Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on October 9, 1952 · Page 6
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 6

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, October 9, 1952
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6 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1952 SOCIETY With Mrs. Huym Mis. Vera Hayes was hostess to members of the Young Home Maker's Unit of Home Bureau at hrr home Tuesday afternoon. The major and minor lessons were uivpn by Mrs. Pauline Sharp ;ind Mrs. pelores Fry respectively, inllnwini; which a surprise shower lionoriiif Mrs. K,dna Stitch was irnen Slie received many Rifls. Rc-lrcshmeiits were served to 2d iitrmbers and four guests by the hostess, nssisferl by Mrs. Delores Kr\ liuest.s were Mrs. Mary .lane JVury, Mrs. Rulh Gregory, Mrs. Mjldred Ferny and Mrs. Jane D.A.R. MEETING HERE With .Mrs. Koonce The Bluford Unit of Home Ru- reau will meel Monday afternoon October 13 at 1 :.'10 o'clock in the home of Lelha Koonee. The major lesson. "Seeurinf; Space In Meet the Storage," will be given by Mrs. Emma Loving and I he minor lesson "How to Mark a Ballot," by Mrs. Hazel Jones. .lodge Dorothy BpriiltH lit M OM* ('canity Judge Morion /Dorothy \ddressed the Lions yeaterday on I he subject of "wills" at the club's noon luncheon at Hotel Emmcraon yesterday. He encouraged each one to look ni Ins own situation, lo take care of the possibility of immediate death, find to set up wills or make changes in exisiling wills. l,ion president Herbert Downey announced thai the district eon vent ion will bo held in Carbondalc November 5. A district attendance conlcRt ivill start next week. Prizes will be awarded at each meeting during I he contest. Choir Rehearsal The. Krai Methodlat church choir will rehearse tonight at 7:30 o'clock. ' X *i - Wy •V'O- y' : 7 * <•> <, ' • PERSONAL • Faitr it II In On I Id Mrs Andy Corsere and Mrs Joe Ancoiia were hostesses to members of the Junior Women's Missionary Guild of the Central Church o( Christ Tuesday evening October 7 at 7:30 'o'clock at the Corsere home. Guild president, Mrs. James Apgar presided. Mrs. Taylor Mabry was guest speaker and presented a lecture based on mission work In Africa in «hich she Included many In- ip' sting facts concerning the pee, ar customs of the various pco pies Mrs. J a be Anderson led the eta volional service. New members are Mrs. Don Shaler. Mrs. Howard Gollghtly and Mrs. Lester Plfcr. Hume Itullilen* Meet Mrs. Burl Phillips entertained the Loyal Homo Builders class of the Central Church of Christ at ner home 723 Harrison street Tuesday evening. Mrs. Charles DeVVltt conducted yie devotional service and read die 5th chapter of Matthew as the script ure lesson. The Lord's Prayer was repealed in unison. Marlelyn Wood presided over the business meeting following a program consisting of games and contests was enjoyed and refreshments were served. Co-hoslesses were Madge Farlow, Rado Bean, Dorothy Brake and Maude Boyd. To Meet Friday The Field Consolidated No. 3 P. T. A. will meet Friday night at 7:30 o'clock at which time A masquerade party will be hold with everyone invited to participate Freedom Forum. "The Power of Your Vole" will bo presented by I be Jaycees of Mt. Vernon, Ladies are asked to bring sandwiches and cookies. Lucky Diiwii ("lull Ju.iniln Davis entertained members ol the Lucky Dozen club at her home yeslerday at a luncheon following which bingo was enjoyed l'i i.