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December 29, 1949

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 24

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It chimneys, rofi or patch-work. Pre* to win ft «n|>M tWBrttatnent, 31 t Smaday. Jam, i track cfaetgo. tttStANC* 4-6561 Gfftfrt Future* ti 1 —MHwm Drtw." Concrete «n Ma*, 18*84, $i7So: Furniture Bought Mid Bold M. A. NtVllN MOVING STORAGt ?4E-riiiJe j a wathhi Hotuei tor 8u« TOR SALS—N»» TTSA •n Wood Rlv*f m out Altoa. at w* tasa down and Ma Mr motith TKM* are re* I buy* Mttrtb« fCftH (6 CM is. Ph0ii6 ttdwftrdsvtiM Wee. Ion H uadfl CMMa*, Contractor ACROSS TH» STRBOT OK * OSs THB cofmtaan LONG DISTANCE AVt DlAl H-JtMB , «>ther Utan my«elf. D»t*d this day ot Oeo., 1949. J« , fMA Bast Broadway 1.30H-H 1.28H 1.23 H IS FRDN1 8T ALTON. EU,. a-esaa - a- FOR ui£K M6VJNC tRAINS REPAIRED _ aftor 5:30 P. M,, 4-4618 StATEUCfeNSfe dttAUFffitms. DRIVER*, Etc C. CLARK. 1B04 K. Bdwy, WWiamt- arberJ, n< ' ohnscn-Thomas. Palace g. Bread FOR BALK in are available.* WHEAT- Mar. ... May ,»» July ... 1.8144 Sep. ... 1.91 «4 CORN— , Mar. ... 1.32 May ... 1.31 July ... 3,28% Sep. ... i,23X OATS— Mar. ... 72H May ... 69% July ... "63 Sep.',,. .61 & RYE— May ... 1.42H July ... 1.411/4 Sep. ... 1.41%* SOYBEANS— Mar. ... i&% May ... 2.27% July ... 2.24% , 1.41 * 1.39 y 4 1.40 2.28 2.26 2.22% 2.29 '/*•% 2.27-27 tt 2.24-24 V* St. Louis Cash Grain ST. LOUIS, Dec. 29, (*) — WHEAT — Receipts 13 cars, none sold. > CORN — Receipts 42 cars, sold 2, No. 2 yellow 1,32, No. 3 yellow 1.32%. OATS Bold. Receipts 5 cars, none Medora Baptist Class to Meet MEDORA, Dec. 29.—(Special.)— The Worth While class of the Baptist Church will meet Monday eve- nlpg In the church basement. Hostesses will be Mrs. Sadie Maska, .Mrs. Jane '.Shields, Mrs. Nellie Barnes, and Mrs. Mayme SawteJl. Home from Hospital MEDORA. —'& E. Warner, who has been a patient) at Macoupin Hospital, Carlinville, the past week, having suffered a relapse of virus pneumonia, was brought home Tuesday evening. • Medora Notes MEDORA. — Miss Delia Glower entertained at dinner, Wednesday, Janet and- Terry Lahr, Piasa; Rebecca Hunt, Charlotte and Tommy Kahl, and Mrs. Stella Gwillim, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Pfeiffer and son of Edwardsville, Mr. and Mrs. MeMn Loy and' family, Kemper, were Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tucker. Mrs. Helen ivtarshair and son of Jersey ville, visited Tuesday nlgh't with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mfarner. ; , Mrs. Ethel Burns had as dinner guests, Wednesday, Mrs. Nelle Gorham, Mrs. Ollie Kemper and Mrs. Lottie Kemper. Mrs. F. E. Whitfield and Mrs. T. H. Craig attended a family dinner Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Craig, Piasa. Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Hunt returned home Monday from Falrfield, where they had been holiday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Freshwater. Mrs. A. T. Wilton and daughter, Patty, were in Alton Tuesday: Mrs. William, Searles and Mrs. H. E. Challacombe visited Tuesday afternoon with Miss Ethel Challacombe, near Medora. . ' Mr. and'Mrs. Hugh Allen and family, Jersey ville; Mrs. Kathryn Jones, Godfrey, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Poll, Springfield, were Sunday guests of Mr, and Mrs. Vincent Peebles. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Plogger and Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Stanton and family were guests at a Christmas supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Stanton. Pork, Egg Prices Cause Concern WASHINGTON, Dec. 29 (fft — Midwestern lawmakers, flooded with mall protesting "repent sharp drops in pork and' egg prices, turned to the Agriculture Department today for an answer. The egg situation in particular caused concern aniong 'farm-minded members of Congress. Eggs were reported bringing farmers as little as 20c a dozen; live hogs were said to be selling In the corn belt for 13 cents a pound. "I am asking the Agriculture Department what they intend to do about It," said Sen. Butler (R- Neb). Rep. H. Carl Andersen (R-Minn) wired Secretary of Agriculture Brannan complaining of "chaos" in the egg market because of what he