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THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL. K1UDAV, FEBRUARY 0, I'.MK PAGR. THW 'a?MÂ§KT.OM. I V l i ' - t "' v,Â« i-iili wins 8,500 ** * * . (](.Â· IIIOl''.' til"" vi-:n CATARRH }SUFFERERS Ig TO N A S A L iu.r... --SHED n:nci Â£,',,,, 1,-rt.ird .'f Â«Â·Â«'*Â· ^vr.i.Â« : ioÂ»Â«^..Â«rs BIRTHS To Alt', and Mrs. Earl Hays, i:ii/abethtown, a boy, horn at l,i;:litncr hospital, Wednesday. To Mr. and Mrs. Claud I l c f l i n , Cialatia, a girl, born yesterday at Lighlnt To Mi Social and Personal Items :^^ Presbyterian Class Sponsoring licnefit Tea The Young Adult class of the , a girl, born yesterday at |.-j r?t i' re sbytcrian church is spon- ,-r hospital. .1.soring a benefit tea on Friday, dr. and Mrs, Weldon Wat- Feb. KJ, at 7:30 p. in. which will of C h i c a o , a girl. born .. ....... ,, ..... ,, , ................... be given in the lower rooms of the church and to which the pub- on Jan. 22, in Chicago. The baby Other class officers include Mrs, Wm. G. Gilchrist, Jr.. vice prcsi 3 Molone Ave., Peoria, Thinks Is The -Best Medicine There Is dent; and Mrs. Lowell W. Moore, secretary-treasurer. On the evening of the tea a pageant entitled, "Queen of Hearts Party," with a cast of 50 from the Primary department of the Sunday School, will be presented under Wedding Shower for Mrs. James Strickliu Mrs. James Stricklin, the former Sadie Lou 1'earcy, whose inarnat,e lo Mr. Slricklin was a recent event, was guest of honor at a shovvei fiivcn recently by Mrs. Venue Pearcy at the Emery Abney home, llarrisburg, HFI) 1. The bride was presented w i t h an array of gifts, which included ] several sent by friends who were j unable to attend. ; Guests present were: Mcsdamcsi !:obert Boyett, Brad Dunn, Koyi Caldwell. Dave Brarnlet, Oral; Webb, Wayne Smith and children, i JJarrcll Angclly, Whit Gibson, Her-, schel Yarbrough, Alvey Hawkins., Glynn McCormick. Carrie Norcni|' berg, James Thompson, Evans, Ralph Pallisier, w i t h : ! r(lirius V'i.V.n'M-r-; f " r Â« o r t ) y c v ! r . j ; j , ".,..;'., v;,--. so hrnl 1 could .;Â·',,!i"vv:.iic. I am v:i ywn; Â· Â· d i t l i o i l t Icr me t" K'-i .,",'.'k,;i,,jiii UK- li:(Â«'!ii::nt. cv, )iH -, (I a uVl'iiccidctl ir Â«ive : the IK'!" . Ix'ttLT. 1 hope lo :il!cr uikm." :i l ,..;i.. iv. 1 UK!: inuc.i 'ininvcliwk-.. ' " Kentox i". the besf, medicine there is and would recommend'it to anyone." Why Not Try Rontox Today? Â·Thi 1 .; splendid medicine containing 20 herbal smd other ingredients nuiy be just the medicine you need to put you ' I the direction of Mrs. James Areris- man. Cecelia "\V. Wagner, Lacy Hw ! || bard, 'John Blue, Tom Williams, I rig Moore,'A. . the road to better hy.-iUh. Kentox where she attended the DuBarry Â»^**Â» \* r v\rÂ»u* A^riv"^, * -J-... - ( , Oral Suver, Gilbert Maynard, Wai-1 Miss Jenelle Ferrell, an employe tc , smith, Lois Buchanan, R u t h , f Skaggs Pharmacy, returned pk-kiord, Ruby Spangler, Gail Wednesday night from St. Louis Denny, Everett Stricklin, RoDcri; b;;i!!'. rich red Wood, relieve.; arthritic and rheumatic pains by removing toxic poisons from the system. Kidney :md (Â·.ill bladder trouble ;ire relieved so th;it you no'.longcr lose ?!Â«:; due to frwment U^Uini; up nJKhts. I-Â·'Â· t ptp and energy 1-1 i n r n and you once more will have zest for food. Why not '.iVVinmv cheek-; :i real zest lor KXKI. w i i y noi gei ;Â« "" r . ct "'?.. 