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THE DAILY KEG1STEK, HARRISBUKG, O., WKUNMSIMY. F K H U U A K V 4, 11)48 PAGE [·;«-* ... ,;., 1 ' " ' I'ost OH ice Doinj; Well ' JNDIANAT'OUIS ·UW.-l'oslmas lli'i Ailolpli Scidfiihli.A'.T reported l ( ! , , t i the 11M7 postal receipts wen- Social oiid Personal Items ". .^.(/JU.WJ--MWirlv a 100 per cent j Miss l,jis Abornuthy 11 ,'.dense ovt-r 1027. tin; top year in ( \Vcdi, ui Kvanvton HI? po.i-\Vor!«l War I pcrio-l. ,-(Uii- family 'ind priced f ., 7-1 n n r\ Vn r »i »i · ·' . (··· -' ' Miss Lois Aljernathy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Abernathy, :tOI{ North Granger street, lienitm- the bride of Walter Theodore Stille, Jr.. in a double ring vm-mony al the home of her uncle {i ml aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Tcdor, in Kvanston, on Thurs- ·lay. Jan 30. at 7 p. m. Rev. Eu- 1, Wellling of the Lutheran The officiated. bride wore an afternoon (!i«"iS of cinnamon crepe and car- i !''! a bouquet of / while sweet peas. The matching earrings, necklace and bracelet of gold w h i c h complemented her costume v.eic given to her by Ihe bride- Koom. Thc bride was attended by Miss Joan Kennedy, who together with the bride, teaches at Gads Hill, a ··(Kinl service center in Chicago. Miss Kennedy was dressed in electric blue and carried yellow roses. Serving as best man was Dick Edgrcn. a friend and neighbor of Christian Guild Meets with Mrs. William Eppcrhcimcr The Christian Church Guild held its February meeting .»t ;hc :iomc of Mrs. William Epperhcimer on Monday evening. Assistant hostess was Mrs. George Rees. A pot luck dinner was served, and during the business meeting plans were completed for a social which will be held on Feb. :JO, Harry Taylor/ Well Known Educator, Dies (Continued from I'siisc One) :aales'« to which the public is invited. The |)rcsc , situated on Kast Church street and when T. 1C. Uroningcr was MI- 1 perintendent of schools. At that ] a« time the laculty consisted of Mr. I ra Taylor. W. C. Kane and O. M. jj Karraker. Mr. Kane and Mr. K a r - ' raker survive. i In lf00 the three-year school school Government-Held Eggs to be Sold To Foreign Users WASHINGTON. Feb. 4--U.P.-- The government has hung a "forj sale to foreign users only" eign on 40,800,000 dozen eggs. These arc eggs that it bought last spring i KANSAS CITY. Mo., Feb. 3-j l ° sU PP° rl domestic prices.' j high More than 1.500,000 members of I T1 'c ejs arc not the kind that; Tho Dally llogistor.'ZOc a wc«kv by carrier boy. , '» ·' proceeds irom the social are to 20 to the church building fund. Chairmen of the acting committees are Mrs. Frank Patterson, program chairman; Mrs. Joe Harris, chairman of refreshments; and Mrs. Jess Stunson, chairman of advertising. The lesson given at the February meeting of the Guild was led by Mrs. Jeorge McNabb. )! was changed to a four-year the Fraternal Older of Eagles in i U. S. housewives can use. They A and in 1904 the first of t h e j o v e r a thousand American com- were de-shelled, dumped into huge .·tit three buildings on College mu:iities w i l l begin a year-long containers and frozen before the government bought them. Other's attending the meeting}i" l f »17 agriculture, in addition to those previously I Leaves Wife, Two Children mentioned were: Mesdames Ralph'. -JM IC icconc j buildin 0 was Abbcv. John Fuller, Leonard Good- street was completed. The school celebration of the Order's Golden _ . - was fully accredited that year. ] Anniversary Friday, Feb. G. The Agriculture Department last The school grew'under Mr. Tay.' Plans for the nation-wide ob-I^J . g '' lv , c ."