The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 27, 1948 · Page 3
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January 27, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 3

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THE DAILY REGISTER, IJARIUSBURG, ILL.. TUESDAY JANUARY 27, 1048 PAGE THEM Piano ft* uwlfl e.tlon.ble Reference Elmer Ammon P h o e 877, P.O. Box 129 1 Harrlsburg To Mr. and Mrs. Connie Zieglcr of :i2 West Walnut street, a son, born yesterday at Lightncr hospital. Marriage Licenses Social and Personal Items i\V. J. O'Neil Speaks Woman's Club Obc Roberts, Jr., 22. and Ko- .Miss Kelly Kuth McConnell Weds Uert Ma/ikas Mr. and .Mrs. Kinuslcy AlcCon-1 ( ) n "Conservation" ncll are amiounjing the marriage I W. J. O'Neil. of the of their only daughter. Kelly R u t h / S c j vice, was «wst speaker to Bert Ma/ikas. the .son of the ."Monday afternoon late Tony Mazikas. The marriage Ilarnsbur'4 Woman's .... ,. vows were c x - j j ' ' "'-' '»' TM m o f ' t h c --- - - - - - - 'Ichanged at the First Methodist l i l u i - . . .sotta Ilanselman. 20, both of El- church in this city at 2 o'clock on Mr. O'Ncil was introduce" f . . . . t\ A i, .»r^, ..,,, . i y f. mt NT f * it***-. i .,..,.. . HOI J . Jan. 24. before · Rev. N. C. I l e n - l t l i e program chairman, j . I f " * KEITH BUILDERS SUPPLY ies -lv hut nobodies will buy Quonscl all steel, metal build!!. they will nrver sag. rol or uarp. brother and sister-in-law of the'O\\eil sketched the bride, were the attendants. i ney ol George KOL Mrs. Mazikas wore a winter, ,'«'8 and . thy discovery white wool dress with black acces-, h a u l ' "j virgina country bories. Her corsage was of red ,^11 I Imois * ! ; h '^ ·;" ' b , rdSf rose buds with baby breath. M r J o l tmibor. fertilei so · £ linc u , McConnell wore a powder blue wi-lei, and othei ground I dress with black accessories. Her, He told of the early scttltment flowers were .vhitc carnation--. in this territory, and Oou Mr. Mazikas and Mr. McConnell 1 ^od '» ' lis , 11b ,T", tyhv T . Ir wore business suits with white Illinois. As "»"»"! b\ Mr. carnation boutonniercs. Mrs. Mazikas is a" Iormcr student at thc Harrisbtirg Tov.nship ( high scliool and Mr. Ma/,ikas yrad- IIle " uated from the HTHS in 19-14. lie later entered the U. S. Army in ai ' which he served for 23 months. ^ He is now cmployd at Sahara mine "' l No. 5. The couple is now at home 325 East Poplar street. . at They are firc-resislinff. They are adaptable for any business. ·* HOMES e HARNS · WAREHOUSES M A C H I N E SHEDS · CATTLE SHEDS CORN CRIBS e G R A I N BINS « GARAGES OR FOR ANY OTHER USE Their maintenance is very low--all they require is painting* They still have the appearance of an Igloo, inside and" out. That's why we say they are not worth §2.00 per square foot of floor space. You can buy them in any length or width Per Square Foot of Floor Space DELIVERED TO YOUR BUILDING SITE ibion, value our i, \s i » v «-u . . - « , · --* anil prevent their wast- strong and we According to v _ should be five acres land per capita to sup- people. Actually there / tv.o acres per capita The wealth of the soil i , in ti'.e top layer out uuri..o Hie last tve.uy years there nas, -··n a greater loss of top soi. ( tlie world than in all previous! arc today Harry Taylor, a patient . m U1V W U 1 I U llltt _.. Lightner hospital since Saturday. | l j m c 2 5 per cent of vyhich has! is showing some improvement, ac- 1;tcn ' ruinet i by unwise - Calendar of Meetings The general meeting of the W. S. C. S. will bo held at 2 p. m. Wednesday at Wesley Center. Marriage Liccnue Clifford Farmer, Raleigh and Geneva McDcrmott. Harrliburg/ received a marriage license at Hen* dcrson. Ky., January 24. The Daily Register, 20c a week. The circles of the Presbyterian church will moot Wednesday at 2 p. in. as I'olKius. Carrie Wilson, w i t h Mrs. L. M. Hancock. 