Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on October 2, 1952 · Page 8
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 8

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, October 2, 1952
Page 8
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8 TH7 REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1952 OUR MEN IN SERVICE Pvt. Leonard Wayne D-ivis. 21. husbanl of Oirolyn KUis Davis aivl son of Mr. anil Mrs Hurnll Davis of 1611 south Tenth street, is serving with the L\ -S. armed forces in Germany. ! at the Midwest Seed Co. prior to his indnetion, in an Army chauffeur. I\t Bierrnan is serving as a I 'hajilam s assistant. Their addresses are: I'vt Herbert VV. merman. U. S. r..">j.Yi-V»;. r If |. A llf|. Co., 8th In!. Hifi. '1th Div., A. P. O. 39, <••<< postmaster. New York, N. Y. Pvt. Leonard W. Davis, U. S. 5.V.'.VVI57. Hvy. Mtr. Co., 8th Inf. I'.e^t. A. !'. ' i. rw. c/o Postmaster, New York, N. Y. Marine ("pi. .lohn Thomas Devoy son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Devoy of KKD 7, Mt. Vernon, left recently for ("amp Lejeune, N. C, where lie is assigned to the First ; Marine Division. WAVNK I)A\ IS fie was recent Iv reuriifefl with a buddy. Pvt. Herbert W Hierman, 'J], son of Mi and Mrs Walter Hierman of Kell. They entered the si-r '.iee together HI Port Knox. Ky. and left lor overseas together, landing in Germany August J'2 They were separated in Germany, bill have recently been statlnee Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. He enlisted in Mt. Vernon August 30 an] Jeft for training September 4. His aldress Is: Billy R. Tolley, AF 17-361-561. Flight 1100. Squadron 3725. Lackland Air Force Base San Antonio, Texas. Harry Clark Keen, Jr., grandson of Mrs. L. G. Sever of Mt. Vernon, is stationed with the U. S. Army at Fort Bliss, Texas. source Research Center, and home of AF's Officer Canddiate School. A /3c Bill R. Hughey, son of Mary R. Hughey of Gen. Dei., San Diego, Calif, is presently training as an Air Force Technician at the USAF Technical School at Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, it has been announced by the Commanding Officer. IIARRY KEEN His address is: Harry Clark Keen, Jr., U. S. 55303293, Btry. A-12, Tng. B. N. ( AARTC, Fort Bliss, Texas. LACKLAND AIR FORCE BASE, Texas — Airman Cecil L. Fclker, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fclker, lna, 111., is completing hs AF basic airmen indoctrination course at Lackland Air Force Base, the "Gateway to the Air Force." HILL HUGHEY At this historic former cavalry post outside Cheyenne, the Air Force is training young airmen in the many specialties needed for air power. Besides clerical skills such as clerk-typist, clerk-stenographer, and administrative specialist, the schools at Warren Air Force Base train automobile mechanics, powermcn, electricians, teletype operators and repairmen. Melvln Cochrane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cochrane of fit 10 Conger, is serving with the U. S. Army at Butzach, Germany. He entered (lie service February i| 26, 1952 anl took his basic training at Fort Knox, Ky. His address is: Co. D, 8th Inf. , ReRt., '1th Inf. Div.. APO 39, c/o \ \ Postmaster, New York, N. Y. MAURICE E. ESTES INSURANCE AGENCY All Kinds of Insurance G01 South toth on Vlrginln Office f»h Snna—Residence 8450 Open AH Day IIERRKKT MERMAN Pvt. Davis who wus employed north Seventh street, Is taking basic training at Lackland Air Lackland, situated near San Antonio, Is the world's largest alt- force base, site of Air Force basic training, for men and women, headquarters of the Human Re- 1 BRYANT Gas H«*itina< OLEN EATER Heating & Sheet Metal Works} r Telephone 849 i r 919 BDVVY PHONE 518 FAST-DRYING NYLON TRICOT Excellent buys 2.98 Sixes 32 to 38 Lovely, sheer 15-denier nylon tricots are o washday pleasure for everyone. See how quickly they dry and no Ironing Is needed. Pretty ond feminine, they dress-up suits or skirts. White, pastels, darks. CARDIGAN SALE New loll shades 2.98 Missel' sizes Long-sleeve Cardigans in sturdy 100% virgin wool. Choose from a wide selection of popular boxy or fitted styles. Outstanding value at this low price during Ward Week Sale. Sires ALL-WOOLS ARE TOP VALUES Fall colon 19.98 Misses' tizei Here are wft, warm 100% wool Coats—very unusual at thli low price. All have hand-made button-holes, rayon satin linings. Many are velvet-trimmed, some in popular textured fabrics. Fall's newest styles. Tune in WMIX 11:00 A. M. For Your Daily News {BEST I! FOOD I BUYS STORES THERE'S ONE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD T0SERVE YOU BETTER FOR LESS Fred Lipp's Grocery L. 0. Turner Johnson's Grocery Leuty Keele W. F. Chaney & Son 300 8. 9th St. 21, castlcton 126 N. Oth St. 407 8 - 26th St - Be,,e Rlve - m Williams Qual. Mkt Willis Keele Earl Jones & Sons """I?* 1 * 11 Mauldma Mill Top 408 S. 20th St. Bluford, III. Sims, Ell. T & G Market C. G. Lang Sheldon's Grocery 210 S. 6th St, - ' Bonnie. 111. Cravat, 111. John Rorkett oix„ ni. Miller's Mkt 726 N. 8th S*. Tolle Road W. H. Hottensen Opdyke, tU. Grigg's Fine Foods W. G. Mooney Yandell's Market nlu JJMU Bole'iack's Mkt 1019 Main Boyd. W. 424 Harrison UOKianO IViKT 23nd & PerUlng Oakland Ave. Prince & Lowery Price's Market Bob & Shirley Groc. L. G. Endicott Friendlv Mkt 800 Main Street. *•- ~- • - - 1019 So. 12th St Spring Garden Woodlawn, 111. 801 Bell MILNOT or RICH WHIP Large Can RED SOUR PITTED CHERRIES 5 No. 2 Tins RED OR KIDNEY BEANS KRAUT PORK & BEANS 10 O GODCHAUX 4% f% c SUGAR 10 99 e 1 F00DCRAFT FANCY PEACHES 5 303$ I Tins I FRESH U. S. INSPECTED MEATS DEERW00D HALVES M APRICOTS 4 :: s l GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE BEEF ROAST .59 C GOLDEN RIPE Fresh Ground HAMBURGER u BOILING BEEF 33* PORK L1) «%flC LIVER 29 PORK ROAST SLICED BACON WLVtN RIPE m Jffe BANANAS 2 19 TURNIPS 3" 25' Northern Grown 10 n.. Cobbler j (f )C Potatoes. Fancy ONIONS Crispy CELERY DEERWOOD IA. SALAD DRESSING « 49 BREEZE Large SURF Large RINSO Large LUX 3 Reg. or 29 29 27 SOAFOC, r 2 Bath 4 B %| rjftHJOr TINT,TIMDIi"^ta • SILVIR DOLLAR 4 PANCAKES • made wMi M 8ISQUICK 47 • topped wHh 1 V* Lb. ^ £ t} KAR0 SYRUP L 1 Red or White S KINDS or Muaout KARO SYMU*> SUNSHINE PRODUCTS CRACKERS 26* Lb. CHEEZITS Pk 8 jf^c MODESS Pkg OLD DUTCH 2 cans PETER PAN PEANUT BUTTER . 39' 27' ...37'

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