Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on September 26, 1952 · Page 7
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1952 THT REGISTER NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS SOCIETY Waltonvllle Home Bureau Mrs. Margaret Dees was hostess to 16 members of the Waltonvllle Home Bureau at her home Friday afternoon. The vice-chairman, Mrs. Doro thy Mannen, conducted the busl ness meeting. Plans were made for the Fall Festival. Mrs. Virginia Norrls and Mrs Lora Mannen presented an interesting lesson on "Securing Space to Meet the Storage Needs. The minor lesson was given by Mrs. Helen Newel! on "Correct Social and Business Signatures for Women." Guests at the meeting were Mrs. Susanna Horton and Mrs Lena Quinn. Delicious refreshments were •erved by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Virginia Norris. Delta Kappa Oamma Alph Gamma Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma held its 1952-53 planning meeting last evening at the First Methodist Church. After ,slx-thirty dinner and during the business session Miss Louise Williams, the new president, announced the committees for the coming year. The members of these committees then met to make plans for the year. Misses Vera Goessling, Hazle Bledsoe, and Emilie Huck, all of Centralia, reported on the national Delta Kappa Gamma convention held in Chicago in August, Thirty members from Centralia Salem, Sandoval, Bluford and Mt. Vernon were present. The hostesses for the meeting were Miss Louise Williams, Mrs. Zella Young, Misses Anne Setzekorn, Viola Harris, Margaret Ann Cummings and Worth Lacey. Woodlawn FFA Elects Officers, Plans Initiation For Tues. Harold Moore was elected president of the Woodlawn Chapter of the Future Farmers of America during a re-organizational meeting held in the high school Ag room recently. Other officers elected were: vice president, Jerry Langa; secretary, Harry Miller; treasurer, Ronnie Sides: sentinel, Blue Troutt; reporter, George Poston; assistant reporter, Dale Hogshead. The new president appointed the following committee to plan the initiation of the greenhands; Blue Troutt, Donald Rynski. Bernard Moore and Ronnie Sides. Initiation is scheduled for 7:30 p. m., Tuesday, September 30. in the high school Ag room. Those to be initiated must wear a green hand all week. On Tuesday they must wear an old hat or cap; wear an old pair of gloves; have one kiss print on each cheek; carr>' a raw hen egg and bring it to FFA meeting that evening with aignatures of all FFA members on the egg. Shields Unit Mrs. Nettie Ayers entertained 18 members of Shields Home Bureau Unit at her home Thursday aftemo«n. Eight guests were also present. Jefferson County Home Adviser, Miss Anna Betty Huck, attended the meeting and presented the major lesson. "A Homemaker's Responsibility Outside Her Home." Mrs. Vera Fazekas gave the minor lesson. At the close of the meeting Mrs. Oneda Ayers and Mrs. Kenneth Keele assisted the hostess in serving refreshments. Mrs. Clara Coil will be hostess for the October 16 meeting. Optimist Club Hear* About State Aided Welfare Programs E. H. Klein of Mt. Vernon, district representative of the Illinois Public Aid Commission, was the fuest speaker at ihe Optimist Club meeting held Thursday noon at the L and N Cafe. Mr. Klein used as his topic "Administrative Duties of the Illinois Public Aid Commi-sion" and gave a brief outline of the old age pensi n program, aid to dependent children, assistance to the blind, and disability assistance provided under the State of Ull- »ois orogram. Ladies night will be observed text wep'- with a fish fry at filler Lake. PERSONAL LOANS $5 TO $500 See Us For Loans on Your Signature or Personal Property Crown Finance Corp. 1110^ Main St. Phone 1526 JOE HERBST, Mgr. DAINTY MAID PASTRY WEEK END SPECIAL Banana Cakes — Also — Danish Pastry Hard Rolls Cheese Cake Phone 728 1011 Broadway RESTORE PEP, POWER PERFORMANCE! REBUILT ENGrNE Any Mak' IINKON'S ^™ ^^^^^^ Fidelia Class Mrs. Kathleen Kolley will lead the devotions during the Fideli.s Class meeting to be held at First Baptist Church this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Khvanis Club Electn Norman Garbert, Pres., Other New Officers Norman Garbers wa.s elect CHI 1953 president of the Kiwanis Cluh during the annual election hold at the regular meeting last ovcninp at Hotel Emmcrson. Other new officer.s olpctod wprp' William H. Myers, vice president: Clifford Fore, treasurer. Emmit Wilson, Charios Ediich and Stan Zoziara were electod to the board of directors. New officers will be installed at the fir.st meeting In January. Elliott Thacker, United State.