Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on August 6, 1963 · Page 5
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Tuesday, August 6, 1963
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I TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1963 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS SOCIETY Belle Rive Homemakers Extension Association The Belle Rive unit of Home n i Extension Association will meet Thursday evening, August 8, at 7:30 o'clock in the Belle Rive grade school. The members of the will present the "share-the-ftn" program. All members are urged to attend and visitors are welcome. DeMotay Meeting ^ Saint Albans Chapter, Order of DeMolay, held an informal meeting on August 1 with Junior Councilor Edward Dull presiding. The following activities were announced: August 25 and 24, the DeMolay Chapter will send several representatives to the annual Illinois DeMolay Conclave which will be held at Macomb. The Chapter will also send its queen and her chap' eron. On September 5, initiation of new members will be held. Sewing Box Club With Mrs. Arnold Members of the Sewing Box Club met recently, in the home of Mrs. Garold Arnold. President La Von Hess conduct «d the business session. During the meeting, Mrs. Bernice Bowles, who is moving to Overland, Mo., stopped by to say farewell to the group. On August 22, a picnic for the members and their families will be held at city park. Games were played and prizes won by Mrs. Wilma Verheyen and Mrs. Doris Smith after which refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Verheyen. The next meeting will be held September 26 at the home of Mrs. Hess. * Rome Homenukers' Extension Association Members of the Rome Day unit ot Homemakers' Extension Association will have a potluck supper in the Masonic Park at Dix on the evening of August 13. The Dix 4-H club members and parents are invited. The club mem bers will present demonstrations Serving will begin at 6:30 ©'clock. Gilbert Reunion The Gilbert reunion will be held Saturday and Sunday, August lull, at the new shelter house at the city park. There will be a basket dinner each day at the noon hour. All relatives and friends are welcome to attend. Kates Reunion The annual reunion of the Eates family was held Sunday, August 4, at Mt. Vernon city park with 75 attending. A basket dinner was served at noon. Those present from out of town included Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Richards and family of Shelbyville, 111., Mr. and Mrs Byford Vaughn and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richards and family of Benton, Mrs. Sandra Lee Mikutis of Blue Island, HI., Mrs Laverne Switzer and Mrs. Mil dred Book of Granite City, Janet Marie Warren of Dix Mr. and Mrs. Claude Minor of Waltonville, Mr. and Mrs. Lay. ien Richardson and family, Mrs. Beulah Campbell of Op-; dyke, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Estes and Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Estes of Mt. Vemon, Ind., Mrs. Marilyn Boseler and son of Evanston, HI., Mrs. Mabel Book of Bonnie, and Mr. and Mrs. William Walker and family of Rockville, 111. Christian Service Circle To Meet Members of the Christian Service Circle will meet Thursday morning, August 8, at 11:00 o'clock at the north shelter house in the Mt Vernon city Park. A covered dish luncheon will be served at noon and each member is asked to bring a covered dish and table service. Picnic Held The employes of Edmund Hans Industries and their families held their annual picnic August 3 at the Mt. Vernon city park with about 100 tending. Dinner was served at noon and during the afternoon instru mental music was furnished by Buddy Rapp, Bob Grant, and Roger Shurtz — with the former, who is a member of the "Buddy Rapp Jokers" as vocalist. Several prizes were awarded to the adults and the children enjoyed skating and the park rides. Mrs. Edmund Hans, president of the organization attended. Block Homemakers To Meet Thursday The Block unit of Home Extension Assoc., will meet Thurs- the new Shelter House at the day, August 8, at 11:30 a.m, at City Park. The Summersville Eager Beavers 4-H club members and leaders will be guests. Engagement Announced FOR LADIES ONLY . . . By IAUY MISS FRANCES MARIE KITTLE Mr. and Mrs. Everett Kittle of Wayne City, announce the engagement