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I— u I AND DEATHS FUNERALS .71 JOHN W. JOHNSON Funeral services for John W Johnson, 36,' of 1583 W. Losey St.. who died Monday, were held today at 2 p.m. in the First and Puckett Funeral Home, Rev George DeGraff of the Grace Episcopal Church officiating. Mrs Arnold Mabry was vocalist, ac companied by Mrs. Clifford Pear" son, organist. Burial was in Oak Lawn Me morial Gardens. Pallbearers were Glenn Thurman, John Lundeen Frank Collins, 'Robert Kemnitz Howard Malmrose and Carl Benz MRS. DORIS R. MORRIS Funeral services for Mrs. Doris R. Morris of Dallas, Tex., Gales burg Red Cross chairman during World War I, were held Tuesday at Clugston Memorial Home in Peoria. Mrs. Morris, 84, died Aug. 31 at Dallas after a long illness. B. Doris Ryan was born Nov 25, 1878, at Victoria, and was graduated from Williamsfield ' High School and the former Redding College at Abingdon. She taught school in the Williamsfield area several years. , She was in nurse's training at Cottage Hospital when she wa: married July 17, 1912, to Ralph 0. Morris. He preceded her in death in 1950. The family moved to Peo ria in 1921 and she lived there until 1961 when she moved to Dallas to live with her son. Besides being Galesburg chair man of the Red Cross, Mrs. Morris was a member of the Galesburg Home Culture Club and So- angetaha Country Club. In Peoria, she was affiliated with the Arcadia Presbyterian Church and /as active in the Union Mothers Club. Surviving are the,son, Dr. Don P. Morris; three grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Richard L Freeman of Galesburg. Mrs. Arthur E. Dixon of Galesburg and Mrs. Larry Martin of Knoxville are nieces of Mrs. Morris. MATTHEW PHILLIP WYNNE MONMOUTH — Matthew Phillip Wynne, 77, of 411 S. B St., died today at 8:40 a.m. at Monmouth Hospital, where he had been a patient since Aug. 31. He had been ill the past year. He was born May 3, 1886, at St. Augustine, where he spent his early life and farmed until moving to Monmouth in 1944. He had been associated with his son in the Wynne Oil Co. until his retirement three years ago. He was married to Lillian Tanney in 1912 at St. Augustine. Mr. Wynne was a member of the Immaculate Conception Church in Monmouth. Survivors, besides the widow, include four sons, Stanley of Mil- KIMBER & WEST 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 60 Years Mrs. Myrtle Gaines Galesburg, Illinois Graveside services: 10 A.M. - FRIDAY AT LINWOOD CEMETERY. There will be no visitation. ledgeville, Robert of Monmouth, Francis of Lubbock, Tex., and Patrick of Columbus, Ohio; four daughters, Sister Anne Marita of Fort Wayne, Ind., Sister Mary Hildegarde of Munster, Ind.; Miss Dorothy Wynne of Peoria, Mrs. Howard (Virginia) Buchanan of Gary, Ind., and 21 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by eight brothers and sisters and an infant son. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at the Immaculate Conception Church Saturday at 9:30 a.m. The Rosary will be recited Friday at 8 p.m. at the Turnbull Funeral Home in Monmouth. Burial will be in the St. Augustine Cemetery. A memorial fund has been estab lished for Fr. Flanagan's Boys Town and contributions may be left at the funeral chapel. MRS. WALTER C. DOTY Funeral for Mrs. Walter Doty, 47, of 641 N. Academy St who died Tuesday, were conduct ed at 1:30 p.m. today at First United Presbyterian Church by Dr. Kermit Petersen, pastor. Bur ial was at Rock Island Nations Cemetery. Pallbearers were Robert Johnson, Larry Donaldson, Wil Ham Kumpf, Charles McCord, James Norton and Dean Eack Mrs. Harold Moore was organist WILLIAM GEORGE TURNER „ KNOXVILLE — William George Turner, 95, of 305 Jackson St. Knoxville, died today at 9 a.m at his home following a long ill ness. He was born Oct. 29, 1867, at Barrington, Avon, England, and came to this country in 1892. He resided in Knoxville the past 58 years. He was married to Mary Florence Dawson Feb. 21, 1885 who survives, and the couple farmed all their lives. