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The Doily Register, Horritburf, Illinois Tttcwday. September 27. 1955 i'«f« Three Th* ChicaKo (.'ubv of the National Lrmtue of baseball won -0 tiou bio-headers in 1945. a major U record forwi iininy twin bills. Th«- Daily K by carrier boy. 2."x- a week BATHS - MASS AGE T ·**·! to *· tett. Ovw 100,000 U *··*· w Artfcti«M,H*Mnlii.G«i«. Admitted: l.iu-y Ann and Robert Glenn Culcunib. 701 West Parish. Mrs Neva Stroub. KPD 2, liar- Mrs. Ritsic Durant, HK1) 2, llarri.sbury. K MM. Ia|*y bMM c*ok«4 food, t*o4 «t Ori«iMl MiMMl N OUwvM* NU PtoM 1*1. More than 10 million acres of railed States farm land suffered w i n d erosion between Nov. 1, 1954, and the end of March, 1BSS. : The Candlelight Home bureau unit will meet with Mrs (Jlyun McCormack. 320 South Clanger street. Wednesday at 7:30 p. tn ! The circles of the W S C. S of the First Methodist church will meet Wednesday at 2 p. in w i t h · the following hostesses: Dorcas. Mrs. J A Botlomlcy. 13«J. r South Webster; I.yilia. Mrs K-l ( j a s K i n s . 2U6 East W a l n u t , Marllia. Mrs Kufe Haley. KM; Last C h u r c h ; Na omi. Mr* Carrie Barter, 317 East Mclirath; and K u t n . Mrs \V J ; Coo!cy, i»15 South ( i r a n x c r . The Women's circles of the First i ' P r e s b y t e r i a n church \Mll meet I Wednesday at 2 p. in at the follow- I ing homes: M a r y Seten, Mrs. (). |i|,. Woods, 312 East C h u r c h : Nelia (irc^g. Mi.-.. Louis Cotiover, Dorri-. Heights: Carrie Wilson, Mrs. Sain Cape, 212 North \U-bstcr, a m i Sarah Wicdcmaiin. M r . I'.iul Hal |. berilebcn. 2W9 North W e b t e r . The True Blue Worker* Sunday school class of the M c K i n l e y H u p list church \ull hold i t s r c i - . u l a r class in eetinj.: at ttie home ol Mi's j Wayne Ht-ed, 4 I U WVM o ( i a r a , t- night at 7. learned From Indians There is evidence to prove tH:.t |; the Indians were uclcpl at in.pie sugar m a k i n g before the coning of the w h i t e man The w h i t e s [i learned the art from the a l x i t u u i i s r ind imitated t h e i r process o.' t a p [I - ' n y the trees and boiling il-urn I the sap. Sophisticated Princess . . . an elegantly simple, wonderfully \ e r s a t i l e member of your wardrobe! Dashingly dotted crease-resistant rayon with the sheer wnoi-look. strategically trimmed with jersey bands, smartly saw-toothed. It's poised on its own for m i t e p e t t i c o a t . Brown 'n pink or black 'n red. Young-in-heart si/es ."» to 13. $22.98 N o r t h Side Square Public Sole 1. Clarence .smilh, having derided to leave the farm » i l l sell all of my household f l r a i t u r e and personal property U the highest bidder at my loine located 1 4 mile North of Carter's Hatchery on the old fcrounhton Road at Eldorado, llinois on Wed., Sepr. 28 1955, beginning at 1:30 o'clock. Living room suite. 4 Rocking chairs: Couch that nukes a bed; 2 End tables; ,'hilcii radio; I.arne mirror: !ot of ;|IKHV rugs and picture^; 3 Iteds and mattress und simn^s: 1 Dres.sers: Stand tab^; Kound dining room tablr and ti · h^irs: Buffet; Kitcher c.ibinct: 1 cook j tables: Gas ran«e: Library ta- Me; 6 ft. GeJen-l Electric re} fri«erator: r.encral E l e t t r i c I w.ishins mactine used \ c r y l i t tie: Electrr clnck: Ele trie lantern: Alatdin lamp: '4 trunks; Lot of cai f r u i t : It read box: Ironine boird: Elertric iron: Lot of disrrs and cookin*; ut« n- sils; Lawn mower: Small grinder; Briar scythe: Lot of II.MK! tools and buckets: l o t of chick feeders add water fountains: ti 3al. stonf jar: Lot of garden tools: (nrden plow; Iron I-ft- ' tie; Double shovel: Diamond plow; Thii'ken coop: Stpp l.