Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 18, 1966 · Page 10
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10 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, lUINOIS WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BUYING AND SELLING I fiOll CLAwSSIFIED ADS PHOIVE 242-0117 CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE IN BY 9:00 A.M. TO GUARANTEE PUBLICATION SAME DAY 1—MALE AND FEMALE FOR RENT— 4 room modern hous«, 2 bedrooms, tiled kitchen and tiath, wired for automatic waslier and dryer, can be MAM.VSD ORGANS and Hammond pianos. Full line Franchlied Dealer I serving Southern Illinois. Hammond Op WANTED—Custodian at Opdylce grade school. Must be from district. Apply seen Sunday 10 til 3 p.m. 2405 Main. Il-W; gan Studios of Benton, III., 7 blocks FOR RENT—4 rooms and bath, built In 1 north, 3 blocks wesfi Benton Public cabinets, gat heat, hot water. Dial I snnari tf 242-4253. tf ' 17--POULTRY FOR RENT—4 room modern house. West pari. 244-063I after 5. 12-C—APPLES In person at school from 8:30 til 3:30 ' poR RENT-S acres with 4 room mod- on or before Nov. 23, \966. 11-21 | ern house, BeraBe, west city limits, I y* mile north. 242-4985. tf FARM FOREMAN WANTED—Large Delta trjct In S. E. Mo. Modern house furnished. Good salary. Write P. 0. Box 404. Charleston, Mo., giving age, education, experience, salary expected. 11-19 M I MYERS ORCHARD-Apple^ood selec- tlon of most varieties. Open until i:00 p.m. during November, 12 miles north of Mf. Vernon. tf 13—AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT—4 acres, 4 room house and EXPERIENCED SECRETARY needed.; outbuildings $35 month. 4 room house One girl office. Must be good typist, and garage $30 month, 17th end North with some shorthand. S day week. Group I sh-eet. 2«i-4985. tf Insurance, fringe benefits. Call for interview 242-6228. Banker's Life and Casualty Co. tf FOR RENT—5 room house, 3nd house Te'xVcols^^iS? ''Tioi ' FOR-SALE-T960 ^'98- Olds, full power, Texico, 75S-4M1. IMS, conditioning, very good condition, 33 Northbrook. 11-18 FOR RENT—Modern homes In west part) 2 'ledrooms $85; 3 bedroom! tllO and up. . >ni »on Real Estate. tf 7—ROOMS WANTED—Young man capable of handling young boys, ages 12 to 16. Also mus.'-be able to meet public. Permanent „„ position. Local concern. Good opportunity i f^"" RENT—Sleeping rooms, permanent for right man. All replies kept confiden- 1 "-'nslent. Cotonial Hotel tf % Re°'is?er''-Ncws' *° ^"^ ^''^^i' 8—RENT MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE-195J Cadillac, 4 door, extra clean, good condition. Dial 242-0784. 11-21 19«4 VOLKSWAGEN, 2 Dr. sedan, sreen, radio, heater. Full price $1199.00. 100% warranty. Regency Motors, 242-8200. tf FOR SALE—12 young turkeys. D.i8l 7328203,'1 mile east Bluford Grain Elevator. Walter Scott. IMS FOR SALE—Started pullets, Babcock B-300 year around. Sutton's Poultry Enterprise Inc. Phone 242-4389, Mf. Vernon, tf T8~-BUILDING SUPPLIES FLOOR TILE, WALL TILE; Asphalt, Vinyl asbestos, pure Vinyl plastic, Ceramic adhesives, etc. Tile Supply Co., 1419 S. 10th. 242-5809. tf 19—REAIESTATE 4 ACRE TRACT, 2 miles nortfi of old highway 37, has 5 room house, modern except heat, newly decorated. On 2 state highways and railroad. Ideal site for poultry, shrubbery or Industry. Win sell on terms to responsible parties. Also 80 acres heavy timber, mostly hickory, small river bottom, southwest part, Jefferson county, $50.00 per acre. Ralph Melton. Dial 242-4547, P. O. Box 132. 11-22 WANTEO-Salesman to sell frozen foods SEE KAMrER SKELGAS for JOO gallon Propana tanks Installed with lifetime i Ro'd- 1985 VOLKSWAGEN, 113 sedan, radio, heater, white tires. Pretty red. Full price $1399.00. 100% warranty. Regency Motors, Salem Road. tf IFOR QUICK SALE-Terms, 2-4 room 1942 FORD FAIRLANE, fordor, radio, modern houses, on separate lots, soutti- neater, auto, trans. 100% warranty.; west part of Mt. Vernon. Make offer Full price $799. Regency Motors, Salem | 242-4985. 11-18 In lnr;il Calai-u nr rnnmUch.. ' fropanS TanXS mSia 100 Wllh lieiimO I r^vasi. >. —— -7— — ca ^u°r "heT «.f M^c'e ^^rEltsVi^" * .24 Main, 24^^44 MERCURY Comet Callente 4 door i ''"^J,^,'"^, ^^m ^^afmS uiM. cnoH r >i .,rih„.„„ T,,... 1 1M. Sedan. Automatic transmission, radio, •^^//.^"i^t^bui ^dliSs 9 4 S 2Tth -^S i'Jl':^™"^ "''"^^ «°»°^?:|ill -m'c^ern house? uir S 25th. LS ville Food Distributors Tues., Nov. 22nd afier 2 p .m. at TraveLodge Motel, Mt. Vernon. 