The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 22, 1948 · Page 9
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The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 9

Harrisburg, Illinois
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Thursday, January 22, 1948
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,,.,,, Daily ^ Typewriters Repaired Experts on All Make* and Modela LEROY MITCHELL Semite Runs in Family COFFS FALLS, N. II. U.I!)_ When Janus M. Lurvey observed his 100th birthday, he duplicated Ins grandfather's longevity record. The Daily Register,.20c a week, by can iff boy. Do FALSE TEETH Kock, Slide or Slip? FASTKKTH, an improved powder to be sprinkled on upper or lower plate 1 ., ho)'! 1 - false teeth more firmly in place. Do not slide, slip or rock. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. FASTEETII is alkaline (non-acid). Does not sour. Checks "plate odor" (denture bieath). Get FASTEETII at any dim; store. Society News talking a Wards S Catalog Surprise Birthday Tarty For Warren Itchier A surprise birthday narly in honor of Warren Kcincr was given Satuiday night at the Ueiner home. Many lovely and useful gifts were leceived by the honoree. Games of pinochle and rujmmy were enjoyed. Refreshments ol sandwiches, cake and coffee were served- by the hostess, and her assistant, Mrs. Pete Dudonis. In attendance were: Messrs, and Mesdames' Pete Dudonis, Emmett Covan and son, James; Joe White, and Miss Pearl Gall, Pete Stankunas, and the hostess and honored guest. Mr. Reiner was also honored f.t a Sunday dinner, given by his wife, at which time he received Kilts from the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Ilemer, Mr. and Mrs. Kimball Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lane of Carbondale, and Miss Wanda Butler and Glendean Reiner. I The Reiners also had as Sun guests Mr. and Mrs./ Lloyd .lames and son, Ronnie, of Hani' inond, Ind., who are enrbute^to Aruona where they plan to make their home. MKV Club Member Celebrates Birthday The MVK club gathered Thurs-i day night at the home' of Mrs. Louis Gall to celebrate her birth- clay. After the group sang "Happy Birthday," Mrs. Gall was presented with a lovely gift from the club members. The singing of Hungarian songs and dancing the Hungarian "Csar- das" were enjoyed by all present. Mrs. Gall was assisted in serving a large beautiful birthday cake, nut apple rolls and coffee by Mrs. Louis Kato and Miss Pearl Gall. Those present were: Mesdames j j o c Gall, Alex Gall, Joe Horvath, 1 Steve Kapas, Frank Kapas, Louis I Kato, Andy Kevish, William Kovach, Mary Matic, Steve Puzsik, Warren JReiner, Paul Toth, Joe White, Max Yuhas, Misses Pearl Gall and Jeanne Spaulding, and the hostess. The next meeting of the club will be at the home of Mrs. Paul Toth. Claims Controls Would Disorganize Meat Industry WASHINGTON. Jan. 22--»-- A spokesman for Independent meal packers told congress today the nation is in no danger of a me«u shortage this year unless price controls are restored and a blacK market develops. The witness was. Wilbur Laroe, general counsel of the National Independent Meat Packers Association. He appeared before the Senate Banking committee considering President Truman s request for authority to impose price and wage controls and rationing to fight rising prices. 'There will be an adequate supply of meat on the shelves unless there is price control, which diverts the meat to illegetimale channels as was the case during price control," Laroe said. ' ·' He said restoring controls and rationing would make matteis worse by "disorganizing" the meat industry. He said it would block normal operation- of the meat production and distribution system. Laroe said price control and lationing could not be effective now because "the patriotic mo-j live would not restrain, people from j violations since there is 'no' wai; emergency." He said-prices aiei almost sure to go higher "If we I add black market and disorganiza-, thc lion of legitimate trade to present situation." · . I Laroe said Secretary of AgrH culture Clinton P. Anderson's warn-, ing of a critical meat shortage this spring^did not jibe with Agn-, culture department estimates of] 146 pounds of meat per person, in 1948, compared with a 1935-391 average of 126 pounds. Workers Over 65 Should Call at Social Security Office Qualified «asc earners over 63 ^X sum" s e u n v° fle ';!t**J f\\ f l f l f t lit si»*rv ! » * j i 4 i t » « i j j . . t . _ * ····* iu .some \\ay based on need. l'hl» ·s wholly untrue. No matter \vhnt a Hush's piopeity, inootiu-, w other H'soiHces nmy bo, he is entitled U hih social irui'ltx bcnefifs i( ho is 05, has workt'vl