Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on July 7, 1951 · Page 5
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SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1951 THE REGISTER NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS PERSONAL Mrs. E. J. Springer, Jr., and son, Buddy, of Jamaica, Long Island, •fN. Y„ arc the house guests of her sister, Mrs. William W: Fields, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William M. Schelosky, 1114 Oakland avenue, have chosen the name JoAnn, for their new daughter, who was born July Fourth at Good Samaritan Hospital. Miss Ruth Craft of Kankakee, 111. is the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaw at Opdyke. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin J. McFarling and daughter, Sonja, have return- Qed home after spending the past two days in St. Louis where they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William R. Mannen. Mrs. Mannen is the former Miss Joy McFarling. Miss Rozann Lough and Miss Jane Marvin who have spent the past several weeks touring in the west and southwest, have accepted employment in New Mexico. Miss Lough, who was formerly employed in the Mt. Vernon office n of Magnolia Petroleum Company, '* has accepted a position at Magnolia's Roswell, N. Y. office. Miss Marvin, a journalism major of Missouri University, is now employed by the Albuquerque Tribune. Mrs. Virginia Nooner and son, Jackie Oran, have returned home after visiting in Vincennes, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Lilburn Byers and children, Virginia Ruth, Jennie Lee, and Johnny, accompanied by ^Mrs. Byers' niece, Joan Decker, "left this morning for Los Angeles, Cal., where they wore called by the illness of Mr. Byers' mother, Mrs. Rena Johnson. The following members and guests of the Am vets Auxiliary Bpent last evening in St. Louis where they attended the Municipal Opera production, "Miss Liberty": Eunice Adams, Josephine Baril, Thelma Flanagan, Bobbie Hanna, Wilma Hauk, Rubye Jeanne Highsmith, Hilda Huston, Eileen Mar- A vel, Vera Parmenter, Doris Shell, Birdie Webb, Elsie Tucker and Vera Wicks. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kite and family and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Vogel and son have returned from Coffman Beach at Rocky Mount, Mo., where they spent the past week. Mrs. Frank Combs of Wayne City is a patient in Fairfield Memorial Hospital, where she is jeriously ill. H Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hord of Alton and Mr. and Mrs. William A. 7isher, Jr., and their son. Jerry M' hael, of Jerseyville, arrived la; evening to spend the week en with Mrs. Fisher's brother-in- la and sister, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bi ih. Donald Bruno of LaSalle, 111., »rd his fiancee, Miss Rita Stano of Reseda, Calif., arrived last evening to spend the weekend with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. (§ and Mrs. Robert S. Doan. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Little have returned home after spending the past week in Chicago, their former home. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tibbetts and children of Chicago, who have •pent the past few weeks visiting Mrs. Tibbetts' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ridgway in this city, and relatives in Wayne City, left yesterday for Washington, D. C, where they will visit Mr. Tibbetts' .•g parents. 9 Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Beeson visited relatives and friends in East St. Louis Thursday and In Carmi yesterday. Mrs. H. R. Koonce of Bluford and her grandson, David Koonce of Aurora spent yesterday in this city. Mrs. E. W. Adams and son, Terry Nolan, of Bonnie, were Mt. Vernon visitors yesterday. Mrs. J. D. Sandifer of Fairfield spent yesterday afternoon (§ here. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Parker and son and Dr. and Mrs. J. William Dycus left yesterday to spend a vacation in Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roach and gon, David, left yesterday to spend a few weeks in Oklahoma. WED IN CHURCH CEREMONY • SOCIETY • —(Mary Jane Studio Photo) iiR.AND MRS. JOSEPH W. CHAMP, who were mar- Iyi ried at White Swan Church, June 30. The bride is the former Miss Barbara Hartman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Hartman, route 5, Centralia. «•« MISS BARBARA HARTMAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hartman, route 5, Centralia, became the bride of Joseph W. Champ, son Af Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Champ of Woodlawn, Saturday afternoon, June 30, at the White Swan Church near Centralia. Bouquets of sweet peas, gladioli and ferns farmed the background for the