The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 7, 1948 · Page 3
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The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 3

Harrisburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 7, 1948
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THK4XA1LY HEG1STEK, HARRISBUHG, ILL., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, H)48 PAGS) THRK1 Social and Personal Items ,, Litla Thomas W«ds j Hli Julian (Jrlcr Klakcly S n t 1'rcnfoytorlan Church "I M 'i ; - SoM 0 I ml.. ·' s °- 1 ; ni'icN lj()1Yl ' ,i,v li:is been At lour o'clock on Friday. Jan. ·J. Miss Lida Thomas, daughter of , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas of 1 29 West Park street, and Julian ! Grief Hlakcly of Raleigh, N. C., ! .VCTC united in marriage. The 1 bridegroom is the son of Mr, and I Mrs. Julian Blakcly, Sr.. of Raleigh. ' The quiet ceremony was per- the 1 Rev. Stewart W. Itadford at the First Presbyterian -hurcli in the presence of members «,;' the bride's immediate family. ; Miss Uttty Hargman attended i ( ic hrifSe. and Eli Lasersohn, the !,ride's brdthcr-in-law, served ;;s · i/.'.st man. The 'bride wore a winter white \vofll dress, and brown halo hat, |i u i l h accessories of. brown alligator. Miss Lillian Winters Weds Metropolis Man Mr. and Mrs. Julius Winters ot Carrier Mills, are announcing the marriage of their daughter, Miss Lillian Winters and Eugene Durance of Metropolis. They were united in marriage at the Baptist church in Metropolis, at 3 p. m. on Dec. 24, in a single ring ceremony performed by the pastor, Rev. George Compton. The bride wore a street length dress of dark blue with a corsage of while carnations. Her attendant. Mrs. Juanita Metcalf, sister of the bride, wore a street length dress of gray with a corsage of pink carnations. Both the bridegroom and best man, Carl p. Metcalf, wore dark business suits. ^fter tne ceremony a wedding supper was served at the home of t ,,.,,. . ------------- - -- ..... . . E A mauve orchid complemented her ! ; ti'.siuiiiu. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. j another sister of the bride, Mrs. ijlakely left on a brief "wedding iBoyd Metcalf. t - i ! ) lo Evnnsvillc, Ind. I Mrs. Durance attended grade v * i « * t » i « * « ^*» * 1G ra ·hone 12SO stress of MONTHLY j(l ffi i V® ^m ift^®»^ Tlic bride, a graduate of the Harrisburg Township high school, iilU'iidcd Southern Illinois Univer- v . i t v al Carbondale where she re- r/ived a teacher's certificate. She i-'ii^hl at Raleigh ,sOhool for a.year. For the last few years she has ! been-employed as manager of the i ,i,urts shop at Myrons. ~~---- | Tho bridegroom formerly was newspaper man for .seven years. Following the war lie was photog- rainier lor the war crimes tribunal l ·!!)! spent much of his army scrv- 1 j c c in Europe. He is at present i ;t representative of the Kahn Man- :· -if u airing company of Mobile. Ala. ,,_ . - - ; ' M- and Mrs. Blakely have taken Build Up Red Blood! ' an ^.artim-nt at 311 North Main jrlodie db- \ ,lrcet. Mr. and Tvirs. Howard Ewbanks f Xushville. Ind.. v.'hilc en route . Texas and Florida for a va- . at TaWets ·- arc [l-""b" t 'home ways :o i t . : .tion. slopped Sunday for an ' bU;'vci in sirno'.c i ovc ,. n ijrht visit with Dr. and Mrs. j ( . V ;/\vhltIcy of this city. Mrs. K'.vbanks is the cousin of Dr. u raja'-'.: £tomacli.c romc. : l al school and high school in Carrier Mills, and for the past two years has been employed at the button factory in Metropolis. The groom, a veteran of World War II, is foreman at the stove factory there. Out-of-town guests who attended the wedding were the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Winters, and son, Jackie; Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Winters and children, Carlene, Judy, Rudy, Jr., and Julius Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Durance are living in their new home on Semond street in Metropolis. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ozee have returned from a vacation .trip to Hollywood, Calif., where they visited with their daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jackson, and Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Harrison. Dr. and Mrs. D. A. Lehman will leave tomorrow for Florida where he will take a post graduate course at the university. They will return January 24. About Town And Country (Continued 'from ' 'One) ·TMuap .Electrical technicians report (hat : the .fluorescent lamp ill 300 tlmei more a URht producer than'the candle. PtMVV 9 ; · · MUBv^pwv OTkwwi · / Y · The United Statct U nsrved by more than 110,000 mile* of community »trcct car, bus and trolley coach routes. thority. Company 'L, Illinois 'National Guard, was federally recognized. Montgomery Ward opened catalog office here. The Eldorado mine rescue team aided at Ccntralia, where ill men died in a mine disaster. * * ' · Sports items: » The Harrisburg Junior high school went as far as it could in basketball play, winning the sectional title by defeating Du Quoin, GO to 45: Frank Logsdon and Dooley GHchrist were named on the first all-star team. Harrisburg lost, 64 to 28, to Marion in the finals of the re- gional.high schol basketball .tournament at Eldorado. ROCK ISLAND LADY LOSES 25 IBS. WITH REHNIL .Rcnnel is the original .grape fruit nice recipe for taking off ugly fat. 