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2 CHE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1963 FARRINGTON CENTER Emil Garrison of Wayne county visited his aunt, Gussie Johnson and husband Wednesday evening. The party at Inex Bonds was H'ell attended Wednesday afternoon. Delicious refreshments ivere served. Harry Chambliss returned to his home from the Mt. Vernon Hospital Friday. Ivan Whitson of Texico visited his sister, Maggie Knauss, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Merely Keele of Mt. Vernon visited Rev. and Mrs. Merritt Strickland Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Omar Pierce visited their son, Lowell Pierce and family in Mt. Vernon, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Chambliss of Texico visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holloway Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mis. Earl Pierce and Mary Clark visited Lowell Pepple and family near Bluford. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McKinney visited Mr. and Mrs. Chester Knauss Thursday. Fred Harvey and family of northern Illinois visited his sister, Mrs. Fay Johnson and family, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don W a r d visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Byars. Sunday. George Carpenter of Chicago spent the past week in the W. M. Carpenter and Lloyd Brookman homes. Recent visitors in the Otis Coil home were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Ray Rapp of Vincennes, Ind., and Mrs. Wilma Mclnlyre and family of Mt. Vernon. Mis. Edith Garrison and Eloise Garrison visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johnson Monday. Paul Fox of Colorado visited his grandparents. Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Donoho in Salem recently. Patty Jo Boyles of Mt. Vernon spent the weekend with her grandparents, Mi - , and Mrs. Jess Clark. Mrs. Mary Clark attended (he quilting bee at the Donoho Prairie church, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Willis shopped in Centralia, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Cooper and family of South Bend, Ind., spent the weekend with his gradmother, Ethel Cooper. Mrs. Shirley Fisk, teacher at Farrington school, is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Knauss AFTER 85 YKARS, MIS JOB ENDS — Russell Alderfer of Plymouth, Intl., puts his tool box into trunk of bis Studebnker late Tuesday as his 35 year's service as a niuchlnt-. repairman with the Stmlebiiker nuto factory tn South Bend, Intl., came to an end. Thti shutdown o[ the South Bentl factory was announced officially in New York Tuesday. (Al* Wire- photo) attended a sale in Wayne City, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Wiiley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilcox and Nettie Avers visited Mr. and Mrs. Floy Holloway, Thursday. J. D. Johnson and friend, Roger of Mt. Vernon visited Mr. ;md Mrs. Floyd Johnson, Sunday. Lester Bond of Dlx visited in the Floyd Johnson, home, Wednesday evening. Kathy and Calvin Coil spent a few days last week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Voris Coil. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bres- acher and daughter, Debra of Mt. Vernon visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Coil. A revival meeting will start at the New Home church, Dec. 30th, at 7 :00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Coil are the proud parents of a daughter bom Tuesday at the Mt. Vernon Hospital. The grand- Mr. and Mrs. parents arc Vnris Coil. Mr. and Mrs. Fninkie Ward visited her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Art. Burns near Divide, recently. Mrs. Effie Gilligan leaves this week for Decatur to spend the winter with her niece, Inez Branson. Mrs. Mae ('urrell of Shields visited lriends in Centralia recently. Farris Bryan and Loe Byars shopped in Ml. Vernon. Friday. Mr. and Mrs Lester Barnard and son. Mike of O'Fallon visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bryan over the weekend. Eiph Willis of Christopher vistied his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Willis over the weekend. Billy Ray Klebba of Mt. Vernon spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Vera Martin. Grace Martin entertained seven children in her home, Sunday night. . . . Meda Fox, Cor. NEW OFFICE FOR MWA ROCK ISLAND, II. 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