Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on October 2, 1952 · Page 5
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 5

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, October 2, 1952
Page 5
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1952 — THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS Illinois Has Big Gain in Oil Production By Aiioclittd Prist TULSA, Okla.—As many of the nation's petroleum areas lost as gained during the week ended Sept. 27, but the daily average of crude oil and condensate eased up 1,625 barrels to another record high of 6,508,475 barrels, The Oil and Gas Journal reported today. The Journal figured the year's cumulative output at 1,664,065,400 barrels compared with 1,654,975,800 at this time in 1951. Biggest boost of the week was Wyoming's 6,000-barrel jump to 196,000 barrels. Illinois advanced 2,800 barrels to 168,000 and Colorado added 1,700 to 88,900. Other increases were in Oklahoma, up 900 barrels to 535,100; Montana, 500 to 26,000; Arkansas, 400 to 75,850; Michigan, 300 to 33,400; New Mexico 200 to 164,850; and Florida, 25 to 1,600. Major loser was Kansas, off 7,500 barrels to 349,200. North Dakota dropped. 1,300 to 6,500, and Louisiana fell 1,050 to 669,125. Declines also were reported for California, down 700 barrels to 984,600; Indiana and Utah, each off 2 to 34,000 and 4,800, respectively; and Mississippi, 50 to 95,700. One hundred-barrel drops occurred in Kentucky, to 32,000 barrels, and Nebraska, to 8,000. Production was unchanged in Alabama, ,900 barrels; the Eastern fields, 58,000; and Texas, 2,973,950. MARLOW Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beal and family attended the homecoming at the First Free Will Baptist church in Mt. Vernon Sunday. Miss Marilyn Atchison of Vienna visited Saturday evening with her cousins Gary and Deanna Beal. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Malcolm and daughter Theresa Diane spent the past week touring through the south. Also visited with Junior Karsh and Darrell Smith who are in the Air Force and stationed at Biloxi, Miss. The Union Grove Association will convene at Concord Church Oct 3-4 and 5th. M. and Mrs. Loyd Purcell and Connie spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. C. F. Smith. Rev. and Mrs. Clyde Brown and Mr. and Mrs. George Standerfer and daughters and Katherine Mo- lenhour spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. John Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wolfe and Timmy visited Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. J. R. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shelton and Jackie visited in St. Louis, Mo Saturday with their granddaughter, Terry Shelton who is a patient at the Children's Hospital. Mrs. Tillie Gregory and daugh ters, Anna Ruth and Marie, and Helen Young spent Sunday in Evansville, Ind. Mrs. Roma Clemins and hoys spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sandy and family of Opdyke. Those who attended the house warming at the M. L. Strickland home Saturday evening were: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Molenhour and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lane and family, Rev. and Mrs. Gene Dye, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moore, Rev. and Mrs. Clyde Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Brookman and children, Mr. and Mrs. George Standerfer and daughters, Richard Scott and Billie Jo and Becky Standerfer. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Noren of Mt. Vernon visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williams. Mrs. Nellie Laird and Mrs. Bonne Nell Smith of Mt. Vernon spent a few days the past week with Mr. and Mrs. George Clifton. MACHINERY AUCTIONS Sales will be held the second and fourth Thursday of each month. Next sales THURSDAY, OCT. 9th Thursday, October 23rd Beginning Promptly at 11:30 (CST) Located one mile south of intersection 50 and ISO at OLNEY, ILLINOIS — TRACTORS — Of All Makes and Sizes Both New and Used A large selection of CORN PICKERS, one and two row, pull type and mounted. New and used. Several COMBINES; PLOWS; DISCS; WAGONS; ELEVATORS; HARROWS AND DRILLS. PRACTICALLY ALL TYPES OF MACHINERY THAT IS USED ON THE FARM. Our sales are attracting many new buyers and consignors every two weeks. However, we could not supply the demand for Drills and Tractors at our last sale. We have a good machine to help you load and unload machinery at no extra cost. If at all possible, have your machinery here well in advance of each sale. Phone 383 -M Olney, for further Information. Machinery for sale at all times. Remember, our sales will be held the second and fourth Thursday of each month, and we cordially invite you to them. LUNCH SERVED. TERMS: CASH ILLINOIS MACHINERY MARKET "Center of Population" OLNEY, ILLINOIS AUCTIONEERS JOHN W. McKINNEY 140 N. Camp St., Olney, Illinois ALVIN A. RICHEY, Claremont, Illinois A EVERYONE'S INVITED 2-Day Event at Ms Shoe Friday, Oct. 3rd— Open 9:00 a. m. 1 Saturday, Oct. 4th AL'S SHOE STORE -1003 Broadway- DISTINCTIVE SHOES 'OR Mil kFTER WEEKS of preparation . . . Complete remodeling . . . Al's coming to Mt. Vernon—Come in and see our beautiful ne.w store, meet our friendly, experienced shoe fitters, try on a pair of our nationally-famous, high quality shoes. Here's a comfortable, modern footwear center for men, women and children . . . with a fine selection of top leathers, expert designs, skilled craftsmanship executed by the world's largest manufacturer of shoes. We're here to give you the best in service, the best in footwear ... at priceBthat fit your family budget. Remember the Place . . . Al's Shoe Store You'll Never Forget the Service . . . FOR MEN ONLY Your key to smart footwear. Watch for the eirls In the shoe box. They have a valuable key for you. Attendance Prize Rogers Silverware Set Some lucky person will walk away each day . . . FRIDAY and SATURDAY, with a set of NATIONALLY FAMOUS ROGERS BROS. SILVERWARE. Nothing to buy . . . Just attend our opening . . . and you may be the winner. Another good reason why It pays to shop st AL'S SHOE STORE. See this silverware on display when you come In. HEY KIDS ... You older kids too—free gas filled balloon during Al's Grand Opening—Come in and get yours! 'WML IHOEI / 'Les' as he is known to his many friends in and around Mt. Vernon will be our store manager. He has lived in Mt. Vernon all his life and has been in the shoe business since graduating from the Mt. Vernon Township High School. tet' would appreciate seeing all old and new friends here at his new store. FREE GIFTS TO ALL For FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY! Personality Nylons • Reg. 1.19 Value • 51 Gauge, 15 Denier • New Fall Shades • First Quality • Full Fashion • Not Irregulars 3 PAIR

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