Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 11, 1969 · Page 12
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 12

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Saturday, January 11, 1969
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6—B THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS SATURDAY. JANUARY 11, 1969 In Talk To Optimists Poisall i Reports Mt. Vernon Progress . o r. 0 . -o- ' -»- -°- -°- "°" "°" '°" "°" "°" "°" dis- 'All communities are for everiuV- next two years should be "comeTas new Indus- i met office that is moving out | ; n need of more people willing j «j£ was\ounSVlS Water lines are completed - L , e a needed asset and in the, of the Family Stamp Co. and in another month a sanitary y0(l rs to sewer system will be ready for Uy comes here, out entire ec- 1 of st Louis l0 jjt. Vernon. j in put forth financial and phy- j whnt wJth thc completion of In- use between Mt. Vernon and 0pmy w iU benefit from the add-! ,. Bemg p reparcc | t o compete I sical effort in behalf or their I tcrstate 57, Rend Lake, Holiday Summersvffie. ad industrial pay checks", Poi- . u ^ ..immunity without first expec-!i nn . industrial expansion, new , • , is the kev to expanding areas i This was one of several in-. sa51 declared. 1S ,NT KTY 1 <-*H«"»» b formative statements made by! p 0 isall threw out a challenge j and this includes many phases Bob Poisall, Mt. Vernon Cham-l to the entire community when ol business and community fa- be** of Commerce manager, as| lu . saic |, "If the majority ofU'ililics. Anyone can criticize he spoke before the Thursday j our pe0 ple really want a for-! whenever an objective falls luncheon meeting of Optimist Club at L & N Cafe. President Wilney Braddy presided. Poisall said that in due time he personally hoped that Sum- mursville would become an integral part of Mt. Vernon, "Because in spite of anyone, our community is going to expand and the most economical locations currently are to the east of the central business district simply because the main core is already established." The speaker lauded the efforts being put forth in behalf of additional housing units throughout the community and especially the plans underway for home cons traction between 32nd and 42nd streets south of Ashley Rd. "If our industrial complex is to expand, and it will, then one ol the first things we must have is sufficient housing," Poisall taid, and added, "And in line with our housing needs, we all loo often lack the ready- built building for industrial pros- pet ts." Optimists heard the speaker compliment the builders of Fountain Place South industrial park (Charles Cdvington and associates. "This park is an industrial prospect lure that is certain to ward, prosperous Jefferson county, they can have it, but the goa' can only be reached cooperative action that calif! for facts plainly stated." Me said the job of the Chamber was to provide the leadership that ends with all segments of our economy being acquainted with [acts an dare working together to reach the I sarr.-e ojective. one thad benefits I ing some immediate monetary I shopping center and new home gain. Amreican business success in our free enterprise system has been recorded time a-! «iiin as a result of people with short, but in so doing without, „ .. . Hie facts and a willingness to | faith and a willingness to work, individually do something con- What has been accomplished sinictively in behalf of their I elsewhere can very weil take home town, a barrier is set | place here." up that stymies progress. The Optimists were told that construction, to name a few cer- • W. inties. The club approved pai ticipa- ] tier, in sponsorship of an ora- torcal contest with the Breakfast Optimist Club. Charles E. Hughey, Pulley Funeral Service, was a guest of J. Frank Hughey. Bridge Lesson HOROSCOPE WAYNE CITY O i Mr. and Mrs. George Wilsc the entire community. While community leaders should be concerned whenever a business moves from Jefferson county, neither they, nor the general public should decide area business is doomed, according to the speaker. One Goes, One Comes "There is always a reason for things happening", he said, "some of which • can be prevented and many that can't. In the current decision of Jewel Home Shopping service here to close, it was brought abou because of the firm being ab'o to operate at less cost through a centralized system in Barrington, 111. Business must show a profit to stay alive and wh'Je our community can expert to lose a business every now and then, it; also can expect to gain new businesses, such as the recent acquisition j >io Accounting Fur Bad Bids By Oswald and James Jaeoby Mr. and Mi's. George Wilson | Monday A day when others j of Fairfield were business vis- J itors in Wayne City on Saturday I NORTH A A652 VAKQ6 4 AJ10 *Q4 WEST (D) * K100 7 4 3 v io 5 3 4 !