Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 30, 1951 · Page 5
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SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1951 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS PERSONAL I Miss PcRgy Jeanne SLmmons, ' little daughtoi of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Simmons, lias been removed from Monmoutii Hospital, Monmouth, 111., whore she underwent surgery recently, to the family home, 1707 Pace avenue, where she is recuperating. Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Beeson visited friends and relatives in East St. Louis, 111., yesterday. Mrs. Connie Dulaney and son, Mark Allen, left this morning for Boston and New Hampshire, where ) they will spend the summer with Mrs. Dulancy's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Dow. Mr. and Mrs. Eail Vaughn and son, Raymond Grant, loft this morning for a two weeks' vacation in San Bernardino, Calif., with Mr. Vaughn's relatives. Kenneth Hall of Nason spent yesterday in this city transacting business. C. R. Dutton was a business vis itor here from Texico yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Clctus Glass of Centralia spent yesterday afternoon in this city. Oscar Palmei of Buckner, 111., •pent yesterday in this city where he transacted business. Raymond Pitchford of Nason was a Mt. Vernon business visitor yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Norris and their grandson. Gene Curtis Norris, of Sesser, were in this city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Shehorn and son, Arvil, of Johnsonville, spent yesterday in Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lesher of Salem were visitors here yesterday. Mrs. George Jones of Fairfield was a Mt. Vernon visitor yesterday. Mrs. Albert Roberts of Waltonville spent yesterday in this city. Omer Farmer of Wayne City spent yesterday here. Thomas Green was a Mt. Vernon visitor yesterday from Bluford. Mrs. Patsy Click and Miss Bernice Sutton of Fairfield were the § uests yesterday of Mrs. Norman ummers on Ashley road. Miss Eula Brock and Mrs. A. A. Montgomery of Fairfield were Mt. Vernon visitors yesterday. H. R. Eckleberry of Fairfield spent yesterday afternoon in this city transacting business. Miss Emma Jean Pope returned from St Louis where she visited her sister, Mrs. Bernice Rightnowar, who underwent a major operation Thursday morning at St. Luke's Hospital in St. Louis. Her room number is 236. Mrs. M. L. Linton has arrived from St. Louis to spend several weeks as the guest of Mrs. Al Cravens. FORMER MT. VERNON GIRL WED IN PHOENIX • 4-H CLUBS Belle Rive Comrades met at the Belle Rive Grade School Wednesday afternoon. Ka'ihaleen Malcolm and Mary Ripplinger gave cooking demonstrations. A cup custard was judged by the 12 members, three guests and the leaders present at the meeting. The next meeting will be held July 3. at 1:30 p.m. Pleasant Hill Hi-Lites 4-H Qub met Wednesday at the home of Joann Mount. Shirley and Betty Duncan will be hostesses to the group July 6, at 1:30 o'clock. « « * Rise and Shine 4-H Club met at the home of Nadine Hill, Friday, With 16 members and one guest in ^attendance. Joann Mount and Yvonne Sargent made talks. David Sargent and Kenneth Dubois gave a demonstration. The next meeting will be held July 13 at the home of Glory Ann Mossberger; at 7^30^p.m. Opdyke Blackhawks 4-H Qub met Thursday evening at the home of Jackie Elliott. Riley Cummings and Jackie Elliott made talks. A demonstration on making a rope halter was given by Dean Schwenningc-r. Everett Kelly led the group in games. The next meeting will be held July 19 at the home of Everett Kelly. SOCIETY Green Hills Ladies Guests at West Frankfort Indies from Green Hills Country Club were the guests of the ladies at West Frankfort Country Club Wednesday. ^ Fifteen golfers and card players from the local club made the trip to West Frankfort. Mary Little upheld the honor of the local