Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 16, 1969 · Page 7
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 7

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, January 16, 1969
Page 7
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1969 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT- VERNON, ILLINOIS (Hilliavd & Myers) MISS SHARON PAIRCHILD Mr. and Mrs. Warren Fairchild wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharon, to Larry Duane McAdoo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll McAdoo, Jr., all of this city. , The bride-elect is a 196S graduate of the Mi- Vernon township high school and is presently employed at the Salad Bowl Restaurant. The prospective bridegroom is a 1968 graduate of Mt. Vernon township high school and is presently employed by the Mt. Vernon Register-News. Wedding plans are incomplete. & * -A- '* * «• * * » f.- A *< k k * * & A k DEAR ABBY . . . Have Confidence In Your Doctor Kiwanis Installs New Officers Abigail Van Buren i lililiiliBllI 1 PRESENTS PROGRAM—Neil Rudd (right) of the Geo -Engineering Laboratory presented the program Wednesday for the Mt. Vernon Lions Club. Rudd's program dealt with the recent earthquake felt in the wea a few weeks ago. Pictured with Rudd is program director Ron Aissie. Awards were also given at the meeting-to Lions members who had won recognition during the recent membership drive. Receiving awards were: John Furby, J. D. Smith, Ogie Ellis, Ron Aissie, Wilburn Davis, Paul Fellinger and Dee Ha/ssakis Ralph. Murphy was a guest at the meeting. The works of the Westminster Abbey clock date from 1860, though the dial is 17th century, tt was designed by a man with a name Dickens would hav« loved, Thomas Buggins of Glerkenwell. Graphology Graphology is a method of analyzing character, personality and health from handwriting. There is no scientific proof that the interpretations of graphology are correct. DEAR ABBY: A year ago I started seeing a lady psychiatrist about my problems (I am a man.) I have always had a •'thing" about' doctors, and if I am going to talk about my Innermost thoughts, I would feel much more relaxed calling her •'Emily." I asked her last week if I could call her "Emily," and she said no, she wanted me to call ner "Doctor." Why? -My cousin is also a psychiatrist, and he said if a patient wanted to call him "Sandor" (his name), he wouldn't object, because the most important -h : ng is to make the patient feel comfortable. I think he is riyht and I would like your opinion. ON THE COUCH DEAR ON: You are not on your cousin's couch, so don't ask him for professional help. The reason you want to call yjur doctor "Emily" is obviously because you would like to be on a more personal basis wi.h her. She prefers to keep the relationship strictly professional , for which I don't blame her. The "most important thing" is lor you to have confidence in your own therapist, and abide by her wishes. DEAR ABBY: I met this guy about a month ago and we hit it off right from the start. He's good looking, very successful in his business, and he is great company. I flipped for him. So whnt's my problem? Fe smells like my ex-' husband, and this turns me off. I haven't got the nerve to tell him to use some other kind of cologne or after- shave, but ?o help me, Ahby when he gets cjose to me, the smell of him brings back so many memories, both happy and painful, that I am turned off! Am I crazy? And how can this problem be solved? TURNED OFF DEAR TURNED OFF: You a not crazy,; and your problem can be easily solved. Buy the gentleman another brand of cologne and after- shave and ask him to wear it just for you. If he's as great as you say no is, you won't mind paying ihru the nose. DEAR ABBY: May I suggest how "HURT AGAIN" may help her forgetful husband to "remember " her birthday, anniversary, and other occasions. Fut little notes around where he will be sure to see them. "Only -10 more shopping days until my birthday," or "only 5 more shopping clays until our anniversary." T also have a wonderful husband who has a lot on his mind tnci "forgets" occasions about I am sentimental, but I have used this little trick — and it works. NEVER HURT DEAR ABBY: I have just two -.voids to say to thses switchboard operators who complain aoou the wives calling their husbands at work to talk about nothing: "SHUT UP!" It is i .one of their business. Besides, what are they doing listening in on personal calls, anyway? MRS. M.F. McC. Everybody lias a problem. What's yours? For a personal reply write to Abby. Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069 and en- cio.-e a stamped, self- addressed envelope. For Abby's Booklet, "How To Have A Lovely Wedding, " Send SI .00 To Abby, Box 69700, Los Aiigeles, Cal., 90069. milliard Sr. M\. : > At special installation ceremonies held at the meeting of the Mt. Vernon Kiwanis club i;u;l Thursday, Harry Anderson, their retiring 19G8 i resident, fifth from the left, hands over the gavel w. Dr. William Zinzilieta, who is the new 1969 President of the Mt. Vernon Kiwanis club. Other new incoming' officers in the picture are, from lelt J. C. Brown, board member Bob Pitchford, vice-president; )r. Zinzilieta; Gerald Brown, '.enton, III.. Kiwanis Division 15 Lt. Governor; Mr. Anderson; John Lipps. president elect; Don DeMent. board membei a n d Royal Story, board nv n,iu Gene Crawford, tror.siiivi-. w not present for the picture. WAYNE CITY Church and Sunday school was well attended and also church Sunday night was well attended at Olive Branch. Mr. and Airs. Clyde Karcher of McLeansboro visited with his mother Mrs. Fritz Karcher Sunday evening. Mrs. Ethel Taylor has returned to her home Sunday evening after visiting her daughter. Mrs. Clyde Karcher and family and is some better. Mrs. Leona Thomason and children Rickey and Donna of Fairfield visited her mother Mrs. Gladys Thomason Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Paul James, Mrs. Pansy Heitzman of St. Louis, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell J Draper and daughter Phylis of Effingham and Mr. Paul Siedel spent Sunday with Mrs. Jessie Draper. •> Mrs. Donna Buchanan- and daughter Cinda visited- at the home of her grandmother Mrs. Iris Heifner Friday. . Mrs. Hazel Buchanan, Mrs. Eva Pickett and family of Mt. Vernon spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Trotter, Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Trotter and family called in the afternoon. Mrs. Dorolhy James, Mrs. Grace Hawthorne, Mrs. Clyde Hall and daughter Judith Ann, Miss Phylis Thomas and, Mrs. Gladys Thomason attended the mid-night gospel sing at 'he Mt. Vernbh High School Friday night. Grace Shorb and Ruth Cable of near Fairfield called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Templeman Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Woolever are the parents of a new baby daughter born at the Hamilton Memorial Hospital Friday, Jan. 10th and has been named Loreta Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Scott has bought the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fraizer and moved last week. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Buchanan, Mrs. Mildred Lathrop and Mr. and Mrs. Arkell Mossburger of Clay City visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sheleton Sunday evening. Mrs. Gladys Thomason, Cor. mode o'day Old Fashioned learance DRESSES Values To $10.99 LOVABLE Podded Bra Reg. $2.00 2 - $ 3 49 SLIPPERS 20% OFF SWEATERS $K00 Values To $10.00 WEEK-END SPECIA AT SUMMERS DODGE 1967 DODGE DART 2 »r. HT, Z-$ 1 TM.. Ant... g 1 niatic, AH Vinyl Interior, Uudio. Still Has A l.ol Of Wiirrantv Left— REAL NICE $1795 1966 DODGE CORONET 500 2 or m. 1*.,*,« Scats, Console. 383. 4 Bbl., S3fl H.P., Dual Ex- liaust, Kadio— A HOT ONE $1695 MRS.. DRLORRS RENDER is shown above, left, with Victor Duntiere, New York producer with the j Jerome H. Cargill Producing Company as she prejrireb' to practice for the "Red Stocking Follies" to be presented at the Mt. Vernon high school auditorium on Thursday, .January' 2:1 and Saturda.s, January 2f>. Mrs. Render, - the former Deloris Dollens. is a well known and talented local personality who willingly and graciously is 'donating many hours to this worthwhile cause. The proceeds from the "Follies" will help purchase coronary care equipment for the Oood Samaritan Hospital. AN EXTRA SPECIAL DEAL 1 (2) 1964 P0NTIAC LEMANS 2 n,,,,, n r | liotli Have Bucket Seats, Console. I'.1>1.,<£ Automatic, Power Steering, Radio, Kcar£ Speakers, One Has Factory Tar, Reverbiator,^ Power Brakes, Power Antenna, The Other llasl Tilt Steering. > YOUR CHOICE $1095 : 1963 PLYMOUTH 4 Dr., Biff Slant (5 Cyl.. Stamlanl Transmission, Power Steering, Kadio Willi llv.xr Speaker. A MONEY SAVER FOR $495 Summers Dodge, 72th i and Woltonville Rd. Mt. Vernon, 111. 242-2173 First Time Offer! SL.S PjS 2 $000 For ^ All Reg. $1.99 LOVABLE GIRDLE Reg. $4.00 $ 3 39 Ea. HOSIERY 3 >r. $ | 00 UNIFORMS 15% OFF HOURS: 9:30 Til 6:00 PM. 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