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ABINGDON DOROTHY WHITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address! 705 W. Adams St Phone 531 devotions from the Upper Room and Mrs. R. L. Bond Jr. presented the lesson. She reviewed two articles entitled "Patriot Parson of Zurich" by J. Alton Templin and "Command the Morning" based on Job 38:12, written by Ernest Smith. Important dates for fall activities were stressed and the every member visitation Sept. 15 to 29 sponsored by membership and education commissions. Abingdon News Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shank attended the 1964 women and children's holiday and spring showing of new styles and fabrics held recently at McCormick Place and Merchandise Mart, Chicago. Shanks stores this week are paying their employes in race track money or $2 bills as a novel event. Mrs. Cyril Gibson in her country home Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. will entertain Abingdon Homemakers Extension unit. Hermon Homemakers Extension unit meeting has been postponed to Sept. 26 at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Richard Housh. Lydian annual birthday family potluck will be Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the Abingdon Christian Church Fellowship Hall. Those planning attendance are being asked to take table service and food for the family. Drink and dessert will be furnished by the committee. Church Units Hold Sessions ABINGDON—Thirty-four members of the Congregational Women's Fellowship held a cost dinner at the church Wednesday. The president, Mrs. Martin Stegall said the theme for this year is "The Growing Christian in Our Changing Culture." Mrs. Richard Larsen offered a vocal number, the Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Arthur Haw- kinsoti gave the devotions using the theme "Growth" and read her scripture from Luke. Mrs. James Robertson installed Mrs. Robert Smail as treasurer to replace Mrs. Thurston Alexander. Mrs. Stegall introduced the committee chairmen as follows: Program, Mrs. James Robertson; spiritual life, Mrs. Arthur Hawkinson; friendly service, Mrs. Keith Brown; family thank offering, Mrs. Cinda Robinson; stewardship, Mrs. Freeman Snell; adventures in reading, Mrs. L. P. Dechow; Christian social action, Mrs. Clifford Pence; Christian family life, Mrs. Don Erown; missionary education, Mrs. R u b i e Famulener; special social, Mrs. Hershal James; bazaar, Mrs. Lura Stuckey, and chicken pie supper, Mrs. Harley Stegall. Nov. 7 is the. date of the chicken pie supper. Mrs. Lura Stuckey requested bazaar items brought to her home as soon as possible. Juice for the Red Cross is to be brought to the next meeting. Mrs. Ruby Famulener, chairman of the ' special ways and means committee, announced a basement sale will be held Sept. 28 at the church. The dish committee requested donations for additional sets of dishes. Mrs. Frances Wheeler, Sterling, presented the program. She explained the instrumentalities of the United Church of Christ and program opportunities for adults. Meet at Scott Home "Count Your Blessings" was topic used for devotions by Mrs. Roscoe Scott Friday at Alice Wolford Circle meeting in the home of Mrs. Guy Dunlap. A guest was Mrs. Harold Dunlap. For scripture, she read Psalms 145 and Mrs. Lyle McGann opened the session with prayer. Mrs. Jack Lucas, in giving the lesson, chose the subject, "Changing in the Cities," and cited Wilmington Community Center in Delaware as an example. It was voted to conduct a yard and bake sale at the home of Mrs. Nora Paull Oct. 5 at 9 a.m. Pay $100 on Pledge Hope Circle Wednesday in the home of Mrs. John Turney decided to pay $100 on its pledge to WSCS general society. Mrs. Keith McElwain served as assistant hostess. Miss Esther Anderson opened the meeting and read a short article on integration. Devotions given by Mrs. Clara Shover, were taken from "Prayer and Shorthand" by Minnie Walte Brown. Mrs. David Musselman, for the lesson, reviewed the magazine article, "Burdensome Religion" by Roy L. Smith. Mrs. Francis Samuelson was a guest. The group decided to serve dinner for Rotary-Kiwanis ladies night Sept. 25. Circle Plans Sale Mrs. Reece Jones Friday hosted 11 Mary Circle members and-| one guest, Cheryl White. Mrs. K. C. Bulkeley, in