Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 7, 1963 · Page 7
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December 7, 1963

Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 7

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THE REGISTER-NEWS DAILY MAGAZINE PAGE BLONtm BW CHIC yoUNO W DAGWOOD--"!] WHAT IS YOUR JOPINIONOFOUR BID ON THE y , MOTLEY \ <CONTRACT?) Ill ABNER •y Al CAM IT WOULDN'T BE LEGAL TO MARRY A WITCH, HOOrAIN STYLES AH -SHuO&n!- GOTTA PUFFAVM A INHOONMN WEDDIN '.V RED RYDER \MSxrMOZNING-*: By FRED HARMON YOU'VE HAD A SAMPLE OF OU£ HOSPITALITY, J PROFESSOR...IF Y 2 U NEED A HEADQUARTERS FO?. YOUR EXPL 0 R.IN*, YOU CAW BOARD HERE/ J REPS GONNA PIWDTH'OL'-TIMER/ YOU CAM ,> IIM AS GUIDE.' Tmuepm CATK,AS RIP PREPARES TO CAMP^ C'MOMOlST.oyriMEfcf 1 HEAfcYOU SMEAKIN' ABOUND) IN TH> BRUSH.' I FIGURED YOU'D BE HOLED UP , ' AROUND HERE/ 1 TOED T TELL YOU WHEW RUtf OFF ^'I CAUeHTTrfv HOLD-UP MAW AtVSOT TH' « GOLD BACK? TH DUCHESS i fOZGMETDUt PUT HERE'S TH' MP MEWS •** OUR COLD STRIKE IS NO6O0D' WHO SAID SO?! CAPTAIN EASY ly TURNER IT MUST LOOK LIKE A CLEVER r - OUTRIDE JOB WHEW THEY LEARN NEXT WEEK THAT THE PLATIUUM CRATE NOW CONTAINS LEAD S >y SATURDAy NOOU CLOONEVSJ CO -WORKER* ARE GOME FOR THE WEEKENP. AMD HE PLANT* CLUEJ THAT POINT TO A BREAK-IN.. SURE...VOU CAM CATCH/ FINE. I 'LL RUN UP AL CLOONEV IF VOU / AND WISH HIAA LUCK HURRy,MK.M€KEE'. J AL *0 INQUIRE ABOUT THE EXPERIMENT HE HOPED TO FIN5HI 1EN CASEY BESIDES HER. TWO BRITISH PEERS, A FRENCH AUTO MAGNATE AND HIS WIFE, AND AN ITALIAN COUNT- DVOUi KNOW HOW MANY FUTURE CLIENTS THEY CAN SEND M By NEAl ADAMS mCKlES AND HIS FRIENDS By MOSSES MAKE THEM— SHORT RIBS 0& Bv WANK CNEA1 ^ MBl *j |NfllJ UGS BUNNY [They'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo WHEN UJSHWELLWAS ENTERTAINMENT CHAIRMAN NOME OF THE WOW ACTS HE PROMISED EVER SHOWED UP«« BuT WHEN LONGHAIR IS GIVEN THE JOB OF PROVIDING TALENT HIS ACTS NEVER FAIL TO APPEAR* * As You Were * Glances Through the Filet of The Register and The New* <T> King rtttom Brndiott. Inc., IftM. Won 't rtyht rftiscuiA 's ro» 65 YEARS AGO TODAY The carcass of a 250 pound bear, consigned to Adam Culli arrived, this morning from Shaws, Miss., where Messers. Henry Hobbs, W. C. Sumner and Adam CulH have been hunting the past three weeks. The Prudential Insurance Company is preparing to open a branch office In this city. 50 YEARS AGO TODAY W. L. Owen has purchased the King City Monument Company which was owned by C. H. Davis and was conducted at 808 Harrison street. Adbode Nore, an Italian cook at the foreign boarding house in this city, has been arrested on a charge of bootlegging. 45 YEARS AGO TODAY Joseph W. Rosselot died yesterday afternoon following an atack of influenza. News was received here today of the death of LeRoy Whltlock at military camp at Montgomery, Ala, of pneumonia. 40 YEARS AGO TODAY Capt. John A. Wall, the Nestor of Jefferson county, news- " C »MSER THE TROUBLE WITV4 YOU, BOTTS, IS YOU , DON'T TRY TO PLEASE 1 YOUR WIFE! HOW DID I KNOW VOLT WERE LlSTENIN<S?j MIIH AH! THERES MY OL* PINNY? t WASNT ALTOGETHER SURE HE'D SHOW UP. ' DIDNT BUT THEN I WAS WEARIN 1 A. KIND OP j DISGUISE SORTA. ..WHICH MAY BE A GOOD THINS, 6EEIN'S HOW I GOTTA GO INTO KINS TUNKfc COUNTRY TO TAKE YOU HOME! "22. ^4r ?^rV -J^ I All! DONT TOUCH rr.' fT45 PROBABLY CRAWLING WITH GE&kGl U lu dwpo&s OF rr... mcty FO? sou r WA£> HERB. OKU 0WJLX 1 THINK. T/VE JLVST HAD. e IM) Vr M*. TJ*. hi. Bl M on. 'I ASKEDTH'LI'L] CLUCK V FIX I • BUT HE DIDN'TJ OUR ANCESTORS SIDE GLANCES By GAIBRAITH • IMl b, H(A. k A-7 TM.ltt.IU. r«. Oft. 'Edward, let'* go somewhere and get away from ore-Christmas!" CARNIVAL dv DICK TURNER /2-7 tWtlHO.te.TMU .Cj .K.01, "I can't wait for you to retire and have time to replace that defective light bulb in the basement!** papermen died Sunday afternoon at his home at 2117 Cherry street. Announcement Is made of the appointment of T. A. Brooks, a former Mt Vernon man to the position of general manager of the L. and N. railroad system. 