Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 19, 1951 · Page 7
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TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1951 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS • SOCIETY • ietm Austin Circle Jean Austin Circle of First Baptist Churcii will liold a picnic this evening at the home of Kathleen Kelley, 2626 College avenue, at 6:30 p. m. Members planning to attend are requested to bring a salad, a vege- tame, or a dessert. O and O Claxn Meeting Mrs. Howard Campl^ell and Mrs. Ray Ruboltom will bo hostesses to members of the G and G Class of First Presbyterian Church Thursday evening at eight o'cloci< at the home of the former on Rlchview road. Mrs. J. R. Thomas is teacher of the class. Neal-Stewart NuptlnU Mr, and Mrs, Frank B. Ncal, 5 Lyons court, are announcins the marriage of their daughter, Sue, to Ray Stewart, Jr., .son of Ray Stewart of this city, which tool< place June 2, at the First Baptist Church in Washington, Ind. The bride is a junior at Mt. Vernon high school. The bridegroom graduated from Mt. Vernon high school in the class of 1951. The young couple are making their home at 110 north east 7th street, Wa.shlngton, Ind., where he is employed. Charch BiMine«a Meeting East Side Baptist Church will have a special caiicd bu.sincss meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. All members are urged to attend. Mm. Ray Stewart, Jr. Honored Misses Joan Hill, Donna Grant, and Betty McCullough, entertained with a bridal shower in honor of Mrs. Ray Stewart, Jr. of Washington, Ind., at the home of IVIiss Hill on the Richview road, Saturday evening. Mrs. Stewart is the former Miss Sue Neal. Games were played and a special prize was won by Miss Betty Pane. Pink roses and a cake decorated in blue formed the centerpiece on the buffet from which refreshments were served. The guest of honor received many lovely gifts of a miscellaneous nature. White Rose Camp R. N. A. White Rose Camp, 3450, Royal Neighbors of America will meet at the home of Mrs. Nellie Hutsel in Opdykp, Tuesday evening, June 26. The meeting was originally icheduled for June 21, Mission Study Group The Women's Mission Study Group oJ Epworth Methodist Church will meet in the church parlor, Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock. Mrs. Laura Mollis will present the devotions and Virginia Pogue will be in charge oi the "Methodist Women." A skit, "Dedication of Talents" will be presented All women of the chui'ch are. in- Tited to attend. Miss Duncan Honored Miss Jennie Ruth Estes, Miss Clarice McCauley, and Mrs. Eloise Wall entertained forty-five friends at a bridal shower in honor of Miss Virginia Duncan, Friday evening, at the home of Miss Estes, 708 Park avenue. Miss Duncan will become the bride of Bill Harlow, Sunday, June 24. Games were played and prizes won by Miss Lois Todd, Mrs. Mary Bufkin, and Miss Lois Culli. The table of gifts was decorated in a color scheme of blue and white, with a dainty bride doll as the centerpiece. Miss Hiawana Campbell, Miss Joyce Bright, Miss Marilyn Mc Kitrick, Miss-Mary Ellen Hutchi•on and Miss Molly Fuller assisted the hostesses in serving refreshments. For Weekday and Over the Weekend Reading Entertainment, Read The CmCAGO DAILY NEWS With National and Local News. Delivered to Your Home for only 80c Week- Accident Insurance Available For Small Extra Cost. Call 1959 Mornings Loyal Women's Claaa Loyal Women's Class of Central Church of Christ will meet at two o'clock, Thursday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Burrcll Phillips on the Salem road. Hopper Hnmemakers Club Hopper Homemakers Club met at the home of Ella Pettypool on Thursday. A covered dish luncheon was sci'i'ed at noon. 1'ho afternoon was spent In playing games and prizes were awarded to Rheba Whlsenhunt, Eleanor Jones, Billy Tittle, Clara Thompson, Deloris Tittle and Edna Whlsenhunt. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. Fred Karch, Mrs. WiU Lampp, Mrs. Evelyn Bower, and Mrs. Mary Ulrich of Mt. Vernon, Mrs. Florence Hopper of Bonnie, Mrs. Dolly Archambo and Mrs. Rhcba Whlsenhunt and daughters, Mary Edna, Charlene and Sue, all of BoUe Rive. Mrs. Ora Riggs will entertain the group July 12. Scott-Alexander Marriage Mrs. Pauline Scott of the Benton road and Arthur Alexander of Benton, 111. were united in marriage, June 12, at the home of Rev. J. L. McDonald. Following the ceremony, a reception for members of the bridal party was held at Twin Oaks, Lake Benton. ^ Prior to her marriage, Mrs. Alexander was a nurse at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mr, and Mrs. Alexander will make their home on the Benton road, in this city. There will be a charivari this evening. Scheller Couple Celebrate 33nd VVedrtins Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harmon of Schellcr celebrated their thirty- second wedding anniversary with a family dinner at Mt. Vernon City Park Sunday. The occasion was a Father's Day surprise for Mr. Harmon, the tsvelfth birthday of the