Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 5, 1963 · Page 7
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 7

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, December 5, 1963
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1963 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS INA Glassford of Knnkxkcc, Mr. ;nir| Mrs. Kenneth .lonos and Larry Johnston of SI. Ann, \ children, Mr. and Mrs. Byforrl Mo., spent, the holiday weekend I •'""e« and children, Mr. and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. i Mis. Frank Hicham. Wesley Johnston. I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bevis and Those enjoyiiiK a turkey din- I children of Matloon .spent the nor with Mr, and Mrs. Thomas | weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Farmer were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Glen Bovis and Mr. and Mrs. Glazcbrook, and Mrs. Lova Far-1 Dan Blond, mcr. i Mrs. GrcLtnh Kitxccrrells spent, the weekend here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Clark and children of Whittington visited Thanksgiving evening with Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Beatv. Mrs. Cora Roherson has returned home after spending; some time in the hospital. Paul Bevis has heen discharged from Miners Hospital in VV. Frankfort. Tfiose having dinner with Mrs. Gretla Fitzgerrell wore Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wilson and daughter, Brenda of SI. Ann, Mo., spent Thanksgiving and the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nihells. They also visited Mrs. Dorothy Johnston of Mt. Vernon Friday morning. Mrs. Francis Day and daugh- I ler, Delores, spent Thanksgiv- I ing Day with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Conner. j Mr. and Mrs. Gene Swecl.m , and children spent Thanksgiv- / ing with Mr. and Mrs. Gene I Blood. Mo., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnston. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nihells visited with Mrs. Howard Wilson Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Darnell of West. Frankfort and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Warren of Macedonia spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. I>n Blood. Carl Schmilf Ifm returned to his job at Fanners Frozen Foods, after being ill. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Williams i Mr. and Mrs. Glen Johnston and children, Mr. and Mrs. Joe > and daughter, of - sl - t - h!U ^ MANY MEMBERS. EMPTY PEWS STOCKHOLM (API — New Swodisli statistics show that 89.09 per cent of all Swedish children are baptized, and 87.48 per cent of them become confirmed church members. But in an average week, only 4.H per cent of the people attend church service. Weekly Food Review By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Plenty of red meal is available at economical prices in the nation's groceries this weekend j to help Christmas shoppers j maintain their stamina. [ The flow of hogs to Midwest- 1 ern markets has been the heav-' iest in almost two years, sug-; gesting "specials" should be frequent and inviting. Beef supplies are also strong.! running 15 per cent above a j year ago. j Cross-country checks indicate that the most often featured beef cuts this week include steaks, com beef, round aw j chuck roasts and sirloin Hp ! roasts. j Widespread pork features in- i elude sareribs, bacon 3moked picnics, Boston butts, loin roasts, chops and cutlets. In lhe poultry line, turkey and broiler-lrycr chickens continue to b« offered widely. Fresh vegetable features In- lude broccoli, cabbage, carrots, celery, lettuce, green on* Ions and potatoes. Fresh fruit offerings Include apples, bananas, grapefruit, grapes, oranges and tangerines. NOTICE A meeting at Ham's Grove Church will be held Dee. 7, 1963, 7-.00 P.M. All persons interested in perpetual ear* for Ham's Grove Ce/metery are urged to be present. HENRY MARLOW, Sec.-Treos. THIS CHAMP IS THE REAL Me.COV — CJo I ling a look at the trophy Is Real McCoy, si Hereford senior enlf. after It wns named grand champion steer of the International Live Stock Exposition Monday In Chieagn, The, 950-uimnri wliltc-fneed steer wns HIIOHII by John Minlsh, right, and his son. flnry, of Clio, lown. (AI» Wirephoto) WEEK-END SPECIAL Friday and Saturday, Dec. 6 and 7 BOYD OWM.U. W " U . It Ax//.v a Pllch WE HAVE MILK AVAILABLE IN PLASTIC CARTONS HALF & HALF 19* ICE CREAM Ga , 65* ICE CREAM M. 99* EGGS GRADE A LARGE Doz. 47* DAIRY STORES 110 N. 3rd Hours: 12 to 6 p.m. 1702 So. 10th Mt. Vernon, Illinois Those having Thanksgiving Day dinner in the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Piercy were: Mrs. Everett Bruce and son, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Piercy and son or Little Rock, Ark., Mr. Clarence Piercy of Okla, homa City, Okla., Mrs. Gib ! Jtocinghous and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Lerov Piercy and family ! of Villa Grove, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Piercy and son of Dallas, Texas and Mr. Irvin Beard of Mt. Vernon. Mr. .lim Harmon of Mt, Vernon visited in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wit ten- brink spent Thanksgiving with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Witton- brink of Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Copple and girls visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred High on Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mrs. Duaue Garreu and Jack, Mr. and Mrs. Viernil Garren and girls all of Centralia, Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Foutch and Nancy and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Prosise were dinner guests in the Dean Prosise home Thanksgiving Day. Mrs. Lillic White is visiting relatives in Wayne. Michigan. Melvin and Earl Douthit spent the week end in Villa Grove with their brother Mr. Claude Douthit and family. Mr. and Mrs, Lester Copple of Scymore, Illinois visiled his parents Mr. and Mrs, C. D. Copple recently. Mr. and Mrs. F.vcrott Mays and I'amly of Ontralia visited in the Howard Mays home Sunday. Mr. Dale Mooney of Kankakee is visiting relatives here. Our sympathy goes out to the Quartcrman family in the loss of Mrs. Clara Quartcrmnn who died last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hutchison of Somonauk visited recently wilh Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McCormick. Gary Lee Prosise spent Thanksgiving Day in the Les Sheldon home. 8 Vista designed with a special flair for gracious living -A [appliances ' VAP;»O Sunbeam Vista stainloHH Htool automatic olootrlo percolator • Complntply ininicrr.ililr fru c-v.y'rtnmf. 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