Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 25, 1951 · Page 2
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THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS EX-MT. VERNONITE PROMOTED BY MAGNOLIA IN TEXAS Fred H. Moore • The appointment of Fred H. Moore to the position of assistant to the president was announced yesterday by J. L. Latimer, president of Magnolia Petroleum Company. The appointment is effective July ist. Mr. Moore spent more than four years in Mt. Vernon as district geologist for Magnolia. He lived liere from August, 1942 until May, 1947. Born in Comanche, Texas, Moore attended school there and - later was graduated from Texas Technological College in Lubbock. In -1931 he received his Master's De• gree in Geology from the University of Virginia and then spent two :years In the Graduate School of tGeology at Yale University. Fred H. Moore joined the Mag- •aolia organization in May, 1935 as r« field geologist in Oklahoma. He •'Was transferred a year later to .'Midland,' Texas, where he served 'four years as a geologist in West •Texas. After working in the com- Lpany's Kansas, Ohio, North Texas Land Illinois Geological Districts he :;Was sent to Roswell, New Mexico ;,to open Magnolia's geological of- ifices there in 1947..Two years later :_^oore was transferred to the conv- tpany's general offices in Dallas as 'staff geologist, in March, 1950 he • was assigned staff duties in the ; company's' executive offices. :^ Fred H. Moore is a Fellow of the ! jGeological Society of America and « member of the American Asso- •ciation of Petroleum Geologists, 'American Geophysical Union and ' the Texas Academy of Science. 4-H CLUBS HOSPITAL NOTES jlefferson Memorial / Admitted: Mrs. Flora Kitchen, 'McLeansboro; Charles Webb, Ina; ;;Joseph Wayne Jackson, Peoria; -A. D. Soward, Lowden, Tenn.; Pvt. Lloyd Glenn, Camp Breckin- lidge, Kyf, Mrs. Gertie Russell, Bluford; Mrs. Leona Biggerstaff, McLeansboro. ' Discharged: Mrs. Virginia Gar- Ilson, route 4; Mrs. Arthur Mil- 'Vrard, Fairfield road; Infant Mickey Graham, Ina; Henry Bish- Op, route 1; Mrs. Eleanor Sledge. Oood Samaritan ' Admitted: Mrs. Janet Birkhead, Ewing; Mrs. Maggie Harelson, jMrs. Masric Cravens, Master 'iJackie Harmon; Melvin P. Apple)by, Jr.; Mrs. Mabel Pate, Ashley. ' ; Discharged: Mrs. Mary E. Peterson, Bonnie; Mrs. Corrine Wilion, Bluford; Mrs. Vivian Correll; ;Mr8. Pansy Davey; Lee Noel g bpkins; Infant Nathan Earl unnells; Mrs. Leann Arnold, Op- dyxe; Mrs. Alice Mouck; Mrs. Jo 'Ann Mason and infant daughter, -Victoria Jean; Mrs. Maxine Wiley ^iand infant daughter, Nancy •Louise; Mrs Hellen Shain and infant daughter, Brenda Louise; vMni. Marjorie Jane Oliver. The meeting of Loyal Cooperators 4-H Club, which was scheduled for Tuesday evening at Mt. Vernon City Park h- '^^en postponed. * • • Harmony Girls 4 -H Club will meet July 5 at tlie home of Beverly Reeker. At the last meeting, held June 21 at the home of Orilla Byars, demonstrations were given by Priscilla Chambliss and the leader. Beverly Reeker and Orilla Byars made talks. * * * Mocking Bird Hill 4-H Club will meet at the home of Joyce Keele, July 3. At the last meeting, held June 18, at the home of Geraldine Withrow, demonstrations were given by Earlene Gregory and the hostess on how to make a buttonhole and how to make a scarf. * * * Grand Kolahs 4-H Club met on Thursday at the home of Juanita WiJloughby, with 13 members and one guest in attendance. Marilyn Piercy, president, conducted the business session. Christine Draege discussed "care of the toothbrush" and the hostess told why we use whole grain and enriched products. Marie Harlow demonstrated "hemming your garment" and Marilyn Piercy gave an illustrated talk on "Slaylining." Juanita Willoughby demonstrated "preparing a salad." Following the meeting, games wert played under the direction of recreation chairman, Marilyn Pitchford, assisted by Donna Sheldon and Marie Harlow. The hostess, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Feme Willoughby, served refrresbmtnts. The next meeting will be July 5, at the home of Marilyn Piercy. * * * Woodlawn Jack & Jills 4-H club met Friday evening at the Woodlawn grade school. Talks were given by Martha