called government Inaction. Like Butler, .Andersen exhibited a high stack of telegrams and letters of protest. Similar stacks ot mail were Deported at the offices of Senators Gillette CR.Ja), Hickenlooper (R-Ia), and Gtjrney (R- Upper Alton Watch Night Service* .. Members of the. Upper Alton Baptist "Church will attend a Watch Night; service at the church Saturday night. A social hour in the recreation room will open a 9 o'clock with the motion picture "Bill and Coo" and refreshment with the EFA Class as hosts wll follow. The picture was made a a bird village and Consists Of ac tions of trained birds. " At 11 o'clock, 'the assemblage will move to the sanctuary where a devotional service will be held The sermon Will be 'delivered b' the Rev. Robert Murdoch, and thL Lord's Supper will 'be served In accordance with a custom inaugurated at the church last year. Calvary Baptist Church is hav ing a. devoiio.nal service Salur day at midnight. The. social eve ning will open at 8 o'clock. Anticipating Christina* Christmas to most of us Is now only a memory of the good things that came ourAway and because even good things become wearisome and palling, we aren't talking Christmas much any more, yet there are in Alton some families Who are anticipating Christmas which they hope will be observec Sunday. The families are those of men employed by Illinois Bell Telephone Co. They Were called to Quincy last Thursday to set in order mile after mile of telephone lines that were destroyed when a 40-mile wind set ice-coated wires to Weaving-until they finally crashed. The wives and children are not complaining of their lot; they accept It as "in the line of duty" the same as their v 'men did when they Were^called away. This is the third consecutive year that some of the men hace been away from families at or near Christmas. Said one wbman today, "we haven't opened a single package and we froze our" turkey. We hope to have our men home the last of the week but we're keeping our fingers crossed. If they get home, Sunday will be Christmas to us." installation JNext I'riuay Officers who will be installed Tuesday at aV open meeting to be held by Ladies of the GAR, Sgt. James M. Phillips Circle,-127, will meet Friday night for a rehearsal of the ritual. All affiliated orders of Veterans Memorial Council are invited to attend the installation, which will be held at 8 p. m. in Veterans Memorial Center. Those to take office are Mrs. Carol Rogers; president; Mrs. Jessie Lancaster, senior vice-president; Mrs. Nettie Shewmaker, chaplain; Miss Cora Rotsch, conductor; Mrs, Ruth Sheppard, guard; Mrs. Osborn Knapp, musician; Mrs, August Graessle, historian; Mrs. Robert Pearson,' registrar; and Mrs. Leslie Kltzmiller, patriotic instructor. New Years Service • Members of Brown Street Baptist Church will meet at the close of the service Sunday evening for a fellowship hour. The sound picture, "The Man That Forgot God," will be shown and refreshments will be served in the dining room. Visitors Here Mr. and Mrs.. John Skinner and Mr. and Mrs. William Watts and family of Graf ton; Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Schloeman 'of Florissant, Mo., and their daughter, Linda'; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ton.sor, Miss Betty Skinner and Boots Schmieder of Jerseyville, have returned to their homes after ftaving been In Alton as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Harvey of College Crest; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey will go to Graf ton Sunday to spend the two holidays 'with Mrs. Harvey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Skinner, SD), has announced that an egg-support program will continue next year, aijnlng at an average price to the fajrmer of 37 cents a dozen for ajl eggs— 8 cents below the national average sought this year. However, there 'Is no government price «»pporj Mtlvtty at the nwraent, Qperatlpns un4er the 19^9 program hiv^ been ended/ and macWnei^^i- MS jgSQ pro» granj has not yet- been set up. ' . . Parent* Mr.T and Mrs, Charies Hacke, 19J5 Clawson, and tyelr two sons will go to Springfield Sunday to remain over the. double holiday with Mr, Hacke's parents, Mr, and Mrs. A. G. Hacke, who moved there from. Altqn 13 years ago. Mrs. A. Q, Hacke plans^o return to the Mayo hospital soon after the first of the year. ' Mr, and Mrs. Charles Hacke attended a reunion of the family of Mrs. Hacke Monday at the VFW hall. There were present also Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shower and son, Mr. an4 Mrs. WJ»|am l^nfc, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Curvey and two daughters, Mrs. Alvira Curvey and four children, Dr. and Mrs, c. 0 4 Thompson Q* st, uwta, Mrs. Cflnnen McCwvw fft. Qfljcsgo, Mr, and Mrs, Homer purvey and Mrs,' Mary Curvey of Godfrey. 