The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 23, 1948 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
January 23, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 4

Publication:
Location:
Harrisburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Friday, January 23, 1948
Page:
Page 4
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 4 article text (OCR)

B FOUR THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL,, FRIDAY, JANUARY 2 CLASSIFIED ADS Charge Accounts: 15 Cents Per Line for Each Insertion. Special Discount for Cash-with-Order Minimum Advertisement Accepted--TWO Lines (1) Notices |(4) For Solo (Continued) j (4) For Sate (Cont.) In Memoriam JALEM1TE LUBRICATION SER-! FLORENCE CIRCULATOR HEAT, in lovin "merryol our d«r gee. See K. Dunn, Saline Motorjer »«ff *TM£ £ «* St i htisband and father, Millard Wai-! ^ ----ijipe \ r e a l bargain for $110. Se' lace, who passed away two years } COAL QUICK DELIVERY. TED i ten Furniture Store. 174-3 ' +lvt\ . I H H . J.2.. 1 M4o. 1 . ,. * · · _ _ * « ^ _ i · « ,4 it no 1 - -· - - - - - --..--- -....-. ! ago, Jan. 22, 1946. ' God knows how much we miss him. .Never shall his memory fade. , QUICI I Price-Coal Yard, Tel. 1143R2. AND STOKER i ° ' * 174-2 TRACTOR TANDEM WITH equalizer. Godard's Farm Market 1 ?*J_ 173-4 thc spot where he is laid. I!* | LARGE MOORE'S COAL RANGE 1941 DeSOTO 4-DOOR. RADIO.] with reservoir white porcelain. Seten 173-3 . , ly^l JL/CoU 1 w i - L / w w i i , jwvix.iv. ; "in* iv.^-%.. . v - . - -^- _ · Thc flowers we place upon your, , ]Cale .. S p 0t ii«ht overdrive, new a real buy only S9.oO. ' g rcvc - , , ! tii cs good shape. S975. Call 1062R.i Furniture Store. May wither and decay Baker's Machine Shop. '174-1 But love for you who sleeps beneath 'RRA;? TART F PIAN'O LAMP priced right to sell. New paint Will never fade away. j JJASf ^TAbLE^PlAN^ L^M|. P^ ^^nc. 518 w Lin ^ Wife and Children. ' 1942 NA SH 4-DOOR SEDAN, (5a) Help Wanted EXPERIENCED GRILL COOK. Call in person al Jaek's Drive-In, l 521 W. Poplar. 173-2 ] YOUNG MAN TO KEEP BOOKS j and take care of auto parts department. A good job for the right man. Apply in person or call L. E. Davis, tel. 11SW, Eldorado. 173-3 I LAPT iRAiti ROBBER CATCH-ilCN FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS X NIGHT WAITRESS AND MOUN- |' ing cook. Apply mornings in person. Margaret's Cafe. 169-tf i : WOMAN FOR GENERAL HOUSE-. work. Clyde Priest. RFD. 2. Tel Co. i 9F11. *170-.'lamps, reasonably nriced. 701 S. I _ · . - · . t r-o * Ledford. 172-3 COAL AT B W MINE NO. 2 ]R ,, (formerly Knickerbocker M i n e ) 1 -- v located north edge of Carrier Mills. 172-12 n 1L FULL LINE MAYTAG AND OTH- ,"«; SHOE ICE SKYTES i e r washer parts. Service on all W W-ilnut 174^' makes. Williams Appliance Co.. \\. \\alnut. J ^ - i g i s E Poplar . Pho . H46W. 123-tf EXPERIENCED WAITRESS. AP- . QUICKIES By Ken Re-nolds ply James Cafe. 174-2 (6) Employment Wanted WE ARE NOW SERVING Hp-j made chili, sandwiches, coffee, pie. malted milks, sundaes, nialteas to gn, chili to go, in' pints and quarts., ready to eat. Golish Delicatessen.; ?QO S. Granger, open each evening 'till 9. 