>•'"> * A; 11 j seem to be acting in a pretty | manding manner, so be sure j you are not acting likewise, EAST AQ V J987 • 43 jr-ince most everyone is making demands practically impossible to fulfill. Show you can b e throughtful. Use wit to sidestep trouble. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Don't waste time being unkind to a family tie in retaliation for some alleged wrong. Control vour temper. Show more devo- »:or. and all is well. MT. VERNON REALTY CO. THOMAS A. POCKETT. Brvkor Mt. Vernon, Illinois 828 Harrison Phone 242-1317 LARGEST FARM BROKERS rN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS Beautiful S bedroom ranch type home with stone front, attached garage, large fenced hack yard in west part of town. Beautiful 3 bedroom home full basement, garage, nice shade and shrubs, on 4 acres South on Route 37 close to Rend Lake. Beautiful 8 bedroom home with gas heat, garage, large fenced back yard. 708 Jordan. 200 acres well improved land with large metal barn and lake, part of land in alfalfa and red clover. Nice 2 bedroom home with glassed in back porch, nice kitchen cabinets. On 3 lots in East edge of Belle Rive. Out of town owner. Grocery and general merchandise store In small lown doing large business, Owner retiring. 1 bedroom home, gas heat, owner will finance. 2)00 CoP lege. Beautiful % bedroom home with nice kitchen cabinets, large bedrooms, air conditioned, with large business building attached. Good location in south part of town. 2 120 acre farms well unproved, new fence, close in northeast. Owner woidd finance responsible party. Call Any of Our Salesmen Today John Lomax, 342-8835 Russell MeBride, 244-0743 L. V. Puckett, 244-1899 Ted Moset, 244-1282 Phillip Bryant, 242-502* commanding manner, so be sure serious accident can occur. See thot all mechanisms are working O.K. Labor in a steady way to avoid a big mistake. SOUTH AJ8 V 42 I • KQ8762 41065 North-South vulnerable "West North East South 2 A DM* Pass 3N.T; Pass 5N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead— V 5 Here iz one of the silliest 'hands of 1968. The game was a match poiiit team and at the first table North and South were playing a convention in which, the double of a weak two bid showed a no-trump type of hand with a guaranteed stopper in the suit doubled. West opened a weak two spades, North doubled and South jumped to three no-trump. North looked at his 20 high j improved, card points including three aces. He could hfive doubled with a lot less and North decided that his cards warranted a jump to five no-trump. , ...... Needless to say. South passed.:charming smile that is West opened a low heart and So . infectious. Have a happy, South ran off 10 tricks but there j deughtful, original time, was no chance to gather an' VIRG0 (Aug- ^ to Sept 22) lltn - . . , ,, Stop talking so much about North, was very critical and;,^ anxiefy or you could drfve all hnuth could do was to apolo-. one who thinkg much of Size mid hope that his bad bid w , influl - n skf . . (wo no-trump would have been,, . g rea]]y „ plenty if he did want to play J [iW no-trump) had not cost to much. ! Strangely enough, South fin-; LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) ished ".p like Die man who fell j Some pal owes you a favor, in the lake and swam out with j but this is not the right time a trout in his mouth. or /| ay to request, it. Some de- At the other table West opened s ; ve you have is not worthwhile. the same weak two bid and North \ Forget it. made the same double, but theyi were playing the double for tate; j SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) evening. Mrs. Dorothy James was in McLeansboro on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sheleton were in Mt. Vernon on Monday to see his doctor. Mrs. Fritz Karcher and Mrs. Kay Lueke of near McLeansboro were business visitors in Wayne City on Tuesday moi'n- ing. Dallas Earl McElroy of Nokomis and Barbara Dale Anderson of Wayne City were issued a marriage license last week. Dr. and Mrs. Jose Namer of New York City, who arrived last week in Wayne City, like the friendly city very much and are GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) j expected to move here soon to Particular care must be taken conduct a •---«- — • COLD WEATHER MAKES THIS PIGEON CHICKEN—Young pigeon huddles in entrance t» bank at Saginaw, Mich., In hitter cold weather. Passersby came and went—and the pigeon stayed in the windbreak. (AP Wirephoto) i ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) I If you want an enjoyable time ! consider the desires of others. + KJ987 3 iToke no unnecessary risks. Be I more discriminating in the ; choice of companions. OPDYKE medical practice They are the parents of six chldren, four of them coming with their pai'ents to Wayne City. Their two oldest sons, 2021, are in Louisiana State University. One is studying medicine, MOON CHILDREN (June 22 \ the; other one law. They have to July 21) Go where you can collect