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u THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1952 CLASSIFIED PVI.i: Classified ads Musi be in by 12:00 o'clock noon to Guarantee Publication the Same Day — Saturday up to 11:00 a. m. WANTED HELP WANTED TOUVO LADIES—A re 18-20. tr»«I South- lor• ns.iiom.lly knnwn company. lmmw)l»U> d?»w"nr acoun.. Transportation furnUherf. A,«,B 5«0 month))-. Apply Mr. Lulu*. Colonial Homl. WANTEn—-Middle a*" mnn or couple o* trod habit, 10 Hv, I- farm horn, luep house ior Mrterly man. Write Box M. c/o Beri»lcr-Now". _____ ATTENTION LAllIKS—Wo can use 3 women lo dMonn.trntc -ell fcnomn nft- tionalTj »dv ,r.l»«l product-. P« I or part J _fl. W ?!w lnt«Uled only "n »omrn *ho desire an annual income of JB.000 to SloloOO Write Ho* !>., e/o Keg1.U.r.Now». WANTED —ExprrlonoM) white woman tor bou«k«pln« and rooWln.. B dsy «*• Hour. DM a.m. lo 7:00 p.m. Phono 4400. WANTKD — Oir\ for secretarial work. »35 00 -r,U. 100D So. 10th. I 'hono 1780. FOR RENT—Very nice modern B-room tt flelencj duplex apartmant, furnished, rnr«*». 3 mile* from S<ju«re on Hls-hway Phone 3818-W2. « tl FOR RENT—Modem furnished b*_ement apartment, *lolter heat, utllllle* furnished, couple. 2441-EX or 886--J2. 12-1 FO» RENT—3-room unfurnished apart. ment. rood location N*wl/ decorated. Call M2-W after 6 p.m tf FOB RENT—«-room unfurnished apartment Modern except beat Call Walter flj-de. 1200 evenlnr* or Inquire South Side Dnif Store. 601 So 10th It FOR RENT—3-room furnished or unfurnished apartment, beat furnished Phone 4643-W. tl FOR RENT—One, two and three-room apartmenu Phone -04 tf HOUSES FOR RENT—Modern brick home and build- in**. 6 miles south on llcnlon Roail. MO per month. Reference! required. Call 2142-W. 11-30 WANTED—Part time w'rvlce nation mnn. Mu.t he over IS, Apply In person No phone call).. MB So. IQlh. n ;~» WANTED— Man for porter work. Holr) Kmmerson. Sep Mr. Phillip*- » WANTED—Middle need woman to work In borne of elderly couple, any*. Write Box H.H., c/o Kerlsier-Nows. " WANTED Mnture, intolllfrcnt woman for office work. Must take ohort- hand, type, nnd be dependable. Apply to Mr. Muse, Mt. Vernon Radio, and Television Co., Radio Station WMIX, Phono 8500. WANTED—Experienced waitress, Apply In person, _. _ N. Cafe, « SALESMEN 1 MUCSMAN WANTCD — Mamiffloturcr'e representative to eoll nationally known maintenance materials, UNLIMITED COMMISSIONS FOR THE RIGHT MAN. Company In business iili yearn. Territory Mt. Vernon and Southern Illinois area. Applicant mu»t have car am) lie between the ate* of 3B and lift. Contact: Earl W. stab.!. Emmerson Hotel after fl p.m. Friday or anytime Saturday afternoon. 11-20 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED-—Baby fitter days.whllB mother wortts, CM) 1)04. U-S6 CUBAN CONCRETE. »ara«o floor* and inline elation*. Sand blaetlnir. Steam clean- in*-, and spray paJntlnF, trailers and truck*. Free estimate. W. K. Puraloy, Phono 0278. 336 N. Broadway, Cnntralla. 111. 12-2 COT AND KD FUO'VA —Palntln. Inside and out. Wall Washing, Paper HnnttlnK and etoamlm- oft paper. Phone 4B8S-W or aono-w. 12-0 WANTED—Practical miming by experienced and callable person. Phone 177T, 11-25 rOB UPHOMTBRY and furniture repair. . in*. Phone 0S8-W. J. Ii, Winfreo. ia-~a COMPLETE Water Trealraont, Oulll«"».n Soft-Water 8orvlco. 