Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 9, 1950 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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>A01 fOUHTItN ALTON IVBNtNO T8LBORAPM Service Awards listed at Shell 25 year man and twelv* men have been presented service awards by Shell oil Co. Wflofl ftlvef Keflnery. •»•' The 25-year man is A. W. fineppftrd, who has had continuous MBtgnment In U.« Cracking Department. He began as a gauger then moved progressively to pres- sureman, operator, and now is •hlft foreman. Sheppard's home town is Nebo, Where he was graduated from high school In 1922. He attended business school before coming to Wood River in 1924. In 1925, he married the former Gladys Roberts of Pleasant Hill. In their famllv arc flnnhgters: Margaret, o f Roxann; Helen, who Is n student at the Mis. A. W. Sheppnrd sourl Southeastern State College at Cape Girardeau; and a niece Pntricln Roberts, who makes her home with them. .Sheppnrd has served for ten years on the School Board of Roxana, where he now mnkes his home. Following are the 20-year men A. W. Ifnlihe A. W. Habbe has soon service In the labor department, in th dispatching department assignee to the loading racks, and is nov< assigned to the Toluene plant. Habbc is a former resident o Nashville, Tenn., where he win graduate from high school. In 1029, he married Evelyn Hake also °* Nashville. One •on Donald, 13, attends Roxana Junior High. In his 20 years, Habbe has had no lost time accidents. He Is a A. W. llabbe member of the Masonic Lodge. His home is in Wood River. E. K. Hnrrl* E. R. Harris came to the Shell as an electrician. He then worked as an operator on the former T. V. P. plant, and later moved to the alkylation department where he has advanced to the position of operation* assistant. Harris was originally from Illi- 'nois, but at an early age moved with his family to Plggott, Ark. where he started to school. On boy. tt* WM then made clerk In th% central fthop* offices, later worked as a gauger, then at the loading racks in the dispatching department, and Is now an operator in the distilling department. Hawkins attended Alton High School and then took business work at Brown's Business College, In 1935, he married Mildred Tendick, formerly of Jacksonville. In their family is one daughter 12, a dent at stu- East leaving high school he attended the University ol \Ark- R. Harrh ansas at etteville. Ing the World served Fay- Dur- flrst War he lor Short time with Infantry. A son, |C, R. Harris Jr., Is a technologist at the Shell Refinery at Houston. Harris is a member of the Masonic Order, Wood Kiver Lodge, the conslstry of East St. Louis, and the Shrlners and the Royal Arch. He is also a member of the American Legion. His home is in Roxana. W. Thompiioit W. Thompson began In the labor department, was moved to the pipefitters where he Is assigned at the present time. .Thompson is a native of Southern Illinois. He lived near Harrisburg and attended the ; country school. During the first ; World War he . served for si.: months in the Infantry stationed at Fort Custer. Hlswlfu Is the former , Lena Cribble, .. whose home W. Thompaon was also near Harrisburg. There are three children in their family: Fern, William, and Nola. Thompson Is active In the Baptist Church. His home is in Roxana. A. i. All»crs A. J. Albers began as a sample carrier In the laboratory. He has had various laboratory assignments, but is now in the distilling department where for the past three years he has been an Operator. Alters* home town Is Bethalto; he finished high school at Wood River. He married Die former Elizabeth Wicken- Imuscr of Alton, In their family are six children: (four of them twins) Donald 15: A. J. Albers Joan 13: Robert and Richard, both 11; and James sad John, both 9. Albers resides in Alton. E. F. Ttutmua J5, F. Thomas, who from Grafton, started work with Shell In the labor department, lie then moved to the riggers, and Is now assigned lo the pipefitters. Thomas attended the Alton public schools, His wife Is the former Hazel Peterson ol Coin*. 111. Thomas I* . part master ol Masonic Lodge 4M of flethslto, pa*. Mfh priwt Of tUt Edward- PW»?r. of the Jerusalem. HI* MgweUtcf T. Hawkins Junior High. F. E. Hattcn F. FJ. Batten has worked In the labor department, with the machinists, and is now assigned as nn operator in the lubricating oils department. Hatten Is a native of where he spent his boyhood on the farm, and attended Western Union school. His wife Is the former Kvelyn Karnes of Alton. In their family are seven children: Mary, now Mrs. Adams V. K. llntten of Hartford; Marietta and Kd- ward of Alton; Herbert and .Tona, both students nt. Alton High School; Wilnia 8; and David '2. Hatten reslrles on Slowell avenue In Alton. A. C. Taylor A. C. Taylor spent four ye^rs as a school teacher. His first job with the refinery was In the labor department. He then worked in the distilling department and on the former T.