money that is honestly yours and obtain good advice fr-jni a business person. Ar- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lambert and daughters and Blenda Johnson of Mt. Vernon recently visited with his mother Mrs. Ellen Lambert. We are glad to know that Mrs. j^ka. Ill S " Lula Lovin, who has been in ' * the Good Samaritan Hospital Mr- ? n <* Mrs. Earnest Clark for sveral weeks, has been dis- and children of DeKaub visited charged and is at her home in weekend with his parents Opdyke, ! Mr - and Mrs - Charlie Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Mea-; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bullock dows visited Sunday evening j and children of Ft. Leonard with Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Her- j Wood, Mo., spent the holidays _ _ — , W rj m ner parents Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Rone and other relatives. bert also with Mrs. Susie Thorn- j and Mrs. Jerry Harrell and as all of Mt. Vernon. j daughters Lora and Tiki and Mr. and Mrs. Alva Foster \ Mrs. Kenneth Oathout and son were visitors in McLeansboro of Mt. Vemon. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Lowry Mr. and Mm Sammie Bur-i have moved back to the north- nette visited Monday with Mr.! em P 3 ^ of the state. Ethen Acuff near Effie Holland, Cor. visited in several homes in Wayne City. The doctor was born in Cuba. Those who were admitted to , .Fairfield hospital last week: •!!:!!. J° y ° Ur pr0perty ! Mary Withrow and Larry Reed. ""Mrs. Anna Rose of Fairfield, but a former resident of this community is a patient in the Fairfeld hospital. The funeral of Volney Irwin, LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Stop neing a strutting Leo if you wish to gain your fondest aims today. If you go out socially, Mrs. Doris Hayes and Mrs. Phyllis Wilson were shopping in Recent visitors in the home of j Mr. and Mrs*. Hubert Harrell j were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Reed and children of Salem,.Mr.' a retired Texaco oil field worker, was on Tuesday at the Wayne City Baptist church. , Burial was made m the Thom-1 „ : _ :j ason cemetery. Bro. and Mrs. J. E. Miller and two sons Lowell and Lowelean of north of Wayne.City plan to leave this week for two months in Orlando, Fla. Homer Smith of Mill Shoals visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lathrop recently. Mra Gladys Thomason, Cor. My phone number is 648-2120, Belle Prairie. LIQUOR—WINE—GIN CHAMPAGNE—MIXES BEER Hot or Cold by the Case Other Beverages Bar Accessories SPECIAL PRICES WOODEN INDIAN Open Evenings Free Parking in Rear Free Delivery - Ph. 242-0474 Ycu get along better by doing what a higher- up expects of you instead of protesting. Don't iorget that credit matter. out south responded three diamonds. North went to three no- trnmp and East: was on lead. Had East just opened the queen of spades North would 1 have made at le^st 10 tricks, • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to but East did not have much; D , ec - ^ , Carefully study new continence in his partner's two-! ? ]i}T)S before y° u ca " Put them m operation successfully. Others spade opening. He pulled out the queen of spades, pushed it back, hemmed YOU Can AvaiT Yourself of the Services Offered by This Agency. Our Many Years of Experience Are Yours For A Call. VIRGIL T. BAILEY, INC. SEE JAMISON FIRST IDEAL RETIREMENT HOME 2 Bedrooms, liveable lower level, oil furnace, excellent neighborhood. COSY 3 BEDROOM — 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, central air. Approx. 30 acres, East highway, modern residence and barn. 20 acres, route 148. 30 acres, McClellan Twp. modern home with basement, gas furnace, barn, gtfod pond. 15 acres near Sportsman's Club, Field Twp. Approx. 49 acres on highway near Drive-in Theatre; no buildings. FOR OTHER HOMES OR ACREAGE CALL 242-0372 JAMISON REAL ESTATE Salesmen-BOB SHAW-MIKE DAVIDSON may criticize because they are not aware of real facts. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20> Clever higher- ups interested in your welfare can give you advice today that is invaluable. Follow it, although it means hard work. AQUARIUS (Ja. 21 to Feb. 19) Don't try to change any a- gveements or you could get into trouble. Carry through with precision instead. Avoid that indivi- dral who is unfriendly toward you. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You have work to do for someone today, but be sure you first get full details. Don't hesitate to recevie treatment that considerably improves your health. and hawed awhile and finally plficfd the eight of clubs on the table. West clattered up with his ace and returned the suit, whereupon three no - trump wound up down two tricks. CALL BOB SHAW With Jamison Real Estate For All Your Real Estate Needs. Telephones Office Home 744-3766 CALL CHARLES CARPENTER FOB PROMPT ATTENTION TO YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS Wanted Listing* BURKETT REALTY Office 242-2860 Home , S44-0188 BRAND NEW AND READY TO BE LIVED IN. Beautiful Webster Hill's Estates, nortli side location; \v/w carpetiiu:., 3 bedrooms, % 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 heat, central air; big lot. Immediate possession. Priced to sell IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. Large stone family home, north side location, new w/xv carpeting, living room, dining: room, Idtchon with new cabinets, stove and refrigerator, 3 extra large bedrooms, 21/2 baths, family room, gas heat; double garage. The price will annr/f you. A NEW ONE WITH A BASEMENT. Lovely spacious home; w/w carpeting, 3 big bedrooms, 3 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, central air. Shown by appoinunent only. ONLY $13,000.00 buys 6 room modern ranch home, west side location. Carpeted living room, 3 bedrooms, large kitchen, family room, beautiful bath with buUt in vanity; corner lot, carport, utility room, oil heat Shown by appointment only. ONLY $500.00 DOWN, modem home. Base fine location close t Priced to sell. AAI Me rent buys 5 room ftli dlf LU '" 1II!tCe > storm windows, school and high school. WE GET THE JOB DONE! LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US— A: -:> : : : ^>>:^' : :;:;:>::;:-:;:;:;:;:;^^f>:- • ?8S5K ._..>-..v> ONLY $500 00 DOWN, balance like rent buys 3 bedroom modern home, west side location. Paved street, basement, gas heat; full lot. Close to shoe factory. Priced right. EASY TERMS. 4 rooi cation; built in e; furnace; full lot. Inu •a home, west side lo- 1, basement, new gas ession LINCOLN SCHOOL DISTRICT. Beautiful older 5 room all modern home; mAAi .m ted inside and out, new w/w carpeting in 1 Alll " and dining room, new bath fixtures, full " WBr lent, new gas furnace and water heat, storm windows; garage. 15 ACRES—5 room modern home; basement, stoker heat, 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 heat, living room with fireplace; double garage, Binall banu Fine location north—priced • right. WANTED: LISTINGS. WE HAVE BUYERS WAITING. VIRGIL T. BAILEY, Inc. FHA Loans and Gl Loans Available We will make you a CASH OFFER for your Home or Farm "FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS" Tenth and Harrison —— Phone 242-4380 Immediate possession—Lovely 6 room ranch. Large carpeted living room, dining space, nice built in kitchen, S bedrooms, 1V 2 baths, utility room, oil heat, attached garage. Lincoln school district — No. 22 North Highland East. Only .1818,500. • Woodland—5 acres, lake; elegant 7 room tri-level home. Beautiful w/w carpets, dining space, charming built in kitchen, stove, oven, disposal, 3 nice bedrooms, large family room, 2 ceramic tiled baths, utility room, gas heat, central air conditioned; 3-car garage—4 miles east on new Highway 15. See this one. Very attractive 7 room raneh, brick and frame; w/w carpets, large living room, 3 bedrooms, charming family room, bar, built in itchen and kbath, inter-com system, utility room, oil heat; patio—3113 Apple street. Immediate possession. Tri-level, brick and frame. Carpeted living room arid dining room, beauti A A| |% • kitchen, stove, oven, 1 roomy bedrooms, fa % til II l'/ 2 baths, utility rorm, gas heat; attached'! 6 Sunset Drive. Priced to sell. Very livable 5 rooms. Large living, room, kitchen cabinets and bath, 2 bedrooms, utility room, gas heat. 2298 Perkins. Choice location. Beautiful 6 room brick; w/w carpets, huge living room, fireplace, dining room, large bedrooms; 2 baths, nice kitchen, breakfast nook, gas hot water heat, attached garage, tiled porch. 1909 Richview Road. Good 6 room bungalow, A AI B % as furnace; garage. Lin- bath, 3 bedrooms, b %U|_|I floors, kitchen cabinets, coin school district.* lin Avenue. Cozy 6 room ranch. Tile floors, nice built in kitchen and bath, 3 bedrooms, gas heat; carport. No. 21 southeast Crescent. Ideal for retirement—5 rooms; bath, .pantry, porch, garage. 223 Opdyke Avenue. Only $3000. Lovely 6 room ranch. C **| |% ng room, built in kitolimi arid bath, 3 betlroon Nlil II : ; attached garage, large lot. 3225 Wildrose. sell. Outstanding 7 room bi-ick and frame ranch. Nice w/w 'Carpets, large living room, dining room, lovely butt* in kitchen, 3 bedrooms, extra nice paneled family room, V/z baths, large patio, utility room, gas heat; 2-car carport. 608 Pear street. Good 5 room bungalow. Hardwood floors, roomy kitchen, basement, oil heat; garage. 2425 College. Exciting 4 rooms. Newly decorated, new w/w carpets, nice built in kitchen and bath, full basement, gas heat; carport. 2814 Mannen. Only $10,000. MORTGAGE MONEY IS AVAILABLE SEE US FOR ONE OF THE LARGEST SELECTIONS OF REAL ESTATE IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS SEE A. HAROLD LOGAN C. WILLIAMS & RICHARDSON Broker Salesman 315 S. 10th LELAND ELLIOTT, Salesman JOHN H. CROSS, Salesman 242 0251 242-0252

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