Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 22, 1953 · Page 23
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 23

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mnvmam-tam ALTON BVBN1NO TlUtORAPK WBONBiOAY, APRIL U, l»» Olin Earnings In 1st Quarter Set Record EAST ALTON, 111 - OHn Industries, Inc., achieved for the first quarter of 1953 the highest peacetime earnings and sales In the company's many years of steady growth, John M. Olin, president, declared today in an unaudited report to stockholders. Consolidated net income amounted to $4,184,874 for the first quarter ended March 31, equivalent to 80 cent* a share of common stock after provision for preferred stock dividends and minority interests. This compares with net Income of $2,836,581 for the first quarter of 1952, equivalent to 51 cents a share. Sales for the first quarter of 1953 totaled $55,887,824 compared with $43,618,242 for the first quarter of 1952. The Increases can be attributed to greater demand for the company's products and increased operating efficiency, and also reflect to some degree the effect of the elimination of governmental controls. Reserve for texes has been estimated on the basis of present Income tax laws, including the tax based on excess profits which expires June 30, 1953. Livestock Prices at East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCK YARDS, 111. /P--(USDA) - Hogs 7,500; bulk choice 180-230 Ibs 23.25-50; later largely 23.35 up; few 240-250 Ibs 22.85-23.25; heavier weights scarce; most 150-170 Ibs 21.50-23.00; 120-140 Ibs 18.50-20.75; sows 400 Ibs down 20.75-21.25; heavier sows . 18.7520.50; boars 13.50-16.00. Cattle 3,500, calves 650; few high good and choice steers and heifers barely steady at 20.50-21.50; utility and commercial bulls 14.50-16.50; canner and cutter bulls 13.00-14.00; individual head prime vealers to 28.00; good and choice largely 19.00-25.00; utility and commercial 14.00-18.00. Sheep 400; scattered lots good to prime old crop wooled lambs 23.50-25.00; top 25.00; sales included 111 Ib lambs at 24.00 and 114 Ibs at 23.50; few lots heavier weights down to 20.00, including J30 choice grade shorn lambs No. 1 skins 23.00; scattered sales cull to good slaughter ewes 5.00-7.00. IVews of Grains Wheat Adopts Firmer Tone By WILLIAM FERRIS CHICAGO R— Grains sold mostly at slightly lower levels on the Board of Trade today with wheat having a firmer lone than other cereals. Buying in wheat developed on less favorable reports concerning the condition of winter wheat in the Southwest and the granting of funds to Yugoslavia to buy American bread grains. Other cereals, higher'during early trading, turned reactionary about midway in the morning and were not able to recover all their losses. Selling developed on re ports of fairly large sales of Commodity Credit Corporation corn to cash interests. , Carlot grain receipts in Chicago were estimated at—wheat 7, corn 85, oats 15, barley 18, soybeans 21. CHICAGO K— Cash wheat none. Corn: No. 2 yellow 1.6iy a ; No. 3, 1.55-60. Oats: No. 1 heavy white 82 J /i; No. 3 heavy white 79. Barley nominal: malting 1.35-81; feed 1.25-45. High Low Close Prev.close Wheat May 2.18% 2.18 2.18% 2.17 7 / 8 -% Jly 2.22V4 2.21'i 2.21% 2.21V4-% Sep 2.26 2.25U 2.25% 2.25 1 ,* Dec 2.31 1 ;. 2.30 :t i 2.30% 2.30% Mar 2.35'i 2.34% 2.35 2.34% Corn May 1.59i,8 1.58 1.58'i 1.59-58% Jly 1.62Vi 1.61U 1.61% 1.62'.;, Sep 1.61% 1.60' a 1.60 BS 1.61% Deo 1.57U 1.56' a 1.56' * 1.57 Oats .76'i .74 »« .74% .73% .75 U .75%-76 .74 •' .75% .74 l i .74% .75'8-U .78 777 >,i .77% .77% May Jly Sep Deo Rye May 1.65 1.63V, 1.64 1.64 'i Jly 1.68^ 1.67^ 1-67% 1.68-67% Sep 1.72 1.70% 1.71 1.71 Deo 1.76 1.75V» 1.76 1.75»i Soybeans May 3.04% 3.02'/» 3.03 3.04-04U Jly 3.01",-! 2.99H 2.99% 3.01-00% Sep 2.85Vi 2.84 2.84'4 2.85-84Vs Nov 2.75'i, 2.74 1 /, 2.74>i 2.75^-75 Jan 2.78 2.77 2.77 2.78 Produce Prices AtSt, Louis ST. LOUiS .^-Produce and live poultry: Fowl, heavy breeds 29-30, bare- backs 2&-27, turkeys, breeder hens 31, breeder toms 28. Other* unchanged. fauto Kru»g*J of 5J9 St.. Utformed polic* Tuesday *ve- AJAtj if thf tteft from tfe» truni of* Mf of hU brother, J*ck Krueg•4 * Ml WfhteMi Ave., of • box fMteiiiif •Jfrbinir't topj. •* "" Area Death* E, L Stogsdill CARLINV1LLE. - Edward Lee Stogsdill, 65, died suddenly at noon Tuesday while working in his garden at his residence, 1003 Marshall St. Mr. Stogsdill was born Dec. 3, 1887 in Flo!la, Mo., a son of Silas and Malissa Stogsdill. He had re* sided ih the vicinity of Carllnvllle for the last 35 years. On Juno 15, 1951, he was married to Vella Armstrong who survives him, besides two children by a previous marriage, namely, Mrs. Loretta Goodwin, Carllnville. and Phinls Stogsdill, of Staunton; six grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Alice Scott, St. Louis, and Mrs. Sue Engrtian, Pasadena, Calif. Three sisters and a brother preceded him in death. The body was moved to the Wiesc funeral home. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Mrs. J. Woolsey JERSEYVILLE. - Mrs. Jennie Marie Woolsey, 75, wife of John B. Woolsey of Bertman Ave., died Tuesday at 4:30 p.m., at her home. A daughter of the late U. K. Eastham and Emma Rodell Eastham', she was born Aug. 10, 1877. Mrs. Woolsey was a member of Fidelity Baptist Church. Surviving in addition to her husband are four sons, Earl, Clifton, and Russell, of Jerseyville; Paul E., of Bethalto; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Ellis, St. Louis, and Mrs. Verna Davenport, of Jersey ville; three brothers, Charles Eastham, Decatur, and Harry and Arthur of Jerseyville; five grandchildren and one great grandchild. Four sons and a daughter preceded her in death. The body. Is at Jacoby Bros funeral home where friends may call after 7 p.m., today. Funeral rites will be conducted Friday at 2 p.m., at the funeral home by the Rev. Roy Bedinger of Potomac, 111. Burial will be in Oak Grove cemetery. Mrs. McClelland GREENFIELD — Mrs. , Jennie McClelland, 85, who was born near Greenfield, Dec. 26, 1867, died at 5:30 a. rn. today in Cedar Knoll nursing home where she had been a patient for eight months. A daughter of the late William and Anne Carson Hillis, Mrs McClelland was one of eight children, only one of whom survives. She was married Oct. 6, 1887, to John M. McClelland, who preceded her in death in March of 1940. Mrs. McClelland had been a member for many years of Greenfield Baptist Church and had been deeply interested in the church and its activities until failing health caused her retirement. Surviving are a son, Carson, and a daughter, Mrs. Eva^B. Harr of Greenfield; a brother, William Hillis of Venice; three grandchildren and ,five great-grandchildren, and nieces and nephews. One child, a daughter, died in infancy. The body is at Shields Memorial where friends may call. Funeral rites will be Friday at 2 p. m. in Greenfield Baptist Church with the Rev. D. E. Fisher of St. Louis, and the Rev. George F. McCowan, officiating. Burial will be in Hickory Grove cemetery, at Wrights. Ernest Paltzer Funeral services for Ernest Paltzer, 84, a life-long resident of West Alton, Mo., vicinity, who was found dead Monday at his farm home three miles East of West Alton will be conducted at 2 p. m. Thurs< day in West Alton Community Church. Burial will be in Ebenezer cemetery, West Alton. The body is at Wingbermuehle funeral home 3819 South Grand Ave., St. Louis. Mo., where friends may call until 10::iO a. m. Thursday when it will be brought to the church. Paltzer, who had never married, resided alone, and Monday when neighbors reported to a nephew. Clark Grunwaldt of near West Alton, that the elderly man hail not I b e e n seen for a few days, the nephew, accompanied by William Thomure, went to the Paltzer home to investigate. They found Paltzer dead, apparently a victim of a heart attack. , Surviving are a brother, Edward of West Alton, a niece, Mrs. William Schapper of St. Louis, and two nephews, George T. Bailey of St. Louis, and Clark Grunwaldt, IWest Alton. John A. Shanner John Abel Shanner, 72, died unexpectedly Tuesday afternoon of a heart ailment. Shanner, a retired Owens-Illinois Glass Co., employe, suffered the Attack about 2:45 p. m. and was moved to St. Joseph's Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival at 3 p. m. He had been in failing health for several years, but was able to be up and about until suffering the fatal attack. Shanner and his wile had made their borne for the past year with a graAddaughter, Mrs. Frederick Hess, 3508 Peasant Si. CARNIVAL fty IHcfi Tttme? T M. ««. U. ». »«. M. 6«)r. 1MI If MA III'.to. *» "That Freddie! I don't suppose he ever dreamed that night life meant anything but mosquitoes and lightning bugs!" North Alton Mother and Son Dinner Explorer Post 7 had a mother and son dinner Tuesday evening at EJm Street Prebyterian Church. About 51 Scouts and their parents attended the event. The evening meal was served by the fathers. Explorer Jay Hiatt was general chairman of the event and carried out all the planning for the program. i During the proceedings, Raymond Stockton, Marvin VanAus- doll and Henry Rodgers received apprentice explorer badges and 16 other boys received various merit badge awards. The