of their daughter, Frances Marie of Decatur, and Richard Joseph Schaefer of Decatur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon J- Schaefer of Hartville, Ohio. Miss Kittle is a 1958 graduate of Wayne City Community High and a 1961 graduate of Southern Illinois University. She is employed by The Firestone Tire and Rubber Company in Decatur, Illinois as a secretary. The prospective bridegroom is a 1958 graduate of Canton Central Catholic High in Canton, Ohio and served four years with the United States Air Force in Texas and Colorado. He is also employed by The Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, Decatur Plant, as a Junior Accountant. The couple will be married October 26 in Decatur. WE THE WOMEN Oh, Procrastination . . By RUTH MXLLETT Newspaper Enterprise Assn, Why do most of us keep putting off until tomorrow the things we should do today, when— • The letter we have delayed answering is so much harder to write when we have to start it with an apology? • The call we have been meaning to make on a newcomer for weeks doesn't carry half the welcome it would have if we had made it sooner? • The tough job we have been dreading isn't half as bad as the constant, nagging thought that it has to be done? The moment when we could have been of some help to a friend passes before we get around to offering our services? • The many small kindnesses we think we'll do "tomorrow" never seem to get done, but remain only good intentions that no one else even knows about? • The thing we wanted is no longer there when we finally make the effort to get it? • The easy tomorrows we an ticipate turn out to be more hectic than the todays during which we could have managed to do what we should have tlone? Social ly Yours — By SALLY — Mrs. Mildred Wilkerson of Vincennes, Indiana, is visiting in the home ot* her step-mother, Mrs. Glenn Greene. MRS. MAMIE FLOWERREE OF JOHNSONVILLE who, in the early days of this column, was a regular contributor, has broken a long silence to again write to me . . . And, with her welcome letter, she included a recipe for mustard pickles . . . This, of course, was in response to the request I received from MRS. EARLENE MITCHELL OF DAHLGREN. Speaking of this recipe, I have honestly lost count of how many homemakers generously shared it with this column . . . And, since each one is just a bit different to the others, I've sent them all along to Mrs Mitchell . . . (Right now, I'm hoping to hear from her with the account of which ones she has used.) At any rate, it is my honest opinion that, at this moment, there is not another homemaker in all Jefferson county with as many recipes for mustard pickles as Mrs, Mitchell now has in her files (Since I listed several names last week, I've also re ceived this recipe from MRS. ROY MORGAN AND MRS. JOHN H. WILLMORE, BOTH OF INA.) Mrs. Willmore also included an interesting note with the recipe in which she told me of her husband's unusual hobby- he makes quilts—and she has invited me down to inspect them . . . Since last January, he lias completed ten . . . Five for friends and five for the Will, more home. Well, all I can say is this: Mr. Willmore is far superior to me in this excellent bit of home making . , . (Quilting, with me, is in the same class as trying to create an edible angel food cake—each production leaves a lot to be desired ... In fact, I have long since given up hope of accomplishing the cake baking or the quilting.) Could be. Mr. Willmore could teach me just how the stitches all go into the quilt—and not into the fingers ... If so, then he will be ahead of more than one group of women—including a certain Ladies Aid . . . (To ho honest, that group didn't waste too much time in trying to show me what It took to put dainty stitching around the various artistic designs which h;ifl gone into making the pretty bed covers.) As I recall, I didn't really know I was being "black balled"—as a member of the needle and thimble crew ... All I know is this: The group was unanimous in voting me the one most likely to succeed in pre paring refreshments at the "quilting conclave"—and, while I dished up the potato salad and saw that the meringue didn't scorch on the lemon pie, the Mr. and Mrs. Leo Reish. who have been visiting in the hemic of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jackson, have