Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 23, 1966 · Page 25
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 196ft MT. VERNON RmiSim-H2!WS CHRISTIIUS OPBNlNS f1 06Ue|e Vootbnll By TRB ASSOCIATED PRESS , Snturtlay Northern Illinois 48, Wlscon- ein-Mllwnukee 8 Big gitU with Uttlc prica tags: silvcf gifts tor tli« lome: bottle opener, letter opener, pio server, bar knife. Com* by Chance is the name of t town in Ncvvfoundland, Canada. Corn is the leading export crop of Portuguese Angola. Si » I BOY'S SUITS S«« Our Large Scltetion. Quality At A Rcaionabl* Price. GIRL'S HOLIDAY ^ DRESSES Martho't Miniofuros Polly Flinden e>^^ Coats, Jackets, Stretch Pants, ^Sm Blouses, Sweaters, Velveteens, Sleepweor Beautiful Selection Of CRIB TOY—Musical And Non-Musical PAJAMA BAGS UY-AWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS FREE ^ WRAPPING i i BUILT fOR HEAVY DOTT-New mover and ditch digger In demenstratlM iir practice, but points up the atrangth af tha Me mMhliN. lea MMrta fey Plane Beams TV Lessons To 750,000 In Six States Everything For The Young Set And A Complete Line Of infants Wear infants. Toddlers Boys Sixes To 7, Girls Sizes To 14 KSMCEwaancK^iwsacBKSasifiaijee^Mt! LAFAYETTE. Ind. (AP) Specia] DC-6 lelevision aircraft which circle over Montpelier, Ind.,, four days eadi weelc, are beaming lesson.s to more than 750,000 students in six states, In- cludin.g Illinois. They arc operated by Midwest Airborne Educational Television Instruction, based at Purdue University. The facility had 1,750 member In mid-November, including public, private and parochial scliools on the elementary, high school and university levels. H.A. Bohnhorst, general manager of the enterprise, said today the 1966-67 broadcast schedule includes more than 30 courses. They are beamed from 23,- imjaNDBRSMniKXaNaMRiMMMMM DID YOU GET A CHRISTMAS CHECK THIS SECURITY CLUB YEAR? 000 feet simultaneously over two channels from videotape. The signal covers 144,000 square miles in Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, llUnois, Wisconsin and Kentucl«y. A new course this year is in space age science. It was produced in Orlando, Fla. with assistance from Cape Kennedy and and the National Aeronautic and Space Administration. Member schools pay )2 per student a year. That, with income from member <eea. and rental of MPATI materials throughout the nation, wiU give the project « balanced budget in 196ft«7. i X t I s I t f t I YOU DIDNT? Oh, Those Christmas Bills!!! YOU DID? Ah, What Merry Christmas Gifting . . With No Financial Worries. Whether YOU DID or DIDNT... Now Is The Time To THINK OF NEXT YEAR JOIN SECURITY'S '67 CHRISTMAS CLUB NOW! FREE Gift To All Who Join Right Awoy! Security Bank COMPLETE TRUST SERVICE Gates Lost $10a0000n Turn Of Card NE;W YORK (AP) — Thing* a columnist might never Icnow if he didn't open his mail: America's highway accident toll now costs mofre than U billion a month in economic loasea. Or, $200-plus each year lor every U.S. family. Splurgers at Las Vegaa would be hard put to match the gaudi- neas of the gambUng at Saratoga, N.y., In its heyday. "Bet-a- million" gates once loet $100,000 on the turn of a single card there, and the i&mOua beauty, Lilliam Russell, whp cured her morning hiccups with champagne, paraded a apanlel wearing an Sl,800 diamond collar. Fun is where you find it. The puffer fish, which swims in Africa's Congo River, blows itself into the shape of a ball when frightened. So the thrifty natives, after thoroughly scaring the fish into a globe of fear, use it to play soccer. The years'* worst pun: Tony Curtii tells of the gta-l who stopped going with a guy because she heard he was a "no account bum." It was his bank who said he had no account. Quotable notables: "The secret of happinets Is this: Let your interestt be as wide as possible, and let your reactions to the tilings and persons that interest you be, as far as possible, friendly rather than hos- tUe." — Bertrand Russell. How thoughtful can a husband get? Well, one feUow sent a swatch of dress fabric to Chria Andrews, president of Triumph cars, and asked if he had a car to match lU color. "I want to give it to my wife tor Oirist- mas," he explained. Finding parking spaces tor people, not motor cars, may be a major problem of the 21st century. The world population is growing by 8,000 every hour. At this rate earth's inhabitants, who totaled 3.3 billion in 1985, by 1985 may number five billion. Edible pets: The goldfish which Western peoples raise for pleasure liave for centuries been raised by the Chinese tar food. Worth remembering: "Yes, we did produce a near perfect repubUc. But, wiU they keep it, or will they, fn the enjoyment of plenty, lose the memory of freedom? Material abundance with* out character is the surest way to destruction." — Thomas Jefferson. Forklore: » will bring bad luck to look In a mirror by candlelight. A mole is a sign of future wealth but not if the mole is the kind that niins the looks of your lawn). You'll sweep up fresh trouble if you take along an old broom when you move into a new home. A ghrl who helpt sew a meumlng drm for a young widow will heirielf be soon married. Forgotten hiroe*: Walter Gant, a career bachelor in Wakefield, England, served as best man at 4S weddings, and thereby probably had more raw rice flung in his face than uiy other man In history. It was George Bernard Shaw who observed, "The secret of being miserable is to have leisure to bother about whether you art happy or not" GIFTS - CANDIES LAMPS - PICTURES DISHES-GLASSWARE NOVELTIES - ALUMINUM TOYS-BOOKS GAMES-DOLLS WAGONS-DOLL BUGGIES DECORATIONS - HOSIERY PLUSH ANIMALS 5^ .-10^ .-$1.00 STORE ^ M |B COMPLETE VARIETY STORE i{ 212 — 214 South 9th ^ (If AN UP PAINT UP FIX UP DOLLENS SHOE 1003 tRQADWAY Nolionoily Advcrtiitd Shots For The Entire Fomily MT. VIRNOH PHONE 242.1046

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