Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on October 1, 1968 · Page 12
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Mt Vernon, Illinois
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4 -B THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 196S IT'S EASY TO . fr BUYS£LL-REtfr- FOR CLASSIFIED ADS PHONE 242-0117 i GARAGE RUMMAGE SALE — Wednes! day, Oct. 2, 8:30 till ? East 2nd St., | Bluford, across road from United Meth' odlst church. Clothing, dishes, toys, curtains, almost new, Duo-Trem Natural ' Gas Heater, 40,000 BTU $40.00. Not res- ' ponslble for accidents. 10-1 I ''MCA FUND RAISING SALE. Place: 1 YMCA, Oct. 5th, 7 a.m. to S p.m. Glv- ] en by the Spinning Tops. All proceeds ' donated to YMCA. Anyone wishing to > donate and item, bring to YMCA Friday Oct. 4. 10-2 CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE IN BY 9:00 A.M. TO GUARANTEE PUBLICATION SAME DAY -ROOMS 1_ MALE and FEMALE WANTED — Saleslady, with sewing ability, interested in fabrics and draperies. Write Box C-113 "•=. Register-News, giving resume. 10-2 DISTRICT MANAGER WANTED Executive position to supervise Liberty Gasoline service stations. Applicant should have college background, business management experience. Must be able to work well with people and eager to be with progressive Company. Salary S10M per year. Some travel with expenses paid and car allowance. Many liberal benefits. Apply to: Personnel Mgr.. Liberty Petroleum Co., Inc., 811 Broadway, Mt. Vernon, III. 618/242-4023. 10-7 RETAIL SALESMAN WANTED — Immediate opening for aggressive man. Salary plus commission. The Singer Co.. 726 Plaza Lane. 10-4 LARGE, paneled sleeping room with private bath and 2 walk-in closets. Ideal for college students, ladies only. Call 244-3518 after 4 p.m. tf FO »T RENT rooms. TV ing. 242-4018. i WHEAT — Monon and Ben Hur, excellent quality, recleaned SI.50 and SI.70 bushel. M. Bernard Grain Co. 4 miles east Bonnie. Phone 242-0477. 10-15 SELF PROPELLED John Deere 45, bean and corn head, good condition. 734-2576. 10-2 — wtco crean sleeping In lobby, off street park- 425 N. 9th. tf 8—RENT MISCELLANEOUS 12—FRUITS & VEGETABLES TOMATOES, lowest published price now. i Onions, sweet potatoes, October turnips, I late October. Craig, 1305 Forest. 10-21 12-C—APPLES 14-A—FARM SUPPLIES , ATTENTION F. AMEM — Neeo some- I thing? Try us. We might have it. Shelton's Farm Supply Co. 625-2421 Ses, ser. If I 15—LIVESTOCK GARAGE also large FOR RENT view Mobile Street. Phone l'r block from high school; storage building. - Trailer spaces in Park- Home Park, 1200 So. 28th 244-3136. 10-7 APPLES — Large No. 1 Johnathan $2.50 a bushel and Golden Delicious S2.00 a bushel, you pick from low trees; drop 242-2671. I apples $1.50 a bushel, or already picked 10 -4 . t at packing house. Lacey's Orchard, 3 I miles north of Woodlawn. tl FOR RENT — Lot for trailer. storage 7th. building. Inquire at HAWKINS ORCHARD - Cider made ! fresh daily. Picking apples in season. Phone 266-7756, Dix, III. tf with j _ FOR SALE — Duroc & Hampshire cross boar and gilts; Massey Harris 2 row self propelled corn picker; V/i ton Chevy truck with grain bed. 242-2234 after 5 p.m. 10-4 FOR SALE — 4-H Blue Ribbon winner Hereford cow with calf—heifer, 18 months. Phone 242-1987. 10-2 224 N. 10-7 FOR RENT — 2 lots equipped for trailer space. Phone 244-1121. 10-2 APPLES YOU PICK S2.50 a bushel. Red Gold, red and yellow Delicious. Holt's Orchard, 4 miles east and 1 mile north of Junction 37 and 161. Phone 534-6197. Closed Sr-turdays. tf FOR SALE — feeder calves. 732-8486. 16 head, good Jim Gibson, quality, Bluford. 10-5 WANTED TO BUY — Pigs for cornfield. Call 755-4410. Burrell G. Minor. 10-12 CALL US for free estimate to cool-seal your Mobilehome roof. All mobilehome roofs should be sealed once a year. Stewart Mobilehomes 242-0982. 10-7 TRASH and brush hauling. 244-2004. Call after 4. Ralph Isom 10-5 CUSTOM BUTCHERING State Inspected. hone 895-2134 for appointment. Clark's Locker, Wayne City. tf RETIRED or semi-retired man to sell popular priced oil products to service stations. Write John Trenholn or call 618-254-0168 Fox Oil Co., Woodriver, III. 10-7 AUTUMN SPECIALS on Warm Morning Gas Heaters installed with lease on 500 gallon propane tanks dt Kamper Skelgas, 826 Main, Phone 244-0916. 