11-21 FOR SALE SUCCESSFUL company since 1877 has' opening for salesman In Southern 111. — Sell proven program to merchants, 9—SALE MISCELLANEOUS *!'.1.,*,!:?r: FOR SALE-Electrolux vacuum cleaner. 242 -4200, 28lh and Main, $500.00. Phone 242-4985. tf 22—LOST LOST—Large male Odlle dog. Tag around neck. Full white ring eround neck. Reward. 242-0993. > 11-19 STRAYED-Small,.brown, female, 229 S. with only one eye, vicinity wast of south 34th St. Please call 342-4J0*. 11-18 LDST-Thursday night, about two miles southwest of Bonnie, male hound. Buckskin with white feet, white spot on front of head. Dial 242-4984, 1309 J. 12th SL 11-18 24—RUMMAGE SALES HURRY, HURRY-Rummage tale, m S. 9th, Saturday, Nov. 1»th 1 e.m. 11-18 TWO FAMILY RUMAAAGE SALE-Sat.i Nov. 19, 8, a.m. to 7 p.m. Dishes, children and adult etethino, toys, tome furniture and miscellaneous Items. 1 miles on Opdyke road at Mills Curve. 1M» FOUR FAMILY RUMMAGE-lSth and Perkins, Sat. only, Nov. 19, t until 3. tM8 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1966 Santa iZlaus Ringing Cash Register Early MOTHER'S EXCHANGE Have holiday dresses, nice winter coefs, car coats, nice baby clothes and etc. 1904 S. 9th. Go to Rocket Cafe on Benton Road, turn left, first sh-eet left again, second house on right. Shop In rear. Closed Mondays and at 3 p.m. on Friday. 11-18 '41 PONTIAC Ventura 2 door hard top. I FARMS FOR SALE—By owner. Several radio, heater, 100% warranty, $799.001 large tracts Delta land In S. E, Mo., full price. Regency Motors, 242-4200. tf Slightly used. A real buy. Earl ers. Repeat business from established accounts. High earnings. No age limit.' For personal Interview write F. AA, Duff, I "^y- 104 Main St., Park Ridge, 111. 11-19 ' FOR SALE-Good church pews, cheap, i »799.00. 100% warranty. Regency Motors, .1 First Methodist church, 214 W. Main, alolning, and two large tracts partly rolling land near W. Vienna, III. Will 'B 3: '*"p .^^°\"°,^^^nJ^hu ^l,'Z ^nrt"^ iin;;«. Will take small't ^acT^ InVade \'n ! .u ^m'a'ric '"rMon"'power ^s\^^^^ i ^^33^"^"' 242-4200. ^dfnf {^rof oart "t7ni'e'' WrHo 'Sox 'cP>'°"» "^^JJ"". \ 1958 FORD 4 door tI99. Regency Motors, .s '^Jgiir^^-K" "IJ '=°o '?ef ;:;'|-;b °v°"'BiS ;'rAV',e?'Th *;nP^2S^^ ? I Dream amy, Bleciermeier', China doll nnnr- e= j liZZ ITlo o PERMANENT JOB, age 24 to 45. Must, .[^"'L^ ' ^oton .ta ^J Rofd 2Jwm do some selling and drive truck. Ex- 1 0'»». Phone 242-1949. „ •. JT7.—= perience not necessary. Excellent paid fringe benefits Include hospitalization, 1 FOR SALE—5' hide-a-bed, newly up- hblidays, vacation plan. Our drivers; bolstered In gold embossed naugahyde. average over $100,00 per week, plus •ravel allowance. Applications are held confidential. Dowzer Electric 1st and Castlefon, Mt, Vernon, 111. 11-21 Good mattress $100.00. See at Martin's Upholstery Shop, 1812 Perkins. 11-21 FOR SALE-225 amp. Lincoln wrider, Ideal for farm or shop. 718 S. 15th. YOUNG MEN !LL« 18 to 24 GUITARS FOR CHRISTMAS—Put one In • Free .0 travel Houston, New Orleans, layaway now. We are clearing our Miami and 35 other malor cities and ""tire stock to make way for new '47 resort areas, and return with chaper- j models. All models at cost or below, oned grcup. Transportation expenses Featherstun's. 11-23 1958 PLYMOUTH 2 door $149. Regency Motors, Salem Road. tf 1958 DESOTO $97. Regency Salem Road, 242-4200. Motors, tf 1958 CHEVROLET Station wagon $149. Regency Motors, Salem Road, 242-6200. tf 1955 STUDEBAKER Commander, i door $149. 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 modern bungalo, basement, furnace and stocker, 1025 Telle Road, only $4,500,00. 3 BEDROOM MODERN, living room,! RUMMAGE SALE—Sat., Nov. 19, » to 5, 804 S. 25th, Men's suits, sizes 42 and 44, lot shirts, ladles and men 's winter coats, miscellaneous Items. 11-18 RUAAMAGE SALE-Fri. and Sat., Nov. 18 and 19, 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. 414 S. 15th. Clothing of all kinds, miscellaneous Items, some furniture, new Barbie and Ken outfits, aprons. Will take orders. 11-H RUMMAGE SALE—FrI., Nov. 18, and Sat., Nov 19, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 28th and Fisher's l.ane. 11-18 RUMMAGE SALE-Sat., Nov. 19 at 1913 Lake St. from 9 to S, children and adults winter clothing, miscellaneous Items. 