Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 2, 1963 · Page 13
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 13

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Monday, December 2, 1963
Page 13
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(1 THE REGISTER-NEWS DAILY MAGAZINE PAGE BLONDU T J MR.BEASLEY,") WHY ARE YOU ..WEARING THOSE ) BEADED INDIAN <'#U3, S» J &1 7 MOCCASINS? ) ^ re> >v STOP AND THINK— DID YOU EVER SEE ^ AN INDIAN WITH FALLEN ARCHES? By CHIC YOUNO 5 ll'l ARNER •>« Al CAPP They'll Do It Every Time ~ By Jimmy Hatlo LET'S GO SOMEPLACE, WHERE BlGOOMES SPIES WON'T SEE US.' I HEAR HE HIRED THREE MEM TO TAKE AW PLACE—I WOULDN'T GO BACK IF HE OFFERED ME DOUBLE THE MONEY".'.' IT'S DORNICK-HE HANGS AROUND HERE MORE NOW THAN WHEN HE,PARDON,' THE EXPRESSION, • WORKED HERE/ OKAY, DOR;JICK~ V ANYPLACE YOU SAY- HOWS THAT MILLION- DOLLAR DEAL VOU, WERE TELLING ME ABOUT ?. HE NEEDS A LITTLE BAD NEWS FOR HIS EG0«LIKE THE FIRM'S GOING BANKRUPT SINCE HE GOT LET OUT-' HE'S ABOUT READY - TO BEG FOR HIS OLD JOB ' I BACK-THEN HE'LL 1 BE SNOWING US HOW BIG DOME COULDN'T DO WITHOUT HIM.' " y RED RYDFP HIS BIS-MOUTM COULD'VEGOTC KILLED/ IS THAT HIMCOMIN'? ' ME By FRED HARMON [ rtOPE/ ITS SOMEBODY* DRlVlW ) AtoCKBOARD.' I'M AFRAID S YOU SCARED TH'Oll-TIMER. SO ) BAD HE'LL NEVER COME BACKV By TURNER [pLANT .GUARD* ARE SOON USED TO TOO DROPPING BV AT CLO&ING TIWB «0. I ORDERED A BOWLING BAG.VET, /NEW ONE. I HATE WELLEK? ycAfeRyiNSTHI&ONA BIJ$ WITHOUT OMEv HOW CAN VOU 5EEM SO/WE'RE NOT POOR JOVIAL LATELY - , ALAN-. / YET. KATE 1 . HOW WirHP0VERTy $TARIN<5( WOULD VOU LIKE S > U£ IN THE FACE ivn A CRUI5E TO Wlil\ l^-yJLz. — ,r-^A WHEN rw THRU 14* BEN CASEY By NEAL ADAMS I ONCE THOUGHT OF >] GIVING IT UP FOR A JOB THE GOVERNMENT OFFERED ME IN THE WILD LIFE DEPARTMENT, * As You Were * Glances Through the Files of The Register and The News <55 < f) Ktnr Featum Syndicate, Inc., 19&1. Worl-I rtfhu retcntd. 1^*2. CASING THE EX-FELLOW EMPLOYEE WHO KEEPS HANGING AROUND THE OLD HOME GROUNDS ••• T^ANOAriPOFTve. TOM JOHNSTONE, {(J 3692 DAILEV AVE., PANAMA CITY) FLA. 63 YEARS AGO TODAY At a meeting ol the joint committee of the Masons and Knights of Phythius controlling the Opera House Charles R. Keller was appointed manager of the property, to succeed Thomas Manion, whose least on the Opera House has expired. L. N. Beal of this city was elected first vice president of the Southern Illinois Horticultural Association in Vandalia yesterday. g§§|^ j 50 YEARS AGO TODAY At. a special meeting of the City Council last evening, an ordinance granting the light company a 20 year franchise was introduced. Sovonty-two candidates, one of thorn a young woman, are here to take the state bar examinations. 45 YEARS AGO TODAY The removal by Mayor J. Cyril Be-g of Dr. H. L. Davis, city health physician, was the feature of the regular December meeting of the city council. The township high school which has been closed on account of the influenza epidemis will reopen Thursday. raisciuA-s POP ,SO VOU'VE BEEN L HELPING- MOTHER WITH THE .HOUSEWORK. 