WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1969 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT- VERf.ON, ILLINOIS 7— C p Daily Magazine Page BLOND IE By CHIC YOUNO i FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS 6> BlOSSEft AS YOU WERE... y L OOK, FRecK! \ A MD FOLLOW THESES YOUR. 1 HlMLPOP RACCOON)/ \NAM15 TO . FlNO OUT . \Meize He's eeesl Dl6 £|N6 UP THAT MONEY/ H £5 OVER HERE—AM0 <50|MS HlS TRAIL/ y DIGGING? tea 70 YEAKS AGO TODAY At the annual mooting of the stockholders of the Mt. Vernon Milling Co., the following officers were elected: C. D. Ham president; H. \V. Watson, secretary and treasurer; W. D. Moss, manage [to Mt. Vernon was charged yesterday. A number of motorist* traveling to this city were assessed this fee for driving through the Chautauqua grounds where a short strip of state highway is still closed. -o- o— -o- "5 Y © IM» ly WK l«c T.M. tl». U.5. M. tl'L ABNER •y Al CAFFS ARE VOL) THE CHAP WHO SAW ' THE GIRL IN THE POOL? YASSUH.VANJ' AH A® SHOOED HER OFF ) • BEFO' BRUTE. S BRAWLINGBUM A K SEEN,HER--/ /RUGGED AS HE: ( IS-TH'SIGHT \ WOULDA f SICKENED MUST N£VER REALIZE 7HEYARE ONE AND THE SAME.'!-) George Hill, one of the oldest j 40 YEARS AGO TODAY residents of Jefferson county) L . L. Emmerson of this city died at his homo last night. He;has been inaugurated governor was born in Beaver county, Pa„ 0 f Illinois. SeP 1 - 4 - : Lieut. Robert P. Irons of thLs ,^.r,c^,^ ldt y an <* Miss Gladys Fuller of SS YEARS AGO TODAY j Washington were married at James R. Russell, a^e 64, died j five o'clock in Washington. Saturday at his home in the, ^. ^. _<>. northern part of this city. | 35 YEARS AGO TODAY -o- -o- -o- 50 YEARS AGO TODAY Harold Flint, formerly mana- A progressive dinner was given yesterday afternoon with the party beginning with the ger of the Mt. Vernon Depart-! cocktail course at the home of ment Store, loft last night for Ashmore, 111., to take up the management of the extensive business interests which his father purchased there. By the death of their father, AJvis Champ, near Woodlawn yesterdf.y, preceded by the death of their mother, Friday, the Champ children are left orphans at a most tender age, the oldest being five years and the youngest beinr,' three. 45 YEARS AGO TODAY Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wiclt. The main course as served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wicks, the salad course at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Hanna and the dessert at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gronewald. Leon Rogers and Miss Thelma Samona were married Saturday evening at. nine o'clock by the Rev. O. P.. Allen. -o- -o- -o! :<0 YEARS AGO TODAY An admission fee of '27i rents Thieves entered the jewelry store of Clias. T. Coleman on Thirtesnth street and escaped with over $100 worth of jewelry. -o -o- -o- 25 YEARS AGO TODAY Four young men. an Army bomber pilot, a Navy flying instructor, a civilian pilot and a sailor were killed at 5 p.m. yesterday, when the two light planes in which they were riding collided in mid- air and plummeted t o rarth three miles southeast of the Mt. Vernon airport. The victims were Second Lletu. Herman D. Eckert, Lieut. (Jg.) Roy Spin-lock; Chester L. Clay and Leonard Scrvtncr, \VT 2-C Mrs. Mary Jane Payne. Mrs. Doris Melcher, Miss Clorence Bullock and Miss Robin Buford left this morning to spend the i next lew days visiting in St. Louis. -o- -o- -o- 20 YEARS AGO TODAY The Mt. Vernon Rams wasted no time and very little effort In blasting out victory No. 11 of the year, by beating 1hc Benton Rangers 77 to 36 last night. It was the fifth consecutive south six conference win for ttie loop-leading Rams. Jefferson county has paid out a total of tfl5 in bounties on foxes in the Inst throe days. , Miss Betty Yandell underwent an appendectomy at Good Samaritan Hospital this morning. Mrs. Herman DeWitt and daughter, Ann, Mrs. J. L. Bu- CAPTAIN EAS1 •y TURNER . Z AMP BUSTER HA£ 0NB THIN a ^ HOW CAM YOU CSMMOWi MAC.P&y NEVER FEB-/ TELL. ABOUT WUTTIW DEV"£ LEARNTI XT BU3TEI*? HE'& NEVER LEARNEP ANYTHIMSiyET! WILLETS WELL 1 SOC WAPE UP FOR 1T1 HE SN0WBP IN 0NB WWTBP: WID 600KS FULLA A550RTEP FACT* COLLECTED