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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1966 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS SOCIETY St. IVIar>''s Altar Society The Reverend James Burke opened the monthly meeting of the St. Mary's Altar Society With a prayer last Thursday evening. Mrs. Edwin Karcher, president, requested the report of the nominating committee; Mrs. Wm. Jones and Mrs. Dan DeLaporte, and the following slate ot officers were accepted for the forthcoming year: president — Mrs. Corinne Sclaweiss; vice president- Mrs. Carol Ann Smith; secretary — Mr. Evelyn Null; treasurer — Mrs. Jay Evans. Dodds P.T.A. The Parent-Teacher Association met at Dodds school last Thursday evening with Mrs. Robert Schaubert, president, presiding. Little Miss Paula Bean led the pledge of allegiance to the American flag. Preceeding the business meeting, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Greer and son entertained the group. The attendance banner was won by Mrs. McElwain's room and Floyd Bryan won a special prize. Refi-eshnients were served. Mrs. Dean Latiirop was wel-' _ ^ ~ ' corned as a newcomer to Mt. ^'"^f'^^^Tt? Vernon and the Altar Society. Mrs. Tillio Kcssingor reported The Jefferson County Democrat that five dollars was solicited Women's organization will how and sent to the "Feed a Fam- its meeting tonight, November ily" program. The women of the Society also contributed Iwenty- five dollars to the church league basketball team, coached by Mr. Wm. Jones. 15, in the supervisor's room at the county court house at 7:30 p.m. All new and old members are urgeS to attend and bring a : guest. Plans wore formulated to pre-j pare a Christmas basket for a I needy family, here in Mt. Ver-' Hon. Father Burk(> presented and explained a pclition to retain the old post office building as the Mt. Vernon Community Center. This pclition needs the endorse- W.S.C.S. Meeting The Woman's Society of Chris- Han Service met November 9 in Fellowship Hall at Wesley Methodist church. There were 20 members and four guests present. Following prayer by the Rev. L.A. Hard a covered dish lun- tnem of tlio people of Mt. Ver-i ^^"^^"^ non as a last effort against raz- ' and four guests. The table was ing the communily center building. Mrs. Allen Stoplicns pleasurably called the bingo games. The donated prizes were awarded to Mrs. Mildred L«ehr; Mrs. Mary Kabat; Mrs. Leo Williamson; Mrs. Margaret Miller; Mrs. Lillian Herbert; Mrs. Mary Ann Rader; Mrs. Wilma Karcher; Mrs. Amelia Barnes; Mrs. Shirley Lathrop; Mrs. Catherine Henneberry and Father Burke. The serving table was decorated with brown turkeys, keeping with the Thanksgiving season. Donuts and coffee were served by Mrs. Theresa McGuckin, Mrs. Myrtle Jeanguenat, Mrs. Amelia Barnes and Mrs. Mildred Loehr. A twelve pound Thanksgiving turkey, was awarded to Mrs. Ruth Bell. The December meeting will be held on December 1, with a dollar gift exchange bping planned. Good Humor dub Members of the Good Humor Club will meet Thursday after- \ noon, November 17, at 1:30 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Al Schroeder, 709 north 12th street Borne P.T.A. The Parent-Teacher Association' will meet Thursday evening, November 17, at 7:30 o'clock at the Rome consolidated school in Dix. Open house will be conducted and refreshments will be served. Belle Rive Willing Workers The Belle Rive Willing Workers' Club will meet Thursday, November 17, at the home of Mrs. Pearl Malcolm. Each member is asked to bring thimble and scissoi's and all members are urged to attend. Visitors are welcome. Bound Dozen Club Mrs. Vada Mick SBielton was hostess to membei*s of the Round Dozen Club last Wednesday. Following prayer by Mrs. Fisher a delicious luncheon was served to fifteen members and three guests, Mrs. Joe Adcodf, Mrs. Link Ford and Mrs. John Myers. With Mabel Yandell, president, presiding, the afternoon meeting was opened by Effie Marlow, who read a poem - "Thanksgiving" - Lula Smith offered prayer. The secretai-y and treasui-ers reports were ready by Lily Morgan. Mrs. Eva McCauley will be hostess on December 4. At this time the group will celebrate the Golden