Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 30, 1969 · Page 6
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 6

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6—A THE REOISTRR-N'EWS MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS THURSDAY JANUARY 30, 1969 AAOINfTGOA/IER \ V/i Day i\VL\ N IK WEEKEND SALE PRICES GOOD TONIGHT — 4 P.M.-9 P.M FRIDAY and SATURDAY 9 A.M.-9 P.M. ig refrigerator-freezer FUR FOR ALL — A novelty at Paris fashion show was the pelfran (synthetic fur)sheaths worn by the models and Afghan. The designs are by Monique Mabire. Banquet A? l r isld Conmrnify School 150 Attend Conservation District Annual Dinner One htiirlved ;mrl lil'ly i>ronle ^ raided the Soil ;md \V;itcr Conservation District's 2Tfh an- nun! meeting at Field I 'mnu'tiitv school last night. John KiPfor. iMviirnian, called the £jmun together. Ralph M:ii'- reeny of Boyd g;ive the invoca- ion. A delicious banquet <>( hem .villi trimmings u\i- served hy the Jadips of the Field P.T.A. AftPr tho dinner hour Kiefor introduced several distinguished ! guests, including Glenn PI. Pauls- j grove of the Area Soil Conservation' Services office in Oarbon- daJr. Art BucsUing. manager ol the local Federal Land oank office conducted the annual election of district directors. Reelected for 2 year terms v.vre James P.. Baker of Mt. Vernon and Ronald Shafer of Toxica. Man ford Logan, d'stri.-i .. m- '.ei'vationist save a short su:n- •nary of some :>f il<.? Soil Con- servnr'on >Vrvice e< complish- •nents in the »!U*.•;.--t the pa- yea r. Don [.ee. local exlen^iei; advisor, was called on for a few marks.. Lognn introduced 'lip feature MMv.ker of the evening. Mr. Ellis \V. Sanderson, hyrlrologist wtih the Illinois State Wafer Survey in Springfield. Mis talk doall i uiili water pollution and how his agency is working with the pollution problems. He used colored slides to illustrate his talk. I Att'-r Sandi'i 's. 'ii '-i talk. Alan fort I Logan, on behalf of the Soil and Water Conservation District, presented oDn with an elcc trie alarm clock as a token of the district 's appreciation for all the work h" has done for the district during the past 28 years. Mr. Lee is retiring as extension adviser on February 1. An appropriate inscription \ as engraved on the top of the clot r 17.5 CU. FT. MODEL WITH GIANT FREEZER 299 00 REG. 329.99 • Top-mount freezer section holds 182 pounds-the largest made! • Meat keeper stores fresh meat without freezing — no thaw wait • Twin porcelain crispers keep fruits and vegetables fresh • Full-width egg storage rack • Butter and cheese compartments • 2 freezer shelves, juice rack • White, Avocado, or Coppertone TV portable LOADED WITH FEATURES AND NOW SALE PRICED! 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Heat dial, thermostat, automatic switch- off if upset. 16xllx16f Deluxe frostless 19-cu. ft. freezer • No bother with defrosting • Holds up to 664 pounds • 6 "bonus" door shelves • Big pull-out meat basket • Safety lock and 2 keys REG. 289.99 Automatic icemaker available, a worthwhile "extta" 248 Save! Airline® solid state FM/AM stereo Exciting contemporary style ^ that holds 6 balanced speak- $ B \£ ers, radio with FM stereo, • automatic changer. Jacks for tape input and output. REG. 249.99 Save $ 41! 30-inch 2-oven gas range • "Cook-warm" lower oven automatically turns down • "Keep warm" upper oven ^ • Removable cooktop, lower door speed cleaning In while, coppertone or avocado Upper, lower ovep liners — "extra" 288 REG. 329.99 Teflon R -lined deep fryer, reg. 13.991 8 88 Big 55 -quart capacity cooks lots of crispy chicken, potatoes, or delicious doughnuts. Thermostat controlled. 4 700 Perk PSoza Shopping Center Phone 242-6540

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