'Miss Irene Chaplin a?»d Miss Ha«ie Chaplin of Tayjprville and Jesse cf Alton.' " Neighbors And An Anniversary "Good neighbors are the nex thing to heaven and I wouldn' want to stay hefe on earth I there weren't any" is what Mrs G. M. Austin said today about he neighbors and the nice things thej did for her on the fifty-seventh anniversary of her marriage yes terday. They prepared dinner and carried it into her home, 3525 Oscar for Her and her husband and the two great-grandchildren whom she has reared. Because a widowei neighbor, Mrs. Nellie Smalley, had been married on Dec. 24, 44 years ago, she was asked to the Austin home to share the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Austin, he to be 82 in March and she to be 78 in May, were married In Johnson City, Tenn., and came here in 1917. "I've been walking with a crutch since the day before Christ mas because my arthritis flared up. But! I'm real peppy. My son told me I'd live to be 102 and I told him I might but I'd never be that old." This never-say-die characteristl is what has kept Mrs. Austin young in spirit wh.ile she ream her own family of three, five Oi her daughters children, a child o: a son, and finally, 'the two great, grandsons, Jack and David, which they now have with them. Jack is in high shcool but David, 11, is an invalid. ' To Chicago Luther L. Myers of the high school faculty left this morning for Chicago where ,he went as school representative to a meeting with the Illinois Education Association Mutual of Illinois. The conference will"., concern insurance that is offered to pupils of Alton Public Schools for protection as they travel between home am school and against accidents _. school. Mr. Myers said that last year there were two $500 claims in the whole system. • So far this year the claims have been much less. The cost per pupil is $1.25 per year. Visitors At Flippo Home Pvt. George Flippo, who has been stationed at Ft. Knox and - who came to Alton Dec. 20 to spent] Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Flippo, 3113 Mayfield, will return to Kentucky Jan. 3. Another son, William Flippo, student at the University of Illinois, arrived the same 'day and will also leave Jan. 3. Other visitors at the Flippo home much of the time since have been Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Aul'abaugh and their three daughters, Sandra, Gale Dee and Connie Sue; Miss Wanda Hamilton of Wood River and Miss Joan Pettit. To Attend Funeral William Rhoads-and son, Gene, 2705 College, left this afternoon io visit at the home of Mrs. Chris Ringhausen at Hardiri and to at tend the funeral rites for Henry d. Meyer, tomorrow morning at St. Norbert's Catholic Church. Mr. Meyer, who was 'found dead in his bed Tuesday morning, was a brother-in-law of William Rhoads. Anniversary Recalls Weather The weather of 25 years ago was recalled today by friends of Mr. and Mrs. John Kolditz, Washington, wha attended their wedding, which took place Dec. 24, 1924, The day was bitter cold with'sub- zero temperatures. i • Mr. Koldltz canje here froin Peorla to ; take a postion as electrician at. Alton State Hospital md there he met, Miss Grace Whltaker, the occupatibnal thera- >ist. Their marriage, followed, with ;he ceremony being performed at the home of June M, Rhoads, which w^s then at 2616 Walnut. The Rev. John N- Morrison, pastor of College .•'''.Avenue Presbyterian Church, officiated. : ' ; The silver anniversary was.