Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on July 2, 1951 · Page 2
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THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS. MONDAY, JULY 2, 1951 Jet Plane Engine Goes on Display Here Everybody is talking about those jet planes which occasionally fly over Mt. Vernon, leaving wisps of smoke high across the sky. One of the engines which power these planes went on display today at the Stadium Theatre. Then engine was obtained for the display by the local U.S. Air Force recruiting station and will be in the theatre lobby through July 5. It is being displayed in connection with thes howing of th film "Air Cadet," scheduled at the Stadium July 4 through July 10. Pfc. David L. Harris and Pfc. John C. Metz, instructors from Chanute Air Force Base, Rantoul, 111. will be present at the Stadium Theatre to answer questions on the jet engine. In the picture, left to right—Pfc. Metz, Leon Koch, Stadium manager, Pfc. Harris and SFO George McElroy of the local recruiting station. — (Pavledes Photo) DEATHS AND FUNERALS Funeral at Ina On Tuesday For James Roy Jones James Roy Jones died at 9:35 p.m. Saturday at the Marion Veterans Hospital at the afee of 46 years, 11 months and 29 days. Funeral services will be held at 1:00 p. m. at the Ina Baptist church, with the Rev. Sebe Marshall officiating. The body will remain at the Ina • Funeral Home, where friends may call until the funeral hour. Mr. Jones was born July 1, 1904 to James and Etna ( Wyatn Jones, who preceded him in death. He is survived by four children, Alice Mae Walters and James of Woodriver and Roy Uee and Carolyn of Cape Girardeau, Mo. and four brothers, Oral and Harry of Ina, Ray of Mt. Vernon and Cullie of Bonnie. 'jr Former Resident OfWayneCityls Dead at Age 75 WAYNE CITY, July 2.—Iva > Huff Wendle, 75, died Friday night at her home in St. Louis, i She was a former resident of ! Wayne City. Mrs. Wendle was born in Wayne City July 17, 1875, the daughter of Uriah and Louisa (Tisdale) McCoy. She was a member of the Pentecostal church in St. Louis. Funeral services were to be -•held today at 2 p. m. at Combs ~"<Jiapel in Wayne City, with burial toNfollow in the Thomason cem- ' «ter$v ' Surveyors are the husband, : George Wendle; three daughters, , Mrs. WilliSHn.p. Alexander and Mrs. Ralph Brown of Rocchelle, and Mrs. Sammie Catton of West Frankfort; one step-son, Hobard ;jsDulaney of Decatur; eleven .grandchildren, 20 great grand- F. M. Butler Dies AtAge67atHame Near Wayne City WAYNE CITY, July 3.—F. M. "Chick" Butler, 67, a farmer whose home was six miles south of Wayne City, died at 11:45 p. m. Sunday at the Memorial Hospital in Fairfield. He was born in Wayne county January 9, 1884. His parents were John and Sarah Butler. Mr. Butler was a member of the Richland Christian church. He served as township assessor for Orel township two terms. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m. at Combs Chapel in Wayne City, conducted by the Rev. N. A. Williams and the Rev. H. H. Mayberry. Burial will be in Victory cemetery. The body will lie in state at the chapel. ; Mr. Butler is survived by his wife, ptfaonH* three sons, Virgil of Rochelle, Williard of Marengo, and Herbert of Centralia: six daughters, Mrs. Gladys McCormick and Mrs. Mae Talbert of Wayne City, Mrs. Mary Isaacs and Mrs. Hazel Stroud of Peoria, Golda and Jewel Butler at home; one brother, Ed Butler of Fairfield; two sisters, Mrs. Zuelma Cable of Chenoa, and Mrs. Rena Neaville of Fairfield. THE CHINA DOLL Restaurant CHINESE and AMERICAN Style • * Jfc% TANTALIZING Chinese DINNERS 904 MAIN Air Conditioned CALL 72 .To. Place "Carry-Out" Orders Cbdp Suey Chow Mein 90 iMatli Chop Suey .75 Chow Mein 1.00 fjSoJbfum Chop. Suey 1.10 thicken Chop Suey or ' Chow Mein 1.25 Chicken Chow Mein With t <-, White Mushrooms 1.60 gweliaJ China Doll Chop .,>/PHiw?y .....f...... 1.75 •fcrfmp Subgura Chop / f»ey 145 Bfs/, Foyaungi .75 Serving £rom 4 p.m. lil Mntl t 1l!30p ' m ' children; two brothers, William R. McCoy and George McCoy of Mt. Vernon; and four sisters, Mrs. Emma Burge of Wayne City, Mrs. Pearl Bozarth of Chicago, Mrs. Etta Nelson and Mrs. Christina Harlow of Mt. Vernon. Rural Firmen Fight Fire Twice In the Same Auto Rural firemen were called to the same place twice last night where the same automobile caught fire two times. At 6:30 p. m. they were called to the home of Oliver Paxton, RFD 7, where a 1941 model car caught fire from a faulty carburetor. Damage was small. At 11:12 p. m. they were called back to the Paxton home where the same car was on fire. The car was practically destroyed. Centralia Baby Perishes in Fire By Associated Press CENTRALIA. 