Bf PA W0RLP'& TOP BRA1N&1 mm& OF IN5PIKIN 1 /^^^S^ ALWAV& KEPT (O HI* BARBER A , r\ flk CUSTOMERS ^Sj I [«)P\k INNERTAINEP WIP1 \ \ ha ten* % BY TH' WAYi SPIRAL STRIPED BARPER PCLE5 STARTED WHEN BARBERS WERE P0CT0R5.TOO IN IH6I ONLY 5URSE0N& CUT ENQLANC& HAIR! WA&Hi I WAMr TO GO HOME'. ly WAIT WHETTERBER IT WAS OWNED, BRlEH -M BVAVOUNa ACTN/IST WHOSPEWT MOST OF U16 TIME AT SIT-INS I BETWEEr4 51T-1N5, HE>WAS A JOGGING ENTWU6\AST 1 |OBIN MALONI Bv SOB LUBBERS < f&WCVWW/ RLA/5 *foasi &"WTH urn* i ;HORT RIBS By f-RANK O'NEAL vm i.ic • BUGS BUNNY FISH EEK & MEEK By HOWIE SCHNLIOEH ISWT THERE AWVTHIM4 IM UFE THAT VOU LWB? I LOVE. THE 50IL1 Hatlo's They'll Do It Every Time • HOSSTOOTH WASTES THE BUSY DENTIST'S TIME TELLING OF HIS RECENT DELUXE TRAVELS THEN HE GETS HIS BILL-^THE NEXT VOICE VOU'LL HEAR IS HQSSTOOTH'S ••• PRISCIllA'S POP foi-d and daughter, Barbara, and Miss Jacque York were visitors in St. Louis yesterday. -o- -o- -o- 15 YEARS AGO TODAY Mrs. Ketlh Stonemetz has been elected chairman of the Jefferson County Home Bureau. She succeeds Mrs. Albert Shull. Other new officers elected were Mrs. George McCauley, vice chairman, Mrs. Earl Bechtcl, secretary; and Mrs. Rule Garrison, treasurer. Mi*s Arma Betty Huck, Jefferson county home adviser, was among the 300 attending the meeting today al the Central Church of Christ. William II. Myers, took office as president of the Kiwanis Club last evening at Hotel Emmerson. A pin was awarded to Russell Wielt for 13 years perfect attendance and other pins were awarded as follows: 11 years, Virgil Pulley, Oliver Tuegel and Harold Schill; 10 years, Jim Breeze, Dr. J. R. Cochran, Clay- jton Johnson; Nine years, Stanton O. Bean; eight years, IIo- Ibert Laur, Mack Piper, Victor Hagestad; six years, Jim Endicott and Nolan Dever, five years William H. Myers, Durward Rogers and Burrell Derry; r«t) years, Charles Rolilflng and Neal Williams; and one year perfect attendance pins went to Obbie Atkinson, Howard Richardson, Warner Greenlee, Robert Noel, Harold Riggs, and William Shehorn. -o- -o- -o- 10 YEARS AGO TODAY I^eo Harlow, superintendent of the Rescue Mission, today expressed appreciation for the good response to a recent appeal for clothing and furniture for needy families. Glenn Murphy wan honored by the Jefferson County Shrine Club this week for his organizational work In forming the original club. New officer! «re: Frank Weatlwrford. president; James Carter, vice president; Erwin Hawkins, secretary, Paul Fitch, treasurer. Ray Tibbg Is the retiring president. -o- o- -o- 3 YEARS AGO TODAY Colonel James B. Meanor, Jr., chief of the St. Louis U. S. Army Engineer district made a tour of the Rend Lake Area. He told a group of Mt. Ver» nonites today that actual construction of Rend Lake is expected to start in 1%5. Sue Cross, Barbara Farrar and Patricia Covington have been selected for membership in the internationally famous School of Bank of America and the School Chorus of America, By Al VERMEEI WE DON'T "SPEAK TO' m v WEAK LINGS,> _ -Y \ ciTi 1AOT/ Y AND A BOY 'WHO BITES HI' . .IS p7 F1MG .ERNAILS IS /"J> WEAK. WEAK, WEAK ii XT' HE'S <SOT ^N] V WEAK WILL-POWER, N WEAK SELF-CONTROL, WEAK CHARACTER.. By V. 1. HAMLIN I ! UTICIANSf YOUR ABILITY IN „•' =ar J SUCH MATTERS y IS KNOWN FROM ~\ THEBES TO MEMPHIS BUT I \YOU MUST PONT KNOW /APPLY YOUR MUTHIN /SKILLTO QUEEN ABOUT.M ) MEFERTITTS __ PROBLEM WINTHROP By DICS CAVIAR WHAT CO I WANT yOLi TO DRAW? HOW ABOUT A >, HORSE"? / OUR BOARDING HOUSI I WOWPER HOW COME MY i SISTEfMM-LAW AIN'T TUPNEP THIS PLACE INTO APARTMENTS L0NJ6 A&O AN' MADE- m &BLF 60ME • REAL POUCH INSTEAPA KILLIN' HERSELF SL0PP/N' WITH MAJOR HOOPIB i OUT OUR WA1 By WILLIAMS IF SHE DIP GO TO AM APAPTTMEWT/ WHERE WOULP VOU 6ET A FREE •STALL, JAKE ? pu r1 IF you GET i HER OPIMIOM ON A CHAWG; I'LL ASK HER; ABOUT PEOPLE WHO CALL HEIR DELICIOUS AMP NUTRITIOUS i WEALS SLOP.' ' / I SIVE UP.' WHAT | I <3I VES WITH THE ( BAGFUL OF SWOW?J 1 AL G HECI<;A\AT£« 1.1 /-is _ . WHEKJ THE BAS OF Rice FELL OFF THE TOP OF THE GROCERIES rr SPLIT open AW' SCATTEREP/ , votrr wowy, THOOSH, rriSAU, IW HERE SOMEWHERE/ THE WORRV WART IM *, w». iaf. TU tn. f M . £if.
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