-marij. ed Sunday, at, the "'hpme ot, Mr, and Mrs, Fielding Whltaker In B$- halto, • Here, o« Surprise Visit Pfc. Robert L, Waters, who has >een stationed at Clark Field, 'WUlplne Islands, and in Japan or tWo years, arrived in Alton ast week.to make * surprise visjt ;o his father, George B. Waters, 3625 Coronado, and to other mew >ers of the family/ He will be vere 1? more days, before going to Scott Air 'Base for reassignment, Pvt. WatwB enMrted when he * warcejy more Jftan passed hl» 7th birthday, He expect* to be discharged .this spring, , _„ Officers elected' «t a meeting L»J* W; ' if Br°wn -Street QJwrchi to wrve the Sun ' ' J The officers will assume dutie Sunday. Returns South Therold J. Rathgeb, flight engl neer for Eastern Airlines ; has re turned to Miami, Fls., after being iri Alton fof the holidays with hi paints, Mr. and Mrs. 'Mike Rftth geby 2315 Amelia. Other visitor at the home at the Christmas ob servance were Mr. and Mrs. Rath geb's four children and their si: grandchildren. >.,* Upper Alton Notes .Mrs. L. A. Rice of St. Louts 1 in Alton spending a few days with Mrs. Reka Herzog and Mrs. Wil Ham Ltndley, 2623 Humbert. The group will be joined Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Strickler and daughters, Sue and Rae; Miss Rose Dorrance, and Mr. and Mrs. J. D Purcell. Part of the time, of the following week-end will be spen at the Lindley farm 15 miles north of Alton. •'-• Mr. and Mrs. Luther L. Myers 2811 Hlllcrest, will have as guests arriving Friday and remaining over Monday, Miss Bertha Myers of Newcastle, Ind., and Mrs Charles Chllders and son of Bloom ington. They will be joined for New Year's eve dinner by Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Kocti of Alton. Mr. and Mrs. James Brown of Colorado Springs and their two children left for home this afternoon after having been here since Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Pau Brown, 2702 Judson. Mr. Brown is principal of Edison school in Colorado Springs. Mrs. W. A. Metcalfe /of Pekln is visiting at the home of Mr, and Mrs. H.- B. Stutz, 2627 Watalee and with Mr. and? Mrs. J. L. Metcalfe of Hartford. Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. Dec. 29, UP) — (USDA)—HOGS— 13,000; barrows and gilts over 240 pounds mostly-25 lower than Wednesday's average; lighter kinds weak to 25 lower; bulk 180-220 pounds 16.25-50; top 16.50; 230-250 pounds 15.50-16.25; 250-270 pounds 15.00-50; few 280-300 pounds 14.00 50; 150-170 'pounds 15.50-16.25 100 : 130 pounds 14.25-15.25; sows. Steady; mostly 13.00-50 for weights Under 400 pounds;, heavier kinds 11.00-12.50; stags unchanged at 9.00-11.00; boars 6.00-9.50. CATTLE —< 2300; calves 700, inquiry only moderate and little done early; few steers about steady at 21.00-23.75, but undertone weak; hiefers and mixed yearlings and cows active and strong; bulls strong to 25 higher; good heifers to 27.00;. common and medium largely 17.00-23.00; common and medium cows 15.00-16.50; canners and cutters 12.00-14.75; medium and good bulls 18.00-19.25; cutter and common bulls 15.00-17.00 vealers 1,00 higher; good and choice 29.00-40,00; latter price new all-time high; common and medl urn 18.00-27.00. SHEEP — 3000; no early sales, Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS, Dec. 29, (#1 — Produce and live poultry: POULTRY — Ducks, whites 22, muscovy 15; geese 25; capons, 7 pounds and up, 40; turkeys, old, 22. Other prices unchanged. The late John L. Baird in Eng- and is credited with being the llrst to demonstrate color tele- 'ision, the year being 1928. UABI) I'HANKS URIAH L. ROBINS—We wish to eV- thank» and appr«- . —, their kindness and sympathy ~.1ne our recent bereavement. We especially thank Rev. WaUtlngton tor hto word, or consolation, the singers. Streeper funeral home, donors oH How- in'any rer " " n<l * 11 who assisted Mrs. Uriah Robins and Family. T0 THANK-Ali of my friend's their kindness and gifts shown to me during my recent sickness. , „- „_, „..„ Sr.—We wish, to ex. prw* our deepest «r«tUud« to qur relative*, friend* and neighbor* tor "iur presence, your h«lp" beautiful >wer« and the understanding »y m . u*<<y With to thank Rev, Lippman •Ittiers, pallbearew, Mark* funera He, Especially we thank tht hta- of Pythias Lodge of Wood • JQH *»-- .-_-l:i.*r:~~™ r- **.!**"* \ oyjr frlwdi and iwlghbors 11 »wiwr may n»v» twne'py ar-p* pa^ | M iH? $ tt'^w^'i^jir ^tmt K>5»*» •«« fjfa .. »nnl»ertary blHh air holiday gift. Dial 3-8642. .