MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1951 THE REGISTER-NEWS — Ml. VERNON, ILLINOIS 4 • SOCIETY • Bfley-Wheelts MiirriaKc Mrs. Rosetta Riley of this city and J. T. Whoelis of Dupe, 111. were married B'riday evciiiiiK at •even o 'clock in a single ring cere- money performed by Iho Rev. F. Murray Haworth at the Evangolic- »] United Brethren Church. The bride wore brown acccs- •ories with a bnigc suit and an orchid corsage for hci- wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Compton were the attendants. Mrs. Compton wore a navy blue suit with matching accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Whcelis will make their home at 300 south 15th street in this city. Mr. Wheolis is a conductor for the Missouri Pacific Railroad Company. District III, Home Bureau District III, Jeffenson Coun(y Home Bureau met at Summersvillo School, Friday evening at eight o'clock. The meeting was opened with group singing led by Mrs. Florist Moore, followed by a prayer by Mrs. Muriel Rogers. ^ The minor lesson, "Refreshing Summer Drinks" was given by Mrs. Flossie Harriman. She displayed a variety of decorative ice cubes to be used in summer beverages. Miss Anna Betty Huck, Jefferson County Homo Advisor, gave the major lesson, "Homemaking Can Be Interesting." Mrs. Louise Solomon led the group in severable enjoyable games. During the social hour, one of the refreshing summer di-inks prepared during Mrs. ITarriman's lesson and home made cookies wore served. Modern Woodmen Welner Roast Junior members and friends of Camp 1919, Modern Woodmen of America held a wcinor roast at the Shelter House in Mt. Vernon City Park Friday evening. Under the direction of Mrs. Lota Ferne McAdoo, assisted by Mrs Fletcher Yandell. the children played games. Prizes wore awarded to Alice Faye Douglas, Richard McAdoo, Mai-shall D. Laughmiller, Gary McAdoo, Larry Morgan. Judy Wheeler, Jerry McAdoo. Wanda Morgan, Margaret Baird, Roy McAdoo, Tovvanna T. Bell and Anna K. Huffstuttler, who e.xcelled. The next* meeting of the Junior Camp will be a family picnic supper. Friday, July .3, at 6:30 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Breeze Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Jim Breeze entertained at their home on the Ashley Road, Friday evening, with a weiner roast. Guests were members of the King City Min- strelaires and their families. The King City Minstrelaires is a group of Mt. Vernon men and women, who Ins*- winter presented several minstrel shows, the J iroceeds from which were used or charitable work. Each guest was presented with a favor. Following the roast, the remainder of the evening was spent playing games and music. Mt. Vernon Evening Unit The Mt. Vernon Evening Unit, Jefferson County Home Bureau, will have a special meeting at the home of Mrs. Lucille Dennis, 908 north Seventh street, Tuesday evening at 7:30. A special lesson on making lamp ahades will be given. Members planning to attend are requested to bring a shade with four, six or eight ribs, material for covering and lining, needles, thread, thimble, scissors, pins, measuring tape, and clear nail polish. » Mt. Vernon Women Attend CiilzcnB Conference Mrs. C. J. Badger and Mrs. L. H. Cast on, president and vice president of Jefferson County Home Bureau, both of Mt. Vernon, have returned from Jacksonville where they represented Jefferson county women at the 14th annual Citizen and Organization Conference of tlie Illinois Home Bureau Federation, held on the campus at MacMurray College, last week. The 226 conference delegates in attendance represented over 52,000 Illinois homemakers whose influence reached into the world because the Federation is a subsidiary of the National Home Demonstration Council, the Associated Women of the American Farm Bureau Federation, and the Associated Country Women of the World. Tlie theme of the conference was 'The home should be the center of every woman 's interest but no. the circumference." Miss Margrieta Osis, a University of Illinois student, formerly of Latvia, spoke on "What it moans to be a displaced person." Miss Osis came to America in 1949, after having spent months in a forced labor camp in Germany, before she was freed in 1945 by the American army. She was placed in a Displaced Persons camp for four years until she received a World Service scholarship