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Baxter of Knoxville; one brother Albert of Toronto, Canada; one sister, Mrs. Lizzie Rowe of Ifracombe, England. Funeral services are pending at the Klinck Chapel in Knoxville, MRS. CHARLES KIMLER Word has been received of the death of Mrs. Charles Kimler, Phoenix, Ariz., formerly of Blandinsville, who died unexpectedly Sept. 2. Services for the former May Hungate are pending at Mercer Mortuary, Phoenix. Among the survivors is Mrs. Claude B. Holton, a daughter, for merly of near Galesburg, now of Phoenix. Burial will be in Arizona. JAMES SLYGH TOULON—Funeral services for James Slygh, 92, were held Sun day at the Kidd Funeral Home in Toulon. Rev. Joseph Clay of Tou : 'on Congregational Church offici ated, and organ selections were played by Mi's. Dwain Wallace. Pallbearers were Harold Matson, James Day, Wesley Wilkin son, James Williamson, Walter Webster and McKenzie Shults. Entombment was in Toulon Mausoleum. Mr. Slygh died Friday. KLINCK Mortuary Knoxville, Illinois Mrs. Imma L. Rock 209 Broad St., Knoxville Funeral services: FRIDAY - 2 P.M. at KLINCK CHAPEL, where friends may call this evening. Interment in Zion Lutheran Cemetery at Fairview, 111. Mrs. Selma P. Johnson RR, Gilson, 111. Funeral services: 2 P.M. - SATURDAY at KLINCK CHAPEL, where friends may call Friday evening. Interment in Lutheran Cemetery at New Windsor, III. Mr. William George Turner 305 Jackson St., Knoxville Funeral Arrangements Pending. Dr. Harry C. McKown Gilson, 111. Funeral Arrangements Pending. LOUIS TASKER LONDON MILLS—Louis Tasker of Tieton, Wash., formerly of near Maquon, died unexpectedly last week. Word was sent to friends n London Mills by his son, Glenn Tasker of Yelm, Wash. GEN. DIMITRIYEVICH NEW YORK (UPI) — Funeral services will be held today for Maj. Gen. Alexander Bimitriye- vich, 79, marshal of the court during the reign of King Alexander I of Yugoslavia. Dimitriyevich, who came to this country in 1949, died of cancer Tuesday in Flower and Fifth Avenue Hospital. MRS. HERBERT BLACK JR. DALLAS CITY-Mrs. Herbert Black Jr., 26, of Alpha, died unexpectedly Wednesday at 4:50 p. m. at Galesburg Cottage Hospital. She underwent surgery Wednesday morning. Cause of death was not immediately determined. Funeral and burial services are being arranged at the Fisher Funeral Home in Dallas City. Phyllis Carol Andrew, daughter Flower Shop Owner Dies At Hospital Mrs. Clarence C. Deal, 56, own er and operator of the Deal Flower Shop at 1407 N. Henderson St., died Wednesday at 12:38 p.m. at Cottage Hospital. The former Fern Beckham was born May 7, 1907, at Waltonville, and had lived in Galesburg since 1926. She was a member of First United Presbyterian Church and Nonpareil Chapter, Order of East ern Star. She was married at Macomb July 5, 1926, to Clarence C. Deal, who survives with a daughter, Mrs. William Howe of Monmouth; three brothers, Newman Beckham of Waltonville, Allen Beckham of Galesburg and Ruel Kelley of Mount Vernon; three sisters, Mrs Charles DeVat of Granite City, Mrs. Homer Cantrell of Benton and Mrs. Everett Linden of Chi cago, and one grandchild. Funeral will be Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Hinchliff and Pearson Fu neral Chapel, where friends may call Friday evening. Burial will be at East Linwood Cemetery. Galesburg Register-Maif, . Qofesbyrg, HI. Thursday, Jkpt B, )96% 25 of Gilbert and Hazel Poulter An drew, was born Dec. 24, 1936, at Quincy. She moved to Dallas City with her family and was graduated from the local high school. She was a member of the Osage Street Christian Church in Dallas City. On Dec. 18, 1959, she was mar ried in Dallas City to Herbert Black Jr., who survives. They had lived in Dallas City and Niota before moving to Alpha last February. Also surviving are a daughter Jeanine and a son Larry, both at home; her parents of Dallas City; a brother, Robert Andrew of Burlington, and two sisters, Mrs. Dalene Booton of Biggsville and Miss Sherrill Andrew of Dallas City. MRS. SELMA JOHNSON GILSON—Mrs. Selma P. Johnson, 83, of Gilson, died Wednesday at 5:55 p. m. at St. Mary's Hospital, where she was a patient since Aug. 30. The former Selma Nelson was born May 24, 1880, in Tortor- socken, Smoland, Sweden, and came to Illinois at the age of 13. She