Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 13, 1963 · Page 5
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 5

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Friday, December 13, 1963
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1963 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS S IRON RANK ft The Cuyuna Iron R JI 11 R P of Minnesota WHS the Inst range to be discovered in that state and it differed from earlier finds in that no iron-hearing rocks were exposed at the surface. Men.... PROMISE HER ANYTHING But GIVE HER MINK THIS CHRISTMAS i Quality Furriers Approach Kerner As Candidate For Vice President .TACKSONVILLET III. (AP)Gov. 01 to Kerner snys he has been approached by several nmincrallc national committeemen as a possible Democratic candidate for Vice President, in llllVI. Kerner made the comment Tuesday in replying to a newsman's question whether he was being considered for the vice presidential position. "I am gratified by such solicitations," Kerner said, "but I am an announced candidate for governor and I am deeply concerned that the programs I have started for Illinois and the progress that has been made be continued." Kerner was in Jacksonville for a speech al an Illinois convocation. KEENES World's largest nickel refinery is located at Port Colbornc, _J Ontario, Canada. AMERICAN LEGION DANCE December 14 - 9:00 P.M. to 12:00 Midnight 0. E. WILLIAMSON ORCHESTRA WITH VOCALIST For Legionnaires and Their Guests ADMISSION: 1963 Paid Membership Card Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Miller of Wnync City visited Mrs. Josie Buckanan and son, Verl, Tuesday evening;. Mrs. Jennie Wood visited her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Toni Progor in Wayne City, Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert. Stevens of Waltonvillc visited with Mrs. Josie Buckanan and Mrs. Lou Stevens. Mrs. Nettie Wood shopped (n Wayne City, Wednesday. Mrs. Mildred Mills visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Billiard, Saturday. Mrs. Betty Lane of Opdyke .spent Tuesday Willi her mother, Mrs, Josie Buckanan. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Burgess, Gary nnd Jan spent Saturday night with her mother, Mrs. Nettie Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bruce of Opdyke called on Mrs. Jennie Wood last week. The revival meeting is still in progress at the Keenes Christian church. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pitcher and daughter, Palotna visited her grandmother, Nettie Wood, Wednesday evening. . . . Nettie Wood, Cor. AWARD No Obligation — No Purchase Necessary met Giant Plush ANIMALS Choose from Chubby the Bear, Leo the Lion, Fifi the Poodle. Shop Early Register Early Get Full Details at Our Store BLADES WALGREEN AGENCY DRUG STORE West Side of Square WE GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPS BELLE RIVE Mrs. Mary Karcher of McLeans- bora, Mrs. Scarmela Walkins of Dahlgren, Mrs. Anna Keifer and Mrs. Bessie Keifer attended a bridal shower at Belleville Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs Woodrow Horton of Alton, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. VV. Horton. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Kiefer spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Elsie Ncal in the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Sye Ratliff, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Joles and family of Mt. Vernon spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Mary Joles, Miss Ruth Hiiffslutlor of Dahlgren shopped in Beilc Rive Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Oalhout, Mrs. Mary Drew Barfield and Mrs. Pearl Webb spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Owen Drew, who is a patient at Benton hospital Mrs. Uallip Stormenl spent Sunday with Mrs. Ruth Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Ross llortnn were business visitors in Ml. Vernon Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Clara Moore of Opdyke spent Sunday with Mrs. Cora Wilbanks. Mr. and Mrs- Eddie Keifer and children spent Sunday with his cousin, Mr. nnd Mrs. Don Neal and daughter. The Belle Rive Home Bureau was held at the Belle Rive grade school Thursday nigh! with a pot luck supper and had their Christmas exchange. We had our first snow Sunday night and the weather man says more to follow, as yet we still •have snow on the ground here Tuesday night. Look out for a bad winter. . . . Ruby Winn, Cor- Illinois Bar Raps TV, Radio At Ruby Trial SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) —; The Illinois State Bar Associa-i tion has urged Texas authorities to prohibit "distracting influences' ' of television and radio broadcasting at the trial of Jack Ruby. Copies of a resolution requesting the ban were released Wednesday by Horace A. Young of Chicago, association president. The resolution was sent to the state bar of Texas and to the Dallas Bar Association. Young said the slayer of President Kennedy's alleged assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, should be tried in a dignafied proceeding "without the distracting influences which would inevitably prevail," if the trial were broadcast. The resolution, adopted Saturday, cited the American Bar Association's canon 35 which condemns televising, broadcasting or taking photographs at trials. NEW JOB: LIBRETTIST New York UP) — Robert