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24 (Salesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, HI. _, Monday, June 24, 1963 MR. AND MRS. EMMETT VICK (above) of 811 N. E. 3rd Ave, Galva, will note their 50lh wedding anniversary on July 1. ^Children from out of town will be here to celebrate the occasion but due to the recent illness of Mrs. Vick no open house is being planned. Mr. and Mrs. Vick were married July 1, 1913 at Lcltchficld, Ky., and soon after their marriage moved to Illinois. They have lived at their present address for 26 years. They have three children, Mrs. V. L. (Mildred) Brown of Baldwin Park, Calif., Paul Vick of Chippewa Falls, Wis., and Mrs. Sidney Arnhold of Salem, Ore. There are three grandsons, i Wedding Ceremony Read in Abingdon The Methodist Church at Abingdon was the scene of the wedding of Miss Deanna Hornbaker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hornbaker of Cameron, and James Keith Hulett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hulett, of Clayton on June 9. Rev. Francis Samuelson read the double ring ceremony. As the guests entered the door they were asked to sign the register by Miss Sue Hornbaker, sister of the bride. They were seated by Harry Durbin and Paul Johnson. Miss Janice Check, soloist, was accompanied by Mrs. Harold Dunlap. Preceding the bride down the aisle was Miss Pat Lindsey, bridesmaid, wearing a sleeveless pink lace dress with a nylon pleated panel down the front. She had a pink carnation corsage. Miss Hornbaker, who was escorted by her father, wore a lace dress over satin. Her dress had a scalloped neckline trimmed with sequins and sequins also trimmed the front of the skirt. Veiling was caught by a tiara. Miss Hornbaker carried pink carnations with white streamers and white net on a white satin-covered Bible. At the reception, serving honors were shared by Miss Sue Hornbaker, Miss Sharen Howard and Mrs. Charles Dahler. Bible School Is Conducted At Kirkivood KIRKWOOD—Work of the children of the vacation Bible school, sponsored by the Presbyterian and Methodist Churches, was displayed recently at the churches. Closing program was held at Westminster United Presbyterian Church. During the program, the junior department presented the call to worship, kindergarten and junior departments sang, primary department led in sharing time, and junior department presente d church history in Kirkwood. Methodist history was given by Buster Bryant, while Presbyterian history was explained by Donald Daily. Kailene Freed presented the scripture, and juniors the scripture response. The offertory was led by Linda Pusey, while Davy Lefler, Robert Carl, Steven Hoi- ford and Gary Gibb served as ushers. Peggy Lauver delivered a prayer, and juniors led in prayer response. Congregation participated in the doxology, and Mr. and Mrs. James Hulett (Miss Deanna Hornbaker) Earthquake Is Indicated Near Canary Islands WESTON, Mass. (AP) — The Boston College seismographic station recorded a strong earthquake 5,500 iniles southeast of Boston at 11:35:31 p.m., EST, Sunday. A spokesman said the tremor was in the vicinity of the Canary Islands off the coast of Africa. Rev. James Pusey delivered the benediction. Mary Sue Vice led in the recessional. Bibie school personnel included Mrs. Marshall Gibb and Mrs. Roy Tinkham, superintendents; Mrs. Robert Ross and Miss Linda Coulter, nursery; Mrs. David I-Iol- ford, Mrs. Jack Flatt, Sandra Hale, Vickie Crandall, Linda Murphy, Mrs. Jack Burgland, Gloria Saunders, Lucy Van Riper, Lillian Lehucrt, Mrs. Robert Scott, Jane Kelly, Mary Ann Rhinchart and Jennifer Brcuer, kindergarten. Primary teachers included Mrs. Paul Williams, Mrs. R a n d e 1 1 Love], Faye Hinton, Mrs. Lyle Lefler, Mrs. John Stinemates, Rose Lenz, Gladys Edwards, Mrs. Gene Larson, Lana Lease and Myra Pence. Junior teachers were Mrs. Ronald Ortery, Mrs. Harold lluber, Mrs. Wendall Faudree, Mrs. Ruth Daily and Mrs. Edgar Lodwiek. Worship directors were Mrs. George Hardy, Mrs. James Lauver, Linda Pusey and Mary Sue Vice. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. David Lee and Mrs, James Pusey. Bible school offering will be used to support migrant mision work and to defry expenses of the school. Per Annum Payable Semi-Annually Investments by the 15th Earn from the First with Insured Safety AT //0/ff£S7BW AND LOAN Ab^OClAllON 250 EAST MAIN ST. Market Reports Today Eggs and Poultry Red Rowe, Hatchery Knoxville Road, Galesburg Large clean Eggs 22c Under grade Eggs 16c Leghorn Hens 3c Heavy Hens -— 7c Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPD—Produce: Live poultry special fed White Rock fryers J0-20; roasters 25-26. Cheese processed loaf 39-43%; brick 39-43'/^j Swiss Grade A 5055; B 49-53. Butter steady; 93 score 57'A; 92 score 57!/ 2 ; 90 score 55V&; 89 score 54. Eggs steady; white large extras 29; mixed large extras 29; mediums 24; standards 2Vh. New York Stocks NEW YORK (UPD-Slock market midday prices; Admiral 18% Int Paper 3114 Aldcns 27% Int T&T 50 Va Allegh Lud 37% Iowa P&L 58 Alld Chem 50% Johns-Man 49 AJld Strs 5214 Kcnnecott 74 Allis Chal 19V e Kresgc 23 Alum Ltd 26% Kroger 29% Alcoa 68 Lib McN 15 Va Am Air 25 Lockhd 57% ABC Pmt 29% Mar Oil 56 Amn Can 46% Maytag 36 Am Cyan 59 r / 8 Min Hnywl 106 Am M&F 21Vi Minn Min 57% Am Mtrs 19% Monsanto 52% Am T&T 122% Mont Ward 39% Am Tob 28% Morrcll 26 Anaconda 50% Nat Bis 51 Armour 44% Nat Can 16% Atchison 29% Nat Dairy 64 Avco 28% Nat Gyps 47% Bendix 50% Nat Ld 71% Beth SU 31% NYC 23 Boeing 35% No Amn 58% Borden 63% Nor Pac 48V 4 Borg War 46% Nor St Pwr 36% Case 9% Olin Math 44% Catplr 43% Oulbd M 12 Colanese 45% Pac Tel 32 Celotex 29 Penney 43% Cent Soya 28% Perm RR 19% C&NW 25% Pepsi Cola 50% Chi RI 2414 Phil Pet 52% Chrysler 65% Piper Air 29 Cities Svc 66 Pure Oil 40% Coca Cola 93% RCA 71% Colum Gas 30% Rep Stl 37% Comm Ed 48% Rcvlon 42% Cons Ed 84% Rcxall 34% Cont Can 47% Reyn Tob 39% Cont Oil 61% Safeway 57% Deere 65% Schcnlcy 21% Diana 10 Sears 89% Douglas 24% Shell Oil 43% Dow Chem 62% Simmons 41 % Du Pont 247% Sinclair 44% Eastman 110 So Pac 36% El Auto Li 59 Spcrry 15% Erie 3% Sq D 46% Fairbks M 12% Std Bds 74% Firestone 34% SO Cal 65% Flintkt 23% SO Ind 60% Ford Mtrs 52% SO NJ 67% Firden 36% SO Ohio 61% Fruehauf 31% Stude Pack 7% Gen Dyna 25% Swift 41% Gen El 81% Texaco 72 Gen Fds 82-% Texas lust 82% Gen Mtrs 70% Un Carb 105% Gen Tel 25% Un El 27% Goodrich 48% Un Pac 41 Goodyear 35% I'nt Air L 43 Grant \VT 24% Utd Corp 8% Gt Nor 54% Utd Fruit 27% Greyhound 40% Utd Gas 38% Gulf Oil 44% US Gyps 84% Homestake 48 US Play C 26% Hupp 7% US Rub 45% 111 Cent 56% US Stl 49-% 111 Pwr 39 West Un 26% Inland Stl 40% Wstghs Ab 31% IBM 455 Wstghs El 36% int Ilarv 58% Woolworth 70% Int Nick 61% Yng S&T 103% Store brown sugar in a jar with prunes. The prunes absorb sweetness from the sugar and the sugar takes some of the moisture from the prunes. WANTED TO RENT FOR 1964 Crop share and caah lease farm of 260 acres or more. Good equipment. Good references, Landlord for one. Present farm sold. WrJto Box 603, <V Register-Mail. Backyard Sale 309 S. Timber St., Knoxville TUESDAY, JUNE 25 — 8 to ? Car radio, lawnmower, clothing. Backyard Sale TUESDAY, JUNE 25 10 to ? 1419 S. Seminary. Household Goods. Clothing & Misc. «OTO-tOOTIR FOR CLOGGED SEWERS A DRAINS Don't Dig Up Your Sewer Call 343-6913 - or Phone 342-6430 Bushnell livestock Market is higher. Nos. Is and 2s, $17.35-$] 7.50. Top, $17.75; mixed 190-240 pounds, $17-$17.75; 240-280, $16-$17; sows steady, bulking at .