Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on October 10, 1952 · Page 3
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 3

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Friday, October 10, 1952
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1952 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS 3 BELLE RIVE Mrs. Nora Sanders is home from the hospital and is very much improved at this writing. We hope for a speedy recovery. Mrs. Guy Gowler of Paducah, Ky., is visiting her sisters Mrs. Nora Sanders and Miss Rena Scrivner, also with Mrs. Mag Cross. Mrs. Harley Roehm is home from hospital. We wish her a speedy recovery. Mrs. Bob Huffstutler of Tennessee is visting this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Billie Bob Burke visited Monday with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Boh Allen. Billie Bob will soon leave for overseas duties. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Allen and family of Evansville visited the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Art Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Smith of Mt. Vernon 'and Mrs. Fern Pifer of Sullivan visi i d last Friday with Mrs. Lina Smith. Several members of the Baptist church visited the Quinn Nursing Home in Mt. Vernon Sunday afternoon. Rev. Kenneth Holland had charge of th eservices. Our community was again saddened at the sudden death of Frank Grothoff, who passed away Saturday at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at Hams Grove and burial at Grothoff cemetery. Brank was one of Belle Rive's old citizens. We extend to his relatives our sympathy. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Hopkins and Phillip and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Shelton of Dahlgren spent Sunday in St. Louis with relatives. Miss Golda McMicken has moved to her new home in Belle Rive. Miss Aline Ratliff and Miss Maxine McClellan were weekend visitors with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Irwin were Mt. Vernon visitors Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hampton and family spent tie week end with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Creamer of St. Louis, Mo. Ed Kiefer is on the sick list at this writing. Mrs. Harold Gardner spent several days last week in DuQuoin with her parents. Dallas Mathus returned home Friday from Chicago where he visited with relatives the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tucker, Mrs. Norma Compton, Mrs. Ada Sodders and Mr. and Mrs. Evan Smith, all were visitors in Mt Vernon Thursday. Miss Flora Johnson and sister Mell were business visitors in Dahlgren Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Austin of Norris City visited Thursday and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Horton and boys of Mt. Vernon spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Horton. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Horton and children visited Sunday in Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Curlock and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Browdcr spent the weekend visited with Mr. and Mrs. Oran Jenkins of near Chi cago. Miss Flora and Mell Johnson spent the week end with Mr. and ^rs. Jeff Grey of McLeansboro. Mr. and Mrs. T ^ouie Lovins. Miss Maude Boudinot and Mr. and Mrs Foster Scrivner and family all attended church at Dahlgren Sunday evening. HARRY A. RICH GENERAL INSURANCE , Ashley Road — Phone 195 I Insure Anything Against Everything c r G SALE Saturday, Oct. 18 2 </ 2 miles east of Kell and 2</ 2 miles south and 8 miles east of Texlco on the Loyd Murphy farm. SALES STARTS AT 11:00 A. M. 30 head of cattle—consisting ol 8 Hereford cows with calves at side; 7 of these cows are purebred, but not registered. Calves sired by registered bull. 3 Red cows with Hereford calves at side. Six of these calves are outstanding heifer calves^ and one out^ standing bull calf. 4 real steer calves. The above mentioned cows will calve In March, 1953. 1 herd bull registered No. 6282141 Domino Jr. sired March 19th, 1950. 1 Brindle cow, 5 year old; will freshen by day of sale. A real one. 1 Guernsey cow, 5 years old, will freshen in November. ' 2 outstanding Guernsey heifers, will freshen In December. 1 Guernsey heifer, will freshen next spring, 1 S year old mare, good riding mare and will work in any harness. 3 Chester White gilts; weight about 200 lbs. 1 Plymouth car, 1941 model; in fine condition. 1 iron wheel farm wagon, 1 2-horse walking plow, a good one. Clover, lespedeza and timothy hay, 1 saddle. 2 riding bridles. 1 library table. 1 coffee table. 