Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 4, 1969 · Page 9
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 9

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Saturday, January 4, 1969
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 4. 1969 4—# • uii mi 1 1 in ASHLEY Dubois News Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Wilson and family of Kell visited Mr. and Mrs. David Wilson and daughters in Nashville Sunday. Bob Greise and father Joseph Greise of St. Louis, and' Billy McNail of Hazehvood, Mo., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George McNail. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Czerwinski i were dinner guests of Mrs. Anna Czerwinski and son John at Scheller during the holidays. Mjss Alberta Sensel and Mrs. Roy Coultas shopped in tlie King dry Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mi's. George Richardson spent the holiday in Kirkwood, Mo. Mrs. Elizabeth Michaels spent several days last week in Springfield with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Czerwinski was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Panzjer of Waltonville Tuesday evening for a party. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Peeck and son Jerry and Mrs. Mary Peeck shopped in the King City Sunday afternoon. Mv*. George Richardson is a surgical patient in the Washington Hospital in Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Braswell visited Mr. and Mrs. Gary $raswall and children in E. St. oLuis Sunday. Miss Liiida Foster of Woodlawn is spending a few days in Danville with Mr. and Mrs. Everett.Coultas and children. Mr. and Mrs. Jarties Green visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Baroett of Scheller Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Kemper of Nashville visited her mother Mrs. Lillie Green Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George McNail spent the holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Hall and daughter Brenda Kay of Waltonville spent Sunday aftemoonwith her parents Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Severs. Wt. and Mrs. Thos. Wilson and children of Kell had dinner with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilson Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Braswell were evening callers. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Riddle and children of Mt Vernon spent the holiday with his mother Mrs. Pearl Riddle. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hyde of Mt. Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hyde of Owensboro, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Fred 0. Schultz of DuQuoin, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Morgan of Centralia, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schultz and children of Salem, Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Price and family of South Roxatma, Mrs. Sandra Smith of Dix, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker and son Ernie enjoyed dinner during the holiday with Mr. and Mi's. Fred Schultz. . . . Mrs. Reva Coultas, Cor. CALL BOB SHAW With Jamison Real Estate For All Your Real Estate Needs. Telephones Office 242-0372 Home 244.3768 Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Waldman visted at the home of State Trooper and Mrs. Jack Willis and family at Mt. Vernon Sunday. Mrs. Ted Keil Sr. is a patient at Pinckneyville Hospital. Miss Carol Hunter visited her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hoffman and daughter one day! last week. Mrs. Leo Haltz and daughter Carta and Paula and Mike Konkel were shopping in Pinckneyville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Piesyechalski and family visited with their son- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. David Bequette and son of St. Louis. Miss Carla Holtz of Radorn spent her vacation with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Mike Konkel. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Nowak and son Stevie and daughter Susy of St. Louis spent the weekend with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nowak and Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Palczyuski Sr. Ted Keil Sr. returned home Tuesday from the hospital. Friends and relatives and neighbors gathered at the home 6f Mrs. Julia Kwiathows for a house warming'one day last week. All those present were: Mrs. Maggie 'Kerry, Mrs. Veronica Waldman, Mrs. Mag Quinn, Mrs. Blanche Brownfield, Mrs. Theresa McKenny and daughter Debby, Mrs. Grace MajewrJd, Mrs. Fay Keil, Mrs. Chas. Dyers, Mr*.. Wm. Ellemeyer and daughter, and Mi's. Rose Sperra. Those that sent gifts and weren't present were Mrs. Martha McNail and Mary Wisniewski. Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Pal- Jr. and children of Belleville spent the holiday at the homes of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Dominic £>alczynski Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sherman. Mi*, and Mrs. William of St. Louis spent the holidays with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jantes Reidelberger and family. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jurkbwski and sons of St. Louis spent the Weekend with his mother Mrs. Mary Jurkowski. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kosteeki and children of St. Louis spent the holiday with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Heck Jr. and daughter of St. Louis spent the Weekend here at their cdui> try home. Richard Boczek and Jerry Deering were shopping in Du- Quoin Tuesday. Mr. arid Mi's. Ed Sherman and son of, Florissant, Mo. spent the holiday with her mother Mrs. Martha McNail and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pedtke and children of St. Louis spent the weekend wjth their parents Mi\ and Mrs. Albert Pedtke and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kujawa and families. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kujawa MAYTAG AUTHORIZE* SALES— SERVICE — PARTS — FEATHERSTUn UNEXPECTED PARENTHOOD—Helen and S*nnle.v Miller pose in a Queens hospital In New York with their newborn daughter. The birth was a complete surprise to the Bronx couple who sa4d they did not even know Mrs. Miller was pregnant. They went to a New Year Eve party but Mrs. Miller began to suffer severe stomach pains about 11 p.m. Her husband took hor to the hospital and the baby was born at 12:47 a.m. "I didn't believe it until I saw the baby," Mrs. Miller said later. (AP Wlrephoto) Bridge Blind Spot Expensive and children of St. Louis spent the holidays with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wesalik and Mr. and Mrs. Kuiawa and families. Miss Judy Pelczynski of St. Louis, Mo. spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pelczynski and sister Joyce. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Fondre of Granite City and daughters spent the weekend here at his country home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Waldman entertained their family with dinner and gift exchange. All that were present were Mr. and Mi's. Walter Waldman and family of Nashville, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dalrnan and family of Ashley, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Willis aftd family of Mt. Vem6n, Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Morris and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dalrnan, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dalrnan. Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Morris and family attended the wedding of Mr. Tom Morris Jr. at Cerote, 111. Saturday. Jerry Dalrnan and sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Waldman Friday evening. Mi's. Gertrude Ackerman ant", daughter Jocille Duggan of St. Louis visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Waldman and friends of this vicinity. John Waldman visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Waldman Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Waldman visited Mr. arid Mrs. Jack Willis and family of Mt. Vernon Sunday. ted Spatauskj and son of St. Louis, Mo, visited sister Mi's. Clarence Waldman and Mrs. Neil Quinn and family last week. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Woodside and son Danny and daughter Debby of Pinckneyville were dinner gueste at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Setzekorn and son during the holidays. , ... Mary Wisnewski, Cor. By Oswald and James Jacoby Here is a hand from a match letween Britian and Venezuela wnich should present no problem in the play, yet one declarer had a blind spot and made SEE JAMISON FIRST IDEAL. RETIREMENT HOME 2 Bedrooms, liveable lower level, oil furnace, excellent neighborhood. COSY 3 0EDROOM — 2903 Logan; wooded area, patio, oil heat, carpeted living room. NEW LUXURY RANCH — Completely carpeted — even the kitchen, two elegant baths, double garage, built-in range and dishwasher, gas heat, centrail air. Appro*. 30 acres, East highway, modern residence and barn. 20 acres, route 148. 30 acres, McClellan Twp. modern home with basement, gas furnace, barn, good pond. 15 acres near Sportsman's Club/ Field Twp. Approx. 49 acres on highway near Prive«in Theatre; no buildings. FOR OTHER HOMES OR ACREAGE CALL 242-0372 JAMISON REAL ESTATE Salesmen - BOB SHAW - MIKE DAVIDSON Bridge Lesson a play that might well havij been the most expensive Of the year 19b8. The bidding was the same at both tables and in each instance West opened the jack of clubs. Victor Mdllo of Great Britain proceeded to make all the lucks without any trouble. He took Dummy's ace of clubs, cashed his ace and king of tn.mps and led the queen of spades. West covered with the king and Victor won with dummy's ace. Then he returned to nis hand with the queen of r .f -.-arts, led his four of spades and finessed dummy's nine. When that held he discarded a club on the jack of spades and claimed 13 tricks on a Cross ruff. Victor remarked, "I hope Venezuela ddesn't get to seven. If they do, they will have to make it." The Venzuelan declarer went into a long huddle at trick one. Finally he won the club in dummy and played two rounds of trumps, then he thought again ahd eventually played the ace and another club. Clubs broke and he claimed six, announcing that he would discard one of his spades on the long club. As you can see, 'his line of play would have actually cost South the contract had East held the spade king •and if clubs had not broken. On the other hand, it is an example of a real blind spot. It seems that the Venezuelan declarer had never seen dummy's jack of spades. BLUFORD Rev. and Mrs. Clyde Leslie of Canton, 111. visited Friday with Rev. and Mrs. O. B. SiJvey. Mrs. Florence Taylor spew the holiday with her son, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Taylor and family in Mt. Carmel. Everett Dale Davenport of Effingham is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Loren Osborn and sons. Mrs. Leola Durbin of Granite City has returned home after spending a few weeks here with her daughter, Mrs. 0. B. Silvey. Mr. and Mrs. Danny t-oehr and children of Decatur, spent tlie weekend with her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Carl Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fox of Macedonia spent Sunday with his sister Mrs. Florence Taylor and helped her celebrate her birthday. Mi", and Mrs. Norman Silv«y and children of Holidayboro, JlL spent the holiday with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. 