The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 15, 1948 · Page 3
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Harrisburg, Illinois
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Thursday, January 15, 1948
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THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL., THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1948 PAGE THREE 500 to Take p Civil Service Jan. 15- ·pi ,il 5 ,,.sis Satuiday · it w."- and Personal Items .Michel llilk'Kas I). A. H. Sleets With Mrs. Sain Cape Mrs. Sain Cape, 212 North Webster struct, was hostess last Monday evening at a regular meeting of the Michael llillejias chapter " · · " Assistant hostesses nylor, D. and D. i si'ivu- 1 *-' "" ' of the Micnaei nmcKas i n'dav . ,» w ,wi(l t 'nl of 1). A. H. Assistant ii J ,?i i-'" 1 S I | X '-T -,m ie-mts were Mesda.nos Will II. Ta il" 1 ! I iiunU'i ^'",-ff f,.p,,i ox-'K- Cavcnder, Clyde Gates, mint: tcnUMS l " i-r C 'l "ll em- A guest at the meclii tons '° r |lltll .y mVnaUt'i'. J, 1! - Brocket! H. Gates of the * _.,,.iif i)ll ICC **'* * _ ,. ,..«-» ,.!· ci »i«*» l'ii* be rmrl MfMnm'i 'l» ment n't fficc supervisor, em ' nt '' riMirt-scntative. and rcprcsenta- thc Carbondalc, Charleston, in Kanka- U I . ·-··.'"· ' ,, Uwionceville. I c- iockford, Hock Is- . . . . A guest at the meeting was lirockett H. Gates of the division of State Parks and Memorials, who exhibited a natural color film of scenic beauties and historic .shrines incorporated in the 27,000 acre park system maintained by the state of Illinois. Making interesting comment on each memorial shown during the film's exhi- Mr. Bates gave special to the D. A. R. for its Thc bycwnerbcv. 20c a week. bilion, prominenf part in furnishing most of the memorial houses throughout the slate. Mrs. H. L. Burnett, vice regent who presided during the business meeting, notified members thai Michael Hillcgas chapter is the only chapter in the slate which has" contributed to every project of D. A. II. This facl was revealed to her by Ihe stale regent, Mrs. Thomas E. Maury. during her vis- il here in December. Mrs. Dick Parker and Mrs. Bur- Judith Ann Sisk Celebrates 7th Birthday Last Thursday was a very happy day for Judith Ann Sisk as her little friends and playmates gathered at her home after school to help her celebrate her seventh birthday. After games were played and prizes were given they all gathci- cd around to watch Judith unwrap her lovely presents after which refreshments of cookjes and Dixie cups were served. The following were present to wish her a happy birthday: Marylyn Hicks, Elizabeth Morris 1 , Judy and Mora Lane, James and Johnny Hale, Linda and Lester lirmklcy, Mary, Nellie, Ruth and Ricky Co'/art. Peggy Ralcy, Janet and Sue Ellen Parish, Connie and Larry Sisk, and the little hostess, Juditn Ann Sisk. Those members of thc Harrisburg Woman's club who planned to attend a district board meeting and luncheon, held today at thc Calvary Baptist church in Elclo rado, included Mesdames Hanker I Miley, R. C. Davenport, Will Tay-j !or, Harry Wooieott, J. B biack-i man. Carl Corric. Fred Marshall, Martin to Receive Lots of Support (Continued from page one) he parly will be looking for a ikely compromise candidate. Gen. Dwight I). Eisenhower would be a factor at that stage of conven- So would Mar- potential Republican nominees. President Truman would be most likely to lick Taft. The figures may'be screwy, but there they are. Politicians have the fighting m- v . of a white rabbit. They bolt when frightened and right now a lot of them are frightened of Taft as a candidate. No Affection for Dcwey Gov. Thomas E. Dcwey of New York has prestige and a big national following among Rcpubli- Ike as the best campaigner the party could put -up. If Ike is available he would have ,ion proceedings, tin. Pretty nearly everybody around town who has known Martin a long time calls him Joe. He resents instant familiarity but welcomes a first name approach from thc men and women in and out of government who've been around here for a long time. He makes friends easily and has made them all over the country. Sec Ike as Good Campaigner General Ike has the political sex appeal and thc winning smile. But the call over Martin in event of a Dewey-Taft deadlock at Philadelphia next June. But with Ike out of it, Martin's stock wouid boom big and loud. I'laml on Probation Lacy Partain was placed on probation for a year when he pleaded guilty in county court today to a charge of · issuing fraudulent checks. Soup to FlMt · Ship Sufficient liquid soap U bought annually by the ile«plng cart to fill a swimming pool 40 feet long, 90 feet wide and 8 feet deep. LOOKING AHEAD? . . nett were elected delegates to the D. A. R. state convention to be held on March 18-19. Alternales arc Mesdames Scerial Thompson, D. A. Lehman. Everett Hess, Lawrence Goetzman of Rosiclare, and Will R. Taylor. Mrs. Parker and Mrs. Burnetl \\erc also elected delegates to the national convenlion which will be held on April 19, through 23. UOlUll lOllOWlJlji ailiuiib ·ivvj'""-- i|/|/vui uiiu niv vriii...