returned to their home in Decatur. The Jackson children, Nancy, Michelle, and Barry, ac- Mt. Vemon Group On Tour their stitching magic around the quilt frames. So, one of these days, I intend to visit the Willmore home and have a little talk with Mr. Willmore . . . (Could be he can explain to me just how the whole thing is done.) Meanwhile, I sincerely con gratulate him on his enviablci reputation in this field. Glenn and I enjoyed a Sunday! afternoon drive which, for a time, took us over the old Goshen Trail" northeast of Ina . . It was my first time to travel over this historical road . . . And, while driving along, I wondered what the early day settlers would think if they could see how completely the appearance of the farms has changed since pioneer days . . . Back then, so I'm informed, crops were sparse if, indeed, they were not complete failures But, with farming now a recognized science, the new "rules and regulations" are evident in fields of clover . . . beans . . . and acres of com as tall as any group up around Mattoon — which, over the years, was always considered the "corn belt" with the soil rich and black and the crops consistently flourishing (And the lush acres always served as grounds for boasting Pointers Polly's By POLLY CRAMER Newspaper Enterprise Assn. DEAR POLLY — I have found that, a small steel knitting needle is better than a knife to loosen a cake baked in a tube pan. The needle slips around the rim and the center tube without tearing the cake edge. — A. M. H. G!fU<S — A No. 1 steel needle really dons the trick.—POLLY DEAR POLLY — An old nylon stocking stuffed with several cleansing tissues makes an excellent, dustcloth. The number of tissues you use will make the dustcloth any size you wish. After dusting, remove the tissues, wash the stocking and let it dry and it is ready for further use. The nylon seems to catch These Mt- Vernonites, members of the Epworth Senior Methodist Youth Fellowship, DEAR POLLY — Ever think have returned from a five day tour in which they visited the Oklahoma Indian Mission near, of licking the envelope rather Anadarko, Okla. From the left are: LaVerne Anderson, Rev. Benjamin Anderson, Lellon Vent -jthan the stamp? Try it next time ress, David Atkinson, Sue McKitrick, Eric Welles, Janet Kissel, Percy Atkinson, Pat Fisher, Jim vou mail a, letter and you will Thomas, Connie Stevens, Darrell Felty, Charla Shields, Tim Pogue, Pam Atkinson, Pauline 1 "" 1 havc the taste oE Rlue on Atkinson. (Hilliard-Myers Photo) Epworth Senior Group Visits Indian Mission your tongue. Rubber stair treads come in handy for all sorts of things. Tacked to wooden «.wing seats they provide a dandy non-skid surface, prevent splinters and ~ .„ „ P . (ll 'y off easily after a rain. | uone Carroll of Harnsburg Before vou drive a picture „ „ „ i was " business visitor in Mt. Ver- hook in a' papered wall cut a The Epworth Senior Methodist' trip were Indian conducted serv- non yesterday. V-shaped dart in the jlaper and PERSONAL when I. a juvenile resident of (Youth Fellowship of Mt. Vernon ices w ith hymns often sung in Mr * Rutlh Ha " d of B<? » ton g !" t, i v , mp „ 00 ' T^VPLVP Coles county, would travel to jspent.a f to-day period on a native dialecti Indinn cooket , spent Monday afternoon shop- any time you decide to remove — '- • - can paste the • • will lessprosperous sections of the "Go-See" Mission Tour of the nau } e aiaiect - ™" co ™ ping in the King City. the hook, you can paste state and sit on the sidelines .Oklahoma Indian Mission near meals a^ tour of^ fascinattng In- G w of Sche „ ei . paper back and the hole as the adults talked over the Anadarko. Oklahoma. ^.andvisits to the Fed- was R Klng City business v5sito r not show. - MRS. R.L. R. - 1 '"-—<— —— • *- --I-'*- Indian Agency and to the Monday. 1 DEAR POLLY — Spray ern Plains Indians Museum. .. . . r ,,, favorite colocne or nerfume uu haps the greatest highlight }«». gat heme Lane• of Wayne ffiMt^r'acTSTblot; was the warm andI gracious ,^ ,a Kt v »Swfw tor in >' oUr lin * fil ' ie drawer and tance of Epworth group shopped in Mt. Veinon yestei- nnothcl f with your sweaters. The general condition of the *HJK^^ Pounding farms> So now the ^de ^^w^*^ p , inns , hp Prpnl( ^ hWhlllrtlt situation has ad ^ an ^ ed J o0 ' vh ^ transportation. While there, they.of . Jefferson county farmers me », j co on thc south-l^eptance -.»"