Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 23, 1969 · Page 5
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 5

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, January 23, 1969
Page 5
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r THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1069 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON* ILLINOIS 5—A Preparing For "Red Stocking Follies" ^^^^^^ Mt. Vernon Township High School Auditorium stag'? was the place and mass confusion seems to reign. However, the scene shown above took many hours of practice and determination as the cast appears for the finale of the "RED STOCKING FOLLIES." -O- -O- -O- -0-0-0 MRS. JOHN O. LIPPS sings "Take Back Your Mink" at lied Stocking Follies. Here the Scrubwomen comedy team performs as they practice the routine which proves to be quite hilarious and entertaining. Others pictured with Mrs.Lipps are from left: Carolyn Whitlock Barbara Hughes, Delphine Sapper, Gay Stamper, Chris Stables and Pat Long. -O- -0- -O -O- -0- l-O- Beginning Spring Semester REND LAKE COLLEGE TO OFFER VARIETY OF EVENING COURSES WOMEN'S CHORUS "KICK-LINE" KEEPS STEP FOR RED STOCKING FOLLIES—These high-kicking chorus girls, all local talent, have dedicated many free hours to this worthy cause. They are under the direction of Mr. Victor Duntiere, affiliate of the Cargill Producing Company of New York.. WHOLEHEARTED CONFUSION REIGNS as the men's "kick line" practices for the "Red Stocking Follies" to be presented at the Mt. Vernon Township High School Thursday, January 33rd and Saturday, January 25th at 8:00 pan. Tickets for $2.50 can be obtained at the door, Livingston Pharmacy* Delo Photo Craft or any Good Samaritan Hospital Auxiliary Member. By Appellate Court Franklin County Court Conviction Reversed The Fifth District Appellate Court in Mt. Vernon has reversed a 1967 Franklin County circuit court conviction of a Flo^ rida man on a charge of theft of property in excess of $150 and the case remanded for a new trial. -o- -e- -o- Eugene Luther Hazen , 42, Jacksonville, Fla., was convicted in October o 1967 by a circuit court jury of switching a fake diamond for r\ real one. He was paid $2,000 by an area man for the r.tqne. A prosecutor's instruction to -o- -o- -o- the jury regrading j>roof of allegations, which was objected to be the defendant and cited in his appeal, was deemed cause for reversal by Appe Hate Court Justices Joseph H. Goldenhersh and George J. Moran. The, instruction by the prose- Sale! SAVE UP TO y 3 OR MORE DURING OUR SHOE CLEARANCE Save On Huge Selections From Our Stock Of These Famous $12.95 To $29.95 Styles. Step Into A Quality Shoe Now At A Bargain Price. FLORSHEIM $ T6 80 $ 19 80 $ 22 80 JARMAN *fr 80 $ 1F° $ 13 80 cutor said, "It is not necessary that the jury believe every incriminating fact or cir'cuin­ stance has been proved beyond a resonable doubt, but it is suf ficient if the jury believes from the. evidence that every material allegation in the indictment has been proved beyond a reasonable doubt. " The Appellate Court held that "The error is not in the instruc tion itself, but the failure to give a second or additional instruction stating what the material allegations were." Stonewall Jackson, Confederate general of the Civil War, died as a result of wounds from his- own side's gunfire. NEWS BRIEF HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Cc*median Red Skelton was rehearsing a skit with a 550-pound performing lion when the 'animal's chain snapped Tuesday.' "The trainer was yelling, 'Don't move! Don't move!' but no one heard him," said Red. "Everyone was trying to find a safe place to exit." The lion bumped Skelton aside in a charge across the stage—to the backstage area, where he curled up quietly. The skit—for the Red Skelton show on CBS Television—was rewritten quickly. Skelton engaged in a prize fight: with a man in a gorilla suit. Rend Lake College will offer a variety of evening courses throughout tlio Rend Lake Col- ; lege District during the coming Spring Semester. Several of these courses will i be offered for college credit! while others will provide an | oppportunity for self- improve- 1 ment. | Southern Illinoisans will pro- j bably find the course, "Historic' and Scenic Southern Illinois," interesting. The course will be presented by different guest lectures each week and will consist I of topics such as "Early Settlements along the Ohio and Mis- sippi," and "Pioneer Society." Individuals who wish to enroll for one or more of these courses may do so at the Registrar's Office, located at 315 south 7th street in Mt. Vernon. A $10 registration fee, payable at the time of enrollment, will; be charged. Students who plan to enroll in courses offered at Bonnie, Benton or McLcansboro, may enroll at the Registrar's office or as follows: Bonnie, Feb. 6, 6:30 to 9 p.m.; Benton, Feb. 3, 6:30 to 9 p.m.; MeLeansboro,. Feb. 3, 6:30 to 9 p.m.; or Rend Lake College during the first class meeting. Courses offered at the Rend Lake College campus and the times they will meet include: Historic and Scenic Southern Illinois, Monday's from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Feb. 3 through April 