0. B. Silvey. The Flu epidemic has really been raging in our community for several weeks now. Wayne Wilkerson of Flora, spent the holidays with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bell of Paducah, Ky. spent several days this week with his parents Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wilson and daughter Julie of Decatur, spent New Years with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sanders. Mi's. Elmer Outland is a patient in Jefferson Memorial Hospital where she underwent surgery Tuesday. . . . Mrs\ John Kovach, Cor. Air-expressed 1,500 miles, tlie fastest homing pigeons can return to their home lofts within three days -o- -o- -o- NORTH AAJ9 V J108732 • Void *AK76 WEST 4K1073 Wold • AQ8764 + J103 EAST 48652 ¥96 • J1053 *Q82 West SOUTH (D) *Q4 VAKQ54 • K92 + 854 Both vulnerable North. East South IV 3V 3N.T. 4V Pass 24 : Pass 'Pass j Pass Pass Opening lead—* J 34 3* 4* 6V Pass Pass Pass Pass WAYNE CITY Mrs. Dorothy James and Mrs. Grace Hawthorne attended tlie revival at Bakersville church on tlie Benton road Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Buchanan of Wayne City. Rachel and Maj- fl Shorb of Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Shorb of Washington, III. spent tlie holidays with their brother Mr. and Mrs. Paris Shorb south of Wayne City. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Shorb of Washington. III. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Campbell and family of Mcleansboro, III. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shorb and family spent Saturday at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Paris Shorb. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thomason and family of Peoria and Mrs. Gladys Thomason visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Thomason and family of Fairfield Tuesday morning. Funeral services will be held Thursday evening at the Richardson funeral home for Mrs. Josephine Greene. Burial will be made in the Ten Post Oak cemetery north of Keenes. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thomason and family of Peoria and Mrs. Gladys Thomason visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill McNew and family north of Sims Monday evening. \Vord was received by W. O. Allen that Dr. and Mrs. Jose B. Namer of New York City, who plans to establish medical practice in Wayne City will arrive by plane Friday and will be met hy Ernie Richardson who will drive them to Wayne City. They expect to stay around two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Nelson and family of Decatur, III., Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mellenbine and family of Evansville, Ind. visited their parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mellenbine and son Jerry last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mellenbine and son Jerry made a business trip to Evansville, Ind. last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Wilson of Canton, Ohio visited last week with his parents Mr. and Mis. Curt Wilson and her mother Illene Miley of Wayne City. Mi*, and Mrs. Estel Barnard rtioved recently in their new 3 bedroom home at the north edge of Wayne City. Mrs. Gladys Thomason, Cor. BB ready for your newspaperboy Wh«n your earrierboy comes to collect, please make sure you're ready. With the right change, if possible. He'll appreciate it with a broad smile and a "Thank you". You tee, because he is in business for himself, your newspaperboy depends on the full eollectton of his route for his full profit Repeat calls mean extra work with no extra profit So-gtve the boy a break. And thanks! YOU Can Avail Yourself of the Services Offered by This Agency. Our Many Years of Ex* perience Are Yours For A Calf. VIRGIL T. BAILEY, INC. BRAND NEW AND READY TO BE LIVED IN. Beautiful Webster HiU's Estates, north side location; w/w Caroline:, 3 bedrooms. 2 ceramic tiled baths, living room, dining room, kitchen with built in oven, stove, dishwasher, beautiful cabinets, garbage disposer, family room with fireplace, large utility room, double garage, concrete driveway, gas beat, central air; big lot. Immediate possession. Priced to sell IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. Large stone family home, north side location, new w/w carpeting, living room, dining room, kitchen with new cabinets, stove and refrigerator, 3 extra large bedrooms, 1\\ baths, family room, gas heat; double garage. The price will anw* you. A NEW ONE WITH A BASEMENT. Lovely spacious home; w/w carpeting, 8 big bedrooms, 2 ceramic tiled baths, beautiful built In kitchen cabinets, stove, oven, dishwasher, garbage disposer, living room, dining room, huge family room with fireplace, double garage, large lot, gas heat, centra) air. Shown by appointment only. ONLY $13,000.00 buys'6 foora modern ranch home, west side location. Carpeted living rootn, 3 bedrooms, large kitchen, family room, beautiful bath with built In vanity; corner lot, carport, utility room, oil heat Shown by appointment only. ONLY $500.00 DOWN, modern home. Base tine location close t Priced to sell. ONLY 8500 00 DOWN, balance like rent buys 8 bedroom modern home, west side location. Paved street, buoe- uieut, gas beat; full lot. Close to shoe factory. Priced right. Affcl l| e rent buys 5 room ell U%J1B|I fo r "ace, storm windows, school and high school. EASY TEEMS. 