11-8 install : KAMPER Skelgas lease and install 500 , I gallon propane tanks and assure you of ; 534-6169. I "Red Cap Skelgas Service". Phone 244- j COLD ODER ' 0916 or inquire at 826 Main. 11-3 j APPLES i | Golden Delicious, Red Delicious, Grimes ' j and Jonathans, all grades. Open every i day. Closed at 7 p.m. MYERS ORCHARD, j i West of Route 37 at Kell Road. Phone I ft 16—PETS and SUPPLIES FOR SALE — Beautiful female sable and white Collie; 2 years old, loves children, leaving town. Phone 244-1617 after 4 p.m. 10-2 UGLY TREE TRUNKS IN YARD? Have them ground out bv machine. No mess. Phone 244-2746. tf STA^FTT HEALTH CLUB Newly remodeled and decorated. Now Open. Latest exercise equipment, steam bath plus X-er-tron. Dial 242-5327 for appointment. 10-2 BRTCKLAYING — by experienced and qualified bricklayer. By the hour or |ob. No lob too small. References. Bud Burton, phone 244-0313. tf HAND Saws am- Power saw blades filed; also tools ground. Walter Voelker, Benton Road. tf 9th ANNUAL FEEDER CALF AND STEER SALE — We will have our second 1968 Fall Special, Wednesday, October 2. Will have 1,200 to 1,400 Calves and Yearlings. All local cattle and sold on out weights. DAMERON LIVESTOCK AUCTION. Sale Every Wednesday. Vienna, III. Phone 658-2631 658-2803. 10-1 ALCOHOLISM IS A DISEASE. "If you want to drinl:, that's your business, if you want to stop, that's our business." Write Alcoholics Anonymous, Mt. Vernon Group, P. O. Box 284, Mt. Vernon, Illinois. tf WOLVERINE Logger and outdoor boots. Boots, work shoes Gene Cox Western Wear and TROPHY sales, 1411 S. 10th, tf IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Johnnie N. Keller who passed away Oct. 1,' 1964. Sadly missed by his daughters, JOHNETTA SMART, MARY LOU KIRK and SHIRLEY RAINEY. WANTED — Men free to travel to paint i elevated tanks. Call or see Mr. York , or Mr. Wiggins at Benton Motel, Benton, | III. tonight. 10-2 j IMMEDIATE Opening in Mt. Vernon. 4 ' men full-time or part-time. Above av- I erage earnings. Contact Mr. Pennington ' 244-1744. 10-4 : FOR SALE APPLES | Orchard 'j mile north of I 266-7827. Closed Sundays. McBride Poodle puppies. Dix. Phone tf A.K.C. Registered 244-3816. FOR SALE -- Rabbit dog. 1116 S. 9—SALE MISCELLANEOUS WANTED STUDENTS INTERESTED IN A $3.00 SAVING ON UNIVERSITY APPROVED STUDY LAMP. EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR BETTER GRADES AND BETTER LIGHT. SEE ORA OWENS AT ILLINOIS POWER. 10-5 WANTED See Mrs. 4 p.m. - Maids, Hotel Carlton between Emmerson. 8 a.m. and 10-1 WANTED — Male assistant bookkeeper. Apply in person East Side Lumber Co. 408 Main. 10-4 1 Grandmother Elgin clock $300.00; 1 Vienna wall clock 5100.00; 1 Seth Thomas S50.00; 1 Acrosonic Baldwin piano S450.00. 308 Opdyke, City. 10-2 SEVERAL Rolls of upholstering material values to S6.00 a yard, now only 75c- S1.50 a yard. Limited supply. Buy now. Dean's Trim Shop, 1701 S. 10th, Mt. Vernon. 10-4 13—AU TOMOTIVES FOR SALE — Volkswagen, good condi tion S300.00; also 1966 Sears 106 Motor- I 1299. cycle 125.00. Phone 242-0271. 10-2 FOR SALE — 1963 Rambler 770 Station ; Wagon, 6 cylinder, overdrive, good | condition. 718 S. 17th. Phone 242-6109 after 3 p.m. 10-2 I Call 10-4 23rd. 10-2 FOR SALE — AKC registered German Shepherd puppies. Call 548-3070 or 54810-1 WANTED - ~ ~ pets, no 242-3978. • Good home for kittens, ideal charge. Phone 242-1310 or tf HELP WANTED — Salesman. The Singer Co. Park Plaza. 10 -4 APPLE PICKERS Wanted. Good wages. MYERS ORCHARD west of Rt. 37 at Kell Road. Phone 534-6169. 10-1 FOR SALE — Honey. 2 mlies north of Sesser on Route 148. Phone 625-4364. Kirley Rogers. 10-3 17" PHILCO TV, wonderful - picture, black and white S40.00; German made chime clock, walnut cabinet S100.00. Mrs. Ed Curtis 242-0675. 10-1 Contact 10-2 BEGINNERS Sewing Classes. Singer Sewing Center. 244-1262. COMMISSION SALEMAN — Due to our growth we are adding people to our arganization who like to sell. Excellent earning potential. Good company benefits. Vacation, holidays, 5_„day work week. Apply Montgomery Ward, Park Plaza, Mt. Vernon. Phone 242-6540. tf WANTED — Kitchen helper, ply in person L & N Cafe, Please ap- 1500 Main. tf I NEW SHIPMENT | Bonded blends, brushed nylon, a variety , of colors, Koroatorn wash and wear, I wool double knit, dacron knit, woolens in plaids, tweeds and solid colors, quilted robe material by the pound, new trims, zippers 15c and 35c. Johnnie's Remnant Shop, 1029 Old Airport Rd. 10-3 Phone 10-1 CLEAN 1960 OLDSMOBILE 4 dr., full | power, air conditioned S250.OO. Phone ; 242-5043. 