21; Income Tax, Tuesday's and Thursday from 7 to 10 p.m. beginning Jan. 14 and ending April 10; Pharmacology I, Wednesday's from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. beginning Feb. 5 and ending May 28; Pharmacology 11 .Wednesday's from 7 to 9 p.m. beginning Feb. 5 and ending May 28; Private Pilot Ground School, Monday's from 7 to 10 ' p.m. beginning Feb. 3 and ending May 26; Instrument Rating Course, Monday's from 7 to 10 p.m. beginning Feb 3 and ending May 26; Data Processing Fundamentals, Tuesday's from 7 to 10 p.m. beginning Feb. 4 and ending May 27; Stocks, Bonds and Investments, Tuesday's from 7 to 9 p.m. beginning Feb 4 and ending April 15; Safety Education Civil Defense and Disaster Preparedness, Monday's from 7 to 9 pjn. beginning Feb 3 and ending- April 14; and Botany, Monday's and Thursday's from 7 to 9:30 p.m. beginning Feb 3 and ending May 29. Four courses will be offered at the Bonnie campus including Commodity Futures T r a ding, Thursday's from 7 to 9 p.m. The course began Jan. 16 and will end March 20. Blueprint reading will be offered from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday beginning Feb. 6 and ending April 17. Imtroduction to Gasoline Engines and Gasoline Engines As- alysis will be held from 7 to -o- -o- -o- i 9 p.m. on Thursday's beginning Feb. 6 and ending April 17. i Courses offered at the Benton' High School ii-elude: Intermediate Typing, Monday's from 6:30 ( to 9:15 p.m .beginning Feb. 3 j and ending May 29; Clothing I construction, Tuesday's from 7 to 9 p.m. beginning Feb. 4 and ending April 29; and Mathema-, tics, Monday's from 6 to 9 p.m. 1 beginning Feb. 3 and ending May 26. i The six courses offered at the MeLeansboro High School are I n t er mediate M a t hmetics, , Tuesday's and Thursdays from, 7 to 8:30 p.m. beginning Feb. I 4 and ending May 27; Beginning! Typing , Monday's from 6:30 i to 9:30 beginning Feb. 3 and; ending May 26; I ntermediate . Clothing Construction, T hurs- i day's from 7 to 9 p.m. begin-! ning Feb. 6 and ending Mayj 1; Principles of Effective Speaking, Tuesday's from 7 to 10 p.m. beginning Feb. 4 and end-" ing May 27; English, Rhetoric ,and Composition, Monday's -o- -o- -o- from 7 to 10 p.m. beginning Feb. 3 and ending May 26; and Art Appreciation, Thursd a y's from 7 to 9 p.m. beginning Feb. 6 and ending May 29. Land Donated For State Park SPRINGFIELD, 111. (API — Some 4,000 acres of land and water, located about 20 miles southeast of Springfield, have have been donated to the State of Illinois for use as a state park, William Rutherford, director of conservation, said Wednesday. Rutherford said the land was donated by Commonwealth Edison Co. He said the 1,250 acres of land and the 2,600 acre man-made lake are located adjacent to a Commonwealth Edison plant on Illinois 104 near Pawnee. WEEKEND SPECIAL FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JAN. 24—25 """"•V^'.r, WE HAVE MILK AVAILABLE IN PLASTIC CARTONS Farm Fresh CHOCOLATE MILK G " Borden's — Assorted Flavors ICE CREAM JIM KAUFMAN 39* Ga 69* DAIRY STORES 110 No, 3rd — 1702 So. 10th Open Open 12:00-6:00 P.M. 11:00-6:00 P.M. Mh Vernon, III. ALL WEATHER COATS Save on our entire stock of quality weather proven styles. ' Reduced 20% or More Suit Sayings SAVE 20% and More ON WINTER JACKETS Entire Stock Sale Priced For Great Style & Size Selections Come Save On Your Favorite Suits. One and two button fashion models by, HS&M or Tempo, three button traditionals by Cricketeer, choice of entire stock. YOJ start 1969 in style in one of these savings, regularly $6995 to $12500 HART SCHAFPNER & MARX $9800 TEMPO—CRICKETEER $7400 SPORT COATS REDUCED CRICKETEER COATS ••••... $39.00 OUR OWN LABEL Many of these Suits and Sport Coats return to regular price on Monday — Last few days to save on such a wide selection! $46.00 $38.00 120 So. 9th St. SWEATERS, T-NECKS, FASHION KNIT SHIRTS SPECIAL CLEARANCE UP TO '/ 3 SAVE AND MORE ON YOUR FAVORITE STYLES AND BRANDS Now Earn HOW CAN I RECEIVE 5 /2%? Estate Builder Certificates are issued for 3 months, with our GUARANTEE you may have your certificate renewed, automatically, for 15 successive quarters (4 years) and receive quarterly compound interest. If you elect to leave the money on deposit the full 4 years you will earn a GUARANTEED annual average rate of 5V2%. Come on over to the 5%% "more for your money Bank." WHAT IF I WANT MY MONEY BEFORE FOUR YEARS? No problem! You may withdraw all or part of your deposit at any time, during a ten day period, at the end of every 3 months-. If you have a short-term need for all or part of your money, a prime rate loan is automatically available. HOW MUCH OR HOW LITTLE CAN I INVEST? Estate Builder Certificates are available in any amount from $1,000. to $100,000. Each Certificate owner is insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation; under certain conditions a family may have F.D.I.C. coverage in excess of the basic $15,000.00. Average Annual Rate GUARANTEED With Quarterly Compound Interest BANK OF ILLINOIS Broadway At Eleventh Mt. Vernon, Illinois • B*ohcUfHMHorliwar*dta«ir;/X>0 FDId RMtAl WOHI tWUIANCI COtrotAltON Wmtk fcyllw fa— ttf U MBCOP feu t.

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