\ V. P. plant as a gauger before moving to the gas department as an operator. His present assignment is In the utilities department as a tur- bln operator at the power house. Taylor's home town Is Mulberry Gorve, where he attended high A. C. Taylor school. He then attended Southern Illinois Teacher's College at Carbondalc, ransferred to Shurtleff College ivhere In 1930 he received the 3 h. B. degree. Taylor's wife '. : he former Beatrice Pigg of Mulberry Grove. In their family are hree children: Shirley, now Mrs. H. Yates; Janet 15, who attends Wood River High School; and Troy 8. Taylor Is active in the P. T. A. He resides in Cottage Hills. M. 8. Magee Prior to his service with Shell M. S. Magee spent some time as a school teacher. He began his work at the refinery in the labor department, was later moved to the treating department as on operator and then had subsequent assignment in the distilling and gas departments. He has returned to the treating department where he is now an operator. Magee was graduated from high school at Scottsvllle, then M. S. Mageo attended Illinois College at Jack- llle. In 1929 he married the former Dottle Stone of Litchfield, Cy. There arc four children in heir family: Velmn, a student at Shurtleft College; M. S. Jr., Caroyn, and Larry, all students a' Roxnnn High School. Magee now resides in South ioxana, and Is a member of the South Roxana Dad's Club. BEGIN DEMOLITION OF HOSPITAL WALLS — A crew of workers from a local excavaling company are shown using a drag line in lopplmg dangerous walK left standing after a fire destroyed Si "Fl'Zcibelh's'hospital, menial ward of Mercy hospital Saturday. 40 women lost their lives.—AP Wirephoto. L. Adklns began with the labor lepartment. He was moved to the dispatching department where he vorked for a time at the loading racks. He Is now assigned to the distilling department us nn opera- or, Adklns Is n native of Marlon, 111. where he was graduated from high school. Ills wife, whom he married In 1929, is former Sybil Brandon, also from Marlon. A d k i n s resides in Alton. He is building I* Adkiiu a new home on itate street which he expects to ccupy soon. K. A. Burge K. A. Burge came to Shell as a esoarch chemist. For four years was head of Ihe experimental aboratory, then was assigned to he tech department In charge of efinery planning, and Is now senior technologist. Burge is a native of Fort Scott, <an. whre he went to high school. ie then attended Kansas State College at Manhattan, where he was graduated with a B. S, degree in Industrial chemistry. Mrs. Burge is the former Ruth Potter, also of Fort Scott. There are threw children in the (a m 11 y, Ken* neth A. jr. 18, a student In K. A. Burger the School of ,Flne Arts of Washington University; Barbara 16, a student at Alton High School; and William 6. Burge ii a member of the PTA. He has served on the faculty of Shurtleff College conducting night school courses in refining, and In designing. He Is s member of the Shell Athletic Club. Hit home Is In Alton. I, M, MsrUuin *VH. Mwkhtin Is s native of Hil firs* awlgnratnt OUI, OUI! — Shapely Maryse Delort of Paris, above, was named "Miss France of 1950" by a "supper jury" irr a Marseilles night club. The 19-year-old beauty beat out 12 other contestants. In Hollywood Brod Crawford Escapes Oblivion By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD. (/P) — Broderick Crawford is doing all right, thank you, after nearly succumbing to a Hollywood disease known as "the B look". The malady strikes nearly every Hollywood performer at some time in his career. It sets in when he begins to find jobs scarce In r top pictures; producers then think he is suitable only for B pictures. Crawford had it bad. But suddenly he pulled out of It and scored big In "All The King's Men". Next he gets the coveted role In "Born Yesterday". For 12 years, Brod has been in pictures—good, bad and mostly indifferent. After three years in the army, he returned to his universal contract and was greeted cooly. His first postwar job was play- Ing second fiddle to Mnrin Montez. Then he played about third cello In an Yvonne Decarlo epic. Then he tried free-lancing and found acting jobs now and then, often enough to keep the wolf away". Finally, he landed "King's Men" and has been in high gear ever since. 