charge of devotions and the lesson, used scripture from James I (17-25), reviewed magazine articles, "Learning to Pray" by Faith Baldwin, and "A Floating Clinic for Hong Kong." Mrs. Robert Moore, chairman, directed plans for a candy sale. Twelve members and guests, Maxine Reimer and Betty Way, of Hedding Circle met in the home of Clara Smith with Lois Sand assisting Friday. Mrs. Russell Turney presented | READ THE WANT ADS! ONE Call or ONE Letter Is All It Takes! We get right down to brass tacks the moment we hear from you. Under our extremely libera! credit policy, you can get money for almost anything and everything on terms to suit your pocketbook. You'll like the way we do business, OA C. FINANCE CORPORATIO Formerly Century loan Co. 123 South Main St, _ Abingdon, Illinois »T( Teltphont 71 Family Celebrates Two Birthdays Elmer Charles Nutt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nutt, celebrated his seventh birthday Saturday with a party at his home. Games were played and a special prize won by Steve Riney. Other's present were Noel Gustus, Steve Darmer, Deana Bevard, Bobbie Sandercock, Randy Sensabaughy Becky Fey, Rodney Thomas, David Jones, Susan Lawson, Debbie Linger and David Fey. Ginger Nutt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nutt, celebrated her 13th birthday with a slumber" party Friday. Saturday breakfast was served the following guests: Debbie Lindsey, Cynthia Reeder, Patty Cline, Sheryl Kreps, Barbara Wick, Karlene Muenzenmeyer, Sharon Hickey, Patti Homer, Carol Lagnese, Lorraine Zuck and Linda Mangieri. Karlene Muen­ zenmeyer won the booby prize and special prize was awarded Cynthia Reeder. Yates City Board Names New President YATES CITY — Kenneth H. Runyon has been appointed acting president of the Yates City Village Board, succeeding the late A. L» Rector. Runyon is sales representative of Farm Service, a cooperative operated by the Knox County Farm Bureau. He has been a member of the village board. Other board members are Darwin Prouty, Carrol Thompson, John Brewer, Robert McKeighan and Bruce Daley. Mrs. Francis Johnson serves as clerk, and Mrs. Domnick Capitan, treasurer. Destroy- (Continued from page 16) offices MOM I COAST tO COAJI I AIS0 OFFICES IN PEORIA, MACOMB ANO AIED0 expressed appreciation for the opportunity of attending. Refreshments-were served from a beautifully appointed table by members of the hostess committee: Mrs. Ira Huston, Mrs. Max Sanderson, Mrs. H. B. Allaman, Mrs. William J. Johnson, Mrs. Earl Kirkpatrick and Mrs. Fielding Staat. For the next meeting of the club, Oct. 2, Mrs. Leon Vogele will give the program. Mrs. McMurry Is Hostess The Macabean Society met In the home of Mrs. May McMurry on Thursday with a potluck dinner served at noon. The business meeting was called to order by Mrs. Thomas Romine. Miss Mabel Kelsey used the theme "Give Thanks to the Lord" for her devotional thoughts. During the social hour, Mrs. Fern Perrine conducted several contests and games. Present: 17 and two guests. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Pearl Lee on Oct. 3. A potluck dinner will be served, after which the group will engage in a work project. WMS Ponders 'Reflection* The Woman's Missionary Society of the Baptist Church held its meeting Thursday in the home of Mrs. Harlan Ewing, with 16 members present. Mrs. Fred Anderson led devotions. The program and discussion which followed considered the "Reflection" made by us as individuals and church groups on persons outside the Christian Church. The program committee was Mrs. Arthur Ray, Mrs. Harlan Ewing and Mrs. Fred Taylor. Hostesses were Mrs. Ewing. Mrs. John Albert and Mrs. Avie Cunningham. The next meeting will be held Oct. 3 at the church jointly with the Evening WMS which will have charge of the program. Roseville Briefs Freshman initiation day was observed in the high school Friday. Outlandish costumes and humbling chores imposed by upperclassmen was the order of the day. An assembly was held in the gymnasium at 3 o'clock. Parents and interested persons were welcome to attend. Rev. Hugh Crouch and son John of Springvale, Maine, made a surprise visit in the home of Rev. and Mrs. Robert Larson on Thursday afternoon. Mr. Crouch and Mr. Larson were Colgate' Rochester Seminary classmates in the class of '35. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Epperson and son of Galesburg and Guy Leaverton of Macomb were recent guests in the home of Mr and Mrs. Bruce Leaverton. Mrs. Riley Johnson and little son have returned to their home from the Monmouth Hospital. Mrs. Harvey Adair accompa nied her son-in-law, C a r 1 y s Adams, on a trip to Florida. They left on Wednesday, Adams to attend the American Legion Con vention in Miami and Mrs. Adair to visit friends in Bradenton. Mrs. Ralph Volk underwent surgery this week in the Galesburg Cottage Hospital. .When she is released from the hospital, she will come to the home of her mother, Mrs. Ruth McCullough, for a period of convalescing. Employes and their families were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bagley in the Bagley cabin on the river on Labor Day. Guests enjoyed boating and river sports. The occasion was also a birthday celebration for Bagley. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Engle and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Goodman, of Sciota, attended the Severn reunion in Canton last Sunday. Pony League players who still have uniforms are asked to return them to Robert Driffil as soon as possible. Mrs. Marian Radmacher has become a resident of the Bycroft Nursing Home in Roseville. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Monroe have arrived home from Colorado Springs, where they attended the wedding of their son Terry. While there, they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Moon, former Roseville residents. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Strickler have returned from a visit with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Utterback of Aurora, Colo. The Strickler grandchildren, Jay and Janie Skinner, who had spent the summer here, went with the Strick- lers as far as Denver, where they boarded a bus for their home in Newport, Ore. Fish Returns Chop FLEETWOOD, England (LTD —A halibut returned a pork chop to the English fishing trawler Gavina, mate Barnard Birley reported Sunday. Birley said the ship's cook threw the chop overboard, and 18 hours later the fish hauled aboard was found to have eaten it. "It was definitely the same chop," Birley said. "I've never heard of anything like that happening before." Golesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, 111, Monday, Sept. 9. 1963 1? Classified Advertising LOCAL CASH RAT* Effective Aprl) 1, 1951 Wortu 1-day* 4-riayi 1-day 1*20 | 3.36 I 9.34 | 1.30, 21-23 ( 3.93 2.68 1.43 26-30 1 4-87^ I 2 .90 ^ 31-35 | S.10 3.39 1J1 36-40 | 6.83 3.87 1 .07 41-35 | 8.55 4.36 2.32 46-60 | 7.28 4.84 2.56 BLIND AO BOX RENTAL (Replies Mailed Out-of-town) 60e Card ot Thank* ^ l-lnch or In Memoriama y Jc** J 12.00 Lodge Notice* DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks TURNER. William — We wish to thank our neighbors, friends, and relatives for the cards, /lowers, and other expressions of sympathy shown us at the time of the death and funeral of our husband and father. A special thanks to Dr. Moffett, Rev. John Clarke and those who served as pallbearers. Mrs. William Turndr, Mrs. Dorothy Baxter. Lodge Notices WOMEN OF THE MOOSE MEETING Sept. 10 at 8:00. Publicity ft chapter night. Formal meeting. Bessie Church, Sr. Reg. Dorothy Roelle, Roc. GALESBURG COUNCIL No. 556 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS REGULAR meeting Tonight — 8 o'clock. Tom Meyer, G.K. Crescent Hambsch, Fin. Sec'y. Lost and Found—1 GONE FOR GOOD? Not 11 you quickly place a LOST AD. Phone 342-5161. TAN Billfold lost in downtown shopping area Friday. Finder call 2 on 19 Cameron, collect, or 342-3789. BILLFOLD lost — Moore's Auction house. Contains valuable papers. Reward if returned to Homer Williams, 809 East North St., Knoxville, 111. Male Help Wflfite<f-S PART-TIME WORK Earn $20 en day off or in spare time. Must be employed presently. Ask for Mr. Larson, Room 225 TravcLodge, Sept. I), Monday YOUNG man for general greenhouse work. Must have driver's license, Apply 65 Locust St. BUSY SALES MANAGER—will interview ambitious, young married man 21-35 for manager trainee position, Sales experience not necessary. Earnings discussed at interview. Must desire to learn and better self with a nationally known company. 