Anniversary of the dub. Amvets Auxiliary Members of tlie Amvets auxiliary will meet Thursday evening, November 17, at 7:30 o'clock in the club rooms. Important business matters will be discussed and all members are urged to be present. beautifully decorated in keeping with the autumn season. The centerpiece was a Horn of Plenty filled with fnilt and excircled with autumn leaves and flowers. A specail feature of the luncheon was a birthday cake served in honor of the Rev. A.B. aodfelder, pastor of the church. The bh-thday song was also sung for all present who have birthdays in November. Hostesses were Mrs. Susie Price, Mrs. Mary Price, and Mrs. Amelia Clodfelder. During the noon recess a meditation and Circle prayer were conducted. The afternoon meeting, held in the church lounge, was opened with prayer by Mrs. Edith Hard who also conducted the devotions with scripture reading, an inspiring talk, and a beautiful poem. The worship center consisted of a table covered with a white satin cloth with an open Bible and a cross beneath a picture of Christ. Mrs. M.A. Souers, district president, and Mrs. Pauline Wielt presented the program on self discipline and "Woman's Work In the Church." After silent prayer by the group, prayers were offered by Mrs. Souers and Mrs. Wielt and both presented interesting talks. Mrs. Mary Price, president, conducted the business meeting and made a most interesting talk. Mrs. Susie Price read the seo- retaiy 's report and Mrs. Millie Harper gave the treasure's report There were m sick calls imported. The dosing prayer was given by Mrs. Souen. Legion AnxiUary The American Legion auxiliai-y will meet Thursday evening, November 17, at 7:30 o 'clock at the America! Legion hall. All members are urged to attend. MR. AND MRS. LEROY SMOTHERS (Mary Jane Studio) Miss Gaylene Claywell, granddaughter of Mrs. Violet Stover of Ina, and Leroy Smothers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Smothers of Kincaid, 111., were married Saturday afternoon, October 22. The double ring ceremony was performed at three o'clock at the Ina Missionary Baptist church witii the Reverend James Benton officiating before an altar decorated with arrangements of pink and white gladiolus, two candelabras, a kneeling bench, and a white carpet extended from the entrance of the church to the altar. Given in marriage by her brother, Gary, the bride was beautiful in a floor length wedding gown styled in peau de soie. The fitted bodice had full length sleeved and a beauteau neckline which was designed with motifs of lace and sequins. The full ball- shaped skirt was also fashioned with lace mitifs and sequins and featured a pretty chapel train. Her bridal crown of seed pearls and leai'-drop crystals had an elbow lengtli veil of illusion attached and she carried a cascade bouquet of white Fugi mums and pink rose buds entwined with ivy and white satin streamers. Karen Higgason of Taylorville, maid of honor, wore a floor length dress styled in rose petal pink chiffon over taffeta. It had an empire waistline and beauteau neckline. She wore a matching velvet bow headpiece with a circular veil attached. The bridesmaids were Connie Black of this city and Judy Mallory of Christopher. They wore dresses styled exactly like the maid of honor and each carried a cascade nosegay of Fugi mums to match their gowns. Little Miss Patty Wiggs, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. Her floor length dress was styled in white lace bodice and a full length train. Her headpiece was a white velvet bow with lace circular veil and she carried a dainty basket filled with white pom pons. Robert Smothers, brother of the bridegroom, was best man and the groomsmen were Ronald Smothers, also a brother of the bridegroom, and Roy Pinnell, all of Kincaid. The ring bearer was Mike Smothers, brother of the bridegi'oom, and the ushers were Danny Black and Don Smith, cousins of the bride. Miss Sherry Campbell, pianist, accompanied Miss Linda Presley as she sang "The Wedding Prayer," "Always," and "With This Ring." A reception was held at the church. Betty Smothers was in charge of the guest book and,the gift table was in charge of Sharon Clayton. The