Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 17, 1966 · Page 8
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Thursday, November 17, 1966
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8 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1966 • SOCIETY • Bethel P.T.A. The Parent-Teacher Association will meet at 7:00 o'dodt tonight at Bethel grade school. Students of the seventh and eighth grades will conduct a panel discussion. The school chorus will present Bpecial selections. E\'oning Hontemakcn The Evening unit of Homemakers' Extension Association will meet Monday evening, November 21, at 7:00 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Noma Da\vson, 110 north Seventh street. All members are urged to attend and visitors are welcome. Bhiford P.T.A. The Parent-Teachers Association met November 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the Bluford grade school gym, with. Byron Vance presiding as president. Comeluis Bergbower gave the P.T.A. prayer. Mildred Jone's art class presented a Thanksgiving skit. The minutes were read by Alma Byars and the treasures report was given by Goldie Henry. The Rev. Frank Brookman was the guest speaker. Fourth grade students were honored with the attendance banner for tlie most attending parents. The specail prize was won by Ira Bigley. Open house was held and refreshments were sei^ ved by first and second grade room mothers. Hairdressers Me«t The Artistic Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association, affiliate 42, met in Mt. Vernon Monday evening, November 14, at the Faith Lutheran Church. Fifty- five members and guests in attendance. The guests were Ina B.P.W. Club Meeting . It has been tlie custom of the Business and Professional Women's Qub to use local mem-, „ , .„ ber talent for some of Its pro I Fund Council of Church Women, jrrnrr. was rivPn Mondnv ni <?ht >as held Friday, November 4, World Community Services Held World Community Day Services, sponsored by the United gram was given Monday night at the club meeting at the L and N. Cafe. Maxine Higgins Whitsell, Vickie Jackson, Mt. iwas principal .speaker. Her sub- Vernon, and Helen Sulivan, Al-jjcct was "To Be". She was as- ma, Illinois. sisted by several other mem- After a delicious dinner, Pres- hers. The program opened on a Ident Dorothy Voss conducted tlie humorous note with Hilda Hus- business meeting. A brief report to". teller at Firat National Ban of the State Convention was giv- telling a story of check casliing en by Delegates Glorene Behm, and banking. Marsaret Benton, Clara Dougherty, Pauline Har- secretary; treasurer of King City mon and Myma Armstrong. Daniel Anton Zicha, La Grange, Illinois, a member of the Offi- Federal Savings anc TUsan, spoke on proper grooming and dress of a business woman. Mavis Mar- Singing Convention The Jefferson County Singing Convention will be held Sunday, November 20, at two o'clock in the Harmony church. Everyone is invited. Field P.T.A. The Parent-Teacher Association will meet Tuesday evening, November 22, at 7:00 o'clock at Field consolidated school. Open house will preceed Ihe meeting. At 7:30 o'clock the business meeting will be held. Dr. J.A. Stedlin of Centralla, will be the main speaker and eveiyone is urged to attend. Mothers are asked to bring pumpkin pies. Duplicate Bridge The Mt. Vernon Duplicate Club played a master point game Monday evening at the Elks Oub. Winners were: North and South: Marie Musick and Mrs, 'H. Thompson, first; H. Schfippel, Caiyle and Chas O'Rourke, second; Mr. Jackson and Mr. Smith, Carbondale, third; Mrs. CO. CJonnolly, Salem, and Mrs. Kuhner, *Centalia, lourth. East and West winners were: C. Shelley, Salem and C. Smith, Centralla, first; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hill, second; Rev. Freytag, and W. Pullis, third; and Mr. and Mrs. Fyie, ralrfleld, fourth. Next week an ACBL diarity game will be played with a full master point award. cial Hair Fashion Committee of.^J'' Superviston of the insurance the National Hairdressers and i department of Guy VVood Insur- Cosmetologists Association, was ^"^^ stressed the Importance the guest hair-stylist. the right attitude toward your He demonstrated two ..High,^'"•'^ ^"^ l°y?^ty to your busi- Cui-ve Hair Fashions" for the "^^^ 1966 holiday-winter season on manager at Precision Engi- models, Brenda Hartley, Sesser; "^^'•'"S' ^^'^ .