Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 14, 1951 · Page 21
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 21

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, June 14, 1951
Page 21
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THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1951 TEXIGO •1 George Shafcr spei^t the weekend in Vanda)ia, 111., where ho was best man at the Ruth Pur^ ilar-Bob Chandler wedding. He ^»nd Mr. Chandler were roommates at Southern Illinois University. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Tate and family of South Bend, Ind., spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tate. Adam Heubncr of Ohio is visiting with his sisters Mrs. Walter McKinney and Mrs. Wes Eiler. Mrs. Nettie Myers is vLsiting In Flora, 111,, with Mrs. Glen Tucker and family. Mrs, Rita McKinney and daugh- ^ter Rosemarie attended the charivari Thursday night in Dix in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Heiman Ward. Rev, L. A. Mabry is out new minister for the year. Rev. Mabry filled his regular appointment at Union Chapel Sunday and Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Shafcr spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Haley and daughter. • Mrs. Marie Creek and family visited Saturday with her sister Mrs. Verle Moore and family. Timmic and Jackie Tate visited with Sara Mae Jackson Saturday. Eddie Lee McKinney spent Saturday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Osborn. Earl Harlow was back in the community last week visiting with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Whitson of Chicago are spending their vacation here. 9 Mrs. Wallace Byars and family visited one day last wci ^k with her sister Mrs. Alice Whitlock. Mrs. Juno Brown and cliildren of Mt. Vernon were callers in the community Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Earl Tate. Juanlta Campbell is visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Campbell. Visitors in the home of Mr. and ^ Mrs. W. P. Whitlock home Sunday ^ were Mr. and Mrs. James C. Haul of Camp Ground, Mrs. June Brown and daughters Judy Rainey and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whitlock. Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Simmons and Mr* Bert Austin were busi- rtesa visitors in Mt. Vernon Monday. Chester R. Eraser who has been •tationed in Alaska is home on furlough visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Eraser. ^ Word has ijeen received that 9 Mrs. Alice Rose Fry is slightly Improved. Mr. and Mrs, Syra Spangler visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Blankenship of luka. Sunday visitors at the Roy Eraser home wore Gilbert Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Schultz and daughter Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. VVgodrome of M^ Vernon and Rev. Crook.'; of Cisne. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gorline ^ spent the week-end in Green\ ille visiting relatives and friends. Junior Gorline returned with them for a visit. Gene Hawkins who has been attending college in Urbana, returned home Sunday and wiU fpent his summer vacation with hie parents Mr. and Mrs. Hulan Hawkins. Miss Marcel Whitson of Carbon- days spent the week -end with home folks. Miss Juanlta Campbell of Champaign is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Campbell, Sunday June 17 is the regular church day at Antioch. State Oil Oufput 170,300 Bbls. Doy TULSA, Okia,, June 14~Domes* tic crude oil production for thp week ended June 9 dropped 2,175 barrels daily, averaging 6,101,550 barrels a day, the Oil and G«» Journal reported today. A sizeable slump was recorded in Mississippi, off 1,300 barrelr to 98.850. Ma,ior gains included: Michigan, up 2,800 barrels to 43,100; Indiana, 2,300 to 31.200, and Illinois, 1,200 to 170,300. «3,832 Gas Tax To City of Mt.V. The state Department of Ei- nanco today announced the allotment of $3,832 to the City of Mt, Vernon as its net share of motor fuel )a.\ paid into the state treasury during the month of May. Gasoline ta.v allotments to other cities in this area included: Contralia, .'i;3,325. Benton, $1,913. Johnston City, $977. Marion, $2,333. Salem, .'51,497. West Frankfort, $2,690. High Efficiency Rgfions for Your Poultry-Livestock HAND'S GROCERY A FEED Mt. 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