Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 31, 1968 · Page 5
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• TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 196S THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS 5— A DEAR ABBY . Minister Neighbor Needs Brush-off Abigail Van Buren MR. A\J) .MKS. Miss Brenda Virgone Browder and James K. Lewis were united in marriage Saturday. November 16. The double ring ceremony was performed at six- thirty o'clock ai the Church of God, 7th and Conger, Ml. Vernon, with Ihe Rev. J. J. Boggs officiating before an altar decorated with while vases of greenery and large baskets of white gladiolus tied with large royal blue bows. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Browder of this city and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis of Macon, 111. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was lovely in a floor- length wedding gown fashioned in Chantilly lace and imported crepe, designed on original lines vsiili the Crafton look. The esquisile crepe detail defined the sides of the gown, the hemline and it edged the generous Chapel train and served as a dainty outline for the si and up collar and the tips of the full Icnglh sleeves. Her three - fourths length veil of Illusion was attached to a circle of satin and lace. Her bridal bouquet was a cascade of royal blue feathered carnations and snowdrift: spider mums, trailing ivy with white satin streamers tied in lovers- knots. Her only jewelry was a three dimension heart shaped pin, a gift of the bridegroom. Miss Linda Loss, of this city, was maid of honor. Her floor length A - line gown was of royal blue taffeta, designed with a full length sleeves. The waist was trimmed in white satin and lace and featured a back Ixnv of taffeta, white satin and lace. Her headpiece was a circle of blue taffeta and lace attached to a royal blue net veiling. She carried a long stem white carnation tipped in royal blue and tied with while satin streamers. The bride and maid of honor gowns were fashioned by the bride's aunt, Audrey Chapman. Charles Cline of Fairfield, was best man. The ushers were Johnny Browder, brother of the bride, and Jerry Lewis, brother of the bridegroom. (Rose Studi\>> •IA.MIVS K. LKWIS Miss Becky Fields was the organist. A reception was held in the church. The tables were covered with a white satin cloth. A four- tiered cake, placet! on a mirror, was decorated with white and royal blue flowers and bells and topped with a miniature bride and groom. Large white wedding bells surrounded the cake. Becky Fields, Wanda Stimson, Audrey Chapman and Dianne Swisher served. Miss Joyce Addams of Fairfield , was in charge of the guest register. Jeanette Young, Becky Cook, Alberta Loyd and Leslie Page were in charge of the gift table. The mother of the bride wore an orange two-pice knit suit with brown accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a brown knit dress and matching accessories. Eacli wore a corsage of two white and one royal blue carnations. The honored guests, the bride and bridegroom's grandmothers wore corsages of white, tipped in blue carnations. The bride is a graduate of Mt. Vernon high school, class of 19138. They are making their home at 414 East 8th slreet, Mt. Carmel, IU.. where the bridegroom is attending college. Out of town guests attending were, Kathy Browder and Paula Browder of Olney, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Browder of St. Charles, Mo., Mrs. Dan Chapman and children and Dianne Swisher all of Mattoon, Becky Cook of Car- bondalc, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Browder of Centralia ,Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lewis and family of Finley. Mrs. Hairy Wrede and Mr. and Mrs. Boe Wrede of Cloverdale. Ind., Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Lewis and family of Macon, Mrs. Clove Doty, Mr. and Mrs. Iloffee and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Cline and family, Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Addams and Joyce, Mrs. Murgra- ves, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bunting, Eldon Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Barhe and family , Mrs. Eliza Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Dave V. Love and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. Love and Anna Marie all of Fairfield. DEAR ABBY: My husband and I nie perfectly happy, but v.v navj problem with a neighbor vh • is a ministei, it all ^tailed test Jani'.a -\ when he tried to eel us to promise we'd visil his church. We never said we 'd 20. b,it lie kepi inviting us 1o the various arts-' vi'ios and .