Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 21, 1966 · Page 5
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 5

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Monday, November 21, 1966
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1964 SCHELLER Sorry to report the tragic death of Leon Panzier, a junior at Waltonville High School, who died from injuries received when the motorcycle he was riding collided with a school bus at Waltonville. Funeral services were held Wednesday at Waltonville in the High School Gymnasium. Burial was in Maple Hill cemetery at Sesser. To the family we extend our deepest sympathy. Mr. and Mrs. Gurney Dillard of Normandy accompanied by Mrs. Jerry Lampricht o! Steeleville visited their sister, Lena Pyszka Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ziggie Kawinski and granddaughter, Robin Kern of Mt. Vernon visited Sun. with Bilr. and Mrs. John B. Quinn. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson McCormack over the weekend were: Etroy McCaslin and Clovjs Slanfill of Lexington, Tenn., Wm. Ritchie and LeRoy Rauslett of Hibghland. 111. Other THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS callers were: Elmer Bates of Sesser, Alva Darrought,: Stanley Cochrun, Roy Wright, Johnie Lawson, stationed at Wake Island with the U. S. Air Force and Mike Minor in the U. S. Navy stationed at Florida and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Shurtz and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wres- sler of St. Louis spent Friday and Saturday with his mother, Mrs. Steve Dressier and Joe. " Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bonebrake of Decatur visited Mr. and Mrs. Ben Laur and Linda over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Lewis and sons were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Newell Sunday. Miss Polly Dycus of Springfield visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dycus over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pyszka Jr. and daughter of East St. Louis visited Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pyszka Sr. over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kabat and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill . . THEN BSINti VQUR PkC -' "I couldn't read this m«inq I wroto to jnj'feU', M J thought of yon right awayt" \^^^'^'^W^m SHOP 1010 M»r>( P^of.t^7a2~ryyn ' MT vLRwONin MT. VERMON REALTY CO. «28 Harrison — Tom A. Puckett, Broker — 242.121T Largest Farm Brokers In Southern Illinois 160 acres, northwest Jefferson County, 8 room modem home, new 50' by 70' pole and sheet metal bam, ISO acres In cultivation, priced at $360.00 per acre. 385 acres, no buildings, 225 acres tillable, Rend Lake property adjoins on east and south, $350.00 per acre — TERMS. 133 acres, west of Waltonville Vi mile, excellent 4 bedroom all modern home, 60' by 72' and 18' by 40' bams, 125 acres tillable, priced at .?560.00 per acre. 200 acres, eii .st of Texlco, 140 acres tillable, fair bam, old house, .$200.00 per acre. 700 acres, iMittoni land, SE edge of Mt. Vemon, new pole barn, 5 room Golden Uran fcriilizer set-dp priced at §375.00 per acre. ALSO SEVERAL NICE HOMES AND BUILDING LOTS IN THE CITY. Call Any of Our Salesmen Today Philip Bryant, 242-5028 M. D. Burkett, 244-2889 — Ted Moses, 244-1282 Also See Us For Home and Business Property YOU Can Avail Yourself of the Services Offered by This Agency. Our Many Years of Experienet Are Yours For A Coll. VIRGIL T. BAILEY, INC. BRICK AND ALUMINUM SIDING RANCH. Well built 7 room modern r.neh hcme-lmcoln school district; w/w cirpding throughout, lirgt l.vmg room, panelled family room end dining room, 3 bedrooms 2 ceremic tiled baths, beautiful provincial built in cabinets, built' In stove and oven. Garbage disposal, double garage with panaUed walli; large lot. Immediate