Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 21, 1968 · Page 6
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r. 6-A THE REGTSTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1968 MR. AND MRS. ED HARRISON Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harrison of 1210 South 24th street will observe their 55th wedding anniversary December 24. They are the parents of nine living children, Mr*. Doris Crowder, Mrs. Dorothy Henry, Mrs. Aleen Wilson, i Dwight Harrison and William Harrison, all of Ml.' Vernon, Mrs. James Curry of Sesser, Mrs., (leta Wilson ! of Waltonville, Aren Harrison of Murphysboro ami TS/GT Jewell M. Harrison of Indian Head, Md. They ; have 29 grandchildren and ?>3 great-grandchildren, j Due to illness no special plans are being made for! the occasion. DEAR ABBY . . . Boss 'Advances' For The Holidays Abigail Van Buren DEAR ABBY: I am 22, my Mends say I'm pretty, and I am the new girl in a five- girl olfice. My boss told me if I Christmas presents he could ar- needed a cash advance to buy Christmas presents he could arrange it and I wouldn't have to sign any notes or pay any interest. Then he took hold of (Dclo Photo Craft) REND LAKE COLLEGE QUEEN MISS SHEILA UOUSON. lovely daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Uodson of Rural Route No. 4, ML Vernon, was chosen queen of the Rend Lake College Christmas Dance "Moonlight and Mistletoe" held Decern hr 14. Miss Dodson. whose major is elementary education, is a sopiioniore. Socially Yours By NADINE Mrs. Otie Chapman was 82 years old December 19, Mrs. Cora Yeanvood was 93 years old December 19 and Bert Lampkin will be 82 years old December 22, as reported by 1 Mildred Van Dyke. They are 1 residents of Hickory Grove Ma, nor Nursing Home. . . Orville ; Lowery of 105 South 17th street, ; will be 72 years old December 23, as reported b y his daughter, Mrs. H. F. Holabeek of Des Plaines, HI.. —Mrs. Nora Gaston of 310 south Bryan, Salem, will be 86 years old, December 30 as we were told by her niece Mrs. Olive Ellis. . . We do ; hope they will receive many ' other cards along with the one we are mailing today, -o- -o- -o- Miss Edna Garrison reports her father, John C. Garrison of 828 Pace received 90 cards, telephone calls, visits from friends and gifts for his 97th birthday, as reported in the birthday column. Veronica's Views By Veronica Voss (Mary Jane Studio) SHOWN ABOVE ARE Peggy Morgan, left, and Judy Settle, both of Mt. Vernon, who were honored by Sarah Coventry Inc., at a Regatta Ball held December 7 at the Ramada Inn in Peoria. Mrs. Morgan was crowned queen of the Slate Ball by Rex Wood, president, of Newark, N.Y. She was later promoted to unit, manager for the companj Judy Settle was honored as top branch manager in the state. Each was presented with lovely gifts. When chill winds blow, you would be happier living apart. And be sure to mention the word "divorce." It is better that need a Jacket like this mat's as he hear it from you than from warm as 11 ^ fashionable, the neighbors or the kids at' Tracery of leaves curves yoke, s( ..nooI. ' create front panel design. Knit Dix W.S.C.S. Meets DEAR ABBY: I am a young widow with three small children. My income is limited, but I do get a sitter in when I' from neck down of knitting worsted. Pattern 7292: sizes 32-38 in- L»oth my shoulders and sort of j am invited out for an evening pulled me toward him. but I i by a certain gentleman who has made out like I thought it was | |>een paying me quite a lot of a joke and I got away from j attention lately. Question: him. ' Would it be proper to ask the The truth is, I could sure use i g3ntleman to pay for my sitter? about $200, but I am wondering j He has lots of money and isn t ; J it would be a mistake to j slmgy with it. iccept a cash advance. ORANGEBURG. S.C BETTY IN BUFFALO eluded. