Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 19, 1966 · Page 9
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 9

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THE REGISTER-NEWS MAGAZINE PAGE •» CHIC VOUNO •V Al GAPP I ALLESr FOP. KIRRIHG COTE. DANCKR.'f .'9 Initio's Theyll Do It Every Time 7 YA5-JEREBQ^M KNEW JUST WHEN THE MARKET WAS BRASS ABOLTT HER GQIMQ UP- ANP HE'S HUSBANP NO ENP'" SUCH A DEAR- HE'S ALWAYS GIVING ME PRESEMTS- BEALD; — ^ .ic... UC J AT EVER/ HEM BiJT LISTEW TO HER FACE- TC-FACE ' ESTIMATE OF THE GREAT MAN CTANP SriUU AND iJSTEN.TOU FAILURE/ .'NEVER LIFT YOUR FINGER FOR ME/ ALL THE.OTHER MEN FALL ALL CVERTHEM: SELVES FOR THEIR J WIVES.' I'M JUST A SERVANT TO VOUi NEVER TAKE ME f\ ANYPLACE// 1MI BOIN lOIH » Art 7HMNl-tCOM 'TKH0«-lFr5 m A ^l.F'f^R1W\IT ALL HAVIM6 M^l UTTl-E Ot ?KP-^ .1-19 CAPTAIN I. JT LAPV , IF / IAPMIT I WAS TOO PISTRSfleHTTO ICOliU>A / WATCH THE KOAP A^I.^HOOLP. BUT CtBARED I (T'# UWOflLtANT OP YOU TC RUB IT IKI TH* FEWCB^- , 1 MIGHTA eOTOUTA V«riL MEEP A /THANKf. I5^ff FflffT TW WRECKER TO/W3VE IW& KE1 .W ..THI& 15 MY . VOURCAR,MISS ffUeV3KAKDFflTH£R..PR;OVi-;>| W0UND5 5EEM 5HPEK -r~lI "Tw^i FICIAL. WE'tL PRIVe A " - ^ •V TURNER INDU I TKIETS. THERE\ WV FAIT^K. A TWV OUTTHI ^my -J ^^^U^ • As Yoir Were • Glanoe Through the Files of The Register and The News M^HBYM. JOHNSON 5ro/ «^ NOierHAVE, aMJIM0R£l6,MD. Witt W #ttvrbMrfl • ,x ^^^^ I'LL BE D0S6BO IF '600DBYE' DON'T TAKETHE JOYOUTOF dAY/N' 'UELUD.' PPfCKUl AND 4il milMBS AT THE CAUCe WILL HAVE A CAR LIKE THIS ONE.'' •y BiOfSER BEFORE YOL3 CRANK HER, ALWAYS RETARD "WE SfWlK. OR SHE'LL KK*^YOUR. HEAD AS SILK/// ^ WHERE APe Voi; /OVER TOMOKUJK HiUI.. ^ WHAT ARE THE ) COND/TIONSTWERE?, E10HT INCHES OF FRESH ?omR ON AN BASE. BUGS BUNNT A COME IN/SIRE! ( PREPARE' US SOME VHOT CHOCOLATE 1 ^ SOUNDS GOOD, SOODNESSi THE LIGHT STRINS BROKE; S/VAR V. I TIED A GOOD STROMS KNOTl UCM ARE VOU AT REPAIRINS WlRINSy«/W> PLASTER? UK • MIS NOWrIT KHNIIon HERE GOMES THE lOVE-S/Cfc CUDVJtJ ML. HAVEWT VbU HEARD? FALUKJG. iW IWe IS *OUT' THIS YEAR. STUPID/ V OWE OF THESE DAYS THEMW CROWD IS GOIWCS TO GET "mElkS/ • is«6 ir N«, I K. m J^., ui »•>. « "It's a mess, but Bert refuses to go into debt. He could barely scrape up the money to have the TV fixed!" FOR THE BIRDS is the art of Swiss sculptor Peter von Wattenwylt holding one of the "birds" he has on display at an exhibition in Berne. He says he loves all Iiinds of birds, even these Imaginary numbers which "nature inspires me to create." 70 YEARS AGO TODAY Hannon Moss, Jerseyville, Is visiting his uncle, Capt J.R. Moss and otlier relatives in this city. Today has been the regular monthly pay day at the car shops About $10,000 was paid out in wages. 09 YEARS AGO TODAY Molded corn is going to work a.' heavy loss to the farmers in Jefferson county. The damage Is due to excessive rains which made the com rot and mold in the shock. Advice from Waltonville is that the school is closed on account of diphtheria in two families j whicli have children In school. Plans are completed for tha Old Time Fiddlers' contest to be held at NYA headquarters on north Ninth street tonighL 25 YEARS AGO TODAY Centralla, sparited by tiie famous Dwight Eddleman and an equally effective but unpublicized teammate, Clifton West, ronw ped over Mt. Vernon's Rams, hi the annual TYirlcey Day gridiron clash here yesterday afternoon 3W). Dr. George P. Ruthledge gav» a sermon on "Thanksgiving" at Union services held at the high school auditorium yesterday. SO YEARS AGO TODAY David Miller has begun the work of remodeling the interior of the room he recently purchas-. ed on the east side of the square preparatpry to movhig the popular Miller's Toggery there. Bishop William A. Quayle will lecture at the First M.E. Church Saturday evening. 45 YEARS AGO TODAY A feature of the Farmers Institute . this year was the winning of the prize for the best corn by a girl, Miss Lucillf Terry, of McOellan Township. 10 l^ARS AGO TODAY EUie Garrison and his brother William Garrison of D.ihlgren have been man-led 50 and 40 years respectivelv today. Dr. Clarence Hamilton's Buick was stolen from his garage last night Later the same person who stole the car used it fai a holdup of a filling station in Albion. 