50 years old, whose average man earned over $475 per month Inst year. For personal Interview write comptete summary to Box 769, care Reglster-MaiL CARETAKER — Elderly couple, or one adult. Modern 4-room house, furnished or unfurnished, near Peoria. 2 references, .experience in first letter. Give Phone number. Write Box 763, care Register-Mail. PHARMACIST—Work in Peoria. locally owned chain. We pay moving expenses. Hospitalization. Retirement Fund. Seven Hour Day—for details write Sutliff & Case Co., Inc., Peoria, 111. EXCELLENT opportunity for head salesman in livestock feed manufacturing business. High school education and references required. Write Box 756, care Register-Mail. GALESBURG AREA Eastern' manufacturer will have opening for one married man, high school grad, 21 to 38. Must have good work record and be desirious of bettering self. $120 weekly guarantee and extensive training. Car> necessary. Apply Mr. Newton, TraveLodge Motel, on Sept. 9, 7-8. WANTED: Experienced man for year round farm work. References required. Art Wolford, Abingdon. Phone 86 or 6124. SALESMEN for America's foremost adv. specialty line—executive gifts. Top comm., bonuses. Season on. Give details first letter. Continental Calendar, 7319 N. Western, Chicago 45. SELL ADVERTISING BOOK MATCHES Write us! We put you in business by Return Mall, handling complete line Ad Book Matches in demand by every business! Luxury Christmas line now ready plus Union Label Political Matches! Everything furnished Free! Top Commissions daily! Superior Match, 7574, S. Greenwood Ave., Chicago 19, 111. AMBITIOUS MEN for local light deliveries Fridays and Saturdays. Good pay. Phone: 342-6407 NEED HELP? Find the best through a wider choice. Phone 342-5161 to place your WANT AD 2 OPENINGS in our Sales and Service Dept. for men of good character. No 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. MAN to service route in Knox County area. Home every night, 22 through 35, married. $118 weekly. Phone: 343-9342. BLACK billfold lost containing money. Virginia driving per mit and other important papers. Please bring to Police Station Reward is offered. Business Service—2 • LAWN BUILDING Now is the time to do SOMETHING about your lawn. Grading — Seeding — Sodding — Whiterock E. J. MARTIN—342-0521 REFUSE SERVICE Pleasing you please* us. WE APPRECIATE your business. Call us anytime. Citywlde Rubbish Removal, 343-8665 or 3434136. WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products, Gas - oil fur. naces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates, 1-5 year payment plan. 29 Public Square. 343-6535. Nite 343-5404. SMALL Electric Appliance Repairs All Popular Makes. ELECTRIC SHAVERS, VACUUM CLEANERS. All Work Guaranteed Call 342-3767. GOOD COAL SALE September only. Stoker, lump, $10 ton, 5-ton orders. Washed, oiled, chemically treated. Special trash rates. 342-2075. R. Watts. For All PLUMBING NEEDS call Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. — 343-6813. NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners. Used stokers, gutter work 135 N. Seminary 343-2318. LAWN BUILDING Rough grading to the finished lawn. Black dirt and white rock. Bledsoe's Lawn Builders, 3432296. Transportation—3 WANT RIDE TO WESTERN Everyday. Call 343-8655. Personal-Special Notice—4 NOTICE: Anyone having material or clothing at Mary Robertson's please contact Mrs. Wood, 342-4384. SENIOR ENGINEER Rapidly expanding Iowa manufacturer of steel buildings has opening for senior engineer, graduate preferred, minimum age 30, to supervise design group Must be familiar with production methods, .able to work well under pressure. Excellent salary, fringe benefits, opportunities for leadership. Submit resume in confidence to Box 768, % Register-Mail. Mute, Parnate Help WantedMt FULL or part tm-.e, to present family security program. Call 342 5319 for appointment. Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. 