and came to the University of Illinois, with no funds of her own, to attend school. The speaker, who had been active in 4-H cJub work in her homeland, when asked to compare American with European youth, said the former are too much absorbed ii. trivial matters and should concern themselves more with the problems which are troubling mankind. Mrs. Olive Remington Goldman, U. S. Delegate, Commission for the status of women, United Nations, analyzed the accomplishments of the commission and observed that the delegates from free nations in the organization are "Answering Soviet attacks upon us with vigor. We are pointing out the tyranny and hardships which their people suffer. Surely, courage is paying off in the U N. a? the frre world gains in strength and unity." "Diplomacy,' she saiu, "is like a housewife's job, it is never done." She concluded her address with the challenge, "we women will have to work for peace. We must educate our families to resisit aggression. The government is upon our shoulders." Other speakers at the conference included Prof. John Klassen, Blufton College, Ohio, who discussed "Handcraft, an expression of personality"; Vernon L. Nickell, state superintendent of public instruction, and Claude E. Vick, Illinois Education Association, "who discussed "Our school program and what remains to be done"; agricultural economist, L. R. Simerl, University of Illinois, told about "your family and inflation"; and Cullen B. Sweet, director of the local government department, Illinois Agricultural Association, discussed, "What Can We Do About Roads." Jr. Women's Picnic The Mt. Vernon Junior Women 's Club will hold a picnic at six o'clock, Wednesday evening, at 800 North sti-eet. Members planning to attend the • PERSONAL• Charles Jay spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jay, Jr. on the Benton road. Charles is spending the summer in St. Louis where he is employed by International Shoe Company. His St. Louis address is 2408 north Euclid avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Ray W. Faulkner arrived home yesterday after spending the past week in Chicago. Mrs. Olive A. Jones, Mrs. Harry Colmean Mrs. Emma Tison and Mr. and Mrs. A. Paul Fellinger are in Norris City today attending the funeral of Mrs. William J. Hopper. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Feltmeier and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Nelson have returned from Miami, Fla. where they attended the national convention of the Junior Chamber of Commerce. While in Florida, they also visited with Mr. and Mrs, Dick Barnes in Fort Lauderdale. Mr. and Mrs. Barnes are former Mt. Vernon residents. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Earth spent yesterday in Jerseyville attending a reunion of the Newby family held at the home of Mrs. Earth's sister, and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Fisher, Jr. Howard (Butch) Minor, seven year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Minor of San Francisco, Calif, ' as prrived in Mt. Vernon to spend the summer with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Avery Minor. Butch made the trip by plane and was met at Lambert Field, St. Louis, Friday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Minor, his uncle and aunt, and his grandmother, Mrs. Avery Minor. Mr. and Mrs. James T. Moore and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Laird and family, Dr. and Mrs. John R. Fry, and Mr. and Mrs. Verne Talbott have returned from Miami, Fla. where they attended the national convention of the Junior Chamber of Commerce. They spent two days in Key West where they visited Laird's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Laird, former Mt. Vernon residents. Mr. and Mrs. Byford Hilliard and son, and Mr. and Mrs, Bob Hayes spent yesterday in St. Louis attending the Cardinal - Phillie baseball game. Master Sgt. and Mrs. Alvis Harrell and daughter, Pam, arrived here yesterday from Columbus, O. to spend a ten-day furlough with relatives. Mrs. Harrell and Pam will remain in Mt. Vernon when Sgt. Harrell returns to his post. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ridgway spent yesterday in Decatur where they attended the birthday dinner of his sister, Deon Ridgway. They were accompanied hdme by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tibbetts and daughter, Pat, of Chicago, who will visit relatives here and in Wayne City for a few days. Miss Jane Ellen Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Noel Smith, former Mt. Vernon residents who now make their home in Tuscon, Ariz., is visiting relatives and friends here. Shirley Carlton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs; Delbert Carlton, who has been confined to the family home at 805 south 24th street, the past week by a severe attack of ton- silitis, is slightly improved. Mr. and Mrs. H. Wayne Carr and Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Johnson spent the weekend at Lake Wappapello, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Carlton had as their guests yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Donald and daughter, Louise, of Ohio, III.; Mr. picnic are requested to bring their own table service. The picnic will be held regardless of weather conditions. The Great Mew U.S. ROYAL LIFE-TUBE -klhe greatest "inside" protection in the history of tires. •A^ Stops blowouts at their source, prevents their occurrence. 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Mc- Efee, The Nyes are former Mt. Vernon residents. Mr. and Mrs, Paul Palmer and son, Bruce, and Mr. and Mrs, Charles Sniithpeters, and son, Charles D. spent yesterday in St. Louis, where Mr, .Smithpeters entered Barnes Hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs, Wilbur Sikorski and family of Sioux Falls, S. D., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Sikorski. Robert Melcher, local agent of the New York Life Insurance Company, is in Lawrence, Kan. where he is attending a life insurance marketing school being held at the University of Kansas. Mr. Melcher is one of two agents from the St. Louis branch office of his company to be sent to the meeting, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Herbert and daughter, Carole Ann, liave returned to their home in St. Louis after spending the weekend with Mr, and Mrs. Ezra Herbert of Turner drive. Mr, and Mrs, Frank Hall have returned to their home in Battle Creek, Mich., after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs, John D. Hall in Waltonville. Mrs. Ona Moore of Wayne City has returned home after visiting relatives in Minnesota, She was accompanied home by Mrs, B. Good and sons of Stacy, Minn., who will pay an extended visit to relatives in Jefferson and Wayne counties. Mrs. Moss Maxey and Mrs. Esther Firebaugh have returned from Carlyle, 111., where they attended a one-day program planning and Christmas Seal Sale Conference, sponsored by the Illinois Tuberculosis Associ a t i o n, held at the Lutheran church in that city, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Herbert, Jr., and daughters, Nancy and Debbie, and Bob Herbert spent the weekend in Mattoon visiting relatives. -I N 8 I DE-OUT. SUMMER SUP CAN DOUBLE AS DRESS -By CAILE DUCAS-NEA Staff Writer- 4-H NfWi The summer slip that can double as a dress is doubly easy on the budget. Black rayon taffeta (left) woven with bright red jacquard polka dots has cuffed top, scalloped hem. Checked rayon taffeta (center) has sheath look, simple gored skirt, slim lines. White rayon crepe (right) with gold print makes cuff-topped slip that can serve as blouse, or team with a duster. kjEW YORK—(NEA)—The summer slip that's designed ^ to double as a dress is, to the woman on a budget, the biggest thing since the day of free dishes at the neighborhood movie. Not only can these slips be worn as dresses, they can also do duty as summer blouses. They can combine with plain sheaths and GIRL SCOUT NEWS Seventy-nine third-grade Brownie Scouts worked and played during day camp last week at the Girl Scout Little House. Wednesday evening, fathers were guests at a wiener roast. Following the campfire the girls, attired in gaily colored gypsy dress, presented a short program of songs, games and a gypsy dance which was concluded with a flag ceremony and the singing of taps. Leaders of the five units and their assistants for the four-day camp were: Mary Martin, Jo DeWitt, Mary Margaret Rawlinson, Virginia Buskool, Irene Rough, Irene Lynn, Thelma Kincaid, Wilma Cooper, Maxine Overby, and brief jackets to make up an ensemble. Of course, all of this does raise the question: Is she wearing a slip under her slip? If so, which