'CRAWL IN -AND SEE US SOME TIME.' ;H6usewives .in the Hamilton College veterans housing project .at Clinton, N. Y., have discovered something in their homes that .gives 'them the .creeps., The apartments have adjoining closets with a common wall and the contractors cut a door in the wall of each closet. So when; the .residents want to visit next door without .wading-.through heavy snow, they just creep through the closet. Above, Mrs. Dot .Granata, of Mt. Vernon, N. Y., demonstrates how easy it borrow food .from the neighbor's pantry. · . . . -. AFL ·President William Green Opposes Wallace WASHINGTON, Jan. 7.--U.R-- AFL President William Frcen today lined up with other labor leaders opposed to Henry A. Wallace, as an Independent candidate for president. "I'm against him," Green announced. "Creation of a third party is a great political mistake and labor generally will be opposed to Wallace." Walter P. Reuther, president of the United Auto Workers (CIO), and Jack Kroll, director -.of the CIO Political Action : .cbmmittee, are among other labor .leaders to come out .against Wallace. Green has also declared against ·Sen. Robert A. ,Taft, R., 0., as a Republican presidential nominee. The Daily Register, 20c a week. Juice recipe for taking off uriy fat. It's simple. It's inexpensive. Just go to .your druggist and ask 1 for 4 ounces of liquid .Kennel. Pour the contents Jnto a pint bottle--add enough grapc- · fruit juice to fill the bottle, then take two tablespoonfula Thafs.all there is to it II the very first bottle doesn't show you the simple, easy way to lose bulky fat arid help to regain a more slender graceful appearance--if reducible pounds and inches don t just seem to disappear almost like magic from neck, chin, arms, bust, abdomen, hips, calves and ankles; just return the empty bottle for your money back. You need never know a hungry moment while taking 'Renne! --no starvation' diet--no printed diet ist to buy--no vitamins to fortify, you against weakness while going hungry for you WON'T be hungry. , Here is what Lois Huston, 3QW£ 20th St., Rock Island, say* about Kennel: "When Rennel was itrtt mentioned to me I was so sluggish-and tired out as the result of being over weight that I. decided U?.try it. When different person. I no longer have that stuffed feeling and can now.cata meal without feeling all bloated afterwards. My clothes fit nicer and : l have more ambition." You can ·gct ! Kcnncl from any druggist. Don't be "swStched"_to another product, insist upon .genuine Rennel. List Your Proper With Us We hare .a waiting list of Buyers Lazlch AUTO CLUB Calendar of Meet ings fr* 1 ? ,** $ S5 a a** inceresY thanks for yoisr support in ? isesday. rashes in There will be a regular stated meeting of Order of Eastern Star 'Thursday at 7:30 p. m. at the Ma; sonic temple. Special instruction-j for the officers will be given. Harrisburg Commandery No! 89, \ Knights Templar, will confer the ; Order of the Temple tonight at 7 o'clock. All members are urged to attend. Victoria Temple 693 will meet tonight at 7 o'clock at the Masonic I hall.- There will be an installation ,,,,,, ,,· _* iof officers. Al members are ask- PARIS, Jan. 7--OLE)--Sixteen · ed to ^ prese nt. persons were killed, including! . three Americans, eight; injured j h . £ Kuth of the Mc- and the fate of two others was un- Rmle B ± venuf Baptist church will certain today in a series ol alr i meet '' a t the church Thursday, at crashes. . . . . 11 -sri n m . for their monthly class ·liner coming in'at fog-shrouded Le ' Bourget airport outside Paris. The ' - * - -*' and burned, kill- The Euzelian Sunday - school [ - -- - - three!class.of McKinley Avenue Baptist ^/'·'ir^S ;l "- r -'*" ' · ·'·'·','':·:·£'.'',:£fl 2fc3f;*-;.v3r. "-^ " ' - ' '· '-' ,' -"^·'l',^*'':'^^ IT'Vt lt *'' -*/" 1 '* f *t ·. : - -· v ·' - ^£^^^^=2 ·*^IE^M ^i-''--f.-:--.v ·U AlUWuNUM BUNDS odd thai finishing touch to ·,,?"