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February 10, 1948

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THE DADA- REGISTER. HABKISBUKO. O-^. TUKSPAY. FEBRUAHY 10. 1948 PAGE THBM Social and Personal Items , Dorrisvillc Class Meets i With Mrs. Irene Landlord Mrs. Irene Landlord was hostess Thursday ovcniiu; to members of RESIDENCE BURGLARY AND OUTSIDE THEFT INSURANCE fr tit you* aeeeU ni. or Yotinu Married Women's class County Health Department Discussed at Woman's Club The full moaning ol county ' · · V A L 4 I 1 * l l V 1 4 1 l * * f ^ V * A* V \S V» I I I ,f health department, suggestions foi UK* i«jiui« iiiitiiivu iiuun,-ji.- tius i t s organization and rules lor it's of the Dorrisville Baptist church,! foimation were described by Dr. when they met lor a regular meet-' Charles .Sutton. ol Springiield. ing. ! guest speaker at a meeting of the During a .social hour mystery | »arrisbur« Woman's club, on Mon- pals exchanged gifts and refresh- i t!il v afternoon, ineuts ol .sandwiches, cake and! U''- Sutton, who is assistant to coflce were served to the follow-11-" 1 - Kichard lioyd. health ad minis- ,,,,;· I t i a t o r for the .state ol Illinois, Mc.sclamcs Iluby Wilson, Gay also Provided charts and statistics Out Our Way By Williams Hull, Mildred Atkinson, Colleen Cox, Ava Lyons, Wanda Abncy, Alice Kussell; Miss Joy Randolph, i i _ l ! . . _ . . .. t on recoided maternal and inlancy death rates, cases of vencral di! seasc and other i the hostess and her sons, , Leon and Roger Dale. ! The class will meet on !. at the home of Mrs. Gay Hull, 1 122« Longlcy street. . - - 1 ceases, throughout the state. 1 I Saline county is in need ol ·· communicable di- Tbat conn ... ... J t y health department was clearly ·till I \. II j t ^ .1; ,,,u* t . f i *... t lisAfsi i n » i » \ t\t\i\ * i\f. * llosc ROBERTSON, CRECELIUS Cr GHENT riio. 1000 Mrs-. Ada Dill. 417 West Elm indicated to those in attendance bv the alarmingly high percentage r;:te which Saline county earned, on all counts, as compared w i t h , oilier sections ol the state. , i Leo Richmond. 510 South Gran! , . · street entered Lightner hos- P.-.I -is niKh lo. - a major opera. * nl performed !n!s "morSg° P Mr. Uichmond operates the Super Her , TS'ftob sr r of . o r a n d Sloan stietts. ^ by the state in June 194U a ount y can ir »- lud -' P llbllc hcyllh *= " function of government just - /J 'W^SSti 1 ? 3 sy.stem, crime conUol, and THE TRAVELERS, Harl/ord Everett Hess was admitted to l i - h t n e r hospital yesterday afternoon ior treatment ol a lii-rn to his hand which he re- ce'ived a few days ago when a pan hot grease was overturned. ! pariment were described in I by Dr. Sulton. Such a department deals with severe pi eventive medicine only, and iLs| seven basic services include p u b - , lie health education, sanitation, communicable d i s e a s e contro:, i (through immunization, and in some instances, treatment) mater-, nal and child health, public health nursing, laboratory service, and GAS Help Get Food Digested to Relieve Yourself of fins Nervous Distress M)rs. Cecil Rice, Harrisburg, KFD, was taken to Lutheran hospital in St. Louis, yesterday, in ,,, ··in ambulance from the llarnsourg,vital statistics service, ' i u n e r a l home. Mrs. t Kice was a c - j K ro m its services a county can companied to St. Louis by her expect in return protection against) ! husband. [ communicable diseases, a sun.-,tan-| ' t i o l reduction in sickness, the sav- | Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.