35 YEARS AGO TODAY Rev. Owen Pratt went to Nashville yesterday afternoon where he conducted religious services at the Presbyterian church in that city. Jack Neihaus who has been employed in St Louis the past several months has returned home. 80 YEARS AGO TODAY Commander R. M. Ramseger announces the opening of the community kitchen sponsored by Wm, Merrltt Moss Post- Veterans of Foreign Wars and informs the public that the first meals will be served Monday at non at Howitzer Company opening and believe a most worthy civic achievement has been the result 25 YEARS AGO TODAY L. G. Sever announced today that final approval of the Mt, Vernon Car Mfg. Co., contract to build 1,000 cars for the Southern Railwav was received this morning. Dana Pickett, chief of ML Vernon fire daprtment, today tendered his resignation to Mayor C. C. Satterfield. 20 YEARS AGO TODAY An outbreak of influenza and "common colds" cut. attendance at Mt. Vernon schols this week. Today 260 students were absent from the grade and junior high schools. Charley Moore, 18-year-old star athlete of Mt. Vernon township high school, was granted a three-month stay ot induction at an induction center yesterday. Physicians found that he had a slight fracture of a small bone in his ankle. Col. Joel F. Watson Is visiting in the home of his father. Judge Albert Watson for a few days. Colonel Watson Is Judge Advocate of the 4th Army of (he Western Defense Command. 15 YEARS AGO TODAY Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Eple* aro aimouncinp the marriage of their daughter, Margaret Ruth, to Thomas H- Holt, which took place in Nashville, Tenn., on July 3. Mr. Holt Is with the Tennessee Valley Authority at Jackson, Tenn., where they will reside. Lawrence Collins, local Illinois Bell manager, and Jot Johnson of Alton, demonstrated an automobile equipment with mobile telephone service to mayor Harry Bishop, Vern Alley of Franks Mis. Co. News Editor Orian MntcaJf, and City Editor Guy Henry of The Register-News yesterday. 10 YEARS AGO TODAY Charles Waite was last night elected president of the Mt Vernon State Fair Association. Other officers elected are Roy Estes, vice-president, and William Edminson, treasurer. These three will also serve as directors with Stanley McCowen, Jimmie Moore, Mrs. Roy Maxwell, Mrs. Grace McLaughlin, Burrell Patterson, Clarence Brehm, Fred Gregory, Clyde Lee and Carl Starr. Carry! Pierce Is secretary. Sgt. Leslie J. Brown el Keenes, Cpl. Donald D. Robson of Fairfield and Sgt I. D. Bc- zarth of Waltonville arrived at Seatle, Wash., Saturday from service in the Far East States Attorney Demetrl Hassakis is attending the annual conference of the Illinois States Attorney's Association in Chicago. Coach Harold Hutchins* tall sharpshooting Rams rolled to their fourth consecutive basketball victory here Saturday night, dumping Walt Kirk 's Salem Wildcats, 82 to 58. 5 YEARS AGO TODAY The First National Bank of Mt. Vernon will observe its 25th anniversary on Dec. 13. Clinton Dethrow is the new president of the Mt Vernon fire department local. Jim Gibson was named vice president and Captain Andy Marlow was reelected secretary-treasurer. The Mt Vernon Elks Lodge Sunday afternoon for J. Earl Davidson, Carl A. Rlchey, Arthur Evans, C. Leland Wells, Krlstoff, L L. Phemister, E. E. U. G. White. Jr.. Burton O. Fearsheiley, Dr. L. J. Eschel- bacher, and Herman Collins, members who died during 195758. OUR BOARDINO HOUSI WITH MAJOR HOOPII *1 wonder if something like pay radio would Impreva tfca quality el the pfOgramtJT ' ESAO, MOW "OAM X'VE OE/v\OI>J6TRATEC> A\Y6KlLV. IN WE FlME ART OF COOK (N6 .1 CAM CONCENTRATE ONCE MORE ON MY INMENTIOMS/X HOPE, AAV k PEAR-^tfAFF-KAFF -tw s THAT\'ttBB [ Permitteo L *UFFIC«Er4T LEISURE FOR AAV LET ME TRY A DIFFERENT ROLL IM THE PLASER PIArtO.' X 6PILLED 50IAE\ OF THAT SO-CALLED SAUCE OF YOURS I AMD IT PEELED THE VARNISH OFF MY TASLE.' WHAT DO YOL) THINK IT< "DID TO THE 3UD5ES -~~AS IF YOU OlDN»T KNOW ? YOU CAN SET OP j OUT OF THAT COMFORTABLE CHAIR/ NOW AND START WASWN6 THE: POTS AMD PANS; MOO LEFT Irt THE KITCHEN! RESEARCH.' [ tSQtUo"—. {=?/ 6H0LMJDH<>W& M K &PT fiOI&T* * •••HI OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS TWO POUNDS OF PRUMES _.OH, HERE THEY ARE—RIGHT HERE, TH' PRUNES.' WELL, MY AAA SAIPSHEDIPWT WANT ANYTHING THAT'S BY THE STOVE—SHE SAID SHE LIKES TO DO HER OWN COOKJN'/, BOW0 FIFTY YEA» TOO $OOU

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