$12.75-$15.00; cattle, strong; lambs steady, top. $21. Galesburg Hog Market Galesburg Order Buyers C. B. * Q. Stockyards Market active, 25 cents higher, bulk of best eastern shipping hogs, $17.25-$17.50. Top, $17.75. Quotations: 200-220 $17.00-$17.75 220-250 $16.25-$17.60 250-300 $15.25-$16.75 Sows: 300-500 $12.25-$14.75 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Hogs 5,000; 1-2 100-225 lb butchers 18.25-18.50; around 200 head at 18.50 and 40 head sorted at 18.75; mixed 1-3 100-230 lbs 17.7518.35; 230-260 lbs 17.25-17.75; 2-3 250-280 lbs 16.75-17.25; 1-3 350-400 lb sows 14.25-15.00; 400-450 lbs 13.75-14.50; 2-3 450-500 lbs 13.2513.75; 500-600 lbs 12.50-13.25. Cattle 12,500; 25 calves: nearly a dozen load mostly prime 1,200-1,300 lbs slaughter steers 24.00; high choice and prime 1,100-1,400 lbs 23.25-23.75; choice 900-1,250 lbs 22.50-23.25; load high choice 1,000 lbs 123.50; choice 1,250-1,450 lbs 22.00-23.00; good 900-1,250 lbs 21.00-22.25; standard 19.00-20.50; load high choice 1,000 lbs slaughter heifers 23.25; choice 800-1,100 lbs 22.25-23.00; good 20.00-22.00; standard and low good 19.00-20.75; utility and commercial cows 15.50-17.00; canner and cutter 14.00-16.00; utility and commercial bulls 19.00 : 20.50. Sheep, 500, few packages choice and prime 85-100 lbs spring slaughter lambs 23.00; good and choice 80-100 lbs 21.00-22.50; utility and good 20.00-21.00; cull 17.0020.00; cull to good shorn slaughter ewes 4.50-6.50. Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) (USDA) — Interior Illinois hog prices (State-Federal): Receipts 18,000; demand good; Barrows and gilts strong to mostly 25 higher, instances 50 higher; sows steady to 25 higher. Barrows and gilts 1-3 190-240 lbs 16.75-17.50; 1-2 190-230 lbs 17.00-17.25, around 150 head sorted 1 208 lbs 18.00-18.10; 1-3 240-260 lbs 16.00-16.75; 2-3 260280 lbs 15.50-16.25; 2-3 280-330 lbs mostly 15.25- 15.75; sows 1-3 280330 lbs 14.00-15.00; 1-3 300-400 lbs 13.25-14.25; 2-3 400-500 lbs 12.2513.25; 2-3 500-600 lbs 11.25-12.25. Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (AP) — (USDA) —Hogs 2,100; barrows and gilts 1-2 190-230 lbs 17.50-18.00; mixed 1-3 180-250 lbs 17.00-17.50; market not established on other weights. Cattle 750; slaughter steers mixed .good and choice 900-1,200 lbs 21.25-22.50; package of choice 980 lbs at 23.25; good 19.75-21.25; standards 18.00-19.75; slaughter heifers mixed good and choice 800-1,000 lbs 21.25-22.25; few choice 900-1,000 lbs at 23.00; good 20.00-21.25; standards 17.00-20.00; cows utility and commercial 14.5015.00; canner and cutter 13.2514.50; bulls utility and commercial 18.00-20.00; calves 34, choice vealers 25.00-28.00; good 22.0025.00; standards 17.00-20.00; cull and utility 12.00-17.00. Sheep 10, spring lambs choice 85-105 lbs 20.00-21.50; good 190-100 lbs 19.00-20.00; shorn slaughter ewes with No. 3 pelts utility to choice 3.00-5.00. GERANIUMS WHILE THEY LAST 50c each DEAL'S GREENHOUSE 1407 N. Henderson St. 1960 FALCON 2 DR. Radio - Heater - Snow Tire* Stick — 22,000 Miles $795.00 1S09 CLAY ST. After 6 P.M. WANTED CUSTOM BALING With ROTO BALER JEROME HALSEY Ma<iu<m, 111. Phone Triangle 5-3475 Galesburg Grain Market Consumers Grain A Supply Co. Wheat ....$1.85 Corn ..$1.20 .