1 asked the actor if he patterned his performance flfter Huey Long, the thinly disguised prototype of his screen part. "I saw some of his newsreels," Crawford answered, "but I didn't try to Imitate him. We all believed the story was about Long, naturally." Ten years ugo In Hollywood... Marlene Dietrich cast her first vote as a U. S. citizen . . . Alice Fnye went to New York to be with hubby Tony Martin during thtv holidays . . . Kita Haworth spgnt more time posing for leg art than acting in movies.. At Jolson said he was through with women and would devote his time to building a race stable and managing fighters. Jimmy Cagney started his first prise fight picture, "City For Conquest" . . . Deunnn DurbUVs next was "Spring Parade" . . . Caesar Romero declared hi- was tired of playlnt: tho field and was ready lo settle down and gel married. (We're still waiting.) at Shell was with the ciu-|>eiUt,.-&. He was later moved to the electricians with whom ho is working at the present time. During the r e'c e n t war he served seven months with the Merchant Marine, and saw action on J. II. M»rkh*ut high seas. He has traveled extensively, making it his hobby. Markham now resides on Rt. 1, Godfrey. Charles T. Webber Rites at Wood River Funeral rites for Charles T. Webber, 64, of Hartford an em- ploye for the past 28 years at International Shoe Co., Hartford, were conducted Saturday at 2 p. m. In Streeper funeral home, Wood River. Rites at the funeral home were under auspices of Wood River Masonic lodge. Mrs. J. P. Bosley, with Mrs. Alonzo Rosenberger as accompanist, sang two hymns. Following services at Wood Riv- or the body was taken to Valhalla Crematory, St. Louis. Th# ashes will be sent to Kansas City, Kans., for burial. Pallbearers were B. A. Summers, Edward Smith, Walter Conrad, M. W. Gayle, Charles Koneffke, and James Metcalf. I.MAL HOTICM MASTER'S SALE STATE OF ILLINOIS, ) I «s. COUNTY OF MADISON I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF SAID COUNTY AND STAT* MARY BIRKENMAYER. ) Plaintiff, I vs. ) CHAHLES ' H. BIRKENMAYER,) C. E. MKRKLE and I MARIE MILLER I Defendant*) CHANCERV NO. 1S595 PARTITION Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a Decree of said Court entered on Ihe 2nd dny ol December, A. D. 1949, In the above-entitled cause. I will sell nt public vendup to the highest and best bidder for cash In hand, on Saturday. February Jl, 1050, at two o'clock P. M. on the premises, the following described real estate, to-wit: Lot Number Five (5) In W. J. See's Subdivision as the same appears from plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 10 at Pace 2H in the Recorder's Office of Madison County. Illinois; Situated In the County of Madison In the State of Illinois. Upon compliance with the above terms of sale and confirmation of the Master's Report of Sale by Court, a deed or deeds will be executed by the undersigned In conformity with said Decree. DATED January 7, 1950. JESSE R. BROWN, Master-tn-Chancery. IRVING M. WISEMAN, BURROUGHS, BURROUGHS & SIMPSON. Attorneys for Plainiff. Jan,. 11. 18. 25. Feb. 1. UAKIt Of I'HANKk VIRGINIA HANCOCK We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to all of our relatives. friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy shown during our recent bereavement. We especially wish to thank Rev. Harold Hamilton, the soloist, the pallbearers, the women from Gospel Tabernacle Church who served the dinner, those who donated cars, sent cards or floral offer- Ings, and all those who assisted in any way, Husband, Mother. Brothers. IN MEMOR1AM IN LOVING MEMORY — Of my dear husband. Edward C. Hatcher, who passed away 4 years ago, Jan. 8, 1946: Dear husband, out of the sorrow Your absence has brought to my heart, Have grown fragrant flowers of memory To bloom all the years we're apart. Sadly missed by Wife. Daughters •nd__Sjen§. IN MEMORY—Of our dear father. Ira Edward Cheatham, who passed away Jan. 7, 1947: ' Three years have passed, dear Dad, Since you were called away; But memories still linger Through every night and day. Your soul is now at rest, We always think of you among the rest. Sadly missed by Children. MONUMENTS—OEM ....COM. MONUMENTS MARKERS ORDER NOW AT SPECIAL WINTER DISCOUNT FOR SPRING DELIVERY. EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS IN ALL LEADING GRANITES. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. DELANO GRANITE WORKS, Inc. DIAL 2-2251 (DAY OR EVENING) I PERSON ALB ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS — AJUW phone 2-7228 or 2-41M, or P. O. Bo* 197. GREENWOOD LODGE — No. 421, Odd Fellows. Regular meeting Tuesday, 7:30 Jan. 10th. Work In the second degree. Visiting brethren welcome. ARTHUR B. MAUPIN, N. C. H. H. PLOPPER, Bec'y. FRANKLIN LODGE—No. S3, A. F. • A. M. Special meeting Jan. 10, T p. m. Work in first degree. Visiting brethren welcome. Verne Williamson. W. 1.0HT— SfaAVEP— STOLEN _ PARTY is KNOWN -Who took sled at 725 llalloieii Friday night. Please return, _____ LOST— Black arid white "mala springer spaniel. Reward. 