Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 20, 1968 · Page 9
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 9

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Friday, December 20, 1968
Page 9
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1968 THE REGISTER-NEWS — Mt. VERNON. ILLINOIS 9-A I PERSONALS Ralph D. Watson of Cisne was a business visitor in Mt. Vernon ; 'ihursday. Jerfy p. Edmonson of Centralia transacted business in the King City yesterday. ! William L. Lewis of Enfield visited Mt. Vernon Thursday. Linda Panzier of Ashley shop- !ped in the King City yesterday, i Joyce Hawkins of Iuka was i a business visitor in Mt. Vernon Thursday. Ruth Nichols of Opdyke transacted business in the King City yesterday. Susie Austin of Blufbrd visi- tod Mt. Vernon Thursday, i Mary E. Allen of Sesser shopped in the King City yesterday. Ida Calvert of Sesser was a business visitor in Mt. Vernon Ihursday. v The Top s Ten Best-selling records of the week based on The Cash Box Magazine's nationwide survey "I Heard it Through The Grapevine." Gaye -A b r a h a m, MarUn and, ai ' d , Collins both of Mt. Vernon Holiday Pecan Cake From Kentucky (Rose Studio) AND MRS. JOHN RICHARD COLLINS AIR. Glenda Ratliff and John Rich- John." Dion "Stormy." Classics IV "For Once in My Life," Wo?> der " Wichita Lineman." Camp- bC "Love Child." Diana Ross and j P><; spncc of their immediate fa ~ exchanged wedding vows Saturday November 30, at seven thirty o'clock. The double ring ceremony was performed in the nome of the bride's parents, by the Rev. Frank Trotter, .in the iSmucker Studio i the Supremos -MRS. JOHN STEPHEN ROOT Miss Jan Alden Clayton and Ashland was maid of honor. The John Stephen Root were married j bridesmaids were Miss Barbara ; „ A , ,, „ I Abrams, also of Ashland, Miss Saturday afternoon December; ^ Bay Village, 0-, 14 in a double ring ceremony I * jodle R J ^ performed at two o clock at Tn-, 0M sMer q{ bridegroom . , nity Lutheran Church in i Ash-; Dungar of Ann 1 land, Ohio, with tiie Reverend Mich l gan> a cousin of Me "I Love How You Lovt Viiiton "Who's Making Love," Taylor "Both Sides Now," Collins "Cloud Nines," Temptations Robert Kinsey officiating. the bridegroom. WORLD ALMANAC FACTS The bride is the daughter of Thomas Spitzer of Canton, cou- Edward Clayton of Ashland. Her gin of the bridegroom, served mother, now deceased, was s ^st man> The other atten _ Mrs. Juanita (Souers) Clayton and her grandmother is Mrs. M. A. Souers of Mt. Vernon. dants were Jeff Da vies, Aurora, HI., Gary Stafford, Columbus, Ohio, John Thomason of Stuben The bridegroom is the son of 0hiO( and stephen Dun . Mr. and Mrs. John B. Root of gar of Ann ^bor, Michigan. Canton, Ohio. | The new Mrs. Root, a grad- The bride wore a full length uate of Ashland High School, wedding gown beautifully fash- ] has attended Miami university ioned in white worsted peau. Styled on Victorian lines, it featured Victorian neckline, full length sleeves and E n glish waistline. The cuffs, collar, bodice, A-line skirt and the detachable tubular chapel length train featured delicate Alencon lace detail. Her full length net lace veil of illusion was attached to a Coronet half- hat d'e- tigned with lace flower medal- lons with lace petals and seed pearl applique trim. Miss Billie Jane Easterday of and Ashland College and will be attending Kent State Univer- 1 sity, majoring in elementary ed- 1 ucation. The bridegroom, a gra- 1 duate of Greenwood High School attended 1 Miami University and is now majoring in Finance and Banking at Kent State University. Following a reception at the Ashland Country Club, the newlyweds left for a wedding trip to Bermuda and will make their home in Apartment Nine, 2000 Woodland N.W. in Canton. milics The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Rector of Mt. Vernon and the bridegroom is the sen of Mrs. Lena Collias of Mt. Vernon and the late