Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on October 23, 1952 · Page 16
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 16

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, October 23, 1952
Page 16
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WOODLAWN Mn. N. C. Crluom Mr. and Mrs. Grovpr Flanagan inrt son of ML Vernon vjsitr-d with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Edwards here Saturday. George Welborn of Centralis wan a visitor here Friday evening. . Mrs. Claude Barnfield and daughter were business visitors In Alt. Vernon Thursday, si Mr. and Mrs. Andy Dixon of Scheller spent Tuesday with Mr. rind Mrs. Albert Dixon. Miss Mary Helen Owens of Mt. Vernon has returned to her home after a visit with Misses Freda and Louise Filberth. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gaskins and children ol Carbondale and Mr. Manda Miller of Du Quoin Visited relatives here Sunday. - Mrs. Floy Horton and Mrs. Gn/1 ftnskins of Ml. Vernon visited with relatives here Sunday eve- \ THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS County Produces 136,681 Tons of Coal in Month THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1952 Ming. :. Mrs. Maxine Cooke spent the jyeekend In Evansvillo, Ind. V: Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Reed of ftorento spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Reed and daughter. 4 Mrs. Clyde Knox has departed for Camp Cooke California to be With her son. Glen Dale, who will undergo a major operation this week. - Mrs. W. K. Johnson and sons spent the weekend visiting rela- lives in Herrin. • Grade school teachers who attended teachers meeting in Mt. Vernon Friday were: Principal, Fred Lowry, Mavis Turner, Mildred Laeey, Mrs. Alma Hails, Mrs. Freda Williams and Norman Gen- Tics. - Mr. and Mrs. John F. Shipman 'of Mt. Vernon were visitors here .Wednesday. : Mrs, Irene Cooper of Contralia Spent Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vomer Williams. 7 Mrs. Earl Flanagan of St. Louis, Mo. has been visiting relatives here this week. ' Mrs. Gale Bourland, Mrs. Arthur Howe, MrH. Roscoo Troutt, Mrs. K, Piper, Mrs. George Slater Mrs. Walter Williams, Miss Doris Howe, Mrs. Arthur McMlllon, Mrs. Carwin Eubank, Mrs. Homer Smith Jr. Mrs. Claude Williams and Evelyn Miner attended R. N. L. District Conference in Mt. Vernon Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Coleman and family of Ashley spent Sun- clay with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mei- hiser. Mrs. Jesse Bourland and children of E. St. Louis spent: the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Newt Moore and family. Mrs. H. Burgott of Mt. Vernon visited Mrs, wm. Rodatz, Monday. Miss Mary Lou Moore Is visiting with relatives in East St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil McCoy and Mrs. Wm. McCoy visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Howard Sunday afternoon. * Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Stephenson. Mrs. Lola Bathen and Mrs. Lettfe Rriimm have returned from Chicago where they visited relatives last WCCK. Mr. and Mrs. George Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spanglcr visited with Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Spanglcr in Bluford Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Eater and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coats and Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Feaman and daughter spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cris Gardner and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reece of Columbus, Ohio were visitors here Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Warner Clark of Hoyleton announce me birth of a daughter Oct. 13th, who has been named Diana Amelia. Miss Mary Clark has returned to her home here after spending the weekend with her brother and family in Hoyleton. I SPRINGFIELD, I1J — Illinois shipping mines produced 3,932,579 tons of coal in September, the State Department of Mines said today. The department also listed 512,777 tons reported