Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 5, 1952 · Page 36
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 36

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 5, 1952
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'.SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Area Deaths AHM, 82, died at 10:13 «t the home of his Leslie Mason, 160 _j, Wedd ftlver. He had Wood River since the M wife, 10 years ago, Ififide his home with his MM. Mason arid Mrs. ... I be taken to Dongoia, aer name, for funeral serv- loe* to bi ewidueted Saturday at 2 lMft. : » Friendship Baptist Church bjpfe J&V, A, A. Capron of Wood ftflwfc Burial will be at Dongoia. Tff fcody will be at ford funeral home at Surviving in addition to Ms daughters, are a sister and two bwthen, all of southern Illinois. Brief funeral rites will be conducted at 9t30 a, m. Friday at Streeper funeral home, Wood River, prior to taking the body to Dongoia, III., his former home. Mrs, Stella E>v ing Mrs. Stella Ewlng, 42, wife of John F. Ewing of 1015 Highland avenue, died Wednesda> in an Alton hospital following an illness of one month. Surviving in addition to her hus band, ire two Hater*, M», Edna Andersen of Alton, and Mrs. Ida Jaefrsott of Granite City, and three brothers, Harvey and Andrew Jackson of East St. Louis, and Wll bert of Carlyle. Following funeral services Sun day at 1:30 p.m. In Campbell Chapel, the body will Be taken to Car lyle,- her former home, for burial The body is at Russell funera home where friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday. n — _,- - •-*• Earl Dean EDWARDSVILLE-Funeril serv ices for Earl Cean, 44, of Mt. Ver- nbn, a former Edwardsville resi dent, are to be conducted here^Frt day at 2 p.m. at Pilgrim Baptist Churcr^ followed by interment in Automatic Washer *200°° Regular $349.95 CLOSE OUTS-FLOOR SAMPLES NEW MERCHANDISE with FULL FACTORY GUARANTEE Central Electric WATER HEATERS 30-gal. $95.00 40-gal. (109.00 52-gal. ..$119.00 66-gal, .,$124.00 Limited Quantities $109.95 Value! ONLY YOU SAVE $30.00 Model LF-IO, $339.95, Now, $250.00 Modol LF- 8, $319.95, Now $249.95 Modal NB-8, $249.95 . Now $199.95 Model NCS-8, $274.95 , Now $219.95 Model LC-8, $309.95 , Now $239.95 Geqeral Electric HOME FREEZER Regular $429.95 Floor Sample $OCO' 95 At Only . . . O99 SEE KRAMER ELECTRIC FOR FREEZER SUPPLIES famous G-E IRONER $59 95 CLOSE OUTS Bendix Electric Clothes Dryer (Reg. $274.95) . , , $199.50 $69.95 Monitor WASHER $39.95 $429,95 Youngstown Electric Dish washer & Disposal $329.95 Youngslown Twin Bowl Sinks (Reg, $129,95) '$99.95 Popular Make 2-Slice Automatic Toaster ..... $12.95 G-E Food Mixer (Reg. $39.95) . , , ... $24.95 Arvin Metal Ironing Board (Reg. $8.95) , . . $6.95 Electric Corn Popper (Reg, $5,95) , , , . $2.95 G-E Electric Coffee Maker (Reg, $6,95) .... $4.95 Mercury Outboard Motor $65.00 OFF ELECTRIC BLANKETS METAL CABINETS \LSO~A good selection of Reconditioned ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS and RANGES. Popular Makes Low Price* Ga«y Ternu! KRAMER ELECTRIC CO., Wood River E. fillttUION DIAL 4 4364 DONT FORGET to join our FISHING CONTEST! Woodlawn cemetery. Me died Monday at Toledo, Ohio. The body was brought to Stratibe funeral home and will remain there until f rfday noon, when it is to be taken to the church. Bom Dec. 15, 190V, at Clarksdale,-Miss., he was married in 1946 at Balythl, Ark., to Miss Lovie Burl, who survives. His parents were Mr. and Mrs. William Dean of Edwardsville. Surviving in addition to the widow and his mother are four sisters, Mrs. Lucille Baxter, Kinlock Park, Mo.; Mrs. Hattie Curtis and Mrs. Betty Bradley of Vallejo, Calif., and Mrs. Dorothy Alexander, Venice. Courfhey Perrin Courtney Pcrrin, 57, of 6490 Oakland avenue, St. Louis, a member of an old Alton family and former well known Alton High School athlete, died unexpectedly Wednesday in St. Louis. Perrin, who was in the insulating business