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40 Galcsbtiro Rcflister-Moil>Golesburo> 111. Wednesdoy, Oct 9, 1963 Market Reports Today New Vdtk Sleeks NEW YORK (UPD-Stock market midday prices: Admiral 24% Int T4T W* Aldens 2314 Iowa PAL — Allegh Lud 41»4 Johns-Man 48% Mid Chent 50% Kennecott 79 Alld Strs 53 Kresge 27% Allis Chal 17V4 Kroger 29V4 Alum Ltd 27V* Lib McN 15Y 4 Alcoa 67 Lockhd 34% Am Air 28 Maytag 38% ABC Pmt 28% Min Hnywl 119% Am Can 45% Minn Min 61 Am Cyan 55% Monsanto 58% Am M&F 19 Mont Ward 37% Am Mtrs 22% Morrell 23% Am Y&Y 128% Nat Bis 54% Am Tob 28% Nat Can 16% Anaconda 50% Nat Dairy 64% Armour 40% Nat Gyps 47% Atchison 28% Nat Ld 74% Avco 22% NYC 19% Bendix 49% No Amn 50% Beth Stl 33% Nor Pac 47% Boeing 33% Nor St Pwr 35 Borden 65 Olin Math 43 Borg War 48% Outbd M 14% Case 10% Pac Tel 32% Catplr 44 Penney 43V* Celanese 52% Perm RR 18% Celotex 26% Pepsi Cola 56% C&NW 26% Phil Pet 56% Chi RI 26% Piper Air 32% Chrysler 95% Pure Oil 42 Cities Svc 64% Qua Oats 68% Coca Cola 103% RCA 75% Colum Gas 30 Rep Stl 42% Comm Ed 51% Revlon 43% Cons Ed 87 Rexall 38% Cont Can 45% Reyn Tob 39% Cont Oil 63% Safeway 60 Deere 64% Schenley 23% Diana 9 Sears 99% Douglas 20% Shell Oil 44% Dow Chem 59% Simmons 42% Du Pont 244% Sinclair 45% Eastman 111% So Pac 33% El Auto Li 25% Sperry 18% Firestone 38% Sq D 43% Flintkt 21% Std Bds 73% Ford Mtrs 54 SO Cal 64 Friden 44 SO Ind 62% Fruehauf 28% SO NJ 70% Gen Dyna 24 SO Ohio 66% Gen El 78% Stude Pack 8 Gen Fds 87 Swift 39 Gen Mtrs 79% Texaco 69% Gen Tel 27% Texas Inst 81% Goodrich 56% Un Carb 105% Goodyear 39% Un El 27% Grant WT 25% Un Pac 40V2 Gt Nor 53% Unt Air L 38% Greyhound 47% Utd Corp 8% Gulf Oil 48% Utd Fruit 20% Homestake 47% Utd Gas 38% Hupp 8% US Gyps 87% 111 Cent 50% US Play C 25% 111 Pwr 39% US Rub 47% Inland Stl 44% West Un 32% IBM 465 Wstghs Ab 29 Int Harv 58% Wstghs El 41 Int Nick 61% Woolworth 73% Int Paper 35 Yng S&T 124% Egg* and Poultry KnoxviUe Road, Galesburg Red Rowe, Hatchery Large clean Eggs 22c Under grade Eggs 16c Leghorn Hens . 3c Heavy Hens - 7c READ THE WANT ADS.' Backyard Sale 953 N. PRAIRIE Thurs.. Oct. 10 — 9 to • Rain Date — Oct. 17 Baby furniture, clothing all size*, •tc. Not Responsible for Accidents. BACKYARD SALE 1673 WILLARD ST. THURS., OCT. 10-9 to 4 Rain Data -- Friday Oct. 11 Good clothing for all. Winter coats, sport coats, kitchen chrome set, lamps, radios, toys and miscellaneous Items. THREE BACKYARD SALES Corner ol East South St Kellogg and 327 East South St. Something For Everyone. Clothes, plants, dishes, furniture, Thursday, Oct. 10 ~ 3 to 4. BIG BACKYARD SALE 881 Olive St. Wed. it Thun., Oct. 9, 10 9 to 5 Sxll rug, baby stroller tc walker, crib mattress, lots of baby and chlldrens clothes. Formals, coats, ladles dresses, 9% thru 20. Maternity tops. MIXED HAY WANTEP Can or see— Bill Bowen, care CBfcO STOCKYARDS Galesburg, I1L—Tet 343-5619 WertbeUner Cattle Co. Inc.