••»• day. iscent will cling t0 the garments, second to none in Illinois we - tern d , strJcl grounds, ihy the Indians• !™g to me WaUc) , s of ^ scent wm c s ^ .ft e ANn MBS ROY Oklahoma Indian Mission Con- ™tt°" W18 a King City shopper measures one-fourth cup is han- St &eJS&TiAr AisnS n 'MTTM ferc . nce> , . t „ LmXf Between ° and business visitor Monday. jd y for dieters who must count WHISENHUNT AND DAUGH- The Annual District Camp RioUps. M Wnrron Simnson of Casev- calories — MRS. P. M. W. TER, ARLENE, and inspected MeetinK was in pi . ogress during Funds for the trip were ra .s- X ;Xd frS POLLY -- Small child- a trophy he had won with one lheir stay> Ju]y 3 lst-August 4th,ed by the youth during the part ™^ Ra ras so eas- of his handsome horses . . . We] Ttley WC re guests of thc Ware 's year m various projects, and by in wit. vcrnon yesic ™ a *' J fen Jos eP ?£ e *J?.,*^ niece to Chanel Methodist church withtlonat ons from interested Harvey E. Hargrnves of Coello, lly If a movei (a P'ecc io nS^Sad MaUS « S fdends. The group was led under m was a business visitor ta ^Wtff^S pastor. the sponsorship of the pastor .Mt. Vernon Monday. iboard) is lost, l una a gon iee nimble-fingered artists plyed|a pleasure also visited another home and, while there, I was shown a "love-seat" which is a hundred years old—at least . . . And, naturally, from thc moment I saw it until now, I keep thinking how nice it would be setting before the triple windows in my living room ... (No use to beg, fellow antique lovers, because I am NOT telling where I saw this beautiful piece of early-day elegance ... Its owner has indicated that she may be persuaded to sell it . . . And, selfishly, I'm keeping its whereabouts a secret until I see whether or not I can swing the deal.) All in all, It was a wonderful afternoon — from beginning to end — spent with wonderful folks . .. Folks we look forward to seeing again—and again— because being with them is such Some of the highlights of the.Rev. Benjamin Anderson. H. L Carr Is Assistant Supt. At Wood River High School companied them home and will'your answers, but that letter pend a week visiting in Decatur. about the little four-year-old taking one grape at the grocery store amazed me. Are YOU agreeing with that busybody Mr. and'Mrs.'Frank McGatlvWho saw it and said. "He'll be and Mr. and Mrs. Euil Morgan i^Dr^k: \U1mTll Happy Circle Club Meeting The Happy Circle Club met last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Inez Quinn on Waltonville Road. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon following prayer by Katherine Medders. The business meeting opened with group singing followed with prayer by Mrs. Lulu Doty. Edith Sursa conducted roll call with ten members answering. Poems were read, games and contests were enjoyed, and several prizes were awarded. Martha Kent received a special prize. Mrs. Lulu Dory and Mrs. Opal Jenes were welcomed as guests. The next meeting will be held September 5 at the home of Mrs. Edith Sursa. • The belated "thanks" or "congratulations" or "sympathy" mean so much less than if they had been offered at the first opportunity? With all these reasons for not procrastinating, why do we so often put off the things that should be done, or need to be done, or that we really want to do, until tomorrow? * • « Don't put off reading Ruth Millett's "Happier Wives (hints for husbands)." Send 25 cents to Ruth Millett Reader Service c/o Register-News, P.O. Box 489, Dept. A, Radio City Stw tion, New York 19, N.Y. 4-H NEWS The Woodiawn Busy Jills 4-H Club met, recently, at the home of Martha Clark with eight members and three guests attending. Talks were given by Martha Clark, Linda Knox, and Kathy Boone.. Demonstrations were given by Diana Braddy and Lin da Rightnowar. The achievement meeting was discussed. have returned from a weeks acation in Minnesota. They were accompanied home by the Morgan's son, Allan, who spent the past two months in Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Fitzgerald and Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Brown of Kansas City have returned to their homes following a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Mannen and other Mt. Vernon relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Baker and daughter, Phyllis, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Monical and son, all of Kinmundy, spent Sunday visiting in the home of J. R. Monical. COMING SOON John Sr. & John Jr. DEAR ABBY . . . 