11-18 RUMMAGE SALE-Sat., Nov. 19, 10 to 5. Clothing, dishes, books, television, half bed. On Rt. 37 south edge of Bonnie. 11-18 RUAAMAGE—221 Grant, Addition, ail this week. Meadowbrook 11-18 RUMMAGE SALE—Thursday and- Friday, Nov. 17th and 18th from 9 a. m. to paid. Cash drawing account to start. | UPHOLSTERY MATERIAL for sale. 1 tot Average earnings $125,00 a week plus; choice fabrics reduced for clearance., bonuses. See Mrs. Mulilns, Hotel Em- 1 $1.45 per yard and up for nylon frieze, merson, Mt. Vernon, 2 to S p.m. dally. , cotton, burlap and others. Solid colors' TIAAMONS AUTO SALES — Clean used 401 N. 4th St. cars for 35 years. Marvin L. Moore,; salesman. Walnil HiU, 532-4073. cjt^i-,rvi-n.,/vi iviui-'cr^i^i, living room, i_ K*r««««* M„II. ^ j..,. carpeted, nice built In cabinets, kitchen : ',„^,-;",,^f ,--;'-anS'''.d*u' lewelry, dishes, etc. Use rear entrance. and 2 bedrooms panneled, only $5,250.00, 2515 Broadway. Il-lt tf I 140 ACRE FARM, all farmable and treat- 5A_BCAUTY CHOPS -I ed, extra nice 3 bedroom home, full •'O—PeAUIT StlOf* FOR SALE—Nice 1941 Ford Galaxie basement, furnace and stoker, north of 4 door, small V-8, auto, trans,, power | Keenes on Orchardville Road, YOUNG LADIES 18 to 24 , — steering and brakes, new tires. 242-1 11-18 and floral patterns. Bullard and Martin's. I 4771. 11-18 1 I 1812 Perkins, 242-1244. 11-22 ' m 10 FOR SALE—Electric stove, electric Free ta travel Houston, New Orleans, sweeper. Warm Morning heating stove. Miami and 35 other major cities and ; Dial 242-5941. 11-19 I ar!^ '??,n»Xln"„'"' «™ ' FOR SALE-No hunting, no trespassing, j ter, 242-1525 or 242-3277. SIw r«^"rtr .L>!,„*.^^I I •<"• ••""' •<"• "'«' "Partmenf for rent: FOR SALE-I940 Chev., 2 door, Impala CagS'«rnrng :'"l ,2 /S ,"a"*w?elc'pIui Resi»ter-News office, tf ' j>ra,op "d'o heater, conditioning, bonuses. See Mrs, MuUins, Hotel Em- FURNITURE and miscellaneous Items !^Z,^'I"^ll*I'r?l"''io^^'^-,"^ « FOR TRADE-One 1964 Chevrolet convertible; One 1965 Chevrolet, 2 door; One 1964 Chevrolet 4 door. All clean and priced right. Phone Everett Carpen- 11-18 D. T. HENSON REAL ESTATE 313 B S. lOth St, Phono 242-3622 or 242-3724 12-21 for sale. Dial 264-7655. ,Y,,j Service, Wayne City. 895-2523. merson, Mf. Vernon, 2 to 5 p.m. dally.; Parents welcome at Interview. 11-18 QNE G. E. AUTOMATIC washing ma-1 13.A—HOUSE TRAILERS FOR SALE OR RENT—Very neat, all modem 2 bedroom home. Immediate occupancy, $6950.00. 242-5543 after 4:30 p.m. 11-21 WANTED—Office girL Shorthand and typing required. Good I ,-,v.^.r. ! chine; One baby bed. Cheap. 244-0431 after 5, tf ST. CLAIR MOBILE HOME SALES, Rt. 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 ^ - , ,37 South Salem, III. See the best In' FOR SALE—Comfortable five room working conditions. Write Box C-875. 11-19 • I GOOD USED VACUUM cleaner, only ) MobHe Home living at St. Clair. Also i home, stoker heat, carpeted living $14,95, McCraw'i Sewing Machine ; discount on new 10' and 12' wide, over! room. Full basement, double garage. TELEVISION SERVICEAAAN-Good on Sales, Mt. Vernon. black and white and color. $3.50 per , MCUI/ vApnarp hour-fringe benefits-steady employment! ^ double knit dacron knits vwx)l' St. Clair before you buy, -bonus-will pay moving expenses. Phone ! . "r?"' "JjTt .^H "IL ^r luJi/ vS. i X29-5474 collect-ask for Jerry. BAYLESS :'t?^^''. ""tT^^ ^l^': Ti'.""f TV and APPLIANCE. Decatur, Illinois. "•'8 < i mo. old. Over 40 new and used to Near Casey and Hall schools. G. l'. chose from. Check on a good deal from loan. Located at 435 S, 21st, 11-22 ~tf .r tarr\, R&Vt CCC ' C SeyS, OHU WWl UlCIIUS, WUUI UUC- " mc am E wSxi 5 ^'n «l«nnel, printed silks for blouses. FOR RENT-1 trailer lot SO-xUS'. Call INC, 802 E. VJo^n johmlfi Remnant Shop, 1029 Old Air- j 242-4509 after 7 p.m. Gooel Wood, 11-18 LA—SITUATION WANTED WANTED-Baby sitting by adult 5 day week, qualified, can furnish reference. Call 2<2-0S15. 11-19 1-B—BUSINESS OPPOR. FOR SALE—S chair beauty salon. Main street location, 242-5333. 