— Galesburg Hog Market Galesburg Order Beyers C B. ft Q. Stockyard! Market steady. Bulk ot eastern shipping hops, $15.25-$15.50. Top, $15.75. Quotations: 200-230 $15.00-$15.75 230-260 $14.65-$15.65 260-300 $14.25-$15.15 Sows: 300-500 $12.25-$14.25 Bvshnoll livestock Market is weak. Top, $15.50; bulk 190-260 pounds, $15-$15.25; sows steady, bulking at $12.75$14.50; cattle, lower; lambs, steady. Tomorrow's Estimates CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Official estimated livestock receipts for Thursday are 800 cattle, 6,000 hogs and 500 sheep. Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) (USDA) — Interior Illinois hog prices (State-Federal); Receipts 22,000; demand fair, butchers rather uneven, Southern areas steady to strong, other areas mostly steady, instances 25 lower,' sows steady; 1-3 190-240 lb butchers 15.00-15.50; 1-2 200-230 lb butchers 15.50-15.75; 2-3 240-270 lbs 14.50-15.00; 1-3 280-350 lb sows 14.00-14.50; 1-3 350-400 lbs 13.0014.00; 2-3 400-500 lbs 12.00-13.00; 2-3 500400 lbs 1100.-12.00. Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (AP)-(USDA)Hogs 3,000; 1-2 195-230 lb butchers 15.50-15.75; mixed 1-3 190-250 lbs 15.25-15.50; 1-3 260-400 lb sows 14.00-14.75. Cattle 360; choice 1,000-1,117 lb slaughter steers 23.50-24.00; mixed good and choice 900-1,100 lbs 23.00-23.75; good and choice 875-1,000 lb slaughter heifers 21.7522.85; calves 9; good and choice vealers 24.00-25.00. Sheep 404; choice 90-100 lb slaughter lambs 17.00-18.50; utility and good slaughter ewes 3.00 -5 .00. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Hogs 6,000; rather slow, butchers steady to 25 lower; largely 1-2 190-225 lb butchers 16.00-16.25; mixed 1-3 180-240 lbs 15.50-16.00; 230-260 lbs 15 .40 -15 .75; 2-3 250-290 lbs 15 .00 -15.50; mixed 1-3 300-330 lb sows 14 .50 -14.85; 330-400 lbs 14.00-14.50; 400-500^1bs 13.50 -14 .00. Cattle 10,000^ *calves none; slaughter steers mostly steady, instances 25 lower; load prime V 307 lb slaughter steers 25.50; bulk high choice 1,100-1 ,350 lbs 24.7525 .25; choice 900-1,300 lbs 23 .7524.50; several loads choice 1,5501,650 lbs 21.00-22.00; load high choice and prime 1,500 lbs 23 .00; load lots mixed good and choice 1,000-1,250 lbs 23.00-23.50; load prime 1,100 lb heifers 24.00; load high choice to mostly prime 1 ,050 BACKYARD AND RUMMAGE SALE 219 S. CHAMBERS THURSDAY, OCT. 10 8 'Til ? UPPER AND LOWER APARTMENTS Recently re-decorated and thoroughly cleaned. Will rent separately or together. Tel. Office 342-6931 Res. 343-2681 COUNTRY LADIES' RUMMAGE SALE 74 S. SEMINARY Thurs., Oct. 10 — • to ? Fri., Oct. 11 — 9 to 4 Mens, womens, chlldrens clothing up to 54. Twin girls clothing up to siie 9. Glass enclosure doors for 3' bath tub, kitchen dinette set, 2 tables, 4 chairs, $10; crib It mattress S9.00. Maternity clothes 9 to 19, dishes, baked goods, and misc. items. LICENSE SERVICE DRAFTING PICTURE FRAMING RENTAL ITEMS HOBBY CRAFTS SLOAN'S DECOR CENTER 1058 E. LOSEY 343-4516 FIGHT SHIPPING FEVER ON YOUR NEW CATTLE TRY ABINGDON'S NEW AUREO-VITA - 700 A high Molasses stress supplement with 700 grams Aureomycin end 50,000 units Vitamin A. NONE LIKE IT IN THE MIDWEST Ion Milling Co PHONE 89 lbs 23.85; most choice 1,000-1,100 lbs 22.25-23.50; utility and commercial cows 14.00-15.50. Sheep 600; wooled slaughter lambs and slaughter ewes steady; few lots choice and prime 90-105 lb wooled slaughter lambs 19.50; good and choice 18.00-19.00; utility and good 15.00-18.00; cull to good slaughter ewes 4.00-6.00. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market lost its slightly higher edge late this afternoon in heavy trading. Volume for the day was estimated at 5.3 million shares, compared with 4.91 million Tuesday. Motors, sugar stocks and space- age issues contributed the most to the trading pace which was the most active of the week. Chrysler and American Motors were the volume leaders with Chrysler ahead about VA after setting another 1963 high. American was up less than GM was unchanged while Studebaker was off a small fraction and Ford fell nearly a point as its directors declared the regular dividend. Major steelmakers fell small fractions. Some airlines continued strong. Eastern was off about IVz as the CAB told a Boston court it is willing to let a competitor continue Miami flights pending a court review. American Crystal sugar and South Puerto Rico sugar were ahead by 1 or more. Storm damage to the Cuban sugar crop evidently resulted in demand for these issues. Utilities, chemicals and metals were mixed while rails and oils were fractionally lower. American Stock Exchange prices continued mixed in fairly active trading. Corporate and government bonds drifted lower. Markets at a Glance By United Press International Stocks narrowly mixed in moderately active trading. Bonds irregular. U.S. government bonds easier in quiet trading. American stocks irregular. Midwest stocks mixed. Cotton futures mixed. Grains in Chicago: Wheat, corn, oats, rye and., soybeans mixed. Hogs steady to 25 lower, top 16,25; cattle mostly steady to 25 lower, top 25.50; sheep steady, top 19.50; dressed beef 50 lower,' top 42.00; dressed pork loins 2.00 lower, top 46.00. SIDE YARD SALE 491 N. SEMINARY ST. THURS., OCT. 10 - 9 to 5 Clothing, all sizes, Jewelry, dishes and misc. items. Not Responsible for Accidents. WANTED RELIABLE FARMER To Take Over Payments on Neat New Case 830 Diesel Tractor — Case 5-14" Plow — Case Tandem Wheel Disk, 13 ft. 4" Cut — Case 4 Row Cultivator— or Choice of any of above. Terms to suit. We give Worth- more One Dollar Stamps. FISHER SALES CO. Joy, 111. — Ph. 584-3311 ROTCMtOOTIft rot OOOID wins RAINS m Dont Dig Up Your Sewer Call 343-6913 - or Phone 342-6430 Oalosburtj drain Market Consumers Grate A Safety Co. Mitt P. M, Corn $1.10 Oats 62c Soybeans —$2.66 Chicago Cash Grain CHICAGO (AP)-No wheat or oat sales. Corn No 1 yellow 1.30. Soybeans No 1 yellow 2.87%; No 2 yellow 2.87Ms. Soybean oil 9 %b - 3 /4a. Final Grata Review CHICAGO (AP)—The grain futures market continued its bullish trend today amid increasing indications that President Kennedy is about to authorize a massive wheat-to-Russia deal. Washington sources said the President is expected to announce at a news conference later today his approval of a one-shot wheat sale to the Soviet bloc to help ease a grain shortage behind the Iron Curtain. There was increased demand for futures, particularly wheat and rye. Action in soybeans