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THE REGISTER-NEWS DAILY MAGAZINE llONDU | y CHIC YOUNO _.. — l|II I (DON'T WAIT UP FOR Hlllb USjCHILDREN--< I WE MAY BE LATE ZHltiP WE'RE *m GOINGOUT =j| |V DANCING III ABNER •y Al CAW AM IS GONNA CONCLUDE TH' *|NHOOMlN WEDDIN'"B V / PUTTlN' MAHSELF THROUGH TH' MOST INHOOMIN AGONV EVER DEVISED " BV MAN OR BEAST .7 NAMEW, HOLD MAH BREATH UNTIL AH GITS A LONG-DISTANCE NUMBER, USIN'TM'NEW DIRECT DIALING SVSTENV ff STOP,6AM/.'-NO MAN KIN HOLD HIS BREATH THAT LONG/' ITS A ^ , DEATH L V 'SENTENCE! IX-10 9>4 RED RYDER flv rPPD HARMON Z'HOH OUT FROM KHItfO REP, X>TIMER. I WOU'T BITE YOU f Meet PROFESSOR &o&&sf s-* SOIOU-ReTH' ARMCHAIR EXPERT THAT tCMOWS ALL ABOUT f -y ^gQLP MINES, HUH? j rfSOSWOUSYWRi I6N0RANT ABOUT THEM, IP \OU PLACE AMY VALUE, OH THAT SO-CALLED STRIKE YOU MADE/ SOUNDS LIKE WSTART Of A GREAT FRIENDSHIP/ CAPTAIN EASY •y TURNER HWA...MICE OF-Y OHiTODm WAIT FOR ME Itf YOU TO DROP THE CAR. 1 WON'T BE LOMG i IN TO SEE W& ' nec.u^cc- /••- ....At f RI6HT01 M0TQUITEiMtKE6..,81)r \PERHAP5 AW SUCCESSOR IcAM CARRY" ON. rgOW MV NOTE*. IEN CASEY (SlOONEY CAN HEAR HI5 HEART POtMDltf 6 A* TOOiWITH RULQINQ WU$CLC5 ACHlUG UHDERT" -205-POUND BAlLi WALKS AS ty NEAL ADAMS HO! wHAT HAPPENS/ FOR INSTANCE, • IF YOUR BRITISH PEER, OR ANDREA GAULT, FIRES AT A CHARGING WATER A BUFFALO ANP MISSES? I —'Sa , y -rum rr'e 1 THEN IT'S 3 TO JOLLY WELL FINISH NECKIES ANO •y BIOSJER CVAON.IlLPUT IT BACK IN' SHORT RIBS By WANK O'NEAl BUGS BUNNY Of COUfKE JHW^AIJOT 1 1b LEARN ABOUT WOMEN. OUR ANCESTORS o o ty Quincy :"Som« flag, eh, Cap 'n Blackbeard? 1 got the Idea from lb:' ' Misect powder!" PAGE By Jimmy Hatlo wuoWjljggMJ'. HA-H'A/.' LAUGHING , BOVS BEEN 70 THE TRICK STORE • AGAIN/ HE CANT PAV HIS PHONE ' . BILL-BUT HE f SPENDS SIX BUCKS FOR A SQUIRTING , TELEPHONE / ( WELL.AT LEAST HE'S GRADUATED FROM EXPLODING CIGARS—THIS IS CLEANER; HE'D RATHER 8E THE GUV WHO INVENTED THAT THAN ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL , IS THIS KINDERGARTEN? WHERE DID HE GET THAT THING? I'D LIKE TO HAVE SOME FUN WITH IT AT THE CLUB- a i*-'° FINDING OUT WHATS NEW IN THE PRACTICAL- JOKE LINE FROM THE OFFICE « CUT-UP'— Gale Wbo& WDOQ, £ IJO -fRawpsoN ST H NEW YORK l2 ^.YV rRISCIUAV pc# * As You Were * Glances Through the Files of The Register and The News 65 YEARS AGO TODAY The pic social given by Prof. R. L. I^accy and pupils at Summersville Friday was a grand success. Pastor Clay Yates was taken seriously ill at the close of his discourse at the Opera House tonight. 60 YEARS AGO TODAY According to information from President L. G. Pavey of Mt. Vernon Traction and Power Co., the steel for the street car line is expected this week. Twenty-four pupils are entered in the county spelling contest which will be held at the court house on December 20. 85 YKARS AGO TODAY Harvey Quinn, a well known resident of Bllssville township died at his home there this morning. The committee in charge of ccuring the site for the location of the J. P. Devlne plant this city announced today that all land needed has been secured at Shawnee and Pet- kins. 45 YEARS AGO TODAY One hundred percent of mem bership in the Red Cross will be the goal of the campion managers In Jefferson county during the nine day drive. William W. Holland was ap- inted keeper of the Poor arm by the County Board at its session yesterday. poll Fai 40 YEARS AGO TODAY The concert given by the Karko band at the Plaza today was attened by a large crowd Bv Al VERMEER m® JUST CANT • IMPROVE ON PERFECTION. !! _M3U*RE NOT WORRIED, ABOUT ME GETTING / WELL, yOU BACK TO LEM, I YES™ A UTTLE. r SUPPOSE NOT.,.BUT 00 HAVE TO BE IN SUCH A HURRY ID SET RIP OF MORI' DICK CAVIAUI WE^E TAKING CHIPS TO THE VETfe FDR HI6 SHOTi SIDE Gl/>"C:s By QAIR'AITH If Ml If Ml ht TJH k» U M, «L tz-ro "How much money do you think should have before a person to marry him?" a person's asks a girl father • MM W HI*. IK.TJ4. h« tU. ral. CM CARNIVAl By DICK TURNER "Why can't he go out and heist hub