823 Caaey. Phone 881B. 12.1,6 FOR POST HOLE dlsTrln*-. 100 per hole and up. Phone -857-11. Ulan Carr. 13-10 FOR TIN CAN and rubblah removal Alao Ucht haullnt. Call John Sborei, 3843-02 •r 1651-W. 12-B KtYt made, looks rop&ired HAND SAWS retoothed and tiled. A. S. Hodae, 811 Couth 1611) Street 13-3 WANTED — Cabinet and light carpenter work. F. L. Ratllff. 010 So, 34th St, Phone 3078-J. 13-3 DBAS STOOK WANTED—Call Dale Eite*. 831 Mt. Vernon. Phoue Collect. tf MOST PLACES you may bate lo wait two week or longer for rl&aeee We may make your tlaaaea while you wait. Have your eyea examined once a year, Fifty different atylee to eeleot from Dr John W Williams, Op- tometrlet, 118 North 10th St., Mt. Vernon, EU. 18-30 WANTED TO BUY WANTED—Deed Cliu-lnot, rood condition. Harry Oonnaway, Six, 111. 11-20 WANTED to buy from Individual owner «4 - or 1-ton truck. Muat be reasonable. Call SS09-W, 11-86 WANTED TO BOY—8 mm. Home Movie Projector. Phone 1027. 11-36 WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT—About 1600 square feet around floor warehouse space, within 6 blocks of 12th & Broadway. Mt. Vernon Tire Service. Phono 244S. tf FOR RENT APARTMENTS MODERN furnished 2-room apartment, Steam hoat. Phone 2114.* 11-311 FOR RENT—1-room apartment with bath 1126 So. lath. Phono 2767-W, 11-38 FOR RENT — Furnished rooms. Utilities furnished, closo in. Adults preferred. See 1110 Jordan. 11-88 FOR RENT—Nicely furnished 4-room BII modern apartment, firel floor, available D(x.\ 16th or before. Private bulU and entrance, aduitn. Also large clean sleeping: room, private balh, close In. Phone 2,144. 11-20 ONE—2-room furnished apartment; One— . 1-rootn furnished apartment. Electric refrigerators, stoker heat. Utilities paid. '310 South lllh. Phono 1681. tf FOR RENT—1-ronm furnished apartment, private bath. 712 So. 18th St. Phone 3684. U-_6 3-ROOM furnished modern apartment. Heat and utilities furnished. Close to Square. Ground floor, garage, couple prefcrrod. Call 1803-R. U -ss 2 room modern furnished apt. * room modern furnished apt. 5 room house on Broadway. 4 room house on 2nd St 4 room house on 18lh St. Call 400 or 48 FORN1SHED apartments near Wagner Electric, Car Shops. Auto-Lite and Hoel>l|al. 1 to 4 rooms. Modern except heat. Alio 4-room unfurnished apartment near ahoe lactory and garment factory, with private bath. Call 1104, 12-1 FOR RENT—3-room nicely furnished collage. Glassed In porch, electric kitchen. Call 3032.W 11-311 2ROOM furnished cottage, close In. Couple or working girls. 120 No. nth. Phone 2472. 12-1 FOR RENT—4-room houne, In suburbs, »;in.f)0 month. Inquire Olngham Kitchen or call 400, If FOR RENT—Unfurnished 2-room house, bath. Modern except heal. 014 Jones Bt Phone 807 or 004, 11-26 FOR RENT — Furnished B-room modern house. BIS So. 20lb Phone 1080-J tf ROOMS FOR RENT—Ocnllonian, modern sleeping room, good bent, private entrance ad- Joining balh. 214 No. IBth, Phone 738. — tf NICE large sleeping room*, double or sin git Stoker heat, good parking apace Phone 4018, 436 No Oth. tf TO QENTLBM AN—Comfortable modern bed room, oloee Is on quiet street Ph 138-J. tf MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT—Space for small business or office. Ileal and light* furnishod, reasonable. Phone 1702, tf FLOOR SANDERS and Polishers at Welge's, North side Square. tf FOte UENT—Office space, north aide ol Square Call 004. U FLOOR SANDING, floor 111*. plaaU. wall til* Free estimate Baliifactlon guaranteed Phone Raymond Edmleon. 