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January 10, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 3

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THE DAILY REGISTER, IIARRISBURG. ILL., SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1948 PACE THREB 10 .K-i. daughter ^ of *' d 5ll% J. became the bride so» f MI ' S vcriion £iif.* Mo. l · took place in ·'« ' . e Their «·' MctroP» Ils £ ^H" '» * d :; ,mi MI-- K arsonage in . Toe -C Har. perform,, IL 'sencc 0 . Nca , «' lh sage »as Kk "* n n k ttcrC P l-th^c hat, i o i i c s IFct cor- \ i ic-d roses. Mrs. ' , ,,, jnd , w ,th tt , crC T,\IOI a former nfeidcnt 'Mrs r a ° ' s Y«r..l»ate of the ·.Metropolis ' " - . - , ,| U $ n jine ho^' s , C f she li, workecr-i«ce !cl K T h e hndegroom-is an ', enamei-r of the Saline . . ,m .- bnde jrc liung m j V c u l JP .,..ment,. West poplar street ^ Delia Thru T Delta , n e r ex M«nu.- eu-mnt, o h -' At thai time. !I ) U a ^ o n t - r o i Lawrence, nation..l \.u pi.'Mtlent of T.-.u. w i l l conduct a Mrs. W. t V. Kathbone Entci tains Chapter /, P. K. O. Mrs. John K. Jackson spoke on 'Covers ol Grandmother's Day." at the meeting on Friday afternoon of Chapter Z, I'. K. 0.. at which time Mrs. W. V. Kathbone was hostess. Mrs. Jackson told of thc development of designs of patch woik quilts from thc early "crayy patch," to the designs, of modern times, and stated that patchwork quilt making reached its peak around 1870. She told ol the old fashioned quilling bee which prompted Stephen Foster to write "Aunt Dinah's Quilting Party." a song so typically American: and of the making of an elaborate ap- plique quilt known as the bride's quilt, for the dower chest. Mrs. Jackson stated that the approximate date of an antique quilt may be told by the number of seeds "in thc cotton fabric. The oldest quilts have seeds very close together. Mrs. Jackson also mentioned the different weaves of thc antique coverlet which are the overshot, double, and Jacquard; thc over- ' shot weave was made on the old handwoven looms. Some very beautiful patchwork quills and coverlets were displayed at thc I ,\ meeting. started 10 cross u ici-rmv a"*.-. ~~o o -- -- - - · r . u · Plans were made for the Found- ,,,,,,,,, Hie undeclared war being fought between Jews and Arabs in . er's Day luncheon, to be held at h \, vc taken a heavy toll since the month old UN decision to partition the Holy Land. the home of Mrs. Dora Capel on i -- ~ Jan. 23. N. Y. Pressmen Sign Contract Under Labor taw NEW YOKK, Jan. 10--U.P.-- The first contract in the publishing industry written in complete accord with the Taft-llartley act went into effect today with 1,900 pressmen employed by 15 New York newspapers. The contract provides a $13-a- wcck increase for journeymen pressmen. with corresponding raises for apprentices and junior was signed pressmen. The agreement fhurbduy by the Publishers' Association of Now York City and l*« eal 2 of the International Printing Pressmen's union (AFL), Joseph Dwycr, Local 2 president, called it "thc finest contract our union has ever negotiated." Jn place of a closed shop,' which is banned by the Taft-llart« ley act, the union accepted a union shop. The contract also carries a shortened work week, a third week's .vacation and holiday overtime at triple time. All job rules arc in conformity with the raft-Hartley act. Thc wage scale for journeymen pressmen will now be $84.50 for day work of 36 1-4 hours, and $88 for night work of 33 1-2 hours, five shifts a week. Church Notes Home Freeic Locker A home freezer locker with-four Inches of insulation is the most economical type for sc.-vics on the average farm. ' I M T T T F T FINDS ITS MARK IN PALESTINE. The dramatic picture above shows a Jew who Vn cross a Tel-Aviv street beginning to fall to the pavement after being hit by a snipers bullet ilurani chap!" Kiu 1)U " , , *oattend the ime«in« and t h ' dm. r i,,,i, v.ill be sjivcn at .Janits lU'iutm. following in P,,oi to the meeting. STTom M'c.nn and Mrs. Bill Ghent will he mitiat-d into Delta T S ' - e e t m U Thui?da y aV5 doaat,»n to the March o f t tracx dnu- «a- .'PP«vcd h , cafe Fartar. chapter preTident"'ex'pro,sed the pleasuic taf the thaptei at having Mrs. W Berg Champaign a member at law. piesenl at the meet- Wolf Creek Church Members Visit \\ith Mrs. Minnie Gates ' \ number