table held a five- tiered wedding cake decorated with pink and wliite and those serving were Mrs. Ray Black, Miss Dorothy Black, Mrs. Helen Mallory and Miss Wanda Atchison. The bride's grandmother wore a navy blue knit ensemble with black patent accessories and the bridegroom's mother wore a three-piece aqua suit with black patent accessories. Each wore a | coverage of white Fugi mums' surrounded with pink sweetheart roses. The new Mrs. Smothers is a 1966 graduate of the Mt. Venion Township High School and is employed at Montgomery Ward Company in Taylorville. The bridegroom is a graduate of the South Fork Community High School in Kincaid and is employed with the Catterpillar Tractor Company in Decatiu:. For a brief weddmg trip, the bride changed to a pink three- piece suit with black accessories and wore a corsage consisting of a Fugi mum surrounded with pink sweetheart roses from her bridal bouquet. They ai-e making their home at 208 north Main street in Taylorville. Out of town guests attended the wedding fi-om Talyorville, Kincaid, Bulpitt, Jerserville, Tovey, Benton, Mt. Vernon, Cen^ ti-alia, Carbondale, Christopher, West Frankfort, St. Charles and Logan, III. YOURS . . . SOCIALLY By SAILY Mr. and Mrs. Terry D. Ingram, who spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Ingram and son, Kyle Kris, and with his grandmother, Mrs. Minnie Ingram, have returned to their home in Dallas, Texas. • • * S/Sgt. and Mrs. Billy D. Starr and children are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Starr of this city and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lowery of Salem. He has been stationed at Quantico, Va., attending the U.S. Marine School and expects to leave for Viet Nam in the near future. While he is away, Mrs. Starr will remain in this city. * • • Mrs. Goldie Aitiett of 5320 west SSth street in Los Angeles, Calif., a former Mt. Vernon resident, will be 73 years old on November 18 we have been told by her daughter, Mrs. Enid Turner of Los Angeles and a sister, Mrs. Violet Waggle of this city .... Jim Eater of 1611 Pace will be 80 years old November 21 according to a telephone call from his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Bonnadean Eater . . . We do hope they will receive many other cards with the ones we arh mailing today. Sally was pleased to hear that Lammuel H. Gage of Dahlgren received many lovely cards following the announcement of his birthday in this column. Polly's Pointers Sinall Rug Loom Can Be Made From Picture Frame By POLLY CRAMER Newspaper Enterprise Assn. DEAR POLLY—I want to tell MR AND MRS. WILLARD ALLISON SOUTHERD (Hilliard-Myers Photo) On Sunday October 30, before an altar of lighted candles, palms, baskets of gladiolas and autumn flowers centered with a White kneeling bench, Miss Sandra Kaye Tucker, only daughter of Mr. and Mi's. Gi-over W. Tucker of the Fairfield Road became the bride of Willard Allison Southerd, son of Mi-, and Mrs. Glen V. Southerd also of the lady who asked how to make .uj.'citv The impressive double a small rug loom that, while 11 ^.^^ eeremony was performed at two o'clock in the East Salem Baptist Church by the Rev. was in school, I made one by using an inexpensive picture frame. They can be bought ve- . ry cheaply, in any size and are Tierce. easy to move around. If you wish Given in marriage by her par- to take it on a trip, it is easy ents the bride was lovely in a to untack the rug and take the floor length wedding gown hoau- frame apart.—VAL tifully styled in pearl white GIRLS—Often just thumbtacks peau de soi with fitted bodice, are strong enough to hold the • round neck and long sleeves, rug on the frame.