174-2. ENTERTAINMENT SPONSORED by Liberty P. T. A. Friday beginning 6 p. m. at the school. Chili, hamburgers, .pie, coffee. Songs by Gospel Airs quartet *172-3 _ · · --~"-- j In Memoriam j In loving memory of my dear wife and our darling mother. Mrs.| Eniely Cummins, who passed awayj four "years ago today, Jan. 23., 1944. " i , 4-ROOM HOUSE AND LOT. j \Vhitaker. Carrier Mills ' M A N WITH CAR WANTS PART ,_;;kj time or permanent job immediately, 1( ^-- -s salesman .or representative.;. ITS COLD our.' ur \ve JUST CAN'T . OLD COATS WITH TrIESE OUTrlTS / HECK WITH THESE STYLE CHA\'C-SS!OM£ THIls.'Cf LEADS TO ANOTHER' I » · ·** k%"» w. · - w * . » - - - » - ' OO *?C»1^J111C1J1 +\J1 4 V J / * . V . « 3 W » » L t * t * » ^ , » ' V ,J i .,,,,.,,,, T-V-T- I Free to travel any where any time.! : V ,'-~~\\ 3-ROOM HOUSE. NEWLY-FAINT-[ Tcd Tuckcr Vc Zarlingtons. Ra-I -led, new stool and kitchen sink. leigh 11L c- 174 . 2 '-'SSSZ^gZ' | S-2,000. Will sell on G. I. Loan , __! , j o r part down. Balance terms. i PAPER H A N G I N G . FRANK- . . 5-room house on Ford St. New- ; Dond 516 w Linco i n te i. 1208W1. i AUMTIE! NOT . SHAWLS/ NO''. AS _ _ _ J MODERNS AR6 1 ,_»'lV|Mcr "WE 1 FOOLISH THINGS OP IMS PAST, VCLI M'GMT AS WELL. REVK Z SC,V£ OF THE SENSIBLE THINGS Too? i r ~ ^it A \ V~w v V , - v^X^I , ·-/ f .- ( 'r^ \-s-ys f-fft '^L^Jj^L^^A \VCLL, BOTTOM , MY BOOTS/ ly-painted. S3250. , 6-room house, new. empty. Corner Webster and Sloan. | tj\ · 4-room semi-modern house. n e w j V ' / *·«»» ioof-, S3500. 159-- lib-acre farm, mostly black land.' STRAYED OR STOLEN WHITE I 2 1-2 mi of Hbg. Water and lights! and black female bird dog. Harry l j in house . |Gc-e. Carrier Mills. ^173-2; . Nice modern 5-room house, n i c e j basement. (8) Found Hauptmann Real Estate, ; __ 330 West Church St. I GREY PEARL 4-EYE BUTTON, -When I toid the plumber in the ; - t little larger than half dollar. In~ ' Daily Register office. 174-2 "; quire at We' have' onlv- your sweet mem-i Register Want Ads that there was | 8 . PC DJXIXG ROOM SUITE, A-l I ories^ d'ear mother. a b! S dn P ! " our ,. ba .? ement -he | condition: also living- room suite, j Tb' remember our whole lifejsaid to call the police! ,Apply 2812 ^Locust S t ^ . ^ j Miscellaneous But -the sweftness will linger for-! 1937 WILLEY. CHEAP. INQUIRE| · · - · ever and forever, ! at l^l S. Granger^ -li2-A\ As- we treasure the precious; DTTPPTF*; F ,, rFVF I image of you". l ^ O L L I L PuPPIfc^j. i-LOfc-^fc- (5) Wonted !COAL AT B W MINE Is;0. 2 , i (formerly Knickerbocker M i n e ) ! ' ' C O L L I E PUPPIES. EUGENE ! crx^rr. N^mxr located north edge of Carrier Mills, ·f Hughes, mile west and- 1-4 mile j TO BUY _oO SLNGLE ACTION j ° 172 .i 2 i 1 A U ^ l\~J, H i l i i J * \ _ O t oilU. A^ l i i i i t j * - ^ -fc,^,^ Sadly missed by husband, C^ar j north Liberty. Phone 9F21. -174-3 discs, 12, g g^g ^J , n-mm-ns. and- children. "1^1; BEAN AND LESPEDEZA . new type David Bradley, Massey 1 c^~ -T«-*:», o ~: XT T? «f --,^^;o^ ! Wnrris or MinneaooIlS Molme. lie Cummins, and: children. c 174 -l J (2) Business Services nn v \*V !Sam Martini' 2 mV.