^"^ '""^^ and Donna Summers Benton. ^ only know her 30b as secretary The next moeting wU be De-."^ bookeeper, but should have cember 12, at the Langenfnld Hotel, Centralia. It will be a working knowledge of the business where she is employed. Christmas party with a gift ex-^^*^ McPherson, accounting de- change and special entertain- P«'"t'"^"^ °^ C-^^'B'?^'? O'l Pro j^gf,^ ducing Co., stressed the impor- itance of an awareness and interest in business, and a sense of Deborah Circle Meets Mrs. Ruth Johnson was hostess on Tuesday when the Deborah humor in order to take care of a job and home too. Margaret at the First Methodist Church. There were simultaneous meeting of this program all over the country and possibly worldwide. The local servie began witli organ prelude at 10:45 by Mrs. Joan Deichman, after which the invocation was given by Mrs. Claude Henry. Greeting from the local Council were given by Mrs. Robert Fulford, our President. The "Welcome from the Host Churcli" was given by Mrs. David Schafale, President of that W.S.C.S. The business meeting was conducted by President Mrs. Fulford It was voted to establish a collecting station here for articles to be sent to Church World Service Center. The location is still to be selected. The report of the UNICEF Committee was accepted. As of that date $774.26 was collected; $662.97 through the schools, $105.02 through the churches, and $6.27 through other sources, the Nominating Committee, Mrs. Harold Will, Mrs. E.H. Klein, and Mrs. Arnold Ross, furnished the following slate of officers: President, Mrs. T.B. Sowers; First Vice President, Mrs. David Hanes; C^h-cle orPark AvenL Ran^^^^^^ Cummings, English teach-i Second Vice-President, Mrs. H.E. rh^tXJ.J^.r.t^,T^^^ ^^^"^ Mt. Vernon Community | Breeze: Secretarv. Margaret church met. There were 14 mem- college, could not be present, so a recording of her views on the Importance of education to the business woman, was taped and played. Miss Cummins said "Through Education we develop ^ . i the talents which God has given The prayer chairman reported i us. when we cease to learn we four prayers offered at a hos- stagnate and life passes us by. bers present. The hostess chairman served coffee and cake preceding the meeting. Mrs. Kathleen Davis gave the opening prayer. Leflon Aiudllsry Eariy Bird Party The American Legion auxiliary held its first Early Bird Party last Saturday evening at the Legion hall. Mrs. Mildred Coleman served as general chairman for the delightful occasion. The entire room and the tables were beautifully decorated in keeping with the Thanksgiving theme. At seven o'clock, a turkey dinner was served. Following the dinner, Mrs. Ida White served as mistress of ceremonies for an excellent pro gram. She introduced Dexter Kelley, talented pianist, and her group of teen-agers. The group includes Myrtle Jean Porter, Sheila Wlnemiller, and Linda Loss. With Mrs. KeDey at the piano they sang several songs and performed dances. Two girls, Rosita and Marie Little, known as "The Alley Cats", also entertianed with several dance numbers — including a demonstration of the Charleston as danced forty years ago and as it is done in these more modem days. The party was such an outstanding success, the auxiliary is planning to make it an annual affiar. pital and two in a home. The community missions report included food taken to a bereaved family, clothing taken to the Rescue Mission, a gift taken to a shut-in, and candy taken to one who is ill. Plans were made for mission work each month of the coming year. Te group prepared five Irult baskets and these were delivered to shut-ins. Mrs. Monty Dixon, program chairman, presented "Modem Day In Israel," and Mrs. Kenneth Hall showed film "Evangelism in Isreal." The closing prayer was given by Mrs. Johnson. The December meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Dixon and will include a gift exchange. Mrs. Florist Moore will be the leader. With all the facets available, such as Junior College dnd night courses, women can learn to go from where she is to where she would like to be." Breeze; Secretary, Mai-garet Shirley, Mrs. Irvln Hertensteln was nominated Treasurer from the floor. These officers were accepted by acclamation. Devotions were given by