£ ils 1offorl , s J? sel1 lor. In 1907 manual training was servance were announced from na-i . ^ ' " t o ^ k c r s and confectioners added and the school was accepted tional headquarters here by Ray- ! n im ? country oecausc egg las a member of the North Central.mond P. McElroy. Eagle presi- Association of high schools ami.denl, who described the Order as college.',. In 1913 came domes-ticl"thc largest benefit fraternal or- sciencc, in 1912 the commercial jganization in the world." department, in 1916 chemistry and j Thc Fraternal Order of Eagles. BREAKFAST at the DeLux Sandwich Shop HOT 1JISCWTS HAM. BACON, SAUSAGE FRESH COUNTRY EGGS. HOT CAKES GOOD COFFEE On West Elm y ? Block W, of Saline Hotel I i (according to Mr. McElroy. was .founded in Seattle fifty years ago Marion Man Killed In Mine Accident MARION, 111., Feb. 4--(U.E)_A Jr., Claude Parker, William Sloan, Jr.. Kenneth Stricklin, Sam con . on February 6 1898 as an inform;'coroner's jury ruled today that ,i r ,i al . "society. of good, fellowship," Iloy.Barwick, 44. of Route One, i uuui*-i ifiipi,,,] , n 1QV9 'inn the third .j"».»v,«.j ^i *,""" iv,..«..^... r , i«v "«·· · Jimmy ,, ,, : , : " iqoo T-ivlnr Fiolfl t h e ' w i l h o n l v six ori g inal members. .Marion, TM»" ffob i. ^iron 1 ^ t^cin e r ' Signal for the formal opening head inj - the bndegroom for many years. ^" -3 ^5-'je lie i,e FerVell. Following the ceremony, a buf- fel supper was served from' an Lebanon Sunday School c n d e r of thc Eagle fie hi n in llunor 01 - Vlr - la - v101 - came to his death from injuries suffered in an un- celebra- avoidable accident yesterday while tion will come from the White at work at the Black Diamond from common colds That Hang On Creomulslon relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed bronchial mucous .,,« i-'L branes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the Tin- derstariding you must like the way It 1 1 House where President Truman--i strip coal mine No. 4 east of here, i quickly allays the cough or you are himself a life member--will re-' Barwick was trapped between a W h\ W jfL FRIENDS at and pink and blue ro' es from which white satin streamers extended to white metal baskets filled »vith .vhitc :nap lira elaborately decorated table. Above i H O J ( I S Monthly Social I Mr. Taylor married Leah Mitch- iceive the Order's Golden Anni-] cutting machine and falling coal lhc table hung a nosegay of lilies- Th Lcbanon gundav school met! e11 in April. 1394. and a short time versary Civic Service Award, Mr. and rock. He died while being of-lhe-vallcy and pink and blue recen ,| v a « th c \v A Williams i 1 ? ( - er ^ e couple moved to 212 East .McElroy announced. taken to Herrin hospital. home for a regular monthly social. LX hurc i' streetl V? e sit , e . up °, n whic l 1 i Olher highlights of the Golden ' ' --^ The earlv part of the evening [they have continued to live, alt Anni versary celebration, which | . .s spent in group singing, prayer,! though a new house was built. ?flr . McElroy said would be ob,i^,,v.^ ^o,ii«n TM,f P.ii.lo f o n - . Mrs. J aylor and tneir two children. scm , ( i ;,, somc manner in everv to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chesi Colds, Bronchitis -HABERDASHERS on Alain Street I: V I -· i '^- 1 -J.\ -iHiif» r^S -· 18 Sparkling Prisms! 11 ] /2 inches high! t Complete with Cord and Plug! r No more than 2 to a .customer! only lace-covered table. Mr. and Mrs. Stille are spendi their honeymoon at the Edgewa ter Beach hotel in Chicago. They plan to continue their studies at Roosevelt College and will enter the I'niversity of Chicago next fall. They will be at home at 3.'514 Warner Avenue, Chicago. Miss Lena Jackson Weds JSil! Roper of Carrier Mills Mr. and MLS. A. C. Jackson announce thc marriage of their daughter, Lena, to Bill Roper, son j of Mr. and Mrs. Orlie Roper of Carrier Mills. The ceremony was performed in the presence of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lebo of Carrier Mills.