4flB»-J]( or Boy Bay*. 3887-J U FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—Leonard refrigerator, breakfast set, cttblnete. Phono 2070-R. 11-2(1 SEWING MACHINES—New National Console: attachments, butlonholer; 11)62 Shftitrloii Console, with sewing chair; 127 Singer Console; pinking shears with each machine. 1805 Harrison, Phono 1081-J. 11-20 FOR SALE—0x15 wlnb colored all wool rug and pad, $110. 810 So. 18th. 11-311 FOR SALE—Baby beefs, butchered on or- dor, halve*, wholes or quarter*, 45 and 60e. Cyril Barton, »4 mile North of Wnl- lonvillo. 12-2 FOR SALE—Guernsey cow, sound, freshen Soon. Also small baby bod. Phone ."11)4 Wl, Alfred Mogor. llonnlo. 11-20 FOR SALE—8mall Kolvlnator rofrlgoralor, good t'ODdtllon, price SIO.MO. Call 1472-J, 11-311 FOR SALE—Slightly used Bondtx washer, Lady'* grey fur-trlmincii coal, slue 14 Phone 4226. 11-20 FOR SALE—1040 Ponllac 4-door. Radio, heater, price reasonable. Calf 1146. 11-28 FOR 8ALE—1061 O.M.C. Pickup Truck, Deluxe Cab. excellent condition. 6 new tires. Phone 3213-J after 4:00 p.m., 1102 So. 23rd St. H-2B FOR SALE OR TRADE—1036 Ford, good condition. New rubber; 1046 Dodge % inn Pick-tip. Priced reasonable, Venlta's Cafe. 81.314 So, 10th. Phono 1208. 11-20 FOR SALE — 1048 Ford Fordor Super Deluxe. Radio, hcatct with Columbia overdrive. Phone 601) or 3006-W2. Lyle Digrams, 11-26 FOR SALE—Plymouth 1051 Cranbrook 4- door, extra good. 14,000 milea. Priced for quick sale Woulrt take older car and cash. Oran Plttman, Dix. 111. 11-26 FOR SALE—,1-plece child's snow milt sine 1, like new. New pair child'* shoes size, 4. some junior dresses and stack*,' *lr.e 0, Call 2405-W. 11-38 CLEAN USED cars bougni sod Mid Tra**. Term* Moore Motor*. WaltonrtU* Road at 12th Ph 30B8-W U COAL WASHED Stoker $0.36; 3x7 lump coal $8.50, Clarence Phillip*. Call 3637. tf BEAUTY SHOP RE-OI'KNJNO lleauly Shop Nov. 36. Machines* Waves $4.00 up: Cold Wayns 55.00 up; Plain Shampoo and sot $1.26. Shop closed Monday and Saturday. No evening nppwlntmenl*. Uny Bofnh. Phone 3810W2. Plenty of parking space. 11-26 MACHINE permanent* $4.60. Machincless $6.00. Cold Wavo $5.00, $0.50, $7.60, $8.60 nnd $10. Phono 1414. 12-2 FURNITURE FOR SALIC—Dining lublo and fl chairs, studio couch, slipcover, all good condition. Phono S170-W. 11-SO NCW and USED furniture We buy. sell and trade Weal Sid* Furniture 1812 Perklnt. Phone 4441. tf FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ICE COLD cider, fancy packed apple*, Iroe ripened oranges, pure country sorghum, all kinds of nuts, hlco swnot potatoes and squash tor Thunlisgivlrig Day dinner. Wllk- erson's. 1600 So. 10th. 11-28 APPLES—Red Dollclou*, Jonathans, sovoral other varieties. l),v bushel or truck.load. Forinorly Tdmmie'* Afnrket, Oil So. 10th. 11-28 FOR SALE—Apples, Red and Oolden De liclous, Jonathans and Wlneeapt. J, 0. Riley. 1310 So. 13th St. 11-28 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE—Pigs. Morion Cralley, Opdyko, Howard School Uoad. 11-2(1 FOR MALE OR TRADE—Wnanlng pigs. Lnniilo McDonald, Wullonvlllu Rood. Ph. 3011-WO. 11-80 FOR SALE—Ten pigs, 8 wooks old, extra nine; Also 0 lieuglo hounds. Phono 51114, Dahlgren. Elmer lrvln. 