205 West Church street: Xclia Grc«K. with Mrs. Ownly Kin man, 215 East Lo-! cu.st stieet: Maiy Selcn, with Mrs. I Sherman Wiley, 221 West Church i street, and tho Sarah Wiedemann.! I w i t h Mrs. Leslie Carncs, 1125 j South Washington street. The Loyal Women, of the First Christian church, will hold an all- day meeting and quilting Wednes| day at the church with covered ' dish luncheon at noon. All mem- I bcrs are requested to atend, and 1 visitors are welcome. Mrs. Emma Sleet will be devotional leader for the midweek pray- cr service Wednesday at 7 p. m. at the First Christian church. The speaker will be Mrs. Mary Freeman. The public is cordially invited. IN A HURRY? Come in. give us your order and your lunch will be served to you piping hot, in a jiffy. ANDY'S BESIDE THE GRAND WORLD-KNOWN SCIENTIST HEADS NEW LABORATORY AT ... ~-- ,, , - »w, ...mecl ty unwisu »"«- SOUTHERN. Dr. Carl C. Undegren, internationally-known geneticist, cording lo a report from the hos- tlce;j ab . iVC u as n res and grazing.. has j oine( j lnc sla ff O f Southern Illinois University, to head a new lal today. ' w h i c h are thc most destructive b j o!ogic ai sc j cnccs research laboratory. Formerly at Washington Mr. and Mrs. George II. R i c h a r d - ' l o lop - b0 - J son of Salinas, Calif., who had been visiting relatives in Harrisburg since Friday, left for Chicago Mon- ^ i t ouivn.--- «mu . L - I - - - I »« ««««.- ~ ~ day night "on their return t[ ''P i pres7-n\ output of our forests ^ French microscope to their future potentialities, l i n t y itv p rei ,j c '| eil t Chester F. Lay. This microscope is one of the fees are planted to restore int, . _ - . . . . . . . . I ·"· TM . ' . I I . . U«.-^ It home. --' ---- ices iii" jjiciuitu ».^ A V . -- - ~ - The Dailv Register, 20c a week.'soil so that eventually hard wopas. *, i 1 1 ,, . . . . . « ft-*-s\v\r 111 C r t l l T n P l I l 1 1 * 1 . by carrier boy. FOR FASTER RELIEF Ilistium p nt Quick! UsaThese Special Double-Duty Nose Drops produced. Limit Studied A little Vicks Va-tro-nol in each nostril relieves head cold distress fast! And if used at first warning sniffle or sneeze, Va-tro-nol actually helps to prevent many colds from developing. Try it! Follow directions m package. YICKS VA-f HO-""" By GRANT DILLMAN to reach thc United States, while the Dr. Lindegren's right-hand rests is the iuntry. The latter is the 56th such (Photo by Adams) ' have been heightened by recent j cold spells over large areas of the country. Conspicuously missing from the , 16-man coal advisory committee I was John L. Lewis, president of ! the United Mine Workers who ' ceremoniously snubbed an invita- ition to participate. He told Intcr- 'ior Secretary J. A. Krug that he felt the efforts of the meeting would be "anemic and futile." ! Seek Oil Embargo Furniture with Style *- **. * *· ** Furniture with Qu "Luxury for Your Home at Economy Prices Walk up a flight and Save SET l ; .ij\ endowed. ·· r ' 'the program included humorous, A .readings, ''Madame President, ana i i-'Mv Day at the Ball Game.' by!a i Charles "lludgins, and a reading; bv Letitia Skaggs. A piano solo was beautifully played by Kaui- crinc Richmond, and _the cluo uuartcttc composed of Mrs. o. U i irav s. -Mrs. Dean Hill. Mrs. Thorn. as Gregg and Mrs. D. H Hitler san" ""The Old Rugged Cross. 'They were accompanied by :sirs. , C n ^ [ e S ^''tat'on vas "iven by i UnitedTpress Staff Correspondent', O n Capitol Hill, a ban on petrol- j ' \Tr~ \V?'tVr Lnse'll who °rcad "A WASHINGTON, Jan. 27.--(U.R)-- eum exports and early construction | P,-^pr" bv ?lax Ehrmann. 