Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 27, 1956 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 27, 1956
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PA.GU FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Obituary Mrs. N. Silveus In ill health lor (ho past tlirrr months, Mrs. Nellie M. Silveus. wife Of John J. Silvrus of 238 South Dooloy Dr.. died at 10:10 p.m. Thursday in Barnes Hospital, St. Louis. Mo. Slip WHS 6:i. Mrs. Silveus had been a patient in Barnes Hospital since June 27, and prior to that had been hospitalized at Alton Memorial and in Wood River Township hospitals. She was born at Berdan, III.. Feb. 17, 1893. She moved from Decatur to Alton in 1927 and prior to moving to the Dooley drive home, eight months ago, she had resided for a number of years at 1124 Milnor St. In addition to her husband, she is survived by six sons, Harold, Rosewood Heights; Clarence, Pekin; Edward R., Murphysboro; Bernard L., John T. and Clifford E., all of Alton; three daughters, Mrs. Lucille JMayherry. Dppalur- Mrs—Eve«. John C Bell lyn Sehindewolf, and Mrs. Marvin Meisenheimer, Alton; four brothers, John Kelly, East Alton; Clarence, Godfrey Township: Elmer, Havana, and Edward of Pekin; a sister, Mrs. Molly Toberman, East. St. Louis, and 19 grandchildren. The body is at Morrow-Quinn Mortuary where friends may call after 1 p.m. Sunday. Funeral rites will be conducted Monday at 10 a.m. at the Mortuary by the Rev. M. M. Brewer, pastor of Wood River Assembly of God Church. Burial will be in Valhalla Memorial Park. Mrs. L Swain Mrs. Lillian Pearl Swain, 8S, of 2600 Amelia St., died Thursday at 9:15 p. m. following an extended illness. She had been hospitalized since March. Mrs. Swain was the widow of John C. Swain. Her husband, a former railroad man, died in 1926. A son, Fred C. Swain, was operator for many years of the Swain Service Station and garage on Amelia street. She was born Sept. 23, 1867, in Houston, Tex., and had resided in Alton for the past 57 years. Surviving in addition to her son, Fred, are a granddaughter, Mrs. Florence llch of Alton, and four great-grandchildren. The body is at Streeper Funeral Home, 2044 State St., where friends may call after 7 p. m. today. Funeral rites, will be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. in the funeral home, atfer which the body will be interred in Upper Alton Cemetery. Mrs. A. Machota Mrs. Anna Machota, mother of Miss Lena Machota who has lived at the home of Mrs. L. M. Carr at 623 Blair Ave., for 30 years, died Wednesday night in the Staunton Hospital. The body of Mrs. Machota Is at Williamson Funeral Home, Staunton, where friends may call. Rites will be conducted Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m. in Staunton. John Collins <Jack> Roll, Sf>. of 705 Adams Coi'i-t. died at 7:20 a m. today in Alton Memorial Hospital. He was born in Flat Fiver. Mo., Oft. 13. 1S69. Surviving arr> three daughters. Mrs. Lillir Johnson. Mrs. Violet Savagr. Mrs. lloxo fcvans; three sons, Jam«*s. Akin and Harry, and a stop-son. Jack Marshall, all of Alton: four sisters, Mrs. Adtlie Paschal. Wood River; Mrs. Orppha Repinre. E. Alton; Mrs, Annie Nicholson and Mrs. Nellie Bennrd, ;ill of Louisiana, Mo.; 3K grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Mrs. Ma,ry Pansy Patterson Bell prPrt'ded her husband in death, Deo. 9, 19-14. They were married in Louisiana. Mo., in 1905. Mr. Bell, tor many years an employe of Noll's Bakery, and in Alton for 60 years, had been ill for two months. He was a member of the Baptist Church. The body is at Smith Funeral Home, where friends may call after 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Funeral rites by pastor of the Brown Street Baptist Church, the Rev. Howard K. Miller, will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. in Smith Funeral Home, Alton. Burial will be in Upper Alton Cemeteiy. . F. Strebel ALTON Main * E4w»r«> JOHN (Jack) COLLINS BELL Mon., 2:00 p.m Funeral Home WOOD BIVER 80S Loreni WALTER MEYER Saturday, Z p.m funeral Ham* JULIUS ANDERSON Saturday, a p.m. Funeral Home JERSEYVILLE-William Fred Strebel, 47, died unexpectedly at his home in Beverly Hills, Calif., Thursday at 8 p. m. He was the son of William P. Strebel of Brighton and the late Mrs. Sarah Sinclair Strebel. He is survived by his father; his widow, Mrs. Anna Strebel; three sons, William John, Godfrey; John Sinclair, U. S. Army; Richard Lee, Cincinnati; two brothers, Kenneth and Theodore of Jerseyville; two sisters, Mrs. Raymond Piggott of Medora and Airs. Herman Schneider of Brighton, and four grandchildren. Arrangements for the funeral will be made after arrival of the body at Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home here. J. P. McCaherty WHITE HALL — James Paul McCaherty, 79, of White Hall, a retired farmer, died at 2:30 a.m. today in a Jacksonville hospital. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Emma McCaherty; four children; 12 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. The body is at Dawdy Funeral Home pending rites which will be held Monday at 9 a. m. in All Saints Church, here. Burial will be in White Hall Cemetery. Sister DeSales Funeral services for Sister Mary DeSales Brune, 63, a sister of the late Msgr. J. J. Brune, will be held Saturday at 8:30 a. m. in St. Mary of the Angels Convent, 1100 Bellevue Ave., Richmond Heights, Mo. Sister Mary DeSales died Wednesday of a heart ailment in Ironton, Mo. She had been in retirement for several years and was a former superior of St. Mary of the Ozarks Hospital, in Ironton. Msgr. Brune was pastor of St. Mary's Church in Alton, who died May 31, 1954, after celebrating Memorial Day mass in St. Joseph's Cemetery. II} man Infant Graveside rites were conducted at 10 a. m. today in Upper Alton Cemetery for Sue Ann Hyman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hyman of 935 Marshall St., by the Rev. Harry B. Jensen. The baby died .Thursday in Christian Welfare Hospital, East St. Louis, and prior to that had been a patient in Wood River Township Hospital since birth, July 24. Survi\ing in addition to her parents arc a brother, Lonnie Edward; her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hyman of Godfrey: her maternal prnnrlparents, Mr. and Mrs, j.lamef. E. Batty of Wood River, anrl the following great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James E, Ratty, Hettick: William Hyman, Alton, and Cornelius Frabaugh, Hagerman. Sterling Laiifje Rites Scheduled Sunday HARDIN — Funeral services for Sterling Lange, 53. Kampsville carpenter, who died Wednesday night in DePatil Hospital, St. Louis. Mo., of injuries suffered Tuesday by the accidental discharge of a rifle, will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. in Hanks Chapel, Hardin, by the Rev. A. 0. Kaul, Lutheran minister. Burial will be in Silver Creek Cemetery. The body is at the chapel where friends may call afler 2 p.m. Saturday. —Mi 1 . Langu, wlio was born in St. Louis, Mo., was a son of the late Henry Lange and Anna Ellcnber- ger Lange. Surviving are his mother and a sister, Mrs. Lucille Ruyle of Kampsville. George E. Chappell Rites Conducted The body of George E. Chappell was interred in Valhalla Memorial Park at 2 p.m. today following rites in Gent Cuapel, by the Rev. W. Freeman Privett, pastor of Cherry Street Baptist Church. Mrs. Evelyn Clayton was accompanist for Mrs. Fred Middlecoff, soloist. Grandsons served as pallbearers: They were Ifcjold Patterson, Russell Patterson Jr., Robert Chappell, Maurice Chappell, Earl Schmidt and Robert White. Harold H. Hartmann Rites Conducted Funeral rites for Harold H. Hartrnann, 49, of 410 E. Ninth St., were conducted at 10 a.m. today in St. Mary's Church with the Rev. Father James Suddes as celebrant of the requiem high mass. The Rev. Father August Sperl assisted Father Suddes at committal services in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Charles Bridgeman, H. A. Wardein, John Lawliss, Larry Hauck, Willard Groves and Fire Chief James Lewis. James E. Crofton Rites Conducted The Rev..Father Everett Kowalski was celebrant at rites for James E. Crofton, Tuesday morning. The Rev. Father Patrick Wright had the committal rites in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Pallbearer were William Noblett, Leonard Ladendorf, D. F. Eggleston, Robert Eggleston, Jack Flori and George Karnes. Patricia Ann Kelley Rites Conducted Funeral services for six-year- old Patricia Anne Kelley, who died following an automobile accident Tuesday, were held this morning at Friendship