„. , HARRY A. MOORB MANO TUNING and REPAIRING «03 Forest Ave.. Alton. Dial 3-7828 BOOKKEEPING SERVICE—Income tax jifetvlce. Call 2-5466. ISA INSTRUCTION VETERANS ?»•"«» the Thousands of mechanically In- men hav* benefited through C r. I. Training. We win asslat you In getting part time work while attend- Ing school to add Wo to $115 per month . £9!? r Si> ver «>ment subsistence of $78 to $120. Learn one of the Jollowltu splendid pay trades in only 20 weeks Auto or Diesel Mechanics Body and Fender Repairing— Painting Refrlg- _ Air Conditioning Radio - Television Servicing Electricity - Electronics. You will be taught on modern equipment In our large shops under expert supervision. Free placement service after graduation. Living facilities avail- S£ «Mi rii t, toda ^ for com P'ete details No obligation, Commercial Trades In- stltuta. Box 1200. care Telegraph HfcLP WANTED—MALE WANTKD — Year-around reliable mar- rled farm hand: house wired for electric stove, and garden. Write Box 1120 care Telegraph. LUMBER" SALESMAN-For large Alton retail store. Give experience and sala- wanted. Box No. 1100. care Telegra YOUNG MAN—25 to 35. educated, able to present nice appearance; permanent, dignified position with excellent future! substantial earnings from beginning. Should be In $10,000 bracket in a to 3_ years. All replies confidential Reply glvlntf lull details including marital status. Box 1090, care Telegraph, FOR GENTLEMAN—Private bath. Dial 2-2366 after Op. m. YOUNG MAN--25«3S, educated, able to present nice appearance. Permanent, dignified position with an excellent future. Substantial earnings from beginning. Should be in $10,000 bracket In 2-3 years. All replies confidential Reply giving full details, Box 1090, caro Telegraph. HELP WANTED—FEMALE $40. MONTH-WhlteT care of children" aged 4 and 6; gfciy; housework. ' no * - m ' Unttl 12 noon RELIABLE GIRL WANTED — To car? for children while parents work. 2-2761 WANTED — Young lady stenographer- bookkeeper. State age, education and experience in writing. Stolze Lumber Co. Main Office. Wood River, III SITUATIONS WANTED— MALL A-l BODY MAN — And combination welder; 8 years experience; also me- ehanlc. Dial 4-7012. ROME REPAIRS - Miscellaneous work, alectrical, plumbing, linoleum, tile, guttering—any repair work in nome. Phone 2-8178. BIT WANTED—FEMALE BABY SITTING WANTED—By reliable young widow. Phone 2-B247. PRACTICAL NURSE—Hospital trained, will care for convalescent or chronic patients by day or week. References. Dial 2-1300. WILL TAKE CARE—Of children in my home New Year's Eve. 2-6223. BABY SITTING—Afternoons and evenings, Call 4-9195. WHITE LADY — Wants washings "and Ironings. 4-3960. WHITE LADY — Wants washings and Ironings. 4-0438. EXPERIENCED COLORED LADY Wants day work. Good reference*. Dial 2-8746. WILL TAKE CARE—Of children In my home all night New Year's Eve. Mrs. Klnney, 915 Rtxon. Alton. EXPERIENCED—Colored woman wants work by hour or week. 2-4589. •M BUBINE8B OPfOHTUNITIEh RESTAURANT FOR SALE — In East Alton, doing good business. Inquire 101 West Main, East Alton. FOR SALE—Barber shop, 2 chairs, Good lo*tion In- Wood River, Phone 4-8476. CAR OWNER—With 5 hours week spare time to service route ot new type nut and amusement merchandising machines. Income up to $300 monthly to start, with future possibilities. $523 work cash capital required whkh is •fully secured, Applicant must be dependable and have references. For interview include phone in appliactlon. Box 1080. care Telegraph. AND OKAUTV CENTRAL ILLINOIS SCHOOL Of" BEAUTY CULTURI 401 Henry Str**1 Alton's Oldest State Accredited Beauty School 18 Years ot Successfully Graduating Students AMBER W HUNTER Pre? 3-«4U. 401 HENRY »!)• ANNOUNCEMENT* TREE SPECIALIST Trimming, topping and removing; we haul away the Brush. Fully insured and reliable. We also have some sweet gum shade trees left. Free estimate. M. C. LOVE 4-7922 TREE SPECIALIST ~ Trim Top, Take Down and Haul Away. Insured. ED KRAUT. DlaU4-9343 BLOCK LAYING—12c each; cess pools and septic tanks built and Dumped. reasonable rates. 2-B418, 2-6800, TO PROPERTY OWNERS -"Bewi7«~Si termites. They are destructive to your property. For free Information call Century Termite Control. Phone 162. 