-on Jan. 25, at Osceola, Ark. Mrs. Hoper wore a pale blue street length dress with black accessories. Mrs.- Lebo chose for the occasion gray with black accessories. Mr. Roper wore a tan gabardine business suit and Mr. Lebo a b-own business suit. The bride is a graduate of Harrisburg Township high school in the class of '46, and is employed by the Southeastern Illinois Gas Co., in this city, which position she will Mr. Roper is a graduate ,,,K;»O ' was spent in group singing. }iay*=i,\*----° - - - - - T .. , ··"· .m,unv.y aum «vuiu K VH- scripture reading and Bible con-, Mrs- Taylor and tneir two children. scrvcd in somc manncr ; n every tests Burin* the social hour! I"S !ls :1 - Taylor, manager of Radio onc O f t ] lc organization's 1.531 ! which followed the entire group! Station WEBQ. ami Mrs. Hudson i oc}{ , c homes--called "Aeries"-- nd»"fc'L' «: n : M , 0 H !n'c« W rni intiTPsiinc I Hellmich of St. Louis, survive. i w n i include "Milton Dollar Nisht" Charles A. Taylor, liar' ' participated in several interesting | Menmicn 01 ai. uou«,. MU vm . . w , n inc iude "Milton Dollar Mi fiames and contests ' There are two grandchildren, hud-festivals, to be staged early p^rlTtf u-m-P served be son and Susan "*"TM ch - | March, and a series of Anmver-' f ' h» TMina on loH to The fot Also surviving are two brothers. ' sary Banquets, schedued for June, i £TMnl- Mr »n g H £S Fdri Tones Da » Ta ' lor o£ Pucbl °' Col °- and ' Eagle achievements, which Mr. Mr Ind ^"flen^ TM*?XT. TM T ^ lor -? £ Long B Cach ' C - a - lif ' W«»' M ^^ and Mrs. Olean Williams and c h i l - j ' dren, Donna Sue and James Leon-1 afd; Mr. and Mrs. Vergil Manker and daughter, Mary Ellen: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Colter and daughter, Judy; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pern- i ^ berton and children, Truia, Lee "· Austen, and Kenneth; Mr. and Mrs. i Reggie Patterson and daughters,; Marita and Wanda Sue; Mrs. Agnes 1 Logan and daughters, Oma Fern and Noma Lee. The next meeting will be held "Signing of thc Social Security 'life member, in 1935. after a 14.. r 'year campaign by the Order for a it-live pallcearers Friday will ' H a tj 0 nai social security law. Kay Gobem Oliver Woods John l « Esl:?blisnment O f "a 83.000,000 Rose Rldg.- n nnvPnnnrl f ep' Parker' ' JIemorial Foundation for the wel- M i or^i p»r« pi,Hn ,^-e and cducat'sn of children of will be honirarv Ea « le serv!cc me » who § ave their * MMUAJS * i 0 M Karraker D |Iives in World War IL George TMii^er' R' i "First Mother's Pension Law Burglaries/ robberies and thefts are increasing/' Get our Residence Burglary policy that covers all three Roberls0n r Credos , Representing THE TRAVELERS, Hartford 1000 li. .Mcuenee, ueorge niuggt;, *i. i ._..-"·'". .··«""--,--"-"'" .. , C Davenport. Joe Morris. Stanley'(Missouri Law) in the nation's -- --v « " r v.-j-, Wilson. Curtis G. Small, Dr. H. .history sponsored by the Eagles. on March 6, at the home of Edd | j Ralcv IIarrv Dorr j s , clarence. Fir - st ^or.-vmens Compensation Jones. Calendar of Meetings Pride of Arrow Rebekah lodge 1 Harper." W. B. Westbrook, J. M. AC t a v i s c o n s i n L a w ) to be adopted Pruclt. Frank P. Parker, C. A. m the T T n:ted states -- drafted by Sloan. Herman Towle, Lloyd L. an Eagle and supported by the Parker. Thos. D. Gregg, Roscos urc!ci Metcalf. i "First Old Age Pension Law. en**Mrs Bruce E. Keen and Mrs., acted in'Montana after an Eagle JIHtie Barthel. sisters of Mrs. Tay- campaign. This law was introduc- lor and Mr. Keen were expected , ed by an Eagle legislator and will hold its" school of instruction ] to arrive here today from Indian- signed by an r,agle governor." Thursday at 7:30 p. m. in the a polis. I. 0. 