Anderson, author of "Tea and Sympathy," may branch out next as a librettist for musical drama. Anderson is interested in working out a stage adaptation of "Roman Holiday," a 1.953 film that starred Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck. Richard Adler, who collaborated with the late Jerry Ross on the score of "The Pa.jama Game" and "Damn Yankee." is handling the music and lyrics. FOR RENT Practically new, 3 bedroom home, carpeted, air conditioned, built in stove and oven, Also facilities for a beauty shop. North location. Immediate possession. Dial 24-1-1050 or 212-1373 for an Appointment. i8 DANCE Saturday Night DECEMBER 14 CLOVER CLUB, BENTON, ILL. Sam Sweet, Prop. 5 Piece Band From Cape Girardeau THEY'RE BUILDING SPACE ENGINES—North American Aviation released this picture Dec. 11, saying It Is the first photo made public: on thrust chamber production line at Its Ciuiogn Park, Calif., plant where they are building the hydrogen-fueled ,f-2 rocket engine. North Americnn snys the <I-2 will supply power In the upper stage of the Saturn IB, to launch the first orbital (lights of three nstroiuuits. And plans cull for the. .1-2 to be used in the Saturn V, to fly the Apollo spacecraft on its trip to the moon. The J-2 Is being built by North American's Rocketdyne division, under technical direction of NASA's Marshall Space Flight center. (AP Wlrephoto) College Students Are Firefighters HARR1SBURG, 111. (AP)-An informal group of junior college students created to fight forest fires lias become a permanent organization with plans to build up n reserve of fircfighting equipment. Nearly 30 young men at Southeastern Illinois College signed a list in October volunteering to battle field and woodland blazes assailing nearby Shawnee National Forest during a drought. The group, whose membership has risen to 37, has selected the name — Emergency Services Standby Team. Officials estimated (lie group contributed 162 man-hours to firefighting in a few weeks. The college's student council gave the organization $100 this week to purchase equipment such as goggles and breathing aids. Area merchants arc making other contributions. FIGHT TB WITH CHRISTMAS SEALS . S~\ IB63 Open FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE 12:30 to 5:30 P.M.—Open Every Night Til 8:00 P.M. Ella 's 4th and Main BOOTS - BOOTS - BOOTS Very Large Selection Of Boots At Only $2.95 to $10.95 Shop Early For These Big Bargains For Best Selection $25 Stolen At Local Laundry Thieves rifled the coin changer last night at the self service laundry at 15th and Broadway. Officers said that between 525 and S35 was stolen. LITTLE LIZ The Officers, Directors and Personnel of the First National Bank of Mt. Vernon - Cordially Invite You To Celebrate Our DURING THE MONTH OF DECEMBER We Are Grateful To The People of This Area For Their Past Patronage and Are Looking Forward To Serving You In The Future. There's not much point in advertising your troubles—there 's no market for them. POLICE COURT Fines assessed by Police Magistrate Sherman Bullock included Nelson R. Bravard, $10 and costs on drunk charge; Llnyrt Wesley Trotter, RFD, Dahlgren, $10 and costs on disturbance charge; Willavd C. Allen, $5 and costs on traffic charge of following loo close. CORRECTION In Thursday, Dec. 12 paper Grade A Homo. Slendo was listed at 3 half gals, for $1.00. IT SHOULD HAVE READ Grade A Homogenized SLENDO Vi,a Ad*d A & 0 3 Ga 99* CHESTER CITY DAIRY STORES 110 North 3rd Street 1702 South 10th Street LADIES SWEATERS 32 to 40 •ALL WOOL LADIES SKIRTS 5 to 15 $495 $495 FREE! FREE! $10 Gift Certificate JUST COM* IN AN? REGISTER (No Purchase Necessary! FREE GIFT WRAPPING LAY-AWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS BRAND NEW HOOVER POLISHER PLUS 13 PIECE ACCESSORY SET NrVYl 0 LIQUID DISPENSER— Applies detergent for scrubbing floors. Liquid wax for polishing. Even dispenses shampoo for rugs. A Quality Product Only $ 34 Now scrub, wax and polish floors. Even shampoo rugs with this one appliance! SCRUBBING, WAXING AND POLISHING BRUSHES — Scrubs floors like they've never been scrubbed before. Versatile brushes also apply wax and polish floors to a high luster. SHAMPOO BRUSHES —Return your carpet to its original beauty. Dispenses only suds. Perfectly safe to use. Pays for itself first time used. STEEL WOOL PADS—Nothing loosens the dirt taster and cleans better — safe too. CLEANING PADS-Nylon mesh pads for scrubbing and-dry cleaning floors. FELT PADS —Give your floors that mirror-like finish. Also used between waxings to keep floors bright LAMB'S WOOL PADS-For use on table tops and automobiles. Genuine Hoover Disposable Paper Bags and Parts 244-0322*244-0323 1112 BROADWAY BAN • ; j? J Mr. Ed Curtis, President of the First National Bank is shown with our beautiful 7 ft. x 9 ft. Birthday Cake which is now on display In our lobby. HAVE COFFEE and CAKE WITH US SATURDAY, DEC. 14 9:30 to 12:30. Come In and Register For Free Prizes 3 BEAUTIFUL 6</ 2 " CERAMIC BAKED ON ENAMEL NUT OR ASH TRAYS TO BE AWARDED EACH DAY. Register In Our Main Lobby Or At Any Drive-In Window. 3 Prizes To Be Awarded On Each Days Registration. Register Each Day. Not Necessary To Be Present. All Registrants Eligible For Grand Prize. Grand Prize — TV Set To Be Awarded Tuesday, December 31. "Jefferson County's Leading Bank" FI NATIONAL. BANK 00 MOUNT VERNON

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