rev. Don Crocker of the host church. "The Rev, Rosemary Harris sang a beautiful solo." New officers were installed by Mrs. Don Crocker in an impressive ceremony. After benediction by Mrs, Gar- |ner Vann, at noon, the group 1 retired to the church's dining Maxine Hlgglns, was modera- hall for a sandwich luncheon, tor for these talks and spoke at Ladles of the host church pi-e- length upon a person becoming | pared salad, coffee, and tea. P.T.A. Council The Jefferson County Council of Parent-Teacher Association met Monday evening at the Belle Rive grade school with Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw, president, presid- hig. Mr. Williams, principal of the school, extended greetings to the group. Mrs. John Kovach presented the secretary's report and the treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Lester V. Boone. Ten county schools answered roll call. Mrs. William L. Moore, pro gram chairman, led group singing and a group from the Wal- tonvUle school presented a skit urging use of the P.T.A. Magazine. Those taking part were Mrs. Dorothy Hlrons, Mrs. Calvin Darnell, and Mrs. Peggy Try. Ogie Ellis, county superintendent of schools, presented information on the new county-wide Project Uplift and conducted what she wishes to be, to live, to grow and develope all of her life. She said "We must develop spiritually, physically and mentally. Personal development is a vital part of success. Poise, a voice of modulation can be learned. The average person uses only about ten percent of her mental capacity. We should take advantage of opportunities to learn. We should widen our horizon of interests. Do what you believe in and belive you can do it. And It is most important to realize that what we are is a gift of God and we should use what he has given us as he would wish to use it." Mrs. Higgins, who has been one of four women field representatives of this District of the Internal Revenue Department, is now part of the new firm of Hoit and Higgins, accounting and tax consultants. All those participating in the program are past presidents of the Mt. Vemon Business and Pro fesslonal Women's Club, except Mavis Martin, who is the present vice pesldent of the club. Plans for the program and the fall-flower arrangements for the beautifully decorated tables were under the direction of the personal development committee. Evelyn Nassauer and Jerry Rci- chert cochairmen. Mrs. Nassauer introduced Jerry Reichert and in turn, each member of the committee introduced the next member, telling where she worked and saying a few words about her. Jerry Reichert read the club a question and answer period. | — Mrs. Lula Mae Morris from collect and led the Pledge of Althe Field consolidated school,' leglance to the Flag. Part of the Won a special prize. • chorus from the Webber town- Mrs. Haile of Belle Rive clos- ship schools, under the direction ed the meeting with ttie reading | of Charles Render, sang tiiree of the P.T.A. Prayer. selections. Norma Garrison, president. Newcomers' Club conducted the business meeting. The Newcomers' Club will not I she named two committees. Re- hold the husband-wife meeting which was planned for Saturday evening, November 19. It has been postponed until a later date. vision of By-laws with Harriet McCracken as chairmen, and Youth Power with Jean Estes | as chairmen, Doris England, The afternoon session, at 1:00 began with an organ prelude by Mrs. Deichman, followed by a hynm. The printed program put out by the National Council of Churches, was used and read, with the following assisting: Mrs. Truman Davis, Mrs. Arthur Ward, Mrs. Irvin Hertensteln, Mrs. Harold Connaway, Mrs. Katherine Moore, Mrs. Joe Snider, and Mrs, Lawrence Price, The main afternoon address was given by the rev. Glenn F, Bolce, pastor of the First Baptist that health kit bags containing hygienic items were brought to the meeting. Rev, Boice referred to the fact that while he was on the mission field in the Philippines, that items such as these were received and used in his own mission work, and that the need far exceeded the supply. Mrs. Bessie Armstrong sang an appropriate solo, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Esther Turner, Mrs. E.H. Klein gave the dedication ceremony for the many hygienic kits which were prepared and brought by the ladles, and