Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 24, 1969 · Page 11
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THE RBGISTBK'NBWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS I From Our Correspondents ) ^•iifrimiiifriifiiiftiiiifiiiiiiiifffiiiiifiiiriiiiiiffff)iififi«iifiiiiiifiiiiiifitiiifijfiiiifrtfifijj|j|jfiiiiiiiiiii»(iiii3iiitiiiiiitiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiii: liiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini : EW1NG Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hamilton were Mr. and Mrs. John Richard Hamilton of Herrin and Mr. Lorin Story. It was John H. Hamiltons 70th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCann visited Rev. and Mrs. Byford Camp- Bell of Ina Saturday night. Williams Chapel W.M.U. met at the home of Patty Marshall on January the 9th. Opened with prayer by Fern Holman, roll call answered by giving favorite scripture, offering taken. Those enjoying the covered dish luncheon with the ladies were Mr. Hammond Marshall, Raymond Manis and Marty, Howard and £>alo Marshall. The February meeting will be at the home of Delma Manis. Miss Dayla Manis celebrated her 11th birthday with a party Saturday night. Those attending were Richard Smith, Rodger Smith, Rusty Wanstrcct, Kevin Pool, Gary Pool, Darrel Fowler, Gary Cook, Rhea Odum, Rose Gostaski, Gene Page, Jane Page, Debra Webb, Sheryl Coffman, and Nancy Beaty. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mvs. Elwood Roberson were Mr. and Mrs. Luther Becherer, Mark and Ann of Mount Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Roberson, Brian and Britt of Benton. Rev. and Mrs. Howard Chapman visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Allen'Sunday afternoon. Rev. Chapman brought the message Sunday morning arid evening at East. Benton Baptist church, the pastor Rev, Joe Sledge was sick with the flu. Mr. Trelly Prow.ell and Sojna visited Mr. and Mrs. Falgar Pearce Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clayton visited Mr. and Mrs. Falgar Pearce Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith and Kevin at Thompsonville called on Mr. and Mrs. Gale Pearce and Daron Sunday. Mrs. Lillie Pearce entered Good Samaritan Hospital in Mount Vernon and will undergo surgery Wednesday. Mrs. Flossie Comstock, Mrs. Judy Cole and Rick Comstock of Tamaroa called on Mr. and Mrs. WiUard Allen Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCann, Pamala and Becky Jo and Lisa Gilbert were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Holman. Mrs. Wilma Taylor visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bays of Marion Friday 1 . Mrs. Ada Darr, Mrs. Linda Gallaway shopped in Benton Monday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Willis Taylor called on Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jent of Johnston City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Allen visited Mrs. Pearl Porter and Donald Thursday. Other callers at the Porter home were Mrs. Mae Browning and Mrs. Nellie Berry of Benton. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fields shopped in Mount Vemon Friday morning. Dinner guests of Mrs. Pearl Porter and Donald Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fields and daughter Miss Paula Dawn Fields. i • Sue Page of Nashville, Tennes­ see visited her old classmates at Ewing school this past week. They were all glad to see her. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fields and Paula Sunday afternoon. MIJS. Flossie Comstock and son Rick and daughter Mrs. Judy Cole visited Mrs. Pearl Porter and Donald Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fields made a business trip to Mount Vemon Monady morning. Mrs. Helen Hedges called or Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDowell Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Flora Allen visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dopp and family of Mount Ver- Inon. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. George M. Dopp of Wildrose, Wis. who werf on their way to Florida for a few weeks vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Taylor called on Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jop- ljn of West Frankfort Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williams visited Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hines Saturday night, ited Mr. and Mrs. David Hiiies Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hine« vis- and family of Jacksonville, N.C. recently. Mrs. May Marshall celebrated her 78th birthday with a dinner given in her honor at the nome of her daughter Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy Saturday the 11th of January. Others present were her husband H. B. Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marshall and Dale, Mr .and Mrs. Bill Marshall and Kevin. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marshall attended the wedding of Bill Wil- kersor. and Betty Heftier at East Benton Baptist church in Benton Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Glatz of Peoria visited Mr. and Mrs. Leo Webb and attended the funeral of Jim Murphy at New Hope Free Will Baptist church. Mrs. Dorothy Webb visited her sister Mrs. Loretta Murphy of Mount Vernon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis Weeks were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hughes Wednesday. Guy was celebrating his birthday. Mrs. Ann Weeks visited Mrs. Minnie Tucker recently. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert GOss and family visited over die weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rice of Mulkeytown. Several from Ewing church attended the book study at East Benton Baptist church last week. Mrs. Mollie Clerk, Helerr Hedges and Patti shopped in Mount Vemon Saturday. Archie Alexander, Sr. is home after spending a few days in the Christopher hospital. Miss Patti Hedges visited Miss Gloria Drennan Sunday. Mrs. Helen Hedges called on Mrs. Agnes Wilkerson Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Fern Holman visited with her daughter Mrs. Mary McCann Friday and in the afternoon they shopped in Bentdn. j Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Manis and Marty made a business trip co Anna recently. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fowler were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Manis and family Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Page and family of Benton were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Colvar Page recently. Mrs. Lola Page made a business trip to Mt. Vernon Monday, also visited Mrs. Lillie Pearce who is a patient at Good Samaritan Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. James McDnffy, Mrs. Leona Apgar visited Rev. and Mrs. Michael McDuffy a/.d family of Strausburg recently Mr. and Mrs. S.. L. Main's visited Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Manis Saturday. Mrs. Jean Marshall and Kevin and Mrs. Patty Marshall visited Mrs. Lena Page of Benton Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marshall and Kevin. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marshall visited Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Price oi W e 31 Frankfort Friday night. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Manis and family were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fowler, Terry Clark, Judy JVlai- vel and son Chucky. Mrs. Dorris Douglas celebrated her bitrhday Sunday. Those present were her husband Gilbert, Steven -and Susan. JVlr. and Mrs. Edgar Holman. Mc-. and Mrs. Tony Baily and Bath Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Garl McCann, Pamela and Becky Jo. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Taylor visited Mr. and Mrs. Arron Bryant and Karen of Belleville recently. Mark Manis visited Ricky Sink P'riday night and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Allen visited Mrs. Elsie Morgan and son of Marion Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood -Roberson, Mr. and Mrs. Colvar Page, Mrs. Inez Fowler shopped in DIX WAYNE CITY A large crowd attended the funeral of Charlie E. Solomon Tuesday at the Richardson Funeral Home. Burial was made in the Thomason cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McNew and daughter Glenda of Sims visited her mother Mrs. Gladys Thoma- Boyd Home Makers extension unit met at tbe home ol Wilhele- mine Beal January Oth at 7:30 son Monday morning p.m. with 13 members present. Mrs. Jerry Buchanan and Tine major lesson "Landscap- daughter Cinda visited with her ing" was given by Helen ?.;ooney grandmother Mrs. Iris Heifner —the minor lesson Cooking lor Tuesday evening, two" was given by Vera Fouteh. yfe. Dorothy James visited at The next meeting will be held ; tne rK)me of Mr8 . Gladys Thoma- February 13 at 7:30 p.m. with! Tuesday morning. . Norma Jean Barr. Refreshments' Marpjage Ucenge was JssuefJ to were served by the hostess assisted by the co-hostess Mario Hawkins. Roll Call was answered by giving a New Years resolution. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor and family of Coon Rapids, Min Vonal Lee Anderson of Wayne City and Beverly Ann Finley of Johnsonville. Ernie Richardson the Wayne City funeral home operator has been named Wayne County Cor- nesota have returned to their I oner, home visiting here with his par -j Leonard Rice of Davenport, ents Mr. and Mrs. Riley Taylor. j Iowa ts the new grain buyer at A birthday dinner was served j the Pillsbury Plant in Wayne at the home of Mr. and Mrs.' City. He is married and lias four Donald Micks in honor of Mrs. 1 children. Mick. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thoma- Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Mea-_; son and sons Larry and Eddie dows and daughter, Carolyn | an( j Mrs. Robert Sanders and Wilfon and Jim McKee of Mt.; daughters of Peoria visited at the Vernon, Mr and Mrs. Arthur j home o( hls m0uier Mrs GIadys Beckham and _ family Mrs Jean ThomQ bi caUed , the account of the death of her father Mr. Charles Solomon. Mrs. Mabel Shelcton visited at Tate and family all of Dix, Mary Glover of Mt. Vernon. Mr. and ] Mi's. Allan Vanhorn and Harry,' Meadows of St. Louis and Miss Linda McCormick of Goleonda. '•• 111. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goddard were visiting Sunday in Harrisburg. Gary Goddard has relumed to 1 his home after spending some 1 time in Houston. Texas. Lt. Gary W. Pat ton and family have left for an extended tour of service near Munich. Germany, after spending some time here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Dick Patton. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goddard attended a birthday supper in Mt. Vernon in honor of their son Benny Goddard. They also vis- Manon one afternoon recently, i ited in Salem with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and. Mrs. Holl Apgar of I Dw jS ht "?P k ] ns SEE JAMISON FIRST Easy Care 3>Bedroom Scenic Location tiiiiiiiiiiiiii<iisiiitiiiis!i!!iiiiiiiiitiitiiiiiiiiittf iiiiirriiiitiiiiiiitiitimtf iiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiitiiiiiiin FOR OTHER HOMES OF/DISTINCTION Coll 242.0372 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin NEEDED - More Listings Of Homes In All Price Brackets. . . • • •:• Blltlfllltlltlltlllllllllllllf ••tflllllllflltlflltlllllllllllffllllf IfllllfltlltlllMllf IttllflMlllllHlIltftttflfflltlltfftttl REAL ESTATE / SALESMEN - Bob Shaw - Mike Davidson Dahlgren and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Badgett and family of Ml. Vernon visited Mrs. Leona Apgar recently. Mr. and Mrs. Arron Bryant and Karen of Belleville spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Willis Taylor. Mrs. Inez Fowler called on Mrs. r>elms Manis Tuesday morning. WiUard Allen and Donald Porter made a business trip to Benton and MeLeansboro Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Pearl Porter and-Mrs. Flora Allen shopped in Mt. Vernon and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Lou Beckham Tuesday afternoon. • • Mrs. Mollie Clark visited Mrs. May Marshall recently. Several from Ewing attended a products party at the home of Mary Ellen Marogni of Benton Saturday afternoon. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hammond Marshall on Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marshal and Mrs. Jean Mai- shall and son 'Kevin. Mr. and Mrs. James Brookman of Opdyke visited Mrsi Pearl Porter and Donald Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fields and daughter Miss Paula Dawn Fields made a business trip to Mt. Vernon Saturday morning. Bill Brown and son called on Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fields Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Pearce and Daron made 4 business trip to St. Louis Monday. Mr. and Mrs, Roy Mines were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis Weens visited Mrs. Sadie Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Arrpn Drennan of Ina Sunday. Mrs. Helen Hedges and Mrs. Connette Swift called on Mrs. Jennie Payne Sunday afternoon. Rev. and Mrs. James Smoot visited Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Smoot of Hopkins vilie, K>n tucky recently. , Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marshall and Kevin visited Mr. and MI\I. Melvin Wilkerson of Benton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marshall visited Mr. and Mrs. GalcJ Pearce and Daron Sunday afternoon. Mr-, and Mrs. Clyde Darr, Mrs. Linda Galloway and Randy visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hei! of MeLeansboro Sunday night. Mrs. Gertie Simmons of Marion is visiting in the home of Rev. and Mrs. James Smoot. Mr. and Mrs. James Brookman of Opdyke visited with Mrs. Pearl Porter and son Don aid Sunday night. Thomas Farmer, Arvil ridge and Doug Reams of Ina visited Donald Porter Saturday . . . Flora Allen, Cor Mrs. Ella Alvis is confined to her home after a fall on the ice and breaking her arm. Mrs. Bud Bavr was shopping in Centralia Wednesday. the home of Mrs. Iris Heifner who is on the sick list Tuesday evening. Kenneth Draper still remains in a serious condition at the Fairfield Memorial hospital. Mrs. Alfred Richards and Mrs. Wanda McCormick and Mrs, Nora Pingry were admitted to the Fairfield Memorial hospital last week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomason were in Louisville, Ky. last Thursday at the spring showing of merchandise. They operate the Dime Store in Wayne City. Mrs. Gladys Thomason, Cor. KILL OPDYKE Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Poole and children of Joliet. spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Poole. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fitzgerald attended church at the Second Baptist church in Mt. Vemon Sunday. Mr .and .Mrs. Johnnie! : Meadows visited in Macedonia Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Samniie Bumette attended the Revival at the Baptist church last week in Belle Rive. Mr .and Mrs. Jim Stinson and children spent Sunday with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hottensen. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fitzgerald visited last Friday in Car- 1 Gene McDaniel Mr*. Eloise McDaniel visited; Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Dal Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Koons of Wisconsin vacationed in Fla. this i past wee. They stopped off and j visited with his aunt and uncle j Mr. and Mrs. Rob Simmons on' their way home. They were also going to visit in Champaign with I his mother Mrs. Bessie Koons. Mr. and Mrs. Don McDaniel i and Diana visited a week ago in ' Ohiey with the Gene McDaniel family. Mi\ and Mrs. Gary McDaniel were supper guests Friday even ing with Mrs. Eloise McDaniel. Gene McDaniel spent Tuesday night with his mother Mrs. Eloise McDaniel, He was working in this neighborhood. Mrs. Eloise McDaniel, Mrs. Vickie Brumley and Mr. Gary McDaniel and Lorna visited Sunday in Olney with Mr. and Mrs. STATE OF ILLINOIS ) COUNTY OF JEFFERSON ) SS. CITY OF MT. VERNON ) mi and Benton, 111. Mrs. Beulah Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bechtel of Belle Rive visited Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Campbell of Mt. Vemon. While skating on the ice Sunday, Mike Sandy fell and broke his collar bone. Children be careful while skating on the ice this could happen to you. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Alva Foster made a trip to Decatur, 111. to see thei rdaughter who is in the hospital. Their little granddaughter Ella Whitney came back for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Burnette, Mr. and Mrs. Don McDaniel and Diana visited Sunday in Mt. Vemon with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lisenby and Mrs. Ruth Walters and Mr. Wayne McDaniel and Connie. Visitors with Mrs. Flossie Kell Monday were Mrs. Eloise McDaniel and Mrs. Myrtle Webb. Mrs. Vic Vance and Mrs. Flossie Kell visited Tuesday in Mt. Vernon with Mrs. Kells sister. (-Mrs. Irene Goddard. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Blankenship and Mr. and Mra. Larry Blankenship have gone to Racine. Wis. to attend the funeral of David Hughes. He was killed in Cheryl and Shelley visited Sat- j a plane accident in Texas where urday night with Mr. and Mrs.! he'was a flight instructor. David Raymond Loran'ce and children. ' w a $ 2S years old and was the Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Acuff vis-; son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey ited Wednesday evening with 1 Hughes. They lived in the Kell Mrs. Beulah Campbell. neighborhood when David was in Mrs. Doris Hayes and .daugiv \ 8 r ade school on the farm West ter Cindy spent Tuesday with j ai Rou t e 37 which was owned by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Will-! Joe Hale. David's family has our iam Hess. - sympathy. He was their only Elmer Thomas of Dahlgren vis- j united Monday evening with his sis-' ter Effie Holland. . . . . Effie Holland. Cor. j . . . Eloise McDaniel, Cor. WOODLAWN BLUFORD i Mrs. Nadine Blankenship Ad! ams of Mt. Vemon visited Sun- Mrs, Clarence King, a former j day with Mrs. Francis Clark and resident, underwent major surg- • family. ery in St. Mary's Hospital in De- i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown catur, 111. Tuesday, and I am j and children were Sunday din- sure she would enjoy hearing ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril from friends and relatives in the!Barton in Waltonville. ROOFING SIDING INSULATION FREE ESTIMATES .' Alomlanra storm Windows, Doors and Awnings. NEAL BROS ROOFING CO. • 42rBroadway OUt S420SOS area. Mi*, and Mrs, L. R. Huffmon of Fairfield visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Bell. Rev. and