Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 19, 1968 · Page 7
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 7

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, December 19, 1968
Page 7
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1963 THE REGf TER-NHSWS — MT VERNON. ILLINOIS 7 -A ^ OPDYKE Mr. and Mrs. James Davis of Benton, 111., visited Sunday with Mr. Waler Carso. Mrs. Evelyn Arnold of Alton, 111., drove down Monday and spent the night with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Burnett. Mrs. Phyllis Wilson was shopping in Mt. Vernon Wednesday. Mr. and Mi's. James Parker j of Denver, Colo., spent last week ' with his mother Mr. and Mrs. | Alva Foster. ! Mr. and Mrs. John Mealows were business visitors in Wayne City Wednesday. Mi's. Grace Burnett spent Tuos- with her mother. Grace and her mother also visited Mrs. Mary Krouse in Belle Rive, i Mrs. Mary Pickett who is employed at Lincoln,'IU..-spent last week at her home here in Op-, dyke. Mrs. Bernance Tedalias was shopping in Mt. Vernon Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvn Foster and Mr. and Mrs. James Parker spent Wednesday in Fagus, Mo„ visiting with Mrs. Foster's sister Mrs. Lou Hamon. This community wishes to express their deepest sympathy to the family of Charlie Pasley. He was one of the oldest and best respected citizens of this community. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Norris of Noi-ris City visited borthei and wife Mrs. Hubert Han-ell. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Harreil visited Wednesday in Snlem with her daughter and family Mrs. Lawrence Roecl. . . . Effie Holland, Cor. Capital Footnotes By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Stale Department, wel- i coming news from Moscow that | North Vietnam plans to release : some captured U.S pilots dur- i ing the Christmas holidays, says it has no confirmation from Hanoi of the intention and no precise information on how many Americans are to be rtsieased. Northwest Airlines pilots have- voted overwhelmingly— -97.2 per cent —to authorize a strike if necessary, says the Airline Pilots Association, bargaining agent. It said a strike would affect the airline's domestic service and overseas Northwest Orient service which does considerable military contract hauling. CUTE COOKIES FROM KENT. Coeds in Ohio's Kent State University baked more than 1,000 pounds of cookies for Marines stationed in Vietnam, Shown with some of the results of the kitchen caper are Ohioans Barbara Schwan of Ashland, seated; and, standing from the left, Randi Shoham, Shaker Heights; Karen Henning, Grafton; and Patricia Resick, Kent. GIFT PURSES imp* I •it •a 8 X X 8 f t f Complete assortment of styles DRESS N USUAL BAGS 8 a Selection includes petite and regular shoulder bags, dress pouches, top handle casuals. Grained or smooth vinyls, plastic patents. Jumbo curry-all* 60LDMINE CLUTCHES i I t X' .4, X Xj X! ?.< > Xi XI X X X Loop handle triple frame £j clutch has; two pockets * and zip section . . . holds X lots. Vinyl; assorted colors. $ X —, X JUST SAV "CHARGE-IT" IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. t\ SAVE AT ™ DEPARTMENT STORES * OPEN SUNDAY 1 Til 6 P.M. ENTIRE STOCK ON SALE! MENS-BOYS SWEATERS all our regular $ *Z $3.99 to $4.99 W (4^1 "•••>/ I, tltll* ^A.!tx.^T:PU»-:.:.^. ITALIAN KNIT FISHERMA SWEATERS $ our reg. $7.99 Hand knit of 100% virgin wool in fancy knits and cable stitching. Full fashioned cardigans and turtleneck pullovers in natural bone color, sizes S-M-L. A beautiful gift at a sale price. All our regular $ $5.99 to $6.99 All our regular $ mr $8.99 to $9.99 V All our regular $ ln% $10.99 to $12.99 I %mf That's right-our entire stock.... pullover and cardigan styles in fisherman knits; cables; jacquards; 2-tone mixes; stripes; solids.... in wools, acrylics, orlons. Mens sizes S-XL, boys 6-18. Don't miss this great Carp sale! LADIES - MENS CHILDRENS SLIPPERS WSmfflMimm • to f:.r\»- AH types to choose from, many styles for Mom, Dad, Sis or Brother. SUppers make the ideal Christmas gift, and you save at Carps sails*. GIFTS- $ 1 OR UNDER NYLON HOSE foT $ l Seamless; runguards; 8 /2 -11 | APRONS $1 Big selection, all types.; | LADIES GLOVES $1 Choi ce of fabrics and sty! es | KNIT CAPS $1 Many styles, infants to teens | KNIT GLOVES 70< For infants, toddlers, girls Jg Mr , ...... .,, j^,. QUILTED ROBES Carps $ low Price Stylish acetate quilt with warm, soft Kodel polyester fiber-fill. Collared styles with lace and embroidered trims. Sizes 8-18. MISSES GIFT BLOUSES Carps $ low Price Feminine charmers in fril Is, lace and tucks. Many styles in white polyester-cotton easy care blends. Sizes 32-38. to**' GIFT BOXED TOWEL SETS or PILLOW CASE SETS His&Hers,and novelty pattern gift sets in beautiful colors and exquisitely gift boxed. Big selection to cho ose from.

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