Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 6, 1963 · Page 15
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December 6, 1963

Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 15

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THE REGISTER-NEWS DAILY MAGAZINE PAGE ty CHIC YOUNO w ^™ I'M SORRY, HEREl BUT OURS IS < OUT OF ORDER, III ABNER ALL DOGPATCH GATHERS AT THE FINISH LINE, TO ENJOY THE TRAGEDIES OF SADIE HAWKINS DAY IXi By Al CAPP RED RYDER i DID/ HE TALKED IMTH' WRONG- PLACE, AH 1 SOT ME IM BAD TROUBLE t . I'DVE HAD HIS SCALP IF rtfVE CAUGHT HIM.' Bv FRED HARMON f PfuxessozeceGS, IS ITTfiUEHISSOLO CLAIM ISJ0O6OOD? OH, HE MIGHT PAH OUT A DOLLAtt A DAY. BUT NO MOREf HE'D CARM , MORE AS MY6MDE.' REQ YOU BETTER, SO FlWDTH'otfCOOT /I HAVEM'TW HEART T' STAYMAD.«*H6U 0E ALL BROKE UP OV6R, WNCWSABOUTHIS, CLAIM /r— XlL60 l>JTH MOCMltf/ | HE'LL BE HARDTTWW [HEWASKUHUIM'SCAUO/ VE*..IT!5 PAWMi PET. BUTWV WORK TONIGHT SHOULD PAV OFF! DID YOU GET OUR TICKETS OM ' VES...FORA WEEK FROM TODAV. IT WAS THE EARLIEST I COULD 6ET- WHV, WHAT'S WRONStALAN? A WEEK? BUT rw THRU AT MeKEE'5 TOMORROW! I CAN'T RI5K HANGING AROUND-XWEAN-ER... By TURNER BEN CASEY WAIT TWO MONTHS TO OPERATE? MR.CAMIEM, THAT COULDBEDANGEROUSl THE COMPLICATIONS HALF A MO', CASEV: IS THERE ANV DANGER WOW. THIS WEEk', NEXT WEEK? IV HAVfc TO ) SAY NO, By NEAl ADAMS THE OMLy BUSINESS I'M IW.MR.CAIAIEN, IS GIVING PEOPLE THE BEST MEDICAL ATTENTION I'M CAPABLE OF...AND " SOMETIMES THE STUBBORN AND THE FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By BIOSSER MR.TOTO.THIS JAPANESE" ^aff FOOD IS JUST GREAT/ AND SO /MEX- PENSIVE/ HOW CAN YOU DO ir 9 i SALES HELP*— SHORT RIBS ft m * BANS ' WRE UNDER ARREST 1 FOR DISTURBING THE PEACE/ •y FRANK O'NEAl <J*i> I WEFUSED \l TO ANSWER THE DOOR. NOW THE PEST IS AT MY WINDOW! OUR ANCESTORS GWACIOUS! THE SHADE IS BWOKEN- IT WON'T m You're hooking to tho left, Red Cloud! K*et> your •«• on tho arrow at aJJ tto*t*l'»^ TheyTl Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo MOTHER WAS ALWAYS TELLING VIRUS HOW ANXIOUS SHE WAS TO ENTERTAIN" HIS SET*— KWHATPOUT AGAIN? VIRUS ? WHY DONT YOU HAVE YOUR FRIENDS COME HERE?THATS WHAT A HOME IS FOR*« HAVE A PARTY**** INVITE ANYBODY So HE INVITED THEM—AND AN HOUR AND A HALF AFTER THEY GET THERE SHE'S TRYING TO THROW THEM OUT"** , GO IN AND BREAK IT UP.. . - YOU'D THINK THEYTJ ) KNOW ENOUGH TO \ GO HOME/MAKING A REGULAR ROAD- J , HOUSE OUT OF VOUR PLACE' PRISCILIA'S * As You Were * Glances Through the Filet of The Register and Tho News 65 YEARS AGO TODAY The following officers were elected by Jefferson Lodge No. 121 Knights of Pythia last night: B. G. Wells, vice chancellor; F. R. Heiserman, prelate; J. W. Maddox, master of work; W. E. May, keeper of records and seals; A. W. B. Johnson, master of the excheuer; W. S. Summers, master of financial; E. E. House, master of arms; Tom Pasley, inner guard; and John W. Miller, outer guard. 50 YEARS AGO TODAY Because of a strike of printers of both offices. The Register and the News, the two papers were issued jointly today. Al Davis of this city, was found dead about 8 o'clock last Sunday morning along side of the L.&N. tracks about a mile west of Ashley. 45 YEARS AGO TODAY President Wilson has received a great ovation in France, where he has gone to attend the peace conference. Louis G. Pavey, who entered the employ of the Federal Reserve Bank in Chicago last Bv Al VERMEER AUY OOP •r V. T. HAMM* MORTY MEFKIF •?33 jm HOW HIGH THE MOON... OOBES vooseef By DICK CAVIAltl SIDI GLANCES By CAIBRAITH CARNIVAL dy DICK TURNER "You'll have a fine time, dear! Just do what I dc when in doubt talk!*" • WO tt HI*. W. TM,fc» 0 J. M. ML "You'll like Jimmy, Oad. He works Sundays, so ho won't be around for dinner!" May has been px - omoted to head of the collection department. 