'The Grapes Of Wrath" Abigail Van Buren DEAR ABBY: I'm surprised at you. I usually agree with ers. Miss Carla Tinsley of Dix spent the weekend visiting with her grandmother, Mrs. Delia Justice of this city. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Knight of St. Louis and Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Brendel and daughter, Kay, of Houston, Texas, have returned to their homes following a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Vern Farthing of this city. Q—Which planet is noted for the periodic appearance of a strange red spot? A—Jupiter. LITTLE LIX children take things that don't belong to them, it isn't stealing. They don't have a clear sense of what belongs to them and what doesn't." Besides, a grocery store is no place to discipline a child. She should have waited until they got home, and then explained why he shouldn't have taken the grape. You must never humiliate a child by reprimanding him in front of others. STEADY READER DEAR READER: Sorry, L don 't speak Spoclt. If a child of four doesn't know that what he MMis displayed at a grocery .store does not belong to him, the time to teach him Is when he starts to help himself. I realize that public reprimand is doubly hard for a child to bear, but for some reason, those are the lessons they seem to remember longest. * * * DEAR ABBY: The letter from the young mother who didn't want to make a scene over one grape interested me. No scene is necessary if you start with the first grape. Several months ago, while marketing with my 3 M -year-old son, I noticed he was eating a cookie to wheh he had helped himself. I quietly led him to the cashier and asked him to apologize for taking what did not belong to 'him. Then I insisted on "pay ing" for it. Believe it or not had to make faces at the casher over my child's head to get her to cooperate with me. She was ready to assume the "Oh, that' all right, forget it," attitude. It' diffcult for mothers to teach their children complete honesty without the cooperation of oth DEAR ABBY: Thc "grape story reminded me that we are never too young (or too old) to learn a lesson in honesty. When my husband and I were newly- | ^ _ l i 1 _ _ I weds, in 1937, things wereDarleen MaiCOllTI ough. We were treating our- _ . — selves to a "movie"—the first I [ OUT I fig bUTOpe in many months. My husband bought the tickets and as we were getting seated, he whispered in my ear, "Oh, boy! The nas Deen a Peace Corps teacher cashier gave me change for a in Ghana, Africa, for the pastj TEN, and I only gave her a I two years is now touring Europe, one!" I turned to him and said ! sh * lef t Africa July 20 and "Is your integrity worth only flew to Rome, Italy. From there, nine dollars?" He walked back ishe went to Athens, Greece and called the cashier's attention to her error and returned to me. Then he squeezed my hand and said. "Thank you, dear. I needed that lesson." PROUD * • « 1 Any woman who is really clever is clever enough to hide the fact. CLOSED Wednesday Afternoon Johnson The Florist 2020 Broadway MRS. C.C.R. Harold Lee Carr, son of well known business man Lelan Carr. was recently named ad- » mlnistrative assistant to the ; • new superintendent Dr. Nel ^ Havens of East Alton-Wood Ri- |>. ver High School in Wood River, t*- Illinois. Mr. Carr succeeds Dr. Eldon Wheeler, who resigned to take |i a position in Colorado. The appointment was made at a special meeting of the Board of Education. He will have charge of the area of coordination of student activities and services, and counselor. He was a graduate of Mt. Vernon Township High School in the class of 1952. He received his Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in Education from Southern Illinois University and has done further graduate work since receiving his Master's Degree. He went to East Alton-Wood River high school in 1959 from Southern Illinois University where he was an instructor in the departments of industrial education and applied science. 