11-22 port Road, Mt. Vernon, Hi. ; MOBILEHOME INSURANCE DUE? See GRAND OPENING this wjik. The Gift us for the best insurance you can buy. House, 6 miles north on Rt, 37. Italian Specialized policy designed for mobile- decorator bottles, 99; miniature kerosene | home owners. No deductibles. Quick, fair lamps, 9yc pair; Early American sewing I cl«lm handling. See or call us today cabinets to $2.79, hand decorated im-1'or^lmmedlate coverage, terms. Stewart ported candles, lie. Open Tuesday thru { Mobllehomes, 242-0982. IM Sunday, 10 to 6. , HEAT TAPES, roof coating, gas furnace FOR SALE—Executive'* type home, 2 miles from square, 5 bedrooms, 2 baths. Large living room and family room. 10 acres of wooded land. Dial 242-4032 after s p.m. ' 11-21 FOR IMMEDIATE SALE—Terms. Owner Granite City. Make offer. Good 4 room modern house, washroom, garage. 914 S. ?5. 242-4985. tf FOR QUICK SALE—$100,00 down, $30.00 month, reduced only $1200,00, 4 room FOR SALE—Lunch room, good location In Mt. Vernon area. Small investment needed. For Information 732-3471 after 4 p.m. 11-19 FOR "a lob well done feeling" dean repair parts, steps, new furnaces, Sas house, m«lern except heat, garage^^^ carpets with Blue Lustre. Rent elech-ic «nd electric water heaters, "Wfi" con-1 Noi-th Aj ^o i,,, 27th and Main, $500.00 shampooer $1,00. C. C. Murphy Co., 909 '• nections, and various other mobilehome 242 t'BS. tf Broadway. 11-19 1 P'^ts. We repair and level mobllehomes. EXCELLENT, efficient and economical, that's Blue Lustre carpet and upholstery cleaner. Rent electric shampooer t-OR LEA5E-D-X «ervlce station, 1814i»l-M- Doualas Rexall Drugs. 11-19 rjrklns, low gallonage rent. No Inven-1 UPHOLSTERY MATERIALS—Choice fab- tory to purchase. Excellent opportunity | rics, outlet prices, large stock, REN' ti operate your own business on small Investment. Phone 242-2354 or 2—WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY-Good, used '/i or U h.p. electric motor. Phone 244 -1967. 11-18 SHAWS. Corner Peach and 29th. 12-13 CHRISTMAS CARDS, reasonably priced, name Imprinted no extra charge. MYERS THE PRINTER, College at 17th. tI-2» BAT::ROOM OUTFITS Sold and Ind- stalled. Back hoe digging for wafer WANTED—small or large farm. Also "n" •n<l holes. Cell 244-274i wanted, cheap houses needing repair. Z Gale Knox. Phone 242-4985, tf BE SURE-Insure with the Golden Rule — Hospital Plan, Louis FItts, Box 544, WANTED—To buy used propane tanks. vernon. 242-0668. tf Phone 242-4359. Harper 's Vice, Salem Road. Propane Srr, tf 3^WANTED TO RENT 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 PARTS for all electric shavers, 24 hour servic Most models. Clark Jewelers, 110 North Ninth. tf >t;' of rugs, carpets, cash and carry pans. VKB repair una levei iiiuuiiciiuiiicj. „„ p . hprtroomt larnf can US today for free estimate. Stewart FORSAL,f-^,„'',^^^^^^^^ Mobllehomes, 242-09B2, 12-3 FOR SALE—New models In 10' and 12' wide Mobile homes. All electric models available. All deluxe equipment. E. <nd H. Mobllehomes, Sesser. 425-2721. « Farm Buildings for Sol* BUILDING? See Sturdl-Built Company, E. Rt. 16. Write Box 486, Phone 217345-7005, Charleston, Illinois, or Evertf Atkinson, R. 7, phone 418-242-3941, Mt. living room with fireplace, dining room, den, 2V3 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. Reason ably priced, modern improvements. Lawrence Gammill, Woodlawn. 11-21 Vernon Illinois. 11-19 FOR SALE—40 acre farm, standing tim' ber and grazing land, excellent barn, also 5 room house, garage, hen house and cellar. Ideal location for a lake. Located 9 miles southwest of McLeans- A-C D17 2 row mounted picker, late : boro. Gleta Hall, owner. Write R. 2 Mc- model, good condition; 42' Kewanee I Leansboro, or call Dale exchange 773- elevator and hoist, wide trough. Buren ' 2481. tf Moore, Xenia, Illinois, dial 678-3531. 11-19 14—FARM EQUIPMENT ONCE IN A LIFE TIME BARGAIN-1 Continental Belton model RSR-50F pull type shredder, complete, with 14" wheels, 13/8" PTO. brand new. Buy at dlstrlbu- prlces. The Karpet Korner, 12fh and; tor cost, $385.00; 1 model D-44, all new' OQ SERVICES MISC. Jordan, Mt. Vernon. ft | post hole digger W/9" auger, 3/8" PTO, | ___ buy at distributor cost $236,00; 1 Con- i LAWN MOWER grinding, motors repair- SERVICES 4—WANTED MISCEL. 19 .A HEATING & PLUMBING tinental trailer mounted sprayer, fiber ! ^ ^ . —. .... ^. Blass tank, 14" vrtieels, tips bottom feed, FOR SALE-Good, 20 Inch, steel. Ward's brand new, buy at distributor cost, FARM LISTINGS WANTED—Let me coal furnace. Only $50.00. Call 242-2257 55)8.00. We will continue to stock parts help you sell your farm land. Licensed : after 4 p.m. 11-22 ^ above. Mid-States Chemical Com- In Illinois. Can finance. Specializing In pQ^ SALE—70,000 B.T.U. gas heater, i Peny, inc., Waltonviiie Road, Mt. Ver- large tracts. Farm loans made in llii- $75 405 Opdyke 11-18 non, Illinois, tf nois. J. M, Wallace, Charleston, Mo, Phone Mu-3-6339. ' 11.19 FOR SALE-New gas heater, with rad-1 FOR SALE-'90 AC combine, pull type, lents and blower 45,000 B.T.U,; Used WANTED—Couple wants to adopt Infant' gas heater with blower, 70,000 B.T.U. or small girl. Give age in detail. Write Call 242-1089. 