-ending us bulletins of what was going on in the chur?h. We never attended anv ef them. In July v.e hail a traeody \\c losi our first baby at 7 nv>n!h«. This minister came to Ihe b.O'-pitnl and lold me that; Hod had taken our baby in or -i der to get our attention and' •Make us .^0 to church. He led us pamphlets to read, then he came ' hock to talk to us some; more about going to his church.; I would like some sugges-' tier;?, as to how to get rid of fli's man for good. I told him we were both Baptists and had no interest in changing. Bui he insist'-d that all Christian religions were similar and we should try hi*. Please help us. NO NAME, PLEASE 1 DEAR NO NAME: Tell th's, j man that you do not want him 1 ' lo come around any more. nei -i llv"' are you interested in hi- chuuh nulietins cr pamphlets., and that if he doesn't quit pes- : i tering you with his un- Christian I like approach you will report I hi'v. to his superioi. • DEAR ABBY: What do you think oi a boss who would give ; hi? secretary a mink stole for i Christmas? He is married with 1 I two children. I STILL WONDERING i DEAR STILL: He probably considers it good insurance a' gains! getting a cold shoulder DEAR ABBY: Today my hus- ; band told me something which ; nne.de me absolutely furious. La.sr. week, I wrote you a let-! lor about a voi-y serious prob-- lorn. I have the letter to my husband in a sealed envelope. . addressed to you. and he took it to the office to have it. ni-'ili"' with the office mail. \\ II, one of the secretaries tlv re told him that her 'cur- insiiy" g .ii :: 10 best of her when she -nv, 1 lettei addressed tJ DEAR ABBY. so -he opened it ,.nd READ IT. She laughed a- ni ",i; ii. and has been tea c it:g him ever sinci. My husband asked me not to say nnything to this girl, be- .•aiiso lie lv:>: to work with her. Wnat ill you think. Abby Sir-' -Id I write another DEAR ABBY letter saying what a lowdown clirtv sneak I think this secretary is Then give the letter ti my husband to give to her TEMPTED DLAR TEMPTED: No. She s not worth all tlfat trouble. I think you ought to tell her, or Ir.vr your husband lei! her, thai opening another's mail is clearly against the law. This girl de- seryi?<- Ii be reported to the Big Boss and sacked. DEAR ABBY: I agree one hundred per cent with the 19 year- old virgin who intends to stay thai way until she marries, but I wonder why she considers herself so unusual. f am another 19- year- old virgin, and I don't think I deserve any medal of commendation for winning my struggle for virtue. And I'm willing to wager that there are millions ol other girls who can say the same. I admit, it's difficult when a gi :l dales a lot, and when (hat "special" fella wins her hi.ai-1 and starts to pressure her but Abby, Even today, charitity is not a novelty. ANOTHER VIRGIN IN ELGIN. ILL. Everybody has a problem. What's yours For a pcrsoanl reply write to Abby, Box 63700. Los Angeles, Cal. 900K9 and ein- cl'-se a stamped, self addres- se-J envelope. For Abby's Booklet. "How To Have a Lovely Wedding." send S1.0" To Abby. f\'700. Lis Angeles, Cal.. 90069. MR. AND MRS. .JOHN DAIJC HARRIS New Year's Eve Dances At Six Mt. Vernon Clubs Rita Lynn Ryan, daughter of ! Mr. and Mrs. James E. Ryan, became the bride of John Dale .Harris, son of Mrs. Ola Harris ' and the late Jessie R. Harris of Brownsville Road, in a double i ring ceremony at 7:00 o'clock. ! October 26. a I the llelen- I wood Baptist Church. Helenwood, Tenn., with the Reverend I Virgil Cecil officiating. Baskets •of yellow roses and yellow bur! ning tapers with arrangements i of jade foliage formed ihe back. ground for the ceremony with 33- branch candelabra gracing each side of the altar. She was • given in marraige by her father. For chose sal in ' :-;ette. All the Mt. Vernon clubs have scheduled dances to usher out. the old year and escort, in the New Year. For those who aren't up to the fast pace, there will be music and dancing of the Lawrence Welk Type, and for the young or those who feel young there will be the lively music. At any : ate there will be hundreds cn- • joying good music of the following bands at. the local clubs: American Legion, Jack Scott; I F.Ik's Bob DoimhiU; Moose i I odge. Zack Smith; Eagles. ' Cr.untry Gentlemen: V.F.W. De- ijno Dagg and the Country Budai.