11-20 FOR SALE—Extra good heavy young team of horsofl and harness: also young bull calf. 314 miles north of Opdyko. Ileod Williamson, Opdyko. - 11-211 FOR SALE—Weaning plga. Honry Laswoll, V4 mllo north of Camp Ground. 11-26 FOR SALE — Duroca, 13 woaning pig*, 10 boor*. $16 to $50. Claronco Stroud, Tolle Road Phone 3008-W3 after 4:00 p. m. If MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE—Hammond Solovox, practically now. Will «acrlflce. Phone 3047-J0. 11-36 CHOICE selections of every type of Must cal Instruments Terms Rental* Lessons, accessories. Varel'*. 810 So. 17th. 12-1 PETS FOR SALE—Dusks , tof Thanksgiving, dressed and delivered, Call 3817-W4 11-30 FOR BALis —Vemols Coal and Wood Range Dearly new, white porcelain. Double drain tubs, heavy. Antique Marble Top Cotfeo Table. Plione 3814. tf FOR SALE—Capon* dressed or on foot, Phone 013-W. 11-20 COLDSf You should not hava them this winter if you start now on your COLD IHOT TABLETS. B wooln supply J1.17. Douglas Drur Co, 11-20 UPHOLSTERING and Slipovers. Alao oil* torn mad* furniture. Fre* estimates. Froe pick up and delivery within 70 mile radius. Office hour* 0:00 a. m.—6:00 p. m., Mon day through Friday, Saturday O-.OO a. m.— 12:30 p. m. "Satisfaction Guaranteed.' Artistic Upholstering, 1701 So. 10th. Phone 1702. If COLORS BRIGHT for Christmas night, clean your rug* and upholstery with Fina Foam. Benolst Bros, 11-36 FOR SALE—6'xB' braided rug, good con dltlon, $16. 2830 W. Broadway. tf TRY BEAMON8 French Dressing at all loading grocery *(ore«. Try it, buy It, you'll like It. 12-18 I.II.C, baler twine, 913.80 per bale until Dee. 31. 1052. Buy now. Save $3.76 a bale. Lelan Carr. Phone 3867J1. tl RED STEER fertilizer 3-12.12, delivered In 5-ton lot* for only $45 a ton, now until January 1. 1063 One ton lot $50. Better stock up now end tave $6 a ton. Lelnn Carr. Phone 3867-J1. tf WATCH your health A clean body gels rid of cold*. Be sate, Be sure with O'DANGIS. Douglas—Drug*—Kreb*. tf ORDERS TAKEN for holiday fruit cakee or Xma* fudge to Nov. 38. 2441-RX or 3862-J3. U-25 FOR DRINKING water, Phone 8823-W1 or 8031 P. R Bullock. 13-8 PURINA DOG CHOW Bolide Condition— It's • Square Med. a favortla, a real treat for any dog attar Produce fit) So. 11th tl FOR TOP SOU. or till dirt. Phone 8832-W1 or 3031 1S-8 $12.30 EXCHANGE buy* 46-plata 34 month battery. aJJ tax paid. Egyptian Battery, So. Tenth. 11-37 APARTMENTS for rent—All modern furn- l*hed. Private baths. Frlgldaire*. Automatic heat. Ill N. 16th. 1177. 11-28 FOR RENT — Nice 4-room unfurnished apartment. 400 So. 18th St., $36 month. Phone 2206. tf FOR RENT — 3-room cottage. Phone 20B3-W 212 So. 18th. 11-25 TOR RENT—Modern 4-room. unfurniahed apartment, separate building, garage optional. Also 3-room unfurnished modern apartment, both clean. Paul Nelson, 301 So. SSnd. Phone 3638-W. U FOR RENT—rAU modern 4-room furnished apartmsnt, taragJ, clou In. Phone 66B-J. SPECIAL—While they last— Radio tm with each gas range. SoreraJ make* Gas hot water heater* $80,86 See our Dem onstralor Oil Heater without a flue burn. Ing. Several used oil beater*, Selgler. Quak. er. $20 up Coal (love* $10 up Died Ben. dlx