Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 28, 1951 · Page 15
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 15

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, June 28, 1951
Page 15
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THE REGISTER NEWS — MT VERNON. ILLINOIS 1 SRt. James R. Denham, son of Mrs. Lenia O. West of 80b south Tenth street, recently graduated from the unit automotive supervision course at the Infantry School in Fort Bcnnmg, Ga. Samuel Ruii(;h Baugh, who enlisted at St. Louis, Mo., on November 10, 1950, received his recruit training at U. S. Naval Training Center. San Diego, Calif. He completed six weeks basic training and six \veol<s at Cooks, Bakers and Butchers School. Before entering the Navy, he was graduated from VVoodlawn high school. His address is: Samuel W. Baugh, C.S.S.A.. Navv No. 3923, Station Galley, c/o F.P.O., San Francisco, Calif. •HHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiinmiiHiimiinii^ OUR MEN IN SERVICE miiiiMiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinHiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiitiMiniiiiHiHiMiiiiiiiiH Pvt. James N. Morlan, son of Mrs. Hazel Morlan of north Tenth street, has vvor first place in a Best Armorer Contest held at Straubing, Germany. Pvt. Morlan is a member of Co. C, First Battalion of the Sixth Armored Cavalry, His mother has received a letter from his battalion commander in which he extends congratulations to the soldier I'oi' winning regimental first place in the contest. Pvt. Morlan enlisted in the U. S. Army July 12, 1948 and has been overseas since November of 1948. He recently reenlisled for six years. 4- 4- * Samuel W. Baugh, seaman apprentice, USN, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baugh of RFD 2, Mt. Ver- 1 non, is stationed at Yokosuka, Japp". James Denham Purpose of this ten-week course is to train selected enlisted men in all phases of organizational maintenance of military motor vehicles. * • * Lester E. Willmore, fireman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Willmore of McLeansboro, recently returned to the United States aboard the light cruiser USS Manchester. In supporting UN ground forces in Korea, the cruiser fired the greatest number of rounds of ammunition fired by any Allied warship in the campaign. • • • Ben Wilson, lithographer, third class, USN. of RFD 2, Fairfield, recently returned to the U. S. from the Far East aboard the aircraft carrier USS Philippine Sea. Sine her arrival in the Far East last August the Philippine Sea has steamed more than 121,500 nautical miles, approximately five times the distance around the world. + * • Master Sergeant Rowland Lewis has another decoration to add to his collection of two wars. His outfit, the 8069th Replacement Battalion in Korea, has been awarded the Meritorious Unit Commendation by Maj. Gen. Leven C. Allen, Chief of Staff. The 8069th instituted and operated the extensive replacement system in Korea, according to the commendation. It ran eight troop trains, including mess, recreation, and educational facilities. It re- RELAXATION - Helen Hayes works on intricate petit- point while awaiting call to the set during: (iiming of "My .Soh John" which marks her return to screen in Hollywood. Zzyzz Last Name In Phone Book By Aiaoeiatad Prtst LOS ANGELES, June 28. — If oddest-sounding names are any criterion of which of the two cities is the most cosmopolitan, then New York can now take a back seat to Los Angeles. That is, if you can base such a distinction on last names appearing in current telephone director ies. In New York it's a comparatively common John Zyzneski. But in Los Angeles (you pronounce it) it's: Ricardo Zzyzz. WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 IWt- 2 ,408,809 Payrollers WASHINGTON, June 28.—The Civil Service Commission said today the executive branch of the federal government had 2,408,809 paid employes at the end of April. This was an increase of 46,945 during the month. equipped and sent hospital returnees back to their stations and implemented the rotation program. M/Sgt. Lewis wrote to his par-! ents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Lewis of Waltonville, that he doesn't know when his turn will come on rotation, although he will be eligible in July. He fought in World War II with the Marines. i •auGrAS DRUG COMPANY 107 SO. TENTH ST. MT. VERNON. I LL . STORE HOURS Daily 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. Sunday 12 to 6 p. m. 10 i ^iffPHARMAaST /oifanrs MS OUSINBSS. WU CAMOBPeftO OH MMfVa SAFE. OEFemUli MUsaumMsimce 5HIN0LA m HAND'S GROCERY A FEED Mt Vernon FRED FOWLER Ina MOONEY'S CROC. A FEED Boyd D0AN5 PILLS 471 DOUBLE WRAPPED FOR YOUR PROTECTION 4'-RIGHT IN /iU YOUR H01ID4Y V NEEDS y KODAK- UAWKfYE FINEST SINCE 1860 IDT BUY NOW-SAVE JLHIXJ , L ROEBUCK AND COJ 15.. TO 17"! Regulorly 129.95 50-in. Cast- Iron Cabinet Sink 11495 EASY PAYMENT PLAN ALSO SOLD ON SEARS You Save 15.00! Crisp Streamlining! All Chrome Fixtures Porcelain Enameled. Save big money on this big Ibeauty! Sink coated with stain- proof porcelain enamel , . . fitted with basket strainer. 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CABINET SINKS Sized for Smaller Kitchens Reduced Price79.95 MAIL THIS COUPON SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. Ill NORTH 10th ST. MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS Gentlemen: Please Send Me Information On Homart Cabinet Sinks Checked Below, • Steel Cabinet • Cast Iron Sinks Cabinet Sinks NAME ADDRESS k. CITY STATE 111 North 10th St. Telephone 3000 AFr£R s^j9\/e lar/o/^ 2Si CITRATE MAGNESIA 7« ODOIMNO PEOl?o/^/?A/r 5ACC4JARIN fif4Pf<fffS S0 \Ai TOBACCO YOUR c//a/C£ VACUUM some, p/jyr 3AYER ASPIRIN BURMA SHAVf RAZOR BLADfS fS^Cm 2S^ BOTTLE WOODBURrMMM ^rri/J&i'S/ziE IV00D6URY Lcr/a/y PLASTiC PALLETS ms/YcMoirc^pesL sc(/ppppaop i I CAMPANA SOLITAIR 49^ /O^ P^06 SIGUTSAVERS eyecL4ss PEPSOMNT roor^ p/isre w/rff , roam SPifs^ ^Bom POP ...OD\ ENOZ Mor //spp4i mr// DMT, Q'TIP /fPPUMTOPS 1% aox/2 MOOESS NAPKINS 391 f/.7syALi/e EvemoffP/iRfs SMPU MEXSANA sj^/Arcpepikf •POP saMmi BRIATH'O'LATOR cers /?/o OF B/JD i m AMMCNS 35t ^MnsePTJC STOP BODY ODORS I I

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