Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 14, 1963 · Page 9
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 9

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Saturday, December 14, 1963
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I THE REGISTER-NEWS DAILY MAGAZINE PAGE .As You Were* BIONDIE LOOK.DAISY-- WE BROUGHT YOUl ATREAT FROM THE RESTAURANT V 'II SHE TURNED UPj HER NOSE AT IT/ i 4& 'II CK ' By CHIC YOUNO MAD'CAUSE ^||| i DIDN'T BRING HER 'si 3ME SHRIMP COCKTAIL , FOR AN APPETIZER III ABNER r ONSAOIE HAWKINS DAY, IB7Z,AlWAROLE. SPINSTER, NAME. OF JOAN STEINBECK. WAFWTHAVIN'MUCH / wen.'.', /// By Al CAM They'll Do It Every Time •i,llm,HN»t Glances Through the Files of The Register and The Newt immi THERE I S ALWAYS A COMMITTEE UP IN ARMS WHEN THE FIRE INSPECTOR TRIES TO CONDEMN SOME OLD BUILDING"" YOU CAN'T BE SERIOUS ABOUT TEARING DOWN A HISTORIC,, LANDMARK.'/ WE OF THE SAVE GENERAL RAMPART S BIRTHPLACE COMMITTEE 1 6 _ UT LET THE FIRETRAP 60 UP IN A BLAZE AND LISTEN TO TVIE SAME CITIZENRY—' WHAT KIND OF , OFFICIALS HAVE WE?) THIS SHOULD NEVER T HAVE HAPPENED/.' 65 YEARS AGO TODAY The 31st birthday of Harry Watson was celebrated with a dinner at the family residence on Green street, last night. Miss Anna Stratton is dead at Phoenix, Ariz., where she moved a few months ago. 45 YEARS AGO TODAY Dr. Andy Hall has been appointed city physician by Mayor Begg. Lt. I. Hawkins of Texlco, well known to hundreds of people in the north part of Jefferson county has become a successful aviator. 35 YEARS AGO TODAY Claude Arnold and Lucille Nungester were married Sunday by Rev. F. L. Kam. Sarah Ann Oakley, wife of Joseph Oakley, died Sunday morning at eight o'clock. 25 YEARS AGO TODAY Miss Virginia Louise Kirk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Kirk, and Winston H. Browning, son of Mr. and Mrs. Omar Browning, were married at •ED RYDER JWt/SLYM THE AfOPA'M.& , £XP£Pir/av "isA3ourTo JOIM m ILLUSTRIOUS LIST OFIH7ZEPID EXPLOKESS Or THSSOum<.'£ST*" YOU'RE SURE. THIS IS A GEMTLE ANIMAL? I CONFESS I'M A LrrTLE AFRAlP OP H0RSE6' fwHY, PROF, THAT FOMY ^SHTA S HWB HIS HEAP EXAMINED BY OWE ' tfTHEM PHREE-MOLOasTS .-He 'S SCAQSOOf HI50WN SHAP0W/ AWT <SOTTH'NERVET'ACT UP/ WHACK UiM nOP AlVLp'e SO' ' " STAR.TIM6- I 1 CANTER.' TKAT POtfYNEVER 1 WCKf K I KAD A MBAWTHOUSHTIrt ^ C ^tWS WHOLE LIFE f - , WMICM WOULD MDU RATHER DO, J CARLYLE U. A CLEARING TABLES IS F KGIRLS! eight o'clock last evening at the First Presbyterian church. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Buford entertained with a Christmas E arty last night for the mem- ers of the grade school faculty, their wives, husbands, and members of the school board and their wives. John Rackaway, a Btudent at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Colo., returned yesterday to spend Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rackaway. He was accompanied by a classmate, Jerry Turner, of Nunn, Colo., who will spend the holldayB hera. 15 YEARS AGO TODAY A seven pound, nine ounce son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Yacger of 2408 Perkins avenue at 4 a.m. today at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Otis A. Stolz, 59, died at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at his home near Dahlgren from a paralytic stroke suffered Tuesday, He was a prominent farmer and poultry raiser. Walter Rhodes was re-elected president of the Mt Vernon State Fair Association last night, as shareholders held their annual meeting. Plans for a new 44 horse capacity stable, a new fence and a new secretary's office was revealed. ay v. i. nAMlIN CAPTAIN EASY By lURNfcR AH„.'ERE*5 ME PLMJB TICKET! 