Mrs. O. B. Silvey visited in St. Louis Tuesday with his brother, who recently suffered a heart attack. Mrs. Ed Bunn lias returned to her home near Washington, D.C. after spending the week with her Aid-'; parents Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Osborn, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Romoser and Mrs. Oscar Kirk and daughter of West Union spent Wednesday with Mr. Romoser's 1 sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Colwell. Rev. and Mrs. Loy Shaw spent Sunday in Harrisburg with ' her mother who is ill. Joe Tucker is a patient in Westly Memorial Hospital in Chi- coga where he underwent surgery Tuesday. ' Dale Colwell has returned home after graduating from Greenville College.. He will be teaching in (Casey Jr. High School in Mt. Vernon. :. \, . . . . Mrs. John Kovach, Cor. Bobby Earl Champ of Opdyke spent Sunday with his grandmother, Mrs. Faye Poorman. j Mr. and Mrs. Dick Elliston and son Benny • were Sunday dinneri guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Elliston of RFD 3, Mt. Vemon. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Riley of St. Louis spent the weekend with ; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle j Endtcott. Mrs. Clarence Coats and Mrs. \ William Chapman spent Monday! visiting in Carbondale and Benton. Mrs. Lola Bathen is spending' a few weeks in Chicago with Mr. j and Mrs. Oscar Dycus and while j there will undergo surgery in a! local hospital. Mr. Joseph Wood is visiting in Mt Vemon with Mrs. Aaron i Peay and family. Mrs. Stephen Riley and son Monty of Memphis, Tennessee is spending two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Irene Knox. Mrs. Mary Jaco spent the weekend in Belleville with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Helnzl and daughter. . . . Mrs. JACO, Cor. NOTICE OF SPECIAL REFERENDUM ELECTION UPON THE QUESTION OF ANNEXATION OF CERTAIN TERRITORY TO THE CITY OF MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS Public notice is hereby given that on January 15, 1969 there was filed in the office of the City Clerk of the city of Mt. Vemon a Petition presented to the corporate authorities signed by electors of the City equal in number to 10% of the entire vote cast for all candidates for Mayor of the City at the last preceding general election, requesting that the question of annexation of the territory described rherein and more fully hereinafter described be submitted to the electors of the City of Mt. Vernon; notice is further given that by Resolution of the City Council of the City of Mt. Vernon dated January 70, 1969 the corporate authorities ordered that a special election be held upon the question of annexation on Tuesday, February 25, 1969; that there will be submitted to, the electors of the City at such special election the following question: Shall territory be annexed to the corporate limits of the City of Mt Vernon, which territory is more fully described as follows: Pfqlnnlnj st thr Northwest eornfr of th« Northeast Qu»r»tr Southeast Quarter, Section 79, Townshie J South. Ranoe 3 Dsjt, Third Prlnclosl Meridian) thenc* East along the Norlh line ot said N6'i SEH, Section r> to the Northeast cornar tharaot) thence South along the East line of said NE "4 5E"«, Section » to a point lylno M0' perpendicular distance Northerly ot the North righl-ot-way lint ot th» Old Fairfield Road (Old Slate Route IS), thence Northeasterly parallel with and 300' pcrpandleular distance Northerly of the said North right-of-way tin* of the Old Fairfield Road to a point on the North line of the South Half of the NW'A SWVi of Section 28, T?S. R3E, 3rd P.M.; thence East along said North Una of the said South Half of the NW"< SW"<. Section 28 to the Intersection of said line with the Westerly right-of-way line of »he Old Fairfield Road; thence Northeasterly along said right-of-way line to a point lying due West of the Southwest corner of Lot I of H. O. Warren's Annex to Oak Grove Subdivision; thence East along the South line of said Lot 1 to the Southeast comer thereofj thence Northwesterly along Ihe Easterly line of 9*id Lot 1 to the corners of Lots 1, 5 i 4 of said H. D. warren's Annex to Oak Grove; thence Northeasterly along the East lines of Lots 1 & 3 to the Easterly corner of Lot 3; thenc* Southeasterly along the East line of Lot 4 to the Easterly corner thereof; thence with a straight line to fhe Westerly cornar of triangular Lot 1? of Sam Casey's Oak Grove Subdivision; thence Northeasterly along the North line of Lots 12 & 13 of 3ald Sam Casey's Oak Grove Subdivision to the Norlherly cornar of said Lot 13; tneneo Southeasterly along the line of said Lot 13 to the Easterly corner