11-18 auger header, call 534-6486. 11-22 Box C-6262. 11-18 r WANTED—Chairs to cane. 709 N. 12th St., 242-1657. 9-B—^AppliancM I'-'S j VACUUM CLEANERS-ELECTROLUX- WANTED-Corn shelling, using 2-row 'Jewest carpet attachment with rotat- header. Phone 242-3795 or see Don i ' brusii. RUE washers floor polishers. Cheprlion, Liberty Road. WANTED—To correspond or keep com- 11-22 S les and Service. Sterling Dodson. 242 4137. ff pany with a nice man, 45 fi, 55. W'ite 1 for* R <ko». B kA^^^..^ to Box C-16D, % Reglster-News, 11-22 OOatS gl MOtOn BATTERY headquarters, see us for auto, truck, and tractor batteries and save. R/C Farm Parts Co., Rt. 37 S. Salem, IlL VN1_8 FOR SALE—210 John Deere corn head; 410 John Deere corn head; Oliver 88, oversize pistons, 150 hours on overhaul; 414 Oliver plow. Call K. W. Myers, 2425155 or 244-0730. tf ed. Hand SAWS filed, KEYS made, locks repaired. A. S. Hodge, 811 South IBth 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 242*106 ur 244-2989. t« 14.A—FARM SUPPLIES IRONING In my home. Will pick up and ; FOR SALE—T.V. antenna towers, new deliver. 242-3772, 11-18 j various makes, models. Burgln's Radio and T. V., «th and Tolle Road. Dial 242- tf TAKING CHRISTMAS ORDERS for all Barbie type doll clothes until Christ-' mas. Made cheap. Dial 242-4777. 11-21 WANTED—Painting, decorating and, . , carpenter work. Phone 242-6293. ff j stuns. Dial 244-0322. ALTERATIONS AND TAILORING for FOR SALE—Several good used T. V .'s, or used, with or without rotor. Foither- tf men and women. 242-4707. 12-1 CUSTOM BUTCHERING and complete processing. Also will freeze, pick-up and deliver. Phone 732-2941. Alter 5:00 p.m. 732-8743. tf PLA^T'•RING by contract or by hour. 9—E TV & RADIO GIVE THE KIDS a portable G.E. TV for Christmas. Only $78,00. Easy terms or layaway. Goodyear Service Store, I2I2 Broadway. 11-21 SEASONS SPECIAL ON NUTRENA FEEDS-Free Turkey with ton order. Prices are seasonally low. Buy needs ' and Wallpaper Co,, 910 Main St. Dial 244- SPRAY your home for roaches, water bugs, ants, flea- and other Insects. Price $4,00. Phone 242.1265. tf RENTAL EQUIPMENT-Floor polishers, small bnd large; Wallpaper steamer. Floor Sander, Rug Shampooer, free with purchas. of shampoo. Smith- Alsop Paint now. Offer good thru November. Federal North Iowa Grain Co. Benton Road. 11-21 15—LIVESTOCK ASSUME PAYMENTS on G.E. 21" color TV. A-1 condition. Guaranteed, $4.00 per Diar244!l1iT""' " lweeV,Go ^rear'-^^^^ Dial 244-1765. j Broadway. 11.21 FOR RENT 5—APARTMENTS FOR SALE-Televlslon, RCA walnut console, excellent condition, tlOO.OO; Mouton jacket, size 12, hardly worn, $20.00; older refrigerator, $20.00. Dial 244-2838 or 244^)120, 11-19 lO-A-SEWING MACHINES FOR RENT—Modern furnished 3 room apt. 3 walk In closets, TV antenna, I J23I Broadway. Phone 242-2019. 11-22 | REPOSSESSED TV console. Singer Co. FOR RENT—4 room house; modern, carport, part basement, north part. Call 242-2281. 11-lJ FOR RENT— 3 room unfurnished epart- ment, garage, heat and water furnished. Adults, Phone 242-1251. tf 3 ROOM FURNISHED APT. basement, J porchps and yard. 242-3648, 11-18 FOR RENT—All modern furnished wart- menfs w'th stoker heaf, U06<A S. 10th. 244-1447 or 244-4492. ff FOR RENT—Five room unfurnlstiwt <Ju.; plex acarfment, 709'/!i Salem'.Road. Stoker heat. 24«J0O or 244-11»7. ff 6—HOMES FOR RENT—3 bedroom, modem home, 124 N. 9th. 11-21 BRAND NEW SINGER console Mwlng machine. Only 1. $70. Singer Co. 124 N. 9 (h. n-21 FOR SALE—Week old Guernsey heifer calf, good stock; Holstein and half beef baby calf; Holstein nurse cows; Guernsey milk cows; Good Holstein milk cows. Nlerman Bros. Hoyleton, 111. 11-21 WANT TO BUY—Feeder pigs, 40 lbs. up. Jim Gibson, Bluford, Dial 732-8154. 12-4 WANTED-Feeder pigs, will pick up at your farm, or deliver pigs to us Tuesdays. Ross RoUinson, Southern Illinois Feeder Pig Sales, Kell, Dial 5344233 or 534-4291. tf 16—PETS AND SUPPLIES PUPPIES—Poodles, Bostons, Scotties, Dachshund, Toy Manchester, Collies, Bassets, Beagles, Terriers, Siamese kittens. 