Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on August 7, 1952 · Page 7
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"— MS. • THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1952 THE REGISTER-NEWS ~ MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS SOCIETY ./I 0 O'Bryant Family Is Uonorod At I'lcnic Mr, and Mrs. Charles O'Bryant and family were the guests of honor at a picnic supper held Tuesday evening at Mt. Vernon City Park. The O'Bryants, former Mt. Vernon residents, who have been living in Argus, Calif., are en route to Carlsbad, New Mexico, to make their home. Mrs. O'Bryant will be remembered as the former Dorothy Akins. Among the 25 guests attending the picnic were Mr. and Mis. H. B. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Oren McKay nnd daughter, Cherry May, of Waltonville; Mr, and Mrs. Paul Bevis of Ina and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bevls and family of Woodlawn. Marlow Sunshlno Club Changes Meeting Date A meeting of the Marlovv Sunshine Club, scheduled for August .13, has been postponed to August 20, at the home of Mrs. Ve'lma Beals. Oboerve 54«h Wedding Anniversary Sunday ^Ir. and Mrs. Charles Weatherford entertained with a family dinner Sunday at their home on Rich- vieW Road in observance of their 54th wedding anniversary. Jr. C. of C. Meets Mt. Vernon Junior Chamber of Commerce met'last night at Hotel Eimmerson. Thirty members were present and two guests, Joe Sutton ihd Johnny Perino, were introduced to the club. Jim Ranmar gave a report on Cpnditipn of equipment used in last year's Santa Claus Lane project, and plaps were discussed relative t6 extending the Santa Claus Lane pi'oject this year. Dr. John R. Fry, Safety Chairman, announced that his committee has purchased a large amount of Scotch Lite tape which would be sold for use on car bumpers and distributed free to children for use oij bicycles. LeBen Garrison, program chairman cbncluded the program with the showing of an interesting film entitled "Homes Unlimited." Women's Golf Events Ann Healey and Orvclla Wood tied for low pUtts during the Tuesday Ladies' Day golf events at Green Hills Country Club. Florence Komasa won the blind hole event and Sabra Matheny had low scratch score for 18 holes. Edith Bradley was awarded the prize for low handicap score for 18 holes while Ruth Simpson and Naomi, JE-Iertenstein tied for low handicap on nine holes. Wednesday 12 members of 9re ?n Hills Country Cluli attended guest day activities at Benton Country Club. They were Anita Grigg, Mildred Weatherford, Lorene Stewart, Lee Hess, Purnie Burnett, Nina Moss, Sabra Matheny, Ann Healey, Reba Holt, Edith Bradley, Pearl Ncal and Elsie Rash. White Shrine Picnic Mt. Vernon Shrine No. 66 will be host to the Southern Illinois White Shrine Club at a basket dinner on Sunday at Mt. Vernon City Park. Shrine members and their families from southern Illinois will be present. Jennings Circle l ^rs. John Riley was hostess to members of Jennings Circle of First Baptist Church Tuesday afternoon. Fifteen members attended the meeting. Guests were Mrs. George Hughes, Mrs. T. J. Mathews, Mrs. Minnie Turrentine and Mrs. Tuesa Epperson. Mrs. John Casey, co-chairman, conducted the busihess session and Mrs. Bill Myers led the devotions. After the meeting Mrs. W. G. Williford assisted the iiostcbs in serving refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Kltch Entertan Classes Mr. and Mrs. John Kitch entertained members of the Loyal Home Builders and the men's Ninety and Nine Classes of Central Church of Christ Tuesday evening in the private dining room of the Tower Cafe on Salem Road. Mrs. Rado Bean conducted the devotional service, using the Fifth chapter of John as the scripture. Following a prayer by Carl Mustaine, the following program was peresented: Fannie Metcalf, reading; piano selections, Joy Jines; the Brake sisters, quartette numbers; reading, Eva Mustaine. Each man present related his life's history in answers prepared in advance by Charles DeWitt, Ice cream and cake was served at the close of the evening. Gillespie Addresses Lions Club Meeting Walton Gillespie, managing secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, was the guest speaker yesterday at the Lions Club luncheon meeting held at Hotel Emmerson. Charles Inskeep introduced the speaker, who discussed Better Business Bureau services and explained some of the fake advertising schemes and fraudulent solicitations which are commonly being practiced. Marlin Rich reported that the Chamber of Commerce concession at tlie Mt. Vernon State Fair had been a success financially. Guests at the meeting were George Parisho of St. Louis and John Perino of Mt, Vernon, Jieen Reunion The annual Keen family reunion was held Sunday with relatives from many cities in