TO THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, fLLfNOIS THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1951 LEGAL NOTICES STATE OF ILLINOIS ) )ss. COUNTY OF JEFFERSON) In the County Court Thereof.— Bcrinie Roy Murphy and Delia Ann Murphy, his wife, Petitioners. v.s. Roy Grant Hollenbeck, a minor, Betty June Hollenbeck and "All Whom it May Concern," Defendants. No. 51-22—Petition for Adoption of a Child Named Roy Grant Hollenbeck. The requisite affidavit for publication having been filed, notice is hereby given to you, Roy Grant Hollenbeck, Betty June Hollenbecl^ and "All Whom It May Concern," that on the 18th day of June, 1951, Bennie Roy Murphy and Delia Ann Murphy filed a petition in the office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County, Illinois, for the adoption of a child named Roy Grant Hollenbeck, that summons was duly issued as provided by law returnable on Monday, August 6, 1951, and that said petition is still pending. Now, unless you, -the said defendants, file your answers, or otherwise make your appearance in said cause, held in the County Court House in the City of Mt. Vernon, County of Jefferson, Illinois, on or before Monday, the 6th day of August, 1951, default may be entered against you at any time thereafter and a decree of adoption entered in accordance with the prayer of said petition. ROY H. HOLT, Clerk of the County Court, Jefferson County, Illinois. BLUFORD MAt WARRKN, Cerriipondant •The Village of Woodlawn will hold a meeting July 10, 1951 at 2 p. m. at which time bids will be accepted for 8,000 (eight thousand) gallons road oil. Same to be furnished and spread. Bidding forms may bo had by contacting Village Clerk at Woodlawn, Illinois." WAYNE E. BURNS, Village Clerk. Village of Woodlawn, Jefferson Co. 111. 7-5 Mrs. Opal Swartzlander spent Wednesday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Offenstein and children of St. Joseph, 111., spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Louise Offenstein. Mr. and > Mrs. P. E. Bell and children, Billy and Carolyn, visited Mrs. Chas. Murray of Marion, 111., last Wednesday, en route home from Paducah, Ky. Principal P. E. Power of Webber Township High school, is attending school at Greeley, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Col well have returned from Lexington, Va. They were accompanied home by their son, Don, who has completed his freshman year at V.M.I. Mrs. Joyce Miller and children of St. Louis have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tyler. Mrs. Vera Huff is spending this week end with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Pepple, near Belle Rive. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bell are visiting relatives in Kentucky. Rev. and Mrs. Curtis Williams spent Saturday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. John Curtiss. Harold Tyler of Chicago spent the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tyler. He was accompanied home by his wife and children who have spent the past two weeks here. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Colwell and family visited relatives in Mason City, 111., Wednesday and Thursday. Wednesday night they attended the Cardinal ball game in St. Louis. Sunday guests at the home gf Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lowery were Mrs. Louisa Offenstein, Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Schum and family of Bluford. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Offenstein and children, Robert and Mary Ann, of St. Joseph, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Woodworth and Mrs. Maude Adams attended the funeral of Logan Richardson at Belle Rive Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Baker and children of Benton visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Baker, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Retten- mund of Black Earth, Wis., arriv ed Wednesday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Sammie Friend. Mr. Ret- tenmund and Mr. Friend were overseas buddies in World War II. Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Warren spent the week end in St. Louis visiting her brother, Dr. Pettinger and family. The Youth Fellowship of the Evangelical United Brethren church enjoyed an ice cream party Saturday , night at the home of their leaders, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pepple. