Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 21, 1968 · Page 14
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BLUFORD Norman Vance an. I .1 t > r r\ X 'iinrc vons of \Ir. a tv I Mi> I'\ 'fin \ ar.n- an- sprnilinc ihi-ii J--aw \riih tin 11 narrnis ami pihf" [Ti.-itiM'> arid irii-mls Noi- i :nt'l«'ir(i hi- u:u- ii av v a. a iii \'i-.-in-;m J. u nh -1 1 1 i( tit il :n 1 )i>\ IT I i, \ir Fun • y. • I 'a'' y >i ;i!\ a • . ..I Manin-\ illr. 1! ifjWUcr GEORGE 00 IT- burgin RADIO AND TELEVISION SALES AND SERVICE SPORTING GOODS Your Moforolo Dealer Phone 242-?323 Mis. Fay Collier of Marshall. III., spent Saturday with Mr. an,l Mrs. F. W. Colwell. Mrs. ('oilier is Mrs. CoKvell 's sister, and lhe> , •. 'It -hi-fi.•<! .Mrs. C'ol- u i-1 1 '> ' MI tin l;t\ . Mr> T. I.. Clark and Mrs. Julii Kiiviiih and son Randy ai- i •. n ;i .in ;ed Mrs Clark's mother Ila /el I >fuiphenhaii !;h to St. Linn-. Sianrilax where she bnai- . "d a plane mi' I'ahlornia 1o spi nd the u inter Mi and Mr>. Perrv l '.ell and dauphii r Sara visited Sunday alh-i noon \\ ith hi> parents Mr and Mr-. I' K. Cell. Mi- t)pal Kirkpatriek iv- e .iiiie .i Sundax nuht Iroin Chi- I: IU -P Hildas where -he spoilt the pa- 1 three weeks with her d.u;uh :i! Mr. and Mrs. Thomas !.e\. I i->- U : .;„! *m .leltnn and m .e 'dih: a. qiKUnli '.i w ith her Mew ui;fi ,|i !!itl^h!iT, Miehelle w he u ,i- II . a n 1 V. . ai|r .-ii: i- '.i rail me v .iia wuir I [uhiia> in u - and 1 lappv I loli- da\s In wi 'Minr. and Ihe very i '.e -t in ill,. New Year Mr-, .luhn Kovurli. Cur. THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1968 The Mammoth WAYNE CITY it the home of her mother Mrs. Mabel Gammons. Earl Heusley and son of Chicago visited at the home of his sister, Mrs. Bill James and family the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McNew and daughter Glenda of Sims visited at the home of her mother, Mrs. Gladys hulanip, Mr. Smith is suffering and family of Normal was call- •x tr0m a detached retina of his -;d home on the account of the Mrs. Catherine Forth and eye. He has lost, the sight of'death of his aunt Mrs. Frank Jean Forth of Carlyk- visited his left eye from this ailment' Rose the funeral was Thursday some lime ago. at the Richardson funeral home Mrs. Fred Bruney is recover- Burial was made in the Tho­ rns from a major surgery at mason cemetery. They also visi- w£hof a hp f ! eld H ° SP J taI SCVerBl '* d her P arents - Mr. and Mrs. ™H I , n at the Esmon funeral for Mrs. Carrie and Wood Grocery store. Ho , oomb was ^ atfended „, The Wayne City Indians was jf lc Richardson funeral home. Thomason: defeated in a basketball game, Burial was made- in the Thoma-Tuesday by Bluford ball team, son cemetery she is survived Tuesday. Mrs. Logan Johnson and Mrs Dorothy James was a Mrs. Loren Woolever made a I business visitor in Fairiflerl business trip to Fairfield Tues -j Monday evening, day morning. Charlie Trotter returned to his Maurice Smith of Drumright home Tuesday in Aurora , 111., Okla., a former resident of after spending the week at the south Wayne City was taken! home of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley to the Barnes Hospital Sunday, Trotter, in the Dixon and Johnson am by a son and daughter. Wishing all the readers :> merry Christmas and a Happy New Year May Bless all. Mrs. Gladys Thomasoh, Cor. Galileo saw moon TWO INTERNAL REVENVE SERVICE rmployos receive length-of-service awartis at a ceremony in the Ml. Vernon oi'tirc, XI 1 Casey Ave. Jay (». Philpott, at right, distinct director, Springfield, presented gold emlilems in recognition of 'iii years of federal service to Herman J. •T. •Y. P. P. Colombo, Intenral Revenue agent (estate l;nv) left, and Arthur A. Ronat, special agent, right. (Delo Photo Craft) Ten Children In Family Are Down With Flu SMITHTOWN. NY. IAF > !