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· V t ' . v , , THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBUBG, ILL. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 21, 1«J48 FAOB nun M orrio9« License. Ti,/. i»tiy by carrier boy______ of MONTHLY Build Up Red Blood! DO^£KVOU""^^.S W'S, ii-stW irritable- nt such time 1 -' hw 1 '' i^/v^ trv *-v *.··*- --- TStorc-li'-.c-Mich ···-. ,c HiiiKiiiim's Tablets tire WW^of th" belt hoim- wavs to «? m l ) !n of t b e t hOUW W"yS tO a* 0 H n Si iii rod blood in Mniplc " cll) ?, U1 A ulwisant stomachic tonic. n (lrui ' Jobless Claims By Wa r 11 Vets Drop 58 Per Cent CHICAGO. .Ian. :»i--ui.i:»-- Claims :'or unemployment lompcn- salion by World War Jl veterans dropped 00 per cent during the first week ol tht new year from ligures -for the .same week last year, Slate Director of Labor Kobe / I L. Goidon said today. A total of 1U.050 veterans were given .!2u'5,%4 lor unemployment compensation in contrast to the total of :J041.507 oaid out .-asl vear. Gordon said that slate-wide figures also showed :i 27 per cent decrease .n ··laiins :or unemploy- incut ··ompensaUoii ;rom .ill i'las sifications of workers for the Jirst week this year. The Stale Department of Labor supervised the payment of funds tn 01,037 in contrast to the W),711 persons who applied last year. Social and Personal Items The Daily Register, 20c a week. lU-.lnbow Workers Meet \\ltli Airs. George Wilkinson 'J'lie Rainbow Workers ol -- , risville Baptist church held their monthly meeting at the home of Hit class teacher, Mrs. George Wilkinson, Monday evening. An inspiring devotional was given by Mrs. Bill Keen. After the business meeting games were enjoyed and gifts were exchanged Refreshments ol sandwiches, jcllo salad, cherry pie with \\ hipped cream, and hot chocolate were served to the following: Mesdames Kendall Webb, Jack Lands, Bill Keen; and Misses Bar- b;ira Reynolds and Anna Mae Vales. The February meeting will be a pot luck at the home of Mrs. Keen. Nazarcnc W. F. M. S. Meets Thursday The W. F. M. S meeting of the Na/.arcne church was held Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Neighbors. Mrs. Lily Bourland was in charge of the meeting. The les- ,'FVa Honors Silver (Wedding Anniversary of Dor- Dr. ami Mr.s. W. II. Dean Kk-d to try Kennel on the uu* 1 -"* *-·· « ...,..- the rcwlts. dOBiiiJ the . I lf«t a pound a (lay » t.ikc Kennel and iiiJ y. I am con- lo,m ? . » . w s.ifc.casy to takO and tconoaii- »«h the 'new look' a «om.in dcfmitely needs a blun fisurc-ddmitcly is the .inswc-r. inncl li l i l t . « I * * T " * - " ' . . . . Hundrctlsofother«.havcobtaincd similar relief trom the social anjl physic., dwoinfort of being overweight. Konticl k ".the original crnpefnnt juice recipe for 9 takin? ol! uRly f.»t It's «irrp c. Jirt W to-.our clruRRist ..nd :^k for I ounrLS of ,nmd Renad Pour the contents into a pint lxttlc--add cnoiip.li grapefruit juice to fill the bottle. Then take just two table .poonfuls :i day. 'I lint's all there \z to it I f the very first bottle doesn't '.how you the simple, easy \vay to lobe bulky lat and help regain blender, more Kracc- [ul curves--if reducible pounds and int-hes of excess fat don't just seetn to disappear almost like magic from neck chin, arms, bust, abdomen, hips, calves and ankles: jubt return the empty bottle to the manufacturer for your money back. You need never know a hungry moment while laksnR Rcnnel--no starvation diet--no printed diet list to buy --no \itjmins to fortify you against ·Ac.iknei-i while K° ln K hungry, for you WON'T be hungry. Don't be switched to another product. Insist on and obtain genuine Rcnnel. son that evening was given Mrs. Marie Weatherly. by At the conclusion of the meeting refreshments xverc served by the hostess to the following: Mes Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Dean gave an informal tea In honor of the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. Dean's parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. II Dean of Carrier Mills, Sunday afternoon at the Dean home. The home was decorated with \\hilc lilies and gladioli for the occasion. An arrangement-of love birds and gladioli formed the centerpiece of the candlehghted dining table, from which spiced tea, sandwiches, nuts and aftcrdmner mints were served. Mrs. Dean was attired in a gown oi mist green with sequin trim, with which she wore a corsage of white carnations. , Guests were: Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Robling, Mr. and Mrs. Cressie I Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Blackman, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Moody, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Spears, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blackman, Mr. and Mrs. John Gee, Mr. and Mrs. George Henson, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde G'Keefe, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Ca- pc-1, Mrs. Marguerite McSpann and son, John; Miss Mary Mathias, Mrs. Ruby Smith, Harry Fife, Mrs. Evelyn Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew '.. _ * v v T _ l _ , _ i . T5 Doctor Who Developed Relief for Child Birth Pain, Tops Young Men of 1947 CHATTANOOGA, Tcnn., Jan. 21 at which Harold Stasscn, candidate jDupiisi unurcn vi v«»»«.i *.....*, -- (u.ii) --A 34-year-old Memphis, for the Republican presidential will hold its January social at the f cnn . ( doctor credited with devel- nomination, was the speaker. Stas LA«* n n.f njf M** C7«tl«rSt T A\LM c fit nAnn * . . . . . . * t . _..5» 41_..t .*, 11.«i.. ,.4 ,,«.. ' , «... ....... ..... ,, ^ r 11.,, 114 ,, » A « « w » n .. Calendar of Meetings The T. E. L. class, of the First Baptist church of Carrier Mills, ...in i . . . i .1 * * . . T _ u ..«*···· «**sii * 1 iit 4 It sit home of Mrs. Sylvia Lewis at noon Friday. Each member is urged to be present and is to bring a covered dish for pot luck. The College club of Saline county will meet Thursday at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. C. E. Combe, 121 West Poplar street. Victoria Temple No. 693 will meet today at 7 p. m. at the Masonic hall. All members arc asked to be present. The Lincoln Home Bureau unit will meet today at 7 p. m.'at the home of Mrs. Willie Lowe, Wil moth Addition. oping an anesthesia that eliminates childbirth pain was named one of the ten outstanding young men of 1947 today by the' U. S. Junior Chamber of Commerce. sen was one of the "top ten" several years ago. Others named were: Lavon Peterson, Omaha, Neb., blind inventor and radio engineer. · M » * B I S V * v » v » - - I / U I I V * l l l V l . l l l . V i U i l U A WV»*V V » i ( ) * " » V » V * * The young medical expert, Dr. | During the war he taught Army Robert A. Hingson. is professor of ""'' 1 f "- : "- : ~--- «" TMTM\~ .. · · i j « _ _ · » » _ _ · * i _ . _ f anesthesiology at the University of Tennessee. He recently received much attention in the medical world as one of the pioneers in the use of and Marine radiomen to repair sets in darkness. Delesscps S. Morrison, 35-year- old mayor of New Orleans. Dr. Glenn Theodore Seaborg, 35, Berkeley, Calif., nuclear chemist UIl\? Ul C11U l / l v l l V V * O 1*1- *.1IV U O V V*. A ^ V / 1 JX^l^Jt i V ^ U l l l . * l i v « w * \ , u * *,«··««···-*'« the hypospray, a flashlight-sized (whose work led to discovery of injection gun that fires hypqdcrm- , the elements plutonium, americum ' , ic injections into the skin tissues. 'and curium. L l l V « I V ^ 4 J U X , « J O WV^ *.