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Pepple and children of Rossville, 111., spent the week end here visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanft of New Athens, 111., and other relatives visited in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carroll, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Borsenger and family of Paducah, Ky., and his mother-in-law of Missouri visited his mother, Mrs. Nora Bor senger, last week. . Don Colwell has entered the summer term at U. of I. in Champaign. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stover are the parents of a son born Wednesday morning. Mrs. Ruby Livesay, who has been seriously ill for the past several months, passed away Tuesday night at midnight. Funeral services will be Friday at 2 p.m. at East Hickory Hill, near Bluford. Mrs. Myrtle Smith of Mt. -Vernon has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Maude Adams. Rev, and Mrs. Lessol Hunt are moving to Flora. III. Rev, Laverl Cook of Sumner is coming to take over the Evangelical U. B. work at Bluford. Mrs. Marie McPherson of Evansville is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Russell. Mrs. Russell is a patient at Jefferson Memorial Hospital where she has undergone an operation. Mrs. Loren Osborn and son. Bob Edward, havn returned home after spending the past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ward. Mrs. Tom Clark and daughter, Ronnie, are visiting in Los Angeles, Calif., to attend the wedding of her brother. Ronnie is a flower girl in the wedding party. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Monger of Stockton, Calif., have returned HOME FOR SALE, TRADE OR LONG LEASE-BY OWNER 227 S. 18»h 7 rooms—3 bed rooms, large closet in each room. Carpeted throughout upstairs and down. Hot water heater, stoker, hot water heat, 1% baths. Half way between Field and Jr. High school. Venetian blinds throughout.- Curtains. Ready to move in. New awning on every window. See Troy Hawkins 205 N. 14th ^ WATCH FOR THE GRAND OPENING OF THE NEW SELF-SERVICE PACKAGE LIQUOR STORE 904 Main — Phone 72 North Side of Squore FREE PARKING IN REAR 309 S. 10th HINDMAN Phone 4035 & HENSON Real Estota Brokers Phone3622 HENSON Phone 3149-J New 4 room britk; hardwood floors, nice built-in cabinets, utility room, oil heat, very nice—^west of town. Well located 5 room modem home, basement, stoker, full lot—408 South 19th. 4 room modem, hardwood floor, nice cabinets, well located—only $5800. Terms. • In Centralia—new, two bedroom home, aluminum siding, storm windows, rock wool Insulated, hardwood floors, vnraished cabinets, garbage disposal, 6 closets, near high school. Modem in every respect. New, modern 4 room, cabinets, oil heat on South 15th street 4 room house, east of town, $750 down, balance on contract. 7 room home on south 12th street; corner lot, modem except heat. 6 room modern, 20 acres, food land, all weather road, newly reconditioned, basement, stoker, joins school. A very nice 4 romn bungalow In Opdyke—only $2800. 60 acres, 5 room house, modem except heat, bam, garage, other outbuildings, all in excellent condition; 40 acres hog fenced, some timber, on all weather road. IS acres, 4 room house, bam, all hog fenced, orchard, on all weather road and sCftool bus line, beautiful shady yard, dose in. 20 acres unimproved on all weather road—only $600. 5 acres, good building site, on Fabrfield Road. JULIA RUTHERFORD —REAL ESTATE JOHN R. WOOLSEY> Salesman Phone 400 or 48 1011 Main St. $200 Cash, $28 per month, buys 3 rooms, north part—price $3000. • room modem home in west part—2 baths, basement, suitable for duplex; cottage in rear. Immediate possession. A real buy for quick sale. 41 acre farm, 5 miles east of city, 4 room house, bam, chicken hooae. electricity, telephone—price $3500. $500 cash, balance like rent, buys 4 room all modem bungalow, north part; built-in bath, built-in cabinet, hardwood floors, possession Inly 1—a real buy. Price only $5500. For rent—f room modem fumlshed apartment, 712 Jordan; 2 room modern furnished apartment, 315 south 7th. Phone 400 or 48. JOE P. BOYLE & GEORGE M. COX REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE Horvey Williomson - Don Thomas, Salesmen 1009 Main St. — Phone 3150 New 4 room bungalow, modern except heat, 10 acres of land, t mUes out. i% acres, S room house, close in, all weather road—$1000 down. New 4 room bungalow, modern except heat, attached garage, near 26th street, west Broadway. 5 room modern bungalow, 97 feet hard road frontage, near Summersville school, east hard road—priced reasonable. New 4 room modem bungalow, suburban, city water—$5000. Terms. $750 down and $50 per month, buys two properties on one lot, paved street. Franklin school—$4750. The former Kerley restaurant; equipment only. Priced cheap and on best of terms. See OS for building lots—we have a good variety. 