10 -4 I 1959 CADILLAC 2 dr. hardtop, full power, beautiful inside and out, excellent condition, like new S725.00. Phone 5321763. 10-4 IRISH SETTERS, Dachshunds, Wires, Poodles, Australian Terriers, Miniature Schnauzers, Beagles. Jeri-Elen Kennel's 242-0880. tf 19—REAL~ESTATE POWER MOWERS, roto tillers repaired, crank shafts straightened after 3 p.m. and Saturdays. Clyde Hicks, 1909 Lamar. 242-4016. tf CONCRETF WORK - Basements, floors, patios, driveways, walks, etc. Free estl- mat- Call John Yearwood :44-C539 or Walt-r Yearwood 244-1652. tf 21-A—RUG CLEANING RUG CLEANING DURACLEAN, the safe, sure, 'flower fresh' way to clean CARPET & FURNITURE in your home. Free estimate. Phone 242-1814. 10-23 TACK DOWN carpeting, upholstered furniture, modern equipment. Nu-Way Cleaners. Dial 244-0075, 18th and Perkins, tf FOR SALE — 1961 straight shift, new S300.00. Call 242-4529, Four-door tires and 244-1700. Corvair, battery, 10-1 FOR SALE — 1962 Olds 98, reconditioned 394 engine, 4-barrel, automatic, new battery, S950.00., good condition. 244-1597 after 5:30 p.m. 10-3 9 acres with modern home, North. New 3 bedroom home w'w carpeting, built-in stove, S16,000. Summersvllle. Good 2 bedroom home, basement, West. Well improved 2 bedroom home, hardwood floors, storm windows, insulated garage, 1108 Gilbert. TACK DOWN carpeTfn9, uptiotsrored furniture, modern equipment. Nu-Way Cleaners. Dial 244 -0075, 18th and Perkins, tf EXPERT CLEANERS or rugs, w/w carpets, upholstered furniture, floors. Latest moaern equipment. Jack's Home Cleaning Service. 242-2241. tt Furnace Cleaning FOR SALE — 242-4435 after 1948 Willy's 7 p.m. Jeep. . Farms Call 10-5 FOR SALE — Clean 1960 Oldsmobile 88, 4 door, power steering, automatic trans., radio, S250 cash or would consider trade-in. Phone 244-1524. 10-3 Ramsey Realty 704 Main — 242-3212 FOR SALE — Chinese Chestnuts 242-0641, 1512 Salem Rd. UP HOLSTERYTVELV ETS _ just"arrived; also we have changed our store hours NEEDED A secretary, ^xpertenced in i to l p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Renshaws, 310 S. typing, shorthand and office work. Re- I 12th. - 10-3 ply to Box C-1702 % Register-News, tf i s,V";7^ 7,— —r~.—— z. ! FOR SALE — 1969 self contained Bonanza travel trailer, pulled 400 miles, sleeps 6. Must sell. Dial 244-2110. tf 1964 VOLKSWAGEN — ment and take over 23rd. Small down pay- payments. 1116 S. . 10-2 10-7 FOR SALE — 3 bedroom home; choice location north part. Phone 244-3795. tf FURNACE CLEANING and servicing. Coal, oil and gas. Reasonable. George H. Bryant. Call 242-5144 or 242-5073. 10-9 FURNACE CLEAN I NO — Have your entire heating system cieaned with modern machine. Coal, oil, gas. Phone 242-5857. Wilburn Hauk. tf 1-A—SITUATION WANTED WANTED — Permanent iob in Mt. Vernon by college graduate with 10 years experience In loan and finance. Write Box C-215 % Register-News. 10-4 1-B—BUSINESS OPPOR.~ LAUNDROMAT AND DIAPER SERVICE. Fast growing town 65 miles east of St. Louis. Owner will furnish complete financing. For qualified buyer. Write Box C-176 % Register-News. Will sell separately. 10-1' FOR SALE — Complete body shop equipment. See Charles Densmore, Wayne City 895-2142 or 242-5279. tf 2—WANTED TO BUY 10' or Walnut 10-2 I CHRISTMAS CARDS, SI .00 a box and up, I imprinted with your name at no extra I charge. MYERS THE PRINTER, College at 17th St. 10-17 FOR SALE — Phone 244-1121. 57 Ford station wagon. 10-2 FOR SALE OR TRADE — 1966 Mustang fastback, 289 H.P. engine, 4 speed transmission, good condition. 1018 S. 23rd. 10-1 Good Used Car Broadway. H FOR A Better Deal on e see Moore Motors 41* REDUCE Safe and Fast with GoBese tablets & E-Vap "water pills". Blade Walgreen Drug. 11-14 WANTED — Good meat case, longer. Call Lance Grocery, Hill, III. 532-8029 before 5 p.m. WANTED TO BUY — Lot or old house to park nice house trailer. Write Box C-1930 % Register-News giving price and location. tf WANTED — chest type. Small freezer, upright or Call 244-0823 or 242-5500. 10-1 INSIDE and outside doors, louvre doors 1 2" sheetrock 4x8 sheets $1.25; plywood paneling, H" particle board 4x8 $2 .99; 'V 3x10 asphalt fibre sheets 8c sq. ft.; 1 Philco electric stove, beds, bed rails, coffee tables, chests, boys and girls leans, peaches, soap, cereals, and etc. Kell Salvage, Kell, III. 534-4233. tf FRESH EGGS delivered every Thursday. 