group by capturing first in handicap play and making low handicap score. Dorothy Smith was low medalist. RECEIVES HARDING AWARD AT ILLINOIS U. —(R. C. Latimer Photo—Phoenix, Ariz.) kiR. AND MRS. WILLIAM ROBERT CUNNINGHAM, following their marriage June first, in Phoenix, Ariz. The bride is the former Miss Willa JoAnn Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Harry F. Allen, former Mt. Vernon residents. »•» THE Central Methodist Church in Phoenix, Ariz., was the scene of an impressive wedding ceremony on Friday evening, June 1, when Miss Willa JoAnn Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Allen became the bride of William Robert Cunningham, son of Mr. and the class of 1950, attended college in Phoenix, and since then has been employed at Valley National Bank in Phoenix. The bridegroom graduated from North Phoenix high school and attended Phoenix College where his fraternities were Alpha Pi Alpha and Sigma Kappa Phi. He is employed at the First National Bank in Phoenix. The newly married couple are at home at 724 north First street, Phoenix. Sewing Box Mrs. Maxine Jones entertained members of the Sewing Box Wednesday evening at her home, 316 south 15th street. Mrs.. Lucille Johnson and Mrs. Barbara Smith were welcomed as new members. Mrs. Thelma Barbatoe of Vernon, Tex., sister of Mrs. Betty Harrison, was a guest at the meeting. At the close of the evening, the hostess sarved r.freshments. Mrs. Bernice Bowles will entertain the group July 25, at her home on Lambert street. Happy Circle Club Happy Circle Club met at the Mt. Vernon City Park Thursday with Mrs. Lela Mills, Mrs. Minnie Mills and Mrs, Gladys Pasley as hostesses. A picnic dinner was served at noon to the 28 members present. Miss Thelma Boswell of Opdyke was a guest at the meeting. Mrs. Joan Kent, president, conducted a brief business meeting. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Mildred Eller, Mrs. Mary Smith and Mrs. Bessie Thompson. Mrs. Emma Carter, with Mrs. Lulu Etta Lockeby and Mrs. Cecilia Burgin as co-hostesses, will entertain the club August 2, at the home of Mrs. Carter. MARRIAGE LICENSE Kenneth Iverson and Lois Jones, both of Cornell, 111. BARBERING By Appointment THE FIEI OS SYSTEM m S Utb St. — Phone 417S Mrs. H, C. Cunningham, also of Phoenix. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Charles S. Kendall before an altar lighted with white tapers and decorated with white gladioli. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. Mary Hamilton, organist, accompanied Miss Harlene Pomeroy, who sang "I Love You Truly" and "Because." The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a bridal gown of white satin, with seed pearls outlining the yoke. The gathered skirt ended in a long flowing train. A crown of seed pearls and orange blossoms held secure her finger tip length veil of illusion. She carried a white orchid attached to a miniature white Bible. Mrs. Harry A. Rutherford served as her sister's matron of honor, wearing a floor length gown of pale blue nylon lace and taffeta. She carried a bouquet of pink asters. The bridesmaids. Miss Carmen Nail and Miss Irma Hearrell, wore identical ballerina length gowns of pink frosted organdy and carried bouquets of blue asters. Mrs. Allen, mother of the bride, wore a sheer navy dress, with white accessories and a yellow carnation corsage. Mrs. Cunningham, mother of the bridegroom, wore pink lace with blue accessories and a blue carnation corsage. Jimmy Wright was the bridegroom's honor attendant, and the ushers were Bill Foy and Baird Stevens, a cousin. Miss Barbara Horsley kept the guest register at the church. Following the ceremony, the bride's parents gave a reception at their home, with Miss Earlene Pyle and Miss Marly Steinhoff serving. The cake, cut in the traditional manner, was topped with a miniature bride and groom. When the young couple departed on their wedding trip to the Snow Bowl" in northern Arizona, the bride wore a chartreuse