Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 27, 1969 · Page 6
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6—A THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS MONDAY, JANUARY 27 i _19B9_ MISS CINDY WRIGHT Mr. and Mrs. Ernest V. Wright of Rural Route 2, Gibson City, 111., are announcing the. engagement of their daughter, Cindy, to Danny J. Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs- Jabe Anderson, of this city. The bride-elect is a 1966 graduate of Champaign Central high school. She is a junior majoring in physical education at Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, and is affiliated with the Gamma Nu Chapter of DelU Zeta Sorority. The prospective bridegroom is a 1965 graduate of Mt.- Vernon high school. He is attending Eastern Illinois University, working toward a business administration • degree. Plans are being made for a late May wedding. SUPPORT RSO CROSS During a telephone conversation at the office Thursday, Vic Stewart of McLeansboro, asked if I might find a recipe for "Mince - Meat Cookies" for him. He tells me the cookies are very delicious. Well, I hate to admit mince-meat is not one of my favorite foods, but I would appreciate receiving the recipe for this type cookies so I might pass it along to all the readers. -o- -o- -o- I also had another call, a little different from the usual ones asking for recipes. Mrs. Cora Rainwater of Keenes attended the Mt. Vernon Fair this past summer and on display was a beautiful appliqued cushion, of a rose design. Mrs. Rainwater has tried everywhere to find a pattern, or the identity of the person who made and displayed the lovely cush- parsley. 2 and one- half teaspoons salt. Vs teaspoon pepper. Combine all the ingredients thoroughly and pack into a greased ring mold (8 inch) in diameter. Bake in a moderate oven 350 degrees for 1 hour. Turn out on a plate and serve with curry white sauce. The center of the mold may be filled with vegetables. Makes 8 servings, -o- -o- -o- CURRY WHITE SAUCE 4 tablespoons butter. _ 4 tablespoons flour. 1 teaspoon salt. Y* teaspoon pepper. 2 cups milk. 1 teaspoon curry powders. Melt butter over low heat; add flour, salt, pepper and curry powders; stir until well blended. Remove from heat. Gradually stir in milk and ion in hopes she might obtain return to heat. Cook, stirring the pattern. I explained to Mrs. Rainwater I would certainly try to help her find the pattern, but could not promise to do! en or salmon loaf, so. Can anyone come to our i -o- -o- -o- rescue for this pattern or per- 1 Familiar hot starch constantly, until thick and smooth. Makes 2 cups of white sauce. Serve with lamb, chick- Motr MIMM. person? -o- -o- -o- A close friend noted I had not used a recipe calling for lamb. . . and that there were many good recipes available. . . So I checked through my cook books and came across this "Baked Lamb Ring With Curry Sauce." Does sound good. I must admit I have never tried lamb, so I can't say if my family would like this recipe. BAKED LAMB RING 1 cup milk or stock. 2 pounds ground lamb. 1 egg. 1 cup bread crumbs. 1 medium onion (chopped fine). 1 tablespoon chopped green pepper. is the most economicaj way to handle cotton curtains. If the fabric can be washed in your automatic washer, simply use 2 quarts of heavy hot starch for each washer — load of curtains — chintz, percale, organdy, muslin or whatever the washable material — be sure they are washable. ... To prevent sticking, preheat an aluminum skillet before adding food. At wash- up time don't soak the skillet. . . The rule to remove stains while they are fresh applies even to fabrics treated with a stain- repellent finish. . . -o- -o- -o- Closing thought. . . Gossip is like a balloon —it grows bigger Socially Yours By NAD5NE Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hcrtcr. s*i in returned to their hum Saturday after visiting with M s. Chas. Hertenstein in Lake- worth, Fla., Mrs. Tom Mathews in Gulf Port Fla., and then- son, Dean Hertenstein and family in Tyle,r, Tex. -o- -o- -o- Mr. and Mrs. Donald R e i d spent the weekend in Va'parai- so, Ind., where they attended the installation of officers of the Order of De Molay, Valparaiso Chapter. Their nephew, William S. Reid was installed as Master Counselor. -o- -o- -o- , Mrs. Hermenia Faulkner of Bloomington is spending a few days with friends in the King Cily. She is a former resident, -o- -o- -o- Frank Clark, 4305 S. Washington, Englewood, Colo. —80110, will be 73 years old February 3, as reported by his sister, Louisa Pierce of Bluford. We do hope he will receive many other cards along with the one we are mailing today. AND MRS. LARRY PAUL CUMMINGS 1 tablespoons finely chopped 1 with every puff. em Dr. Andy Hall P.T.A. The Dr. Andy