Rosenberger, Ardith McMillan nad Merle Fullerton. Plans for an ice cream social were completed. The group will meet again at the Woodlawn school, July 6. Bronze Star For Son of Mt. V.Man Lt. R. D. Cluck of Mascoutah, son of Raymond Cluck of 304 south 13th street, has been awarded the Bronze Star Medal for "heroic and meritorious achievement." Lt. Cluck, who was recalled to duty last October 15, received his citation for his efforts in construction of the Kiha Chan bridge in Korea. THE WEATHER RAIN WAS IN STORE TODAY for flood-plagued Kansas but the weather appeared good elsewhere in the nation. Forecasters predicted thundershowers in Kansas, virtually in the wake of a howling storm which whipped the southeastern part of the state yesterday and smashed windows, uprooted trees and disrupted power and communication services in five cities. The state's troubles can partly be laid to a month of wet weather which has sent rivers out of their banks, flooded farm and city areas and driven thousands of persons from their homes. Waters of some of these swollen rivers were receding today, " but flood conditions along 130 miles of the aKnsas— the state's largest river—were still considered critical. WARM. HUMID WEATHER with a few widely scattered thundershowers continued today in the Gulf states northward to the Ohio and to southern New England. Fair and cooler weather was pushed eastward over the Great Lakes region. Warm southernly winds brought numerous thundershowers to the plains states and eastern Rockies. West of the Rockies, it is fair and warm, ejjcept in the extreme north where cooler weather prevails. Early morning temperatures included Chicago 57, Green Bay, Wis. 48, Omaha 68, Denver 64, Seattle 58, Los Angeles 61, Phoenix, Ariz. 75, St. Louis 68, Boston 73. Miami 77. U.S. KEEPING ATOMIC BOMB PLANES READY «CMitlnu«d tram Pam* Omi of writing a report for the Senate. Likely there will be at least two reports—one of majority views and one of minority views. Two members predicted, however, that no military strategy recommendations would come from the committees. That would mean, in effect, leaving it to the country to decide whether MacArthur was right or wrong in his proposals for bombing and other blows at Red China. On his return from the Far East bombing command last January O'Donnell said the U. S. would be "very effective with the ultimate weapon" — the A-bomb — against Red China. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Norman Murphy, 908 south 23rd street, are the parents of a daughter. Brenda Kay, born this morning at 1:03 at Good Samaritan Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Charles Copeland, Mt. Vernon route 6, are the parents of a son, Richard Raymond, born at Good Samaritan Hospital Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Doylse McKenzie, 404 Herbert street are the parents of a son, Richard Doyle, born Saturday at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The little boy weighs five pounds, four ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Claude LeRoy Tinsley, Mt. Vernon route 2, are the parents of a son, bom this smorning at Good Samaritan Hospital. He has been named Dannie Lynn. Dr. and Mrs. Claude Hurst, 1503 Logan street are the parents of a son, Paul David, born at 7 :29 this morsning at Good Samaritan Hospital. Mrs. Hurst is the former Madge Franscavitch. VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL A Dally Vacation Bible School opened today at the Corinthian Baptist church, 1026 Ncwby Avenue, with classes daily from 8:30 to 11:30 a. m. All children, ages 14 to 16, aro^jvelcome to attend. The pastor, Rev. WUIlam Fuqua and members of the church today expressed their appreciation to workers of the First Baptist, Second Baptist and Logan Street Baptist cliurch for the promotion and assistance In the school and to merchants for their assistance In the project. The commencement exercises wiU be held Friday evening at 7:80 In the church auditorium. — (Pavlcdes Photo) DEATHS AND FUNERALS Rites Sunday For Pvt. Duone Wilson, Korean War Victim Military funeral services for Pvt. Duane E. Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward N. Wilson of RED 7, Mt. Vernon, will be held in Fairfield Sunday, July 1. Pvt. Wilson, 22, was killed in action in Korea on September 12, 1950. He is one of 374 American dead returned to the United States for burial. The body will arrive in Flora at 1:55 p.m. Wednesday and wiU be taken to Fairfield to the Dixon and Crippin Funeral Home. The body will be taken sometime Thursday, to the home of the parents on RFD 7, Mt. Vernon, and will be returned to the funeral home Saturday. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Sunday at the Dixon and Crippin Funeral Home, with appropriate military rites, and burial will be in the military cemetery at Fairfield. Wife of Former Resident Dies Mrs. T. O. Fox was notified yesterday of the death of Mrs. Louise Moore Gilbert, wife of Menzis E. Gilbert, in Jacksonville, 111. The funeral will be held Wednesday at 2:30 o'clock in that city. Mr. Gilbert was formerly a resident of Jefferson county and is a brother of the late G. Gale Gilbert. AIRPORT NEWS Ross Bennett flew from the local field to Springfield today. Melvin E. Fritz flew here from Waukesha, Wisconsin, today. VILLAGE OF BLUFORD, BLUFORD, ILLINOIS Statement of Receipts and Disbursements May S, 1949 to May 3, 1950 BALANCE, May 3,1949, per published statement— < Treasurer „ RECEIPTS: Glenn Murphy, Tax Collector, Village Tax $2,579.36 Glenn Murphy, Tax Collector, Road & Bridge Tax 586.90 $ 3.22 MEETINGS OF -ii The next regular meeting of I. O. O. F. District 102 will be held Jin the L O. O. F. hall at West rf rarkfort June 30, 1951, starting i;,at 8:00 o 'clock p, m, Entertain- anent and. refreshments, g Roy.F. Hamilton, -3 President Ik 5i Grace A. Henry Rebekah Lodge .^11 meet Monday evening for a ilhort busisess meeting, before •going 'to Woodlawn for initiation. *r All members are urged to be Present. f Cleo Sandusky, Noble Grand Shirley Heischmann, Rec. Sec. Woodlawn Rebekah Lodge, No, f J5, will hold its regular rneeting, tiondsy evening at eight o'clock. ^ There will be ah initiation. JoMPhine Grissom, Noble Grand Theuna Troutt, Rec. Sec. 'I A. f. A. M. - Mt. Vernon Lodge No. 31, A. F. A. Mi» will hold a meeting to- At 7 :30. Wbrk in third de•AU members urged to at- lirislting bothers welcome, nits. L E, BAteOLOMEW, 1 W. M. ,ir .B.w:Avis.s «5 *y. ; . • Yes, Your Walls Will Stay Cleaner Longer with SATIN • Exclusive synthetic rubber emulsion formula makes Spred SATIN the most beautiful, most nrashable, easiest-to-use paint ever made. Try it! You'll be amazed! Qt. $1.59 Sin? $5 Gal. .19 COIDEN RUIE PAINT STORE 1022 Jordan St. $3, Miscellaneous Receipts ". Anticipation Warrants Issued 2 Total Receipts and Balance DISBURSEMENTS: First National Bank of Chicago, Bond & Int $1 Orville A. Donoho, Salary Hubert Outland, Salary ..................................... Willard Baker, Salary i L. M; Marlow, Salary Addison Gillespie, Salary C. L. Butler, Salary C. L. Jones, Salary B. L. Bundy, Salary W. E. Kaelin, Salary E. R. Staley, Insurance Rixman Lumber Company, Account Illinois Power Company, Lights C. T. Lockeby, Hauling Hubert Outland, Supplies Ocie Yarbrough, Hauling Otis Cross Jr., Delivery Service : Mt. Vernon Register-News, Publishing Grant McRill, Labor * Webb Book Store, Supplies Orville Donoho, Telephone calls and expense E. M. Cornwell, Telephone calls Everett C. Wood, Auditing Service Lacy Mendenhal, Labor L. S. Wood Printing Company, Printing Service Willard Baker, Stamps E. A. Wilson, Labor Noble Irvin, Labor , , Lowell Pepple, Mowing Vern Whalen, Labor Sam Davis, Labor Virgil Lane, Labor C. L. Butler, Expenses H. C. Shelton, Cinders T. Halbrook, Supplies First* National Bank of Wayne City, Anticipation Warrants and Interest 1 John A. Kirk, Attorney Fee for 1948 and 1949.... B. E. Wood Printing Co., Printing Service Ivory Green, Labor Douglass Forsythe, Road Oil and Spreading Robert Howell, Labor Roy A. Hayes, Roofing City Hall Harry Bruce, Labor* John Askew, Labor Glen Catron, Pulling Road Grader Claude Robertson, Labor Orville Donoho, Expenses to Springfield, Illinois to attend I. C. C. Meeting concerning Southern Railway users hearing Frank Parker, Use of automobile to Springfield, Illinois Forrest McKitrjck, Labor M. L. Calkin, Per capita tax of 10c per person to be represented at Southern Railway users hearing Francis A. Haney, Sign Painting Total Disbursements BALANCE, May 3, 1950 166,26 105.00 ,500.00 $5,771.26 $5,774.48 ,367.50 72.00 72.