Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 22, 1966 · Page 13
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 13

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THE REGISTER-NEWS DAILY MAGAZINE PAGE Hado's They'll Do It Every Time o H E XT TlMsE WIFEY GOES TO VAC- LOOK WOW HELPFDL HUBBY PlIT rr AWAY* U1 AINBI ^ VKA.AI^C FUNNV-BOOKIN'RITTLE HAG \4>'W CLAIM 97th MOVEMENT KILL5.'.' HA'UA'^ T^ATAROUSEV RVE// •y nilNR • As You Were • Glance Through the Files of The Register and Th« Newt 70 YEARS AGO TODAV The building at the head of Grand avenue, formerly occupied as a meat market by Logan and Holcomb, was gutted by fire about nine o'clocJt last night. Recent letters from Iron River, Wis., announce Miss Alenia Johnson achieved a long cheri^ed .'ambition of the 16th instant, by killing a deer in the most sportsmanlike fashion. 85 TOARS AOO TODAY Arthur Kourik, one time member of the Merchants ball team, is a member of the St. Louis police force. Centralia 42, Mt, Vernon 14; basketball game. "Four out of five doctors don't think much of my diagnosis!" Large Chinese junks roamed the seas long before Europe embarked upon Its great Age of Exploration, according to The World Almanac. Early in the 15th century an armada of 62 junks carrying 27,500 men sailed around Southeast Asia all the way to the Persian Gulf. Many of these vessels were several hundred feet long and four decks high. Between 1405 and 1433 seven Chinese expeditions explored areas bordering the Indian Ocean, including parts of the African coast. Copyright © 1966, Newspaper Enterprise Assn. SO YEARS AGO TODAY Miss Edna Maxey and Miss Fern Burke have completed their three year course at the training school for nurses conducted at the Egyptian Hospital and have received, their diplomas. 45 YEARS AGO TODAY Sheriff Grant Irvin and Depufy I Sheriff i^ll Carpenter this morning went to the home of August F. Fledge in Pendleton township where they arrested Mr. Fledge i and took possession of a keg said' to contain about eight gallons of elderberry wine. City Clerk Walter C. Wescott Is confined to his home by illiness today. 40 YEARS AGO TODAY George W. Threlkeld received a message from Madison, Wis., this morning which notified him of the illness of his son, Warren, who was suddenly stricken with an attack of appendicitis and has been taken to a hospital in that city for an operation. John Payne finished sixth In the annual Big Ten cross country rkce Field at Minneapolis last Saturday. 35 YEARS AGO TODAY Word has been received of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Larson of Villa Park, 111. Mrs. Larson was before her marriage. Miss Alberta Phillips of this city. Mystery today shrouded the death of Ishmael Blanks, widely known orchestra leader of Centralia, shot to death while seated in his car parked near the dance hail at Lakeside in Qinton county last night. M YEARS AGO TODAY Misses Evelyn Ploesser and Ava Scrivner and Mrs. Robert Crosnoe visited in TaylorvlUe Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Burrell PhlUips of Albany, N. Y., are visiting relatives and friends to this «ity. » YEARS AOO TODAY . Gifts of books of interest ts young men in the Army training camps are being sought in a drive all this week by the Mt. Venion Public Library in coc^^ratfon with civic and partriotic orgaiiii* zations. Mrs. Leia Mae Broddy, ST, e( 1218 Westcott street was klUed, her husband, Ralph, 37, wis critically injured and tour ether members of the family were hint in a collision of ears near Advance, Mo., at 11:30 a. m. SliiH day. n YEARS AGO TODAV Mr. and Mrs. W. ^ Sehinttk. 