thereof; thence Southwesterly to the North line of Airport Road at now existing; thence East along the North line of Airport Road to the Southeast corner of Lot 7t ot Casey's Oak Grove Subdivision; thence North along the West line of Lot 75 of said Casey's Oak Grove Subdivision to the Northwest corner thereof: thence East along the North line of Lots 73 and 74 to the West line of Llebengood Street; thence North along the West line of Llebengood to the Soulheast corner of Lot 6 of Virgil T. Bailey's Subdivision of Lot 65 of Sam Casey's Oak Grove Subdivision; thence Southwesterly aiong Ihe Sourh line of said Lot t to the Southwest corner thereof; ttwiee Northwesterly *iong the West line of Lots 6, $ and 4 of said Virgil T. Bailey's Subdivision of Lot «a to the Northwest corner of Lot 4; thence Northeasterly along the Norlh line of said Lot 4 to the Northeast comtr thereof; thence Southerly along fhe west line of Llebengood St. to a point on the North line of Lots 7, 6 of Llebengood Heights extended) thence Northeasterly along the extension of and the North lines of Lots 7 and i of Llebengood Heights to the Northeast corner of said Lot 6; thenc* South along the East line of said Lot 4 of Liebengopd Heights to the Southeast corner thereof; continuing thence Southerly to a point on the North line of Lot 8) thence East along the North Urn of Lot 8 to the Northeast corner thereof; thence South along the East lines of Lots 8, 9, 10 and lltoa point lying directly West of the Southwest corner of Lot 16, Royal Place Addition; thence East to the Southwest corner of Lot 16 of Royal Place; thence North along Ihe West side of Lots 16 and IS of Royal Place to the Northwest corner of said Lot 15; thence East along the North line of said Lot 15 lo the Northaast corner thereof; thence North along the East linos of Lois 14, 13 and 12 of said Royal Place to the Southeast corner of Lot II; thence West along Ihe South line of said Lot 11 to the Southwest corner thereof; thence North along th« west side of Lots 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4 and 3 to a point lying 245' South of the Northwest corner of Lot 1 of Royal Place; thence Westerly W, thence Northerly 210' to the South right-of-way line of Old Fairfield Road; thence continuing North to the North side of Old Fairfield Road) thonce Southwesterly along the North right-of-way line of said Fairfield Road lo the Southwesf corner of Lot 23 of Sam Casey's Subdivision ol fhe South Half SEi/k, Section 21 ind part ot the NE "i, Section 28, T2S, R3E, 3rd' P.M.; thence North along th* W«ot line of said Lot 23, Sam Casey's Subdivision to * point lying 350,3' South of the North line of said Lot 23; thence East parallel with said North line of Lot 23 to the East line of Section 21, T2S, R3E, 3rd P.M.; thence South along th* said East line of Section 21 to the corners of Sections V, 22, 27 and 28) thence East along fhe North line of Sacllon 27, T2S, R3£, 3rd P.M. fo the Northeast corner of the NW "i NW : '4 of said Section 27; thence South along the East line of the West Half NW'A, said Section 27 to the Southeast corner of said West Half NW'/i; thence West along the South line of th* West Half NW "4 to the Quarter S*«tlon corn*r of Sections 27 *nd 28; thonce South along th* West line of Section 27 to Ihe North right-of-way line of S.B.I. Route 15, as now located, thence Southwesterly along fhe North right-of-way line of S.B.I. Route 15 fo the East line of Liberty Road, as now located. «i/ «?/ cf!?T 9 « e 01 Llber,v Road 10 a °° M 'V |n B ws ' South of the North line of the SEV„ SE.Settlor) 28, T2S, R3E; thence East a distance ol 150'; thence North a distance of 2»S'; ^Jlh 'ii ^L 'v ^l 6 c. OU,h ^ corne J 01 ,he NE ' /4 SEV " S ' ct,tm *>' T?s ' "3E; thence North to th* ^XL,. t ? rk . S . lre / t ;'. "U n< i5 East al0n9 ,ne Sou,h lino of York s,re et 16 a point South of th* ?« n M P°.? ER ,.,° F L ° V & ff m W8rrBn ' 9 Subdivision; thence North to the Southeast corner of L .« rn W, arr «n'» Subdivision and continuing North along the East lines of Lots 11 and 10 of Subdivision; thence Wost to the' Southeast corner of Lot 15 of H. W. Faulkner's Subdivision and continuing West olon6 fhe South line of Lots 1 thru IS of H. W. Faulkner's Subd. to the Southwest corner of Lot 1 thereof; thence North to a point East of the Northeast corner of Lot 63 of Burns Meadowbrook Addition; thence West to the Northeast corner ot said Lot 63 and continuing West along the North line of said Lot 63 to the Northwest corner thereof; thenc* continuing West 1o the West line of Burns Avenue; thence South to the Northeast corner of Lot 56 ot Burns M«*dow brook Addition; thenee Northwesterly along the Northerly line of