20 YEARS AGO TODAY Lew Reece one of Mt Vernon's best known citizens died suddenly at 8; 00 o'clock last night at his home, 1125 Maple street, at the age of 68 years. Karen Richardson, 2% year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Richardson who reside five miles southeast of Mt Vernon, was taken to St. Johrfs Hospital in Springfield for treatment of Poliomeylitis. County Judge Frank H. Walker will represent Mt Vernon AMVET Post at the national meeting of the American Veterans of World War n at SL Louis, Mo. 35 YEARS AGO TODAY Grover C. B<md, well known business man of Mt Vernon and njember or a family long prominent in the busines affairs of this city, died at his home about 12:30 today. Miss Dora Brydon is attending the 14th district nurses meeting in Carbondale today. 30 YEARS AGO TODAY Senator Charles Wood of Keenes was a business visitor in Mt Vernon today. PRISCIllA'S ^AFTER ALL.""^ : THE ONDt' PRIEND By Al VERMEH ALL R\QHT.' ALL RIQWT/' TWO FRIENDS/ AUEY OOP By V. r. HAMUN ..WE'P SENT HER/ ANP THE NEXT. . TO INTERVIEW ( THING WE ( YEH. THE EMPEROR iV KNEW,THIS, OF OHGOLLY WELL, ALL RIGHT, MAKE ' WITH-THE KILOCYCLES. LET'S flET GOING/ WINTHROP OUAUJ IT la WH&i you've ALCeAOy SeSALSD "We BOX TOP AND THEQaAETH2 IS Y^RS AGO TODAY Dr. George W. Waters was last night elected president of the Jefferson County Dental Society. Ha succeeds Dr. John R. Fry. l>t. M. M. Lumbattis spoke on H M program of the Stat(» Department of Public Health and I^. Earl Neal was hitroduced as a new member of the dental so- dety- Thc first step toward a proposed general acnes ttie board ten per cent increase in tf?e Mt Vernon tax rate was taken by councilmen 'last night'. The hi- crease was opposed by AId(»i> man John MetcaU. Spcaldng in favor of the tax were Aldermen Leonard WeUs and Jade McDonald. Mayor Milton Forsyth con»- mented that it would be of little value to the present administT» tion but would give 0»e city man- jBger more revenue to cope with itinancjal problems when this city's form o! govemmoit changes in May of 1953. 10 YEARS AGO lODAY The Rev. Eugene Holcomb, pastor of the First Baptist church will deliver the annual sermon when the Community Thanksgiving Service is held Wednesday evening at the First Presbyterian church. Taxes collected in Jefferson county this year totaled $2,485,824.65 - 95.6 per. cent of the total tax bill; Tomorrow is the 75th blrdiday of Mrs. Agna Parker of this ci^ and her twin borhter, Alvin Hartley of Waltonville. Diane Dunham, Ida Sue nots, Fred Dunham, Tommie Jean Di> vinere and Jeanne Dunahm, a» companied by their dance instructor, Mrs, Harry Dunham, ati tended the meeting of the St Louis Dancing Teachers' A SBO- ciatioo held Sunday in that cUy. S YEARS AGO TOOAX Three 50-year members ef the Masonic Lodge, all residents «l Marlow, 111., have received special recognition. Ttity are Ra^ leigh Marlow, George diftoiv and J.L Williams. Dr. Andy HaU. Ml. Vernon's nationally famous physician, is reported to be critically ill, at Good Samaritan Hoapital follow ing a stroke. Richard Mordson of this dty, a freshman in civil engineei> ing at the University of Ulinbis, is one of six to receive the Owens • Illinois Glass Company scholarship. Jefferson county has received its fhTst sales tax check, in dw amount of $1,398.57. The check, from the state revenue department, represents sales tax receipts for August. OUR SOAUINa HOUM mW MAJOR N30PLE OUT OUR WAV ty WIIUAMI REAL 6IN&INV «|« MAN V£AH-yeAH yE-AH-YCAH / A 'RAMBLIW'/HAM STRETCHED OOT BT THe^EA—AlNt ' NOTUlNlOWN o'^- 'dEPT A HANOFOL O'-SAND-'WEAH- Yem -YEAH? ii-n X .« "'"'''mi HEWAeiN f HE SLIPPED OUTOW A1E /AM' I HAPPA CHA5E HIM ALL OVER THE WEISHBORHOOD/ HE LOVES TO. RIDE /WTHE CAR, BUT EVERY TIME WE HAFTA CART HIM TO ^ THE VET HE SEEA^S TO KWOW WHERE WE'RE fiOIW; AN' SMEAKS OFF-1 EON— <SET IT/ WELL, HE IPOES.' THE CJNLV TIME EVERAPPJSOACH HIM WITH THE LEASH IS WHEM HE HAS TO BETAKEN TO THE DOCTOR.' ^ f^, WHV MryrHEies 6ET oiBA6r __iK?jaA* t*^

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