Lawrence E. Collins. The bride was lovely in a powder blue crepe A- line sheath dress featuring a ruffled collar. She wore a corsage of white roses. Mis. Doris Wehmeyer of Chi­ cago, was maid of honor. She wore a grey sheath dress ae- By CECILY BROWNSTONE Can I interest you in adding something a little different, a little special, as an accompaniment for the holiday turkey? Serve a casserole of rice cooked in chicken broth and enlivened with pineapple, water chestnuts, celery, green onion and soy sauce. Before suggesting this for the noble bird, we served the casserole at a rehearsal, this time with roast duck. All tasters arv proved the rice and pineapple combination, and one of them-— a man who enjoys cooking— Since the turkey needs to rest before being carved, the rice casserole can go into the own during this period. Or after the drained pineapple and other ingredients have been added to the rice, it ran he heated in 'he top of a double boiler over boiling water. PINEAPPLE RICE CASSEROLE 1 can n:> 1 » ounces) pineapple tidbits 1 can (lO'-j ounresi condensed chicken broth 1. cup converted-type rice V t cup butter 1 can ("i ounces) water chestnuts, drained and sliced '•J cup thinly sliced celery cented with pink. She wore a i 2 Aip chopped sca llion (gre corsage of white carnations onion), tops included SOITHKRN PI0('AN CAKE—From Kentucky pecans, raisins ami ulnce cherries, it needs o\cni liefin'i' ii's sliced. Hid I nlcn \\ r-li lit sinra't- to d) boiling; add iwe. V.nng soiling again. Turn heat \v > low, cover and simmer until rice is tender and liquid ah- Current Best Sellers FICTION Salzburg Connection,' Frank Wehmeyer of Chicago, 1 tablespoon soy sauce was best man. Turn pineapple into a strainer A reception was held in the 'set over a pint measure to drain home of the bride's parents, Mr. ! thoroughly. To the pineapple and Mrs. Thurman Rector. Mrs. 'syrup add the undiluted chicken sorbed— about L '5 minutes. Pearl Thomason served a beau- 'broth. Add enough water to With a fork, mix in pineapple tifully decorated two- tiered• make 2 'i cups. Turn into a butter, water chuestnuts, eel- wedding cake, topped with a, ncav y medium saucepan. Bring cry, scallion and soy sauce, miniature bride and groom. : The bride's mother wore a; salmon three piece suit with; black accessories. j The bridegroom's mother^ wore a brown dress with mat- 1 ching accessories. For an undisclosed wedding trip the bride changed into a gold knit sheath. The bride is employed as a I legal secretary at the First Na- Com- foung Moderns: Isn't He Romantic Anymore? By VIVIAN BROWN AP Newsfeatures Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Some young girls worry that their narriage is foundering because "heir once-romantic husbands teem bored with the love bit. Complaints include . . ."He Joesn't kiss me anymore when le (or we) go off to work (or to school)" ... "He doesn't compliment me on my appearance." . . . "He seems to have something on his mind that he doesn't discuss with me" (another woman?) . . . "He is spending more time with his a little money by eating at home more often. (A pocketbook clamp might also reveal why he hasn't brought you those little surprise gifts or flowers lately.) "Is it fun getting together with the boys?" might bring responses such as "It is a help to my business," or "It is good to keep up with things" or even that "I need the exercise." It has been said that young men mature fast once they begin assuming responsibilities of their own, such as meeting regular monthly bills and planning for job future. Some starry-eyed Thomas Wilfred's clavi- lux, a keyboard instrument for projecting colors on a screen as a means ot esthetic expression, preceded today's psychedelic lighting effects by some 40 years, The World Almanac notes. Wilfred projected colors and fantastic designs, then subjected them to rhythmical changes in shape and hue. The. clavilux was used in solos and as visual accompaniment for music, dance and drama. Copyright ©1968, Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Catch NFL Football See all the action on CBS-TV Sunday! See me for a better deal on your car, home or life insurance any day! tional Bank and Trust pany. The bridegroom is employed by Illinois Bell. "The Salzburg Connection,", The couple are making their Maclnncs \ home at 733 Airport Road, Mt. "A Small Town in Germany,", Vernon. Le Caire T-irn into an <<' !