•^-its (new) 58c Soybeans (old) $2.50 Soybeans (new) $2.38 DcForesI Feed * Seed Co. Wheat $1.84 Corn $1.18 Oats 65c Soybeans ^ $2.47 Chicago Grain Range CHICAGO (AP)- Prev. High Low Close close Wheat Jul 1.87 1,85% 1.86V6 1.87V4 Sep 1.88% 1.87% 1.87% 1.89 Dec 1.93% 1.93 1.93V4 1.94% Mar 1.95V4 1.94Vt 1.94% 1.95% May 1.89-% 1.88% 1.89 1.89 Corn Jul 1.27V4 1.25% 1.27% 1.25% Sep 1.24 1.22% 1.23% 1.22% Dec 1.17 1.15% 1.16% 1.15% Mar 1.19% 1.18% 1.19% l.Wa May 1.22 1.21 1.21% 1.20% Oats Jul .67 .66% .67 .66% Sep .67% .66% .67Vz .67% Dec .70 .69% .70 .69% Mar .71% .70% .71% .70% May .71% .71'A .71% .71 Rye Jul 1.27 1.26% 1.26% 1.27 Sep 1.28% 1.28V4 1.28% 1.28% Dec 1.32'A 1.31% 1.31% 1.31% Mar 1.34% 1.33% 1.33% 1.34 May 1.33% 1.33 1.33% 1.33% Soybeans Jul 2.65 2.63% 2.64% 2.63% Aug 2.63% 2 .62V4 2.63% 2.62% Sep 2.59% 2.57 2.59% 2.56 Nov 2.58 2.55% 2.57% 2.54% Jan 2.61% 2.59 2.61% 2.58% Mar 2.64% 2.62 2.64% 2.61% May 2.67 '/4 2.64% 2.66% 2.64% Grain Futures CHICAGO (AP)—Corn and soybean futures attracted a fairly prices became firm today on the active speculative demand and Board of Trade. Other grains were about steady to easier. Soybeans moved up about 2 cents at the extreme and corn a cent. Brokers said the support for soybeans reflected a feeling in the trade that the net declines of last week had made the commodity somewhat more attractive for long positions, particularly if the forecast of warm and dry weather materializes. Commercial buying, however, was understood to be slack all around. After about an hour wheat was % cent a bushel lower to % higher, July 1.86%; corn % to % higher, July 1.26%; oats % lower to % higher, July 66%; rye unchanged to % lower, July 1.26%; soybeans % to 1% higher,' July 2.63%. Final Grain Review CHICAGO (AP)—Hedge selling weakened wheat futures today but corn and soybeans wore in good demand at strong prices most of the time on the Board of Trade. Wheat eased a cent or more in spots as harvest of the winter crop broadened and forecasts indicated it probably would not be interrupted again within the next few days. Reports that rainfall late last week was not as heavy or as gen- BIG YARD SALE 628 N. KELLOGG TUESDAY, June 25—9 to ?? Nothing sold before 9 Adult and children's clothing, baby buggy, stove, radio-record comb., furniture and misc. items. Backyard Sale 9 A.M. Jo 6 P.M. Tuesday, June 25 If Rain Be Wednesday, June 26 796 East Grove St. eral as had been forecast and that both corn and soybeans may have suffered some frost damage brought speculative demand for both commodities. Estimated carlot receipts were: Wheat 32 cars, corn 252, oats 15, rye 1, barley 48 and soybeans 29. Chicago Cash Grain* CHICAGO (AP)-Corn No 2 yellow 1.31%-32; No 3 1.30%; sample grade 1.15%-1.24; soybeans No 2 yellow 267%-2.68; oats No 1 extra heavy 71%; No 2 70%; soybean oil 8%b-9a. There were no wheat sales. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market continued in a rut of mixed prices late this afternoon. Volume was estimated at 3.6' million shares compared with 4.19 million Friday. Trading, which had been moderately active, slowed. The rails, which had been standouts during the morning faded. Aircrafts took over as the most active group. Whirlpool Corp., which opened late because of a crush of sell orders, dropped 5% to 49. The company said an audit indicated its finance subsidiary, Appliance Buyers Credit Corp., faces a write down of several million dollars in its accounts receivable. The steels, although the industry had achieved its lowest-cost labor settlement in many years, were weak. U.S. Steel declined nearly a point. The motors, too, showed weakness with the Big Three down fractions. Lockheed and Douglas gained a point or so while Boeing and General Dynamics were ahead fractionally. Du Pont widened an early small loss to one of more than 3 points. , Rockwell Standard declined % to 42% on a block of 24,526 shares and Tidewater Oil advanced 1% to 26% on a block of 20,000. U.S. Smelting and American Smelting climbed more than 2 2 points. Twentieth-Century -Fox and Control Data added about a point. Prices on the American Stock Exchange were