lived in Gilson 53 years, and was married to J. Alfred Johnson in New Windsor, Feb. 4, 1903. He died in 1912. Survivors include one son Floyd of Hermosa Beach., Calif.; one daughter, Mrs. Cecil Balmer of Gilson; five grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren, and a brother Carl Nelson of Studio City, Calif. She was a member of Grace Lutheran Church and a charter member of the Homemakers Extension Unit. Services will be held Saturday at 2 p. m. at the Klinck Chapel in Knoxville. Visitation is Friday evening at the chapel. Burial will be in the Lutheran Cemetery, New Windsor. INFANT HALL GOOD HOPE — Graveside services were held this afternoon for Martin E., infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hall Jr., of Good Hope, who died Wednesday at 1:15 p.m. at the St. Francis Hospital Premature Center in . Peoria. A twin sister Mary Genevieve survives. The infant was buried in the Bushnell Cemetery and Rev. Ernie James officiated at the graveside services. Martin was born Aug. 19, in Macomb, and was taken to the premature center in Peoria a day ater. Survivors include the parents, four brothers, Terry, Robert, Danny and Charles; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hall Sr., Roseville; paterrial grandparent, Harvey Scott of Quincy, and great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Mason, Mrs. Evan Smith, of Bushnell. HARVEY KELLY SPOKANE, Wash. (UPI)-Harvey Kelly, 77, general labor counsel for the Hearst Newspaper Company, died Wednesday in a Spokane hospital. WALTER H. GOLDE CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (UPI>Nationally known composer Walter Hermann Golde, 53, died at his home Wednesday. Golde, also an accompanist and H INCH U FF A PEARSON FUNERAL HOMEWCHAPa 287 N. Broad Phone S43-2101 MRS. DELBERT STORM — 1057 Monroe St. Services 10 A.M. Saturday at Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. Friends may call Friday evening at the funeral home. MRS. CLARENCE C. DEAL — 1407 N. Henderson St. Services 1:30 P.M. Saturday at Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. Friends may call Friday evening at the funeral home. (Jak«buf^1^g1«terMa(1 Classified Advertising LOCAL CASH RATE Effective April i, im Words 7-days 4-days 1-day . l-M | 136 | 2.34 | 1.30 ai -28 | 3.03 1 2-68 1.43 36-30 | 4.37 1 2.00 | 1.87 31-38 J »•»<> fl .39 1.81 36-40 I 8.83 1 1.87 2.07 41-30 | 6.88 I 4.36 2.32 46-50 | 7.28 ! 4.84 2.88 BLIND AD BOX RENTAL (Replies Mailed Out-of-town) SOe Card or Thank* 1 1-inch or In Memoriam* > j esa hedge Notice* J 82.00 DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks A SINCERE thank you to everyone for cards, letters, flowers, gifts and visits while in St. Mary's Hospital and since my return home. Also, to my doctors, nurses, aides and the Sisters. I am very grateful to all. Mrs. W. Ray Bowman, Knoxville, 111. MY SINCERE thanks to all who so thoughtfully remembered me with cards, gifts, flowers and visits while in Cottage Hospital and since my return home. To Drs. Johnson, Eckburg, Behrents, nurses, aides and to Rev. Young, I am deeply appreciative. Roletta Mottaz Victoria, 111. Lost and Found—1 GONE FOR GOOD? Not If you quickly place a LOST AD. Phone 342-5161. REWARD for information leading to the return of a brown and white male Fox Terrier dog lost In Lake Storey park Sunday afternoon, Aug. 25. Call or write Rtchard Hoexter. 1044 20th St., Rock Island, 111.. 788-0683. MALE Beagle, black and tan. lost Wednesday. About l'i years old and 15 inches high. Answers to name of Snuffv, No collar. Last seen In vicinity of N. Henderson and Main. Reward. After 5:30 call J. L. Vaughn. Linwood Road, 342-7107. Business Service—2 REFUSE STCRVTCE Pleasing you pleases us WE APPRECIATE vour business. Call us anytime. Cltvwide Rubbish Removal. 343 -R665 or 3434136 WRIGHT'S fTEATTNG Thermo-Products, Gas - oil furnaces. sheet metal, eutterwork. Free estimates. 1-5 vear payment plan. 29 Public Squaf*. 343-6535 Nlte 343-5404 OIL permanents, always a $5 special. Maxine's Beauty Shop, W. Main & Academy. Phone 343-3612. , PAPER HANGING-PAINTING Snrav or Brush. Free estimates. 