Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 13, 1963 · Page 15
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 15

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Friday, December 13, 1963
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THE •10NDIE I'M ALONE, 'HERB-CAN L YOU COME OVER FORA LITTLEGAME; ? 7& r.irV..^.., REGISTER-NEWS DAILY MAGAZINE PAGE CHIC YOUNO 7\ 1 ll'l ABNER Al CAW WE IS OFF ON OUR -cAcKte.'?-.) SN<W.?-HONEYMOON J' — AH BIKJ WAITIN'FO THIS-PO' Xt\ V'ARS// RIGHT/1'' ^ THASSHOW JAMBS WAS TH' } SWEETEST WL WAR- OLE BACHELOR\ y EVER' SAW— ] WHATEVER HAPPENED] TO BABY JAMES, , REVEALED TOMORROV/ J RED RYDER YOU SAY THE FOUND IS UNSPOILED?, Of COURSE IT'S SPOILED .'OR IT WOULDU'T BE A RUIN.' ROOF, GOME, WALLS CAVED IN «* BUT ) THERE'S POTTERY AM' CORN &0OPERS, AN'A DKIEO-UP I ywgAPPeP IV) oU RASS/ SURE, A SKILLET TWO BLANKETS A»'A TARP/ WHAT MORE WOULD ( "ELLEB WEED? CAPTAIN EASY • )»> kr "I*. i~. T.M. |,g. us. f»f. (MM SEN CASEY By NEAl ADAMS DR. CASEY, WHAT'S WITH PEREK CAttlEN? HE INSISTS HE'S OKAY, . BUT HE'S STAYING , g|CJ 'I HELLO, MISS 6AULT. HE IS? WEUL, T DOCTOR-PATIENT M THAT'S...SORT < RELATIONSHIPS, I OF NEWS TO ME, \ SUPPOSE. BUT 1 BUT I CANT TELL VDU MUCH ABOUT/COOP MVSTER/, PRECKIES AND HIS FRIENDS •y BLOSSER "3 • : '[TWAT OLD D BURLAP PEELS &ETTER .T5 HIS . CLAWS,! 6UESS/ SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAl I'LL. HAVE TO (CDNF£5SONeiHW3,SHERIFF. VOU' UN£ AM INFECTIOUS PERSONALITY DOC, DO SOMETHING.' rWEAH INfECtlOH' BUGS BUNNY ooDn JOBSlL OUR ANCESTORS byQuincy GWEETINGS,BU<3Si I CALLED YOU TO WEPLACE SOME NOTTEN BOARDS IN MY PORCH I M l think this Is where the new freeway endeP* Theyll Do It Every Time •.(.MM Ma By Jimmy Hatlo NICE SHOW PROFESSOR- Ito CONVINCED. X NEVER BELIEVED IN HYPNOTISM BEFORE' MEV LUSHWELL- ON THE LEVEL YOU WERE PART OF THE ACT. WEREN'T YOU? NO klDDlN'NOW- VOU WEREN'T REALLY UNDER, WERE VOU? 1 STILL DON'T BELIEVE IT—THAT TWO-BIT HYPNOTIST NEVER GOT OUT OF THE THIRD GRADE-' HE'S AN OLD BAR BUDDY - OF LUSHWELL'S mis) rrj—' Ml SHELP ME,OTlS- I NEVER SAW THE GUY BEFORE-FIRST THING 2 KNOW 1 WAS ASLEEP -I WOULDN'T HORSE AROUND ABOUT j A THING LIKE THAT- LUSHWELL NEVER SAW HIM BEFORE,^ FOCfT.'/tr WAS LUSHIS .TURN TO DIG UP THE GUEST ' SPEAKER. ^ ^WHAT 1 WANT TO KNOW IS HOW I LET MYSELF BE HYPNOTIZED INTO COMING TO , THESE MEETINGS IN THE FIRST PLACE.' * As You Were * Glances Through the Files of The Register and The Hewe I LIKEO THAT LINE OF HlS -*ONLVA SUPERIOR MENTALITY CAN BE HYPNOTIZED: HE ONLY PICKED ON THE DUMBEST GUY IN THE CLUB.'/ 65 YEARS AGO TODAY The fire department was called out this morning to extinguish a fire on the roof of the Brownlow Hawkins Bakery. Mrs. Emma Dawson, who recently moved to this city from Belle Rive, celebrated her 68th birthday at a family dinner at her home on south Union street today. 40 YEARS AGO TODAY Moses Marion Stanley died suddenly last night in the office ot the Tri-County Telephone com- E any In the Fred P. Watson ullding- Herman Frederick Wlebusch, former custodian of the Elks hall here, died in Danville Wednesday. SO YEARS AGO TODAY States Attorney Joel Watson has announced that all punch boards and cigar machines and all games of chance that are conducted by merchants must go at once. At a meeting of the First Presbyterian church yesterday, it was decided not to accept the resignation of W. M. McAdoo as pastor. W ONDERING IF THE FDR-FREE ENTERTAINMENT IS ON THE UP AND UP«« rRiscuiA'S po# 45 YEARS AGO TODAY Grace Payne, a popular school teacher of the Mt. Vernon schools, died yesterday after a short illness of influenza. Mrs. Mary Smith of 120 east Casey and Mrs. Annie C Pickett of south Tenth street are dead from pneumonia following in. fluenza. AL VERVEER Look, Oliver! squirrel" AUY OOP •y V. T. NAMU *t MORTY MEEKLi By DICK CAVIAllI GOOD'VOU CAN \ ^TAETVCXJR I TRAININGS RIGHT RUN DOWN TO