of members and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Moore To Observe GOth Wedding Annnersary Sunday Mr and Mrs. B. F. Moore of 106 Virginia avenue, will observe their GOth wedding anniversary on Sunday, Jan. 11. Thc Moorcs are having Open house between the hours of one and five on Sunday afternoon. Friends of the family are cordially invited to call at that time. Married on Jan. 11, 1888 at Golconda by Rev. Orr. a Methodist minister. Mr. and Mrs. Moore moved to Harrisburg in 1903. Prior to that time they were residents for 14 years of Livingston county, Ky.. after which they lived for two years in Pope county. Mrs Moore, the former Julia Ette Crank, daughter of the late Bmda and Tom Crank of Pope county, is now 82, and her" husband, whose parents were Elvira Hod«e and Harrison Franklin Moore of Livingston county, is 85. Oaskins City W. M. U. .Meets Thursday Thc Gaskms City W. M U met at thc church on Thuisday at 7 P m. The theme and program for the year, "One World, One Savior, and One Task," was stressed by the president, Mrs. Cecil Martin. Thc topic of the month, "Sixty j Years in Royal Service," express-' ed thc need of God in the home and in every land. After the Bible study, led by Mrs. Maud Lands, a special prayer was offered by Mrs. Elmer Pelhank in giatitudc to God for sixty years ot Royal service. Mrs. A. H. Modglin oresonted the topic. "A Year of Commemoration." "Looking Backward for Sixt\ Years," and "Service Royal," were subjects discussed by Mrs. Mart i n at the meeting. The meeting closed with a humble and reverent prayer by Mrs. Maude Gwaltney. Members were happv to welcome as a new member of W. M. U., Mrs. Thomas Partain. , , The next meeting will oe nela at the church on Feb. 12. Former Resident vo \\rt ·Jellevillc Girl 'Gates, who i^ a member at Wolf .Creek has been unable to be out jnuch this winter and the group of friends tame over to .spend the da\ usitmg with her. and she inade them inoit welcome in her gracious and hospitable manner. Thursda. being the birthday of Mrs Ray Gunter. during the ·pot luck dinner, all joined in singing ' Happ liirthda%'' in her honor Those who enjoyed the happy occasion weie- Mis. Effie Dodd. Mrs. T. Leo Dodd. Mrs. Sue Daker. Mr; Mollie Burnett. Mrs. Emma William 1 ;. Mr. Ernest Ogles- bj, Mrs J 0 Thaxton. Mr. Luther Bourlanci. Mrs. Kay Gunter. 'Mis. Ottic Keetlcr. Miss Dorothy ·Boudand, and Miv Dorothy \Vat- »n of Eldorado. Mrs. Jesse Cox of Galatia Mr and Mis. John Bond of Ha-.nsburg. Mrs. John Baker of Raleigh, and Mrs. 3. C. jMurphj ol Ridgway. Russian Boats Remove 780 from Stricken Ship TOKYO, Jan. 10 -- (UR»-- Small boats from two Soviet naval ves- s shuttled back and forth between their mother ships and the waterlogged .Russian motorship Dvma under " glaring searchlights tonight removing 780 passengers stranded dn the helpless ship more than three days. Details filtered into the Soviet mission here* from the scene of tne rescue 200 miles east of northern Japan, were extremely meager Russian officials here indicated that full information on the makeup of the Dvina's passengers and crew and on the rescue-- one of the greatest in maritime history --may not be known for some time, if ever. Radio contacts with a Soviet destroyer and patrol boat taking off the passengers was infrequent, a mission spokesman said. "Be. . . T T . ., cause we know they are busy and ·\LTGELD HALL. Home of the College of Law at the University j d , wish to disturb thenl /' of Illinois. hor.ois the memory, of, John Peter A l e l d MUMB goveni- ar Equality First Presbyterian Kev. F. 15. llockcmcyer, pastor Sunday school 9:30 a.-m.;"T. Y, Williams, superintendent. Worship service 7 p. m.; sermon theme. "Extra Ordinary Christians." Choir rehearsal Thursday 6r30 p. m.; midweek prayer Service 7, for which the theme will be, "Ye Are of More -Value." Galatia-Kalcigh Methodists .1. E. Turnock, pastor Evening evangelistic service at Raleigh Saturday 7:30 p. m. All are w elcome. Raleigh Sunday school 10:30-a. m ; Wess York, superintendent. Galatia Sunday school 9:30 a. m.; .1. II Jackson, superintendent. Morning worship at Galatia 10:45. Morning worship at Raleigh 9:30. Evening evangelistic service at Galatia 7. Prayer service at Galatia Wednesday 7 p. m. Prayer service at Raleigh Thursday 7:30-p. m. Christian family night Friday. Jan. 16, 6:30 p. m. at Galatia church. You are asked to attend and are reminded to bring a covered dish for pot luck dinner and a friend. The Best Money Can Buy For Our Customers COME IN AND ENJOY Top Quality Foods ANDY'S WHERE THE ELITE MEET TO EAT . from 1393 to 187. Bunt Out of th" industrial pa\roll of K31.000COO in South Caiolma in '3J5. cotton textile millv. Accounted for 20 years. Mr. Moore was in the grocery business for 24 years, retiring Nov. 12. 