washer $89.50: Hamilton dryer, eleo- trlc $80.60 Used Perfection oil range*. New radio tube* 25ri off SbeJJan* Bottle Gas and Service Warren's Bottle Qaa, 1800 WaltonviUs Road Pbon* 1844. tf Permanent Antlfreexe, 13.60 per gallon. while It lasts Ulan Carr, Redldence on WallonvlU* Road. tf FOB SALE—100 lb. flour ban. SOe each or 13 pet dona. Hawttni Bakery. tf FIRE CXTLNGDISHERo—All type* and •use* of Randolph Fire BxUnruUhers at BenoUt Broa. Hardware. U FOB 8.IB Ooipie- i_twu_il HM*rtM. Phone 40k. «f FOB SALX—TU-od at Ironist wiu roar beery wetgfai [roar Trade it la today on a new Slaau FMUurwelahl tree at Feat*, ewtun'e MOM all brand* oa dJavltr. ft AUTOMOTIVE.. DOGS BOARDED in healed kennel, Individual rune Toy Peklnree* at stud Phone OOD-J Mae Callender. tf DOGS UOAKDED — Groom*-, ebearW and bathed WIU call for and delivar Happy's Pet Shop No. SOU) and Olcbrlew road Pbon* 4388 tt STOVES FOR SALE—Doss lltuo-Hol kerosene atove, like now. Phono 2070-R. 11-28 OIL HEATER SERVICE—Carburetor* eat. entltically cleaned and tested Warren's Bottle Qaa. 1300 WaJtonvtU* road Phone 1844. tf FOR BOTTLED CAS, *to»* InataUaUona Phone E134. R Kinaaan. Banton -cad, ML Vernon ui Dealer for PUR OAS, M RADIO & RADIO SERVICE RADIO SERVICE — CALL JU — FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY W« repel, and oorrees any ratfle failure In aeeardanet with modern engineering, arlnalplee. The result ts a auaranteed satUfaetary |ak. Art Feattieretun. 1112 Iraadway. Tube* teited free of aharaja- *J FOR, EXPERT radio repair, call Warren's Bottle Oa* Phone 1844. tf ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES REFRlQElsATOH SERVICE on all make* refrigerator* and air condition equipment Fred Skeggs. Phone 1467 tf USED RADIO — A few very aoae) ean*el* model* en*) table model*. Prleeel fat quick tela. Featheratun'a 1118 Braadwey tt VACUUM CLEANERS are oar only boat oeaa New and need ParU. earvloa any make We rent cleaners Phone 1018, City Hall Bids O a Buford tf WRINGER ROLLS tar any waahar. Brine. In old rail* fa* wringer. Feathnretun's Radio Salee, ft 12 Broadway. Fran aleka* and delivery Rhone 122. tt UUOD USED appUanoM- aarrtawatora, Oas Storaa, Electric StOTaa. Karoaana Store*, ttadloa Television Seta From $6,00 Buy on Baay Term* Goodyear Barrio* Store, Phones 1101 or 1008 ' tf WASHERS FOR SALE—-Speed Queen washer, like new, Price $40. Phone S070-R. 11-20 BEND12 automatic washer repair •ervlce Also part* Warren's Bottle Qaa. Phone 1844. tf HOUSE TRAILERS _• _• this week only SPECIAL PRICE on the MOBILE HOME on display In aur Sales Car- 'ral. We've "branded" an* of our best model* far this week's foature. See It . . Sunday through Saturday this week. Terms, trade-ins. Biggest stock of New and Used Trailer* In this ansa. ROGERS TRAILER RANCH Rantoul, Illinois ARTIS1 EISENHOWER' -Oo» Russell, Art Association director of the All-Kansas Art Show at Hutchinson, Kan., admires an oil painting executed by President-elect Owight D. Eisenhower. Entitled "Si James Gate, Warwick, England," it is believed to be the first Eisenhowei painting to be given a public showing. The painting was sent to the exhibit by Aksei Nielson, a long-time friend of the President-elect FOR SALE—Modern, roomy house at 008 Taylor, line location. New heating system. Ileaeonablo. Also modern house at 700 Jordan. Phone 704.. 