in St. Louis, became ill while driving his automobile and stopped at a garage where an ambulance was summoned and he was moved to a St. Louis hospital, lis death, apparently due to a icart attack, occurred shortly after hid arrival at the hospital. He was born in Alton, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Will Perrin; mother was the former Miss Emma Kuhn. Her father had operated Kuhn's store in Alton, near [rving School, for many years and the store was a gathering place for young folks of that period. Courtney Perrin was among the :eading athletes at Alton High School. He played on the football :eam in the days of Walter Wood, :he late Tom Henry, and other stars. Perrin was a halfback on the 1912 team captained by Wood which won the central and southern Illinois championship. He also was a -basketball star and was a discus thrower on the track team. Surviving are his widow, the former Miss Mae Ohnsorg of Alton; a daughter, Mrs. Arch McEwen of Hardith Hill, St. Louis county; two grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Virginia Winters. Funeral rites will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday in Krieghauser mortuary, 4228 South Kingshigh- way, St. Louis. The body will be cremated and the ashes brought to Alton cemetery and placed in the family crypt in Grandview mausoleum. Fnfends may call at th» funeral home this evening and until time of the funeral. Ammon Martin The body of Ammon H. Martin, 65, who died Wednesday in the Baptist Memorial Hospital, Little Rock, Ark. will be brought to Gent's funeral home, where friends may call after 2 p.m. Friday. Martin, born in Tennessee April , 1887, had worked for the %11 Telephone Co. for more than 35 years as a lineman. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Agnes Martin and a step-son, Leo Larsh, both of Little Rock, and a sister in Tennessee. Mr. Larsh and his mother have returned to Alton for the funeral which will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at Gent's 'uneral home. Interment will be in Upper Alton cemetery. Edward Colbert Edward (Ned) Colbert, a life- ong resident of Alton, died early :his morning at his home, 1518 East Fourth* street, following a long period of invalidism. While his death at 1:45 a.m. was unexpected, he had been in failing icalth for several years and svas unable to participate in activities outside his home. His parents were the late James and Margaret Colbert. He made liis home following the death of his Model Chapel to Sponsor School Christian Education Departmen of Model Chapel, A.M.E. Church will sponsor a community wide Daily Vacation Bible School beginning June 9, continuing through 20. The Model. Chapel pastor, th< Rev. M. Boyde Patrick will be dean of the school. In addition to religious study o the Bible and memory work of thi scriptures, the program will include handicraft and recreation. Those who'will assist the Rev Patrick with the school are Mis.. Lucilla Galloway, young people's instructor, assisted by Miss Vola Mae Posley and Miss Louise Hen derson; Mrs. Hazel Gill. Mrs. Elea nor Henderson, and Mrs. Lydla Cannon, junior instructors; Mrs Susie Brower, Miss Rita Cannon primaries instructors; Mrs. Elsi Cannon and Miss Vivian Cannon beginners instructors; and Charle Townsend, Louis Valley, and Robert Pitts will be instructors of th junior boys and of the hand craf work. Graduating Students to Be Honored Sunday Christian Youth Education Da} will be observed Sunday morning during services at the Mode Chapel, A.M.E. Church. A program will honor the gradu ating students of the various Alton schools. W. B. Lewis, principal of Cen tral Junior High School, will be lay speaker at the service. He will be introduced by the' church pastor the Rev., M. Boyde Patrick. A choral group and band ensem ble of Central School will presen several selections. Grand Jury to Report Friday EDWARDSVILLE — Impanelet May 26, the Madison county