Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on March 7, 1953 · Page 9
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The Dixon Evening Telegraph Saturday, March 7, 1953 Page 9 SALE-REAL ESTATE Real Eitott for Sal* FOR SALE Carnival OR One 170 ft. wide and 100 ft. deep. Across from new school on East McKinney st. Well drained, shade trees, and shrubs. Excellent neighborhood, modern con veniences. / Quincy Adams 6 ROOM modern home. 3 bedrooms, iras heat, excellent North side location. Well decorated on inside. Quick possession. Priced "IT'S HERE" That ultra-modern home. The best of material money can buv. Complete details are available. See or call L. J. WELCH CO. Phone 3-81711 ' Vaile Insurance - Real Estate Phone 3-0831 or 2-4892 119 Galena Ave. NOT NEW. BUT GOOD For 51.000.00 down you can own vour own home and nav the balance like rent. Modern kitchen cupboards, sjas hot water heater, 2-car Rarasre. 5 bedrooms, bath, full basement. CALL Alden F. Hunter. Realtor 106 W. River Street Phone : 3-8221 3 ROOM bungalow, full basement, oil heat, extra garden space, fruit trees, garage: will accept small down payment. Located close in West side. Price $6,000. 7 ROOM modern home, large modern kitchen, with rear closed-in porch, stoker heated. 2 car garage. Will accept $1500 down, balance-like rent. Priced $9,500 located south side on 7th St. 5 ROOM new modern home. Oil heated, full sized lot. Price $9.-000. $2500 down, balance monthly payments. West side location. HURD REAL ESTATE CO. 110'i W. First St. ' Dial 4-1511 Before you buy any home. look into the many Homeway Models, with features evervone likes. All sizes. .Local Builder-Dealer. Bob Perrv. Franklin Grove Road. Ph 3-3242. „ LOTS OF FRESH AIR AND ELBOW ROOM This six-room house, located on hiefhwav at entrance to city, has everyming your neari aesnes: laifce living room with wood-burninc firenlace: lovclv. lieht dining: room that will appeal to any nousewue: unp^i. cneerv kitchen that will deheht the whole family; half-bath and two closets on first floor; second iloor has 3 bedrooms. 6 closets and storage space. There's a screened porch, full basement, and screens and storm windows for entire house. The velvety lawn is beautiful— vour family will love it, for the kids will really have room to play— and there's a two-car garage, too, with full cement driveway from street to garage. House is on a lot 60x250 feet and has many flowers, evergreens and fruit trees. In addition, there is an extra lot. same size, which is a beautiful lawn with flowers and trees and is nice "as is" or would be an ideal building site , for another house, and there's l's acres, too. with nearly every kind of fruit vou can think of and offer-in* nlontv of s-arden SDace. Call 3-2374 now and arrange to see. at vour convenience, ims line property. DWELLING. NORTH SIDE 5 rooms and a solarium over the carasre. Modern, gas heat, built-in cupboards. Built-in tubs in hncomoni hot water heater and softener. Lot G6xl60. well land- MODERN 8 room house. 4 bedrooms and bath ud, new fixtures: 4 rooms and ]i bath down. Double carage, lot 75x150. Good location South side. 8 ROOM modern dwelling. 3 rooms up, s flown, garage in Dascroeiu. lot 75x150 feet, south side. $10.-500. F. X. NEWCOMER & COMPANY Phone 4-1621 Eve. F. M. Kness, 3-7172 lrRRCHIVE® . SALE-REAL ESTATE Rtol Eitott for Sol* 5 room modern North side home ana garage, ah on one uwi, vu heat. Close in. $14,500. John W. King. Broker Phone 2-1173 4 room house with 1 acre land. located across irom L-wmnouse church on Oregon-Franklin Grove blacktop road. Phone 73. W. M. Burright. Oregon, 111. 5 room modern house.* Glassed in front porch, garage* close to school. Priced to sell, $7,000. Very desirable 2 bedroom home in Swis,sville. Large living room, dining room, breakfast nook, kitchen. Full basement, double garage. Screened porch. . Priced for quick sale. New ranch type 3-bedroom home, north side, oil heat, attached garage, possession in 30 days. For Sale : 2 apartment house, close to business. .Well financed. 6 room modern nouse, oil heat, extra large lot. On highway edge of city limits. Very desirable modern, 3 bedroom home, north side, excellent location, double garage, possession soon. HESS AGENCY Real Estate Brokers 118 E. Third St. Phone 2-0201 _WAimDjrO_BUY_ WANTED TO BUY: Wall and base cabinets. Base should be about 35 in. high. Can use one corner urit with two smaller units for each side; or one unit up to 50 in. in length. Wall unit can be up to . 