Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 21, 1966 · Page 15
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 15

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Monday, November 21, 1966
Page 15
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THE REGISTER-NEWS DAILY MAGAZINE PAGE •lONDIf •l\\r^ IFDIDI CALLS, AW (. TELL MER I'M ONJ ( MY WAV TO PICK , V, UP ALICE AT Berry-U3u's j U1 ABNn IIIP* IP OlOl CALLS, -qi 'II TELL HEf? r 'M OfJ ^ ( MY WAV TO PICK UP ALICE AT BETTY-LDU'S •v CHIC VOUNO •ir *l CAP* r Hatlo's Theyll Do It Every Time » c ^uCKt-Ef- TH' "(SOOO MIQHT IRENe" PUMCH IS A POWER FO' GOOD.'/ IT KNOCKED ALLMEMOPCV—- -O'TH'-SHUDDHR/ I''- 97th MOVEMENT OUTA HER. . HAID// WHAT WRONG ' WITH ^T-th MOVEMENT? IMI aURK. lOtH \NA^G0TOF,P|)FF-pt)|y, CAPtAIN LJV Slut '-VA ^-f^ •t nUNEI THE WIlLETl •v Wilt WttMrbarg 61VETH15<:ATATIDBIT SOHE 'Ll .&TAVOUT , MEVER tmO., •v BlOISEt ONE Aftour THIS CAB. 1 DIDN'T, SHORT RIBS By m-HK CNEAI Buy ME A BOOK TO PfAP. WI1H A ume MEAT fO IT/ BUUS BUNNi TMANKSI COME IN, . " ! A •IK • MMK l /^OH, PORKYi WHAT A BEAUTIPUL COATi THANKVOUJ > ' HERE'S A l .ri. SOMETMIW r' GO WITH iT, . PETUNIA! 11-2} e 1W Iqr NU, I K, U J. U roT. Off. "Miss Bursen, have the computer turn out a nice little sentiment for my wife's birtliday!" WORLD ALMANAC FACTS Right now, says The World Almanac, you might be holding tiny dust particles of the moon in your hand. The extremely fine dust comes from the craters of the moon and settles on the eai'th's surface. Glassy lunar iragments called tektites a(so settle on the earth and are large enough to see. • As You Were ^ Glanoe Through tha Files of Tha Register and The Nawe 70 YEARS AGO TODAY j en by the fact that more than Millard Reid, manager of tfie 100 licenses have been Jfcsuod theatrical company advertised to by City Oerk John M. Ayers present "The Counlry Jay," at since Tuesday. The total amount the Opera House next Monday now sold for the season exceedB night, is a Mt. Vernon boy,'800. having been bom and spent his yoimger Me in this city. His fath- ^ YEARS AGO TODAY er was at one time engaged in. Speaking over radio station the lively stable and bottling bus-, KMO X this mornlca. Mayor Bert Iness in this city. ; Borden and Fire Chief Paul Par- At the meeting of the dhrec-• tridge urged all who possibly tors of the Mt. Vernon Mining Co. can to attend Oie Christmas ben- yesterday afternoon. Vice Pres- efit show which will be staged ident D.H.- Warren was elected in the Mt. Vernon high school president of the succeed Captain deceased. corporation to John Gibson, 55 YEARS AGO TODAY Chickens, young and old hens, are quoted as 7 cents a pound, which is the lowest price for poultry in years. The principal reason assigned is the scarcity and high price of feed. Eggs are well priced at 31 cents a dozen- Joel Watson went to St Louis thils morning on business. auditorium November 29. A campaign by the city of Mt. Vernon to make bicycle riding safe will gel underway soon with the distnbution by the police deparunent ol 1,000 safety manuals to young cyclists. Oliver A. Jones, Grovnr C. Cook, Glen Dollens, Charles F. Burnett and L.O. Tate spent last evening In Bcntcn and attended a MasonJe ineetin;:;. SO YEARS AGO TODAY Mysteiy surrounds an tempt made last nigirt to buin, » YEAm AOO TODAY The vhtual shutdown of the nation's soft coal mines loday , produced immediate plans fp» curtailment of American RdJ?- witii passenger* Sw,SS:''™ S2" « E T <;rott hnc ro <M«,»,* I Transportation ordered dium, and has had a great sea son with this liorse. 