THe erase AUD Germ .ADOZa ^E&SS. NEXT TIMS I DeOCB ON A CA2££J2 I'M GOING TDk6EPfT ' TO MY66LF. SIDE OUNCES GALBRAITH IM % HM, be TMI* VS. to. Oft "She met him at a WHATnanny? , » CARNIVAl •y DICK TURNER • 1* W. W. 0* /2~/3 35 YEARS AGO TODAY The ladles night urogram of the Mt. Vemon Lions Gub which met last night at the Country Club was in the form of a dinner dance and was perhaps the most successful affair in the history the club. Announcement was made today that Harold C. Watson has acquired all the stock in the Mt Vernon Hotel Company, which constructed the Emmerson Hotel here and owns the building. of 30 YEARS AGO TODAY Mrs. Henry Hancock, Mrs. Henry White, Mrs. Martin Ham and Mrs. George Rainey spent yesterday afternoon In Opdyk* where they attended the funeral of Mrs. E- M. Harvey. The Mammoth employes entertained with their annual Christmas dinner at Hotel Emmerson last night with entertainment following at the home ot Mrs, John Davis. Gladys Ross and Rosalie earner will spend this evening in Benton where they will visit the White Shrine chapter of that city. Miss Ross will serve as guest organist. M YEARS AGO TODAY Little Dickey Garrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Garrison, entertained the members of his kindergarten class and four invited guests at a party In celebration of his fifth birthday. Judge and Mrs. Conrad Schul were visitors in St. Louis yesterday. 20 YEARS AGO TODAY Oscar Ezra Gaither, 37, of Route 3, McLeansboro, father ot seven children, and Wesley Ralph Smith, 35, of Bluford, father of five, were among the 24 pre -war dads who left Mt- Vernon last night with a contingent ot swea­ tees from County Board No, 2. Mt. Vernon was gripped in the coldest weathor of the season List night when the mercury dropped to below zero on the official government instruments. 15 YEARS AGO TODAY Good Samaritan Hospital authorities today advertised for bids on the construction of a new 135-bcd hospital in Mt. Vernon. Bids will be opened January 13. Today was the fourth straight day of "June in December" weather, us the temperature soared to 7'J decrees at noon today, I lie warmest December day in Mt. Vernon for six years. *l Just couldn't find the Ind a thing for Herbert's birthday, but day wasn't a total lossl" 10 YEARS AGO TODAY A campaign to raise funds lo constmct a new Mt. Vernon First Baptist church and educational building—at an estimated cost of $300,000 began yesterday. A new building is going up in the 100 block of north Tenth street in the near future- It will be built by the King City Federal Savings and Loan Association, It was announced today by Carl Schweinfurth, chairman of the board, and Guy A. Wood, president. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Edmiaon celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary with open house at their home, 1708 Logan, yesterday. S YEARS AGO TODAY Wayne County Sheriff Hofoert Wilson was in Mt. Vernon today investigating a burglary in wnkfc thieves made a big haul at Keenes. Virgil Pulley, operator of the Pulley Funeral Home, is a patient in St. Mary's hospital at St. Louis. Carol Hood, Betty Sharp, Loren Holtman and Curt Bradley are to be soloists in the "Messiah" at the high school Dec. 15. Linda Lehman, Donna Hughes, Sue Estes, Barbara Witt, Ann Chaney, Sidney Tober, and Carolyn Morgan are FHA Christmas Queen candidates. The Mt. Vernon Rams downed the tall Benton Ranger basketball players here last night 5441 in a South Seven conference game. ENDURING Fishermen stick to their traditions, despite all the recent innovations in lines, lures and rods, it ssems. Earliest known English angling books ("Treatyse of Fysshynge with an Angle," printed 1496 in Westminister, England) lists 12 fly patterns, of which 10 still are in use. OUR BOARDINO HOUSI WITH MAJOR HOOrll OUT OUR WAY By WIUIAMI

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