was erratic most of the session with prices swinging above and below Tuesday's close. Carlot receipts were estimated at: wheat 7 cars, corn 83, oats 1; rye none; barley 11; soybeans 300. At the close wheat was 2 to 3V4 cents a bushel higher, December $2.1iy4-%; corn %-iy* cents higher, December $1.21%-%; oats V* higher to Vs lower, December 71Y4 cents; rye l%-2 a A higher, December $1.52%; and soybeans 23 J A cents higher, November $2.87- 86Y4. ChNtf* Grain Rant* CHICAGO (AP)— Prlf. High Low Close dost Wheat Dee 2.12 2.W* 2.11% 2.09% Mar 2.12 2.09% 2.11% 2.09% May 2.09 2MV*2M 2.08% Jul 1.78% 1.76 1.78 1.75% Sep 1.80% 1.77»/4 1.80 1.77% Corn Dec 1.21% 1.20% 1.21% 1.20% Mar 1.25% 1.23*4 1.25% 1.24% May 1.27 1.25% 1.26% 1.26 Jul 1.28% 1.26% 1.28% 1.27% Sep 1.25% 1.23% 1.25% 1.24% Oats Dec 71% 70% 71% 71% Mar 73% 72% 73% 73% May 73 72% 73 72% Jul 68 67% 67% 67% Rye Dec 1.53 1.50 1.52% 1.50% Mar 1.56% 1.54% 1.56 1.54% May 1.56% 1.54% 1.56 1.53% Jul 1.47% 1.44% 1.47% 1.44% Soybeans Nov 2.87 2.82% 2.86% 2.84 Jan 2.91% 2.86% 2.90% 2.88 Mar 2.94% 2.90 2.93% 2.91% May 2.98 2.92 2.96% 2.94 Jul 2.99 2.94 2.97 2.95% Aug 2.95% 2.91% 2.94% 2.91% READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! IN VVATAGA Modern Home, 5 rooms * bath. Gaa Heat. Completely remodeled. New double garage, low Taxes. Inquire at 304 E. Coal or Phone 375-8719 Waiaga. Garage Sale 1531 RUSSELL AVE. Thurs.. Oct. 10 — 9 to 5 Chlldrens and Infants - Clothing, Misc. Items. GRAIN AUGERS ON HAND "IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Various Sizes and Lengths. FAYHEE IMPLEMENT CO., INC. Prairie City, III. SP 5-4467 PLANT RYE THIS FALL and plow down a green manure crop next spring. BERGSTROM SEED ft FEED CO. WOODHULL, ILL. CLOSING OUT SALE Having sold my farm I will hold a Closing Out Sale at farm 1% miles South of KnoxviUe, III. and East to first house on TUESDAY, OCT. 15, 1963 at 12 O'clock. HOGS: US choice feeder shoats, vaccinated, casterated and wormed. 2 sows due to farrow first of Nov. MACHINERY: 1958 J.D. 420 tractor with wide front. This tractor has been used very little, fully hydraulic, 2 row J.D. cultivator, Woods Bros, corn picker good, 32' corn elevator, J.D. 2-14 plow, tractor spreader on rubber, 4 sec. wood harrow, good rubber tire gear and flare box. Power corn sheller good, 8' disc, 3 sec. iron harrow, good 2 wheel trailer w/stock rack, New Idea mower, J.D. 290 planter on rubber, 6' disc, 2-old wagons, high wagon, iron wheel wagon, spring seat, gas engine 4 H.P. used 2 seasons. Cattle self feeder, new 50 bu. hog self feeder, creep feeder, Cowboy tank heater, 300 gal. gas tank and stand, oil barrells, 2 single bog sheds, 1 double hog shed, 12 sheets 12' galvanized roofing. FEED: 200 bu. oats more or less. 500 bales good hay. 60 bales straw, few bu. corn. Some junk and many items too numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH. Not Responsible For Accidents. SAM ANDREWS—Owner Lunch on Grounds, Auctioneers: Lewis G. Maries, Michael E. Mark*. Walt Lindabl and Carroll Marks, Clerks. Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPD-Produce: Live poultry special fed White Rock fryers 19; roasters 23-24. Cheese processed loaf 39%-44; brick 40-44; Swiss Grade A 52-55; B 50-54. Butter unsettled; 93 score 57%; 92 score 57 l A; 90 score 56%; 89 score 55%. Eggs about steady, white large extras 39%; mixed large extras 39%; mediums 30%; standards 34%. More than 9,000 different items are carried by the average supermarket, according to estimates. Windows Washed Eaves Cleaned Before Noon, after 7:30 p.m. 343-8771 — 342-6923 FOR SALE 600 Gallon Water Tank Never Been Used. Mounted on a Saddle. LAWRENCE NELSON Rio, Illinois — (72-2545 BACKYARD SALE THURSDAY AFTERNOON 3:30 to 5 and FRIDAY - 8 to 5 847 W. SOUTH ST. Backyard Sale 346 S. HENDERSON F*l„ Oct. 11 — 9 to T Nothing Sold Until 9 a .m. Friday Mostly clothing tc a few misc. Items. In case of rain—In Garage. Backyard & Rummage Sales, etc. Must bo in our office 12 noon day beforo ad runs. Call 342-5161 Display Advertising Dept. Galesburg Register-Mail Yates City Club Adds 2 Members YATES CITY - The October meeting of the Avon Junior Worn* an's Club convened at the Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Robert Fitch and Mrs. Raymond Adolphson were introduced as new members. Mrs. Terry Powell announced the date of the style show to be Nov. 5 at 7:30 p.m. It will be presented by O. T. Johnson & Co. of Galesburg. Tells of Knitting Mrs. George Brand introduced the program, "Knit Wits." Mrs. Cletus Bailey of Kellogg Drake k Co. of Galesburg gave a talk on knitting. She displayed various types of yarns, needles, knitted articles, and kits of sweaters and afghans. The first articles of knitting were traced back to the Second Century/During the Renaissance Period, knitting took a big step forward. The men became the knitters, taking apprenticeship in knitting. The two most noticeable advancements in knitting during the Backyard Sole 957 S. SEMINARY Wed., Oct. 9 — Thun., Oct. 10 9 to T Cabinets, Clothing, Misc. Items. STUMP CUTTING May cost less than yon think to get rid of thai unsightly stump. Call DoWAYNE JOHNSON EXCAVATING Phone 342-0I19 NEIGHBORHOOD BACKYARD SALE Thurs., Oct. 10-9 a.m. 'til ? 1168 McCLURE ST. Radios, toasters, knlck knacks; and clothes. FOR SALE OR TRADE NEW IDEA PICKER No. 20 Mountings for WD45. Trade for New Idea FuU Picker with Rear Elevator. JOHN MALLERY LaFayelle, IU. Phone 995-3973 PORCH SALE 699 LOCUST Wed. and Thurs. Furniture, plants, good clothing, portable sewing machine, ironer, drafting board and instruments, and misc. Items. FOR SALE NEW FARM MACHINERY $$$ SAVE $$$ S1951.00 New Helix 2 In 1 Forage Box Rear End Unloader and Bunk Feeder Unloader Only S1295 $898.00 New Helix Mixer-Blender Auger Unloader on Rubber 9595 $831.00 New Case 4 Blade Rotary Field Cutter on Rubber — Only $449 $893.00 New Case 14" P.T.O. Portable Hammer Mill on Rubber. Only $497 $998.00 New Case Wheel Type Tandem Disks - 18" Blades- Only -—$939 $289.00 New Case Spike Tooth 24 ft. Harrows. Only $199 $1033.00 New Cunningham Hay Conditioners on rubber— Only - $899 $645.00 New Case 95 Manure Spreader. Only $449 $979.00 New Case 125 Manure Spreader. Only — — $595 Terms To Suit — We Give Worthmore One Dollar Stamps. Save As You Spend. FISHER SALES CO. Joy, 111. — Ph. 994-2311 CLOSING OUT SALE As I have rented my farm and am quitting farming, I will sell the following personal property at auction at farm located V/x miles north on Route 8 and 97 and l',a miles west of Maquon, Illinois, on WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16, 1963 At 12:00 O'clock, 25—HEAD OF CATTLE—25 25 Good Yearling Angus Steers. 