grant jury is expected to end an eight day session and report Friday to Circuit Judge Quinten Spivey. Two murder cases—the April 1' slaying at Alton of Patrick Henry and the fatal shooting April 27 of Jack Kelly at his Hi-Ho nigh qlub near Madison—were* among approximately 25 criminal case! under investigation by the grand jury. In impaneling the grand jury May 26, Judge Spivey directed an investigation of the closed-down "Club 7800" on Collinsville road which reportedly opened as a gambling casino a week before the grand jury was impaneled The grand jury was in recess today. The grand jury made its inspection tour of county institutions Tuesday, returning Wednesday to resume its investigating work. Find Gold Cache RANGOON, Burma, June 5 —, — Police searching a Chinese shop here today turned up 1250 gold bars valued at $600,000. It was believed the horde had been smuggled out of China. parents with a sister, Miss Mary Colbert, who for many years was smployed at Young's store. Before his retirement about 15 Vears ago he had been employed as a railroad crossing watchman for the old Chicago & Alton anc had been stationed at Alton anc iodfrey crossings of the line. Surviving in addition to his sister is a brother, James F. Colbert of San Francisco, Calif. Arrangements for the funeral are awaiting word from the brother in California. The body is at Staten funeral home. STOCK CONSISTS OF VARIOUS MAKES TAKEN IN TRADE Terrific value*! All in gooJ working order! Carefully inspected and adjusted by expert SING*R mechanic!. COMPLETE SEWING COURSE with pvrcha«« of toch machint t Valuable course in the fine point* of beautiful, profewiopal-looking wwtng. 9 Taught by expert* at your SINGJB SEWING CENTER. 9 Yours at » gilt whan you buy one o| the»e fine machine*. COME EAIIY! GET YOUES WHIIE THEY USTI Sorry, Ne Moil or Phont O/t/tn OH J4U ONtr AI SINGER SEWING CENTER in STATE ST, ALTON PHONI 3-6313 WANT AD INFORMATION 1 ttini '•ii.»' 8 timiw Jt.19 « time* 19.03 ifinfi. *».7« ADJUSTMENTS Krrori not the fault flf the advertiser which clearly lessen the value of the advertisement should be corrected the first day when one extra -corrected insertion will be made without ch*r«e. The Telegraph assumes no responsibility for error after the first insertion. Want ads are accepted until 11:00 A. M. - ** LKOAt NOftCB NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice ig hereby given to all persons that first Monday in July. 1983, la the Claim Date In the eiitate of Fannie R. Poag, Deceased, pending In the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or'before said date without Issuance of summons. Dated this 18th day of May, 1952. NELL WHALEN SMIMP, Executrix. Attest: DALE HILT, Probate Clerk. May 28. 29. June 8. PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given by the CIVIC MEMORIAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY, Madison County, Illinois that a Tentative Budget and Appropriation Ordinance for said authority for the fiscal year beginning June 1, 1952 and end- Ing May 31, 1853 has been prepared at th* direction of the Board of Commissioners of said authority and will be on file and conveniently available to public Inspection at the office building on the airport site on the East Alton-BethaUo Road In the area of said authority, for at least 30 days prior to the public hearing hereinafter specified and to final action thereon. Notlca is further given hereby that a public hearing on said Budget and Appropriation Ordinance will be held at 7:30'P. M. (C. D. S. T,i on the 8th day of July, 1952 at the office building on the airport site on the East Alton-Bethalto Road in the area of said authority. Dated the 3rd day of June, 1932. HOLLA J. MOTTAZ, Secretary of Civic Memorial Airport Authority. June 5. 