5 rooms, modem, north location—$3500. HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW MAYTAG ? Greoteit ever. Come in today. UNG IMPLEMENT CO. BONNIE, ILLINOIS iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiHHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinuiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH^ WOULD YOU LIKE TO HAVE A I COOL, DRY BASEMENT? 1 We Have for Your Inspection This New Beautiful, Modern Home Some of the outstanding features are two large bedrooms, ample closet space, large kitchen dinette and an attractive living room, with a beautiful picture window. This Home is Exceptionally Well Constructed With Oak hardwood floors, inlaid linoleunn in kitchen and bathroom, large dry basement with a ground floor door. This basement affords a delightful recreational room and can also be utilized for a third bedroom. Located in an Exclusive Neighborhood on a Large Lot A REAL BARGAIN Immediate Occupancy—Call Us Today JAMISON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE AGENCY TELEPHONES: 372 - 373 home after vMsiting her sister, Mrs. Nellie Mountain and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Biggerstaff. and Jim Young and children of McLeansboro visited her sister, Mrs. Mort Green, Tuesday. Mrs. Jim Gibson attended the Tolley funeral in Mt. Vernon on Monday. Miss Mar.iorie Huff of Ottawa, 111., who has spent the past two weeks with her parent.s, Mr. and Mrs. Horshel Pluff, left Wednesday to visit her sister, Mrs. Charles Smith, in Detroit. Bluford Royal Neighbors met Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Linnie Green. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Bell and children spent Tuesday with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Chapman, near Mt. Vernon. First "night horse racing" was held in St. Louis in 1894. Ireland became April IS. 1949. a republic on Hojf of Marion Station for $10,000 By Aiieciatfd Pna WASHINGTON, June 28.—Two applications /or new commercial television stations were filed yesterday with the Communications Commission. The applicants: South Shore Broadcasting Corp., Hammond, Ind., for Channel Number 56. Badger Broadcasting Co., Eau Claire, Wis., for Channel Number 13. George W. Dodds, applied for permission to buy out the half interest of his partner, Hartley L. Grisham in the operation of Station WGGH, Marion, 111., for 510.000. Women are not allowed to serve on juries in 13 states of the Union. HARRY'S SUPER MARKET-SELF SERVICE 1010 NEWBY AVENUE PHONE 2340 Largest Selection Home-Killed Meats in Southern Illinois. BEAT HIGH PRICES BEAT HIGH PRICES Sirloin - Club Good Tender BEEFSTEAK 69c BEEF ROAST 55c BELOW WHOLESALE COST BELOW WHOLESALE COST GOOD TENDER BOILING 00i» BEEF Ib .OfC Below Wholesala Cost Try Our Delicious CUBE STEAKS lb. /7C Fresh ) GROUND #7 ^5 BEEF Ib .Olt^ Good Tender T-BONES ..79c Boneless Rolled Prime Rib 1 BEEF ROAST 69c| French Ground HAMBURGER.. 49c Country Style PORK J SAUSAGE tB29c1 FANCY FRONT OR. STEAK, lb. Out HOME MADE HEAD OA^ CHEESE .... Z7C FRESH 2 HAM ig^< SALAD 'tfC^ Roth's Racorn :SLI. BACON L. 45c With That Black Hawkini Flavor READY TO CAT [Small Leon PICNIC HAMS 49c New York State Aged CHEESE 69c Swift's Tenderoted SMO.HAMS .b57k: WHOLE OR HALF 3 to 4 Lb. Pc. Slab BACON u.. 42k: .Lb. LEAN-TENDER 2 Lb. Box CHEESE 79c' SIIOl'LDER PORK All^ •CHOPS, lb 11 2 1 'HOME KILLED BACK BONES HOME KILLEIi SPARE RIBS ^Fresh Pork .PICNIC or-. HAMS, lb. 09C FKKSH PORK SHANKS, ..19c Fresh Pork HAM Center Cut 50 LB. STAND LARD $8.98 25 LB. STAND LARD $4.49 PORK LOIN rQ' CHOPS, lb. 37C< Fresh 63c' p'o"r^ .B. 39c< Fresh Lean PORK CUTLETS .b 69 c: ^Horry's Home Cured .Hickory Smoked Sll BACON .b 55< Harry's — None Like It Pork Tenderloin SAUSAGE Lb 49c: ^QUARTERS — LBS. ^ COLORED :0 L E 0 (Mdnday Special) 389^; ^Fresh •TONGUES - HEARTS Fresh PORK - HEARTS MELTS • TONGUES UVER u 4lic KIDMEYS u29c; Lbs. • SUNKIST SUNK.ST . LEMOMS 2'" «c ORANGES 2'~49C' MILNOT 'Approx 1 lb. :T 0 MAT 0 ES J. 29c Fresh Golden Bantam CORN 5T2»c: BLISS COFFEE ,jr ^GREEN BEANS 2^"™ 29c Del Monte SPINACH 2 ^°n ^35c: 1 >ARMOUR'S PORK & BEANS,» . can Good Luck Salad :DRESSING ».35 c Planters Peanut SALMON.i^™. 4r ^Fresh Ground :MEAL 5''•29 c 549c: 'CRUSHED PINEAPPLE No. 2 can ^Large Box Brooks DDE 29c CATSUP .25c CRISCO >- A A. A A A. A lb. can BEN E. SMITH Orno* 1744 V. H. QUIGLEY 8AJ.ESMAN 815 Sflnth tnth Rtwt 8 Room duplet, mndcrn except heat; corner lot, paved street. clOM In, west—ca.sy terms, 7 Rooms, ncwl; decorated Inside and out, water system, (arage, t • lots in Waltonville—S5500. 