··%- * v * - - w - - - - - c- - - - - - - j | jl J J O l l l O . A » J * * 4*11^* *»···*· - - - - - - dames Mary Jones, Marie Weath- Council, Mr. and Mrs. John R. erly, Irma Isham, Helen Hughes. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vance, ~ " Lily Hill, Lily I Edith Darnell. , . . Bourland, and i M r an d Mrs. Lewis itv Park 0 I'si Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Meets 5K: SS There is to be a regular stated meeting of Order of Eastern Star Thursday at 7:30 p. m. at the Masonic temple. All officers and members are urged to attend. A school of instruction will be held on the following day (Friday) beginning at 9:30 a. m. and will be conducted by Mrs. Ruth Throg- rr-orton of Carbondale. The school will be during the day with no evening session. Noonday meal will be served at the temple. Nursery Shower Honors Weber Butler, Jr. Although other researchers worked in developing the spray which may replace the old-style "hypo" needle, Hingson was the btassen is Speaker John Ben Sheppard, 30-year-old James Quigg Newton, Jr., 35 president of the Jaycees, announc- ?d the selections. They received awards at a banquet Tuesday night Two Congressmen Glenn Robert Davis. 33. con gressman from Waukesha, Wis. Thomas R. Reid, 33-year-old hu man relations expert of Baltimore |Md. mayor of Denver, Colo. » » * i , (41114 *·**. « J » *^ V * - w » » -daughters, Mrs. Amanda Tnomp^ * vv * udiiiino »i».v.? i son and son, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene On Saturday, Jan. 17, the Psi Harwood and daughters, Mr. and chapter of the Delta Kappa Gam- j Mrs. Clyde Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. ma held a regular meeting at | Harry Tanner; Mrs. Weber Butler, Jr., of Carrier Mills, was given last Friday evening by her mother, Mrs. Lena Wallace of Galatia. Games were played and prizes 411 v j. diiiiui f i v***«»»%-w . . « » · · . r - -- ^ - -- . Mr and Mrs. Thomas Martin, were won by Mrs. Henry Perkins, Hcrrin, III. Saturday, Jan. 24 ay THE WORLDS TOPMOTCH RECORDING ORC-HZSTRAS MASTER Of CEREMONY 4-Hours Free Dancing-4 Adm. 29c Tax 6c 7 Total 35c Corning Sat. Jan. 31 'IN PERSON Tiny And His Orchestra Adm. SI. 25 Plus 25c Tax Schnierle's cafe in Harrisburg. , lvir . anu luli . j.iiui»»» *.»- » -T j - *,,!*.. After a one o'clock luncheon i Ml and Mrs. Ernest Stallions, Mrs. Joe Hatcher, Miss Mignonne Cushman of Mt. J Mrs . Gertie Thompson and daugh- var, and Mrs. bila Mae - ,, Carmel, acting as president, cpn-| t c r i Rate; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Was- after which refreshments were ducted a short business meeting | son Mr. and Mrs. Harry Monroe, served. Miss Margaret McNeil from Mr and Mrs. Jess Black, Mr. and! The honored guest received an Marion reviewed the book "Doctor 7M rs . Hiighie Gilcrest, Mr. and Mrs. j array of lovely guts from the lol- of the Mind," by Doctor Ray. Miss j owe ll Melvin, Mr. and Mrs. Har-i lowing in attendance: Mesdames Alvina Shestak explained the test- ry Ran n of Carrier Mills; Dr. and «··*«· « »»H« Awards. ing program in Harrisburg Town- jvi rs . w. A. Walker of Golconda; ship high school and showed tests jlr. and Mrs. A. A. Moore, Dr. , « ^ _ _ * - ' _ _ - . . i _ j . _ _ l i _ _ v · _ * * 1 t ·"» » _ ,.« J J\,T »·£· . suitable for high school students. A " * i f c / » » » · · -- · -- -~ - ' i L. I. Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Ruth Sprague, Ruby Edwards, Grace Limerick, Zelda Oglesby, Carmel Jones, Ruth Devar, Kathryn Gill, Aline Courtney and State Dep't Records Lost as Fire Destroys Warehouses WASHINGTON, Jan. 21--(U.R)-- Some State Department records went up in smoke when fire swept through almost a city block early today, destroying three warehouses. The fire was brought under control after it gutted the three buildings and threatened nearby wooden dwellings. A general alarm was sounded and residents in nearby homes were evacuated when it was first reported that a 2,000 gallon tank of gasoline was in one of the warehouses. Firemen found no gasoline tank. The fire raced through a Marine Corps warehouse, an abandoned coliseum building and the Christian Heurich Brewing Company warehouse. ^ t _ . T New president "o"f United World Feder alists. Richard M. Nixon, 34, Whittier Calif., congressman. ' Adrian Sanford Fisher, 33 Atomic Energy Commission coun selor, Washington, D. C. .Ttorelleweotifr* ng spasms, muscular ao»enM.