«d- dcr; Parch swing: Lot of shnv- rls, ho*s and forks; Set of wire stretchers; Host hole dinner; 2 Rose Clipper w a l k i n g plows 11 inch. Other Articles Too Numerous to Mention. Terms of Sale: Cash. Not Responsible for Accidents. Clarence Smith. Owner Endsley Bros., Auctioneers Harrisburg. I l l i n o i s Telephone Co. 22-K3 or 1 1 3 Herman l!riskell. Clerk IT TAKES A HEAP OF LIGHTING TO MAKE A HOUSE A HOME (and costs so very little!) Gonr .irr tp« diy: w h i n tn« falling of night heralded th* yjlow glow of d.rr.ly lighted Ump$. Today, proper lighting highlight] the truly m c d o r n hcrr". not o i l y b r c a u s c it enhance* th« «pptar«nce of roorm, but b' -..i,:.,-. it f j n r s h r s adequate light for th« fanily't prtcl- O.J5 cyri. Ef fluty-p!ji Lamps, the mo»t recent innovatiot *o proper lighting, c o r r e c t th» evils of glaring, spotty or iniuffUHrit light- furnish f v i - r il t!mp', ,v, piuich useful light at ordinary larrpt. Modtrn- ilP with BoAuty-plut LIGHT BULBS ARE IMPORTANT, TOO! For homework, your children'/ »y«« n««d from IbO to 300 w»tt» of li^Minl m « B««ity-plus L«mp. For «U th* f«(fiily. t»^ng. !»«"«?. clot* word, all r*quir* li^ht of M 100 w«tt«. Pl«y «f*. U» plenty of Rfht-4 «Mtt to KttUI Slock up with pl*nty of Light Bulks NOW At the Company Orifice «r your Favorite Store/ "YOU ARE T H E R E " -- CIS t«Uvitio« -- «Wn«t Wtfory't «v«)h -- E V E R Y S U N D A Y CENTRAL ILLINOIS PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY Texa« Boyetts Are Visiting Satin* Cuumty Kli Mr and Mis. William Boyett and daughters. Mary, Pat and Billy. Hailengen, Vex., arrived Saturday tn remain ar two weeks visiting Mr. and NTS. Charles B. Boyett, llarrisbun. Mr and Mrs Pink I t o y i t t . ; i l a t i a . M r a n d Mrs. W t l cy Koger*. Mrs Dora Barnett, and Mrs Musiiie Henderson, the last three trim ( J a l a t i a . also John Boy ett and f a m i l y at Calatia. The vis iting Sir. Hoyett is a brother of lne l5ACtts naini-d and the three :wome.i from ( i a l a t i a Surilay these f a m i l i e s and Mr and Mrs Hill Hoyett. West r'rank fort M r and M r s Lewis Rogers, Eldorado, had dinner together at I h i (. narlcs Hoyett home. Next 'Sinday Mr. and Mrs Robert Hoy ell and c h i l d r e n . Farmcrsville, Mr and Mrs Charles C Porter anil children. M a r i o n , and M r s , Claudia i / t y a n , v. ill join the f a m i l y - g r o u p a n d a p;i-nic w i l l be held aT Kare! park. The Hoyett f a m i l y resided on a : a r i n east of Kldorado w h e n they .M re v.n.Ailu', up and the wsiting f a m i l y has been much interested .M s u r v e y i n g the large development of the oil field in that area and other parts of Saline c o u n t y . They re-;de in the citrus fruit c o u n t r y ;:i ' l e \ a and were visited two o r t h r e e y a r s ago b y M r . a n d Mrs ( h a r l e s Hoyett I our Local Women Attend (.rand Temple i'ylhian Sisters Session The i:5rd a n n u a l session of Grand I'eriiplc I ' y t h i a n Sisters was held r e c e i i ' l y in Hotel A b r a h a m Lincoln i n S|.| ; in-tie!l. A t t e n d i n g fn.m i i a r r i ^ o u i L; were Mrs Ruby Walkr. ^r.ind l e p r e s e n t a t i v e of Harris b u r y Temple No 104, Mrs. Eliza- e i h S m i t h . Mrs. .Nellie E d d y , i) ' ) (i C. No. 10. and Mrs Gertrude W h i t e . Mrs. \V;.lker and Mrs. S m i t h -er.v.l as special escorts to two · u p r e i D O o f f i c e r s . I r m a I f o l t z of Sal(-m was i n s t a l l d as (.