130—HEAD OF HOGS—130 90 head of good Hampshire shoats; 40 head of good Hampshire and Duroc shoats. These are good shoats and will weigh from 60 to over 100 lbs. and are vaccinated for cholera and erysipelas. MACHINERY 1941 International M Farmall on good rubber and in good condition, overhauled 2 years ago, and has been used on only 60 acres the last 2 years; 1948 International H Farmall tractor, motor in good condition; 2-row International cultivator; International manure loader; good Kewanee 40-ft. model 300 elevato r, only 3years old, and has been used very little; Stan Hoist hydraulic wagon hoist; A-C 5-ft. combine with power take-off; International side delivery rake; BJU S. rubber-tired wagon and steel flared box; Sears rubber-tired wagon and steel flared box; Good international 3-14 plow; Kewanee 4- section harrow and folding drawbar; 2-row International tractor corn planter; 8-ft. International disc; International 7-ft. tractor mower; old 2-row New Idea corn picker; International endgate seeder; International tractor pulley for M or H; Larson 6-row sprayer. MISCELLANEOUS 2 Unico galvanized hog feeders with double-life bottoms, like new; Unico heavy gauge steel hog waterer tank, like new, with side lids; Life Time heavy metal tank with hog waterers; 3 galvanized tanks with hog waterers; Cow Boy tank heater; 3 gas barrels with connections and filler hose; hog catching crate; 6-in. endless 20-ft. belt; heavy log chain; barb wire stretchers; aluminum scoop; 6 heat lamps; water softener tank; good used truck tire; many other small tools and items found in a closing out sale. Maytag aluminum square tub washing machine; FhUco combination radio and record player. 1953 Chevrolet 3 /i -ton truck with grain box and stock rack, on good rubber, and motor in good shape. Consigned: 16 ft. North Star fiberglass runabout boat, 50 horse Evenrude motor with electric starter and Gator tilt boat trailer, all in good condition. TERMS: CASH. Net Responsible For Accidents. GLENN CLARK—Owntr Lunch by Maquon Methodist Church, CARL STUCK, Aucloneer. Phone TR S-397C, Maquon, Illinois. WALT LIMPAHL, Clerk. last few f&m are the Jumper needle end the style. Mrs. Bailey sold the most im* portent thing to watch when taking up knitting as a hobby Is intake sure the knitting guage checks with the gauge of (he pattern. Knitting classes are given by Kellogg Drake It Co. every Saturday at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m, Serving oh the October committee were Mrs. Arthur Potter, Mrs. Bill Bivens and Mr*. George iockwdod. Dow Jones Average* NEW YORK <UPI)~Dow Jones 1 p.m. stock averages: 30 indus 74.1.13 off 0.77 20 raits 168.45 off 0.52 15 