4 root •n home, west side location; built in CJ XOLI1 ] » basement, new gas furnace; full lot Inn ^ esslon UNCOtN SCHOOL DISTRICT. Beautiful older 5 room all modern home; oAAl A t€< * ^slte and out, new w/w carpeting in I ulf LV 9n ? d,n ^ 1 S room, new bath fixtures, full lent, new gas furnace and water heat, storm windows; garage. 15 ACRES—"5 room modern home; basement, stoker beat, barn, other outbuildings; also, lake, located north of Mt Vernon. Priced to sell. Very suitable for a hog or horse farm. 20 ACRES-— 3 bedroom modern home; basement, gas living room with fireplace; double garage, small baru. Fine location north—priced right. WANTED: LISTINGS. WE HAVE BUYERS WAITING. VIRGIL T. BAILEY, Inc. FHA Loan* and Gl loons Available We will mak« yew a CASH OFFER for your Horn* oi Form "FHK PARKING FOR OUR OmOMMS" Tenth and Harrison —— Phono 242-4380 MT. VERNON REALTY CO. THOMAS A. PUCKETT, Broker Mt Vernon, Illinois 823 Harrison " Phone 242-1217 LARGEST FARM BROKERS IS SOUTHERN ILLINOIS Beautiful 3 bedroom home, full basement, garage, nicf» shade and shrubs, on 4 ncres close In South on Route 37, close to Rend Lake. 2 bedroom home, gas heat, owner will finance. 2100 College. 200 acres good laying land, well Improved land, Northeast of Bonnie. Grocery and general merchandise store In small town doing good business. Owner retiring. Beautiful 8 bedroom home in good repair with gas heat, garage, large fenced back yard, close to downtown and high school. Would consider selling furniture with bouse. 708 Jordan. Nice boose in east edge of Belle Rive In good repair on 8 lots. Out of town owner. Priced for quick sale. 52 acres vacant land close In North. Just off Route 87. 4 room house with small barn on about one acre, 4 miles out on Liberty Road for only $2500.00. 40 acres vacant land 3 miles out Just off Richview Road. Cell Any of Our Salesmen Today John Lomax. 242-S8SS Russell McBrlde, 244-0743 L. V. Puckett 244-1809 Ted Moses, 244-1282 Phillip Bryant, 242-8028 WE GET THE JOB DONE! LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US— Immediate possession—Lovely 6 room ranch. Large carpeted living room, dining space, nice built in kitchen, 3 bedrooms, V/z baths, utility room, oil heat attached garage. Lincoln school district — No. 22 North Highland East Only 8X8,800. ' Woodland—5 acres, lake; elegant 7 room tri-level home. Beautiful w/w carpets, dining space, charming built to kitchen, stove, oven, disposal, 3 nice bedrooms, large family room, 2 ceramic tiled baths, Utility room, gas heat, central air conditioned; Xar garage--—4 mtlM east on new Highway 15. See this one. Very attractive 7 room ranch, brick and frame; w/w carpets, large living room, S bedrooms, charming family room, bar, built in Itchen and kbath, inter-com system, utility room, oil heat; patio—8113 Apple street Immediate possession. Tri-level, brick and frame. Carpeted living room and dining room, beauti AAI ffe kitchen, stove, oven, H roomy bedrooms, fa Nil I II V/% baths, utility rocm, van hpnt? niinfheA ' ww 6 Sunset Drive. Priced gas heat; attached to seD. '• CAE VI fl° 6rs > kitchen cabinets, n ^JJI ^U 9s furnace; garage. Lin- Very livable 5 rooms. Large living room, kitchen eablne(s and bath, 2 bedrooms, utility room, gas heat 2248 Perkins. Choice location. Beautiful 6 room brick; w/w enrprb*, huge lr*1ng room, fireplace, dining room, large bedrooms, 2 baths, nice kitchen, breakfast nook, gas hot water heat, attached garage, tiled porch. 1909 Rl>:b.vj«w Road. Good 6 room bungalow, bath, 3 bedrooms, b coin school district *"' wp —" tj n Avenue. Coxy 6 room ranch. Tile floors, nice built In kitchen and bath, 3 bedrooms, gas heat; carport. No. 31 southeast Crescent. Ideal for retirements rooms; bath, pantry, porch, gamge. 223 Opdyke Avenue. Only $3000. Lovely 6 room ranch. C AAI f| n £ room, built In WU-tx>n and bath, 8 bedroon aUI_U attached garage, large lot. 3225 WUdrose. W ?HoB » se ll. Outstanding 7 room brick and frame ranch. Nice w/w carpets, large living room, dining room, lovely bull 4 In kitchen, 3 bedrooms, extra nice paneled family room. iVl baths, large patio, utility room, gas heat; 2*car Carport 60S Pear street. Good 5 room bungalow. Hardwood floors, roomy kitchen, basement, oil heat; garage. 2425 College. Exciting 4 rooms. Newty decorated, new w/w carpets, nice built In kitchen and bath, full basement, gas heat; carport. 2814 Mann en. Only $10,000. MORTGAGE MONEY IS AVAILABLE SEE US FOR ONE OF THE LARGEST SELECTIONS OF P.SAL ESTATE IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS SEE A. HAROLD LOGAN C. WILLIAMS & RICHARDSON Broker Salesman 315 S. 10th LSI AND ELLIOTT, Salesman JOHN H. CROSS, Saleiman 242-0251 242-0252

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