^.T-'orCarrier !Harris"" or Minneapolis Moline. i Mills. *i70-6i Write G. R. Borg, Biggsville._Jll ; ! Pho. i »u-- 4 TRADES IN ONE 1, Electric Servicing. 2. Appliance . . . . . . . 4 , Motor Co., "Chevrolet Sales a n d ' g j l an d Service:" 127-tf; ^ w ' of » . arren Evans 4 i_ 2 m i. . ' ..._.,, MOVING -- LONG OR SHORT ; CALEXDAR REFILLS AND NEW rhsfanop. Also coal naulins. iso. ,.--^,,,,J,,_ ,,,,J,, Tj mm .:-u,,^rf -o^-.^t stance. Also coal hauling. ^o.j ca i endar pa(3s Harrisburg Print- vein-lump and-stoker coal, oil- 22 s Vine st phone 1180 w. antoH TTaTrichiirtr Tr-ancf^T Cn.. · ·, /·« i = treated. Harrisburg Transfer TeL 87. 127-tf VAOJW CLEANERS ARE OU only business. 0. R. Buford, Cit I ,-nn HaU'Bldg.; ME Vernon, m. 132-tf,^; 166-15 modern house by sales representa- ily Register. 171-5 or obtain a better job. G. I. approved. Non-vets accepted. Work PASSENGERS T 0 PONTIAC. j "TM* j^ TMng if you desire \VAS!IIXG'iOX. .l; ITarol.-i E. or; : :;ci:i lo Sen.itt ciay '._ ;: :··;. lh:. ]]·!··. ir V» c-.y r.f..iT.i: i f'o*' OMI .ators lo S1.000.0!!') - :i:ul Ho s.-id IV..:ky jC'forc ;: ,- go\ernment \\e:. ! . into ihe :n ·!··:(.'. s: % cc;:;i a-\-i\ant to ti'.i 1 led nt Sln-- JT.-.'T i FEEL LIKE \ ME.TDO/ \VHi5TLERS MOTHeR! ^\ t 'For Laches and c FASHION WHENMQ1H C 1 U T I O N. Hut iio v.r.» ;4ivcn no chance to ply dirvcily to h:ib denied thai he p i ' i f - ius commodity dealings his "oveniiiient connec- SliJnois Coal Operators Ass'n s Officers en Mibisiittcd one memorandum (|iioting an Agriculture Def (_; t , ol ';. c p. ('ailment i.iarUeii.'i'.' publication. An article 111 the puiilication quci- ed Secriiaiy of A g n c u l t u i e Clinton C l l i C A G O . Jan. IT' Mlir.t'is Co.il Oper;(:oi-, lodnv announced (':..· president K Other oflieeis- A:i(U:--on as s. in Ch:e:!'4o B r o w n i n g . Kvaii.-.lon. Li, .siorior: Krcd S. \Vi S,-i,t. lii. I9i7. J h a t the "uol'om s : ' ' ' S 1 , , ^ , ; , "p uld drop out" of the w h e a t mar- ^^ l ^' } ^,^ \.mild drup out" of the uiieat rnar- Tno memorandiim s.'iid this caiH- ed ;i "temporao drop" iii prices ar.d Pniiley"purc'h.wed 100.000 i)-.:-.h- ci.N ) i wlie:t .i.'.d lOO.OOU bushels ol ,o.,'-, on Sfjil. 22. The iollov.iiiR , ,-.-,11-,, 1-e-iiiiv; 'v.eek. thv :r.em'jr:iiidum haid. the .SciiLte A o , , i o p r M i i d n s Mil*-' A;.T.cullure U e p n r t m e n t purchj-'c-d cuair.'.iuce. S 1 :. -.?n eui.i'roiited l ^' " f x t r j o r d i n a r y a m o u n t 01 2.J.- Paiil-jy"uyv ·» n'f To ··^·I'.'.'it ID fi : .j.0l)0 i)-.!-:iel.s of w h e a t . '" ' ""tiuu,'thcrl- "v.'j.-- ;: '"{ -i'Veni" i "-'^ n 'VMilt the pncc of grains in '\vj:cv'j ro-nnii-'futv ir-aiHir 1 --- eliir.!;t-d j-harply." Stavson said. He said t h u t on Sent. 30 Pauley then old 100,000 biibheU each of v.heat and oats for a profit of S40.175. C. W. to ''GCl5lfy : ? ; l U. i . a 1 . Volume of Black I'cppcr The average American uses tv. · ounces of black pepper n vr.