mixed in moderately active trading. Corporate bonds were higher and governments were unchanged. STUMP CUTTING May cosl less than you think lo get rid of that unsightly stump., Call DeWAYNE JOHNSON EXCAVATING Phone 342-0816 BACKYARD SALE 1539 E. MAIN JUNE 24, 25—MON. & TUES. 9 lo 7 Clothing, all sizes. Ladles new matched golf clubs & bag, glassware, some furniture it Misc. No reasonable offer turned down LIGHTNING ROD Installation and Repair JOHN YEAGER RR1, Oneida PHONE 375-6622 REPOSSESSED HOME ELMORE, ILLINOIS NO DOWN PAYMENT Pay Remaining Balance Only. Very Low Monthly Payments. ELMWOOD SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION Phone 3621 Elm wood, Illinois FOR SALE 80 Hlaik steers, wt. 535 lbs. 24 Wliiteface steers, wt. 658 lbs. 22 Whiteface heifers, wt. 582 lbs. 5o Black heifers, wt. 452 lbs. 42 Hcrefords, wt. 49S lbs. MORE CATTLE ARRIVING NORTHWEST CATTLE CO. GALVA, ILL - WEbster 2-2158 ROYAL SEPTIC TANKS REINFORCED CONCRETE SEWAGE DISPOSAL WITHOUT SEWERS Manufactured by Galesburg Vault Co. Martttts at a otenet By United Press International Stocks irregular in moderately active trading. Bonds irregular. U.S. government bonds steady in, quiet trading. American stocks Irregularly higher. Midwest stocks irregular. Cotton futures steady. Grains in Chicago: Wheat, corn, oats, rye and soybeans lower. Hogs 25 to mostly 50 higher, top 18.75; cattle steady to 25 lower, top 24.00; sheep strong to 50 higher, top 23.00; dressed beef steady to 50 higher, top 41.50; dressed pork loins 1.50 to 2.00 higher, top 47.00. Daw Jonet Averages NEW YORK (UPD—Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT stock averages: 30 indus 718.68 off 2.10 20 rails 175.02 up 1.02 15 utils 140.60 up 0.36 65 stocks 258.54 up 0.06 Bloomington Man Captures State Trapshoot SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) - A Bloomington construction firm owner has captured the Illinois State Trapshoot Handicap with a mark of 99 out of 100. The victory in the shoot qualifies Gene Goldsborough, 44, to compete in the Grand American Handicap in August at Vandalia, Ohio. The winner of the out-of-state prize Sunday is Louis F. Null of Grover, Mo. Null shot a 98 out of 100. High for the women in the event was Mary Helen Crabbe of Springfield, who shot 91 out of 100. The junior gun category was taken by Jimmy De Filippi of Oglesby. Capturing the over all title, was Jerry Haberman of Franklin Park. Haberman shot 668 out of 700. He also won the all-around title with a score of 381 out of 400. The runnerup to Haberman for the overall title was De Filippi, who shot 666 out of 700. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! FOR SALE 1960 Fleetwood Cadillac Low mileage, full powei. air conditioned. Can be seen CITIES SERVICE STATION Henderson at Dayton SU. ATTENTION FARMERS The Hall Truck Line i» making available to you each Thuriday, a pick-up load of cattle, hogs and sheep for the Chicago Market. Anyone having livestock to ship, please phone your order as early as possible. Your business will be appreciated. We have four semi-trailers and two straight trucks at your service. HALL TRUCK LINE Ph. 734-7411 Monmouth, 111. 240 West Main Phone 342-2412 Backyard & Rummage Sales, etc. Mutt be in our office 12 noon day before ad runs. Coll 342-5161 Galesburg Register-Mail Display Advertising Dept. Transportation Departure* fcffeetlv* April a ALL StUfcUULEA DAVLKJlIT SAVING ftMfc Turlington. Eastboantf 8 rast Mat! — 3 «J 30 AkSarBen ... ..^^...8:55 10 Denver Zephyr -~.-~.-7:S2 2 Local ..—.8:50 18 California Zephyr -..12:31 12 Nebraska Zephyr ....7:08 Burlington W#st»6tmd i to Omaha. Lincoln — 1 48 »5 to Kansas City 1.55 1 to Denver _—3:55 35 to Kansas City ..»