kind? Could it, too, double as a dress? Lest the whole thing become too complicated, let's make it clear right now that the womaui who buys a slip-dress (or a dress-slip) is on her own. She may invent or camouflage, but there are no specific instructions from the designers; Black rayon taffeta enlivened by bright red jacquard polka dots, Vlasta King. Assisting one day were Mary Andrews, Leah Yanna- way, Corella Tyler, Margaret Young, Mary Margaret Thies, Mrs. Basil Moss and Mrs, Paul Bruell. Senior and junior aides were Peggy Moran, Delores Eater, Frances Partridge, Janice Plemon, Jane Fitch, Kaye Holder, Mary Beth Borden, Alice Kessinger, Marsha Kaye Thomson, Mary Dycus and Elaine Bullock. Vlasta King was director, Frances Johnson, Mildred Fumall and Ethel Fitch were assistants, Evelyn Fore was nurse, „ , RAPID GROWTH . Woodward, Okla., was established Sept. 16, 1893. It had a population of 5000 residents before sundown of the first day of its existence. is cut into a slip that has wide straps, a cuffed top and a shallow scalloped hem. This slip can, with the addition or a stole, go to parties after five. Black-and-white checked rayon Teenajer Finds Reducing Easy With Rennel Home Recipe MiM Betty Shelby of Streator, lU writes, "I am just. 16 years old and be fore taking Rennel Concentrate I wa: too heavy for my size. My grandmothe: told me about Rennel and to my lur prise I lost 12 lbs. I did not diet to lo«f this weight and felt on top of the worlc and still do. I want to get my weight down a few more pounds to 110 and i know that Rennel will do this for me. I will never put weight on again as long as I can get Rennel." It's amazing how quickly you can lose pounds of bulky, unsightly fat righi in your own home. Make this recipe yourself. It's no trouble and costs little Contains nothinr harmful. Asl: you druggist for 4 ounces of liquid Renne Concentrate. Pour this into pint botth and add unsweetened grapefruit juice tc fill bottle. Then take two tablespoonful; twice a day. It's that simple . If re ducible pounds and inches of excess fa don't aeem to disappear almost liki magic with the first bottle, zetum it to the manufacturer for your money back. Note how Woat disappears— ho1^' much better you feel. Now is the time to re duce. Ask your druggist fo' RenneL taffeta makes a sheath-slip with slim lines. The skirt is slightly gored; bodice fits smoothly. Straps are fairly wide. For touring art galleries, there's a white rayon crepe slip that's highlighted with gold print, ft has a cuffed top and is adapt- to the blouse-and-skirt idea. It could also go to informal parties with the addition of a black sheat in a sheer fabric. .Opdylte Blackhtwki day at the home of , Dial with elRht m«ml guests in atteiKlence. A demonttntlon wu alvvn Iw Everett Kelly end tidki by QtMHl Burnett and Riley Cummlnn. Dean Schwennlnger led the rao* reation. The club will meet again Jun« 28 at the home of Jackie ElUott Center Field Ramblers 4-Tl Club will meet at the' Green school Wednesday evening at 7:30. Larry Whitlock, Jerry Banes, Raymond Banes, Eunice Myers* and Don Warner are scheduled to make talks. Hugh Livesay, Youth Advisor, will show a motion plc> ture. ' At the last meeting, held June 12, plans for a day camp to be held at Mt, Vernon Cty Park were discussed and the group voted for each member to contribute one dollar for the 4-H Camp at West Frankfort. The dollar is to be paid before the first meeting in July. The Loyal Coopeiat3rs 4-H Club will meet June 26 at Mt. Vernon City Park at sbc o'clock In the evening. Virginia Merrett, Junior Leader, wUl be the hostess. At the last meeting held Men* day evening, June 11, at the home of Ruth Ann Wagner. Virginia Merrett and Pat Rector gave a demonstration on "Cake Decorating." Sue Ann Williams told how to make good cookies and Linda Rector told how to hem a skirt How to ffajlsh the top of the skirt was discussed by Rosalyn McMullen, Linda Rector led the groitp In singing and Judity BaUey had charge of the games. Summersville Funmaken • 4-H Club will meet for an all-day meeting, beginning at 9 a. Thursday morning, at the honw of Mrs. Juanita Penningtoii. tm ITS NIW lAMI . . . With sensational new Hydraguide power steering four-iUtht oi the work is done for you at your touch on the wheel! 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