-s; and The Amvets, Dick McCoy. her wedding the bride a gown of white bridal overlaid \vii!i silk Geor- The elbow length sleeves and waist were of lace ennbroi- ] dered with seed pearls with the same design carried onto her chapel length train. Her elbow- length veil was caught with a dara of lace leaves embroidered with seed pearls. She carried a cathedral bouquet of white erchids and ivy on a white Bible. The miniature spray or- bids which were used in her bouquet were brought by her maid of honor troni Honolulu, ' Hawaii. Miss Patricia Fusco of Honolulu. Hawaii, her roommate for the past several years, served MS her maid of honor and Miss Caiolyn Ryan, sister of the bride, served as her bridesmaid. Miss Karen Davidson of G'enco, Mo., cousin of the bride, ser\ed as her junior bridesmaid. Their gowns were of sapphire blue taffeta overlaid with matching silk georgette falling in panels from the shoulder with matching headpieces of net and iadeta. They carried cascading oi .uqucls of trenched yellow- carnations. Larry Ryan, brother of the bride, served as be.-l man for the groom and ushers were Jerry Willard Thompson and Dun t? '\ton. Mrs. David Lilton sans,'. "Now t Know" and "The Hawaiian Wedding Song," accompanied bv Mrs. Carl Gunter <i| the j. "a no. / reception was held at the ".akewood Club with Mrs. E. N. Terry, Mrs. Howard Keeton and Mrs. Larry Ryan as hostesses. A color scheme of yellow and white lace was used with arrangement of miniature spray orchids on silver candelabra. Mrs. James E. Ryan, mother .f the bride, wore a light blue crepe dress and Mrs. Ola Hartis, mother of the groom, wore pink lace dress. Both wore white orchid corsages. For a wedding trip, the bride 1 hanged into a beige wool knit two piece dress. Mrs. Flora Bvyon of Helenwood, Tenn., grandmother of 1 lie bride, was a special guest. The bride is a 1960 graduate of the Huntsville high school, and a 1963 graduate of the University of Tennessee. The bridegroom is a 1959 gra- duafe of the Ml. Vernon High School. He has served four years with the V. S. Marines. They are making their home in Elgin. 111. Out of town guests attending 'lie wedding were Mr. and Mrs. ix nald Callahan and children, Kim and D. J. of Florissant, M'>., Mr. and Mrs. Billy GU- r.iore, Cisne, Robert Maske, Monroe, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Heed, Cincinnati, Ohio, and Mi - , and Mrs. Paid Davidson and children Alan, Karen, and Michael of Glenco, Mo. BARBS Friend George, a man of monumental cool, says: "Don't just DO something; stand there!" As early as 2500 B.C., in Babylon, tax records were inscribed on clay sheets, which ; ' were then baked to preserve 1 them. Were these the first; fortune cookies? Ii" the shoe tits, our Girl Friday always tries to squeeze into a smaller size. No. Gwendolyn, you don't get more for your money if vou buy Swiss cheese with few.- er holes to a slice. LIGHTEN' HAIR WITH CARE Becoming a blonde has its problems, even in this lay of safe and easy-to-use products. However, the biggest pitfall of lightening your own hair is: overlapping while lightening the new hair growth, and this can be eliminated with onre and baby oil. Carefully apply the lightener to only the root area that needs retouching, then, apply baby oil to the rest of the hair si rand to keep the bleaching product from seeping onto the hair that is already lightened. CARE OF OILY SKIN Oily skin needs to be soaped and rinsed Iwice every time you wash your face. Then p.