Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 14, 1966 · Page 11
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 11

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Monday, November 14, 1966
Page 11
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THE REGISTER-NEWS DAILY MAGAZINE PAGE IIONDll WHAT I''^ MAKiWQ -S| DOING? ) ( PAPEfi CLIPS •v CHK TOUNO 111 ABNn '• WHY OOK'T YOU ^1 11 i DO S7TJFFl_rKe THAT 11 WHEM YOU QET •T HOME ? \C5^ BECAUSE WHEM -^Ullli r GET MOMe r'M ; TOO TIREO / >—/ WHAT'S 60IM', TOKVO MIRRIOMAIRES . MAVIMG mERGENCV ^AEETI^JG TO DISCUSS EPIDEMIC OP KJECK-SNAPPIMG .'r J IS ALLOWED? OUST CUTE DANCER. SHE FOR ERTAIMMEWT BEFORE BUSIMESS.'.' AIF THEV HAS HER FO'^ [ ENTEBTAINMEKJT— J ( BUSINESS .1'^ < / OH, WILL AM APyRlVE f IN TIME W)F TH"<3.N .r:?, Hatlo's They'll Do It Every Time ® HE'S TRYING TO PUT A BILL .THROUGH CONGRESS— NO AAANICURE— NO VOTE I IF WE VCFTED BEFORE GOINfi TO WORK WE'D GET MARMALADE ON HIS BOOK! 'ITYIMG THE OH-SO- JEAT POLL CLERK AS 7WE SONS OF TOIL TAKE PEN IN HAND — E^^'^'" C. H.1REEO ^•'il UNITY, MAINE, A HOPE SO, BECAUSE IT '5 \. ZERO •TOMl ^HT— SIDt 'HANCB CAP r A IN I.JV •f TUtNH EVERSINCEI CAW VNOW WE'VE APVANCEO TO THE REMBMBEB.YOllVe BRINK OF SP«CE TKAVE!.'. IVE , 5WP THAT CUmOfiry- ^jUST «EET THI5 CHAUEH6E, WHY - HAP LIFTED //V-Lr-VWOT IF |T^ HIM fKOM CAVE^ llfe ^^Ty ' BANKRUPTS OVILIZATlONl StJUANOERlMG TRILLIONS TO LAMP ON SA!^RB^^( W0RTHLE55 PLANET5,.0R TO /NVITE INTERPlANErAR!/ —7 WAKFAKEl ' BUT IT WILL MEAN FANTASTIC SCIENTIFIC] APV?tMCE$ IN MANV FIH05....MEP1CINE, ELECTRONICS.STOP/ UFEIV5BLF- PEPICATEP SCIENTISTS COULP SOLVE TH056 PIMSLEWS.OW THEIR OWM. EVENTOAtLV.„FOK A PITTANCSl SAVINS VAST SUMS FOR RESEARCH BVU$ NUCLEAR PHVSICISTS' THE wium •y Wall W «tt(rb«rf rP «CKlES AND Ml! fRIETiM iXUimiliinTlB •y BlOtSE* '—/SOUR GRAMDPATMER. WAVED SOMEI r PRECKueS,WHAr^ ( ^fO BILLS UMOER. HIS NOSE, AND J\ 4S0VERCX ^ ^ FUMES/ X 'MOKAyi'lGUESSI JUST WASN'T usee? To THE SMELL OP ^ eoy7vvnece l COME FPOM IN y^eXAS, VqU WOOLOM'T LAST -r FiVeM/NUTeS/ • tttt k Ku. uc. m «^ ui f*. o«. •"Wait, Dear! I've just learned that what Johnnie is taking now is the NEW new math!" PRISCIllA'S fOf There are more than one million diabetics in the United States alone who are living useful and almost normal lives bccaiise of experiments performed on dogs. Thousands of lives were saved during World War U as the result of research done on dogs before the war, especially studies made into shock and wound infections. ® Encyclopaedia Britannica • As You Were • Glance Through the Files of The R«gist«r and Tha Ntws 70 YEARS ACO TODAy The Globe-Democrat d yesterday contained notice of the death of Judge Robert F. Wingate, aged 74 years. The older 2S YEARS AGO TODAY The Mt Vernon .ligh school football squad celebrating its upset victory over Salem Arm- Istice Day ate turkey and all Inhabitants of Mt Vernon will the'bimiiung"s"at Aotk Ei^rnev remember Mr. Wmgate as an j^st evening as guestj of The attorney here way back before Register-News, ^Abruf^O of the friends and ^^^jl^^f ^"T,. "^xf "^^^^ relatives of "Aunt" Pop Maxey ^^'f n ^' gave her a very plesant surprise i TI^^^^!