Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 25, 1969 · Page 7
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 7

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Saturday, January 25, 1969
Page 7
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1969 THE" REGISTER-NEWS — MT- VERf.ON, ILLINOIS 7—A Daily Magazine Page - AS YOU UONDIE By CHIC YOUNG i FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS WORLD EVEMTS DISCUSSION CLUB MET TOCVft' by BLOSSER • • • FRKtf, IF you WENT INTO THE WOODS AND MAD? A NOISE LIKE" M005E,! 0Bf lTWOUL.0 FKieHTeM DAISY" RIGHT INTO MY ARMS — El/EfO THOUGH SHE'S MAD AT ME'. QtfAY/ LET'S GlOF P* SY THE TIME WE GOT THROUGH WITH NEIGHBORHOOD GOSSIP, 7 a«S THERE WAS NO TIME /OB>A LEFT FOR WORLD EVENTS <I ,S HEV,PRECK, COME BACK' ITS MYTUPN To 8E THE MOOSe/ .I'L ABNER -ZT t«» l> NJA. IK . T.M *<( US f«t Off. By Al CAPPS ® YORE PAPPY'S NEVAH • COM IN' HOME .V- HE ORUTMER HANG GROUND W-WIF — 70 YEAJT8 AGO TODAY Isnac S. Bristow, at one time proprietor of the Mt. Vernon Hotel and well known to the older residents of this city, died at his home in St. Louis, Sunday. The social given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Emmerson on Jordan street last night for the benefit of the Cumberland Presbyterian church, was well attended and in all re^ spects a very enjoyable and successful affair. -o- -o -o- 55 YEARS AGO TODAY •lohn Sprouse, charged with dynamiting the home of his fa- tvr- in-law, Francis Riyhtno- wt, was found guilty by a jury , in circuit court. i Contractor Sherman Hall an-, n- mnes that the brick work on] the First M. E. church is fin- j isliod. j -o- -o- -o- I 50 YEARS AGO TODAY j The store room next door north j of Sebel's Shoe Store has been| •ented by Maurice L. Levin, who will conduct a department store. M. J. Carroll, 513 east Main str>ot, has received notice from the secretary of Teacher's Pen­ sion and Retirement Fund that his application for retirement lias been accepted. -o- -o- -o•13 YEARS AGO TODAY The Ham National Bank had its formal opening today in its ncv/ building. ir. L. Doheny, California oil operator, testified before the Sean to investigating committee that ho loaned Albert B. Fall $100,000 while the latter was sc- ei -ctary of the interior. -o- -o- -o- 10 YEARS AGO TODAY l">r. J. W. Hamilton and Dr. E. Maurice Smith are spending t'\1ay in DuQuoin on business. The formal opening of the iii.w Oakland and Pontiac car sale s- room offices, store rooms ;.nd service department of the Cioss - Foyd Motor Company, located on Broadway will take p'.',cc Saturday. -o- -o- -o- S5 VEARS AGO TODAY : Ir. and Mrs. Logan Roth wcic hosts to the members of ihur bridge club at their home on 19th street, at a dinner par­ ly last evening. The combined social and h use committee of the Jefferson Lodge 121, Knights of Py­ thias, will hold a stag pinochle party at Castle Hall tonight. -o- -o- -o- 30 YEARS AGO TODAY Some members of the Chamber of Commerce have gone to Washington. D.C. to try and interest the Veterans Board of Hospitalization in locating the propped Southern Illinois Veterans Hospital in this city, Jean M. Modert arrived home :r.-ferday from St. Louis where MO is a student at Washington ; wi-versity. The Mt. Vernon high school bniirl will hold a concert Sunday afternoon at the high school under the direction of E. II. Beloof. -o- -o- -o':.-> YEAUS A(iO TODAY Another victory, the 12th of (IT ,? season, has been added to the Rams' string. Last night Mt. Vernon heat Centralia's O r- phnns 36-31 in Trout Gym in C'jnlralia before a large crowd of people who came to see the ic- opening of the rivalry be- tw> on the schools. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Carroll, M". and Mrs. Paul Fitch, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hayes, Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Woodruff, Mr. ant. M»*s. George Webb, Wendell Crowder, Joe King. Vol Richardson, Dr. J. J. Corlew, Silas Echols, Marie Kern and Athena Hausagis were among those who attended the basketball game at Centralia last evening. J WaiURltht*Rr*rtid APTAIN EA51 1-25 By TURNER ATTENTION M.JUPIW: CANNOT ACCEPT 0I&THPAY CAKE5...CREPIT FOR CHARine9 w NOR PUBLISHED TWBUTE5, HOWEVER V/EU_ PE^ERVEPi WITHOUT KNOlVJW© WiJO 15 Jp , AKJp WH y| — C £ _ 1_ Hatlo's They'll Do It Every Time ® I HE TKKAACJUECHINS WERE REALLY FRIGHTENED- CALLED THE FAMILY AA.D. AT 3 A. M.••• SHE'S BURNING UP.'.' TELL HIAA HE MUST COME.' THE THERMOMETER is BROKEN!! DOCTOR* THIS IS AN EMERGENCY.'/ IODINE IS VERY SICK- BAD FEVER.'PLEASE COME RISHT AWAY// THE WIUETS ly WALT WHETTERBER ?=• POSITIVELY = NO PARKING » ANYTIME SO HOW IS IODINE WHEN THE GOOD DR. EPSOM GETS THERE? FINE, THANKS. HOW ARE YOU,DOC? I FEEL OKAY NOW—HEH- HEH- THIS IS FUN-IS ANYTHING OH TV NOW, DADDY? POC!S wr TO ROGER L. BLUM 1 <4a3BRYS0NPR. J 73L"\^ MENTOR, OHIO. v 20 YEARS AGO TODAY Jefferson countians paid the biggest tax bill in the county's history in 1948. County Treasurer Glenn Murphy revealed today. Taxes collected on 1947 as- ^ei .sments, totaled $1,2.07,844.05' an increase of 1103,763.40 more than the previous high the year before. The total of the low bids for c nsl ruction of the new three- strry vocational building at the Mt. Vernon Township high ! school was $506,000 — well un• der the amount of $550,000 available for the job. I -o- -o- -o- 15 YEAKS AGO TODAY I C. E. Brehm was last night re-eiected chairman of the Board of Creosoted Forest Pro- 'f.ucts, Inc. B. K. Leach of St. II ouis is president and Ben Zenk ox cutive vice president and general manager. W. R. Webb is vice president. Local men serving on the board of directors arc Charles S. Ward, C. V.. Brehm, Carl Schweinfurth, Onirics J. DeWitt, Ed Meyer and Ben Zenk. Pr. Andj' Hall was guest speaker at a meeting of the Opdyke P.T.A. last Thursday eevning. -o- -o- -o- tn YEAUS AGO TODAY LOSS from fires in the large rural area protected by Mt. Vernon rural fire department totaled $-10,275 during 1958, it has I ten reported by Fire Chief Carl Jones. Forty- one animals went for S27 305 when the first annual polled Hereford production sale was held at the C. E. Brehm ranch near Belle Rive. Troy Hawkins of 205 north jl-lih street is recuperating in I Memorial Hospital in Winches' tor, Va., from injuries suffered in an accident near there on Jan. 17. The Mt. Vernon Rams lost to Capbondale 59-58 Saturday night at the local gym. -o- -o- -or YEARS AGO TODAY I>. William Zinzilieta. chiropractor, will open an office in Mt. Vernon next Monday. Noble Gerald D. Chesley, new 1946 president of the Jefferson Comity Shrine Club, received the gavel from out- going President Stanley M. Harlow at cere- ni nies held at the Elks' Lodge. The Green Hills Country Club, east of Mt. Vernon, a favorite target of burglars In recent months, was broken into again last night. PRISCILLA'S POP By AL VERMEER IOBIN MAIONI Bv QOB LUBBERS IT 15 WITH HEAVY , \ RBALLW HBART'THAT PBOPL56 jwpyswe&r, PREMIER PIPS YOU I PREMIER T/L!T( t faAr---- yOLi AR£ MO&T \ NOT C&UMTWS IMPORTANT \ 1HB5PAC& wse>B&s\oti iz/\ocm UMITisP 6Tfte>£ l/MSX LEASED r IT SETS SO HOT SHE CAN HARDLY STAKJD IT/ I CAN ^IMAGINE MA RECKONS IT'S TH' ONJLY WOOD STOVE. IN TOWN'; ft <>0 ALLEY OOP 4& <£3 »K#l. /f\ By V. T. HAMLIN WELL, WiW ^ TH' FIRST HAPPENS NOW? I THING WE J BETTER PO IS PUT HER ON A DIET.' By FRANK O'NEAL WHAT HAPPENED, WTCH ? PID >OUI? BROOM RUtf OUT OF ©AS ? y BUGS BUNNY «S i BU6SY5 BOWLING ALLEY* PLEASE SIGN HERE TO SHOW 1 HAVE COMPLETED PELIVERY OF YOUR BOWLING BALLS.' :EK i MEFK ...HERE, SET .> \SVDP! VOU RID OF THIS ( RIGHT/ ) CAN'T TAKE STUFF/ AWAY MY // T GOODIES! WHY, [/ V I'LL STA.RVE ' V • TO DEATH,' LOOK, YOUR HIGHNESS,/ BUT I'LL WE'LL TELL YOU WHAT WASTE AWAY TO EAT AN' WHEN \ TO NOTHING! TO EAT FROM NOW ON! 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