342-367!) or 342-1278^ "GOOD COAL SALE September only. Stoker, lump, $10 ton. 5-ton orders. Washed, oiled, chemically treated. Special trash rates. 342-2075. R. Watts. LAWN BUILDING Fall Is coming — years of successful experience taught us the best time of year to smooth out your lawn Is now. Call us for free estimate. MARTIN Lawnbuilders Ph. 342-0521 For All PLUMBING NEEDS call Youngren PlumHprs 1327 Brown Ave - 343 -6813 NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners. Used stokers, gutter work 135 N Seminary 343-2318 SMALL Electric Appliance Repairs. All popular makes electric shavers, vacuum cleaners. All work guaranteed. Call 3423767. LAWN BUILDING Rough grading to the finished lawn. Black dirt and white rock. B'»dsoe's Lawn Builders, 3432206. Transportation—3 WANT RIDE TO WESTERN Everyday. Call 343-8655. SERVICEMAN driving to New Jersey area Sept. 15th wishes serviceman to help drive. Johnson, P.O. Box 44, North Henderson, III. Personal-Special Notice—4 TRY DTADAX Tablets (Formerly Dex-A-Diet). New name, same formula, only 98c at West Drug Company. AVON PRODUCTS If Interested In buying or selling. Call 342-0360. BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square Bargains In clothing, appliances and furniture Male Help Wanted—5 OPPORTUNITY Briefly we are looking for the right man to add to our staff. Should be enthusiastic, ambitious and one who likes people, preferably married, and interested in improving his situation In life. 3-year training program, salary open depending on qualifications. For interview call 3434514, 8 30 to 12 noon or 343-4492 after 4:30 P.M. MAN - To service ro.ul« in Galesburg local Home every night 22-40. married Phone 3430342. Male Help Wanted-* EXCELLENT opportunity for head salesman In livestock feed manufacturing business. High school education And references required. Write Box 758, care Register-Mall. NEED HELP? Find the best through a wldet choice Phone 342-8161 to place your WANT AD ; $7,200 10 812,000 YEARLY! Trained locally — representing oldest and largest manufacturer in our field. Age 25 td 55. No experience necessary. Ask for Mr. Stangland. Tel. 343-2146. 8 to 5. 2 OPENINGS In our Sales and Service Dept. for men of good character. Nw special skills are required. Ages 21 to 55 years. Car useful. Advancement to management available In accordance with your ability. For personal interview Call 343-1631, 9 to 10 P.M. MARRIED man to 35 with high school education, to service local route, $417 monthly guarantee. Write Box 678. % Register-Mail. NO STRIKES - no layoffs. All over-time you want. Married to 35. Write Box 965. care Register-Mail WANTED — Ambitious young man, 16 or 17, for full time stock clerk. Inquire in person, Trading Post Super. WANTED IMMEDIATELY Man to help harvest corn and beans. Leslie McKee, Oneida 4832004. AMBITIOUS MAN Wanting above average income, must have ability to work without close supervision, also car, willing to travel locally, full insurance benefits, and training program. For full details write Sales Manager, Schaeffer Mfg. Company, 102 Barton Street, St. Louis 4, Missouri. SECURITY INCOME OPPORTUNITY As an established firm, wc can offer these basic essentials plus monthly bonus incentive, group insurance, and opportunity for rapid advancement for executive minded personnel. Our business continues to grow In spite of so called "recession." Expense paid training program. Must be married, over 25, and have a car. For interview appointment Dial 342-5226. Female Help Wanted—45 SCHOOL starting, need more help. 4 waitresses, 4 curb help, 2 fry cooks. Apply In person 11 to 1 noon, 4 to 6 p.m. HUDDLE DRIVE-IN Henderson & Dayton. WAITRESS WANTED 3 to 11 shift. Circle T Truck Stop. MIDDLE-AGED lady to care for 2 small children, some light housework, while mother works. Semi modern country home. Can live in. Weekends off if desired. $15 per week. Phone 630-2684 Williamsfield after 6 P.M. MIDDLE-AGED lady to baby sit in my home 5 days a week. Phone 342-3902 after 5 P.M. WOMAN to babysit and do light housework 5 days a week, 7:30 to 3:30. Phone 342-2032. WAITRESSES WANTED Apply at Colonial Inn. General Office Work Young lady for general office work. • Paid insurance and paid vacation. • Starting salary $50 per week. • Hours 6 A.M. to 3 P.M. 5 ',2 day work week. Apply to Box 760, care Register- Mail giving full personal history and past experience in first letter. Male, Female Help Wanted—7 OPENING FOR DAYS 1 full time curb waiter or waitress. Must be neat, clean and efficient. No experience necessary. Apply in person, 2 to 4 P.M. STEAK 'N SHAKE FULL or part time, to present family security program. Call 342-5310 for appointment. Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. 405 Hill Arcade. STUDENTS - MEN - WOMEN 4 Established Routes available for full or part time work. Average $2 per hour. Apply 8-9 A.M. 5-6 P.M. at 218 North Henderson Street, Galesburg. Employment Wanted—8 WASHINGS — IRONINGS Shirts, curtains, lace tablecloths, Water softener. Rates to steady customers. 343-4706. 531 E. Brooks. CLEANING LADY has time available for house cleaning, wall washing, special housework, etc. Write Box 758, care ( Register-Mail. Instruction—9 Get Lifetime Security Men and women, train now for Civil Service Jobs Pays up to and as high as $02 per week to start. Gramrner school education usually sufficient. Keep your present job while training. U. S. citizens only. For full Information including a list of positions and salaries, send name and address to: Key Training Service of Peoria, 4207 N. Prospect Rd. Tel. 682-4822. Business Opportunity—10 Before Yon INVEST INVESTIGATE) The Galesburg ReqUiei • Mali attempts to determine the reliability ot the advertiser to «1) ads requiring an Investment It cannot nowaver vuarantae all such otters. We recommend that you INVESTIGATE fully betora you INVEST Wanted to Bay—11 GUNS, GOLD COINS. Cash for pistols, rifles, shotguns (mod,? r ^ ant . 1 1 ue) 8nd ? 0,d enroll Hebafd Guns, Public Square, 1-4:30. Knoxville 289-4556 Afternoons TOP price for used furniture, appliances, antique furniture, dishes, dolls, lamps, guns, Jewelry, etc. Lflwson Trading Post. 926 E. Main. 343-1918: 343-6241. USED Republic, A. O. Smith or Brvant gas conversion unit. Photic 312-0765 after 5 P.M. USED STEEL TRAPS Muskrat, mink, and beaver. Ph. 343-6866 anytime. GAS SPACE HEATERS Lawson Trading Post. 926 East Main. 343-1918. 343-6241. WANTED TO BUY - Tractors, trucks and cars for Darts Galesburg Tractor Lug. Co., Knoxville Road. Galesburg. til. Ph. 343*1914. Rooms for Rent—12 NICE sleeping room and car space at 862 E. Berrien. Gentleman only. Phone 343-3438. 2 SLEEPING rooms, bath not used by family. No drinking, no smoking. Call 342-5424. SLEEPING ROOM Private entrance, $7 week. Ph. 342-5964. SLEEPING room, nicely furnished, single or double, large lighted closet. Employed gentle- mnn. Near diner. 56 Walnut Ave. 343-5557. LARGE comfortable room with 4 windows and closet. Suitable for nurse, teacher, or student. 3 blocks from business district. 343-3615. SLEEPING room comfortably furnished with nice bedroom suite and large reclining chair. Rug on floor. After 5 call 3421041. , Furnished Apartments—14 LOWER furnished apt., 2 large rooms and kitchenette, private entrance, share bath, utilities furnished, $12 week. Phone 3434187. FIRST floor 2 room furnished apt., utilities furnished, antenna, gas heat. Prefer middlcage or working couple. Call 342-2851. EFFICIENCY Apt. — Refrigerator, stove, furniture and utilities furnished. Near town and college. Prefer middle age. employed or retired. 261 W. Tompkins St. 240 WEST MAIN Furnished 4 rooms and bath. Extra nice. Wall-to-wall carpeting. Close in. Employed adults. Galesburg Vault Co., or inquire Apt. 1, evenings. NICE clean 3-room and bath upper furnished apt. Close to town. Adults only. 260 Maple. 2-ROOM furnished apt. 1 or 2 people; also 1 room efficiency suitable for one man. Reason- nblo. 244 N. Broad. 2-ROOM furnished apt., private entrance, walking distance to shopping district. Utilities furnished. Adults, 250 Maple. FURNISHED apts., 2 or 3 rms., first floor, also efficiency apt., $35. Coll after 6, 343-7028. FURNISHED or unfurnished 3- room apt. Private bath and entrance. Utilities furnished. N. Academy. Adults. 