IOIIK enough under social seeurity. and is no Junior uorkinti at u job that coaxw must '""·'· " "·*" before filing their claims for fits under the old-age and survivors insurance program, E. Bishop Hill, manager of the llarrisbuni Social Secunty Field Office .said today. "Every case of failure to file claim when eligible was due to ionic misunderstanding about their light to receive benefits," Mr. Hill said. "The most frequent reason was the wage earner's im- ovw (15 ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, \\lio ha\(« any questions - about their rights under old-age and sur- \ivois insurance are invited to Ret in touch with the social so- uirity of lice at Harrisburg. The oliicc is open from 8 a. in. to 5 p m , Monday through Friday. The Daily Register, 20c a week, by carrier boy- H, A (4^V- V*- ^-**N^ J.--W ·. -- -- -- - » · » . * He said the packing industry' bill. is not to blame for ' high meat,.-prices. He said "every fair-mind-, Glass Blowers to ed person knows" that meat is; p . i ,,_«,,_, costly because,of high purchasing,[resent Lyceum power and record public demand.' N u m b e r at HTHS ARE \OU PROVOKED? This photograph of Hazel Brooks. Holly- actress, was voted "Most Provocative Still of 1947" by the International Society of Photographic Arts. It was made by Durward Gray- New Timber Created New saw-timber is created by tree-growth in the American forests at the rate of 1,000 board feet every second. Approximately two-thirds of the area of North Carolina is forest lands. Forest authorities believe that with continually improved management the state's forests can be made to grow as much wood as is harvested annually for all purposes. t You bet ihe-whole towiv^alngkAnd-you will be, too, when you see \Vards new Spring and Summer Catalog. You'll be talking about the pages of latest Spring fashions ... the wonder-* ful new piece goods ., . linens and print? not seen since before .the war! You'll like our imported English Earthenware dishes . . . just right for your table. See our ^^"ire Recorder at an amazingly low, price ... see the big selection of well-built children's shoes! See why the whole town's talking.''!. it's Wards 1948 Spring and Summer Catalog! -If you haven't received your copy, stop in or phone for a Library Copy today! What To Do For That Sluggish, Down-and-Out Feeling Remember the time when you could eat like a horee. bubbled-over with energy, felt happyak a lark? Was It not becauw you llfced to «at-dltot know what Indigestion was, felt strong as an ox? As agl advances the--old stomach and toe Brushy Galatia Home Bureau Meets With Mrs. Kenneth Hale The Galatia unit of 'Home Bu-lcchooTjear" " Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Howell. Jr., better known as "The Howells, i International Glass, Blowers," will entertain the Harrisburg Town- sl.ip hi^h school student body, | Wednesday, Feb. 4, presenting the 5-etond Ivceum number of the reau was entertained Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Hale, j with Mrs. Joe Hatcher as assist-, ant hostess. ' ' i The chairman, Mrs. Phil Boczkiewicz, gave-the minor topic o n i ''Use of Date Book in Homemaker's' Time," stressing a plan for the j ner Less Cattle on Illinois Farms SPRINGFIELD, 111., Jan. 22-- r.E)_The fewest cattle in 10 years are being fed on" Illinois forms because of what farmers consider a "risky" market, the state and federal departments of agriculture The " ancient art of Bohemian! lcported today ' The departments' report showed this be a World's Fair* tn at 400,000 cattle were being p HTHS °vm' e l 'ain-fed on Jan. 1, 20 per cent and ««; HTHS gym. - . iU u - u · n f c 0 ip nc p ar t under the number being gram- iven m an en- fl 3 Vfar nen anfi almnst RO.nno educational man- Homemaker whereby she may ac-| I The will make their 21 X Vine St/ Telephone 192 or tiny red-blood-cells must pour lorth from the marrow of your bones to replace those that are worn-out. A low blood count may affect you to several ways: no appetite, underweight no I enerey a run-down condition. lacK 01 resistance to Infection and disease. To get real relief you must keep up vour blood strength. Medical authorities, by analysis of the blood, have by positive proof shown that SSS Tonic is amazingly effective in building up low blood strength In non-organic nutritional anemia. This Is due to the SSS Tonic formula which contains special and potent activating Ingredients. Also. SSS Tonic helps you enjoy the food you eat by Increasing the .gastric digestive Juice when It is non-organically too little or scanty--thus the stomach will have little cause to get balky with gas. bloat and give off .that sour f °So£f£mlt' Energize your