double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Norman Toney at two thirty o'clock. For her wedding, the bride wore a pink street length dress and navy accessories. She carried a white Bible topped with a single orchid, tied with streamers of white and orchid ribbons. Miss Marilyn Breeze of Woodlawn served as maid of honor, wearing a yellow dress and a white hat. Her flowers were white roses. Miss Fayelda Champ, a sister of the bridegroom, and Miss' Lucille Johnson, both of Woodlawn, were bridesmaids. Miss Champ wore yellow with white acces* sories and Miss Johnson wore lilac with white accessories. The bridegroom had Glen Troutt as his best man. The ushers were Harold Wegmann and Orville Boldt, both of Woodlawn. At a reception held at the home of the bride's parents, Miss Wilma Hopeman, Miss Fay Champ and Miss Mary Hartman, assisted with serving. Mrs. Hartman, mother of the bride, wore for her daughter's wedding, a navy and white costume with white accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a grey printed dress with red accessories and a corsage of white roses. Both Mr. Champ and his bride were graduated from Woodlawn high school with the class of 1950. They will make their home in WoodlaWn. He is employed by International Shoe Company; There will be a shower and Lincoln Home Bureau Mrs. George Shepard, 701 south 17th street, was hostess to members of Lincoln Unit, Home Bureau, Thursday. Mrs. J. Max Walker presided at the business meeting. Mrs. H. E. Breeze gave the secretary-treasurer's reports for the two previous meetings. Plans were made for a covered dish luncheon and picnic to be held at the State Game Farm in August. The major lesson, "Parties and Teas" was given by Mrs. Alvin Garrison and Mrs. Arthur LaSalle. Mrs. H. E, Breeze gave the minor lesson, "Music Appreciation." Mrs. Verne Melton had charge of recreation. Following the meeting, an informal social hour and tea was enjoyed. Mrs. Shephard presented each member with a gift. Birthday Party Mrs. Taylor Ayers entertained with a lawn party, Thursday evening in honor of the thirteenth birthday of her nephew, Tommy Lee Johnson. A picnic supper was served on the lawn of the Ayers home to the nineteen guests in attendance. Following -supper, games were played and prizes awarded to Angela Carpenter, Carol Sue Tucker, Judy Ashbrook, Wanda Deen, Janice Metoalf, Sue Inskeep, Joe Ashbrook, Larry Snyder, Tommy Carlton, J. W. Sanders, Larry Gentle and Allen Ledbetter. St. Mary's Altar Society St. Mary's Altar Society met Thursday evening in the church basement. Mrs. J. N. Henneberry, vice president, conducted the business session. Plans for the July project were discussed. Mrs. R. J. Kovac was named chairman of the Christmas card project. Games were played and a prize was awarded to Mrs. Teresa Huneke. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. W. J. Keilbey, chairman, Mrs. Barry Jones, Mrs. W. H. Jones, Mrs. Leo Kabat, Mrs. W. E. Kaelin, Mrs. J. J. Kaminski, Mrs. Joe Kelly, Mrs. E. J. Keough, and Mrs. Lloyd Kessinger. charivari in honor of the newlyweds, Saturday evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hartman, east of Richview. Attending the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Champ of Opdyke; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Schmidt and sons and Mrs. Cora Hartman of Mt. Vernon; Miss Mildred Lacey, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Champ and Mr. and Mrs,. Frances Clark*, all of Woodlawn. Ministers Picnic The Mt. Vernon Ministerial Association and their families will have a picnic Monday noon, at the State Game Farm. Everyone is requested to bring a basket dinner including wieners and buns. If the weather does not permit going to the Game Farm, the picnic wiU be held in the shelter house at Mt. Vernon city park. Circle Meeting The Mary Setzekorn Circle of First Baptist Church will meet Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Minnie Turrentine, at 7:30 o'clock. Donolio Prairie Home Bureau Mrs. Lester Logan was hostess to members of the Donoho Prairie Home Bureau Thursday. Mrs. Ben Sager, chairman, presided at the business meeting. Mrs. Frank Tate presented the major lesson on jelly making and Mrs. Lester Logan the minor lesson, ice box salads. Following the meeting the hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Jesse Sager will be hostess to the group August 2. Camp Ground Unit Camp Ground Unit, Jefferson County Home Bureau will meet at the home of Mrs. Rosella Fowler, Tuesday evening at 7:30 o 'clock, with Mrs. Ruth Keele as co- hostess. Mothers Club Mrs. Nina Karns was hostess to members of the Mt. Vernon Mothers Club Thursday at her home in Dareville. Mrs. Delia Smith led the devotions using as her topics, "understanding one another" and "what's