Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 21, 1951 · Page 20
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THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. fLLINOfS LTOI* fine VINEGARS AT yO«r» PAVORfTI STORES. TEXICO RITA McKINNCY, Cerrespendtnt PEN>rEL (new IMPROVSD POWDERfD APPtE nCIMf FOR MAKING AND JEILY • Preferred 3 to 1 over any other method by 7,000 Home Economists.the women who teach Sam and jelly makiOK for Full Fruit Flavor Firm Smooth Texture More Glassea—Less Work P.EN-JEl, CORP., KAI<SAS_CITY, MO. FROZSS, CANNED. BOTTLED FRUITS ond JVICES WITH PENJSL if FRESH FRVlTii ««<jtw«iN«. AN &(/h'geM BLEACH Besides making white and color-fast cottons and linens snowy-white and color-bright,Qorox conserves them, too! For Clorox is extra gentle... free from> . caustic and other harsh substances ... made by a patented formula used only by Clorox! A depeMk STAIN REMOVER Clorox rmakes numerous stains disappear as if by magic from white and color-fast cottons and linens . . . from kitchen and bathroom surfaces, too. Just check the Clorox label. AN efkcHve DEODORIZER When yo|j launder or clean with Clorox you also benefit by its deodorizing action. That's why Clorox-clean linens or . household surfaces not only look clean, they smell fresh! h addition CLOROX is one of the world's great DISINFECTANTS Drainboards, sinks, wash basins, tubs, showers, toilet bowls ... soiled linens, too ... may harbor dangerous g»rms that ordinary cleaning doesn't kill. For added health protection, make these germ centers sanitary with Clorox ... the most efficient germ-killer of its kind! See directions on the Clorox label. 4mtuM CLOROX ClOROK BUACfffS Rmm% STAIHS KODOKZtS OIK. i«l,ao,o. Ommai Co. ( lOa ox- (.Li AN means ADDED HEALTH PROTECTION! The W. S. C. S. of Union Chapel Church will meet with Mrs. Cleva Stirewalt Thursday evening at 8 o'clock for regular monthly meeting. The topic is "We Would See Jesus the Great Physician." Mr. and Mrs. John R. Ward of Dix were callers at the Harold McKinney home Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Marie Knowles and sons Kenriey and Johnnie, spent Tues day of last week with Mrs. Rita McKinney and family. Mrs. J. O. Campbell and daugh ter, Juanita, spent a few days last week in Champaign. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Roger and son were in Champaign Sunday to attend the graduation of their daughter, Romona. The following young people spent Saturday in St. Louis visiting the parks: Rosemarie McKinney, Larry Whitlock. Billie Whitlock, La Vern Austin, Marshall Simmons, Joan Mount and Nadine Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harris and son Bennie, from Michigan City, Ind, are spending their vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tate. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McKinney and Mr. and Mrs. Ray McKinney went to see Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Smith Sunday and helped them celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lampkin were visitors in the community Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Birdie Wilkens and sons of Mt. Vernon spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Green and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Shafer and Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Shafer of Mt. Vernon and Rev. and Mrs. Gordon Shafer of Okawville and Mrs. Harold McKinney and children sepnt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charley Shafer. James De Koker of Chicago visited with Mr. and Mrs. George Green last week. Doke Green has gone to South Holland to visit with his daughters. Mr. and Mrs. George Green visited Sunday afternoon in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Riley. The Texico Top-Notchers Club will meet with Sharon Sollis Thursday afisrriioon. Sunday visitors at the George Woodrome home were, Mr. and Mrs. George Woodrome of Scheller, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Duane Woodrome, Paul Bains and a friend of Carbondale, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Simmons and children of luka, Mr. and Mi's. Charles Woodrome, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Woodrome and children, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Simmons and family of Mt. Vernon, Dorothy Sanders of Walnut Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Spivey, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fraser of Te.xico, Fred Simmons from Camp Breckinridge Ky and Chester Fraser who is home on furlough from Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gorline of Greenville visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gorline. Junior Gorline returned home with them after spending the past week here. Doke and Lucy Hawkins spent Sunda\' with Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Hawkins. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Winegardner were callers in our vicinity Saturday. Mrs. Myrtle Patton is on the sick list. Mrs. Mildred Whitson and Mrs. Eula Osborn spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Perl Howard of Kell, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, T95I RIVAL! DOG FOOD 0 HIGH IN QUALITY LOW IN PRICE PUBLIC AUCTION lune 22, at 7 p. m. In the auction building at Oak Grove, Yz mile east of Mt. Vernon on the Fairfield Road. Will sell 5 rooms of like-new furnitviro, valued at approximately $1,500, consisting of the fol- loM 'ing: 1 living room suite (2 piece); 1 pull-up chair; 1 Morris chair; 1 desk ehalr; 1 coffee table; 1 stand table; 1 tiered table; 2 end tables; 1 whatnot; 1 floor lamp; 1 leather hassock; 1 blonde bedroom suite, con.slsting of 1 dresser, 1 wardrobe, 1 vanity and bench, 1 bed, Sealy mattress and box springs; 1 bedroom suite consisting of vanity and bench, 1 chest, 1 bed, springs and Innerspring mattress; 1 dining room suite consisting of 1 buffet, 1 China cabinet, 1 dining table, 6 chairs, 2 large wool rugs, 6 small \vool rugs; 1 Tappan gas range; 1 Sorvcl gas refrigerator; 1 metal utility cabinet; 1 chrome break- /ast set; 1 step stool; 1 step ladder; 1 lawn mower; 1 hoe; 3 rakes; 1 spade; 1 hand svyeeper; 1 magazine stand; 1 small table. Tite above mentioned furniture is some of the finest, most modern furniture ever sold at public auction in Jefferson county. It may be seen previous to the Sale by calling 2947-J. Plenty of parking space. Not responsible in case of accident. TERMS—CASH. H L JOHNSON, Fairfield, III., Owner CASSEL RICHARDSON, Auctioneer Pet Dog Adopts Rabbit Family •y Aiseciattd Prtu CHICAGO, June 20 — Mrs. Ralph Riddell's. two year old pet dog, Queeny, who had a litter of 10 puppies a few months ago, has a new family—four baby bunnies. Mrs. Riddeil said Queeny brought home the rabbits, which are about two weeks old. one by one from a field near the home. Mrs. Riddoll said she has not seen papa or mama rabbit and she will feed the bunnies until they are old enough to take off for themselves. All of Queeny's puppies were given away. • DROWNS IN SWILL By Asiociatcd Press ]\IORRIS, 111., June 20 — Two- year-old James Walker fell into a barrel of hog feed on his father's farm near Morris and drowned yesterday. DOUBLE WRAPPID FOR YOUR PROTfCTION _ RE EDCR FINEST SINCE 1860 MSAIK M¥AILABli-YO(IR OLD FAVORITE.., 90 PROOF OICNMOII •ISTIlLiRlfS COMPANT • tOUISVItH, KINTUCKr THIS WHISm IS 4 YEARS 01^ Buick's newest en|Ine -the F-263 Fireball- gives this year's SPECIAL the highest power in SPECIAL history Remember-only BUICK has a FlREBAU EHGIHE - • W E get a chuckle, sometimes, over all the fuss that's being made about "new engines." T^u'U note that the key feature of their design in every case is the vaive-in^head principle — whether these engines are already in production or still in the dream stage. Fact is, it takes this design to get the most from "high compression"—and how high you can go depends upon the available fuel. Using this design, wartime aircraft engines operated on 100 octane gasoline. It also takes this design to get the more-miles-per^galion which folks like in an automobile. So what gives us a chuckle is this: No other type of engine has ever been used in a Buick —which means that Buick owners, all along, have been getting a lot of things that others have just "discovered." fvm In HCNgy i. TAytOB, ABC Ntfworl:. »vtfy Monday ovening. Wh«n you com* to chsek th« field you'll find that th«r«'« a tweet freedom from roughnetf to this ongino't operation—tracing to the fact that tha wRole mechanitm itself {• engineered smooth, and the further fact that every Fireball Engino gete a Micropoite balancing offer assembly. • • • *• But that's not ajl. They get something more vastly more — because today's Fireball Engine has one standout feature found in no other automobile. That name "Fireball" isn't just a trick word. It describes what happens inside this engine. Inrushing fuel rolls into a swirling ball of gasoline vapor compacted around the spark plug. And when the fat spark sets it ofi, a cyclone of power lets go. Of course, a Fireball Engine, being a valve-in-head, keeps pace with high-test fuel, when it comes to "high compression." But what's more important in the present state of the world is this: A Fireball Engine is designed to handle the not-so-high-test fuel we may be get' ting in the not-too-distant future. So, if you want to sample all that's fine in motorcar engines, your Buick dealer is the man to see. Come in soon, and find out what the rest of the world has been missing. Equiprntnt, accutarU*, trim and modtb art nibjtet tnHang* leithtut HOIIM. Smart Buy's Buick WHIN lirrf* AUTOMOtllSS ARf tUILT BUICK WIU BUILO THIM COX BUICK SALES 1304 Broadway Ivan H. Cox, Owner PKone 315

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