body with rich, red-blood. Start on SSS Tonic now As vigorous blood surges throughout your whole body, greater freshness and itrength should make you eat better, sleep better, feel better, work better, play better, have aliealthy color glow to skin-firm flesh till out hollow places. Millions of Bottles /o^- Get » bottle from your drug store. SSS Tonic fcelps Build Sturdy Health. II A R THOMPSON PEAK ON N AMERICANISM' Court House, tiarrisburg., 7:45 p. m. f Thursday n( is Director of (he Illinois Department of Rcffislrafior . a n d Hcarinc this address should he on Ihc MUST list of every American n«s country; so attend and hear it. oodcsst 8 P. M. Sponsored by Saline County Council, American Legion. Kalph Diinnison, Comm. NEWSPAPFR( STTplSffi^heS^ time pro » m To?e .nte^fng-by =S ^-HKss M r r»? saswss. SS-S^jSU^pdSESout ,he Ss -2-, i-j. a « lea a year ago and almost 80,000 head below the average for 1942- fact that too often our manners '""HCH ^ are reserved for every one except u "d plent air. our immediate family and close j associates. Foster, HTHS principal, announces that any visitors are Politeness is to do and say welcome to witness this all-new the kindest things iQ the kindest j Piogram. _ way," is an adage to live up to even early in the morning. Following the program the hostesses served a green salad, -open sandwiches and coffee. The February meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Boczkiewicz. The Daily Register, 20c a week, bv carrier boy. Many farmers said that high prices of feeder cattle and corn made cattle feeding too nsky for them, the departments said. Those fepding cattle are going in for weights instead of numbers, the ! repoit showed The departments said more farmers intend to market their cattle in February than is considered normal for that month. Fewer cattle were expected to go to mar- in March, with other months i "about usual." Birthday Festival At Small Home Mrs. D. J. Hamby and Mrs. John C. Small are twins except i for an intervention .of ten days.! Therefore Saturday evening then- two families and Mr. and Mrs j Chas. Lockwood and Mr. and Mrs. Allie Golliher enjoyed a six o'clock dinner party at the Small home. A candle lighted table with a ; decorated table with a decorated! cake as centerpiece made a warm' setting for the birthday festival- 1 Mesdames Hamby and Small ev| tinguished the candles on the cake, after Wilma Hamby, the six-year- old daughter, sang the "Birthda\' Games were played after the evening meal, and Lucille Hamby won the prize in a treasure hunt. Contests and catch games occupied the time until time for departure. · The honored ones opened their' gifts and after many wishes for; future happy birthdays the cve-j ning ended. w ^- K *'Vi r» · «·] THIS WITH . BACON Beta Sigma Phi Fund Supports Cancer Research The local chapter of Beta Sig-j ma Phi is contributing together with other chapters throughout I the world to an International En-j dowmcnt Fund for' cancer re-1 search. This Beta Sigma Phi endowment fund supports two putstantl-) ing scientists aV the University, of Colorado who arc doing important cancer research. These scientists. Dr. Margaret Kclsall, honorary Beta Sigma P h i j member, and Dr. Edward Crabo.! arc recognized throughout the j world for their ability. The funds for their work arc sent to the University of Colorado which disperses them, because Beta Sigma Phi is using the laboratory and other facilities of the Vm- versily. Dr. Kclsall is a graduate ci the University and Dr. Craob, is head of the Biology Depart ment of the University., ' The International Endowment | Fund of Beta Sigma Phi has been acatcd to benefit humanity, and 1 through it these two scientists are, being enabled to continue thci^ work. Dr. Kclsall has evolved a new i theory which she has placed be-, fore "the scientific organization^ ol the world. She and Dr. Crabb; arc now engaged in working ou. that theory. Coal Washed Ashore ' When the tide goes out at Lync- \ mouth, England, people are abJe Jo pick up coal washed In by the waves from a scam under the water. " *···; [\ from MAYROSE TEST KITCHEN 5 slices bread 9 slices Mayrose · Bacon 12 thin slices May rose American Cheese' BACONCHEESE TWINKLES \6 SERVINGS) jToist bread on one s»Jc and rjm. Place tv.o ihin slices of chrcn on ejch piece of bread. Cxi each shcc c: bacon »n I-AO. P2acc three half iJiccs o: bacon on tor of checs-c. Brojl slowly :o crj^p bacon and nelt cheese, Sen e ho: «::h p:c'vk rel'^ if desired, MEDICAL this simply great to relieve 'PERIODIC' with uncomfortable fullness Arc you troubled by distress of female functional monthly disturbances? 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