Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 11, 1963 · Page 7
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December 11, 1963

Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 7

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i r •l£ REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER SOCIETY W.S.C.S. Meets The Woman's Society of Christian Service met at the Waltonville Methodist church last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Opal Newell presented the devotions which included singing of Christmas hymns and a short meditation in keeping with tiie Christmas Story. Mrs. Sadie Smith, president, presided at the business session. A committee, consisting of Mrs. Alma Pittman, Mrs, Faye Norris, and Mrs. Jesvell McCor- mnck was appointed to make plans for gifts to he taken to shut-ins. This has been a special project of the Society for many years. Mrs. Smith gave the Christmas lesson, "If We Had Been In Bethlehem," assisted by Mrs. Opal Newell, Mrs. Eleanor Hodge, Mrs. Alma Pittman. the Rev. Tessie Minor, and Mrs. Peggy Fry. A total of 14 sick calls were reported. Mrs. Newell created an impressive worship center with a table covered with a red cloth, a large white candle, an open Bible and evergreens. Mrs. Margaret Dees, Mrs. Faye Norris, and Mrs. Feggy Fry, had transformed the dining room into a beautiful Christmas scene and delicious refreshments were served. Willing Workers' With Mrs. Benl The Pleasant Hill Willing Workers' Club met. December 3 at the home of Mrs. Thelma Bcal. A social hour was enjoyed and the annual Christmas dinner followed with prayer by Mrs. Tina McGhee. The business meeting opened with group singing. New officers were elected with Mrs. Mae Elliott new president for the coming year. Mystery Pal names were revealed and new ones drawn for the coming year. The annual Christmas gift exchange was enjoyed. A get-well card was signed and sent to a member now- in the hospital. On January 7, the club will meet with Mrs. Flawn Roper and all members are asked to attend. 111- Holdl •x<a HoldL -«-»<i«t:=-: i*?r» Lll i-da^ ay — :ne ^ p> n <z>- TC\ e from xlinp^ a _ . and -*es *T or "To V\^ec3 FOR LADIES ONLY — By SALLY — MARIE ANDERSON O F 1407 SALKM ROAD has my thanks Tor the peanut butter fudge recipe which arrived at my desk yesterday afternoon ... It is now on its way to Mrs. Wayne Webb of RFD 2, Dahlgrcn—who originally requested it. ... I was also happy to receive a telephone call yesterday morning from MARY HAMPTON telling me that she is sending a similar recipe to Mrs. Webb . . • So, by the time the holidays are over. Mrs. Wehb, I 'm certain, will be an export on preparing this delicious irail . . . 'Like myself, she had many failures in trying to make Christmas candy . . . And this particular type is a favorite of her family . . . So, this is one year when the needs of every sweet tooth will be met . . . and I know she joins me in expressing her appreciation for the prompt response to her appeal in preparing it.) In Missionary Work bow . . . fJust. about anything goes, once you get the basic ornament completed . . . And, as L said, these arc extra-easy to make . . . The fact that I managed it, really proves that they are.) Speaking of the things I manage to create — once in a blue moon . . . Or, occasionally at. Christmas time . . . I've found an ordinary meat platter lias other uses than the one for which it was originally designed .. . Last year, I used an extra-large antique one as the base for a centerpiece . . . First 1 filled it. with gold pine cones ... a few sprigs of evergreen . . . Then, down center, I placed three large, red Christmas candles . . . (Really a nice ef feet, I thought . . . and. of course, an inexpensive way to have such an ornament.) And, years ago, I used that same platter to create a sleigh . . . At center. I placed a tiny Santa Claus who seemed to be driv- • * , ing the reindeer which had been Nothing so lifts ttic morale j "hitched" to it . . . (So, when I of this column writer as having! get discouraged about, my lack a reader remember a sugges-1 of ability in making unusual tion which appeared a year I decorations for the gay yule ago . . . And, I was certainly ! season, I sort of cheer myself pleased to receive a telephone j up by remembering other years call from just such a reader i when I didn't really do so had who wanted mc to repeat the | . . . And. recalling how pretty instructions for making a that old platter looked. I may MISS J!