Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on August 15, 1952 · Page 9
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 9

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Friday, August 15, 1952
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1952 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, (LLINOIS BLUFORD MAS WAHHtW, C «nP *ip«H<wH im I ' ' - .1 II M Mrs. Tillie Hallbrook, and Mr. and Mrs. Rynd Wood have returned from a vacation trip to Yellowstone National Park in northwest Wyoming. En route there they saw the Passion Play in the Black Hills at Spcarfish, South Dakota, the Bad Lands and Mt. Rushmore. They vLsited Mr. and Mrs. Luther Byars at De Kalb, 111., Mrs. Kate Shumaker at Newman, 111.; Dr. H. H. Maddox of Mount Pulaski. 111. Mrs. MaddoX is seriously ill in a Springfield hospital. Mrs. Louisa HoUaway, Mr. John Shafer and Dr. Maurice Shafer visited Mrs. Emma Pugh and daughter, Mrs. Imer Featon of Peoria, 111. last week. Darrel Wayne Cameron, son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Cameron, who is a polio patient in St. Mary's Hospital in East St. Louis, is improving and may get to come home before long. His room number is Room 310, St. Mary's Hospital, East St. Louis. Miss Marjorie Huff of Cham- prign spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Huff. Mr. and Mrs, Carl Sanders and daughters, Glenda and Nancy, spent the weekend in St. Louis, where they attended the opera "Naughty Marietta." They also visited Mr. Sanders brother, Cecil Sanders, who is a patient at McMillan Hospital, His condition Is somewhat improved. Airman 2nd Class and Mrs. Joe Holloway of Cheyenne, Wyoming, are spending the sveek with his e irents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence olloway and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth Schumacher and daughter, Brenda Kay of Rockford, 111., spent the weekend visiting her father, Mr. Walter Cameron and other relatives. Saturday night the following were also supper guests at the home of Mr. Walter Cameron and Mr. and Mrs. Cuvtis Cameron and family: Mr. artd Mrs. Archie Cameron, Myra Cameron, Junior Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wilson and family and Mrs. Leora Cameron and children. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Holloway, and Mrs. Mae Warren, Jim and Margje Warren, attended the homecoming at Union Chapel Sunday. Mrs. Mary Johnson of Mt. Vernon visited Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Huff and family last Sunday, Judy Lowery, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lowery is improving. She has been removed from the hospital to her home. Mf. and Mrs. Albert Woodworth and son, Maurice Lee; Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Minor and daughter, Janice, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woodworth attended the Hughes reunion held at the Mt. Vernon City Park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Huffman of Abilene, Texas, and Mrs. Clyde Cravens of Danville, 111., spent Friday night and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. John Kovach. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Bell, Johnny Ray and Carolyn Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bell, spent the weekend in Kentucky, where they visited relatives. • • ' ' ' Mrs. Linnie Dunavan of Princeton is spending tfie week with her brothers. Perry and Ernest Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Levin and children, Danny and Darlen, spent the weekend in Peoria, 111., where they visited Henr>' and Harvey Lovin and their familie.s. Mrs. Velma Crowdson and daughter, Osa, of Decatur. 