'The White House is considering of a $9,000,000 synthetic fuel m-i ' ' i a - · · _J an appeal to American motorists jdustry were proposed as other ways ·-»- Milk Couole ' to drive no faster than 35 miles an . O f alleviating thc shortage. n nh'io ' hour as a move to ease the petrol-: Sen styles Bridges, R.. N. II.. i -vV n n TJirhpv 366 eum shortage, it was learned today.' introduced a bi n that would slap Ml ? M rS" ^irPPt Pontiac An informed source said the ap- a n embargo on all petroleum ship- IT- h -S Tnnniincin- 'theT marri-i peal would make gasoline and oil ments except to U. S. armed forces Mlch ". a A e ·r n d-SSr s Bettv Tan- saving a "conscience matter" for abroad. And the House Commerce agC °, 1 n v o l T o S w i s Jenkins son the-individual motorist. It would committee called for an immediate n ? r \, l ° ?n,l v£ RoscSc Jenkini ',be on a voluntary basis. , e nd to such shipments unti Conof Carrier ^Us S This source said substantial sav- gress has a chance to study the The bin«le ring ceremony was | i ng s in gasoline could be effected | situation The - 0 - -- ·- - " -r\r,-.r. -j hi"hwav speeds were reduced mended that a anrl Uiis in turn would help the committee be L.. dim mis, «.i ,. ._ _5_ , : ^ program for increasing due to this functional 'middle-age' cause? Are you between the ages 38 and 52 and going through that trying functional 'middle-age' period peculiar to women? Does this make you suf- 'er from hot flashes, feel clammy, so nervous. Irritable, weak? Then DO try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms! It's famous for this! Many wise 'middle-age* women take Pinkham's Compound regularly to help build up resistance against this distress. Pinkham's Compound contains no opiates--no habit-forming drugs. It .HIGH-STRUNG helps nature (you know what we mean!). This great medicine also has what Doctors call a stomachic tonic effect. JSOTE: Or yon m»r prefer LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S TABLETS with added Iron. Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND MATTERS V Y O U R MQ_N£ ! Former Before You Invest ..; INVESTIGATE m was re- Over Woolworth Store n. of Suntiay. Jan. 11-land this, in turn, \\o Thc bride was attended by her Beating oil situation. -- . ~ . cousin -Mrs. Rcva Bailey of Car-1 ca ii cc i that speed limits were jow- ricr Mills, and serving the groom cre d during the war to achieve as best man was Johnny Wallace, similar goals, a former Harrisburg resident. i Scek Lon g.R an g c Program The bride wore a dress of royal, ch ,. Charles W. Tobey, R., i blue with black accessories a n c l _ a , _ u ~ Q£ a Scnatc Comme rce sub-| ittcc investigating the oil; ge proposed yesterday that! "governors order reduced ] on highways. He asked Max ·- the country's fuel supply. 5- I- corsage of white orchids. ; Bailey wore a navy blue vith matchmg accessories and a corsage composed of pink and K-l- low rosebuds. . i, ,, Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins were hon- director of the Interior and oil di- ^^^{M^cV'S^ "£JS£ co a , tad-jy vcprc- "The bride is'at present employ- sentatives and government officials cd at the Carolyn shop in Pontiac. met here to work out a long-range and thc bridegroom is employed ! program to safeguard against a pos- bv General Motors. Until they| s ibi e C oal shortage. . find an apartment they will live interior Department pfticiais at thc home of Mrs. Jenkins' par-j pointed out that thc heating OIL cuts Mr. and Mrs. Richcy. , shortage has created an abnormal Nursery Shower For Mrs. Grovcr Fulbright A nursery shower in honor of Mrs. Grovcr Fulbright. thc for- From Of Your Lifeti ichesfr in Food Value Richest in Vitamins Richest in Minerals \ One of Americas Finest Dairies UNIFORM RICHNESS DAY AFTER DAY In Sanitary, Pure-Pak Disposable Bottles I M I U I K J 5 ' ' "«« » · · · - . 'dependency on coal and thev cm- I phasizcd that there is not too much coal. Fears of a possible shortage i Funeral Services nst i nur^uitv 01:111*1*; *tt v*»v ·«v»--^ (TTCUIUS* j r of Mrs. Paul Baker. Many bcauti-jp o r Tj son Infant ! ful and useful gifts, which in-, i eluded n decorative bassinet, were Funeral services for James icrrj orcsentcd lo thc guest of honor, j Ti son . six-wccks-old son of Mr.