Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 14, 1951 · Page 24
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 24

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THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1951 4 OIL POOLS DiSCOYERED IN STATE^IMMAY llainvilla West in Homilton County Hot Biggest Producers. URBANi^, 111., June 8 — Four oil pools and six extensions to pools were discovered in Illinois in May, it was reported today by Dr. M. M. Leighton, chief of tiie state Geological Survey Division of tJie Department of Registratios and Education. Daily average production for May was 167,000 barrels, as compared with 159,000 for April. Total estimated production for May was 5,179 ,000 barrels. New pools were Bellmont in Wabash county and Pinkstaff in Lawresce county, both producing from McClosky limestone, Pana in Christian county, producing from the Bethel sandstone, and Okawville in Washington county, producing from the Devonian-Silurian limestone. Okawville Marginal Discovery Dr. Leighton pointed out that two of the May discoveries, Pana and Okawville, are near the margin of the Illinois Basin and farther from other production than most of the new pools discovered in Illinois. Extensions were completed to the following pools: Calhoun Central in Richland county, Clay-City Noble Consolidated in Clay county. Eberle in Effingham county, Ellery West in Wayne county, Inman West Consolidated in Gallatin county, and Maunie South in White county. Drilhng operations during May were about normal for the seeason, with 222 completions for the month,, as compared with 138 in April, both figures representing four week periods. There were 27 wildcat wells completed over two miles from production, of which three discovered new pools The 48 wildcats less than two miles from prdouction discovered one new pool (Bellmont) and the six extensions. A total of 4 oil wells were completed in pools. An unusually large number of wells were completed with high initial productions. Blairsville West, a recetly discovered pool in Hamilton county, led with four wells making 960, 870, 356 and 120 barrels respectively. Dundas East, Bungay Consolidated, Frogtown North, and Bellmont each had one or more wells with an initial production of 240 to 390 barrels daily. DRILLING PERMITS SPRINGFIELD, 111., June 14- Oil and gas well drilling permits issued recently by Walter Eadie, director of the State Department of Mines and Minerals arc listed below. The name of the applicant is given first, followed by the designation for the well and then its location. Jefferson Couiit.y Wm. F. Seiglar, Box 41, Centralia, 111.; Lydia M. Lipper No. 1, SW corner of the SE quarter of the SW quarter, section 25, township 3S. range 2E. D. H. Bolin, 1116 City National Bank Bldg., Wichita Falls, Texas; Bill E. Horrell No. 1, center of TOWED INTO LONDON TOWN — stem-first, the Swedish liner Patricia is towed up the Thames River under Tower Bridte into London on iU maiden voyace from Scandinavia. MILLING WITH GUSTO— Two Korean women put plenty of zip into their century-old method of grinding rice in a large stone bowl on a side S'treet in Pusan. They take turns pounding the grain vith the big wooden rams, while their children watch th« process with interest. 895 Persons on Old Age Pension Here During April A total of 895 Jefferson county residents received the old-age pension in April of this year, it was announced today by the Illinois Public Aid Commission. Pension payments in this county totaled S36,720. Old age pensions received in other southern Illinois counties included: Franklin—1,597 fiersons received S66,347. Hamilton—436 persons received S17.154. Marion—1,046 persons recei\ed $47,003. Washington—300 persons received 512,806. Wayne — 46o persons received S18,613. of the SW quarter, section 27, township 2S, range 4E. Robinson-Puckett, Inc.. Box 131, Fairfield, 111.; Foster McDonald No. 1, SW corner of the NE quarter of the NW quarter, section 9, CHILD EATS RAT POISON By Associated Press KINMUNDY, 111.. June 13 — Death of a l7 month old girl last night was ascribed to eating rat poison accidentally. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James 38 Blind Persons In County Aided Thirty-eight blind persons resid. ing in Jefferson county received financial assistance from the state, in the total amount of $1,506, during April, according to announcement made today by the Illinois Public Aid Commission. The number of blind assistance recipients and the amount of payments in other counties in the southern Illinois area included: Franklin — 32 persons received Sl,298. Hamilton—18 persons received S793. Marion—48 persons received $2,005. Washington—eight persons received S354. Wayne — 17 persons received DrPepper JINGLE CONTEST JUST FINISH THIS 2-LINE JINGLE TO RHYME WITH "FOUR". . . . ''AUfTmunATTEHjmmdmR PLUS OTHER PRIZES! Housewives! School kids! Busi- nes.smen! Anyone has an equal chance to dream up a rhyme that may bring $5,000 tax free- enough to solve money problems and makie dreams come true! It's easy! You'll come up with 3 or 4 ideas as soon as you start thinking about it—and you can enter every rhyme in the contest, just so you enclose the required bottle caps for each jingle. Remember you have 1,001 chances to win a valuable prize. Enter today! See youf Dr. Pepper dealer OR write Dr. Pepper. Box 5086, Dallas, Texas. READ EASY RULES-ENTER TODAYI i Prizt No. / OfSCItPTION 2 and 3 Willys Oe luxe Model Station Wagon 4 and 5 Seven Day All-Expense Trip to Mexico City for Two 6 to 9 incl. Motorola 19' Console Model Television Set 10 to 14 incl. Ampro 8mm Movie Camera and Projector Sets 15 to 19 incl. 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Use a sturdy mailing envelope. » *To be eligible for extra money that wiU ' pay all taxes on the $5,000 first prize, write your entry or entries on an official entry blank and double the number of Dr. Pepper bottle caps or facsimiles you enclose with each entry. A Contest will close July 31, 1951. Entries must be post-marked before midnight July 31. 1951 and received by August 15,1951. Only entries with sufficient postage will be judged. < Prizes total $15,000 in value. See prize list on back of entry blank. SAVE THESE BOTTLE CAPS... THEy MAY HliP AWKE yOUR FORTUNE £ Entries judged on the basis of originality, ^* uniqueness, and aptness of thought by th« Lloyd Herrold Company, independent contest judges. Decision of judges final. Entries, contents and ideas become the proj)erty of the Or. Pepper Company. Duplicate prizes in case of ties. 9 Any resident of continental United States may enter except employees of the Dr, Pepper Company, their bottlers or advertisini agents, and their families. Contest subject t( all U. S. and local regulations. g Winners will be announced approximMely ^* one month after the contest closes. All winners notified by ma/I. Complete wipner list sent on request if you enclose self -aidressed stamped envelope with your entry. the West half of the SW quarter, townsmp za, range nan oi r».mmunuy. JJUU.^ HOMETOWl^ FURIVISHING CO. mm i i NOT THE USUAL 6, NOT A 7, BUT A BIG FULL SIZE 8.6^KELVINATCI^ The above price is good only until Saturday night. Sorry no phone orders — quanity limited —come early. YOU $ SAVE- MODEL EXACTLY AS SHOWN - BIG 35 LB. FROZEN FOOD CHEST! AT th* CROSSROADS of MT. VERNON Hometown WHERE TWELFTH CROSSES MAIN BiG TRADE'MIV ALLOWAlVCE

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