405 Areade. STUDENTS V 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 Hen- dcrson Street, Galesburg. UNUSUAL opportunity — No Investment, no delivery, no experience, no age limit, no walling. Immediate Income while building repeat customer list. Rcalsllk, Inc., (North! Box 956, Indianapolis, Ind. 46206, WANTED -- Men or women to supply families In Pi. Galesburg or Abingdon With Rawlelgh household products. Dealers now making sales over $15,000 yearly. Start with $50 or $100 cash or use our time payment plan. See or write Francis Shectz. n.'i Day St.. Galesburg. Ph. 34,1 1871 or write Rawlelgh. Dept. II.I 280148, Frceport. III. Employment Wanted—8 HOUSECLEANING — By day or week. Also will do Ironings. Work guaranteed. References. Phone 343-9172 or 343-5370. WASHINGS — IRONINGS Shirts, curtains, lace tablecloths, Water softener. Rates to steady customers. 343-4796. 531 E. Brooks. NEED A GOOD MOTHER? I'll care for your children anytime. Reasonable. 343-2542. SECRETARY 12 yrs. experience, medical and industrial, needs permanent position, any hours. Typing, shorthand, bookkeeping. Local references. 3-12-5371. WELL experienced middle-aged man would like bookkeeping or accounltng work. Moderate salary. Write Box 770, care Galesburg Register-Mall. Instruction—9 U.S. Civil Service Tests! Men-women, 18-52. Start high as $102.00 a week. Preparatory training until appointed. Thousands of jobs open. Experience usually unnecessary. FREE information on jobs, salaries, requirements. Write TODAY giving name, address and phone. Lincoln Service, Box 619, % Register-Mall. MOTEL Training — Learn to manage a motel, at home, in spare time. Men. women and couples over 25. Placement Service. Low Cost. Write — National Motel Training. Inc., P.O. Box 71, Oak Park, Illinois. Business Opportunity—10 Before Vera INVEST. INVESTIGATE) The Galesburg Register - Mall attempt* to determine the reliability of the advertiser in all ads requiring an investment. It cannot, however, guarantee all such offers. We recommend that you INVESTIGATE fully before you INVEST. DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT For sale or lease. For informa- tlon call AbIngdon 4481. Wanted to Buy—11 GUNS, GOLD COINS. Cash for pistols, rifles, shotguns (modern or antique) and gold coins. Gil Hebard Guns, Public Square, Knoxville. Afternoons 1-4:30. 289-4556. CHECK THIS Local business office has open ing for person with above aver age abilities. Some college preferred but not absolutely necessary, if fully qualified. You must be married, between ages 23 and 39 and able to pass a rigid character investigation. Salary will be discussed at first Interview. For appointment call 343-4514, 8:30 to 12 noon, or 343-4492 after 4:30 p.m. LAID OFF??? National concern has route opening for married man over 21, who is near, honest and dependable. $117 weekly guarantee to man who qualifies. Write Box 819, care Register-Mail. Female Help Wanted—6 PATIENT being released from hospital needs lady for housework and cooking during day. Phone 343-1260, 585 E. Second. 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. RELIABLE woman for babysitting, days 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. starting Sept. 30. References required. Phone 342-4081. SECOND cook, experience preferred but not necessary; good hours; meals and uniforms furnished. Apply in person only, American Beauty Restaurant. BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square. Bargain* In clothing, appliances and furniture TRY DIADAX Tablets (Formerly Dex-A-Diet). New name, same formula, only 98o at West Drug Company. AVON PRODUCTS If interested In buying or «ell- lng. Call 342-0360. TELL IT and SELL IT through the WANT ADS Dial 342-5161 PARENTS' INSTITUTE Parents' Institute will appoint two women, over 30, neat ap- f tearing, with car, to work local- y 5-day week, 0 A.M. to 3 P.M. delivering gift to new mothers and explaining Parents' child care and health services. Permanent position. Names and addresses furnished. No canvassing. Sales exper. helpful but not necessary. Average earnings $72.50 to $97.50 weekly. Write Box 767, % Register-Mail. State Phone Number. TOP price for used furniture, appliances, antique furniture, dishes, dolls, lamps, guns, jewelry, etc. Lawson Trading Post, 926 E. Main. 343-1918; 343-6241. USED Republic, A. O. Smith or Bryant gas conversion unit. Phone 342-0765 after 5 P.M. GAS SPACE HEATERS Lawson Trading Post, 926 East Main. 343-1918. 