-ing O f lile, particularly of mo-| Tom Liiidlc, Harrisburg, RFD 2, u, ers and inlants, and improve' health generally. | health department func- time, arid consists of ppointive non-salaried board hich includes two phj- Thev in TRVlts) OM 6\VE WHUT fOPO THIN' THAT VOL) AMD NO-HONEST, CURLY, I HAINi'T CHEWIW' TOBACCER/THE6E A MIXTURE OF UIWINE LEAVES AM' MASJZANJITA BARK IM CHEWIN)'/ I HAVE SO i QUIT SMOKIW--I err 50 NERVOUS/ JEST A6- THE ESCAPIST Aid Must Not Hit U. S. Freedom: Toft (Continued from page one) did not present "a very reliable picture of the character of individual public men." "Men are classified into radi- I cals, conservatives, liberals or progressives," he said. "They arc presented as the tools of labor or Big business. Few are really subject to influence and most arc (.sincerely desirous of bringing about a belter America and a happier people." j Taft addresses the Association | of Commerce at JMoomington, 111., i tonight. BIRTHS To Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cooper, 312 West Lincoln street, a boy, 1'orn last night at Lightner hos- i p:lal. baby girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Wagner, Jr.. at Mt. . Vcrnon, 111., Feb. 8. The baby , has been named Brenda Kay. To Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Sherrod, 703 West Poplar street, a girl, i who has been named Cynthia Lou] ise, born Saturday at Lightner hospital. Spectacles Spectacle Repairing \ (has. S. Boicourt Optometrist 110 N. Vine Harrisburg Phone 459-R Isicians and one dentist. SftMSS 5 ?^ i IXL ~ . T kS, f *« iv~v ,.- -- ceived notice !.^W*and £as VVcqu"itly~ca'-tee a mor- Commanding D S tou'cV irctrui. £r£?dc-Sh' S i Course Dept condition, loss or appetite, uncle. u.tlfc,n». .^^··fs bleep. ·AeaJ'.ilCbS. To'crt rta rellt-r ou must Increase . J-S or this MUI gastric juice Mccll- ;»'Authorities, in independent labora- ·?«· tV-ti. 0:1 human stomachs, luuc bv £'...ej.'oo: shov.n that SSS Tonic :-, coc k IS ^V'reU cirocwe in lr.rrf.slnr «»»- i Division at rr.3-.i.L. · .«. ,,...,, «,, c _..rir** Hit** l,/l\ 1.MWH "»- Vll health officer who has met state qualifications, and i _ \ . * « t - ··* »··- - - - --i it '·, too llttie or scanty due '·o'k n"c"-n-fi.»nlc .stomach disturbance TVS 's 'c!x.e to the SSS Tonic rormina ifeich contains special and potent actl- .'."",,,,. insredlents. Vso SSS Tonic helps build-up non- r-^i'.c wii: v:aterv blocd ill nut.-l- ?-cnM anorr.la-so with a C°Od flOA- of ·'-« gastric t!li;cstlve juice, plus rich rM- bTood -.011 should cat better, sleep betfr^ ·tfl setter v.orlc bettor, play better. · .old pvsnlshlBB yourself with over- doVte of -oda r.nd other alkallzcrs to ssasysKSwsrs.ci s- food for bodv strength and valt! Join the ho.st. o. hdVpy people SSS To::;c tas helped Mlluo:.-; o! boti.^ -old. Oft a bottle of =SS Topic fro-.n'-.our ciruc .stoie today. ££S Tcnlc Helps iJuUd Sturdy Health. Saturday f f i c e r o f _ - - . _ ._ , Course Dept.. that their son, bgt. I % v i l h his approval, other profcs- i.lohn ilancocK, because of his ex- · ccllent character and potential qualities has been selected to attend i the Leaders Course. Sgt. 1Ian ;| bpec i a lists w i t h the Third Armored Ft. Knox. Ky. WASHINGTON. Feb. JO--(U.R)-- Lewis H. Bro-An. chairman of the board of Johns-Manvillc Corp.. recommended today that clollar-a-year i '" "^A'nri~"Ln/.h ·,« 'nubile! businessmen be "given the key jobs Sfh Ju^^C c S ng^|in the European recovery program health nducator. and i a educator, needed. other' tailed " information with the subject by Dr. Sutton. i Mrs. Vada' Kunath of Herod, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. O. l JW^^^^.3^j=a;i«^sr'te 'night, after suffering a relapse f ^.hat lh ^.;f. h :/ a - Stntin£/ thal ! Saturday. (ERP). "Such men can save the United icciansis ** nccucv,. statcs bli|jons of dol iars." he told Pamphlets containing more dc} ,, Foreign Affairs com- r.n^i inim-mntmn in connection· m :,. ce supplied Brov , n ^ aid hc does not believe lit possible "to secure for the sal- Preceding Dr. Sutton s talk, iirs., ar j cs t jj a t arc customarily paid in government service the kind of men who can successfully carry out this enormous task."Brown, at the request of Gen. Lucius D. Clay, made a study of Jack L. Mattim Upon the" Earth." Stating tnat February is a month for rememDer- ing, Mrs. Durham recalled l h c .