-es uere won by Tonnie Ford, Ella Mae l loss age. En tin a Cox and Armmdui Hurt. A birthday anniversary was observed by Ella Mae Gossage. A |K >tted (lower was sent to Mrs. Annie Paul, a member who Is ill. Announcement was made that the next meeing will be held at I he lit of Thelina Ford on the Fairlicld road. November V2. Mrs. Ho\ Moyer was a club guest. KiitertnlnH V nit The Field Unit members of Home Bureau were entertained yesterday evening at the home of Mis. Marie Sol I is. Fifteen members, a new member, Mrs. Clarcic Tale, and six guests were present. Miss Betty I luck gave the major lesson and Mrs. Margaret Pitch- loin the minor lesson. Kv rev one was invited to attend the Harvest Festival Saturriav at the Masonic Hall. Jubilee Class Meets The Jubilee class of the Free Will Baptist church will meet Saturday October 11 at 7:30 p. m. in the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Ed FJota. K>0."i south L'llnd street. A masquerade party for everyone who wishes to mask will lie held. Each family is to bring sandwiches. The hostess will be assisted bv Jim Neal and Mrs. Chloe Beavis. Bible questions will be from Exodus 13, 14 and 15. I'iirl iripni IriK in (he Seventh DiviHion meeJiiiK f>l" (lie IJ.A.R. in the Prcsln-terian church basement: were, left to IIKIII — Mrs. Hurry UiHaKlor of Ml. Vernon, Mrs. <ICOIKC ('. 1 iarnds of Mi•„ C.'annnl, Mrs. b\ II, Rieherson of Christopher, Mrs. Horace M. Brown of Kldonulo, Mrs. K. J. Kriedli of Helieville, Honorary Regent of Illinois, Mrs. Charles R. Ciirtiss of Jolict, Stale KCK<'UI, Miss IIHou McMackin ul' Salem, Honorary Rodent of Illinois, Mrs. 11. 0. Rope of Du' Quoin, Mrs. Carroll C. Carter of Cairo and Mrs. C. R. Van Trense of I larrisbtii'R. (Mary Jane Studio Photo) October 7. Dorothy Trammel and Mabel Fulford were co-hostesses. The lesson, "Toward Complete Living" was given by Georgia Rash, assisted by Vivian Roth and Helen Lively, Scripture was given by CJoe Cummins. Mary Winkler presented I lie Chapter, "To Honor and Obey" from the Study Book "Allien on Safari." During the business meeting, Wanda Mayliold, Spiritual Life Secretary, gave plans lor the joint public meeting of the Guild and womans Society which Is lo be held at the Church October 2(i at 7:30 p. m. The film, "1 Am With You" will be presented. Refreshments In keeping wilh I he Hallowe'en season were served by the hostesses lo 21 members and two visitors. Th November meeting will be at the home of Alfa Davis. I. Javcee members" ind John Stable: "The Power of B on j Your 11 r;ic- ' 1 [alio- i Stork Shower At I'ace Home Mrs. Homer Pace of 17UK oak street gave a shower Tuesday evening in honor of her daughter, Mrs. Nellls Pomberton. Thirty guests were present. Games and contests were enjoyed and refreshments were served The guest of honor teeeived many gilts. a re II I present and en- start ing Service (iulld Meet* The Weslcyan Service Guild of \Vesle> Church met at the home of Mane Eaton. Tuesday evening, Kummcrsvllle I'TA I'n -M'iilfs Minstrel The Summersv ille p Teacher Association will its annual minstrel show lerUiinmonl Friday night, at l> o'clock. The minstrel will have a casl of women from the I'TA. The show will be preseilleel twice at 7:30 and 8:30. There will also be educational movies. The public is united. \\ elconie Wagon Newcomers Cluli Mrs. C. F. Fink, Mis .1. It. 1 loi n and Mrs. Stacy Frishy served as hostesses lor the Welcome Wagon Newcomers Club dinner meet ing held last evening at Hotel Einmer- son. Sixty-one members and guests were in attendance. Newly elected president ol the •lub, Mrs. K. .1. Curry, appointed I he following standing committees who will serve lor a six- months term: Hospitality, Mrs. F. Fink, Telephone, Mrs 1. llnncy. Mrs. Herbert Wycolf, Cor- •esponding Secretary. Mrs. Allison Faslon. Publicity, Mrs Thomas E. Bennett, Blooilmobile, Mrs Moris /.oilman, W'a.vs \- Means, Mrs. lames Schaeller. Badge. Mrs. L. .1 Stnriiuin. Sunshine. Mrs. James Clancy. Menu. Mrs. F ,1. Lindhjen. New residents ol Ml. Vernon! attending for the first lime were Introduced as follows: Mrs. Harold Britton formerly of Dallas. Texas, Mrs. .1 allies U. Brown. Humboldt, Illinois, Mrs Howard Campbell, Alton. 