1 ! r " ? vhÂ»Â»:-nil boUlc of Kentox from your dru g Â«ist "" V i TV, rro-i'i!" "t 'ill i t o d a y and sec how much younger, : M i n ' - h o v e l iwi'nsid ! more nctivc and alive you will look and '"'','. :t'V."t Invinr the I feel. Be sure to get the genuine Kentox '" "had I think ! Compound. Â· l Â» r - n o f l y a reli ar Price ' of Sfyle Tin- Main TAILORS--HATTERS--HABERDASHERS on Main Street Cosmetic school''of instruction, at wJiieh time she received detailed instructions relevant to hair treatment, and proper methods of applying makeup from a New York I representative of DuBarry Cosmetics. Mrs. Emma Francis, who has been quite ill for the last three weeks due to a heart ailment is slowly improving but will be con- __._. fined to her bed for three weeks .last Wednesday, ~- longer according to her physician's The occasion was planned by ^irs. statement Friends may visit her Fred Thompson, and Mrs. Boai- at her home at 7 North McKinley right. . , ; Just as school was being dismissed for the noon hour, a group Denny, Everett Stricklin, . Hunter, Fred Hollerson and son, ^ Raymond Pickford, Emery Abney, j Howard Pearcy; Misses Shirley fe Boyett, Barbara Denny, Maxine!E Smart, Nina Ilooten, Noveda oiiet- j @g ler, Barbara Webb, Dorothy Pear-, cy, and Anita Rose Abney. ! Surprise Dinner at Bankslon j For II. R. Boat-:ight ; H. R. Boatright, principal of i Bankston school, was honored y.-itn; surprise birthday dinner, given at the avenue. ....,, Oehm of Eldorado left yesterday for Daytona Beach, Fla.," where she will remain for a month's visit with her sister, Mrs. George White. She was' accompanied by her sister, Mrs. T. J. Westbrook, of Steelsville, Mo. Mrs. Cora Hamilton, 318 South J.-'ckson street, is observing her lOth birthday with a dinner-party at her home today. Guests include her neighbor, Mrs. Flo Pyle, ! and her sisters, Mrs. Cleo Ray, Harco ond Mrs. Lessie Fowler ot Harrisbu'rg. Mrs. Oscar Agin, West O'Gara sl-eet. is a patient at W'elbbrn j Memorial hospital in Evansville, | Ind., after undergoing a major 'operation there Wednesday. Her condition is satisfactory. Mrs. with his neighbors and Inendsi filled the room singing "Happy,. Birthday." . ! Â·A bountiful meal was spread,; and a number of gifts were pre-; sented to Mr. Boatright. Those attending were: Messrs; and Mesdames Henry Palmer, Ar-i tliur Thompson, Harry Evans, ana ; son Floyd Schwartz; Mesdames Flora Boatright, Evelyn Parks,. Anna Thompson. Mabel Cash, Imo; Boatright, Blanche Williford.. J.ia ; ; bel Tolbert, Belle Deaton ana, daughter,' Marie Young, Lucy Â·bung," Fern Boatright, _Gladys. J 1/Ullgtf * V - Â» Â« Â» *-r~ -o 7 Rahm and son, Emma Schwart , , Agin's address is v 211, Wei- Miss ,, i Wiley, Karry Moore;; lariiouise Moore, the school born Memorial hospital. 412 East Fourth street, Evansville. tor your new look our new longer iHI^Â£ llt-f*l iix^y**^*- -- -- Â·" -- 7 children, and Mr. Boatrignt. Miss Betty Bynum Weds at Garv. Ind. Miss Betty Bynum, daughter of Mi. and Mrs. Francis T-l. Byiuun o. Jr.'. or.-Ivji -- o-j: f=r.-ouj Co:c-::c. !he slip he: never r;cV, vj o: jw'.in? V/,:h o fio::cmg b.ai iop . . . o'sJio-ghJ 4 l,Â« :ho! goes ?o new teaglhs. Â«owÂ» tip'pÂ»*-Â«Â»cc from your hips Ai :hc scolloped recline, cppliqucd embroidery of bowknou ond Bowers - so doinly. so fine ycv'd ihinfc i: hcndscwn. N'o Bonder Â»ma:l Cvpids plan Jo Shis Coreitc lhciÂ» Volcniinc Q.f:. 'n luxurious. \vcshoble Bur-Mil crepe. I ivjj.. cUtu iii-io- -L i.ciiÂ»w*^ - -. - . - r -llStonefort, became the bride of I Edward D. Esping in a candlelight ceremony Saturday m the ngj 43rd Avenue Presbyterian church, ^ Â· Garv, Ind. Mr. Esping is the^son !oÂ£ Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Esping, 4144 I Connecticut, Gary. Rev. John W. ' Gbodpa'stiire officatcd at the cere- ,mony, and attending the cosroie 'were the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. 