11-25 MIDWEST HOMES—1 to 7 rooms. Low In cost—High In quality. All houses custom built to your specifications and floor plan. Heat Ihc winter weather with our one day shell erection. Wrlto for free catalog or see our 8 modal homes on display at Midwest Building Co. Box 334 PA, Charleston, Illlnol*. 11-20 FOR SALE OR TRADE—New brick 3-bcd- room house with large attached garage. Cnrpotetl living room. Ceramic tiled bath aiftl kitchen. Oil heal, near city park. Price Is right. Call 1480-JX. 11-28 FOR SALE OR TRADE—4-room house, glassed In back porch, 0 acres ground, small bam, 2 poultry buildings 24x10 and 28x12. Small pond, good water, lights, all weather road. Bell telephone Price $3250.00. Phone 3811-J3. 11-36 BUILDINO with necessary fixtures for groceries, with nice meat display case, newly docorated, near grade nnd high school in railroad town and good farming community. Exceptionally good opportunity lor someone who doslros nice lucrativo business. Has two apartments or nice largo storo room, healing plant. Would give right party attractive terms. Wrlle Box 006 c/o Reglstcr-Newa. 11-25 FOR SALE—4-room house with full base- mont and bath on So. 16th St. 6-ROOMS on Jones St., near 12th. Can use small truck on UIIB on easy terms. J. R. Winn, 000 So. 17th. 11-20 FOR SALE—By owner, 5-room house with basement at 820 So 18th. 12-15 GROCERY and Meal Market, with 4-room modern apartment attached Furnace heat, doing excellent business. Priced lo sell. Inquire Box W M, Mt. Vernon Register-News, tf FOR SALE—Equity In Filling Station and small Grocery Store, 1 acre ground, living quarters, on Fairfield road. Call 3005-W3. 11-25 SPARTAN and Llntz-craft Trailer Homes. 8 body styles, priced from $2,000 to $0,000, Central Pontile Co.. Central!a, 01 tf MOVING WALTER HUGHES—Local and state-wide moving, experienced and equipped. 114 No. Oth Sttoet—Phone 2001). 12-10 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—Prlvato parly must sacrifice almoet now DoLuxo washing machine, new Trimble bnthlnottc, baby play pen, 10 mm. Eastman movie projector, electric iron, all atoel ono wheel trailer, porlablo Underwood typewriter, other miscellaneous items. North cornor 2tlth and Broadway, 11-28 NOTICE—Allen's Home Made Ice Cream at 1003 Jordan I* again open dally from 8:30 a.m. until S p.m., except Monday. 13-10 DR. JOHN W. WILLIAMS. Optometrist 11B North 10th St.. ML Vernon. Ill 8-16-53 NEW HEARING Aids as low aa $76.00 Batteries. Williams Jewelry. 116 No 10th. Mt. Vernon 8-18-53 NOT10BI—Complete wall aWUlrin and watai ays tan Installation and service* Baynes A ScheU. I I 1, flaft 01 Photw B166 Fairfield. M HARIOW LODGB Ro 18. I.O.OX. meets every Tuesday. 7:80 p m„ 121 Ro. loth Vleltln* brothers weleoma. tf LOST LOST—Blue Tick female hound. Black on bock ami aides, black bead and cars. Last it) vicinity of Casey Fork bottoms between Ina and Whlttlngton. CftU or write. Veulta'aCafe, 813V4 So, 10th, Phone 1208. 