Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 9, 1969 · Page 6
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6—A: THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS THURSDAY, JANUARY 9. 1969 CENTRALIA EDITOR'S BIOGRAPHER BETTY KING FRAZER If a nation's history is but a collection of stories of the men who left their indelible mark upon it, all woven into one larger fabric, then such a fragment is "Verne E. Joy, Publisher, 'Egypt's Greatest Dailyy'." The new 166-page biography is a chronicle of the career of the man who for more than half a century shaped the destinies of the Centralia Evening Sentinel. Its author is Betty King Frazer of the department of journalism, Southern Illinois University. The book traces the development of Joy's philosophy of newspapering which already had taken definite shape while ho was still a young (early twenties) American Consular agent in Solingen, Germany, be- for the turn of the century. Even then, Mrs. Frazer points out, Joy had very definite opinions how a newspaper should be run, and he made his ideas known in affectionate letters to his father, whom he was itching to succeed as editor. Much later, Joy did take over the editorship, and the book is an account of his personal management of the family-owned paper almost up to the time ox his death in 1964 at the age ol 87. As the author points out, Joy "said he would never re­ tire, and he never did." Although severely limited in activity by two strokes, ho remained the "boss" until a broK- en hip in March, 1963, ended his active days. Mrs. Frazer, with her husband Clarence A. Frazer, was closely associated with Joy at the Evening Sentinel from 1947 to 1962. Both veterans in the newspaper field, they are now on the stofi at Southern Illinois University. The Frazers' eldest son, Dave, is city editor of the Metro-East Journal in East St. Louis; son Bob is copy editor for the Nashville (Tenn.) Banner; and daughter Mary is a journalism major at Southern Illinois University. Another daughter, Nancy (Mrs. Bert Shadowen of Richmond, Va.) is the only Frazer without printer's ink ii: the blood. She is a department store buyer. "Verne E. Joy, Publisher, 'Egypt's Greatest Daily'" is published by the Evening Sentinel, Broadway and Poplar Sis., Centralia, 111. Socially Yours By NADINE Society Editor Anna Munsell of 309 E. Hull street, McLeansboro — 62859, will be 70 years old January 9, as reported by a friend, Angeline Wallace . . . MLss Hulda VHlwock of Moore's Nursing Home, Bickwell, Ind., —47515, will be 101 years old January 11, as reported by her cousin, Mrs. W. G. Wodicker of Elizabethtown. Mrs. Wodicker reports Miss Villwock is confined to a wheel chair but is very alert and her memory fine. . . . Jim Hunt of 120 North 6th street will be 81 years old January 13. . . We do hope they will receive many other cards along wit hthe one we are mail- in gtoday. -o- -o- -o- Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rogers of this city recently flew home from Fort Lewis, Wash., where they spent Christmas and New Year's with her son, Sgt. Clarence Kowalski and family. While there they visited many points of interest in the northwest and Canada. ' -o- -o- -o- Mrs. John J. Teter reports she enjoyed her 84th birthday, January 7. Her daughter, Mrs. JJocelyn Green spent the day with her, and she received many cards, letters, and gifts, especially enjoyed calls from Milner step-children from R i ver- side, Calif., and East St. Louis. •y .ik MR. AND MRS. WILLARD DALE SHIELDS C. D. Carpenter Earns Degree Bluford Church Has Good Year This past year has been a good one for the Markham City Church of the Nazarene. A generous gift of pulpit furniture was provided by John *nd Lora Donoho, formerly of 'he area. The Nazarene Youth Camps were attended by five of the young people. The Sunday School increased in attendance during the fall rally with a monthly average of 57 for October. Harvey Lane is the Sunday School Superintendent. One of the highlights of the year came when the Harold Frodge family placed their membership in the Markham City Church. Rev. Harold frodge is an evangelist for the Church of the Nazarene. Another important time during the fall revival under the efforts of Rev. Carl Cruse of the Centralia Church as evangelist and Mr. Gene Adams of Centralia as song evangelist. Adams Is well known in the area; his parents members of the Mt. Ver non Church of the Nazarene. In addition to the three mi- sionary calls within the local chirch another came during this particular revival. Idella Lane, daughter of Harvey and Betty Lane if Opdyke received a cah as a missionary teacher. The pastor's Rev. Mrs. Dixie West. Charles Duane Carpenter Charles Duane Carpenter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Carpenter, 813 South 18th street, has completed requirements for his Bachelor of Science degree at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. He will be teaching science at Mt. Pulaski, HI. He is a 1962 graduate of Mt. Vernon high school and attended Mt. Vernon Community College 1962-64. CREAMED COLOGNE IASTS If you find that the scent of the cologne you use vanishes too quickly, try the same fragrance in a solid or cream version. The alcohol that is contained in most perfumes tends to evaporate and with it the fragrance while the consistency of a cream retains it much longer. JANUARY ALL FALL AND WINTER Further Reduced To. HATS To To OFF Fashion Shop 