712 E. Main, AAarlon, III. Phone 993-4920. 11-19 0436. tf 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. ff TACK DOWN carpeting, upholstered furniture, modern equipment. Nu-Way Cleanera. Dial 244-0075, 18th and Parkin*, tf 21 >B—AUTO PARTS AND SERVICE FOR GOOD AUTO REPAIRS and reasonable prices, see Jim Malors, 4 VJ miles on 148. 242-5132. tf NOVEMBER SPECIAL-Dress up Thanksgiving with a $8.50 permanent for $4,50, 305 S, 11th, 242-1414. 11-30 27—CAR LICENSE 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 Sfeflon, 300 S, 10th; Charles Cook, 704 22nd St. 242-4492; Gale Knox, 242-4985. Wanted Springfield riders, tf ORDER YOUR auto and truck license now. We will have them for you December first. Stewart Mobllehomes, 3420982. 12-3 30—SPECIAL NOTICE MONDAY'S AAARKET, Nov. 14, 1964 at the Jefferson County Sole Bam, located 4 miles east of Mf. Verrton, III, Auction every Monday, This week we had 118 consigners that brought In about SOO head of livestock and we certainly appreciate them. Then we had i large number of packer buyers and order buyers and butcher blyers for yoo stock. Our cattle market was steady to strong on most cattle, mostly on cows and feeder calves. Fed cattle were about steady with last week. Our best butcher cows were selling at 14 to 17.50. Canners and cutters 14 to 1S:50, thin cows 11 to 13,00. Gene Sargent, Oix, 111,, had a load of fed heifers, went at 22.90 to 23,20; Bernard Moore, DIx, fed heifers up to 23.40; Tony SomeskI, Ashley, ill,, fed cattle 22,60 to 23.20; Rufus Yoong- bkXKl, Keenes, few Holstein steers and heifers 21,40 to 22,60; Ralph Huff, Bluford, had 7 bull calves, weighing 465, .went at 25,50, 2 choice calves, weighed 275. Each crossed the sales at 28,75,-one cow at 15,00 and one at 17.00; Keith Latfa, one 1300 lb. cow went at 17.00; Ed Schaffer, Ava, 111. 2 cows one at 16.80 one at 17.10; Ross Green, Bluford, Holstein feeder steers at 20,00; Harry Smith, Waltonviiie, 3 heifers going at 19.00 to 22.00, these heifers weighed around the 700 bracket; Lewis AAanahan Johnsonville, 111., cows at 14.50, 250 lb. veal calf at 28,75; Richard Donoho, 1 cow, weighed 1500 lbs, at i7.00; O. B. Flathery, Wayne City, 4 heifer calves 22,80; George SIdel, Keenes, 111,, had a load of calves, went at 22 to 25,25; Jim Elliott, DJx, III., had 2 cows at 15,50 and 17.00; Mike Mccarty, Mt. Vernon, ML, had 17 mixed calves, the steers went at 21.90, the heifers at 20,50; Irene Schlagg, Belle Rive, III,, 5 bull short horn calves, went at 23,25; Johnny Wheeler, Dale, III., 1 black calf 24.50; Don Meadows, Dlx, 180 lb, calf at 27,50, Our hog market was about steady with last week. Now don't forget, call In early, so we can get your stock in. Our sale will be starting early becaOse the days are short. Remember competitive bidding gets them market prices. ROY TAYLOR, Operator. Phone 244-1909, 11-1» 9y HAL BOYLE NKW YORK (AP) - Santa Claus, that merry merchant, is ringing the cash register early this year. An ornate yule tree has stood for a couple of weeks now in the window of a prominent Fifth avenue store, reminding depressed passers-by that mankind's annual orgy of good will is nigh. It seems to get Higher sooner with each succeeding season. Riding to work in a cab the other morning, we passed a huge unlit electronic Christmas tree climbing the side of another Fifth Avenue building. The driver noted it gloomily and said: "I guess I'll surprise my wife and let her get her tee,th capped this Christmas. Well, why not? After all, It's only money." And then he added moddily: "The trouble with Christmas any more is that by the time it gets-here it's stale already." Now isn 't that true? It is impossible to celebrate more than one holiday at a time, and a growing number of people are resenting the ti-end to an earlier, ever earlier, Christmas. For one thing, it is infringing on one of our oldest and most festive national holidays- Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is one of the most profound expressions of mankind, as deeply religious in its essence as Christmas and even wider in a way because its gratitude to the •Creator is bound by no particular creed. It celebrates the harvest and man's eternal victory over winter and hunger. But it is getting impossible to pay Tharicsgiving its proper due with Santa Claus rushing on stage yeUing "Ho, Ho, Ho!" When