12, 19. SALE OP HEAL ESTATE TO PAY DEBTS STATE OP ILLINOIS,t )ss. COUNTY OP MADISON) In the Probate Court of Said County Josephine (McGraw) Schroeder ) as Executrix of the Estate of ) Josephine Schroeder, Deceased ) vs. ) Clara Whltten, Bernard ) Schroeder, Rose Frye, Josephine ) Girth, St. Mary's Church of ) Alton, Illinois, Catholic Orphan-) age Home in Nazareth, North ) Carolina, and C. C. Ellison, ) Trustee. ) Defendants) Sale of Real Estate to Fay Debts. Public notice Is hereby given, that by virtue of a decretal ordered made and entered of record by said Court, In the above entitled cause, on March 7, 1952, and a further order entered on the 20th day of May 19S2 by said Court, the said Executrix, will at the hour oJ 2 o'clock PM, DST, on the 28th day of June A. D. 1952 on the premises, at 900 Highland Avenue in the City of Alton, County of Madison and State of Illinois, offer for sale and sell at Public Vendue, to the highest and best bidder, on the terms hereinafter stated, to pay the debts of said estate all or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the debts now due from 'said estate and the costs of administration now due and to accrue, the right, title. Interest and,, estate which the said Josephine Schroeder, deceased, had at the time of her death, In and to the following real estate situated in the City of Alton, County of Madison and State of Illinois: Lots Numbered Eighteen (18) Twenty-one (21) Twenty-two (22) Twenty-five (25) Twenty-six (26) and Twenty-nine (29) In Block Twenty-eight (28) Hunter's North Liberty Addition to Alton; Situate in the City of Alton, County of Madison and ¥ State of Illinois. The above described premises will be sold free and clear of all encumbrances except for the taxes for the year 1952 payable in 1953. The terms of the sale are: 25% of Purchase price, cash in hand on day of sale; balance in 30 days, purchaser to give notes and security as required by law. No deed or deeds will be delivered to the purchaser or purchasers until said sale has been reported to and approved by said Probate Court Possession given when full purchase has been paid and deed is delivered. Dated this 31 day of May A. D. 1952. JOSEPHINE McGRAW GIRTH. Executrix of the Estate of Josephine Sohroeder, Deceased, M. E. NEWELL. Lawyer for the Executrix. LLOYD E. DEHNER, Auctioneer. June 5, 14, 31. ANNOUNCEMENTS CARD OP THANKS JOHN W. SHEEHAN—We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to all our relatives, friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy shown during our recent bereavement. Especially the people along the trolley route to and from Grafton. Mrs. John Sheehan and Daughter. I WISH TO THANK — My relatives, friends and neighbors for their cards and visits during my illneis at Wood River Township Hospital. Mrs. Wm. Valger. PIKSONAL* WELCOME STRANGER — If you have just moved to Alton or know of a. new family in Alton will you call 4-5171 so our hostess can contact them? Welcome Stranger Service. RUMMAGE AND PASTRY SALE RUMMAGE SALE—Friday at 604 Belle street. Open at 9 a. m. BIG RUMMAGE SALE—804 Belle. Clothing, dishes, miscellaneous, Saturday, 9 a. m. Bethalto Assembly of God. SOCIETIES — LODGES FRANKLIN LODGE—No. 25. Special meeting Thursday. June 5th. at 6:00 p. m. Work in 3rd degree. TV prizefight. Refreshments. Visiting brethren welcome. H. E. Mitchell, W. M. WOOD RIVER LODGE NO. 1062—Stated meeting Wednesday. June 4th. 7:30 p.m. Business. Visiting brethren welcome. C. L. Radmacher, W.M. 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN G. A. R. RITUAL—And book of rules and regulations, lost on 7:30 N. Alton bus or at 200 W. Elm. 2-290B. ciottd ftonV my & to Aug. 18 ineiui- LOST — Between Mineral Springs and Kresge's store, white gold bracelet with green stones; keepsake. Reward. Call 3-8611. room 82. LOST—Black Labrador retriever along Fosterburg road. Answers to name of 'Laddie." Phone 3-8328. MAN'S BULOVA—Wrist watch. Initials P.J.B. on wrist band. Lost near Y.W.