Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 30, 1969 · Page 11
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 11

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, January 30, 1969
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 19<59 ffc*, REGTSTER-NEWS — MT. VERN'ON*. ILLINOIS I 111111 """' IlMTIIMIIIIItEIIIirilliillEtlfllirillMllfllllfllirilllllllllllltlllltlirillllllllfliriTirMllItl fllflJltniMIITIlMIMtlttMIMJirrMiltrMllIMIIIMIlMIMMllilMIIIIllITIlWfMJMIIIMlllJlMMIMliltlllllllltltlUIJflMllllfltllillfllll I From Our Correspondents | -iiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiuiiw EWING OPDYKE Carl Campbell spent Monday night with his mother Mrs. Beu- lali Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Forbes of Alton, 111., are spending a few clays in this community. Mrs. Forbes is the former Ganell Green. Mr. and Mrs. James Kem of Belle Rive visited Tuesday with Effie Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Han-ell visited with their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Reed and children in Salem Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Burnett and girls Diann, Debbie and Darla visited with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lorance and family Sat- nrday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Harrell and daughters Lora and Tiki visited Saturday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Harrell. Mrs. Clara Moore visited recently with Mrs. Nina Lancaster of Belle Rive. Johnnie Meadows made a business trip to Wayne City Monday. Frank Wilson who is in the National Guards, spent the weekend at the Armory in Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Poole and children of Kankakee vis­ it You Want Number One, Go to Number One .... FEftTHERSTUn For Hie Latest Records at Discoun Prices. •o- -o- -o- iortv-Fives $.88 I HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE —Marvin Gaye I 'M GONNA MAKE YOU LOVE —Diana Ross & The Supremes & TFAIPTATIONS SOULFUL STRUT—Younft- Hol Unlimited CRIMSON & CLOVER —Tommy James & The Shondells HOOKED ON A FEELING —B. J. Thomas WICHITA LINEMAN —Glen Campbell FOR ONCE IN MY LIFE —Stevic Wonder TOUCH ME—The Doors WORST THAT COULD HAPPEN—Brooklyn Bridge SONOF-A-PREACHER MAN—Dusty Springfield .0. -o- -o- Albums $1.89 to $4.79 GREATEST HITS —Petula Clark Also in 8 Track Stereo Tapes TIME PEACE/GREATEST HITS—Rascals Also in s Track Stereo Tapes LOVE CHILD—Diana Ross & The Supremes Also in 8 Track Stereo Tapes GREATEST HITS —Associations Also in 8 Track Stereo Tapes THE ELECTRIC FLAG —Electric Flag Also in 8 Track Stereo Tapes BLOOD SWEAT & TEARS Also in ? Track Stereo Tapes IN-A-G ADDA-DA-VIDA —Ir<n Butterfly Also in S Track Stereo Tapes REALIZATION—Johnny Rivers Also in 8 Track Stereo Tapes GREATEST HITS —Righeous Brothers Also in 8 Track Stereo Tapes THE HOLY LAND —Johnny Cash Also in 8 'Track Stereo Tapes •o- -o- -o- We also have the Beatles new double album and their new album Yellow Submarine ited recently with this parents Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Poole Mrs. Dcna Peterson and son spent Wednesday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lnylan Richardson. Norman Capps was a business visitor in Centralia Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Avery and son visited Saturday evening with Glenn and Evelyn Burnett and girls. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gowler and sons are spending a few days with her mother Mrs. Vina Gowler. Rev. and Mrs. Russcl Monroe ind children were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Sammie Burnett. . . . Effie Holland, Cor. DAHLGREN Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trotter of McLeansboro accompanied by their son Kenneth who came home Saturday from Germany (after serving three years in the armed forces) spent the day Sunday with Hr. and Mrs. Charlie Cross. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Shelton and daughter, Flora, came home last week with her mother, Mrs. Mabel Lemke. Mrs. Helen Brechtofelt and grandson Patrick Hutchcraft spent the day Wednesday in Salem, 111., visiting with her daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. John E. Scrivner. Mrs. John Blades of Santa Barbara, California is visiting her mother Mrs. Ella Underwood and her sister and brother-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shelton. Others that visited Mrs. Ella Underwood in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shelton Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Larry Underwood and three children of Brussel's, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Eli Hook and Mr. and Msr. Jessie Orr of McLeansboro; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rogers son Randy of Homer, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harrison of Carbondale and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Shelton of Dahlgren. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Anderson near Marlow have opened the restaurant and Phillips 66 Service Station and were open for business last Saturday in Dahlgren. Mr. and Mrs. David Wolfe and daughter of Atwood and Mr. and Mrs. Don McMillen and children of Mt. Vernon spent the weekend in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alva McMillen. . . . Mrs. Charlie Cross, Cor. ASHLEY Miss Alberta Sensel and Mi's. Roy Coultas shopped in tht King City Saturday. Mrs. Paul Czerwinski visited Mrs. Lindell Panzier and sons Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alpha Stock well of Union neighborhood called on Mr. and Mrs. flenry Schuback Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Barnett of Scheller spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Savers and son. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Braswell and children Stacy and Darrin of East St. Louis spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Loren Niederhoefer and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Braswell. Rev. Loren Ramsey of Mulkeytown was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schultz. Mrs. Elsie Scherer and son Ray spent Sunday afternoon with her grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Scherer and family of Mt. Vernon. Jake is rccuper- ating at home after being in the hospital for several days. We wish him a speedy lecovory. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Greisc and daughters of St. Louis spent Sunday with relatives here. Mrs. Arthur Wilson spent Friday in Nashville with Mrs. Daniel Wilson and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Coultas and Miss Alberta Sensel spent Sunday afternoos in Belleville. Mrs. Kathleen Atchison is a patient in the T.B. Sanitarium in Mt. Vemon. Mr. and Mrs. James Green were callers in St. Libory Saturday. Ray Pitchford entered the Pinckneyville Hospital Tuesday evening and was able to return back home Sunday. We are glad to hear Mr. C. B. Wall, a patient in the St. Mary's Hospital in Centralia, is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Boldt and children of Benton visited his mother Mrs. Maritla Boldt Sunday. Mr. Theodore Seidensiriker who has been a patient in the Pinckneyville Hospital and Mrs. Seidensiriker is staying with relatives in Nashville until he is better and able to return home. . . . Mrs. Reva Coultas. Cor. WAYNE CITY Church and Sunday School was well attended Sunday at Olive Branch. Bro. Alfred Haile is the pastor. Mrs. Nell Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smith of Keenes were business visitors in Wayne City Saturday morning. Kenneth Draper still remains in a serious condition in the Fairfield Memorial hospital. Mrs. Gladys Thomason called at; the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bailey Saturday morning. Mr. Bailey is slowly improving. Bro. and Mrs. Arkie Ackers of near Chicago visited their daughter Mrs. Jerry Buchanan and her mother Mrs. Iris Heifner the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Parson of Toledo, Ohio and Mrs. Pauline Bruner visited the last of the week with relatives and friends in St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Jessie Draper is visiting a few days at the home of her sister Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bruner. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hunt and son Ronnie visited Saturday night at the home of their daughter Mrs. Robert Buchanan and family. Mrs. Dorothy James and Mrs. Mabel Sheleton visited at the home of Mrs. Lizzy Porter Saturday evening in Mt. Vemon. Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Trotter of south of Dahlgren visited at the home of his parents, Mr .and Mrs. Shirley Trotter Sunday evening. Mr. and Mi's. Gerald Lee Gammon has bought a farm from Mr. and Mrs. Oren Boswell and will move soon. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thomason of Collinsville and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wood and daughter of Paducah, Kentucky visited the last of the week with their parents Mr .and Mrs. Dempsy Thomason. Mrs. Arlene Allen of Dahl^en is papering this week for Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lee Gammon. David Roast the son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Roast left with other Wayne County boys for the Army last week. Mrs. Gladys Thomason, Cor. and Mrs. Florence Tweed spent I Thursday with Mrs. Oleta Shafer. j Rusty Howard visited Saturday afternoon with Steven and , Mike Blankcnship. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Howard spent Saturday evening with Mr. i and Mrs. Glen Howard and sons. ' Mr. and Rev. Mrs. Charles Harris, Melody and Mark spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wade Jackson and family and Mrs. Lila Riggs. Miss Sarah Mae Jackson of Charleston spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Jackson and family and Mrs. Lela Riggs. Those helping Mr. M e rley Keele celebrate his birthd a y Friday evening with a dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merlcy Keele were, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Keele , Tommy and Elaine, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Keele and Alan, Mr. and Mrs. David Keele, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie McKinney, and Mrs. Winnie McDaniei . Visitors the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Morley Williams were Mr. and Mrs. Vance Tate. Bro. and Mrs. Melvin Chambliss and family, Mi*, and Mrs. Norman Williams and family, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Byars, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hawkins, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hawkins, Mr. and \ Mrs. Elza Byars, Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Myers, Mr. and M r s. Ralph Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bowdler and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Tate, Mr. John Byars, Mr. Basil Richardson, Mrs. Elma Bowdler, Mrs. Fay Byars, Mrs. Betty Winkler, Mrs. Madge Hawkins and Allen Dale and Miss Tresey Stinson. Rita McKinney, Cor. ( Dubois News j Wednesday aftot i **>r!. Mr. and Mrs. ttil'.arri Alien , wore Friday evenins riinnoi Mr. David Marshall celebrated gnosis of Mrs. Pearl Porter and his Iflih birthday Saturday with j son Donald. a dinner at the home of his grand | Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fields and parents Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Mar-' daughter Miss Paula Fields shop- shall. Othf >!K present were his J ped in Benton Saturday morning, parents Rev. and Mrs. Frank! Mr and Mrs. Howard Marshall Marshall. Rodger and Valeria, of j WP1V _ ues , s 0{ Mr Hnd Mrs , Ray . Hillsboro, Mr. awl Mrs. John' Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marshall and Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marshall and Kevin. Mr. and Mrs. Willnrd Allen shopped in Mt. Vernon Friday. Mrs. Sharon Bailey and daughter Beth Ann of Benton visited Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Holman Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Art Taylor, John and Judy of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Coy Kelley of Carmi were Saturday night guests of Mrs. Loreni- Wingo. Mr. and Mrs. Trelly Prowell and Sonja visited Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Manis and family Fri- dav night. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Marshall, Mrs. Jean Marshall and Kevin shopped in McLeansboro Thursday. i Mrs. Flossie Conistoek and | Judy Cole of Tamaroa and Flora i Allen shopped in Mt. Vernon Sat-j urday afternoon, aUo called on Mrs. Rita Dopp. j Mr. and Mrs. 1 [<".b<vt Ilolman j and Rodney of Mt. V 'Tii ->n called on Mr. and Mrs. i:d^ai Hoi- 1 man Saturday. Mrs. Cnrol> n MilU of St. Louis spent the week end at the j heme of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph j vVingo. i Rodger Sullivan of Thompson- viiie spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Gale Pearce and son Dai on. Mrs. Shirley Wimple oi McLeansboro visited her mother. Mrs. Loretta Clayton Monday. Mi. Bill Brown and son called on Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fields mond Manis Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Prowell and daughters of Lawndale visited Mr. and Mrs. Trelly Prowell recently. Dale Marshall visited his j grandparents Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Marshall a couple of nights last week. Mrs. Nayda Brown is a patient at Franklin Hospital where she undenvent sui-gery Monday morning. Mrs. Jean Taylor from Bonnie visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hines Friday. Mrs. Wilma Taylor visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bays of Marion Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marshall Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marshall and ! son Kevin visited Rev. and Mrs. Ernie Tate of Mt. Vcnvn Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fowler visited Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Manis and family Sunday. LcRoy Hines and grandsons \ Billy and Alan visited Mr. and j Mr;:. R.oy Hints Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clover Page •*.**! Mrs. Inez Fowler visited Mrs. Lillile Pearce at Good Samaritan Hosr.ita! Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marshall and son Kevin were Sunday disi- ned guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marshall and son Dale. We extend our sympathy to the family of Frank 0. Cole who passed away Satutday. Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Manis visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ctvkrun of !na Sunday. Mrs. Helen Media's visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hines Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Inez FOWLM * visited Mrs. Vivian Fowler WHO is a patient at Franklin Hospital Friday. Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Manis visited Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Manis and family Sunday afternoon . . . Flora Allen, Cor. "WORRY, WORRY, so much to do—there's a siring to catch hanging •rom the curtains and a piece of paper on the desk, not to mention sharpening inv claws on Hie sofa. What's a kitten to do?" ioj Worth 50 Extra This coupon is worth 50 extra Top Value Stamps with a purchase of $3.00 or more gasoline at the CLARK Super 10D Station 1515 West Broadway — Mt. Vernon, III Limit one coupon mr rust inner Coupon expires Wed Top Value Stamps DiX 9Q ANNIVERSARY TASTY SWISS STEAK Seasoned to a gourmet's taste. Quality steak simmered in its own good gravy. Teamed up with garden fresh vegetables. Served with roll and dairy rich butter. ».w^ v >v~~>l«5 }««5>V'<5! W **** , »* , » iiiliiililllisiii Mi'v box cream •> • • CHEESE (HE 30^ Slice Whipped cream