President iTohnson issued his annual Thanksgiving proclamation, it might have been a good idea if he had coupled it with a quiet order to U.S. customs inspectors along the Canadian border: "If a fat guy wearing whiskers and a red suit shows up, keep him out of the country at least until the firtt of December. If he makes a fuss, tell him you suspect one of his reindeer has the foot-and-mouth disease. Check his license. See if he's driving a stolen sled." In many cases it is less a celebration than participation in mass hysteria. Christmas is getting to be such a year-round industry that, sooner or later, in some household a kid looking for hidden Easter eggs will be startled to see Santa Claus sliding down the chimney in a straw hat. AUCTION SALE-Sunday, Nov. 20, at 1 p,m, at the Trallblazer, 3 miles west of Mt. Vernon on RIchview Road. Lots of merchandise. George White, auctioneer, Ruth Connelly, operator. 11-19 NO HUNTING OR TRESPASSING on any land owned or operated by W. L. or Jim RIechman, RIchview, III, 11-21 NOW OPEN-BERT'S SHOP. A toy and novelty shop at Bell and Polk Streets. Open 11 a.m. to I p.m. Owned and operated by Albert A, Cralley, 11-21 NO HUNTING OR TRESPASSING on the property of Herbert Lowe, R. 4. Game Farm Road. 11-18 FREE COFFEE artd cookies now tll Christmas. Singer Sewing Center, 124 N. 9th, 12-14 THE DEWITT LUMBER CO. Gift Shop presents distinctive gift ware. 102-104 s, 17th. 12-12 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 HI A. For Information contact Alma Humphrey, 620 North street, Mt. Vernon or call 2440523. n-23 CAMPBELL AAATTRESSES, Merrlman's At Ina, 111. Open Mon., Wed,, FrI. only 10 a.m. to < p.m. tf 31—MONUMENTS FOR A NICE SELECTION of Protestant and Catholic designed monuments— Come to 1205 Salem Road, Mt. Vernon, nilnoU. Geo. M. Cox, owner. tf IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our "two baby sons, Bobby Gale and Kevin Wayne, who l"**" "Bd •<x'a>'' Nov. 19/ 1965. Sadly Missed by MOMMIE AND DADDY, JOANN AND BOBBY GROVES SHOOTING MATCH-ROY'S PLACE, NASON, Illinois. 1 p.m. Sat., Nov. 19th. Turkeys and hams. Shells furnished. 11-18 AIRPORT CAFE-WIII 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 admission per person, Frl- day, Nov. 25, 1W3 FREE TURKEY each day til Thanksgiving. Just register. No oblleatlon. Vern's Staniaril Service, 24th and Broadway. 11-21 in tovlng memory of our two darling baby grandsons, Bobby Gale and Kevin Wayne Groves, who passed away one year ago today, Nov. 19, 1945. Softly Hie stars are shining upon a prechws grave; Beneath lies the ones we love, but whom we could not save. Friends may think we have forgotten. When at times they see us smile. But little do they know the heartache ttiat our smiles hide all the while. Sadly missed by GRANNY AND PA PA, MR. AND MRS. LONNIE CLARK In memory of our toved one, Frank Hopkins, who left us one year ago today, November 18, 1945. You wished no one a last farewell. Not even said good bye. You were gone before we realized It, And only God knows why. You left a beautiful memory and a sorrow too great to be told. But to us wfM loved and tost you your memory wni never grow okl, Eadly missed by WIFE, LULA; 1 SISTERS, AAARIE AND RUTH, 1 AND ALL WHO Editor's note: Don't pay any attention to Hal Boyle. He just opened his wife's letter to Santa Claus and found she wants a fur coat for Christmas. That's enough to upset any husband. REDS USE WAR DRUMS SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) — Viet Cong guerrillas are beating war drums in the Mekong Delta. The U,S. Navy's river patrol force reports the drums, improvised from bamboo logs, relay warnings and messages between Viet Cong units hidden in treelines along the delta's many waterways and canals. Headgear and capes worn by cardinals are scarlet. "Hope" is the motto on Rhode Island's flag. Regulation pace in the U.S. Army is 30 inches for quick time and 36 inches for double time. Bobby Hothersall, who usually rode at 60 pounds, is re- regarded as the lightest jockey ever to ride at major tracks. Historically, the word "macaroni" means "one of a class of traveled young men affecting foreign ways." Forests cover 1.7 million square miles, or 44 per cent, of Canada's area, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. 