40 YEARS AGO TODAY The Holabeck filling station at Camp Ground was robbed last night about 8:40 but only a small amount of money was said to have been taken. Waller Price was also robbed of $21 last night at 12:10. S8 YEARS AOO T0a%Y Miss Dorothy V/arman, editor of the Vernois News, is attending the lUinoIs State Press Association meeting In Champaign. Shop and Show Day — a pre- Christmas ath-actton arranged by 63 business firms — will be hel4 Friday, November 29 when free movie programs will be run at both Mt. Vernon theatres. Mrs. A. Paul Fellinger enteiw t ^ned members of the Twentieth Century Oub of Norrls Ci^ at her home, 1903 Casey ave« nue yesterday. Vbn Fellinger is a fanner resident ef that city. Copyrig-ht © J9BS, Newspaper Entc:i..-ise * 30 YEARS AGO TODAY Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Gott entertained last evening in honor of Mr., and Mrs. W.W. Andi-ews. II YE.VRS AOO TODAY Osa Lee Fields, Lucille Gra* vltt, Nellie Cummins. Grace Me- Laughlin. Faye Rightnowar and Joan Burke were models in • style show presented by the American Legion Auxiliary at the Legion Home last evening. Fairfield Community High School's beaudful ?250,000 gym- Proof that Jefferson county 'na Turn Zh n f'"«"" ^ mrods are Eoins to t;,kp th^ir I "fi "5 "J^'**^ capa- nimrods are going to take their' quail and rabbit hunting "seri ously" as usual this year is giv MISCIUA'S VOU CALLED HER A 'sMRlMf^ JENNY Ujr li^AT SHE CRAWLED ^ UNDER HER By Al VERMfU AUEY OOP •y V. t. HAMUN LAST WE SAW OF \ OOOLA, SHE RARACHUTE?)' WAS UP IM WHAT y ABALUX)N K FOR? ' •S. !F YOU HAPPEM ...ANP 'F \ TO BE OUTSIDE SHE SnUL 1 IT WHEN THE IS, VOU WILL > POWER GOES OFI7 BE,TOO,WHEN • A CHUTE'LL WE SET you J COME IN HANPV^ THERE'. WINTHROf XT 11 -31 YEH,I GUESS IT \WOULP.' SHOULP VOU HAVE TDUSE IT, COUNT TO RVE AND PULL THAT RING/ •y Olch Cavtll ire A DANCE StXWZMOTHeSAND lUeEDlODO... city of 2,500 — will be dedicated tonight. The Rev. Ralph N. Allen, pastor of the Free Will Methodist church, will deliver the sermon at Union Thanksgiving services at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the Bethel Tabemacje. 10 YEARS AGO TODAY Dr. Andy Hall — an ea"le- eyed hunter at the age of 91— bagged two pheasants this morning. Newly paved Tolle Road was opened to traffic today. Mr. and Mrs. Grover E. Chesney ol Boimie will be married fifty years November 25. YEARS AOO TODAY Final setdements checks totaling $1,346,536 are now leady for the treasurers of the various 1961. Rolland Lewis has beep awarded a Leaders* Fellowship Award from the Southern Illinois dis« trict YMCA. Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Green of the Fairfield Road will be married 62 years on Nov. 26, Judy Wagner, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. C.E. Wagner of this city, has received a certificate ot award from the local Knights of Columbus. She is a seventh grade pupil at St Mary's paro- ehial school. The award was received for her essay "Contributions of CathoUcs in America.'* OUR BOA'itDINO HOUil WITK MAJOR H30PU OU1 OUR WAY •y WIUIAMf ie NOWir ICHNBIOn COME OM, 6OM, SRAB 50ME FLOOR VVITH roUR TOfS/rVE GOT YOUR BACKPACK ^ET AMp YOUR HlKlN" 600T^ OUT/IF WE HURRY WE CANJ MAKE THE LEAM-TO OM LOMESOME- PEAK BYOARK/ ESAO, FATHER, MUST YOU <SHB1EK x X PKEAWED THE COM A NCHES WERe ATTACKING./—UAA-H A K.'-* IT'5 A PIT/ MY OUO WAR WOUMtP HAS FLARED UP ASAlbJ/ rr LOOKS uKe YOU'LL HAVE A ^ ePLEMOID CLIM6.'' ihJ MV BOOK THE THEOI^AWD PRACTICG r MEfJnOK] TUE OhJLV TWO ODUI^f;BS OF ACDOK) MX) CAK) PURSUE IF _ MX)'PE ATTACKEP.' 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