Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 15, 1951 · Page 2
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 2

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Friday, June 15, 1951
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THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, fLLINOIS FRIDAY JUNE 15, 1951 DEATHS AND FUNERALS Former Teacher fin Mt.V.Schools ? Dies at Macomb Mrs. Frank J. Horn, the former Peprl Jarrell of Mt. Vernon, died this morning in Macomb, 111., after a lingering illness. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs, J. B, Jarrell of this city. Mrs. Horn was bom in Mt. Vernan and for several years was associated with the public schools of Centralia as/supervisor of art. Previous to that she taught two years in Mt. Vernon at the Field school and a year at East Youngs- toivn, O. While In Centralia she was president of the Business and Professional Women's Club and was active in civic and church affairs. Her husband, Frank J. Horn, originally of Du Quoin, is also a former resident of Centralia and is owner of the Coca Cola bottling plants at Macomb and Canton. Besides her husband she is survived by one son, Jack J, Horn, a college student, and two brothers R; C. Jarrell of Carthage, Mo. and J. Clarence Jarrell of Mt, Vernon, III. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. Daisy Fisher, 83, Dies in Detroit; Rites Here Monday Mrs. Daisy Fisher, 83, a former resident of Mt. Vernon, died yesterday at the home of her son, Robert Fisher, in Detroit, Mich. She was the widow of Al Fisher, who preceded her in death in 1925 and was the aunt of Nellie M. Boyle and Jennie Standerfer of this city. The body will be brought to Mt. Vernon for funeral services and burial, arriving at 10:50 a. m. Saturday. The body will be taken to the Pulley Funeral Home, where it-will lie in state from noon Sunday until the funeral hour. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p. m. Monday and burial will be' in Oakwood cemetery. Cora Hamilton Dies at Age 60; Rites on Sunday Mrs. Cora Dell Hamilton, of 1206 north 11th street, died Thursday at the age of 60 years, seven months and 21 days. Funeral services will be held Sunday at 2:00 p. m. at Myers Chapel, with the Rev. BirA Green officiating, and burial will be in Sputh Hickory Hill cemetery. The body will remain at Myers Chapel, where friends may call at any time after 11 a. m. Saturday. Mrs, Hamilton was born October 20, 1890 in Jefferson county, the daughter of John and Pauline (Hester) Milliner. She was married to Earl J. Hamilton, who survives. Mrs. Hamilton was, a member of Antioch Baptist church. Besides her husband, she is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Nina F. McCoy of Richview, 111.; three brothers, Dan, Dave and Oscar Milliner, all of Bonnie; and three grandchildren. Former Resident Wayne B. Willis Dies in Indiana Word was received this morning of the sudden death of Wayne Bennett Willis, 38, at his home, 6550 Alabama, Hammond, Ind. Mr. Willis had been in failing health for a year. Funeral services will be held in Hammond at 2 p. m. Monday with the Amercian Legion in charge. He was the son of Mrs. Nelle Willis of Jacksonville and the late G. E. Willis, former Mt. Vernon grain dealer. He is survived by his wife, Anne, two sons, Richard at home and James of Mt. Vernon; one brother, Weldon Willis of Hanover, N. H.; and three sisters, Mrs. Louise Nold and Mr-s. Francis Wielt of Mt. Vernon and Mrs Edna Ward of Tallahassee, Fla. He was a veteran of World War 2. Thousands See Shrine Circus in Mt. Vernon An overflow crowd of thousands jammed into the Mt. Vernon Fairgrounds last night to watch the final performance here of the great Shrine Circus. Performing dogs were doing their act in the center ring when this photo was snapped. Circus fans reported the show was a great one and local Shriners said they were pleased and happy over the tremendous turnout last night. —(Leitzell Photo) Army Recruiters Hosts at Luncheon .The U. S. Army and U. S. Air Force played host to a group of M*. Vernon