Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 23, 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 UONDIt •» CNIC VOUNO M TTW THB BEST OF VOU '"W WILUBBf •» Ai cm youiu)usEyyouN6 DERINaUENT// ^ 1MI BOtN lotn -KNOCKED ITOUTA HER HAtD /r 9- Aft BREAKFAST IS APV- PAPPy OP!if ft CArrAiN I. jv i» nimn OVEN HA$A BOMB ANP VB5S AUTHORfTIK OWTRISK ITl A H/WM- U55 WOKWe 1RUCK,PARKEP IM A CONSg^TgP M5E /I, IWGHT LEVEL SEYERftL MILE? OF ft CITV.. tviPiwe our m$r iiviN& TH)U65: nUi' ITl MEG? THi wiiun Hado's Theyll Do It Every Time ® WHEN AAC^ WAS AWAY, POP, AT MOME, RIGHT ON THE BUTTOM GEniNGTHINeS STARTED ON /UPANOAT'EM! WOW/ DIDMT NEED "THE AUJ^AA.'. NOW TO GET BREAXFAST GOING FOR THE KIDS"- GET TO WORK EARi:/"' RETURNS AND THINGS GET BACK TO NORMAL'" PO IT EVERY AAORNINS— MVA 7f/» -fMBfOir TO fiUE ELUNGSOH sr/(rs APT. 3Z SIM '*UNCa OAIBRAITH • tW Ir NU, I K TM. IK. us. M. Mr. "John, has he said what he'd allow on this old tub?" WORLD ALMANAC FACTS Virginia once stretched from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean sind even included the Bermuda Islands, says The World Almanac. These sea-to-sea boundaries were fixed by three royal charters granted by the King of England in 1606, 1609, and 1611-12. Virginia thus claimed an area of more than one million square miles. This vast territory was reduced by the charters of Maryland in 1632 and Pennsylvania in 1681. Copyright ® 1988, Newspaper Bnterprlse Assila • As You Were^ Glanoe Through th« Filet of Th« Ragittar and Tha Nawa 70 YEAK8 AGO TODAY MlUard Reed's Theatricjd Co., which presented "A Country Jay" at the Opera House last night, had the receipts of the box office seized by G.F.M. Ward and T.P. Watson for debts contrac- of his brofter, tehmae? Blanks, orchestra leader, who was shot to death Sunday night M YEARS AGO TODAY Miss Bertha Nlehaus, formerly of this city and lawrence ted'b^ M^."lteed "severi days'Boyd of BcUeviDc were married ago. CM. Waters is in St Louis on business today. 55 YEARS AGO Tt^AY The Mt, Vernon Car Manufacturing Co., now has orders for 1,500 steel cars. F.M. Sinsbaugh manager of atizen's Gas, Electric and Heating Co., has gone east 1o see what he can secure in the way of a filtemg system for the water works. ' Sunday in Salem at the hoirie of William Niehaus a brother of the bride. Trapped in Ws sleeping quarters, SOI south 12th street, Inst night. James Parker Vaughn was burned to death from a fire which was said to have original ted from within the building.' . 50 YEARS AGO TODAY A.C. Tanner has sold to G. Gale Gilbert his property on the west side of the square consisting of the building occupied by the Citizen's Gas, Electric and Heating Co., the consideration was $14,000. Dr. A.C. Johnson. L.L. Emmerson, G. Gale Gilbert and Charles McAfee are in Waltonville this afternoon attending the annual meeting of the stodt- holders of the Waltonville Bank. » YEARS AGO TODAY David Mallett, cordinator of the Mt Vernon Council for De^ fensc, late yesterday ai^inted chahrman of the various conv» mittees wWch will make up the local council. Prelimfaiary plans for the esr tablishment of a tuberculosis sanitarium in the unused build* tags of old Swing college, were discussed here last night at a meeting attended by repreitentj!^ tives of several soutliem Uliildiii counties. 15 YEARS AGO TODAY An elaborate dinner dance was held last night at the Elks' club rooms and proved one of the most enjoyable social events of the season. C. C. King, who has been in the employ of the C. & E. I. Railroad for the past several years, has recently been appointed division freight agent for this division and will probably remove from Chicago to this city with his family. 