Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 31, 1968 · Page 15
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 15

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Tuesday, December 31, 1968
Page 15
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1968 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT- VERr.ON, ILLINOIS 7—B Daily Magazine Page - AS YOU WERE ... By CHIC YOUNO I FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS 6v BLOSSER _ — AtfC? PUKIMS THE EOAeiNfS . TWENTIES,- EASTEKM ODU-BQE SfUCJEMTS BB3AM WEARING COONj- SKIM COATS TO FOOTBALL SANVES STARTIM0 A CEA26 THAT SPPWP To OTHEg CA/MPUSES,* I 711 YEARS AGO TODAY 40 YEARS AGO TODAY Carson Lumbattis was host to 12 of his intimate boy friends Charles B. Scott, who came here five or six months ago Horn Decatur, Ala., left this „ morning, leaving behind him a f a chili supper give^at the lot of sorrowing creditors. He » ome ° f »" s f 8 ^ 18 ' DlM anc 1 Mis. M. M. Lumbattis, No. 1 will be rigidly enforced this out at five dances in Mf, Vetf- Saturday night, New Year's pon tonight, dances Witi be Eve. Chief of Police Verner'held at the Elks Club, Eagles Pigg announced that the cityiLoage ,Moose Lodge iartdi' the ordinance requiring Mt. Vernon V.F.W. and AMVETS club rooms, taverns to close at midnight will! Phillip M. Harman, $4, ft na» 1 also be enforced Saturday night.' live of Mt. Vernon and former i Miss Marcella Schorlc. Jim- i registration superintendent ' in ;my Moore and Miss Virginia i 1 he State Registration and Edu- i Konoist will spend this evening I ration Department at Spring- was a painter by trade and a j singer by repute. In St. Louis. Mayor C. C. Sattorfield today received ;i check for S -G.Oo I '•dm the PWA as partial grant fer building of Mt. Vernon's •ro.v city hall. The mayor deposited the check with City Trea- --iii-er C.W.B. Pavcy. -o- -o- -o- YEARS AGO TODAY The Viking Freight Com pan te. lay estimated damn's at he- LI'L A3NER if I9M b, NEA, Inc. T.M S t0 . U.S f .r. Off. By AL CAPPS Oak Place, last night. Judge E. D. Youngblood will j Ab Warren was seriously in- leave tomorrow for Hot Springs, jured last night when he fell Ark., to try the waters of that ^ni the rear of a car on which J famous resort for the benefit »<* and three other young fel- f 0 f hj s health. :o *s were riding. He was taken A very charming reception to Mt. Vernon Hospital, was given by Mr. and Mrs. "°" °" "°" Fotcr McArthurs in honor of ™ WARS AGO TODAY thtir daughter, Miss Dot, at the Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Johnson n..\l Miss Maxine Hungate will twren S10.000 and 512.000 in the le;ive this evening for Belleville, >s of a pick - up truck, a and SI. Louis where they will l umber of tires find valuable v '<-it relatives. , truek pints, w -on f« -e of uv Miss Barbara Jane Black en- known origin destroyed their ::a- Chief Irvin and Offic e r •• loriainod at her home on Broad- i i a/o south of town Wednesday Shinn and Carpenter last night | way last evening at a shower; night. rounded out an even '10 arrests' m honor of Mrs. Alfred Dale, Miss Becky Chase, daughter since Grant Irvin became city Lovick, who was formerly Miss of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chase, Marshall on Nov. 7. Mary Frances Crews. is ill at her home on the Salem -o- -o -o- Kern and Frances Williamson Road. Vt YEARS AGO TODAY v- ill spend Sunday with their -o- -a- -o- Automobile license issued dur- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. •>() YEARS AGO TODAY T:io marriage of Miss Helen Coukoulis and Demelri J. Ilas- .-•akis of Ml. Vernon took place at St. .Nicholas Greek Orthodox church in St. Louis Decern her lamily residence on cast Jordan street last night. I -o- -o- -o 1 '•5C YEARS AGO TODAY DUWMO WHUT AH'LL BE DOINJ BUT AH KNOWS WHAT THEM BIRDS'L.L &E DOINVT: ing the year by Secretary of W. Kern of Opdyke. Slate Emmerson totaled 937,75)1. , A real summer storm visited tins locality about 7 o'clock last I right, rain falling in torrents, while the electrical display was i very beautiful. -o- -o- o- 30 YEARS AGO TODAY Sheriff Arthur Cwens today announced that midnight clos- i.i.g of all taverns in Jefferson ci unty under his jurisdiction Phe old vear will be ushered CAPTAIN EAS1 By TURNER Hatlo's They'll Do It Every Time THEN-WHEN THE NEW HANDS AREM'T WORLD- BEATERS" LISTEN TO HIM JERRY KRIDER 9IZS.W. 5THST, RICHMOND. IND. -^THOSE GUYS YOU HIRED.' NO GOOP.'.' H PONT i field, died of a heart ailmert Wednesday, Dec. 29. -o- -o- -o 15 YEARS AGO TODAY Mrs. Alice Emmerson return™1 yesterday from Peoria where si i' has been visiting her son- ! in-lav and daughter Mr. and : ?»'rs. J. R. Johnston. , Mr. and Mrs. Tony Bicanich • i f RFD 1. Bonnie, are announ- , emu the engagement of their • '• rl;>,editor. Joyce Sue, to Joseph ' Dixon son of Mr. and Mrs. Stan- * lev Dixon of Sesser. [ President Louis Pavledes has • ,•»?)•> »«••• -.1 tlv> following chair-', •-r.m for the Lions Gub Zone nit cting on January 28; J. C. , !.ivin.:s 'i>M. food: Gil Wood, 1 I entertainment; Mr. and Mrs. 01- ' ' "-or Shacler, decorations; and .Ti rome Glassman, publicity. ' -o- -o -o- 10 YEARS AGO TODAY The death loll for 1958 on Jefferson county highways 1 sands at a tragic 15. During. Die previous year, 11 fatalities were recorded. Allen Dulaney. Mt. Vernon city clerk, will move to Springfield. III., tomorrow to assume ; his new duies as assistant to . antes F. Cannon, director of the state Division of Industrial Planning and Development, j The Open Door Class of First. I Methodist church, organized in I :i-'.6, has grown from 16 to 186 j members. These statistics were i ri -vealed al a Progressive Din' tier held at the L. and N. Cafe wMli Bob Rawlings, out- going P' esidert as master of ceremo-; nics. -o- -o -o- 5 YKAKS AGO TODAY Aubrey A. Crovvdcr of 708 So. ISth streel, Mt. Vernon Register- NN.S foreman retired this week' idler "ill years in the newspaper : 1 I 'siness. He was honored with i reception last night, attended. !.-. fellow printers and associa- i.'s and their wives and hus- (. 'onsumer spending in Jeffer- ••'oii ciiui'.\ was high in the past ie-eal year. The reports shows! .Iiat retail inisiness in the year- c .me io yiO, 719,000 passing the. previous year 's $38,185,000. PRISCILLA'S POP By AL VERMEER ALLEY OOP Bv V. I. HAMLIt* WINTHROP By Dl<_/ CAVIAR

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