Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 19, 1968 · Page 8
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THE EB^TSTE|l=NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1», 1063 (Mary Jane Studio) MR. AND MRS. AllLEY TINSLEY Mr. and Mrs. Alley Tinsley of 101 North Main Street, Dix. will observe their 00th wedding anniversary December 25. They were married December 25, 19IS, in San Antonio, Tex. Mrs. Tinsley is the former Ruby Abbott of that city. They are the parents of three children, Mrs. Walter Eller of Centralia. Ray Tinsley of Canyon, Tex., and Clyde Tinsley of Leaf River, 111. They have 14 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Open house will be held at the Rome Consolidated school Sunday. December 22 from the hours of 2:00 to 4:00 o'clock. All relatives and friends are invited to attend. Those attending are asked to omit gifts. Socially Yours By NADINE Society Kdltor I Miss Jane Firebaugh, daugh- ' tei of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton W. Firebaugh. 3012 Peach street has received two major roles in Eastern Illinois University play productions. She will star in the part of Mehetabel in the live o'clock Theater's production of "Archy and Mehetabel" to be held January 15th. She will also play the part of Rossig- Viol in "Marat - Sade," one of two major productions which will be held February 14-18. Miss Firebaugh is a junior theater arts major and is a member of Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority. -o- -o- -o Captain Stephen E. Dewey, son of Mrs. Mary Jane Dewey and a former resident of this city has spent the past few days I visiting with his mother and, other friends and relatives. Captain Dewey recently completed i a 13 month tour of duty in i South Korea and will be stationed at Fort Riley, Kan., in late December at the end of his present leave. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Gary Skidmore of 3910 Elm Street, Brookfield. 111., are the parents of a son born at 4:00 o'clock Tuesday morning, December 17 in that city. He weighed five pounds and one ounce, and has been named Timothy Alan. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cernak of Brookfield and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Skidmore of Bonnie. -o- -o- -o- Mrs. Myrtle Scott Arnold a former resident of Mt. Vernon, is recuperating at her home in St. Charles, Mo., from a broken leg suffered in a fall recently. She would appreciate hearing from relatives and friends. Her address is: 2604 Park Avenue, St. Charles, Mo.. 63301. -o- -o- o- Cornelia "Sis" Toney of Mt. Vernon is a patient in Missouri Baptist Hospital. She underwent surgery today, and would appreciate hearing from her relatives and friends. Her address is: Cornelia Toney, Room 414-A, Missouri Baptist Hospital, 3015 Ballas Road, St . Louis, Mo., 63131 . *5 - Wf Cooking Is Fun By CECILY BROWNSTONE AP Food Editor GOOD DINNER Sherried Pork Butt Yams Creamed Spinach Salad Frosted Cupcakes Beverage SHERRIED PORK BUTT 2% or 3 pound boneless pork butt 1-3 cup apricot preserves hi cup dry sherry Remove all wrappings including stockinet cover from butt. Cook on rangetop or in oven according to directions on wrapper; drain. Place butt in a small shallow baking pan (11 by 7 by IVi inches). Mix apricot preserves and sherry; spoon over butt, letting mixture drip down. Place in a preheated 450-degree oven until glaze is bubbling hot —10 minutes. As butt is sliced, spoon a little of the glaze over each slice. Store any leftover butt, tightly covered, in refrigerator. MRS. JOE FRANK SETTLE iLaRose Studio) COMPANY SUPPER Baked Salmon Steaks Peas with Mushrooms and Almonds Fersley Potatoes Salad Bowl Fruit Sherbet Beverage PEAS WITH MUSHROOMS AND ALMONDS 1 package (10 ounces) rozen tiny peas cup slivered blanched almonds 3 tablespoons butter 1% cups sliced fresh mushrooms M cup finely chopped onion % teaspoon salt Cook peas as directed on package. Meanwhile, in a skillet gently fry almonds in butter until golden brown. Remove almonds. Add mushrooms and onion to remaining butter. Cook gently until onions are golden brown. Add to peas with almonds and salt. Stir lightly. Makes four servings. Miss Mary Ann Pascale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I-'ascale of Latham, N. Y., and Joe Frank Settle, son of Mr. oi:d Mrs. Frank Settle of Ina, exchanged wedding vows Saturday, November 30, at twelve roon, in Our Lady Of Assumption church, Latham, N. Y., with Rev. Father Jeremiah Nunan of iciating. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was lovely in a floor-length wedding gown of peau de soie fashoned with an Empire wasitline with re- embroidered Alencon lace and teed pearls with hand clipped medallions, and a detachable train. Her headpiece was matching rosette holding a bouffant veil of silk illusion. She carried a bridal bouquet of blue pom pons, white carnations and ste- phanotis tied with whie satin ribbons. Miss Geraldine Davis was maid of honor. She wore an Empire A-line gown of Irish green velveteen with maribau trim at hemline, with matching bow. She carried fall flowers on a white muff. . John Brady was best man. Ushers were Joseph Pascale and William Settle. A reception was held immediately following the ceremony m the Italian Benevolent Society hall in West Albany. They are making their home in St. Louis, Mo. The bride is a graduate of the Vincentian Institute. The bridegroom is a graduate of Murray State University and a member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity. FEATURE SYMPHONIC BAND Waltonville Christmas Program Set Friday The 1968 Waltonville Christmas program will be held at 12:45 p.m. Friday in the Waltonville High School gymnasium. Featured in the program will be the 23 piece Waltonville Symphonic Band. The band will play among other numbers, the immortal "Carol of the Drum" by Katherin Davis. H. B. Frick, student conductor, will c o nduct "Roudolph The Red Nose Reindeer." The 29 voice high school girls chorus will sing four selections including "Birthday of a King s k i i i K WORLD'S MOST GIFTED DRESS IN PRECIOUS JEWEL TONES BY PURITAN FOREVER YOUNG Give her a festive fashion in living color ... so vivid, so alive we had it printed on 150 denier double-knit acetate. Indian paisley bayardere with a relaxed silhouette. The detachable looped scarf takes many forms. Wear with or without the belt ... or even without the scarf. OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL 8:00 P.M. TILL CHRISTMAS CLOSE CHRISTMAS EVE 5:30 P.M. | Rose Hirons 208 So. 9th St. Ph. 242-3244 1 DEPARTMENT mk STORE and "Winter Wonderland." Accompanists for the chorus are Lf-Ann Dycus, Susan Fry, Beverly McKenzie, Evelyn Drees and Mary K. Witges. Also in the program will be a woodwind choir and a girls sextet. Grade school students frum first to sixth grade have bten practicing several Chris- unas songs for the musical e- verrt. The highlight of the program will be a carol sing of familiar Christmas songs accompanied ly the band. Gale Mack is director of music at Waltonville. The public is invited to attend. Harlows Wed Forty Years Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harlow of 213 Castleton will, observe cl.eir 40th wedding anniversary December 23. They were married in Mt. Vernon December i 23, 1928. Mrs. Harlow was the' lormer Gladys Lane. They are the parents of one daughter, Mrs. Charles Wood- iome of Mt. Vernon. They have three grandchildren, Steven, Michael and John Woodrome. No special plans have been made for the occasion. Veronica's Views By Veronica Voss These folks had long been good friends of ours. . . really Mends. Accomodating, helpful, jolly. . . and no matter if you wanted to buy anything, o r didn't, mattered not to them. You felt at home to just stop by and chat. So, it was a great shock to see their windows cov- covered, and signs saying, "Gp- ii>g out of business." In fact, I felt a bit ill about the whole thing. Mrs. Clarence Lowry, the OJ e "most always there, was formerly Ruth Hopkins, whose parents were Nola and Anna (Woodworth) Hopkins. She was horn and reared south of Belle Rive. She married Clarence, a long, tall serious looking man, with a wonderful sense of humor, and a sensitiveness