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern — add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing The Women's Society of Chris- Mrs. Theodore Glass, Episcopal tian Service of the Dix United Church, Mrs. Duff Danner, West Methodist ehurch. mei al the Salem United Methodist, shaved home of the pasior. Rev. Rose- iheir thoughts with the group mary Harris. South 22 id street, on "What Advent Means To Christm-'s meeting. Me." Mrs. Troy Douthit. president Since the 9th cenlurv Wes- It is interesting to note, in the history of Belle Rive, printed by the Continental Historical Bureau. The first person mentioned is James Hopkins, grandfather of Goaley Hopkins, and Mrs. Ruth (Hopkins) Lowry. Different people reported happenings for the preparation of tiiis manuscript, and since Ja; mes seems to be one of the j first settlers in Belle Rive, the : story goes that in 1865 he was Joe Snider. Presbyterian church! awakened by his dog, and going TIZZY ^ftev by Kate Osann outside saw some men with at least 8 horses. He went back; to bed, and a short time be-| fore da3'break the sheriff and! his deputy from Was hington j County, Illinois called at his home to see if he nad seen; and special handling. Send to: called the meeting-lo order at tern Christiandom has" begun I any men - ^ horse s Pass this 11 a.m. After Ihe business meet- Advent on the Sunday nearest| wa y- When he told him no lmd ' ing adjourned, a pot luck din- November 30 continuing it un-l mcv deputized him to ride with ner was served at a beautifully decorated table .Mrs. Georg-- Alice Brooks (Mt. Vernon Register News), Xeedlecruft Dept., Box 163, Old Chelsea Station, ;|New York, N.Y. 10011. Print Name. Address. Zip. Pattern Number. Giant, new 1969 Neccllecraft HI Christmas Eve. I them - and the y rode ea st, later The Advent wreath is a cir-, £ound the horses in a wooded section close to the Jefferson- Hamilton County line. They never located the horse thieves. proper to ask . but if you "hint" a little and he offers, it's proper to accept. DEAR ABBY: Is it true that DEAR BETTY: I hate to spoil yor Christmas, Kiddo, but there ain't no Santa Claus. If you could use a little cash (and who couldn't?) borrow it from a bank and be prepared to pay a legitimate rate of inters! At teast when the note comes due j m *h e Paper, please you won't have to wrestle your' NEEDS TO KNOW banker for it. DEAR ORANGEBURG: It's not i Catalog — over 200 designs to choose, 3 free patterns printed j conventd w ithM,-s. Earl M >e inside. Send 50c now. NEW! "50 INSTANT GIFTS" — fabulous fashions, toys, deo- a child born out of wedlock | orator accessories. Make it t cannot be christened? Answer ! da y- S ive Jt tomoi-row! Ideal for pr a yer by " Rcv Rosemarv II all occasions. 50c. Shepherd, Mrs. Duff Danner. and cl. t of green boughs, evergreen Mrs. Joi> Snider wvie guests to symbolize eternal life, has for the .•v.-'l. ' »our candles which arc lit oni At 1:30 p.m. the meeting re- successive Sundays. Three can -j but ^ horses were returned dies are royal purple. Advents,' 0 Uieir ovvners . presenting a program. "What liturgical color, the other, for From history , one of the Advent Means To Me." The pro- Ihe third Sunday, is a joyous: worst crimes a man could corn- gram began with the group pink. mit was to stcal a horse .... Night." which was followed with The program was closed with: hanging was usually the pumsh- _ , DEAR NEEDS: NO! A POLLY'S DEARABBY: How does 5 amo- u . 01 , out of cfln DniMTFP^ ther go about telling her 7- year j be christenod ^ ia] PUIN I tKb his father^ &K usuaUy ^ fa L S t I T£ • vr - Talk to y°« r clergyman. To Bolster GI's Morale On the advice of his attorney, ; Everybody has a problem.; Bv MLLY CRAMER my husband moved out of our, What>s For ^ ersonaJ Bv ™ prayer by Mrs. Earl Myers, ris. After the conclusion ol the As Mrs. Myers lighted the program, gifts were removed candles of the advent wrealh. iic-m under the beautiful deco- Rev. Rosemary Harris read .