Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 14, 1951 · Page 11
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 11

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THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1951 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS BELLE RIVE PKARL HORTON, Carratpandant Sgt. and Mrs. Marios C. Ford from Camp Campbell, Kentucky, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ford from Washington, D. C. are visiting with their sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kiefer. Martin Hampton who is working in Long Beach, California is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. FreeJand Harvey and family of Bakersville, California, visited Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Chancy and daughters. Frank Spillor of Winter Haven, Florida, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baker. J Mrs. Nellie Laird of Mt. Vernon # who has been visiting her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baker returned to her home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Allen returned home Monday 'from Longmont, Colorado, where they were called on acount of the illness of their granddaughter, Sharon Lewis. They report her doing nicely. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tucker Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Horton, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds and 0 family of Waltonville. Mrs. Lina Smith spent a lew days the past week with Mrs, Dottie Parfitt. Master Ronnie Austin of Norris City is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Barnie Travelstead and Mrs. Maud Allen of St. Louis visited Saturday' evening a while with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wright and daughter of Decatur were visitors ^ Saturday with Mr. and Mrs, Evan •> Smith, MARLOW RAYMOND SCOTT, Corrtipendcnt Mr. and Mr.s. C. J. Smith spent Sunday after church with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moore in Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gregory and Anna Ruth and Martha Malcolm and daughter Teresa and Helen Young spent Sunday in St. Louis. J. R. Dodson has i-eturned to Peterburg. Ind. where he is employed after a few days visit with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. Russel Dodson. Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Shelton of Decatur and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wolfe and Jimmy of Mt. Vernon visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Scott and also visited Mr. and Mrs. George Standerfer and daughter. Mr. Standerfer who had been in the Good Samaritan hospital for the past few weeks •« improving, Wanda and Betty Chambliss attended services and baptizing at Harmony church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Lusk and family of Steamboat Springs, Colo, and Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Chambliss of Te.xico visited Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Chambliss and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lindhorst and son and Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Purcell and Connie spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Noble- Shelton and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williams visited with folks at Chester over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Scott and children spent Sunday afternoon near Bakerville >vith Mr. and Mrs. Walter Biggerstaff. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Randall were Mr. and Mrs. George Irvin and son Donnie, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Irwin, Sheryll and Dean of FIRST FOR HIS SHARE— Collecting his luncheon dividend,-; early is stockholder Robertson G, Wood of Middletown, N. Y., at the annual shareholders' meeting of Standard Oil Company (New Jerse/) held at the company's plant in Linden, N. J. Wood got hungry during the meeting and left it tn favor of the huge section set aside to feed box lunches to the crowd of 2000 stockholders. List Benefits for Korean War Vets A list of services and benefits provided for nersons who served in the armed forces since June 27, 1950 has been compiled by the Illinois Veterans Commission and distributed to service officers throughout the state. The information is available to veteran.? of the Korean campaign, H,S well as all armed forces personhel, their dependents or survivors. Previous to May 11, 1951, Korean war veterans or other servicemen were eligible only for "peacetime" benefits. Service officers of the IVC have been informed of the new regulations and can give information or assistance in obtaining them. For Jefferson county the IVC ser. vice office is located at the county courthouse in ,Mt. Vernon. The^ government benefits for Korean veterans are; Hospitalization; domiciliary care (Care in "homes" when unable to earn a living due to disabilities); prosthetic appliances (artificial limbs, etc.); disability compensation; pensions; vocational training; indemnity payments; National Service Life Insurance; aid to blind; wheelchair housing; death compensation; death pensions; .reimbursement of burial expenses; burial flags. OH, BOY! FRUIT SALAD!