1 dining table, kitchen table, chairs, book case. 1 Maytag washer, rockers, sideboard and small desk, writing desk, 2 antique bureaus, other antiques; 2 cupboards, beds, sewing machine, lamps, hand lawn mower, Perfection oil stove with built-in oven. Dishes, pots, pans, etc. All kind of fruit jars. Other ar tides too numerous to mention. Not responsible for accidentia. Lunch served by the Ladles of the Chapel M. E. church. Auctioneers—W. H. Smoot, Mt. Vernon; flager Tate, Texlco, 0RIN JENKINS OWNER AT A TIME WHEN PROFITS SHOULD BE MADE When Cold Weather Gets Its Start... Brokerage Pulls Out The Cork And SATURDAY, MONDAY ft fLk I OCT. 11 & 13 2 DAYS OF "RIP-SNORTIN"' PRICES-You'll Never Forget!! ILLINOIS BROKERAGE MEN'S $1.98 BIG YANK $4 78 REG. $1.98 FIRST QUALITY NYLON HOSIERY FLANNEL SHIHTS 1 AH new colors for Fall and Winter. Nationally famous brand. Sizes &Y 2 to Wy>. Pair $1.50. Special Purchase 30,000 Pairs MEN'S REG. $1.69 SWEAT SHIRTS BOYS' REG. $1.98 TO $2.49 Crazy $4 66 SPORT SHIRTS Days 1 MEN'S & BOYS' ATHLETIC SHIRTS - BRIEFS Now 25' 79c & 98c LADIES' . RAYON PANTIES 39' LADIES' REG. $1.50 - $1.69 Cotton $ J 00 SUPS & GOWNS 1 MEN'S REG. $19.95 TOP COATS Rayon Gabardines In Tan - Blue - Button Fly — 2 Crazy Days Only — *15 MEN'S REG. $29.95 NEW $^^50 Now FALL SUITS '22 MEN'S REG. $1.49-$1.98 LEATHER WORK GLOVES Now 1 00 MEN'S REG. $1 LEATHER PALM * $4 00 WORK GLOVES L ** 1 LADIES' REG. $25.00 - $29.95 $^^00 NEW FALL COATS 23 MEN'S REG. $10.95 FAMOUS MR. GREEN DRESS OXFORDS & LOAFERS Leather & Crepe Sole. Browns & Black In A Host Of $goo REG. $1.98 NEW FALL $466 nimcrp Bri s ht Co,or » 1 rUHljIcW And Novelties • Reg. $1.69 Cushion Dot Ruffled Pink, Blue $4 33 White, I Maize • CHILDREN'S $1.99 SCHOOL OXFORDS Leather $4 66 Upper * "I Compo 1 Sole I LADIES' REG. $3.98 "COLLEGE GIRL" $)44 OXFORDS N °" J LADIES' — MISSES' COATS & ACTUAL VALUES TO $12.95 — JUNIORS' SUITS *10 LADIES' REG. $1.00 FELT TOc HOUSE SLIPPERS »r 17 MEN'S CUSHION-IN-SOLE WORK SHOE $f95 Now 5 Silver Grey 1 CHILDREN'S REG. $2.98-$3.98 DRESSES Now $«)22 2 VALUES TO 29c-49c SOX - ANKLETS Now 25' Men's Reg. $13.99 Suede Leather JACKETS Now 11 Men's Values to 12.95 Corduroy Sport CI 0 ATS-JACKETS Now 6' MEN'S REG. $3.98 NEW EAOL HATS Now $^00 3 MEN'S REG. $2.49 8-OUNCE QUNGAREES Zipper Fly $4 97 i BOYS' REGULAR $1.49 0 VER AULS Sizes HO** 1 to 6 J BOYS' REG. $2.98-$3.98 ^"•flUGIES Boxer Type $^66 Self Belt / MEN'S REG. $2.98-$3.98 SPORT SHIRTS Solids and Rich Plaid $«|66 2 LADIES' REG. 29c **Yf»N PAWTIES Pastel Colors 20 LADIES' REG. $1.98 SUPS GOWNS Now 2 „T LADIES' REG. $1.50 NYLONS Slight Irregs. 44 LADIES' REG. $1.98 FLANNEL $ 4. 50 Now GOWNS 1 LADIES' REG. $1.99 NEW FALL PLAY SHOES $J66 Bright colors for Fall—Ballerinas, flaties. Medium-Hi heels MEN'S FAMOUS "CASEY JONES" $^98 Blanket ^ Lined JUMPERS '3 BRIGHT COLORFUL REG. $1.00 PLASTIC DKAPES 66 REG. 39c-49c CURTAIN MATERIAL 25 REGULAR 29c BLEACHED MUSLIN Yard 21' $1 VALUE LADIES' PURE SILK HEAD SCARFS Yard 50 DRESSES 2 *" *•» 4 Men's Reg. $2.98 "Union Made" OVERALLS 2**5 8-ounce Blue Denim. Sanfor­ ized, full cut. Famous brand name— REG. 49c-59c 80-SQUARE DRESS PRINTS n $400 J yds. 1 REG. 59c FIRST QUALITY TURK. T 0 WEE r S Now 39' REGULAR 39c OUTING JFLB AN H EL Pastel Colors Stripes Yard 25' 18x30 REG. $1.00 ».00P RUGS Non-Skid Hack llrljflit Colors 69' REGULAR $7.95, 4'xG' VJQP RUGS Non-Skld Rack Now— $JJ97 REGULAR $9.98 CnENILLE SPREAD S Now $£99 REG. $7.95 25% WOOL BOXED BLANKETS Now $roo 5 Ladies' Reg. $2.79-$2.98 Brand New WASH DRESSES' 80 SQUARE WASH PRINTS. TUB FAST COLORS — ALL STYLES— 2r»S5 MEN'S REG. 39c-44c WORK GLOVE Heavy Canvas I r M7.7.y Palm 3 for J 00 LADIES' REG. $2.22 RAIT OH RRESSES Npw $| 50 LADIES' $1.00 BLOUSES— TEE-SHIRTS Now 77" REGULAR 81-x99 BED SHEETS $2.29 Val. First Quality $J87 MEN'S REGULAR $4.95 WORK SHOES $3" ALL LEATHER UPPERS & COMPO SOLES — SIZES 6 TO 12 — REG. 19c VALUE 200 SHEET KLEENEX New Low 1 LC Price | J REG. 59c FIRST QUALITY PILLOW CASES NOW 29 c LADIES'—MISSES'—JRS.' REG. $3.99 NEW FAIL DRESSES ALL NEW STYLES FOR FALL AND WINTER ON SALE — 2 fm 55 REGULAR 29c D . L1 .„ TURK. TOWELS » inc REG. $4.99 Part Wool Double Plaid Now $^59 RE*ANKETS 2 for $7 1? 3 REG. $1.59 FIRST QUALITY LACE PANELS Now 77' Men's Reg. $5.95 Dress OXFORDS And LOAFERS Nationally Adv. Choice of Styles $099 Reg. $1.98 Seller Plastic WEATHER BOOTS Clear Plastic and Colors Child's Reg. $12.95 Fall & Winter COATS Bright New Colors and Styles. Crazy Days Only— $Q44 Boys' Reg. $6.99 BOMBER JACKETS Rayon Gabs, Qulltetd lined. Full zipper. 5 5 00 Men's Reg. $9.99 BOMBER JACKETS Rayon Gabs. Solid Colors. Warm quilted lining. Mouton collar. $750 Ladies'—Misses' Reg. 16.95-19.95-22.50 COATS And SUITS All new styles and colors s 15

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