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12 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1966 WAIM ADS WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BUYING AND SELLING ! CLASSIFIED ADS . PHOI¥E CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE IN BY 9:00 A.M. TO GUARANTEE PUBLICATION SAME DAY 1-.MALE AND FEMALE EXPERIENCED SECRETARY netded. Ono girl office. Most be good fyplst With some shorthand. 5 day week. Group Insurance, fringe benefits. Call for Interview 242-4228. Banker's Lite and WANTED—Young man capable of handling young boys, ages 12 to U. Also must be able to meet public. Permanent position. Local concern. Good opportunity for right man. All replies kept confidential. Give resume In reply to Box C.K.S. % Register-News. 12-1 WANTED—Salesman fo Mil frozen (sods In local trci. Salary or commliilon, car furnished, call Mr. Galtr of Evant- Vlllo Food Distributors Tuti.. Nov. 22n(l afttr 2 p.m, at TravaLodga MottI, Mt. Vamen. n-li FOR RENT—4 acres, 4 room house and outbuildings $35 month. A room house and garage S30 month, 17th and North sh-eet. 242-4985. tf FOR RENT—Modern four room house, stoker heat, 709A Salem Rd. 244 -0600 or 244 -1197. tf FOR RENT—Modern homes In west part; 2 "ledroomt $85; 3 bedrooms (110 and up. . imison Real Estate. tf 7^00MS "ll^^f^K^^^' rjh «-A-HUNTING DOGS mg macnine, iine now wiin new i guarantee. Only $98.00 to be paid. Pay- F EAAALE POINTER, good hunter $5000; ments arranged. McCraw's Sewing Ma-' - •• """"^ w.uu; chine Sales, Mt. Vernon. 11-17 lO-B—MUSIC ' R RENT—Sleeping rooms, permanent or transient. Colonial HoteL tf after 7 p.m. Goebel Wood. IMa 8—RENT MISCELLANEOUS SEE KAMt-ER SKELGAS for SN gallon Propane tanks Installed with lifetime lease. Kamper Skelgai, 916 Main, 344- 091i. 12.2 WANTED-Custodten at Qpdyka grade ' Q fAie meAEi i «fcie^iig school. Must ba from district. Apply I y—JAtC IWiat.l!HAIMI!OU> Apply In person at school from 8:30 til 3:30 on or before Nov. 23, 196«. 11-21 RAWLEIGH business available In DIst. In Mt. Vernon. Experience unnecessary. Above average earnings. Write Rawleigh Depl. ILK-S30-240, Freeport, Illinois or Frank Kniffen, R. R. !# McLeamboro, III. «28S9. H-17 SUCCESSFUL company sinca 1877 has opening for salesman In Southern 111. Ml proven program to merchants, designed to bulkf good wilt with farmers. Repeat business from established accounts. High earnings. No ago limit. For personal Interview write F, AA. Duff, 106 Main St., Park Ridge, 111. 11-19 EXPERIENCED servica Station attend- dant, full or part tima. Writa Box C-711 % Raglster-News. 11-18 PERMANENT JOB , age J4 to 4S. Must do some selling and drive truck. Experience not necessary. Excellent paid fringe benefits Include hospitalization, holidays, vacation plan. Our drivers average over $100.00 per week, plus travel allowance. Applications are held confidential Dowzer Electrlc> 1st and Castlaton. Mt. Vernon, III. 11-21 FOR SALE—Good church pews, cheap. First Methodist church, 214 W. Main, Carboodele. Phone 457-24M. 11-21 FOR SALE—Dolls, Chinas, Bisque, Byelo, Dream Baby, Bledermeler, Chltw doll with teeth (rare), also old picture framM and cut glass. Phono 242-1949. 11-18 FOR SALE— 5' hlde -8 -bed, newly upholstered In gold embossed naugahyde. Good mattress $100 .oa See at Martin's Upholstery Shop, 1812 Perkins. 11-21 fOR SALE—225 amp. Lincoln wilder. Ideal for farm or shop. 711 8. 15fh. 342-635S, 11-18 GUITARS FOR CHRISTMAS—Put one In layaway now. We are clearing our entire stock to make way for new '67 models. All models at cost or below. Featherstun's. 11-23 GUITARS FOR CHRISTMAS-Put one In lay-eway now. We are clearing our entire stock to make way for new '67 models. All models at cost or below. Featherstun's. 11-23 HAJM,\^HD ORGANS and Hammond pianos. Full line Franchlsed Dealer serving Southern Illinois. Hammond Organ Studios of Benton, III., 7 blocks north, a blocks west, Benton Public Squari. M Male Setter $35.00. Ross Shields, Bluford. 111. Phone 755-4578. 11-21 FOR SALE—Beagle hounds, 3 months old $10. 735-2778. Stanton Foutch, DIx. 11-17 FOR SALE—Registered female beagles, 3-5 years old, $10 to $25 each. Dial 242-2579, Henry RIggs, Bonnie. 11-17 12.C—APPLES MYERS ORCHARD-Apples-Good selection of most varieties. Open until 6:00 p.m. during November. 12 miles north of Mt. Vernon. tf 13—AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE—1960 "98" Olds, full power, air conditioning, very good condition, 33 Northtff-ook. 11-18 FOR SALE—1952 Cadillac, 4 door, extra clean, good condition. Dial 242-0784. 11-21 FOR SALE—1957 Ford V-8, new engine end transmission, also Norge automatic washer. 304 N. 4th. 11-17 FOR SALE— 1960 Buick Le Sabre, new tires, battery, clean Inside and out. Reasonable. Call 242 -0088. 