Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 30, 1969 · Page 5
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1 THURSDAY, JANUAIfY THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS For Black Gold District Scouters Recognition Banquet Here On Feb. 4 5— ferred on twu district Scouters to be announced that evening. Former Silver Beaver recipients are ask to wear their awards that evening. NEWS BRIEF STATE TEA! 1'ERATL"RES MEMBERS OF THE ROSE OK SHAKOX SINGERS are. from left to right. Alts. Minnie Smith, Airs. Brunett Downey, Airs. Alary Lee Black. Ray Herrob, Airs. Laura Cheatham, and Airs, •'essie I*. Young. The group will present a musical this Sunday. At 3:00 P.M. Sunday Rose Of Sharon Group To Present Musical -0- -o- Tlie Rose of Sharon singers v. ill present a musical at 3:00 p.m. Sunday at the Pilgrim Rest Baptist Gutrch. The public is invited. The Rose 6f Sharon was originally organized here in September, 1966, by Mrs. Mary L. Clack and Mrs. Ella M. Johnson. After early troubles, the feat, of- forming a singing group war, accomplished. Mrs. Mary L. James and Theo Herrob were the next, to jo.'n the group followed by Mrs. Laura Cheatham. Mrs. S. T. Hamilton. Mrs. Jessie P. Young and Mrs. Bertha Johnson. At a later date Mrs. Minnie Smith accompanied and directed the Rose of Sharon singers. Because the membership of the group dwindled, no engagements were accepted for a while until Mrs. Brunett Dow­ ney and Mrs. Virginia White joined the group. The latest ad- (jiron to the P„ose of Sharon SMigers is Mrs. Shirley Jones, who became a member this mouth. The group has made several ;.p ;>earanr (.'s in the community •md is now a member of the "Voice In The Wilderness Cru- -o- -o- -O- 'jade*' being conducted by Rev. 0. (' Nicks, chairman, and Missionary R. M. Nash, international promoter. Officers of the Rose of Sha- ror> are Mrs. Mary L. Black, president; Mrs. Laura Cheatham, treasurer: Mrs. Brunett Downey, secretary; and Ray i -Ii ?"vob, chaplin. FREE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURE TUESDAY, FEB. 4 — 8:00 P.M. LECTURER: Roy J. Linnig, C.S. of Deerfieid, Illinois SUBJECT: "Peace Is Individual" SPONSORED BY: First Church of Christ, Scientist of Mt. Vernon, Illinois CHURCH EDIFICE — 1307 Main Rick ford, cloudy ::s !!5 .21' Mi .-line, cloudy .",5 :',2 1.27 C* 1 iim-y, cloudy . . • - .54 Vnndalia, cloudy 5G H6 .05 Chi-ngo G.P. rain 50 .40 Peoria, cloudy 47 .11 .14 Springfield, rain :>o .51 Belleville, cloudy 58 :;s .41 MIDWEST Duouque, cloudy . . .).'• ::o .21 V.urlington. cloudy .. .'17 ::o .21) paducah, rain 60 59 :;.90 Madison, cloudy '.)'.'• :i2 .us Sooth Bend, rain 51 :'.9 .14 The Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCLATI ;i> VM ESS Hi ?h Low Pr. Albany, rain ::o 2S .21 Albuquerque, clear Til M Atlanta, fog i:-; -11 Bismarck, clear .. -l -1:1 .10 B'.-'.se, cloudy . 27 00 .11. Boston, rain 27 26 .10 Du'fnlo. rain •12 10 .51 Ch'cngo, cloudy -19 .16 .33 Cincinnati, rain 55 51 .98 Cleveland, rain 511 19 .41 Dei iver, clear •15 17 Dos Moines, cloudy ::o 10 .06 Detroit, rain •i:-i .82 Fairbanks, cloudy •i -9 ' Fort Worth, cloudy 71 50 .90 Helena, cloudy . . -10 -30 Honolulu, cloudy M M M Indianapolis, cloudy 56 •19 1.37 Jacksonville, cloudy 71 -19 Juneau, snow 16 12 Kansas City, cloudy •>,-, 19 .14 Los Angeles, clear 57 •11 Louisville, rain ... . 59 59 1.24 Memphis, rain . . 66 61 .44 Miami, clear 72 69 Mil'vaukee, cloudy .'15 .09 Miiis.-St.P., clear . 2S 11 .29 New Orleans, rain 7S 66 T .\!''•>• York, rain ::i .".:•; .15 0::!a. City, clear .. . .".3 .12 Omaha, cloudy HI .16 Philadelphia, rain . :J6 ••I i .05 r'l.icniA, cicai Pittsburgh, rain .. .y.j 51 47 .33 r "lid, Me., cloudy 15 V. Ptlnd, Ore., snow .. oo 16 .IS 1 '.p-pid City, clear . . s -1 :•'. 'itiehmond, cloudy .. :;9 St. Louis, cloudy . 56 .'15 Suit Lk. City, cloudy :;o 5 .27 S;n Diego, clear ... 56 .'15 \ Fran., clear ... 17 43 .28 Seattle, snow . . . L '7 •"j'-j .23 Tampa, clear 71 59 Washington, fog . .. 1 35 .14 Winnipeg, snow 0 -8 Mt. Vernon Weather Wednesday nigh 5S low -16. Rainfall Wednesday 2 .L'! Rainfall to date 1969 5.61. One year ago today high 5u low 10. Five years .!'.;•> t • •<i iv hi'., r li 5 J low 36 Ten years a .go today lu^li 56 low 19. Friday sunrise 7:lt.i sunsn 5:IS fCST'i". Illinois Weather Uy THE ASSOCIATED IMS ESS A cloud cover blanketed almost all of Illinois today and patches of rain tell in scattered areas throughout the state. A cold front moving in from the West promised colder temperatures in the northern Oli- nois and somewhat cooler readings in central and southern counties. Overnight low temperatures stayed above freezing in most areas, but failed to get out of the 30s. MuH.ne reported more than l.'i inches of rain since Wednesday and much of the rest of the state had fractional amounts. The annua! recognition dinner for Scouters in the Black Gold District. Okaw Valley Council, Boy Scouts of America will be held "U Tuesday evening. Fel> ruary 4. at the First United Methodist church. Mt. Vernon, at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are available fn.m any Scout leatkr in all communities of Washington. Jefferson and Wayne Counties Cost i-; .S3.("Ml per person. This will be an evening "f awards and recognitions to unit and district Scouters for achievements during the past year. Communities with Scouters receiving awards are Fairfield, Cisne. Wayne City. Okawville. Nashville. Irvington and Mt. Vernon. Wilton Weljb. Mt. Vernon, is general chairman of the event. Rev. Eekford deKny. Mt. Vernon will be the master of ceremonies. George Leatherman, district chairman. Robert Kraft, advancement chairman, Romeo Ireland, camping chairm a n. I.oe Courtney, commissioner, all of Mt. Vernon: Rev. Robert Kran.se, district vice chairman, of Fairfield and Hillard K. Park. Council executive of Belleville will all participate on the program. High district honors in the lorm of Statuettes will be con- DACCA. Pakistan <APi -President Mohammad Ayub Khan, a strong advocate of family planning, says "the world is heading to a stiuation where it may not be possible to feed the entire population." Ayub spoke Tuesday before the opening session of an international family planning c< Jer- ence attended by 216 delegates from 30 countries. Ayub, who has supported a family planning program in Pakistan despite opposition from ci niservative religious leaders, said developing countries were suffering most from harmful effects of population increase. HEATHER HELENA. Mont. 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