522 N. 5th St. Phone 244-2281. tf FOR SALE - 1963 Chevrolet station wagon, air conditioned with sleeper camper mounted on top. S1250, S200 down S48.71 per month. Stewart Mobile Homes | 242-0982. tf FOR SALE BY OWNER — Beautiful 3- bedroom home, 2 baths, large living room, family room, fireplace, built-in kitchen, patio, lovely landscaped yard. Lincoln School District, reasonably priced. Phone home—244-1649 or Office— 242-3770. 10-5 OWNER MUST SELL. Leaving - State". Come see, make offer. 3 bedrooms, ample closet space, carpeted dining room, kitchen with disposal, breezeway can be used as 4th bedroom, large utility room, enclosed garage, gas heat, good location, west on corner lot. Phone 244-1607 days— 242-6044 after 5. 10-1 21-B—AUTO_PARTS & SERV AUTO TUNE UP, minor repair, mufflers, pipes, etc., motorcycle repair and storage. Phone 244-0538. 10-12 BAYTERIES — Used 6 V. S4JW exchange, i2 V. $6.95 exchange. Guaranteed 12 months. Stan The Tire Man. Dial 2426400. W 13-A—HO'JSE TRAILERS OLD PAPERS 10c Bundle. Business Office. Register-News tf TOR SALE - Largest stock of carpet and rugs in Southern Illinois. Karpet (Corner, 12th and Jordan. tf BE SURE — Insure with the Golden Rule Hospital Plan. Louis Fltts, Box 544, Mt. Vernon, 242-0668. tf WANTED TO BUY any size. Franks Bell St. - Gas space heaters Furniture, 12th and 10-15 WANTED TO BUY — Dairy Heifers and feeder calves. Raymond Lipe, Nokomis, III. Phone 217-563-2003. tf WANTED TO BUY — Large late model house trailer, also houses needing repair, also small or large acreage. Knox Construction a. Real Estate Co. 242-4985. I H , WANTED TO BUY - Feeder pigs 35 j lb. up. Kelly Hawkins, Kell, III. 5346237. « J WANTED TO BUY from owner. 50 to 100 acres of farm land. Phone 242-0042. tt PARTS for all elecrrle shavers. 24 hour service. Most models. Clark Jewelers, 110 North Ninth. tf FOR SALE—No hunting, no trespassing, for rent, for sale, apartment (or rent signs. Register-News office. tf FOR SALE — 1966 Richardson trailer, 12x60 on large fenced lot, carport, work shop. Small amount down and take over payments. 244-2349. 10-3 FOR SALE — 3 bedroom, 2 baths, paneled family room with fireplace, built- in kitchen, fenced in yard. No. 18 N. Highland East. 242-0135. 10-2 FOR SALE — 10'x50' lot. Phone 242-1080. House Trailer and 10-5 ST. CLAIR MOBIl E HOMYSALES"""- 60x12 3-bedroom Elcona, carpet and pad in living room, gas heat, gas water heater, front door, back door, door out of kitchen, bank finances. Cf be seen at St. Clair Mobile Home in Salem. Route 37 South. tf 9-A—HEATING & PLUMBING MOBILEHOME Gas Furnaces, fast installation, parts and service. Gas and electric water heaters. Stewart Mobile- homes 242-0982. MOBILEHOME locks, heat tapes, roof coating, water heater elements, sewer fittings, water lines, electric boxes. Stewart Mobilehomes. Direct factor/ authorized dealer for Vindale, Ritz-Craft, Richardson, New Moon and other fine homes. Our low, low overhead prices i will save you money. 3 miles north Route 37. Stewart Mobilehomes 242-0982. 10-7 FOUR UNIT Apartment building, four rooms and bath each. Will furnish $1,000.00 in materials for repairs. Payment can be completely from rent income. Phone 242-4893. tf FOR SALE — 40 acres in Spring Gardens in Sec. 24, formerly owned by Joe Hite and also Gale Knox. Best offer; also 12 acres in Sec. 33 in Mt. Vernon township. N.W. corner of Sec. 33 in back of Stove Foundry, for best offer. Write George Holthusen, 121 Collins St., Jollet, Illinois. 10-3 i FOR SALE on 150'xl75' lease. Phone 21-E—RADIO & TV SERVICE T.V. SERVtCEr — conscientious, work guaranteed. One of the oldest In town. Burgins, 8th St. and Tolls Road. Dial 242-2323. rt 22—LOST LOST — around 2180. Electronic Rend Lake slide rule in or College. Call 75610-2 - 32'x80' Steel warehouse lot. Would consider long 242-1002. It MOBILEHOME OWNERS Insurance. New coverages, no increase in rates. Fast, fair nationwide claim service. Stewart Mobilehomes, 3 miles north Route 37. 242-0982. 10-7 WANTED—To buy used propane tanks. Phone 242-4359. Harpers Propane Ser vice, Salem Road. tf 4—WANTbD~MISCEL. WANTED — Painting and decorating, inside and out. Phone 266-7257. 10-7 SEWING WANTED — NevTclothes made. 712 Airport Road. Phone 242-0665. 