-rand c h i e f , and a reception v i l l be held in her honor Oft 1 t t h e A m e r i c a n Legion Hum? in ialeni. Th'- o i . t to!!!1 g r a n d c i M ' - f w.i^ ".l.-iiii he K. Turek of Cicero. II! Ca-Ha-Ma Ladybugs fl.ive I ' n t l u c k P i c n i c The C a - H a - M a L a d y h u g s rccent- 'y t i C ' k l .1 pi t i u c k picnic at the . i . i i i e nt M r s . ( i e n e H u m p h r e y . It '.'.as .T4i(,'d tu r i i s p e n s e witii the I', i - i n c ^ - u n t i l t h e October meeting ,i' w h i c h t i m e election of officers - s . l i be l i e l d . T.'h' f ' i --crt for the picnic was ' · · . ; : ! ' r n a . i e ice cream and cake - e r \ e i i b t h e hostess to the follow- ··ig m e m b i - r s : M r s . James I A i i t e . M r s . L e o .Jones. M r s . Buii i ' m k . M r s . A n o n a D a l t o n . M r s . M;:/el S: heilcriL'er and M r s . E l i z a . x ; i i l l i i u l : ^ ; ; i - h . Kspecially i n - · ! t i " l : iie.-t.s \\cre M r s . Quinn · · f i ! ) . M i - s M a l d a W h i t e , Mrs. i v ' . f u ' i l K i l i i y ar.d Miss K u c k v Dean M's. Rtidv Wnlkcr Honored W i t h Dinner A b i r t h ; ' , i v i h n n e r was held Sun '! .v at iho home of Mr. a n i l Mrs .{·.I'ly W a l k e r in honor of M r s v V - i ! k i T ' s b - r t h d a y . M r - W a l k e r r e c e i v e d m a n y l o \ e ';. I ' l l i s an'! irt" h d a y cards T l i u i e present to er.joy tho d;ty . . . - n - M r s K l i / ; , b e t h S m i t h . Was- n. Mr i r i f l Mrs Thomas C. P,r;ni :· . l i a r r i s h u r ^ . Mr a n d M r s I.cith : .MI U . i l k t r a i i d -.,,n, (,.iry C . u r i e r ' - : i ! N . M r , K t h e l H n d n e l ' l . H a r r i s . . i f . ;.f.i| Mr and Mrs. Wa'.ker. M r - C A Bacon a n d son. Mich · ' . h a v e m o v e d t o :·! West S o ' i t h M-I ( t. v. ! i , - r . ' \\f* Bacon, t h " for : "' ·' M : . r | o r i i ' M u t t o n , w i l l Ir.e l . i l - her o n M i c h ( ..| a t t e n d s Cul · · · ! · M i l i t a r y A c a d e m y a n d w h i l e '.If B.icoii is in tl-.c C a r i b b e a n area . r I . ' o v . i ' s of London as an i n s u r : · . ( · · · i;n I. i A r i t i r. They h a v o -jeetl i i v m u in Tampa a n d M i a m i . Fl;i. · 'oc T h o r n - i . son of Mr. and M r ^ . l i n i m y T l i . i r i . t o n o t Carrier M i l ' - , e ' l t - ' i ' . ' i l 1 I ' j h t n o r h o s p i t a l y "'· ( i I ' '·' · · · ' ' 1:1 :"·'( ncy a p p e n - · ' ' · '·· · ' " ' . a -enior in tile : . i i ' r : e ; ' M i l l - ( ' . . j i i m u n i t y h i g h · - l n i . . i . v. .,1 M i r ' « ! ' M u h i l c a t t e n d - :·:. i l a - - « ' - M i . n : l a a n d w a s oper- · · ' ' · ' I a l i - ;;' n ,0.1 Hi - c o n d i t i o n Is : · ; · : t i - o ., a; · ! a c l , , : v iLiAiM* AHiUbry To lHaHiw Comity Medical i .Society HoU« Meetbu ' ! The first fall meetinti of the La .dies' Auxiliary to the Saline Coun ty Medical society was held at the {home of its president, Mrs. N. A. Thompson. Monday. Sept 2C. Business was conducted and plans for the connnu year discuss ' The hostess served delicious ro freshments to the following mem bers present: Mrs J J Klein Mrs. Harold Brown. Mrs D A Lehman. Mrs Frank Skas-gs, Mrs Robert Kerrell, Mrs N A Herr- m a n n , M r s B. E Montgomery, ! Mrs. J I) Cabanese and Mrs i ! James Wells Woman's Club Has ProKram On International Affairs A large group of w o m e n v.ere nres«T!t yesterdav afternoon for the first regular fall meeting of the H a r r i s b u r u W o m a n ' s club and for ; an interesting program on I n t e r ! n a