group saw a film on the processing of steel. Tom Hunt, post advisor, recently returned from service in Korea and Japan, showed colored slides of both countries and had several articles from these countries on display during the eveing. Playground Improvements Members of the Hoffmiester Playground sponsoring group met Tuesday evening at the playground site to plan for moving the shelter house. The shelterhouse is still located at the Veteran Housing area. The group staked out an area for the building on the northesast corner of the playground just off of Hoffmiester St. The city has had lights installed on the grounds, and the men plan to intall playground equipment, if available, this weekend. The Northside Playground was scheduled for improvement this morning. Members of the athletic committee and Harold Bean, Alton recreation director, were on hand to work on the outfield. There will be independent softball games Friday and Saturday each week at Northside. . Lady Hug* to Meet Military Order of the Lady Bugs will meet at 7:30 p. m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. Pansy Mitchell at 836 Central Ave. The women will have their regular business meeting and are to elect a treasurer. Rummage Sale Saturday Sunshine Class o? Elm Street Presbyterian Church will have a summer rummage sale beginning at noon Saturday at the church. Gladiolus Society to Meet Thursday Night April meeting of the Edwardsville chapter of the Illinois Gladiolus Society will be held at 7:30 p. m. Thursday at the farm home of Julifis Hosto, two miles northeast of Alhambra. Dau R. O'Gorman of St. Louis will present an iluustrated talk on chrysantemums. Regional gladiolus show is scheduled for July 19. Pension Board Election Members of the Alton fire department held their annual election Monday to name a representative for a three-year term on the firemn's pension board, and elected Thomas L. Wheeler. The new trustee is a member of one of the platoon at the No. 1 hose house. A resident of Alton for 25 years, Shanner began work at Owens-Illinois Glass Co., shortly after coming to Alton, He operated a planer in the wood box department prior to his retirement in August of 1949. Born June 21,1880, at Plain view, he was a son of the late Charles A., and Esmah Billings Shanner. He was married March 7 ,1950, at Shipman, to Miss Kmma Q'CtonneU, who survives him. In addition to his wife, he is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Nellie Jeffery of Chesterfield, Mo., a brother, Victor of Carlinviile; a sister, Mrs. Viola Wadsworth, Plainview, five grandchildren, and three great grandchildren. Shanner was a member of Grace Methodist Church an4 fuaeral rites Friday at 10 a. m.wUJ t» com ducted in the church fy ttu* pastor, the Rev. L. E. Pu4». Burjaj will be in Plainview cemetery, Wain- view. The body is §t Burke funeral home where tmafa may call alter 7 p. m. today a&j until 9 a. m. Fri4ay wteu U will be taken u> the chiji-ch. Articles for the sale may be brought to the church Friday and Saturday morning. Junior Hi choir will practice at 6:30 p. m. Thursday at the church. They will sing at the morning worship Sunday at the church. The Young Adult Class of the churrh will meet at 7:30 p. m. Friday at the horr^e of their teach er, Mrs. Charles Walters, at 3106 Leverett Ave. This will be the regular monthly meeting for the group and all members are urged to attend. Girl Scout Meeting* Girl Scout Troop 43 of McKinley School met Tuesday at the school. The girls, who are working on craft projects, completed their work on reed fruit and bread baskets and varnished them; worked on painted pin trays and started making shell brooches. Other members of the troop are taking cooking lessons at Union Electric. Brownie Troop 68 of Old* Cathedral School elected their leaders at their meeting last Tuesday at the school. Trie patrol leaders named were Carol Conley, Sharold Leonard and Cecelia Swain. Linda Breganzer was elected troop treasurer. Mrs. George Wegener is troop leader and is assisted by Mrs. Louis Springman and Mrs. Clarence Achenbach. LEGAL NOTICt NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is hereby given to all persons that the first Monday in May, 19S3, is the Claim Date In the estate of Martha Clark, Deceased, pending in the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Dated this 27th day of March. 