Harmon's eldest grandchild, Lee Lance, and also the first time that all of Mr. and Mrs. Harmon's children had been together in more than three years, A basket dinner was sei'ved at noon. Those present for the triple celebration were the Harmon's youngest son, Pfc. Ray D. Harmon who is home on a month's leave from the Army; Mr. and Mrs. William Harmon and children, Mannie and Penny, of St. Louis; Mr. find Mrs. Lenard Downen of Scheller; and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Lance and sons, Lee and Frank Joe, of Sesser. Happy Houf Club Mrs. Mary Weatherford and Mrs. Willetta Hoffman were host- e,s.ses to members of the Happy Hour Club at the home of the latter Thursday afternoon. Mabel Adams, president, opened the meeting by leading the group in singing the birthday song for the hostesses. Alma Riggs led in prayer, and Marilyn Williams read the scripture lesson. Edna Weatherford and Berriice Smart presented a program appropriate for Father's Day. Julia Wilkerson, Marilyn Williams and Esther Walker were guests at the meeting. Following the program and social hour, the hostesses served refreshments. The July meeting will be held at the home of Minnie Rector with Edna Weatherford as co-hostess. Beta Sigma Phi Picnic Eta Beta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority met at Mt. Vernon City Park last evening for an informal business meeting and picnic, with 20 members in attendance. The group completed plans for the refreshment stand which the sorority will operate at the Mt. Vernon Fair, for the benefit of their George Green Fund. Following the business meeting, the group enjoyed a weiner roast and marshmallow toast. AuthorlfM DMIM tat STEWART WARNER and CAPEHARl RADIOS and TELEVISION CuarantM* SalM aM Sarvta* 1503 roadway—Phan* IS>3 SM Ut For Muilcai inntrumafito ana Accaftarlat W« Hav* Added a I int at SiMrtliifl CauipmaMt MR. AND MRS. JESSE L. SIMMONS sell this new 5 room modern home, located at 121^ South 23rd Street to MR. AND MRS. JOHN R. BIRD for a home ... All parties in this transaction were represented by ... A. HAROLD WILLIAMS LOGAN C. RICHARDSON "YOUR RELIABLE REAL ESTATE DEALERS" 315 S. 10th St Room B 'Phones: 251-751 PERSONAL Mr. and Mr*. Stanley Changnon ad aon, Andy, spent Sunday in Champaign where they attended graduation exercises at the University of IlllnoiB, Their son, Stanley, Jr. was an honor member of the graduating class and received a bachelor of science degree from the university. He plans to continue in school this sununer and work on his master's degree. He and Mrs. Changnon, Jr., the former Phyllis Williams, are making their home in Champaign. Mrs, Ernest Bell of Bluford spent .yesterday Jn this city. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Allen and Mr. and Mrs.Owen Martin spent Sunday in Rosiclare visiting Rev. and Mrs. O. E. Connett. Miss Mary Leffler has returned home after spending a week's vacation in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs, Jack Gauntt and daughter, Jacqueline, have returned after spending a two weeks vacation visiting his sister in Hollywood. Calif. • Mr. and Mrs. Lansing Blake of Wayne City spent yesterday in Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hogue, and daughter, HoTmei^ have returned to Paducah, Ky. after spending the weekend in this city. S. H. Wilhoite of St. Louis was a business visitor in this city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Henderson and family, Eddie Ray Smith, Maxie Smith and Jerry Bodine spent Sunday at Camp Carson, Y.M.C.A. camp at Princeton, Ind. Andy Henderson, Eddie Ray Smith and Jerry Bodine remained there for a period of camping. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barbre spent Sunday in St. Louis where they attended the wedding and reception of Miss Phyllis Ann Kryger to John Polizzi. The bride is a former Mt. Vernon resident. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zelhart and family and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hutsell of Opdyke left yesterday for a vacation trip to Yellowstone National Park, Mrs. Pearl Veach and Miss Mabel Bolerjack are spending a few days in St. Louis visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Compton and daughter, Mary Beth and Mrs. Guy Compton spent the weekend in Milwaukee, Wis, They were accompanied home by Miss Pat Laux, sister of Mrs. Charles Comp. ton. Miss Barbara Hayes attended the wedding of Miss Phyllis Ann Kryger and John Polizzi in St. Louis Sunday, Miss Maida Smith has returned to her home in Peoria after spending the week-end with her parents, Mr, and Mrs Neil Lenington and her brother and family in Waltonville. Mrs. Doris Mills of Springfield, m., is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Cora Dowell, in this city. Mrs. John Kelley and Mrs. G. B. Reed spent yesterday in St. Louis transacting business. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Wood and daughter, Donna, of Bluford, have returned from a ten-day vacation spent in San Antonio, Tex., with their son-i^,-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Whit worth. Their granddaughter, Connie Whitworth, accompanied them home to spend the summer, Mr. and Mrs, Wood were in San Antonio Friday and saw the parade honoring Gen. Douglas MacArthur and his family. They stayed in that city and heard the General's address, before returning home. Mr, and Mrs. Emmerson Class and sons, Darrell and Randy, of Rocky Ford, Colo., are the guests of her sister, Mrs. John Racka- way on Fairfield road. Mrs. Rhoda Endicott of Belgrade, Maine; Mr, and Mrs. Edgar Endicott, Mr, and Mrs. Gene Endicott, and Mrs. Belle Endicott, all of McLeansboro, liave returned to their homes after spending the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Endicott. Gerald L. Barthel of Dallas, Tex. is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Barthel, Fairfield road. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bush of Cornland, 111. are spending two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Endicott in this city. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Nancy Lee Echols «•» kiR. AND MRS. SILAS ECHOLS announce the engagement *^ of their daughter, Nancy Lee, to Mr. Bruce T. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Johnson of Hancock, Michigan. Both Miss Echols and Mr. Johnson are completing a year- of study in England on Kotary International fellowships. 4-H NEWS Dix Lucky Four Leaf 4-H Club will meet Wednesday at the home of Linda Sue Duncan. * * « « Webb Town Buddies will meet July 5. At the last meeting, held June 14, at the home of Sidney Smart, Mr. Bush is engaged in a revival at the Cliristian Church in Cartter, III. Pfc. Ray D. Harmon is spending a 30 day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harmon, route 1, Scheller. Pfc. Harmon, who was wounded in action in Korea, has been recuperating in Valley Forge Army Hospital. Phoenixville. Pa. He is recovering from the wounds and expects to return to duty upon termination of his leave. Mrs. Albert Olin and daughter, Wanda, of Birmingham, Mich., are visiting Mrs. Olin's son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Bell Gaston and family. Miss Sue Fenton is spending a vacation in Houston, Tex. and is the guest of her sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Griffith and family. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Garner and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Montgomery have returned to their homes in Blytheville, Ark. after spending the weekend in this city as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Dawson, Fairfield road. Mr. and Mrs. Harl Ryder and children are visiting Mrs. Ryder's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Boelim in Houston, Tex. there were 18 members and 3 guests present. • • « • Jefferson County 4-H Federation met Friday afternoon at Mt. Vernon City Hall. There was a rehearsal of the program for the vespers and candle lighting ceremonies which will be given during 4-H Day Camp. The following officers for the new club year were elected: president, Ronald Gowler, Camp Ground Boys Golden Rule Club; vice-president, Louise Langa, Grand Kolahs; secretary-treasurer, Martha Mcherson, Kan-Did Club; reporter, Martha Rosenberger, Woodlawn Jack and Jills Club; recreation chairman, Bob Freeman, Dix Livewires and Dorothy Gaston, Rise and Shine Club. Following the election and re- TIME TO BUY LIQUOR IS NOW from the only Liquor Store in Mt. Vernon. East Side Square - FREE DELIVERY. PHONE too or 708 Free Parking in Rear NOTICE Having graduated from the Barry Jones Beauty Academy, and received the Certificate of a Registered Beauty Culturist by examination. Have a shop In my home loiown as HI-WAY BEAUTY SHOP, located on the Fairfield Road. MRS. PAULINE BURGESS PHONE S995-J3 Distinctive Letterheads FOR ALL NEEDS Your letterhead Is your postal personality. Make a good first impression every time. CALL FOR SERVICE mt. 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For tiie last couple of years banks all around tlie country have been fiolding finance forums for women, wooing tlie business of the community's housewives. These fonuna have been tagged with such provocative slogans as 'To the ladies" and "For women only". Their purpose has been to teach the girls how to take their money out of the sugar bowl and invest It in stocks, bonds or mort gages. • • • • NOW THE GENERAL FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS an nounces the cooperation of the three most important financial groups in the country in a program to teach women that the business of handling dollars is only a matter of common sense. These three foresighted groups are the Association of Stock Exchange Firms, the American Bankers Association and the Institute of Life Insurance. It seems that the big boys of finance suddenly discovered that the little woman holds the purse strings on a major share of the nation's wealth, does most of the purchasing and is a potential customer too long^neglected. 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