t i o n a l A f f a i r s Mrs. W. K. I'pchurch w a s pro gram c h a i r m a n ' The meeting opened w i t h the sony "America the Beautiful" loci by Mrs L N Davenport w i t h Mrs N. A Herrmann at the piano The Club Collect was read by Mrs Wil l i a m Farley. It was announced that M r s . C I) Ludlow w i l l serve as recording secretary this year, replacing Mr* ! (;. B. Wiley who recently resigned i The minutes of the last two meet ings and the treasurer's report u e r e given. A lovely meditation was y i v c n by Mrs L. M. Hancock w h o t a l k e d 0:1 the subject "When Arc W Free " This was followed by the group s i n g i n g of "America " M r i . Upchurch then i n t r o d u c e ! Kev. W. L. Cummins. Co-mt;. .Ti!d»e Trafton Dennis and Ka-. D u r h a m , who formed a panel to ; n'sc-u.-js -;ie "united Nations." Rev C u m m i n s talked on the topic "Structure of the U. N." and told of his fairly recent visit there v, it'i a group of other ministers. "Settlements of Disputes" was the top ic Judge Dennis chose w h i c h in ] eluded disputes between countries over boundaries, troops, resources and the dates t h a t they were set tied by the L". N. During Mr. Dur ham's discussion of "The Price of World Peace," he made the s t a t e ment that "Man is the only obsta cle T h a t keeps m a n k i n d out of hcav on." A question and a n s w e r period was held after which the mecntu 1 w a s adjourned. Television Programs Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J a m e s L. Yarber. 1005 Sou'l: Land, the past three weeks were the f o l l o w i n g ; Mr. and M r s . Charlie Yarber. Mr. and Mrs John Yarber and children of G a r y . Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Yarher and d a u g h t e r . Debbie of Pontiac. M i c h . Mr. and Mrs. Shelby r a t man and children, Gail and Dannie Lee of Henderson, Ky., Mr. and Mrs Joe Nisovico and d a u g h t e r . Susan, of Las Vegas. Nevada. Mrs. Rosa Stricklin of Harrisbtirg. Bill Vaughn, Pontiac, Mich., w h o retir'-d two years ago a f t e r serving for 26 years as a polico officer returned to his former home in t h i s city this week to visit his brother-; John on South M i l ! street in Harrisburg and C l a y t o n and ' J n l l . - i n d V a u g h n . Bentnn He rn.ici. the t r i p to this city with Arvel Worn a ck who accompanied his m o t h er home from a visit in P o n t i a c The\ are r e t u r n i n g to P o n t i a c T h u r s d a y . Cadillac to Boost Production N E W Y O R K ' I P - C a d i l l a c u m e i l ed its new models Monday and an nounced it plans to produce a rec ord !.";.KX automobile's d u r i n i ; the n c v t 12 months. T';e f i g u r e is 15.000 h i g h e r t h a n its 1955 model p r o d u c t i o n and more t h a n 2 1-2 t i m e s i t - best p r e - ' . \ a r production y e a r , t h e f i r m said The ni"\ models h a v e enmr.es ·} 2S5 and 305 horsepower a n d fc.i l u r e a new t r a n s m i s s i o n ..-, t e n i new b u m p e r s and hoods . n u t ten ders as u e l l as .1 new in -!: :.:ne t I ' a n e l a n d i n t e r i o r s t v l . ' i i : The KIWANIS CLUB \\ ishe t o t h a n k t h e f o l l o w i n g business f i r m s w h i c h p u r c h a s e d p e a n u t s S a t u r d a y in the club's observance of N a t i o n a l Kids' |)a\ : Smith Packing Co. Bargcr Bookkeeping Service Harrisburg Funeral Home Excel Market Sugar Creek Produce Southeastern Illinois Gas Co. Gaskins Funeral Home Veterans of Foreign Wars Godard Farm Market Bob Burnett's Davenport Furniture Pankey's Bakery The Daily Register Kroger's Ford Brick and Tile American Legion AAA Insurance First National Bonk Funds from the sale of Kids' Day Peanut* are used by the Kiwanis club to support its ckildien's activities. WSILTV. HARKISBtRG 4 :()(5 15 5 .')