-tvb throat, chest and back at bedtime with time-tested .- - . *"·*· i iUlU .uid. iJ- *· » cww, *·** - **·-*- " ~; " * j" v»*«*j * ..,,,,-,, _ W-n i» 4.1 Among those attending the ! Qrval Dean, Atfy and Mrs. Scenal daughter, Pauline Gill, Myrtle meeting were Misses Frances Bat-j Thompson of Harrisburg; Mr. and Maple, Margaret Hatcher, Betty cheldor, Eleanor Etherton, Helen Mrs. Chester Wasson, Mr. and Mrs. Triplett, Myrtle Karnes, Dorothy Hale, Clara Heaton, Velma Ogg, Wavne Wasson and Mr. and Mrs. starkey, Eva Grace Hall, till Alvina Shestak, Vivian Holmes, Tho'mas Murphy of Eldorado; Mrs., McConnell, Myrtle Wallace, Kath- i ·»- i~* · _ T^ 1 --.--!».. rt.F TJ" «»-*·! t- TI · . T T I I I _ i /~*«*iKj-vrt^1*i1o i vtrrt IXTooxroT" T .O1Q \VJlT.rlftTl. V 1I"~ BIRTHS Why fee! old nt 40. 60 or more--why b« the victim of the older years? If life apparently has lost its zest, you acnia may be able to enjoy life ns you did ia your outh. If added years have slowed down our vim, vitality and youthful pleasures, here is n simple method that may change your whole outlook on life. Why not try and regain the pleasures of living you once enjoyed? Why be discouraged--why not retrain the verve and zest of a much youiiKer man? Many men are obtaining amaz:ng results with Beytron tablets. Just nsk your dniRxist for Beytron. (Each tablet sealed to retain high potency.) Women too find Beytron helpful. ON LAW SUIT SETTLEMENTS! GET PROTECTION WITH A COMPREHENSIVE LIABILITY POLICY -SEE US- ROBERTSON, CRECELIUS, AND GHENT Phone 1000 Rose Bldg. Representing THE TRAVELERS. Hirtfor* Fannie Hill ot Carbondale. Sryn Weaver, Lois Wathen, Vir- and Mrs. Bessie Kerby of Harrisburg; Miss Ella Hise of Effingham, and Miss Wanda Gustin, a araluiauons U U L » ei c «»« member of the Alpha Zeta chapter | a^ en ^ were' Mr. and Mrs. *·.**-'* ,w~..--., -- - tromD ccatu, ^'"^^SSSfffiS'^.-TM-?^^?^* 111111C i - A l l l - V/i. VtA*. w * - w -- , » , » · · . . -- -- r Those wno sent gifts and con-iginia Casey, Ella Mae Hargraye, o r JSion S but wire unable to j Henry Perkins^Edna Bush Walter « l Charles Raley, son of Mr. -and *-. Mrs. James Raley. 716 West Par-1 ish street, left Friday for .Bolivar,; Mo., where he was enrolled yester-, ' day in the Southwest Baptist col-, Mi. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Free man . - -----------Ar . afale to attend . , . Spears, and Mrs. Nina Adams of Carrier Mills. Gifts were also received from several who were un- At Lightner Hospital To Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johns, 619 West Logan street, a girl, born last Saturday. To Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stout. 222 South McKinley street, a boy, born j yesterday. i To Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Shaw of Rosiclare, a girl, born last night. To Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Me- \ Dowell of Cave-in-Rock, a girl, born Monday. I I U I U . .Ut . CU1U i'Al«3. V ^ N , v x 0 ~ -- ' Mr and Mrs. Truman Keel, Ezra P f c . j. 3. Gibbons, son of Mr. and Harris Miss Mildred Harris, Mrs. Mrs. Lucian Gibbons of Herod, has Edith'Henderson, Dr. and M Jf: returned to his army ba Se WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Without Calomel-- And You'll Jump Ont of Bed in the Morning Ruin' to Go The liver should pour out about 2 pints of Lieail ui v,»»-a 6 v,. -- · --- _ "". bile juice into vourboweU every day. If this Max Hill Of Trenton, N. J., ana · " ' ' ' Mr and Mrs. Earl Wood of Flora. £.U11I1 I^CllUCi.aui«, *--· . W. W. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snears, Mr. and Mrs. Orlie Chamness, Mr. and Mrs. John Jenkins, Dr. and Mrs. A. E Hart, ail ot Carrier Mills; Mr. and Mrs. \VyattJ Lindsay of Champaign; Miss Betty Dean of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs- son, Arizona, following a 20-day furlough at home. Canal First Advocated Ninety years ago a foresighted member of Franklin institute publicly recommended a canal across the Isthmus of Panama. NEURITIS? For an effective and reliable treatment for Neuritis,, try,I)r: Hart's Neuritis Tablets. Also good for many other rheu : matic conditions. Shipped by Parcel Post in 51-00 packages or more.-Postage prepaid. . " .'."·' HART'S DRUG STORE Carrier Mills, Illinois bile is not flo«W freely, your food may not diKCat- It may just decay in the bowels. Then j;as bloat* up your stomach. You get constipated. You feel sour, suck and the world looks punk. It takes those mild, gentle Carter's Little Liver Pi!U to cct these 2 pints of bile flow- inn fredy to make you feel "up and up." Get a packase today. Take as directed. Effective in making bile fiow fredy. Ask for Carter's Little Liver Pills. CHEVROLET GOES UP FASTER--IS MORE DURABLE Tins durable nrch-nb buiWinU i" 20' v,5!c and available in any length rcqu5rcd-24', 36'. 48'. etc. Erection is fast ana economical, with exterior slccl sheathing and collateral niascrJak aa i!cJ Jhrcily to the Stran-Stccl patented nailing «r,mc in framing members. The "Quonsct 20" goes up i and maintains hs j«ood appearance with a minimum of cp; construction is sturdy, fire-resistant, permanent. No other huilding offers so many money-saving advantages. No other building has been adapted to so many uses. Take adxanJasic of the war-proved, all-sJccl "Quonsct 20," improved and refined ^r-rr^ for peacetime use. Call ^% T^Z^*^ 'r write us today for SU^^V-iaSS* ««,.ii B n.u n ;i «» N««ion.i information and prices. Airport Building Bookshop Cinder Block Plant College Dormitory Feed Store Frozen-Food locker Hatchery Hog Farrowing House Hunting Lodge Milk House " Poultry House Radio Station Real Estate Office Restaurant School Storage Building . Tenant Farmhouse Veterinary Hospital Warehouse Welding Shop KEITH C °mer Locust Elm Phc LDERS SUPPLY One Block East of City Hall Donations to Cancer Fund and Masch of Dimes by Beta Sigma Phi At a regular meeting of Beta Kappa chapter Beta Sigma Pni he-Id at the Public Library Monday night it was voted to donate $10 to the March of Dimes campaign and to give $25 to the Beta Sigma Phi international endowment fund for cancer research. j During the business meeting the social committee reported plans for a Valentine party. Mrs. Annary Empson- was in charge of the program, the subject title of which was "Before an Audience and Conservation." Mrs. Empson briefly outlined the most important things to remember when speaking before an audience. Platform presence, being master of subject and self, is assured if you have both physical and mental" poise, she said. The three types of gestures: emphatic, descriptive, and suggestive, were explained and a few rules to follow in delivering a speech given. Speaking on conversation, Mrs. Empson gave ten rules for^improving your conversation. They were: Be sincere, know human nature, be courteous, consider the i interests of others, be a good lis- 'tener, improve action, improve ( voice, improve language, find interesting things to say. and adapt conversation 10 the occasion. Before adjouring the meeting !Mrs. Catherine Wright, president, explained