Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 23, 1966 · Page 23
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 23

Publication:
Location:
Mt Vernon, Illinois
Issue Date:
Wednesday, November 23, 1966
Page:
Page 23
Start Free Trial
Cancel

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1966 iUT. VERNON REGISTER-NEWS CHRISTMAS OPENING y\/VoNTGOM E RY WARD SAVE NOW DURING WARDS BIG DOLLAR-STRETCHING SALE! PLASTICWARE $|00 Assorted item, laundry basket, pails, wast* baskets, etc. Buy now and sav* p,g, $1.79 DETERGENT 20 pound box, limit 2 to a customer. Hurry limited quantities. Buy now and save K^g, $4.49 ANTIQUEING KIT 5400 Complete with all the items to do the iob. Beautifies quickly and easily. Buy now, save .. Save now! $|00 BUSHEL BASKET $400 CLEANER WAX Galvanized bushel basket. Save $$ now dur- | Wards blue cleaner car wax reduced. The ing Wards Christmas Opening Dollar Days Reg. $1.77 award of excellence winner. It must be good ..Reg. $1.50 $7floo 47,500 BTU. Heats 3 or 4 rooms, hat g ^jf automatic blower. Prices never lower Keg. $99.95 36,000 BTU. Heats 2 to 3 rooms. Save $$ now during Wards Christmas Opening _ Reg. $49.99 $4Q00 REFRIGERATOR $ 18 cu. ft. refrigerator, all frostless, ad- _ iustable shelves, 175-Lb. freezer Reg. $349.95 00 AIR CONDITIONER i^^J^ OIL HEATER 8,300 BTU air conditioner. Beautiful I ^ifir 60,500 BTU oil heater, draft diverter, _ _ _ wood grain front, llOv Reg. $189.95 thermostat, controlled temp Reg. $119.95 00 LEAF RAKE $|oo Belter quality, 22 spring steel teeth, 42" ash handle. Buy now and save on Ward quality ..Reg. $1.89 LEAF RAKE $200 22" extra long teeth with 52" handle. Sov* 1.00 now on famous Ward quality products .. Reg. $2.89 Lawn sweeper reducedl 28" grass/pavement, TVj bushel, double hamper Reg. 29.95 TOOl BOX Metal tool box reduced! 14" long x 7"x5' Ideal for tools or fishing gear .„. >2 <)0MIID MW JtQOO Band saw reduced! w/4" depth cut, Reg. $2.99 ^Q^^Q ^qbig^ B„y q„j ,^^,1 Reg. $57.95 SEAT COVERS $^00 Nylon slip-on seat covers. Nylon foam, 100% caprolon nylon, easy to install. Save $$ ^ Reg. $7.99 BRAKE FLUID 12-Oz. can. Heavy duty brake fluid, exceeds S.A.E. specifications. Buy now and save Reg. 65c ENGINE HEATER Tank type heater. Thermostatically controlled, simple to install, all parts included , $(00 Reg. $8.98 BAHERY CHARGER $J0O CAR MATS Dry cell battery charger, rechargeable light *W H««W <IUI » ail mhh. Dry cell battery charger, rechargeable light and radio batteries. Ideal for charging toys ....Reg. $4.44 Heavy duty all rubber car mats, beautiful all rubber. White or black mats to fit most cars Rear SLEEPER SOFA $ Attractive couch by day, comfortable full size bed by night. Save now R^. $229^95 00 CHEST on CHEST $onoo Walnut chest on chest. 3 full width draw- # V ers at bottom, 2 drawers and shelf on top Reg. $130.00 PICNIC TABLE 6-foot redwood picnic table with 2 side benches. Buy now and save Reg. $32.95 '18 00 SOFA BED $ Maple sofa bed reducedl Quality tweed cover, converts to bed .at nighf 100 Huriyl DOOR MAT $400 India door mat reduced! 100% cocoa fiber, | use both sides. While supply lasts only Hurryl $401^ For your awning. Have extra support for your _ patio cover for the snow and ice this winter.. Reg. $6.00 ALUMINUM AWNING Never before so much for so little. Stucco finish reduces glare, all white with green, red ....Reg. $10.9d $400 PATIO COVER $ Custom painted, aluminum, baked enamel finish, easy to install Reg. $329i00 DOOR GRILLES WATER HEATER Assorted, for your storm doors, all aluminum, several designs, attractive. Save now „.„ Reg. $5.29 5i7 30 gallon natural gas. 10-year warranty, Af g glass lined, fully Insulated, 41,500 BTU Reg. $59.95 00 CHRISTMAS SPECIALS 88< TOYS 3 Piece Wolnut Bedroom Suite Triple dresser with plate (laM mirror, dieat and panel bed. Your Choice Reg. $229.95 *189" AUTO TUANSPOET — Sturdy, oolortal. iriaetie, 1«" toog including ramp. TUKBO-JET MOTOR CAR — Remote control, propeller. KENNEL TRUCK — Top separates to become portable kennol, 12 dogs. HOOK AND LADDER FIRE ENGINE — 17" long, rateUnff extension ladder. MAGNETIC SPELLING BOARD — With easel, 81 magnetic letters. "BOPPO TIIE CLOWN" PUNCHING BAG — 86", weighted l>ottom, vinyl. OFI'ICIAL SIZE FOOTBALL — For the gridiron demon, reinflatablo. BOXING GLOVES—Leather-like extra soft, attractive, sale FIELDERS MITT AND BALL — Cowhide laced. DOUBLE GUN AND HOLSTER SET — Leather-like hoteter, plastic bullets. CLOWN TARGET SET — 2 guns, 4 rubber tipped darts, clown tJirget board. LARGE ABC BLOCKS — Smooth wood with rounded corners, learn letters. MARCinNG DRUM — Wilth X 8" hardwood drum stlcka colorful circus motif. METAL XYLOPHONE WITH CYMBALS — Hammers hisert in body, true tone. ACTION ROLLER CLOWN — As toy roUs, wtad* Itself and returns to start. GIANT MUSICAL BALL — Craiy roUing action and chimes, wasliable. NOSY PULL TOY DOG — Struts, wags tall and yips, colorful pla-stic. CASH REGISTER BANK — Opens when key ta hit! Children can 'save. MEGO CAMERA — Uses standard 120 film tai black and whlto or color. FIELD GLASES and Zoom TELESCOPE — Can be used for sports, etc. Dinette Cfioire Bronzetone with white and beige eavtr. Pair $;^0 7 Ft. Fruitwood Cobinet Base and fonnica top counter, 2 drawers and 1 doors. Sink cut out Reg. $179.95—Both $^^95 30 Goi. Natural Goi Water Heater High recovesy. 