Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 3, 1963 · Page 13
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December 3, 1963

Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 13

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THE REGISTER-NEWS DAILY MAGAZINE PAGE BIONDII >- CHIC YOUNO V 'DID YOU BRING ME THOSE THINGS FROM THE < DRUGSTORE? ) LIPSTICK, EYE SHADOW, ' COLD CREAM, ROUGE, POWDER AND HAIR SPRAY I WONDER WHAT WOMEN LOOKED LIKE BEFORE \> WE HAD DRUGSTORES Il'l ABNE* •y Al CAW THET-^"'-QUICKSAND WILL SWALLOW WltA IN'EOJT 10 MIUOTES .7 WISH'TAH COULD STAV TO SEE TH'FINISH-BUT AH GOTTA GIT CRACKIN'AFTER A LIVE WySBIN .r RED RYDFP evertiFiweKEjMeiie cm K NO BI&SOLD STRIKE IN, THIS AREAxTHE GEOLOG-Y , IS weOM&,' SO SET YOUR MIMP AT REST? IP YOU HAVE FOUMP A FEW WJS&ETS, GEORGC B0G65 IS HOT INTEKSTED/ By FRED HARMON OH,t AlOT WORRIED.' J [JUST WARNI» YOU /MY CLAMS REGISTERED, AH'I KMOW HOW T HANDLE, CLAIM JUMPERS? 1 WHAT \ THAT McKEt CANT FORCE DOES THAT/ WY RETURMI BY LAW .JW CASE ,MEAN? 7 HE WANT& ME TO -ER-CCrtCH MY INCOMPETENT REPLACEWEMrl MOW.»FLy TO BOSTON TOMORROW K.MAKE - RESERVATIONS OW THE FIRST SHIPt UNDER ANOTHER NAME! WE'LL GOINC06NIT0L BEN CASEY By NEAL ADAMS f"' *"» HIS FRIPNOS By BIOSSER LET'S? SEE?—AT ; AM HOUR- AM AVEPASB OF 3 HOURS A WEEK— FOU. NAE Tb SET lipoa {MTHe: ILL WAVETTO BE TOUR, SITTEP, uKni-Tou *RE? 4 Hv FRANK Q'N*Al BUOS BUNNY STANtT^ BACK! I'LL PUT IT OUT/ ELMER" OUR ANCESTORS "You and your 'yo-ho-ho and a bottle of rum' ran u* right into that reef!" Theyll Do It Every Time lulu IHhM — By Jimmy Hado * As You Were * Glance* Through the Files of The Register and The News LISTENING TO THE JUDGE'S DECISIONS ON THE OTHER TRAFFIC CASES* FESCUE THOUGHT HE'D BE LET OFF SO LIGHTLY*- THEN HIS CASE IS CALLED «s AND AM.' HOW JUDGIE HAS CHANGED// 65 YEARS AGO TODAY Dr. I. G. Gee has purchased a half Interest in the Palace Pharmacy and the business will hereafter be conducted under the firm name of Buckham and Gee. A letter from Editor W. T. Sumner to his wife announces that the hunting party of which he is a member has killed a bear in the canebrakes along the Yazoo River Jn Mississippi. 60 YEARS AGO TODAY For the last two mornings the fog wag thick enough to cut with a knife and during the day a person might walk around the streets without being chilly. All this in December. Leslie Brown of this city who is a student ;it Danville, Ky., has been selected for the position of right tackle on the honorary All - Kentucky football team. 45 YEARS AGO TODAY A deed conveying the Loren Wood Coal land in Bald Hill and Elk Prairie township to the Inland Steel Company has been filed for record. It carried $1,114 revenue stamps. Jefferson county has again demonstrated its loyalty and patriotism by over-subscribing the United War Work quota. 40 YEARS AGO TODAY Coal was struck in the larger of two shafts of the big twin mine at Nason about 7:30 o'clock last night. Guy Snodsmith. who returned late yesterday from a motor trip to Champaign counted 27 auto-, mobiles in the ditch on the icy road from Woodlawn to Mt. Vernon as he skidded into the city. 35 YEARS AGO TODAY Mrs. H. B. Coats of Woodlawn celebrated her 83rd birthday with a birthday dinner for members of the immediate family. Dr. Cameron Harmon, district Governor of the Rotary dub, made his official visit to this city today. Bv At VERMEER HURRY, BOY! THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO DO A GOOD DEED. 1 "UK 30 YEARS AGO TODAY Mr. and Mrs. Walter Neal of south 19th street entertained yesterday in honor of their son, James, who celebrated his birth- ^rs. Harriet B. Coats, one of the oldest residents of Woodlawn celebrated her 88th birthday. 