~- Dili \V:.s.Mjti. . on · IX V. V/ii^-o'i ul 1M m:.n s t i e i i , recently. l^ the univer.Miy i..i u::te Ojiisiant in.iiriit.iu · ict at tiiL- Uni'.c-rtny I in Columbia. Mr. \Sa,-o:i rrcxi'.^; i: lor's decree fioni Cu'.-.vv college m Canton. ML; . ! ;.:ul is at present \vo"'ri:n Cur.ni'.-rci-l Lr.w at M. U. , Mnn mornin- Tel . .uon. morning, lei. Willie laAIllg L l d l l l l l l ^ 11 *uu ucoiit. LIlcIl i c u u i u u u i i us uuc VL -.;it ;y K -- i Immediate openings--send for de- ] world's best-dressed couples, the 17^9 ! tails now. Box 4-T. in care of The j Duke and Duchess of Windsor "" ~ Daily Register. S 174-l \ i-K-f. nt x \'PW York movie CAR WASHING. SEE ORVALj ^TAXTTRF^ ;PT^\nFRS v» _r «. C-T^,^ -VT«tn^ r 1 ^ 1^9 r* 1 31A.NUK1!. arKCiAJLibUa , Durfee at Saline Motor Co. 132-U: SAFRANKA FAKM EQUIPMENT (2A) Bus. Opportunities 170-5 LIVESTOCK ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK- ELECTRONICS--RADIO .START NOW ON YOUR CA- jreer in Radio and Electronics. i Write today for information on ^. ' i how you can prepare for a real fu- Long valVSn iture. - " - sc - hool a pp roved for G . L Train- K)R PRIVATE PARTIES banquets phone County 54F11. i The Country Club. 103-tf | classes starting every , primary ,GOOD ARMY SHOES, HEAVY YARDS, Jan. 23-- (U.R--(USDA)--, OR' soles. Ebbs Shoe Service. 174-2 j Livestock: ^ __ _ i^isVILLE RADIO' SCHOOL West Jefferson Street, Lou- ONE-HALF PRICE (3) For Rent IALL USED CLOTHING AT THE ; Curiosity Shop, 15 S. Jackson. , Hogs: 6,500; salable 5,500: fair- Hy active; weights 180' Ibs. FIKST NIGHTERS. Maintaining Wholesale and. Fresh Fruits VegetcsbScs Louisiana Lead NE W ORLEANS Jan -3 ' 170-4?RM. SEMI-MOD. HOUSE. TEL.! ;893-W before 5 p..m. or 314 PAD - 9X2L St Kentucky. mostlv 50c higher than ,,-. Thursday: 150 to 170 Ibs.. steady _ to 25c higher; lighter weights.! GOP LOOKS f O I 3 weak to 25c lower. Sows. 25 to 50c i - higher Bulk good and choice 180. to 250 Ibs.. S27.50 to S28: top. S28: i . -, i iMj vv v/ivi-ij."v»*j, */uii. ~.u «-··· -^ :· ·^i^f^uSTS^w"® 1 ^: i V/E ARE OPEN MORNINGS AT 7 O'CLOCK ·(4) For Sato =i7J_i 'Ravmond St. "174-2 , . 1 H ! _ : 260 to 300 Ibs.. S27 to S27.50: 3001 'COMPLETE LINE OF DU polite 325 IDS.. 526.50 toj?27: 1150 \.o\ (Continued from page one) i Democratic primaiy race lor gov- ^ ; ernor of Louisiana today, but .soc! ond-running candidate Sam Jones rf _ 1 refused to withdraw and predicted tg ! that he would win a runoff elc-e -^ i tion Feb. 24. }S felt jowl "Sfte _ _ _ _ - - .1" Oi.o 1U3.. j-v.^.v i« v - - . *···" - ; . i The Democratic uuiiniiei; i amt c.«g 'Quality Paints. National Paint 170 Ibs.. S26.50 to S27.oO: :30 to with Deweys. would add up to j cf eleclion j n »hi s one-party state. %$% ' -rr\ \\rollmrvrr Cn 10*^-11 - n 1U ~ ooo sn *n co=; "=;· f/»-t, 4 J 9 f i - 3 i f i A nnrn mainntv or the elect- ' ^ir-.i. ^ ^m _ c «u« ^»-,.