- C.A. Phone 3-7171. NOTICES BIDS WILL BE RECErvBP—Up to and including Monday. June 8 for brushing rust spots, straightening and painting iron fence including gate on north side of North Alton Confederate Cemetery on Rozier with Hat black iron paint. Right reserve* to reject any „„<» M bid* p ^^ 112 W. 4th, Caretaker of Norlhside. NOTICE—I will no longer be responsible for «ny debts contracted by anyone other than myself. Dated this 5th day of June. 1952. Leo You, 145 E. Alton avenue. East Alton, 111. WILL PARTIES—Who Assisted lady in fal) «t Kroger store, located «t Broadway and Piasa, AUon, Illinois, on December 7. 1851. kindly call Alton 2-5360 LET ME HELP YOU-With your hearing problem. Free information and examination by « registered »cou»Uci^i}. c«u Wood BIVM 4-438J. Auto. 80S E. ft NdfXKY SERVICE _ BIRTH CBHTtflCATttl Now—Two Places to S«rv« You 1804 fc. BDWV. -MJO StAW EARL W. MANNS WANTED-* rldew. Alton to St MUli & return. Leave Alton 7:SK>. Leave St. Loula 8!l8, 8 day» week. 2-0980. WANTfcb—Rlderi to New Mexico: expenses. Leave June 7. Call 4-4783. RIDE WANTED—To St, Louis, fl to B, 3-7540. . EDUCATIONAL 14 MUSIC, DANCING, DRAMA MUSICAL INSTRUCTION In all InstMI- ments and voice and baton twirling, Gould Muslo Co., 581 B. Broadway, Alton. EMPLOYMENT HELP WANTED—MALI I j ^ ••••JIT ww f»*^ » ".•'. •^mn»» WANTED—Fireman for small Industrial plant; must be familiar with stoker- fired steam boiler operation, sober and dependable. Write Box 800, care Tele- grap" »»«»H"' - ... - - T | -_ _ -,-- - —n -— n-r SERVICE MAN—Salesman, young man retail sales and general service. Tire mounting, 'etc. Paid vacations, group Insurance, uniforms furnished. Apply In person. Firestone Stores, B12 East Broadway. EXPERIENCED—Shoo salesman. Apply In person. Young's Shoe Dept., Main Floor. MECHANIC'S HELPER — And general laborer. Plenty overtime. A. F. L, Re liance Whiting Co. MAN TO TRAIN — For assistant men- ager. Must be neat appearing. No experience necessary. Transportation furnished. Opportunities for advancement Interviews from 8-10 a. m. Apply Singer Sewing Machine Co.. 212 State street, Alton, 111. YOUNG MAN—To work in Wholesale Agency. Apply Ochs News Agency 1022 Bozza street WANTED 2 EXPERIENCED BODY MEN APPLY LUKEN PONTIAC FRONT & ALBY, ALTON IS HELP WANTED—FEMALE WHITE GIRL—Stay on place, care for children while parents work. Call 2-8848. STENOGRAPHER — With general office experience, for position with local industry. Give complete information as to education, experience, and reference. Will consider high school graduate. Write Box 780 care of Telegraph. WHITE ELDERLY LADY — For, light housework & care of one child. Stay. 2-4786 before 7. YOUNG LADY—25 to 35 preferred, pleasing personality, good talker, fair typist. Apply In person. The Budget Pffin. 201 West Third street. Alton. COUNTER GIRL WANTED—Apply In person. Hi-Way Grill, Godfrey. BOOKKEEPING — And general office work. Permanent position. 5'A-day week. Single, age 25-40. Box 740, care Telegraph, WANTED—Woman for housekeeper and care for children. Stay or go. Write Box 730. care Telegraph. TYPIST—Beginner or experienced. 38'A hour week, no shorthand. Ideal working conditions. Apply or write John S. Swift Company, Inc., 2100 Locust St St. Louis 3, Mo. CASHIER WANTED — Accounting and NCR No. 2000. Experience preferred. See Mr. Moore at Bledermans. IB HELP WANTED—MALE * FEMALE OFFICE HELP—And bookkeeper. High school education required. Experience helpful but not necessary. Phone Mr. Budde. 