for late August which brought the total to 4,445,356 tons. Tonnage by counties for September and late August: Christian 440,992; Clintou 9,373; Douglas 20,092; Franklin 865,453; Fulton 396,158; Gallatin 9,921; Grundy 34,465; Henry 78.538; Jackson 117,653; Jefferson 136,681; Kankakee 57,246; Knox 94,946; LaSalle 732; Livingston 460. Macoupin 125,259; Madison 67,500; Marion .15,902; Menard 997; Montgomery 113,031; Peoria 32,005; Perry 397,270; Randolph 148, 535. St. Clair 304,419; Saline 324,296 Sangamon 28,789; Schuyler 861, Tazewell 3,869; Vermilion 145,165; Washington 2,450; Will 7,820; Williamson 465,478. BRACTS) PRICES GOOD FRIDAY & SATURDAY, OCT. 24th & 25th, 1952 1 IN MT. VERNON IT'S BRACY FOR BETTER VALUES 15th and Broadway 234 - 236 S. 9th Street MIRACLE WHIP CHUM SALMON SALAD DRESSING ... . Full Quart Jar CORN No. 1 Tall Can MIUROY BRAND No 303 Extra Standard ™ JWJ Cream Style White Can GLADIOLI y A l Whole Kernel ™ # 1 Golden Can FREE PARKING At Our Store 1501 WEST BROADWAY • WE WILL GLADLY CARRY YOUR ORDER TO YOUR CAR! BRACY S SAVE 15« ON 1DOZ. EGGS WITH COUPON ON BACK OF SPECIAL 3 LB. CAN SPRY 3 Lb. Can Ungraded boz. Stokefy's Finest PUMPKIN Large No. 2>/ 2 Can Recipe Brand MARSHMALLOWSio o, <*i. Bush Brand GREAT NORTHERN BEANS No. 2 Can Value Brand—Cut GREEN BEANS No. 2 Can Charmin Brand KITCHEN TOWELS Roll Charmin Brand FACIAL TISSUE- m Cow „„ Brook's Brand TOMATO JUICE Large 46 Oz. ^Qg Can THE : HOCOLATE 'THAT'S EAT! NEAT TO Charmin PAPER NAPKNS 80 Count "J £g Pkg. Fruits and Vegetables FIRM SOLID HEADS ON OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF BEAUTIFUL CABBAGE 50 Lb. Bag Approx. Wt. 4 H • H •>«••• m -J — i mm. ~ I ™™ TKfcSn-lAKuc 4 DOZ. SIZE 1952 WALLPAPERS HEAD LFTTIIPF Choose from over 600 patterns including finest domestic I •• bb I I UUL Choose irom over 600 patterns including finest domestic and imported wallpapers . . . at ridiculously low priced We've got to move every roll to make room for* our new 1353 wallpapers arriving daily! ACT NOW! SAVE NOW! Every 1952 sample book paper plainly priced Heads YOUNG TENDER CELERY Stalk &*4C -Out *i Ove* IOC BUDGET SELECTIONS STRIPES • FLORALS • SCEHtCS PATTERNS FOR EVERY ROOM! 9M3M9* 29 ~ 39 T ° 69^ AU NON-FADING COLORS • MOST ARE WATERFAST • 1952 WONDER BOOK I J I IC I $ . W ?I PATTERNS Ref. 16c to 84c i re) See These! • ALL SUNFAST AND WATERFAST • ALL PATTERNS N4CLUMO PRICE FIRM GOOD SLICING TOMATOES 23' TREE RIPENED-80 SIZE 10 Lb, 1952 PORTFOLIO BOOK PATTERNS I* 90c to $6.00 a rod PATTMNS PATTERNS Reg. 12c to 54c a wfl my Co PATTERNS INCLOOfD PRICE PATTERNS 1 Reg. $1.25 to $3.00 1 raft The Very finest! PATTMMS INCLUDED PRICE PATTERNS log. 12c to 75c I PON While m Last! ALL PATTERNS INCLUDED ACTUAL VALUES UP TO $4.75 ROLL ALL PATTERNS INClUPfe • ALL SUNFAST AND WATERFAST * ^ PRICE * Ail SUNFAST AND WATERFAST * - „ „«. wnrwi «rw *T *icnrAoi COOK'S PAINT WEST SIDE OF SQUARE PHONE 2410 (Open Saturday Evenings) EMPLOV A COMPETENT PAINTER AND PAFEKHANGER 4 Rift ORANGES Domino Brand—In Facl_ , PURE CANE SUGAR CIGARETTES All POPULAR BRANDS Bracy's Quality Meats bom. 19* SPKIAl I DRESSED HENS Kfe -.^i* BROOK'S Old Original CATSUP 12 oz. SPANISH RICE No. 300 can Chill Hot BROWN No. 303 can Barbeque Sauce 6 oz. bottle BEANS |i C Form Fresh—Whole or Cut Up •• ' FRYERS u .55' TOMATO SOUP No. 1 can Fresh PORK RIBS u .39- SAUCE or* .. bottle /J|* U. S. Good BEEF ROAST , CHILI SAUCE 10 oz. Catsup Flavored PORK & BEANS ir e No. 303 can. ,K * New Pack Wash White BLEACH H&G Whiting 13c | JACK SALMON Half Gal.......25c Gallon 43c BULK KRAUT 2 "25' 2 lk 3S Pure Fresh All Beef Lb. GROUND BEEF 45 Fresh Tender PORK UVER Small Lean—Boston Butt PORK ROAST Lb. 49' -esh Sliced or Piece SIDE PORK u 39« Pure Ho 9 A u , SO Lb. Can 1ARD. I II $6.49 iVi Pure If Floats 2 bars /7 Mediunti Pers. Size 4 bars -J the boap Women Bath Size Regular 1 3 bars 2 for 29c < Reg;. Bar 10c La rge Giant 6? Large 28* Giant 65* Large 29« Giant 69* Large Pkg. Large 29° Giant 69 c Snan Reg. Size Giant 79 c frisco It's digestible lib. 3 1b. 33' 19

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