possession, EASY TERMS. To a good responsible party will buy this lovely 3 bedroom all modern ranch home, carpeted living room, built in cablitets, ceramic tiled bath; full deep basement, gas furnace. Fine location west. Immediate possession. WIU SELL OR TRADE-Lovaly brick 4 room ell modern home; hardwood floors, built in cabinets, built in bath, newly decorated inside and out, utility room, gas furnace; garage. Immediate possession. West side location. $500 DOWN, balance like rent buys 5 room all modern home. South 24lh street; carpeted living room and dining room, nice built In cabinets, built in bath, gas heat; full lot. Nicely decorated inside and out, Garage. Priced to sell, NEW USTING—5 room all modern brick home; w/w carpeting ihtough- out, spacious living room, dining room, beautiful kitchen with new built in cabinets, bath, full deep basement all finished, large screened in porch; extra large garage, oil heat. North 12th itrett. Lincoln school district. Immediate possession. PRICED TO SELL—Lovely older 4 bedroom all modern home; carpeted living room and dining room, spacious family room with tire- place, big kitchen with an abundance of built in cabinets, garbage disposal, new stainless steel sink, hardwood floors, 2 built in baths, new gas hot water heating system, new get hot water heater; double garage, corner lot. Immediate posssession. 1125 OAKLAND AVENUE. Large older family home; spacious living room with fireplace, dining room, nice kitchen with many built ins. Panelled breakfast room, 2 baths, 3 bedrooms, I mastsr bedroom with fireplace, basement, gas heat; extra large lot, big carport. Priced to sell. ,. ONLY $14,500.00 buys lovely 6 room effficiency all modern ranch \\ home; nicely decorated inside and out. large living tobm, built in cabinets, dining room, Vh baths, 3 bedrooms, well landscaped lot. 2805 Casey. ONLY $15,500.00 buys 6 room all modern ranch home with batementi carpeted living toom, beautiful built in cabinets, ceramic tiled built in bath, family room in basement with panelling, garage. Immediate possession. W«sl side location in the West Salem school district. FHA Loans and Gl Loans Avoilabt* We will make you a CASH OFFER for your Homo or Farm VIRGIL T. BAILEY, Inc. Tenth and Harrison Phono 242-4380 "FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS'* Webber and daughters of Pinckneyville and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ray Corley and sons of St. Louis visited Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Kabat. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Chesnek of Ashley and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dreas of Nashville visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stelmazewski Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Horace White of Sesser visited Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hamilton this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Collins and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Newell spent Sunday evening at Sar Mart and Grandpa Johns. Linda Laur was absent from school few days this week on account of illness. Lorrain Treanary of Ml. Vernon visited her mother, Qara Pijut Wednesday. James Dixon of Ottawa is visiting this week with his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dixon. Mrs. Gladys Shurtz and Mrs. Mattie Shurtz spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Newell? Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pyszka and family of Belleville visited Friday and Saturday with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hamilton visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Grain at Sesser Saturday evening. Mrs. Ernest Piper of Mt. Vernon visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stelmazewski S. Monday. Mrs. Edna Newell was hostess to the Mystei-y Pal Club Wednesday evening. Dinner was served to nine members and two visitors. One of our members is in Good Samaritan Hospital. She is getting along nicely. When Edna Newell is our hostess we are always sure to have home made buns and home made ice cream. Games were played and gifts were exchanged, names were revealed and new names were drawn. Dorothy Laur will have the Christmas party. Mary Stevens and Sue Collins of Waltonville were visitors. Each one received a gift from the hostess. Mr, and Mrs. John Collins of Waltonville v;ere guests of her grandmother, Lena Pyszka Friday evening for supper. Neal Hamilton and son-in-law, Jake Jacobs of Cullom visited Mr. Hamilton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hamilton Thursday. . . . Mrs. Grace Smith, Cor. Sodium chloride has been called the "edible gem" and is the only stone eaten directly by man. It's common salt. The poinsettia, popular Christmas flower, was named after Dr. Joel Poinsett. Legal Notice state of Illinois In the Ctrcult Court of the Second Judicial Circuit .Jefferson County In Probate In the Matter of the Estate of Charles Rex Hannon, deceased. No. 66PU2 NOTICE BY PUBUCATION OF CLAIM DAXE Notice is given of the death of Charles Rex Harmon, of Jefferson County, Illinois. Letters of office wore issued on November 18th, 1966, to Merrill D. Harmon Administrator, 421 Maple, Roxana, Illinois whose attorney is John Dale Stobbs, Alton, Illinois. The claim date is the first Monday in January (2nd), 1967. Claims must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court at County Court House, Mt. Vernon, Illinois and copies mailed or delivered to the executor or administrator and to his attorney. Dated, November 18th, 1966. JERRY B. GOTT, (SEAL) Clerk of the Circuit Court. 12-5 WE GET THE JOB DONE! IIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US— F.«. * room ranch, ..on. and frame. Huge carpeted living room, (erg. (n k.tch.n, playroom with fireplace, roomy bedrooms, plen^ of closet,, ,./, ,i,ed bath., ga. heat, SJ-car flarage-2 block, laToOO '-"""diat. possession. Only Beautiful 7 room tri level; car- patad living room, hardwood floors, elegant built in kitchen 3 bedrooms. Urge playroom, Vh baths, fine basement, gas heal, central air conditioning; carport, storage. 2715 Jamison Blvd. Only $21,000. Outstanding 5 room ranch, brick and aluminum siding, lovely built in kitchen and bath, hardwood floors, oil heat, attached garage, choice location, Lincoln school district-722 Magnolia. Only $13,500. Extra nice 5 rooms plus a breakfast nook and glassed back porch; w/w carpets, fireplace, I o V a I y ' built in kitchen, IV2 ceramic tiled baths, fine basement, gas heat, 2-car garage, 3 blacks from Lincoln school—701 North 12th street. Only $13,900. Suburban 5 room ranch; carpeted living room, large bedrooms, built in kitchen and bath, basement, gas heat, breeiewi-jy, garage—one acre; close in on Salem Road. Only $11,S0O. large stone family home in a choice location—7 rooms, large carpeted living room, fireplace, formal dining room, built in kitchen, 3 roomy bedrooms, full basement with large recreation room, 2 baths, oil heat, 2-car garage with 3 room furnished apartment above; (rent $60 per month). Lincoln school district 1808 Franklin Avenue. Only $26,500. Very attractive 6 rooms and small den, long carpeted living room, 3 bedrooms, ceramic built bath, beautiful built in kitchen stove, oven, new gas furnace, central air conditioned; utility space, attached garage; fine lot with beautiful shrubbery, storm cellar, brick bar-be-cue and trash burner. This home is in splendid condition. No. 52 Crown view. Only $15,000. New 6 room Gold Medalh'en ranch; carpeted living room, beaU' tiful built in kitchen end bath, 1 bedrooms, large utility room, electric heat; carport, storega room, large lot with trees—north of Sumtnersville school Spankin' new—8 room tri-levet, excellent construction, w/w carpets, elegant built in kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 2 ceramic tiled baths, large playroom with fireplace, gas heat, central air conditioned, 2-car carport; large corner lot with trees. One block north of Richview Road en 27th street. New 6 room ranch, w/w car­ pels, charming built in kitchen, Steve end oven, dining room.. 3 bedrooms, ceramic tiled bath, utility room, gas heat, carport—4C4 South 20tb street. Only $13,500. 