Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 20, 1952 · Page 7
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 7

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, November 20, 1952
Page 7
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1952 THE REGISTER NEWS — MT. VFRNON. ILLINOIS r BLUFORD The Bluford grade school basketball team won their third game Friday night. Nov. 14th against Woodlawn. The score was 45 to 43 in an overtime. Mr. and Mrs. Lois Casslebury of Princeton, Ky., spent the weekend with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Young and Mrs. Frank Peddicord are visiting this week with relatives and friends in northern Illinois. Those from Bluford who attended the meeting of Home Bureau Unit No. 3 last Thursday night at the Field Consolidated School were Mrs. Elizabeth Reichman, Mrs. Letha Koonce, Geraldine Watson, Naomi Scott, Bernice Sanders, Kathryn Clark, Hazel Jones, Vera Bounds and' Chloe Thomason. Fred Kovach of Oak Lawn, 111. and Al Marko of Cicero, 111., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Kovach. Sara Ann and Mary Sue Schroedor and Marjorie Warren of Mt. Vernon spent Sunday afternoon with.Glenda and Nancy Bean. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beason and daughter Linda of Hammond, Ind. spent the weekned with their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Woodworth. They were en route to Oklahoma to visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Shuetz and children of Okawville. 111., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. V. Gutzler. Chauncey Wood and Clark McKenry of Bloomington, visited in the home of Fred Maxey over the weekend. Mr. Maxey accompanied them home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Williams Jr. of Rockford, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Williams Mrs. Linnie Duncan of Princeton, Ky., spent the weekend with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Bell. « An old fashioned charivari was held Monday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. Gutzler in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Herbit Gutzler, whose marriage was recently announced. They were married July 8 in Pocahontas, Ark. Mrs. Gutzler was the former Fern Marlow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Marlow. Herbie leaves Friday morning for induction into the armed forces. Mr. and Mrs. Vincel Beason and children of Bonnie were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Woodworth. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Huffman of Fairfield spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. John Kovach. Both basketball teams won tiheir: games Tuesday night. The grade school defeated Ina there and the high school Trojans defeated Kinmundy here 47 to 64. The grade school plays here at home Friday against Old Union. The next high school game is here next Tuesday night against Thompsonville. James Purser, radio sportscaster for Mt. Vernon radio station attended the ball game here Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bunn of Chicago spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Osborn. . A SISTER HOLDS COURT — sister Mary Terrence isn't handicapped by her religious costume during basketball practice session at St. Michael's Children's Home in Hopewell. N J.. '••—(• '•- '-•'•ftball and baseball co?;h. LITTLE LIZ Most people don't feel arty change after a vacation—not even a nickel. ©w» You will find a large selection of Gifts for the Smoker at THE WOODEN INDIAN For Christmas Gifts of Quality Be sure to see the WOODEN INDIAN in Mt. Vernon CANDY, CIGARS, BILLFOLDS, TOBACCO, PIPES, PLUS MANY SMOKERS' ITEMS. WIN A new 53 tCKARD CONTEST STARTS NOV 21 ENDS DEC. 4 Get Full Facts And Entry Blank At SOU. ILL. EQUIPMENT CO. Waltunville Rd. — Phone 195S WALTON VI LIE MM. aiLHRI N SULCER. Cw. The Bebekahs of District 30 held their annual rally and meeting at the Waltonville high school Saturday night. Nov. 15th Election and installation of district officers were held with Waltonville lodge as installing officci-s. Inez Gilbert of Waltonville lodge was elected president of the district. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tier and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nance of Gorliam, 111. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sauerhage. Dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Fairchilcls Thursday evening in honor of Mr. Fairchild's birthday 'were: Miss Minnie Wllthon, Mr. and Mrs. Verner Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Jones, Mrs. Ethel Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Easley, Mr. and Mrs. Irl Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pucket and son. Rev. Argyle E. Houser of Rochelle, 111., preached at the Uni­ versalis! church Sunday at 11:00 o'clock to a large crowd. Dinner was served at noon. Several families were represented t from the following places: Mt. Vernon, Fll- more, Taylorville. Ashley and luka. where the Parker Quartet, who furnished the music, reside. Mrs. Ernest Hertenstein and daughter Wldney Ann of Mt. Vernon called on her grandmother, Mrs. Corn Hartley Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hasora and sons of Virden, 111. spent the weekend with Ilornce Hamlin. Mr. nnd Mrs. Toby Norris and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hayes in Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. John Hartley visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Veacli west of Se^ser. Miss Maxine Fagan was voted queen of the annual carnival held at the Waltonville high school gym Friday night, Nov. 14th. She was crowned by last year's queen, Miss Margie Hester. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Green and familv spent the weekend in Omaha, III. Slowing Pulse Al birth, the average pulse rate is 134 a minute, being reduced to 110 during the first year of lift. By the ago of 14, the pulse rate has slowed to 87. DODGE DEPENDABLE USED CARS PRICED FOR ACTION Our Used Car Snet 'al 1949 DODGE CORONET 6 PASS. CLUB COUPE One owner, low mileage, well equipped, ceptionally nice. 2 o °T $ 1295 00 —I ALSO «— 1951 Ponriac Chieftain "8" Deluxe 4 Door Sedan $1995 Fully equipped, A-l condition, beautiful car. 1949 Plymouth Deluxe 4 Door Sedan ... $1185 Absolutely perfect, none nicer anywhere. 1949 Nash "600" 2 Door Sedan $1145 Looks new, A-l condition, fuilv equipped, overdrive, 1949 Packard Deluxe 4 Door Sedan $995 Very nice car, reasonably priced. 1946 Ford Super Deluxe 2 Door Sedan ..$695 Fully equipped, above average condition. TRUCKS 1952 Dodge Vi Ton Pickup $1345 Only 6,320 miles, like brand new, deluxe cab. 1950 Dodge Vi Ton Pickup $1045 Well equipped, deluxe cab, A-l condition. 1950 Studebaker V% Ton Pickup $995 Still looks and runs like new. We Sell Used Cars for What They Are Worth We Pay Top Prices for Trade-ins. S DeWitt-Maxey Motor Co 318 So. 10th St. Our county judge says he doesn't think it's true that political and genera) moral standards arc lower than they used to be. It just happens that more people are being caught © NCA Husbands! Wives! Want new Pep and Vim? Thmii»o<t« of OOUPIM «• wnk, worn-nut, «• b&usutd Bolrly because hmly tackn Iron. For new vim, vitality, try Oalrei Tonlo Tablet*. Supplies fron you. too, may need for nop: Rtippleraentarr (lows vitamin Di. Trial alio eoata little. Or 8AV* MONKY—ret recular SI. 10 also <mJy DAI. For tUM Uiirr eavUuta M « moaty-wvuif "Economy" itM Al »11 drut stores—In Mt. Vernon al Douglas Drug. FOR RENT Ground floor office space. 4 rooms, bath and storage closets. All inquiries confidential. — See — JAMISON REAL ESTATE «• mi There's holiday sparkle In every one of our new group of school-and-party fashions... pretty dress-ups in which your little miss will shine ... ; and sweet as sugar savings on these festive young styles. THE SUSAN SHOP HALLMARK Big Value Box 22 Cards $ 1 00 ORDER NOW FOR EARLY DELIVERY BOX ASSORTMENT IN STOCK 50 Asst. Cards. By White and Wychoff YOUR CHOICE 3 DAYS ONLY THURS.-fRI.-SAT OUR BIG 28 STORE BUYING POWER MAKES THIS EVENT POSSIBLE FREDMAN BROS. 222 So. 9th St. FURNITURE CO. I HALLMARK—Edgar A. Guest Asst.-Box $1.00 HALLMARK—James Metcalf Asst.—Box $1.00 GIFTS FOR ALL THE FAMILY • CHESS SETS • CHECKERS • MONOPOLY • BINGO • BOOKS • TOURING • FLINCH CARDS • ROOK CARDS • DOMINOES • CAROM BOARDS STAMP COLLECTORS OUTFITS GIFTS FOR THE HOME STANLEY CANDLE COFFEE WARMERS $]50 _ $2 95 _ $495 NEW TELEVISION PLANTER LAMPS I BRASS WALL PLANTER R AND CANDELABRA $ 16 95 $995 BEAN BAG $1Q0 ASH TRAYS " $795 icu iiuin uuniiany NEW ^_ BRASS TRIVETS • BAROMETER Imported from Germany GIVE BIBLES FOR CHRISTMAS NEW STANDARD REVISED $£00 KING JAMES LEATHER BOUND $2 50 to $] 595 NAME IN COLD FREE THE IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS • PARKER PEN SETS • LADIES' BILL FOLDS • BRIEF CASES • SHEAFFER PEN SETS • MEN'S BILL FOLDS • TRAVEL KITS Mt. Vernon Buy Early for Best Selections! Mail Early for Best Impressions! WEBBS BOOR STORE NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE

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