111. and Mr. Wm. Stokes of Bloomington, E!., have returned to their homes after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Albert Woodworth and attending the Hughes reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Hill Warren of LaGrange, 111., and Miss Belle Warren of Mt. Vernon, were supper guests Tuesday evening with Mrs. Mae Warren and family. Mrs. Zelma Kovach, Mrs. Jewel Davis, of Bluford, and Mrs. Mar- Alben Barkley Criticizes Ike Af State Fair SPRINGFIELD, 111. — Vice Prealdent Alben Barkley today criticized Dwlght D. Eiienhower for supportinj; congrewional candidates, who Barkley aaid might frustrate the general'i policy aim* as Preiident. Barkley scoffed at Republican claims thf t Gov. Adlai Stevenson is a "captive candidate" of any big city political bosses and implied that Eisenhower deserves the label. The. vice president, introduced by Stevenson to an Illinois State Fair audience as "Mr. Democrat," said in the main speech of a Democratic day rally: "When I think of his Republican crusade 1 wonder whose voice it is that will speak in Washinf- ton. "If the Republican candidate ia elected, it may be that the voice that will speak from the White House will be Jacob's but the hand THE COP GOT A BIGGER CLUB Sy AiiMialtd Prtis MUNCIE. Ind. — An attorney defending a client in an assault case in City Court asked a patrolman: "You struck the defendant so hard you broke your club, didn't you?" The policeman admitted it, but said it won't happen again. "I've got a bigger club now," he added. that will be extended will' be that of Esau," he declared. This was reference to a biblical episode in which an older brother sold his birthright to a younger for pottage. • Barkley said a parallel was drawn by Eisenhower in giving blanket endorsement to all Republican congressional candidates, including those whose records showed consistent opposition to collective security measures. A "symbolic" case, he said, was that of Rep. Edward F. Jenison (R-ni.) who received one of the endorsement letters. Wells, McCowen Teams Win Again At Horse Pulling Jefferson county teams dominated the lightweight divisions at three southern Illinois county fairs this week. At Highland Monday afternoon the team of Erie Wells of Bonnie captured first place and the team of Stanley McCowen of Walton- vllle placed second. At Carlyle Monday night the McCowen team won and the Wells team was second. Yesterday' afternoon at Marion the Wells team was the winner and the McCowen team placed second. Jefferson county horse pulling fans say you can "flip a coin" when the Wells and McCowen teams pull against each other. "There is so little difference between them you can't tell who will win", they say. "The Jefferson county men cooperated at Marion to win the heavyweight pull. The heaviest horse in Erie's team and the heaviest horse in Stanley's team were paired as a team and won the heavyweight pull. Direct From 52nd Street m New York Cfty OPENING FRIDAY, AUGUST 15 - THE JERRY CARLTON QUARTETTE FOR YOUR DANCING AND ENTERTAINMENT PLEASURE Appearing tor 2 Weeks 51 Club 1 Milt North of Ctntrtlia DOMINIE GETS AROUND - Rev. J. C. Wizaes. 67-year-old Fargo, N. D., minister, stands beside the wall of license plates he has collected during his years of travel as a field representative of the Evangelical Lutheran Church. He has been collecting plates since he started his ministry 38 years ago and they add up to 650j000 miles of b;avel, 15 autos and residence in three states. jorie Acuff of Mt. Vernon, attended the funeral of Mrs. Pearl Williams at Springfield Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Williams visited in Sullivan, 111., Sunday with her brothers and sisters in the home of her brother, Henry Pickle and wife. Mrs. Williams' brother Henry and sister Mae are not so well, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lovin visited their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Rohrich and little son Jakie of Chester, 111., Sunday. Mike Tyler of St, Louis, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harve Tyler, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kaneyersky and family of Orient, 111., spent Sunday with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Kovach. Mrs. Anna Pate of Mt. Vernon and Louie Schmitz of Centralia were afternoon callers. The pot-luck supper and missionary meeting which was scheduled to be held at Mrs. Flossie Martin's home Thursday evening, has been postponed until Thursday evening, Aug. 28. The Hilltop Home