Hall School Pa- jeiit Teachers Association met Thursday, January 16. A most enjoyable pot- luck supper was the opening event of the evening's observance of "Dad's Night." A brief business meeting was conducted by the president, Bob Ka noski, during which the secretary's and treasurer's reports wore read and approved. Charles Crosier, minister of Cherry Street Church of Christ was the guest speaker of the evening. In his speech "Are Our Children Among the Disadvantaged?" he cited differences in attitudes toward importance an rvailability of education today. Some of the factors which must be observed concerning disadvantaged children educational.'y, economically sociably, religiously. Attendance banners were awarded to Mrs. Simmons kin- deigarten and Mrs. Cross' the evening were Mrs. Shirley Pettit, Mrs. Pat Schulte, Mrs. Katharine Allen, Mrs. Pearl Kamoski and Mrs. Nancy Peep- -o- -0- -o- Postpone Skills And Craft Club The Jefferson County Home Extension Skills and Craft Club has postponed the meeting sche- 1 , . . , , ... , duled for otnight, January 27. P e i * nunhw " wth Miss Linda Diane Gibbs and Larry Paul Cummings were married December 21. The double ring ceremony was performed at seven o'clock that evening at the First C o mmunity church in this city with the Reverend Bayne Wilson officiating. The altar decorated with two white columns with baskets of white gladilous and chrysanthemums, potted palms, six potted po?nsettia plants, two tapered tanclelabras with holly and a kneeling bench. The pews were marked with green ribbon and holiy and a white carpet extended down the center aisle to the altar. Preceding the cere- i .iony, the tapers were lighted by Steven Lamberson and Jeffrey Manion. The bride is the daughter of of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Gibbs of this city and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. i^oi is Cummings of Opdyke Given in marriage by her father, the bride was lovely in a floor length wedding gown fashioned in imported organza and bridal taffeta. Styled on A- lines, it had a pretty scoop neck line and full length sleeves. The empire waist was accented with embroidered Alencon lace mo- t'fs. The detachable, full Cha- at the Housing Project. The next meeting will be held February 24. -o- -o- -o- W.M.S. To Meet The Women's Missionary Society of the First Baptist church will meet Tuesday afternoon, January 28th, at the church. The social hour, beginning at 1:00 will be in charge of the Barbara Deer Clrc'o. The lesson topic "Right or Vtrong" will be presented by sixth grade class. Hostesses for 1 the Jean Austin Circle. loped embroidered lace and her imported veil of illusion was secured to a lovely bridal headpiece fashioned with seed pearls and crystals. She carried a bou- iiuit of white roses, snowdrift and holly with tiny red velvet beJs entwined with the flowers and her only jewelry was a lieartshaped diamond pendant, the gift of the bridegroom. Miss Jane Windhorst of this city was maid of honor. She wore a floor length red velvet dress styled with empire waist. She also wore a circular blusher veil attached to a red bow and carried a bouquet of red and white carnations with snow- di'ft and holly tied with green patin streamers. The brides- raaids were Mrs. Deanna Blanton of Decatur and Mrs. Ruthie Moore of Murray, Kentucky. Their dresses were fashioned like the maid of honor with full length sleeves and accented with silver and white trim. Little Miss Theresa Settle of this city was flower girl and Kart Webb of Elgin was ring bearer. Frank Kutilek of Chicago was btht man. The ushers were Grtg Gibbs of this city, brother ot the bride, and Randy Bold- wy.i, also of Mt. Vernon, and th r groomsmen were Joe Wanton of Decatur and Harold Burwell of this city. Brett Gibbs, brother of the br'.de, served as organist and acompanied Bob Kent as he sang "The Lord's Prayer" and "Twelfth of Never." He also played a medley of traditional wadding selections. A reception was held in the church dining room with Miss Becky McGhee, Miss Barb Beckmeyer, Miss Janette Birkner, and Mrs. Sharon Whipple serving. The guest register was kept by Mrs. Nancy Hancock f r>d the gift table was in charge of Miss Judy Walker and Miss Nancy Loyd. The reception table held a beautifully decorated four- tiered wedding cake, a crystal punch bowl set and mint tilled dishes. The mother of the bride wore a gray A- line ensemble with green accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a navy and white suit with black accessories and each wore a corsage of red and white carnations. For a wedding trip through southern Illinois, the bride changed to a red velvet A- line ensemble with black accessories anl wore a corsage of white i;?ses with holly. The new Mrs. Cummings is a "965 graduate of Mt. Vernon Township High School and a I5r>68 graduate of Eastern Illi- rcis University. She is now teaching the fourth grade at West Salem school in this city. The bridegroom also a 1965 graduate of the local high school, graduated in 1968 from the DeVry Institute of Technology and is ?