^^ ^""^ ^* at the home of Mr. and James Swift of 207 east North S ^* street last night in honor of hcrj 84th birthday. 55 YEARS AGO TODAY Mrs. Daniel Gaffner, mother of L.L. Emmerson of this city, j u .S Army, died at her home in Olney Wednesday at five o'cloclt, aged 83 years. . The moving of the C. & E.I. shops from Salem is again being agitated by numerous citizens who would be pleased to see the shops come here. Mt Vernon Draft Board No. 1 having exhausted its list of 1-A selectees, will send 12 men, five short of the quota, to Chicago Nov. 24 for induction into the Se YEARS AGO TODAY Clarence C. Piper and Miss Vema Yeargin were married at the First Baptist parsonage Monday. 45 YEARS AGO TODAY "Aunt DJaltha" Clampet of Scheller has reached the age of 99 years. 10 YEARS AGO TODAY C.E. Anderson of Nason, better known as "Maj" Anderson is at Mt. Vernon hospital as a result of coming ui contact with a live electric wire early Sunday evening. 35 YE.ARS AGO TODAY Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Woerter of Oakland avenue, are the parents of a baby girl born this morning, who has been named Phyllis. 20 YEARS AGO TODAY Russell Wiegel, assistant chief engineer of the drafting department at Mt. Vernon Car Mfg. Co., died at 3:10 o'clock this morning at Missouri Baptist Hospital at the age of 3) years, two months and 24 days old. The family home is 716 south 21st street. Mt. Vemonites attending guest night at Wayne City Eastern Star lodge last night included: Mrs. Ida Morgan, Mi*s. Rose Herbert, Mrs. Joy Jines, Mrs. Cora Lee Stroud, Mrs. Alva Mathews, Miss Naomi Bogan, Mrs. Mary Swingle, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ancona and Mrs. Goldie Ma.xey, Because the fire truck was blocKed by a freight train at tha L. and N. Crossing on south Tenth street yesterday a fire which Chief Paul Partridge said should have been only a minor blaze, caused heavy damage to an apartment dwelling at 1128 Shawnee. SO YEARS AGO TODAY The Democratic Victory parade will get under way tonight with the fairgrounds as the starting point and will proceed north on Tenth street to Broadway. Mrs. Harry Sturman and daughter, Alice Ruth; Sloise 15 YEARS AOO TODAF Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Mo* Kee, US Shawnee street, celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary with open house Sunday afternoon, November 4. Mr. and Mn. Bobert Krebs, JL. Buford and Marlin Rich returned from Chicago, where they attended the annual con- ventlon of the Illinois School Board Association at which Mr. Wood, Carrie Chase and Theresa Boyd attended the cooperative elected president ol concert nlng. in Centi-alia lai .t eve- 8« At vtmtu VDU MUST BE DOING SOMETHING VS/RONG. JENNY LU.' , ^ . ^ LET'S ASK I^OLLYWOCK, ABOUT IT.'' HOLLYHOCK?? WHAT DOES SHE KNOW ABOUT BOVS / AUEY OOP By V. T. HAMUN WHAT'S WRONG, DOC? SOU ^1 30]- Tom iBi