_JLIET ELLEf-vj — and Mrs. Ch ar ies S. /VAav-F* ^•Qton, III., announce the enga^e 3 * r ^5t Ellen, to William Edw <a r a ' &c: r " <=e S. Bottom ley of island I—' o s g ^ion F. Botton-< | e ^ . Miss ^3C ^y£eld attende-ci H>c? Pauvv Universe «fc-y- 0 f Grecncastl re she wa ppa Kappa «J attended AA* Bloom" *~ ter, JL» * Consta r late G<=> AA FIELD -IcJ of 202 ! c nt O tomley New -' • I x- -*Jhe=- Opdyke Homeowners To Meet Thursday The Opdyke unit of Homemakers* Extension Association will meet Thursday evening. December 12, at 6:30 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Lula Hopkins. Each member is asked to bring s covered dish for the supper. A gift exchange will be held. Happy Women'* Club The Happy Women's Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Mae Sechrest in Bluford on December 12. A potluck dinner will be terved at noon and there will be t dollar Christmas gift exchange. Garden Club The Mt. Vernon Garden club will meet Friday afternoon at the West. Salem Methodist church and will present a Christmas show at this time. "Let's Make Christmas Beautiful" is the theme and Mrs. D. P. Danncr is the general chairman. The show will begin at two o'clock. Members will bring creative Christmas arrangements for viewing and it is expected this will be a lovely show. Thew will be no judging of the various entries. An invitation has been extended to the Garden Glories Garden Club and the King City Garden club to attend. There will be no executive board meeting Friday but there will be a short business meeting between 1:30 and 2 o'clock so that final plans can be made for the annual visit to the Mt. Vernon Tuberculosis sanatar- ium. Members will go to the sanatarium Wednesday morning, December 18. at nine o'clock to make Christmas decorations for the patient's rooms. Mrs. L. A. Mylius is general chairman of this worthwhile project. Hostesses for the meeting on Friday are Mrs. Earl Hanes, Mrs. Frank Hrovatin and Mrs. Charles Pardee. Ana Shaw Class The Ana Shaw Class of Sum- mcrsville Baptist church will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Frank Hopkins, No. Six, Royal Place for the annual Christmas Party. Rotary Club Meets Ken Rutledge was guest speaker when the Mt. Vernon Rotary Club met Tuesday at the L. and N. Cafe for the weekly luncheon meeting. He was introduced by Fred Mossiman. Mr. Ruthledge discussed radio broadcasting. Rotarian Alan Ackerman of the East Peoria Club, was a visitor. Make-up trips included a visit to the Harrisburg Club by Bill Burks. The next meeting will include the observance of Ladies Night and the annual Christmas party. A. A. U. W. Meets The Mt. Vernon Branch, American Association of University Women, held its Christmas meeting on Tuesday evening, Decern bo- ana, w5"* of the ority. t>,c Normal _ Illinois ceived -~* field a Indict XT "! ember Oamnia Sor- Illinois State XJniversily and S-5-outhern * 5 * — nivcrsity where she re- ' ij * 13. S. degree- Mi^^ Mav* studied ,it tno 3E nstit uio — of Euro iS^ean Studies >• n Vienna, • < "Austria- -S3he is present 1>- a speech correct i<=»-• =~-ist at the s Poe<-:i and • -" Hearin.tr Center of th«- t_~r-i i •v-rrsily Hospital j n Augusta ' ioorKia. >3 1 1" way Drive, their daucjh- \ "»on of Mrs. | "f^ey, and the j '•v i io received • ii-«.m Rutgers \ mrmbrr of 'he ~ ' V . I le is sec- the 1.. <>f Augusi.i. inrxl for F<h -y Melho-UM he daughter tiiv Morgan r of A. 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Ab- 1. you think ? hfi T after •*r.s in Bible fi)i Ioj;e he able lo clo "'•><--1 1 c*r I hail tcn-year-< " <• t _»->ti nol•se mistake.