11-17 1964 VOLKSWAGEN, 2 Dr. sedan, green, radio, heater. Fi*ll price $1199.00. lOOS'i warranty. Regency Motors, 242-620O. tf 1965 VOLKSWAGEN, 113 sedan, radio, heater, white tires. Pretty red. Full price $1399.00. 100% warranty. Regency Motors, Salem Road. tf UPHOLSTERY MATERIAL for sale. 1 tot choice fabrics reduced for clearance. $1.45 per yard and up for nylon frieze, cotton, burlap and others. Solid eokirs and fkiral patterns. Bullard and Martin's. 1812 Perkins. 242-1264. 11-22 FOR SALE—Stokermatic stove, perfect condition, large roll-a-vray bed; '53 Chevrolet, and other parts for Chevrolet, Donald Dycus, Waltonvllle. 11-17 REFRIGERATOR, medicine cabinet, Maytag washer, 22 rifle, '57 Mercury, air compressor. Dial 242-4460. 11-17 FOR SALE-Electric stove, electric sweeper, Warm Morning heating stove. Dial 242-5961. 11-19 YOUNG MEN IS fo 3i Free t» travel Houston, New Orleans, Miami and 35 ether malor cities and resort areas, and return wltti chaperoned group. Transportation expenses paid. Cash drawing account to start. Average earnings $125.00 a week plus bonuses. See Mrs. Mulllns, Hotel Em- mersont Mt. Vernon, a to < p.m. dally. 11.11 YOUNG LADIES IS to 26 Free to travel Houston, New Orleans, Miami and 35 other ma|or cities and resort areas and return with chaperoned group. Transportation expenses paid. Cash drawing account to start. Average earnings $125.00 a week plus bonuses. See Mrs. Mulllns, Hotel Emmerson, Mt. Vernon, 2 to 5 p.m. dally. Parents welcome at Interview. 11-18 EXPERIENCED OPERATOR tor self I ONE G^ E. AUTOMATIC washing ma- propelled combine. Call K. W. Myers, " — S42-515S or 244-0730. 11-17 1962 FORD FAIRLANE, fordor, radio, heater, auto, trans. 100% warranty. Full price $799. Regency Motors, Salem Road. tf 17—POULTRY FOR SALE—12 young turkeys. Dial 7328203, 1 mile east Bluford Grain Elevator, Walter Scott. 11-18 FOR SALE—Started pullets, Babcock B-300 year around. Sutton's Poultry Enterprise Inc. Phone 242-6389, Mt. Vernon, tf 18—BUILDING SUPPLIES FLOOR TILE, WALL TILE, Asphalt, Vinyl asbestos, pure Vinyl plastic. Ceramic adhesives, etc. Tile Supply Co., 1419 S. 10th. 242-580*. tf 19—REAL ESTATE FOR QUICK SALE-Terms, 2-4 room modern houses, on separate lots, southwest part of Mt. Vernon. Make offer. 4 room house, modern except beat, northwest part, $1 ,000.00. 242-4985. 11-18 22—LOST STRAyED-SntMll, brcwn, female, 22» s. with only one eye, vicinity west of south 34th St. Please call 2424101. II -II LOST-Thursday night, about two miles southwest of Bonnie, mala hound, Buckskin with whife feet, white «Mt on front of head. Dial 242 -49i4, 13W S. I2th 11-18 24—RUMMAGE SALES HURRY, HURRY-RumoMoe sale, 22* S. 9th, Saturday, Nov. mh 8 a.m. 11-18 TWO FAMILY RUMMAGE SALE—Sal., Nov. 19, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dishes, children and adult ctothlng, toys, some furniture and miscellaneous Items, a miles on Opdyke road at Mills Curve. 11-18 FOUR FAMILY RUMMAGE—15lh and Perkins, Sat. only, Nov. IV, f until X 1M8 MOTHER 'S EXCHANGE Have holiday dresses, nice winlar ceeta, car coats, nice baby clothes and etc. 1904 S. 9th. Go to Rocket Cafe on Benton Road, turn left, first sh-aet left again, second house on right. Shop In rear. Closed Mondays and «t 1 p.m. on Friday. "-'8 THREE FAMILY RUMMAGE SALE— Fri., Nov. 18, 8:30 a.m. to S p.m. 516 Old Fairfield Road. 11-17 •64 MERCURY Comet Callente 4 door sedan. Automatic transmission, radio, heater, 100% warranty. Regency Motors, 242-6200. tf '61 PONTtAC Vtnh/ra 1 door hard top. radk), heater, 100% warranty, $799.00 full price. Regency Motors, 242-6200. tf '60 OLDSMOBILE 88, 4 door sedan. Radio, heater, new rebuilt engine and automatic transmission. Power steering, $799.00. 100% warranty. Regency Motors, 242-6200. tf THOMPSON Army-Navy Store. Rub-R Slat combine canvasses, AC, JD and ' inc. Office equipment, fireproof filing cabinet, Tarps, Drill Press, Insulated boots Gl and Logger, Fatigues for kids. A line of warm clothing for winter. 7 miles SE of McLeansboro. Phont 773-2146 on Dale Exch. 11-17 : 1 1958 FORD 4 door $199. Regency Motors, -Salem Road. tf BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom brick home, double carport. Corner lot, 52 Cherry Drive. EXTRA NICE 5 room modern home, has full basement, garage, 307 Casey. 7 ROOM MODERN home, I'/i bath, also 4 room cottage on back of lot, 815 N. 11th Street. 4 LOTS AND 4 ROOM modem bungalo, basement, furnace and stocker, 1025 Tolle Road, only $4,500.00. 3 BEDROOM MODERN, living room, carpeted, nice built In cablnels, kitchen and 2 bedrooms panneled, only $5,250.00, 401 N. 6th St. 140 ACRE FARM, all farmable and treated, extra nice 3 bedroom home, full basement, furnace and stoker, north of Keenes on Orchardvllls Road. D. T. HENSON REAL ESTATE 313 B S. 10th St. Phone 242-3622 or 242-3724 12-21 RUMMAGE SALE-Frlday and Saturday, Nov. 18 and 19. 