—POLLY The A - line skirt was trimmed seem to have more problems in lace and re-embroidered rose DEAR POLLY - I always ! motifs which also outlined the seem to have more problems' neck and chapel train. Her veil that Pointers concerning home- ^g^g attached to a headpiece of making. My biggest problem crystal and seed pearl, she car- right now seems to be cleaning j-ied a bouquet of while roses, our glass fiber TV trays. They i centered with an orchid and Letter Carriers Auxiliary Meeting The regular meeting of Branch ffiO Letter Carriers and the ladies auxiliary will be held Wednesday, November 16, 7:30 p.m., at the post office. There will be an election of officers. All members are urged to attend. DEAR ABBY ... Sympathetic Ear Provides Therapy Abigail Van Buren DEAR ABBY: My problem is people who tell me their ti-ou- bles and ask for advice. Everyone I Icnow has confided some Bort of mess to me—money troubles, neighbor troubles, children troubles, husband, sex, household, and every other kind of trouble, until I've had it to the teeth. These people are my friends and -relatives, so I can't very well avoid tliem or they'd I am glad if I can Russia. Opdyke Homemakers The Opdyke unit of Homemakers' Exteinsion Association will meet Thursday afternoon at one o'clock at the home of Mrs. Inez Cook. Each one is asked to bring an article which represents her personality in home decorating. Visitors are welcome. Epworth To Conduct Weekly Bible Studies Plans have been announced by j?astor Mervin Chadbourne of Epwortli Methodist Church of Mt. Vernon, to conduct a series of weekly studies on the Bible. Each Thursday night the public Is invited to share in a study using lectures, filmstrips, and discussion procee d u r e s. The study, according to pastor Chadbourne, will not be sectarian in presentation, although differing ideas will be entertained and discussed. Pastor Chadbourne will be the resource person, and as a certified public high school teacher, and part-time graduate student at S I U's School of Communication, will lead the lessons, giving mimeographed materials and tests over the material as part of the study. Essays of a brief nature will be entertained and discussed as time permits. The study theme for November and December meetings are: "The Beginnings of The Bible"; "Making the Old Testament"; "Making the New Testament'|; First Methodist Evening Circle Members of the First Method-' be hurt, ist Evening Circle will meet to-! help, but it's gotten to the point morrow night at 7 :30 o'clock at \ Where rny husband comes home, the home of Mrs. Eugene Davis,: takes one look at me and says, 600 Nora. Mrs John Ball will be' "Well, what happened now—and the main speaker and will give; to whom?" highlights of her recent trip to| I have my problems, too, but I don't burden anyone else with them. Well, I guess it's gone full-<:ircle and now I'm telling YOU my troubles. What is your advice? TIRED GF TROUBLES DEAR TIRED: Look at it this Way, most people who tell tlieir troubles to others don't want advice—they just want someone to listen to them. A sympathetic ear provides therapy for the troubled one, so consider yourself blessed to be able to perform that useful service. DEAR ABBY: I told this lady that I wasn't the mari-ying kind on our first date, but she said she didn't have anything going for her at the moment and was only out for a good time, so I could hardly run her off. Well, one thing led to another and now I can't get rid of her. She hangs around where I work, bringing me hot lunches every day. And when the quitting-time Whistle blows, there she is out in front with her car all shined up, waiting to give me a lift have a collection of multicolored tied witli satin streamers. food stains that neither deter- \ ^^^^ carried a white imported gents, scouring powders nor • ^jjj^ handkerchief trimmed in and "The Bible— a Book For Everyone." There is no cost to the public. The program is part of the membership and evangelism program for all Christians, and is supported by the Commission on Education as a "Teacher and Layman's Learning Program." The series begins Thui'sday, November 17th at 7:00-8:15 p. m. in the pai'lor of the Epworth church located at 401 Main in Mt. Vernon. home. But she doesn't take me to MY home, she takes me to HERS, where she has supper aU cooked and waiting. Then she lets me relax while she just plays the guitar and sings love songs in my ear. Should I weaken?