1993. BEULAH ESTHER JACKSON, Administratrix with will annexed. Attest: DALE HILT Probate Clerk. ANTHONY W. DALY, Attorney. NOTICE OF NEW CLAIM DATE Nolce is hereby given to all persons that the first Monday in June, 19S3, is the New Claim Date in the estate of Emil G. Mook, Deceased, pending in the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, and that claims mal be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Dated this 10th day of April, 1953. • LOTTIE BELLE MOOK, Administratrix. Attest: DALE HILT. Probate Clerk. RALPH T. SMITH, Attorney. April IS, 32, 29. EFFECTIVE AS OF TODAY, Mr. K. S. Hughes, former part-owner of Western Auto Associate Store, Fourth and State Sts., has sold his interest to H. A. Moore. All future transactions must have the approval of H. A. Moore. April 31, 22, 33 School Trustees of Foster Township are notifying the voters of Foster township that an election will be held on Saturday, May 2. 1883, from 1 to 2 p. m. at the Fosterburg School for the purpose of electing one school trustee. Mrs. Charles Gabriel, . Sec'y.-Treas. STATE OFTLLINOIS~~"i ~ COUNTY OF MADISON )"' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS. NOTICE GERALD DILLIARD. ) Plaintiff, i PATRICIA DU^IARD, ! Defendant.) DIVORCE CHANCERY NO. 18418 Notice is hereby given of the pend- ency of a suit in the Circuit Court of Madison County. Illinois, wherein GERALD DILLIARD is Plaintiff and PATRICIA DILLIARD is Defendant which suit Is No. 1B418 in Chancery and i* for Divorce. Defendant PATRICIA DILLIARD is to b» wrvcd by publication. Summons has been is»u*d returnable on the Ut Monday of June, 1993, and default may be taken on or after th* 1st Monday of June. 1993, in thf Court Hou*» in Sdwardaville, Illinois. SIMON KBLLBRMANN, Jr. Clerk Circuit Court. IRVING M. WISKMAN. Attorney lor Plaintiff, 024 K. Third RtoMt Alton, Illinois. April 33, 38. May 6. HARMON MONUMENT RALES Markers * M«»un»#nti on Display 618 Acton Av».. Wong Biv*r 4-8384 QUILTED BKD6i»B«Ar>~3 P«ir» ruffl* drug! to match, tt>« cilM eonditUui. 4-477J. __ ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - O i v • • h*lp to probtra) drioltM* Ui*l *-7m P. a of writ* Box 187 HUSBANPSI WIVES! Get Pep, Vim; (eel younger. Try QSTBWC TONIC TABLETS' today. fUO U*» only 88c. In Alton at Thrifty Drugs; *IM ' everywhere. Wl ta» faff »4fc"fgf BUMMAGS RAU-rriday. April 94th ?,.»: J* »» WJ«- «• M»*«»*'i 4R-NO. 1- B*«uJ*r p. m. Work ia i"fj <j_v rfto w*l*o«» W- UwwMt. V. c. •OOtKf IKS •» m LOBOf - No, 88. Sfltelil metting Tnuridiy, Aptil 83M, 1 p. m. Wot* in ftrtl OttrM. Vliltlnt breThren WfelCOffiC. V, n. WtlliMni, W. M, S1THALTO LODGE—MB, 409. Sp< mmtinf Tnundty, April 33, 7 p. Work in 3rd detm. Vtiltmt btitl Welcome. Special p. m. 'itnrtn W. K. Baker, W. M. STANDARD ANNUITY—Meet «t Mark's funeral home at 7 p. m. thia evening to pay mir respects f,o Jack Malqney. WOOD fttVtft LODOB—No. 1062. Special meeting Wednesday, April 22nd, a o'clock. E. A. degree. Visiting Brethren welcome. C. M. cortlne, W, M. II LOBT-flTRAtKD — •TOLRN LOST—White English setter with brown specks on feet and face. Answers to "Spec". Name of owner on collar. Reward. Phone 3-8789, FOUND—Male dog, black with whrte neck, speckled face and feet. 3-6108. LOST—Chest of tools. $30 reward. 819 Easton. Phone 3-8638. LOST—Lady's white gold wrist watch expansion band, downtoWn, Monday afternoon. Reward. 4-1833. GLASSES—Tn D?: Mlddleton brown leather case, East Alton Library, or Lytton's. Call 4-9288 or 3-7727. STRAYED OR STOLEN—Sunday afternoon, small brlndle bull dog with white markings. Answers to name of "Ike." Wearing black harness. Vicinity of East End. Reward. 3-8220. U NOTICES CUSTOM PLOWING—Garden plowing. Dial 4-7304. GARDENS PLOWED- -With garden tractor; Upper Alton or Milton area. Ph. 2-6103. GARDEN PLOWING—2-2002. MINNOWS—Worms and tackle. We five Eagle Stamps. Jim Baker Service Station, 3rd and EdwardsvilU Road, Wood River. STATE LICENSE , AND NOTARY SERVICE. CHARLIE CLARK, 608 E. BDWY. CLARK, I WANT! CUT GLASS WANTED—Antiques, old chinaware, glassware, furniture, oil lamps, iron toys. 3-3376.- NATIONAL LOCKSMITH—Mart Hauhe. Keys mad* for Locks, Safe Openings, New Safes. 718 Belle 2-0133. UA RIDERS RIDE or RIDERS—Wanted. North Alton to St. Louis. 8 to 3:30. 2-1393. RIDERS WANTED—Wood River to St. Loula via East St. Louis; 8 to 8. Call 4-3838 after e p. m. RIDE WANTED—To Naval Air Station or vicinity, dally. Dial 4-9646. 12A INSTRUCTIONS U. S. CIVIL SERVICE JOBSI Men. Women. 18-80. Start high as $316.00 month. 38,000 jobs open. Experience often unnecessary. Qualify NOW! Write for FREE 32-page book showing jobs, salaries, sample tests, requirements. Box 770 care of Telegraph. 