General Baptist Church in East Alton, The Rev. O. Tarrell Thompson, pastor of the church, officiated, assisted by the Rev. William F. Bonn of First Baptist Church of East Alton. Solos were sung by Mrs. Thompson, wife of the pastor, and Alba Mahaney. Marcia and Sharon Sietz sang a duet. All were accompanied by Mrs. Virgil Bodenbach at the piano. Burial was in Roselawn Memorial Gardens in Bethalto. Pallbearers were Judy Jones, Franny Errandi, Susan Hale, Sandra Mullady, Dixie Arview and Paula Weese. CARD OP THANKS CLARA SUE WATKINS—We With to exprcn thanks and appreciation to •11 our frlendt, neighbors and relatives who were so kind during our recent bereavement. We especially »l*h to (hank Rev. Twlnhafel. the pallbearers, those who sent cards, flower*, drove to rl*ht City, and assisted In any way. HusDant and Family. « MONP1HENTH - CT.M. LOTi HARMON MONUMENT SALES 819 Acton Ave. Wood River. 111. Markers and Monuments. All prices. Phone 4-8584 — 2-5375 PER&ONAL* AIXIOHOMCS ANONYMOUS — Write P.O. Box 197, Alton, 111., or call 3-0533 LANDERS DETECTIVE AGENCY Confidential Investigations. All type*, anywhere. Licensed A bonded. Call day or night. Granlt* City. III. Ph. Triangle 7-3530. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Ncwcomeri Group 75 Lindenwood Or!v», E«it Alton, HI. Ph. 2-0810 II LOST - 8TRATKD-STOtBN NAVY PAY DAY — Big day for Illinois Navy recruits when they make their first trip to the Navy paymaster. These Illinois Navymen are members of the "Illini," an AJl-Illinois-Missouri Navy recruit company in its fifth week of training at the San Diego Naval Center. With hats turned inside out to facilitate identification from the name tags inside they are from left: Seaman Recruits Jerald Lawler, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Lawler, 803 W. Gallatin, Vandalia, and Don Leady, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Leady, 77 S. Center, East Alton 100 UNION STORE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS CORNER BROADWAY AND MAIN JUICE FREESTONE - ELBERTA PEACHES Half Ptek •other Rudy for Eating - Red Potatoes -59° GOOD COOKERS Golden Rip* Large New 5"39c I APPLES . . 85c Half Uushcl Basket UOMIVAY & MAIN DRIVE-IN PRODUCE Private Rites Held For Anderson Child HARDIN — Private funeral rites were held at 10 a.m. today in Hanks Chapel for Howard K. Anderson, 20 r month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson. Burial was in Pleasant Hill cemetery with the Rev. Lowell A. Manchester officiating. The baby died Wednesday. Mrs. Anderson is the former Miss Vivien Howland. News of Grains Prices Move To Higher Level By WILLIAM FERRIS CHICAGO W) — Grains moved higher in moderately active dealings on the Board of Trade today, paced by corn and soybeans. Firm demand for cash grain, increasing reports about dryness in parts of Iowa, large enrollment in the soil bank plan and rumors efforts were being made to expand the government's new wheat export policy to corase grains spurred the buying. Some traders also thought there may have been some short-covering based on Suez Canal developments, but most grain experts did not consider this an important market influence in grains. Wheat and rye eased early but came ahead toward the finish. Estimated carlot receipts at Chicago: wheat 133, corn 108, oats 133, rye 1, barley 14, soybeans 9. CHICAGO Uft—Wheat No 2 red 2,13^; No 3 red 2.12^; No 2 hard 2.12'/i; No 2 yellow hard 2.12; No 3 mixed 2.10Vi. Corn No 1 yellow 1.61; sample grade yellow 1.56. Oats No 1 white heavy 77-7814; No 3 white heavy 77%; No 1 extra heavy white 79; No 1 white 75 ?i- ] /4. Soybean oil 12; soybean meal 52.50-53.00. Barley nominal: malt 1.30-40; feed 92-1.12. CHICAGO W>— High Low Close Prev.Close Wheat Sep 2.16";, 2.14?; 2.16-16i/ 8 2.15 Dec 2.20% 2.19% 2.20%-% 2.19% Mar 2.22% 2.2iy s 2.22}a 2.21'i May 2.201/s 2.18% 2.19%-20 2.18% Corn Sep 1.48% 1.47U 1.48%-% 1.46% Dec 1.39% 1.37% 1.39%-% 1.37% Mar 1.43% 1.41% 1.43% 1.41V 2 May 1.461/a 1.44% 1.46Va 1.44% Oats Sep .73% .72% .73-72% .72% Dec .75% .75% .75%-% .75% Mar .76% .75 % .76% .75% May .76% .75% .75%-% .75U Rye Sep 1.40H 1.38 1.39%-"i 1.38%' Dec 1.43% 1.41 1.42?i-43 1.41% Mar 1.44% 1.42% 1.44% 1.43% May 1,44% 1.42% .144% 1,44 Soybeans Sep 2.4614 2.43% 2.451,4-46 2.43% Nov 2.42% 2.39% 2.41%-% 