111.. July 2 — A four-month-old boy died in a fire that destroyed the Centralia community beach concession-bathing house late Saturday while several persons were swimming at the beach two miles north of here. T'h.e victim, Theodore Reed,, was the' son of concessionnaire Arthur Reed and his wife, who lived in the building. The parents were away at the time. A 14-year-old girl who was sitting with the baby told authorities a bottled gas stove on which she was cooking exploded, setting the place ablaze. Transit Strike On in Washington By Associated Press WASHINGTON, July 2 — A paralyzing strike of street car and bus operators today forced thousands of workers in the nation's capital to walk, hitch hike and take taxis to their jobs. HOSPITAL NOTES Jefferson Memorial Admitted: Mrs. Donald Laughmiller, route one, Mt. Vernon; Mrs. Margaret Pollard, Opdyke; Willis Logan Kelley, Benton; Mrs. Uelden Crallev, route 2; Mrs. Marion McMullen; Charles Huff. Bluford. Discharged: Mrs. Gertie Russell, Bluford; Mrs. Florence Bransom, Johnsonville; Mrs. Vivian Gorrell, route one. NAGGING ACHES AND PAINS WERE RELIEVED BY HADACOL When Nagging Aches and Pains Are Due to Deficiencies of Vitamins B' ( B-, Niacin and Iron, HADACOL Gives Welcome Relief Good Samaritan Admitted: Arthur W. Pemberton, Mrs. Mary E. I eterson, Bonnie. Discharged: Mrs. Marguerite Lorimer; Charles Edlich; Mrs. Mabel Whitlock, Texico; Mrs. Marie Cravens; Bobbie Jean Robertson, Bluford; Cecil Cooley; John Manis, Carbondale; Mrs. Marcella Peacock and infant daughter, Cheryl Frances; Mrs. Janice Dixon and son, Roger Alan: Mrs. Maxine Murphy and daughter, Brenda Kay; Mrs. Ann Margaret Suckfield and son, George Anthony. MARRIAGE LICENSES Riley K. Smith and Edna Geraldine O'Dell, both of Mt. Vernon. James A. Vaughn, Salem and Norma Lee Donoho, Mt. Vernon. William Eubanks, Sesser and Beverly Risley, Mt. Vernon. Announcing Opening of CHENILLE GIFT SHOP 1714 S. 10th St. Bedspreads — Rugs — Bath Ensembles and Useful Gift* Mt. V. Soldier Back From Korea A Mt. Vernon soldier is among 112 men from Illinois scheduled to arrive in Seattle, Wash, from Korea aboard the Navy Transport Marine Poenix. He is Cpl. James D. Davenport of 705 north Seventh street, a veteran of many months service in the Korean area. He is expected to arrive in Mt. Vernon in the near future. BIRTHS Twin Tornadoes Hit Texas Town •y AimltM Prtss OLTON, Tex., July 2 —Twin tornadoes struck before dawn today at this small town on the west Texas plains some 50 miles northwest of Lubbock. There were no reported deaths or injuries. The twisters dipped down about 000 - bushel elevator. Torrential hail leveled a bumper cotton crop in a wide lamb county area. Doctor Opens Office in Mt.V. Dr. R. A. Alexander has opened an office at 111*4 south Tenth street — over the Walgreen Drug Store — for the practice of medicine and surgery. Dr. Alexander came to Mt. Vernon from Carterville. He and his family reside at 908 Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Laughmiller, route one. Mt. Vernon, are the parents of a son, born at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Sunday morning at 6:45. The little boy weighs seven pounds 3' 2 ounces and has been named James Robert. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis I. Pollard, route one, Opdyke, tire the parents of a son born Sunday afternoon at 3:40 o'clock at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. He weighs eight pounds Sounces and has been named Jeffrey Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Chapman, route four, Mt. Vernon, are the parents of a daughter, Cheryl Frances, born at Good Samaritan Hospital, Saturday at 5:12 p. m. MEETINGS A. F. A. M. A stated meeting of Mt Vernon Lodge No. 31. A. F. & A. M. will be held tonight at 7:30, July 2. All Brethren urged to attend. Visiting Brethren are welcome. THOS. E. BARTHOLOMEW. W. M. W. BRO. WM. E. REAVIS, Stcy. Members of Joel Pace Chapter, Daughters of American Revolution are requested to meet at Old Union cemetery, Wednesday morning at 10:20 a. m. to attend July 4th observance there. Mrs. L. H. Drennan, Regent. EXCAVATING I BULLDOZER AND TRUCKS 'Land clearing, pond and base- 'ment work. All kinds of dirt 'work. SHAMROCK TRACTOR SERVICE - Phones 1644 — 2913-W — 2310 — 3484-W. BE SURE—INSURE WITH JOHNSON & ESTES INSURANCE AGENCY ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE 601 S. 10th St. on Virginia Ave, Mr. Vernon, III. Phone 3502 "I'M GLAD YOU SOLD ME ON ADEQUATE INSURANCE" "The fir* that hit us last week completely destroyed the interior of our home. We will have to buy all new furnishings and furniture; but thanks to you we had adequate insurance in line with today's high values. By the way, thanks a lot for having the loss settled so promptly." Is your insurance in line with today's high replacement values? Check now! Driving a truck is no holiday. 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Insist on genuine HADACOL, You risk nothing because HADACOL is sold on a strict money-back guarantee. Sold at all drug stores. Trial size, $1.25, but buy the large family-size, only Jp .50.-rAdv. July 4th Special! ton/ 115 North 10th Mt. Vernon Famous Name COTTONS Just Arrived! ... This Value- Packed Collection of Special Purchased Dark Plaids . . . Checks and Prints in Bembergs and C oo 1 Chambrays at a Lucky-Buy Low Price! Values to *74.95 US ROYALS THE UTMOST IN TIRE ECONOMY DUNCAN & GARRISON TIRE SERVICE 12th & Broadway — Phone ill Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Clark purchase 5 room modern home located at 405 South 20th street from Mr. Charles Johnson for • home. Mr. Clark Is employed by the Viking Freight Company. This deal was consummated through the real estate firm «f Virgil T. Bailey, Inc. Here's a Chance to Renew and Safeguard Your Health Try O'DAN'GIS ttS'K&KKS AT OUR EXPENSE Here is a once -in -a-lifetime offer that easily could put you on th« road to good health. We offer you a trial bottle of O'DAN'GIS, the.famous body tonic and bowel regulator for just 35 cents (enough for eight days trial) if you will call before July 9th to take advantage of this limited introductory offer. DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION O'DAN'GIS Is a laxative tonic, carefully compounded from ft doe- tor's prescription, to give you positive, yet gentle, bowel action if you suffer from any of the numerous discomforts caused by ehronle constipation. Give O'DAN'GIS a chance to put you on the road to good health by correcting faulty bowel elimination and improper function of liver and gall bladder. REMOVES CAUSES OF CONSTIPATION Don't confuse O'DAN'GIS with ordinary laxatives that whip th« bowels into elimination but do nothing to remove the cause of constipation. O'DAN'GIS works three ways to give gentle taxation without whipping the bowel, and at the same time helps to remove the deeper causes of constipation, often based In the biliary tract, the liver, or the gall bladder O'DAN 'GIS will not purge your eliminatory system ... it has the exact opposite effect of harsh, quick-acting purgatives. O'DAN'GIS WORKS THREE WAYS: As a mild laxative, as a body tonic, and as an effective bowel regulator. It haa been proved) for more than 100 years! ROSWELL KIWII DRUG STORE HILL'S NORTH SIDE STORE MT. VERNON LIMITED TIME ONLY PHILCO QUICK RELEASE ALUMINUM ICE CUBE TRAY C Only Regularly Sells for $2.85 SAVE $ 1.26 Limit — 2 to a Customer (None Sold to Dealers) Firs All Electric Refrigerators With Standard Six* Tray Compartment Simply lift the lever and all ice cubes are released. It's as easy as that! Yes—none of the fuss or bother of holding tray under faucet or forcing to loosen the cubes. A modern convenience every electric refrigerator needs — no matter how old. Fits all standard freezing compartments. Holds 14 large cubes. Made of aluminum, Order a set of 2 or 4 Philco trays today. GOODYEAR G. B. (Dutch) Reed, Mgr. 328 S. 10th Street Phone 1101 SERVICE STORE IV

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