52,000 ETC, 16 year warranty. Reg. $74.95 $^gOO All Aluminum Potio Cover The finest lieked enamel process. 8 ft. x lA ft. Reg. $149.00 $^|^00 Aluminum iPatio Cover Styled to fit any home. Etabosaed to reflect aun'a lays. 10 ft z 20 ft. Reg. $194.00 00 HUmM CUTS Jg44 11-Oz. iron ducic material, action back, shell I loops, full sized game bag. Sav* Reg.>$9.59 HUNTING PANTS $^00 11-oz. iron ducic material, rubberized seat and ^0 Icneo brush area. Sizes from 34W to 40W Reg. $6.99 GAME JACKET $ Men's sleeveless, full gussetod rubberized game bag, zipper front enclosure Reg. $3.99 366 HUNTING HAT $]66 Jones style, water repellent, poplin W/foam lining. Sizes 6% through 7Vi. Save Reg. $1.99 HOUSE PAINT $roo Guaranteed 1 coat oil base finish resists dis- ^ coloring. Self cleaning white Rgg $6.99 HOUSE PAINT Acrylic latex, for any surface, 8 years expected ^ durability, no priming needed. Save. Reg. $7.99 ROLLER SET $)00 Deep well tray, ideal for all types of paint, ^ ladder lock legs. All purpose trim tool Reg. $3.9t SPRAY ENAMEL $|00 16-Oz., 8 minute drying time, interior, exterior durable weather resistant. Save Reg. $1.59 10th & Bi^oodwoy WARDS MAIN STORE Phone 2424540 HOURS: 9:00 Til 5:25 Doily — Fridays 9:00 Til 7:55 P .M. Catalog Order Phone 242-5360 Cuttomer Repair ServiM Phone 242-6554 315 s. 9th AUTO SERVICE STORE ph. 242.6540 HOURS; 8:30 Til 5:25 9 ,^^iiday 8:30 Til 7:55 P .M. SANOy SINGS SWAN SONO —Sandy Kouf ax tells a newi conference In Beverly Hlb» Calif., he's bowing out of may permanently harm - Ma baseball because he fears ha arthritic left arm. He said the pain In Iiis pitching elbow has grown progressively worse since it began three years ago and that he's asked the Los Angeles Dodgers ta^ be put on the voluntary retired list (AP Wirephoto ); End Of Meat Ban May Hurt Fish Sales By GEORGE ESPBB Associated Press Writer Some fish industry executivet predicted today that the llWnf of the Friday meat ban for Ho. man Catholics would have « detrimental short-range ttteel on the Industry. Others foreea* no major effect, and some sveQ said fish consumption ««d4 increase. "Fish Is not going out of style," commented J. Rlehtri Childs, president of Jean Foodl Inc. of Syracuse, N.Y. "Even should the CathoUei stop eating fish on Fridayi, there's always that wonderful world of Protestantism." saMI Dick Bernstein, owner of Beni> stein's Fish Grotto restaurant li San Francisco. They gave their vlewi In U Associated Press survey. Economists, executives and spokesmen for the nation 's 12- billion- a-year retail fish industry predicted losses ranging from 10 to 30 per cent Somi said It would be only temporarjf* Eugene Rolari, an exccuthii- of the Ocean Sea Fish Co. Bridgeport, Conn., one of ^ largest seafood distributon ||| that state, said: % "Ninety per cent of the iMlp , sales to the public is done ei Thursday and Friday. I expe<^ it will produce a drop in bu# ness of about 30 per cent" W.F. Lomasney, an agrlenl* tural economist at the Univesn^* ty of nimois, who recently made that fish consumption eventiudf a study of fish sales, estimatei ly might be cut by as much «• 10 per cent. *; Discounting the possibility « a Bales loss, the National —" eriea Institute said: "It is a time shice the seafood of the United States upMi the observance of : duties for its welfare." Pointing out that there an varieties of seafood available, the institute added: "We believe people are eating seafood be* cause of nutrition, for flavor and for variety." John Von Glahn, execntlvf director of the Fishery Council, an organization of 123 dealera in the New York area, said then are 45 million Roman CathoUei In the country. He said thetf could be problems where tha« is a high concentration of CaOt^ lies. "But the Industry as a whob is not worried," added Vim Glahn. ' C 0 M M A N D E R . Gen. Theodore J. Conway, U.9, . Arniyi has been named eeni«. mandeMn-chlef of Strike Coii»> mand, whieh provides reserve ."—•"'-"Tfir-il -lnrrinnHi :

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free