Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 18, 1968 · Page 28
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 28

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WEDNESDAY, j ECEMBER 18, 396fc THE REGISTEK-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS 3-0 fi U.S.D.A. CHOICE CHUCK Master Danny Ksychi age 14 was the first person to report at the Okawville station of killing a deer in Dubois township. It dressed out 82 lb. and was killed on their farm near the twin lake. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ksychi. Miss Sharon Festka and Bernard Smith spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. John Trader of Scheller. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Waldman and sons Bruce and Kevin and Miss Sharon Pestka spent Saturday afternoon in St. Louis. Mrs. Ed Hoffman, Mrs. John Dalmon and Mrs. Mike Konkel shopped in Mt. Vernon one day last week. Mrs. Joe Skurat was admitted to Pinckneyville Hospital Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wagner visited relatives and friends in Chicago last week. Mrs. Henry Setzekorn and daughter Jean Stearn were Christmas shopping in Mt. Vernon Saturday. Miss Sharen Pestka and Bernard Smith Jr. were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kuntel of Tamaroa Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wagner are grandparents of the baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Suhamski. The little Miss has eight sisters and brothers. Mrs. Adam Pakorney and sisters Mrs. Nelly Lube and Miss Helen Pakorney, air of St. Louis, spent the weekend with their brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pakorney of here and sister and family of Waltonville. Leo Bandrick spent the weekend in St. Louis with relatives. Mrs. Martha McNail and brother transacted business at Nashville Tuesday. Mrs. Ray Setzekorn returned home from St. Mary's Hospital at Centralia Tuesday. Mrs. Ted Keil Sr. and Vickie Nowicki shopped in Mt. Vernon Tuesday. Mrs. Ed Hoffman, Mrs. Mike Konkel and Mrs. John Oalman were in Mt. Vernon Christmas shopping. Sharon Pestka and Bernard Smith Jr. visited Mr. and Mrs. Vic Czerwinski of Scheller Tuesday evening. Mrs. Ramie Rajck ;md family of Tamaroa visited Vickie Nowicki Saturday. Mrs. Freddie Boczek cjid son Roger and daughters Vickielen and Lisa were shopping in Du- Quoin and Pinckneyville Saturday. Tom Kania of Chicago visited his nephew and family Louis Bochantu Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Frish visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kerry and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kerry and daughter of DuQupin visited Mr Carl Kerry and son Gary and Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kerry Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Borwiak, Mr .and Mrs. John Konkel and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Konkel, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Holtz and family helped Gail celebrate her second birthday Sunday. Captain and Mrs. Glen Bowers and sons of Rantoul spent the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bowers. Miss Judy Pelczynski of St. Louis visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pelcynski and sister Joice over the weekend. Mrs. Julie Preston of Olney, HI., spent the weekend with her sister Mrs. Frances Andrews and other, relatives. 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