14 MUSIC, DANCING, DRAMA ACCORDION — Spanish and Hawaiian mentS rented. Royal School of Music, guitar instruction. Beginners' instru- 17 HELP WANTED—MALE EXPERIENCED TIRE CHANGER—Coalfield Tire Co., 2200 E. Broadway, AlWn. MAN—Neat, age 22-48, with car to serve local route, well established, for national concern. Earn $80 per week while training. Phone 2-0194 between 6 - 8 p. m. — 7 - 8 a. m. MAN WANTED—For service station. Night shift. 11.30 hour. 6 and 7 day week. Martin Oil, West Alton. Mo. WANTED—Experienced furniture mover. Dial 4-6961 between 8 and S p. m. COMBINATION —New and used car salesman; automobile experience preferred, but other selling experience, acceptable. Apply in person. Walz Motor Co.. 1000 East Broadway. YOUNG MEN Under 28. High school graduate, car required. Intensive training program precedes advancement to managerial position. Oldest and largest company in its field. Plenty of advancement opportunity and job security. Good starting pay and employe benefits. See MR. KITKO between 9 and 3 Evenings by Appointments. HOUSEHOLD FINANCE .CORP. 123 West THIRD YOUNG MAN—To work in wholesale news agency S day week. Ochs News Agency, 1622 Bozza. PORTER — And deliveryman. Must be able to furnish' A-l references. Full time job. Good salary if able to qualify. Apply in person. Foster's Drug Store. WANTED—Man for beverage truck; must have chauffeur's license. Inquire at 713 East Fourth street. JOHNS-MANVILLE SALES Man.ambitious, of good character, refinement, age 30 to 90. High school or Setter eduaction. Must own car and be ready to accept position by May 11, 1953. Capable of earning about $9,000 annually, salary and commission. Engaged in an Important Johna-Manville expansion program. I am seeking a man to work locally in Madison County and surrounding area representing a Johns-Manville Approved Contractor. Tor personal interview, write fully giving age, education, experience and tele- Shone number. Address: W. Rawlings, ohns-Manville Sales Corp., 1000 Market St., St. Louis 1, Missouri. 18 HELP WANTED—FEMALE WHITE WOMAN—To sit with elderly woman 3 afternoons per week; no housework. 3-7930. WANTED—By group of doctors, filing clerk and receptionist. Experience not necessary but preferred. Write Box 730, care of Telegraph. WANTED—Experienced waitress, mid- dleaged preferred. Apply Northside Sweet Shop. 3604 State. MIODI^AGED LADY—White; to share home with mother that works. References. Between 8 and 9, 4-6414. OFFICE EMPLOYE—Typing and tome shorthand required. Permanent posi- tton. See Mr. Moore, Biedermans. WOMAN—To care (or child 8 days a week. Call alter 5 p. m. 3-9456. 1317 Central avenue. LADY WANTED-For bundle wrapping. White-Way Laundry. 003 Belle. 3-8331 WAITRESS—Experience not necessary. Apply days only. Rep Top Restaurant, 1301 Belle. WHitH WOMAN—To care for children while mother works shift work. 3-3119 SALESGIRL WANTED—Apply in person only between hours 9-12. 3933 College. WANTED—Girl for general office work 8 day week, vacation*, insurance benefits. Downtown office. Writ* Box 680. care Telegraph. WANTliO—Mature woman for part time stenographic work in downtown office. Write Bo* 700, care Telegraph. WOMAN WANTED —For light homework ana care of on* child- Furnish own ifanaporUtion. 8-8788. WAITBKfiR For evening shut „ „ Berime*. Apply Parkway Drive-ln, Wood BJv*r. GIBfc WAJfTro-To work to aauil of(te*. Must hay* typing e»pwi*nc*. Writ* »o» 870. care Telegraph. BECEPTIOHIST WANTIO-For physician's ollice. 9»p*ri*nce preferred- Box teo, car* Telegraph. WOMAN—To atay on place. General housework »od cooking- Private bom*. Bettrtnrtt Belleville^ UL Writ* B"V 630* WOMAM— s 0 **^; <t smom ftf CPmWUMI JtjfflHI RM M UW* QfiWjHtf A _flt. ATtOflrOf A utst" POtJft Inltlf * plan. Hiili [tinf to WWK imitmi. wert man ,. and call on retail trttft. Telegraph. ^^M^ ctra anumomnn UFFvJHTUl¥rrYi Alton temtoij otwfi for gjtpetiCTeM lltMtnMI. Aft 83-30. Call Otl gfOCWy trade. 9*11 ItMini nationally, «*»»• tittd prwnrett. Ciffur*— " MM. !«£«••».* lady fw Aitm Wfite Box BIO, COT Telegrap iaTea- ticiniiy. Plane pn. BITUATIUnS WANTED tKLKH\*EIJ MBAT VUTTSn-^WaniS ing ind Saturday work. PBon* 8193. li SITUATION EXPERIENCED COLORED IiAUT -— wotk by week of day. 8-flTM BvsiNr.au OPPORTUNITIES RESTAURANT FOR SALE - 6> owner, reasonable, doin; good business. Calll :30 to 5; 3- 9787; 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., 3-7403. ~~ Small garage; 3 rooms living quarters. all stock and fixture* ............ $5500 4 mile* north of Pearl on Route 100. Better see this. CALL J. W. ALLEN— 4-6494 BURNS & co. — 3-84si WOOD RIVER BEAUTY SALON — For sale. Oottd business. 