111., Mrs. Wilbur Cruse, Granite City, 111., Mrs. Uussell 1 larriman, Staunton, Mrs Jack Hodge, Paris, Mrs. Don Shaler, Noble. Mrs, L. A. Mylius. Contra- lia. Mrs. James Nikolaus, Owensboro, Ky.. Mrs. Bill Price. Lincoln, 111., Mrs, Jack Sanders. Herrin. Mrs. C. L. Sumniers. Beau- moiil. Texas. Mrs. Wendell Taylor. Evansville, Ind , Mrs. R. D. U'rqu- hart. Centralia, Mrs. F. 1. Winn. Visalia. Calif., Mrs. James Banish, Chattanooga, Tenn. Mrs. Harold Harper. Iioni Sao Paulo, Brazil. South America, was the guest ol Mrs. Harold Johnson, the Welcome Wagon hostess. The Fredeoni Forum was pre­ sented Weehsl Sllll|el't Vole." The dinner tables were lively decorated with I hi we'en mold. Following dinner the members and guests played cards Bridge prize winners were Mrs. Jim Wilson, Mrs. VV. M. Yiirbruugb, Mrs. R. D. 1 'rciuharl. Canasta prize winneis were Mrs. Allen Kinder, Mrs. Isaac Lambert, Mrs James Nikolaus Pinochle prizes were won b.v Mrs. Juild Noble Mrs. Don Shaler, find Mrs. Carl Blades. Altendance prize was won bv Mrs. E. L. Winn. Mrs I. F. Haney named the following to servo on telephone committee ncxl month: Mrs. James Clancy, Mrs. Wendell Taylor, Mrs E. Rush, Mrs. Barton Bridge. Mrs. W. M. Yarbrough. Mrs. A. Ciccotti, Mrs. Richard MacVV'herter, Mrs. Jack Sanders, Mrs. II S. Brubnker, Mrs. .luck Hodge. Mrs. James Nikolaus. Mrs Don Shaler, Mrs. H. M. Hargis. GIRL SCOUT NEWS Girl Scouts enrolled for the "Di awing and Painting Badge please note change in dale.. Meetings are scheduled to begin (Jet. Ilth instead of Oct. 18th as previously announced. .K + * t "Round-Up" of Girl Scouts and Brow me Scouts was a "lot ol fun" as some girls were beard lo say. Held on spearato days, the Brownies on Saturday. Sept, l'7lh and the Scouts on Saturday, Oct boor 4 th. Both bad the theme ol a "play- day." The "Hound-Up" held for registering senilis tor the coming scout .year, opened with the Flag Ceremony. Games and songs followed. JIH Brownies and 265 Scouts were registered. ' PI us is an increase over last year The greatest increase was in Bethel and Summerville Nasiin Hume Iliireaii Mis Carrie Baker was Imsti lo members and friends ol i ho Nason Home Bureau Unit at her home Friday afternoon and the meeting was opened with pi aver by Mis LnVorn Rogers. The major lesson, "A Homemakers Responsibility Outside Pte Home" Was presented In Miss Anna Betty Ifuck and the minor lesson "How to Mark a Ballot'' was given by Mrs. Hilda Melcall. Mrs. L. H. Gaston gave a talk on membership and Mrs. Anna Lee Reynolds and Mrs. Rev .a Me- ; Kee were welcomed ns new mem- \ hers j Miss Ruck. Mrs Gaston and! Mrs. Paul Baker were guests | Members were urged to attend the district mooting November II s The next regular meeting will | be December 5 at the home ol j Mrs. LuVera Rogers at which, plans are being formulated for a special lesson on rug making. Special Meeting The Womans Missionary Union of Salem South Association, will have Its quarterly meeting al Pleasant Hill Baptist church Tuesday. October 14th. UH)0 a. m. j .adles from all B a p t i s i churches ol this association aie