caps Ilk* other kids his age?" 30 YEARS AGO TODAY Announcement was made tiv day the Kirst National Bank would open for business on Wednesday morning, Dec 12. The jury empaneled by coroner J. D. Dotlds in the death of Rosier Green of Bluford. who was killed Friday night, met at two o'clock Saturday afternoon in the County Court house and after hearing the testimony of the seven-year-old grandson of Willey Green. Mr. Green and others returned a verdict that Rosier Green came to his death by gunshot wounds Inflicted by someone unknown to the jury. 5 YEARS AGO TODAY Mrs. Neva Collins, Mrs. Mildred Wilkerson, Mrs. Sam McCoy, Miss Rena Witters, Florence H a n n a, Mrs. Eunice Legge, Mrs. John Estes, Sadie Witter, Lucille Powers, Marie Damrel, May Monbower and Mrs. Michael Turner spent yesterday in Carmi, wheer they visited the orphanage. Mrs. Owen Herbert and sons. Buddy and Bobby, are spending today in St. Louis, where Buddy plays each Saturday ov« er station KSD. 20 YEARS AGO TODAY Three men who will soon RO into the armed services were guests of honor last night at a county-wide Democratic rally at Jiggs' and Maggie's place. They were Pvt. Clyde Lee, Maxey Halloway and Pvt. Guy Henry. 15 YEARS AGO TODAT Coach Stan Changnon 's undefeated Rams found the narrow confines of the Marion gym to their liking last night as they racked up their highest point total of the season to powder the highly regarded Wildcats, 75 to 47. Pvt. Donald Wicks, 23, of Mt. Vernon, was injured at about 6:30 p.m. yesterday when he was struck by a motorcycle in St. Louis, Mo. Wicks is stationed at Hot Springs, Ark., and was apparently enroute to ML Vernon to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Wicks of 1612 Broadway. 10 YEARS AGO TODAY Howard Phillips was elected 1954 commander of Turner Roehm Post No. 4, Amvets last night Other officers elected are: James Kelley, senior vice commander; Virgil Pigg. junior vice commander: Charles Sword, judge advocate; and Luther Becherer. finance officer. Oscar Stockton has been elected High Priest of Andrew Chapter No. 160. Royal Arch Masons. Other officers are L. C Myers, king; George H. Ogle. tree, scribe; Harold C. Hathaway, treasurer; Cecil N. Lovin, secretary; T. Glenn Dollens. chaplain; William T. Roy, captain of the host; Russell L. McLain. principal sojourner; Howard I. Summers, Royal Arch captain; OgUe EL Ellis, master of the third veil. Malcolm Hirons, master of the second veil; Byron Lee Vance, master of the first veil; Herman Hertenstein, sentinel; and Thomas E. Bartholomew, steward. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Edmison of 1708 Logan street will celebrate their Golden Wedding anniversary next Sunday, December 13, with open house. They have one daughter, Mrs. Glee Wood and two sons, Arthur and Krekel, all of this city. They also have six grandchildren. Six new directors have been elected to the Board of Green Hills Country Club. They are Jay B. Stringer, William Gamber, Kenneth Stewart, Stewart Chambers, R. W. Munger end Bob Ed Moss. OUR BOARDING HOUSE WITH MAJOR HOOPU AND NOW^rmUAIfeMOLO, VJWCHtft FROIAtUE ICELANDIC FORMOPYVKEST- UNG,1 COULD THROW VOU OMER MM HEAD AMD HURL H.QO A DISTANCE OP\f Feer—- FANCY THAT/ OP COURSE T WOttfT ATTEMPT IT WITH SOO-fc'TUSTUKOVJ WOULD 3AR SCO ALL UP AND BREAK M sow* eoNts/ 60 AH£AO,TRV\ IT/ 1UKE ID WAFT] THROtH&AU?.' THROW M&OSieK SOUR HEAP' WHV.VOO COULU^T 6ET AAV FEET OFF-, TH' FLOOR * WWASACV^ 'TAKE \T EAS-M AAA30R/ pottfT FORGET 1UAT WEAK' WRIST VOU DISLOCATED -SCRATCHING .SOUR SACK/' 3 GOV 1 •DOESN 'T KNOW HI60WN 6T (?eN6TK; 0 OUT OUR WAY 5 YEARS AGO TODAY A break In a water main before daylight today at Shawnee and Brief streets transformed three blocks of streets into an icy lake. Mt. Vernon maintained Ha retail sales lead In southern Illinois with sales tax receipts totaling $10,845.13 for the month. Centralia, again second, totaled $9,820.70. Mr. and Mrs. James Coo kof near Orchardvllle will be married fifty years on Dec. 28. sTwiUIAMs"