Bureau Unit had their annual picnic supper at the E.U.B. church lawn Thursday evening. Two members of the Mt. Vernon Junior Chamber of Commerce gave talks on -."Freedom and" What is Your'Vote Worth." Joyce Huff gave a solo "Im Just a Country Girl." Mr, and Mrs. Donald Hughes, son Roger and daughter, Marcia, of Maroa, 111., visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Woodworth Saturday and helped Mrs. Woodworth celebrate her birthday. They attended the Hughes reunion on Sunday. Mrs. Delia Halbrook visited Mr. and Mrs. Gale Clemens and daughter, Jean of Mt. Vernon, Sunday and attended the "open house" at the home" of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Case "Jr., to celebrate the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Case Sr. Revival services are being held at the E.U.B. church. Rev. Forest is the evangelist. The revival is being sponsored by the Youth Fellowship of the church and is held in a tent on the lawn. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Holloway attended the Shafer reunion held at the City Park in Mt. Vernon in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Welby Shafer and sons of Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Dr. Maurice Shafer of Washington, D. C. Texas Jo, Garry and Sue Hughes have rturned to their home in Albuquerque, New Mexico, after spending the summer with their granduarents, Mr. and Mrs. B. M, Hughes. ;1100 ™SgT49*^ St. Joseph ASPIRIN McAFOO'S Peochland Orchard CHOICE TREE RIPENED ELBERTAS & HALES FOR LOCKER AND CANNING PICK YOUR OWN ELBERTAS HALES $2.00 Bushe. $2.50 Bushel Open 7 a. m. to dark, daily and Sunday East of Ewing to red arrow, follow arrow to Frisco, 2 miles east to cabin Please take an extra look at your telephone directory listing Nome spelled OK? Proper address? Phone number correct? New directory almost ready to 90 to prkitor The new telephone directory ie going to the printer very soon and we want to be sure your name, address and telephone number are printed correctly. If you have any corrections to make, please call our Bosi- ness Office. ILLINOIS BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY AN EXTRA LISTING HELPS AVOID. LOST CAUS For only 2S^ a month, you can have an extra listing to: 1. Inclade your name if the telephone where yoa live is listed under someone else's name. 2.. Show yoor name with your office telephone. 3. List the numbers where you can be called after business hours. Or, if you're away part of the time, " have listing with—"If no answer call . . . ." It'll help yoa receive calls and messages. To arrange for a helpful extra listing in the new directory, call the Telephone Business Office. I TO THE CITIZENS OF MT. VERNON AND OUR ENTIRE MEMBERSHIP This is Your Invitation to Attend the Tri-County Electric Cooperative, ^ ANNUAL MEETING CARAVAN SHOW MT. VERNON. ILL FAIR GROUNDS MONDAY, AUGUST 18 (mskt) TUESDAY, AUGSUT 19 ( AH Day) PROGRAM: ANNUAL MEETING, SPEAKER-EDW. McFAUL, CHICAGO GENERAL MOTORS PREVIEWS OF PROGRESS Vince Vernon, A4.C. and His Show VISIT THE ELECTRIC APPLIANCE EXHIBIT TENTS AND SEE YOUR LOCAL DEALER'S DISPLAY See His Advwtismtent Elsewhere in This Issue FREE ATTENDANCE PRIZES TO BE AWARDED MT. VERNON HomAtewn Furnithinj; Co., Inc. Th« Mammoth Department Store Featherstun Radio Sale* A Service E. F. Wialt Co. Ceodytar Service Store Electrical Caravan Exhibitors Mitchell Furniture Co. Rigg's Maytag Sales Manion Appliance Co. King City Gas A Appliance Co. Consumers Appliance Co. Mound City Furniture Co. Jordan Furniture Co. Illinois Bell Telephone Co. Sears, Roebuck Co. Jefferson County Service Co. CENTRALIA Frazier A Woottrt Gibson Applianea Co. Langenfaldt Meter Co. Fair Furniture Ce. SALEM ST. LOUIS NASHVILLE Whltlock Appliance Ce. T. J. Moes Tie Company Cunningham Electric Marien County Service Ce. Weinleins Rosa A Paul Hardware SPRINGFIELD Buhrman's MoMaekin Hardware Radiant Glass Olst. Ce. OKA WVILLI Myer* Pump Co. Kugler Eieetrie Wilk* Refriferatien Ce. Toedte Maytaf A Frigidalre Washington Cdunty Serviee Ce. 1'

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