I discovered, that probably few knew he possessed. He was born in Franklin County, near Need- irtore, between McLeansboro and Benton. John the other brother in this Lowry establishment, married Emma Lou Pearce, of Ewing, 111. Her parents were Jesse C. and Lena (Hughes) Pearce. This Lowry was also born near Needmore ... he too, full of wit. In 1937 they bought what was the Millersvflle store, in Beaver Cteek Township, and ran a general store there for two years. Later they ran at store in Thackeray, Dl. From there, they went to Belle Rive, in the Cleve Wilbanks Furniture store, and were there 6 years. -o» -o- -o- Buring the war, John worked in Seneca, 111. in a shipyard, to return to McLeansboro in $45, doing electrical work. In 1949, they bought the Dowd- Farlow store on the southside of the square in McLeansboro, moving to the north side in 1961. Everyone of these people would go way beyond the call of duty, if they thought they could be of help to you. Real true neighbors, even if you lived miles apart. They are a closely knit bunch, literally. . . Emma Lou's brother married her husbands sister. . . and Ruth told me that Clarence's father married her mother, which made her, her own grandma. Regardless of all this "crazy mixed up bunch" they will be missed, for many reasons. . .but most of all, will be this place of business no .longer there. . as 1 said, to stop by and have a good laugh. .. . every time. Laughter is such a rare commodity these days, one hates to !>ee such a place as this disappear from the local scene. • and I hope they will be happy and successful in whatever field of endeavor they enter. So it is Bon Voyage . . and my best to you. . . Incidentally, I got to studying about Ruth's mother marrying her father-in law, which' would make her mother her husbands stepmother, and her father-in-law her step- father-in-law, or something like that! And her own mother would be her mother-in- law .. . wouldn't she? And if jour brother married your sis- 'er-in-law, what would that make? I give up. All I know for sure is that I certainly wish this Lowry bunch weren't leaving, -o -o- -o- Elman Dietz called one day lately to say, "Veronica, it's goin' to be "root hog, or die." J hadn't heard this old saying in a long time, but it just could be.) (H'iliard & Myers) ' MR. AND MRS, VINCIL L. PIERCE Mr. and Mrs. Vincil L. Pierce of Bonnie will observe their 25th wedding anniversary December 22. They were married December 23, 1943. They are the parents of three children, Mrs. Sue Beaty of Centralia, David and Brenda at home. They have two grandchildren, Brian and Brad Beaty of of Centralia. Open house will be held December 22 from the hours of 2:00 to 4:00 p.m at their home in Bonnie. All relatives and friends are invited to attend. Tiie Roman Empire's system of toads once covered 180,000 miles. Quick Quiz Q — When was the annual baseball World Series inaugurated? A — On Oct. 1-13, 1903. Boston of the American League won the first Series by beating Pittsburgh of the National League, 5-3. Q — What is the meaning of the name Zipporah? A — This Hebrew name means "bird." Faberg6 makes a bath beautiful with her favorite fashion fragrance in lavish Cologne Extraordinaire and matching gossamer-sheer Bath Powder presented in three exquisitely gift-boxed sizes: Shown: De Luxe Bath Ensemble complete 9.00 Spray Bath Set complete 6.00 Bath Set complete 5.00 JUST SAV "CHARGE-IT" IN EUERV DEPARTMENT.. Mt. Vernon Woman's Club The Mt. Vernon Woman's Club enjoyed a rare treat at the regular meeting December 17, when the club was entertained by "The Night-In- Jail" barber-shop quartet, directed by Eddie Allen. The quartet has appeared on television, radio and stage and are the 1968 Illinois District champions. They not only sang beautiful harmony, but had the club members singing and performing. Mrs. Earl Hanes presented a talk on the life of Mary Todd Lincoln, and the report of the closing sosquicentennial celebration in Springfield, which she attended. Mrs. Alva Highsmith led in the pledge to the flag and the collect was read by Mrs. John Teter. Mrs. Neva Pennington was