343-6241. Famished Ap«rtme*t»—14 FURNtSHED apt., ground floor, 779 North West St. Rock Maple furniture. For couple only, TV antenna, tile bath, garage space, "gas heat, living room, dinette, kitchen, bedroom, spa- clous wardrobe closets. Very pri^ vate apartment. Call at above address. FURNISHED light housekeeping room on first floor, private hnlf bath, refrigerator, stove, clean gns heat. Elderly person preferred. 3-16 N. Cherry. 3431387. 3 ROOMS and bnth'lower apt. 2 blocks from town. Middle-aged lady or couple. Also 1 room efficiency. 34.1_-5.VM_. __ 2 ROOM" furnished upper'front apt., clean and pleasant. Phone .11.1.1820. VERY CLEAN .1-room upper furnished apt. Private bath and entrance. A I I utilities furnished. Can he seen at 675 E. Main. NORTH — 2-room tipper apt. Clean, nicely furnished, walk In closet. Close to bath. Retired or working lady preferred. 342.1491. 240 WEST MAtN~ Furnished 4 rooms and bath. Extra nice. Wall-to-wall carpeting. Close In. Employed adults. Galesburg Vault Co., or Inquire Apt. 1. evenings. 2-ROOM furnished apt., private entrance, walking distance to shopping district. Utilities fur- nlshed. Adults. J |50_Mnple. NOW VACANT — "A very good .1 room furnished apt., modern. Garage. Prefer working couple. Adults only. Also house for sale. 219 Dtifflcld Ave. Unfurnished Apartments—15 576 MAPLE Ave. Nice upper un furnished 5-roorn apt., gas heat; TV antenna. Phone 3433021. HAVE you seen the Mayfalr Manor apts.? Galesburg'* newest and finest, 2 bedrooms, air conditioned: garages. 925 Dayton Dr. 343-9251; 343-7176: 343-8487. 3-ROOM and kitchenette unfurnished apt. All utilities furnished. For more Information call 34.1-7004. 2-ROOM upper n p t., unfurnished, has gas stove, redecorated, heat, water furnished. Ideal for retired or working lady. 342-206.1. 3-ROOM bath, unfurnished upper apt., private entrance, garage, heat, water, furnished. Adults, no pets. 106 Lincoln. Ph. 343-7368. 714 NO. KELLOGG 5 - Room lower unfurnished apt. Large modern kitchen, dining room, 2 bedrooms and bath. Garage, gas heat. Large yard. Separate utilities. Available at once. PhonQ 343-8487—343-3113 5-ROOM unfurnished newly decorated upper modern apt., $60. 393 Mon. Blvd. 342-1565. 4-ROOM unfurnished apt., north, ceramic tile bath, private entrances. Heat and water furnished, $75. Phone 343-5478. SPACIOUS A room upper unfurnished apt., private bath and entrance, garage and all utilities furnished. Prefer couple. 1009 E. Loscy. EXTRA nice 3 room unfurnished apt., private bath, entrance; plenty cupboards, drawers, stove, refrigerator furnished. Adults 666 N. Kellogg. NORTH Academy—second floor 2 bedroom unfurnished apt Newly decorated. Gas heated Heat and water furnished. Garage space. Now vacant. Phono Altonn 484-5445. WANTED TO BUY — Tractors, trucks and cars for parts. Galesburg Tractor Lug. Co,, Knoxville Road, Galesburg. 111. Ph. 343-1914. Rooms for Rent—12 LARGE nicely furnished front sleeping room, near phone and bath. Gentleman only. 269 Maple Ave. SLEEPING room, adjoining bath. 3 blocks North of Wal- greens. $8 per week. Ph. 342-0079 NICE sleeping room and car space at 862 E. Berrien. Gen tleman only. Phone 343-3438. 2 SLEEPING rooms, bath not used by family. No drinking, no smoking. Call 342-5424. SLEEPING ROOM Gentleman only. 167 N. Kellogg LARGE comfortable room with 4 windows and closet. Suitable for nurse, teacher, or student. 3 blocks from business district, 343-3615. LARGE nicely furnished sleeping room with private bath, Best location; 908 N. Broad. SLEEPING room comfortably furnished with nice bedroom suite and large reclining chair. Rug on floor. After 5 call 3421041. LADY to do light housekeeping in widower's home. Live in. More for home than wages. Write Box 771 care Register- Mail. MANAGEMENT opening for 2 women with direct selling experience. Reply confidential. Phone 342-0964 Galesburg. MAKE $75 to $175 CASH with the most beautiful Christmas Cards in the South! Exquisite personalized, Religious greetings, profitable money-makers. Write for amazing FREE offer; Sample Outfit on approval. Southern Greetings, 478 No. Hollywood, Dept. 129, Memphis 12, Tenn. WANTED — Housekeeper for widower. Middle-age lady preferred. References. Call evenings. 342-4805. 