10 a. m. next door to Budget Foods Inc. Formerly Fair Store, 1512 S. 10th. 11-17 RUMMAGE SALE—Sat., Nov. 19, 9 to 5, 806 S. 25th, Men's suits, sizes 42 and 44, lot shirts, ladles and men's winter coats, miscellaneous Items. 11-18 RUMMAGE SALE—FrI. and Sat., Nov. 18 and 19, 7 a.m. to 2 p .m. 616 s! 15th. Clothing of all kinds, miscellaneous Items, some furniture, new Barbia and Ken outfits, aprons. Will take orders. 11-18 RUMAWGE SALE-Frl., Nov. 18, and Sat., Nov 19, 9 a.m. to S p.m. 28th and Fisher's Lane. Ij.Ig RUMMAGE SALE—Sat., Nov. 19 at 1913 Lake St. from 9 to $, children and adults winter clothing, miscellaneous Items. IMg RUMMAGE SALE—Sat., Nov. 19, 10 to 5 Clothing, dishes, books, television, half bed. On Rt. 37 south edge at Bonnie. 11-18 Oscar Moore,Of SlU, To Compete InBigtiCAARun Four Straight HawksGet Rolling On Team Play LAWRENCE. Kan. (AP) Olympians Oscar Moore of Southern Illinois and Gerry Lindgren of Washington State, Padfic-S champ Tracy Smith of Oregon State and Big Eight champ Chris McCubbins of Oklahoma State are among the , . .. „ top individuals for the 28th!^*^^°": «^^St «7 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS While Philadelphia continues winning games at a ridiculous pace in the Eastern Division of the National Basl«etball Asso- NCAA Cross Country Championships Monday at Kansas. The race will be run at six miles for only the second time in meet history and away from Michigan State for the second time. John Lawson of Kansas, the winner In excellent time of 29:24 last year, has graduated. Western Michigan, the defending champ, is favored to get its third straight NCAA KTEA cross country crown, matching Drake's 194M5^ sweep under Bill Easton, former Kansas coach and now Mexico's Olympic track coach. Washington State, Miami of Ohio and Kansas State's Big Eight champs also rank among the best teams. The 29-year-old Moore won the Central Collegiate Cross Country Crown last Friday at Chicago in 24:49.2 over a five mile course. beginning to show signs of life in the West. The Hawks' 104-101 victory over Detroit Wednesday night was their fourth victory In a row and boosted them to just a half-game behind San Francisco, which leads the division. Without a superstar, the Hawks have had to make their breaks with teamwork and Wednesday's game at Detroit was a good example. No less than seven St. Louis players scored in double figures, but the leader, Bill Bridges, only had 22. The Hawks had to fight every inch of the way to beat the Pistons, who overcame a 12-point deficit to tie tlie game early in the fourth quarter. St. Louis h ^iilled away only to find Detroit coming on again before two quick baskets and a free throw by Bridges put the Hawks out of reach. The 76ers won their sixth game In a row at Philadelphia and made theh- record a heady 13-1. The Knicks stayed about even for most of three quarters, but Hal Greer and Wilt Chamberlain led them a merry chase after that, Greer ended up with 35 points and Wilt finished with 28. Walt Bellamy led New York with 20. Jerry West and Rudy LaRusso each scored 36 points in leading the Lakers past the Royals at Dayton, Ohio. The game was even through three periods, but Los Angeles poured it on in the TORONTO (AP) - The Canadian Equestrian team won the Prbf des Nations Cup at the Royal Winter Fair Horse Show Wednesday night for the first time in 30 years. The United States finished second. FOR SALE—No hunting, no trespassing, for rent, for sale, apartment for rent signs. Register-News office. tf FURNITURE and miscellaneous Items for sale. Dial 266-7655. 11-18 1957 DODGE 4 door $149. Regency Motors, Salem Road, 242-6200. H 1958 PLYMOUTH 2 door $149. Regency Motors, Salem Road. tf 1958 DESOTO $99. Regency Salem Road, 242-6200. Motors, tf 1958 CHEVROLET station wagon $149. Regency Motors, Salem Road, 242-6200. tf chine; One baby bed. Cheap. 244 -0631 after 5. tf WANTED-Nurses aid. Experience helpful but not necessary. Apply In person 8:30 '• saie. m Vtri^n ,B .m. til 3:30 p.m. Lowry Nursing Home. ' ™- I3th and Main. No phone calls. 11-17 WANTED—Office girl. Local concern. 1 GOOD USED VACUUM cleaner, only $14.95. McCraw 's Sewing Machine 11-18 1955 STUDEBAKER Commander, 4 door $149. Regency Motors, Salem Road, tf FOR SALE OR RENT—Very neat, all modern 2 bedroom home. Immediate occupancy, $6950.00. 242-5543 after ^4:30 j RUMMAGE-221 Grant, Meadowbrook BAZAAR AND RUMMAGE SALE- Recreatlon Center at Housing Pro|eet. Nov. 17, 8 a. m. 3 p. m. Some new chlldrens, womens rain boots, nice bazaar Items for Christmas gifts. 11-17 11-21 FOR SALE—Beautiful 6 room brick ranch, family room, nice kitchen and dining area, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, carport, 9'xl2' utility room, oil heat, $23,000. Easy terms can be arranged. Dial 2441137. 