3-9073 or 4-9377. WELlT ESTABLISHED RESTAURANT— County sejt town; same location 20 years; doing good business. Can seat 33. Lease includes modern living quarters, up-to-date equipment. Offered on 'account of health and priced to sell at $3800. Should pay out within a few months. Call or write E. Z. Curnutt, Agent, Carrollton, ill. BUSINESS SERVICE »• DRESSMAKING—TAILORING COVERED BUTTONS — Belts and buttonholes. 24-hour service. Central Sewing Supply Co., 14 W Broadway. Dial SLIP COVERS—And draperies expertly made; free estimates It samples. 4-8343 S3 BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS RENT OUR ELECTRIC SAW—V4 Inch drill, occlllatlng sender, extension ladder, pipe tools. What do you need? 2-1456. LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED AND REPAIRED—A Stupperich, 3106 Alby. Phone 2-4268. WATER WELL DRILLING—New outfit. Guaranteed service. Orient Drilling Co., Jerseyville. 2975-W4. FLAGSTONE BUILDING STONE—And driveway rock. GILLENWATER. Dial 3-8308. ' TREE SPECIALIST Trim Tops, Take Down & Haul Away. Insured. Free Estimates. ED KRAUT. Phone 4-9343. RED & WHITE SANITARY SERVICE ' Cesspools, Septic Tanks and Outside Vaults, cleaned, day or night Call Wood River 4-8063 or 4-3468. TREE SERVICE Have your trees trimmed, now. Free estimate. We devote our full time to tree service. Phone 2-4840 or 4-3970. M. C. LOVE, Tree Service GUTTERING Spouting, metal chimney covers. Free estimates. White's Tin Shop. 2-1424. CESSPOOLS and Septic Tanks pumped and repaired. Dial 4-3281 or 2-4195. BLOCK LAYING Chimneys tuok-pointed. $10 up. Concrete wock of air kinds, yard work. Dial 4-7969 after 5 p.m. CARPENTRY REPAIRS—Block laying, electrical work, sewer repairs, concrete work. Dial 4-9091. ROWLAND REFRIGERATION SERVICE 317 GERSON STREET Dial 2-8848 SEPTIC TANKS — And cess pools pumped and cleaned. Also .repairs. Most reasonable rates. Call 4*8251 or 3-4198. 83 BUILDING CONTRACTORS CEMENT WORK See us for modern ideas in Concrete Ornamental Rock & Cement Works, Inc. ROY WOOD, Mgr. Dial 3-8774. Bethalto, 4625. CONTRACT CEMENT WORK — Of all kinds. Union Work. Free estimates. LYNN WOOD, 3603 Franor. Phone 3-9203 - 3-3151. GENERAL CONTRACTING — Brick, block or rock laying. Tuckpointing, plastering and cement finishing. Phone 2-6496. M. IM. Workman, contractor. MASONRY CONTRACTING — Brick, block, tuck pointing and rock laying. Plaster patching. E. L. Henderson, 2-9454. GENERAL CONTRACTING - Brick, block or rock laying. Tuckpointing, plastering and cement finishing. Phone 2-6496. M. M. Workman, contractor. CARPENTER WORK WANTED—Cabinet work a specialty. Phone 4-2593. DECORATING CARPENTER—Interior or exterior paint- Ing and carpenter repair. Dial 2-9319. WALLPAPER CLEANED — And walls washed; wallpaper removed. 3-2833. FLOOR SANDING — And reflnishlng. Interior painting. Reasonable rates. For free estimates dial 3-6914 or 3-3230. INTERIOR & EXTERIOR PAINTING— Property and workmen insured. Union work. Free estimate. Bethalto Painting tc Decorating. Bethalto. Phone 3481. INTERIOR and EXTERIOR PAINTING and decorating. 3-9141 — 3-0871. INTERIOR - EXTERIOR .DECORATING —Plastering, patch plastering, removing wallpaper. Free estimates. Dial 3-8664 «8 RADIO A» T. V. REPAIRING ROBERSON RADIO & TELEVISioTT" SERVICE 3011 State, Alton. Phone 3-4313 Guaranteed Service ACOCKS & WILKINSON Radio and Television Service 12; W. 5th, Roxana We convert to U.H.F. Open 9 to 9, except Saturday, 9 to S 4-3914 UHF CONVERTERS—For Admiral. Zenith, Westinghouse. Channel 84, installed 113.98. Wilcox Radio and Television 3613 State, Alton. Dial 3-7443. FOSTERAD10-TV-SERVIC! 2-0442 Robert L. Foster—North Alby Road Conscientious Courteous Reliable RADIO & TELEVISION SERVICE SQUARE DEAL SHOP 720 E. BROADWAY - 3-9411 R8VBN MEM TO SERVE YOU HOMK BUILDING 8KRVIOK CARPENTER REPAIR— Screen*' painted and installed. Odd jobs. Ph. 3-1841 «• •TOBAUK — MOYINO FOR QUICK MOVIH6 Phone 3-7630 3-8340 9-7484 PRES BELCHER MOVERS AGiNTS rOB VON-DER-AHE Van LINES ANYWHERE IN 48 STATES AJfa «jtf£k maviag ol ftovM, r*frittr» »»J»^g B V l * i ' " ^ SMITH IROSTMOVING ~~ LOCAL - LONG O18TANC DIAL 4-6561 U W. Ferguaon. Wood Biver URJ8O FUBjrtTUBg BOUGHT 4 SOLO McCOY TRANSFER CO. C4U, YQUB TBJ>( A, NEVLIN MOVING _STOIAG|__ LOCAL AND IOWC DISTANCI Af/mtURNfl ft fMft rut 3 Ruum APr.—UpItWrt. PTIViti Nfn, Mat tntf water furniinctf. Atfttlt*. OT fin nh. TWO ->- LarnttnnirnitnM_ tnittnvni rwMMt utimtn Turmitmi. JPMJJtf «j- trtno*. children wtieonw. Pftuna MMOB 938 month. W~fWWI tffyFttftll flfiQ WHIM* fitPm—_,— _ — Alfon Roll Estiti Exenitifi 716 E, 4TH ST, DIAL 2-9797 HKUUM FU •ltd Witw and bath, cm • APr,—Qai, lights I. Prtvati entrain 3 FunhiaiuiD RODMa «grot • rent. Call 931 Jtoat Fourth at. WtdKLV FuHNlBH»-3 room apt. Pn- v«te entrance and bath. Adulti only. 3-3718. 