9th & Main THE QUALITY CORNER OF MT. VERNON The Richview Baptist Church was the setting December 28 for the candlelight wedding uniting Miss Pamela Lynn Hall and Willard Dale Shields. Rev. Berthol Watts officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rommy Hall of Richview and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shields of Mt. Vernon. "The Bridal Chorus" by Wagner and the "Wedding March" by Mendelsohn were played by the organist, Terry Hake. Mrs. Carmen Draege sang "Twelfth of Never" and "The Wedding Prayer." Miss Margaret Kluck was maid of honor and the bridesmaids were Miss Peggy Quails, Miss Mary Ann Asbury and Miss Patricia Green. Charles Hall, brother of the bride, was best man and the groomsmen were Tommy Hall, brother of the bride, Gary Merriman and Mike B. Merriman, cousins of the bridegroom. Tommy Newman and Gary Harvey seated the guests. Joyce Sturgeon was flower girl and Billie Joe Hall, cousin of the bride, was ring bearer. The bride was attired in a flowing gown of organza over peau de soie. The empire bodice featured an oval neckline and bell sleeves. Re - embroidered Alencon lace adorned by seed pearls, accented the waistline and sleeves. Tiny buttons marked the back bodice. The A-line skirt billowed into a cathedral train bordered by lace and pearls. Her cathedral length veil Centralia. cascaded from a single rose, petals of which were edged by pearls. The bride carried a cascade of white rose and holly. She wore a cross shaped pendant, a gift from the bridegroom. The bridesmaids and flower girl wore cranberry red velvet gowns. They featured A- line skirts with tiny satin buttons marking the back bodice. Their shoulder length veils were held in place by velvet poinsettias. The maid of honor was attired ni a gown of emerald green velvet styled like that of the bridesmaids. They carried white muffs with red roses and holly. A reception was held immediately following the ceremony at the church. The bride's mother received guests in a blue knit dress with black accessories and the bridegroom's mother wore an aqua dress with aqua accessories. Both mothers wore corsages of white orchids. Mrs. Shirley Bierman, Mrs. Doris Smith and Mrs. Katie Meier were at the serving table. Miss Mary Sherman and Miss Annette Cortelyou were the gift table attendants and Miss Linda Silgar was in charge of the guest book. The bride was graduated from Centralia High School with the class of 1968 and is employed by the Bell Telephone Co. The bridegrom is a graduate of the Mt. Vernon High School and is presently enrolled at Sou thern Illinois University. After a short trip the couple will reside at 520 W. Fifth St. Society BPW Men's Night The January meeting of the Mt. Vernon Business and Professional Womens' Club will be held Monday evening, January 13th at the Masonic Temple. Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. with husbands or bosses, of the members, as special guests. The civic participation committee with Claire Williamson, chairman, and Rose Hirons, as co-chairman, will be in charge of the arrangements for the evening. Guest speaker will be Eddie Allen, who will speak on "Hair Fashions for Men." -o- -o- -o- Young Homemakers The Young Homemakers Unit of Home Extension will meet January 14 at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Vera Hays. Visitors are welcome, -o- -o- -o- Gleancrs Class The Gleaners Class of the Park Avenue Baptist church will meet Tuesday night, January 14 for a regular meeting in the chuch at 7:30 p.m. There will be a social hour. Hostesses will be Mrs. Dollie Scott and Mrs. Mary Shaw. -o- -o- -c— West Salem P..T.A. The West Salem Parent ' Teacher Association will meet Monday night, January 13 at 7:30 p.m. Dr. John Alfbrd will speak on' the status of the new J. L. Bluford school. Happy hour will be provided for kindergarten through third grade. Refreshments will be served, -o- -o- -o- D.A.R. To Meet Joel Pace Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, will meet Thusday evening, January 9 in the home of Mrs. Lowell Dearinger, 1800 Isabella Avenue. The meeting will begin promptly at 7:30 o'clock. -c- -o- -o- Jefferson County Association For Retarded Children The Jefferson County Associa tion for Retarded Children will meet Thursday, January 9 at 7:30 p.m. at the Court House. •MRS. RICHARD L- (Mary Jane Studio) MICK Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Wood of Bluford announces the marriage of their granddaughter, Miss Connie Whitworth, to Richard L. Mick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mick of Mt. Vernon. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Whitworth of San Antonio, Tex., former residents of Mt. Vernon. The wedding was performed Saturday afternoon December 28 at two o'clock in the Union Chapel United Methodist church, with the Rev. Rosemary Harris officiating in the presence of the immediate family. The bride was lovely in a white winter wool dress, with a short veil of illusion. She carried a bridal bouquet of yellow roses. She wore a heartshaped diamond pendant, a gift of the bridegroom. Mrs. Jayne Maynor and Larry Mick were the attendants. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held in the church. Miss Martha Flack and Mrs. Patty Mick served cake and punch to the guests. The bride is employed In the bookkeeping department of Good Samaritan Hospital. The bridegroom is employed in St. Louis, where they plan to live in a new mobile home. LaVerne Lamczyk Receives Award INSTANT SEWING i Sleeves are now very much on the fashion scene, even for summer. The variety of types of sleeves is BO great that there will be no difficulty for those who make their own clothes to have the most becoming and most fashionable The one-piece sleeve is the most commonly used. The two- piece sleeve is most often used in coats and Jackets. The underarm panel shapes the sleeve and provides elbow fullness inconspicuously. Pair Them Make sure that when you eut your sleeves, you have one left and one right. This is best done by cutting sleeves from fabric folded so it faces itself. If you follow your cutting directions in your pat tern, your sleeves will be correct To make sure you sew a pair of sleeves (and not two left sleeves or two right sleeves) join sleeves with right sides of fabric facing, "When both sides of the fabric look alike, make sure you mark the right side of the fabric with a pin or chalk, Pin both Bleeves at the same time so you can check to be sure you have a pair before you go further. When sleeves are cut out, pin-baste them with the points of the pins facing upward. Bodices should be pinned the same way. For accuracy, slip the sleeve over the arm and see that it fits the armhole. Then place the pins at right angles to the outside edge of the fabric. Set-in Sleeve A sleeve that is smoothly set into a garment is the sign of a good dressmaker or tailor. By following a few simple steps you can become master of the set-in sleeve. First, run a row of basting stitches around the top of the sleeve from notch to notch. Gather fullness evenly around the cap of the sleeve. Place the top of the sleeve over the small end of your sleeve-board and steam-shrink out the gathers until the upper half of the sleeve curves gracefully. At the beginning, just steam the fullness without pressure until it begins to shrink into a curve. The purpose is to have no gathers and just a smooth curved cap to the sleeve. This is the most im* portant step in the whole oper. atlon, so be patient with it There's a complete chapter on Sleeves in your new IN* STANT SEWING Book, show- irig eleven different types. From cover to cover, there are more than 500 illustrations on how to do the basic construe* tion of a garment, couture hints, how to choose the de* sign best suited for your figure, in short it is a veritable! sewing bible for those who want to sew or improve their sewing.; LaVerne Lamczyk LaVerne Lamczyk has received the American Airlines "E" pin commendation award, because of her consistent day by day excellence as a stewardess. Miss Lamczyk was among a group of twenty- four other stewardesses, at her base, to receive the "E" award. Each stewardess was nominated by her immediate stewardess supervisor. Qualifications for the award are based on consistent in flight passenger service, initiative, dependability, good judgment, and other such characteristics that make a truly fine stewardess. In addition to the "E" award, r-ach stewardess received a i-mall pair of gold wings with an "E" attached suitable for a charm bracelet, accompanied by a rosette pin to be worn cn the collar of the uniform. Miss Lamczyk is based in San Francisco, Calif., the daughter of Ben Lamczyk, R. R. 1, Richview, 111. She is a graduate of Centralia, township high school and Junior College. MISS DEBBIE COMPTON Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth O. Compton are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Debbie Compton, to Robert E. Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Bruce, all of Route 7, Mt. Vernon. The bride-elect is a senior at Mt. Vernon high school. The prospective bridegroom is a senior at Rend Lake College. Wedding plans are incomplete. Sew anil Save Janet Edmison Initiated Into Phi Kappa Phi Two hundred students and four faculty members from the three University of Illinois campuses, were initiated Tuesday into Phi Kappa Phi. all university honorary, at the University of Illinois. Janet Elizabeth Edmison, 11 Hillcrest, Mt. Vernon, was among those to be initaited. Phi Kappa Phi, a national honor society, is based on outstanding scholarship in ell areas of academic study. Juniors must have a grade average of 4.75 (5 equalling an "A"), seniors, a 4.5 and graduate students may have no more than two units of "B" with no grade lower. Status Knit Note the slimming effect created by cable and lace stitch panels. New, smart look. Knit in 2 parts — yoke and sleeves in one piece, then rest of dress on circular needle. Pattern 7066: directions sizes 32-38 included. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern — add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handlingi Send to Alice Brooks Mt. Vernon Register-News, Needlecraft Dept., Box 163, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N.Y. 10011. Print Name, Address, Zip, Pattern Number. Giant, new 1969 Needlecraft Catalog — over 200 designs to choose, 3 free patterns printed inside. Send 50c now NEW! "50 INSTANT GIFTS" — fabulous fashions, toys, decorator accessories. Make it today, give it tomorrow! Ideal for all occasions. 50c "16 Jiffy Rugs" to knit, crochet, weave, sew, hook. 50c Book of 12 Prize Afghans. 50c Bargain! Quilt Book 1 has 16 beautiful patterns. 50c Museum Quilt Book 2 — patterns for 12 supberb quilts. 50c Book 3. "Quilts for Today's Living". 15 patterns. 50c

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