residents at a noon luncheon yesterday at the Bowl Sfeak. House. The purpose of the luncheon was to,; extend a token of appreciation fo? the fine cooperation extended ~~titf local recruiting service. jbuests at the luncheon were Mayor Milton Forsyth, Judge Morton Dorothy, States Attorney Mirtin J. Dolan, the Rev. Bayne WUson, Dr. Charles K. Wells, Jim Muse and William Steffy. JJnable to attend, due to previous engagements, were Guy Henry, Jim Puirser, Howard Campbell and Clrarles Pardee. iJLt Ronald V. Jordan, commanding officer of the Mt. Vernon Pro- ciM-ement Sector, gave welcomes arid expressed appreciation for the AiSmy and Air Force. The luncheon was concluded with the showing of the film "UN •pensive," by Sgt. George McEl- Airport News Marvin Neimiller flew here today from Evansville. a. W. Lazzare flew to the local titAd today from Herrin. BLADES Walgreen Agency Drug Store West Side Suqare 3 Enlist" Here In Air Force MEETINGS Fern Leaf Camp, 694, Royal Neighbors of America, will meet Friday evening at the I. O. O. F. Temple at 7:30. A large attendance is desired. A stated meeting of Rome Chapter, No. 1014, Order of the Eastern Star will be held at the Masonic Hall in Dix, Monday, June IS, at 8 p. m. It will be our birthday party with friends filling the stations. Visitors welcome. Allie H. RoUinson. Sec'y, Tliree young men from this area enlisted in the U. S. Air Force this week at the local U. S. Army and U. S. Air Force recruiting station. They are: Jimmie Donald Riley, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Riley of 620 North street. He is a graduate of Mt. Vernon high school. Charlie Mallory, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Mallory of 1411 Mill street. He is a graduate of Mt. Vernon high school. James O. Hester, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Hester of Waltonville. He is a graduate of Waltonville high school and played on the schol's varsity basketball team. All three youths enlisted for four years. SHED, FENCE BURN Fire destroyed a shed and fence at the rear of the Modern Shoe Shop, 232 south Ninth street, yesterday. Firemen who were called to the scene said that the fence and shed caught fire from burning rubbish. At 7:50 o'clock last night firemen were called to the home of Clifford Harvey, 511 south Seventh street, where a box of clothing and a door were damaged by fire. MARRLVGE LICENSE Derald Spratt and Rosemary Pursley, both of Salem, 111. HOSPITAL NOTES Jefferson Memorial Admitted: Burl McCormick of Wayne City; Mrs. Lula Wimberly of Benton; Mrs. Ina Harmon of Ina. Discharge'^: Mrs. Jesse McRoberts; Mrs. Nellie Higginson of Danville; Mrs. Florence Hahn and infant son, Rickey Dean; Mrs. Anna Borland and infant daughter, Sally Jean. Good Samarian Discharged: Mrs. W'lma Wheeler of Bluford; Mrs. Carmencita i^cCarty; Mrs. Gladys Smothers; Mrs. Billie Corsere and daughter, Kathy Bonnell. CLDOIADO LADY LOSiS 39 LBS. "I »ure can recommend Rennel to aver weight people. Before taking Ren lel I weighed 176 lbs. and now I am lown to 137. I feel so much better and an eat all I want—no more full slug- ;ish feeling. Rennel ii a good all arounti onic for fat people." So writes Mra. ;. E. Hirst. RFD 1, Eldorado. 111. It's amazing how quickly you can 386 pounds of balky, unsightly fat right n your own home. Make this recipe ourself. It's no trouble and costs little lontains nothing harmful. Ask your ruggist for 4 ounces of liquid Rennc Concentrate. Pour this into pint bottle ind add unsweetened grapefruit juice to fill bottle. Then take two tablespoonfuls wice a day. It's that simple. If reducible pounds and inches of excess fat don't seem to disappear almost like magic with the first bottle, return it to the manufacturer for your money back. Note how bloat disappears—how much lietter you feel. Now is the time to re- 'uce. Ask your druggist for Renne' Bin. Jamn C. Lovier M II their beautiful brick home at 240S :^fmMm Avenue t* Mr. Bud Mm. Carl C. Muitaine for a home. !^ Mr. L*vicr (Jia) to • aaie* representative of E. 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