Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on October 23, 1952 · Page 20
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 20

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, October 23, 1952
Page 20
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fHE REGISTER-NEWS — MT VERNOM ILLINOIS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1952 Register-News Picture Page BAPTISTS BAPTIZE IN POND —This is a picture of a Park Avenue Baptist Church baptizing service in a pond on the Tolle road In 1931, before the modern church ImlJdiriK and baptistry on Park avenue were constructed. The Rev. Cyrus Maulding, pastor, stands in the pond with one of the candidates for Immersion. This picture is from Mrs. Roy Stout'8 collection. TRUCKS WAITING TO UNLOAD of 'Mt. Vernon. CORN- -Trucks line up three abreast to wait their turn to unload corn at the Stewart Grain Elevator, south (Mary Jane Studio Photo) PER CENT OF NON-WHITE IN STATE POPULATION DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MAJOR PARTY VOTE IN 1948 in IONS wti$\ MO. <«0 DEL (R) ILL (D) MICH. (R) • I PENN. (R) CALIF. (D) OHIO (0) N. J. (R) IND. (R) CONN. (R) NEGRO VOTE A MAJOR TARGET —Although other issues have shoved civil rights into the background, -veteran political observers believe the .Negro vote may be a prime factor in the coming election- Newschart above shows in what states'the vote is crucial this yea*. The percentage of nonwhites in each state is, greater than the difference between the major parties vote in each state. By going to one party or the other these 11 states with 232 electoral votes may be able to swing the «*r rtifw _to_tfae GOP or Democrats. The symbols (R) and (D) jni^-^i T^UT Ute state .fiwmhtitan «r Jpamagat ippJBd^ QUARTETTE IN ALL-SCHOOL VARIETY SHOW . J FHTTT '" sinffin ' " ,esei ' e |' as are *»'«' »« rehearsal for the All-School Variety Show to be staffed at Mt. Vernon high school auditorium Thursday evening .„„ * 0m ™ y ^°, hnS0 " 18 a * th0 P ,ano and quartette members vocalizing are. from left, Roger Edml- •on, Ronnie Price, Jerry Tom Kryger and Don Gatcwood. The show is sponsored by the Speech Z class of Mt. Vernon high. Curtain time is 8 o'clock. BAT-WINGED BOMBER— Britain 's Avro 698 resembles a huga rflifc i !/ t r a ^ S n thr °V gh thc air hi S h ov er England. Performance details of the delta-winged heavy bomber have not been revealed. Its four Rolls Royce turbo-jet engines are said to drive the long- range craft at near-sonic speeds, and to enable it to fly at extremely high altitudes. COMBATIVE LADY— WAF Lt. Zilpha T. Bosone prepares to board an F-94 jet to act as radar observer at Selfridge Field, Mich. The 22-year-old brunette is attached to the 61st Fighter Interceptor Squadron, and is believed to be the only woman assigned to a combat squadron in the entire Air Force. Her primary duty is to handle squadron intelligence information. Do you have a favorite picture of a view in ,>lt. Vernon or vicinity which you would (ike to have published ? If so, send enlarged picture or negative with description to Register-News Picture Page Editor. All pictures will be returned after publication. BREAKFAST WITH GARNER—Gov. Adlai Stevenson of IllinoHi (loft), Democratic presidential nominee, paused in his campaign tour at Uvalde, Texas (Oct. 18) to have breakfast with John Nance Garner, former Vice President. The meal was served in the home of Gamer's son, Tully, with pheasant as the main 4 ' (AP Wirephoto) TWAS EVER THUS" GREAT WHITE FATHER— Gov. Adlai Stevenson enjoys "modeling an Indian blanket, as he chats with Caroline Montanig, of the Unatilla Umatilla Indians, at Pendleton, Ore". Stevenson was presented with the blanket at Pendleton during his presidential campaign trip along the Wett. Coast i

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