introduced as a guest and prospective member. Mrs. Kenneth Olson club president, announced the district board meeting to be -held at Robin's Cafe in Salem, December 30. Mrs. Myrtle Malone announced that 72 stamped Christmas cards were sent to the Veterans Hospital at Marion for the patients to mail to their family and friends. A thank you note from the hospital was read. Mrs. Eddie Mifflin, permanent hostess thanked Mrs. Arthur Hansen for the beautiful Christmas decorations. -o- -o- -o- W W. I. Auxiliary Meets The auxiliary to the Veterans of World War I met last evening in the American Legion Hall for the regular December meeting. The opening ceremony was conducted according to the ritual, after which Louise God- ilard, president, held a short business meeting. Plans Were made for a birthday celebration for the barracks at the January meeting. Reports were given by committee chairman. Delegates reported on the recent district meeting in Fair- f.eld. The King City Barracks and auxiliary were represented by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Goddard, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brake, Mr and Mrs. Roy Newman, Mr. and Mis. Archie Body, Candace Dougherty, William Brummitt, Vern Farthing, and John Kell. Members of the barracks join ed the auxiliary later for a so- GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE TOYS 40% OFF 1212 Broadway—Open 8 A.M, to 5:30 P.M.—Friday Till 8 P.M. cisl hour with refreshments and games. W.S.C.S. Meets -O- -O- -0- The Women's Society of Christian Service of the West Salem United Methodist church met Sunday evening, December 8th with 22 members and three quests present. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. Treasurer's report was given. There were 34 sick calls repor- ttd. The Society will participate v/'ih the Ministerial Association with donations of gifts to the patients in the State Tuberculosis Sanitarium. December 18 was the date set for the preparation and delivery of fruit baskets for the elderly members of the church, which is> an annual event. The "Red Stockings" were presented, as the S o c i e t y's Christmas gift to the church. Opal Dare gave a Christmas lesson. Nancy Schutte sang a solo, "Sweet Little Jesus Boy." A social hour with refresh rnents was held immediately fol lowing the meeting. An e x- change of gifts was held and mystery pals were reveale d. New names were drawn for the coining year. Hostesses for the evening were Dorothy Jones, Marge Frakes and Nora Davis. -o- -o- -o- Farrington P.T.A. The Farrington Parent-Tea- clier Association met Monday, December 16 at the school. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Lloyd Ellis. Gary Brookman led the pledge to the flag. The P.T.A. prayer was read by Mrs. Pat Pierce. Freda Shafer gave a report on membership. It was voted and approved to have all the school children's eyes and ears tested. Mrs. Pierce's room won the attendance banner. A special prize was awarded to Miss Pat Bullard. After the business session the school children presented a Christmas program. -o- -o- -o- Red Cross Gray Ladles The Red Cross Gray Lady shoppers this week are Delia Teugel, Anna Betty Huck, Marie Gillispie, Alice Moore and Mildred Loehr. On Wednesday of each week a group of these volunteer workers shop for the patient of the Mt. Vernon State Tuberculosis Sanitarium. Open-House Held For Clodfelderls Rev. and Mrs. A. B. Clodfelder were honored Dec. 15th with a Holiday Open - House at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hodge. In keeping with the Christmas season, the house was decorated throughout with candles, lights and greenery. The dining table, covered with a green and white lace cloth, held an assortment of holiday cookies, punch and poinsettias. Mrs. Louise Turner and Mrs. Betty Kenney presided at Jhe punch bowl assisted by Mrs. Elmer Price. Mrs. Betty King was at the gift table. Mrs. Clodfelder was presented a holiday corsage and Rev. Qod- felder a matching boutonnlere. Rev. Clodfelder is pastor of ',the Wesley United Methodist church.

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