11.19 Addition, all this week. 11-18 FOR SALE OR TRADE-Easy terms, bargain, 4 room, all modern house, garage, outbuildings, 914 S. 24th; Also all-modern house, 1211 S. 25th.; House with garage, 1718 North, $1200.00. Lot, 28th and Main, $500.00. Phone 242-4985. tf FOR SALE—Comfortable five home, stoker heat, carpeted room living TIMMONS AUTO SALES - Clean used I „ ears for 35 years. Marvin L. Moore, | [°°^- basement, double garage. salesman. Walni'f Hill, 532-4073. FOR SALE—Nice 1961 Ford Galaxle 4 door, small V-8, auto, trans., power Near Casey and Hall schools. G. I. toan. Located at 435 S. 21st. 11-22 RUMMAGE SALE—Thursday and Friday, Nov. 17th and 18th from t a. m. to 7 p.m. In basement. Toys, dolls and doU clothes, chlldrens and adult clothing, tewelry, dishes, etc. Use rear entrance. 2515 Broadway. H-lj 26—BEAUTY SHOPS NOVEMBER SPECIAL -Dress up Thanksgiving with a $8.50 permanent for $6.50. 305 S. 11th, 242-1414. 11 -30 27—CAR LICENSE j FOR SALE—Executive type home, 2 miles from square, 5 bedrooms, 2 Wool double knit, dacron knits, wool | steering and brakes, new tires. 242- 1 baths. Large living room and family , lerseys, silk and woPl blends, wool doe-; 11-18 I room. 10 acres of wooded land. Dial Shorthand and typing required. Good skin flannel, printed silks for blouse's, cftp e.i c .<it ...ui. ' 242-4032 after 5 p.m. 11-21 working conditions. Write Box C-875. 11-19 Johnnie's Remnant Shop, 1029 Old Air- r ^°7j*'-^-~,,J5 ,"l" ~%rt D„>j A«» v.,.»«„ 111 11 lo I Interior, 6 cylinder, stick In the floor. I TELEVISION SERVICEMAN-Good on ' Porl Road, Mt. Vernon, III. rM9 j ^u-ooii. 11-17 black and white and color. $3.50 per j GRAND OPENING this week. The Gift I • hour—fringe benefits—steady employment! House, 6 miles north on Rt. 37. Italian —bonus—will pay moving expenses. Phone j decorator bottles, 99; miniature kerosene 429-5474 collect—ask for Jerry. BAYLESS TV and APPLIANCE, INC., 802 E. Wood, Decatur, Illinois. 11-18 1-B—BUSINESS OPPOR. FOR SALE—5 chair beauty salon. Main ; street-location, 242-5333. 11-22 FOR SALE—Lunch room, good location , In Mt. Vernon area. Small Investment needed. For Information 73^3471 after 4 p.m. 11-19 rOR LEASE—D-X service station, 1814 Tjrklns, low gallonage rent. No Inventory to purchase. Excellent opportunity to operate your own business on small Investment. Phone 242-2354 or 244-1522. tf 2—WANTED TO BUY ~ WANTED TO BUY—Good, used 14 or % h.p. electric motor. Phone 244-1967. 11-18 WANTED Small or large farm. Also wanted, cheap houses needing repair. Gale Knox. Phone 242-4985. • tf WANTED—To buy Used propane tanks. Phone 242-4359. Harper's Propane Srr- vlce, Salem Road. tf lamps, 99c pair; Early American sewing cabinets to $2.79, hand decorated Imported candles, 15c. Open Tuesday thru Sunday, 10 to 6. 11-19 FOR "a lob well done feeling" clean carpets with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1.00. G. C. Murphy Co., 909 Broadway. 11-19 EXCELLENT, efficient and economical, that's Blue Lustre carpet and upholstery cleaner. Rent electric shampooer $1.00. Douglas Rexail Drugs. 11-19 FOR TRADE—One 1964 Chevrolet convertible; One 1965 Chevrolet, 2 door; Ono 1966 Chevrolet 4 door. All clean and priced right. Phone Everett Carpenter, 242-1525 or 242-3277. 11-18 FOR SALE—1960 Chev., 2 door, Impala hardtop, radio, heater, air conditioning, new tires. Extra clean. Barnard 's Shell Service, Wayne City. 895-2523. tf 13.A—HOUSE TRAILERS ST. CLAIR MOBILE HOME SALES, Rt. 37 South Salem, III. See the best In Mobile Home living at St. Clair. Also UPHOLSTERY MATERIALS -ChoIca fab- j f """'oW oV''lo '^J ^LTV .iJ ''Z ,t,. -,i... i.r«. OBU. I •^hio-.ok'. Over 40 new and used to chose from. Check on a good deal from St. Clair before you buy. tf rics, outlet prices, large stock. REN' SHAWS. Corner Peach and 29th. 12-13 SEE MARVIN at Ray TIbbs Imp. Special spark plugs 69c; all filters box of 3 71c ecah; bearings, seals, rings, piston and sleeve sets 25% to 50% off. Buy genuine IH parts at low prices. Ray TIbbs Imp., Waltonvlllo Road, Mt. Vernon, 111 11-17 FOR RENT-1 traner lot 50'x165'. Call 242-4509 after 7 p.m. Cooel Wood. 11-18 NEW DESIGNERS SAMPLES Laca in pastel colors. Velveteen by the yard. Johnnie's Remnant Shop, 1029 Old Airport Road, Mt. ernon. 11-17 4—WANTED MISCEL. WANTED-Couple wants to adopt Infant or small gIrL Give age Ih detail. Write Box C-6262. 11-18 WANTED TO RENT by two adults, 4 or 5 room modern house, would prefer gas heat, permanent renters. Write Box C -7 % Register-News. tf WANTED—Chairs to cana. 709 N. 12th St., 242-1657. 11-18 WANTED-Com shelling, using 2-row header. Phone 242;3795 or see Don Chapman, Liberty Road. 11-22 CHRISTMAS CARDS, reasonably priced, name Imprinted no extra charge. MYERS THE PRINTER, College at 17th. 11-29 BAT::ROOM OUTFITS Sold and Ind- stalled. Back hoe digging for water lines and septic tank holes. Call 244-2745. ft BE SURE-Insure with the Golden Rule Hospital Plan. Louis Fltts, Box 544, Mt. Vernon. 