Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on October 1, 1968 · Page 13
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 13

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 1, 1968
Page 13
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/ i TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1968 THE REGlSTER-NETvvS — MT VERNON, ILLINOIS -Daily Magazine Page- BLONBIE By CHIC YOUNG I FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS IIIP ^VES, I KNCW-"- NSNT IT THE TRUTH? VES„ DEAR, YES VOU OONT* SAY,' jTHAT WAS ONE OP MY CLUB MEMBERS" SHE'S SO WITTY v[AND ENTERTAIN IN G By BLOSSER — AMD I 'LL COME ToThfe' OFFICE ON ONE COMDttTOM, / IFX" -vf eel GET A RAISE, YOUCAtf TAKTET fAY JOB AMD JUMP ITHECBEEK VWTH IT/THAT'S FINAL/ WAS J- JUST j Youe BOSS.' TALKING /AND NOW YOU To? ^/HAVE - AlOOTriEfZ. CALL TO MAKE/ i 1968 br NEA, Inc. T.M. tig. U.S. Pot. TELEP^IONIE TOE POORHOUSE. AND MAKE A RESEPvATlOUr* tl'L ABNER iflht NraiftrrxtiratrCo. IftC, By Al CAPPS KIEWADMINISTRATIO TAKES OVER AT HARVARD dajfip—- CAPTAIN EAS1 By TURNER THAT SNOOPY YANK SU5PEC7& WE COPPEP ART TREASURER! IF 'B BETS OUT •EtU INFORM POLICE! WHILE WE MULL OVER SELLIrJ' TH' CA&TLEi YOU CAM LOOK IT OVER, CAPTAIW,EA$Vi THE WILLETS WHICH CANDIDATE DO YOU FAVOR By WALT WHETTERBER <C| WHICH'OME. I HAD N VO YOO BETTER THINK. „ . _ .. . SAY, NE\THERi WILL WIN ? J IV BETTER. 5AY I ROBIN MAIONE AS UMDS3SEA B4N60fe5 TRACK'S 15MAL6 IMAGED SHOT By FRANK O'NEAL HERE IS THE BILL ft?R 1HE NEW SH0E9 FOfc VOUP HORSE. VOU WAMTEP GOlO.\ DIDN'T VOU? BUGS BUNNY r, •/ FOR GOODNESS' SAKE I IT LJ v LOOKS LIKE THEY'RE GOING TO' HELP WITH THE DISHES WITHOUT ME //5W<J/ ..fir EEK & MEEK By HOWIE SCHNblDER WHAT DO VOU DO FOP A JUV//AJG, RELDSTOUe ? J THOUGHT ARCHITECTS ARE SUPPOSED TO CREATE PLEASAMT eMU /.ROJUMeAJTS • AS YOU WERE ft* •30 YEARS AGO TODAY Rev. J. F. Harmon and Rev. J. C. Kinison will leave tomorrow for Du Qucin to attend the Southern Illinois Methodist Conference. Fred Boswcll superintendent of the printing department at the Southern Illinois penitentiary at Chester, spent Sunday with his family in this city . -o- -o- -o- 65 YEARS AGO TODAY J. F. Bogan, city editor of ihe Center. Ha D.mecrat, has returned heme aftei a visit in this city. Mr. and Mrs. A T. Ranus and little daughter have returned home after spending the summer with relatives in Mt. Vernon, N. Y. -o- -o- -o- 50 YEARS AGO TODAY Sgt. Fred Williams died today of pneumonia. Miss Minnie Edith Irvin died today at her home, 1016 Prairie avenue, less than a week after her mothei, Mrs. Cynthia Irvin's depth. -o- -o- -o- 45 YEARS AGO TODAY Saturday was perhaps a record breaker in die history of Jefferson county for marriage licenses, 12 licenses being issued. Efforts are being continued to end the dispute between Ma yor Koonr, and tee city council that blocked city business and prevented th< starting of a much needed public impr ivr- ment program. -o- -o- -o- 10 YEARS AGO TODAY Henry Oliver died this afternoon at his home in Ina. -o- -o- -o- 35 YEARS AGO TODAY Mr. and Mrs. Keith Dutton have returned from a month's motor trip to Chicago. Black Hills, S. D., Denver, Colo., and Garden City, Kansas. Mrs. Jchn Dnlo, Sr., departed today lor Springfield, where she will visit hor daughter, Miss Annie Dale. Allan WateLrs has gone to Chicago to attend the Century of Progress Exposition. -o- -o- -o- 30 YEARS AGO TODAY Mrs. Mildred Ccx, "3rd Democratic congressonal d i stiicr commit tccwoman accompanied by Mrs. Vein W. Egbert, was in Salem last evening, where !hey attended the Lucas Democratic speaking at the court house. Dr. ami Mrs. Harry Thompson are returning todo.y from a visit in Baltimore, Md. -o- -o- -o- 25 YEARS AGO TODAY The sale of th* Mt. Vernon football team's ram at the bond rally ir the high school auditorium last night put Jefferson county past its quota of $1,029,300 in -he Third War Lonn drive The ram was sold for $100,000 and was then returned to the students ic quell c o mplaints "that ihoy cai.'t. do that to our