343-4229. Rent y o u t APARTMENT or SLEEPING ROOM through a WANT AD FURNISHED apt., ground floor, 779 North West St, Rock Maple furniture. For couple only. TV antenna, tile- hath, garage space, gas heat, living room, dinette, kitchen, bedroom, spacious wardrobe closets. Very prU' vate apartment. Call at above address. «_ NORTH CHAMBERS TWO room bachelor apt. Utilities included, $55. Appointment 342-5677. WARM comfortably furnished front room and kitchenette in quiet home, convenient location, utilities furnished, pleasant for mfddlcagcd or retired lady. 033 W, Main. FURNISHED light housekeeping room on first floor, private half bath, refrigerator, stove, clean gas heat. Elderly person preferred. 346 N. Cherry. 3431387. COMPLETELY FURNISHED 2-Room apt. with private bath. Please call after 4:30 in the afternoon or any time Saturday and Sunday. Phone 342-6660. NORTH — 2-room upper apt. Clean, nicely furnished, walk In oloset. Close to bath. Retired or working lady preferred. 342- 3 ROOMS and bath lower apt. 2 blocks from town. Middle-aged lady or couple. Also 1 room efficiency. 343-5574. 2 ROOM furnished upper front apt., clean and pleasant. Phone 343-3826. FURNISHED 5 ROOM LOWER apt. 43 S. West. Utilities, gas heat furnished. Private bath and entrance. For appointment call 34 3-6505. • VERY CLEAN 3-room upper furnished apt. Private bath and entrance. A I t utilities furnished. Can be seen at 675 E. Main. CLEAN 2-room efficiency apt., first floor. Ideal for pensioner. Close to town. All utilities furnished. 342-0244 after 5:30 or 3430377 days. Unfurnished Apartments—15 HAVE you seen the Mayfair Manor apts.7 Galesburg's newest and finest, 2 bedrooms, air conditioned: garages. 925 Dayton Dr. 343-0251; 343-7176: 343-8487. 5-ROOM upper modern unfurnished apt., hardwood floors, enclosed porch, private entrance, bath; full basement, $65 month. 535 E. Knox. Phone 343-1646. 5-ROQ^I unfurnished apt., utlll DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT For sale or lease. For information call Abingdon 4481. rated. Also furnished 2-room apt. Phone 343-6286. ENTIRE first floor, newly decorated, large living room and dining room, 2 bedrooms, kitchen, private bath. Gas heat. Garage. 303 Maple Ave. 342-5724. EXTRA nice unfurnished 3-room apt. Private bath, private entrances. Stove, refrigerator furnished. Adults. Shown 9 to 2. 666 N. Kellogg. UNFURNISHED first floor 5 rooms 2 bedrooms. Heat and water furnished Everything separate. $80 month 559 N. Chambers. 342-6324. NORTH Academy—second floor. 2 bedroom unfurnished apt. Newly decorated. Gas heated. Heat and water furnished. Garage space. Now vacant. Phone Altona 484-5445, Unfurnished Apartments—II UPPER EAST FRONT Near college and downtown, 3 room*, kitchen, bath Stove, refrigerator, hot water furnished. Ideal for single or employed couple Adults. 343-1533 MODERN 5 room" unfurnished upper apt. Gas heat Everything separate, 74 N. Arthur. Close to shopping center. Adulbl only $50 Phone 343-2861 before 9:30 n.m or Inquire at downstairs apt. ____ NICE 5-ROOM Unfurnished lower apt. Gas heat, Bateman, Churchill District. Available Immcd I a te ]y^_343-302 L_ NICE 3-room and bath unfurnished upper apt. 2 closets. Heat, water furnished. Adults only. North side. Call 342-4329. IDEAL for working or retired lady, furnished or unfurnished large 3-room apt., utilities fur- nlshcd. gas heat, $50. 343-2305. 2 UNFURNISHED apts., first. floor, 6 rooms; second floor. 5 rooms: separate entrances: garage; water furnished. 1 block from Bateman and Churchill schools. 682 Maple. KNOXVILLE — .i^nargTroo'ms, unfurnished upper. Private entrance. Utilities furnished. Very nice. 289-6876. UPPER 2 BEDROOM Apt. Close In. 191 Cottage Ave. •142-5890. 3-ROOM bath, unfurnished upper apt., private entrance, garage, heat, water, furnished. Adults, no pets. 106 Lincoln. Ph. 343-7368 LARGE unfurnished modern apt. 220 wiring. On Knoxville road near Gates Rubber Products. Call 342-4860. JUST remodeled and decorated. 