() r r.: t i ( K ) i; :(u ti.4. 7 H ) 7 'M 8 ·()() a :(D y -!:" 1(M)0 11 IX) 4 no :" 15 f fill r 5.") (i Ol) (;:{o ti 45 ".DO Channel 22 Tl'ESHAV P. M. Movie Matinee Movie ;uiek Quiz C r i : ' , , i i . r R a b b i t W e a t h e r N ' a n e C : u - t ' i s l ' . - t « ' L u c k v I.eroy l - ' r o l l t I'.l -e ' I d ' - \ , - · · \ a i n e s 'I he Same 1). n n v Th' m;.s The '1 h ' - . i t i e Hour 1 i n . i l I - . ' l i n o i i l - . ! : : . i ' v r i . i \ house : · : i ' j ; i \ \ I D \ K S D . \ V P. M. M v . i e M , i ' : n e e Mo',:" i ^ u i e k ^ u i z ( rus;,.|.-r I t . i b b i t vv ' h e r \':.r:c : i c ' ' i s l - . - t i ' L u M i v I . i ' . y F r o n t I'.i: e l . i ( e r i - 8:.'iO- M a s i j i i . -r:..V 1'arty H:do Stu i.i'A'.n !*::«)--«ioldi -i Key Q u a r t e t 9 4 5 - - - F o ' i r '.,.!· F ' . K i l 10.00- Fa.'inh ··!.. . . i i . , , ,-e 1 1 . U U Sl-.P. (.,!! KFVS-- CAPE C.IRARDEAU Channel 12 Tuesdav A f t e r n o o n a n M K i e n i n { 5:00--I.M,'-:in.' F . - r Knowledi',- 5:15- Do'.i"l:i- I ' d ' . v a r . l s , CBS "-'iO F i ' m d 00 \',..!.-! · ( : · :(: · V. r a t h ' r C'O") T i i . - S · r. ''....;."d (i:! f i c , , l S l . . ( , , . ; · - . ! f '.:'- I 'n:- .'.(!·-!· !;;.rj!,it »i::,i! l - ' i . - i . 7 0 - ' . ' ' , ' i i ' t r ' : : · ; 7..;!i !;· ' ' ; - . . : ; . i::: · on i i , ' . ' i ' - i i , " , . .; i . j i . C15S H ::i) M,- t · ' : :·: · - - An her ! » ' O U - ! ; . , : : ! 1" ' h . u i - e !.::o -V.',' !-:T. ', - , - a t r e \ix-Wfo o/ Stevenson Soys Home Ransacked CHICAGO (if) -- Mrs. Ellen Burden Stevenson, ex-wife of the 1952 Democratic presidential candidate, reported today her home had been ransacked by burglar* she belie*vex were interested in her personal papers. Mrs Stevenson said Sheriff Stan- lev M. Christian notified her Thursday that her home in Lake County had been broken into and "thoroughly ransacked." The burg- l a r y occurred sometime after last Wednesday afternoon, when she moved to her town house here. M r s Stevenson said items stolen i n c l u d e d an empty 300-pound safe, i n p s , .stationery, files, and a Polar hear skin She said her desks were · i l l e d and it was "obvious" the Surfers were searching for sonu-thinjj specific." She said she found the house had been entered again when she returned Saturday, ami while she \vas- sleeping Sunday ni^ht some- ··ne tried to pry open the trunk of t i e r parked car. Mrs. Stevenson warned that hereafter anyone found on the (·remises alter dark will be given "one warning to halt." "If this is not heeded, he will he shot without further notice," Mrs. Stevenson said. oraa« flavor. , Worming owes before turning t h e m out to pasture makes bet- tei sheep more economically. ! STOMACH SUFFERERS ' A Doctor's Formula The Hancv Stomach Tnrtnmt consists of a doctor's formula la I tablet form. Doctors agra* that nervous tension causes too nueh icid secretion in the stomach. Harvey's Tablets form a coattnc · th« ; ·itomach. If you are suffering from pains due to too much acid and gas, Harvey's Stomach Treatment will *ive you relief from these acid oains. Don't suffer day after day. 1 \sk your druggist about the results his customers are petting with HARVEY'S STOMACH TABLETS. ^old with Money Back Guarantee. 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