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 55.92 535.40 252.77 143.50 7.50 228.40 1.50 36.00 6.85 2.76 7.00 2.80 96.50 3.25 2..55 .90 39.00 113.05 27.00 14.95 74.10 18.85 3.47 5.00 2.93 ,009.00 150.00 73.00 85.80 35,00 23.10 80.00 1.95 22.10 25,50 19,83 18.00 10,00 10,40 46,30 6,00 $5,229.43 545.05 Total Disbursements and Balance $5 ,774.48 WILLARD L. BAKER, Treasurer. Subscribed and sworn to before me a Notary Public, June 20, 1951. (SEAL) CLARA CROWDER, N. P. Former Resident Leonard Weiss Dies Yesterday Leonard Weiss, 64, of Evansville, Ind., a former resident of Mt. Vernon, died at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis at 2:30 p.m. Sunday.. Mr. Weiss was. a conductor on the L. & N. railroad. funeral services will be held Wednesday morning in Evansville, Ind., and burial will be at 1;00 p.m, Wednesday at the I.O.O.F. cemetery in Ashley. Mr. Weiss is survived by one son. Leonard, of Evansville, and one grandchild. He was a brother-in-law of Mrs. Bill Heilig and Elza Morgan of Woodlawn. I ELECTROLYSIS i I "A Lovelier You" | 1 Free Booklet OD Request 1 I OFF... FACE I i LIPS - LEGS • BODY 1 1 EYEBROW .ARCHING £ I HAIKI.INE CORRECTION | I Removed Forever i 1 rRE .\TMENTS $9 CA f I AS LOW AS i 1 By RADIOMATIC SIngli = = or Multiple NMIII* E = CLCCIROLVSIS tuti only math.. 1 — tndorsed by ioeton Hr aatn no = s pcrmansnt nftvrmarkt S = Authorlietf operator of Worl. S = Famoui KRCC Mathoil £ i Electrolooist Specialist E 1 Moradref Williamson i = 3C8 N Tth St. Mt VarnMi lit. 1 = , Phona 30T7 5 5 Evenings by Appointment 5 i 7 to 9 p.m. I ^•(MiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiir Mr. and Mrs. David W. Brown purcha.se new ranch type bunj^a- low located on the northeast corner of 34th and Forrest for a home from Mr. and Mrs. Irving Reznick. Mr. Brown recently built and is now operating "Brown's Dairy- Delite" ice cream drive-in at 1702 South 10th street, and he and his good family are members of the new First Presbyterian church on West Broadway. Mr. Reznick is president of the local Garment Factory and for • great number of years has been a real estate investor both in busines!! and residential property. , This deal was affected through the local real estate firm of Virgil T. Bailey, Inc. ..lAKIUAOE LICENSES Haensel R. Carnahan and Carla Fay Schweinfurth, both of Mt. Vernon. Homer Lee Cobb and Edna Lucille Keller, both of Scheller. Herbert F. Bennett and Lillie Mae Rowland, both of Mt. Vernon. Joseph Warren Champ, Woodlawn, and Barbara Ann Hartman, RFD 5, Centralia. R. E. Chapman and Rose Schuchman, both of Mt. Vernon. George E. Blackburn, Fairfield, and Helen Louise Martin, Stonefort. 111. John Wheeler and Emma May Pritchett, both of Fairfield. MONPAY, .lUNE 25, ^951_ Community Chest To Meet Tonight The Board of Directors of the Jefferson County Community Chest will meet at 7:30 o'clock this evening at the office of the Cliam- ber of Commerce. Discussion of proposed fog- spraying of Mt. Vernon and nearby towns, as a polio preventive measure, is scheduled. Fossils are not all made of the same material. DRY CLEANING Summer clothing needs more ihan ordinary cleaning aWenWon. You'W get more wear frorr\ your garments if we dean pnd press them for you. ^^^^ Qlt ''^ODAY FOR Bring Your Cleaning in This Week. Will Be Closed July 1 to July 7. KERLEY 'S CLEANING and DYEING CO. OWNED and OPERATED by CUY J. KERLEY X* H £ CnmA DOLL Restaurant CHINESE and AMERICAN Style ^^^^^^^ 904 Main Air Conditioned Chop Suey Chow Mein Plain Chop Suey Plain Chow Mein 1.00 Subgum Chop Suey 1.10 Chicken Chop Suey or Chow Mein 1 .25 Chicken Chow Mein With White Mushroom 1.60 Special China Doll Chop Suey 1.75 Shrimp Subgum Chop Suey 1.45 Egg Foyaung 75 Serving from 4 p,m. Until 11:30 p.m. • Just in Time For... Holiday' Vacation Time 115 North lOlh Mt. Vernon OUR MID-SUMMER CLEARANCE Brings You Savings of 20% to 50% DRESSES»SUITS»COATS BLOUSES • LINGERIE • MILLINERY GLOVES •HOSIERY Shop All This Week — in Morton's Air - conditioned Comfort

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