Jimmy." L. S. Wood, G5, 505 south 19th street suflered injuries about 7 p.m yesterday when his automobile sideswiped a truck and overturned several times Jn the Marlow gravel road. The ofJicers of the Eastern Star gav? a fureweil party at eight o'clock last evening in the home of Mrs. W. C Williford, Worthy Matron in compliment to Mrs. Ruth Mtore, whe is leaving soon for California. -o- -o- -o- 20 YEARS AGO TODAY Raising the track levels at the L. t N. and Missouri Pacific railroad crossing at Tenth street .ind the paving of Tenth street from Casey Avenue to Vaught. street will begin around October 1. Mayor Harry Bishop announced trday. -o- -o- -o.'.-> YE\RS AGO TODAY William Fey, 44. ot Staunton, Hatlo's They'll Do It Every Time ® IHE GLAMOROUS COMMITTEE GALS ARE ALWAYS THERE TO GET PICTURED FOR. THE SOCIETY PAGE" - • BUT WHO DOES ALL THE WORK? WHY PLAIN LITTLE OLD MRS. CHURCHMOUSE AMP HER SISTERS, THAT'S WHO.' Horn* MPJWfV TO--MRS. J.E.JACKSON I3ZO E. DEIMARST. SPRIMSFIELO AAO. was appwnted today as business manager of the Ml. Venton State Tuberculosis Sanitarium by Gov. William G. Stratton. He succeeds Victor Jonak, resigned. Dr. E. B. Eppen,or\ who was recalled to active duty with the U. S. Army last February, has just returned from L &Jidstuhl, Germany, and will reopen his olfice at 727 Broadway. H. Donald Winkler, sot: of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh S. Winkler, has been unanimously elected president of the Platonian Literary society at McKendree College. A senior, he is majoring in journalism. Elbert Epler, Jr.. oi Oak Ridee, Tenn., is visiting his parents , Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Epler. Dr. Orville Alexander, of Carbondale, District Governor of Lions International, was guest speaker at a meeting of the local club yesterday. He is a brother of James Alexander, secretary of the Moose Lodge, -o- o- -o- 10 YEARS AGO TODAY After a busy year in which he traveled 120,000 miles by air, rail, bus, car and sh'p — Lewis Brake has resumed his job as Veterans Commission in this ci- hy. A 90 - pound pumpkin was ; raised by Henry O. Clark on his farm near Belle Rive and brought by him, for display at The Register - News today. David Greer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Greer of RFD 4. Mt. Vernon, has been named a semifinalist in the 1958- 59 National Merit Scholarship competition. Fred R. Bak'j;-, Jr.. Robert T. Firebaugh, and William H. Rogers all of this city, are members of the "Marching Illini" at the University of Illinois, -o- -o- -o- 5 YEARS AGO TODAY Burglars broke intr- General Motors Acceptance Corp, office at 809 Broadway last night and stole machines valued at almost ,?600. Paul G. Rollinson of Dix has been elected by the Supreme Council of Boston, Muss., to receive the 33rd degree ir. Masonry. A low bid of $181,829 has been received for two parallel bridges on north - south superhighway about two miles north of Ina. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goldman attended the Veiled Prophet Ball in St. Louis. PRISCILLA'S POP By AL VERMEER ALLEY OOP By V. f. HAMLIt NOW WILL THEY.. OR WON'T THEtV? I Wt b r NEA, I.e. T.M. »« 9 . U.5. Pol. OlO WINTHROP By DICK CAVIAR HE'S A&SOUJTELy RIGHT...THIS TERRIBLEVIOLENCE I'M eURB50RP&.l'5ED \ TO HEAQ YOU SAY THAT THE WAV YOU'RE J ALWAYS BEATING y K\DSOP. T I DONTODNeiC &Z.THAT VIOLENCE... IM J05T PREPARING THBU FOR THE HACD KNOCKS THEY 'LL. FACE LATER ON. OUR BOARDING HOUSE WITH MAJOR HOOPLE | OUT OUR WAY HE'D PRO ^BLY SEEN WOODEN) BOARD'S j BEFORE, ( 8UT INJEVEK WITH BARK ON 'EM.' By WILLIAMS HEV, WHAT'S WITH THE LINEUP? I THOUGHT BOB WAS ON THE EARLY SHIFT THIS WEEK--ANP HOW COtAB SUB'S CAR IS> STILL HERE HOW AM I SUP- POS&P TO <3£T MINE OUT? OUIET POWM.' BOB'S ON THE LATE ^IJ SHIFT, AND SUE HAS THE PAV OFF— AND THE THREE OF YOU COULD MAKE MY LIFE A LOT EASIER YOU'D WORK OUT A TIMETABLE OF MORWINS DEPARTURES, J'LL BE OUT (W A MIMUTE IIIHIIIIIHIN 'mfll f&S THE PARKING LOT ATTEiMDAKIT

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