1»U CHAPS PUT THAT BOWLING) BALL IK) THIS CRATE i • • mi *< MA . ut. m ••• us. fw. OH. BEN CASEY I'/A ANDREA GAULT, A DEAR FRIEND OF MR.CAfAIEN'S. life A SHAME...IAAEAN.JU By NEAl ADAMS YOU KNOW PERFECny WEIL ^ WHAT, MISS HOWARD, AND I'M ~~ ENTITLED TO A ff US AND HIS FRIEND* By BIOSSER WELL/THAT MAKES LARt? THE OSILT SKIER. I KNOW— ..WHO STILL GOES UP H PLAID/ PINNY! MORTt MEEKll I DON'T BELIEVE tD HIT AGIX-IRONOUTOF THB^MOETy. tO DfbB A MINB-ltaOM OZ A WEDGE. OF COU&oE, IT ALL P5P&4D3.. IM ».» UIM.OW.. By DICK CAV1AU1 10 YEARS AGO TODAY J. Marvin Powers, former executive vice president has been elected president of the Security Bank. He succeeds Edward E. Curtis, who resigned to accept the presidency of a new bank, the Peoples Bank of Pana, 111. Sgt. Everett L. Redmon of Wayne City arrived in Seattle, Wash., today from service in the Far East Mr. and Mrs. George Linson of 700 Herbert will observe their Golden Wedding anniversary on December 20. Clay Hoskins, president el the Black Top Roads Association of Illinois, will preside at the 17th annual meeting to be held in Springfield next Wed* nesday and Thursday. The temperature dropped to 17 degrees above zero In Mt, Vernon last night. However, the coldest night of the season occurred November 28 when It was only 15 above. » mi >t N(A. Uc. IM. »n ^ '•' OH. DDI GLANCES By GALBRAITH SHORT RIBS be. Til IM . Ui M OK. . By FRANK OfKAl MAN THE. MAIM HALYARD. tASeirlNTtoPPlNS UFT/' H0I5T THE3IB.'IN0M 'THAt MAIN SHEET— READY A &0UT- HELfA ALEE/ OH, SHUt UP AND SIT DOWN. W0URE R0CWNS1HE 80 AT/ 'S AQUICK WAY T 1 GET PAST THAT LINE-UP OF CARS, ELMER! OUR ANCESTORS byQoincy CARNIVAl By DICK TURNEt "Ronald s going to give me a mink coat, but he 'B groat do-it-yourself man. He plans to trap his own minks!" 5 YEARS AGO TODAY Mrs. Margaret E. Harlow of 409 Harrison, Mt. Vernon's oldest resident, will be 101 years old tomorrow. The calendar says winter isn't here yet. However, with the temperature skidding to an even zero last night, it seemed like winter to local residents. J. Lester Buford was the | speaker last Sunday when ;i new five million dollar school was dedicated at Des Moines, la. Miss Ann Chaney, lovely daughter of Mr. and iMrs. V.N. Chaney of Belle Rive svas crowned FHA Christinas Queen at the Mt. Vernon high school Saturday evening. The "rosetta stone" of American archeology is a fragment of a large stele unearthed by • National Geographic Society expedition in Mexico. The stone bears a date equivalent to 291 B.C. — the earliest recorded! date ever found in the New World. Thunderstorms In Bo go a, Java, occur on the average of about 320 days a year. (El|natmaH Tl say one thing for Helen. When she marries she 's be all set for the 'something borrowed' parti" Fight Tuberculosis and Other Respiratory Diseases OUR BOARDINO HOUSI WITH MAJOR HOOPII I OUT OUR WAY ••Imagine going from coast to coast In less than five! Iiouni Thlk telegraph is sure heap great invention! BUT DRAT YOU-*-I*M AN OUO GRAECO -ROMfttsJ WRESTLER, AND -tHAT AIRPLANE SPIN* " HOLD ^OU USED ON. ME 16 NOTHING BUT A F?OUGH HOUSE BRAWL TYPE OP 6RAPPLIES/ HMF— AS X GET IN TRIM I'LL FLATTED ^OU OUT UKB A PKE66ED (?OSE JN AM OLD WOMEL, E <3AO/ AW .T OITJM'T ROUGH YOU, UP/1 HANDLED NOU AS GENTLY AS AN ANTIQUE CHAIR/ 1 Y0U SHOULDN'T 60} \M FOR ANYTHING ROUeHEl? THAN THUMe-TWlDDUMS, MA30R.' WNOW. SOU'RE AN OLD ^PITCHER THAT ' MP.DE MANV A TRIP TO TV* VI ELL/. B\TCREA\0/«, By WILLIAMS

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