10-4 Phone 10-5 9-B—APPLIANCES VACUUM CLEANERS — CLECTROLUX —Newest carpet attachment with rotating brush. Rug washers, floor polisn- ers. Sales and Service. Sterling Dodson, 242 -6137 tt Mobile Home Parts Store Coleman - International - Duo Therm 10-7 j and Pre way Furnace parts. Large selection of Mobile Home and Travel Trailer parts and accessories. Parts Store open— 8 a.m. till 5 p.m. weekdays; Saturday's— 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. Located next to Edwards Trailer Sales, 2V? miles north on State Route 37, Marion, Illinois. 10-1 ! 3 BEDROOM home, 9 acres, separate business building, city water, 2 miles south of Dix. Call owner 314-527-9411. 10-12 19-A—FARMS FOR SALE Farm or Farmland 40 acres, southeast of Kell, Illinois, on improved road, near Divide, ideal for farmland development, with one half mineral interest. Telephone 532-5643 or write Box 428, Centralia, Illinois. Ask for Elmer Gherardini. Priced on inquiry, tf LOST — Black cat wearing red collar in Summersvllle area. Answers to name "Midnight". Call 242-3029 if found. 10-2 LOST — Eyeglass case, containing money in vicinity of Ross, Drug Store. Reward. Phone 242-1549 — 244-1087. 10-2 LOST — Small over the ear hearing aid. Vicinity of Dr's .Park. Reward. 485-6642 or 485-6497. 10-7 LOST — Black and white female Boston Bull dog, vicinity of 4th and Casey. Tag No. 491. Reward. Call 244-2246. 10-1 LOST — Young cat. Black with brown, white and tan markings, yellow collar with bells, childrens pet. Reward. 2425420. 10-1 23—FOUND REWARD AN V STUDENT FINDING STUDY RIGHT LAMP AT ILLINOIS POWER BEFORE OCTOBER 9 WILL RECEIVE S3.00 REWARD, PLUS THE BEST IN LIGHTING FOR BETTER GRADES. 10-5 Farm News By DON KENDALL AI' Farm Writer WASHINGTON (AP) — The govprn'Tiort's jndcx of prices pairl ti farmers for (heir products jumped six points last month, but another rise is operating costs dampened the increase. The Agriculture Department's monthly report on farm prices issued Monday showed that the index of prices farmers received rose to ^67 per cent of its 1510-14 base period curing the month ended Sept. 15 The increase was due largely to strong seasonal gains in egg and rrrlk prices, but was par!sally offset by lower priqes for cattle, soybeans and chickens. The mid-September price index of 267 compared with 261 in August. 2;V3 a year earlier and the record of ?13 in February .1951. The index of p-ices fanners pay for goods and services rose two points to p. record 356 per cent at mid-September, compared with 35^ in August and the previous high of 355 in July. Farm piices received as a ivlirle reflected 75 per cent of farm programs, up from 72 per cem in August an .i a year earlier. The adjusted parity ir.dex, which includes goverrment pay- moi's to farmers, was 81. per cent, compared with 79 a month earlier and in .September last yea.;. Egg prices at mid-September averaged 42.7 vents a dozen, up from Au;rust—or a 25 ?ain, the department average increase from September is lour per POLLY'S POINTERS Keeping As A High and Dry Sports Spectator By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY — My Pointer is for use during either the baseball or football season. When going to a game and there seems to be a chance of a shower, take a plastic drop cloth with you. This will keep 10 to 12 people dry and obstruct no one's view. —MIKE DEAR POLLY — My bedroom walls look so blank and empty and our landlord does not allow any pictures to be put up with nails. Tape also leaves marks. Is there any way I can decorate my walls without leaving marks and having a disturbance when they are taken down? —JERESA DEAR POLLY — I want to tell Hazel how to keep the chain handles on her purse from leaving black marks on her clothing. I have found that putting a coat or two of clear fingernail polish on the chain will eliminate this but an occasional touch-up is needed. —ROSY DEAR POLLY — My Pointer is for Hazel, whose purse chain leaves black marks. I used to paint mine with clear nail polish but now I lay the purse on a table that is covered with paper, cover the purse itself with paper towels, then spray the chain handle with decorator's clear spray which keeps the handles shiny and bright. —PAM DEAR POLLY — Clear plastic fishing line is excellent for sewing braided rugs together. It does not break or wear out and the rug even seems to last much longer. A cute bib can be quickly fashioned for baby, when on a trip, from a double sheet of paper toweling. Round the corners, cut a neck hole and close with cellophane tape or just a safety pin. —M. J. You will receive a dollar if Polly uses your favorite homemaking idea, Polly's Problem or solution to a problem. Write to Polly in care of this newspaper. Homemakers unite! There are dozens of timesavers contributed by ingenious girls like you in Polly's new book. To get it, send name, address with zip code and 75 cents (in coins or check) to POLLY'S HOMEMAKING POINTERS, (name paper), P. O. Box 4958, Chicago, 111. 