utils 139.06 Up 0.31 65 stocks 280.86 off 0.22 Form For Sole 90 Acres—9 Bitot if**, 0«»*»j buro on Baftl rremont read. ?S acres tillable. Modern house, e* cellent water supp*. Adequate buildup. Contact John Kennedy. Ph. M3-S099 Off 111! W Loser attw » ROOM ADDITIONS REMODELING CABINETS, Etc. — Free Estimates — WAYNE WEBSTER 349-1720 MOW OPEH — THE EVERGREENS 1199 W. Main ft.. Oalesburf, 111. A State Licensed sheUer eat* home for ambulatory men and women. Reasonable rates, good can, well balanced meals. For appointment phone 941*9141. Mrs. Grace E. Zugg. operator. BACKYARD SALE 1290 MONROE THURSDAY, OCT. 10 Rain Dale — Oct. 11 10 a.m. 'til S p.m. Nothing sold before 10 a.m. Eyerthing present to sell. FRESH FISH FRIDAY 131 SO. ACADEMY FOR SALE Case Forage Harvester with Corn Head. J. Deere Forage Harvester with Corn Head and Hay Head. Mpls. - Moline H.J. Mounted Picker. IHC 2-M Mounted Picker. IHC 24 Mounted Picker. J. Deere 200 Pull Picker. Mpls. - MoUne S90 Pull Picker. Case 630-SOOB-S11B Tractor Mounting for Case 2 row Mounted Corn Picker. Case 900-930-700-730 Tractor Hydraulic Eagle Hitch. Case K2 - 9 ft. Anger Combine. Ford-Dearborn • ft. Combine. New Idea 303 Trailer Typo Cora Sheller like new. Terms to Suit "WE GIVE WORTHMORE ONE DOLLAR STAMPS" Save As You Spend FISHER SALES CO. Joy, IU. Ph. 394-2311 Some IndsWdttetfttiTi Still foists BALTIMORE (kP) m A Baltimore artist refused to buy A new UrtOnWCHiQ HHJWel 10 HW DtWwB its window wis tutted. Glare or no glare, site aaftl, she likei to see the colors of the world as they are. coMnm TRO R1MOVA1 OLSON? nut Can Ortm»fmm G .^»K« 1 MIM BACKYARD lAUS 1173 Brown Ave. Thorn, Oct. is, ••.«.!* 4 •.«< Rain Date — Oetobet ll' Dishes, tumlfare, rags, misc. Heme, clothe*, women't halt, children'! books, tools, electric motors, cedar chest bookcases and desk. WORLD'S MRUS TV ANTENNA SPECIAL UHF or VHP $29.95 Installed* EAE ANTENNA SERVICE Call 343-1175 or M3-I1M Between 9s30 to 9:39 •Includes: 1—10' section matt, antenna (UHP or VHF), tr lead- in wire, roof mount, and 90* of guy wire. Other Installations estimated free of charge. Backyard Sole Trenton Corners at the Home of Mrs. Bert Xasparle. FRIDAY-ALL DAY Crochet Work. Backyard Sole Thursday. October 10.—9:90 to f Lota of Everything. Large Slse clothes, good chlldrens clothing, misc. Furniture. 876 LIBERTY ST. Not Responsible for Accidents. Applionce Bargains REFRIGERATORS 1-Frigidaire $5.00 1—Westlnghoase ..$ 5.80 1-Frigidaire $15 .00 1—2-Dr. Crosley- .$15.00 1—Apt. FrigidaJre $4t.#0 Many others from $50 op RANGES 1—Universal Gas..$ 5.00 1—Detroit Jewel Gas $5.00 1—Hotpoint Elec. $5.00 1—Kenmore Gas ..$10.00 1—Enterprise Gas $20.00 1-G.E. Elec $50 .00 Many others from $50 np All of the above are la working condition. Johnson's Applionce 343-9317 Mala A Cherry EARN MORE WITH INSURED SAFETY Investments by tht 15th Earn from the First with Insured Safety AT 250 EAST MAIN ST. SPECIAL FEEDER CALF SALE 700-800 HEAD All W«i9ht«—Catvn, SUtri, Hsiftra Thursday, Oct. 10 7:30 P.M. KnoxviUe Community Sale Co., Inc. Knsxvillt, Illinois

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