Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 27, 1951 · Page 7
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 7

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 27, 1951
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^ f WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 195T TH€ REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, !LL?NOIS PERSONAL Miss Flora Cornelius has returned to her home in Greenville after spending tho past two weeks visiting with relatives anri friends in this city and in Opdyke. Emory SledKo, route 5, has received word that his son, Pvt. Bobby Sledge, has arrived in Korea. Sledge lelt the states May 15. His address is: KA 1729303'!. Prov. Co. 642, A.P.O. 613, C/o Postmaster. San Francisco, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Summers have as their guests Mrs. Dennie Secger and her daughter, Mrs. Burl Quinn, and granddaughter, Nancy Quinn of Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Mrs, Seeger is a former Opdyke girl and was Dennie Tucker before her marriage. Little Miss Gyan Rade Summer.,, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Summers of Champaign, is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy. Summers while her parents are on vacation. Mrs. Howard Warren anr" daughters, Fritzle and Cindy, havr returned to their home in Tulsn Okla. after visiting Mr.s. Warren'' mother, Mr.s. J. O. Purcell at Di.\ and with Mrs. Arthur Warren ir this city. Donald McCann, son of Mr. anr' Mrs. Everett McCann, and Jof Donelson. son of Mr. and Mrr Frank Donelson; are attending I) lini Boys State, in session thi' week in Springfield. Mr. and Mr? McCann, their son, David, and Mf Can's mother, Mrs. Cora McCann, drove tiie boys to Springfield Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. McCann received a letter from Donald yesterday in which he stated that 1200 boys from all parts of Illinois are in attendance. Thursday will be visitors day at Boys State. Mrs. Ruby Holt returned last evening from Bloomington, Tnd. where she spent several days visiting her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. .Tack Pickerine and her new granddaughter, Pamela Elizabeth, who was born Monday. Capt. and Mrs, Merrell B. Witters and daughters of Murock, Cal. are visiting his sister, Mrs. Ruby Holt in this city, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Witters in Dahlgren. Mrs. Robert E. Thorpe of Orlando, Fla. is the guest of Mrs. Earl Garrison. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spaine have arrived from Charlotte, N. C. to spend a few days with Mrs. Spaine's parents, Mr, and Mrs. H. G. Atkinson. Jack Lee Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford John.son, Contra- lia road, left yesterday for Pensacola, Fla. after spending a 14 day leave here with his parents. He completed his boot training in San Diego, Calif, and will be stationed at the Naval Air base at Pensacola. Mrs. Emma Dial and .son, Harley, have returned to their home in Carbondale after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dial Crosno, Benton road. Mrs. Blanche Crosno of St. Louis is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dial Crosno. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Latta and daughter, Ann, have returned to Burbank, Cal. after visiting relatives and friends here. They were accompanied home by Miss Eva Wood of Benton, and Miss Doi-is Hayes and Mrs. George McGuire. Baptist Young People Meet The first Young People's Leadership Institute sponsored by Women's Missionai'y Union of Salem South Baptist Association will be held at the Second Baptist Church of Mt. Vernon on Thursday, June 28, beginning at 7:00 p. m. Mrs. Wave Turner, associational Young People's leader, and Mrs. W. T. Waring, associational W. M. U. superintendent, have arranged a fine program for that evening, with each department of Young People's work represented. Cooperating with Mrs. Turner and Mrs. Waring are Miss Bessie Mae Ice, the new state Young People's leader; Miss Elaine