-it it with an astringent to tighien up any large pores. Repeat this treatment two or three times a day. Masonic Lodge Installs Officers *-ll f I 'll iff || is MIP PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. John David Reynolds of Ivington are the parents of a daughter torn at 7:25 o'clock, December 27, in St. Mary's Hospital in Centralia. She weighed seven pounds and 14 ounces and has been named Ap,' ril Michelle. The grandparents 1 are Mr. and Mrs. Tom Willmore of Mt. Vernon and Mr. and Mrs. John Reynolds of Wood lawn, i -0- -o- -o- Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Saiv ! ders of Springfield, Illinois are the parents of a son born De• cember 27th. He weighed eight 1 pounds, nine ounces and has 1 been named Charles Frederick. The maternal grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. John Schls'rv and 1 the paternal grandparents arc J Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Sanders all of Springfield. Mrs. Sanders is the former Anne Dale, -o- -0- -o- Mrs. Wayne Diel of Effingham shopped in Mt. Vernon Monday. Jo Nell Graham of Valier was a business visitor in the King City yesterday. Betty Devoy of Decatur transacted business in Mt. Vernon Monday. Marilyn Newland of Ashley visited the King City yesterday. Betty Hutlon of Sesser shopped in Mt. Vernon Monc'.ay. Belle Rive Unit The Belle Kive Unit of Home Extension will meet Thursday, January 2 at 7:30 p.m. at. the home of Nola Hamson. Mrs. Omii Jones will present Ihe major lesson. All visitors are welcome, -o- -o- -o- Wallonville I'.T.A. The Wallonville Parent- Teacher Association will meet Thursday, Janauary 2 at 7:30 p.m. at Ihe grade school. 1 Jim Lipe will be the guest speaker. 1 Third and Fouth grade mothers will be hostesses. Mothers arc asked to bring cookies. All members are urged to at- lo.tl and visi.ors a.e welcome, -0- -o- -o- Pusl Nobel (1 rands' Club The Past Nobel Grands' Club of Varnell Rebekah Lodge 296 will meet Thursday, January 2, at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Louie S' iii'um. 1114 Jordan. Program On Okinawa At Logan Street Mr. and Mrs. Earnest P illard who have recently returned from Okinawa where he has been a member of the armed I forces and where they served ' as voluntary missionaries solving with members of the Bap, list foreign mission board, will I present a missionary program ; at the Ixigan Streel B a ptist 1 church Wednesday night at 7:30 I January 1st, i They will demonstrate the Ok- 1 inawian dress and will give a j resume of the mission work in Okinawa. The public is invited. Officers of the Mt. Vernon Masonic Lodge, A. P. and A, M. No. 31 were installed in a very im- prewsivu ceremony at the Masonic Temple last Saturday. Officers installed and installing officers were as follows: l<>oiit row, left to right- -Charles llaiuey, junior past master; Charles Swayze, senior deacon; O. ffi. Sliinsoii, junior warden; Robert K.-Fulfortf, worshipful master; Donald Schutte, senior warden; Bryon W. Weld, Jr., secretary; and Ed Lively, chaplain. Second row, left to right, Kenneth Dowdell, marshal; Cecil N. Lovin, senior steward; Herman Schwartz, junior steward: Lewis Stlnson, installing officer; Cecil Clamber, installing secretary and Joseph I. Cltixton. installing chaplain. Third row, loft to right, George Jl. Uordvv, Tyler; Lester Williams, insurer and Clvde Modlin, installing marshal. Mrs. Caudace Dougherty was pianist and Mrs. Nancy Schutte was soloist for the evening School Menus ROME: No School December 30, 31, January 1. Thursday: Hot Dogs on bun, kraut, mashed potatoes, fruit, milk. Friday: Baked fish and tarter sauce, vegetable jellow, fruit, bread, milk, butter. Hub Off Tobacco Stains Fingers stained with tobacco • look ugly. Flub with a little lemon j juice or hydrogen peroxide daily I until the stains vanish. I'rolly and pra-ielienl! She can •\.'ar capo and .-usp''in IIT skirl lo'.;othor or separately. Wear Ibis jaunty <.ijr HUT ill-esses or knil skirt. Knit of - >ort yarn with cables march i'-; all around. Kasy! Pattern 7.'71: sizes 2-12 included. FIFTY CENTS I coins 1 for each pattern add 1 cents [or each pattern for first- class mailing and ^pei -ial handling Send to Alice Brooks.. Mi. Ver- urn Register News, Needlrcruft Dept., Box m. Old Chelsea Sut- tini , New York. \. V. 1011. I'.'-inl Name, Address, Zip, Pattern Number. Giant, new lWii) ; Needlecrat't Catalog - - over 200 1 wrigns lo choose 3 free pat- I tens printed inside. Send 0 c nts now. NEW! "SO INSTANT GIFTS" fabulous fashions, toys, tie corator accessories. Make it today, give it tomorrow! Ideal for all occasions. 