Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on September 26, 1952 · Page 6
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 6

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THE REGISTER NEWS — MT. VERNOM, FLLINOfS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. 1952 Register-News Picture "C'mon, C'mon—Don't Take All Day' MODELS IN FASHION LUNCHEON (Favledes Photo) Shovm above are models for the final In the series of three fall fashion luncheons, which was held yesterday at Hotel Eniiiierson. Clothes worn duringf the show were from the collection at The Mammoth, with Mrs. Pauline Both stag^ing the show. Standing:, left to right: Mrs. Alex Ferguson, Mrs. Jack Garrison and Mrs. Ralph Hart. Seated is Mrs. Koy Simpson. K'E^L ^-f^jy^ P'^S WENT TO COLLECE -Wher MeJvin • SL^; If ^"•'"'^'^ '° Columbia^ Mo. to attend ^he Sih bitf Missoun-s College o/ Agr.culture he b ou.h ha^p gs SLlTo^^^^s^^^^^^^ r--"^ '''' '^^^^^ to raise ' ZLodL. wil t]Z i P"'"*^^" help pay his way through .Mbooi. WsOt IS six-year-old Anne Waer, who thii^ toe piglets are cute. TIME OUT— You'd never think this idyllic garden spot was anywhere near a bloody battleground, but it is. It's at Capitol Hill Korea, where if afTords a rest spot for ROK soldiers after their terrific battle to capture the strategic height. Note the peaceful duck, the spouting fountain, the soldier watching a bird in a homemade cage, while others relax on a homemade "park bench." Also the Doakeshift springboard in foreground. DEADLY "L0»)DSPEAK€RS "—Latest thing in "secret" weapons Jo Korea is this quadruple rocket-launcher, devised by Capt, Albert 'j. Barron, shown standing beside it. The highly nnobile weapon ), gives an added punch to bis' Army unit. It IS nothing but . fancy streamlined tricycH. using good old- fashioned foot-power ALL BOY —Six-year-old Tommy Hcvbcri. of Euclid, Ohio, wlui 1', ;;t both hands benealli a s\s lU h eni ^ine five years ago, prosL 's r)e ens bat anr" throw a biix'bali wt 'fi enough to play With the other kids, in throwing, ne places the ball m the crunk of his arm and gets it oil witr- a pushmg motion. He can write, play the drums, run a lawn mower and want.<! a two- wheeled tiilse instead of the three-wheeler he now rides. Hi* Stnln.) Uf-lcwKt. JuiiihrtML b UrlOVV-Mri Uwjgni b,i.senhovvei gives food for her husband a quick once-over in the galley of the Re- newsboys whrwere flrTt t« r.^ n T '^•"'^^S ^'PWa pubhcan cand.date:s dinmg car Confernng with her about Ike'. '''^'l dtrr-ro!d'o<^"sai^ c^a^gn^dS Vodd^wS S""^ STAMP STARS NEWSPAPERBOYS -This postage stamp honoring America's newsboys, will go on first-day sale Oct. 4 in Philadelphia. Pa The commemorative was issued in Philadelphia i to honor Benjamin Franklin, as first newsboy, and Philadelphia menu is Chef William Maze of New York City. FASHION PARADE MODELS During the Mt. Vernon Federated Civic Club's membership dinner Wednesday evening at Plotel Emmerson the models showu above presented a fashion parade featuring fall clothes for every important or casual occasion. The tashions shown were fi-om the collection at The Morton Shop. 'I he niodels, left to right, standing: Airs. Bill Grigg and Mrs. WiUiam Schelosky; seated, Mrs. Terry Egbert and Mrs. Lhuton Fleeuer. With the exception of Mrs. Egbert the models are also members of the Federated Civic Club.

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