60680. GOOD DRIVERS are GOOD CITIZENS AUTHORIZED- MAYTAG tlie (leppitrJahle automatics SALES — SERVICE — PARTS — FEflTHERSTU ED S.6 cents per c 'it said. The AUL'USI to cent. Pries farmers receive for bottling milk averaged S5.93 a hundredweight at. mid-September, 21 cents higher than for August and 26 cents more than a year cuiier. Milk used !or manufacturing averaged !j^.30 a hun- dredweigm, 12 certs more than in August and 24 cents more thar a year earlier SERVICE PROBLEMS? Call Wards For Expert Service On All Your Ward! Appliances. Use Your Charge Account, MONTGOMERY WARD REPAIR SERVICE Phone 242-6540 Ext. 40 PUBLIC AUCTION Sot., Oct. 5th STARTING 1:30 P.M. Southeast Corner Of Belle Rive, 111. REAL ESTATE or about 4'/ 2 acres with room house, closed in porch, chicken house, house and other buikl- The real estate will be at 3 p.m. 20% down day 24 lots nice 4 back smoke intjs. sold is ARTHRITIS? If you are suffering from pain, soreness or stiffness caused by Arthritis, Neuritis or Rheumatism, I think 1 can help. Write me for free information. KAYE SMITH 2301 Terry Road GZ Jackson, Mississippi 39204 of sale, balance when deed brought up to satisfaction. HOUSEHOLD 3 piece bedroom suite, 1 metal bed, 2 wardrobes, dresser, side board, lamps, old phonograph, battery radio, plays* good; 2 coal stoves, 1 is small Warm Morning; 1 small curio cabinet, 1 5 legged table, 2 kitchen cabinets, very nice, 1 kitchen range, wood or coal; library table, night stand, 5 rockers, 1 wood medicine cabinet, odd chairs, corn grinder, grindstone, sausage mill, lots of hand tools, log chains etc., 1 D44 McCulloch chain saw with new chain sprockett. Terms—CASH Responsible For Accidents Owner ALFRED ORRICK Auctioneer Col. GEORGE WHITE Dahlgren, 111.—Ph. 786-23« and Not FOR SALE - 112 acre farm on Kell Road with 8 room house. Wood paneled, carpeted, fireplace, basement, gas furnace, city water and natural gas, two big new barns, two grainerles, three car garage. Call 534-©2i4 or 534-6233. tf 13-B—TRUCKS WANTED — 242-0947. Custom combining. WANTED — Custom soybean cutting and corn shelling. Kemp Brothers, Belle Rive 756-2360 or 756-2377. 10-25 WANTED — Painting, decorating and carpenter work. Phone 244-U64. tt 9-C—BOATS ond MOTORS FOR SALE — Johnson Outboard Motors —3 h.p., S149.75; 5 h.p., $199.75; 9' 2 hp., S349.75; one used 6 h.p., $219.75; Quchita aluminum ion boats 12', $79.50 and up. Big savings all models. BUY NOW and save at OUR NEW LOCATION, 819 Jordan Street. Honda of Mt. Vernon. Tel. 242-6080 — 1-548-3480. 10-14 LOOK! A new 7' 2 H.P. Mercury outboard for pennies more than competitive 6 H.P. Large selection of used fishing motors and Jon Boats. Save now on year end clearance of new motors, boats, and accessories. See Lakeside Boat and Motors before you buy. Benton Road, open evenings. 242-2»)0. 10-1 i F0R 1950 GMC '-2 ton pickup, good tires, runs good $225 . 802 Airport Rd. Phone 2423825 after 4 p.m. 10-2 FOR SALE — 1964 Ford pick-up, long wheel base. See Leslie Lewis 2 milt, north of Waltonville. Phone 279-5795. 10-4 FOR SALE — 1950 KB-3 IHC truck chassis, no bed; two gasoline safety side tanks; one wagon with hydraulic hoist. Gene Winemiller, Whittington. tf I SERVICES 20—SERVICES MISCEL. CUSTOM COMBINING- Phone 732-8452. 13-C—MOTORCYCLES FOR SALE — 1966 Harley-Oavidson motorcycle, sporter model. Can be seen at 1420 South 13th. James Erwin. 10-4 WANTED - Good Good mousers, no 1310. home charge for kittens. Phone 242- tf 9-E—TV and RADIO ALTERATIONS AND TAILORING men and women. 242-470/. for ft FOR SALE — Extra television, black and St., City. FOR RENT 5—APARTMENTS FIVE ROOM unfurnished duplex apartment, 709 : 3 Salem Rd. $70.00 per month. Day phone 244-0500. 10-2 5 ROOM unfurnished upstairs apt., nice. Inquire at 405 N. 16th. 10-2 FURNISHED 3 room cottage apartment, couple or ladies, no pets, off street parking, water paid. 425 N. 9th. 242-4018. tf good 23 in. Philco v/hite. 912 S. 17th 10-2 FOR SALE - T.v orrrenno wwe.s, new various makes, models. Burgln's Radio and T. v., 8th and Toile Road. Dial 2422323. n 1 CV-HOlJSEl^OLD^GbODS FOR SALE chairs. Phone FOR SALE — 2 PC living room good condition. Phone 242-6274. FOR SALE — Siegler fuel oil heater with large oil tank; also dining room table 10-1 Dinette Set, 242-4717. table and 6 10-2 suite, 10-1 oil tank and 6 chairs. 