urged to attend. A review ol work accomplished this past vear will be given by the president ol each society. The Rev, Leonard Wlullock ol Park Avenue Baptist church will principal address of •ling, ered will be deliver tills in A covered dish lunch served a I i he noon hour. A coloilul presentation of mission work on foreign fields will he the highlight of the afternoon session. .Mrs. Gladvs Squibb of Salem will be in charge of this part of the ping ram Celehrnles Birthday Approximately 3d relatives and friends gathered al the home of Mr. and Mrs Marshall Laughmiller on the Benton road Monday lo celebrate her birthday. The allair was a coin|,ileie surprise to Mrs. I.aughmillor who with her husband spent the day in MeLeansborn. A long table was arranged from which the guests were served and was centered with a decorated birthday cake. Mrs Laughmiller was the recipient of many birthday gifts. L. G. (Fergie) FERGUSON proudly brings the PFAFF SEWING to MACHINE LOCATION FRIDAY NITE, OCT. 10th 7:30 P. M. JEFFERSON COUNTY COURT HOUSE ROLL TICKETS 2,000 in Roll Double or Single Numbered Double Roll $3.00 Single Roll $1.75 MT. VERNON REGISTER-NEWS CO. P F A F ioti il oil . . . 01 home.., Willie vt illodimtnii I bul'onSol.* \ COMMUNITY REVIVAL will be held at the RICHARDSON HILL CHURCH 8 Miles South of Dahl K ren, III, Beginning Monday Night, October 13 SPECIAL SINGING EVERYONE WELCOME REV. ARTHUR SMITH, Evangelist (to attachments necessary for the easiest sciving ever with the PFAFF exclusive DIAL-A-STITCH!' Learn what over 4 million women already know — what women the world over have enjoyed for over 90 years — owning a PFAFF is sewing with the finest! PFAFF makes your home a center for sewing savings I .. 1-. «. (Fergie) I'ERGUSON No. 6 Place Phon. 4058-JX Mt. Vtrnon EASY TERMS! 10W DOWN PAYMENT I GENEROUS TRADE-IN. Perft It Sarvlc* Arolfobf* •©IW Ccuna Infor FREE PFAfF d*mcu><f ration tea's/J Inlorinnllw' Address B.v Congressman CHARLES W. VURSELL Entertiiimiieiit B.v 111. Stule Burn Ounce ()uern LaDonna Martin . . . rius . . . Short Educational Film "Government Is Your Business" . . . Plus . , , —» FREE • nr.An'11'Ti, nK.n BOSKS KIR t.AOIKS • BALLOONS tOR CHILDREN • COl'I'KK AND DOl'OMNUTS Bring the Whole Family and Enjoy Yourself Sponsored By JEFFERSON COUNTY YOl'NG REPUBLICAN CLUB schools. Eighth gratle and senior Scouts assisted leaders with the program. All were given a treat before returning home. * # * * The following women completed I he 16 hour basic sroup leadership training course Tuesday, October 7, and were invested in ceremony held at the Little House. Mt. Vernon: Louise Bean, Margaret Hrehm. Venita Cooper, Myrce (Valley, Ma.xine Elliott, Laura Foster, Fran Gill, Vera Goss, Pauline Hanson, Ivalene Harlow, Shirley Jacobsen, Jennie Levall, Kva Morgan, Gerry Morgan, Helen Page, Mary Ellen Phillips, Ethel Pigg, Mildred Rainwater. Mamie Ramsey, Carmen Self. Mary Stewart, Beulah Walker. Florence Webb, Dorothy Wielt, Lucille Vin- chard. Carmi: Rosemary Rillingsley, Bea Merriman, Helen Presley, Martha Turner, Jo Anna Wood. Flora: — Dorothy Carter, Gertrude Halsey, Lula Luttrell, Jane Markcmo, Opal Stnaley, Cora Valbert. • • • • Fourth grade Brownie Troop 23 of Franklin School is planning an overnight trip on Friday. October 10, at the Little House. The Brownies should bring their bed- fling, a'bowl, and a spoon. Fifty cents should be brought for food. Brownies should be at the Little House by 6:30 and may be picked up at 8:30 Saturday morning. Twenty - four fourth grade Brownies of Troop 22, Field school J opened the 1952-53 troop