2.39% Jan 2.45% 2.43 2.45%-45 2.42% Mar 2.47% 2.45% 2.47% 2.45 Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCK YARDS, 111. M*-(USDA) — Hogs 7,000; mixed U. S. No 1, 2, 3 200-250 Ib 17.00-50; 17.25 most popular price; about 200 head mostly No 1, 2 around 195-200 Ib 17.75; highest since June 15; mixed grade 250-270 Ib 16.75-17.00; few to 17.25; 170-190 Ib 16.00-75; few to 17.00; 150-170 Ib 15.25-16.25; 120-140 Ib 13.25-15.00: sows 400 Ib down 14.25-15.25; few smooth light weights 15.50; heavier sows 12.0013.75; boars over 250 Ib 7.00-9.25; lighter weights to 10.25. Cattle 800, calves 500; butcher yearlings in small lots of standard and good at 17.00-20.00; very few individuals -to 21.50; utility and commercial cows 11.00 - 13.00; largely 11.50 up; canners and cutters 8.50-11.50; utility and commercial bulls 12.00-14.50; dinners and cutters 9.00-12.00; choice veal- ers largely 18,00-22.00; few prime individuals to 23.00; commercial and good 14.00-17.00; cull and low commercials 9.00-13.00. News of Stocks Oils, Steels, Rails, Motors Leaders NEW YORK W) — Oils, steels, motors and rails continued to lead the stock market lower late this afternoon. Oils dipped sharply on news of Egypt's seizure of the Suez Canal following the cue of the London market which dosed at the day's lows. —•• Steels, low^g after their recent rise, steadied only momentarily after news came of the industry's iabor agreement. Volume was estimated at around 2,200,000 shares compared with 2,060,000 Thursday. Prices of leading issues were off from fractions to around two points but losses were much wider in oils. Gulf, with its interests in the Persian Gulf area, was down as much as 9% points at .we time. Bethlehem Steel 'took a two- point setback, chiseling a point off its earlier loss. U. S. Steel and Youngstown were off more than a point each. General Motors and Chrysler slipped about a point each. Among rails, Union Pacific and Illinois Central fell more than a point each. Leading chemicals and metal; also were down. U. S. government beads rose. .11 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1:30 p.m. quotations on eleven New York Stock Exchange issues research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area, as supplied to the Alton Evening Telegraph by Newhard, Cook & Co., from its Alton branch office. (The New York Exchange closes daily at 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations): AT&T 184%, Gen. Motors 45%, Granite City Steel 44%,. Olin Mathieson Chemical 58%, Owens- Illinois 78%, Shell Oil -85%, Sinclair Oil 67%, Socony 59%, Std. Oil (Ind.) 60%, Std. OU (NJ) 60%, U. S. Steel 62%. Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS UR — Produce and live poultry: Eggs, wholesale grades, stand ards 34-35, dirties and checks 2225, unclassified (55-lb min) 25-27. Processed poultry, full drawn iced: fiyers and broilers del St. Louis 32%-33%. Other prices unchanged. New Russian Car U Moskva LONDON tf) — Moscow radio says the Soviet automobile industry has produced a new seven- passenger luxury model the Mos- kva—which is air conditioned. LKOAL NOTICES NOTICE OP CLAIM DATE Notice U hereby given to all persons thut the first Monday in September, 1050, in the Claim Date In the estate of WILLIAM DEE, Deceased, pending in the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois,, and that claims may be filed against the liaid estate on or before eaid date without Issuance of suinmonn. Dated thin Itith day of July, 1036. GEORGE M. LAMMKRS, Executor Attest: DALE HILT, Probate Clerk. 1, H. STREEPKM, III, Attorney. July au, ST. Aug. 3 ANNOUNCEMENTS IN MEMORIAM IN LOVING MEMORY—Of our dear son, John M. Traunecker, who departed this life July 27, 19S2: Our hearts could not forget you, cleiu-, Not even If we tried. Because in all our dreams, You are forever at our side. No matter where we tfo, We sec your smllint, face. And there is nothing else for ui, Whatever time or space. We see you in the hours That are part of every dty; We hear your voice replying . To every word we say. Though your t>mil« is gone forever, And jinn- hand we cannot touch, We shall never lose sweut memory Oi the One we loved »o much. Sadly nijsbed by Mother and Fathi ht-L STRAYED — Black and brown Shepherd dog; wearing collar. Reward. Phone 5-5904. LOST In East Alton, black and red check swim trunks, striped beach towel. Call 5-1928. LOST — Blue Parakeet July 4th. I^eg band No. ABS-8965321C. Liberal reward. Call 3-6546 or 3-3371. 