Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 24, 1955 · Page 13
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 13

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The Dixon Evening Telegraph Tuesday, May 24, 1955 Page 13 Get readv for summer for the growing: family by buying this all modern two story 8 room house in Grand Detour. This house is 7 years old, insulated, oil heat, full basement, garage, extra lot 66 x 132. Modern 2 story 7 room house, gas heat, double garage with extra lot. North Side. p Room bungalow, oil heat, close ' to school. Northeast Side. Farms for sale. Lots for sale. . F. X. NEWCOMER k CO. Phone 4-1621 Evenings F. M. Kne»s 3-7172 KNOW WHERE BARGAINS ARE? Tn r-incKifi^d' Home. car. furni ture, anything - see Want Ads LOANS We are now making loans on both city real estate and farms. SEE US FOR RATES AND FULL PARTICULARS F. X. Newcomer & Company Your Success Secret Is a Telegraph Ad! Classified NewspaperHHCHIVE® . New i and S bedroom homes for sale. .Excellent, terms can oe arranged. Several lots for sale. -room modern nome, wouia une to have an offer. H. E. GERDES, Realtor Office phone 4-9411 Evenings phone 3-6587 or 4-2S31. i room modern bungalow with garage. Close to town. Small down payment, balance like rent. BOOS AGENCY 404 Third Street Day or Evening phone 3-5864 want£d"xobu5 Beeler Builders Inc. ANNOUNCING a few lots adjoining Assembly Park, (Dixon), with citv water, gas and sewer North Side Lanewood Drive. Between Institute and Myrtle Ave. Build a luxurious National Home-Three or Four bedroom - One or two baths - With or without basement. Homes restricted $12,500 to Sin, 500 starting $1,200 down. Call collect Sterling 3722 or see us 102U Wert 2nd »♦.. R«"k Fall?. WANTED BOY or GIRL for DIXON EVENING TELEGRAPH ROUTE in Mt. Moms Interested Please Call 2-1 1 1 1 Dixon and Ask for Mr. Holmes 812 Dement Ave. BULLDOZER WORK BASEMENT DIGGING FILL and BLACK DIRT TRENCH SILO ROAD ROCK LIMESTONE DUMP TRUCK WORK FENCE ROW CLEARING Clarence Martin 4th Ave. Dixon, 111. Phone 4-0821 Maybe Parents Wrong, She Says CHICAGO Wi— Maybe it's be-uise of psychology, if parents don't get along with their children. Or niaybt! the schools need a course in how to understand par ents. On the other hand, maybe it's only because of TV tray suppers. These are suggestions ottered at the 59th annual convention of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers meeting this week in Chicago. Mrs. Bonaro Overstreet, ot >£ill Valley. Calif., declared Monday p^ron's r*ny too many misconceptions of child psychology, such as permitting a child to cry itself to exhaustion. Parents, she added, also carry over too many thinkings and ideas of their own simple pasts into the complex structure of their children's present. Her recipe for good and whole some familv living contains four integrities for use in the home Honesty— obeying laws, telling the truth and living within society's rules; work performance best of one's abilities, rather than merely to get by; generous give-and-take between individuals; fac tual knowledge— distinguishing Hue facts from rumor. Dr. Esther E. Prevey. chair of the congress' Home and Life Committee, suggested pupils n elementary 9chools could be taugh good group living to help solvi home conflicts. Teen-agers could have a course on home li\ Mrs. Lillian Evans, of Victoria, B. C, Canada, appealed for return of the family dining room and dinmg table. "Eating today is largely off thi snack bar," Mrs. Evans said, "o: the corner of the kitchen sink, o a TV tray, or maybe a sandwich on the run. "At the dining table the family FARMER'S TRADING POST H. A. Roe Company ft F.H.A. AND G.I. MORTGAGES ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE PHONE 3-1031 ft First and Peoria DIXON ILLINOIS Farmers Money is tagged for you without any interest charge, until called for, is one feature of our PLAN that farmers like. It enables them to get good discounts for cash on purchases made. ROCK RIVER PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSN. Phone 2-9341 Dixon or 2215 Morrison Something New With Us Sensational Line of ' PAX HOG FEEDERS and WATERERS Attractively Priced Feed Mixing and Custom Grinding at All Times Eldena-Dixon Cooperative Co. 624 Depot Ave. Ph.4-0361 Eldena 4-3746 Concrete Blocks Concrete Septic Tanks STEEL WINDOWS All Sizes FIVE-FO'JT DIAMETER WELL PITS ELLER and WILLEY BLOCK CO. Palmyra Ave. Dixon, 111. Ph. 2-0211 AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS 24<To Aldrin Emulsion Dieldrin Emulsion 25% DDT Emulsion Malathion Emulsion B. H. C. Emulsion Amine 4 lb. Acid Gal. 40% Butyl Ester Brush Killer Super Brush Killer 2, 4, 5-T 400 Butyl Ester Howard Plock Equipment Service R. R. 1, Dixon Phone 2-2290 SAVE $100.00 For Immediate Installation CROSLEY % TON ROOM SIZE AIR CONDITIONER— Reg. $389.95, Now $289.95 DIXON OIL CO. Home Lumber and Coal Co. ft "Home Builders for Home Folks" Building Materials Wire Fencing Fuel 411-417 First St., Dixon FARMERS Haying and Spraying Meeting WbUNtbUAT, JUNt I, b p. Featuring E. W. Hamilton of Milwaukee, Wis., an authority on legumes, grass, sileage, etc. JOE GARLAND, Local Custom Spray Operator BE SURE TO ATTEND Door Prizes - Movies - .Refreshments DIXON ONE-STOP SERVICE FARM STORE [LTlAbner / By AlCtpp 1 I flffl] inStlll MIGHT BE lOSIH ' SLEEP. ^\ I p?OOCAl7rSEE \ ??-VO" MEANS AH ^-^^LP U3j WOMyRIN'JF7HAR'SA<JHHON£ST J HIM WITHOUT AN \ GOTTA BOTHER TK' f '-TH'STRAMGER WHUT jlLJi /I — It AMERICAN, SOMEWHAR.rf- „ — APPOINTMENT.? /MOST IHMWTINT HAN } LIVES THAR IS <T rTM/GHT INTERFERE W/F <( MOLD) POSSIBLY VOOR < OH EARTH, JEST T' PROB'L.V WORRVIM'J . _~ HIS UOB - WHUTEVER T/S~ ) > n; < SENATOR CAN Y SEE MIM?-WHO'SHE > H/SHAIPOFF, ^-f^SS- €3; --IT MIGHT Git ( SON* j ARRANGE IT/T THINK HE IS? "BOUT THIS NICKEL??-) J iffffli Sfffi HIM MULUT-) TtS^C >===A>S. -l^^S^L. R^SH jfi Abbie and Slats By Raeburn Van Buren ^LW ^ m^Pf. ■ 'r ■BI^^BHHPr,~~TBr"rrS FUNNY YOU SHOULD TALK. ABOUT I I ...YOU'RE SOIN' TO OWE ) I I AND HAVE YOU T MORE. 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