Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 9, 1969 · Page 16
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Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, January 9, 1969
Page 16
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THE REGTSTER-NEWS MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1969 * EWING ! WAYNE CITY • .. --- j Church and Sunday school . Sunday dinner guests of Mr. I *f« «*» attended Sunday *t and Mrs. Collar Pago were Mrs.! 0hve B ™neh . Bro. Alfred Haile Inez Fowler. In the afternoon j pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hamlin* they visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cote and Mrs. Mary Butler of Catbondale. > Mrs... Inez Fowler visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kondritz and family of,, Benton recently. Mr; and Mrs. Earl Tucker and Mrs. Sophia Plasters visited Mr. Herman Gibbs who is a patient at. Hamilton Memorial Hospital in McLeansboro recently. J*vt. and Mrs. Gordon D. Cole and,Mrs. Flora Allen wave guests of Mr. and, Mrs. Robert Dopp, David, Barbara and Debbie Tuesday night. tree r.nd family of Peoria visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rich over the weekend and Mrs. Hamiin- tree attended church' at Olive Branch Sunday morning. Mrs. Hazel Smith visited at the home of Mrs. Gertie Witter Sunday evening. A very large crowd attended the funeral of Mr. Ogie Rutherford at the Richardson funeral home Sunday evening burial was made in the Thomason cemetery. Mrs. Leeta Draper has retur- . Congratulations to Mr. and ned home from Fairfield after Mrs. ,^olin Stark who were mar- staying with the late Mrs. Ken- ried Jan. 4, at the home of Rev. S ola. Adolph Zvvengel in Benton. Their' airs. Jessie Draper and Pau- attendants were Mr. Charles line Bruencr made a business Palmer and Mrs. Pliyllis Bloom, trip to Fairfield Friday morn- The new Mrs. Stark is the former j tl g. Geneva Bettis, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Jennie Mcllenbinc of and. Mrs. Walter Bettis of Ben-[near McLeansboro and Mrs. ton. John is the son of Mr. and! Gladys Thomason attended the LONG ROW across the Atlantic Ocean is planned by John Fairfax of Argentina. Fairfax, 31, is seen here in Eng. land trying out his 22 -foot self-righting rowboat, Britannia, as its designer, Uffa Fox, stands in another boat (background, man in center). Mrs. Seabern Holman of Ewing. The newlyweds will reside in Benton. Mrs. Jo Ann Settles of La Grange and her mother Mrs funeral of Mr. Ogie Rutherford at the Richardson funeral home, also visited at the home of Clyde and Iteline Meadows and Lacretia Jones who is staying Loretta Clayton visited Mrs. j at 1hc Mcwlows home in Wayne Pearl Porter and Don Monday! Ci,v night. Mr. Robert Kern of Mount Vernon was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clayton Monday everting. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fields and Pauia Dawn shopped in Mount Vernon; Tuesday morning. We extend our sympathy to the family of Jim Murphy. • New -Years Day dinner guests of Mrs. Pearl Porter and Donald were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dopp, David, Barbara and Debbie of Mount Vernon, Pvt. and Mrs. Gordon D. Cole of Tamaroa, and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Allen. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis Weeks. Pvt. Gordon Cole returned to Fort Polk, La. Friday after spending a two week leave with his wife Judy and other relatives and friends in the' area. Mrs. Flossie Comstock and son Rock and Mrs. Judy Cole of Tamaroa visited Mr. and Mrs. Willard Allen Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Roberson •visited Mr. and Mrs. CoJvar Page Saturday night. Master Marty Manis visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marshall Friday and Friday night. Beth Ann Baily spent New Years Eve with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Holman. Mrs. Joyce Gilbert and children of Mount Vernon visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Holman Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Durham of Saint Lotrfs, Missouri spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bay Hines. Mrs. Gene Taylor of Bonnie visited recently with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hines. Mrs. Gene Taylor of Bonnie visited recently with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hines. . Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fields shopped in Mount Vernon Friday morning, Mr. Mike Lemons and Miss Karon Whitaker of Mount Vernon visited Mr. Donald Porter and hi9 mother, Mrs. Pearl Porter Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Darr, Mrs. Linda Galloway and Randy visited Mr. and Mrs. Marion Capps of : Belle Rive Sunday. Master Daron Pearce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gale Pearce is a patient at Childrens Hospital in Saint Louis, Missomi. Mrs. Helen Hedges and Mrs. Ruby Smoot called on Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hines recently. Sunday guests of Mrs. Pearl Porter and . son Don were Mr. Mr. Bill Brown called on Mr. and Mrs.. Paul Fields Monday morning., and Mrs. John H. Lemons of There are several cases of flu and bad colds in this community. Mr. and Mrs. Bill James was visilors in Mt. Vernon Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Trotter and family and Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Trotter was in Fairfield Friday morning. Mrs. Thelma Karcher of McLeansboro visited at the home of her aunt Mrs. Gladys Thomason Saturday evening. P.V.T. Terry Rutherford who is serving in the Army in Viet- Nam was called home his father Ogie Rutherford was accidently killed by a car. Mrs. Gladys Thomason, Cor. BOYD Mount Vernon and Mr. and Mrs. James Brookman of Opdyko. