Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 14, 1951 · Page 9
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THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1951 THE REGISTER-NEWS -- MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS SOCIETY. Married in Church Miss Beuliih RogcrN Weds Mt. Vernnn HlRh School Teacher Miss Bculah Rogers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rogers of McLeansboro, became the bride of Lloyd R. DcWiK, Sunday morning, June 10, at the First Baptist Church of Hcrrin. The Rev. W. A. Shoopman, pastor of the church and former pa.s- tor of the First Bapti.st Church of McLeansboro, performed tiio double ring ceremony. After the prayer which followed the vows, Mrs. W. A. Shoopman played an . fha. "Lord's Pray. arrangement of the er. and The attendants were Mr. Mrs. Donald Gruhb of Carbondale friends of the bride and groom. After a broai<fust served to the wedding party, the bride and groom left for a trip to North Carolina and Virginia. The bride' was graduated from the University of Illinois from which she also has her Master's degree. Before her marriage she was a teacher of English and speech at the McLeansboro Township High School. The groom also has his Bachelor's and Master's degrees from the Universitv of niinois. He is a teacher of English and ioumal- Ism at the Mt. Vemon Township Hif?h School. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt will make their home in Mt. Vernon. Choir Rehearsal The First Methodist Choir will rehearse this evening at 7:30 p. m. V.F.W. Auxiliary The V.F.W. Ladies Au .Kiliary will hold its regular meeting at eight o'clock this evening, Wesleyan Service Guild Installs New Officers The Weslcyan Service Guild of Wesley Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs. Arthur Gardner, Tuesday evening, with Mrs. Helen Blaine as co-hostess. " Mrs. Georgia Rash presented fhe program, "I Too Shall Live." Other tops were given by Lily Wood Lottie Harelson, Marie Eaton and Chloe Cummins. Ula Hindman gave a very interesting chapter of the study book, "Near East Panorama.'' Mrs. E. C. Michels. wife of the new minister of Wesley Church, { •resided at an impressive candle ight installation service, at which the following new officers of the E jild were installed: president, ily Wood; vice nresident, Marie Eaton; secretary, Lucille Jones; treasurer, Evelyn Gardner; promotion secretary. Ula Hindman: •piritual life secretary, Pauline Wielt; missionary education, Alta Davis; Christian social relations and church activities. Helen Blaine; supply secretary, Lottie Harelson; membership, Lola White; and steward, Chloe Cummins. Guests present were: Mrs. Homer Scrivnor, Mrs. Bi'ucc Smith and Mrs. Herbert Carpenter. Refreshments were served by the hostesses assisted by Mrs. Carpenter. PERSONAL Prospective Bride —Mary Jane Studio Photo) M R. AND MRS. DONALD E. PRICE leaving Wesley Methodist Church following their marriage Sunday, June 3. Mrs. Price is the former Miss Barbara Ann Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Davis, and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hallie Price of this city. TWO O'CLOCK SUNDAY AFTERNOON, June 3, Miss r-% Barbara Ann Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Davis, 305 Perkins Avenue, became the bride of Donald E. Price, in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. E. C. Michaels at the Wesley A Family Gathering A family gathering in honor of Mr, and Mrs. Evert Upchurch and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Upchurch and /Children Terri Ann and Gary Gene, all of Alamost, Colo., was held at Mt. Vernon City Park Sunday. A basket dinner was served at noon and the afternoon was spent In renewing old acquaintances. Others attending were; Mr. and Mrs. Otho Upchurch, Mr. and Mrs. Evan Upchurch and children. Judy, Linda and Merrill; Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Tharp, all of Dahlgren; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wx-ight of Ewing; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ward and daughter, Ruth Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ward, and Mr. and Mrs. Van Ward and daughter, Melanie, all of Carmi; Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Upchurch and children, Billy, Betty Byron and Bruce of Enfield; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wright and daughter of McLeansboro; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Gifford of West Frankfort; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wright and daughter, Beverly Ann of Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Verne Ratliff and son, Roger, of Belle Rive; Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Wright and