your hurry." Mrs. Faye Hughey, president, conducted the business session. Committee reports were given and each member signed cards to be sent to shut-ins. Games were played and prizes awarded to Mrs. Genelle Mabry and Mrs. Hughey. Past president, Delia McFee, was a guest at the meeting. The hostess was assisted in serving refreshments by Mrs. Sadie Witters. Mrs. Delia Smith will be hostess to the club in August. Sun .Shine Club Mrs. Fleta High entertained members of the Boyd Sun Shine Club Thursday. Get-well cards were sent to Mrs. Millie Copeland, Mrs. Charlene Tinsley and Mrs. Edna Douthitt, members who are sick. The afternoon was spent in playing games and prizes were won by Fay Cooeland, Mrs. Pearl Bottoms, Mrs. Flora Copple, Mrs. Ethel Sargent, Mrs. Joe Benjamin, Mrs. Myrtle Mooney and Mrs. Ida Benjamin. The hostess was presented with ,a gift of v wash cloths. Following the meeting, the host- FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS £ c PMMHI F For A Happier Tomorrow... INSURE WITH SUNWAY TODAY All Types of Insurance Coverage Phone 1558 ROC 1TICKFTS 2,000 in Roll Double or Single Numbered Double Roll $3 00 Single Roll $1.75 M MT. VERNON ^LISTER-NEWS CO. RESTORE PEP, POWER PERFORMANCE! BOYS-GIRLS FREE! Nothing to Buy'. . Nothing to Save... Just Be at Granada Theatre Saturday Morning, July 14th at 10 O'Clock as Guest of the Roth Dairy and Your Grocer to See— ROY ROGERS BRIDE OF SERVICE MAN DAHLGREN H. K. MAUtPIN*. —(Carr Portrait—Carbondale) MRS. RILEY K. SMITH, JR., who before her marriage to Pfc. Smith Sunday, was Miss Geraldine Odell. »•« MR. AND MRS. ORNDOLPH ODELL, 122 Lou Avenue are .announcing the marriage of their daughter, Geraldine, to Pfc. Riley K. Smith, Jr., son of Mrs. Herman Rich, route 4. The ceremony was performed ess, assisted by Mrs. Copple, served refreshments. Mrs. Gean Douthitt will entertain the club August second. YOUR MANNERS You have no maid and you would like to have several couples to dinner. WRONG: Plan a sit-down meal and do all the waiting on table ypurself. RIGHT: Plan a buffet meal, where all the guests can serve the^nselves. Sunday by Rev. I. W Gibson at his home, in the presence of a small group of friends and relatives. Following the ceremony, a small reception was held at the home of the bridegroom's mother. Pfc. Smith, who attended Mt. Vernon schools, has been in the Army and stationed at Fort Belvoir, Va. for the past nine months. He left Monday for Fort Lawton, Seattle, Wash., from where he will sail for duty overseas. Mrs. Smith will remain in Mt. Vernon. Major Uel W. FrtnC* wt»'If stationed at Fort Knox, Ky. arte his two children James Wllfor' and Joseph Even visited, hi* JNMj ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Frolic here Thursday and attended tJ^ funeral or Cpi. William RUbOttotfr : at Mt. Vernon Thursday aftojv" noon. Cpl. Rubottom wu in MAJ. French's Co. and was killed in anT auto accident. ^ O. C. trail of Springfield spent' Tuesday night in the home or hfi| daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Nathafl Glenn, enroute to Golconda. Mrs. Ethel Mantey of Sf», ' Louis, Mo. is visiting in the hom (T of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Cross. * Gerold Miller and family of" Chicago is spending their vacation- here in the home of his father, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miller. Willie Lowery of Mt. Vernon visited in the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lowery Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goin of Mt. Vernon visited relatives and friends here Wednesday. Mrs. Phoebe Harper and son; Ernie and William Glenn of Mt. Vernon visited Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Glenn and J. H. Glenn here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ira' Spongier spent Wednesday in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom: Kelley ifl Effingham and their granddaughter Karen return with them- for a visit. Miss Rosann Karcher visited in the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Karcher m Decatur, 111. Wednesday. Mi's. Maxine Johnopolis and children of Chicago are visiting, in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Jines. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Garner and little son of Carmi visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Austin and Mr. an* Mxsf,. William Jines Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rawls of Bushnell, 111. are spending their vacation here at their farm and visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs; W. A. Turner. Mr. Turner is very weak at this time. A. L. Frey of Rockford, 111.,' who was a former resident pf- Dahlgren was a visitor here Thursday. 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