«-o i a-;p t.v? BOOKKEEPING SYSTEMS, COL- umnar pa'tis, ledger sheets, filing · i land Wallpaper Co. L. C. SMITH SUPER-SPEED UilJlldl. |JcZUa r ACWo^- A J**w.\-fcJj a.***»* o JL jj. ^. Oi*li- 1*1 O \ J i JL/AVOl. ±+i~*i-f equipment, filing cases, indexes, typewriter. A-l condition. Call Tel. index cards. Harrisburg Printers, I ico. 22- S: Vine St. Phone 1180W. j 166-tf Barham-Green. 174-4 NEW IDEA MANURE SPREADERS COAL..$6 TON DELIVERED. 020 SAFRANKA FARM EQUIPMENT IV rvftara Tel. 1040W2. "174-2 To 170-5 G-RM; HOUSE AND 2-RM. HOUSE, j LARGEST S T O C K OF WALL- Dorris Heights, barn and wash i paper in Southern Illinois. Nahouse: Both rented. Owners leftjtional Paint and Wallpaper Co. f _ _ T* f -- T *.««««, :« C'OT^rt l l r t i B V - t f t " 1 A^_f f 170 Ibs.. S26.50 to $27.50: 130 to with Deweys. would add up to j f eleclion in tj. is one-party state. [^ . 150 Ibs. $22.50 to S25.75: few. S26: i 3i6. A bare majority of the elect-! ' with j 591 o £ the state's 1.378 lyg -- .-,,. , 100 to 120 lb. pigs. S16.50 to S21: t oral college sufficient for election , Drec i ncts reporting. Long held a $ ·."A^.?1 '^5"^^ sows. 450 Ibs. down $24' to $24.75:', is 266 electoral votes. i j; ad oi 34841 votes. ff-3 ---· s - : ^' ^"-^^ ovpr 4=50 Ibs. $23.25 to 324: r .tags i Vore Figures Significant ! ' «3 -- -«~-^- ra _-- m j» 2^ Su= F 0 ^ '-** ·-*; ff- f? -to 517.50 to 320.50. i Mr. Roosevelt s urst tnree snots \ f*i- Cattle: 1,700: salable 1.000: j st the White House came out this : \ftfllCO^O calves: 500. all salable: market way: 472 electoral votes to 59 j Ci-jlf * n « generally steady in clean up trade, i for Hoover: 523 to 8 for Landon: i J * f Irvc "~ ' A few small lots medium steers; 449 to 82 for Wiilkie. Much more : Checks Withheld selling around $24; medium heif-j significant were popular vote fig- { 3 _»r-.*».»l ···A**··!i««ft- C I O 11\ 1 _ _ _ _--. O L A k l ' l ^ t v»»w*"*- -v-- -- ·. t . v Q t « * ' ers and mixed yearlings. S19 toj u r c s : CHICAGO. Jan. 23--O)--A , g for Peoria. Bargain. S2750. Haupt-; mann Real Estate, 323 W. Church. { 103-tf 173-2'COAL. COKE. AND KINDLING. WALLPAPER Hundreds of Beautiful Niaw Patterns Priced To Save You Money Barter fir Wilmoth Wallpaper, Paint Glass Co. 5 W: Cfiurch Phone 304 CU aiiu m«.»x.« .--- ^-- --- --_ un_j. L.MlV'*\VjVJ. jail. £·) L.i.' . V i S J V M $23: common and medium oeei 1932 Roosevelt 22.800.000: Hoov- · tcac h er s' strike spread through teT? cows. $16.50 to $19: odd head good' cr 15.700.000. the Chicago Public School svstcm m cows, higher: canners ano cutters 1936 Rooseve!t 27.400.000: Lan-! L da v a fter teachers' pavchecks $14 to $16.50: good beef ouhs quo-1 don i 6 .600.000. ' J^re held "P bv thc citv council, able to $22: sausage bulls largely i in/in o«~-~,.,," . »cn. "»-i" «H ". . . . . . . . U U A ^ v « ·-· - ~ Xrt-l -I downward from $21: gool [Call City Coal Yard, Tel. 55R1. ^., v .^^ 132-lf at $25 to $33: common and me -- i dium steady at $15 to -$25. GOOD LUMP COAL. $6 TON DE- - · Uivercd. Tel. 1168W2. 142-tf | Chicago Produce _ J good race and so did Dewcy The council had failed to pass school budget granting tcach- 1940 Roosevelt 27.200.000: Will-i kie 22.300.000. 