— Mama's hat, liberaUy decorated with choice and colorful fruit, is Just too tempting for roguish Tommy Fenwicjc, age 2. Tommy prepared to rearrange the decorations while waiting, with his mother and aunt, for a plane from New York to Bermuda. 18-Year-Old Girls Can Join WAVES The United States Navy WAVES has opened its ranks to girla who are 18 years of age for the first time since this organization has been in existance. Effective immediately, girls who are high school graduates between the ages of 18 and 26 are eligible to make application for enlistment In the United States Navy. Women are required by almost every Naval Shore activity in the continental United States to replace male enlisted personnel qualified for sea duty.- Especially needed at this time, are women who have had clerical or stenographic experience, however there are over four-hundred different .iobs in which women may serve. Full particulars are available at the nearest Naval Recruiting Station, at Marion, 111. Enjoy Being A Woman Again "Cardui Inturinet" Hclpt Thouundi TDroufli Monthly Mlitry Why let monthly cr&miii and p»iB «poU your fan? Jii.u a UtUe Cardui daUy may buUd re«l««Bce ao that you sufler less and IcM each month. Many women use 'Cardui Insurance" and go thTBUso ihelr bad days without tecUng any cruDM »t HI. Take out scientific "Cardui Inmiraner' today. Say Cardui ^''card-uov-eyf') to your dMl«r. MONTHLY CIMtn cMmi tr lira CARDUI PUBUC Havtaff «oM my at puMle anettra mUea mrtli of Mi. Salem Roaa aikl m%% of FlesMnt Or«v« SATURDAY JUfU the followInK perwnai iinnitjjir ANTIQUES . ^ Antiques includliig t lwd«, ««k,' cupboard, rocken (adult wni children), chairs, S chests of druwcttk^ wardrobe, mlrrorti, tiaalcet*, t lamps, antique dishes and flaaa* ware. HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1 laundry stove; 3 hCBtlBy stoves; Ice box; bookcMM MM books; Ubles; kitchen caMaet; davenport and chair; 8 bed tteada; bed springs; congoleuia ruga; evekr v Ing utensils and dishes; fralt Jsra.. Many articles too numeraos W mention. TERMS OF SALE— CASH ; Not Responsible for Acddeafi Mrs. Robert H. Pofsby OWNER CASSEL RICHARDSON AUCTIONEER PEDESTRIAN'S DELIGHT - Pedestrian bridge from Ward's Island, in East River, to Manhattan, New York City, with raisable span, permits rreater access to island • park area. Mt. Vernon, Billie Jean and Junior Irvin and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Pollard of Urbana, 111. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shelton and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shelton and son attended the services Sunday afternoon near Waltonville, held by Rev. Carl Williams of Bonnie and Rev. Clyde Brown of Centralia. Janet and Marilyn Boger and Darrell Smith and Junior Karch, Bill Lane, Pat Eiler, Donnie Gregory and sister Huff attended the all night gospel singing in Mt. Vernon Friday night. iiTOP - THIIVK - STOP When You THINK of Buying a Used Cor THINK of the S. R. 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This one won't last long. 1947 CHEVROLET CLUB COUPE— Black finish, radio, heater, very clean. 1942 OLDSMOBILE 66 CLUB COUPE — Two tone paint, radio, heater, hydramatic drive. This car is cleaner than most lots models. Good Transportation for Less Than $300 1940 CHEVROLET 2 DOOR— Radio, heater, green finish. 1940 PONTIAC 2 DOOR —Radio, heater, green finish. 1939 BUICK —Radio, heater, very clean. 1939 PONTIAC SEDAN— City car, radio, heater. 1936 FORD SEDAN —New motor, drives very good. 1941 PONTIAC 2 DOOR -r -Green finish, good cheap transportation. S. R. Ventress Motor Co HOME OF GOOD CLEAN USED CARS 505 S. 10th Street Phone 4685 And Don't Forget to Save at Carp's! OUR REGULAR Vm SHORT SLEEVED SPOILT SHIRT; * SKIP DENTS ^ BROADCLOTHS • SHANTUNGS Give Dad an assortment of all 8. Vou'll find trhltes, solid color a^d sports fancy patterns. Two breut pockets—two-way collars. All first quality. S« M Si L. Here's where ypo can give Dad a perfect gift and save! Friday and Saturday Only GIVE DAD Creost Resistant TROPICALS DAD NEEDS DRESS SHIRTS Solid colors ~ little patterns and big ".olorful patterns—you'll find a full selection of each one of these. Lined and unlined. The gift that always pleases. VHiites and patterns, sanforis­ ed. Stand up collar, fine broadcloths. Sizes 14-n. Popular "Day Glo" POLO SHIRTS V Knitted multi-colored stripes with the vivid "da; g,\o" colon knitted In. Short sleeves,, S-M-L. SPORT & DRESS ANKLETS 49c Mercerized cotton In many patterns. R»yon banner wraps in assorted colors. Nylon heel and toe. 10 to 12. GIVE DAD KNITTED ATHLETIC Briefs & Shirts 59< EACH Ribbed shirU, full cut kriefs have elastic at waist. Cellophane wrapped. S-M-L-exL. Dod Will Like a Good STRAW HAT t39 Patterned and solid color head bands. Many styles. Others 11 .98 and $2.98 Remember-lf You Don't Know Dad's Size-He Can Exchange It At Carps. !>>>

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