40 YEARS AGO TODAY The combined banquet of the Rotary Qub, provided a very successful meeting. SR YEARS AGO TODAT Governor and Mrs. L.L. Em- mcrson of Springfield, attended the funeral of Grover Bond in this city yesterday. Dan Blanks, 23 - year - old Indian musicians of Centralia is held by Clinton county officials today, charged with the murder MtSCItUf Al VCRMiiB •mERE'5AC01.DMA650FA\R ..THEMOIS'mREINTAE AIR u -i^=**«^ — MOVING DOWN FROWCANADA, W/LL <^NDEN6E, AMDIHE TOATMEANf. YOU |j I'M 23^/» ^EE? ANDWHEN TMI6C0LD PRECIPITATION PROBABILITY A\AY BE6.H0VEL- •FR0NTMEET6 THE WARM, MU- WILL RISE SHARPLY TO AP- _ LIN6 SMOW, 60pN, MIDAIR NOW INTME AREA.... PROXIAAATELY T^A^PERCENH 50 BE READY/CT rP «CKlES AND H IS FRIEnDS READY RIGHT, •y BIOISB X'^ANCf^coN- arrep.Buri DOST BLAhAe vou FOiZ. INS Me/ Loo<. DAISY./ TMEf?t'5 " WITH BA200 AMOTWO TvlEV Ger THAT OLO. SHORT RIBS w n0m cNiAi -» First time 1 ever worried about, fT the population ^^explosion.^ AUEY OOP By V. T. HAMim AU.EV! MV STARS, WHWARE VOU POIKIG UP HERE IN THIS^ BALLOON? WINTHROP 1HE EXgCUtlONER 19 GEtTlNQ 1^ REALLY? WHAT V MAKe«» VOU SAY THAT? , LOOK AT WHAT ,\ HE'S amm Nfo^w!) TMAt's HIS 3omH& 1, 8AU-. STUPID.' '' BUGS BUNNT m • MMi HOW'S SWR JUDO COMIWG ALOWG, BEK? Bf HOVrlF ICHNilOM e iHi hr Nu. uc.ru. tft.vs. t^L on. HOW^S VOUR DUCKING COMIN}G FASJ^EDHIM WHOTWS CCGATESr 5/N0ep OF ALLTIMB ie,ANO eAVBmcocABoeo! m YEARS AGO TODAY Sgt. Jack Bennett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bennett, of TQO Main street arrived home 1^ night from Fort Sheridan, ..iiil., where he received his dischargp Wednesday. Sgt. Bennett wss ip the service three and one-haU years, of which eight months >^ak spent overseas in Okinawa ani six months hi the European Theatre (rf War. Mrs. Marshall Oeek lef* y<^ terday for Olney where ah« was called on account of the death of her aunt. The engagement of Helen iae Irvin, to Harcdd A. Poolai, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aieitdr Poole oi the Fairfield road.luia been announced by MIts Iniia'a mother, Mrs. Francis Irvin isl Harrisburg. ^ II VEABS AGO TODAT When the Mt Vernon started their basketbaU seasgi last night by beating- McLee^ boro 65-46, Vernois Coach Stm Changnon once agsM pnr^ed;;!!! be a pretty fond prophet He prophesied the results over';;« wedc ago in conversation wi)|i a Register-News reporter, I Fred Albert Lovin, 18, who su^ fered a fractured neck whi|e swimming at Bluford Lake al)out four months ago, died at /S:40 o'clock this morning at his honie on RFD 6, Mt Vernon. He w^ the son of Mr. andJfts. Fired A. Lovin. The new 1951 directory, a two- inch thick book just off tin int>9- ses, lists the city with .45;jchur ches, 20 major Indiistriiq^^y;!? lodges and 37 imions and 1^ persons named Smifli. • « 10 YEARS AQO TODAY ^ C.E. Brehm has been reappointed to the Illinois State Chamber of Commerce Leglslatw- Committee of which C.S. Wardja vice president 3_ Coach Harold Hutddns* RaifiB crushed a scrappy.but out-^l]^ sed Fahlield Mult squad last night, and the Mt Ve: Ram "B" squad riiaiked op « second victory with a 3^38 ~w||i last night at FairtleW. B YEARS AGO TODAT Burglars broke faito a concrete vault at the Waltonville gradf school Wednesday, nlfljbt and totpfe J609 in cash. >' 'The first Oiark Airlines plam will arrive hi Mt Vernon oil Saturday on a specif fliSht called "Ozark Airlines Christmas Paii^ in the Sky." v/ Dr. Emmerson Ward, 43, ;::a native of Mt. Vemon. has been elected to serve a term of sbf yeani on the board of gbvemois of the Mayo Clinic in Rochf^ ter, Mtam. —: . Guests who help C.E. Brehn christian his new Trail-O'Sen Lodge tonight on his Belle ranch will see a house in the sky that was built on drill pipe. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Latta-of RFD 3, Bluford, will be marrftd 67 years on Nov. 27. -j OUR BOAtDINO HOUSB Win- MAJOR vtoru OUT OUR WAY By WiUIAMf WELL,THAT TIES ME,tVJl6S5.' ^AY.-OO YOU HAVE AMY IDEA WHAT'6 HftPPENlN' TO AMOS? THAT W [6 6L0W1N' UP 60METHIN'AWFUL.' HE mfOiBVXO L PLAY TENNIS-^ iM^I^TED ON fg(LUARP5.'1HeM HE COLLAPSED AFTER (SGAME^.^-^ WELL, POP, YOU'VE- BEEN dUlTE A CHANSE FOR HIM.'I XX?N*T WANT TO SAY HE WAS NECE6$AFMLY OUT OF iHAPE, BOTTHE HARDEST WORK HB •DID BEFORE YOU CAME WAS LU^SIM' HOME FEED FOR UlS <SOLDFI5H,' tW^/ ffweY RSPUSED M \ r / 5 TO OEUV6R

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