Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 4, 1963 · Page 15
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 15

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Wednesday, December 4, 1963
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THE REGISTER-NEWS DAILY MAGAZINE PAGE • 1 -m »t CHIC YOUNO i — "™ HOW CAN I BE LATE s WHEW1 DIDN'T EVEN MAKE AN * APPOINTMENT? >V TrW^ THAT MAKES IT WORSE/ NOW WE DON'T EVEN KNOW HOW LATE YOU ARE 111 ABNER A SA MAN DIES, HIS WHOLE LIFE PASSES BEFORE HIM.'.' TINV COMES- TO THE PART ABOUT OLE MAN MOSE'S PRE- ' DICTION/.' prh n " n ~ " I By AL CAPr OBVIOUSLY YOU ARE > STILL SUSPICIOUS.' HERE. MY CREDENTIALS.'* PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY, AMP ARCHEOLOGY, PROFESSOROF.* OKAY, I'M , COMVINJCED/ I COME TAKE A LOOK AT WHERE on-nil WE FOUND" SOLD/ I \&TTHESIT£ 1 OP ZED'S "GOLD sreiKE" I'LL DI& UP SOME DIRT? YOU'LL SEE-- AH iY£S, flUITE TYPICAL t A PREHISTORIC RIVER BED, WITH PERHAPS A FEW PLACER. POCKETS/ THE MOTHER, LODE COULD BE A HUNDRED MILES , WWAY, UNDER. A MILE OF ROCK* CAPIAIN tA5l By FRED HARMON YOU MEAN OUR SOLO STRIKE IS JUST A PLASH IN TH PAN ? onsiHG CMP, TIGHTLY PACKED 81ACK 5ftNP AS A WOLR.. ^IT6 TWO HALVES SEPARATED By "PARTING SAW" ALAN SKILLFULLY LIFTS OFF THE TOP HALF TO REMOVE HIS BOWLING BALL PATTERKUTS FIN6ER HOLES DOWFL / THEN I 'LL ' REPLACE THIS >T0P HALF, AND U'M READY TO CAST IT. By TURNER I < L 7 HEN 14 -60 TRO/OUNCES OF PLATINUMi MOLTEN AT 3 ,190* F, IS POURED IU A '(SATE ON TOP OFTHEWJLO 1 -v ?«-4 BEN CASEY ...INCLUDING Y YOU'RE X-RAYS...IT ADDS ) ABSOLUTELY UP TO A FRONTAL J CERTAIN, LOBE < ^ DOCTOR? MENINGIOMA. AT/PE OF TUMOR. By NEAl ADAMS ly BLOSSER 1 WAVE" ONE SUGGESTION], DAISY*. IHORI Kins 6y FRANK O'NEAl OUR ANCESTORS fry Quincy Theyll Do It Every Time B *"ee)ls*efee' B« fc\ PMMf Oflev By Jimmy Hatlo I LUGBOLT .OL. PAL 00 VOL) THINK YOU COULD MAKE A SUIT OF ARMOR OUT OP TIM FOR OUR CUB BENEFIT SHOW? NOTHING TOO ELABORATE-. MERES A SKETCH AYERBRUSH UP IN THE ART DEPARTMENT AMDE FDR ME. WOULD you AND youp WIFE LIKE TO GO JO THE SHOW? 'LUGBOLT AND WIFE WILL GO TO THE^ | SHOW IF THEY BUY TICKETS/ BUGWEELTS j ANOTHER BUGWEEDMCON LIGHT JOB-THIS FIRM DON'T KNOW IT, BUT THEY'RE IN SHOWl GOT MORE MOXIE THAN CLYDE BIZ.' LAST WEEK IT WAS Ayfea BEATTY CARDBOARD CAKE HE WANTED FOR HIS MOTHER- IN -LAW TO JUMP / HE HAD ME WELL*" UH-GOSH, BUGWEED-UH' WHEN DO YOU HAVE TO HAVE rr? ' OUT OF TYPE SIXTEEN , , DIFFERENT SKITS/' THEN HE WANTED r TO BORROW MY . FUR COAT FOR AN .ANIMAL ACT//> I DON'T THINK 1 HE EVEN WORKS HERE//HE JUST STOPS IN FOR ON- .THE-ARM FAVORS/ 11 -4 C B«t »Wtan SralleiU. lia. 10M. World iftliunirnS^ WONDERING WHERE THE PEST WITH ALL THE OUTSIDE INTERESTS GETS HIS GALL' ((• NEW VORK.N.y. v - fRISCIUA'S POP * As You Were * Glances Through the Files of The Register and The News 65 YEARS AGO TODAY The North Union Street Neighborhood Club gave a farewell surprise parly to Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Brewer at their home on Washington and North streets Saturday night in anticipation of their expected removal in a few days to Chicago heights. Chan Pasley of Company F, Fourth Regiment, and Will Bledsoe arrived this morning from Savananh, G .i. The former has an honorary discharge, while the latter Is on furlough. 