Dickson, assistant in that department and working in the Baptist Student Union at Carbondale and in the State W. M. U. office, and Miss Dottie Whitsell. student, volunteer worker who is one of the students coming to this state under the Home Mission Board student program. W. T. Waring, pastor of the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church will direct the confei'encc for R. A. workers, and there will also be conferences for Y. W. A. coun­ sellors, as well as Girls' Auxiliary counselors and Sunbeam leaders. TO be AUTUMN mbi GIRL SCOUT NEWS Second-g.'ade Brownie Scouts had their irtroduction to day camp last week at the Little House. On Thursday evening, fathers were guest at the vveinor roast and a program of songs and dances. Unit leaders and assistants were: Shirley Morgan, Gladys Purcell; Fl-ancine Mabry, Margaret Young; Sue Dillow, Mildred Sutton; Lee Carr, Mrs. O'Brien; Nadine Stepard, Louise Soloman and Vlasti Klimt. Senior and junior Higi Aides; Donna Atchison, Mary^ Ann CamplDcll, Janice Metcalf, Alice Pigg, Mary Louise Shields and Darla Carr. Nurse on duty for tke week, Evelyn Fore. Assistants for Dad's night, Audrey Beekman and Genevieve Laird. Director, Vlasta King; assistants, Mildred Firnall and Corolla Tyler. TEXICO RITA MeKINNCV, Correipendtnl —(Mary Jane Studio Photo) iiISS BETTY LOIS MORGAN, whose parents, Rev. and Mrs. George R. Morgan, Bethel road, are announcing her engagement to James C. Copple, son of Mrs. Clifford Copple of Centralia. A late autumn wedding is being planned. Miss Elizabeth Alleene Thorne Wed to Benjamin Kennedy Norton First Presbyterian Church in Albuquerque, N. M., was a profusion of white flowers and smilax for the Friday evening, June 15, marriage of Miss Elizabeth Alleene Thorne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Thorne, and Benjamin Kennedy Horton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo V. Horton, 724 Columbia Avenue, Mount Vernon, Smilax and baskets of the flowers banked the wall of the church, forming a backdrop for the six candelabra which were placed in cathedral formation up to the platform which was especially constructed for the wedding. Seventy-two tapers were used across the far side of the platform and it was banked to the right and left by high baskets of white flowers. A semi-circle was formed on the platform by seven single white tapers wound with smilax and candelabra. Baskets of white flowers were used to complete the unusual motif. The individual pews were marked with bouquets tied in white ribbon and the small chapel was banked with flowers and candelabra. The seven bridesmaids wore American Beauty red gowns which somplimented the all white floral arrangement. They were: Mrs Robert Colgan, matron-of-honor; Miss Mary Anderson, Miss Janet McCanna, Miss Susan Colman, Miss Joan Stromberg, Mrs. Jack Cobbet.t and Mrs. Jack Huning. Their gowns were ballerina length designed with bouffant skirts, handkerchief hemlines, and tight fitting, strapless bodices. They wore sleeve stoles and carried delicate lacy white bonnets tied with side white satin ribbons and filled with roses. The bride was gowned in ivory satin. Designed with a low neckline, the bridal gown, was styled with a cutaway skirt which fell over many layers of net. A large bow of imported Italian lace was appliqued to the bodice and smaller bows edged the skirt and full cathedral train. A long veil of French illusion was held in place by the bride's ivory satin pearl trimmed cloche and she carried a cascade bouquet of white orchids and lilies-of-the-valley. As "something old" the bride wore a diamond ring owned by Mrs. Fred Wilson, which had been worn by Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Addison Strong and Mrs. Horton the bridegroom's mother, at their weddings. "Something new" was a bridegroom's gift, a diamond wrist watch. Donald L. Benoist of Mt. Vernon was best man. Ushers were Horace Ainsworth, Jr., of Dallas; Douglas Florence of Minneapolis, Robert Colgan, William Fuller. James Ritchie and John