1944 Roosevelt 25.500.000: ey 22.000.000. ' Mayor Martin H. Kcnneliy told Tnc electoral vote division does t h c counc n that teachers at Tildcn not reflect it but vVillkie ran a Tcchn ical High school had gone on suite with poster bed. walnut fin- " Rl . Ucr ijh, $49.50. Sclcn Furniture Store - 70-ji score 80 1( ** Eggs: 22.997 r u u i n«v.n.o. ------: Kooseveii naa a plurality oi a nttie ( At nu , c La nc Technical Hi"h «r^ 'iSo Ita.: easy: W^'SJ^^ ££'^^ «*$£££ |g 1-2. . , major parly candidates in 1944. refuse lo teach few i^iSi^.'as. .S? yaa-jit asiwsf.iftl .city's 14.000 teachers. be?nn £gj nsj a verbal strike vote, to ic- k.3 cases: , eft uinscrs. Sun-eys suggest Wai- ^5^ whether teachers should Z% lace may poll nc to ten or more Si Mondav if pavchecks are *^ per cent of thc voters in some *", rpcoived bv them " ^ I areas. If Wallace votes come sub-. not rcccixcu ^ " 1CW - :f ^- · 5tantially from persons \vho pre- 66 IN. ALL STEEL SINK CABI- net with double porcelain bowl. Black, linoleum top. Only $139.50.' Seten 1 Furniture Store. 17-1-r. !·"' O I C. PIGS. 10-WKS. OLD. 1 James E. Hancock, at *U«1\ «H i ^ » « « ^ % - ,. v ^' t '.. - j DELICIOUS IIOMADE ciiii-i"-!^^^ m ^Si * ***"* ^i Family Dies in !Vo have plenty of c o n t a i n c r j : J a s v ; » " « ' * . " rctircd farm . H-Uo-^J A,.*., perfect it, rcfri. Appliances. USED WASHING MACHINE IN ' H home bv the^quart. Jack'., Drivc^ ^ _ perfect condition. New Norgc t- '"· -^1 Ucsl * °P' ur - 4 _ t jpeace of Eldorado. He was a mem " " " " ' ' * - _ _ - -- . J *!__ TTl^JrhTx^r^rk ^tltrkTll/ M Js was f rctircd farm . j uslicc o , lice today blamed cr.riH-n i.-^:.s i poisoning for Ihe dealh of ;i ".3U^ AND BATH FIXTURES.|bcr . , Lumbcr Co __ icr of thc Eldorado Masonic 'Mills. Refuses 1 Second Community Inspection jCcnccrfr Tonight Of Long Range Guns At High School "lG^--.\ Funeral services will be held 'Sunday at 2 p. m. at Wesley Chapel .in East Eldorado, with Ihe Kcv. * Unheated Automobile MOUNDSV1LLE. W. Va.. Jan.: The victims were identiiiefl 2.1.--r.3:«--The Red Cross today'Palmer Pinnognr ar.ti M-s Orr^a |lent aid to a homeless Joliel. 11!..'Bangs. They were ioinui in r-.-- I::mily whose yevcn-wcek-old j,on!ncj;ar's inolhcr in ihe ;;r.J,rj- .it */*. '^ ;, jTxJ «.- ?** r» · · -£^ %s K% · '.-' -.'-, "··*.. ;iw -- pr c ^ **_ '. . / ' - -, *1 '..·'_ ^A fc ^C ~-% '71 "n^-^js ,-x -».-. ^ ;;_»:j, fi. '''A ,-- , ·^£ ,'* ^.^ ^ j ^^ Apricots, /-a-^| "':. {Q. / y - : ·!** *3z£ \i. !\ = r "s J .'^'- ;-. ^^ C3sl ? o 'i : £S^ ri "i "»% SVC H ; f 'i. *" * o 3 " ^§J 7 5! «^ ,v e 4=j ¥V S?f sp C«ti -·, '" ,. i: -.»' ,% -^ ,y '* ." /* vt -V." - " .ti rf , _ _ _ . ^ » * . * l ~ ^ » \ l f \ ^ ' l \ 4 OVII t "^-PV-- - " , . ' died here of cxpOMirc in their tin- the rear of nnr.ejun s ron .