camping i season with an overnight at the Little House. I Mrs. Faye Hauptman and Miss Wanda Lee Fitzgerald of Topeka, Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. Gale Fitzgerald of Oklahoma City. Okla„ Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fit2gerald of Springfield, 111., have returned to their homes after being called here on account of the illness and death of their mother, Mrs. Lida Fitzgerald of Ina. Mrs. Otis Harper of Fairfield was a visitor in Mt. Vernon yesterday. Pfc. Dennis G. Shirley who is stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., arrived in Mt. Vernon this morning. Pfc. "Shirley was called home on emergency furlough because of the illness of his wife, Helen Shirley. Mrs. Shriley is a patient at Good Samaritan hospital where she underwent an appendectomy this morning. Mrs. Floyd Williams and daughter of Woodlawn were Mt. Vernon visitors yesterday. Elizabeth Brown and Mrs. Forest Brown of this city are spending today in Centralia. Raymond Harper of this city transacted business in Centralia yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. McKenry of 1212 Westcott who were injured in an automobile accident near Bonnie September 21 are still patients at Jefferson Memorial' Hospital. Their conditions are reported improved. L. C. Lowery of Belle Rive visited in this city yesterday. Delia Eubanks of Sesser spent Wednesday in Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Earl McKinney visited yesterday in Fairfield with her daughter, Mrs. John Davis and family. Mrs. Don Stewart of Anna is spending a few days svith relatives and friends in Mt. Vernon. Mrs. « Suzanna GaVette and daughter, Charlotte Sue, have returned from a visit to Cetnralia. K. B. Johnston, county circulation manager of the Chicago Daily News and Emmett Bordon, photographer, were business visitors hero yesterday and last night. Mrs. Jack Sharp and son, Bill and Mrs. Jack Coon of Springfield, 111., are visiting Mt. Vernon relatives and friends. Mrs. Frank E. Brown and daughter of Ina, spent yesterday afternoon in Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Willmore, • Mr. and Mrs. Paul Willmore of Decatur, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ramsey of Covington, Ind., Mrs. Mabel Cliatt and daughter of Hillsboro, Ind., Mrs. Donald' Higgins and Miss Ruth Beaver of Veedersburg, Ind., have returned to their homes after attending the funeral of their sister and aunt, Mrs. Lida Fitzerald of Ina. Ralph Goldsticker, Jr., of St. Louis transacted business in Mt. Vernon Wednesday. Mrs. Fannie Cross of Belle Rive is spending a few days in Mt. Vernon visiting relatives. Mrs. Helen Allen of Dahlgren spent Wednesday afternoon in this city. Mrs. Robert E. Towal and children, Bobby and Barbara Lou of Houston. Texas, have arrived in Mt. Vernon for a visit with Mrs. Towal's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Neal of No. 5 Lyons Court. Alice Lacey was a business visitor in St. Louis yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stephens of Bakersfield, Calif., who have been visiting relatives here and in Decatur have returned to their home. Mrs. Stephens a native of Jefferson county, is the daughter of the late Howard and Caddie Fitzjerrell Crosno. This was her first visit here since 1913. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Duncan of Yucaipa. Calif., who have been visiting relatives here and In Odin left yesterday for their home. Mr. Duncan is the great grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. 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