1 Day Waitress 1 Night Waitress 1 Part Time Waitress Apply In person to Mr. Peck or Mrs. Greenstreet HUDDLE DRIVE-IN Henderson 8c Dayton Sta. 342-0141. WANTED — Middle-age lady to live in and help care for elderly man. Gail Youngren, 1418 N. Academy. Ph. 343-1849 after 5:30 p.m. WIDOWER or middle-aged lady housekeeper to take care of a nice home for a widower, in ^ city. Write Box 772, ','« Register- Mail. CLOSE IN NORTH Large nicely furnished sleeping room, second floor, newly decorated, steam heat, TV acriel, telephone available. Call 312-3491 Furnished Apartments—14 FURNISHED 5 -room lower apt. 43 S. West. Private entrance, bath. Utilities furnished. Adults preferred. For information Ph. 343-6595. WOULD like to share my lovely 5 room new ranch home or just rent bedroom to employed middle-aged lady; north side. References. 343-4905. CLEAN 3~room apt., furnished, close In, gas heat, share bath. Lady preferred. $50. 189 Sumner Sts. Ph. 343-4383. George W. Foreman. LOWER furnished efficiency apt. Private bath, private entrance. Utilities furnished. Reasonable rent. 190 W. North. Phone 343-3341. 3 ROOM furnished apt. Ideal for employed couple. Close to town. Call 342-1051 early mom- ings or evenings. FURNISHED upper apt. in fine home near Galesburg. Private entrance and bath. Utilities furnished. References exchanged. Phone evenings. 342-9048. UPPER 3-room furnished apt.. private entrance and bath. Employed couple. Can be seen from 1 to 6 P.M. 844 N. Farnharn. COZY 2 room furnished apt., with hide-a-bed. Suitable for pensioner or working adult. Utilities furnished. 343-6377. EFFICIENCY apt., nicely turn- tshed. close in and quiet. Ideal for pensioner. Abo large 2 room furnished. Newly decorated Nice for couple. Reasonable rent. 343-9752. LOV/ER 1 -room kitchenette apt. Private entrance. »,i bath. Walking distance to town. Phone 343-9377 or 342-0244. Rem y o u r APARTMENT or SLEEFINQ ROOM ttuou«D a WAJi 4- AJJv UPPER APT. Near Cottage Hospital 3 Large Cheerful Rooms Private bath and entrance. Utilities furnished; garage. Adults, $65. Deets Realty, 343-2151 ENTIRE first floor, newly decorated, large living room and dining room, 2 bedrooms, kitchen, private bath. Gas heat. Garage. 393 Maple Ave. 342-5724. MODERN 5 room unfurnished upper apt. Gas heat. Everything separate, 74 N. Arthur. Close to shopping center. Adulta only. $50. Phono 343-2861 before 9:30 a.m or inquire at downstairs apt. UPPER 6-ROOM APT. Unfurnished, newly redecorated, Phone 343-3814 or 342-3887. ffouM* for ftitMut SMALL hou te, 3 roatni and toHfc gas heat. Unfurnished. Inquire st 2f)93 Baird Ave. 5 -ROOM bungalow, 2 bedrooms, gas heat, 220 Wiring: gafafe. Northwest location, L. T. Ston* school district. Children accepted. 342-0662. ; ^ MODERN 4 -room house. J children permitted, $85 per montri plus all utilities. 1392 MoftOfl Ave. 342-9218. NORTHWEST—3-bedroom ranch on crawl space, gas heat, gar* age; curtains and rug included. Possession Sept. 15. Write Box 750, care Register-Mail; 3 ROOM furnished house. 133 I<nke. £_0L Ph. 343-5687 before * Commercial Property—1 (W FOR RENT, Sale or Lease—70* 34 building with 12x12 overhead. Downtown area. Call 3420078 or write P.O. Box 282. Garages for Rent—17A GARAGE FOR RENT 150 Maple Ave. Wanted to Rent— It WANTED to Rent—4 or 8 bedroom house by Knox College staff member. Call 343-1121, Ext. 311. After 4 call 342-1044. CONSIDERATE, responsible young couple want to rent house In the country or fringe of town. Prefer close to Rt. 41, Bushnell to St. Augustine area. Mr. Carter, Stlllwell 2311 (Vermont. III.i. WANTED to rent — 3 or 4 bedroom house or Apartment. Ph. 343-1013. WANTED: 2-bedroom house or lower unfurnished apt. to rent while building. Will show house for sale while living there. 4 small children. Ned Flesher, 3425626. Real Estate (or Sale— M 3-BEDROOM home, aluminum siding, large modern kitchen; 8 rooms plus utility room, basement, garage. L. T. Stone district. 343-2919. WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG Advance Homes, P.O. Box 1124, Davenport, Iowa. FRED BURGLAND, REALTOR 343-9251 Hill Arcade 342-7505 GOOD north location. Story and 5 lovely large rooms down. 2 and bath up. Entire home In fine condition. Basement, gas heat. Double garage. Beautiful lot. Only $10,000 TRADE commercial site for home in Galesburg. Very nice Ranch type home, N.W. location, $1,000 down. New 3 bedroom home, will trade for 2 bedroom or sell. Mablc Reed. 343-4980, Lyman Gustus. Broker. 3-BEDROOM, new ranch. 