--v ~ . .it-ated automobile. Hoth Pinnewr r.nd Mrs. }l'a«] Oil officiating, burial w i l l ] Tho chl)d R , JTiyon \v. Cordcr'wcrc divorced. ]be in the church cemetery. - * -· .. . i Survivors included Ihree child- A n«v»y vd«-. . ' t ^ . t 4 \n J ' i * ^ 4 l l l 4 \ / 4 ]1 O J i V I r M l l i l l . l ' ^ I ~1I]IIV^«*' \_«;.ii\ TIC." 1 4 OITl . . M i . K ,..^,.~ -.- _ - , Mjbfreeyinc winds which whipped'KV where his former v.iff ..i.' iron. Waller Morn?. _formcr_ op- jihioush a'broken window in hi',!5auq3itcr live. . . of p nci , mor j a a ft c r S uffrrin« ' i'imiesnr cjmc 5 r" ,1 OTTAWA, Jan. 23-tn»_Tm., V viet mllitao- » W » c h c w ! ' ! ' viv -o^-ri ;;irrrhiir« Commun-' ornlor of lhc S l? lc H°' ld « Dail3 rarenVi automobile as thcv were, Mrs. I'.an-^s is l i t *»CCO73Cl liilli! »"»«'*» I J-» V - V * * ' * * ' * 4 ' * j T7UA»«*j^y\» Xt»»c \T*»tn" iJ'ir^l^c t f · .. . . . * . * . « « « * 1 1 * 1 1 *.- i n .n.u,.t. ii. r. inear F.ldorado. Mrs. jviar\ uarncs c.-jronlc from Jolict lo Wcsl Long i daughter, Mrs. I red Mullir.s. H Soviet military atiacnc «^» "^-, } i y Concert of lhc season. prc-- of KWora d O ; and Mrs. Rebecca : ;rinc j, N - j Bluff Ncbr nied permission today to accom-, j C ., 1]J1£ , , hc Kar . Ensemble. a,Heltj.lcy of Eldorado:^ 16 g r a n d - j The "father" Frank Cordcr siid* ' pany other *» rc ^ n . 1 . 0 ° sc p~ 1 ! il «i?picro«' composed of five younsj in-children and 10 great-grantlchild-, } ^ family n;id ^^ , jna b]c^ lo,... " n . / R .. w . an inspection of the S^ na ^" I ;: s . n ,^ CI ,t a ij i .i s . will l»gin at 8 o'- rcn. ilind ,1 home in .Toliei, and ucrc'VVomon Ll/GS Of £«r.^ array's newest long ran.,c « u '-i c 1 o c k lor.iqht in the a»:ditorium Thc body was taken from ;hc on Jheir \\ay lo Wcl Ixnj; Kranch, -1 damn Shilo, Man. _, !nf ihf H^fr'sb'irc To«-nship hiuh Eldorado funeral home lo Jne jarm «~ :.- .«.--"·,. «-i i,i«.^ The National Defense depart-]o^ M iiarr.. ^^ wmci ; V ,-M«- home of Walter Morris, located be--i «h-»« "m accorfl " " (V p Cr i c: j t 0 Arrive from K\nn--.l\\con Eldorado and w^inioh iv.ic f'ilc ri! 3 p. ui. today. «aflcmoon. Ifc. hardwhee r*5j ? '"-- /7 F tj,,' fifKt '· 4 No, ! ^ mcnTannounced that ancc with the inili f atv bases until itiiii.u..-_ mt^*«««»i? \ivrr 1 tachca in ^soow ."r" 3 .:-^ ofirarrcll, radio to -make ^'^Sff; 1 pear in concert. Soxict army installations. j « will be on thc evening of Audent Watermelon 23. at which lime Miss Kilcen Ancient' Egyptians, curing Uii radio soprano, wil! op-' days of the building of the Pyra -* :j * cultivated the walcm-.olon. lo his wife's parental home. , ^V'"** ,J'J;" ^^'"Vo^^J Tho Rod Cross sent Mrs. Cor- Jennie McCalco. _},-. die ish. thislric,. a n c j hcr thrcc SU rvivini: sons!day afternoon .si hjirr.N N :o New Jersey by rail. Her bus-!Wednesday nifihl .-.t c'.t- hand remained here lo bnr Ihcir J her niece here, ^on ! The niece. Mrs. r.on TXuns. r-: .. {.lie ripped oft" thc Inirnu,.. cl.vh ·~N- ," ;.! h..i.,c t-:'-- ? 9c i Me, 46 oz ! 9 s- The Daily Register, 20c a weefc. by carrier boy. . ing but not before her fcrd third degree burns. value seeds! ^ssftg^^^^BaA*^^ FWSFAPF.R ^WSPAPER!

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page