Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on October 8, 1952 · Page 8
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8 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1952 Weather By Associated *Ve>;» Generally fair and rather cool weather was 1 ho outlook again today for most ol thr r;istrrn half of the countr\. Fairly mild weather continued in ( IK - Far Western states. Some ujnmiMK the way for the Midwest after several days of an o»i 11 y Ortnlmr cool spell. The warmci air extended from the nockn.s i /i the Mississippi River and headed eastward. However early inoimnn (i -m[>eraliires were below lieezmc, in some North Central ureas. emiler today along and (hill coasts, the NI'H Filmland H«rls ol the South CARNIVAL By Dick Turner It also u.is tin Atlantic Shoueis hit states and in east. THIS \\ I ATIIKK FI.SIAV (,'hicHK". part elniid\ Cincinnati, i iear Cleveland, pail cloudy Detroit, pal t cloudy Indianapolis, clear Memphis, purl cloudy Milwaukee, clear DPS Moine.-,, pari cloudy Kansas City, clear Mpls.-St. I'aul, part cloudy Omaha, clear St. Louis, clear Atlanta, cloudy Boston, part cloud-, Miami, cloudy New York clear Ft. Worth, clear New Orleans, rlenr Denver, clear Helena, pari cloudy Phoenix, clear Los Angeles, clear San Francisco, cloudy Seattle, cloudy IIIKI: r >:t .">.") .",(1 51 51 :i5 :so 1 '1 55 5 (1 '}•> :\o 1 'J 1 *\ :vi 'M 1.) •Ill 58 . *'\ •Ki :i.'i 5 (1 70 ?,\ 55 C >7 •11 85 •15 Ci ,'l •15 Ci .'l -10 (15 •IK (111 :i7 71! ?8 117 11! 71 51) TJ. 5-1 12 51 KEllL NEWS MRS. LAWRENCE McDANICL, Car. Mrs. Gene MclJaniel and Mrs. Buck McDiiniel and Vickie spent Monday with Miss Ruth Whltloek of Dix.' Mr. and Mrs John Roo/er and Judy, Ray and Joe visited Sunday night. In the Lawrence McDaniel home. Mr. and Mrs. Loren l.euly and «on David of Belleville, spent two days this week with their parents Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Leuly and Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Ferguson. Several from this vicinity attended the pie supper at Field School. There was u good'crowd. Mrs. John Boozer and Joe and Lawrence McDaniel have been picking corn for Roy Charlton and Jesse Randy this week. Dal Ferguson had word from his sister Mrs. Venetia Coleman, who Is in the Dixon Hospital, that she was slowly Improving. Nelson Lilteral has been on the xick list this week. Also Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Purdue. Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Mount says their son Hurley Jr. or (Bud) Is still in camp in North Carolina. He wrote them that several of his buddies bad been sent across and he was expecting to be soon. Mr. and Mrs. Merril Purdue and Miss Evelyn Simmons motored to Tennessee this week-end. Mrs. Oscar Tale is spending n lew days with her son Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tate. She Is making her home this winter with her daughter Mrs. Wayne Davis of Centralia. Alison and Ross Ferguson of Herrln, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jackson and two children of Marion, visited Sunday with their brother and uncle D. A. Ferguson and family. "Oh, he'» not my brother! He's a neighbor boy wa let do odd jobs around the house to earn spending money!" TEXICO Mrs. Mac Warren, Margie and Jim of Ml. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Jackson and Sarah Mac, George Higgs and Mrs. Lila Riggs, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shnfor and sons. Monlie Clayborne and Fdith Roberts spent the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Osborn. Anita McKinncy is able to be- up and around now. The pie supper at. Field School last Friday night was well attended by a large crowd. Fvery- thlng sold good. A good lime was had by all that attended. Linda Lou Green spent Saturday night with Virginia Hinders. Virginia Hinders and Hetty Joyce Beal spent Sunday with Linda Lou Green. Eula Osborn, Emily Menders, Clarice Tate, Imogene Gorlinc, Alice Wlmberly. Martha Kcelcr, Holly Price, Veda Parker, Marie Sollis, Bessie Frasier, Maude Sollis and Rita McKinncy at (ended the Democratic women's luncheon Monday evening in Ml. Vernon. The Panther Folk Church arc refinlshing the inside of their church and held their week-end services In the new Field School. The little son or Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Compton of St. Louis, spent the past week with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hails. Mrs. Nettie Myers Is back in ANNOUNCING REOPENING OF RILEY'S MARKET 1310 S. 12th Wed., Oct. 8,1952 J. 0. Riley OLEN EATER Heating - Sheet Metal Shop 84)8 S. 17 th Res. 11)14 Oiisny Phono 840 Guttering Coal —- Oil — Gns Heating Flora, alter visiting for several weeks in the northern part of the slate with her children. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Whitson of Chicago base moved back to our community. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Whitson and son flex spent the week-end with Mrs. Allie Whit lock. Mr. J. O. Campbell spent Sunday in Champaign witli his daughter Juanata. Joan Simmons spent the week end wilh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Farl Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Nesmlth and son of Shirley, 111. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ncsmith and son of Robinson, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Whit lock. Mrs. Whit lock lias just returned home Ironi liloomington where she was in the eye clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Osborn and Montie Clayborne and Edith Roberts visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Harold McKinncy. Mr. and Mrs. Beau Johnson of While City, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tate. DIXON CLAIMS GOP PLEDGED TO CUT TRUCK FEES Democrat Says New York Truckers Jeer Stevenson Transcribed Talk. By Associated Prfis JACKSONVILLE, III. — Sherwood P. Dixon, declared Tuesday the "Republican party in Illinois has pledged secretly" to lower the increased truck license fees enacted in 1.951. The Democratic nominee for governor said in a campaign talk that transcribed remarks of Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson on highway construction drew jeers Monday from a truckers' audience in New York. "When they jeer at the highway improvements wrought by the Ste- venson-Dlxon administration in Illinois, they are really saying— 'let the private car owners pay for the, Illinois roads without paying their share of the reconstruction costs," Dixon asserted. "The Republicans were cheered by the truckers," he added. "This is because the Republican party in Illinois has pledged secretly to the truck lobby to change the present law and shift the burden back onto the taxpayers." Record Vote Registration By Associated Press BELLEVILLE 111.— An all-lime high voter registration of 120,635 has been recorded in St. Clair Adopted Korean Enters College; Gl "Dad" Is Killed By Associated Press MORGANTOWN, W. Va. — Insoo Skippy Kwak, 19, formerly of Korea, is a freshman at the West Virginia University. The gate to a university education and maybe a degree in medi cine was opened to Skippy seven years ago when he met Sgt. Gus Farr of Hinton, W. Va. A forlorn little waif of 12, Skippy was sitting by a roadside in the rain when Gus first saw him in Korea. Skippy became Gus' mas cot. Gus ordered books from home and began teaching English to the youngster. In a couple of years Farr sent Skippy home to Hinton, joined him there later and completed formal adoption of the youth. Skippy went on to school. Gus re-entered service and was killed last, month fighting to free the