dress with an eyelet embroidered bolero. The bride, who was graduated from Mt. Vernon high school with Friendship Club Mrs. Catherine Lane was host- e.ss to members of the Friendship Club at her home Wednesday. A chicken dinner was served at noon. Mrs. Lane, assisted by her daughter, Doris, conducted con tests. Prizes were won by Vivian Highsmith, Ruby Askew and Mary Katherine Shelton. Mrs. Ruby Askew will entertain the group at the July meeting. Dahlgren Home Bureau Dahlgren Unit, Home Bureau, will meet Friday, July 6, at the home of Mena Garrison. All members who are interested in making a trip in August, are requested to attend this meeting This Season—Go Breeztn' Down to "^AUFM'^N'S S E'R V I^" Perkins at Shawnee • Ph. 2739 JleaninK — Pollshine — WaxtnR BOY SCOUl NEWS Cub Scout Pack 103 will meet at the State Game Farm Sunday at one o'clock. Bring buns and wieners for the family. In case of rain, the meeting will be postponed and a date will be announced later. AUCTIONEER The Service That Pays Instead of Cost PHONE— Mt. Vernon 1782 WaltonviUe 15R12 GLASSES Or. J. W. Williams. O. 116 Norfh 10th Sf. Mt. Vernon. III. DANCING CLASSES Tap - Ballet Acrobatic • Toe PHONF 8181 Mrs. Horry Dunham Membei 'Ihiraso National'Ass'o oi Danring Masters Scientific Care Will Save Your Hair THE FIELDS SYSTEM 122 N. lltb St. — Phone 4175 HOME FOR SALE, TRADE OR LONG LEASE-BY OWNER 227 S. 18th 7 rooms— 3 bed rooms, large closet in each room. Carpeted throughout upstairs and down Hot water heater, stoker, hot water heat, 1^ baths. Half way between Field and Jr. High school. Venetian blinds throughout. Curtains. Ready to move in. New awning on every window. See Troy Hawkins 205 N. 14»h LIKE COSTLY BAKID feHAMEL JAPALAC Werld'f M«st Pomeui lnam«l $1.12 Add* yut ot (PMklioc bcauU) and uscfnlocM to lOO't of hem*. U*« in- u'd* or outfid*... Flow* ea imoocliJr. Ft. witliaat lapi or bntbmarki. Cov«n ffloM sorfaccs ia on* coal. GOLDEN RULE PAINT AND PAPER SHOP 1022 Jordan Phone 1825 BEN E. SMITH Office 1744 H. QUIGLEY .N. CURLESS 815 Month lOtb Atr^t newly decorated, soutli—$3500. Easy V. w. SALESMEN except heat. S Rooms, modern terms. 5 Room duplex, modern except heat, west location—16500. $500 down, balance like rent. 12 Room apartment house, furnished; income $90 month. Can be bought on easy terms. 6 Rooms, two lots, priced to sell. In WaltonviUe. 6 Room duplex, modern except heat—S300 down. West location. 5 Rooms, northeast location; modern except heat, double t^ngt, tool house, close to new Franklin school. 5 Rooms, water, li«:hts, 605 Bell street. Can be bought on terms. 4 Rooms, modern except heat, west location; $600 down—total price $5000. 4 Koom house, modern except heat, west location, good terms. Price $4750—a good buy. 4 R(Oom new house, Insulated rockwool, two lots, glassed-in backporch. water in house—$4250. Located in Bonnie. Farms—5, 7, 8, 10, 30, 40, 80, 180, 200 acres. LISTINGS WANTED—FARM and CITY PROPERTY JOE P. BOYLE & GEORGE M. COX REAL ESTATE & INSURANtt Horvey Williomson - Don Thomos, Solesmen 1009 Moin St. — Phon« 3150 ^•section of land, fair improvements, mostly high rich bottom soil, % of land limed, 1/8 mineral rights, Blissville township. Priced so two years crops will pay for same. 5 Room strictly modern suburban home; 1 acre of land. Summersville school. See this one if you want something nice—priced below today's building costs. New 4 room bungalow, mllei out. modern except heat, 10 acres of land, t i% acres, 5 room house, close in, all weather road—$1000 down. New 4 room bungalow, modern except heat, attached garage, near 26th street, west Broadway. C room modern bungalow, 97 feet hard road frontage, near Sum- mersviUe school, east hard road—priced reasonable. New 4 room modern bungalow, suburban, city water—$5000. Ternu. See m for building lots—we have a good variety. B rooms, modern, north location—$3500. —(Weber Photo—Champaign) OATHUR C. CARPENTER QATHUR C. CARPENTER, 24-year-oJd son of Mr. and