755-4838 10-A—SEWING MACHINES FOR RENT — New unfurnished apartments, adults, all utilities paid. Permanent residents $125.00 per month. Hotel Emmerson. See Mrs. Carlton be tween 8 and 4 p.m. tf 1 JUST OUT of High School—4 Singer ' i heavy duty console cabinet machines, | SALE — I25cc Honda Scrambler motorcycle, candy apple red and chrome, 843 actual miles. Must be seen to realize good value. Phone 242-1310. 10-8 14—FARM EQUIPMENT MUST SELL This Week. No reasonable i LAWN offer refused. Allis 72 combine, low acreage, always shedded, like new; Massey Ferguson self-propelled 35, cut very ] few acres, looks and is like new. Inspection invited. Broyles Implement Co. I0-4 3 GLEANER E's 10 or 12 ft. $2,750.00; j JD 45-10 ft., good $650.00 with corn- head $795.00; cornheads; Gleaner E, A, C. IHC No. 25 for 91 or 93, real good i $500.00; JD No. 205 $595.00; cornpickers; New Idea Pull No. 311 and No. 300, good; Farmall M with mounted Ford picker, good $1,000.00; AC Round Baler $475.00. Davis Imp. Co., Mattoon. 10-4 Bluford District. 10-3 WASHER 8.' DRYER REPAIR j Air conditioners cleaned and stored until i spring. Phone 244-0538. 10-29 j GUN] BLUING! 1 We use a "hot blue" solution to give I your gun a like-new finish. We do complete gun rebuilding, repairing, reflnish- ! ing. Fully trained in a gunsmith school. Free estimates on all jobs. Shop open ! Tuesdays and Wednesdays and every 1 night. KENSHALO GUN SHOP, Daniel E. Kenshalo, phone 842-9268, 306 W. ; Douglas, Fairfield, III. 10-1 1 ROOFING, all types and repairs, emergency service, free estimates, no obligation. R. R. 4, Mt. Vernon. 244-1907. : Midwest Roofing. tf MOWER grinding, motors repaired. Hand SAWS filed. KEYS made, locks repaired. A. S. Hodge, 811 South 18th Street. tf i COA~L~~AND ROCK 1 2340 or 244-2597. Hauling. Phone 244- > ">- 22 I towels, pillow CONCRETE SEPTIC TANK for sale In- 1 responsible for stalled. Backhoe work and trenching. Phone 244-2745. ., 24—RUMMAGE SALE BACK YARD RUMMAGE SALE — Wednesday, Oct. 2, 9:30 till 3:00. Mo. 3 Beverly Heights. 10-1 RUMMAGE SALE — Thursday, Oct. 3, 819 N. 10th between Park Ave. and Oakland. 10 a.m.-4 p m. Childrens and ladies clothing sizes 12-22 "3, misc. Not responsible for accidents. 10-2 RUMMAGE - SALE — OctTX 7 a.m. at First Baptist Church, Briarwood and Salem Rd. Clothing, all sizes, dishes, toys, and misc. items. 10-4 4 VAMILY RUMMAGE - SALE - — Men", women and childrens clothing all sizes, furniture and household items. 10 a.m. till 5 p.m. 222 N. 8th, Tuesday and Wednesday. 10-1 RUMMAGE SALE — "3 ~Families - ' in garage 2403 Forest. Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 1 and 2. 8:30 till 5 p.m. i Adults and childrens clothing, drapes, 1 odds and ends, lot of games. Everyone ; welcome. Not responsible for accidents. ! 10-1 1 RUMMAGE SALE — Wednesday, Oct. , 2nd, 1108 So. 26th, 9:30 a.m. Clothes , for entire family, misc. Items, typewriter. Not responsible for accidents. 10-1 , DIVAN, chair, tables, lamps, mens suits, slacks, sport coats, ladies and chil- , drens misc. clothing. Wednesday, Oct. 2, 9-5 at 2716 Logan. 10-1 RUMMAGE SALE - — 313 Pine - Drive, Country Heights, Wednesday, Oct. 2, 8-4. Clothing and misc. Not responsible for accidents. 10-1 WEDNESDAY; Park Ave. Oct. 2, 9:00 a.m. Handmade aprons tops, dishes, misc. accidents. SPECIAL SEED PRICE RED TOP —25 TIMOTHY — 16 FESQUE — 15 and 18 All other small seeds at reduced prices if taken now. All State tested. R. E. BURKETT 9 Miles North of Keenes Phone 898-2380 How to help your boy on collection day! When your carrierboy comes to collect, please make sure you're ready. With the right change, if possible. He'll appreciate it with • broad smile and a "Thank you". You see, because he is in business for himself, your newspaperboy depends on the full collection of his route for his full profit Repeat calls mean extra work with no extra profit. Sc—give the boy a break. And thinks! i. — ^ — J PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5th 10:30 A.M. AT 1513 N. 17th ST. DIRECTLY BEHIND KING CITY MOTEL ON HWY. 37 Mt. Vernon, Illinois Building Material 40-Ton Limestone for building, large quantity of assorted Fire Brick, Norman Brick, 150 Screeh Block, some Bedford Indiana Limestone, 2" Bullnose Block, over 800 Used Brick. A very large quantity of 8", 10", 12" Concrete Waylite Blocks. If you're thinking of building or in the business. Don 't miss this Sale. Owner BACKES ESTATE Terms: Cash — Not Responsible For Accidents Auctioneer: COL. GEORGE WHITE Dahlgren, 111. A ROOM Nicely furnished Apt., newly decorated and carpeted. Adults. Heat and water furnished. No pels. Close in Phone 242-234<. 