^^ I O J _ ^^ ,, , birthdays of the great presidents, i ^n^Tions" in'^Germany last spring Lincoln and Washington: the r e - i - · · · -- -----·-- »-- mcmberance of God with the be- , Ilobart Rouse. 25. iCofield. 26. both of Carrier In connection with the study he also visited Britain, Sweden, Bel- France and Switzerland. nai ii3u«»e- j 01 rra«:i "" »»·"".· 1 "- ,~"j..~~, i in making bis recommendation and Mildred S t i n g aside as Brotherhood «e2lc. r thc u ^ o Q . dal iar-a-vear men. ;arricr Mills, the week of Feb. 22 thiougn 2» B d ERl , s hould be ad- bv the Federation ot Women s mini . tcrccl bv a efubs- and of thc great drives i !TMV±, T, ~ | IliC'lIluciau^u «' ^.v-- --_-- 3ISO i tin«'ly, 20. and Flora; o i n n ing of Lunt: the World Dai f , i u m i H . Pyles. 21. both of Harrisburg. i 0 £ Prayer on Friday JL3^thc^set- { ln Wakh Band Irokss! or even weakening? Don't risk losing your watch. Come in to Winklemans TO- D-XY for quick repair. H it can't be fixed you'll find a good selection of new bands at wonderfully low prices. HIKE ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL REPAIR WORK Remember Folks It's WINK! F U R GOS1ISAKES! separate agency j heard of the fur-lined efubs; and of the great cinvesj j;^ adc j b ' an administrator of-hvcll. here's a- matchin .. i launched this month to advance |Cab;nct ^^ responsi |,i e t0 t h e ' bathing suit and'umbrella, model ! ana insure the health of the na-, p - dft t Tho c ! 0 llar-a-year men j e d recently at a Miami Beach, Fla., " Speaking of Lincoln s " I p " - - , - . . . , i - . . . , . .. ·:-- :,,« tion. J tlv'll. »JJ"-*.****·*»£ ~ ~ . ias an exemplification of Amcrican- ii-m, Mrs. Durham spoke of the u " 'mgent need of a Lincoln in our \\orld crisis today, of a man \\as never without God, of a would serve under the administrat- Onc of the biggest fur fashion costs what show. Since ermine it does, the French-Spanish Border Reopened HENDAYE, France. Feb. 10--' I CJ.H)--The French-Spanish border, 1 : closed since Feb. 27, 1946, opened, on schedule today and the lirst, .French train crossed the frontier' · into Spain shortly after noon. Confusion developed when the i earlier Paris-Lisbon express pull-. ed into Hendaye station "at 8:40, a. m., however, and its 80 passengers had to gel off and w a l k , across the International bridge to' Iiun in Spain. . Arrival of the Lisbon express v.as accompanied by a flood ol orders and counter-orders descend-} ing on officials on both sides. ' The passengers passed through! immigration and customs inspec-' tion. They then reboarded the) ti-ain with expectations they would j be taken across the border into; Irun, where the French narrow 1 guage line ends and they must 1 transfer to the wider Spanish; guage. ! Finally it was decided for un( explained reasons that the train ( \\ould not continue over the bor- t dcr. Passengers got out, lugged j their baggage across the t bridge! Vmi'vo i ana took another train. ' bathtub A lar S e crowd of c , ur 'T 5 - t( ? V ' nb -' «TMlmi I People, peasants and officials OL both nations surrounded the sta tion when the train arrived. A general holiday atmosphere ' Gov. Green Issues Two Proclamations SPRINGFIELD. 11!., Feb. 10-l'.I_Gov. Dwight H. Green is' sued two proclamations today call- 1 :n; attention to the World 'Day lot" Prayer. Feb. 13, and Maine I Memorial Day. Feb. 15, commemo- | rating the sinking of the U. S. .battleship Maine that touched o f f ; 'he Spanish-American War. i The Daily Register, 20c a week. DOES COUGHING RUIN YOUR SLEEP? 