-- --*ri<:5 men- •om to inc. i >• T I. ore n SMALL: I **«»n~* Know nail" your »**. t»nt 'ople were ihry ^^^fcise enough nionoy 1u more liter:it«» rninister. * * ABBY: M> J ^iot Iioi—in- -*3lerfering wi t IT i > mar•*•- e have Ji\c<i with her — ce we've hc«'*'» rv arried is the type < > lil-ccs Everything hersoH' iic- -«..:•»body can <t' » s >"thiiin I have nevei- r-»-iiiclc a >-cl 1 am not c* Uowed to iron. If I dt> ?ir-x >-thirig. "^^^ it. over. M> ti x. t ^btind should considor- T -iiysoll !rr ~^* have free rooirn and •"^^-nien his mother criii- B ^^'. my luisb:»rid never _ word to di-t on <r - me. leave him 11 before •any children *?• •fe- UNIIAJ'I 'Vr I«- if« :i only of «h«'trt*-r vou •e -ave 'lita Br>'OKK >-«u "•fc-JUdren or AI-"TEK you - "«dt them, I'd loivve Better yet. Wl» jv" «l<>ii't lM '-»nl is niiitlier? fur fnnii ins£ > «»«» vniir Imp" - - - - • r N 5 -;V - "lave rrvei-t' r t •.' - ' - • a « no re I liav«' - 'Ml - • -w \crv lew - • • • - > . . ; « iil<t - . • j,, uu .(.( ;i •" v i : i " -----i ! i • t-liiceil '..'<• - i - " \ , i t 1 " . i andicap|><'<l ; ~- I t . .- ,-\. •. • j Mich - - . - - ...aii!'- -« tioul them. -'--.•* ; • • !'«- they IKIVC - " - «-*: • : - • '• €•<•-* ' - ; i HMII ly ha\e • . - - - • - r - ..: .» - < ieiuli. Thi-. - >- « - * !'... t<» you. hut J *. . i % . - - • _ ;•»••.- Where (MH - T t - . - ' •- i < "» V ,t - * - . s .. X »»--'%.' L w -->»•: Tl'<- I«M-:I | Siicli -lv x~ < "ri j»i»lt-it i ;» J • t r «- 11 : ,|„| X ( ;» Uri.,\\«< -»-^ till' KlIstiT - ~*. I r^-«~«-*«-t> i «— l »»vt«-»l in yuur din -i -f * . Vv,U tlielit ;> - • «i «**_»> t>«- «*»- ttttloil hi tliflr - t i.-* 1 K «-t - * • *ic •- 1 tier when l-liristmas orn.uiiep.t with coal hangers as its base , , . Natur- 1 ally. I'm glad to oblige—so. here goes: First, put scxeniecn coal hangers together - with the hooks all pointing the same nay . . Now, with a pair of helping hands firmly holding Hie coat hangers, you wire the Ixitturns together . . . u>ing elastic bands, vou create a circle with the hooks by stretching elastic hands Ironi one to another-pulling the hooks about an inch apart until the circle is complete . . . When ; this is done, you have a cage- j like ornament • . . Now. Willi the hooks turned upward, put ' a loop of wire at the top with which to hang t h e ornament . . . Spray the whole thing with gold paint . . . Decorate hy --lipping sections of poin-et-i tias and holly between the wire : until the side is filled and 1 some is entwined through the •'lie . . . Finally. <>n each hook, place a liny red ball Mich as are attached lo a Christmas tree . . And. there you have- one of the g.tyest deeoriition- l ve ever seen t was first told about tiie-e last year by M R S. CKORC.E (iKR.MANN . . . Ami. I heard later on. many such ornaments were used to brighten homes m this community •liter the suggestion appeared here . , . Incidentally, mine is :-'t!tg to III' ll'IUoVi-,1 ] ii I |v> ii'si'inent where It has hung i' tielully wrapped in plastic •hecting since I >"t Oiristina- o.il it wilt icitiin to the hook • ii the door between the (lining room ami kitchen at m\ place ... i If NOII make one. 1 w<uu you to note iiow the tiny red baubles rctlect the lights and have all the appearance of little electric hulhs . . . The effect is truly lovelv - r«nd >o cheerful. I If you ptelei, you can, of course, tic a cluster ot pine cones to the bottom of the ornament . . . °i. a huge red t ra i inform this year.) it the anie way I aho received a rc(|iiest for a method whereby the remains of the Christmas ham may he Used . . . Naturally, there arc many ways . . . So, today, I'll give the instructions for preparing ham loaf . . . add one egg lo one and one-hall pounds ground ham . . . salt and pepper to taste . . . add one-half cup each milk and bread crumbs . . . Blend well and shape into loaf . . . bake '1(1 minutes at .'125 degrees. Serve with a sauce made by combining three-lourths cup brown sugar . . . one-half teaspoon dry mustard . . . one-fourth cup each vinegar anil water . . . i Boil the mixture for about, three minutes and serve while . lukewarm . . . MIGHTY TASTY. RELIEVE ME.) « V * Anonymous: Tini Is the ability to describe others as they sec themselves. Take It From Kathy School, during the time she was in college. In the