also tiie money gifts. The kits are to be sent to the Viet Nam area; and the money gift is to go to needy people in India and in the highlands of New Guinea. The benediction was given by Rev. Rosemary Harris, after which the group sang "Blest Be The Tie." Hymns, led by Mrs. Don Crocker, were interspersed throughout the program, with Mrs. Deichman at the organ. There were fifteen area churches represented at the service. Mrs, T.B. Sowers, the new president, was in charge of the afternoon session, and made a short talk. MR. AND MRS. KENNETH BRADLEY RAY Lions Club President Vern Bond presided at the Wednesday meeting of the Lions Club. Father Burke gave the invocation. Group singing was lead by Dale Carpenter with Mrs. Clark at the piano. Al Serafinl was the Lucky Lion and Frank Case was the joke teller. Dr. Marry Nesbith of Salem was a visiting Lion. Harold Hutchens reported that the football banquet for the high school team will be November 28 at tiie L & N Cafe at 6:30 p.m. Head coach Rainsburger of Southern Illinois University will be the guest speaker. The Lions club will meet Jointly with the Rotary Club on December 6. Father Burke will present the Thanksgiving program on Wednesday November 23. Don Lee program chairman introduced Jim Lipe assistant Farm Advisor and Oma Jones Assistant Home Advisor who gave a most hiteresting and education program on activities of 4-H in JeffeiBon County. The regular meeting of tho'i-ead the minutes and Helen club will be held Tuesday eve- 1 Wheeler gave the ti-easurers re- nlng, November 22, at 6:15 1 port. Mary Hann Qvic Parti- o'clock at the L. and N. Cafe.; eipation. asked the club mem- Each member is asked to bring a non-perishable food for the preparation of Chi-istmas baskets. Reservations and cancellations must be made not later than 9:00 o'clock Monday morning by calling Mrs, Ricftartl Acklin at 242-5722. Morgans Wed 41 Years bers help with the United Fund, New members presented were: Mrs. Walstina Ayers, Mrs. Ollie. , . . ^. ^ ,r Hardy, Miss Sharon Hall. Mrs. : "lade a business ti:ip to Mt. Ver- PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jones of Dix were business visitors and shoppers In the King City yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Gene Martin of Ina transacted business and shopped in Mt. Vernon Wednesday. Mrs. Ora Lee Davis of Dix was a King City shopper and business visitor yesterday afternoon. Francis Clark of Woodlavvn Joan Mann, Miss Lois McBride, Mrs. Betty Mullins, Mrs. June Pitchford, Mrs. Judy Walters and Mrs. Mary Jane Wilson. The color TV was awarded to Olin Eater. The floral centerpiece was awarded to Harriet Kelley. The finance committee report was given by Harriet Kelley and Wilma Harpole. Guests introduced were: Lo- HaU, Katherine McGill, Mary Lou Sigwerth, Marjorie Trocaro, Colleen Higgins, Mrs. Jack Hoit, Louis Jorneyman and Mrs. Moss Threlkeld from Tulsa Oklalioma. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Morgan | of Ina were married 41 years' ago on November 16. No special plans have been rine Colling, Bea Peters, Ella made for the occasion. However Johnson, Inez Stockman, Lela they would appreciate cards from \ Parrott, Ruth Blankenship, Jean relatives and friends. They are the parents of fifteen living children: Burton Morgan of Kankakee, Dan Morgan and Roy Morgan of Ina, Jim Morgan, Lewis Morgan of Blue Springs, Mo., Mrs. Maggie Fer-; ris of Crete, 111., Mrs. Dorothy Mays of Mt. Vernon, Irvin Morgan of Nason, Ray Morgan, Billy Joe Morgan, Mrs. Irma Grant, ra Morgan, all of Kansas City, Mo„ Mrs, Lillian Dailey, Mrs. Virginia Lockett, Botii of Granite City, and Gloria Morgan, at home. They also have 45 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Two daughters, Mildred and Lucillt. ara deceased non Wednesday. C.E. Cook of Opdyke spent yesterday afternoon transacting business in the King City. Stanton Williams of Woodlawn made a business trip to Mt. Vernon Wednesday. Mrs. Alice Irvin of Bonnie was a business visitor and shopper in the King City yesterday, Mrs. Muriel Harper of Bonnie was a Mt. Vemon shopper Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. MaroeUa KilUon of West Frankfort visited friends and shopped in Mt. Vemon yesterday. Mrs. Lucy Sneed of Ina spent yesterday afternoon shopping in the King City. Ms. George Hogan of McLeans- On Friday evening, September 23, Miss Marilyn Yvonne Ci-av- ens became the bride of Kenneth Bradley Ray. The double ring ceremony was performed at seven o'clock at the Dahlgi-cn Baptist Church, with the Reverend William Auxier officiating before an altar decorated with a white kneeling bench, candelabra, two baskets of white gladiolas, and palms. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Owen P. Ci-avens of Dahlgren, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralpli Ray, also of Dahlgren. Given In marriage by her father, the bride was lovely in a floor length gown beautifully fashioned in brocade, styled with a princess-yoke bodice and elbow length Kabuki sleeves. The sabrina neckline was deeply scooped in back. The A lino skirt had a self bow at the front waistline and featured a liemline panel at the back tojj[)ed by three petite bows. Her elbow length veil of imported illusion was secured to a bridal crown of seed pearls and crystal teardrops. She carried a white Bible adorned with white pom pons tied with lovers knot streamers. Her only jewelry was a heart shaped diamond pendant, a gift of the bridegroom, and slie carried out the tradition of something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue. Mrs. Linda Harper of Bonnie, was maid of honor. The bridesmaid was Miss Minnie Lcmke of Springfield. They wore floor length gowns designed and fashioned by the bride, of light biue and peach satin bi-ocade, respectively, and were fitted with waistline box pleats with a largo bow cumberbund attached at the waistiine with the sti-eamers extending to the end of the hemline. They wore headpieces of matcliing circular veils attached to open crowns secured with a tiny bow. Each attendant cai-- ried nosegay bouquets of white carnations trimmed with ril> bon matching their gowns. Miss Marjorie Beth Cravens, niece of the bride, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Q-a- vens of Dahlgren, served as flower gu'l. She was styled in pretty peach satin brocade empire waistline and A line skirt. Her white basket was decorated with peach rose buds and she scattered rose petals in the path of the bridal party. Rodney Harper of Bonnie was best man and Loon Hall of McLeansboro, cousin of the groom, served as groomsman. The ring bearers were Master Dennis Cravens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cravens, and Mas ter Jeffery Cravens, son of Mr and Mrs. Norman Cravens, all of Dahlgren. The are nephews of the bride. Preceding the exchange vows, the tapers were lighted by Cliarles Ci-avens, brother of the bride, and Keith Ray, brother of the groom, both of Dahlgren They also served as ushers, Fred Brokett of McLeansboro, played a medley of nuptial selections and accompanied Mrs, Jennifer VVilkerson as she sang "I Love You Truly", "True Love", and "The Lord's Pray ei\" A reception was held in the cliiircii basement immediately following Uie ceremony, The brido's table was covered with a beautiful hnen-lace tablecloth and lield a four-tiered wedding cake trimmed in wliite roses and topped with a minature bride an groom standing under an arch Also adorning the table were crystal punch bowls and crystal candleholders with white tapers Cake and punch were sei-ved by Mrs. Laura Gelfius, close Iriend of the bride; Mrs. Maxine Q-avens, sister-in-law of tiie bride; Mi's. Mark White, aunt of t!ie groom; and Mrs. Dee M len, cousin of the groom, Mr Vae Hudman and Mrs. Georgia Cravens, sister-in-law of the bride, were in charge of the gift tables. The guest register was kept by JVIi-s, Audi'ey Plante, sister of tlie bride. For a wedding ti'ip tlu-ough tiie western states, the bride changed to a mint green lamanated slieath dress with black patent accessories and wore the corsage from her bridal bouquet. The mother of the bride wor a copen blue lamanated dress with black patent accessories The bridegroom's mother wore a royal blue two-piece suit with black accessories. Each wore corsage of white pom-pons. Tlic new Mrs. Ray is a grad uate of the Dahlgren High School and is ijresently employed at Hamilton Memorial Hospital in McLeansboro. The bridegroom also a graduate of Dahlgren High Scliool, attended the Mt. Vei non Community College and is presently serving in the U.S. Army in Fort Leonard Wood, Mis sourl. The rehearsal dinner was