14x24- ft. living room, dining room, kitchen, bath. Full basement, rumpus room. Water softner. Northeast edge of town. $13 ,000. 342-1005. FOR SALE—BY OWNER 2-Beclroom home, nicely decorated, wood paneling In kitchen, fenced back yarn, brick patio. 1725 Harrison after 5:00 P.M. FOR TRADE, duplex apt. In Galesburg. good condition, low maintenance cost, for 40 to 80 acres with Improvements. 342- m72. JEFFERSON ST. 3 bedroom i'/, bath, 1 floor home. Landscaped lot. Master bedroom with halt bath and picture window. Carpeted living dlnrng room. Gas hot water heat. Ideally located for schools. $18,300. 343-0912 for appointment. 8 LOTS in Keithsburg, close to school and churches, 3 blocks from river. Frank Stanley, Box 373, Oquawka, III. FAIR ACRES, by owner. Attractive brick ranch. L shaped living room, stone fireplace, 2 bedrooms, modern kitchen, exceptionally nice ceramic bath. Breezeway, patio, attached garage. $23,500. 3-12-3248. 3 BEDROOM SPLIT Large family room. 2 baths, fa* heat, 15x23 garage, FHA appraised. 1713 Oriole Dr. Will consider trade. New homes built to order, conventional, FHA and GI low down payment finanoing. MIDDLEWEST HOMES 342-2018 — 343-1224 2-BEDROOM UNFURNISHED Upper apt. Birch kitchen, garage, private entrance. North Broad location. Ph. 342-0423. HURRY! If You Are One of the Many Who Have Been Thinking About Apartment Living — Call Belle Isle Apts. AVAILABLE NOW— 1 Bedroom Apartments (Redecorated to Suit Tenant) Kitchens Include refrigerator, electric stove, stainless steel sink, garbage disposal, bedrooms are large, living rooms are ample for gracious entertaining. Ceramic tile bath with shower. All This . . . And A World of Service Only $85 Adults — No Pets BELLE ISLE APARTMENTS 1470 N. West St. Ph. 342-3412. FOR RENT New 3 bedroom apt. Formal dining, separate kitchen with built- ina, private balcony. Carpeting and decor ot your choice; separate utilities. Yearly lease required. $143 per month. O'BRYANT Town House 343-9185 ROOM and bath upper unfurnished apt. Rent very reasonable. 188 W. Main. Phone 3438530. 5-ROOM upper modern unfurnished apt., hardwood floors, enclosed porch, private entrance, bath: full basement, $63 moiuh. 533 K. Knox. Phone 343-1846. houses for Rent—16 6 -ROOM house, close to business district, gas heat, double garage. Children welcome. Call 343-1209 after 4 P.M. ATTRACTIVE clean furnished 2 bedroom home. Adults. Shown by appointment only. Ph. 3425624. MODERN 6 rooms. Newly decorated. Gas heat. South West. 3 blocks to St. Joseph Academy. Write Box 762, care Register- Mali. CHANDLER -HINCHMAN AGCY Ph. 342-1139: 343-9216: 342 -3853 240 E. Slmmona St. JACOBSON 1427 B. Knox 342 -3831 FRED BURGLAND, REALTOR 343-0251 Hill Arcade 342-7305 CHOICE North location, 3 nlca bedrooms, bath with shower. 32x14 combination llvtng-dlnin* room; beautiful new birch kitchen, new half bath; basement, gas heat; new roof; combination storms; double garage. $15,730. Make an offer. BRICK split level home. 3 bedrooms, carpets, Hi baths, bullt-ins. Attached garage. Excellent buy. 373 Columbus Ave. Phone 342-6121 ext. 233, 8 to 4:30 or 342-8039. _ 1131 "S. SEMINARY ST. NEW cement block foundation, living room, dining room, bedroom, large built-in kitchen, hall down. 3 bedrooms, modern bath up. Nice painted basement, stoker w/blower. Lot 83 x 198; Taxes. $192. A*, sume loan, $830 down. HARRISON REAL ESTATE 1873 Grand Ave. 343-6718 343-35233 FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL 3 BEDROOM BRICK HOME Ceramic bar*. Birch kitchen with all the built-ina. Carpeting Full Basement. Attached garage and patio. Ray O'Bryant Phone 343-9165. FOR SURE RESULTS Buy, Sell. Trade. Rent with a WANT AD INVESTORS SPECIAL 440 ACRE Knox Co. farm, very attractive return on your investment. LAKE BRACKEN 3 bdroom, 2 baths, large living room, fireplace. An exclusive home, priced right. KNOXVILLE — For possession before school, 3 bedrooms <S« bath. New floors & decora tions, 2 car garage & 1 acre, priced below going prices. 195V PALACE 43 ft. Aluminum House Trailer, nice small lot with sewer also storage shed, close to town, priced right. If you want a nice home with small yard, this is it. DALE H. BRAGG 289-2121 Myron McCoy -""" 289-5371 (Continued on page 18) i

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