40 YEARS AGO TODAY The Mt. Vernon basketball team won Its fourth straight game last night when It defeated Greenville. J. C. Stinson has sold the L. and N. restaurant to David Wilson who will run the restaurant. 35 YEARS AGO TODAY Rev. Hosea V. Smith and Beulah Winkler were married last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theo P. Stclle. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph A. Woerter were hosts to members of the Double Eight club at a dinner and card party given at their home last evening. SO YEARS AGO TODAY Dr. J. C. Black, Dr. J. J.Cor- lew, Jack Jarrell, Floyd Stables and son, Jimmy, will spend this evening in Salem attending the Mt. Vernon-Salem basketball game. Mrs. W. N. Wilkerson and daughter, Mary Louise, spent the day in St Louis. Drs. Robert R. Smith, J. R. Dixon, Clare Dixon, Marshall Hall, Andy Hall, Harry Thompson and E. Maurice Smith attended a medical meeting In Du Quoin last evening. 25 YEARS AGO TODAY The board of trustees of the Trl-County Electric Cooperative this week signed a loan contract with the RE A for $507,000 to build 445 miles of rural electrification lines in J e f f e rson, Washington and Marion counties. OUR BOAR0INO HOUSE 20 YEARS AGO TODAY Cpl. Robert K. Thompson arrived today to spend a ten- dayfurlough with his wife and little daughter, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Thompson, Cpl. Thompson Is stationed at Fort Dlx, N. J. Mrs. Pearl Wallace was Installed as Worthy Matron for the ensuing year at the meeting of the Mt Vernon Chapter, No. 233, Order of Eastern Star, last evening. V. K. Llebengood was installed Worthy Patron. Mrs. Joel F. Watson arrived this morning in San Francisco, California, for a visit in the home of Judge Albert Watson. 15 YEARS AGO TODAY Marion Lodge No. 13, L O.- O. F., which hasn't missed a weekly Tuesday meeting in 107 years, last night elected Kenneth Sandusky to the office of Noble Grand. Ho succeeds Al Westman and will take office January 4. Evelyn Bell was installed as Worthy Matron and Charles W. Pcckenpaugh was installed as Worthy Patron last evening by Mt. Vernon Chapter No. 233, Order of Eastern Star. WITH MAJOR HOOPU 10 YEARS AGO TODAY Marilyn Woltcr, Kay Holder, Rebecca Riley, Myrna Page, Rebecca I-Iorton. Johanna Johnston, Lynn Furnall, Judy HIte, Judy Hall, Sylvia Brehm, Alice Kessinger, Joyce Bullock, Elaine Bullock and Phyllis Smith, Senior Girl Scouts, have been capped as Hospital Aides at Good Samaritan hospital. Miss Mildred Warren wiH discuss "Customs, Traditions, and Folk Lore of Christmas'* when the Jefferson Counts* Historical Society meets next Tuesday at Casey Junior High School. Gilbert N. Wood. J. C. Liw Ingston, Bob Ward, Exalted Ruler Ray Tlbbs, Richard Kraft, Lacey Payne, Jack Garrison, W. F. Holt, and Harry Wolter participated in mem* orial services for members of Mt. Vernon Lodge No. 819^ B. P. O. E., which were conducted Sunday afternoon at the First Baptist church. 5 YEARS AGO TODAT Sheriff Bob Ruddick says a "blind spot" for Jailers has been eliminated by welding a sheet of steel over the top of the entrance door to the jail, clear to the ceiling. In the future, would-be jail breakers will have a tougher time. Kenneth A. Randall has been re-elected president of the Treasurers Association of Illinois. Icy conditions near Mt. Vernon resulted in one overturned car and a collision of two cars last night. No one was injured. Miss Marcia Green, a freshman, was crowned Homecoming Queen at Webber Township High School. I IT *6 GONNA 6EV OPIrf MAJOR 'S -StEW ^S^SSTJZ CATER, AND -WP p ^wSSt 3uoGesNA «v \e/ C ^l^SAf 16 ^?" HllAltfClTV'd / 1 HAMMER.' LTOPCOOK/ OUR ONLY HOPE 16' Mf&.HOOPLE/lF H|£ N183 6TART6T6LL- IN6 HER HOW 1b COOK, SHE'LL BE MADDER THAN A FLEA ON A CHINA "OO&f 'AIT 5EESTH6 KITCHEN^ our OUR WAY •y WIUIAMI

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