-aled Christmas tree, and given scripture from Isi'ah. the first to those present. house nearly 2 weeks ago, and I haven't the heart to tell our little boy that he is not coming back. (I told him that Daddy was away on a business trip.) Our son is a very sensitive child and he adores his father. How can I soften the blow? CONCERNED DEAR CONCERNED: Tell him the truth —that his father and ycu have decided that you r^-ply write to Abby, Box 69700 Los Angeles, Cal., 90069 and en- DEAR POLLY -- My son in candle s\ mholizing. from d.nk- ness to light; scripture from Proverbs, second candle, ihe prophecy: scripture from gospel ol" Luke, third candle - re- Those present besides those clcsea stamped, self- addressed l lea ily appreciates it when I ope ' send him those shake -a -puddings. I also include an instant i— p. n K , I A i r* i breakfast drink, different fla- r'trvSC AI S i vors for milk shakes and dried 1 WN| ' 1 N/\l_*J imjik j n containers. Each arti- , i "le is wrapped in a separate OL K e 11 J pj astic . bag before packing. In Vietnam is out in the field and | joice . md Mf(ttneu . fourih-can- lives on canned C-rations. He ; dlc snmV( , rs of nghtiousness. A panel of guests. Mrs. Bob Evans. St. Mary's Catholic ment. -o- -o- -o- Another pioneer in this area was Joseph Yates, who walked from Hopkinsville, Kentucky to Thierry Hill, northeast of Dalil- gren, in the year of 1820 there- "I suppose in a couple of weeks her hairdo will be longer than her skirt!" abotus, perhaps earlier. He was 16 years of age at. the time. He hewed timber and made a Roberta Williams shopped in Mt. Vernon Friday. Dorothy Wicks of Benton was HOME DECORATING NEWS DIKING WELL is something that will never go out of style, even though today's homes often do not have the formal dining- room. Culinary specialists have long; known that the enjoyment of any meal is enhanced by serving it in an attractive manner . . . and in a pleasant setting;. And whpther you have a separate dining room or an area at onp end of the living room, you can turn it into one of the most inviting areas in your home, where family or guests can savor relaxed, unhurried meals. There are dining room suites available to fit any size dining area, even the smallest dning "L". Handsome, comfortable nhairs are an invitation to sit a while. And one of the most important pieces, the breakfront, hutch or china cabinet, is as tunc rional as any piece of furniture you ean have, providing storage for china, linens and silverware. Dress up your dining area with liglit, inviting colors, comfortable furniture, sunny draperies, and perhaps a pull-down lighting fixture ,.. and you'll find guests and family lingering over your meal*! From the most functional net for family room or kitchen to the most elegant dining room furniture, our selection is complete. Let us help you dine with the best! letters, I include a stick of gum, individual catsup and mustard a business visitor in the King [ packets, saved from trips to a City yesterday. ! drive- in. or a small salt con- Elouise Wilson of Whittington j t j ner . He says these help the transacted business in Mt. Ver- 1 taste of the canned rations. MRS. non Friday. < E.T.O. Harold Holder of McLeans-; DEAR POLLY —' Please, some boro visited the King City; one tell mehow I can get my yesterday. baby's plastic pants soft again. Lloyd Lunslord of Mariun \ — MRS. L. C. transacted business in Mt. Ver- I DEAR POLLY & would like Church, Mrs. George Shepherd, Faith Lutheran Church, Mrs. on ihe program. Mrs. Harold Conn..w;\. Miss Vesta Connaway. Mrs. Mary Connaway, Mrs. Dillas Timmons, Mrs. Del Pori- lo. Mrs. Troy Douthit, Mrs. Louii iM Slormeni and Mrs. Wm. Micliels. The Harris home was beauti- 1 named Campbell, his wife dying lully decorated in keeping with! about a year later, leaving Ihe Christmas season. WAC Training : ForMt. V. Girl Private Marva L. Harris, dau- ; non Friday. Evan N'eal of Benton was a business visitor in the Kin g City yesterday. James Brookman of Opdyke was a visitor in Mt. Vernon Friday. John O. Hill of Sesser transacted business in the King City yesterday. fj tell the other ladies that I have made many braided rag rugs. I use a heavy , old electric iron to keep the rug from buckling while I sew the braids together. Keep the iron just behind where you are sewing and siide it forward as you go. — ! EDNA DEAR