•' ttr bedrooms and the front pirch have been converted to i- laniaric-s at the Archil 1 YOIIIIL; ir'nie liero. '.'he ten Young children, ran^1%' in age from 6 months to 111 ;.iiirs. have all come down with n e flu. unci Mrs. Young has a l .'-ny nose. The miniepidemic is nothing !'. red through the chicken pox in i i ison. Mrs. Young avoided offering a y predictions for next year. "If I lei it bother me." she .•aid. "the man with' the butter- fi : net would have been bote a' le'ig time ago." The lather of the stricken lamily has managed to escape i he hug so Iai\ "lie just brings things home ; • -I then gels awa\ from it all." Mrs. Young explained. She said she keeps three \a- poi i/crs boiling all da\. and .utilises the children with games a "id puzzles. Mrs. Young said she felt sorry \"\v to the Long Island house- lor one person involved in her Wile. iar.iily's suffering the delivery Twn years ago. when she had man for the local drug store, eight children, they all caught "He's here three times a ! .(- measles at once. Last year, day." she said. "We use medi- there were nine and they sui- cine by the gallons." HUMOR WHOSE CONTROL. On the first visit to the obstetrician after the hirlh of our first baby, I explained to the doctor that my husband and I had been discussing how far apart we should space our children and we wanted his opinion to help us reach a decision. "I'm not a very good person to ask." replied the doctor. "1 h a v e two children thirteen months apart." "Thirteen months apart." 1 gasped, "don't you believe in birth control?" "Sure I do." said the doctor. "Then how could that happen?" "I deal with my wife on a social basis, noi a medical one," he answered. This is the time of year for counting blessings. Among ours, none is more clearly treasured than the friendship of those whom we are privileged to serve. Not to be measured in dollars and cents, this is by far our most precious possession. To continue to deserve it is our constant aim. To ail who have helped make this year a memorable one for us . . . our sincere thanks and best wishes for a Happy Holiday Season ... for a New Year richly rewarding in the best things of life. na Chevrolet OUR GREATEST PROFIT—CUSTOMER SATISFACTION Clarence Brehm Darrell Hanna David Underwood Rick Carver W. A. Purceil Orley Kniffen Leland Lockwood Bob O'Brien Eddie Smith Charley Lucas SALEM ROAD Terry Anderson Robert Bopp Jim Beal Jim Brenton Wm. Day Cecil Goldman Jess Knauss Gary Marlow Jim Troutman Loren Jones YOUR AUTHORIZED Clarence Mays Bud Dulaney Richard Koch Bob Kolkmeier Bill Harrison Elbert Whiteaker James Tate Danny Taylor Doris Taylor Jane Reynolds CHEVROLET DEALER MT, VERNON, ILL. Give The Gift They'll Enjoy Everyday Of The Year A GIFT SUBSCRIPTION TO THE MT. VERNON Register-News We Would Be Happy to Mai! The Register- News to Your Friends and Relatives Any Place That You Desire It to Be Sent. 4' • T * A Christmas Card With Your Name Will Be Mailed to the Person Receiving Your Gift Subscription to the The Mt. Vernon Register-News. - -SUBSCRIPTION RATES I PAYABLE IN ADVANCE BY MAIL JEFFERSON COUNTY AND ADJOINING COUNTIES. On* Year $9:00; S.x Months $6.00; Three Months $3.50, One Month $1,25 By MAIL OUTSIDE JEFFERSON AND ADJOINING COUNTIES WITHIN 150 MILES: One Year $12.00; Six Month. $8.00; Ib-oi Months $3.50; One Month $2.50. SERVICEMEN AND OUTSIDE 150 MILES: One Year $15.00; Six Months $8.50; Three Months $6.00; One Month $2.75. Please send The Register-News for _.to the following; Name .... . | Address I City . "1 State Zip- Christmas Greeting from. I ml MT. VERNON 118 N. 9th Street Phone 242-0117 W. * T *> • Te> • T • P. • » •

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