Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 12, 1966 · Page 11
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 11

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Saturday, November 12, 1966
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THE REGISTER-NEWS DAILY MAGAZINE PAGE llONDIt •v CHIC VOUNO ^ WHATA.C3AV" ' OM,BOy, I'M TIRED TOhJISHT HEV, ELMO-- \ DO YOU WA^4T ) TO MAKE TEW CEhJTS • . I WONCJER IF I'Lueer \ A TIP BESIDES U'l ABNH WMV biD VOU TAKE US d,000 ^MIUESOUTOF ^THEWAV? TNI BORN lOm LATER-TOKVOCUSTON\5- I AH HAIN'T \ MOTHIM' / lM ,'CEPr l-'OPERATIOM \G.N.i*.'r 7 PREEZErr- TO TELL ME. ABOUTVOUR OPERATIOM/'/ I E.USV// Hatlo's Tiieyll Do It Every Time ® ^^i^cfo^i*^^^ ^ DRUMW. TIPTOE TO THEIR SMOOTiNS BLIND TD WAIT QUIETLY FOR THE. DUCKS- THEM AS THE SUM COAAES UR SO GAME-SCARING NITV/ITS' • As You Were • Glance Through the Files of The Regtoterand The Ne%v« 9v M la. CAPfAIN CJT POOR DeAB... V yci/R RECURR/W 6 PlffiAMS ov-jm. , you 'VB Ler OUR PROBES STIRRIWO UP A HORNET!^ NEST 5PAcePR0eRA« OFJfWTE CB£AW;fE5/NT£NJV< . 8EC0AAE SUCH AM T70N WlPINe U5 OUTi T/ "S JU&T 0B9E55I0W IT HAS J'^y>^v.;r )r' ^1 A fiUESTION UNBALAHCEPVOUK f ^ASONIN&< •V TURNER UNLESS WE CALL A HALT (jQW^ BUT ViCUR BEFORE THE COST PBAIN5 U? | LETTERS OF TOO PRV TO FINANCE OUR OWNy PROTEST WILL WINO UP Lixe THE OTHERS.. WA5HIM6T0N WASTE BASKETS I! IlimiPREVeNTl WElLi SET YOUR 5T „,yC MATfeg/lNPISMATIOM OFF - ^^^<%(m CHEST, THEN wru SEB IF THe ASYLUM WILL TAKE VOU $ACK...WITH VOUR'HVPeOfiBl BOIMS'l SIDk '^lANCBI •y OALBRAITH TO YEARS AGO TODAY Miss Leona Ferguson will go to St. Louis tomorrow for a visit with her sister, Mrs. BeUe Brooks. Supervisor Jerome iVTannen of WaltonvUle was here on business today. , Vemon hospital lor treatment of a gunshot wound fa) hifl head, died yesterday at 1:30 o'clock. He lived near Dahlgren. 65 YEARS AGO TODAY , Henry L. Doherty, head of the, company which controls the lo-| cal utilities was in this city yesterday visiting plants. Miss Effie Hutchinson is unable to attend to her duties at the Hobbs and Pavey store on account of illness. SO YEARS AGO TODAY The mercury took a tumble In Mt. Vemon last night, going down to 14 degrees above zero, the coldest weather of the present fall to date. Logan Mayfield went to St. Louis today to bring out two new cars. 25 YEARS AGO TODAY Cable tools were rigged up this week for a wildcat test lome three miles west of oil production in the southern Woodlawn field of Jefferson county. Natural gas from the Salem oil field was turned into tlM mains of Mt. Vemon today. Approximately 2,0400 troopem passed through Mt. Vemon to« day en route for Camp Forrest, Tenn., after participating In the Armistice Day celebration at the state capital. THE wiiiro I. OH. V «KKIES AND HIS FRIENBB |_e ttu n NO, be. TM. tn. US. tn. CK t BIOISU WIATKINO^ OP A CARCX3 / ORive? y weaLL iTA ^ ROLLS -CANHARDLY ITROaS DO^ ONE HILL, BUrCAM HAW/—•—• AAAKEIT/ Mow UP THE NEXT, ONE./ you FiKEP pc»z. MONE/f SHORT RIU I b NIA. kc Til b. u> w •y HUNK CNlAi [PjiOU 5KONE HOLLEt^, T HAR SHE atows/' lUGS BUNN* ^PKOM HERE OW (T'S^ A LONS/MOMOTONOUS r DRIVE; SUV'NORl FOR VOJR OWN\| SAPETy, I ^ SUGGEST VOU KEEP AN EYE crioeC: • AT THE WHEELl "Look at it this way, ma'am! It comes to only a few pennies <5er bite!" The doldrums is an area or belt of calm or very light winds in certain regions near the equator, especially over the oceans. In the days of sailing ves- . sels such areas were avoided, if possible, by sailors because of the chance of, finding their ships becalmed for days or weeks in the still, humid air, losing time and consuming precious water and provisions. © Encyclopoedio Britonnica 45 YEARS AGO TODAY Thomas Manion, a former sheriff of Jefferson county, died Saturday. The absb-act of the 1920 census just passed shows that the, population of Jefferson county Is; tgrs of i 96.7 pe^ cent native white. 