53 j Robert "Riester, and Walter My- | i ers. Ushers included James Bnggs ! of Croxvh Point. Ind., and Robert L. Riester. Gaiy. I The bride was given in marriage .by her brother. Buell Bynum. be; fore an altar flanked with white flowers and candelabra. She was dressed in a beige suit, the shoulder line of which was adorned with an orchid, and her accessories were brown. Mrs. Riester wore a jblue suit and a corsage 01 red roses. j For her son's wedding Mrs: i^sp- iing chose a black print dress which was complemented by a i corsage of chrysanthemums. I A reception, held in the church ! parlor, followed the ceremony. Af' ter a honeymoon trip of two weeks. ! which the couple plan to spend !in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Esping will jmake their home with the bndc- | groom's parents. The bride is a graduate of Cai rier Mills Community high school. and was formerly employed in the chemical laboratory at Gary i Works. i Her husband was graduated from | Lew Wallace high school and Purdue University where he majored I in engineering. His fraternity is Â·Phi Sigma Kappa. During the i war he served for three years in 'the Army Air Corp in the European theater of war. He is now em [ployed by Gary Wholesale Gro eery. Ezra Harris. Carrier Mills druggist, left Wednesday for a vacation in Florida. , Mrs. Thomas Brantlcy. 318 | South Cherry street, who v.nticr- 'wcnl a major operation at Harris- Â· burg hospital. Tuesday morninc. is ; recuperating satisfactorily, according to a report today. Rules Cony ids in Illinois Can Wi// Eyes to Eye Bank SPRINGFIELD. 111.. Feb. Â· -- (U.P.)--Atty. Gen. George F. Br.rrclt ruled today Tnat Illinois convicts can legally will their eyes Jo an eye bank for use in restoring Mght to the blind. , , , Barrett issued the opinion a* i-'ic , j request of Public Safety Director i \ T. P. Sullivan. The opinion ap- 1 1 j proved a legal form which c:wlcs prisoners to donate their cyo Â«o an eye bank alter doalh. Calendar of Meetings f DISTINCTIVE ) FEMININE APPAREL The Rainbov.- circle, of .i .-:'"Â· ..ill hord its regular monthly ir.ce*-,' ing Friday at 7 p. m. at 4 Â«he h^nir ot Mrs. Molly Disney. 'E w *..,.Â£.. ma , . ' , ; ' ^ U fl - %m i:;'l| $^ Il3Â£Â§t% WM $ 6$Â£*K WW Â· : t ; ^m *?%* V** "' ^" ; ' 'Â·? Collar and cuff emphasis Is expressed in the fascinating new detailing of these udvar.ee spring styles. Plaids, plain shades in filled, full-skirted types; free- 'swinging flared coats--in short, three-quarter, and full length. Mighty handsome and wearable for 'most any occasion! ---Â·^IMJ^IW-'.'ArAi.'/X.Jg? WASH FAST. PRESHRUNK PERCALES, AMAZING VALUES AT Sizes 12 lo 20 Sizes 38 to 52 V/ash frocks that will^keep you nresen'.able all day long for j "kitchen, for shopping! Plenty of arm and shoulder room for freedom and comfort^ Sturdy, cold-fast urinls or plain shades. Many styles have down-the-front opening for easier '"ironing. Styles fcr the slim and the riot- so-slim. Handkerchief Each Whimsy Printed Scarfs Size 24x24 fi Men's Nsw Ssfs Scs3ifor?5;ed Â© ' " ' ~' *K3^w*^fc:-v^--t;;-j:,iy sleeve.,, rouniy. Jnitton-doW!i @!PtfiiS^W flan bvcnsi-i;ackcts. In blue SKSS* lÂ§??^ mv Ilcavv iwit! siucks. Itein- forced sJitching iiirough- nut. r.oorr.y r-ockets. Straight rr.n of si'/.es. X Men's Ribbed or Work *RÂ» .^iS7 ^ e^ Pair J9c Values Perfect fit col ion rib socks. Reinforced heel and toe for longer wear. m$jt %* x?t%$ V. tes ei feo M /// "/' Regular $2.98 to j $3.29 values. Spec-' ial. Sizes up to 3. Pair Children's All- Rublier Psir Regular $1.98 "Values Men's AI! Rubber 4 BicckSes %, ^ i^T-' tj 1 9 Fair *s3SJS?*2 Men's "Test Â· Â·: m-'/-- Â· I. V/ \ :- vS.- \:^i For in; r.Y,ir. who wants i h e best. ^^ s^^ -^^ ^ S**^@ f*'/ ~ TTSÂ« ^:.^-- Pair Â· t ' ' Si/es :'.2 Tsr- . in America While the number of Ind:.ir. :: Oie United States 5s now given as j ! 333.9S9. an increase over 1S65. it is j i far below the estimated population t ; 1 of 848.000 in 1492. T.cM i-y Tc1. srir.foriVfd. full cist. !ny yr.'.jr correct size for rcnl ccr.-.f.'i* .i:;Â«l longer wear. ff l^ .\" Pair Sizes 6 to 10 1-2. nlack or Brow-n Elk Tanned Leather Work Shoes thai are oasy on the feet, Panco soles. Â·ffl Â·%^ _ *^ -tih ^Â·4^'jl Â·*-'aÂ£/Sf ^% I 'W ym: . : .-z-f. Â§efe me $m% fe-^ : ?v Â·'9 1 m4 |; NEWSPAPER!