•>:>•: . s • •:•!.- irg ilsli HO by r. I>> 1 ', an i>.' similar utri: :l (• 'V v, foil il' neres-iary ;!;••• !•:<' jr. :• preln-aled .I'lO-dcgrce oven untl thnniUghly hv>l ~U !•> .I i <;i!.- lite-;. Makes six to eight servings. 4. Small wonder: can be seen at REGENCY MOTORS, Inc. Salem Rd. Phone 242-6300 CARD OF THANKS The family of Henry Rockenmeyer, wishes to flunk Father Burke. American Legion Post: 141, the pallbearers, Pulley Funeral Home, and our friends and neighbors* for their many acts of kindness. Thanks for the flowers, the primers, the card and the fund. We shcil I bless you all. ays gialelully remembu. i\V..y God M.-r,. Henry Charles P Li others aiv oc-kenmeye' and Family Sisters "Airport," Hailey "Preserve and Protect," Dru "Hurricane Years," Hawley NONFICTION "The Money Game," Smith "Between Parent and Child, Ginott "Anti-Memoirs," Malraux "Instant Replay," Kramer "Iberia," Michener ;--i men friends" ... "He doesn't j y°ung girls aren't prepared for suggest that we go out to dinner j the change, but they can begin or go dancing" . . . "He seldom to think about it. brings home flowers or those little surprise gifts." What can a girl do in such a situation? Well, for one thing, she should keep her cool until she gives some serious thought to the situ- income," suffered the newly im- ation. Otherwise he may begin merscd Baptist. HUMOR "REVELATION" 'I pledge ten percent of my WILBURN DAVIS 2600 Broadway Mt. Vernon, Illinois Office 242-3770 STATE FARM lo think her disposition isn't what he bargained for when he married her. "Hallelujah!" shouted the fire and brimstone evangelist, "we've got a tilher in our tank." Home 244-1649 j p«ear ST ATI: I ARM MlTl'AL AUTOMOHII K INNUR AM I:COMPANY • Home Olliic: Uloomiiijjiou, Illinois • INSURANCE A elean-the-air program is the ^^•i'»a^j ^^5 ?^«^J ^5!^^ only one thai will give her ready answers, and il should be done ^ in a good-humored way. Jjj ' You forgot to kiss me this g morning," may be the simplest J. approach to resuming that rcia- K tionship. y "Oh, so you don't like my K meat loaf," may wring out the iji trulh-"Well, if you really want lo know, I don't like hardboiled ^ eggs in il." "A penny lor your thoughts" is far betlor than the pouting complaint, "Why have you been ignoring me nil night." He may even loll you what's been both- ( ',; ering him. ^ 'Wouldn't it be fun to try this j| new restaurant," miyht reveal ^ 1hat ho has been hoping to save ({ GERALDINE'S BEAUTY SALON Geraldine Kr|ohn, Operator •409 N. 12th St. 244-3282 Complete Beauty Service Professional Shaping and Styling of Hair Pieces. BROWN'S IHE PRESCRIPTION SHOI 1010 MAIN 242- 0375 russ packs "Antron*" into your travel world These "Antron®" Nylon separates know how to travel in style. Whether your traveling light, and wearing them, or just tukip.j them along for the ride, they fill the bill with great versatility .. . always look neat, anywhere, anytime. Take off with great patterns and solids for the mixing and switching problems in your hectic fashion life. Pack'n go high -flying colors of toast, lime, aqua and peach. OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL 8:00 P.M. TILL CHRISTMAS CLOSE CHRISTMAS EVE 5:30 P.M. 1 LIVINGSTON PHARMACY | Call 244-1100 — After Hours Call 242-0488 — 109 N. 10th — Mt. Vernon, 111. | i Rose Hirons 208 South 9th St. Phone 242-3244

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