50 YEARS AGO TODAY Albert Webb, employer! ;il the car works us a night, electrician, was badly injured yesterday evening when caught by a crane. Tlie first shipment, of finished product from the new cut glass factory was sent to St. Louis yesterday. 45 YEARS AGO TODAY The preachers seem to have a monopoly on the office of county treasurer. Four years ago, Rev. A. L. Smith, Democrat, a Baptist, was elected and J THERE! THAT TAKES) / CARE OF THE < ^ V TJNSURAMCE.' ALLY OC- By At VERMEER \i Obviously they're not satisfied with my work. 1 TOR PETE SAKE. ( I CANT SEEM WHAT5 WRONG TO GET THE WITH THE TIME A VOLTAGE UPf MACHINE? /—N*-. M WELL,IF\OU WT }^F~-< HURRY, WE'RE v /fv^ THERE GOING TO BE OUT ONE GOOD FlELSJMANi GOES THE WORKS/ NOW ABOUT ALL >—rMMlf SAY- I'M BESlNNIN 'TwELL, ITS I WE CAN PCS f HO.VK TSETAN IDEA/ i ABOUT J W* STAND HERE I CANT.. Why, ^ * r AND WATCH{ / THAT'S V" 1 ** SONE,TOO' li-H BOYS ARE UOUD, VULGAR^ BscmsncAL, AND VAIN; i<iAUAOI WHY COULONTVOO HAVE BEBN BOOM A GIRUZ -A By DICK CAVIAUI el IW0NDS2 HOWOLD VOL! HAVE TO 65 UUOS3STAHD WOMEN? SIDE GLANCES By GAIBRAITH |WINt€R v , M 0h, for goodness sake, Marcia! Stop worrying about your Den Mother image!" CARNIVAl By DICK TURNER "No, I didn't have to take them! I could have taken tit* traffic ticket from the officer buu«ii» uw "I KNOW one of you Is Mat a Harl! A bobby pin Just fell on the map 1 ." f X SALUTS . SOO,M0N4IEUR LE AAA3C-R MEVA1RE 'A\JB I TA6TED .SUCH SUPAlKB FOOD, AW, COAAE ONl, HOOPLE, BEAN», T .6LLC5 WHA6H IN 1V6 •DEL16H.' 9 \NO SO X FREED "THE ESKltAO P^OAATVAE BEAR TRAP,THEN ' CARRIEO HIAA 35 MILE'S ON 'MY 6ACK fO THE TRAD INS fDST, PAOStNS OMLVTO TIGHTEN fAY 6N0VM6H0ES/ AS A TOKEN OP UVS. < GRATITUDE, HE WHIMPERED , THE ESKIMO FORMULA FOK VITAMINS, USEP BV 6EMERATIONS OF-6EAU ^ HUN .TER5 TO SUSTAIN TUEl« STREN&TH 6ETNNEEN KILLS.' UrA-HAK -**» HE MADE i ^ENER TO SHARE, !(WETRI6AU, •ft fSECRET/ HAS ' P , 60NDBD eNEK6V» he has been succeedd by James IL Kell, Republican, who is a minister of the Christian church. Judge A. D. Webb, who attended l he session of Hie Grand Royal Arch chapter in Chicago this week was honored by promotion to the office of Grand Scribe. 40 YEAJtS AGO TODAY A new addition of the Oakwood cemetery has been laid out and the sale of lots opened. 'Hie new addition is to be operated on the perpetual care plan with a fund placed in trust for each Int. 3."