The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 9, 1948 · Page 3
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Harrisburg, Illinois
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Friday, January 9, 1948
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THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL- FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1948 PAGE THREE jjjjrTo Relieve Bronchits " "Uncle" Alec Vineyard, who has been very ill it l(ic homo of his Jdauijiilcr, Mrs. Hal Kwell, Saline Four, has shown some improvement during the few days. M»rj!arcl Katliryn Kvans, two- year-old daughter ··»! Mr. and Mrs Arthur Kvans of Harrisburg. KFD wlio has been ill for the past week with pneumonia is much improved and is out of danger. Mrs. J. W. Davis, who has been SffifeW: MULSION tC.**"-**' l a patient tn the Lighlncr hospital the past few days will be rcmov- cd to her home, 115 West South street, this evening. The Daily Register, 20c a week, ])V carrier hoy. Residential Camera - Room Modernly equipped with newest speed lites. For those "Master Portraits" of your children don't you risk their future eyesight with strong, raw lights'. Phone 1280 J. R. Metcalf IS S. Mill St. j. R. Mctcalf, M. I Dorrisville Class Heels With Mrs. Kuby Wilson Mrs. Kuby Wilson was hostess last evening to members of the Young Married Women's class of Dorrisville Baptist church at a regular monthly meeting of the class. During the business meeting officers for the coming year were elected :is follows: Mrs. Pauline Cox, president; Mrs. Alfrcda Crib- ble, vice president; Mrs. Alice Kussell, secretary; and Mrs. Irene Langford, treasurer. Mystery pal gifts were exchanged during the social hour which followed, and Mrs. Wilson served refreshments of chili and cokes to Mcsdarnes Wanda Abney, Ite- gina Duke, Mary Logsdon, Pauline Cox, Alfreda Gribble, Alice Russell and son; Loudcne Day and ton; Kuby Woodruff, ,Ava Lyons, and Mildred Adkinson. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Alice Russell, 1230 Delmar, on Feb. 5. The Daily Register. 20c a week St. Joseph ASPIRIN WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT »(K Woman's Club Meeting Monday To Discuss "Literature" "Literature" will be the subject of the nex» meeting of the Harrisburg Woman's club, to be held at 2 p. m. Monday in the club rooms of the public library. Mrs. W. J. O'Neil is program chairman, and Mrs. Bert Scribner and Mrs. Guy Lawrence will be hostesses on this occasion. The meditation will be given by Mrs. Bob Burnett, and Mrs. R. C. Davenport will speak on "English Literature in English and American Schools." Special music has been planned for the afternoon. The executive board will meet tomorrow at 2 p. m. at the library, and Mrs. Marker Miley, president of the Harrisburg club, urges the attendance of all board members at the meeting. I-nst Noble Grand Club Meets Tuesday Night At a meeting of the Past Noble Grand club of Pride of Arrow Rcbckah lodge, which was held on Tuesday evening at the home of, Mrs. Lillian Smith, Mrs. Velma Gwaltney, junior past noble grand, was initiated into the club. During the evening, new officers for the coming year were installed, and Mrs. Letha Cozart, out-going president, received a beautiful picture from club members- in appreciation of her services for 1947. National Officer To Visit Delta Theta Tau Meeting rons Few AL CL .aturday For Sensational Values! ORE Better Dresses that Sold to $79.50 Included in this group arc several one-of-a-kind original creations $R on =* n d $ a Junior Si«s, 9 to 15 -- Misses, 10 to 20 -- Women's 16Vfe to 24V 2 ON SALE SATURDAY CHILDREN'S FASHIONS Reduced Up to 50% Sno-Suits and Legging Sets on Sale at Sweaters, Cardigans and Slipovers Raincoats, Sizes 3 to 13, $3.95 and $7.95 Values · · · · Odds and Ends -- Mittens, Caps, Vests -- Values to $1.95 $9.90 to $29.90 $1.00 and $1.50 25c ortunity of the Year to Buy a FUR COAT Of the finest quality, newest fashion at savings up to 50% Muskrat, Kidskin, Seal, Squirrel and Fur Scarves of China Mink, Kolinsky, Squirrel Buy it on Will Call, Budget or Charge! Choose Your ER COAT Now! At Big Savings! T "r Trimmed and Unt rimmed Cloth Coat REDUCED c f^QJf TO vU/o io 15; 10 to 20: 36 to 14 Drastically Reduced SUITS Si/.Ci 14 Io 20 Only $39.95 to $225.00 Values On Sale Now to $35.00 DISTINCTIVE FEMININE APPAREL Mrs. H. D. Waggoner Mrs. H. D. Waggoner, of Lawrenceville, 111., national vice president of Delta Theta Tau, will make an official visit and inspection of Delta Alpha chapter on Monday night, Jan. 12, at six o'clock. The alumnae chapter of