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THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL.. TUESDAY. JANUARY 20. 1U48 PAQ1 THRU M^ Recruiter at Office ...... Walton II. Walker. t "' ° commanding .General. U^'' " jmliiv designated Ma- «** A ,"wool a a inwlal assist- fa E a r h - Hinds Recruiting Dis- K» l to . M,.;m cr under n'ncw pro^T iulntc enli.tnie.Uj m graft w i f Annv and An rone. W '£ i 'individuals interested n * ''^fci!,rT,^z; ll fe«^f ,Vs office in this city. wiU be available to per- nJ further details from 'Six File For County Offices (Continued from I'ago One) jjorce county j "counting Their K«bs ,j -nnkeys and apes tne I ir of ribs varies from 11 in JJI«^"^^!2L_- ieak^Watery Blood Blamed for Making Men and Women look and Feel Older 1 T H A N T H E I R Y E A R S Social and Personal Items . ticry tJW £ ·very *iu»** ··»·- .cells mu»t pour forth of your bones to rc- Latiiner I), Sam Cole R, William Grazulis U. llarrisburg 8: Joe Cox 1), Oliver Ridley R. llarrisburg 9: J. Earl Crabb R. Hanisburg 10: Harry Erton D, Elmer Gibbons R. llarrisburg 11: Pat Vargo D, John 11. L. Parish R, Howard Moore R. Harrisburg 12: Elton Kinscr R. Eldorado 1: Pat Butler D. Eldorado 2: Otto Funkhouser D. Eldorado 3: Harvey Rettinger D, Romaine W. Brown R. Eldorado 4: Arthur C. Foster D, Jewell L. Ilughcy R, Jessie B. Evans R. Eldorado 5: James N. Seagravcs D. Henry Bradley R. Eldorado 6: Amos Younger D. Carrier Mills 1: Everett Shaw D Leo E. Davis R. 'Carrier Mills 2: Dock C. Parks D. Carrier Mills 3: John L. 'fa- born R. Raleigh 1: Esco Wiseman D Raleigh 2: Robert Grubbs D. Galatia: Earl Smith D, Robert G. Miley R. Long Branch: Elias Roberts D Tale: Auda J. Williams D. Independence: Steve Mitchell D Hugh Jackson R, Thco Warren R Stonefort: Paul Craig D. Boys Learn Flying NEW YORK (U.R-- High school students studying aviation can now take stimulated flights without the hazards of actual flying. The first liss Colleen Gibbons Vcds Indiana Man Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gibbons if llarrisburg, RFD 2, are announc Household Shower for Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson Mr. and Mrs. James L. Thompson, who were married last Dec. 28, received an array of lovely gifts at u household shower given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pallister of Dorris Heights Friday evening. The recent bride is thc former Miss Norma Pallister. Guests were entertained at games md prizes were given to the winners, after which refreshments were served to the following in attendance: Mesdamcs Clara Pallis- ler, Alvey Hawkins, Claude Hargraves, B. 0. Womack, Cecil Evans, Chas. Dealon, Wm. Lorrison, Chas. Ileftlin, Dewey Livers, Cecila Shetlei, Vernic Pearcy, Howard Pearcy, Wm. McElory, Paul Hoi land, Maude Ashc, Pansy Uxzle Guy Pyle, Arthur Thompson, Den vor Rittenbcrry, Durward Hughes Henry Short, Wm. Keen, Edci Thornberry, Griff Froman, Wendel Oglesby and daughter, G. R. Bar nett, Utto Barnett, 1-loyd Wolfe Marion Vick, Kenneth Aud, Clar cnce Aldridge and daughter, Ber Trammel; Messrs, and Mesdame R. W. McGhee, Lacy Hubbard HTHS m 1946. .** * » v » » » » « j » ^ « » o i *· w -- --· -- ' , ng thc marriage of their cr, Miss Colleen Gibbons, to Jeorge Elliott, Jr., of Clinton, InU. Tne quiet single ring ceremony \as performed by the Rev. Kenneth Brady at thc First Christian church in Clinton, at 3:30 p. m. on Sunday, Jan. 11, in the presence of relatives and friends. Thc bride wore a street length dress of winter white wool with black and gold accessories with a Concert Pianist Well Received at Junior Hi Sunday A remarkable pianist of which America can truly be proud is Miss Hazel Harrison, who was presented here in a concert at the Junior high school Sunday