native country of his adopted son. TEMPERATURES Rockford 47 30 Moline 45 25 Peoria 46 26 Quincy 53 28 Rantoul 49 25 Springfield 51 25 Vandal ia 55 24 CHURCHES Scott Field 56 32 [ Arthur Smith. RICHARDSON HILL REVIVAL A community revival will be held at the Richardson Hill Church 3 miles south of Dahlgren 111., beginning Monday night, October 13. Special singing. Evangelist Rev. HARRY A. RICH GENERAL INSURANCE Ashley Road — Phone 195 I Insure Anythlnc Against Hverythlnu County for the Nov. 3 election. County Clerk Elmer Touchette expects the total to be more than 130,000 when rural registrations arc county. Registration closed Monday. Way to Relieve Itchy Pimples When your skin Is Irritated with pimples, red blotches and other skin blemishes, ana you're crazy with Itching torture, hcies fast relief Get a 40c box of Peterson's Olntmer' at your druggist and apply this soothing balm Promptly -elieves smnrtlni/ and Itching Your skin looks better fc s better Money back If not delighted NEAL BROTHER? ROOFING COMPANY Genuine Ru-Ber-Oid Hoofing, Siding & Rockwool Innulntlon Office: Mt. Vernon, 111. 24" ANNIVERSARY SALE $1.50. Off of Our Everyday Low Prices on Y0LTA BATTERIES i 'Xninplc: 45 plutc, 24 month, group 1, Yolln Itcguhirly Kxcli.—SALE TRICK $10.80 KXCIIAM.K QUANTITY LIMITED—COME EARLY ENDS SATURDAY, OCT. II EGYPTIAN BATTERY Try Vn for That Used Tire or Tube You Need MAURICE E. ESTES INSURANCE AGENCY All Kinds of Insurance 001 South 10th on Virginia Office Ph. 3503—Residence S450 Open All Day Saturday Dr. Whitaker first National Bank Bid*. Phone 1022 DENTIST Call 4407 DITCH DIGGING By Machine Jeep-A-Trench Phone 1775-J Jabo Anderson, Operator JUST LIKE THE GOOD OLD DAYS I Enjoy this 90 PROOF STRAIGHT BOURBON PUBLIC SALE Saturday, Oct. 11,1952 At 1 P. M. I will sell the following property nt my fnrin located 2 nil. northi-nM of Ml. Vernon on the Tollo Kouri. "The Bourbon Buy of the Gtnbaf 10—DAIRY COWS— 1 2-yr.-oIil Guernsey cow, be fresh by day of sale. I 2-yr.-old Guernsey, been fresh 6 weeks. 1 Guernsey cow, coming; H >r. old. 1 Guernsey cow, coming 8 yr. old. I Guernsey «t Jersey cow, coming 3 yr. old. ! Guernsey cow, conihiR 8 yr. old. 1 Guernsey & Swiss, coming. 3 yr. old. 1 Guernsey cow, coming 8 yr. old. 1 Guernsey cow, coming 8 yr. old. I Black cow, 9 yrs. old. These cows have all freshened late and giving a good flow of milk. All are. state tested and artificially. 1 5-can milk cooler, U«MM ! S months. TERMS OK SALE: CASH R. C. HENS0N OWNER BRAD HENSON, Auctioneer JOE ROSTOLLAN, Clerk Not Kceponilble (or Accident* Keep plenty of ice-rJold Coca-Cola on hand —ready {or all the family to enjoy. Serve ice cold right in the bottle. • OTTtID UNDII AUTHORITY OF THI COCA-COIA COMPANY IV COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. — 1129 Broadway — Phone 202 "Coli"/i a r*ght»r*d IroJt-timi, © 1932, Tift COCA-COIA COMPAMT Just taste agree it's... OLD SUNNY BROOK BRAND KENTUCKY BLENDED WHISKEY CONTAINS 65% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS • THE OLD SUNNY BROOK COMPANY, LOUISVILLE, KY. = « *«8WS8Si > s ' ' '> * * w ^ "• Cosh CLEARANCE Carefully Inspected and Fully Reconditioned Unconditionally Guaranteed •Famous Makes*Nearly New*Partly Worn Cash is the key to the biggest bargain in safe, sound TIRE MILEAGE IN TOWN! Quantity is limited so come early for best selection BRAND NEW TAKE-OFF TIRES Famous Brands Fully Guaranteed LIGHT TRUCK TIRES Famous makes taken off new tracks and replaced with new U S. Royals. Some haven't gone a mile. Recapped and repaired tires ready to roll. up to OG07 0,f Zw /0 new tire 70% prices off new tire prices MT. VERNON TIRE SERVICE 12th & Bdwy SEE STAN "THE TIRE MAN" Phone 2442 Remember—U. S. Royals Are Guaranteed for the Life of the Tread

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