1 YOU MUST HAVE. HAD\ A GOOD LONG TALK WITH YOUR , V ' CONSCIENCE!) (YES^ 3QOD. LpN© > 'SSiftZX By At VERMEER December I f.3 10 II 12(3,4 I IIP- ALLY OOP OOP...WITH A I AW, COME WIFE ANP J OFF IT, POC! FAMILY?? f THAT'S ONLY OH, NO// J A NEBULOUS < HYPOTHESIS... — nn tv V. T. HAMUN ...BUT THISIS A HYPOTHESIS THAT COULP TURN IMTO COLD ' REALITY AWFULLY FAST., AND THEN WHAT 1 I.PO FOR A FIELDMAN? WE LL GOOD it'll FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS •y BIOSSER com ON, CH\PS...WE\& GOT JO GO worn. We GmTMa LATE' 0 IN) kr HU, IK . TM. IUJ . UA tel. OH. ALL EIGHT; IF YOU WON'T AA0V5, I'LL. MAKE NOD Move... 00£ I WQUOE& WHY PEOPLE ALWAYS 6AV "STUBBORN A<5> A MULE"? r PICNICKING H TMIS WEATHER.? FREEZING/ NOT WHERE" "S WE'RE <sahk5,) AR^NfTWE" LUOCYMY 'SPADE '1URNER .,WORKS WCRH.HON? SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAl THERE GOES BORIS 8 LAST07IC ,7 HECBSM 0 NAUT. IN HIS HOME 10 WN THEV CAU, HIM THE GOLDEN EASLE". a© ANPTHATS IVAN0RBITSK1. \k HIS HOME TOWN 1r \EV CALL HIM TH£ RED HAWK. 0' HAVE SOU EVER 'CONSIDERED GOINS INTO 1HE SPACE PROGRAM? GOSH, NO, IN MV HOME' TOWN THEV CALL ME IWE I BIO YELLOW CWCK6M. F Mm,HiA,i«TM I,I ui-f.t.w. QNeAU SIDE GLAi.^.i H OURS' Bv GAIBDAITH i KimvrwALsf CARNIVAl <>v DICK TURNER O mi tr NU ht. TM. bf. U. M. M "I don't like the looks of this, Clara. There are more people taking out than there are putting 'ml BUGS BUNNY "I liked the part where Pop came awake all of a sudden and yelled, 'I AM listening to you, dear'l" 40 YEARS AGO TODAY The 10th annual meeting of the Older Boys Conference ended here this evening. George B. Thompson of Dix is assisting in Circuit Clerk James M. Latta's office. 35 YEARS AGO TODAY Mrs. D. P. Settlemire entertained in honor of her daughter, Miss Betty Settlemire last evening. Other guests were Miss Ruth Nixon of Little Rock, Ark., and Miss Martha Baethke of Kewanee. Mrs. Eva LIsenby, wife of James K. Lisenby, died very suddenly Saturday afternoon. 30 YEARS AGO TODAY County Clerk George B. Thompson states that in the last six months notwithstanding the depression, more marriage licenses were issued than in any similar period since 1919. Mr. and Mrs. Vol E. Richardson and daughter, Eleanor, and Mrs. J. T. Harrnagel were visitors in St. Louis yesterday. 25 YEARS AGO TODAY Mrs. Paul Broyles departed this morning for Hot Springs, Ark., for a two weeks visit. Ray Gordon left Thursday night for Berwick, Pa., where he has accepted a position with the American Car and Foundry Company. 30 YEARS AGO TODAV Miss Garnet Atkinson departed this morning for Perryville, Mo., wh»re she will assume the management of the Gift Chest Jewel- cry Store in that city. Mrs. Joyce Puckett and Miss Julia Hawkins departed yesterday for Fresno, Calif. Mrs. Puckett will remain with her husband, Pfc Gilroy Puckett, U. S. A. A. C, who is stationed at Hammer Field. Miss Hawkins will visit in Los Angeles and Long Beach with Miss Nadine Roth of this city and Ensign Ray Hamilton of Jacksonville, 111. They were accompanied to St Louis by Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Lasater, Jr., of Barnhill, TJL, Miss Helen Hawkins and William B. Myers, Jr. while in St. Louis they visited with Mrs. Troy Hawkins who is a patient at Barnes Hospital. 