1019 Ruskln Ave,. Edwardsville. Ill All work guaranteed. CONTRACT CEMJBNT WORK of all kinds. Union work. Free estimate. Lynn Wood. 3803 Franor. 3-9293. 2-117B. , , *» OEOOstATINtr and pateh plMferinf, If you are Mred Qf old wallpaper, ca(J us today, we will remove your wajjpapey and, with the latest stylo colors, We will remodern- i*e your home. C§U, toflay |o» » fr«e eittaiate. 2^030. • MAKE OLD blgbipvod 1141 1004 PI 8r»Ul>»per. plastering, patch our ipwuiiy. All wp/k Fr*t es Atcnta for ICAN VAN UNKS Me NORTH AM|JU_.,., .„„ „„, m W, Broadway. Alton Upper Alton for" 1 « SritajTbtock .from bus lint. Dial 2^539 "•S22? 1 -^ L I ON -r.».. »i*5p£g~™n7.~-v? SLEBPINO -lieges. All facilities turnished Including laundry. Call 3-9384 after 5:30 E.AST ALTON—New 4j«»m Wlek. Oil ,^^18900^ _ 4-373S. . n" Basy monthly ptymeiitt. evenings. 3-3783. BLVD.—One-floor plan. 3 bedrooms. 1V4 baths, modem kitchen, screened In front porch, glassed-in back Jjorch. atoker. blower, storm windows, iniuiftted. recreation room In btatmftnt. tll.800. Dial 3^888.' FOR SALE BY 0\VNER-4 home on WinMer street. Base- furnace, $2700. 2-6335. NKW 4-ROOM HOUSE — On bunnUon •treit. inlaid in kitchetT and bath" Closets, ftill baMmeht. OblneU. U.9039 MOVE IN TODAY — S-room mo ern; Venetian blinds, (farnge in basement. By owner. Call 3-4802 ofter 4:30 _P- m. s iS5f™ Q J t Sf" A - f0 '. '•««y: PMvate . , FROli IT OOM-Close in. Gas heat, telephone. 330 Lantdon SLEEPING ROOM-128 West Forfeit, rfartrorq. MODERN SLEEPING ROOM—For'rent LARGE COMFORTABLE — sleeping room for l or 2. choice of twin 01 fo" b >*-beds. A very nice room on bSJ line. 786 Washington Dial 3-7660, WOOD RIVER — Clean, modern sleep': ing room; private entrance. 150 Tenth «treet, Wood River. 4-4847 . ROOM-On-fius" ° nly> 83B SLEEPING ROOM-AdJolnlng bath. Prl- vat« Bjitrance. Close to bus line. 717 E sweet. ROOM AND UOAKU OLD AQE PENSIONERS WANTED ~ ' HOU8EKHEPINO BOOMS FUBNISHED-Light housekeeping room "Shts, water, gas, heat. AdulU. 703 Washington. 2-1740. HOUSEKEEPING ROOM— For single person or employed couple. 1100 Washington. ONE LARGE FURNISHED BOOM — and water furnished, sia Marth APAKTMBNTal.li-l.AT8 Z - R °PM APT.-Heat, electricity arid gas *tov e furnished. Close to business district. Dial 2-6353 after 6 Thursday and Friday or any time Snturdaj Z-ROOM~ APT.-Flrst floor, front an"d Pack entrances, close In. 22 East (Ith 3-BOOM-Partly furnished apt., flrit floor, private entrance. Located 84: Washington. Inquire 17 East Jennings TX**i 1 * AE£,~ Heat and water fur nUhed. ^-Mlddletown, 816 Arch. Cal after 6 p, — 2-HOOM — Unfurnished apt. upstairs Wired for electric stove, stoker heat. Between 8-8. 319 , Washington, East AltOlli • • ' ^OOM—Unfurnished ,apt., first floor 3" UNFUHNI6HED ROOMS — Private Wotl Slier. 1 " <mtr * nCe> 13 ° L ° rcna ' 3-ROOM MODERN APT.—Water, lights and heat furnished. Private entrance. Automatic hot water and Frlgldalre. Adults only. 420 Lincoln, East Alton FOR RENT—2-room cabin, furnished or unfurnished. Shady Haven, Foslerburg road. 3-ROOM NEW—Prlva"te apt] etectrtc stove, refrigerator, hot water heater furnished, automatic gas heat $59.50. Call 4-8088. FOR RENT—6-room furnished and 8?,9 om , V, nIurnlBnetl - 102 East Ferguson, Wood Hlver. Phone 4-7281. 3-HOOM APT—Back of beauty shop at 104 West Central, Bethalto, Phones: 400 or 178-W4. 3-ROOM APT. — Unfurnished, Very Must be 8een to appreciate ' 4-ROOM BASEMENT APT. — Modern. , 4-8330. 2 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS — Unfu'f- nlshed, heat and water, side entrance. 1110 Putnam. 2-0100. 3-ROOM—All modern apt. Private bath, private entrance. 2122 Rockwell. 3-7997 5-ROOM—All modern apt. All utilities furnished. Ideal location. References required! Write Box 1070, care Telegraph, FURNISHED APARTMENTS 2 MODERN FURNISHED ROOMS —' 2~15 Doris. 2 FURNISHED ROOMS—In Alton. No objections to children; private entrance, 210 Hamilton. $33 per month. FURNISHED APT. FOR RENT — No children. 569 Wood River avenue. Wood River. 2-ROOM FURNISHED APT.—Heat and water. Excellent locaUon. 439 Boat 3rd 2-ROOM —Furnished apt. Electrlp box, ?oS£ e &, he * tl automatic water heater. 1244 West Oth street. Phone 3-3047, ATTRACTIVE—3-room furnished ipt, all modern with garage. Adults only, 842 Lewis. Wood River. FOR RENT — 3 furnished room ^eraT- basement, partly modern. 