2-8T04. ___ """"" HIDE WANTED-rroro Uncola. avenue. ea»t Alton, to Broadway «ad Central. Alton, s days week. Hours: • Ie 4:90. 4-e7M alter i B. SB. occurs IUCKSMITH • ACETYLENE WELB0K! f TOOL DREU1NO S TEMPEMNQ Porter * Come-l* Place Curdle Heights Addition STATE LICENSI AUTO. CHAUmURB DRIVERS C CLARH, ISQ4 1. Idwy. evvwai situ*re«t frgmve Mts HARRY A MOOM PIANO TUNING aM MPAIMNtt «M foresl Ave.. Alton OUI )M» It "• MOVING DAY-Por dirt when you use fine foam on rugi aM upMl< stexy, Buck'* Palat Sore, W •roadway. tNCOMi TAK IttUlMf lOOKKtttlNC SIRVICI c>n **m INCOME TAX RETURNS PROPERLt PftfcPAftCb TAX CONSULTANT (Over 20 Ye*rs Accounting and • ALL FORMS FOM INDIVIDUALS • 'ARMERS BUSINESS CAR! w. MA&NS ACCOUNTANT • TAX CONSULTANT OFFICE 201 W. Third St (Over Hollywood Shop) Phones: 2-833S - 3-«B3» ALTON, ILL. • IIA INiTRUCTIO* WOULD LIKE TO TALK—To reliable men who would like to train in spare time to le*rn welding, metal work, spray painting as related to Auto Hodr and Fender repairing; should be mechanically Inclined: will not Interfere with your job. For Information about this training write at once, giving name, address, age and working hours. Auto-Crafts Training, 700 care Telegraph. •» HtlV MANTCtt-MAL* SALESMAN. ILLINOIS-KENTUCKY Excellent opportunity for man 35-50, energetic, to Mil direct to consumer. Large Industrial and commercial users. Complete line of 18-month guaranteed fluorescent and Incandescent lamps and fixtures, including a specially patented automatic fluorescent starter. Good commissions. Protected territory, field training, car essential. State details, experience, background, etc. Confidential. WESTRON CORP., 116 'E. 18 St., New York 3. N. Y. HIGH-GRADE SALESMAN—To contact business and professional men for reputable Boston financial hours. Limited travel, exceptional income. Professional service. 25 Huntington, Boston, Mass. WANTED—Male aUend"a~nt7~Siay~nIgMs with elderly man. Phone 3-5883. TRUCKMAN—Over 25', owning or able to purchase 'and personally drive acceptable tractor-trailer, moving equipment. Year 'round long-term contract. Substantial earning. State age, experience, briefly. GREY VAN LINES, 59 - W Grand. Chicago. WANTED—Radio and television repair man; good aalary, must be exper- lenced. Write Box 650. care Telegraph SALARY, OVER RIDE AND COMMISSION Will be given to experienced insurance salesman by an old line Legal Reserve Stock Co., specializing in the finest hospitallzatlon contracts available. If he can qualify for office manager's position. J. P. Schmidt, Reserve Life Ins. Co.. 817 Metropolitan Bldg , East St. Louis. 111. WANTED REAL ESTATE SALESMAN Good personality, honest and ambitious, experienced in saleswork preferred. Apply by letter giving qualifications, experience and references. Write Box 330. care Telegraph. l» HELP WANTED—FEMALt WANTED—Young woman for general housework. Please give references with reply. Write Box 730, care Telegraph. WANTED — Experienced stenographer. State qualifications and experience. Write P. O. Box 323. Alton. TYPIST—Beginning or experienced typist. Speed and accuracy necessary. 5- day week. Salary open, Write Box 600, care Telegraph. SECRETARY — Local industry. 5-day week; heavy dictation. Salary open. Write Box 620. care Telegraph. M. & M, OPERATOR—Local concern needs experienced multi-llth or multi- graph operator. Salary open. Young lady desired. Write Box 610, care Telegraph. SI SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE FIRST CLASS—Carpenter work wanted. 3-9167. WANTED—Work of any kind. 2-4184. 18 YEAR OLD—High school graduate wants work of any kind. Willing to learn. Phone 4-7479. WILL DO WOOD SAWING—Ruckman, Brighton. 111.. Route 1. HOME REPAIRS—Miscellaneous work, electrical, plumbing, linoleum tile, guttering — any repair work In home. Phone 2-6175. WANTED — Hedge posts to cut. Dial 3-6559 after 4:30 p. m. t« SIT WANTED—PENAL* WANTED—Cleaning by day and iron- ings. Experienced. Dial 4-7960. _ YOUNG MAN. 25—Would like typing or office work of .any kind. Some college and office experience. Dial 2-6003. WHITE LADY—Wants to do housework by day. Dial 2-1200. WHITE LADY — Wants washings and ironings, Reasonable prices. Phone 4-84BO. WANTED — Practical nursing. Phone 4-9026. WANTED—Baby sitting by the hour or evening. Call 4-4125, HUBINKHH OHfOETtJNITIg» PEARL FINISHING — New amazing! FREE FACTS show easy way to $25 to $50 per day at home. PEARL KOTE, 21111 W. Manchester. Los Angeles. 47. INVESTMENT—STOCKS STOCKS . BONDS - SECURITIES JOHN THAYER SLAYTON & CO. INVESTMENT BROKERS 103 East Broadway. Dial 8-2711 *MI> •*AUT» 401 Hew* t-tree* Alton's Oldest Stata Accredited laauty School IS Years of Successfully Graduating •tudesta AMBER W HUNTER _ »d4ii DMS1MAH1NO—TAILORING WHITE LADY—Wants washings in own home. Dial 2-8878. LAUNDERING CURTAINS - Washed and stretched. Called for and delivered. Dial 3-8373. CURTAINS — Washed and stretched, Called for and delivered. 