3 Room house, water, electricity, large chicken house, »t ed(fl of town—easy terms. 4 Room new house, insulated rockwool, 3 lots, glassed-in back porch, water in house S4350. Located In Bonnie 5 Rooms, water and iichts. 605 Bell street. Can be bouKht on terms. 4 room new house, modern except heat, west location, good terms. Price S47.'iO—a good buy. 4 room, modern except heat, west location; $600 down—total price, SSOSO. 13 Room apartment house, sll furnished and modern—$7500, low down payment Farma—7, 8, 10. 30. 40, 80, 180, 200 acre. LISTINGS WANTED: FARM and CITT PROPERTT Here Is a bargain. New 4 rooms, painted plaster walls, built-in cabinets, garage—only $3150 for cash deal. $1000 down, balance like rent buys almost new 5 rooms, hardwood floors, built-in kitchen and bath, water heater, plaster walls, west—only $5500. 4 rooms, three outbuildings, 11 lo^s, in Boyd, 111.—$2000. 8 room apartment building, three units, 304 south 17th street —only $5000. Beautiful 6 rooms, ultra modern, garage near completion, 2402 Cherry street. Can finance FHA. Extra nice 50 acre farm, land limed and phosphated, 6 room modern home, 2-car garage, barn, gravel road, good fencing—Tolle road. Nice restaurant on 10th street. Bargain. 5 room modern except heat; garage, 1213 Jones street. New 4 rooms, all modern, close in northwest—only $6650. Business .building, .restaurant fixtures, .filling .station, .living quarters in Woodlawn, III. Priced to sell. Attractive 4 rrtoms, modern except heat—Fairfield road. Very' attractive 7 room ultra modern ranch-style, long living room, hardwood floors, built-in kitchen, lH baths, garbage disposal, den, breezeway, large garage, plot 148x380. Beautiful 5 rooms, modern, g»- rage. No. 2 Shaw's Garden. A. HAROLD WILLIAMS LOGAN C. RICHARDSON "YOUR RELIABLE REAL ESTATE DEALERS- SIS South 10th Street, Room B — Telephone 251-755 SEE US FOR THE FINEST SELECTION OF REAL ESTATE SET. A CITY HOMES |iW -fARMS l ^BUSINESS LEASES ^" £)cy GeXlJ^ XAJ^i ^L 6<XLLfi^ NEW LOCATION TENTH & HARRISON >. Same Phones 62-789 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE 'TREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS" 8 room all modern home; extra large lot, XVi baths, built-in kitchen cabinets, splendid state of repairs inside and out, beautifully decorated, 1 block of Franklin school, and 4 blocks of the public square. A wonderful home for a large family or suitable for renting out rooms, or ideal for a duplex. This fine home can be purchased on attractive terms or owner will exchange for other property. Owner willing to sacrifice. $300 down, balance $25 per month buys 5 room home; modern except heat, full lot, close to Car Company, Wagner Electric and Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Why rent? $500 down, balance like rent buys new 5 room efficiency bungalow; hardwood floors, built-in bath, built-in cabinets, fine location west. A real buy. $500 down, balance like rent buys two new homes, 1 2-room home; 1 3-room home, near Shoe Factory. GRAB this before it is too late. $500 down, balance like rent buys 1119 South 26th street; fu.V lot, 5 room home, modern except heat. $300 down, balance $35 per month buys 5 room efficiency bungalow, modern except heat—fine location west. $1000 down, balance like rent buys 5 room efficiency modern bungalow, hardwood floors, built-in cabinets, built-in bath, stoker heat, paved street, full lot. A wonderful bargain. $1000 down, balance like rent buys new 5 room bungalow, stairway to unfinished upstairs, hardwood floors, built-in cabinets, built- in bath, nice lot. Wonderful location west side. 1500 down, balance like rent buys 5 room efficiency; modehi except heat, new home located on the south hard road, near Bethel school, lot 140x175, 140-ft. frontage on the hard road. Owner leaving, will SACRIFICE. 1500 down, balance like rent buys 5 room efficiency home; Meadowbrook Addition, located in the Sununersville school district.— only $3650. Fine duplex, located on paved street, west part, conslstng of 1 5-room effcicncy, 1 4-rt>om efficiency, all furnished, hardwood floors, electric hot water heater, stoker heat, full basement. Owner will sell. New 5 room efficiency home, 1521 Lamar; hardwood floors, built-in cabinets, electric hot water heater, built-in bath. Owner is willing to sacrifice this fine home for an Immediate sale. t Consult o Reoi Estate Speciolist who knows ond who has hod over twenty years of successful experience. We will make you a CASH OFFER for your home or farm.
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