3-WAY RELIEF! Fe« Unqnegtionable References Elmer Amrnon Phone 877, P. 0. Box 129 HarrJjsbnrg SIMPLE NIGHT-TIME PLAN RELIEVES THOUSANDS Many ;;rl lo .sleep easier by pulling this rough drop in mouth at Wdlimc. kfepiugSniitli Brothers box at bedside. Iiigrvdifiits )(«,.; use ,l |,y doctors help coughs due lo colds 3 big ways: !· Ease throat tickle 2* Soothe dry membranes 3* Help loosen phlegm STILL ONLY j* . J Might and day America's favorite for 100 yean suit is » - into lhc legislation "the fun- damcnlal requirements necessary * birth of I for success." ^ ^ Confess not ^n, »" -stern Europe's re- hung over Hendaye and other bor- | costs wnat u uous, uiu ;"···" der areas . where opening of ths t problems! strictly for show, just what .atsy f ronticr has brightened the econ- Congress. he said, is to j Simmons, of Washington, D. C., is | o - m j c p j cture doing. '! omic picture. STOW-A-WAY DOCJU to SK^'c-ss-Tk cw;"^ ,, Qt tain! Music for the afternoon prov?ded by Charles A. Ferguson who sang "Just a Weary-n tor You." apd "Somewhere a Voice is Calling." , ' Announcement was made of tne, meeting of Feb. 23rd. winch «»"' ChoJSSer Elected ^^^ of j County Judges Ass'n see any reason v.hy| County Judge Ralph W. Choisser Congress should determine that S28.000,000,000 or now 000 is necessary." he said. "Nor County Judg has returned" from a three-day meeting of the Illinois Probate and iation, at which Su//a Drugs Reduce Meningitis Deaths RESTLESS HIGH-STRUNG due to this functional 'middle-age' cause? Arc you between the ages 38 and 52 , and [joinq through that trying lunc- t.onal 'middle-age' period peculiar to \vomen*~Docs this make you suffer from liot flashes, feel clammy, so nenous. Irritable, weak? Then DO try Lyclla E. Pinklmm's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms! It's famous for this! Many wise ·middle-age* women take Plnkham's Compound regularly to' help build up resistance against this distress. Plnkrmm's Compound contains no opiates--no habit-forming drugs. It helps nature (you know what we mean!). This great medicine also has what Doctors call a stomachic tonic effect. 1VOTK: Or you mar prefer LYDIA E. FINKIIAM'S TABLETS with added Iroi Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND CHICAGO. Feb. Prompt diagnosis 10. -- (U.R) -and treatment with sulfa drugs has reduced the mortality rate from meningitis 35 per cent a former Navy doctor SUlCl 'S WALK in smart meeting 01 rco. .ioiu. »»-·-·· ··-·-|ior :o.ouu.uuu,uvu iui uu honor lhc past presidents of tlie i monl h s operation' of the ^,..1- ! nlon Tho n v i c i l i n l rPfllH . , .. T - nc administration has asKea c { cctcc } resident at the meeting, will' for $6.800.000,000 for the first lo he!d a t ' t h c stevens hotel in Chi' club. Calendar of Meetings plan. The original request f o r ^ a n j j u ' dgc choisscr was in charge overall authorization to spenu Si',-1 0 £ y, c Friday morning session. 000.000.000 on the four-year pro-! .,..,,:,,,,, ...u:,.?, ,,«,,. /r.cnc hofnm cram was withdrawn.^ t Recreation Area The Alpha circle of the Presby-j p or Hospital Vets ^Sl°MSre^ m 1?ortrG a rS:!6ctS Gov't Approval gcr street, at 7:30 this evening. Presbyterian tcVTcirclc Mrs.'Oliver Woods: "-12 for the East Church street: Carrie \Mlson ,a ,, s . * -- "--'.«.- ^iucy. Sarah \V meet "t 156! mann circle church. wnl | during which new cases before (the supreme court involving the i Probate ac', v/ere discussed. · Jntcrestins tr.rK were made by ! William F. Waur:b. probate judge j of Cook county: Dr. Morris Braude, i psychiatrist at the Cook County i Psychopathic hospital: and Edward ,··,, ! T " Lo'icr"an. deputv director of WASHINGTON'. Feb. lO--*-*- ^ hc depanment of public welfare. Rep. C. W._ Bisnop. R- _HL. ^aid i ' Mr. Vernon Business Man Dies use" of""hospitalized xctc-j A , T ; VERNOX ,,,.. Fcb . i 0 ._CI!) and Wild- 1 --Fred P. Watson, pioneer Mt, o'urc j Vcrnon businessman whose com- be coiiNtnictc'l on! pany used to supply most of the of 116 cases of meningococcie in-1 fections during World War II. j .