2-7656. •US «NMni)MI!Ba»NVS TREE SPECIALIST Trimming, topping and removing; we haul away the crush. Fully insured and reliable. We also have some iweet gum shad, trees left. Free estimate M C- LOVE 4-7932 GUTTERING—Spouting, metal chimney cover.. Free estimates. WHITE'S TIN SHOP. 2-1424 TREE SPECIALIST Trim Top. Take Down and Haul Aw*y Insured ED KRAUT. Dial 4-9343 BLOCK LAYING—lie each: cess pools and septic tanks built and pumped reasonable rates. 8-5418. 8-6800. CONTRACT CEMENT WORK of all kinds. Union work Free estimate Lynn Wood. 3603 Franor. 9-9303 1-1171 FUEL OIL STOVES—Oil ranges repaired. Service at any time. Phone 2-7304. ro PROPERTY OWNERS - Beware ol termite*. They are destructive to ywu property. For free information call Century Termite Contrpl Phone 103 1019 Ruskln Ave.. Edwardsvllle 111 All work guaranteed. MCMATINt) PAPER HANGING — Patch plastering. Prompt service. Dial 4-88JB. WANTED-Paper hanging Good work at reasonable prices. Phone 348*l w 861« Yager street WHY WAIT?—Get your decorating done now before the spring ruth. There If no plastering Job too small or too large for us. Will we plaster your celling? Veal Will w* plaster your complete room? Veal Vsei Will we remove youi wallpaper, paint your wall* or bang wallpaper Vest Do we guarantee our work? Veil Will we decorate youi whole house and five you eas Yes! Why not pkeM « today llgatlon. Of course not. Phone 1-tn* INTERIOR PAINTINQ - Removing at cleaning wallpaper: floor reflnlshiog Special prices now. »*aSj. INTERIOR DgCORATING . Plastering. DIAL MI4I - For free floor aandina and inside Mien tUettfttt. M >** M* tire* W oM walla****, <*>! m MM*. w» Dill ftmovc yout <WallH0tm* Mitf. witfc VM latest etyle eotan. w* «HH It* jwttt MM. call tote* tat • trw estimate. H080._ FLOOR TIU __ AtanbrsM A Re^ee usttani CROXTON RRoTriLl CO. 140H JMBgfBMi Ay«l. CLEOTRI ) 0 Til _____ RADIO & TELEVISION XRV. 720 1. IROADWAY - J Mil Radio, TeMvtami 8err Ice at your home. Guaranteed. Dial 3-30M. IMt SUM. FOR QUICK MOVING or r RintlOtRATOM. aTTUVta. fflUNU •OHM OH VrtiAT MAvt VOUf CALL *>tOO M MMi PRES. IELCNER SMITH IROS. MOVING LOCAL - LONG DI8TANCB DIAL 4-6561 II W. Ferguson. Wood .River Alter s P. M. Dial Used Furniture Bought and •oaf N. A. NEVLIN MOVING, STORAGE , ACROSS THE STRBC1 OR ACROSS THK CONTINENT LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE 1KM WASHINGTON AV» DIAt McCOY TRANSFER CO. ia raom ST ALTON ILL. DIAL 3-ifl» - »-TT»l RORNSKV ROVING STORAOff CO FURNITURE REPAIRED NORTH AMERICAN 1 * VAN UNS» ISM Ml W Broadway. AHoai Call 3-aOai After 5 O m.: 2-1737 •I •LB8PINO BOOMB LARGE—Comfortable sleeping room (or 1 or 2, on bus line. 726 Washington. 3-7660. NICELf FURNISHED — Front room. Steam heat, bath, private entrance, laundry; near restaurants. 3-5764. SLEEPING ROOM — For rent in East Alton. Dial 4-7177 or 4-4939 after 7 pm ALL MODERN SLEEPING ROOM — Single or double. Ladles preferred. Dial 4-9673. WOOD RIVER—Clean, modern sleeping room: private entrance. ISO 10th street. 3-7237. VERY NICE ROOM—With private entrance, all conveniences; cooking privileges, suitable for working couple or 2 girls. 1131 E. 5th. Dial 5-1737. ATTRACTIVE ROOM—For 1 or 3 In nice home. 1216 Brown. 2-75B3. 1 SINGLE—And 1 double sleeping room for rent. 160 Lorena avenue. 4-3664. MONDAY. JANUARY *. VINCT1AN iUMDt AJ^SAHM. - W«M - §te«l OM «TR«» tate entrance, IM heat. Adult*, •th. WANTHV-MiMleutd woman to my home. Dial I-8MP. share 3-ROOM FURNISHEDAPT. — rt«H»T» decorated, new furniture, steam heat, block from but. No children Phone l-esaa. • ROOMS ft BATH—AD furnished, on top floor of new home, or dry. i-room basement apt., 'A bath, outside entrance, CfUJ^*^--, „.».-._—. I LARGE FURNISHED ROOWP-Do'Wfl- town location. Phone 1-1380. •ousts roa SMUT 4-ROOM MOOIMN MOMB-Wood RWer Phone 2-9084. FOR KENT - Modem 9-robnTwMh ell furnace. furnished. Lincoln Dr., Cottage Hllli. P. D • FOR RENT—Wood River very nlce"~4- room modern houie. food loc.tlon For information call H. a. Wlcken hauser, 4-4384. _ FOUR-ROOM HOUSE — For mtddleatM couple or older. $1« per month. 801 Clay, 4-HOOM 4-«M. TOR RENT New 4-room modern home, located In new subdivision. Per month fas New 4-room modern home, located In Upper Alton. Per month §88 CLOVER LEAF AGENCY Phone 3-8448 After 8:00 P. M. Call 2-1781 . 1-3984 - 3-8130 ALTON VtNITIAN •UHD CO. MS it. LMto Ate. B. A»«v HI •HM »•« »••• «••«»»»•• »•«••• etssa.r, etee.rte If", .* •«••• ••«' attcrTiee heartheM appMsaeee *• tab Repair & MtchiM Shop lit Mill »»»••» B.IMIW, ««. H gjoi/sss ran SALS BEAtmrUL - Completely modern 'sVII'Hafl — _— —HOW AND INCOME UMER ALTON, Srown St. - -9 rooms. 