50 in. in length. Call 4-3634 after ROUND UP DOLLARS! Sell articles vou're not using, through classified ads in The Telegraph Phone 2-1111. Wanted: Small upright piano in good condition, reasonable. Phone 4-6926 after 6 p. m. ^§A^BJJCATIO(^ ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Estate of Martha Gleim, Deceased. The undersigned having been appointed Administrator of the Es tate of Martha Gleim, late of the Uountv of Lee and btate of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that she will appear before the Countv Court of said Lee Countv at the uourt House in uixon. Illinois, ai the Annl session, on the first Mon day in April next, at which time all persons having claims against said instate are nounea ana re minctort to nttonH for the nni-nos of having the same adiusted. All persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make immediate pavment to the undersigned. Dated this 18th day of February. A. D. 1953. Rose Saucr. Administrator Fearer and Nye, Oregon, Illinois Feb. 21. 28. March 7. 1953 NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Estate of Samuel Martin Wilmer. Deceased. Notice is hereby given to all persons that Afondnv. Anril 6. 1953. IS the claim date in the estate of Snniiiel Martin Witmer. Deceased. pending in the Countv Court of Lee uouniv. Illinois, sum ui<ii claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance 01 summons. Edith Esther Witmer. Executor Sheldon. Brown & Haglund, Attorneys Sterling. Tllinois. Feb. 28, March 7. 14. 1953 NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is herobv given to all per- cr>n« that Monriftv. Mav 4. 1953. IS the claim date in the estate of Adoipn u. acneiner. uvwaavu. pending in the County Court of Lee Countv, Illinois, and that claims mav be filed against the said estate on or before said date Without ISSUanCC OI summunn. Ceoi-ire Schcfflcr. Executor Warner & Warner. Attorneys. March 7. 14. 21. 1953 [(TOE BP Nobody's asked for the bridal chamber at the McCracken House, our leading hotel, since the ceiling fell in and sent a prominent young couple to the hospital. © nca By Dick Turner T. M **f . U. » M, 0f». "First let m» ask YOU a question, Melvin — howdo you Jtel about charge accounts?"- RADIO! 'SATURDAY AFrERNQON ::00 WGN—News; records WMAQ— Art Hellyer WJJD— Rhythm Express WIND— News; Ind. high school tourney WCFL— Marty Hogan ' WBBM— Music with Girls WLS— Metropolitan Opera .:25 WGN— Sam Hayes, news .:30 WGN— Chas. Kasher WBBM— Paul Gibson WJJD— News; Music Mart WCFL— News; B. O'Connor 1 :45 WGN— Record Relay !:00 WGN — News; Record Relay WBBM— Paul Gibson WMAQ— House of Music WCFL— Ballroom !:10 WBBM— News !:15 WBBM— Josh Brady WIND — News i:20 WIND— Ind. high school tourney * >:25 WGN— F. Singiser, news J:30 WGN— Record Relay WBBM— Josh Brady WJJD— News: music WCFL — News; M. 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'Night Party WCFL— Platter Party 3:30 WLS— The Buccaneers WMAQ— Music for Moderns WBBM— Weather; Country Style WIND— Dancing Party 3:45 WLS— News 3:55 WMAQ— Red Feather ):00 WGN— Scnatois Report WBBM— News WMAQ-News WIND — News; E. Hubbard Utah Uprising HORIZONTAL 1,5 Utah's capital is City 9 Notions 11 Cotton bundler 12 Special privilege (canon law) 13 Compound 15 Individual 16 Writer's mark , 23 Malicious burning 25 Ridges of mountains 27 Weight unit 29 Contend 30 Fruit drink 31 Before 32 Competition 36 Penetrate 40 On the sheltered side 41 Twitching 43 State flower of Utah is the -lily 44 Meadow 45 Bestow on 47 Upper limb 48 Pompous show 50 Zoroastnan adherent • 52 Sudanese Negroids 53 Frozen rain 54 Paradise 55 Fewer VERTICAL 1 Transgressor 2 Vipers 3 Romanian coin 4 Soft mineral 5 Final 6 Altitude (ab.) 7 Sharper 8 Printing The Morning After • , (Continued From Page 7) Ugh te*m writs— Dixon Recreation 2917 In the City league, City Laundry and »ey. 562. Zenu Culfer«. Cal Murj>h>, Reuier & R>an, Cy Helfrllch, 525: Bute KlreballK. Tus Utley. 520; City Laun.lt) Bob KogeljonK, 547; Joes Tap. Al Ber ner. 50!i; Woojuns Lumber. Galen Km nell. !W; Bains Grocery, Leo Berard. 52V Galen Finnell had the hlsh »ene< c the nlcht with 587 and hlsh c<mn wr Joe Moj«> 213, Red White 207. Cy He! frich 201. Tus Utley 203, Al Bcrncr 23< CITV LEAGUE Ilish Ind Eame-Cy Helfrlch ... High Ind. serlei— Bill Harden . Hlsh team came-Balns Grocery High team series— Reuter A. Rjar In the Church league Baptist lost tv< to'hoj'/ second' wltl)r':»o"-iinMn||iKh bowler K_mmcu."'55t: Vreib.' toVian'.':;'1 li" Pollock Paul 2, Krt Bolliiian. 5IO, Christian I Charlie Johnson <M. Bethel. Ted Gaul 512. Presbjterlan 2. Ken Meiccr. Sin, Si. Paul 4 P.uth Marshall 121. Baptist Oscar Stanle>. 571. Presb.Menan 1. Boti 1 1. Ed Hubbs. 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