Delta Alpha will be inspected at the'same time. Mrs. Waggoner will be the houseguest of Mrs. Marker Miley, past national president of Delta Theta Tau, while she is here. Mrs. Miley will be hostess at a "coke' party, in Mrs. Waggoner's honor on Monday morning at ten o'clock After the inspection and the initiation of two new pledges, Mrs Bill Ghent and Mrs. Tom McCann the chapter will entertain Mrs Waggoner at dinner at the James cafe. Following dinner Mrs. Charles Farrar, president of Delta Alpha chapter, will entertain the chapte and Mrs. Waggoner informally a her home on West Poplar street Delta Alpha is one of 150 activ chapters of Delta Theta Tau I throughout the(country. The sorority, the largest non-academic organization of its kind in the United States, was organized in 1903 at Muncie, Ind., for the advancement of philanthropy and the welfare of its members. The local chapter was organized on Feb. 13, 1928. Delta Alpha's outstanding philanthropic project in 'the last two vears was purchase of two oxygen :ents for the use of any doctor or t patient without charge. During' 1947 the sorority in Harrisburg contributed liberally io the youth re'creation program, Sister Kenny foundation. Santa Claus Fund, gave 64 hours work to the mobile x-ray unit, 36 hours to the sale of Christmas seals, aided in soliciting funds for the Salvation Army. In addition the local chapter provided a Centennial float, purchased a bond from the Saline county tuberculosis association, and contributed to their yearly benevolent fund at Junior high school. Intermediate Girl Scout troop. No. 9, under the leadership of Mrs. Harker Miley, is sponsored by the chapter. National projects of Delta Theta Tau include the maintenance of a mountain school in Brinkley, Ky., for children who otherwise would receive little or no education. During the war years the sorority established an artificial limb department in the U. S. Naval hospital at Mare Island. Calif., and at Wakcman General hospital, Camp Atterbury, Ind. At the present time tlie sorority is furnishing 18 projectors for "Projected Books," together with 30 books for each machine, which are being placed in suitable veteran hospitals or permanent general hospitals in Indiana. Michigan. Ohio, Illinois, Missouri, Iowa. Arkansas, Oregon, Washington, Kansas and Colorado. The organization cooperates nationally with the Cancer Control Society, both in the collection of funds "and in its educational and service program. State Parks Program . Monday at D. A. R. Meeting The regular monthly meeting of the Michael Hillegas chapter, D A. R., will be held Monday. Jan. 12. at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Sam Cape. North Webster street The Program committee has announced that George W. Williams, superintendent of Illinois State Parks, has completed arrangements for Brockctt R. Bates to present a program on Illinois State Parks. Mr. Bales will exhibit a natural color film depicting scenic beauties and historic shrines incorporated in the 27.000 acre park system maintained by the state of Illinois. . ,, . "New Salem Lives Again is one of the highlights of the film.) Scenes showing members of the | Old Salem Lincoln League in t costume, weaving, carding wool, churning butter and carrying on other household tasks familiar to the residents of New Salem liO years ago, give a clear concept of life in the village where Abraham Lincoln spent six formative years. Other Lincoln shrines, the Abraham Lincoln home, the Tomb, the Eighth Circuit Courthouse at Metamora, the Vandalia Stalehousc, and the restored Lincoln Log Cabin in Coles county, recall various stages of Lincoln's career in Illinois. Four major areas. Starved ROCK, White Pines Forest Pcre Marquette and Giant City Parks are screened to show the recreational facilities and the park-like character of accommodations offered. The Daily Register, 20c a week, y carrier bey. Hundreds of Pairs of Nationally Famous DRESS and SPORT Women's and Misses' Styles. Values up to $5,95 « vrl m m 1 . Sensational Savings - V-, f\\\ All regular $6.95 values. Brown only. We have your size in the style you want. Amazing Lucky Purchase Nationally Famous Men's Leather OXFORDS Solid Leather Soles Cushion Rubber Heels Children's Oxfords Values up to $3.49 Choice Pair BROWN LEATHER BooiS $5.50 Pair Sizes 8 to 12 Sixes $5.95 12V, to 3 On Women's Novelty HOUSE SHOES Values up to 1.98 Now Pair Values up to 3.98 Now All Styles Leather and Fabric Cushion Heels Medium Heels " 'W r · 'If t .. 5^ 1 ** I -i'K sH ; ·$ · Ml- · · 1 . 74 -tt · I'l "4s

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