Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 5, 1963 · Page 11
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 11

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1963 fHE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS 11 DAHLGREN Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kent iind daiiKlUor Barbara returned to their home In Kansas City, Mo., Sunday, after spending a lew days here In the home of Her father, William .lines. Her mother, Mrs. Mnudc .lines Is a [lalicn! In the Hamilton Memorial Hospital In McLcansboro, siilToritif? from injuries she received in a recent car wreck. Mr. Juke Glrard is a patient in the Hamilton Memorial Hospital in McLcnnshoro, suffering from a broken leg. He fell In his home here Inst week, causing his injury. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Davis iind children of Tuscola, III., . spent the Thanksgiving holidays here with her parents, Mr. ' and Mrs. Frank Kareher. Mrs. Ella Underwood is visiting relatives in E. St. Louis, •fll. Miss Nancy Webb of lleddick, III., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trotter of McLcansboro, Charles R. Cross of Belleville and Miss Marilyn Ford of Addieville spent the day Thursday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cross. Mrs. Nell Sneccl bus moved to McLcansboro, having recently sold her home to Mr. and Mrs, Don Glenn. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Gcist and children of Harvey spent, the Thanksgiving holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Geist and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Grimes. Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul L. Aydt and family of Louisville, Ky Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kareher and family of Decatur, 111., vis ited with their parents, Mr and Mrs. L. L. Aydt and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kareher, over the holiday weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Aydt and family of Mt. Vernon spent Sunday Avdts. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur McNair Jand family of Niles, 111., nnd Air. and Mrs. John D. McNair and family of Plainfield, III., , visited their parents, Mr. and Mi's. F. J. McNair over the Thanksgiving holidays. Miss Linda Jines came home Sunday after spending a few days last week with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Wagner in Evansville, Ind. Thanksgiving Day guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cravens were: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bussmeyer of St. Louis. Mo.: Mr. Lawrence Ripplin- ger of Carmi; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rippllnger of Harvey; Mr. and .Mrs. Norman Cravens and son of Elgin; Mr. and Mrs. O.P. Cravens and daughter Yvonne; Mr. Kcnenth Ray, all of Dahlgren. Mr. and Mrs. l-ewis Miller wore visitors in Spirngfield Friday and Saturday. Mr. Charles E. Porter of South Bend, Indiana, spent Thanksgiving Day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Porter. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hagcman nnd two daughters, Mary Ann and Susan of Macomb, Mr. and Mrs. Creel Speer and children Carol Jean, Marilyn, Tom and Amy of Tahlegrovc, III., spent the holiday weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rawls. Mrs. Jack Winemiller of Macedonia spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Elsa Hutchcraft and Mrs. James Lemtnon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rawls nltended a General - Electric meeting on the "Service of the Furnace," last week in Owensboro, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hutchcraft of Sikeston, Mo. spent the weekend visiting with bis mother, Mrs. Elsa Hutchcraft and other relatives. Darrell Kennedy, who attends S1U at Carhondale, spent tlie holiday weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lewis and Mrs. Lillian Broadlread of Mt. Vernon, Indiana spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Finn. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jones of Belle Rive are the new managers of the Phillips 66 Restaurant and filling station here in Dahlgren, recently managed by Mr. and Mrs. Don Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Collison and son, Robert of Wauwatosa, Wis., Dr. and Mrs. John S. Goin and family of Champaign and Mrs. Alma Collison of Bluford were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper C. Goin. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cravens and son of Elgin spent, the holiday weekend here with Jones and other relatives. Mrs. Jones accompanied them home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kennedy and children of Harvey, spent Thanksgiving holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Zachman, Mr. and Mrs. Orvll Kennedy and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kennedy and family of Belleville spent Thursday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orvll Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bogon of Lincoln spent the weekend at their home here. Mrs. Bogan remained for a few days longer stay. Mrs. Gladys Bledsoe and son of Chester, visited wilh her mother, Mrs. Viola Jones Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Almos Barnhill and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smallwood Jr. of Clinton, III., spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Alva McMillen nnd family. Rev. nnd Mrs. Gene Auxier and family of Ramsey, III., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Auxier Thursday. Weekend visitors in the home of Mrs. Mary Spangler were Mr. and Mis. Tom Kelly and children of Decatur, Mrs. Pearl Boner of Biliski, Miss., and her son, Mr. Charles Boner o£ Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Kenneth Piercy of Visalia, Calif., arrived last week for an extended visit with her mother, Mrs. Hester Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Don Powers and family of Jolict and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Moore and daughter of Scymore, 111., were visitors with their mother. Mrs. Jean Powers and their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. Williams over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hart and family of Blue Island, l<oc Smith of Melrose Park visitet Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mitchell and other relatives over the holiday weekend. Mrs. William Skelton and children of Collinsvillc, III., spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Tennison. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Cox of Ottawa viistod in the borne of their aunt, Mrs. Hazel Gedye over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Parkhill. Mrs. Goldia Parkhill, Mr. and Mrs. James Cross spent Thanksgiving Day in Red Bud, 111., with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Parkhill and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E. Brown and family of Belleville, Mich, spent Friday and Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Parkhill. Miss Dailene Richardson I spent the weekend in Evans- BLUFORD Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce of Bonnie, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Mnnnen and fnmlly and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Norris and family of Waltonville, enjoyed Thanksgiving Turkey dinner nl. the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Bert Ma tints and hell>cd Mrs. Mathus celebrate Iter birthday. Quite a large number from out-of-town attended the Homecoming at the High School Friday night, among them several former teachers. We will try to list as many ns we can remember. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sanders of Onnrga, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hedges of Sims; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ice of Girard, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Popple of Rossville, III.; Mr. and Mrs. Louie Austin, Mr. Gale Austin and daughters of Davis Junction, 111.; Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Lovin of Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Woodworth of Hammond, Ind.: Mr. nnd Mrs. Danny Lachr of Decatur, III.; Mrs. Jerry Hulbcrt of Edwardsville; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fritz of Rockford, 111.: Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Gillispie of Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Marlow and Mr. and Mrs. Heroic Gutzler and children spent the Thanksgiving Holidays with Sgt. and Mrs. Morris Henry in Kansns City, Mo. Visitors nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Lovin and Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Lovin during the holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey lxmi\ and children of Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lovin and family of Granite City; and Miss Helen Lovin of Belleville, III. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Lachr and sons of Decatur spent. Thanksgiving weekend with her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Z. M. Reeder of Mt. Carmel also spent ville, Tnd., with relatives and attended the Shriner Circus while there. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Learned of Valier, visited Sunday afternoon witli Mrs. Elsa Hutchcraft who is ill at t he home of her daughter, Mrs. James Lemmon. BENOIST BROS. ACE HARDWARE FOR PICK OF THE PACK NEW FROM Now lEG0 ...the colorful snap-together bricks that build practically anything...offers additional exciting Ideas to help stimulate a child's creativity. The new WHEEL TOY SET has the necessary pieces for building all kinds of "Moving" Joys. The new DOLL SET offers the exact bricks for making dolls of many different nations. HAVE CAMPLETE SELECTION OF TOYS AND GIFTS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY! WE HAVE I t THOUSANDS \ of Beautiful and | Serviceable GIFTS ( for Everyone i in the Family, S Relatives and : Friends, ALL 1 at Our LOW • Attractive Prices. j USE OUR j LAY-AWAY j PLAN t FREE GIFT i WRAPPING p ? FREE BALLOONS I FOR THE KIDDIES Thanksgiving Day in the Sanders home. Mrs. Grace Shau.se and Mrs. Essie Esmon have returned from a three weeks trip to the East where they visited with Mrs. Shause's daughter .Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Esmon and fnmily or Midland Park. N.J. They also visited in New York City ! nnd attended the TV show "Pass Word" whore Julia Meade and Frank Fontaine were the stars for the week. They also spent one weekend in Ottawa, Canada. Last. Saturday they flew to Columbus. Ohio and were met by Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dale Shellon of Logan, Ohio and spent Saturday night there. On Sunday they accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Homer Baklridge and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Baldridge who were visiting their daughter and sister (The Shelton'si back here to Choir home. The Haldridges had spent the Thanksgiving Holiday with the Shclton family. Melva Derm Gowler of Chicago, spent the weekend wilh her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Kirkpatrick. Mrs. P. E. Rell returned Monday from a visit with her daughter Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stonecipher and family. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Nolta visited relatives in DuQuoin Sun- clay afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hiirrmnn or Fairfield and Mr. and C. A. Kile of Mt. Vernon, vis- i ited Saturday evening with Mr. I and Mrs. John Kovacli. ! Thanksgiving guests at Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hollowny were Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Shaffer of Plainfield, N. J. Mrs. Tressa Intriam of Albuquerque, N.M., Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Shaffer of Tcxico and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Holloway and children. Miss Belle Warren visited with Mrs. Tressa Ingram of Albuqerque, N.M. in the Clarence Holloway home, one day last week. Mrs. Evelyn Davis nnd son of Casey and Mrs. Norma Allen nnd children of Bloomington, Ind., spent Thanksgiving with their sister Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lane. Mi", and Mrs. Clarence Holloway. Paul Holloway and daughter Paula accompanied Mrs. Tressa Ingram to St. Louis Airport Saturday to return to her home. They also shopped in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Wood and family spent. Thanksgiving Day with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Olin Hayes, near Mt. Vernon. Others present for dinner, were Mr. nnd Mrs. James L. Hayes and family of Hammond. Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Douthit and daughter Alice Marie of Dix. Mr. nnd Mrs. Myron Bushong and sons of Decatur, III., spent Thanksgiving weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Waller Gutzlcr. Mrs. Freda Burrows was a business visitor in Ccntralio,! Saturday. | Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Pepple I Television Review BV CYNTHIA I/WRY .. AP Television-Radio Writer NEW YORK (API-Film star Gloria Swanson, in Ihe course of last weekend's NBC memoir How Old Is A Cat? By HAL BOYLK nnd fnmily of Ross\ille. III., jof Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Popple' nnd family nnd Mr. and Mrs. j Mnxey Pepple nnd family all [ sjx?nl Thanksgiving at the home j of llieir mother Mrs. Dcssie' Pepple. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Miller of Near Camp Ground all spent the day with her; grandmother. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fields of Michigan Ci1y. Tnd., nnd Mr. and Mrs. Waller Shellon of St., Louis viisted last week with : Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Shellon. Visitors on Thanksgiving Day were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Taylor and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wilson and son , and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Thomason. In Ihe afternoon : Floyd Shellon and family; called. Thanksgiving Day guests nl j the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Colwell were Mr. and Mrs. Lesler Romoser, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Romoser from Ridge Farm, III., Mrs. Alma Wilson and daughters from Rosedale, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thompson and Mrs. j family. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thompson and daughters from Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Romoser from West Union, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Colwell and son. Marlin Manning and Maxcy Pepple are attending the livestock exposition in Chicago. Mrs. Georgia Spillmnn of Conlrnlia spent the weekend wilh her daughter, Mrs. A. C. Reichman. . . . Zelma Kovach, Cor. WS 3KS 55S5 «S5 3? Cecil B. DeMille, said that in Hollywood the announcement thai n person was "asking for release" from his film studio contract was a polite way of saying he had been fired. She added that the further an noiincomenl that the person "will announce future plans" really meant that he had no job in the offing. Miss Swanson was referring specifically to a IftSJ announcement about DeMille, but ihe same phrases are still used— and still translated the same way. | Television has added a number of its own politely evasive! phrases to this show business j lexicon. For instance, when a performer in a series has "asked for release." his time, he says, immediately is consumed with considering the potentials of numerous series—never named — in which he would play the starring role. Comedian Gary Morton, Lucille Ball's husband, oflcn has done Ihe warniup for Lucy's studio audiences. Rul he will make his first appearance on the television program ilsclf on Jan. 27. Morton, a golf bug who shoots • almost a champion's game, will tie seen in an episode called "Lucy Takes Up Golf." ABC's Saturday night "Jerry (Lewis Show" winds up its short i run on Dec. and the net- i work's new variety show starts j on Jan. -I. The open date left in | its Dec. 28 schedule will be filled j witli a tape of "The 11th Annual iDeb Star Ball." This will be another girl- watchei-s' picnic, because the hall features 10 young actresses, chosen for beauty and talent by a Hollywood union of the makeup men and hairdressers Recommended tonight: "The Machine Thai Played God." \ NBC, 10-11, EST—Anne Francis land Gary Merrill star in a drama that has a lie detector machine as the villain. j NEW YORK (API—Cats, like women, rarely reveal their age. They woulln't tell the truth even if you put their paw on the : Bible. ' So it is T don 't know for cer- • tain how old Lady Dottie is. She j was in an advanced slagc of kil- i tcuhood when she adopted our family some years hack, and began to rule us with her iron whims. I would guess she is now in the equivalent of early midle age. Certainly she acts more like a spinster every day. She has developed a bad case of xenophobia, or fear of strangers. Unlike a spinster, she doesn't look under her bed for strange men before retiring. She merely runs and hides under the sofa when a Strang man enters the apartment, and usually stays there until he leaves. Formerly she liked to escort me into the hall when I went to work, and stand there gravely wait no snlil the elevator had whisked me down. Looking at her I sometimes had the erie feeling she was a kind of fur- covered, four-footed wife, silently telling me, "Now work hard all day like a nice little husband earn me a good living, and be sure to get home early." Irately, however. Lady Dottie has declined to go into the hall. She merely folows me to the door, gives a farewell rub against my legs nnd walks away. Apparently she has lost nearly all curiosity about the outside world. Now and then she Is ; stirred to a . tail-lashlng jungle excitement when ctn Impertinent sparrow perches on our windowsill. But for the most part she sems content to be an indoor cat, taking our apartment as her placid place of empire. She used to reach out and bat or bite our daughter, Tracy Ann, or the two children down the hall if they teased her or triel to fondle her too much. Now she puts up with their {letting with a regal air of resignation. Most cat lovers like to brag about their pets' tricks. The only trick Lady Dottie ever learned was, when accidentally shut into the bathroom, to leap up on the washstand and turn the doorknob wilh both paws, sometimes opening it. When wo try to get her to do Ihis trick for friends, however, she merely stands behind the door and plaintivly meltts for release. Cats, like children, never show off when you want them to. My wife, Frances, sometimes wearies of preparing Lady Dottie's meals. "I must have cut: up and warmed enough beef kidney and frozen codfish for that cat to fill a freight car," she says. Bui when I remark that cats are more trouble than husbands Frances replies: "Yes, in some j ways. But on the other hand, ! they are more intelligent conversationalists. When I talk to Lady Dottie, I at least, know she I hears me. That's more than I 1 can say for some husbands." SUPPORT YOUR RED CROSS BLOOD PROGRAM 8 8 t t I 8 I 18 18 8 8 8 8 8 Smart suggestion to..a..smart Santa . . . Gifts from Jackson': BILLFOLDS Men's and Ladies' Styles *3 95 BY Samsonite* \ WHEEL TOY 8 SET An experiment in imagination, concentration, invention. This is the fascination of the LEGO System by Samsonite. A five year old might make a doll today, snap-it-apart, and make a train tomorrow. 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