Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 26, 1951 · Page 6
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 6

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 26, 1951
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THE REGISTER NEWS — MT. VERNON. fLLINOrS TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1951 U.S. Warships Sail , Via Persian Gulf IT By AHMIIM PrtM SINGAPORE, June 26. — Four U. S. destroyers left Singapore harbor Monday en route to join the American Atlantic Fleet, and will past through the Persian Gulf. U. S. naval officers would not comment on the visit of the ships to waters off Iran, where the British-Iranian oil dispute has reached crisis proportions. A Washington announcement said there was no connection between the trip and the Iranian situation. The destroyers are the Kennedy, the Fiske. the Rush and the Hawkins. MALIK RECORDS KOREAN PROPOSAL CENTERVILLE MRS. T. C. CLCNN, CerrMpon^tnl Mrs. Ifelen Brechtefeld has returned from Rochelle, 111., where she has been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Thomas and getting acquainted with her new granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Sammie Burnett and sons spent Friday of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bullock and son of Chester, 111. We are sorry to hear of the death of uiycle Logan Richardson. The community has lost a good man. Mr. and Mrs. John Meadows and Effie Glenn spent Sunday wiUi Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas and^ daughter in Mascoutah, 111. Mrs. Mary Melton has just returned from a visit with her mother who lives in Kentucky. Mrs. Ola Adams of Mt. Vernon spent the weekend vdth Mrs. S. I. Parfitt. A dog attacked S. T, Parfitt at the home of Ira Storment last week and severely injured her. Several stitches were taken. At last reports she was getting.along nicely. A numbe from here attended the Bible school held at the Baptist church in Opdyke. Mrs. Lela Overby spent one day last week in Mt. Vernon, taking a sewing lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hutchcraft and sons visited in Macedonia Sunday. Glenn and Tony Burnett spent Saturdaj^ afternoon with Jimmie Ray Dial. O.K. CHRYSLER HIKES By AtsocisM Prau WASHINGTON, June 26.—The Chrysler Corporation was author- \ized today to increase retail prices on 11 of its new design models equipped with V-8 engines. UKI ITf I OlMNai' PLAVOK —(AP WIREltaOTO)" Jacob Malik, Soviet deputy foreign minister Is overshadowed by huge portrait of Josef Stalin at New York (Jane. 28) as he makes recording, broadcast later In the day, of proposal for a cease-fire in Korea. Recording was IStta In "Price of Peace" aeries by United Nations delegates. Malik proposed a conference between both Bides in the Korean war to arrange a cease-fire and an armistice providing that both aides withdraw from the S8th parallel. 3,377 GIs Return From War Front By Auociated PrtM SAN FRANCISCO, June 26. — The largest contingent of Korean war veterans returning to the U. S. on rotation — 3,.377 — arrived Monday on the Transport Gen. John Pope. (12 p.m.' CST). Thpy boost to 12,273 the number of veterans brought to San Francisco under the rotation plan. TOO, IS IMPORTANT IN HEATING YOUR HOME Of For the atinost comfort in heating, the coal you use must respond quickly !• changeable weather conditions. That 's •one of the many reasons we recommend Orient coal. This high quality, carefully prepared coal delivers an abun* dance of heat when needed, yet can be readily checked. ^We are confident it will win your approval from the standpoint of cleanliness and economy. 884 PERKINS DEALERS COMFORT M BENNY CARPENTER. MGR City Manager Bill Completed •y AttMlaM frtit SPRINGFIELD, HI., June 25.— Action on the ciyt manager bill was completed today in the Illinois legislature. The. bill allows all downstate cities to hold referendums on whether to adopt the city manager form of government. DAHLGREN NEWS H. C ftlAULOING. Correspondent Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Maulding of Martinsville, 111., and their son, Don Maulding and family of Casey, 111., visited in the home of the former's sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Shelton, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovvery and daughter and little niece of Detroit, Mich., are visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.. Lowery, and are en route to Phoeni.x, Ariz., to spend their vacation. Mrs. Tom Hobbs of Carmi and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Lowery of Se-sser were also visitors Sunday. Mrs. Charles Froom of Mt. Vernon visited her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Nim Estes, Sunday. Mr. Estes went to Barnes Hospital Monday for treatment. Miss Joy Drew of Belle Rive took dinner with Hildred Paris here Sunday. James Gibson and family of Bluford visited Mrs. Gibson's father, Clyde Brown, here Sunday.. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Maulding of Belle Rive were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Maulding Sunday. Mrs. Robert Grimes and two PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm I wUI sell at Public Auction, Friday, June 29, 1951 The following property, 7 miles southeast of Wayne City, Vi mile north of Trotter School. Sale begins 1:80 P. M. COWS AND HOGS—1 S-yr. old cow and calf; 1 5-yr. old cow, giving good flow of milk; 1 white Tace cow. 5-yrs old, fresh In July 1 jersey, 9-yrs old, giving milk; 1 sow and 9 pigs ready to wean. FARMING TOOLS — One John Deere tractor, new, with 14" plow; cultivator, planter with fertilizer; 10 ft. harrow; 18 wheel disc; mowing machine; rubber tire wagon with box; 40 bales lespedezia hay. HOUSEHOLD—1 bedroom suite and mattress; 1 rocldng chairs, radio; baby bed; new Speed Queen washing maclilne; new Delaval seperator; electric iron; davenport and piano. Garden plow; scoop shovel, pitch forks; post hole auger; about 80 estalpa posts. Many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE—CASH Not Responsible for Accidents Chorles Alexander OWNER DEWET WOOD, Auctioneer children were visitors in Mt. Ver- rtun Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Philli; and family of North Platte, Ne visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Tharp last week. John David McNair returned to his studies at Illinois University Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Maulding of East St. Louis and Mrs. Josie Maulding and daughter, Emma, visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Williams last week. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Glenn visited in the home of his father, John R. Glenn, Satui-day.. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Hutchcraft of Enfield visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Deavers here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Halley and Mrs. Charity Halley visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Jines here Sunday. Mr. and. Mrs. Calvin Tharp visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Ratliff at Belle Rive Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Orphus Echols and daughter, Kathleen, of Urbana, Mr. and Mrs. Herbie Witten of McLeansboro and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wilkerson of Fairfield visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Echols Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lance and son of Kell, 111., visited in the home of his father and othera here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Apgar spent the week end in East St. Louis with their children and grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Collins and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bivins and baby, Mike. Guests in tht home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Walden Sunday were Mr. and Mrs, Henry Tolley, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Elmmerson and Mrs. Jessie Stewart of Delafield, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walden of Norris aty and Mrs. Clyde P.oss of Evansville. Ind. Mrs. Dot Maxwell of Chicago and Miss Gladys Carpenter of Mt. Vernon were visitors here Saturday. TIME TO BUY LIQUOR IS NOW from the only Liquor Store in Mt. Vernon East Side Square - FREE DELIVERY. 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