cheese mixture amid tasty crumbs. So moist, rich. Generous portion. Flavorful... STRAWBERRY PIE 50* Slice "Juicy strawberries with; court-, ty-fresh flavor. Generously covered with whipDed topping. Plenfy Of Free Parking — 9:30 To 9 Mrs. Sylvia True visited ir. Fort Knox Ky, with Mr. and Mrs. S5G George Thompson and family. Mrs. Anna Greer of Mt. Vernon visited here Sunday with her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Allan Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stroup flew to Fairfax, Virginia to see their new granddaughter Lindsey Tamara, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Si roup. They also attended the inauguration in Washington. Ray Tins ley and Ciosby Hammonds of Canyon, Texas, have returned to their homes after spending the week end hero with Mr. and Mrs. Arley Tinsley. Mrs. Cora Dobbs is confined to the Good Samaritan Hospital in Mt. Vernon for a few days. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Arley Tinsley were, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eller of Centralia. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Eller and children of Mt. Vernon, Ray Tinsley and Crosby Hammonds of Canyon, Texas. Anyone having news for the paper, which is sent in each Tuesday, please call 266-7846. TEXICO Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jinks visited one evening last week with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Green. Mrs. Rosemarie Blankenship and Mrs. Rita McKinney spent Wednesday with Mrs. K a t h y McKinney of Bluford R. R. 2. Master Alan Edmondson of Mt. Vernon spent Friday with Mrs. Rita McKinney and Mrs. Rosemarie Blankenship. Mrs. Mabel Yandell, Mrs. Lorene Yandell, Mrs. Altha Estes Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spotanski spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Maggie Zaminski, of Dowell. Mr. and Mrs. Claren •( Waldman visited Mr. and Mrs Wallace Waldman and family of Nashville. Mrs. Richard Kerry and Mrs Rudiff Frisk were shopping ii. Mt iernon Monday. Adam Pakorney and sister Helen Pakorney, both of St. Louis, visited at the home of their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pakorney. Mrs. Frances Andrews was in DuQuoin on Business Friday. Marion Skabalk was admitted to the Washington County Hospital at Nashville one day last week. Aval Schwartzkorf is patient in Nashville Hospital. Dale Miller and family of St. Louis visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jim Arthur Miller and her brother and sister-ih-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wisniewski and family. Mrs. Cecilia Andrews shopped in Nashville one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tondre and family of Granite City spent the week end here at their country home. Master Steve Massa spent a few days in Pinckneyville Hospital. Mrs. Ed Hoffman and Mrs. John Dalman were shopping in Mr. Vernon one day of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Parker and Martha Warren were in Pinckneyville on business. Mr. and Mrs. W. Pass and family of Woodlawn were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Urbanski and family. Miss Judy Pelezywski or St. Louis was week end guest at ihe home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pelczynski and sister Joiee. Mrs. Arthur Dressier of St. Louis, Mo., visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Setzekorn and brother. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Andrews and son and his wifo of St. Louis visited their mothers, Mrs. Katheren Kass and Mrs. Francess Andrews and sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mr. Clarence Barnhousc. Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Palczynski Jr. and children of Belleville spent Sunday with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Palczynski Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sherman and other relatives. Leo Bendrich spent some time in Chicago visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Woodside and son Danny and daughter Debby of Pinckneyville spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Chas Setzekorn and brother. Little Julia Ann Spotanski is patient in Good Samaritan Hospital at this writing. Mrs. John Kankel and family of Belleville spent the week end at their country home here also visited their parents Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kankel and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Novak. Chas. Setzekorn and son transacted business in Oakdale, 111., Saturday. Mrs. Gertrude Ackemian and daughter Sandie of St. Louis spent Saturday in Dubois also attended birthday of her friend Mr. Chas Dycus Saturday evening. Mrs. Ronie Rajck and children of Tamaroa was in town on business Saturday. . . . Mary Wisniewski, Cor. % PRICE BREAK SPECIAL I Whale-Of-A-Pail Sale! I Set Of $1 | 4 Pails vH Herts is a p«ii si/.rd for »lmost every Wmsr- hold or automotive tn;e. All ftintur*! spnnj; ''• steel ring tinder lip that holds shape arid adds •trnngth. ino"„ virgin poljnthvlRnc in impervious to paint, solvent, ut thinner. NO MONEY DOWN WITH APPROVED CREDiT -FREE MOUNTING! GOOD/VEAR SERVICE STORE 1212 BROADWAY OPEN FRIDAY TILL 8 P.M. DIAL 242-1101

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