^ana " Games wore played and enjoy- \-y lrs Ernest Tison. who died in cd by thc guests and refreshments p ont j ac . Mich.. Sunday morning, were served later in the evening wju bc lic id Wednesday at 2 P- pi. to thc following in attendance: ; a t thc i) 0 rris Hcignts Methodist Mcsdamcs Lucian Pankcy. Tor- churc h Scn-iccs will bc in charge al Coo«. uarrtcy Ashc. Charles o£ thc Rcv Alva h Crim who wul Duncan. Floyd Wolfe, Bill Smith. fac ass j stc d by the Rcv. A\. b. \V. E. Shafcr. Lon Partain. Her- shafcr pas tor of thc church, man Conovcr. Walter Joscy. Ron- liw 'way arrived from Pontiac ak!o Matthews. Floyd Perkins, · lh - mor n,* n g and was taken to Robert Basham. Richard Swanscy. thc homc O f t h c child's maternal Huston Cokcr. Daniel Davis. Rob- oran j P arcnts. Mr. and Mrs. W- H. crl Uoyctt. Everett Wolfe. Leo f lubb ' rd o f Dorris Heights. Fowler. Marion Vick. Stanley \ m - , " uuoa --_ son. John Vinson. and Helen Mvrons Celebrates Spectacle Repairing t (has. S. Bokourl Optometrist 110 N. Vine Harrisburg Phone 459-R A SIGN of these times is the. flood of "get rich quick" investments on the market. Watch your step. Before you take money out of the bank or cash in savings bonds to make investments, investigate. We'll be glad to help you with advice, if you wish. 2 The First National Bank o z m m 73 C o of Harrisburg MATTERS · YOUR lath Annivcrsa-j Shcwmakcr: Miss Betty Wolfe, thc hostess and the honorcc. Many gifts \vcre rcccivc3 from several who were unable to attend. ', Miss Rellv Jo Smith **cd ft ^° WoK Janirs -r.oh" Russell TM* held ° Mi.-*s Botlv .10 Smith, daughter ^1 of Mr. and" Mrs. Carl SmiJh. o f , Carrier Mills, became thc bndc ' 7 of James "Bob" Russell, son oljS lcai r. Mrs. Hobcrt lisil and Charles i\«s-1 sell. Sr.. of Carrier Mills, in n sin-1 jilc-rinji ceremony performed by Rcv. Howard M. "Little, pastor of thc First Church of Gorl at Carrier MilK. on -Ian. 21, at 3 p. in. The cou;Jr WAS attended by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Russell. -1r.. brother and si4cr-in-la\v of thc croom. Thc bndc *oro n street-length ploycs f or women ccle- annivcrsarj- ycs- Thc slorc ut ,. , The bndc rtoro n .trect-jength ploycs were J. .M. * * d M dress of nn%y blue with Wick ac- V««: tcr ' S fe ind f Dr and Mrs. cessorics. Mrs. Charles- Russell | Julian BlaU! anfl "r. am o birthday cake with and strawberry ice : \\erc scrA'cd. J» l age three, and Jane " nine, (laughicrs Oi , store proprietor, lichtcd candles ana ,»,~ serving, fhc on a music box played "Happy lhc More cm i ni cU, John . . . * * d M . . was dressed in ^rey v.ith rod ac- Dick ccssories. Both 5 he srooni and Cummins went best man wore business s;:;t^. Mr. 3" u -V'^v, ' ^v to return ! MHMC for the ceremony va in to Evansvillc Si ndav to rciur FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY NO INSTALLATION CHARGE The Bcndix washes clothes super clean- rinses three times-changes its own watcr- dampdry* clothes-cleans itsclf-shuts itself off! Sec it for yoursclf-thc easiest washday on earth! Thc only automatic washer that's been performing these washday miracles for nine whole years! There's no question about the Bcndix. It's ix»n proird /" «r. Come in for a Demons! rni ion Now! YOUR FAVORITE BRAND __ An ambulance from the Turner Cummins is rcporteci funeral home took Paul Hycrs of enn^ m«ly at her home near Rudcmcnt to the Lightncr South Skaggs street. , hospital this morning, where he - . n : vo ^ c - KSLeTn!^TM 811110111 ( ° r " ?r °" I Kathrv-n'ldams seeks a divorce- jonj^ert iirne^. _ \ m ^^ w Adains m a^ni. The Dailv Resistor, 20c a week, h^int filed yesterday in circuit | by carrier boy. , | court, . ey's HOME, FARM AND AUTO SUPPLY 22 W. Poplar St. Phone 302 ?i ) ;« I

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