11-36 LOST—English Setter, liver specked and heavily freckled on face. Missing Wednesday evening from Bolle Rive. farm. Reward. C. E. Brehm, 1540, 11-30 CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy at the time of the Illness and death of our mother. Mrs. Etta Gamble, JENNIE RUTH AND MERRILL. IN MEMORIAM In memory of Mr. and Mrs. A. K, Smith. Dork are the windows, no flaming glow Lights up the old home that we use to know; , But in the darkness, two faces so fair Smilo down from Heaven for Mother and Dad are up there. Oh, how we miss their dear voicca and smiles,-. Yet we shall see them again after while: With our dear Saviour, I know they will wait With a glad welcome Just inside the gate. THE CHILDREN. OBITUARY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—Ponllac 8 Sliver Streak, 4- door,, really clean, Phon* .760. 11-38 FOR SAL: Sual No. HOUSES •room house, 1111 So. 33rd. 11-36 Etta L. Gamble was born in Hamilton County, 111., on Aug. 1, 1875 and departed this life Nov. IB, 1053 at the age ol 77 years. She was united in marriage with C. G. Gamble July 31, 1808 with Whom she lived happily until death called her husband home, April II), 1B31. To the above union one child was born, Mrs. Jennie Rulh Wright.. She spent her entire life in Dahlgren and was regarded as one of God's good women. She was a Christian for many years and on active member of the First Presbyterian Church of Mt. Vernon, 111. She leaves to mourn their loss the daughter, Mrs. Jennie Ruth Wright, a devoted Bon -in-law, Merrill Wright, a sitter. Mrs. Nell Logau, and many other rolallvos and a host of friends. OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE 5c BUNDLE MARKETS By Aasoelated Press WA1X STREET Cy Associated Press NEW YORK.—The stock market had difficulty in maintaining an upside edge today after a fast start that pushed into new high ground for the,<year. Prices moved from around a point lower to between 1 and 2 points higher. Volume came to an estimated 2,200,000 shares. That compared with 2,100,000 shares Monday. It is the fifth time in the past year that the markt has topped the two million mark. Gold mining issues had a buying flurry early in the session, a re flection of the decision of the Canadian government to pay an increased subsidy for the production of gold. Both volume and prices eased back later. Higher prices wej-e paid for Illi nois Central Southern Railway, Bethlehem Steel, Gulf Oil,'Montgomery Ward, Dome Mines, and Servel. U. S. government bonds in the over-the-counter - market were slightly lower. LIVESTOCK By Associated fress NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (USDA)—Hogs 11,500; top 16.85 sparingly; 180-240 lbs. 16.50-75 with little over 16.60 late; heavier hogs scarce; 260-350 lbs. 15.5016.35; 150-180 lbs. 15.50-16.25; 120140 ibs. 13.50-15.00; sows 400 lbs. down 15.00-50; 400-500 lbs. 14.0015.00; heavier weights 13.00-50; boars 10.00-13.50. Cattle 3,500, calves 1,200; com- IKE'S LATEST APPOINTMENTS WIN APPLAUSE Toff Didn't Recommend kinsman Bemen But Joins in Approval. A lot of families are enjoying nieb prosperity, they're going to have to choose between exchanging Christmas presents or paying grocery bills and being able to meet the neon Income tax payment. « NCA mercial and good steers and heifers mostly 21.00-25.00; few loads common and medium replacements 15,00-20.50; utility and commercial cows 13.00-15.50; few at 16.00-50; canners and cutter 10.00-13.00; utility and commercial bulls 15.0018.00; cutter bulls 13.00-15.00; good to prime vealers 24.00-33.00; odd head to 35.00; utility and commercial 15.00-23.00; culls 12.0013.00; good and choice slaughter calves 19,00-24.00. Sheep 1,100; choice and choice to prime woolskins 21.50-22.50; few sales down to 21.00; cull to good ewes 4.00-5.50. ST. LOWS PRODUCE By Associated Press ST. LOUIS.