1945. Before going into the grocery business he was a carpenter here for 18 years. Thev are the parents of 10 living children. One daughter, Alta, died early in life. Their other childien arc Mesdames Lou Vick, Gertrude Sullivan. Vannie Darnell, of Harrisburg: Mesdames Carrie Rie^ei of Galalia: Nell Hall of Washington. D. C.: Eula Gilliam of Golconda: Florence Parks of Raleigh: Mary Morris of Covington Ky.: a'.id James Arthur Moore and Perry R. Moore of Harrisburg. They also have 24 grandchildren and* 16 great-grandchildren. Mrs. George Lazich. 100 West Church street, who has been a patient in Barnes hospital in St. Louis, yesterday was returned homc in an ambulance from the Gaskms funeral home. Mrs. Lazich is reported to be showing some improvement, but is still confined to bed and under a nurse's care. pn .^eiicviiic ·_·!» i QJ. tvom lovo 10 ioai. uum. m .w^ v..», -- Annbuncement is being_madc of of thc rine; t examples of- Romar.esq.ue architecture v-e$l of the the engagement and coming marriage of Miss Agnes Mac Falconer, daughter of Bayard E Falconer ot 500 West Cleveland street. Belleville and the late Corinne Falconer to Jarrel L. Ingram of Belle-1 ville. Mr. Ingram, a former resident of Harrisburg, is thc son of Mr., and Mrs. Claude Ingram of I 719 West Cleveland street, Belle- Miss Falconer, a graduate of the TURKEY SHOOT Sunday, January 1 1 SPOT AND TRAP STARTS 1 P. M. Hcrrisburg Skeet and Gun Club 1 Mile North of Harrisburg on Route 31 yssian Official To Aecompsny UN ion to Palestine i If rescue operations are successfully -completed without the aid of Japanese ships standing by or of a U. S. navy tug enroute to the scene, it is doubtful that composition of the passengers will be made -known, observers be lieved. There has oeen no indication whether or not the Dvina was carrying women or children -in addition to what were believed to be Soviet Siberian workers. The Marker 'Miley Insurance Agency RADIO PROGRAM The Twilight Hoar by Mary K. Miley Radio Station WEBQ - This Sunday and Every Sunday . 6:4.5 p. m. Miss Falconer, a graduate ot tne Shnws Loss Belleville Township high school. Britain iftOWSJLOSS -- In Mining of Coal class of 1946. is at present cm. ployed by the Commonwealth Loan Company in St. Louis. LAKE SUCCESS. N. Y., Jan. 10 (U.R)--Authoritative sources dis- ! closed today that .the Russian 'member of the United Nations I l l d l l U C l U*. C*H- V ^ * i » V \ , v » · .,-,-,, ,,..,«.., ... -- . LONDON. Jan. 10--«UP)_Great high command? Assistant Secre-' Mr. Ingram, also a 1946 grac.it- Brita j n too ^ a i oss O f 15 cents a larv .General Arkady Sobolev. will hteh°s f chool ser C vcd V l8 C months n Ahh ton on all'coal mined during thc accompany thc UN "commission to the U. S. Medical corps. At pros- first six months of nationals- , Palestine as top UN officer, ent he is attending the University Mjon. the National Coal Board an- C^K^ITM- 44-vpnr-old veter; ~r Illinois ' "---* ««.-. TM-.rt ^*»1 Ince \vn* The marriage of Uie couple take place in February. nounced ioos. The total loss was 11.745.867 pounds $ 0 bolev. 44-year-old veteran of Central Home Bureau Meets i»li;iiiL/i;i o w* fc..^ ~ ------Bureau unit met at thc home 01 Mrs. Henry C. Bourland. Thursday the Moscow foreign office and a major figure in thc UN secretar-j I ja ^ w;u remain with thc pales-, (Tucker Funeral at ' t i n e Cornm j ss i n . for an indefinite j j Hamburg Sunday Itime. Permanent chief of the UN Rev. C, E, Slavens will conduct'l^^^^^lg^nSd funeral services at rs. e . . , mcra scrv . . afternoon. for their January meet- at Hamburg church for Miss Mary ing. A new member. Mrs James Tuckcr , who pas scd away at her Condon, was welcomed into tne ; homc near Galalia Thursday. Bur- - n ,, sSfd-S be RalphBunche r of the Unued a. m. Sunda\ £,,.,,,,, ^;,,,,,,,,, o{ the UN - trustee- The , . c »t- , ,. ,,;ial will be in the Masonic cemc- i Commission went Members responded to roll call lcrv al Rnleigh. sion to draf ^ " S u e s t i o n s ! · bv giving "Program Suggestions! for the Coming Year." The major j Thc PUBLIC SALE Wednesday. January 14, 1 p. m. 325 WEST RAYMOND T r,,,,m O f household furniture. Electric Rcfrig- '"r. M:i\t ;i « Washer, Warm Morning Heater, l/ic Ironcr. Elect rir Sewing Machine, and other .lohn Endsley, Auctioneer. 