2 LARGE FURNISHED ROOMS — _ATT modern: no children. 104 Herman, East Alton, 4-4888. ftooM ApARfMEttT-Ait utilities fur- mined. No objection to baby. $18 week, call after 4:30, 4*6354. 135 Eait Aeton, Wood River. B FURNISHED ROOMS—Upstairs, front and back entrance. Shower bath, hot water, lights and heat furnished, work- mg couple preferred. 408 Market. WILL SUB-LEASE—8 room efficiency with Pullman kitchen and bath. $87.60. 3 RdOM M6DERN APT. — Immediate occupancy. Schawrti Bldg. 'Apply Schwartz Appliance Co., Edwardsvllle, HI. 3 ROOM ApT.-Private entrance. 3-4*93 •OU8RS fOR' «BWT • ROOM MODERN HOME—With garden plot. Phone 3-3585. FOR RENT or LEASE—New home In choice location. Available June 1st. 4 rooms and bath down, can sublet 3- room furnished apt upstairs. Private entrances and bath. Sox 640, care Telegraph. FOR RENT—3 room unfurnished house, near town. Adults only. Call 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. 4-3435. 48 FURNISHED MOUSES 3 ROOM MODERN—In rear. Middleaged couple. 3-6508 after 7 p. m. 4 ROOMS—Modern. Newly furnished. $180. 4-3097 or 4-6707. EAST ALTON — 1 furnished rooms. 4-4889. SMALL 2 ROOM HOUSE — Furnished. Call 4-2681. WILL SUB-LEASE—My 5 room home for June, July and August. Reasonable rent. Children accepted. Write T. J. Fltagibbon, R. R. No. 2, Alton, 111. WANTED —Middleaged couple to share home with elderly woman.• Centrally located. Near bus and close to town. Box 670, care Telegraph. BUSINESS PLACES OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT—$25 to $50 per month. 133-137 W. Third St. Ph. DElmar 8767. t 51 OFFICE AND DESK ROOM NORTH ALTON Office space for rent, first floor. Ideal for professional man. Call 3-3881 or 2-0313. COMBINATION—Office and warehouse space, Milton road. Large parking area. Clyde Bellsmlth, P. O. Box 71, Alton. Phone Portage Den Sioux, Mo.. 9377. MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT—Trailer space; modern facilities. Call 4-8056. WANTED TO BEN* TWO RESPONSIBLE ADULTS —Want house or duplex to rent or lease; good care assured in exchange for reasonable rent. Wood River or East Alton. Phone 2-6374. WANTED—Small stock farm to take care of or small house in country by disabled veteran and family. 1213 Rhodemeyer. 2 or 3-BEDROOM HOME—Wanted by family of 4. References. H. F. Venardos, 2-1683. CHEMIST—Recently employed by Olin Industries, desires 6 or 7 room house. Can furnish references. Call 4-3711. Ext. 659. FAMILY OF 3—Wants 3 or 4 room fUr- nlshed or unfurnished apt. or house before May 15. Phoiie 2-7744. WANTED TO RENT—Former resident of Alton with family desires 4 or 5 room house or apartment in Alton or immediate vicinity. Immediate occupancy desired. Call St. Louis Collect, Delmar 9395. WANTED—2 or 3 room furnished apt. Working couple. Dial 2-8810. WANTED TO RENT—5 or 6 room modern house. Adults. Permanent. Call 4-4569. 4 or 5 ROOM HOUSE—By May 1st or before. Phone 3-0453, 4-4217, 4-8594. WANTED — 3 room modern furnished apt. Private bath, for professional em- ploye of Wood River Hospital. Must be available by May 8. Dial 4-3821, extension 23. Mrs. Elliott. SHELL EMPLOYE—Recently transferred to this area, urgently needs 2-be4room house or apt., unfurnished. References. 2-8834. ENGINEER — Want* 2 or 3-bedroom house; two children. References. Phone 3-9165. oe BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR SALE—North Alton business district, store building. Six room apartment upstairs. Write Box 550, care Telegraph. FARMS * LAND ALTON REALTY CO. 613 E. Broadway. Phone 2-6233 FARM FOR SALE I'/i miles west of Fieldon, 30 acres. 4 room house, electricity, large barn and several outbuildings. $4,000, or would trade for house close to Alton, MOORE .... 2-3322 WEST 2-7301 JOHNSON . . 3-8284 80 ACRES — 60 tillable. New 4 room house with bath $12,750 Can be bought on contract. MOURNING REALTY CO. . Jerseyville, 111. 'Phone 179-W. SPECIAL FARM FOR SALE 100 acres of land in high state of cultivation. Has a 6 room-modern house, barn, garage, 3 corn cribs, wash house, plenty of good water, 2 wells, spring and big pond. Has 25 acres of growing wheat. Will sell on contract or will take a house In on • trade. This property must sell right away $35,000 MOURNING REALTY CO. 106 E. Pearl St. Jerseyville, 111. Phone 179-W or 373-W FOR SALE OR TRADE 44'/a acres, Itt miles North Bethalto, on good oil road. B acres pasture, balance in cultivation. Part bottom. 6 room modern home. Good barn, other outbuildings. New fencing. Ideal for industrial worker or retiring couple. Will consider trading for town reii- JOHN BERIGAN, REALTOR 4-8614. After 9 P. M. Chappell, 3-8478 300 W. Main WILL SACRIFICE—Leaving farm. 3-8978 80-ACRJC FARM—30 miles from Alton. 