sons, Richard, Ronald and Roger; Mr. and Mrs. Duane Wright and son Terry Lee, all of Mt. Vernon.' Iilons Club A motion picture film prepared the Military Transport Air 'acuation Command in charge of Gen. Wilford E. Hall of Mt. Vernon, and showing the evacuation of wounded from battle grounds was presented at the Lions Club yesterday by Dr. Andy Hall, father of General Hall. In describing the work being performed by this unit of the Air Force. General Hall said 2,000,000 patients had been transported since the start of the program in 1943. It has been found to be more economical to bring the patient to the doctor and have him near his friends and relatives for a better recovery from battle wounds. President Schroeder announced that the Lions Club would continue to have their stand at this year's Mt. Vernon Fair. Installation of officers for the new year will be held Wednesday evening, July 18th. Guests of the club were PI. S. Whalen, Jacksonville, HI., C. W. Lotshaw. E. St. Louis, 111.; Howard Teller, Chicago, 111.; Carl Powers, Joe Snider and Jimmy Ibatta of Mt. Vernon. Methodist Church. ....Banks of palms, illuminated by candles in seven branched candelabra provided the background for the ceremony. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. Chloe Cummins, organist, played "Always" and "Indian Love Call," and accompanied: Miss Shirley Nolfa who sang "Because," "Ah, Sucot Mystery of Life" and the "Lord's Prayer." The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white satin, trimmed with a small collar of lace, and long sleeves of lace, which ended in points over the hand. She wore a shoulder length veil of lace and carried an arm bouquet of pink roses. Miss Nancy Corder served as maid of honor, wearing a gown of blue pique, made with an overskirt of white net. She wore a white ribbon in her hair and carried an arm bouquet of white daisies. The bx-idesmaids, Mrs. Dwight Bumpus, Mrs. Thomas Short, Miss Norma Postor. and Mrs. Elroy Dulaney, wore gowns similar in style to that of the honor attendant; Mrs. Bumpus and Mrs. Short in chartreuse and Miss Poston and Mrs. Dulaney in pink. Their flowers were daisies. Mr. Price, who was attended by Robert Pitts as honor attendant, had Bill Cummins and Ed Lively as ushers. Mr. Price is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hallie Price, 910 Conger avenue. Mrs. Davis/ mother of the bride, wore a gown of printed pink silk, a corsage of white roses, and white accesso:-;es. Mrs. Price; mother of the bridegroom, wore navy blue and white silk. Following the ceremony,,,a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Dulaney, brother-in-law and sister of the bride. The bride's attendants, assisted hy Miss Betty Ann Loehr, assisted at the reception. Both the bride and gi-oom were graduated from Mt. Vernon high school in 1950. He is employed by Dowzer Electric Machinery Company, and she is with Illinois Bell Telephone COinpany. When the new Mr. and Mrs. Price departed for their wedding trip through the Ozarks, Mrs. Price wore a costume of navy and white and a corsage of white roses. Upon their return, the young couple will make their home in Mt. Vemon. Out of town guests attending the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Lee Beapy of Certtralia; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dooley, Hot Springs, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rinery of Chicago; Mrs. Roy Shehorn and children of LaPort, Ind.; Mrs. Mae Ayers of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Parker of Evansville, Ind.; and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Davis and children of Dahlgren. Judson Casey of Centralia spent esterday in this city transacting lusiness. John Rackaway, John Miller, Chap Rackaway, and Guy Henry attended the Cardinal - Dodger baseball game in St Louis Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Nero Burr Of Detroit, Mich, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Thompson of Evansville are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Beppler and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lowe in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hoagland of Alton and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Handeleaon of St. Louis have returned to their homes after visiting here with Mrs. Maude Shaw and Mrs. Madge Pennington. While in this city they attended • birthday dinner given in honor of Mrs. Shaw and Mrs. Mary Clark. Mrs. Virgil Howell and daughter, Linda, of Mattoon, spent yesterday and last evening in this city as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Busch. Mrs. Howell is a former Mt. Vernon resident. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Conlee of EI Reno, kla. are visiting relatives and friends in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Dycus spent yesterday in Kirkwood, Mo. George Brownlee of Chicago was a Mt. Vemon business visitor yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Snider and son, Jimmy, of Columbia, Mo. were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Jack H. Cave Wednesday. Mrs. Anna Davey of Belle Rive was the guest of her niece, Mrs. Harry Johnson, yesterday. Mrs. Sybil Hayes is confined to htf home on the Fairfield road by an eye infection. Miss Shirley Doris Canter has departed to spend the summer with relatives in Oklahoma City and McAlister, Okla. She is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. John White in Okla^ homa City. Mrs. L. E. Ostrom and son, Jim, of Kilgore, Tex., and niece, Ellen Claire Ostrom of Bristow, Okla., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Tate and family. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Upchurch and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Upchurch and children, Terri Ahn and Gary Gene, of Alamosa, Colo., who have spent the past week visiting relatives and friends in southern Illinois, have departed for Peoria where they will be the guests of relatives there. Before returning to their home in Colorado, they will visit Ray and Charles Upchurch in Iowa, who are the brothers of Evert Upchurch. Mrs. O. C. Page and son, Mike, of Columbus, Ohio, are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Roberson. Mrs. Hattie Obrist of St. Louis is the guest of her son -in -law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Fancher. Mrs. Clinton Decker, who fractured her hip in a fall at the home of her daughter, Mrs, George Sager, early this week, is a patient at the City Hospital in Anna. Both Mrs. Decker and Mrs. Sager are former Mt. Vemon residents and Mrs. Decker had visited her granddaughter, Mrs. Paul Trees here on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skinner have returned from a business trip to Chicago. E. M. Dare, Harvey Hughes, James Koeningsmark, Murray Eckert, Norman Clark, Roy L. Simpson, A. Paul Fellinger, and Leland B. Elliott spent last evening in Salem attending a meeting of the southern Illinois Life Un^ derwriters Association. Mrs. Blanche Rogers has return' ed from a business trip to Alton. National 4-H Camp Is Open WASHINGTON. June 13. - The week-lond 21st National 4-H national camp opened here today. More than 200 farm youngsters from all over the U. S. and its territories bustled wide-eyed around the capitol sight seeing. Two high points (or the delegates tomorrow will be a meeting with President Truman and a talk by Agriculture Secretary Brannon. Mr. Truman will get a 4-H key at an 11:30 a. m. ceremony. Secretary Brannan will speak on "Our part in building America's might." Miss Truman Has Lunch With Queen By Aitocldad Prtu OTTERDAM, The Netherlands, June 14—Margaret Truman boarded U. S. Ambassador Selden Chapin's yacht the "Half Moon" here today enroute for a whirlwind tour of Belgium after visiting The Netherlands. Miss Truman spent two days here during which she lunched with Queen Juliana and dined with Foreign Minister D. U. Stikker, —(Pavledes Photo) M ISS BETTY LOU WILT, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Wilt, 404 North Eighth Street, whose ensajre- ment and approaching marriage to Walton Reece Willis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Willis, 25 Northbrook Drive; is being announced informally. The marriage will take place at the First Baptist Church at seven o'clock the evening of June 28. 4-H NEWS Bethel Daisies 4-H Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Mary Day, Friday afternoon at two i o'clock. Dr. Whitaker DENTIST First National Bank BIdg. Phone 1022 rand NaUoort BtmihChatfc INDUSTRIAL PRINTING RAPID SERVICE Let us help you design Industrial printed matter that will mean greater ef- ficieney; greater produc> tion. Delivery guaranteed on dote promised. CALL 118 FOR SERVICE Mt. VernoB Reglster-IVewa START YOUR VACATION TRIP WITH A LIKE-NEW RUNNING CAR NOTICE Bethel School BulldtnK District No. 82 will be open from 12 Noon until 7:00 P. M. (or Bond Election, Sat., Jnne 16, 1951. Any painting contracto* interested In biddlnir on Interior painting should contact the Board at the school during tha« time. The Board reserves the right toi reject any or all bids. GALE DeMENT, Pres. KENNETH COLLINS. Sec ^ REBUILT ENGINES For PLYMOUTH '41-'48 Plan%«Recital Piatio students of Mrs. J. R. Cochran will be presented in a recital Friday evening at the Central Church of Christ, beginning at 8 o'clock. Pupils to play at this time are: Janice Record, Andy. Henderson, Marj' Ann Greer, Marshall Hayden, Donald Neal, Lnda Lou Purcell, Marietta Hendt>'son, Ola Harris, Dueen Gilbert, .