summer of to ac- tn- Marcia Kay Thomson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Terrill Thomson of 7 Evergreen Place, is serving in missionary work at Mashoko, Southern Rhodesia, as an educational secretary. Miss Thomson, a member of the Central Church of Christ, is J a graduate of Mt. Vernon high school with the class of 1955. In H157 she enrolled as a student in Ozark Bible College. For the first few years she was a part lime student because she. iworked 1(1 hours a week as a telephone operator. Later she riuil her job to ricvole full time ,in her studies. During the time she was in .loplin she was a member of the Carterville •Christian church. Carterville, I Mo., where she taught several classes of young jieople. Marcia Kay was active in the j Lord's Helpers, the mission or- igani/alion at the Ozark Bible 1%2 she went to Hawaii teach VBS's and camp, in enrdance with the Mission ternship Program. In May. 19ti.'i she graduated from college with a BSL degree. This fall she studied six weeks at .loplin Business College 1o further prepare herself for her work at Mashoko Mission. In Rhodesia she is working with .John Pembcrton, manager , of L'l schools in (he area, including Mashoko Bible College. Her work is important in the management of and future (growth of the schools. WOKK A COMPKOMISK HY KAlirV I'I'.TEKSON Newspaper Enterprise Assit Hear Kaihy: My folks arc mal ing a big fuss ahnut wanting io conic home from college the Chi'i'iinas-NYw Year's vacation. Some of my friends ,-,re going South or to the BaVmas. I told my parents 1 don't want to do ilus but I have lieen invited to \L-il a classmate in another state. Why can't I go? Mom and dad say no.—Disappointed. Dear Disappointed: For many, the holidays still mean a heartwarming gathering of kith and kin. You may be in college but lo your parents you are their baby. ' They w;:nt you home. However, j if ii is financially possible, ask j if you can't fit in a few dav.s' j visit with your friend. The college milieu is for learning and i growth and such a trip is *>arl ] of the process. If I hey Say no, ; don'1 sulk around the house and spoil everyone's fun. Thai only niej piows vou ;uc their "babv." for! An airplane hostess lost a fnirse wall 850 in it during a ! flight- Maybe through an air pocket. HUMOR NO INTEREST LOST I The little old lady confidential l.v told her neighbor that she kept! her money hidden at home, in a! coffee can. "You know, of course," said the neighbor, ''you ave. losing on your interest." "Oli, no, I'm not," twinkled lite little old lady. "I'm putting away a liltle extra just for that." Carl Partri <3K« both ot tJfc »i» ter's sons, R. Loehr, among the funeral off was held burg. In -cl Mrs- An i spent _ ping in IV£-fc- Mrs Erma "F^liilii-i^ss. friends City Tuesday. Mrs. "WsfcX -t«?: Leansbor noon shopp-wi Mrs. ^/T^a was a business - VTUSX Mrs=. E:^L-X ~1 othy Wil King City afternoon Mrs. of John and s> ho Tuesday. Fred T_, made a King: City- Donald transacted non Tuesday. was a Kin^ dZTI t yester-rt >~ £=* f ~*~ «— Lodge ~ Orsint spent Tuesday- acting busi Mrs. -'Vu sonvill per and biasm day. L. O. Sh^ -o^ brief business T non Tues<ia.>--- Paul Williams a Mt. yesterday aif Wayne made a Kins City- Mrs. XI £ Rive transaLCted shopped, day. Donald a busine-s^ v-isi "t ox- City Tuesda y- af'K^' Mr. and. !!\TrTS- ~ Wayne <TT i t> visitors; stndf Vernon y^esr-t« Mr. n <rl >lrs of Schcll ernoon -o-jr> r->xn City. Mr- and of Mcl^ea non shop Mrs. Euni transact ped in th Mrs. Nlaxine field visi ped in IVT T _ Mrs. \."elr Rive spent >-est shoppinsx in "r r~i Mrs. XZ>E ^^—x<-5 ~£ field \v visit or- i=> n fa <-> Mrs. ~ — Rive transact shoppe-d u~ I HN-X t _ day. Leo Tate «=>if short business City Tiipsdav of .»1 «-lu»» xv ill «»».-<-t' **'» »me i. I inn Villi. \ - ^ * U»LNiI TO KK.N- -k. • • "V : It <<* -*--»t»*t take nn> -—«»«•-<-«> t.> \.N" than it % mm i—ll . . * * -» * >t. >«»' :sind'.' For a n =. - i «-j«ty. — i-*i«| a self-iid- i ^;.i::i|H' ' «-*n\olo|M^ to £*~-•-••s: ::;>tvr» ttoverly llill^, lu - - -•"-t. "How To v-vltling," send s . 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