the year's programs t p j I She new pledges who were attend-' j ing their first regular meeting since being pledged last month. MJSS Molly Smith , \Vcds Donald Davis j Miss Molly Smith of 119B South Skaggs street, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith of Blythc- jvillc. Ark., and Donald Davis, son] Icf Mr. and Mrsr Gwin Davis oil Somerset were united in marriage] on Monday, Jan. 19. at 8:30 p. m. j Their \\edding took place in; Blythcvillc. the bride's home town, and Miss Imogcnc Williams ol Somerset and Bill Walker of Carrier Mills served as attendants. The couple will live in Pcona. Mr. and Mrs. Hush Jamison and daughter, Mrs. Vcrnon Niddlcton ar.d^Mrs. John Smith of Mi. Carmel visited in Harrisburg Monday at the home of Mrs. John Gricsmcr, East Locust street Gregory Peck to Star in Red Cross Appeal for Funds HOLLYWOOD. Jan. 21--O'-Gregory Peck was chosen by the Red Cross today to star in its 1948 motion picture appeal for funds. The movie will be made next week at Sclznick Studios. 'We selected Mr. Peck because H EVRO L FIRST in PRODUCTION, in SALES and in REGISTRATIONS of cars and of trucks FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST in Passenger Car Production in 1947-according fo published production figures. in Truck Production in 1947-according to published production figures; in Passenger Car Sales in 1947-according to incomplete but conclusive sales records. in Truck Sales in 1947-according to incomplete but conclusive sales records. FIRST FIRST FIRST HarrisbuiB, Ill-USS.? 11 ^, of his impeccable standing as a citizen and a parent and because _ _ . - - j « * « V . . 1 1 _ , , I Joe Weil said. of Holly- Chief to Produce over 0 Million Cars and Trucks in a postwar year, 1947--according to published production figures. in Total Passenger Car Production and Sales for the total 17-year period, January, 1931 to January, 1948-according to published nation-wide figures. in Total Truck Production and Sales for the total 17-year period, January, 1931 to January, 1948-according to published nation-wide figures. in Total Number of Cars and Trucks on the road today- according to official nation-wide registrations. SALINE MOTOR COMPANY HARRISBURG, ILL. \A/E, YOUR lOCAt CHEVROLET OEAl« T V --and every other Chevrolet dealer in America-- are both prOud and hap|»y to make the following report to buyer* and prospective buyers of Chevrolet produch:_ Again in 1947, Chevrolet built and joW more ears and more fn*cfc» than any omer maker in the industry, p»t as Chevrolet has built and sold more can and more ttvda than any other maker for the total jeren- feen-year period, doting from Jcnuary/WH - fo January, 1948-- the modem period ot motor car history! . . . Naturally, we as well as the Chevrolel Motor Division of General Motors ore . deeply grateful for America's outspoken preference for Chevrolet passenger con and trucks; and we are determined Jo do everyihing « our. power to eonhnwe w deserve this preference in the fuhxe as fc the post. We want to thank eoch end every person fa this community for hi* fr^nW and goodwia for flw orgonizohon. We soBcit ond appreciate your P°*««9*- TM? ore doing our level best to prove that, by W- ingordersfornewChevroletsi«sto*pron»P"y oTwe con-even under today's trying conditions--and we ore deeply and douwy appreciative of the patience ond wxier- ,tomf,ng of oH our custc^erswho ore awaiting deBveries of new Chevrolet*. Needless to say. you buy TM you bwy the product of the "£ producer! of car, ond trucks, for that a jhe way to maximum dollor value! Rest oswred mot weU fifl yow order for a n e w rotet h*» os soar, o, it b humanly to do so. MeonwhHe, please let us present cor or truck « service now ! -: r ' r; Mi ·-1* A , \?* \ if, \ ',1

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