242-0668. tf PARTS for all electric shavers, 24 hour servic Most models. Clark Jewelers, 110 North Ninth. tf MOBILEHOME INSURANCE DUE? See us for the best insurance you can buy. Specialized policy designed for mobile- home owners. No deductibles. Quick, fair claim handling. See or call us today for immediate coverage, terms. Stewart Mobllehomes, 242-0982. 12-3 HEAT TAPES, roof coating, gas furnace ! repair parts, steps, new furnaces, gas and electric water heaters, sewer connections, and various other mobilehome parts. We repair and level mobllehomes. Call us today for free estimate. Stewart Mobllehomes, 242-0982. 12-3 FOR SALE—3 bedroom home, modern except heat. $75 down, $35 month. 1315 S. 18th. 11-17 FOR IMMEDIATE SALE-Terms. Owner Granite City. Make offer. Good 4 room modern house, washroom, garage. 914 S. 25. 242-4985. tf FOR QUICK SALE—JIOO.OO down, $30.00 month, reduced only $1200.00, 4 room house, modern except heat, garage. 1718 North. Also lot 27th and Main, $500.00. 242-4985. tf FOR SALE—4 bedrooms, large living room with fireplace, dining room, den, 2Vi baths, modern kitchen, completely carpeted, basement. 810 Oakland. 2424013. tf 19.A—FARMS FOR SALE 160 ACRES—Grand Prairie Twp. one mile S. W. Cravat. Productive. Reasonably priced, modern Improvements. Lawrence GammlU, Woodlawn. 11-21 FOR SALE—40 acre farm, standing timber and grazing land, excellent barn, also 5 room house, garage, hen house and cellar. Ideal location for a lake. Located 9 miles southwest of McLeansboro. Gleta Hall, owner. Write R. 2 McLeansboro, or call Dale exchange 7732481. tf SERVICES 20—SERVICES MISC. FOR SALE—New models In 10- and 12' wide Mobile homes. All electric models , available. All deluxe equipment. E. and ] LAWN MOWER grinding, motors repalr- H. Mobllehomes, Sesser. 625-2721. tf Farm BHildingi For Sal* BUILDING? See Sturdi-Builf Company, E. Rt. 16. Write Box 486, Phone 217»i L—. I 345-7005, Charleston, Illinois, or Evertt X!! TrK ?rrkoVntm";nS !o »j ^;ri ',ii^is'' Jordan, Mt. Vernon. tf • ^''^ WANTED-To correspond or keep com-, O.A HEATING & PLUMBING pany with a nice man, 45 K 55. Write ricMiiiiw «• ri.wmDiriw to Box C-160, % Reglster-News. 11-22 WANTED-Llve torn turkey, 266-71i02. 11-n IRONING in my home. Will pick up and deliver, 242-3772. 11-18 TAKING CHRISTMAS ORDERS for all Barbie type doll clothes until Christmas. Made cheap. Dial 242-4777. 11-21 FOR SALE—70,000 B.T.U. gas heater, $75. 405 Opdyke. 11-18 FOR SALE—New gas heater, with rad- ients and blower 65,000 B.T.U.; Used gas heater wllh blower, 70,000 B.T.U, Call 242-1089. 11-18 14—FARM EQUIPMENT BATTERY headquarters, see us for auto, truck, and tractor batteries and save. R/C Farm Parts Co., Rt, 37 S. Salem, 111. 11-18 WANTED—Painting, decorating and carpenter work. Phone 242-6293. tf ALTERATIONS AND TAILORING for men and women. 242-4707. 12-1 CUSTOM BUTCHERING and complete processing. Also will freeze, pick-up and deliver. Phone 732-2941. After 5:00 p.m. 732-8743. tf 9-B—Appliances FOR SALE—210 John Deere corn head; 410 John D^ere corn head; Oliver 88, ' oversize pistons, ISO hours on overhaul; 414 Oliver plow. Call K. W. Myers, 2425155 or 244-0730. tf VACUUM CLEANERS-ELECTROLUX- FOR SALE Ca .p gnrn h^,ri fnr «nn or Newest carpet attachment with rotat-' SALE-Case corn head for 600 or brush. R UE washers floor polishers, S les and Service. Sterling Dodson. 2426137. ^ tf [9C—Boats & Motors ed. Hand SAWS filed. KEYS made, locks repaired. A, S. Hodge, 811 South 18th Street. 11-26 HAND SAW, power saw blades filed. Tools ground. Walter G. Voelker, Benton Road. Phone 242-4129. tf FOR FILTERED drinking water, prompt service, reasonable. Day 244-2815, Night 242-3104. tf FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING. Free estimates and delivery. B and B Upholstery, 934 York Road. Phone 2426106 cr 244-2989, tf 700 combine, 3 years old, like new, 24^8lT7, «'"""<"*' Pffl? i and 'w7lVape7' Co ,';"9io Main sL ^Dlai 244^ 11-17 14.A—FARM SUPPLIES PI^ST-RING by contract or by hour. I and T. V„ 8th and Tolle Road. Dial 242- Free estimates, 15 years experience, i 2323. ff , „ , FOR SALE—Professional feeds $5.00 per FOR SALE-T.V. antenna towers, new ton off, any combination, equaling 1 various makes, models. Burgln's Radio ' ton November and December. Fair Feed 11-17 Co. nth and Casey, 242-1866. Dial 244-1765. 11-18 FOR SALE—Several good used T. V.'s, or used, with or without rotor. Foifher- stun's. Dial 244-032Z tf FOR RENT FOR SALE—Several good used T. V.'s, or used, with or without rotor. Foifher- stun's. Dial 244-032Z tf FOR RENT 9—E TV & RADIO 5—APARTMENTS GIVE THE KIDS a portable G.E. TV for Christmas. Only $78.00. Easy terms or layaway, Goodyear Service Store, 1212 Broadway. 