...3D0 11 to Omaha Lincoln ...3:10 . 17 to California 8:32 p 1 to Denver 8:22 n Santa re. Eastbound 20 Chief 4:40 a 16 Texas Chief —..—..6:40 a 18 Super Chief- El Capltan* ..11:10 a 124 Grand Canyon ——2:20 p 12 Chlcaf, an 5:50 o Santa Fe, Westbound » K. C. Chief . ..«._2:3» a 19 Chief _-**..12:55 p 123 Grand Canyon ™._..3:20 p 1 S .F Chief* 7:05 p V Texas Chief -—...9:53 o 17 Super Chlef- El Capltan* 10:25 p. •—Flafistop Otark, northbound Flight. 140 to Chicago* .. ...8:53 a. 64 to Chicago* _ 4:45 p. Ozark, Southbound 141 to St. Louis •* 1258 p. •—Except Sunday ••—Except Saturday BUS SCHEDULES Westbound To West Coast 6:55 a. To West Coast __.1:20 p. lo West Coast ...0:45 p. Easlbound To East Coast 12:01 p. To East Coast 8.00 p. Southbound To St. Louis 10 tt> Northbound To Davenport ...920 To Peo 'a 1:15 To Peoria . ..8:25 ffl. m, tit. m. m. tti. m. m. m. m. m, m. m. m. m. m. m. m. rtv m. m, m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. a. m. PP. P. m. m, m. Turkeys Wave Back LONDON (UPD — An extract from the English version of a Continental handbook on camping reads: "The turkey isn't an enemy of camping. On the contrary to other southern countries people are only coming to your tent on a wave and this only if you wave them away as they signal different from us, so if you want them to come here you have to wave away and the other way around." COMPLETE TREE REMOVAL Fully Insured - Free Estimator POWER STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE Call Collect - rrolan (-2109 Ollson. Ill Galesburg. Ill — 342-S2S4 FRONT YARD SALE 101 W. North St. Knoxville, Illinois. June 25th «t 26ih, Tues. and Wed 9 a.m. to S p.m. Electric cord organ, girls bicycle with trainer wheels, toys, cookware, and children and adult clothing. FOR SALE 3 Bedroom Home. Carpeted Living and Dining Room, Heated Basemnt. Garage, Gas Heal. 1336 W. Losey. Phone 342-102S For Appointment Only. HOT-SHOTS TRADING POST Super MON.—TUES.—WED. FANCY MICH. Strawberries ot. 39* SENN'S MILK Gal. Jug 65< Sun Tan Lotion—69c Size Tanfastic -49c $1.35 Size Sea & Ski ..89c LAKE BRACKEN HOME 3 bedrooms, 2 full ijaths and extra shower, large living room, 14x22, carpeted, fireplace, panelled walls, modern kitchen, birch cupboards, garbage disposal, dishwasher, built-in oven with rotis- sere, built-in range. Rumpus room, laundry built-ins, workshop, double garage, large concrete patio, outside light plug-ins and phones, 2 boat docks, filter plant. Central oil heat and air conditioned. TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED. See DALE H. BRAGG, Knoxville, III. FARMS FOR SALE I will sell privately the Sampson Sisters' quarter section farm in about the center of Point Pleasant Township, Warren County. Illinois. Possession will be given March 1, 1964, unless purchased now with crop on it and subject to this year's tenancy by Melvin Miller. The farm is about five miles south and three miles west of Roseville. It has a modernized house, barn, crib, machine shed, new well, good outside fences, and other improvements usual on a premium farm such as this. I will also sell privately Miss Sampson's unimproved farmland, being the East Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section Two in the northeast corner of Media Township, Henderson County, Illinois, Va mile North and miles West of Smithshire, upon the same terms. Floyd Link is the tenant. Terms: Cash for deed with title insurance policy when possession is delivered with 1963 taxes to be paid out ol 1963 crops. Telephone Love, Beal Monmouth, 774-8111 days and 774-8100 nights Swan Creek, Illinois & Pratt, Attorneys Illinois Henry Dale Sands, Agent for the neirs of Sadie Sampson, deceased.

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