4 rooms up renting for $65.00, 5 large rooms down, two baths, private entrance to apartment. New roof, new s.d.n|, full basement, stoker and auto- matk water heater. Fully insulated. Be Thrifty for 1950— buy a home HLAI'EB RADIO * TELEVISION SHOP — For rent. Some equipment needed. Write Box 660, care Telegraph. FOR RENT or SALE—Maiionry build- Ing. 28x43. at 197 Gouldlnf avenue, East Alton. Suitable for grocery, etc. Oil heat and water furnished. Two apU. above now occupied. Dial 4-8884 33-ROOM HOTEL—Or rooming house, furnished. Located In downtown area Write Box 880. care Telegraph. M WANTED ro MN1 TERRITORY MANAGER—For large ell company needi 3-bedroom unfurnished house by Feb. lit, In Alton-Wood Alvei area. Call Mr, Rogers. 4-4121. day*. RELIABLE COUPLE—Desire 4 or~Broom modern houie. Have a small baby Dial 2-1783. WANTED TO RENT—S or*«-room house, unfurnished. Alton. Phone 2-1866. WANTED TO RENT—8 or 6-room"house in desirable neighborhood Will lease. Phone 3-3800. n FARMS AND LAND 40 ACRES—20 acres tillable, •-room house with electric lights, telephone and plenty of water under roof of back porch: we have plenty of shade and located on new State Aid road Price $3.100. C. R. Anderson, Eldred. III.. Rt. No. 1. 1 SLEEPING ROOM—For gentleman. 801 Bond. 2-240B. LARGE SLEEPING ROOM—Single or double. 17 N. 6th street. Wood Hlver. Dial 4-6325. MODERN SLEEPING ROOM — Wood River. 4-4374. SLEEPING ROOM — For rent. Dial 2-7316. MODERN SLEEPING ROOM—For rent. Gas heat, on bus line. 716 E. Ferguson. Wood River. Dial 4-3946. SLEEPING ROOM—For lady. Phone 3-7917. WOOD RIVER—Large modern sleeping room. Phone 4-6847. 59 Home* tor Sal* NICE ROOM—In private home. Block from bus. Dial 2-9166 after 6 p. m. 41 ROOM AND BOARD ROOM & BOARD—For 2 gentlemen. Private, modern home. Call 2-3555. 41 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 1 LARGE HOUSEKEEPING ROOM Dial 4-6689. TWO ROOMS—First. floor; front and back entrance, close in. 22 E. 6th. ONE BASEMENT ROOM — For light housekeeping. Outside entrance. On bus line. No objections to one child. 2-3292. 3 PARTLY FURNISHED ROOMS — 1006 E. 4th street. TWO ROOMS—For light housekeeping. Frlgidalre and gas stove. Dial 4-8094. is AfAKTMKNTS— PLAT* FOR RENT—In country, on bus route, 3 large rooms and bath. Modern. Also garage. Adults only. Dial 2-4087. FOR RENT—3 unfurnished rooms, modern. 3-7109 or 3-8359. FOR RENT—In county, on bus route, 3 large rooms and bath. Modern. Alto garage. Adults only. Dial 2-4087. 3 ROOMS UNFURNISHED—Adults or baby allowed. 2-4160. 2-ROOM UNFURNISHED—Modem. 3700 Salu. 3-ROOM UNFURNISHED APT. — With shower. Dial 2-7497. WOOD RIVER—2-room apt. Steam heat, private 'i bath, telephone: also wash- Ing machine, reasonable. Dial 4-5396. 3 LOVELY UNFURNISHED ROOMS — And bath. Private entrance, first floor. Automatic heat, large basement with laundry facilities. 1011 State. 2 UNFURNISHED ROOMS—Lights, heat, water. Phone 3-3927, UNFURNISHED APT.—Middletown. 3 large room and bath, bedroom, living room, kitchen and dinette: private entrance, Venetian blinds and built-in kitchen cabinets; heat and electricity furnished. S75 per month. Garage available. Writ* Box 710, care Telegraph. j 5 LARGE-ROOM UNFURNISHED APT. —In Godfrey. Large yard, heat and water furnished. 3-8587, ROXANA — 4-room modern' basemen! apt., on bus line 4-8336. 3-ROOM APT.—Heat and water furnished. One block .to bus. Reference*. Middletown. 816 Arch street. 2-9436. ____ FHA~' approved" homes in Wood River or East Alton as low as $350 down and $42 per month. These are real buys. Must be seen to be appreciated. Phone Edwardsville 2168. _Ralph_H. Ladd. General Contractor. FOR SALE— 14 lots, 6-room house! full ! basement, furnace, two outbuildings, j all in Rood repair, well and cistern. Dorchester. Inquire 217 West Oak street, Glllespie. Illinois. __ •i-BOOM HOUSE— Hardwood "floors", inlaid linoleum, fireplace, all modern. I Small down payment, balance like rent t 1 block from bus line. Write Box 640, I care Telegraph. ____ _ _ ,_ __ \ NICE LOCATION— in Wood" River "4. room modern home. Hardwood floors. cabinets. 'gas heat, level lot. side porch. $5800. After S_p;_fn._dial 4-6439. ___ I 4. s" & c" ROOMS— 91000 'down. Immediate possession. Good location. RIEHL AGENCY 303 Delmar. 2-772? __ ' Evening: 3-3722 _ ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS — New 4-room brick house. Hardwood floors, inlaid in kitchen and bath, wired for stove, insulated, full basement, hot air iur- nace. Lot 60x200. S3000 down, balance as rent. $43 per month. Dial 4-30B3. _ _____ _ _ i r OK" SALE— New 4-room brick "home. Cnved ceilings, inlaids, chimes, cabl- . nets, beautifully plastered, Ideally 1 located, exceptionally well built. Ready for occupancy. $11,800, or will rent to right party. Dial 2-1968. __ S-ROOM MODERN HOME — Hot air heat. Insulation in attic, hardwood floors in living and dining room, edge grain pine in hall and bedrooms, wired for stove; also has gas, storm windows. cabinets and inlaid in kitchen; garage. For further information dial 2-4258. ___ !