600DBUY STATE rXRM INSURANCt 1965 FURY III 4 door sedan, shii\y black with gold vinyl interior. Torqueflite transmission, radio, heater, power steering, power brakes. One owner, like new. Cleanest used car in town. S«W MOTOR CO. 1101 Salem Road ROOFING SIDING INSULATION FREE ESTIMATES Altuninnm Storm WIndowa, Doors and Awnings. NEAL BROS. ROOFING CO. DIAL 242 0808 421 Broadway GOOD GUY » REVIVAL - Casey Ave. Baptist Church 1st and Casey Nov. 16—27 7:30 P.M. Special Singing each evening Bro. PAUL TAAKA Song Leader Everyone Welcome W, C. "BUSS" HART, Pastor > roi AUTO, lift triREINSURMCE WILBURN DAVIS SfiOO Broadway 24S-S:70 Omc« — 244-1649 Home STATE FARM Inwrsne* OomiMnlM HoKN otficast Bloamlnitan, linnait PUBLIC SALE Of Personal Properly The undersigned, living SVz miles east of Ashley, '/t mile south of The Gables on the Waltnnville Road, then Vi mi'^ east, will sell her personal property at public sale on Soturdoy, Nov. 19,1966 Beginning At 12:30 P.M. S rooms of furniture, all In excellent condition, 1 dinette set, 1 gas range, 1 refrigerator with freezer on top, cooking utensils and dishes, 1 threepleco dining room suite, 1 davenport and two chairs, end tables, lamps and rugs, 1 low-boy Zenith television, 1 bedroom set: twin beds, chest and dresser, some antiques, 1 cedar chest, 1 marble-top dresser, brass bed and daybcd, gas heater, 2 washers, 1 mangle, 1 round oak table, 1 applebutter kettle, other articles too numerous to mention. FARM MACHINERY S pullt}-pe disks, 1 Massey* Harris self • propelled clipper combine, without motor. Terms of Sale^ CASH Not Responsible for Accidents No property to be removed until terms of sale are complied with. Frances Nowicki, Owner lee Bowers, AuctionMr FOR YOU., AND PARKING TOO... Jefferson Loan Co. 801 MAIN—242-4300 . FOR SALE By Owner Comfortable family home, S large bedrooms, t baths, many extras, large corner lot, 200 N. 16th Street. PHONE 242-4447 THOROUGHBRED Boston Terrier puppies, 244-2V89, m York Road. 11-19 VACUUM CLEANER witti attachmenti $39.95, Singer Co. \U N. Wl. 11-21 USED NECCHI portable, Zlg Zag sewing machine, »49.9i. Singer Co. m U. m. 11-21 ALMOST NEW NecchI portable sewing machine. Only used < months, «;.95. Singer Co. 124 N. Wh. 11-21 lO-B—MUSIC GUITARS FOR CHRISTMAS-Put one In lay-away now. We are clearing our entire stodc to make way tor new '67 WH«S*'342.«I»* iwmihwstiM'* 1l« PETS BOAROEO, heated kennel, Beagles, Dachshunds, Chihuahuas, Poodles, puppies. Stud service. Mae Callander, 242- SUS. tf POODLES, Schnauzers, Scotties, Pekingese, Wires, Dachshunds, Bassets, Cockers, German Shepherds, Beagles. SIgwerth Kennels. Dial 2M-20M VJii WIRES, MINIATURE Schnauiers, Scotties, Pekingese, Chihuahua, Bassetts snd B'lagles. Jerl-Elen Kennels, ZI2-WI0. tf 16.A—HUNTING DOGS FEMALE POINTER, good hunter »M,00! Male Setter $3 Mrtk Uk Phone Male Setter $35.00. Roii Shields, Blu- 1U-4t7t 1141 BATTERIES-Used 6 v. $4,95 exchange 12 V. S6.9S exchanae. Guaranteed 4 m-iths. Stan The Tire Man. DIaJ 2424400. If 21.C~PROFESSI0NAL SERVICE EYE GLASSES $9.M SINGLE vision lenses or prescription sun glasses. Examination $5,50. Dr. Ray E. Dalton, Optometrist. Ray Optical Co. 117 N. Locust, Centralla, Illinois, tf 21-E~-RADI0 & TV SERVICE RADIO SERVICE - AUTO RADIO SERVICE. See Featherstun's, 1112 Broadway. Dial 244-0322. TUBES TESTED FREE. tf T.V. SERVICE - Conscientious, work guaranteed. One of the oldest In town. Burglns, «th St. and Tolls Road. Dial OLD UNION SCHOOL SPAGHETTI SUPPER AND CARNIVAL SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1966 Start Serving 5:30 P.M. Spaghetti Slaw — Fr*nch Bread Pit — Drink Adults ~ 75c Children — 50c SHOOTING MATCH BONNIE SADDLE CLUB NOV. 20, 1966-1:30 9M. HAMS—TURKm-BACON BEG YOUR PARDON In our Wednesday, November 16 od 14 to 16 Lb. Young Hen Turkeys were Ksted at Lb. 49c IT SHOULD HAVE READ: 14 To 16 Lb. Young Hen Turkeys >->> 39 8AM - 9PM THURS.FRI, SAT MARKET 22"d PERKINS CRAND RE-OPENING Beautifully Remodeled BRASS KEY DINING ROOM Specializing in STEAKS —CHOPS —SEA FOOD CompUt* List of Imported and American Winet We Hove Completely Remodeled Our Dining Room For Your Dining Pleasure. Courteous Personnel To Serve You. GRAND RE-OPENING SPECIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY SURPRISE WITH EACH DINNER SERVED DINING ROOM AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE BRASS KEY Phone 242-9783 For Reservations 913 S. lOlh Strut

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