60 cents. "16 Jiffy Rugs" to knit, crochet, weave sew, hook, 0 cents. '3ook of 12 Price Afghans. 50 certs Bargain! Quilt Book 1 has 13 beautiful patterns. 50 cents. Museum Quilt Book 2 — patterns for 1 2 superb quills. 50 cents. Book- 3. "QiiUts for Today's Living." 15 Patterns. 50 cents. t ape Suit Socially Yours By NADINE Lt. Andrew D. Webb HI has returned to his base at Long Beach. Calif., after spending a leave with his mother, Mrs. Andrew D. Webb II. Lt. Webb and his mother spent Christmas with Lt. Webb's little son, Lee Webb in Des Moines, Iowa. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers of Wheaton, 111. -o- -o- -o- Jim Glover of Seattle, Wash., is enroute home after spending the past two weeks with his parents .Mr. and Mrs. James Glover and sisters, Jo Ann and Debbie. He is spending a week in San Francisco. Calif., on business before reluming home. He expects to visit his parents again in March. -o- -o- -o- Mrs. Mary Kinney of Swanton, Ohio is visiting her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Maulding and other relatives in this area, -o- -o- -o- Mr. and Mrs. William J. Bevirt of St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Alma Roehm of University City, Mo., were dinner guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Davy of Woodlawn. -o- -o- -o- Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bi-ookman and family of Wayne City, Mrs. Raymond Cluck of Mt. Vernon aixl Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brookman of DL\ were dinner guests Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rector of Kell. -o- -o- -o- Mrs. Mae Warren , Mr. and Mrs. James Warren and Miss Belle Warren have returned from Florida, where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. George Hess and children of Lake Mary and Mr. and Mrs. Hill Warren of Dunedin, Fla. -o- -o- -o- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson and daughter. Debbie have re- tiutied from a vacation at Homosassa Springs, Fla. They enjoyed seeing TV's Gentle Ben, Clarence and Judy performing at three daily shows at Homosa- I ssa Springs. I -o- -o- -o! Mr. and Mrs. Harold Can* and ' son. Sloven of Columbus, Ohio j have returned to their home af- 1 tor spending the Christmas holi- | days with Mr. and Mrs. Dennis I Cannes. 1 -o- -o- -o- Mrs. Maurice Gerson and little daughter, Cynthia Elizabeth of Huntsville, Ala., have returned to their home via Eastern Airlines after spending tine past two weeks with her sisters, Miss Melba Jean Carr and Mrs. Dennis Cannes and other relatives and freinds. -o- -O- -O- Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Pesek and sons, Jerry and Janie and Mrs. Robert Lee Pesek of Ferguson, Mo., spent part of the Clnristmas holidays with Mrs. Pesek's parents, Mr. and Mrs. AJ Verheyen of Salem Road. Jcn-y Pesek, who is now a member of tine U.S. Ah' Force, is enjoying a leave from his base in South Carolina. o— -o- -o- Christmas Day the family of : Mr. and Mrs. Merely Keele of this city gathered at their home for a turkey dinner and —gift exchange. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Keele, Elaine and Tommy, Mr. and • Mrs. J. David Keele. Gerald and Sandra Wiggins of Wayne City, : Mr. and Mrs. Leon Keele and • Alan. M. and Mrs. Johnnie Keele of Murray, Ky. Afternoon I callers were Winnie McDaniel, Lav in Keele and Mattie McDonald. The afternoon was spent in taking pictures and visiting. -0- -o- -o- Kelly DcMent of 1U5 Wescott will be 85 years old December • 31. as we were told by his daiiL 'hier. Mrs. Beulab Davis. . .'•Irs. L'M'e K:-u:>nl of 303 Marie ny • i'l be 78 years old January 3.' 1 ; •-• wnvrioc] by her daiif'ni' ". ^ s. Dolly Sledge. . TP 's- i • S:. v, -rt of Route 1, Mt. Vernon will be So' years old January 3 d as reported by her daughter. Dora Barker. We do hope each will receive many other cards along with tine one wc are mailing today. Sea and M-isca.ru Before you take a plunge into the ocean this summer, make certain your mascara and eye • shadow are waterproof. INSURANCE DUE? BEFORE YOU PAY CHECK M.F.A. Homeowners, Auto, Life and Health "SEE KEN" Your M.F.A. Agent f/jgfr KEN BELL tfhFvSj 128. 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