attendance. Following a basket dinner, music by Lucky LeRoy of Mt. Vernon and Claude Ralston and his band from Simms, was enjoyed, j Among those who came from PERSONAL out-of-town were Mr. and Mrs. Willlie Keen of Pekin; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crumbacher of Haubstadt, Ind.; Curt Clark of Linville, Ind.; Ida Clark of Greeley, Colo.; Mrs, Millie Spicer, Orlando, Fla.; Gene Ddvis of DeKalb; Georgle McCain of Sycamore; Mr. and Mrs. John Beasley, Fairfield; Mr, and Mrs, Ray Wilson, Mt. Vernon; and Jesse Shannon of Xenia. Bonnie Unit Mrs. Susan Hicks entertained members of Bonnie Home Bureau Unit at her home Monday afternoon, Mrs, Men'-itt Davis presented an interesting lesson on textile painting. Guests attending the meeting were Mrs. Keith Stonemetz, Mrs, Guy Nichols, and Mrs. Freddie Nichols of Mt. Vernon; Mrs. Helen Bennett, Mrs. Jewell Howard and Miss Gladys Sledge of Bonnie. Mrs. Elizabeth Jefferies will be hostess for the next meeting. MRS. HAROLD J. SANDS, who before her marriage in Piggott,' Ark., on July 20, was Miss Marguerite Leone Hauk. She is the daughter of Mrs, Mary F, Hauk of 1108 Maple street, Mt. Vernon. Judge T. A, Frencli performed the double ring ceremony at ten o'clock on Sunday morning. Attending the couple were Miss Cuma Cook and Ward Scott, The former Miss Hauk is employed l?y Illinois Bell Telephone Company in this city. Mr. Sands, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Sands of Sax\ Francisco, Calif,, is the photographer at Classman's Portrait Studio, Mr. and Mrs, Sands are making their home at 1108 Maple street. MARRIAGE LICENSE Dennis Bowler and Verla Woolever, both of Fairfield. L/C Glen A. Hayse. who has been spending the past few days here visiting his mother, Mrs. Mildred Hayse and his sister, Nancy, has leturned to Fort McClellan, Ala., where he is serving with the 501 Cml. Depot. Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Bryant and family of Argus, Calif., are visiting here. They are former Mt. Vernon residents, Mrs. O'Bryant being the former Dorothy Akins. They are en route to Carlsbhd, New Mexico, where Mr. O'Bryant has accepted a position with the Southwest Potash Company. Mrs, S. B. Howell, a former Mt. Vernon resident, who r.ecently underwent major surgery at Cole Hospital in Champaign, has been moved to her home at Villa Grove, where' she is recuperating. She will be bedfast for quite some time. Mrs. Howell is the daughter of the late John D, and Belle Pigg and is a niece of Duff Pigg and of Mrs. John Allen of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Keen have returned to their home in Pekin, 111., after spending the weekend here. They attended the Keen family reunion on Sunday. Mr, and Mrs, W. H. Kissel have returned to their home in Opdyke after attending the funeral of Mrs. Kissell's sister. Miss Katie Ahell, in East St. Louis. Among relatives who came from out-of-town to attend the" Keen family reunion were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crumbacher of Haubstadt, Ind,; Curt Clark, Linville, Ind.; Ida Clark, Greeley, Colo.; Mrs. Millie Spicer, Orlando, Fla.; Gene Davis, DeKalb; Georgie McCain, Sycamore; Mr. and Mrs. John Beasley of Fairfield; and Jesse Shannon of Xenia. Mr, and Mrs. Steve Abell of Zeigler and Mrs, Grace Ann Harris of Clearwater, Fla., have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kissel of Opdyke. Harry Williams of Ina was a Mt. Vernon business visitor this morning, Anita Grigg, Mildred Weatherford, Lorene Stewart, Lee Hess, Purnie Burnett. Nina Moss, Sabra Matheny, Ann Healey, Reba Holt, Edith Bradley, Pearl Neal and Elsie Rash spent yesterday in Benton where they were guests of women members of the Benton Country Club. Geoi'ge Parisho of St. Louis was a Mt. Vernon visitor yesterday. While here he attended the Lions Club luncheon meeting held at Hotel Emmerson. Mr. and Mi's. H. B. Smith and Mr, and Mrs. Oren McKay and daughter. Cherry May, of Waltonville, spent Tuesday evening in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Davis and family of Woodlawn were Mt. Vernon visitors Tuesday evening. They attended a picnic supper at Mt. Vernon City Park given in honor of Mr, and Mrs-, Charles O'Bryant of Argus, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Presley and children, Judy and Mark, of Bismarck, North Dakota, are expected to arrive here August 16 for a brief visit with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Presley and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Rector and other relatives. Bbryl Coleman and family, who have been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Coleman, left today to return to their home in Los Altos. Calif. Other recent guests of the Coleman's were their son and family, Arthur Coleman, of Bethlehem, Pa., and a nephew, Tony Rief