-- I The Daily Register. 20c a week.! Now She Shops "Cash and Carry" Without Painful Backache ·When 3iscr»3crof kidney function .n jour n a c K n c . loss of 1CP and cncnr.'. scums: «.» .ncss under the eye*. ARCH SHOES \ t of The regular business meeting Delta 'Thcta Tau wh.cn voH at 7 p. m- Thur, da in «o". crnmcnt-O'A ncd cv lo build the lot! * i \tlt ' J / M i l U^VW *.V »'*«f|-"«- - - T'jpu'i^ Mon-j horse-drawn vehicles for southern! . which\\ill be j "linois. died yesterday at his ,.ome. -- r « . n f . . i r \ f c i llrt^-rt I , with smartir.R and bisniinK um « =-.ow 3 there is something ^rong w.th your kidncj-s or bladder. . TViW- Doa't wait! Ask year d«KKist for Doan .-. Pals a stimulant diuretic. ucd succc«full by millions for over 50 year*. Doan_s wvc ^^i%S££E£ j-oar blooiJ- Get Doan's Pills. t \ lit I J I . I J U l i l t IV'^.^V, . . . . . ^ ....... J fcr the exclusive use of patients jncrc. , o the p u b c library, j uvill be followed xuth a box supper | ."" « i Brfdqe Colfapses. . , - _ . " t c Mario-i Veterans !w;ital] Mineral scrx-rccs were planned fn Southern ifhnofe will be donated i tomorrow for Watson. 83. who with dividi»fc ISHOP said. or-.ani- . supper for two Three Persons Six Missing '!"· new. ifs a Stov.-a-IVay made by Cavalier. It's at home in living room, liall, dining room, T lcd room. Kidi mahogany surface, finished v ''«Ji satin smooth hand niblwil larqucr. Draw- « rs and Jnicrior niailc of solid aromatic genuine ee rod cedar. It's your moth protection , his brother was one of the first; manufacturers and sellers of horse- drawn vehicles and harness equip-, mcnt in this area. After automobiles came into wide use. he open- cd a now business selling musical , instruments, lie had been relived ; for the past four years. ; jf of Burns When Clothing Catches Afire attend. ° _ __ t . ,r-,i im-itMion is extend- blocks supporting the span wore C T h o m . c to attend the ,0^ loose, hy ice jams ,-,m1 loll - ' - , m . c to attend the , excmnc pra } cr scrv- ristian church. loose, hy ice jams ,-,m1 loll lnick '^,! private auton-oh.lc wcrc 1raxcl : ng over the si,,U- lane storosc. It's a Stow-a-Way. idcumb Furniture in Harrisliurff Since liOG Oii in ! Purchases in U. S. ,f the First Baptist, , u «,n have charge of the] WASHINGTON. *'cb. !0- - ·'· churcn v n i rro£ , ram ,11 tho-n ic Coir-mcrcc DcparJmen: ^ I.oyat .-«.i Afternoon a': ;,..kcd lorcicn cor.ntrio '· church ^ o n n c . ^ ^^ ^. }} l o l .j d w n Qn , hcir purcha ^. s of r 2 oclock. A_^ j, , 0 ho , p ro]icvc j,] lort; .^. s l f ' v in ^__^_ j t h f United State*. After you're all 'The action folio -A oil hv a "nto tiit von can j?e; _ S».r,«nc:s. 35. 01 nearby Bonnie, died carl;- today of burns suffered when his clothing was set afire by spark.-, from a wcldina machine la^t ivjiht at thc Consolidated Co.il Co. mine near Xason. Summers was wcldinc inside a water tank at the top of thc mine when his clothing ca-.iqht fire. He died at a Ml. Vcrnon hospi'al. Tho body was taken lo a ttcnten funeral home. Chcor r. on shipment of «pc-s of petrolcrm prodi:el ii 0.' S. east coast ports. nil Salomcn Bflicvc m II BOSTON V.r'--A Boston life insurance company ran a survey to find out how much 5ifc insnr r.i:ce its salesmen carried on thent- -lvf;. It discovered that its top '.00 field renrcsrnial.xej. owned ?n average of 554,154 ot insurance on own lives. Special Offer! FREE CHEMICALLY TKEATEr. PRESSING CLOTH 79c value With the Purchase of SINGER SINGER SEWING CENTER Your feet hove such ·wonderful time in Ncfurol Poise... the shoes with the mcde-Jo-meosure feel! Two of oar'much- loved "iuiiors" in brown or block smooth leother. GUARANTEED as adverted in GOOD HOUSEKEEPING (Second I ioor) 101-03-05-07 North Main ' 6 ft JEWS PA PER I IFWSPA.PFJ

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