afternoon by the Bona Fide Federated club of colored women. Those who attended the concert heard a great artist of extraordinary musical intelligence and a musician of remarkable training. A teacher on the faculty of Howard University in Washington, D Calendar of Meetings uiutiv u.iu fcw.v* "77*j":L Hcr ward Un versity m wasnmgion, u. SuSSJnt M P w AlSe Oxford, sfs- C., thc outstanding Negro woman ^ n *? n k* l £TMZ * street is this year taking a sabbatical uiiirUuaiiL* v* A *»* *»*N,»»-- ~ ' ter of the brido, wore a street length dress of blue with black accessories and a corsage of reel rose buds. Eugene Rae served as best man. After the ceremony a wedding supper was served at the home of thc bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Elliott, Sr. Mrs. Elliott attended grade school and high school in Hams- Delta Theta Tau will meet Thursday at 7:30 p. m. in the lower rooms o( the public library for a regular business meeting. The Bona Fide Federated club will meet tonight at 7:30 at the home of MJrs. Helen Williams, 308 East Homer street. The executive committee of the Woman's Society of Christian Service, of the First Methodist church, will meet Wednesday at 2 p. m. at Wesley Center. The Xi Chi chapter of Beta Sig- leave for a cross-country tour. Miss Harrison's program Sunday included two Chorales, "In Thee Is Joy," and "Now Rejoice, Dear Christians." These were followed by Bach-Busoni, a dance of Spanish origin. Its character is grave and dignified. Her playing of Bach and the magnificent "Fantasie in F Minor," by ., v/ere the highlights and and w s graduated from 0 . were he highligts a n HTHS in 1946. Until her mar, n e r p i e c e s o f t h e a e n i o o n Oth encr- J . » g«a* rf .TO ·a! run-down infection and disease, you must-keep up - ·'authorities. Doncs m i«- ju£«uu3 \j* ·«-".--- --.- ---c.- - .,-out. A low ! j ink trainer to be placed in the · '~ """"' jjew York public schools was installed in the aviation annex of the Hcaren High School, where 1.007 tnys are taking the schools aviation course. , P? t SSS Tonic h e p s o u enjoy the ^o^fa · b" incrcaslnB the gnstr c food you w- ' Vhen It Is non-organl- dlgwtlve J« «^ wnen ii_ ^ m _ a ll yt ^h»vc mtle cause to get balky ^.^.tt and Blvc on that sour food "ate. t,ody with PUBLIC SALE WEDNESDAY 1 P. M. 1340 W. Robinson St. 4 rooms of bravid new furniture Bedroom and living room suites. Complete kitchenette and other articles too numerous lo mention. JAMES HEDGER John Endslcy, Auctioneer Have a Rug of Your Choice · ' Layed Away NOW OUR SELECTIONS INCLUDE 9 x 1 2 Woo! Faced Rugs as low as $47.95 "Luxury for Tour Home at Economy Prices" WALK UP A FLIGHT AND SAVE Seten Furniture Store "OVER WOOLWORTH STORE" Willard Morse, Harry Moore, AUU Dcwey, James Thompson; Misses Emma Harris, Noveda Shetler, Sadie Lou Pearcy, Betty Wjolfe, Dorris Ann Evans, Carolyn Sue Evans, Phyllis Deaton, and Johnnie Wentzel and Jack Pallister. Lovely gifts were also received from several who were unable to attend. Miss Florence Gidcumb ISride of John L. Ewell Miss Florence Gidcumb, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Gidcurnb, and John L. Ewell, son of the late Mrs. Bernie Ewell of Harrisburg, \vcre united in marriage on Friday, Jan 16, at 7 p. m. at the home 01 the Rev.. Edward Ewell, who performed the ceremony. II M. J-l*J Ml A.V *-**· « · » « » - - riage she was employed as private secretary to the vice presi- vito «;prreiarv 10 uie vitc i»»*.