11 NOTICES EFFECTIVE 12.01 A. M., AUGUST 3, 1956—All service from Alton or Wood River to Edwardsvllle, 111., and-all service from Alton or Wood River, 111., to Rosewood Heights, Cottage Hills nnd Bethalto, 111., will be luspended. WOOD RIVER & ALTON BUS LINES, Inc. J. J. RIELLEY, President. WILL SWAr r YoiTEv7nTnew gas or electric clothes dryer for your old ice box when you buy a now Norg« custo- matic refrigerator. Model C-6 135 at the regular price. Alton Skelgas 4 Heating, 911 Milton Road. 2-2765 PICTURE FRAMING — Choose from samples. BLAND ART SHOP, 3025 College, first house east of Shurtleff tennis courts. 3-3715. COLOR FILM—Developed and print. ed PHOTO-ART SHOP 118 N. Wood River Ave.. Ph. 4-6933. Rent a Sewing Machine CENTRAL SEWING MACHINE CO. 14 W Broadway Phone 2-3214 YOUR LICENSE — Passport photo* PHOTO-ART SHOP 118 Wood River Ave., Wood River. 24 HAIRCUTS PER HOUR 6 barbers. Air-conditioned. 9 steps from Kresge bus stop. Bring the children. Shop, save time with or without appointment. 2-6623. OK BARBER SHOP, 210 Piasa. RENTAL SERVICE — We rent punch bowls, cups, chinaware, silverware, and many other items for meetings and receptions. CROWN FIXTURE & SUPPLY CO. Phone 5-5503. IT'S A FACT: No more wax for linoleum coated with Glaxo. Dries quickly, lasts months. Buck's Paint and Floorcovering Store, 655 £ Broadway. YOU will find Berlou the best moth spray you've ever used. One spraying guaranteed for five years. Nitsche't Drug Store, 639 E. Broad. way. . IT'S terrific the way we're selling BLUE LUSTRE tor cleaning nig* and upholstery. Young Dry Goods Co. I1A •IDEM WANT 3 RIDERS to California. Leaving first of week. Phone a-1297. EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED-HALE TAXI DRIVERS — Apply in person, Ham & Merv Ttxi Co. AIR Agent Trainee to «300. Train for airport management, for traffic sales to age 29, Air.orce experience credited. Call ALTON 2-7583. BOY CURBS—Must be 16 or over. Appl/ afternoons only. 300 E. Elm, Alton. WE HAVE an exceptional opportunity for nn aggressive young man 21-30 as sales trainee for manufacturing Co. Must be neat, nice personality, and ability to meet the public. Good salary with wonder.r ful future. Apply Saturday 9-12 noon or Phone for appointment. Greater Alton Employment Service. 205 West Third. U HELP WANTED — FEMALE GENERAL OFFICE GIRL — 18 - 35. Experienced. Light dictation, good typist, downtown. Good salary plu« bonus. Apply Greater Alton Employment Service. 205 West Third. EMPLOYEES—To work at Marvel Restaurant. Experience necessary. Must be neat and fast. Apply West End Cafe, 136 W st Broadway. WAITRESS WANTED—Apply after 6 p.m. 18 So. 6th, Wood River. BEAUTICIANS—Must be experienced, tor Princess Beauty Salon, Full or part time. 4-0332. WANTED—Someone to care for two boys, 3 and 4, 5 days a week, 9 to 5. Walking distance of Alton high school. Write Box 990, care Telegraph. WAITRESS WANTED, apply in per•on, Mineral Springs Hotel. WANT RELIABLE MAN for general maintenance and yard work. Steady employment. All interested applicant! apply Illinois State Employment office. AIRLINE BEGINNERS Worldwide Airline now forming August clas* for pauenger service personnel. Growing from 1250 to »300. Airport or City ticketing or reservation! requires attractive tin- tie (or divorced i girl to ageg 20. Call ALTON 3-7983. WIDOW Wants Someone to Share home and help car* for 3 children. Call 3-4343. l» HELP WTD.—MALE * FEMALE Man or woman to deliver Eagle Stamps to retailers in Alton and Wood River, two days a week. Must have auto. Must be neat and accurate with figures. Salary and car expense. - Write or phone ALTON DIVISION, EAGLE STAMP COMPANY, St. Louis. Mo. •ALE8HEN SALESMEN—We need 2 men with experience in insurance or allied fields. Only men interested in a future need apply. Liberal commission plus nospitailzatlon and retirement plan /or those who qualify. Write Box 9BO, ure Telegraph. 81 SITUATION WTU - MALE EXPERIENCED OFFICE MAN, desires clerical wurl. of any kind. Excellent referencet>. Write box 960 car* Telegraph. <<ITH vrioNH WTD WILL CARE for ' or 2 children. Light housework. Stay. 2-2821. the day. 3-3675. __ _ RELIABLE colored lady wants housework or Ironing. 