Lot 56 of Burns Meadowbrook Addition continuing Westerly along th* North line ol Lot 23 of Burns Meadowbrook Addition to Ihe Northwest corner thereof; thenee Southwesterly alonp the Westerly lines of Lots 23, 24 i. 2S of Burns Meadowbrook Addition to the Morfhw«at«rly corner of said Lot 25; thence Southeasterly along th'a line between Lots 25 & 26 of Burns Meadowbrook Aodltion to the Southeast corner of said Lot 25; thence Southwesterly along th* East lines of Lots 26 t 27 of Burns Meadowbrook Addition to th* Southeasterly corner of said Lot 27) thenc* Northwesterly along the line between Lots 27 & 28 to ir* Northwesterly corner of said Lot 27; thenee Southwesterly along the West line of Lots 38, 29, 30 8. 31 of Burns Meadowbrook Addition fo th* North line of East Harrison Street; thence Westerly along * e WMtog?* n * > ,hen " N ° r,h " 0n9 ,h * WeS ' °' " ld NBV ' SE,/ ' s^^n » to the piac* EXCEPT HOWEVER, A part of 30 acres off the North side of the Southeast Quarter of the Southe*st Quarter, except that part of said 30 acre* lying South o* the right-of-way of the Southern RallW*/ Company, In Section 28, Township 2 South, Range 3 East ot the Third Principal Meridian, deserlb*d as beginning 200 feet South of fhe Northwest corner of said 30 acre tract, thenc* South 60 fe«t, thenc* East ISO feet; thenc* North 60 foot, thenee West ISO feet lo th* Place of beginning; A strip of land *0 f«et In width and ISO t**t In length on the North side and adjacent to, and a strip of land 35 feet in width and 150 feat In length on th* South sid* and adlacent to the following d«terlb*« property: A part of the SE '/4 of SK 'A of Section 28, T2S, R3E of the 3rd P.M., beginning 200 f*«t South of Ihe NW corner of the SE'/< of SE'A of said Section. Township and Range, and running thonc* south 60 feet; thenc* East 150 feet; thence North 60 feet; thence West ISO feet to the place of beginning; the two parcels of land above described being adjacent to and adjoining said last described tract on both the North and South sides thereof) excepting and reserving, however, an undivided one-half of all the coal, oil, gas and other minerals In and under and that may be produced from said pr*mlsts tegether with the right to mine »nd remove the »*me, Jefferson County, Illinois. The polls shall be open at the hour of 6:00 a.m. ond will continue unfit 6:00 p.m. All legal voters of the City of Mt. Vernon may vote at such special election. If the majority of fhe electors voting at this election favor annexation then the above described territory shall be annexed to the City of Mt. Vernon. If the vote is against annexation, then the annexation shrill fail and no further action shall be had on the Petition for Annexation now pending. Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Such election will be held at the following polling places: I. Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 32nd and Broadway t. Gowler's Garage, 522 South 24th Street I. Yeager's Garage, 2408 Perkins Avenue I. Huntman's Garage, 500 South 19th Street i. Compton's Store Building, 1604 Perkins Avenue ». Brumbaugh Building, 1011 South Tenth Street Hopkin's Market, 217 Castleton Avenue Johnson Motors, 9th and Harrison Streets St. Mary's School, 1416 Main Street Bakel's Garage, 1107 Salem Road 8. 9. 10. Dated Ot Mt. Vernon, Illinois this 24th day of January, 1969. PAUL HAYES City Clerk NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION CITY OF MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS Notice is hereby given to the legal voters of the City of Mt. Vernon, Illinois, that on Tuesday, February 25, 1969, at the following polling places: Ward 1. Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 32nd and Broadway Ward 2. Gowler's Garage, 522 South 24th Street Ward 3. Yeager's Garage, 2408 Perkins Avenue Ward 4. Huntman's Garage, 500 South 19th Street Ward 5. Compton's Store Building, 1604 Perkins Avenue Ward 6. Brumbaugh Building, 1011 South Tenth Street Ward 7. Hopkin's Market, 217 Castleton Avenue Ward 8. Johnson Motors, 9th and Harrison Streets Ward 9. St. Mary's School, 1416 Main Street Ward 10. Bakel's Garage, 1107 Salem Road In the City of Mt. Vernon, Illinois, in the County of Jefferson, State of Illinois, a Primary Election will be held for the purpose of nominating two (2) candidates for the following offices of the City of Mt. Vernon, Illinois: Mayor City Clerk City Treasurer And Four (4) candidates for the office of Councilman at which election the pells shall be open from Six O 'clock a.m. to Six O 'clock P.M. of said day. Dated at Mt. Vernon, Illinois this 24th day of January, 1969. PAUL HAYES City Clerk

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