334 George, East Alton. WOOD RIVER—3 furnished rooms, firs! floor, Frigidalre, gas furnace, automat- jo hot water, washing privileges, Dial 4-82061 ' 2 BOOMS — Refrigerator, heatnights. water, gos; Hide entrance. Dial 3-8003 2 FURNISHED ROOMS—128 Wait Forrest, Hart/ord. FURNISHED BOOMS-AD modern, except linens. Call 3-8760 after a p.m. 2 ROOMS-Private entrance and . Refrigerator, stoker heat, automatic hot water. All utilities paid, fla par week, 828 W. 13th street. BASEMENT-Wood felver. 2 rooms '~0fy. clean; private entrance, nest, lights and water furnished. 4-B763, WOOD RIVEH^-3.room furnished apt., close to interurban station and all re- JJneries. Private bath. A<Jult«. 437 Short Phone 4-9*28, ROOMS FURNISHED Be _ 'S&Ll&PS a J? d , lce . box ' he «t **M U 8tii» furnlfchcjd. Call after 5:30 p. m. «S Tlpton. Wood River. ApTl-a rpbmii bath, front and back entrance, gas range, refrigerator. One or two children, Wood , HOD8EB FOB BENT «j|BOOM^HQU8|POnt chUd accepted'. FOR RENT-7-SmaU houss. tightB and J(urni»h«d. **3 p»r month,. Dial TOR 8SJJT— 4-tQOm house and garage, partly modern. Give size of family Wrtte Box 1060. cure TeUwaBh: * NBW, Mu«KN-a-bedro«m bath, kitchen, oil heat, hardwood BROWN ST. 7 rooms. 3 bedrooms, walk-In closets, newly decorated, fireplace, large llv- SHj ro . om i .draperies and bamboo {hades Included. Largo landscaped lot. KELLER ST.' 8 rooms. Sun room, fireplace, oil heat. Two blocks from city limits.. .$13750 POHLMAN-TINGfcY AGENCY REALTORS 2356State Street. 3-8918 ___gvenlngs! 3-B733, g-gjgj^j-jTgB ELI M. GRlER ' EAST ALTON—East Alton Ave. 4-room modern home. A-l condition. Large floor plan, Venetian blinds, fully In- WOOnVvEtt. "st''a 1 te h St.-4 r -r h oo a m mod? wn home, A-l condition. Cabinets and Ihtalds, Venetian blinds, storm sash, hot air heat, garage sennn HUMBERT ST. RD.-l acre of"ground with new 4-room modern home fully Insulated. Hardwood floors, large living room, cabinets and Inlalds, large closet space $8230 BERKELEY AVE., Milton Area—A new 4-room modern brick home. Large floor plan with large living room, cab- i"!l* * nd . 'nto'd'. .hardwood floors, to floored beautiful 5-room modern home. Very large living room with fireplace, large f , ,* *P ace - hardwood floors. Inlaid In' kitchen and bath, cabinets and Venetian blinds. Insulated, garage. F H. A. finance . . . , , ..... ssinjtnn BETHALTO-3-room home. Water and lights, good condition, good location. Liarge level lot. Price .... $2500 ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS — New 4-room modern home. Cabinets and Inlalds, hardwood floors, hot air heat, large level lot. Price .......... i $630C EAST ALTON _ 3 room modern'home fully insulated. Hardwood floors, cabinets and Inlalds Venetian blinds, automatic gas heat and water beater. .Sacrifice price. $1000 down ____ $5500 UOSEWOOD HEIGHTS - New 4-room modern home. Very large floor plan, large living room, hardwood floors throughout. Garage attached to home. Hot air heat. Very large lot. Price WASHINGTON' AVE.',' East ' Alton room modern brick home in good condition. Venetian blinds, storm windows, screened porch. A good buy Small down payment . «. . . $3300 SEMINARY ST., Upper Alton— 4-room ; modern-: home with breakfast nook very large floor plan, large close ' P 5 ce i " btoet » ""<• inlalds In kitchen and bath, Venetian blinds, screened-ln porch; homo Insulated, garage, extra lot. Price $7251 ELI M. GREEK AGENCY AND REALTOR •• - Office Phone: 3-7804 :S 2-5733. 2-4258. 2-8871, 4-6889. 3-6B3O EAST 4th—Only $1000 down payment will buy a 7-room home; close to churches and schools. Sale price $3800 HARRY F. HEMPHILL AGENCY Dial 3-3584 3-HOOM HOUSE— Outbuildings "and~4 acres of ground, In Dow, between Jerseyville and Alton. Can be bought on down payment and so much a month. Immediate possession. Owner Clare "°c Osburn. Dow. Phone Jemeyvllle Ou9B3, ~ by sw attic partly finished, fully Insulated, fireplace, hardwood floors, storm windows, Venetian blinds, stoker, blower. Herbert street. Dial 2-8244. FOR SALE—A beautiful three-bedroom brick veneer home. Lovely large living room, well appointed kitchen, bath, fireplace, large utility room, gas heat, concealed ducts, concrete rear porch. Shrubbery