-; Secret Service agent, stationed in Springfield, was the guest speaker for the evening. Homo Bureau Schedule Miss Anna Betty Huck, Jefferson County Home Adviser, has announced the October schedule of Home Bureau Unit meetings for the month of October. Major lessons for the month will include "Storage Space to Meet the Family Needs," which will be given by local leaders, and "Homemaker's Responsibility Out.side Her Home," to be given by the home adviser. Local leaders will present the very timely minor lesson, "How to Mark a Ballot." Meetings of general interest include the e,\ecutive board meeting at 9:00 a. m. Tuesday, October 7, at the home of County President, Mrs. Albert Shull, near Opdyke. Mrs. Joseph Schmitt director of the southeastern district will be a guest at the meeting and luncheon will be served at noon. The harvest festival will be held on October 11 at the Masonic Temple in Mt. Vernon. The annual membership drive i.s on during the entire month of October. Registration dates for memlx-r- ship in Blue Cross and Blue Shield are from September 29 to October 11. The first week in October various units will hold regular meetings with the unit, date, time and hostess listed below: October 1, Pleasant Hill, 11:00 a. m., Mrs. Eula Gaston. October 2, Lincoln, 1:45 p. m., Mrs. George Shepherd. October 3, Nason, 1:30 p. m., Mrs. Carrie Baker. October 3, Dahlgren, 1:30 p. m., Mrs. Lillian Adams. October 3, Belle Rive, 7:30 p. m., Mrs. Nina Dorris. October 6, Mt. Vernon Day, 2:30 p. m., Mrs. Ray Bain. October 6, Bonnie, 1:30 p. m., Mrs. Lena Farthing. October 6, Harmony, 7:30 p. m., Mrs. John Wiegand. October 7, Board Meeting, 9:00 a. m., Mrs. Albert Shuli. October 7, Hill Top, 1:30 p. m., Mrs. Lavin Keele. Varnell Rebekahs Observe 101st Year Of Lodge Founding Varnell Rebekah Lodge No. 296, commemorated the 101st anniversary of the founding of Rebekahs following the regular rri e e t i n g Thursday evening. An anniversary pageant was given by Effie Marlow with Naomi Bogan as reader. Blaine Marlow represented Schuyler Colfa.x, presenting the idea of a women's lodge to Odd- fellowship, with C. S. Dorris taking the part of the Oddfellow. Others participating in the pageant were: Carolyn Joyce Northcutt, a child, representing the beginning of a Rebekah lodge: Effie Northcutt, Rebekah in the growth of the lodge into womanhood; Stella Northcutt, a Rebekah working hand in hand with Odd- fellowship; Maxine Harrcll, the Theta Rho Club; Richard Northcutt, junior Oddfellow. Joy Jines, accompanied by Ruth Lowery, sang several old time songs. MISS JEAN MITCHELL IS FIANCE OF J. H. ERWIN > PERSONAL (Classman Studio) Mrs. W. Erwin of 2219 College avenue, Mt. Vernon, is informally announcing the engagf>mont of her granckiaughter, Aliss .Jean Mitchell to .lames IT. Erwin, of this city. Mr. Erwin is tlie son of Mrs. W. D. Erwin and the late Mr. Erwin of Cliicago. A spring wedding is being planned. Jerry Jordan, freshman at Denison University, Granville, Ohio, has been pledged to Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Welcher F. Jordan 1225 Salem road. Misses Vera Goessling, Hazel Bledsoe and Emilie Huck of Centralia spent last evening in Mt, Vernon and attended a meeting of Delta Kappa Gamma Sorority. Paul Tyler of this city is one of 41 men from 21 states attending the General Motors Dealership Management Training Program at General Motors Institute, Flint, Michigan. Don Chamberlain from the office of the Secretary of State in Springfield spent yesterday In this city. Elliott Thacker, United States Secret Service agent, stationed in Springfield, spent last evening In Mt. Vernon and served as guest speaker at the Kiwanis Club meeting held at Hotel Emmerson. Alvin Orton, Chief of Bureau, Associated Press, Chicago, was a called at The Register-News office today. Mr. Orton spent last evening and today in this city. Mrs. Anna Hall has returned home after spending the past two weeks in Highland, 111., visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ausby Atkinson. Mrs. Hall also attended the country fair held at The Arena in St. Louis, while she was away. John William Edelman, Jr., of Desloge, Mo. and Francis J. Edelman of St. Louis, sons of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Edelman, Sr., of 1203 Harrison, were visitors in Mt. Vernon yesterday and attended the open house of the Midwest Dealers Supply. Mr. and Mrs. George Kemodle and son, Doran, returned home Wednesday from an extended visit to northern Illinois and Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Maddox of Centralia visited in Mt. Vernon yesterday afternoon. Mr. Maddox is with the Associated Press. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Beasley and sons, Lou Bill and Teddy, of Salem, are spending a few days visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. William C. Andrews of the Fairfield road. Judge and Mrs. Frank Walker and Mrs. Myrtle Gott spent last evening in Herrin and attended the 50th anniversary of Herrin Eastern Star lod.e. Judge Walker and Mrs. Gott are worthy patron and worthy matro.i of the local lodge and Mrs. Walker is Ruth. Scores Attend Open House of Edelmans Here Mr. and Mrs, John W. Edelman, Sr., and daughter, Miss Connie Edelman, entertained at an open house party from 3 o'clock until midnight yesterday at the Midwest Dealers Supply Company, 17th and Perkins. The occasion was the third anniversary of the business in Mt Vernon. Thei-e were scores of visitors during the afternoon and evening, many of tliem fr'om out of town. The paily was tield on the first floor of the warehouse. Refreshments were served and there was an award of prizes. 1 EAGLES DANCE SATURDAY, Sept. 27 Music by EDDIE JAMES LOCKBACK PLASTIC ®) CONTOUR WALL TILE \^^l^um{}l COLORS V^ECONO/VI/CAt EASY TO APPLY Modernise your bathroom and kitchen thi^ easy, economical vay. 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Capacity Crowd Sees Fall Fashions Mrs. Jacl< Garrison gained the interest of the capacity crowd during the luncheon hours yesterday at Hotel Emmerson by beginning the final in a series of fall fashions on parade with these words: "the imagination i.s excited as we hear the names London, Paris, and Rome, but, to women they speak the voice of fashion as advanced in Vogue, Harper's and Glamous." The Mammoth Store then presented the fashion parade illustrating that "this year no one silhouette stands out alone as in the past. The waistline is only suggested as sleeves flow into the body of the garment and the skirt is a span of pleats." "Jerseys and tweeds are a natural and are no longer considered country cousins, but are in the best city slicker tradition." "Color is a fashion in itself, black ranking first, beige and gray tones close seconds, with pink shades for late day." "Fashions are easy to wear, smart and forward looking." The models were Mrs. Roy Simpson, Mrs. Ralph Hart, Mrs. Jack Garrison and Mrs. Alex Ferguson, directed bV'JMrs. Pauline Roth. Mrs. Robert Wlecke played the piano accompaniment for the fashion promenade. (See picture on Picture Page.) Freedom Forum At GOP Meeting Over 100 persons af tended the Young Republican meeting held at the county court house in Mt. Vernon last night. Jaycees Bill Weschler and John Stables presented the Jaycees Freedom Forum, "The Power of Your Vote." Free coffee and doughnuts were served and a short business meeting was conducted after the program. SlU to Be Host To High School Seniors Oct. 4 CARBONDALE, 111. Sept. 25 — Southern Illinois University will play host again th's year to nearly 1,000 upper cla.ss high schol students of the area on Saturday. Oct. 4. Activities for the junior and senior visitors will begin at 1:00 p. m. and close with the guests being entertained at the opening footliall game of the season between Southern and Illinois State Normal at 8:00 p. m. After regstration high schoolers will meet at the flagpole in the center of the campus and be taken on conducted tours of the Univer­ sity. The iMt tour will twtfln ftt 2;45 p. m. At 3 p. m. a variety show wlU be presented in dhyrock auditorium and afterwards Pr «8ldent and, Mrs D. W. Morris wtU Rtc«t the high school guests at an open house In the Prcsdent 's hom«. The annual high school guest day is planned by students, facv >Uy and the administration to acquaint junior and senior high school stu* dents with Southern. In charge of arrangements Is Mrs. Barbara Von Behren, Mt Vernon, student council member. Assisting her are: Misses Ita Lou Bozarth and Freda Cower, West Frankfort; Miss Mary Myers, Kell; Charles Wildy, Belleville; and Bill Spangler, Carbondale. 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