Mrs. ^ O. H. Carpenter, 809 North street, has been selected by the Bands faculty of the University of Illinois to receive an A, A. Harding award for notable achievement in the University bands. Tiie award has been made available througli the Illini Achievement Fund of the University of Illinois Foundation in honor of Director Emeritus Harding. Carpenter, who plays the trombone in the University bands, was graduated last spring with a bachelor of science degree in chemistry and has never been a student in the University school of music. He was one of several members of the band who also received the Gold Medal, an award given for playing three years in the University band. and and AulhorliM Daalar fm STEWAKl WAKMCR C'APRHAK'l K/%lli08 TELEVISION CuarsntMS Salti ana Sarvlaa t '^Wl ^r OFORfE DO IT- burSin EXCAVATING < BULLUOZER AMD TRUCKS Land clearing, pond and basement work. Al) Idnds of dirt work SHAMR0C;K TRACTOR SERVICE — Phonea 1644 — 29ia-W - 3SI0 ~ 8484-W. SALE FOR AUTO PARTS Eddie's SHELL Sarvic* loth and Perklaa \ OPEN 1 DAYS A WEEK! ' DAIRY-DIP 1S03 roiriway—Phenr t3H S M U* For Musical ln<trum*nl* aiM AccMiaria* Wa Ha*a Added • I In* ot Sportlni Eautpmant THICKEST MALTS IN TOWN! DELICIOUS HOT mQS EAGLES liOUND & SQUARE DANQNG SATURDAY NIGHT, JUNE 30 GOOD MUSIC — FREE FISH MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME Here is a bargain. New 4 cabinets, garage—only $3150 rooms, painted for cash deal. plaster waUs, buUt-la $1000 down, balance like rent buys almost new 5 rooms, hardwood floors, built-in kitchen and bath, water heater, plaster wails, west—only $5500. 4 rooms, three outbuildings, 11 lots, in Boyd, III.—$2000. 8 room apartment building, three units, 304 south 17th street —only $5000. Beautiful $ rooms, ultra modern, garage near completion, 2402 Cherry street. Can finance FHA. Extra nice 50 acre (arm, land limed and phosphated, 6 room modern home, 2-car garage, barn, gravel road, good fencing—Telle road. Nice restaurant on 10th street. Bargain. S room modern except heat} garage, 1213 Jones street. New 4 rooms, all modem, eloM in northwest—only $4650. Business .building, .restaurant fixtures, .filling .sUtlon, living quarters In Woodlawn, 111. Priced to sell. Attractive 4 rooms, modem ts« cept heat—Fairfield road. Very attractive 7 room ultra modern ranch-style, long Hvlaf room, hardwood floors, bullt-la kitchen, baths, garbage disposal, den, breeceway, larga (a« rage, plot 148x380. Beautiful 5 rooms, modern, ga* rage. No. 2 Shaw's Oardra. A. HAROLD WILLIAMS LOGAN C. RICHARDSON "YOUR REI.IABI.E REAL ESTATE DBAUStg** 315 South 10th Street. Room B — Telephone 251 -755 SEE US FOR THE FINEST SELECTION OF REAL EtTATC NOTICE! THE MAID-RITE DRIVE-IN Will Be Closed WEDNESDAY, July 4th Open Monday, July 2,4 p.m. to 17 p.m. Pick Up Your Picnic Foods on Tuesday -GROVER COOKE. NICE SURBURBAN HOME, 414 miles east on Rt. IS, « nonw, all modern, wired for electric stove, automatic hot water heater, garage, poultry house, small barn, can be bought with 1 acre ar 19 acres; 18 acres limed and phosphated, all fenced. Owners mavlni to larger farm. EXCELLENT SURBURBAN building site; 11 acrea on highway 460, about 6 14 miles m itheast—only $950. 44 ACRE FARM, 4 room house, 2 porches, lights, telephone available, on all-weather road, Mt. Vernon high school distriet, 24 acres limed and phosphated—$5000. 140 ACRES, most all limed, all fenced, 4 room house, garage, bars with metal roof, poultry house, Dodds township, $8544. R. LeBEN GARRISON Real Estate Broker BEN ROEDER - Salesman 1601 Broadway Phone 104 or 4695 L. L. PHEMISTER REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE 1007 Main — T«l 187 1.—Business location on Salem Road; 150-fl frontage, city water, 5 room house, basement and furnace on floatb 50 feet of property. It's worth the money. S,—Five acre farm with city water and seven room modem home; some building sites could be sold off the back side. Price reduced to $10,500. 