given at the home of Mrs. Vae Hudman In Dahlgren, on the evening of September 22. Out of town guests were from St. Louis, Carlyle, Chicago, Galatia, Bonnie, Carmi, Fairfield, Mt. Vernon, Cottonwood and Mc' Loansboro. boro was a Mt. Vernon shopper and business visitor Wednesday. jNIrs. Vicky Allen of Bonnie was a Mt. Vernon sliopper yesterday afternoon. J.H. Norris of Waltonvllle transacted business in the King City Wednesday. Mrs. Nellie German of Woodlawn spent yesterday afternoon shopping in Mt. Vernon. OLD UNION SCHOOL SPAGHETTI SUPPER AND CARNIVAL SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1966 Start Serving 5:30 P.M. SpQghaIti — Slaw — French Brtad Pi* — Drink Adults — 75e Children — 50e GRIGG'S "The Prime Beef People" FREE DELIVERY — PHONE 242-6411 Here are jusf a few of ihe many Fine Foods Found at GRIGG'S. WIDE SELECTION OF SWIFT'S ButterbaU Hen Turkeys All Sizes FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS Spice Island Pure Spices Pcpperidge Form Breads S&W Pack Fancy Fruits & Veg. Ashley's Mexican Foods Home Baked Ham And Beef Fresh Salads Made Daily 1020 Main Dial242 <64n Downtown — Free Parking in Rear 1 DEAR ABBY ... Marriage Prospects - Rather Bleak Abigail Van Buren DEAR ABBY: I am 21 years old and am very much in love with a young man I'll call John. He is 24. My problem is his parents. They are violently opposed to our man-ying becase of a rellgiov;s and nationality difference. I "can do nothing a- boitt my nationality, but I'd be willing to change my religion to his. John says it wouldn't help, they would still be opposed. Abby, what hurts is I have never even met them. They refuse to see me. John says he knows if they ever got to know me they would love me, and I'm sure they would. Should I take matters into my own hands and go over there and introduce myself? John says he can't marry me while his parents are living. What shall I do? We love each other. HEARTBROKEN DEAR HEARTBROKEN: Face it. If John loved you as much as you love Jolm he would either persuade his parents to meet you, or he would marry you witliout their consent. You are both over 21 I see no marriage in your future with this young man. DEAR ABBY: Will you take a chance and ask your readers to answer this thru your column, or are you afraid of what might follow? Are men and boys cleaner than women and girls? Sign me — "CL.EANER THAN THOU" DEAR "CLEANER": If "thou" are a man or i»y, (and I assume thou art) come forth and speak thy piece. And siiow tliy evidence. DEAR ABBY: Orville and 1 have been married for 30 years. We usually retire about 11 o'clock. But there are times when Orville would like to retire at 8:30 or 9 because he's "tired." Well, that's all right with mo, but I am not ready to go to Bleep that early. Or\'llle refuses to go to bed witlwut me! I think he is being vei-y unfair. I wouldn't insist that he adjust his schedule to suit mine if he didn't feel like it. What Is your opinion of this? BETTER HALF DEAR BETTER: I'll bet when Orville was a baby he wouldn't go to sleep unlf-ss his mother lay down beside him. Well, tell him you aren't his motlior, and he's no baby, and it's time he went "boddy'by" alone. Troubled? Write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. For a personal reply, inclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope. For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding," send $1.00 to Abby. Bo.x 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069. 40 Students On At Dahlgren Hi There are 40 students on the honor roll at Dahlgren community high school for the first quarter. . The students, and their scholastic ratings, are as follows: Spiiiors: Jim Aydt, 5.00; Brenda Curlock, 5,00; Merrill Upchurch, 5.00; Diane Cook, 4.80; Kathy Herzing, 4.80; Kathy Tucker, 4.60; Linda D. Shelton, 4.40: Carolyn Gage, 4.20; Paula Karcher, 4.20; Connie Savage, 4.20; Ed Anselment, 4.00; Catherine Karcher, 4.00; David Lemmon. 4.00 Rosalie Sabage, 4.00: Phylis Younce, 4.00. Juniors: Everette Lemke, 5.00; Theresa Maloney, Honor Roll gh School 5.00; Linda A. Shelton, 4.80; Tom Rapp, 4.60; Kathleen Karcher, 4.40; James Summei-s, 4.40; Eudel Tucker, 4.33; Darlene Richardson, 4.20. Sophomores: Viola Cross, 5.00; Ellen Maloney, 5.00; Christine Thierry, 4.60; Jcan- nette Rawls, 4.50;, Jim Herzing, 4.25; Wilanna Klefer. 