11 . rpal bargains. See them at 1720 Broad' ! way or call McCraw at 242-4328. 10-3 . BEGINNER SEWING^CLASSES ."Contact I Singer Sewing Center 244-1262. 10-2 CUSTOM COMBINING- Phone 732-8452. 10-B—MUSIC FURNISHED real nice 2 bedroom apartment, paneled, w/w carpel, Orapes, utilities furnished, no pets, 12th, Waltonville Road. 242-5581. 10-1 6—HOMES FOR RENT - Ished house sired 244-0636. Extra nice 4 With carport. room furn- Adults de- 10-2 FOR RENT - Nice 4 room modern house, nice residential, near school, NE part of Mt. Vernon $100.00 a month. 242-4985. If 4 room house, 4 acres, miles west Route 460. if FOR RENT reasonable. 2 242-4785. FOR RENT — Modern 2 bedroom furnished house with garage. Couple desired. Phone 242-4385. 10-1 FOR RENT — « room modern house east part of Mt. Vernon, near Franklin School. Call 842-7627. 10-2 STEREO TAPES 4 & 4 track S2.00 each; guitar amplifier, and amplifier with speaker. Call 242-4759. 10-4 vox WYMAN base guitar, tear drop (rare model), Vox Westminster amp with speaker cabinet sheere Unisphere 1 mike with stand, like new price. 242-4254. 10-3 ENROLL NOW! Music lessons On all ' instruments. Rentals. Fenton Music Store. New Location—221 S. 10th St. 10-18 WANTED — Guitar and Drum Students. Instrument furnished If desired. New location: THE SOUND ROOM 214 S. 17th Street, Mt. Vernon, IU. '/44-3290. tr 11-^LANTS__and SEEDS^ SEED WHEAT -~ Recleaned] "treated from foundation seed Ben Hur, Riley 67 $2.00 Bushel; also Monon cleaned $1.60 per buhel. M. D. Burkett. 1 bushel free on every 10 purchased while it lasts. Need sloraoe rooms. 242-6090 or 242-2860. 10-14 FOR SALE — John Deere 45 combine $1,650 00; JD 45 combine '63 model very good, $2,500.00 ; 2 row corn head, S450.00 ; 6 ton wagon, $165.00; Allis rolo baler, $395.00. Hopkins Ford Tractor, Highway 460 east. 10-2 COMBINES - 1 IHC 403 with 23" rice tires and 4 row No. 40 corn aft., all 1962 models; 1 JD 45 HiLo v/ith stray/ chopper and scour klc-en; 2 JD 210 corn att.; 1 JD 1959 45 combine; TRACTORS— 3 JD 720 Diesels; 1 JD 630 Gas; 1 Ford 4000 LP; 1 MF 65 Diesel; New 3020—4020 Tractors; 1 new 5020 with double rear wheels and 7-16 plow. See us about this for a good buy. 1 nev/ 10 ft. Brady Flail Shredder; 1 new 12 ft. Brady Flail Shredder; 1 new Brady 20 inch Feed mixer mill. LOTS OF PARKER GRAVITY GRAIN BOXES. BRING YOUR TRUCK. Leckrone Tractor Co., Salem, III. 10-3 FOR SALE - — D-6 caterpillar with Inside I hydraulic dowier, cab, and winch; 1—101 International combine y/ith 2 row I corn head; 2 Ford Malors diesel tractors with 4 bottom plows. Call or see Howard Gene Clifton 244-3945. 10-2 PINKING SHEARS, scissors, sharpened. Charlies expert saw sharpening, 1700 Block S. 10th block east on Gilbert. 1012 RENTAL - EOUIPMENT~Floor polishers, small and large; Wallpaper steamer, Bluford District, i Floor sander. Rug Shampooer, free with 10-3 ' purchase of shampoo. Smlth-Alsoo Paint and Wallpaper Co., 910 Main St. Dial 2440436. « ROTO -TiOoYER SERVICE" ~~'sewer ' stopped up, runs slow, full of roots? I Call 244-0475. 10-10 ' CANE and Rush Chair Seats replaced. . F G Webb, Ashley Road. 244-1721. M DOES - YOUR - CAR vlbrote?~"if~so ~T" Is telling you that It needs service at North Side Gulf, Salem Road and Oakland. 25 years experience. Ooy Hlnes 242-9700. t» j TRENCHING and Back Hoe Service. I Footings, water lines, septic tank, Melds, etc. Call 242-2912. It SEPTIC TANKS pumped and repaired. | SEWER lines rodded. New Septic systems installed. BACK HOE service. BRAVARD'S SEPTIC SERVICE. 242-«520 or 242-6220. 10-18 FOR SALE - 1967 Phon* 242-2557. Ford tractor 3400. 10-7 CLEANING SERVICE - Windows, floors, complete ianltor service, rug shampooing, both home and commercial. King City Window Cleaning and Janitor Service. Bob Flota, Prop. 244 -0015. 10-18 REFRIGERATORS finished any color, work guaranteed. 4th house east Sum- mersvliln School. Lyle Ingram. 242-0277, 10-10

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