2-0280. FINANCIAL USINESS OPPOBTUNITIH FOR SALE or LEASE—Tavern and 3 room apartment, downtown Grafton. Phone 85. Grafton. VENETIAN HLINU* Aluminum Storm Window* and Door* Aluminum FiberglM and Canvw Awnlng» Siding »nd In- nulatlon (free estimate*. Sieve Zlmmer. 8-leua *r »-B»W. Carlinvtll* *>43- V OUT! * ZIMMEft Hem* ImprwiMit Co. ROAP TO ^SffiS£Ki!,v«« "CAFTBOsiNESr^3iOO~ Located on Broadway. A well equipped cafe that will teat about 1R P*°- ple. Owner has operated this cafe for years and done well. Owner eell- ing because of 111 health. GLEM NOLL AGENCY 849 E. Broadway Office Ph. 3-6621 Evenings please call DICKMANN 2-3454 GRENZEBACK 2-4788 BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR SALE— 2602 College Avenue, Corner 01 College and Mam Streets. Lot 100'x- 140' Large brick building suitable for us* as nursing home or other business purposes Suitable financing nw be arranged. Contact GERMAN1A SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N 617 Bast Broadway, Alton. iilinoio. T>I BIG OPPORTUNITY GROCERY BUSINESS & FIXTURES —7 miles east of Alton on Highway location Well established, doing a big business *7000 Fully equipped garage and late model heavy duty tow truck, plus 5 room all modern home, and 3 room house with garage. Situnted on approximately 1V« acres. All for $16.000 GROCERY STORE — Price Includes stod- fixtures, business and equipment. Price $3250 DOWNTOWN Wood River location. Brick building, 33' x 120'; 33' plnte glass front, two truck drlve-in doors. New roof Long-time established plumbing business Will sell building and business separately or together. CLIFFORD B. McGAUGHEY Real Estate Agency ?all office anytime—4-0321 Or Bethalto DUdley 4-6331 :OTTAGE HILLS Nice small grocery store, doing good business. Will soil atock and fixtures. Contract for deed. Price $2,000. Sl.OOO down. For further information call our office. BILL JOHNSON AGENCY 2-9765 SERVICE STATION for lease. Highway 159 and Central Ave., Wood River, 111. New and modern. Small Investment for reputable party. Call or write Gulf Oil Corp., OA. 1-8516, StLouis, Mo. Mr. T. E. Pry. VERY GOOD BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY — $17,000 ONLY $5,000 DOWN Hood restaurant and tavern business. Both air conditioned. Building is 33x50 feet and is partitioned in the middle to separate the businesses, Each business will easily seat 44 people. Also 8 furnished tourist rooms or living quarters upstairs. Full basement with 3 year old gas furnace. Excellent location on 2 major highways near St. Louis, Near a large subdivision. Also 2 more large subdivisions are planned to be within 5 blocks distance. Owners have operated this business for about 20 years. Selling because of 111 health. For $41,500 you can buy building and business with $8,000 down payment. This includes an additional 170 foot frontage and 138 feet deep which ii valuable commercial property. Also a small building In rear being rented. Owners requested us to give out further details only by appointment with us at your home or in our office. CLEM NOLL — REALTOR S49 E. Broadway Office Ph. 3-6621 Evenings please call DICKMANN .. 2-8454 GRENZEBACK . 2-47&S PERSONAL SERVICE DRESSMAKING — TAILORING CUSTOM-MADE DP/PES—Lined or unljned. Worfc guaranteed. Ph. 5-9236 CUSTOM - MADE SLIP COVERS — Work guaranteed. Mn. Hale. Phone 4-6908. 11 LAUNDERING BUSINESS SERVICE BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS HAVE YOUR CAR SIMONIZED — Very reasonable.' Only $12.00. Call JZ-2916. TREE SERVICE — Trees removed, trimmed or topped. Free estimates. Fireplace wood and kindling for (ale. Light hauling. Phone 2-0811 or 3-8587. LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED AND Adjusted. 617 Spring, Alton. FURNACE CLEANING GILLENWATER dial 3-830*. CORK LINOLEUM - Rubber or asphalt floor tile, expertly laid. Reasonable. Free estimate. 4-3325. ALTON AREA Sewer and Septic Tank Cleaning Service Call STAMP'S SEWER SERVICE 2-4420. 