Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on August 28, 1952 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1952 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, (LLINOIS BELLE RIVE nmrnt MOBTOW crr ^p. Pop, 2 Boys, ond 7400 Miles in on Outboard Mr. and Mrs. Wilbum Casey and family and Mrs. Nancy Cochran •pent the weekend in Bethany visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Petty^ol and family. Rosier Cross of Mt. Vernon visited with his mother, Mrs.^May Cross Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Ratliff and Roger visited in the homes of their g irents in Dahlgren, Mi-, and Mrs. liver Ratliff and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Tharp Sunday aftornocn. Mi's. Ida Hughey visited Sunday { ifternoon with Mrs. Tillie Rippinger of Dahlgren. Mrs. Zella Payne and daughter, Shirley, called on Mr. and Mrs. Joe Payne Monday. Mrs. Lina Smith spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. I. Wallace 'of Opdyko and all attended the Bonnie Camp Meeting Sunday. Mi-s. Louise Starr and brother, in-law of Iowa have been visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Evan Smith and grandmother, Mrs. Lina Smith. Ann Chaney spent several days list week in Woodlawn with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Seburn Mannen. Visitors at the James Tucker home Sunday were: Ruth Hampton Anderson of East St. Louis and daughter, Mrs. Charles Copple Jr., of Fair View Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cartliey of Green Ridge Height, 111., Mrs. Nellie Hensley 6f McLoansboro, 111., Mr. and Mrs, John Richai-dson of Ewing, Mervin Richardson of Benton, Mr. and Mrs. Don Tucker of McLeansboro and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds of Waltonvilie. Miss Soi^rita Wilkey visited the past week with her father, Walton and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oram Wilkey. Mrs. Oram Wilkey, grandaugh- ter, Sorrita, was in Mt. Vernon Friday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Fi'ank Baker, Mrs. Dallas Shelton and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Baker and daughter spent Sunday afternoon in Benton with Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Vaughn. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Allen and family from Evansville, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boyd and son, Daniel, from West Frankfort, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Don Allen, Mr. and Mrs. James Campbell all of Belle Rive had dinner at the Bluford lake. A swell time was had by all. Leix>y Rueffer visited the C. E. Lancaster's Sunday morning. -Mrs. Norma Compton and daughter, Mrs. Ross Horton and children visited Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Niel. Jack Weems of Bluford visited Sunday with Alleta Horton. FRISCO MAE FRANCIS SINK. CarrMMX^ml CRUISING DOWN THE RIVER: William E. Collins get* ready to shove off from Memphis with his Tons MlkeV 7, and William. Jr., 10 (In bow) on their 1400-mile trip down the Mississippi. By RAY HAMILTON NEA Special Correspondent ]y|EMPHIS—(NEA) — When most father think of taking their children on a 1400-mile vacation trip they think in terms of something more than a 14-foot b at and a five-horsepower motor. But that's the transportation being used bv William E. Collins and his two sons, William, Jr., 10, and Mike, 7, in a cruise "own the Mississippi from Rockford, III., to New Or' f'S. "I always wanted to take a trip like this, anu I didn't see any nee of putti.ig it off any longer," said Collins when he tied up at I.Iemphis for a few hours. "I knew the boys would get a big kick out of it, too." And when Collins says he's having as r.iuch fun as the boys, he's convincing. « o «• * Collins, a Rockford attorney, and a Marine veter of World War II and Korea, is a big friendly guy with rugged features. He's navigating the river by means of a handbook of light locations and half a dozen road maps. "But mostly we just let the river do the work," he says. Traveling "at a leisurely pace — about 60 miles a day—they make many stops along the way, putting into sandbars for swims and meals, visiting small towns for gas and food and seeking out coves for fishing. Nights are spent on sandbars. The cost: about $5 a day. "Its NOT A DROP W A S T E D - A milk treat is riven to !» six-weeks-old South African lion cub by Luke McCsbe. senior^ keeper at New York's Central Park ZoQ.-ia-hfc takes it outdooci^ WANTED LATE MODEL USED CARS ond LATE MODEL USED TRUCKS OUR INVENTORY IS DEPLETED We need good used cars today in order to care for the needs of our many fine used car customers. CASTLE WORKSHOP — Edda Dlerkes. tl, fennerfr SASrml;. Princess Edd. so Erbach-Schoenberf. works on Jew- It^toToWsSih XShV^^ her parentscastle near Benshelm.. Mrs. Helen Thompson of New York, died July 30, at 2 o'clock. She was the wife of George Thompson. Burial was in New York. She was the daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. R. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Duckworth and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Rawleigh Duckworth, visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Duckworth of Chicago. Allen Dale Richardson, who recently returned home from the hospital is very much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cox and family were recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Ora Lee Cox of Ottawa, III. Mr. and Mrs. Orvey Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Warren and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Sink and family and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown and daughter of Grayville, attended a picnic at New Harmony, Ind., and visited the museum there. The Frisco community was shocked and saddened by the tragic death of Nannie Warren. She died early Monday morning from self-inflicted shotgun wounds. She leaves two brothers, Aaron and Joe Warren. The funeral was held last Wednesday at 11 o'clock at Frisco. Bro. Burcel Page officiated at the funeral. Interment was in the Phillips cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Caton, Jr. of Dixon, 111., visited over the weekend with relatives and friends here: Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Sink, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Sink, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Boyer, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardson, and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Williams. Donald Richardson underwent an operation Friday morning at a Mt. Vernon hospital and is getting along well. Donald was injured in a car wreck on July 4th, in which his nose was broken. The opera'tion was for the purpose of correcting a condition in his nose and other minor ailments. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Sink visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Drennan. They also visited Donald, who is in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Zinzielieta and son were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Benton Stewart. Mrs. Ethel Smothers and daughter of Benton, visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Boyer. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Neal made a trip to Danville last week. Mr. and Mrs. Norb Kolowski and family of Milwaukee, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Edd Keener of Bis­ marck. N. D., were recent visitors iwith Mr. and Mrs. Seborn Neal and other relatives. Pickers and workers for the grading and packing of peaches .helped harvest the fine crop at the McAfoos Peachland Orchards. People have been coming from many miles away to get some of the peaches. Bob Sherman and Ray Fuller of Broughton, are the peach inspectors this year. When the orchard open for various fruits, it is like watching people going to the fair. Mrs. Mary Burch, Mrs. Lucy Payne and Mrs. Bessie Kearney, assisted Edith Warren in canning peaches last week. LEGAL HOTICi NOTicu or cuxim nxv ! Notice l» h«r«by' persons that Monditst, OqtODOr i»52. Id th( claim diit« tn th* «»!^t«%. of Ambrose B. .Haraht>srK«r. IHwVif ceased, pandlnt? «n tU* COttnty Cotf»M|. ot Jofforaon County, ItUtiola, aftf^ that claims may bo tlUd MKainst'" * the said estate on or botore sara'' date without Isswancu of ,»iJmraoai, IIOOBR Bt. WWBB, ': Administrator. LOU ANN DORPTKV, r*. Attorney 3tO North Tth Street Mt. Vernon, Illinois. S -11 • . , "IS'.":' Spme sapphires—called "fancy ^ sapphires" — are yellow, violet, green and orange. T. B. RUSSELL AUCTIONEER Land, Furniture, Farm. Phone Mt V. 127. 170 Hcvleton. Sat- Isfaction e:uaranteed. All sales »-oadcast over WMIX. cheap." says Collins, "I recommend it for anybody." Collins says nearly all the river folk they've met remember the 1951 voyage of the two boys and two girls aboard the raft Le- thargia. "Many who've given, us helpful advice also helped the Lethargia along," he said. The stopover in Memphis was for motor repair, lunch, haircuts and two T-shirts for the boys. 'Our wardrobe is pretty light— in fact, we're wearing it," Collins explained. "But you don't need much else besides swimming trunks." Collins puts a lot of responsibility in his sons. He says they've learned enough about boating to make the trip alone. All three are pretty good swimmers. '^he boys worship their father. And you can't blame them. How many other father.= have gone on a 1400-mile rive • trip in an open boat with their sons? 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The Ambassadors of Centrolid, III. Tickets Will Be Available at the Door Doors Open at 6:30 For Advance Ticket Order—Call C. O. LOWERY, Phone 5163, Centralia, IIL I MT. VERNON TIRE SERVICE 12th&BdWy SEE STAN "THE TIRE MAN" Phone 2442 Remember—V. S. Royals Are Guaranteed for the Life of the Tread We are interested only in GOOD CARS. We will pay you top market price, if in good condition, in trade on any of our new cars. Bring Your Cor in for Appraisal SEE and DRIVE The Exciting Kew 1952 Dodge or Plymouth DEWITT-MAXEY MOTOR CO. INC. 318-20 S. lOth St.—-Phone 71 S—Mt. Vernon, III. 4 true wi PATTERS ON-SARGE NT FLATLUX THE WONDER ONE-COAT WALL PAINT MADE WITH OIL! GALLON Don't miss this greatest of all buys in wall paint. Available in gorgeous new shades, madc-with-oil Flatlux rates first choice with style-minded women. Easy to apply and economical to buy, beautiful new Flatlux colors can make rooms charming in no time at ail. See them today! 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