Sanderson. The candles were lighted by Miss Sandra Strong and Miss Rebecca Horton, who wore white net gowns similar to those of the bridesmaids. Miss Pamela Strong was flower girl in a floor length frock, with a softly crushed high neckline. She carried a basket trimmed with red roses containing rose petals and wore a wreath of white flowers in her hair. Goodsell Slocum was organist I HAVE A FEW ROTARY MOKERS LEFT. Get ours now. Will cut any kind of weeds or grass and do it fast and easy. LYLE INGRAM 221 South 12th Street CI U.iROYALS THE UTMOST IN TIRE ECONOMY DUNCAN & GARRISON TIRE SERVICE 12th & Broadway — Phone 817 and Mrs. Richard Carlisle sang. Mrs. James Chess, San Marino, Salif., was violinist. Rev. Everett B. King officiated. Mrs. Thorne, the bride's mother, wore a beige chiffon dress and lace redingote. Her accessories were red and she wore a red rose corsage. Mrs. Leo V. Horton, mother of the bridegroom, was attired in grey chiffon and also wore a rose corsage. Following the ceremony, a reception was held' at the Albuquerque Country Club. Gardenia trees were used in the entrance in the dining room and white flowers banked the rail of the foyer. The cake table was covered with a white satin cloth on which were scattered gardenias and roses. The large, tiered wedding cake was topped by a single white rose. The two buffet tables, wound with smilax and decorated with gardenias, were centered with fountains ,also covered with smilax and gardenias. Out-of-town guests attending the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Leo V. Horton of Mt. Vernon, parents of the bridegroom. The couple left on a wedding trip to Mexico City and upon their return will be at home at 408 Ridge Circle. Notice to Shoreholders The lllinois^Bankers Life Assurance Company Brine in your Stocl{ Certificates and the papers received with your NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS. We will be fflad to give you the service needed free of charge, and aelp you file before July 14th, 1951 Joe H. Hossebrock Insurance Agency 915 i/j Bdwy, Mt. Vernon. 111. Phone 1815 or 3801-J2 Mr. and Mrs. Ivon Phillips of Burnt Prairie are the proud grandparents of a grandson born to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Phillips of Burnt Prairie. Th( little boy weighed 7 lbs 14 ounces. They are former residents of this community. Mrs. Marie Knowles and sons were in tl community visiting relatives and friends Saturday. Joan Haley spent a few days last week with her sister Mrs. Birdie-Wilkens and family of Mt. Vernon. Anita McKinney spent Saturday nlcrht with Linda Lou Greeh. Mr. and Mrs. Keith McKinney and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harris of Michigan City, Ind. vho have been visit|jpg relat'ves in our community spent the weekend in Nashville, Tenn. and attended the Grand Ole Opera. Keubner of Ohio has re­ timed to his home after spending a two weeks vacation with his sisters and other relatives. ' Wilma Whitson spent Saturday night and Sunday with Sharon Sollis. Mr. and Mrs. Ver1e Ellis and son have returned home after spending several months in different parts of the west. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Compton and son of St. Louis spent the week end in the Alvin Hails home Linda Lou and Sharon Lee Green spent Sunday with Anita •^''•"Kinney. Mr. and Mrs. Hen^y Richards and children of Mt. Vernon spent Sundav afternoon w'th Mr. and Mr."?. George Beal. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Jackson and Sara Mae and Mrs. Lila Riggs spent Sunday in Walnut Hill. Bill Price of '^nrinefield spent a few days last week with Mr and Mrs. Sidney Parker. Marcell and Wiln.a Whitson were supper guests in the home Mr. and Mrs. Bob Knowles Saturday 'vening. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Green of Alton spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Green. Fred Simmons of Mt. Vernon and Dorothy Sanders of Walnut H'M were married Tue.'