2nd floor, 12x18 living room, 6x7 entrance hall, 12x12 bedroom with new wall-to-wall carpeting. New kitchen with built-in cabinets, new ceramic tile bath. All utilities furnished. $85 per mo. Adults only. 529 N. Prairie St. For appointment call 343-3658. UPPER APT. Near Cottage Hospital 3 Large Cheerful Rooms Private bath and entrance. Utilities furnished; garage. Adults, $65. Dcets Realty, 343-2151 3-ROOM" anTTkitchenctte unfurnished apt. All utilities furnished. For more information call 343-7004. LOWER 1-room kitchenette apt. Private entrance, ',j bath. Walking distance to town. Phone 343-9377 or 342-0244. 2-ROOM upper a p t., unfurnished, has gas stove, redecorated, heat, water furnished. Ideal for retired or working lady. 342-2063. 5-ROOM DUPLEX Inquire at 232 S. Whltcsboro aft- cr 4:30 P. M, 5-ROOM unfurnished newly decorated upper modern apt., $60. 303 Mon. Blvd. 342-1565. UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom lower apt., utilities furnished. Gas heat. Good school location. North side. Shown by appolnt- mcnt. Call 342-7810. 869 BEECHER Ave. Upper 5-rm. unfurnished apt. Stove and refrigerator optional. Separate utilities and entrances. 4-ROOM unfurnished apt., north, ceramic tile bath, private entrances. Heat and wnter furnlsh- cd, $75. Phone 343-5478, EXCEPTIONALLY well decorated 3-room unfurnished apt. Drapes, carpets, stove furnished. Ample closet, storage space. Private entrance; close to town. Phone 343-3076. UNFURNISHED lower 4 room apt., utilities furnished; 2 rooms carpeted; close to town and factories. Inquire at 287 W. Tompkins. 2 OR 3-BEDROOM upper unfurnished apt. New kitchen, all newly decorated, separate entrance, gas heat and water furnished. Hitchcock Sc Churchill school area. Now available. Call 343-5534. 2 BEDROOM unfurnished upper apt., Birch kitchen, garage, private entrance. North Broad location. Ph. 342-0423. FOR RENT New 2 bedroom apt. Formal dining, separate kitchen with bullt- lns, private balcony. Carpeting and decor of your choice; separate utilities. Yearly lease required; $145 per month. O'BRYANT Town House 343-0165 Transferred To Galesburg And Looking For An APARTMENT? Enjoy Yourself With Leisure Living At BELLE ISLE APTS. * Treat Yourself To Maintenance Free Living At BELLE ISLE APTS. * * Style - Comfort - Leisure At BELLE ISLE APTS. * * * UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT — Contact — MRS. HELEN ALDRICH 342-3412 1470 N. West St 5 ROOM unfurnished tower apt., hardwood floors; gas heat; garage available. Phone 343-3836. ENTIRE downstairs. North Kellogg. 4 rooms. Living room and dining room carpeted. Ceramic tile bath. Modern kitchen. Disposal. Gas heat. Basement. Garage. Utilities furnished except electric. $85. Dial 342-4562. Houses for Rent—16 4 BEDROOMS. 2 baths, garage, screen porches, storms, stoker, available. Write Box 737, % Register-Mail. ftdfllei frff Jteftt-il MODERN "Vrootn turnlshtA home. Automatic paneled heat. Color TV, automatic wash*** dryer. Deep freeze. Inquire Earl West, 1 mf South Knoxville, ff-ROOM house, close to business district, gas heat, double garage. Children welcome. Call 343-1208 after 4 P.M. MODERN 6 rooms. Newly decorated. Gas heat. South West. 3 blocks to St. Joseph Academy. Write Box 762, care Register- Mall. 2-BEDROOM home, tile floors! gas heat: Rusco windows; garage; Roman brick siding. Located on Jefferson St. Ph. 3427362. ^ 3-BEDROOM MODERN HOUSB In Galesburg. Northwest location. Gas heat. Available Immediately. $90 per month. Call 778-2400. Falrvlew, til. MODERN B-ROOM COTTAGE Ground floor. Gas heat. New storm windows. Inquire 364 S. Kellogg St. MODERN 4-room house. 2 children permitted, $55 per month plus all utilities. 1392 Morton Ave. 342-0218. NORTHWEST—3-bedroom ranch on crawl space, gas heat, garage; curtains and rug Included. Possession Sept. 15. Write Box 75!). care Register-Mali. 5-ROOM RRICK BUNGALOW— locnted In very desirable neighborhood within walking distance of high school. Gas- flrcd forced hot air heat, $125 per month. .142-4719 or 343-1293 for appointment. Commercial Property-—MM FOR RENT, Sale or Lease—70x 34 building with 12x12 overhead. Downtown area. Call 3420078 or write P.O. Rox 282. Mobile Homes for Rent—17 LARGE modern Mobile home. Redecorated. Carpeted. 2 bedroom. Nice yard, patio. See to appreciate. No pets. 343-2817. 704 Wisconsin. Garages for Rent—17A GARAGE FOR RENT ISO Maple Ave. Wanted to Rent—19 WANTED — Farm to rent for 1964. 