— OVER FORTY. DEAR OVER: How old is the car? DEAR ABBY: After 22 years of marriage my husband has announced that he is taking in his mother to live with us. We have a three-bedroom home and four sons—two boys in each bedroom and my husband and I in the third. I asked my husband where his mother would sleep and he said, "With you. And I will sleep on the living room sofa." Abby, I have always gotten along well with his mother, but I didn't marry my husband to sleep with his mother. Besides, she has other children with more room that we have. My husband says he doesn't know how much longer he will have his mother, and as long she's living she comes first. Then he throws the Good Book at me, quoting the commandment about honoring they mother and father. His mother is 64 and in good helath. In fact, she's in better health than I am. What is your advice? SECOND PLACE DEAR SECOND: "Throw the Med I ins Wed 35 Years Mr. and Mrs. Luther E. Med-j lin of 713 Park avenue were married 35 years ago to November 15. They ai'e the parents of four daughters: Mrs. Barbara Walker of Ai-dmore, Oklahoma. Mrs. Linda MuUican of Decatur, 111., Mrs. Bonnie Smith and Mrs. Donna Clifton, both of Mt. Vernon. They also have nine grandchildren. household bleach will erase. Can anyone help me? —'MAXINE DEAR POLLY—I found that i the smaU spatula in a child's • """" baking set is ideal for scraping i ^^^^ b'atter from the beaters of my electric mfacer.—MRS. J .V. DEAR POLLY—I cut the bottoms out of two large paper cups and use them to slip over my wrists and cuffs. These keep the cuffs and sleeves from lie- coming soiled while I am cooking and washing dishes when I have> on a good dress. Tobacco stains can be removed from copper ashtrays by giving them a thin coat of denatured alcohol. Apply with a blue belonging to her maternal grandmother, and her only jew- diamond pendant, a gift of the was a tiny rose cut bridegroom. Mrs. Phillip Hopkins pianist played a medley of appropriate selections before and during the ceremony and as the bride and groom knelt, she played "The Lords Prayer." Miss Donella Snyder of Colum- She also wore a tiny bonnet of antique lace adorned with tiny bows and carried a nosegay of autumn flowers. James Gan-ison of Woodlawn was best man. Ronnie Smith and Ronald Dawson served as gi-oomsmen and ushers. The mother of the bride wore a two-piece suit styled in brown and gold with brown accessories. The bridegroom's mother woi'o a gold two-piece suit with gold accessories and each wore a carnation corsage. A reception was held in Community Hall. The bride's table was covered with a lace cloth and centered with a three-tiered wedding cake decorated withi gold and green and topped with a tiny bride and bridegroom. Those sei-ving were Mrs. Gk-n Drennan. Mrs. Clyde Tucker, Mrs. Richard Capps and Mrs. Jackie Campbell. Miss Ginger Del'riney was in charge of the guest register and Mrs. Alonzo Dawson was in charge of the gifts. Both are graduates of the local high school. The new Mrs. Southerd is employed with Sears Roebuck and the bridegroom is employed at Ki-ogers. For a wedding trip through the southern states the bride changed to a gold dress with black accessories and wore the orchid from her bridal bouquet.' Tney are making their home on Centralia Road. • Guests from Missouri, South Dakota, Indiana, Kentucky, Wal- PERSONAL Carman Westbrook is a patient In Room B—616 at Veterans' Hospital, 915 Grand Boulevard in St. Louis. Mr. Westbrook, a foriner resident of this city, moved to St. Louis about two years ago when he was transferred by the Wagner Electric Company of Mt. Vernon. He would appreciate cards from his friends in thia city. Mrs. Frances Bootham of Sandoval was a King City shopper and business visitor yesterday. Mrs. Flossie face of Geneva, m., spent yesterday visiting friends and shopping in Mt. Vernon. Virgil White of Ashley was a King Cit^ shopper Monday afternoon. Roger Johnson of Vandalia made a business trip to Mt. Vernon yesterday. Mrs. Mary Jane Hudson ot Sesser spent Monday afternoon shopping in the King City. Mrs. Betty Withlow of McLeansboro transacted business and shopped in Mt Vernon yesterday. Mrs. V. G, Simpkins of Centralia visited friends and shopped in the King City Monday. Mrs. Ruth Johnson of Salem transacted business and shopped in Mt. Vernon yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Rita Witges of Sesser was a King City shopper and business visitor yesterday