Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on September 4, 1952 · Page 17
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1952 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT VERNON, ILLINOIS D OUR MEN IN SERVICE t3 D Marine Cpl. Jack A. Cox. 21, son of Earl Cox and Mrs. Dorma Shclton of this city, has completed a 13 weeks course at the Naval Bfise School of Stenography at San DipRO. Calif. He graduated with a 95.5 aver- ap;e. Cpl. Cox is now serving as a -court reporter for the Marine •corps at San DioKO. He was promoted to corporal after serving only 5'/^ months. Cpl. Cox graduated from Mt. Vernon high .school with the class of 1940, attended Lockyoar Busi- nr.s.s College of Evansville, Ind. and was employed in the Office of the Sun Oil Cn. there when ho entered the .service. Mis address is: Cpl. Jack A. ,>Cox, 1287966, U. S. M. C. Depot •^egal Office, M. C. R. D., San Diego, Calif, LACKLAND AIR FORCE BASF:. Texas — Airman Charles Wendell Crallcy, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cralley. Rt. No. 2, Mt. Vernon, 111. is completing his AF basic airmen indoctrination course at Lackland Air Force Base, the "Gateway to the Air Force." SITTIN' AND LION— At Thousand Oaks, Calif., 19-year-old Barbara Logan shows that when she tames a lion, he stays tamed. Shapely Barbara, a television singer, learned to tame the big cats when she was only 14 in her California home. Before returning to duty off Southern California, the Los Angeles visited Portland, Ore., and participated in the Seattle, Wash., "Seafair" celebration, an annual I city event. . DAHLGREN Mr. and Mrs. Ceroid Miller of Chicago ieft Monday after spending a few days in the home of his father. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Delany and Miss Genevieve Bicrk of St. Louis, visited in the home of A. Schilling, and his daughter, Mrs. , Frances Bierk over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Barboe and son, Billy, spent the weekend with relatives in .lacksonville and Taylorville, and were accompanied home by their daughter, Carol Ann who was visiting there. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nim Estes Monday wore: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Osborne Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Osborne Jr. of Ccntralia; Mr, and Mrs. John Henson of Herrin, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Froom of Mt. Vernon. They all helped Mr. and Mrs. Estes celebrate their 62nd wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Lowery and daughter, Neva of Benton, spent Sunday in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lowery. Mr. and Mrs. Otho Upchurch Jr. of Zcaring, Iowa, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otho Upchurch Sr., and was accompanied home by them. Mrs. Phoebe Harper. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Harper and William Glenn of Mt. Vernon, visited in the home of John R. Glenn Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lowery and Mrs. Lulu Wimberly of Benton, visited Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Glenn Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mayfield of Belleville and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sherbert of East St. Louis, visited Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Judd Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bell of Evansville, visited in the home of his mother, Mrs. Clara Smith Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Witters of Fairfield, visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Echols here Monday. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Knapp Sunday and Monday were: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sides and children of Florissant, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. W. Overturf, Mr. and Mrs. Wm R. Nailson, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Knapp and children of Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Knapp and children of Gary, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Knapp accompanied the Martin Knapps home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Marsh of Joliet, spent the weekend here with relatives and friends. James Esmon and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Gearing of Belle Rive were business visitors in Dahlgren today. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Johnson of McLeanaboro. were bwsJnet* visitors in Dnhlgren today. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford fUplcy of" ChampalRn have vlsUcd the p«8t few days with her parents. Mr. and Mrs, Albert Edcns. Worry ot FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritoting?; Don't be embafrawKd b; loose fiun teeth slipping dropplnp oi wott>lir>n when you eat tolk ot inugh. .lust sprinkle a litUe F'^.STEETH on vow plates This pleasant powdei glvei a remarkable sense ot added comfort and security by holding olattt more firmly No mjmmy gooey p«atj taste or feeling Its alkaline ntm- acldi Get PASTEETB at »ny inia store. CHARLES CRALLEY Lackland, situated near San Antonio, is the world's largest air force base, site of Air Force , basic training, for men and women Jieadquarters of the Human Resource Research Center, and home of AF's Officer Candidate School. His basic training is preparing him for entrance into Air Force technical training and for assignment in specia ized work. The | course includes a scientific evaluation of his aptitude and inclination for following a particular vocation and career. Sening aboard the heavy cruiser USS Los Angeles which recently completed a cruise along the northern Pacific coast of the United States, is Jimmy P. Johnson, seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Johnson of 708 Casey Ave,, Mt. Vernon, 111. Johnson, who entered the service March 10, 1952, received his recruit training at the U. S. Naval Training Center, .'^a" niodo, Calif. lets you treat the fami- to party dishes often and still remain withir your budget. Rich enough to whip. Just wonderful for all mil: and cream uses. And, it always costs you les: yuft good kctchea management to hai^e a feu? extra cans of handif Things for children? 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