*»- » · *· »-··, ---- ·---- lent of Eastern Motors Express Flat Minor." Both were played r- «:,,,, ;,, Tnrro Haute. Ind. with exauisite refinement. er Chopin numbers were "Valse in A. Flat," and the "Scherzo in B Corporation in Terre Haute, Ind. Mr. Elliott attended grade school and high school in Clinton, Ind. He served 28 months in the Uni- Ud States Army, 23 months of which were spent in the Pacific theater of war. At present .he is employed c.t Snow Hill mine No. 2, West Terre Haute, Ind. Raymond. The artist's versatility was dis- G. Bond, 115 played in a modern group which' ^· rn ^ nlmo contrasted widely in theme and * vrn rhythm with the standard classics. This group included "Etude," "Minuet," "Lilacs," "Moment Musical," by Rachmaninoff; and "Valse," "Nocturne," and "Toccata," by Jel in the public library. Circle E of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday at 2 p m at the home of Mrs. Bon'nic Hoffman, 121 West Lincoln street, where Mrs. R. W. Wallis will give a book review. Other circles will meet Wednesday at 2 p. m. as follows: A with Mrs. Olive Blackman. 224 West Poplar; C with Mrs. John Small, 208 South Vine; D with Mrs. D. H. Killer, 115 West Baker, and Mrs. Wallis will give a book review; F with Mrs. Mary Evans, 113 East Walnut; G with Mrs. R. 90-Year-Old Flora BIRTHS Fire Chief Dies FLORA. 111.. Jan. 20--Cj.l!--The body of Flora's 90-year-old fire chief, E. 1). Ycck, was returned to his home here today for burial. "Uncle Faye" Ycck. oldest ac-, live fire chief in thc United States, died this morning at thc home of a niece in Knoxville, Tcnn., where he was spending a 30-day leave of absence from his duties. Yeck organized thc department here 43 years ago and was its active chief until his death. He rarely missed n fire in this area, and had said. "If I'm wanted I'll stay on as chief as iong as I can handle it." The chief left no immediate family. The city's firemen were to. act as pallbearers and arrange bpccial services in his honor. The Daily Register, 20c a week, carrier boy. To Mr. and Mrs. Jack MulUnK of Carrier Mills, a six pound baby girl born, yesterday at Llghtner hosoiial. Thc baby has been named Gloria Maxine. The mother is thc former Juanita Moody, of Carrier Mills. The Daily Register, 20c a week. J|tAT NEW VALUE ^RADIO-PHONOGRAPHS JutinfroiopHILCO If . , J with West 0 ^ VV t O t ·*· vi* 1 V- A A « l * V W j .-**·*-· *·» W V M J . *»^» **"» -- -- -- » V The' coupie nave taken an apart- obinskv These moderns were well mcnt at 357 South Fifth street, --' --' TMH Clinton, Ind. Farewell Dinner for Miss Evelyn Missavage and enjoyed. Her finale encore was her own arrangement of "Blue Danube 1 Waltz/' which she played with unusually fine artistic phrasing and The Star of Egypt Rebekah lodge of Galatia will have a public installation of officers Friday evening, January 23, in the I. O. 0. F hall there. The Eldorado installing staff will do the installing a'nd the public is cordially invited. Harrisburg Commandery No. 89, ice i* vpivn IT*433****··** V*.JV»*A»* T A, **«*-· *-·.-«,---- t ~ -- **· Mr and/Mrs. Cletus King Satur- with a wonderful sense of the grace- c'av ni«ht gave a farewell chicken f u l and gay Viennese waltz style. dmneAor Miss Evelyn Missavage, | The artist that afternoon express- Ao^b. the ·««»«£» ^^SMsra^-s £sv$s%££ Knights will confer the parents of the bride and groom ?nd Mr. and Mrs. C. B. liorton, close friends of the couple wno served as attendants. The bride, attired in a dress of bride's blue, with black accessories, I complemented her costume with a corsage of red roses. Mrs. Horton wore a blue suit, black accessories, and a corsage of yellow poms. The bride is a graduate of f the Harrisburg Township high scnool class of 1942. The bridegroom attended HTHS, and during World War II, served in the USN for two vears, 18 months of which were spent in the southwest Pacific. He is at present employed by thc Strobel Coal company. Mr. and Mrs. -Ewell will make .heir home at 327 West Lincoln street in this city. Dorris Heights