0. F. hall. Visiting Rebekahs Mot;*- Company. Carrier Mills. the High in Registration of h . tne home o ; until fui in,-: p a( , aic made. Losers of a contest recently held ; by the High School Westminster j ! Fellowship, of the First Presbyter- Vehicfes SPRINGFIELD, Ill- Mr. McEiroy also cited the fact jthat the fraternity has paid out in jsick benefits alone a total of S63- i 859.351.82 since it was founded, j 1 In one year. June 1. 1946, to June ; j l , 1947, he said sick benefits 'amounted to $18,458,388.69. Feb. Oogs To;l«e Taxes What beauty! \Vhct sparkle! Your j.Tjj !r:onds end ne.ghfacrs wi!! cdmire :i¥*J them in your home! Thc 18 pi isms cto unbrcckcblo. Base is crystal gloss. Trim is gold-color. Hurry . 1 . ibKS^^Mii..- ---- 1 \\iil reach her at Room 313. care of j ^^ wju fafe g regular stated ; lions Tv .'enty-four new'cars were ': the hospital. meetin" of the White Shrine registered for every junking cer- ' A row 7^TrtbrIto7for home Thursday at 7:30 p. m. at the Ma- Uficate issued, the office report- ·usc features" a rubber cup attach-jsonic temple. ' R e g i s t r a t i o n of drivers also was ! ment for gum massage. , Thc meeting of the missionary at an all-time high, the office said. | societv of the Christian church will with 3.296.399 licenses issued ! be held at the home of Mrs. Cur- since May 1. 1945. Chauffeurs |tis Small Thursday at 7:30 p. m. registrations during 194* totaled instead of Friday afternoon be- 214.318. ! cause of the funeral of Mr. Harry A total . 'automobiles and 48,540 new trucks , c e n t o f. an estimated dog uopuia i iwere among 'last year's registra- j jj on O f 25,000 had licLr.sei in 1847., ted -lions. Twenty-four new'cars were · ----------_- -- ._ . J. R. Metcalf, M. Ph. New Camera Room 18 S. Mill .-. R. METCALF'S SKILLFUL Placement of Fresnell Lites will »5o the very thing you have looked for in Portraits. PHONE 1280 For Appointment Let the artistry and magic of Fresnell by J. R. METCALF, M. Ph. Camera Man, do things for your hair and eyes that create Glamour. NEW CAMERA ROOM 18 S. Mill ,St. Harrisburg BY APPOINTMENT ONLY ·it\ ~T" ^."7 ,, n( WfUlTUIV Relieves Distress Of MONTHLY fo: v '" hllc su lasls! ;o MA:L DERS of 2.121,079 vehicles s^o PHONE ORDERS » HURRY TO ! fi! SO Helps BUM UP Red Blood! . * . . . * » · * ? _ enriCmbsr folks, it's Harrisburg. 111. Do female functional periodic disturbances make you suffer pain, feel so nervous, restless, irritable -- at such tbncs? Then DO try Lydia E. P' akliani'sTABLETS to relieve such symptoms. Pinkham's Tablets are also one of the best home ways to hclo build up red blood m simple anemia. A pleasant[Stomachic; tonic. T?ITV Taylor. Pension Rivalry ^ Blamed for Threa! 01 Coal Strike WASHINGTON. Feb. 4--U.E-- were licensed last year, the office said, including 1.751.987 passenger cars:: 287.707 trucks: 51.849 trailers and semi-trailers: 22.508 motorcycles and 7.028 dealers plates. Mrs. Frances Parks, 71, Dies ar Her Home in Corner MiiSs m'c am S ti - .^ « r i i i vJnd c sysvobie gifr of- Skcggs " V A L ^ N T J N S H5ART BEATS TSr, best lines of ocrf^mc cmci K v c : - = LELO'NG A Luctcn Lcloni: Lip^ick icam- cd with a lucilc applicator that flawlessly otillines your lips . . . instantly perfects their beauty. In Kiiiht Fashioned Keyed Lipstick Colors $2 plus fax 3 brands of candies in heart shaped boxes v The Leading Wo Wrap Packages For Soft coal producers said today' jM rs , Frances Parks. 