107 north 15th street, will ode- brate their SOth annhrerssry MM^ day, November 25. « J. L. Buford, superintendent' of schools, presented the Betisoa Wood Library of McKendree College 67 bodes published in WS and 1946. Mr. Buford had received the books wiiile serving as a member of the Board of Publish' ers of the Methodist church.' ' Carl Drennan, of fht Mt.: Verw non office of the Illinois Veterans* Commission will be one of the principal speakers in Chica^ Sunday at a meeting of the American Pension Committee Inc. BWrWASDEUCI<30s/~ ' —•••^ lAUifTREMEMBERHOWl BUTTER, SQtllRTOFMUSTARD, iMARAMHINOCHERR^S PSmo^^^PPM^ M40eTHAT5ANDWICM/.. RaV0Fft ^RDI^JES ,^05«RCms.. SJOPSD!SS?U T^^^^^^ U ^^JvlpE^feM! ^ SIMSB 'I mCKlES AND Mif FRIENM 16 YEARS AGO TODAY Don Martin, Roger Edmlaon, Joe Johnson, Tommy JoFdaa, Lowell Mendenhall, Joe Donelaoa, Clyde Cole, Jerry Tom Kryger, Jerry Willianu, Jim Onldi, Jim Stokes, Mak Mannen, Moce Stokes, Don McCann and Ernest Fleming will make thehr iq|t |iM 19Sl -Si2 appearance here totviit as Coach Stanley Changnon 's varsity basketball squad agalmt Carl Nation's McLeamdxm Wax.' es. ••. William Minor ef llM Mavte street, former Mt Vernon m^t^ totendent of schools, died at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at Okawville. He was 92 years, ene month ^i ^id four days old. Jim Breeze, campaign diair- man of the Jefferson county €«&• munity Chest drive today An* nounced that contributions were slightly over Qa 910,000 matk.- ,Mr. and Mrs. Heiman Harkw of 316 Bell street and their ti^o chUdren, Wayne, 14 months, iind Sandra Kay, 8, were injured yesterday afternoon in an Ki'.qjnii^' bile accident near Sesser. tliey were taken to Jefferson Menioip- ial for treatment. 10 YEARS AOO TODAY National Vice Commander Lewis Brake has returned from Woiv Chester and Boston, Mass., where Mass Meeting of Veterat^ of World War Oie. Miss Rose Robertson, a junio^, is the new Homecoming Queen of Webber Township High SchooL 5 YEARS AGO TODAY Father James P. Buike, Mildred Metcalf, Helen Turner, Leone Threlkeld, and Jewel Fuller attended the libraiy ardi meeting in Centralia yesterday. .Frank Hughey, Alford Leffler, Harry Shehom, Glenn Dollcnis, Sydney Bumette and Wcl . °ear- son attended the inter-city mee^ ing of the Optimists held yesterday to Centralia. Dr. William A. Grant was HM mato speaker at a meeting of the foastmasters' Club yesterday.': Mayor Ivan H. Cox, City MAA* ager Lewis, J. Marvto Fowm, Stan Koziara, and Earl Outland spent yesterday to St. Louis con< ferring with officials of O zm4e Au- Lines on start of eommercj^il air line service to Mt Vernon. •y WIUIAMg OR a MM WHAT'5 ^ THE MATTER; YOU'RE r LCOKlNJ" L WORSE rHA^/ TUDRSOAy^ MEftT LOAF FATOER KEEP4 RUNNIM6 FROM ONe-DRATTED ACTlVlxy// ^"ErWAY 10 ANOTHeR.'^4ATURALLV // HE KUN5 IEN30YEXERCI6E ,BlJrMy)' THE RESEARCH LEAVES ME LITTLE TIME: FOR PROPER KEST.'-.-.HAK-KAFF.'-«— ANYONE ISSTE(?E5TED IM PLAyiN6©OLF SMITH El'ERYOWE SHOULD TO DePEWP THEM^eH/ES/ l«llltliieM»SM.»»M.J*l!gL. 7 wo? mt, lUHAT WOULD YOU DO IF MX) VJERE ATTACjtiED BV A QOUPLE OF ISUM.XM.

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