H. E. Meets With Mrs. Kobert Boyett Mrs. Robert Bcyctt was hostess last Thursday to 14 members of the Dorris Heights Home Bureau unit. The Lesson. "Our Share in World Trade," was discussed by Mrs. Leo Fowler Mrs. Fowler stated that women should take as much interest in the country today as they did in war time. Her interesting talk was based on the subject of standard living conditions in the United States and foreign countries. The minor lesson, "Use of Date Book in Homemaker's Time, was given by Mrs. Paul Holland. Recreation" was in charge of the host- The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. E. D. Gidcumb. The Daily Register, 20c a week, bv carrier boy- St Louis. Miss Missavage completed her work here the past week-end and has been succeeded by Miss Edna Norman. "The group enjoying the dinner and the cake, upon which was en- scribed "Good Luck, Evelyn" was composed of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Joyner, Mr and Mrs. Howard Logsdon, Mr and Mrs. L. 0. Trigg, Edna N-orman, Vcra Gregg, Don B. Garrison, Gerald Veatch and the honored guest and host and hostess. Ilillgilly Club Meets in Michigan 7 tend. You are urged to at- Refreshments. and appreciative audience." Confesses Part In $130,000 Bank Robbery CHICAGO, Jan. 20--«J.E--James Smith, 24, who admitted participating in a $130,000 New Orleans bank robbery, was questioned today about the killing of a Philadelphia policeman,nearly a year All members of the First Baptist church are reminded of tne Bible Study class being taught by the pastor from 7 to 8:45, Monday through Thursday of this week. The Loyal Women's class of ihe First Christian church will hold an all day meeting and quilting at the church on Wednesday with a covered dish luncheon at noon. All members are especially invited to attend. Thft mid-week prayer service at the First Christian church at 7 p. m. Wednesday will have Mrs. Martha Gentry as the devotional leader and Mrs. Eva " FLAYSUrTOl2tfCOtM AUTOMATKAUY! PHILCO 1253. A standout for tone, performance, beauty and quality ! Plays 10 twelve-inch or " 12 ten-inch records automatically! Featherweight Tone Arm : : a no needltj to change. Gorgeous tone on radio and records. Smart Walnut Cabinet. Come see it today! AN AMAZING tQA QC *"·" KBMS HARRISBURG PRINTERS 22 S. Vine Phone 11SOW WASSON'S Carrier Mills Tel. 56R3 Hawkins recently for a regular Philadelphia, appeared eager to meeting. Several members were un-| tell investigators all about.tne able to attend but all who attended robbery of the Hibernia National had a very enjoyable evening. j Bank at New-Orleans Jan ;i 9, bu id a very cnjoyaum CVCUIM- .»»»"·,_f f c ""-" r. "tt,: n , » ahmit Games were played'after which '-wouldn't ^mit anything about refreshments of pineapple upside-! the death of policeman Cecil ing down cake topped witn whipped | ling. ,,.. ,.r M m and hot chocolate were; FBI men located him at a v,m hotel and found him asleep . » - _ A 3 V;*- vnnm H* i viled. Evans as is in- bv H u e t t e Gee St tottS ISSu ess they v u t t o t t S u t a ^ t a ^ P O s s e s d i i a y i l i ^ The next meeting wil be held at he was captured. , b o hoTM of Mrs. Sweat. When arraigned, yesterday oe Off Again... On igain the home of Mrs. Sweat. Says Mississippi May Be Forced to Leave Demo Party JACKSON, Miss., Jan. 20--» --Gov. Fielding L. Wright said today that Mississippi may be forced to secede from the National Democratic party because of "anti- southern" legislation he accused party leaders of fostering in con- S '" Wright, in a speech marking his second inaugural, accused President Truman, congress and trie W IICU cnia»"--- .. -,, . fore U S. Commissioner Edwin K Walker, Smith was willing to admit his part in the New Orleans hG "Ye P ah," he said