65 acres in cultivation, 6 room modern bourn, good barn. Would consider trading for Alton property. Price . $13,000 Ceil TOM G»80N-a-4358 r Eli M. Greer Agency ' IT ACRIkV-g relies from Upper Alton .op Seminary road- 0 room all modem home, good leaping. Immediate posiea- •ion, FrW " I13.BM Call CLARENCE H, HALB 84978 8AUB--TO »e«}e Mtate. 84fl 'Grand Vie LOT 125 x 100 (Puttible 3 low i ONLY $1900 CLEM NOLL AGENCY Otto* Ffc S^MM. gveoiagi «• LABGI U»f • fOl J4U LABGl Cloa* .By fWfflfr i ttSSuu Kpp>il» •^P^sVi>* _ HA1TFOID •U fuU iB taw* PMC*> W- 4WWJ 4-6484 * CO., I-84U flBAuTirUL 5 ROOM HO 8t< JlTBflt Pif0plt64( _KnOlt UPPER ALTON 5 rooms ind den, virv large kit- chin, 3 bcdroomi, till bath, full bnomtflt with ifokor heat. Houif 5 ftffri «W ind in ptrfief condition, Insulated, combination storm windows and doors, *•• nttian blinds, comer lot with foneid back yard, Convenient to schools and BUS, Prlc* $12,600 R. H, HESSENPLOW, Realtor 4.3893 Evenings Dial Andrieta Henderson 4-3517 Better tee this on* Quick—8 l«rg« room bungalow, garage. Everything U nice, floor*, basement, yard and neighborhood, Jtut a nice, dean, comfortable home, priced to tell quick. $11,500 CLAZEBROOK ACENCf VERNON JOHNSON 2-3398 UPPER ALTGN ' 8 ROOMS—Large/4vlng room with fireplace. Can be used a* 3 bedrooms. Attached garage, gas heat. Very nice. Hardwood floors. Paved street. Close to i buses and schools. NORTH ALTON VERY NICE 8 ROOMS—Large living room, fireplace. May be used as 4 bedrooms. 3 car garage. On' bus route. Close to schools. Price $18,800 CARL OR VIOLA TUBTKEN 3-5095 HARRY DREW AGENCY—2-iafl« _ OR 2-0412 WOOD RIVER STATE AID ROAD «-room modern $.1BOO SOUTH 13TH 4-room modern $7450 EDWARDSVILLE RD. 4-reom modern ." J57.W WHITELAW 5-room modern $875« LONGFELLOW 5-room furnished , *52S« SOUTH 7fH ST. 4V4 -room modern '... *B450 SOUTH CENTRAL 4-room modern $0500 HAMILTON 4-room modern $Rino SOUTH 7TH ST. 5-room modern «. .. . . $10,500 HARRY F. HEMPHILL AGENCY Phone 3-3584; after 6 p.m. 3-7188 or 2-4983 FOR SALE or TRADE—One 4-room house with 3-room house on rear of lot. Phone 4-3747. ' RIEHL AGENCY 6 ROOM MODERN—Plus 3 room apt. for Income. Low down payment. 2-7723. 3-5777 FOR SALE—New house, 4 rooms and bath, all modern, and one acre nf land, 2 miles north of Fralrietown. Emtl Kuethe. FOR SALE — By owner, new 5 room brick, garage attached. Milton area. $14,000. Call 2-7404. $1500 DOWN 215 WHITELAW, W.R. 5 room completely modern home, full basement, oil heat, HWF. Full prira $8700 For appointment BOB WUTHENOW 2-6335 or 3-3584 Hemphill Agency EAST ALTON—For sale by owner, larg« 5 room frame, plus 3 room apt. for Income. Double garage, good location near school and bus. Price $12.000. 4-2264. BY OWNER—Bluff, newly painted. 7 rooms, stoker, sun porch, fireplace, 2- car garage, full basement. Call 2-5475. $1000 CASH ' DOWN PAYMENT WOOD RIVER—5 room modern with full basement, garage, on paved street. Very good location. Full price. .$8400 H. H. HESSENFLOW, REALTOR U .WOOD RIVER AVE. DIAL 4-3803 _.. EVENINGS: 4-3517, 4-2176. 4-7748 4 ROOM MODERN HOME—For sale. Cal) 3-9377 mornings. . 4 ROOMS—Cottage Hill*. Modern. $1.000 down. Good furnace $8800 RIEHL AGENCY 2-7722 - 3-5777 - 3-9156 - 3-8093 419 BRENTWOOD 5 room brick veneer, and sun room; all large rooms; newly decorated, insulated. Large lot. Price $15,750 CARL or VIOLA TUETKEN 3-5095 Harry Drew Agency—2-1296 FOR SALE 4 ROOM — Breezeway, attached garage, corner lot, good location $8950 4 ROOM — All modern, 10 acres, automatic oil heat, small lake, 10 miles of North Alton $8950 4 ROOM — All modem frame, corner lot, basement garage, automatic heat $950C 4 ROOM — 1 acre, less than 1 year old, full basement, stairway to attic, all hardwood floors $10,000 6 ROOM — Modern, gas automatic heat, near schools, bus and stores, immediate possession, will sell or trade for anything. $10,500 GODFREY ROAD — 4V 2 room, breezeway, attached garage, large lot $14,500 GODFREY — New 6 room brick, breezeway, attached garage, restricted subdivision, sewer, gas, large lot $20,475 GODFREY ROAD -6 room brick, sun room, fireplace, 2 car garage, 2 acres, strawberries, fruit trees, asparagus, excellent location $26,500 HARTFORD — 4 room frame, full % basement, 2 car garage $7500 Very nice selection of apartment buildings in all sections of Alton and Wood River, DRIVE IN — Lunch room equip. nent and building, could also have root beer stand, ice cream, no other drive M close by, located in Alton, can be handled

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