824 Henry Modern electric and vacuum equipment for cleaning clogged sewers and septic tank. Fully insured. SEWERS CLOGGED? DIAL 4-0513 OR 4-5654 HAMPSEY'S SEWER SERVICE Modern Equipment — 24 Hour Service, Work Guaranteed We clean toilet stools, wash basins and sink drains, septic tanks, and laterals installed. BUSINESSJERVIC^ SEWER TROUBLES Dial 4-8921 or 4-3181 JIM'S SEWER SERVICE 52 West PimnlnH, Wood River Alton Area Also. 24-hour service. Work guaranteed. Sink drains, toilet stonh cleaned, installation of septicjanks & sewer*. GUTTERING Spouting, Furnace Repairs, Free estimate* WHITE;S_TW_SHOP^ »-"«-. WATER WfiLLS' DRILLED - Experienced tervlce. Pumps Installed. Financing nrrnnged rohn E. Revnoldo. Phone Alton 2-2016. .. „«„.-*.,.™ — WORK -f a ^ h plastering, chimney work. Reliable. 2-54Z9 . CARPENTER WORK-Roofins, Siding, repair nnd remodeling. Free estimates 4-8517 or 4-3618. B. G. Wright. ST DECORATING INTERIOR and exterior pnintlnK. Wallpaper rleaned, walls washed. Free estimate*. 2-01171, 2-3141.__.._*_ CARPENTRY'— Hemoilel. kitchen planning, siding and roofing Porch or breezeway enclosure. Reliable. 4-4R76. No answer, rail 2-9727. PAINTING — Interior and Exterior. Repairing and remodeling. Insured. Terms can be arrnnjjed. Ask (or Dave._4-R106. 'PATEH~HANtfiNGf and" p'nintlng. Save. money Call Par 1 McGuiRKan. 3-8704 or 2-5477. FLOOR"SANDING "" And Rellnishing. Kor free estimate!, phone EMJL WETSTE1N. • r '-'»^__ irts PAINTING -Intelloi. repair work. Quality work at renon- able rate. 2-2901. Kor INSIDE or OUTSITK PAINTING Free csllmntPs^ Cnll_4-5«B5. __ FAINTING oY~ali kinds. Exterior and Interior. 5-1B14 ORVILLE GILLELAND PAINTING—Interior Phone 5-1170. ana exterior. PAINTING—Interior, exterior, patch olasterlng Free estimates Ph. 2-S429 INTERIOR and exterior decorating. Plastering, patch plastering, removing wallpaper. Free estimate!). 2-8664. K5 RADIO -TV KKIMIR ARCHER RADio~~* SERVICE. Evening! or weekends. Service on all makes. Dail 4-2457. 122 Bender, K;ist Alton. TV REPAIR " DAY OR NIGHT Quick & Dependable Service Phone 2-7511 WEBER TV A APPLIANCE 2507 State HEATING A PLUMBING IF YOU HA Vt a coal furnace, let us clean It now If you want to change to automatic heat let us give you • free estimate on new conversion burnera or on complete heating system. WISEMAN PLUMBING & HKATING SUPPLIED 112JI R. Broadway Phone 2-9294 STOBAGK — MOVING PRES BELCHER MOVERS 1018 ELLlOT'l S'l. LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE Barrels and Cartons (or Packing _ Dial 3-7630 or i!-«MO H. A. NEVLIN MOVING STORAGE ACROSS l'Hfc STREET ACROSS CHE COUNTRV LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE lim Washington Ave- OKI a-0633 RENTALS SLEEPING ROOMS SLEEPING ROOM for lady. 1126 Main. Phone 3-3974. LARGE CLEAN ROOM—Window fan, near bath. On bus line near East Alton 'Post Office. 4-3408. NICE COOL ROOM — Y, block from bus. B44 Danforth. 5-9252. UPPER ALTON _ Cool sleeping room next to bath, in large, insulated home. 2 bus lines. 1 block from bujt- ness district Phone and laundry privileges- Kitchen available. Ph. 3-7058. 2631 College. NICE CLEAN ROOMS for 1 or 2 gentlemen, adjoining bath Private entrance, gas heat, one block to bus line and restaurants. Day workers preferred. 4-K909. SLEEPING ROOM—^Downtown. PrT vatc home. Employed lady. Phone Ii-6940. FRIDAY, JULY 27.19 5fi RENTALS ROOM AND BOARD IF YOU WANT to give your biTV good, comfortable, clean. quiet horn. with good home cooked meal. laundry done, reasonable, tend him to me. Phon* 4-5850. lm COMFORTABLE— Quiet norne~MSn" women pensioners. Private pcnni. Social Security. Disability, disabled veterans. Pleasant turroundlnes Good food, 108 Pleasant, Jer»ev' vllle. Mrs. Elliott. Phonejotj' y " NICE CtKAN COOL ROOMS Boni jmeala Close In. 628 Alby, ' " IB VPABTMKNTg"- FLAT* ^^ APARTMENT— 3 rooms, newly dec" orated. 1 bath. Can be seen Friday and Saturday morning. 3237 Oak. wood. 3 ROOMS and private batnTHeiTaiid water furnished. $55 month Cm! 3-301)0 or 2-3948 after 8 p.m. ' APT. Private ba"th7~$36"w month. 506 State St. ' ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS— New 3 "room modern apt. Air conditioned, s'.ove refrigerator, water furnished $71 month. Ninth street, close to Airlin. Dr. Phone 2-9816 or 4-5546. WOOD RIVER — Roomy — piriviite~1 room apt and garage. Close t 0 f^jL school. Lincoln school and bun lln. 4-n:«)4. _ ___ iT UNFURNISHED water furnished, $10 week. 133 i]!i no); Ave., East Alton. 4-5436. 