11-21 FOR RENT—4 room house, modern, carport, part basement, north part. Call 242-2281. 17-18 GIVE THE KIDS a portable G.E. TV for Christmas. Only $78.00. Easy terms or layaway, Goodyear Service Store, 1212 Broadway. 11-21 FOR RENT—3 room unfurnished apartment, garage, heat and water furnished. Adults. Phone 242-1251. tf ASSUME PAYMENTS on G.E. 21" color TV. A-1 condition. Guaranteed, $4.00 per week. Goodyear Service Store, 1212 Broadway. i],ji 3 ROOM FURNISHED APT. basement, 2 porches and yard. 242-3648. 11-18 ASSUME PAYMENTS on G.E. 21" color TV. A-1 condition. Guaranteed, $4.00 per week. Goodyear Service Store, 1212 Broadway. i],ji 3 ROOM FURNISHED APT. basement, 2 porches and yard. 242-3648. 11-18 FOR SALE-Televlslon, RCA walnut console, excellent condition, $100.00; Atouton jacket, size 12, hardly worn, $20.00; older refrigerator, $20.00. Dial 244-2838 or 244-0120. 1l.l» FOR RENT—All modern furnished apartments wi'h stoker heal, 110614 S. 10th. 244-1447 or 244-4492. tf FOR SALE-Televlslon, RCA walnut console, excellent condition, $100.00; Atouton jacket, size 12, hardly worn, $20.00; older refrigerator, $20.00. Dial 244-2838 or 244-0120. 1l.l» FOR RENT-Flve room Unfurnished du. plex apartment, 709'/i Salem Road. Stoker heat. 244-0500 or 244-1197. tf 10-A—SEWING MACHINES FOR RENT-Flve room Unfurnished du. plex apartment, 709'/i Salem Road. Stoker heat. 244-0500 or 244-1197. tf REPOSSESSED TV console. Singer Co. 126 N. 9th. 11-21 6—HOMES REPOSSESSED TV console. Singer Co. 126 N. 9th. 11-21 FOR RENT— 4 rooms and bath, built In cabinets, gas heat, hot water. Dial 242-4253, BRAND NEW SINGER console sewing machine. Only 1. $70. Singer Co. 126 N. »th. i,.2i FOR RENT—4 room modern house. West part. 244-0631 after 5. tf VACUUM CLEANER with attachments »39.95. Singer Co, 126 N. Wh. 11-21 FOR RENT-5 acrps with 4 room modern house, garage, west city limits, V4 mile north. 242-4985. tf | USED NECCHI portable, ZIg Zag sawing machine, $49.95. Singer Co. 126 N .I »lt>. 11.21 SEASONS SPECIAL ON NUTRENA FEEDS—Free Turkey with ton order. Prices are seasonally low. Buy needs now. Offer good thru November. Federal North Iowa Grain Co. Benton Road. 11-21 15—LIVESTOCK SPRAY your home for roaches, water bugs, ants, flear and other Insects. Price $4.00. Phone 242.1265. tf RENTAL EQUIPMENT-Floor polishers, small und large; Wallpaper steamer. Floor Sander, Rug Shampooer, free with purchas. of shampco. Smith- Alsop Paint 0436. tf FAST AUTOMOBILE LICENSE SERVICE effective Dec, 1. Regular trips thereafter. Make application. Tittle's Sporting Goods, 1415 S. loth; S. and W. Motors, 1101 Salem Road; Shell Station, 300 S. 10th; Charles Cook, 704 22nd St 242-4692; Gale Knox, 242-4985. Wanted Springfield riders. tf ORDER YOUR auto and truck license now. We will have them for you December first. Stewart Mobllehomas, 7420982. 12.3 30—SPECIAL NOTICE SHOOTING MATCH—ROY'S PLACE, NASON, Illinois. 1 p.m. Sat., Nov. 1 »lh. Turkeys and hams. Shells furnished, 11-18 AIRPORT CAFE-WJII be open Thanksgiving Day Nov, 24. Dinner served from 11 a.m. to 2 p .m. AAake reservations early. Dial 244-2243. 11-23 TURKEY SHOOT at Porter 's Lake, % mile north of Bluford Legion. 1:00 p .m. Nov. 19. Everyone welcome. 11-18 DANCE TO JACK STALCUP orchestra, American Legion Home, Nashville, Illinois. $1.50 admisskin per person, Friday, Nov. 25. 11-23 PUBLIC SALE Sat., Nov. 19,1966 At 1015 South 24th St. Starting at 10 A.M. Prompt One beaatifid Frigldalre deluxe refrlgrerator, colored, beautiful electric atove to match. Dinette table and chalra. BeautUnl living room ault«. t lounge chairs. One set of Wtaidsor chaliv. One maple twin bedroom suite. One bedroom suite One lot of lamps aiid mirrors, and wan pictures. One Maytag waging maclilne. One extra chest of drawers. One lot of doors and window ten. Dishes, pots and pans. One large rug. One lot of other things too numerous to mention. Not responsible for accidents. John And Elsa Lee Beck Owner Roy Taylor Auctioneer PUBLIC SALE Of Personal Property The undersigned, living SVi miles east of Ashley, % mile south of The Gables on the IValtonville Road, then Vz nille east, will sell her personal property at public sale on Saturday, Nov. 19, 1966 Beginning At 12:30 P.M. 5 rooms of furniture, all In excellent condition, 1 dinette set, 1 gas range, 1 refrigerator with freezer on top, cooking utensils and dishes, 1 three-piece dining room suite, 1 davenport and t^vo chairs, end tables, lamps and rugs, 1 low-boy Zenith television, 1 bedroom set: twin lieds, chest and dresser, some antiques, 1 cedar chest, 1 nuu-- ble-top dresser, brass bed and daybed, gas heater, 2 washers, 1 mangle, 1 round oak table, 1 applebutter kettle, other articles too muneroua to mention. FARM