Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 12, 1963 · Page 16
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December 12, 1963

Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 16

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16 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS THUR5DAY, DECEMBER 12, 1963 BLUFORD Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Kaelin and her mother, Mrs. Alma Schlau have returned home alter spending last week with their children n Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. John Kovach and wn. Randy, drove to St. Louis airport Sunday night to meet their son, A/1C Jim Kovach, who returned from an eighteen month lour of duty in Okinawa, Kadena Air Base. He is en route to Berlin, Germany for a three year tour of duty and will leave about Jan. 2nd. Mrs. Roy Warren and son; George arid Brooks of Fulton. Ky, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Loren Osborn and oth tr friends here. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bell of Paducah, Ky., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr- arid Mrs P. E. Bell. Rev. and Mrs. H. A Chapman and son also spent Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Osborn spent last Thursday and Friday in Carmi visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ward and attended the big cattle sale. Mrs. W. E. Kaelin accompan led Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Henne. berry of Mt. Vernon to Taylor ville, 111., Sunday where they at tended the christening of their new granddaughter. The Couple's Club of the EU.B Church and their families enjoyed a turkey dinner Saturday eve ning, in the church basement There was also a gift exchange and a business meeting and election of officers was held. Chas. Kite, president; Mildred Wilson, Vice Pres.; Mary Johnson, Secretary, and Cyrus Wood, Treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lyerla and (laughters of Trenton, III., spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mariow- Charles Loehr Ss., Paul Partridge of Mt. Vernon, Charles Jr, and Danny Loehr of Decatur, and Carl Sanders of Bluford, attended the funeral of Neal Kemp in Huntingburg, Ind., Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Addie Kemmerling Russ ell asked us to give her grand- on's address to his friends: It is Pfc. F. E. Kememrling 2035270, HMS 31-235 CADRE MAG 31, Metalshop MCAS, Beaufort, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Loehr and sons, Mark and David of Decatur spent Saturday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sanders. .... Mrs- John Kavoch, Cor. WE THE WOMEN By RUTH MILLETT "One of my wife's former puitors visited our town on ousiness recently. He phoned to tay "hello" and we invited him :o dinner. "That was a mistake. First my wife bought a new dress for the occasion and thend uring I.W. visit, she turned on the eh.inn until I wanted to walk • ml on the two of them. Do yon iljink that was right?" writes a male reader. I wonder how ho did expect her to behave. If she had something attractive to wear, he might have a legitimate complaint about the new dress, but certainly not about the charm. If there's one thing a woman, any woman, confronted by the sudden appearance of an old beau wants to do, it is to make him see how much he missed by not getting her. Likewise, and this too is only human, she wants to let him see that she did pretty well for herself. Your wife was probably hoping against hope that you'd be witty and gay and make it quite obvious that you were very much in love with her. That would serve two purposes. It would let the old beau know that she had chosen Wisely. And it would also make Her doubly sure, herself, that «ne had made the right choice, . .f^f lope you covered up your "third.whcel" feeling well enough to appeal- to the best advantage as a successful man, hoft husb *nd and a good LEGAL NOTICE STATE OF ILLINOIS Notice to Contractors For Work to be Constructed • Under the Illinois Highway Code. 1. Time and Place of Opening Bids. Sealed proposals for the improvement of the thoroughfare (s) described herein will be received at the office of the Council of the City of Mt Vernon, Jefferson County, Illinois, until 2:00 o'clock P.M., Monday, December 23, 1963 and at that time publicly opened and read. 2. Description of Work, (a) The proposed work is officially known as Section 1Z-1, City Section 47- CS. at the intersection of Tenth Street, State Bond Issue Route 37, and Belle Street in the City of Mt. Vernon, extending from Station 28/24.5 to Station 28/39.5 on Tenth Street, a total distance of 15 feet, of which 15 feet are to be improved. (b) The proposed improvement is to be a reinforced concrete box rulvort extending across State •Bowl Issue Route 37, including removal and replacement of existing pavement. Instructions to Bidders, (a) Plans unci proposal forms may bo obtained from the Municipal Clerk of the City of Ml. Vernon. The Supplemental Specifications effective April 2, 1962 also apply to this work. (b'l All proposals must be accompanied by a bank cashier's check, or bank draft, or certified check for not less than ten (10) p?r cent of the amount of the bid, or as provided in the ''Standard Spi'nlii'iilions for Road and lirickc Construction," prepared by Hi.- 1 >.'|j:irtiwiil of Public Works ; Mr! Uuikiiiigs of the Stale of llli- I. it.'ji ciiuii ol Jiifis. The Cuun- i-! reserves the right to reject any or all proposals and to waive U 'dmiculilies, By order of The Council of the City of Mt. Vernon, December 11, 19G3. Paul Huyes, T , City Clerk. 12-9 I* * I* 'sfor stmas I* ARE YOU PLAYING THE M-O-N-E-Y GAME OUT AT BIG STAR ir Ir'sFun * It's Free + Its Been Profitable For 75 People Who Have Already Won. FREE CASH AT BIG STAR! BAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS THIS YEAR. AND THE MAKIN'S FOR BAKING YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS WILL COST LESS OUT AT BIG STAR DURING OUR BIG PRE-CHRISTMAS ) SWANSDOWN BAKE 15-Oz. 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