POLLY - I would like L. D. Shaw of Bluford visited: to help Elsie get her rag rug in Mt. Vernon Friday. P. N. HIRSCH BEAUTY SALON Phone 242-0783 The Y Celebrating Style SHAMPOO, CUT AND STYLE 4 50 15.00 Cold Wave 8.95 Sue Donoho—Ina Whitsell Carlita Ragan—Fay Wilson started. I use clean cotton rags and tear or cut them intb snips 2-to2Vs inches in width. When making a round rug, use a large crochet hook and begin with ' single crochet. Make the first ' row about eight inches long, > ihen join the ends. As you begin j the second row, use double cro- ; clict. add every so often and ' smooth out so the rug does not curl. fPolly's note — Work on a card table or other flat surface, i Continue until desired s-ize is made. If the rug does! net lay as flat as yon would • ime. use a damp rag and press, oi use your steam iron. Fold the rags in as you work so there are no ragged edges. For an oblong rug, begin with a Ion-; ger single crochet piece, then : $ crochet second row using double ji log cabin spending the remain-: ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter j der of his life, a farmer, dying! M. Harris, 500 S. 15th St., Mt.! in his early thirties. v'ernon, completed eight weeks; He was married to a lady; 0 f basic training al the Wo -j men's Army Corps Center, Ft. | McClellan, Ala. December 6. • family of three girls and two! she received instruction in — ' boys. Army history and traditions. ad- Ely R. Yates, eldest son of ministrative procedures, milita- ; Joseph was born in 1834, and ry justice, first aid and field : he was the grandfather of Char- training. i les Yates. Isam R. Yates was — — ' torn in the east part of Jeffer- _ '.son County, in Moore's Prairie \A/illir ~im^ \ A/PH i Township. The letter "R" stands ^ ! ' j for Riley, and was used in the ^ 9 Y6QTS i Yates family for five genera• tions as a middle initial. Mr. and Mrs. Loran Williams A name long connected with of 11.04 Glcndale, Benton, lor- ' Bylle Rive is Boudinots, tracing met- residents of Inei, will ob! their ancestors back to France, : serve their 59th wedding anni- j Jean (John) and Marie Boudi-j versary December 24. j not. They died there in the mid-! They are the parents of five die 1600's. According to the same j living children, Mrs. Lois W. Smith of Madison, Wis., Mrs. source as indicated in the beginning of this column, their eldest son, Elias, migrated to Mary Rose and Mrs. Bertha Dalby, both of Whittington, and; V G L • (4?, • New York. Three generations j Mrs. Minnie Clinton and Mrs.. later Dr. John Boudinot, direct! Loriunc Cochrane, both of Ew- ancestor of John Quincy Boud-1 ing. inot, was a surgeon in the young j No special plans have been American Revolutionary Army, | made for the occasion. CITY OF LIGHT puts on a good show. Paris seems brighter than ever with Christmas decorations adding to the city's already famous glow. and his brother Elias IV was | a statesman and President of < ' the Continental Congress when! i George Waslungton b e came I ! President of the United States. 1 j More ebout this amazing family later. ! -o -o- -o! My Christmas tree is veryi j small, so it seemed feasible I I to get the small lights, the ones' j that when "one goes, they all' go," And it has benn quite a; busy time evenings, hunting the; dead bulb, replacing it with a' live one, walking carefully so as not to jar it. . . woops, there goes another one! But, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. . . stitch as before. Be sure to add at the corners so the rug does not curl. —MRS. F.W. Jr. BARBS Our Girl Friday says her new boy friend is like Yellowstone's famous geyser—old, but faithful. OPEN UNTIL'8 P.M. I FOR YOUR SHOPPING I CONVENIENCE I I I i The office wolf has a tin ear l>' for music, but he loves to listen % to the belles. i K : One isometric, do-it-on-the-!« job exercise that will do you a ; g world of good: keep the mouth . p Franklin D. Roosevelt, with 523 in 1936, received the largest number of electoral votes for any presidential candidate. 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