MACHINERY J pulltype disks, 1 Massey- Harris self • propeUed clipper combine, without motor. Terms of Sale: CASH Not Responsible for Ac4 ^dents No property to be removed until terms of sale are complied with, Frances Nowicki, Owner Lee Bower*, Auctioneer final quarter, scoring eight points in a row at one point. Oscar Robertson and Happy Hairston each had 24 points for Cincinnati. EXTRA SPECIALI 1964 IMPERIAL Black, extra clean, full power, air conditioned. Just traded in on new car. S&W MOTOR CO. 1101 Salem Road Phormaceutical Salesman Large ethical drug manufacturer has an opening in Mt. Vernon area for successful young salesman. Must have college degree with background in biology and chemistry (pre-dental, pre-medical, pharmacy) or related fields. Age 23-32, with military obligations satisfied. New automobile, travel expenses, complete In- •urane* and retirement program furnished. Salary plus commission. Complete training program provides opportunity to excel and advance with experience and performance. Sales prospects are all professional people. Interviews will be held in Mt. Vernon. Send your complete sales and tehnical background, including college transcript, to: Sales Manager Box 89, M.P.O., St. Louis, Missouri — 63166 FREE TURKEY each day til Thanksgiving. Just register. No obligation. Vern's Standard Service, 24th and Broadway. 1).2l AUCTION SALE-Sunday, Nov. 20, M 1 p.m. at the Tradbiaier, 3 miles west of Mt. Vernon on Richvlew Road. Lots of merchandise. George White, auctioneer, Ruth Connelly, operator. 1I-1» NO HUNTING OR TRESPASSING on any land owned or operated by W. L. or Jim RIechman, Richvlew. III. II-2I NOW OPEN-BERT'S SHOP. A toy and novelty shop at Bell and Polk Streets. Open 11 a.m. to S p.m. Owned and operated by Albert A. Cralley. 11-21 NO HUNTING OR TRESPASSING on ttie property of Herbert Lowe, R. 4, Game Farm Road, U -lj FREE COFFEE and cookies now til Christmas. Singer Sewing Center, 12« N. 9th. 12 -r4 THE DEWITT LUMBER CO. Gift Shop presents distinctive gift ware. 102-lM S. 17th. 12-12 WEST SALEM SCHOOL CHILI SUPPER and carnival, Friday, November It. 5 to 9. Adults 75c, children 35c. 11-17 WANTED—Fuller Brush Co, customers. Call 242-4952 or 242-0456. 12-10 NOTICE—Enrollment Is open for new Blue Cross-Blue Shield members through the Jefferson County HIA. For Information contact Alma Humphrey, 620 North street, Mt. Vernon or call 2440523. 11-21 CAMPBELL MATTRESSES, Merrlman 's At Ina, III. Open Mon., Wed., FrI. only 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. tf 31—MONUMENTS 21.A—RUG CLEANING EXPERT CLEANERS of rugs, w/w ear- pets, upholstered furniture, floors. Latest modern equipment. Jack's Home Cleaning Service. 242-2241. tf TACK DOWN carpeting, upholstered furniture, modern equipment, Nu-Way Cieanara. Dial 244-0075, 18th and Perkins, tf 21-B—-AUTO PARTS AND SERVICE calf, good stock; Holstein and half beef baby calf; Holstein nurse cows; Guernsey milk cows; Good Holstein milk cows. Nlerman Bros. Hoyleton, III. 11-21 FIR GOOD AUTO REPAIRS and reasonable prices, see Jim Majors, AVi miles on 148. 242-5132. tf FOR A NICE SELECTION of Protestant and Catholic designed monuments- Come fo 1205 Salem Road, Mt. Vernon, Illinois. Geo. M. Cox, owner. tf IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Jimmy Urich, who left us I years ago today. So sadly missed by HIS FAMILY VISIT McCRAW'S Your Necchi Dealer with 45 years of continuous sewing machine experience. See the machine that we have selected as the finest on the market today. We want you to have the very best. Compare the way Necchi out performs them alK We feel, no other machine can equal the Necchi. McCRAW'S SEWING MACHINE SALES Only Home-Owned Sewing Machine Store In Jefferson County 232 S. 9th Ph. 242-0570 OPEN HOUSE FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY, NOV. 18, 19 & 20 WIN A PONY Drawing 4:00 P.M. Sunday No Purchase Necessary We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to come see our display. Norris Travel Trailers, Redi-Cabins, Deville Camp- art, Cabovers, Johnson Toppers, Morris Horse Trailers. Discount Prices — Terms Arranged DOOR PRIZES—FREE REFRESHMENTS P&LTHALMAN TRAILER SALES Route 50 West, Salem, III. TRAVIXERS: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hays recently returned from a two- week vacation in Lynwood, Calif. They visited friends, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lowery and toui-ed Disneyland, Las Vegas, and other sites. Mr. and Mrs. Hays attended the Rusty Drapper show, "Swinging Country" which was shown on TV on Nov. 15. Mr. and Mrs. James Robor- son spent Monday through Friday last week attending a meeting in Zion, Illinois in connection with Project Uplift. Mrs. Jack Gaunt spent last Wednesday through Friday in Chicago. Mrs. Alden Higginson and