afternoon. Merrill M. Blades of Salem made a business trip to Mt. Vernon Monday. Mrs. Robert Drennan ^of Ina was a King City shopper and bi|si> ness visitor yesterday. Mrs. Norma Soger of Texico spent Monday afternoon shoppins in Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Daniel Scott of Sesser was a King City shopper and businesi visitor yesterday. Arthur Newell of Bonnie made a business trip to Mt Vernon Monday. Richard Cole of Equality was a King City business visitor yesterday. Rozier Scrivner of Belle Rivt transacted business in Mt Vep* non Monday afternoon. Farrell D. Page of Sesser was a King Gty business visitor yesterday. Mrs. Mariene WilHams of Belle Rive spent Monday aftw- noon shopping in Mt. Vernon. ^ Fredrick Winemiller of Dahlgren transacted business In ttt King City yesterday. ;\ Gene Johnson of Bluford was a Mt. Vernon business visitor Monday. bus. Mo,, was maid of honor, I toviUe, Dahlgren Vandalia, ' Ewing, Bonnie, McLeansboro, and Mt. Vernon attending No special plans have been small paintbrush and rub to a made for the occasion. Good Book" back at him: "A man leaveth his own father that brought him up, and his own country, and cleaveth unto his wife wherefore a man loveth his wife better than father or moth- polish with a clean soft cloth. (Polly's note—Even rubbing alcohol worked on my ashtrays. I poured a little in the bottom of each one and then rubbed with a paper towel.) Waterproof the pocket on your her floor length gown was of antique gold, with empire waist and short sleeve, the brief rounded veil was attached to a cluster of roses, fashioned from the same material as her dress. Janice Dawson and Carla Joe Tucker were the junior maids. Each wore floor length dresses fashioned after the maid of honor. Their brief veil attachments Were secured to ribbon headpiec- the wedding. ' FLORIDA Season Reservations. Attractive, bright S-room apartments, spacious residential setting. Near piibUo beach, shopping complexes. Write Annada Apts., 408 Armada, Box 788, Venkw, Florida. er. each caried a nosegay of au- with satin ' of plastic material inside. This . j is handy when cleaning with a, DEAR ABBY: Every once m ^ cloth.-BLANCHE i tumn flowers Ued a while you permit a reader to; \ streamers, air his pet peeve in your col-! DEAR POLLY—Do teU Mrs. umn. May I? I R.F.F. to use paint remover on Nothing makes me angrier than to pay good money for a Bitter to care for our children. the masking tape that will not come off her windows. I had the same problem last week and go that my husband and I may this worked like a charm. go out without them, only to find that we are pestered for a whole MRS. J.E.M. Anyone submitting a Polly's Pro- Marjorie Beth Dawson little- three-year-old cousin of the bride was flower girl. Her floor length dress was fashioned like other attendants with empire waist. Moss green antique lace outlined the skirt and sleeves, a ribbon encircled the waistband, evening by ihe children of P^^- i blem, a solution^^^^ ^ ^^^^^ ents wlio are too tight to hire or a favorite homemaKmg laea , _^ .„^„„j„., ,^ a sitter. Thank you. OFF MY CHEST How has the world been treating you? Unload your problems on Dear Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069. For a personal, unpublished reply, inclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope. For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding," send $1 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069. . will receive a dollar if Polly uses the item in Polly's Pointers. satin streamers extended to the floor. WEST SALEM SCHOOL CHILI SUPPER and CARNIVAL FRIDAY, NOV. 18 5 P.M. To 9 P.M. Adults 75e Children 35e VISIT McCRAW'S Your Necchi Dealer with 45 years of continuous sewing machine experience. See the machine that we hove selected as the finest on the market today. We wont you to have the very best. Compare the way Necchi out performs them all. We feel, no other machine can equal the Necchi. McCRAW'S SEWING MACHINE SALES Only Homa-Owned Sewing Machine Store in Jefferson County 232 S. 9th Ph. 242-0570 Learn to Play the Organ It's Easy ... It's Fun! At Ludwig! 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