Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 28, 1969 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1969 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS 3—A T Feb. 22 Is Pancake And Sausage Day Here -o- -o- -o- The Mt. Vernon Kiwanis "' ' club's 17th annual Pancake and Sausage day will be held at the Armory Saturday, February 22, from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. it has been announced by Russell Huston, Pancake and Sau- On this day members of the local Kiwanis club will gather at the Armory . to cook and serve delicious pancakes and sausage to raise funds fortheir boys and girls work and other worthwhile community projects. Tickets can now be purchased from any Kiwanian or at the Armory on February 22. Chairman Huston said: "Every ticket you purchase you help Kiwanis help the youth. Every member of Kiwanis joins me to say thanks for every ticket you buy and for any help you give us on this Pancake and Sausage day." The Pancake and Sausage day was started here back in 1953 who was president of the club by Norman Norman Garbers, athat year. RUSSELL, HUSTON Local Attorney Will Speak At State Meeting Mt. Vernon Attorney William D. Hanagan, a member of the iiim of. Hanagan and Dousman, will be one of the speakers at the forth coming annual mid year meeting of the Illinois State Eai Association to be held Jan. 29-31 at the Pick- Congress Hotel., Chicago. Hanagan will discuss "Benefits Under the Acts — Weekly, Permanency, Death and Dependency — Workmen's Compensation for the General Practitioner" at a meeting of the Work men's Compensation Law Section at 10 a.m. Jan. 31. The three - day meeting will feature business meetings of the various sections and committees of the association, programs on topics of current interest, luncheons and two dinners, one honoring the justices of the Illinois Supreme Court. ISBA President Alfred Y. Kirkland of Elgin will preside. The general meeting is one of two held by the association each year to bring its members up to date on the latest developments in the law. More than 750 lawyers and their wives are expected to attend. Centralia Hosts FS Conference Stan Koziara In Bahamas Stan Koziara, Stan the Tire Man owner, is in the Bahamas this week attending the 13th annual advanced management seminar of the National Tire Dealers and Retreaders Association. Koziara is a national director of the association and is president of the Illinois Tire Dealers Association. Sixty dealers are attending the seminar, which opened Sunday and ends Thursday. The seminar is being conducted by six university professors. Although the trunk of a sugar maple tree may produce 15 gallons of sap, the yield boils down to less than a half-gallon of syrup. Members of the Board of Directors of Marion- Jefferson Service Company and representatives of Farm Bureau, attended an FS Services Directors Conference on January 23, in Centralia. The conference program fea tured a discussion of current trends in the plant food Indus fry. The discussion centered on exploration of ways and means for meeting the growth requirements and challenges facing the three - state farm supply cooperative. The men discussed improve ments in the FS Plant Food supply system, including the recent acquisition of a large phos- pliate plant in Florida. The meeting was conducted by FS Services President Melvin Sims, and included presentations by several members of the FS management staff. Those attending the meeting from Marion - Jefferson Service Company were Charles Lee Ford, Kinmundy; Wendell Kiefer, Belle Rive; John Kiefer, Belle Rive; Glen Young, Odin; Lyle B: eeze, Woodlawn; Paul Hertel, Salem; Paul Thomas, Mt. Vernon; Ralph McPherson, Mt. Vernon; Russell Pasley, Opdyke; Glen Hicks, Patoka; Marshall Cross, Belle Rive; Allen Rush, Mt. Vernon; Paul Woelfel, Ina; Stanley Johnson, Mt. 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