320 to 400 Acres. Prefer Cash and Grain. Good Machinery. Very good references. Life time farmer. Earl Renwick, Rl, Ehnwood, 1VL WANTED to Rent—4 or 5 bedroom house by Knox Collega staff member. Call 343-1121, Ext. 311. After 4 call 342-1044. WANT to rent farm for 19fl4. 160 acres or more. Plenty of help and equipment. References. Write Box 757, care Register- Mall. Cottages—19B FOn SALE: Furnished cabin on Mississippi River. Located just below Lock and Dam 18. Can be bought with or without boat and motor. Contact Ray Parr, Elllsvllle Garage. Elllsville, 111., or phone SW3-2157 Elllsville. Real Estate for Sale—2* TUCKER REALTY 204 N. Prairie—Free Parking Phone 342-1154 6-BEDROOM home or Income, top north location, excellent condition, 3 baths, fireplace, new gas furnace, new wiring, • high basement, 2-car garage. deep lot $18,500 4-BEDROOM home, close in: modern bath, new kitchen with range; aluminum storms: gas heat, garage $10,500 BATEMAN St., near Losey, 3- bedroom, 2-story home: good condiiton; high basement, gas heat: attached garage, short lot. $9,000 FAIR OAKS. 3 bedroom ranch, fireplace, dining area; 2-car attached garage. $20,000 N.W. 3-bcdroom ranch, 1.225 sq. ft., basement game room; built in range; screened patio. $17,500 NORTHLAND—3 bedroom ranch, built In range; attached garage. $16,500 MAST Addn. 3 bedroom ranch; birch kitchen, basement. $16,500 Other Homes to $45,000 HAYES TUCKER. REALTOR 204 N. Prairie — Ph. 342-1154 Evening Ph. — 342-4513 Mnrtha Duvall 343-9813 Dick Champion 343-3078 WANT TO BUILD? It will pay you to investigate our plans. Low down pymts., convential, componet, pre-cut, or f >re-fab homes. We have the best n the field. Split levels as low as 114.500. roomy 3-bdrm. ranch, as low as $12,500. Phone 343-5068. ASSOC I ATED PLANNERS Knox NORTH — Bungalow, modem. Gns heat. Double garage $4,800 EAST—3 bed. $500 down. Move right in $7,500 STONE School — 3-bedroom. 1 floor. Closets, cabinets, ceramic bath. Basement, garage. Big lot. Appointment only $10,500 ABINGDON — 3 bedroom. Nice lot. Low taxes .. $6,500 Marjorie Foster. Realtor Phone 342-1000 INCOME property. 3 separate apts.. north side, excellent neighborhood; close in. Write Box 761. care Register-Mail. 3 BEDROOM SPUT Large family room, 2 baths, gas heat, 15x25 garage, FHA appraised. 1113 Oriole Dr. Will consider, trade. New homes built to order, conventional, FHA and GI low down payment financing. MIDDLEWEST HOMES 343-2018 — 343-1224 BROAD — Near Hitchcock Churchill. Down: 3 bedrooms, living room and dining carpeted. Tile bath. Attractive kitchen. Attached double garage. Up: 3k room apartment. Separate entrance and meters. Present income $70 monthly. $16,500. Dial 342-4582. BRICK split level home. 3 bedrooms, carpets, IY2 baths, built-ins. Attached garage. Excellent buy. 373 Columbus Ave. Phone 342-6131 ext. 233, 8 to 4:30 or 342-6039. — (Continued on page 26) voice teacher, composed both ' Sam Pedrick, 95, well known civic songs and music for piano, and leader and former lieutenant gov- his works have been sung by ernor of - the Wisconsin-Upper James Melton, Gladys Swarthout, Michigan district of the Kiwanis. [•Leonard Warren, Nelson Eddy He died Sunday. and others. i ~—, , „ | Note to new cooks: To dredge food means nothing more than to Funeral coat it with flour or a similar SAM PEDRICK RIPON, Wis. (UPI) services will be held Saturday for' substance. Actors to Marry HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Actress Connie Stevens and actor James Stacy plan to be married on Oct. 12. ~ Miss Stevens said Wednesday | KaiUOIlU Get* Tweaked the ceremony will be in the St. j AVILA. Spain (UPI) — Ramo- the "Hawaiian Eye" television series and Stacy appears in the Walt Disney movie "Summer Magic." Francis de Sales Church in San Fernando. She plays "Cricket" in na Andrino Meneses, the young est in a family of 12, received 100 tugs on the ear for her births day Wednesday. The ear-tug is a traditional Spanish birthday custom, one for each year. Ramona's birthday was her 100th. Bake a big ham loaf and save hail of it to serve cold. I

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