20 YEARS AGO TODAY Figures this morning showed that coUectiona for September of $1,976.91 and for October $1,8M.97 were taken from Mt. Vernon's parking meten. a new high since the meten were in* stalled in the downtown are* ki August A three-act comedy "The Do* tor Has A Daughter," will be presented at this year's all school play in the high school ! auditorium Friday night. Men*. the cast are: Anson 40 YEARS AGO TODAY Friends here have been notified of the death of L.L. Levinson of Stockton, Calif. He was engaged in the clothing business here sevei'al years. The Mt. Vemon Car Manufacturing Co., has been awarded the contract for 200 coal cars for the Southern Raih-oad and will start on this work soonj Smith, Beverly Endlcott, Marilyn Endlcott, Phyllis Goddard, Alice Meffert, Marshall Hall, Mary Frances Cook, Charlene Troutt, Mary Ann Ohms, Patsy Hicks, Joycelyn Hicks, NiD Mel. bourne Parsons, and Tommy Beny. 35 YEARS AGO TODAY Starr Bros, have just presented Dr. S. A. Thompson, president of the city park board, for •= ~- * . All- use of the park, a pak of pedi- tantiy Regunent of the 24th Di* greed fantail pigeons. ' 15 YEARS AGO TODAY The body of Pfc. Edward Hat" sen Richardson of Opdyke, who was killed in Korea July 12, will arrive home toniorrow fw bur* ial. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Richardson and li^d been serving with Co. F. IMi In* 30 YEARS AGO TOD.AY The Consumers Ice Cb. Bros, and Anchor Coal Cb., en- tertahied their employes and fa-, — ^^^^ milies last eventag with a wien-. Bon of Centralia. Vision. At a oonventian of the nunola . Association of School Boards in Starr I Chicago today, Robert Krebs of this city was chosen as pre^ dent to succeed Reinhoi-d Wil* er roast in the tourist cabm at the city park. Thomas Edward Fry, the Hamilton Co. farmer brought to Mt PRISCIUA? POf Bv Al VERMEU welL ePOWOLD 10&S.THBI2, 6ITT/N0 QiilBTiy SV THE (HBSeiDB. DCBSNT7UAT SOUND RB^CERJL? ALLEY OOP "DULL ." re THe- THe WORD IHATPAeeED THCOU0H By V. T. HAMUN WU MEAN VtXJ DONT APPRECIATE ME XLOOK, BUSTER,, RESCUING A /,THIS MAYCOMM Jl^^^JN ^ AS A SURPRISE ..BUT ANY TIME THIS MAIDEN IS IN PISTRESS,^!^! CAN PEPENP ON IT. SHE'S eOT WHAT IT TAKES TO GET OLIT OF IT FAST.' II-ft ly Dick Cavan The condition of L .C. Sever, former vice president of the Mt* Vemon Car Mfg. Co., was re> ported to be nnich Impixwed at Jefferson Memorial hospital to day. He was admitted to the hos* pital Sunday following a heart attack. The Public Library announced (he completion of one step in a long range improvement program today, with the rebuildmg of its furnace room to meet tire inspection requirements. Modev* nization of the two upper rooRu is planted. 10 YEARS AGO TOITAY Walter Warren has been ap* pointed manager of the Mani* moth Department Store. He succeeds the late George Ward. Miss Sylvia Brehm was crown* ed queen of the homecoming «l the high school dance Satuvk day evening. Holiday visiton bi St LouH yesterday included Mr. and MrBt George lyier, Mr. and Mnj. Frank Neal, Mr. and Mrs. Oriaa Metcalf, Mr. and Mrs. John Mo* aure, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heih ter, Mr. end Mrs. LesUe She* bom and Mr. end Mrs. Ed Dobbs. OUR BOA'IDING HOUSt WITK MAJOR FIOPII OUT OUR WAY S YEARS AGO TCNDAY The Emge Packing Co. (tf Ft Branch, Ihd., has purchased the Mt. Vemon Livestock Market Bouth of town. Edgar Bowen, formerly of Ft. Branch has mo«<* ed to this city and wiU Be the local buyer. Suits against SO person char* god with failure to pay real es* tate taxes were filed in county court here today. C.E. Brehm is fai Chicago a*> tending a meeting of the Illinoie State Chamber of Commerce. Miss Anna Betty Huck. Jef- was guest of honor at a tea given by members of the Home ferson County Home Adviser, Bureau Board and Home Ecch nomics Extension CouncD. By WIIUAJM I1/£ F/WALLV DISGOfERED WHAT MY ROLE (W LIFE IS, EEK! PO VOU REALIZE WHAT THAT WEAWS?; HOWir SCHNIIDER AV<PF-^PJTT-Tr.' 14 THe LAST; 6TRAW,'^0M& ISCOUNUREU 1$ NOT OMLY MAKlNii. X REMEMBEK THE -lV \yrWELL\ ^IHE D^U ^A AMD BO&L^ I 'LL B&\ CORPS PLAYeo MDARNED THf^OU(3B THE RRST^ -^WB ^TOCK CAR RACE OF/HAerN 'T we '5 EA 60 N -**-6 UT// BEEN THAT PLACE- / / AROOMD 'SOUNDED UKE A S^^ HERE IW THAT MCAMS m. FiwALLv mm MVSeiF.' • HHhMk,! i V It-It •HKhWA .te.mi...

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