1% ^"/^SP Mrs. William Litherland oi turned upside down makes a Cisne spent yesterday afternoon wonderful substitute. They come shopping in the King City. in all colors, too. — H. G. Owen I. Hicks of Bonnie made 4LL J JM ^ S ~ «™"l' s ,^ u ' d a short business trip to Mt. x ™» Mi '* to ,. ^, od " s , e ' Vernon Monday. Children aren't the only ones . . . „, .. , ,,, who lose parts of gomes.— Lester L. Webber of Wayne POLLY City transacted business in the DOTTV ^r King City yesterday afternoon. D £ AR f 0LLY ~ J F > ou f" 1 rn J n i t n . • masking tape over the quarter- Clyde Beckman of lexico was round bas9 board molding when a Mt. Vernon business visitor vou paint a wall vou win keep Monday. paint from Gripping on tacked- Roger Watkins of Woodiawn down carpeting, made a business trip to the King Also this tape is good for re- City yesterday afternoon. moving carpet fuzz and dust in Theodore Smith of Benton corners where broom and sweep- transacted business in Mt. Ver- er cannot reach. The tape peels non Monday. off easily, taking the dirt with Glen Richardson of Bluford,^-— MRS - R - G - H was a King City business visitor yesterday afternoon. C. E. VanSlyck of Christopher made a business trip to Mt. Vernon Monday. Pickled Tongue-Twister H. L. Carr For the past four years he has been vocational machine shop instructor and counselor. Mr. Carr. 28, is married to the former Patricia Mezo daughter of J. H. Mezo, of this city They have a son, Steven Lee. Miss Darleen Malcolm, who BLOOD IS NEEDED ST. LOUIS (AP)—When the National Pickle Packers Asso\* A i >r R T-,„I i ' ciation picked Dill L. Pickle of Mrs. Anada Nance of Dahl- H ollandale, Miss., as its "Man gren spent yesterday afternoon f , h Y th St Louis Post shopping in the King City. Dispatch couldn't resist point- Glen Richardson of Buford j ng out t h a t Mr. Pickle was in made a brief business trip to a strong position to challenge Mt. Vovnon yesterday. the legendary Mr. Piper in the Raymond Lane of Wayne City Awhimsical article offered spent Monday afternoon trans- the following as a new tongue- acting business in the King City, twisting test: "The National Mr. and Mrs. Nick Barriconni Pickle Packers picked a man of of Carbondule visited friends and the year, a man of the year the shopped n Mt. Vernon yesterday, National Pickle Packers picked. Dwain Richardson of Chicago If the National Pckle Packers was a business visitor in the ipeked a man of the year, Dill •King City Monday. He is aL Pickle is the man the pickle former resident of Macedonia. | packers picked." will travel to Vienna, Berlin, Amsterdam, Paris, and London, and she plans to spend some time in New York City. j On August 25 she will arrive i in St. Louis and, from there, she will return to the home of herj (jive together —(+)—• DEAR ABBY: About the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis young mother whose child ate a'Malcolm in Belle Rive. Following stolen grape from the grocery I two weeks with them, she will| counter. She should have'leave for Berkeley. California, , taught the child never to eat i where she will enroll at the Uni-' wild lifejs decreasing in fruit unless it had been washed versity of California to study for some states because of the lack " wonder there is so'.her Master's Degree, — * u - " u first. No much sickness in the world. There is more harm in eating unwashed fruit than in stealing. It says in the Bible, "Cleanliness is next to Godliness," you know. ANOTHER MOTHER! DEAR MOTHER: True, all fruit should be washed before eating. But it is equally Important that the fruit should be paid for first! "Cleanliness Is next to godliness" Is NOT a quote from the Bible — but "Thou shalt not steal" Is. * * * Tell your troubles to Abby. For a personal, unpublished reply, please send a stamped, self- addressed envelope. * * * Getting married? For Abby's booklet, "How To Have A Lovely Wedding", send 50 cents to | Abby | of food, or the cover charge. I rr.v.v W.Y .'.V.V. Quick Quiz Q—What does the suffix "hurst" mean in place names, such as Maplehurst? A—"Hurst" (from the Anglo- Saxon "hyrst") means a wood or forest. Your Manners Meeting conversational gambits with glum silence marks you as a dull person. A few words can make a difference. Complete Repair and Remodel Financing Through Low Cost FHA Loans. Terms to fit your needs — up to 60 months to pay Can be as low as $5.00 per month. Free Parking Free Delivery MT. 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