with a grin, " ] GeofgeMcSwain, agent in charge ef the FBI here, said Smith told authorities that he and four other men, three of whom have been captured, held up the bank after Clipping in with employes reporting for work before the bank was nnpned to customers. . P The crime was the biggest bank robbery in New Orleans m more The congregational meeting of the First Presbyterian church which is to be held tomorrow at the church will begin with a dinner served at 6 p. m. by the executive board of the Women's , . Guild. A business meeting at 7 his room. He'p. m . will follow at which time election of officers- will be helc and reports of church work wil be heard. All members are urged to attend. Patterned rayon jersey that falls in softest folds. Charmingly patterned with iet black lanterns, and swirls of black sequins on the bodice, repeated on the wide, black rococco curved belt. 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Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND s s loot. of life--which includes segregating""nouses. The fifth man SII^s^ sa TMSr£r^s infamous proposals as thc FEPC, anti-lvnching legislation, anti-poll tax bills and now thc anti-segregation proposals." Anderson Warns Brewers to Cut Use Of Grain 20 Per Cent WASHINGTON. Jan. 20--O« -Secretary of Agriculture Clinton F. Anderson today asked thc nation s brewers to voluntarily cut their use of grain 20 per cent, or he would ask Congress for power to force them to it- t . ,, . Anderson spoke at a meeting of brewers called to work out a vol- j - -- ·»----^ gojng 0|I untary industry agreement to sa^eju w loday grain. He first recommended a 20 j from ine m iles cast |W cent cut in beer P^ d »f ° n 'i Ac L Prh-ate sources «d ^c Then he changed it to a 20 P^jiJ^i.,,, f or ce numbered 400 cent cut in grain use this year, as i"^^ ~ feut a j cw i s h agency compared with last year. RepoTlafgeale Battle Between Arabs and Jews of Hines, Hamilton (spokesman in Jerusalem could not said only DISTINCTIVE FEMININE APPAREL Dies at Eldorado I Charley Hincs. native of -ton county, died at 6 p. m. yc$ dav at Pcarce hospital m b rado where he had been a patient foi thc past two weeks. He is survived by a sister, ^irs. Cublcy of Junction. The body was taken to the 11R funeral home in EWc Funeral services will be ncia the chapel there on Wednesday ai 10:30 a. m. with thc Rev. K°Jcrt Upchurch officiating. Bunal J^ be in Bethel Creek cemetery northwest of Raleigh. ^ Approve $200,000 Income for Elizabeth LONDON, Jan. 20-i:S'-Thc house of commons tonight approved a government bill to gi vc _£"P' cess Elizabeth and Prince Philip a 5200,000 annual allowance. Commons approved thc bill on second reading by a vote oi ·«« to 17. The Daily Register, 20c a week, hy carrier boy. to bring WOUHUVU M«" pot re- turVand "later was found burn- ^Jcws last night attempted to make an arms raid .° rn0 ,S cBri t5; ,«ffSSSfcBftr5S ^\!ttSVfe Tfte jewisn *mu Arab arms race, now at a fever pitch, was believed responsible for a go-slow order to Arabs issued by Haj Amin El Husscini. exiled grand muJU of _ on the arms race «iri~ that "the Jcwish fighting fo£e Haganah whic*.began to arm first, now has an edge on the Arabs but that it is possible the Arabs may soon catch up. Orchids Not Rare There are about 40 kinds of orchids in every state from niznoii to New England. Some of the most common arc lady's slipper, tway- blade. rattlesnake plantain, coral root, grass pink and pogonia. CARDINAL Bonded Diamonds KEEPSAKE Guaranteed Diamonds Unless you are a diamond expert the safest way to select a stone is to ask for a Keepsake or a Cardinal diamond. Thev are bonded and guaranteed. They are exactly as represented. 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