1UI I I I U V,VIlll"c, A ^ - . - - _ _ . . . lesson on "Our Share In \\ona bv carrier bov. Trade." was presented by Mrs. James Scott. During the afternoon the hostess served refreshments 10 j those in attendance. j Quiz Program Monday : at McKinlcy I'TA Meeting . Fred Armistcad. assistant super- j intcndcnt of thc schools, will cou-i duct an interesting quiz Prog"'", at the rcaular meeting of Mcrvinlc i PTA. to~bc held Monday at :l* , p m. at thc school. Buck Kussk-r. j president, will preside during Jic; Register, 2oc a week. will include a play.! March of the Year " to be prc-} rented bv thc third sradc students- of thc School, and group s,nuins , under thc direction of C. A. l or- j S h c " room mothers of the-fourth and fifth grade s refreshments during the hour. List Your Property With Us ^A\" AM) GEORGE hove a waiting list of Buyers WK CAN SELL IT FOR YOU 1EWSP4PER Don Scott l e t o d a y . * 111., where he will attend a of the bpord of diroclors of I. 0 " 07 F. Children Home at ( Lincoln. Atom Atoms arc so small lhat it 100000,000 ol them l,ud side by side. to cxtcr.d over a hr.car inch Nuclei arc so ir.uch^ smaller yet. that ,t j would t^c 100.000 of them Jo *W The diameter^ an atom. Neutrons , and protons inside the stem have properties *n common «i!h the earth: they «rta:c on an axis and "c magnets. TT»c« J.ny circle ard spin. *rd TM^ sons wnh each other of v,-hich consequences arc dcscnbcd by pjtcists as closely as though they had before them the report of a traftlc acc.dcnU Thc-^c descnpt.ons defy the old rK,:on of the solidity ol fioVd matter ond the deadnes. of dead weight. ·partition of Palestine. 1 Thc five-man commission schcd- ,uled conferences with top UN of- I ficials on the first of several big issues involved in thc partition program. A top issue on thc docket was the necessity of conferring speedily with representatives of Great Britain on dates for the end of British rule of Palcstinc and the entrance of thc UN partition team. Further down on thc list was the question of a UN force to protect thc UN staff from Arab reprisals and thc .more complex matter of whether or not to ask thc Security Council for a full-fledged ! partition. Thc commission was not expected to reach that issue today. Thc five-member Palestine Commission, convened yesterday with promises of full support, includ-) ing the international force if nee- cssary, for thc job ahead. It was under pressure to agree quickly on a schedule for partition. Calendar of Meetinas A meeting of the Horace Mann } school PTA will lc held on Monday , at 2:30 p. m. at the school. Mrs., Opal Catlin. as guest speaker on i the program, will discuss "Happy j Childhood Through Mental and Physical Health." An invitation , to attend is extended to thc public i by thc president, Mrs. Charlie, The Lenore circle will meet BOLD AND DARING. Shown O n Monday evening at 7:30 at ti.c in London, where the austcrilv home of Mrs. S. M. Farrar, llo program obMonsly include^ «i Xorlh Webster street. of ma'eri.il. is Paul de j hadcio.vs and prnctic.'.Hy The High School Homc Bureau. ·ss evening dross Of vi\ul unit will have its regular meeting! ,-u.d Imie wool Tuesday, Jan. 13, at thc homc o f j · »_ , % t -v » _ _ T* *,n--Lnw+ *1 C T^«»ef T v\_ Lang" s purple, - . « . , . , crepe, it's to be worn with long, Mrs. Ownly Furman, 215 bast Lo- matehsng gloves, a few feathers in aist street, inslcad'of arthe home thc hnir a:.! a ielf conscious look of Mrs. Dave F.vans. One Touch of Glamour $29.75 A suave combination that spells h i g h f a s h i o n ! Figure-moulding two piecer . . . . topped with its own SHIMMERING TINSEL CORDED TIE. Self stitching edges thc sweeping cuffs ihat dramatize its sleeves and torso- hugging overblouse. Woven stripe acetate rayon. In Grey with dark grey silver tie. In Navy with navy silver tic. Sixes 10-16 DIST/NCTfVE FEMININE APPAREL II 5 I nFWSPAPFRI

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