_• _ IMMEDIATE CASH for 5 and 6 room homes in Upper Alton area and Wood River. If your property is for "Sale" call Hale!" HALE REALTY CO., REALTORS Dial 2-7121 Dial 2-7121, 4-8492. WIST NINTH ST. — 12 room modern house. New roof and siding. Stoker. Income $225.00 per month. Terms. WOOD RIVER— 7 family apart. ment. Good income. Stoker, Fine basement, in good repair. Terms. Be Thrifty for 1950! Buy Income Property. HALE REALTY CO., REALTORS Dial 2-7121. 4-8472. 2W5__ ALTON— Lampert St.— 5 rooms, modern. New asbestos siding. Redecorated. House in good re. pair. Good level lot near San. ford avenue. Only ..... $7900 FOURTH & CENTRAL— Nice 5 room modern brick home. Full basement. Automatic gas heat, Nice garage. Venetian blinds. Wall to wall rug in living and dining room. HALE REALTY CO., REALTORS Be Thrifty for 1950! Buy a- Home! ALTON REALTY CO. 6-ROOM Price House 5-ROOM ton 5-ROOM Alton 6-ROOM city 6-ROOM come. 613 East Broadway MODERN— 15 acres, In city. . .................... $20,000 and lot only .......... $14,000 MODERN -1 acre. North Al- S«9SO MODERN— Just out of Upper .................. ., ........ WOOD MODERN— 10 aotes. Out of $10,900 MODERN— 2 apts. Good In- Central ................ ,$n,»90 3-9478 - 3-8284 - 8-3322 3 UNFURNISHED — Basement rooms. Lights, water and heat furnished. 4-7862. 3-ROOM UNFURNISHED APT. — Gas heat and water furnished. Dial 3-7957, 3-ROOM APT.—Couple. Lights, water and heat furnished. <50, Dial 4-7619. 2 UNFURNISHED ROOM* — Upstairs. Private entrance, lights and water paid, $25 per month. 841 Madison, Wood River, back door. 4-ROOM MODERN APT.—Private bath, naw electric range, heat, hot water, electricity furnished.' Good location on bus Una. $85.00 per month. Write Box 630. care Telegraph. 3-ROOM MODERN APT - Off Milton road, second house in back of Oreer Real Estate office. Apply between 8 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. 46 fURNiaaUD 4P4«TMEMTa FURNISHED COTTAGE—J adults only. 108 E. Lorena. Wood River THREE MODERN ROOMS—BathT'lifhU, water, heat, furnished. 1212 Main St. 4-ROOM FLAT — Furnished; modern. Adults. 2-8887. 2 FURNISHED BOOMS TO* HINT— Lights and water furnished. as week. 1311 Hampton. £ROOM FURNISHED APT—For rant. Heat, lights, water, garage and washing facilities furnished; private bath and entrance. Call 4-aPT« after 5 p. ro. NORTH ALTON—For rent, modern 4 rooms, unfurnished apt. Utilities furnished. Dial 3-8183. 2-ROOM FURNISHED APT. — No objections to children. 1-SiSl. IN EDWARDSVILLE—Attractive 3-room furnished ant. Private bath and ••• trance, garage. All utilities furnished. Adults only. Will be vacant about Jan. 80. Phona Edwardsvllle JIW-W. evenings. 3-ROOM — Nicely furnished apt. Private entrance and bathTejeetrlc stove and refrigerator. XUI. 2-ROOM FUBNISKED APT. box, hot water an* stoker heat. UM ay gtn, a-ROOM FURNISHED AFT T- Modern. AdulU, Wood River. 4-M04. f.ROOM BASEMENT APT - DoTaTl modern: electric refrigerator, private bath and entrance, I block from bus. Utilities furnished. AdulU only. Dial 3-M91. ._ ..... . _ FOR HINT—To couple interested in clean, all modern apt. Private bath. utilities furnished. Call 4-«474 lor more information. Being vacated b> couple forced to leave town FOR ftlMT-a room tawe~UaiVw. toe jory built; vary »retty.^>ial 4-aaia. mo< ate; FOR SALE — Nice country home on highway, 12 miles from Wood Rivet. 7 large rooms. 1'b baths, hot water heater, stoker, acre of ground. Good condition. Sell on contract., No reasonable offer refused. Bethalto 177-R2. J-ROOM HOUSE "FOR SALaV^Cottage Hills. 4-9088. _ EL! M7CREER ' WOOD RIVER, Acton Ave. — S-room modern home. Very'large floor plan, in A-l condition. Hardwood floors, cabinets and inlaids; Venetian blinds, large closet space, gas water healer, ' large screened-in porch, garage. Financed through FHA. Price SB400 MILTON AHEA-5-room modern home, fully Insulated, hardwood floors, cabinets, inlaids. stoker heat, storm sash. sun porch «"» MIDDLETOWN—6-room modern home. Newly decorated, Inlaids in kitchen and bath, Venetian blinds, wired for stove, large closet space, forced air heat, garage. 1 block from bus. Price, MILTON ' HOAD^-A' 'beautiful.' 'large 4- room modern home. Very large living room, hardwood floors, cabinet, and inlaids, Venetian blinds, large closet space. G, I. or F. H. A. Joan, Price PARK DRIVE'.'' Bethalto—3-robrn home In A-l condition. Oil heat, water and lights. Large level lot. Price 13500 WASHINGTON AVE Cast Alton -•*• room modern brick home in good con oitloY Venetian bllndt. •*«• windows, screened porch A good Mw Small down payment S»sgu FRANKLIN AVE., Cottage Hllto - T- room modern home In perfect condition, 7 years old. Large floor plan, 6 rooms on fir.t floor. 