her two sisters, Mrs. Opal Dalton and Mrs. Gladys Casey, spent WESTERN GARDENS NEWS the past week In Flint, Mich, visiting their brothers, Mr. Manford Logan attended the "Dads' Day" activities at the University of 111. last Friday and Saturday. He was joined Saturday by Mi-s. Logan and they attended the football game. Mrs. Earl D. Jamison made a business trip to HaiTisburg, 111. Monday. MISC. ITEMS: Rickey Gangwer returned home from the hospital this week after spending 10 weeks recovering from bums. BOWLING: Bowling over 200 the past week wore Charles Nagreski, Roberta Webb and Jack Gaunt. Jack Gaunt had an especially high series of 658. Congratulations. (Pd. Adv.) Learn to Play the Organ It's Easy ... It's Fun! At Ludwig! Compltt* Sclaction of lowrty Alltn t Wiirlitisr Orgini from $56S You will be thrilled and delighted when you find out how easy it li to learn to play the organ . . . here !• a truly relaxing hobby that will be a pleasure to both you end your family . . . Lud- wig'i many lesson program* enable everyone to learn to play the organ . . . and new methods make it easy and fun . . . Put some productive fun in your leasure time now. Come in soon and find out how much fun it can be . . .1 Come In Soon! Open 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. Monday - Friday 221 So. Tenth Fli.: 244 1354 WANT TO BUY-Feeder pigs, 40 lbs. up. Jim Gibson, Bluford, Dial 732-B1M. 12.4 BATTERIES—Used 6 v. $4.95 exchange 12 V. $6.95 exchange. Guaranteed 4 m-iths. Stan The Tire Man. Dial 242«400. tt WANTED-Feeder pigs, will pick up at your term, or deliver plgi to us Tuesdays. Ross Rollinson, Southern llll- noli Feeder Pfg Sales, Kell, Dial S34- 4233 or S34-<»1. tf BATTERIES—Used 6 v. $4.95 exchange 12 V. $6.95 exchange. Guaranteed 4 m-iths. Stan The Tire Man. Dial 242«400. tt WANTED-Feeder pigs, will pick up at your term, or deliver plgi to us Tuesdays. Ross Rollinson, Southern llll- noli Feeder Pfg Sales, Kell, Dial S34- 4233 or S34-<»1. tf 21.C—PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 16—PETS AND SUPPLIES 21.C—PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 16—PETS AND SUPPLIES EYE CLASSES t9.S0 SINGLE vision lenses or prescription sun glasses. Examination $5.50, Dr. Ray E. Dalton, Optometrist. Ray''Optical Co. 117 N. Locust, Cenfralla, Illinois, tf THOROUGHBRED Boston Terrier puppies, 244-2989, 93< York Road. 71-19 EYE CLASSES t9.S0 SINGLE vision lenses or prescription sun glasses. Examination $5.50, Dr. Ray E. Dalton, Optometrist. Ray''Optical Co. 117 N. Locust, Cenfralla, Illinois, tf PETS BOARDED, heated kennel. Beagles, Dachshunds, Chihuahuas, Poodles, puppies. Stud service. Mae Callander, 2425115. tf EYE CLASSES t9.S0 SINGLE vision lenses or prescription sun glasses. Examination $5.50, Dr. Ray E. Dalton, Optometrist. Ray''Optical Co. 117 N. Locust, Cenfralla, Illinois, tf PETS BOARDED, heated kennel. Beagles, Dachshunds, Chihuahuas, Poodles, puppies. Stud service. Mae Callander, 2425115. tf 21-E—RADIO & TV SERVICE POODLES, Schnauters, Scotilai, Pekingese, Wires, Dachshunds, Bassets, Cockers, German Shepherds, Baagles. SIgvirerth KanneU. Dial 244-20(4. 1U1 RADIO SERVICE - AUTO RADIO SERVICE, See Featherstun's, 1112 Broadway. Dial 244^»22. TUBES TESTED FREE, tf T.V. SERVICE - Conscientious, ynork guaranteed. One of the oldest In town. Burgins, ath St. and ToUt Road. Dial 342-23» tr HAMILTON, Bermuda (AP) • Frank Wosser ol San Francisco got off to a good start Wednesday in defense of his international one-design yachting championships. He won the first two races. - REVIVAL - Catty Av0. Baptist ChHrch 1st and Cas«y Nov. 16—27 7:30 P.M. Special Singing each evening Bro. PAUL TAAKA Song Leader •Everyone Weleomt W. C. "BUSS" HART, Patter European discovery replaces firewood! Cannel coal, which has brightened the fireplaces of northern Europ* for years, is now available here. This unique coal burns longer than wood, with « higher, cheerier flame. It provides mora heat, and leaves a bed of coals that gleyrt for hours. For your convenience we hava packed cur cannel coal In \0 -lb. bags. AAerely toss a bag on the fire for over three hours of bright, •ntartaining flames. Your hands stay clean, your carpet stays frc« of sawdust. Gat mora an|oyment from your fireplace by switching to cannel coal now. Priced at only 65c per 10-lb, bag. Our ganuln* cannal coal will ba delivered fraa with tha purchaia of tan or mora bags, CALL 244-0884 Anchor Coal Company Corner 17th ond Perkins, Mt. Vernon WEEKEND SPECIAL Friday and Saturday, November 18 and 19 WE HAVE MILK AVAILABLE IN PLASTIC CARTONS CHOCOLATE MILK ° °" W 2% SLENDO Grade A Homogenized $|I9 GRADE A LARGE EGGS Doz, Gal. DAIRY ST0RE5 no N. 3rii 1702 So. 10th HOU»S< U:00 1. fcOO P.M. Ml. V.,r.n, lllmoi.

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