•*x ;;ne Williams, .Roger Cowen, Jerry Bciine, Verla Ann Standerfer, Olenva Holdren, and Shirley Keller. The program will include a two piano number played by Olenva Holdren and Shirley Keller. They will play the first movement of the "Concerto lifi D Majoi-" by Haydn, arranged by Rudolph Ganz. The public is invited to attend. Old Union Unit Old Union Unit of Home Bureau will meet with District II, Friday afternoon at two o'clock at the Summersville Schook The major lesson, '^omemaking Can Be Interesting" will be given by Jefferson County Home Advisor, Miss Anna Betty Huck. The minor lesson, "Refreshing Summer Drinks" will be presented by a local leader. Cradle Roll Party Children enrolled in the cradle roll and nursery departments of First Methodist Church, arid their mothers, will be entertained with a party, Saturday afternoon at the church, beginning at 3:30 o'clock. Newcomers Club The dining room fo the Bowl Steak House was attractively decorated in a June bride theme for the meeting of Welcome Wagon Newcomers Club held last evening. A bridal bouque formed the centerpiece for the speakers table and tiered platforms, formed of paper plates and cups, topped by a miniature bride was in the center of each of the smaller tables. Mi's. Paul Simpson, Mrs. W. A. Brennan and Mrs. S. A. Dulgeroff were hostesses for the evening. Club president, Mrs. D. L. Scott, introduced and welcomed as new members, Mrs. Stan Korleara of New York City, Mrs. E. M. Stiles of East St. Louis, Mrs. Charles Stephens of Benton and Mrs. Robert Ingles of Beardstown. The club's charter president, Mrs. Virgil Howell, who now reside in Mattoon, was also a guest. Mrs. W. R. Hayman, blood bank chairman, announced that the Bloodmobile will be in Mt. Vernon June 22nd. Mrs. Scott made an announcement regarding the Red Cross classes in home nursing, which will begin next week. Following dinner and the business session, the guests played bridge, canasta and pinochle. High scores were made by Mi's. W. R. Hayman, Mrs. George Ald- ricii and Mrs. Leslie Kuykendall. Second high scores were made by Mrs. Max Gage, Mrs. L. L. Fuchs and Mrs. Elmer Bland. Consola­ tion prizes were given to Mrs. Paul Smith, Mrs. John Bird and Mrs, Louise Kraft. , Mrs. Keith Wood was presented with the floral centerpiece. BOY SCOUT NEWS The regular meeting of Cub Pack No. 102 will be held Friday evening at the north end of City Park at s^ven o'clock. All Cubs and parents of Cubs are invited to attend Circus exhibits will be put on by the various dens. Parents who have children of Cub age are invited to attend the meeting. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF LETTING (1) Sealed proposals will be received in the office of the Village until 5:30 o'clock P. M. CST, June 26, 1951 for furnishing materials required in the maintenance Art. St. of the Municipality of Bluford and at that time publiqly opened and read. (2) Proposals shall be submitted on forms furnished by the Municipality which may be obtained at the office of Village Clerk, and shall be enclosed in an envelops endorsed "Material Proposal, Sec tion Maintenance." (3) The right is reserved to reject any and all proposals and to waive technicalities. Proposal guarantee will not be required. A surety bond for the full amount of the" award will not be required. By ORDER of President and and Board of Trustees. H. C. LOVIN, Village Clerk. June 13, 1951 6-21 FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS 5c pilNiniE PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction at 15th & Casey Av«. on SATURDAY, JUNE 16tb The, Following Articles: 4 ROOMS OF HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS—All Like New 1 R. C. A. Radio Comb. AM & FM. 1 Table Model R. C. A. Radio. 3 Platform rockers 1 Living room suite. 4 End tables. 1 Smoking stand. 1 Large mirror. 9x15 Axnilnster rug Jfc pad, like new. 1 Lot throw rugs. 1 Lot pictures. 1 Lot lamps. 1 Singer sweeper, almost new. Twin beds, springs and Innerspring matress. Roll-a-way bed, with Innerspring mattress. 1 Vanity dresser. 1 Chest of drawers. 1 Metal closet. 1 Electric clocks. 1 Table top gas stove. 1 Chrome breakfast set. 1 11' Crosley Shelvador refrigerator. 8 Metal cabinets. 1 Desk and chair. 1 Cedar chest. S Odd chairs. 1 Washing machine and twin tubs. 1 Lot of bed spreads. 1 Lot of linens, sheets and pillow cases, blankets. 26 new quilts, and drapes. 1 Good set of dishes, lots of odd dishes. 1 Electric waffle Iron. 1 Electric toaster. 1 All wool mattress pad. 1 Lot canned fruit. 30 Small rugs, like new. TERMS—CASH MRS. ALPHA WEBB Deceased — Owner 15th and Catay St. CABI^ KRAATZ. AacttOMW nitn. m. 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