Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 19, 1968 · Page 5
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 5

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1968 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERXOX. IT.LINOTS 5-A Burn Shrine Park Mortgage Bishop Pike To Marry Third Time • LOS ANGELKS (APi K'y.<- copal Bishop JMIIK'S A. Pi'.ic said today no will go .ilun I v.i'ii a third nvtniivo rlrsuiic a possibility of excommunication. • Tho brid'Mo -bo is ncily. .11, who wis i o-nu;ii.>. <••! Pike's latest hook, "Tlv Otho .Side," an account if Pike's o\- porioncos with psvihic p ; v- 1 nomona. A gradiKnio ol Stanford ' and Columbia imivorMtic-. ; is executive diri'i'tor of ihr Myers' consent. Piko has b^on divorced twice, hut his first ,rri ing was later nnnulcri. The world ins; is planned Fri- 'ay at the Willow Glen United .Methodist Church in San Jose, v'.uif. Pike said it will bo con- '11110'". "according to Ihe Kpis- .••o.i! hook of common prayer." PIK - is a stnff member of the 'enter lor the Study of Demo­ cratic Institutions in Santa Barbara. He resigned his church arlministviti\e past after his unconventional beliefs provoked 30 oflieials of the church into filing heresy charges against him. II' wa 1 ? never brought to trial. Pike has challenged the doctrine of virgin birth, the doe trine of the trinity and the stor.v of Adam end Eve. PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE 20% To 40% Discount On ALL CHRISTMAS TRIMS SPECIAL PRICES 12 VOLTS As r s 16 9 eL. 6 VOLTS A \T $ 10 93 exc. A HAPPY l&VENT Is pictured here as officers and past presidents of the Jefferson County Shrine Club "burn the mortgage" on Shrine Park, on the shore if Lake Miller, seven miles north of Mt. Vernon. The property, which includes a club house, shelter house and picnic grounds, was purchased some time ago and lias now been completely paid for. From the left, front row— Bill Piper, treasurer elect; Gene Irvin, secretary, holding mortgage; Leroy Titter, president, setting fire to the mortgage; and Iryin Schultz, vice president. Back row, from left—Past presidents Art Laird, Irvin Hawkins, J. C. Livinston, Paul Roliinson .(holding original charter), Ray Tibbs, Frank Weatherford, Stanley Harlow and Gerald Chesley. ' (Delo Photo Craft) he \ow Focus Foundation o| Santa B. i- bara, Oalif., which con lucts research into life afti '• ('oath Tiic 5.~)-year-old cleric, who resigned as bishop ol tie K; ist-o- pal Diocese of C'dii'ornia to conduct pliiiosophiiul reseaich. re fused to say if his success,).. Bishop C. Kilmer Myers, has withheld ivn.iission lor hi:n to marry. Episcopal spokesman si.I that under church law Pike could be excommunicated for remarrying without Bishop 8 ALL FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS POINSETTIA BASKETS $3.00—$5.00—$8.00 $3.00 Ruby's Crafts Center — 12th fir Harrison OPEN SUNDAY — 1:00—5:00 P.M. RANMAR'S Standard Tire I'tli * Hdwv—Phone 242-6560 EWING Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fowler were Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Manis and family, Mrs. Inez Fowler and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Gark. Mr. Theodore Ponder, Mrs. Kenny Ponder and children of Western Springs spent the weekend visiting relatives in the Ew- ign area. • Mrs. Patty Marshall visited via telephone with her mother Mrs. Mattie Moore from Des Plaines recently. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. BUI Marshall and son Kevin were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marshall and son Dale. Mrs. Joyce Gilbert and children of Mount Vernon visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Holman Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Norma Lovin of Mattoon visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Trelly Prowell Saturday. Miss Sojna Prowell spent Friday night with Miss June Carlton of Macedonia and attended the ball game at Benton High School. Rev. and Mrs. Earl Harris of Pinckneyville called at the homes of Mrs. Pearl Porter and Donald and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fields Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Manis and Marty made a business trip to Anna Tuesday and also shopped in Carbondale. Mrs. Flora Allen had lunch with Mrs. Pearl Porter and Donald Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marshall visited Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Marshall Sunday afternoon. * Mr. and Mrs. Stanley ol Mount Vernon visited Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Holman Sunday. Miss Vanessa Pearce of Benton spent the weekend with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Fal- gar Pearce. Rodger Sullivan of Thompsonville spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Gale Pearce and Daron. Mr. and Mrs. Shelly Prowell of Tuscola visited Mr. and Mrs. Trelly Prowell Saturday. Gale Clinton called on Don Porter Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCann and daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wyatt Sunday afternoon. Miss Pamela and Becky Jo McCann visited their grandmother Mrs. Alma McCann of Whittington Monday afternoon. Mr. Harry Wyatt visited Mr. Trelly Prowell Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Joyce Gilbert and children of Mount Vernon visited her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fields and daughter Paula Dawn Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Willi.s Taylor visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bays of Marion Sunday. Mrs. Delma Manis and son Marty and Mrs. Wilma Taylor visited the Baptist Childrens Home in Carmi Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis Weeks attended the 1954 Worth Matron and Worthy Patron Christmas dinner at the home of E. V. Miller of Carbondale Sunday. A group from the Ewing Extension had a Christmas party for the men at the Shady Rest ! 8 Shelter Care Home in Benton M* Sunday, the ladies giving the, £ party were Mrs. Jennie Payne. 1 & Mollie Clark, Margaret King, \ ^ Margaret Payne and Helen Hedges. ' • Mr. and Mrs. Farrell Holman visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles $ Palmer Sunday. : j£ John Stark is home after ser-, fjj ving four years in the Navy. We • jff welcome him home and wish him 1 >? good luck in the future. ; jjjj" Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Roberson & visited Mr. and Mrs. Colvar Page Sunday night. , il Mr. and Mrs. Colvar Page $ shopped in Marion recently. j§ . . . Flora Allen, Cor. 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