2 rooms and bath on second floor; also shower in «ase- Sent Hardwood floor. vein-Wan blinds, storm sash, cabinet* and Inlaid* Double garage, large lot. 140x880. PTICJ; EAST ALTON—5-room modern Home. Fully insulated. Hardwood floori. cab tnau and inlaldi, Venetian hltnds. automatic gas heat and water beater. Sacrifice price "low down. Price SSOU WOOD RIVER. State Bt—4-roora mod.,»%£.> A-»>«41tion. Cabinet. Office 8-JT3I, 1-41M. ANP RIALTOt rUROE ROOM MOUSI in Ur- Mr AlroR. Met JflOO 10 ROOM ALL MODIIN-Hof water heat, on College. IMM. diltt poi««ssioii $'000 C. H. AUTIN AOINCY C»H 3 M22 Draw 2-1296 TiMtkM 3-5095 i H* 2.2244 CROSH REAL ESTATE NEAR STATE 6-room brick. Large reception hall, large living room, dining room, kitchen with mo/lent cabinets, 3 large bedrooms. 2 porches, ornamental fireplace. built-in bookcases. Level lot 60x144. Large closets, hardwood floors full basement, hot air furnace, near bus line, near Cathedral ...... .-$11,500 PHINNEY AVE. 6-room modern- 3 rooms and entrance hall down, hardwood floors, cabinet sink. "3 bedrooms, closets, up: 2 baths. oil heat, good roof. Immediate possession ............................. $8950 LORENA AVE.— WOOD RIVER 7-room frame house. Excellent condition. newly decorated, modern kitchen unit. Venetian blinds. 5 rooms down, 2 up. tile bath, automatic hot water, hot air furnace., garage; 3-room modern apt. in rear income $45 per month. Will take 4-room house in trade ........................ $11,550 GARDEN STREET Duplex. Two S-room apts. Beautiful kitchen, cabinets, knotty pine chail board, new plastic linoleum in both apts., living room and dining room, newly papered. 2 baths, 2 furnaces, concrete basement. 2 garages — $9456 WOOD RIVER AVE., EAST ALTON Attractive 5-room home and sun room: fireplace. living room, hardwood floors throughout, modern Youngstown cabinet unit, 2 bedrooms, closets, bath, shower, part tile, concrete basement, furnace and garage. Immediate possession ................ .......... $10,500 DIAMOND ST. Modern 6-room. 4 rooms and bath down, 2 up; newly decorated inside, newly K inted outside, good roof, concrete jcment, furnace, garage. Near St. Patrick's and public schools .. $9450 WOOD RIVER AVE. Beautiful 7-room 2-story house. 4 large rooms, powder room, down: 3 large rooms up; lot of closets and storage room, bath up, newly decorated inside and painted outside New roof. Price ................. ..... ..... $11,500 UPPER ALTON . 6-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 . , .......... $8750 UPPER ALTON 4 rooms, targe living room, excellent condition, 8 bedrooms, closets, bath, wired for stove, hardwood floors, twe enclosed porches, full basement, furnace, stoker; near bus, walking distance to business district and schools. Price ...................... > ....$7350 . • NEAR SIDNEY ST. Large attractive 4-room. Newly decorated. new cabinet unit, new linoleum, 2 bedrooms, bath, large living room, concrete basement, furnace, garage. Price . ........ H300 MIDDLETOWN 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 ROXANA 8 room*, 1 floor. 3 bedrooms, bath. closets, living room, dining room, kitchen, hot air furnace, wired for stove, concrete basement. Lot 75x160, Price ............................ $7850 MARYLAND PARK New 3-roon( home. Bath, modern kitch. en, ,2-car garage . . ............. $6600 CROSH REAL ESTATE 1002 Phinney Avenue Office Phone: 3-3576 After S P. M., Call 3-8062 - 3-7894 «ST*TB WANTED—Small modern hpme in or near Godfrey. 3-8712. WE WILL PAY CASH—For lots In and on outskirts of Alton. Write Bon 670. care Telegraph. CASH—For small modern home, fairly priced. 3-7«4i. WANTED—SO to 110 acres unimproved land with outbuildings. Dial 4-7231. dT» * PARH PROPERTY WANlKaV- We have oaah buyers lot vmu oroo»rt». fj-fi Hi tat f u ii Appraisal TU M QREER AOTCNC* S.TS04 4-4SW il-o73» »*»ra COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES-Golderf. A. K. C. registered. Champion »tocli, 10 weeks old. i females. Phone Be- thalte>*0». _ _ pEaitNOME PUPWEft-AUo stud serV- Ice, 111 Oeraoei. S fel O C. ERD PUPPUSS-A. X. ttow quality. Champioa »4IB3 or 3-8087. UULAH Mid ORIOLE - Two black curty eocker puppies. Dla> 4-eOlb. FOB tALK—Blond male cocker pup. A. K. C. re«l»tered. 4<* months old. Last OM. sacrifice price. Mrs. Cllfi afeGaualiey. mile east Bethalto L,um> ker Company. s CANAMH - And love birds, guaran^ a? HILL AUCTIONS » tALtf BARN ~ rurnlturi sale tonight and every Monday night •I t p- nt. Dining room suite, kitchen cabinet, table and chain; 3-pc. wicker set. washing machine, dithwi eiao •ad poultry. A»T

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