4.25; Lorene Ovcrbey, 4.25; Patricia Keifer, 4.00; Janet Richards, 4.00; Charles Spruell, 4.00. Freshman: Eddie Bolangce, 5 00; Daniel Rapp, 5.00; Linda Cook, 4.50; Carol Aydt, 4.40; Helen Gelfius, 4.25; Susie Herzing, 4.S; Connie Hamson, 4.00. SOCIALLY YOURS ... By SALLY A dinner was held November 6 in honor of Marine Private Michael Marlow at tlie home ol his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Logan Marlow on Liberty Road. Those attending included his brothers, Rickey Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Logan Hall Marlow and son, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Pasley, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pasley and children, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Pasley and children, Genevieve Pasloy, David Fellinger, Jewel Crawford, all of this city;, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Roane and children of Opdyke, Mr. and Mi-s. Jarroll Pasley and children of Olney, David Scrivner of Belle Rive. While Michael was home, Bnicc L. Pasley, who Is station- cd with Iho U.S. Navy at Glynco, Georgia, spent two days at home. Following a 20-day leave, Michael has returned to his base in California. He has a brother, Paul, stationed in Viet Naxn with the U.S. Marines. -0- -0- -0. Mrs. Lutle Grpen, a former resident of this city, will be 80 years old November 23. She is now living willi lier daughter, Mrs. Wilbur H. White, 9501 Fern Creek Road, Fern Creek, Kentucky, and her cards should be sent to that address. -0- -0- -0- Mrs, Lyle Brown of Texico has returned from a week spent visiting in tlic home of her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Zclenitz In Washington, D.C. While there, tliey visited many points of historical interest including Mt. Vernon, Virginia, and Gettysburg, Pa. -0- -0- -0- Rocenl visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Clopton included Mr. and Mrs. John Qop. ton of Walnut Hill, Mrs. Clyde Beal, and Mr. and Mre. Arvel Pendland of Manteno, 111. Charles Chapman To Address Mt. Vernon Woman's Club Charles D. Chapman, who Is associated with tine Federal Bureal of Investigation, will be the guest speaker wiien the Mt. Vernon Woman's Club hold a luncheon meeting next Monday, November 21, at half past twelve o'clock in Faith Lutheran Church. Mr. Chapman was bom in Dor- diester, Massachusetts, on October 29, 1918. He received his early education In Thornton's Feri-y, New Hampshire; Montclair, Massachusetts; and North Quincy, Massachusetts. He obtained a Bachelor of Commerical Science E>egree in Accounting from Southeastern University in 1947. From March, 13M, to February, 1946, he served in the United States Navy. In August, 1937, Mr. Chapman entered on dut>' in the FBI in a clerical capacity and, in June, 1913, he was appointed a special Agent. He has served in the De- Itroit, Michigan, and the Washington, D.C, Field Offices. Transferred to FBI Headquarters, Washington, D.C, in July, 1955, Mr. Chapman performed supervisory duties in the General Investigative and Special Investigative Divisions until his reassignment in December, 1962, in the Inspection Division. Ho was designated Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Spring Held Office in September, 1965. Mr. Chapman will discuss some of the aspects of his activities with the F.B.I, and a capacity crowd is anticipated at this meeting. NEW YORK (AP) - Reading and Binghamton were readmitted to the Eastern Baseball League for next season at a meeting of the league directors here Wednesday. Sledges Wed 25 Years Mr. and Mrs. Marcene Sledga of near Kcenos will celpbr.ile their Silver Wedding anniversary on N'ovenitier 21. They are tlie parents of three children: Don Sledge of Wayne City, Mi -s. Judy Bcelin of Grand Forks, North Dakota, and Steve at home. Tlioy also have one grandchild. Plans are indefinite for the o (N casion. Mr. Sledge is the son cf Mr. and Mi's. John Sledge of Bluford and she is the former Miss Lena Grccnwalt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Greenwalt of Keenes. Fat Overweight Available to yen without a doctor'! prescription, our product called Gal- axon. You must lot* ugly fat or your money back. Galaxon it • tabUt and eatily twallowed. Get rid of axcets fat and l!v« longer. 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