Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on September 5, 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, September 5, 1952
Page 9
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4» FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1952 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNOM ILLINOIS 4sK BLUFORD Zaima Kovaeh, Carrtipondtnt Ralph Warren and son, Bill, of Urbana, 111. have been recently visitlrig with Mrs. Mae Warren and family. Last Wednesday they attended the Municipal Opera, "Annie Get Your Gun," in St. Louis. On Thursday they visited In New Harmony, Ind. Miss Belle Warren, also accompanied them. Weekend visitors ir the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Martin were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hollingshead of Oiampalgn, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Martin, Jr. and children of Overland, Mo., Mrs. Ella Satagast, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Green and Mrs. Rose Green of near Bluford. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Warren have returned to Bluford to make their home, since his discharge from the U. S. Marines. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith and daughter of Detroit are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. James Watson and children, Janey and Honey, spent the weekend in Washington, Ind. with relatives. Among those attending the all night singing in Centralia, Friday night were Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Bell and daughters, Carolyn and Elizabeth, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reichman, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Bundy, Mrs. Aretha York and Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilson of Sheboygan, Wis. visited wtih Mr. and Mrs. Hack Wilson over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woodworth visited in Rochelle over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Williams visited in Sullivan, 111. over the weekend with her brother who is seriously ill. Melvin Chambliss visited relatives in Wisconsin over the weekend. Mrs. Albert Woodworth has received a bopk, this week, "Desires Of The Heart," that was written by her brother, H. Leroy Allen. Mr, and Mrs. Carl Sanders, attended the Du Quoin Fair Saturday, The following people enjoyed fishing trips on the Little Wabash River over the weekend: Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lyerla and family of Trentoh, IlL Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hayes and chilflren and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Madlon of Mt. Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilson of Sheboygan, Wis., Mr. and Mrs, Byron Vance, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thomason, Mr. and Mrs. K. Bush, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Hack Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friend, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence King and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. John Kovach, Shirley Marlow Loyd Esmon and Wilton Pepple. Mr. and Mrs. Loren "Sonny" Livesay of Berriens Springs, Mich, visited his grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Williams,* Tuesday morning. Harry Clenlenon of Dongola, 111. is visiting his step-son, Mr. anl Mrs. Elmo Karraker. Mr. Vernon Pepple has returned home from Jefferson Memorial Hospital, where he has been a patient for several weeks. His condition is much improved. Visitors in the Pepple home over the week end were: Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Pepple and children of Rossville, 111. Mr. and Mrs, George McCombs of Michigan, Mrs. Vermadel Huff of Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Wilroy Byars and daughters. The Hilltop Home Bureau Unit met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Paul Holloway of Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Barrel Pepple and children of Rossville, IVir. and Mrs. Stanley Pepple and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Maxey Pepple. Mrs. Dale Green and Mrs. James Lewis were hostesses at a stork shower Wednesday evening, in honor of Mrs. Herman Green. Spence Martin and son, Harry of University, Ind. Spent the weekend with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin, Sr. Donnie Colwell has returned home after attending summer school at Lexington, Va. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kaelin and sons Dick and Bill^ have returned home after spending the Labor Day weekend with their twin daughters, Jane and Joan, who are employed by the FBI in Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lewis and family visited relatives near Dietrich, 111. over the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Romoser and daughter of Ridge Farm, 111. visi- BALCONY SCENE — New houses miishroomlnff all^ over Rome, Italy! provide vi.sitnrs a three-room apartment with flowered modern-type Julilt balconies like these for $65 a month. ted Thursday, Friday and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Colwell. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Colwell and family visited relatives in Marshall 111. recently. They were accompanied home by her niece Patricia Collier who is attending high school here. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snodsmith, Mr, and Mrs. Forest Snodsmith and family of Manteno, 111. visited Mr, and Mrs. Carl Sanders and Mr, and Mrs. Ed Staiey Tuesday. Mrs. Mae Warren, your former news reporter, and daughter, Margie have moved to Mt. Vernon to make their home. Her son, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Warren will make their home here in the Warren home. You new news reporter wilx be Mrs. John Kovach, and she asks that if you have any items for her. that you call Biuford 8417 by Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Smith and family of Lutesville, Mo visited relatives here over the holidays. OPDYKE H. P. KELLEY Cornsyandtiit Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hutsel and Mrs. Nellie Poole visited with Pvt. Robert E. Poole at Camp Polk, La. over the holidays. While there they took a motor trip through parts of Texas and to the Gulf of Mexico and attended services at the First Baptist Church in Ridder, La. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. H, P. Kelly visited the former's son, Danny, at St. Mary's Hospital last Wednesday. Danny is making a nice improvement and hopes to be home before too long. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. White and ' Mrs. John Lemke left Tuesday for j San Diego, Calif., where the for- 1 mtT 's son, Janes, will be dis- i charged from the U. S. Navy at a very early date. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jones and family of Pawpaw, 111. were guests in the home of Mrs. Jones' brother. Clyde Marlow, last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Chuck) Allen moved to Bethalto, 111., last Monday where Mr. Allen is teaching in the school. Mrs. Mary C. Marlow of St. Louis was a visitor at the Clyde Marlow home last Monday. The Opdj'ke Consolidated school opened for the year last Tuesday with an enrollment of about 90 Mr. Johnston as principal. Bullock intermediate and Garrison as primary teach- with Mrs. Miss ers. miRD BIG MAGAZINE ifcuf Sundaif Globe! 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