71. resident ; that the rivalry' between John L.' O f Carrier Mills, died Tuesday at (Lewis and Philip Murray to win 10:30 a. m. at her home. Mrs. pensions for the members of their parks, widow of thc late Robeit big mine and steel unions is partly Paiks. had been in failing health to blame for a threatened coal for the last two years as the re- strike this'spring. .-ult of a paralytic stroke. Murrav. president of United She was thc daughter of me Steelworkcrs (CIO), has been ne- Irte Mr. and Mrs. Brack Cain o: gotiating for an insurance and pen- Carrier Mills. Her funeral w-1. sion plan with thc U. S. Steel be held Thursday at 1:30 p. m. Corp. since last April when thc .-,t the Church of God. Norn; current contract was signed. In- Friend and Harrison streets. Car- formed sources said the parties i icr Mills, where she was a mcir.- were making substantial progress Rev. Little will officiate ami and appeared on the verge of interment will be in Salem ccme- agrcement late last year. u-iy. The body will lie in s^aic Onc source said that Lewis, at the Miller funeral home umii president of thc United Mine ine hour of the funeral. I ]Ji;i!3lUJtd IV J l l l l l V i J ' «4gVl4 WV. -» "v- J . ·*-« *%*»j · · · v » » - - . - 4 ' pensions would be paid from the Moody. Ernest Moody, and bvercu ; Bituminous Welfare and Retire- brothers, mcnt Fund. This fund, totaling almost $50.000.000. is raised by a 10 Attend Funeral LOSEOUT-LAST OFFER dresses for you at a fraction of their cost to us! SNALLY SOLD AT $19.95 to $89.50 of them are of the higher price Sines. j cents a ton levy on all coal mined. . _ i Operators have rejected the Ix:w- Av S-»U is demand. They made it clear that they would not consent to any disbursements from this fund «:i j til Lewis agrees to set up thc in accordance with the Irusl as required by thc Taft law - yt'tt diccf Saturday a.'i Thc funcrol was held at K-- rnsl Baptist church of «)" Quoir. }\-\ I E. Lcc, former pastor ol ii.o First" Baptist church of llat-| r, burs, officia'.cd at lhc service i ; ;,d burial v;as in Elhvillc ccrr.c , Indian Government Asked to Resign Over Gandhi Death NEW ~ DELHI. Feb. 4--Cr»_ « i O . _ Anti-extremist rioting in India , _ ]waned today, at least temporarily. Body OT las Indian Socialists demanded the f^ann War II Dead, to .resignation o f t h c government f o r " . ' t * c u l l failure to prevent thc assassination Arrive Mere ret). I I i of Mohandas K. Gandhi. , , , _ , ,. ,, T^_,,, I No new incidents were report- The body of S«t. Harry b. Ran . led aftor a dav of comparative ''.no was kill«l in actioi, m Uu 1 quiet throughout India yesterday iopc and whose body is bc,n^ rc- which saw normal business resum- turned home for final »ntcrmcnt ed in thc half dozen areas where vill arrive in Harnsburg b - t r a i n attacks against lhc extremist Ma- «« Wednesday morning. IT,. u. hasabha cull broke out after Gand- rpon arrival thc body wi" w hi's death. Only four minor inoi- l.Aon to the home of Sgl. Kanns idcnU; were reported in New Delhi, p.ircnis, Mr. and Mrs. Harry hann j Thc Socialist attack against thc of Carrier Mills. 'government centered in particular Funeral arrangements will be on Home'Minister Sardar V. Ps- .-jn!.ounced later. tcl. who is responsible for police and therefore protection of threat- The Daily Register, 2uc a WCCK. encd Indian leaders. , b carrier boy. Every Dress An Original Creation by the Country's Best Makers. he Reason Early Spring Fashions Are Arriving Daily. We must make room! ALL SALES CASH DISTINCTIVE FEMININE APPAREL 11 |l 'Hi d ,-»· f it JEWS PA PER I

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