and well kept, yard approximately 50x200. You can. move into this beautiful home immediately with a very small down payment if you can make substantial monthly payments. This one won't last long, See It now. Located Rosewood Dell avenue. Agent's •Ign in front yard. PHILIP H. COHN, REALTOR 303 St. Louis Avenue East St. Louis. Illinois Telephones: Upton 4-2098 Upton 5-1910 WOOD RIVER— $1000 cash and $50 mo. buys all modern 5-room home. Newly decorated and painted. Immediate possession. Dial or call ALLEN . HESSENFLOW AGENCY 4-3332 or 2-8532 • , _ _ Evenings 4-774B oy 4-5447 CROSH REAL ESTATE" WOOD RIVER AVE., EAST ALTON Attractive S-room homo and sun room; fireplace, living room, hardwood floors throughout, modern Youngstown cabinet unit, 2 bedrooms, closets, bath, shower, part tile ............... $10,500 UPPER ALTON 8-room modern. Large cabinet unit, kitchen, inlaid, dining room, living room, new hardwood floors, 3 bedrooms, large closets, tile bath, concrete basement, blower and stoker. garage. Lot 60 x 170 ............ $0950 EAST EIGHTH ST. 4 rooms down, modern kitchen, hardwood floors, carpeted, powder room down; 3 bedrooms and bath up; closets, complete insulation, newly decorated, large screened porch, gas furnace, automatic hot water, near schools and churches .......... $12,350 W. NINTH STREET 6-room brick. • Large reception hall, large living room, dining room, kitchen with modern cabinets. 3 large bad- rooms, 2 porches, ornamental fireplace. built-in bookcases, level lot, 60x144, large closets, hardwood floors, full basement, hot air furnace, .$11,500 PHINNEY AVE. 8-rpom modern. 3 rooms and entrance hall down, hardwood floors, cabinet •ink, 3 bedrooms, closets, up; 2 bath*, oil heat, good roof. Immediate pones•ton ....................... .... ; .(8000 NEAR SIDNEY ST. Large attractive 4-room, Newly decorated, paw cabinet unit, new finpieum, 2 bedrooms, bath, large living room, concrete basement, furnace, garage. Price ........... , . ...taspo JERSEYVILLE ROAD, ROUTE 67 5-ropm attractive cottage. Cntr«nc« h»I|, guest clo»et. Jiving room, ^ b- 2 -- 1 Wtchen, dining room, Ven , One. acre ground, 2 houses, hog house, fruit trees UPPER Al-TQN ia..-ji—.—i— •"- 1>H<sfc house. Bre«s*» W»y, hardwood floors, ftibber tn* m Kitchen and bath, automatic w«S *•*•'*-' good location. Large lot * ft'K corner lots. Local*! Heights. Excellent tor btigftiel*. Price, S016 East Broadway, Alton, HI. Phone 3-8448 After 8:00 P. M. Call 3-1781 3-3984 2-4939 WOdD „ 61 Harnett-*4 WoM, tolf basement, stoker garage ..,,$6400 524 Second — 5 room Sfucco on block, insulated, H. W. floors, cabinets, stoker, wired for electric stove $8900 914 Acton — 4 room, two years old, H.W, floors, cabinets, immediate possession, can tak* over G. I. loan $6950 51 W. Acton—3 room, full base* ment, garage. Immediate possession ....' $4950 855 Lorena — 8 room/5 rooms first floor, 3 room'apartment with separate bath on second, double garage, paved street. Price $9300 842 Penning—7 room, good condition, large living room, full bath first floor, Vi bath second floor. See us for terms. Priced at $10,500 602 Alton-Edwardsville Road — 6 room. Has three lots 117 ft. on Edwardsville road and 44 ft. on Sixth street. Nice shadfi, quick possession $9950 249 Seventh — Large 8 room house, 3 apartments. $140.00 per month incomi, very good shape, new garage, excellent location $8650 554 Central—Nice 5 'room brick, with large double garage. Overhead doors $10,600 545 Acton—Nice 5 room, beautiful kitchen, hot water heat, gas fired, Venetian blinds, double garage, paved streets, close to schools and churches. Immediate possession $10500 EAST ALTON 656 Lincoln — Nice 4>/ 2 room house, cabinets, stoker, electric hot water heater, fully insulated, tile m kitchen and breakfast room newly decorated, garage attached. A very good bu Realtor Salesman 13 Whitelaw a«S™>^« ELI M GREEK A.OBNCY .S-7S04 - 8-4888 .- a-OWB V t-OULTRll AND SOPPLlBS ARTICLES FOB SALE —•"> A-i «wd4tionr<s7 son a bin. TP.W further *-»---- • - * * ca -? chunk Hillerei MAJESTIC -T- Automatic' and r a <Uo, 19 moath« \ 310 Second ,tr««i Wood WANT TQ BUY—Used wood lathe wood drill we*.,*barid «w?' Ca,ll or wri &,«• v j.

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