and family of St. Louis. Misses Emmagene Boyd and Phyllis Bradford are spending a vacation in Pensacola, Fla. While there they will visit Jack Johnson who is stationed at the Naval Air Base there. Miss Boyd, a student nurse at Deaconness Hospital School of Nursing in St. Louis, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Boyd of this city. Is on two weeks vacation from the nurses' school. Judge Frank Walker is spending today in St. Louis transacting business. daughter, Jo Ann and Mrs. Nan Hopkins spent yesterday in East St. Louis visiting David Lee Gray who is a patient at St. Mary's Hospital where he Is being treated for polio. His room number Is 310. Bob Heater Is In St. Louis today transacting* business. Judge Frank Walker, Mrs. Ida Morgan, Mrs. Zella Talbott and Mrs. Myrtle Gott spent last evening at Hurst where they attended guest night at Hurst chapter of the Order of Eastern Star. Mrs. Gott served as guest Worthy Matron and Mr. Walker served as guest Worthy Patron. Mr. and Mrs. R. I. McEfee are spending this week in Oklahoma. PROGRAM FOR STATE FAIR By Aiteciattd Prtis SPRINGFIELD, 111. — Here is Friday's opening day program at the Illinois State Fair. 8:30 a. m. CST — Unveiling of centennial symlx)!. 9:00 a. m.—Judging horticulture bee culture, textiles, biddies amateur program. 9:30 a. m.—Flower and garden show. 12:00 noon — Square and folk dance festival; baby pageant parade. 2:00 p. m. — Children's day contests. 7:30 p. m.—Society horse show. PACT SIGNED BY U.S., 2 OTHERS By A «iael<t«d Prc*< HONOLULU. — Foreign Minis ters of the U. S., Australia and New Zealand today launched the first formal peacetime system of military co-operation among the three nations. However, they adopted a "go slow" policy on bringing other non-Communist Pacific nations Into the security organization. A communique issued after they adjourned their three-day conference last night promised that other countries would be consulted through regular diplomatic channels. The foreign minister of one Interested nation not present, Joaquim Elizalde of the Philippines, said in Manila his country and Japan may join the Anzus powers soon in a five-power conference to co-ordinate Pacific defense against communism. Key steps taken to implement last year's three-power treaty signed in San Francisco was the creation of a joint militai-y staff to meet periodically at Pearl Harbor, Melbourne and Wellington, N. Z. Adm, Arthur W. Radford, U. S. Pacific Fleet commander, was designated American representative to the military affair. Australia and New Zealand will name their later. Fairfield Seeks A Radio Station By Associated Press WASHINGTON — Thomas Smoot Land and Bryan Davidson, doing bus'iness as Wayne County Broadcasting Co., have applied to the Communications Commission for a new standard radio station at Fairfield, 111, If approved, the daytime station will operate on 1390 kilocycles, 500 watts. The commission Wednesday also A nervous person is one who feels in a hurry all over but just con 't get started ©MA RUTffMI Here's * <^i«MttM«iij ^*;lfe For Ohronk} ProerMtltwkMnl How lonjT »lnc©— You've bought • new cook or tried some of the new ti^t^ women are forever clipping, ottt ol^, newspapers and tnagazltiM and tucking away to use "i<mt AH^'Z You've made the first move tKW; ward friendship with a newcomer to your town or neighborhood? You've decided to rejuvenate * room, spending more energy than': money on the project? •••r\~--':';* You've felt really caught up wltW all the entertaining you know you should do? V You've had a session with yoUP mirror, trying to figure out Just what you could do to Improvc'your looks? You've read, not just to pass the time, but to study up on a subject' that interests you? { You've tackled a Job you knew N others could do, but thought was ' beyond you, whether that job wa^ making a speech, or painting or papering a room? You've managed to get on good *>. terms with someone you felt didn't like you? All Scheduled for "Manana" a You've planned a day-just for" your own or for your own and your family's enjoyment? You've added something to your home not just for looks or as * work saver, but for the enjoymenjt of the family? You've done something for A friend in spite of tht fact that il was actually Inconvenient to you? You've made a telephone call or written a letter to a friend with whom you were out of touch? You've given your life a thorough house-cleaning, trying to weed out as many non-essentials as possible to leave more tlttte for the things you know are important ? f If the answer to several of those questions is "too long"—you can always do one of those things toj- day. announced receipt of a television application from Cecil W. Roberts, St. Louis, Mo., for UHF channel 36. 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