—Produce and live poultry: Eggs: unclassified 40-42, unclassified (Iowa) 42-44, AA large 54-57, B large 43-48. Fowl: heavy breeds 23; fryers broilers, commercial reds 33; roasters (over 4 lbs.) reds 30-32; turkeys: voung toms 30-31. Other firices unchanged. , CASH GRAIN By Associated Press CHICAGO.—Cash wheat: No. 2 red, $2.28%; Corn: No. 3 yellow, $L59y 2 -63; No., 4, $1.61; No. 5, $1.61; sample grade $1.15-1.60; Oats: No. 1 heavy white 91-91 No. 3, 90%. aBrley nominal: malting $1.3581; feed $1.28-32. Field seed per hundredweight nominal: sweet clover white $9.00-$10.00; red top $38.50-39.00; alsike $30,50-31.50; timothy $13.50-14.00; red clover $29.50-30.50; soybeans: none. CHICAGO PRODUCE By Associated Pratt CHICAGO. — Butter barely steady; receipts 493,553; wholesale buying prices unchanged to Y* cent a pound higher; 93 score AA 68; 92 A 68; 90 B 65.75; 89 C 64.5; cars: 90 B 66.25; 89 C 65.25. Eggs steady; receipts 9,364; wholesale buying prices unchanged; U. S. large whites 53; U. S. large mixed 51; U. S. mediums 46; U. S. standards 45-48; current receipts 40; dirties 36; checks 33. Bulldozing, Land Clearing Caeavitina, Ponds Lake* Basementa Rasa tulldlna Grading Wins* Cats Sit PHONE as wrmi JOHN J. OSI.AGER rr *ANSPo *n co. Waltonvllls Read Ml Vernen. III. Phews tit* By Associated Press WASHINGTON. — President­ elect Eisenhower's latest appointment—one a surprise, the other somewhat expected—have come in for a general round of applause. The surprise was the designation of Ezra Taft Benson as Eisenhower's secretary of agriculture. Benson, 53, has devoted much of his life to agriculture but he has been less well known in that field recently than as a leader of the Mormon Church in Salt Lake City. Not unexpected was the choice of Gov. Sherman Adams of New Hampshire to a key spot in Eisenhower's high command. Adams, also 53, headed the Eisenhower campaign. He was named to be assistant to the President, a job that includes liaison work Detween the White Houes and most of the federal departments and agencies. Sen. Robert A, Taft of Ohio, to whom Benson is distantly related, had this comment for newsmen at Columbus: "I think it is an excellent appointment. I certainly joined in the recommendation but I can't claim him as my recommendation." Six Appointed to Date The six cabinet appointees to date: John Foster Dulles as secretary of state, Charles E. Wilson as secretary of defense, John M. Humphrey as secretary of the treasury, Herbert Brownell as attorney general, Oregon|s Gov. Douglas McKay as secretary of interior and Benson as secretary of agriculture. Two non-cabinet roles also have been cast, former Gov. Harold Stassen of. Minnesota as mutual security administrator and Adams as assistant to the President. Some comments on Benson's appointments included: Allan B. Kline, president of the American Farm Bureau Federation—top-notch . , . excellent background . . . administrative ability of a high order. ... Sen. 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