3 ROOMS, unfurnished71nodernr"G a ,' nnd heat furnished. 4-5347 after S:30 p.m. T~R"OOM APT. for rer7t7Yo¥~McCiure' Call 3-C480. 3 ROOM unfurnished apt. Heal and water furnished. 2-1653. water, stove, refrigerator. Larxt -peseta, bath, $55. 2-3163. 3'. , "LARGE ROOMS — Pri"vn"t«~^n7 trance and bath, closets, $35 mo 3-7BU7, ____ ^^ MODERN 3-ROOM APT. — AufoT malic Kas heat, filHA Spring si 3-3230 __ _ ___ 3 ROOMS $28 Water fu7ni7ned~gf N. Main, Wood River. ' , elecCie stove furnished. 12 E. Penning Wood River. 4-3271. FIIIST FLOOR— 3 room "modern a'pC Hot water. Will furnish. Hartford. Coll noon hour or after 5 p.m. 4-3031 6-R~661vr~DUPLEx" — Large roomT A-l condition, garage. Heat and water furnished; available about Aug. 1st. Adults. Apply 518 X, «| n St. 3"ROOM MODERN APT.— Newiy~d«£ orated. 410 Ohio, East Alton, MODERN— 3 & 4 room apts. PrivaU bath fc entrance. Phone 3-0723. 3 ROOMS— Heat & water, utove * refrigerator furnished. Phone 4-19-a, WINKLER APTS. 700 Alby, 5-room. laundry privilege. a LARGE aNTURNISHED $25 mo. East Alton. 306 George. Ph 2-3597 MODERN 3 room apartment. Private entrance and both. Good location. Adults only. S-5720^ _ 2 UNFURNISHED"" BOOMS — semC modern. Cabinets, gas heat, nice yard. Phone a-7454. UPSTAIRS APT.— 3 rooms and bath? 2-8213. After 6, 5-1250. 3 ROOM upstairs npt. and bath Private entrance. 2 mllei out of North Alton. 2-0624. NEAR ROXANA THEATRE 3 ROOMS AND BATH—Tile floor! cabinets, gas stove, hot water heat otherwise unfurnished. First floor Private entrance. Nice. $40. Apt.' No. 2, Stccker Apts. 113 E. 3rd, Ko.x- ana. 5-9487. 5 ROOM APT.—Gas heat, automatic hot water. Private entrance. Newly decorated. 423 Ohio, East Alton. 3-R,OOM APT. — Unfurnished. Private entrance, bath. Heat and water furnished. Phone 4-4392. 815 COLLEGE—2 room prlvateTbatiii and entrance. Newly redecorated, ?30 month. Open evenings and all day Saturday. WORDEN APTS. — 1103 Washington, 3 or 3 room efficiency. Now available. Hange, refrigerator, water, heat furnished. «4 FURNISHED APARTMENTS 2 ROOMS — Furnished, adults'. .'•?.• gas heat an d water. 703 Washington. 2-1740. PLEASANT SLEEPING ROOM, Upper Alton. Adjoining bath, kitchen and laundry privilege!. Phone 2-B307. ' ROOM 4NO BOARD HOOM AND BOARD for aged men and women. Comfortable home, good food, pleasant surroundings. Phone Brighton 20R. or write COLONIAL HOME Box 146, Brighton, Illinois. A Complete Venetian Buntf Repair Service rOH I VMHIAN HJNM CAU Russill Venetian Blind Mf* C.o 011 Milton aoad. Phon. 5-59M Bui Direct (torn factor) and Save HANSEN MEAT MARKET Home Killed Meats 1 CHOICE BEEF SALE Front Qunrlrr ib «t> c Hind Quarttr, Ib. SSo Side, of B«f Ib.lISc Kresh Beef Liver Ib. 16o Theme 437B Jerseyville, III. SPECIALIZING IN WALL and FLOOR TILE PLASTIC - RUBBER ASPHALT — LINOLEUM KoteU or Installed CROXTON BROS. TILE CO. 3-SSM 1409 UUUUKM8 **06» ELECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaners SALES and SERVICE Bonded Representative CHAS. M. IRVIN Phone W.R. 4-79U9 Sat. & Sun. Week Days after 4:30 331 Church, East Alton ASPHALT PAVING "BETTER ano CHEAPER" 0 Driveway* • Playgrounds etc. • Loading Areas • Parking bole No Down Payment—30 Mo*, to Pay IfinPAl ASPHALT PAVING MAnwHL COMPANY ALTON. ILL. PA 2-6B1B COTTAGE HILLS BUILDIHB PRODUCTS Manufacturers of Irikcrett Products (Located on Route J40 Cottage HilU, 111.) Union Made Phone 4-4081 I'laiit open* at 7:30 A. M. to 6:00 P. M. Saturday Till Noon MATERIALS IN THE BRIKCRETE LINES 8" x SW \ 12" ililiU) 4" x 3}i" x !•>" units) •»" x » Si" \ .12" unit.,) \ x 12" units) Visit Our Plant and See Thene Unit*. Plakstoueft 1U" x 8" x 12" x 16", all color. Steel lllock Ansles, «(,>«! Ainjlei, mortar and cement, Uuro-wull reinforcing. General Kleotric Weather Shield witter proofing, l^t „* „!,„„, VOII what thll( water vtoot i n g w. Just call 4-4081 and we will call at your home. No obligation. 1 16" l-lcom 30' Long, a largain $100.00 D'ADRIAN GREENHOUSES ON ROUTE 100 — 2 MILES WEST OF ALTON HOUSE CLEANING SALE IN PROGRESS NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT! SAVE 30 to 50% on IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO PHILODENDRON WITH EACH PURCHASE EXTRA SPECIAL! GERANIUMS OPEN POTS ALL DAY SATURDAY AND FROM 12 NOON SUNDAY

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