15 YEARS AGO TODAY Richard Towal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Towal, underwent a major operation at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Terril Thompson left today to attend the funeral of hLs mother in Golden City, Mo. 10 YEARS AGO TODAY Miss Lulu E. Miller was installed last night as Worthy Matron of Mt. Vemon Chapter No. 223, Order of Eastern Star. William E. Rcavis was installed as Worthy Patron. Miss Norma Jean Fitts, daughter of Mrs. Clarence Pearson, has completed plans for her wedding on December 11 to Evan Kelly, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly. Dwight Stewart, Sue Fenton, Roger Tate, Peggy Wilkerson, Pat Smith, Sharon Brown, Peggy Morgan, Teddy Foster, Gene Fox, Kenneth Wooden, Carolyn Zoeller and Roger Cowen are among those now rehearing for the Senior Class play "January Thaw" which will be presented at the Mt. Vernon Township High School December 10. Candace Doughterty, Florence Stroud, Lora Kissel, Hazel Byars, Ollie Melton, Wilma Fitts, Opal Fitts, Ella Jones, Susie Price, Mary Palmer, Effie Tayes, Lillie Johnson. Maude Martin and Minnie Smith, members of the Mt. Vernon Royal Neighbors Lodge, attended a meeting of the Salem organization last evening. Plans for raising money to finance the building of a new auditorium were unfolded last night at a dinner for the congregation of the Central Church of Christ. 5 YEARS AGO TODAY Paul Hayes of 3120 Cherry la the new city clerk. He succeeds Allan Dulaney who has been appointed administrative assistant to James F. Cannon, Supt. of the State Dept. of Industrial Planning and Development. County Clerk Lester F, Davis has been officially informed by the state revenut that there will be no tax multiplier on 1958 property assessments for Jefferson county. Miss Linda Felton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Felton, Has returned to Kansas State College, Manhattan, after spending Thanksgiving at her home. Addison Gillespie, Asher Melton, and Henry Fenton served as speech judges at a meeting of the Mt. Vernon Toastmasters' Club last evening. Mrs. Paul Setzekorn left yesterday for Frankfort, Germany, to join her husband who is stationed there with the U. S. Army. OUR ANCESTORS byQo.incy OUR BOARDING HOUSE WITH MAJOR H0OF1E WHAT CAH YJE "00 WHILE.TH K MA-SOF? 6KeET6TH > COOKIN<5 3UDGESZ. UE *4 HAD HIS NOSE 60 HISU LATELY IT HA* .FROST 0t4 ft.' "Boy, as if they weren't bad enough ... you had to put starch in nur celluloid collar 1'* LET'6 6WB S THIS 60UK-J •DOU61A 4TEWA V, 6REAT B16 HELPING OF £AL)ce .'THAT PROBABLY WILL LEAVE VTMOF?£ OUT OF BALANCE THAN TUB SCALES ON* A, PUSH-CART' X'LLSWE VOU TWRE& TO OMB TH' MA30I?> "DOESM'T FIM14.U U16 OWN6ERVIM6- IK 6T0FF LOOKS A800T A6 APPETIZING AS A MOTORMAN'S SLOVei" T •ft: T 7% DU 'RB IN" FOR A , OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS

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