-day evening, June 19tii at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rollir.son of Kell. Several from here attended their charivari and showei at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sanders Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Simmons and daughters, Zella and Evelyn of Mt, Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. George Woodrome, Godfrey, Edith and Judv Schultz, Ruth and Janice Chambliss and Martha Keeler visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Rov Fraser. WED IN CHURCH CEREMONY Toastmasters Club Toastmasters Club of Mt. Vernon held its regular meeting, Monday evening at the L and N Cafe. In addition to tiie regular table topic for the evening, each member present made an extemporaneous talk on a selected .subject. During the business session, plans for a son-daughter night and for a .summer open-air meeting were discussed. WE MEAN JUST WHAT WE SAY Now TNOUSMDS . UN HEAR in Eor Amtring electronic wonder brings glorious new hope to tiiousands—actually liides deafness. Write, phone or come in for details about the new— Bettone MONO-PAC On*-Unil HMring AM Dr. J. Frank Wallace has helped thousands to better hearing. So why don't you consult him about your hearing problem, 513 S. 15th St. or Phone 3108 for an appointment 38, 6.00x16, General, $18.95* 6, 6.70x15. Secondi, $17 .95* 14, 6.50x16, General, $22.95* If, 7.10x15, Secondi, $18.95* 8, 7 .00x15, Seconds, $19.95* 9, 7.60x15, Seconds, $19.95* 12, 7 .00x15, 6 pi. Sec. $24.95* 12, 8.20x15, Seconds, $19.95* 6, 8 .00x15, Seconds, $18 95* 20, 8.00x15, General, $22.95*. RECAPPED—NEW TIRE GUARANTEE 12, 6.00x16 .... $10.59* 9, 6.70x15 .... $11.90*! 4. 6.50x16 .... $12.20* 7, 7.00x15 . • • . $12.90*, USED—INSPECTED AND GUARANTEED «, 6.00x16 .... $8.00 12, 6.70x15 .... $10.00 4, 6.50x16 .... $9.00 6, 7.10x15 .... $11.00 6, 7.00x15 .... $9.00 8, 7.60x15 .... $11.00 'Exchange, plus tax. ion 1 need cosh to tosh in on these vo/oes DUNCAN & GARRISON TIRE SERVICE 12fh & Brood way Phone 817 Observe Silver Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Parker held "open house" last eWning at their home, 2012 Richview road, in observance of the twenty-fifth anniversary of their marriage. During the evening, they received a congratulatory telegram from Mrs. Parker's parents and brother, Mr. and C. A. Wellei* and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weller. of Danville, who were unable to be present. The refreshment table was laid with a cloth of lace and the floral centerpiece ol white daisies combined with silver hearts and ribbons, was flanked by white candles in crystal holders. Mrs. Curtis Parker, and Miss Shirley Carlton served. Mrs. Earl Garrison Hostess Mrs. Earl Garrison entertained at her home on north Sixteenth street last evening with a six o'clock dinner. Guests of honor were the personnel of Geraldine's Beauty Salon. Following dinner the guests occupied two tables at canasta. Prizes were awarded to Geraldine Bullington for high score; Marian JaCkson for second high score, and Gertie Morgan for low score. Other guests included Mrs. Robert E. Thorpe of Orlando, Fla., Jean Koons, Harriet Sewell, Dorcas Steimel, and Sclma Waters. Tentli Birthwlay Party Saturday afternoon, 27 little girls gathered at the home of Sharon Kay Jaco in VVoodlawn in honor of her tenth birthday. The afternoon was spent in playing games and prizes were award-' ed to Marilyn Piper, Sue Ellen Sechrest. Ardith McMillan, Ann True and Leanna Park. Refreshments of ice cream and birthday cake wore served. The little guest of honor received many lovely gifts. Gun Collectors Organize Club Newest organization in the Mt. Vernon area is the Egyptian Gun Collectors Club which has as its aim the promotion of interest in the collecting and study of antique and modern firearms. Earl Hanes, owner of a widely- known gun collection, is president of the club and Harold Coryell is secretary and treasui'er. Trustees are George I-iarlow, W. D. Isaac and Loren Hartley. First MettuKlist " And Moose Tieln Blood Donorf Tied for first place In th# Mood donors at last Friday's