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Douglas and family and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Holman and family visited Mr .and Mrs. Edgar Holman Sunday afternoon. Mr. Gale Sneed, LeRoy Hines and grandson Alan called on Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hines Monday. Ma-, and Mrs. Bill Marshall and Kevin were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wilkerson of Benton Friday night. Several from Ewing Baptist church attended the New Years Eve Watch service at Williams Chapel Missionary Baptist church. Mrs. Mollie Clark and Mrs. Helen Hedges visited Mr. and Mrs. Jaryis Weeks on New Years Day and enjoyed watching the Rose Bowl parade. Howard Marshall called on Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hines Thursday. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hines were Mr .and Mrs. Max Hines of Belle Rive, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marshall and son Daie visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marshall and son Kevin Thursday night. Miss Patti Hedges spent New Years Day With Miss Gloria Drennan. Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis Weeks attended the New Years Watch Service at Mount Zion. Mrs. Fannie Ranmar of DeSoto was the honored guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis Weeks Sunday. Others present to help celebrate her birthday were Mrs. Mollie Clark. Mrs. Helen Hedges and Patli. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marshall and Kevin visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wilkerson of Benton Saturday night. . . . Flora Allen, Cor. Deficient eyesight plays a leading role in many hunting accidents, according to the Ohio Society for the Prevention of Blindness. THE BOSS AT THE GREAT! PLYMOUTH STORE SEZ THEY GOTTA Every One's A Cream Puff, Ready To Go. SEVERAL EXECUTIVE DRIVEN PLYMOUTHS TO CHOOSE FROM 1968 FORD RANCHERO—Low Mileage 1967 MUSTANG—4-Speed, Fast Back 1967 CHEVROLET SS 1966 PLYMOUTH FURY 1966 MUSTANG — V-8 A.T. 2-Dr. Hardtop 1 96$ PLYMOUTH—4-Dr. 1965 PLYMOUTH—2-Dr. MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM &•& W Motor Co.© HOI Salem Rd. — Phone 244-1220 erald Mays made a business trip to St. Louis Thursday. Mrs. Eva Mays Outland is a patient at Good Samaritan Hospital. We wish her a speedy recovery. Congratulations 'to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Davis who were married at the Boyd Christian church Dec. 21. We wish them many years of happy married life. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sargent and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Moore and sons are vacationing in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Echols of Rockford spent the holidays with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Claude Tinsley and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Echols of Mt. Vernon. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Orley Tinsley of Dix on their Golden Wedding Anniversary Dec. 25th. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Anderson of northern Illinois visited in this community during the holidays. Callers at the Claude Tinsley home recently were Mrs. Nellie Mount of Kell, Gene Sargent, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Douthit, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Douthit and grandson Brian and Mr. ad Mrs. Fred High. ... Charlene Tinsley, Cor. NEWS BRIEF MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Antiwar demonstrators interrupted the oath-taking ceremony of Gov. Warren P. Knofles to read a slatement decryi % 4 ie draft. As Knovvles, a Republican, started to speak to a crowd of about 500 at his third inaugural ceremony,, four demonstrators emerged with clenched fists. Knowlcs waited while the four read Ihe statement. BELLE RIVE Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Darr and family of Ewing spent Sunday with her . sister Mr. and Mrs. Marion Capps. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Winkler of Mascoutah spent last week with his mother Mrs. Nina Lancaster. Mrs. A. D. "Marie" Cole received word Saturday of death of her brother ^eo Casey of Champaign, with services in that City and burial in Fairfield. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Flech- enstine spent the. holidays in Washington, D.C. with their son Mr. and Mrs. Jack Flechenstine and family. Mr. and Mrs. Solon Fulerton of Colorville spent Saturday with friends Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilkey of Alton spent, the weekend with his mother Mrs. Gertie Wilkey. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Climpr and Donna Sue Williamson and Joe Fortas of St. Louis and F.v- erette Williamson of Mt. Vernon spent, the weekend vvith Mrs. Grace Hodges and brother George. •. v Mr. and Mrs;Lawrence Schilling of Mt. Vernon spent Wednesday with his paranrs Mr. and Mrs. Al Schilling. Mrs. Homar Roojrfsoi spent Tuesday afternoon ir Mt. Ver­ non with her moth?? Mrs. Ethel Conner. ^ Mrs. Emma Stief of BellevillH spent Friday with her sistetp Mrs. J. A. Tucker and brothers Gene and Art Hampton and f anj| ilies. , f Mrs. Gearldine Eufer qf Ml£ Vernon visited Tuesday monit» ing with her mother Mrs. Stella Wilkey. • '• '? Mr. and Mrs. Jim Campbell were business visitors in ,Mt? Vernon Tuesday. % Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Brown o| Cnntralia spent Thursday afte& noon with Mr. and JVT"*. Jim Tucker. '• : Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schili^ ing of Mt. Vernon visited Wed\ nesday afternoon with his uncle Mr. and Mrs. Vem Teal. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Manning spent the holidays in St. Petersburg, Fla., with his parents Mr* and Mrs. A. J. Manning. r- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ward of Carny; spent Sunday with hiS sister Mr. and Mrs. Veen Hanison. •Mr. and Mrs. Sye Crane of Carmi spent Sunday with Mi»» and Mrs. Charles Highsmith. W. E. McAllister and sons oft Centralia visited Sunday at the Pendleton Farm. ; Mrs. Roy Boyer of Benton spent Saturday with Mrs. Delia Esmon and Mike. t . . Ruby Winn, Cor. 3 DAYS ONLY! 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