2-1231 or write 519 Belle St. SALESWOMAN & SALESMAN — Age 25-45. Hospltallzation and life insurance debit. No experience necessary. Training will be provided. Salary plus commission. Apply 311 Commercial building. SALES PROMOTION JQB OPEN—No outside solicitation but direct mall contact with selling and limited office work. Good opportunity for someone to learn retail business. See William Thompson, Schwartz Furniture Co., Wood River, 111. Please do not telephone. SALESLADIES SALESWOMEN—For steady and extra work. Women's ready-to-wear dept. in one of Alton's finest stores. Good working conditions. Salary and commission. Write Box 750, care Telegraph N SALESMEN SALESMEN WANTED—Men. are you interested In earning more money? We have an opening in our >ale« organization for men selling nationally ad vertlsed appliances. Salesmen now in this position are earning $100 weekly. Besides a generous compensation plan we offer security and many other outstanding benefits. Experienced desired but not necessary. Call 3-5511, 9:30 to 3:30 p. m. for an appointment. Sears Roebuck and Co., 309 Piasa, Alton. EXPERIENCED SALESMAN WANTED— Can exceed $7500 or mare alter 1st year. Call after 10 a.m. Wed., Thun., Fri. 3-5844. Aak for Mr, Nolte. S3 SITUATION WANTED—FEMALE LADY—Wants housekeeping for elderly couple or motherless home. City or country. Box 770, care Telegraph. COLORED HIGH SCHOOL GIRL—WanU work for the summer. Phone 3-8777. WASHINGS & IRONINGS WANTED— In my home. 2-7423. HIGH SCHOOL GIRL—Will care for one or two children while mother work*. Phone 3-0201. MIDDLEAGED WOMAN—Wants Job ai companion to elderly woman; light housekeeping. Mrs. Hazel Lemons, B.8 North 8th street. Qulncy. 111. FINANCIAL BUSINESS OPrOitTUNITlEi FOR SALE—Meat market and grocery, doing good business. All stock and fixtures, *5900. LOW RENT with lease. Frank Spencer. White Hall. 111. SHELL SERVICE STATION—For lease. Bethalto. Modern facilities, going business. Purchase active stock and equipment. H. F. Ellis. 4-3804 L ___ ICE CREAM — And quick lunch room, reasonable, doing good business. Phone 4-7259. ROSS' TAVERN Grafton. 111. Fixtures, stock and building with living quarters and space for additional apt. Established business Terms. Consider trade for farm. JOHN BERIQAN, REALTOR—MSM Evening: 2-4276 FOR SALB—Small cafe. Swell for mid dle-aged coupl* |uii.'| C*ft. ___ 75 SHARES— Of Citizen Coach Co. preferred stock; 611, interest teml. 3-3373. PERSONAL SERVICE SBWING * ALTERING WANTED— By sesmstres* with many yews experience 2021 Cfaapin Place (up»Ulr»). 8-4487. SLIP COVERS—And dr»ptae» experU* made- Fret titlniitM Wt ""~~ THURSDAY, JUNE 5,10U ^^^u^MMgBftifeMNMMIWH'MMi M MMMAIftBHEAt *AlrttD^w««hinfj and *rwu«iirfiiii 4-1040. - . . ,. home. 030 Pin* street, But Alton. Pho . hona 4-7884. . and take back. JOB Stout, ....... in »£ ' laneed. 80e Per Hour, fhmt a-»W. . WASH .— -. HOBW WANTED-4r<min« in mine, .8-6178. - mfTiTfirsi WANTED *- WAsftnros m raownram. PhonR 9*6001. _ BUSINESS SERVICE BBS' CENTURY TERMITE—And pert MAtMt. For Inspection and advice, phone 189, Edwardsvlile. Owner and Manager, Fred Casna, _ :...,.. SPECIAL INVITATION You life invited to try our n*W Mtvic* department for your needs In repairing of televisions, toasters, Irani, mixers, vacuum sweepers, fans, and all electrical appliances. Our men art highly trained Mil State. Phone 8-7BM LAWN MOWERS — Machine sharpened nntTrcpalred. A. Stupperlch, 3106 Alby. 8-4268. : FOR RENT—Power toota for reflnlshlng floors, woodwork, furniture, ate. Day and hourly rates. Sanders and edttr, $4.00 day. Car polishers, 11.28 a day. Call Z-9324. _ AUTOMATIC SAW FILING — Law* mower sharpening. 39 West Penning, Wood River. LAWN MOWERS—Machine sharpened * repaired. Expert workmanship. IB years experience. Delivery service. Slanker & Krepel. 739 Park Drive. 2-3770. AUTHORIZED—Pincor service for power mowers. Elmer Pine, 010 Roedale. Dial 2-5036. LAWN MOWERS—Sharpened and repaired. Sehuelte residence, 713 LIB- coin. Phone 2-2782 or 3-7809. GUTTERING Spouting, metal chimney coven. VM« estimates. White's JTIn Shop, 2-1484 Red & White Sanitary Service Cesspool*, Septic Tank* and OutsM* Vaults Cleaned, Day or Night Call Wood River 4-8062 or 4-3485 MINNOWS Jim Baker Service Station, 3rd and wardsvllle Road, Wood River. CESSPOOLS And Septic Tanks pumped and repaired Dial 4-3281 or 4-938(1 TREE SPECIALIST Trim Tops—Take Down and Haul Aw«r Insured. Free estimate! ' ED KRAUT Phone 4-9343 HAND «c POWER LAWN MOWERS —. Machine sharpened, repaired; saw; filed, grinding. 