*·. S:iI «-Craft blbds ore rust proof, corrosion ··'. i.o.s hove two coafs of beautiful baked enamel "·imccnonii,,, ; s prcc ; skn builf, full size 1H inch head MmH bcaufiful pa«cm Jhree inch facia boards ·«a cornered combination brockets. Cord tiiJs with '' Pcrfcc?; " every detail. ESTIMATE CALL 151 tricklin «T*-, erc Salin c Counly Buys Its Paint" ' Vlt * Harrisbnts, H«nois Phone 151 diplomatic courier, and a woman survivor. In a second crash a British/Eu- ,ropean Airways Viking smashed !up in Middlesex, England, while "attempting an emergency landing in an open :field. The pilot was killed and seven others injured. A third accident involved a small civilian plane which crashed with two aboard into the English Channel, 10 miles east of Margate. Fate of the two occupants was not immediately determined. In the French crash, a Polish girl passenger was the only survivor among the 16 persons in the plane, which carried 11 passengers and a crew of five. The .dead Americans were identified from passports and identity cards as: Mrs. Jane Wallis Burrell 36, a diploma tic-courier for the American Embassy in Paris. She is survived by James Harold Wains, Scarsdale, N. Y. Mrs. Burrell was born in Dubuque, la. Louis Sibre, New York City, director of the Amimex Trading Corp., of New York. . John Serrod Power, 30, a civilian employe of the U. S. Army, survived by his wife. Mrs. Power, Washington, D. C. Power was born in Waco, Tex. The other dead included live [French crewmen, two English passengers, two Belgian passengers, a I Frenchman, a South African and a ;Pole. NLRB Files Bill of Particulars Against Chicago Printers CHICAGO, Jan. 7.--U£»--Coun- sel for the National Labor Relations Board today filed a bill of particulars charging the printers* union with trying to impose conditions of employment upon Chicago newspaper publishers. - The bill was filed as a hearing resumed on charges that the In- 1 crnational Typographical l»mon ·iolatcd the Taft-Hartley act in ts nationwide dispute with newspaper publishers. ' The bill of particulars covered the six Chicago newspapers against which the printers have been on strike for 44 days. H also charged that the union tried to make employers discriminate against em P Thc'allcgcd attempt to cause discrimination stems from the union s effort to maintain its closed shop by refusing to sign a formal contract The closed shop is outlawcd in such contracts by the Taft-Hart- %i?WII of particulars also charg ed that on or about Sept 3, Uic union "insisted, demanded or re quired" that the publishers hire "only foremen who were members of the ... union." i. bill also charged ^that its regular monthly class meeting. Prayer service will be held and members will remain for the revival now in progress at the church. Carrier Mills Eastern Star members .will meet at the hall at 10 a. m. Thursday, Jan.' 8, to go to the home of Mrs. Anna Keel for a pot luck dinner. The Pankeyville Baptist W. M. S. will meet at the church Thursday at 7 p. m. All members are urged to attend, and visitors are welcome. Circle E of the First Baptist church will meet with Mrs. -Helen Gidcumb, 328 Dayton street Thurs-j day at 2 p. m. Teachers' and officers'- meeting at First Baptist church this evening at 6:45. Prayer meeting and monthly business meeting at 7:45. All veterans who will help escort the body of Sgt. Virgil Palmer from the train to the funeral home are asked to meet at the American Legion home at-8:15 a. . Thursday. Liberty school PTA will -meet at he school building Thursday at p. in. The True Blue Workers Sunday chool class, of the McKinley Avenue Baptist church, will meet Thursday at 1:30 p. m. with Mrs. Fern Fulkerson, 622 West O'Gara treet All members are asked to ttend. lites Tomorrow at Dillingham Church for Mrs. Mary A. Marvel Mrs. Mary A. Marx-el, 76. died yesterday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Dewey Hut ill West Union street in Marion, with whom she had lived for the past seven years, tmtil that time Mrs. Marvel had lived most ;ot icr life in Ebeneezer community west of Galatia. The body was taken to the Courtney funeral home .in Galatia where it will remain utitfl time of the funeral. Services will be li»ld tomorrow at 11 a. m. at Da- Hngham church west of Galatia. Interment will be in the church Ushers "since 23, 1947." about Mrs. «arv«;. leaves her -----ter, Mrs. Hill, and a son, Shclbv Marvel of Galatia, RFD. Girl Scoots £xp*nd No woman likes to be reminded ol hfer age-^-but one group of women in the country is proud to say that H is S5 years old Ibis year. The group is the Girl Scouts -- an organization which has grown in 35 ye?rs from a single .troop of 12 girls to more than 51,000 troops aad a million and a quarter members. 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