Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 28, 1952 · Page 10
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1 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON.' M-UNOIS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1952 • Hal Boyle The Poor Man's Philosopher Wakes Up With Tummy Ache BV HAL BOYLE HOMETOWN. U. S. A.—Twas the day after Thanksgiving and all through the house not a creature was stirring—not even the mouse named Wilbur Poeble. Well, just barely stirring. America's most average citizen was In a bad way. Wilbur had celebrated feeling grateful about so many things the day before that this morning he felt ungrateful about everything. * • * A SHARP PANG seared through his stomach. He grimaced, then opened his eyes cautiously. "You never get anything for nothing In this world," he said aloud. "Yesterday I never felt better, and today I never felt worse. And all I had in between was a little fun." His wife, Trellis Mae. sat up in her twin bed and looked over at him with hollow, accusing eyes. "Well, my fine-feathered philosopher," she said. "You kept me awake all night. And now you want to keep me awake all morning?" "How did I keep you awake all night?" demanded Wilbur. "With your snoring. At first I thought It must be the radiator knocking. I simply couldn't believe sounds like that could come out of a human." • * » "A GUESS I ATE TOO MUCH TURKEY," said Wilbur. "I'm a sick man. The boss gives me the day off. and- I'm too sick to enjoy it. Why do I have to get sick on my own time ?" "Please don't mention that fowl word," groaned Wilbur. "Just soak me a couple of aspirin tablets in some sodium bicarb. Maybe I can burp my way back to health." She fixed him this brew, and after drinking it. Wilbur sat up and noticed Trellis Mae was staring intently at a newspaper. "What's new?" he asked. "Well, the paper is full of fur coat ads—and it's only 28 days until Christmas," replied Trellis Mae. "I've changed my mind," cried You will find • large •diction of Gifts for tho Smoker at THI WOODEN INDIAN Japanese War Criminals Out For Ball Game By AIUIIIM Prtti TOKYO — Wednesday was a big day for Japan's 640 war criminals from Sugamo Prison. They saw — for the first time since their convictions at the end of the war, Tokyo's colorful streets and a professional ballgame. They saw, too, families and friends who crowded near their section of the stands at Korakuen Stadium. Officially they were not permitted to talk to or have any contact with relatives. But their guards frequently were very busy watching the Daiei Stars beat the Tokyo Whales, 6-1. At one of those times a girl, 7 or 8 years old and clad in a red dress, accented by a pink hair ribbon, slid past guards and threw her arms around her father. He hungrily returned her em- rase before she was hustled away. The guards turned away as a flashbulb popped. Pictures had been forbidden. Newsmen were not allowed to approach the prisoners. The outing was arranged by the Justice Department and the baseball teams. FUNNY BUSINESS By Harihberger Wilbur, falling back on the bed. "ft's cheaper to die." GIASSMAN'S FOR SALE SMALL RED SHALE Quality guaranteed. Suitable for any resurfacing project, driveway*, roads, etc.$2,150 per yd. delivered In vicinity of Mt. Vernon In 8 yd. lots or more. LESTER COWSERT GENERAL HAULING Phone Collect 732 West Frankfort, III. WE WILL LOAD TRUCKERS Stauty Sato* Phone 2681 The ever popular... "Shell Cut" wi* Cold Wmrm a Mm $750 iff on. - Tties. Only! Smooth, soft, (hell-like llnea • , . A wave you'll want to wear the whole winter lonr. 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All jackets guaranteed first quality—can be worn all winter long, and early spring. Buy yours now on Lay-away. It'll be paid for by Christmas. GABARDINE OR COTTON SHIRTS FRUIT OF LOOM SNUG FIT BRIEF 1.98 Smart new plaid and fancy designs and solid colors. Boys sizes 8-16. Fits tighter than the paper on a wall. Panel supporter. For boys. Mens 69c. BOYS BOMBERS Heavy quilt lining, is all wool! Huge furred collar! Zipper front— satin twill finish. Choice of color. Sizes to 16. 6.98 BOY'S SURCOATS Genuine quilt. lined! Warm—& wool! Zipper fastened front. Huge furred collar. Boy's sizes to 16 CHARGE IT! MAKE NO PAYMENT ON A NEW SUIT OR NEW TOPCOAT UNTIL AFTER JAN. THEN PAY ONLY ¥3 ' And make arrangements to pay the balance in 90 days after that. You can pay 1/3 in 30 days after the date of purchase, 1/3 in sixty days and the balance, in ninety days. Buy one, or both, on this plan. Suits From 29.95 Coots From 39.98 I GLASSMAN'SI

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