8. —Very liveable two bedroom home, oil heat, modem kitchen ani bath, utility room, located Meadowbrook Road—price $7000. 4.—Five room modern home; 2 acres ground, on Fairfield Road. 5.—Duplex, with private baths, 4 room unit and a B room unit, good location—price $12,500. 6.—Vacant lot on Stanley Avenue; city water, 50x204 feet, nice abada^ 7.—Invest $4000 in a contract for deed, at 6 percent interest. 8.—$1500 down, $65 a month payment buys attracttra new t bedroom home on Mannen street—price $10,500. Sf\i^ - - -^L^- CITY HOMES LOA 'fSfi^^^J ^Wsao^ LEASES ^ ^c, GM^K, XAJ-JJX GadLe^ " ! NEW LOCATION TENTH & HARRrSON — Same Phonti 62-789 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCB "FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS" 4 room efficiency bungalow, large living room, loeated In exetaslve Shaw's Garden. Newly decorated inside and out, full basement, fnmace, garage—only $6500. The lot is well worth $3500. Plenty of shade. A rare bargain. 5 Room modern ranch-type home; close In WaltonvUle Baad. 1 acre of ground, attached garage, hardwood floors, built-in eabinsts, built-in bath, oil furnace, nicely landscaped. Can be porchased for only $100j down, balance like rent or would exchange tor Mt. Vernon property. $1000 Down, balance less than rent purchases dnplex consisting of 2 5-room apartments, hardwood floors, built-in cabinets, private baths, separate heating systems and basements, near Logan Street Baptist church. Owner leaving city, will sacrifice. I Room modern bungalow, 3 bedrooms, all on one floor, full basement, oil heat, corner lot, GI financed. Only $8950—easy terms. I Room modern bungalow, automatic heat, nice shade, newly dee- . orated, an ideal home at 720 Park Avenue. Priced to sell or would exchange for property on the west side. The "Webb" apartment house, northeast comer of 15th and Casey consisting of 5 apartments, with private baths, hot water heat, furnished, income between $200 and $300 per month. A real Investment. Out of town heirs have ordered this property sold immediately. Beautiful 5 room modem bungalow, 2 acres ot ground, east hard road, every modern convenience, abundance of shade and fmit, nice outbuildings. The home that you have dreamed ot. Only $8250. Already financed at 4 percent interest. 4 Rooms, mode.-n except heat, atility room, steel cabinets, foil tot, 2410 College—will sacrifice. $300 down, balance $25 per month buys 5 room home; modem except heat, full lot, close to Car Company, Wagner Electrle and Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Why rent? $500 down, balance lilce rent buys two new homes, 1 2 -roon home; 1 3-room home, near Shoe Factory. GRAB this before it !• too late. The "York Grocery" east of town, on Moadowbrook Road; modera fixtures and stock at practically one-half of eoat. The owners will give their equity in the store building and living quarters nibjee4 to only a $2800 loan, payable at $30 per month, to the Mrebaaer of the stock and fixtures. The price af the stock and flxtnrco fei only $2000. In other words, only $4800 will purchase a haaM, • business, modern fixtures for a grocery store and aboal $Mfl worth of groceries and stock. Your family can operate this bMl- ness. The only store off of the hard road, east of Mt. VarMtt. This is without exception the finest vahie that we kava Mir 4| lUted since we have been In the real estate basfaMik J f room modern bungalow, oil heat, hardwood floors, boUt-ta tath, J electric water heater. East of town for only $65»#. $1000 down, balance like rent buys new 5 room bangalow, to unfinished upstairs, hardwood floors, builf -la eafetaetlk in bath, nice lot. Wonderful location west sM«. ISOO down, balance like rent buys 5 room etttelenef bmmi brook Addition, located ia the SununersvUla scheol ' only $3650. CentuH • Real Estate SpecialisI vka kmmn mi wtm hai had aver twenty yeart of tuci'tMhil will make you a CA$H OPPIR for your A »t.Jii

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