> YEARS AGO TODAY Rev. Owen W. Pratt, IL K. Delzell, Dr. Letcher Irons, L. E. Mannen and Ben Rocder left this morning for Springfield where they will attend the convention for Presbyterian men. Representatives of the Special Parts Company of Fairfield have been invited to meet with the board of directors of the Mt Vernon Chamber of Commerce to consider the proposition of removing that concern from Fairfield to this city. 30 YEARS AGO TODAY Glen Dixon has returned to Champaign where he Is a student at the University of Illinois after a visit with relatives here. 25 YKARS AGO TODAY Miss Jeanettn Faulkner and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hart are spending today in St. Louis. 20 YEARS AGO TODAY Bill Thompson, Mt. Vernon tackle, was awarded honorable mention by the All-State Football Board. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Casey of Highland, Ind., Mrs. Clarence, Sr., Mrs. R. B. Stahlberg and little daughter, Merle Ann, were viistors in Belle Rive Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Richardson and infant son, Kenneth Ray. 15 YEARS AGO TODAY On the strength of a 21-point final quarter, the Mt. Vernon Ram cagers shaded the Benton Rangers 52 to 38 last night for tho fourth consecutive win of the season and an initial win in conference competition. Jimmy Payne, a star guard for the Mt Vernon high school basketball team last season, has enlisted in the U. S. Air Force and is taking his basic training at Shepard Field, Texas. 10 YEARS AGO TODAY Edward E. Curtis, president of the Security Bank, has resigned his position effectht.- January 1, 1954, to accept the presidency of a new bank. The Peoples Bank of Pana, 111. Mrs. W. M. Scott and Mrs. Luty Hawkins will entertain members of the Past Matrons Club of the Order of Eastern Star next Monday evening in the Scott Home, No. 9 Northbrook Drive. Doyet Thompson has returned to Norfolk, Va., where he is serving aboard the USS Rockwall, following a visit with Ms parents. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Thompson of the Fairfield Road. Headquarters for the Buffalo Trace Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, will be moved from Olney to Mt. Vernon, according to Walton P. Gillespie. Black Gold district chairman. 5 YEARS AGO TOD AT Mayor Virgil T. Bailey today signed checks totaling $22,000 —last payment on the city's 19*7 anticipation warrants which totaled $65,000. Forty-eight babies were born In Mt. Vernon and Jefferson county during November, according to vital statistics compiled by City Clerk Allan Dulaney. Of these, 25 were boys. President Ogie. Ellis presided at the weekly meeting of the Mt. Vernon Lions Club. Roger Knox of the Ashley Road is a member of the 51- voice choir at McKendree College, Lebanon. 111. A total of 155 students from Jefferson county are enrolled at SIU. First man In U.S. history to become president by vice presidential succession was John Tyler, 10th president. The planet Venus has been found to give off a continuous radio signal. By WIUIAMS 1 WASN'T 5LEEPY SO 1 SNUCX DOWN r *GIKJ--GOSH,THAT OWE SUV'S HAP THE OTHER DOWN A LOM3 TIME "I'D HATE TO HAVE THAT HOLT ON ME/ WELL, IF YOU AIM'T SLEEPY THERE'S SOMETHIN' ELSE WROMG WITH YOU/ THAT STATION) HAS BEEN SIGNED OFF > MINUTES THE WORRY VWAPTT

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