Blood^ mobile visit are the Aaoose lodg* with 9 and th* First MothodlUt Church with 9. Second Is th« Home Bureau with 8 donors who came from the (oIlowinR imilst". Bethel 1; Belle Rive \\ Walton- villc 3; Dbt Evening 1; and 3 donors gave for -the Jefferson County Home Bureau. Park Ave. Baptist Church is third with 7 donors, Other organizations credited with donors for the last visit Include: Elks .5; VVoodlawn Baptist Church 4; Magnolia Petroleum 4; Marlow General Baptist Church 3; Woodlawn PFA 3; St. Mary's Chureh 3; East Side Baptist Church 3; Central Church ol Christ 3; Jaycees 2; Wesley Meth< odist 2; Presbyterian Church 2; Local No. 116A 2; Amvets 2 and Bluford Baptist 2. Organizations with one donor to their credit are: Woodlawn Christian Church, Belle Rive Christian Church, Warren Ave. Gospel Mia- sion, Newcomers, Eagles, Pleasant Hill Baptist, First Baptist oi Ewing, Elk Prairie Christiah, Second Baptist, Rotary, Eastern Star Mt.- Vernon Car Co., Wagner Electric, West Salem Methodist. American Legion and Local No. 1136. Blood collected here is »»ed al all Jefferson County Hospitals anc is given to local residents hospital ized away from here' when quested. Red Cross blood is givei at no charge. —(Leitzell Studio) MR. AND MRS. KARL O. GLATZ, following their marriage at St. John's Church, Dahlgren, Illinois, Saturday, June 16. Miss Ruth Irwin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Irwin, Dahlgren, became the bride of Karl O. Glatz, son of Joseph Glatz of Mt. Vernon, in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Father James P. Burke, of Mt. Vernon, during nuptial mass, at nine o'clock Saturday morning, June 16. Preceding the ceremony, the candies were lighted by Paul Glatz and John Francis Fleckenstein. The choir from St. Mary's church in Mt. Vernon sang, accompanied by Miss I' Marie Weigand, Mt. Vernon, at the organ. The bride wore a gown of white satin, fashioned with a marquisette yoke, giving an off-shoulder effect. The wide skirt flared slightly below the waistline into a circular train. Her fingertip length veil of French illusion was held secure by a crown of orange blossoms. The bridal bouquet was white gladioli and gardenias with baby's breath tied at intervals in the white satin streamers. Mrs,. Raymond Fleckenstein, Mt. Vernon, wore a pink taffeta gown fashioned like that worn by the bride. She wore a matching pink taffeta hat and carried a bouquet of pink carnations and blue stephanotis, tied with pink and blue streamers. Mr. Fleckenstein served as best man and the ushers were .Harry Sinks, Opdyke, 111., and Bernard Glatz, Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Irwin, mother of the bride, chose for her daughter's wedding, a grey dress, with which she wore black accessories and a corsage o white carnations. Immediately following the cere mony, a reception was held at thi home of the bride's parents. Pink and white roses decorate* the refreshment table. Mrs. Thom as Aydt. Mrs. Willie Irwin, Mrs Francis Fleckenstein and Mrs Kate Loeher assisted in the dinini room. Mrs. Harry Sinks kept tb guest register. When Mr. and Mrs. Glatz de parted on their wedding trip t Missouri, Mrs. Glatz wore a traM eling costume of blue bemberj white accessories and the gardenia corsage from the bridal bouquet. The bride was graduated froa Dahlgren Township High Schoc in 1945 and is employed in the o fice of International Shoe CoRi pany, Mt. Vernon, Mr. Glatz, better known as Bo served two years in the U. S. Nav; during World War II, with elevei months overseas. He is also era ployed at International Shoe Com pany. » The newly-married couple ar making their home at 308 nortl Fifth street, Mt. Vernon. Hofdf your liafs, kidsi Wehi Ridinf with PHIIUPS 66 6A88UNE! G ET SET FOR ACTION, kids, when you ride with Phillips 66. This gasoline has power! It contains XC4. XC4 is what makes good gasoline better! It gives smooth performance! It fires fast and evenly, providing quick starts and fast engine warm-up. 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