Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on August 8, 1952 · Page 13
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 13

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Friday, August 8, 1952
Page 13
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i BUGS BUNNY CAPTAIN PASY • ^ JML DNE«$ILy fcgOUTTHE BY TURNER VE$. WE'UE BEEN) CPUE5TI0NIN6 HIM ^NC HI5 NBOUT ^ G^M6 FIGHT. || BUT HE'5 IN TH' CLE^K THI5 TINAE- AND WE'RE LETTING HIM DUT J- HAD NO IDEA BILLV THAT &ORT:.,. vou see, i PROMISED TO LOOK ^FTER. HIM, WHILE Me. lOF TIME.. UNLESS SOMEBOPV WELL.lWibH VOU LUCK.fAR •WllTVl WMT., IlLGEl SflKG FOR VOU. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES BY MARTIN yOO TFSVCt "^V ^e?^ «00V\ ,^&00TS "ftSi '0.O0Ry ,voo THW OKst " ftKiO [w- w.., \\\. VOOU 1 ^5^^ Glances Through the Files o» The Register and The News ^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiMiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiituihuiiimiiiiiiiiiiu 55 Years Ago Today Mrs. G, F. M. Ward went to Du Quoin yesterday in response a telegram annou; cing the death of her father. Dr. H. E. Pope. 40 Years Ago Today Robert Edmison of Farrington township, was in the city yesterday returning home from a visit with his father, Charles Edmison of Missouri. 35 Years Ago Today Walter L. Batoman, chemist at the car shops, wiio has received a commission as captain, left for Frankfort Arsenal, Brydesburg, Penns\lvania. - Chief Johnson and Patrolman Duncan were \ery busy part of the day notifying people to cut weeds and otherwise improve the appearance of premises owned by them. 30 Years .Ago Today Federal Judge George W. English called the sheriffs and state's altornej's of Washington, Clinton and Marion counties before him to lecture them for alleged lawless conditions growing out of the strike of railroad shopmen. .Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Page and daughters will leave Monday for Washington, D. C, where Mr. Page is employed in the registration division of the post office. 25 Years Ago Today Mrs. Harriett Jarries Burke, wife of Orley Burke, died at 3:30 o'clock Monday afternoon at the Mt. Vernon Hospital following an operation performed Sunday morn, ing. Grant P^vc\\^v, son of D. B. Archer who ha.s been associated with his father as ah optometrist in Mt. Vernon for several years, will leave for Centralia this week where he will make his home and establish a business of'his own in optometry. 20 Years Ago Today Jerome S. Mannen died today at the family home. 119 Jordan St. Mr. Mannen was a successful farmer and stockman of this coun- Proctor Phillips left yesterday for St. Louis to join his company n the Army service, which goes nio two weeks training at camp n .Nevada. Mr. Philips is company clerk. 1 ,T Years Ago Today Robert L. Fuller, one of the two surviving veterans of the Civil i War in Jeferson County, died at his home, 812 north Fourth street at 8:40 p. m. yesterday. Three prizes will be given by the Mt. Vernon Chamber of Commerce to the growers of the tallest corn Thursday, August 13. 10 Years Ago Today The Register-News will pay a fraction more than 36c per dozen for fresh eggs taken in trade on mail subscriptions on Dollar and Egg Day, Thursday, August 13. The library board last night appointed Mrs. Mildred Metcalf librarian to- suceed Mrs. Marg,aret Baird, whose resignation will take effect September 1. Mrs. Berinthia Waters was appointed first assistant librarian. Construction of the $250,000 Mt. Vernon airport project has been approved as being of strategic importance by the War Department. Mt. Vernon's auxiliary firemen, a group of men who will serve in emergencies, for the duration of the war, did an unusual task last night. They washed and cleaned the grandstand., at the Fairgrounds, the scene of next Friday night's open air radio jamboree for the benefit of boy's and girls' recreation in this city. 5 Years Ago Today Second place in the Illinois Typical Farm Family contest held in conjunction with the 1947 Ulinoia Fair Vent to the Huel Cross family of Belle Rive, Jefferson County. The temperature went above the 100 mark in Mt. Vernon again yesterday for the sixth straight day, with an official reading of 103. Showers in the early evening, totaling .13 of an inch, gave residents welcome relief last night. Pilot William P. Odom, a third of the way along on his effort to set a new solo record around the world, left Cairo todav at 6:30 p. m. for Karachi, India, Shirley Jean Artis, 1,2 -year-old daughter of Burl Artis of RFD 7, who was" seriously hurt when struck by an automobile two weeks ago today had regained use of her left arm and leg, which had been paralyzed since the accident. MILKING FEED! makes more money from your pasture and roughage Iowa State College says: "High producing cows need grain ,,, It if impossible for tliem to eat enough grass to meet their needs."' The University of Illinois says:"Since pasture provides only roughage, high producing cows on pasture need liberal amoimts of a grailu mixture if they are to get enough nutrients just as they need grain when they are barn fed." Cornell University says : "Even on the best pasture, cows need grain to maintain high miUc production." fOR Cft£ATeg PROFITS fHP 16% MILKING FEED! A high energy, palatable feed, with the correct blend of proteins, carbohydrates, minerals and vitamins needed for maximum milk production from your pasture and roughage. It keeps cows in better body condition. It's convenient and easy to feed. Available in economical 50-lb. paper bags. Cottie m , . . see and feel the difference in New Dixit 16% Milking Feed and other dairy feeds. SEE YOUR NEAREST DIXIE DEALER DIXIE gS?^ FEED \4 'fi Mi

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