cv I SHORT RIU KNOOC OFP THE \ mSH -PrroJEP SCREAMIWS ...I SENP OOOLATD LOOK UP AN OLP FRIENP OF MY fiRAM'PAW'S ANP LOOK WHERE SHE'S WOUND UP., WINTHROP •y Dick Cav«M' BU 'iS BUNNt QUIT TH' YAKKIN' AN' GET BACK T' WORKl ^I'O BETTER^ 60 CATCH MY BUS, PORKV DEAR! VER S'POSEOr 8E DECORATIN' THEM CA1<ES1. \m2y NiCB... rrtu LOOiL BBMSTiFUL IN IHATFBAMB. oica. £PS/AUJ TAj^B IT iHte 16 -me FIR/ST HAD wnW ALL A'& ON IT? O IM tr NU. Ii> i the association. Arthur Milward, principal dl the Mt Vernon high school, and Alvin Lacy Williams, Mt VeiTion city attorney, will take part in a forum on city manager form of government w(^cb will be held in Mt Vernon this Friday, November 16. city waa yesterday elected as a Clarence McCauley of this city was yesterday elected as a director of the Producers Seed Company, at a meeth]g of var- ioui farm organization hi a con^ venUon at St Louis with the ZU- hiois Agricultur* Association. 19 YEARS AGO TODAT The Jefferson County BoarS of Supervisors is studying a proposal to "spruce up" llu out* side walls of the court house. A raging woodland and field fire Tuesday afternoon swept from the Marlow Road to and beyond Bluford. Work of rural firemen and volunteers kept the fire from damaghig homes and Milward have been selected for the Illinois AO-State football team of 1961. Available now at the Mt Vei> non Public Library is the Oolwn* outbuildings. On Nov. 18. Mr. and Mrs. E.C Cromeans of near Dix will bo married fifty years. • YEARS AOO T0DA7 Financial leaders from all parts of Illinois came to Mt Vernon last night to honor Guy W. Wood, Jr., newly elected president of the Illinois Savings and Loan League. One-way traffic over Broadway, whidi has been paved ai> cross the C A E.I. tracks, was opened to traffic this afternoon. Dee Rutherford and Nipper bia University study program in rapid reading—a Division of the Book of The Month Oub. OUR SOAIDINO HOUft mvt' MAJOR \ -loru our OUR WAY iy WIUIAMS m s mm MOWI*- SCHNIIDER MOWIOUE' IS A RfAL MODERW SWfUG/WG- CHICK! "WE OMLV UJAV TO APPROACH HER IS TO PlAV IT COa! WO EMOTIOUAL VEAH, -YEAH, VEAH \ It /HERe 'S THE ACnOW, BABV.f* I MEAW THIS Lmie StUIMGER iWAJJrS TO A^l/E.i ierSGET lUITH IT VOV L I C- THATS COOL, MAU! I DIG VA! ters GET • MtlrlW,! t'M teiN' rr, 60 1 GOTTA 'BELIEVE IT-^ POPHOOPLB MAKIN'THE <SCENE ON A MOTOR- (GET vjirmr.soN.') — cSREATCAESAR.'WHY, X HAP NO IPEA -THAT YOL) W£RE COMIN6 •mi6 WAY FATHER.' THE LAST V /e HEARP VOU WERE (N MEXICO-^ER.AH—^TUOyiN<S THE A-ZTEC f?UifJ5.'DlD YOU PNI-SH YOUR^R£SEARCH /JHy V/OOL-Dt / _ SPEND MY TIME 1^ THE PA6T ?I WAS ). 5UmM'TILLI<&0T/ WIPEP OUT ANOV4ADTO / 6EACH MV. WHERE [ THE AaiONl 16s LIKE FATHER,UKE SOSi/ NOW THAT , THEY'RE BOTH WCRKlNfi AT THE PLAWT.' <3REAT COMPAWy AREN'T THEY.-- WE'RE LUCKY TO fiET A FEWMUMBLE9 OUT OF THEM AT THE PINNER TABLE ANYMORE.' I'M NOT AALiCH CUP A. POET, BUT HOIVABOLTTTHIS: WE'RE ALONE ALL BAY WHILE TWEY V.ORK, ANP THEN - . THEY COME H0ME1OEAT '/*v ANPTHEVKE eoMeA<SAiN.»*

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