5 Rooms, bath, large corner lot with trees, in Kell, III. Only $1,500. Cozy 4 rooms; hardwood floors, built in kitchen cabinets, bath, gas heat; 2-car carport—approximately 2 acres, near Sum'mersville school. 809 White Avenue. Only $4,500. $300 Down, $78 per month buys nice 3 bedroom ranch home. Gas heat—w,e4t. Price only $9,000. Good 5 room modern bungalow —nice built in kitchen, bath, good basement, gas heat, storm windows. 601 South 17lh St. $7,000. 6 Room modern bungalow; bath, kitchen cabinets, basement, stoker heat—508 South 18th St. $5,250. Lovely 7 room tri level; carpeted living room, IVi baths.. 3 bedrooms, playroom, basement, gas heat, carport—501 Cessna Lane. MORTGAGE MONEY IS AVAILABLE SEE US FOR ONE OF THE LARGEST SELECTIONS OF REAL ESTATE IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS SEE A. HAROLD LOGAN C. WILLIAMS & RICHARDSON 315 S. 10»h Leiand Elliott, Royol Story, Emil Hoffmon, Salesmen 242-0251 242-0252 CELERY Pascal from California stalk "Ocean Spray" Fresh CRAN- lib OD BERRIES... '^^ZD Fancy Wash. Red Delicious APPLES 3'59' 1i GROCERY CO, ORANGES Fiorida Juico 252 Size 2doz59c FROZEN FOODS BANQUET PIES 42o<,z$| Pumpkin or Mincemeat " P^^' I PIE SHELLS 3 J!S $1 Philadelphia CREAM CHEESE 29- CookieC AU varieties) J7 Refrigerated pk(y. IfC WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT TOM TURKEYS BROAD BREASTED U.S. Government Inspected Grade "A 20 to 24 Lb. Av. Young, Tender U.S. Govt. Inspected HEN TURKEYS Turkeys Ducklings Capons Geese Chicken Roast Turkey Roast Honey Suckle 10 to 22 lb. ovg. Swift Premium Grade "A" U. S. Gov't. Inspected 5 to 7 lb. avg. Armour Star Grade "A" Fancy lb. lb. lb. lb. Jesse Jewell 2 lbs. Boneless ^^^u' Ready to Bake Honey 2V2lbs. eA &O Suckle each * '^^ Boneless 49' 45' 59* (a' $259 2 JUNIOR TURKEYS Grade "A" 5 to 9 lb. ovg. lb. BAKING HENS Swift's Premium Grade 'A' |L 6 to 7 ID. Lb. Av. Pot Roast Practically Boneless LB. Pot Roast Chuck Steaks Swiss Steaks Beef Stew Beef Shanks Smoked Jowls Polish Sausage Boneless Shoulder Center Cuts Round Bone Shoulder Boneless 53^ m 690 LB. 490 LB. LB. LB. Fine for Soup Hunter's 00^ By The Piece^ "Mickleberry's" CHUCK ROAST Armour Star Corn Fed Beef First Cuts lb. Center Cuts Ground Chuck tXt'o^ Pork Sausage °" IIEK"*** « 69* 1 .39* Shoulder Roast D#»I ^MM«. HUNTER'S DOIOgiICi Large Sliced Practically CQ^ Boneless, lb. 3TW PKG .55^ .r59* ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ BartleH Halves Hunt's Pears Shelled Pecans Noodles"'"" " C.W. Mince Meat Mushrooms MIRACLE Fred's Sliced No. 2Vi cans i 4 -oz. 3c Off Label CORN OIL l-lb. MARGARINE ctn. Diseount Priced! Suave Hair Spray "Reg. or Hard To Hold" fAfi 99e SIZE NOW #Tr Cold Ralitf Brown 'n Serve Rolls "Jersey 12-ct. pkg. NONE SUCH 'Z. 33c NONE SUCH " 65c MUSTARD ^-irs;;^:"loc FRESHLIKE PEAS 4 89c C. W. Jellies ^'«" 3 5, Black Raspberry^ Charry, Blackbefrv or Strawberry WHIPPED TOPPING MIX "Py-O-My" pkg. \ 93c Sit* 70«> Now Only / TC EXCEDRIN""""2o",. 79c DRisTAN^'^^" •i^:;:v:;'$i .39 ALKA-SELTZER Now Only 49e PEPTO BISMAU H'!:^". 77 C MicRiN N*::o':. 49c Persenna Blades Double Edge 79c Siz* STAINLESS NOW ONIY GOLD MEDAL FLOUR STOKELr Fruit Cocktail Jersey Farm White BREAD sT ^mNG li-lb. ^ •¥( loaf Xi# AUTUMN HARVEST No. 2%

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