449 E. 3rd. Phone 2-B89T FURNACE i STOKER CLEANINO — Price 86. Gillenwater. 3-8308. BILL'S UPHOLSTERY Auto and Furniture Reasonable. All Work Guaranteed 8 A. M. TO 6 P. M. PHONE 2-9980 AFTER 6 P. M., 2-7621 MINNOWS AND WORMS Downtown Phillips "M" 408 Belle It ROWLAND REFRIGERATION SERVICE 217 Person. - Dial J-8MJ * FLAGSTONE Building stone, rock & driveway reek. Gillenwater. Dial 3-8308. ; BUILDING CONTRACTOBB EXCAVATING—Bulldozing & basement digging. M. C. Gabriel. Dial 2-B953. CONTRACT CEMENT WORK — Of all kinds. Union work. Free estimates. LYNN WOOD, 3603 Franor. Phon» 3-9293 - 3-S131. REPAIRS — Carpenter work, roofing, sewer work and concrete work o* all kinds. Dial 4-9091. .14 DECOEATINO FLOOR SANDING tc REFINISHING — Interior painting. Reasonable rates. For free estimates dial 3-8514 or 3-3230. WALLPAPER CLEANED—Walla washed, paper removed. Call 8-2823. INTERIOR, EXTEWOR — Decorating, plastering, patch plastering, removing wallpaper. Free estimates. Dial 3-8172, *. 2-8664. INTERIOR & EXTERIOR PAINTING— And decorating. 2-3141. CLICTBIO — BAMOS ROBERSON RADIO & TELEVISION SERVICE 2011 State Street, Alton. Phone 2-4213 Guaranteed Service. RADIO & TELEVISION SERVICE SQUARE DEAL SHOP 720 E. BROADWAY —3-9411 SEVEN MEN TO SERVE YOU W SMITH BROS. MOVING LOCAL — LONG DISTANCE DIAL 4-6561 19 W. Ferguson. Wood River USED FURNITURE BOUGHT & SOLD H. A. NEVLIN MOVING STORAGE ACROSS THE STREET OR ACROSS. THE CONTINENT LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE 1828 WASHINGTON AVE. DIAL 2-2689 McCOY TRANSFER CO. FREIGHT LEASING MOVING CAU, 3-7791 FOR THE ANSWER TO YOUR TRUCKING PROBLEMS AFTER 6 P. M.: 3-7480—2-124S FOR QUICK MOVING Phone 3-7630 2-8240 2-7484 PRES BELCHER MOVERS AGENTS FOR VON-DER-AHE Van LINES ANYWHERE IN 48 STATES Also quick moving of stoves; refrigerators, pianos, trunks, boxes or what have you? Also storage. RENTALS BLEEPING BOOMS SINGLE ROOM—Modern home. Closets, newly decorated. Hot water. Private entrance. 3-3764. SLEEPING ROOM — For rent. Private entrance. Call 4-9507. NICE ROOM—For girl, near downtown. 805 Alby. Phone 2-1123 or 2-6261. LARGE COMFORTABLE ROOM — For 1 or 2 gentlemen. Inquire 1914 Wash- Ington avenue. Dial 3-9154. 2 SLEEPING ROOMS — Modern home! Single or double. Near bus line. Laundry privileges. Rooms next to bath. Nicely iurnlshed. Reasonably priced. 1217 Central. 3-B980, PRIVATE HOME—Large room, single or employed couple. 1000 Langdon, NICE ROOM—With large clothe, closet. Gentleman preferred. 1806 Langdon. SLEEPING ROOM—in modern home. Closets, adjoining bath, close to bu. line and industry. Dial 3-8169. SLEEPING ROOMS — For men, new Western. 154 S. Pence. Phone 4-3395. SLEEPING ROOM—For young woman or girl. 84 Cansjen. Wood River LARGE - Nicely furnished room lor gentleman, adjoin* bath; garage available. 2-5479. 43 HOUSEKEEPING BOOMS HOUSEKEEPING ROOM —Electric ro. frigerator. hot and cold water, wash. ing facilities. 1005 Pearl street. 3-8459 TWO FURNISHED—Light housekeeping rooms and 1 sleeping room in walking distance of industries. 1713 Bozza, rear. 3-912S. "' UNfUBNISHED 44 ___ 8 UNFURNISHED ROOMS— Call 4-3887. Iflif MINT!— PLATS MODERN—3 room iractteally furnished, efficiency apt. Call 4-4888 alter 5. 3 BOOM—Unfurnished apartment, stool ic shower, private entrance. 8-4777. BEAUTIFUL — 4-room unfurnished all modem apartment; exclusive location, air conditioning, garage. »110 per mo. By appointment only. Dial 3-5426. 3 MODERN—New unfurnished rooma. Quiet neighborhood, private entrance, adults. S60. 3300 JaelTson. FOB BENT—3-room unfurnished *pt All utilities furnished. Biltmore Apt,., South Roxana. 4-5833. 4-ROOM EFFICIENCY APT—UpstaArsS screened porch, private b«th. Couple only, no pets. »5U month. Dial 3-677J. J-ROOM UPSTAIRS APT.—Private *n- trance and b»tb. Utilities furnished. Couple only. College Crwt Piaj J-W1Q

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