>ow attending Southern Illinois University. They are making their home at 1608 Cherry in this city. Quick Cuddle Pets Quick Quiz Q--Which is the fastest land animal on earth? A—The cheetah. Leaping from a position of rest, it can reach a speed of 45 miles per hour in two seconds. Timed by a stop watch, it has actually raced along at 70 miles per hour. -thE Supporting V "Y") P ... is ployed by these sturdy, f lex- » ^ ible infants' shoes. Beginning walkers need the gentle support and fine fit of quality footwear. Secure this for them with Red Goose! FREE GOLDEN EGG e, «en on TV, given with M rh of RED GOOSE SHOES ch pair If you suspect that your youngster has a foot problem, see a Doctor. If corrective shoes are needed, see us. We have one of the largest selection of corrective shoes in Southern Illinois. Fit? Unconditionally guaranteed... DOLLENS SHOE STORE Southern Illinois Leading Shoe Store 1003 Broadway Mt. Vernon Bridal Registry.., . a boon to brides-to-be It makes good sense to register your choice of silver, china and crystal early. When you first get engaged. That way, friends and relatives can select the gifts you really want, without fear of duplication. Come see our fabulous collection of Oxford Sheer Bone China and Lenox hand-blown lead crystal. Then make your selections. Bryn Mam Platinum edged blue floral design. 5-piece place setting $31.95 Solitaire Platinum trim, classic design. 3-pieee place setting $19.95 Holyoke Delicate white, yellow and green floral chain. Platinum edged. 5-piece place setting $29.95 JACKSON'S OFFER YOU: • Guaranteed Satisfaction • Free Gift Wrapping • Greater Selection • Credit Terms • Greater Service • Everyday Low Prices • Expert Watch and Jewelry Repair M. E. JACKSON SOUTH SIDE SQUARE Southern Illinois' Leading Jeweler For Over 47 Years YOUR NAILS BREATHING? Your nails must be allowed to breathe. Are your cuticles grown over the nails or are they loose enough for you to run a toothpick under? That is the place where the nails breathe. If the cuticle is tight, the nails suffocate and turn brittle and form ridges. Use cuticle oil and and orangewood stick and gently loosen edges. Do not cut cuticles. Only a trained, beautician knows how to remove the cuiticle properly without causing damage. FASHION NOTES Brought To Ton By Albert Parker Spring will see the resurgence of the soft-as-down fabrics ... the jerseys . . .. the chiffons . . . the voiles . . . Soft tops, flip skirts, and w-i-d-e pants demand their use. -o- -o- -o- When will women learn that each type of outfit' requires different underpinnings . . . Spring especially will demand a different type of bra . . . one that is soft . . . such as tricot ... to wear under the clinging fabrics. -o- -o- -fi- Forget the calendar when it comes to fashion . . . Face up to the cold on the dreariest day in one of• those close-to- the-body pale knit. -o- -o- -o- For your mopnllt hours think in L terms of beautifully designed cocktail dresses of chiffons, organzas, voiles, and even jersey. -o- -o- -o- Remember, fashion is your SOCIAL security. Albert's 4-H CLUBS Ham's Grove Sunny Pilgrims 4-H Club The Ham's Grove Sunny Pilgrims 4- H Club met recently at the Dodds school for election of officers. The following officers will f.erve for the coming year: Donna Kimmel, president; Richard Estes, vice - president; Pam Kent, vice - rpesident; DeAnn Es>tes, secretary; Gail Greer treasurer; Marjorie Hester, reporter; Barbara Johnston, program chairman; and Alan Estes, recreation leader. The next meeting will be held at Dodds school from 7:00 to 9 30 p.m. Jim Lipe will be guest speaker. He will show slides of his world tour. Ancient Egyptians always represented the human eye as in full face, even in profiles. 7179 Fill baby's crib with playful pets in eye-appealing colors. Pen- nysaver gifts! Scrap-happy pets — 2 pieces plus ears for each! Great for bazaars, baby showers, have-on- hand gifts. Pattern 7179: transfer' four 5x6" toys. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern — add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Alice Brooks (Mt. Vernon Register-News) Needlecralt 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 — pat- I terns for 12 superb quilts. 50c I Book 3. "Quilts for Today's Living". 15 patterns. 50c TIZZY by Kate Osann "Could you check it, Operator? The line shouldn't be busy when I'm not homei"

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