25 YEARS AGO TODAY Byford Barr, Allen Dulaney and James McDermott. veterans of the ML Vernon high school football team wore gievn honor* able mention as the All-State high school coaches board selected the Illinois Eleven this morning. Mrs. D. G. Melton announced the marriage of her daughter. Miss Ruth Blackridge to Fred O. Harlow, son of Mr. and Mr*. E. O. Harlow of this city. 20 YEARS AGO TODAY Jeffersn county had its first big draft call today—38 men— for pre-Pearl Harbor fathers. Miss Naomi Bogan was elect* ed president of the Past Noble Grand Club at its meeting last evening in the basement of the I.O.O.F. hall. Mrs. Zella Tat- bott was elected vice president! Mrs. Augusta Gaddy, secretary, and Miss Helen Owens, treasurer. Joe Frank Allen will deliver the memorial address Sunday when the ML Vernon Elks club will honor deceased members. MORTY MEEKIE By DICK CAVIAIU r wi6H TO TSNcee MY APPLICATION FOE TH£? POSITION o= vice- Pf2B5lD&iT WITH SC02 FINg CO£FD2ATICN. I WONT LETTHK3 DI6C0UEA0S MB. 6CM£ DAY ILL. FIND A ?IW5... • IMl k» MIA, K T.M. US. to. Off. OOi WH82S THe/ DON'T JUP3S A BOOK BY ITS GCM3Z. tIDI GLANCES By GALBRAITH u \ KNOW, dear—but a cigar store Indian would out-whimsy everybody in Chelsea Hills!" CARNIVAl By DtCK TURNER "She's at that awkward age ... old enough to bo interested in boys and too young to be interested in doing their homeworkl" 15 YEARS AGO TODAY With the 1.450 reservations already received, it appeared certain today that a record crowd will attend the ?7th annual meeting of the Jefferson County Farm Bureau at the Mt. Vernon high school auditorium tomorrow. Bids for building two new Mt. Vernon grade schools—Field and Franklin — will be opened in February and at the same time plans for expansion and improvement of all the other gr<-v'e school buildings in the city will be submitted to the public. 10 YEARS AGO TODAY Mrs. Cella Catherine Allen of Dahleren died at 4:30 p. m. Wednesday at the home of her son, Elmer Allen in Wayne county near Keenes. She was 87 years old and had 109 descendants. Francis Ford and Herbert Dare, Jr., of Jefferson county, are among 26 Illinois 4-H club members attending the 32nd National 4-H Congress in Chicago. Pvt. Robert W. Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Lee of this city has been chosen "Outstanding Trainee of the Day" for the 3rd Armored Division at Fort Knox, Ky. Pvt. Lee was a member of the Mt. Vemon state basketball championship team in 1950. S YEARS AGO TODAY Mt Vernon's road grader was used last night to scrape enow and ice from the curbs throughout the Mt. Vernon downtown area— a job undertaken on the suggestion of Councilman Al Ansorge. A clearing house for distribution of Christmas baskets to needy families in the ML Vernon area this year is being set up at the Chamber of Commerce. J. L. Buford Is the new president of the Jefferson County Historical Society, succeeding Charles E. Simmons. George N. Webb Is vice president, Elizabeth Kell is secretary and Mr, Simmons is now an executive board member. In 1920, France buried an unknown soldier beneath the Are de Triomphe in Paris. A pen petual flame was lighted over the tomb. OUR BOARDING HOUSI WITH MAJOR HOOPLE AH MONSIEUR LE) MA30R.' 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