··»-, ^····--. -- -- cans But most of his supporters · j 0 e has a couple of advantages of don't love him as New Dealers | his own. He is safe. Party big ' ' shots know where he stands and Martin knows thc party and its personalities from Maine to California. If Eisenhower stays in thc presidential contest or, rather, if he doesn't firmly hoist himself out of it pretty soon, he will have a big May Be Lack of Food Many a child is scolded for dullness in school when he should be treated for undernourishment. In too many homes, a roll and coffee or a glass of milk constitutes the school child's breakfast. An adolescent boy may consume 3.500 food calories a day. while a person over 70 years of age needs but a small part of that amount . W tvu the late FDR or embattled Democrats adored the late Al Smith. On the contrary, Dcwey is longer on prestige, administrative ability and general neatness of conduct than he is on affection from his parly colleagues. Of course either Dewcy or Taft il prelly soon, he will have a big Shl'SmS into Philadelphia ,-ith bulge over Martin a convenhon 4 I U f ~ , l l L v, v i i * v · » · v w » . . » « - . » - - -- -^-i f a long lead and take the nomma_ lion aflcr a few brief ballots. But if neither is able lo win quickly lime. For one reason or another a lol of Republicans including some big lime industrialists, sec FIRST CHOICE OF MILLIONS Fast. pure, dependable--it's aspirin at its best! World's largest seller at lOc. StJoseph ASPIRIN S T J O S E P H ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN Easy to slvc child OranRC Jlavor. Meets correct dos\ age needs 50 A tablets. 35cy List Your Property With Us MAX AND GEORGE Saline County's Most Reliable REAL ESTATE OFFICE Lazich Lazich REAL ESTATE BROKERS AUTO^CLUB PHONE 888 E. M. Oakes, Nellie Cluie, a n d , D. II. Hiller. i Mrs. Daisy M. Senght, who is visiting her sister and brothci, Mrs. It. T. Jenkins and Lynn Booze, in California, recently was a houseguest of Dr. and Mrs. II. L. Thomp bon of 117 Grand Avenue, Long Beach. Dr. Thompson is a former resident of Harrisburg. The Thomn- entertained at a bridge sup- honor of Mrs. Seright, and e , . in honor o Mrs e n g . an Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Lehman | J )lncr courtes i cs were planned for \inrr» phnwn AS alternates. i -.r --_:-i.» :.. r.vnn^tA t n You may not j the future holds for you, but you can avoid many kinds of losses by letting us analyze your risks and ^present a planned insurance program. ROBERTSON, CRECELIUS and GHENT Pho. 1000 Representing The /F:ni Surety Company of Hartford. Conn. fSJjfc i .. j At thc Monday evening meeting wnat | a donation to the Sister Kenny Mrs Seright is expected to - n m somc timc m F ebru- Founadtion fund was approved. Mrs Nora of Ralcigh has recenlly returned from a . a heart attack at hcr ho me last pie (!;:u^hters, two 01 hei , Mrs. Gloria Simpkins of Marion, and Mrs. Gerry Schaf- 01 .uanon, «"u ·'"»· vn.-ii. ^tnai- k c{ j £ or severa i more oa 1 icr of Bucyrus, Ohio. Accompany-1. th mot her of County ir.g her on the trip were two of Raloh choissc . Sunday night, is reported to be , quite improved but will remain m l ' " for several more days. She | Judge . her daughters. Mrs. Phil Cain of Kaleigh and Mrs. Dwighl Grave" of Omaha. £'}ffXI Frank Miley arrived in this city last night on "a brief business and pleasure trip. He is al the home dl' his father, Barker Miley, 116 V.'csl Locust street. WHAT CAUSES E P 3 L E P S Y ? A booUcf containing Ihc opinions of fa- mows tJoclon on Ihls inlercsling subject viill be lent FREE, while they lail, lo any reader writing to Ihe Educolionol Division. 537 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. ( Depl. 422 Ralph Choisscr. J G. Gaul and John Anderson, oi the O'Keefe Distributing company, Carrier Mills, are in Chi-, cago this week attending the International Home Furnishing Exhibition which is being r.eld in the Merchandise Mart. Mrs Mary Carithers of Princeton Ind. who has been a housc- «uest of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Farrar since last Saturday, returned home this morning. Yoyr Favorite Brand Calendar of Meetings CHOICE MEATS Duffs 14 Oz. Pkg. ive Fed Beef Boiling Beef, Ib. . . 39c Roast, ib 49c Lean Breakfast--By the Piece Lb. . . . 69c DOTTY SIIOI S FINAL \\ c are overloaded on Dresses! 150 Fall and s; I)rcscs being sold at ridiculously low prices-- ow is the time lo save money--Buy 2 or 3--Never ha\c u e offered such bargains! ALL SIZES . . . Vals. to SALES CASH - Ni-M'SPAPFRl ALL COLORS The Harrisburg Home Bureau unit will meet at 2 p. m. on Friday, with Mrs. J:V. Capel, 121~South Main street. Members please note change in meeting place. Notice Masons: Special meeting of Harrisburg lodge No. 32o, A. F A. M., Friday at 7 p. m. Work in the M. M. degree. E. 0. Joy, \V. M. Pride of Arrow Rebekah lodge No 234 will hold its regular stated meeting tonight at 7:30 in the I O O F hall. A l l n e w officers are requested to be present at 6 o^clock Olga Abernathy, noble grand. The Royal Daughters of the f Social Brethren church wil hola a class social tonight at .30 at the home of Mrs. Lacy Mullmix, 315 East Raymond street. Christian Family"night will be observed at thc Galatio Methodist c urch on Friday night Fellows ip hour is at 6:30. .All are in-, t-iled to come and bring a covered dish. A fine program has been planned in · entertainment. Mother and Three Children Burn To Death in Home FERGUS FALLS, Minn.. Jan. 15 j __I;E_A mother and three of hcr children burned to death today, iwhen fire destroyed their farm home near here and the father saved two other children b\ 'throwing them from an upper wm- 1 dow into a snow bank. 1 Dead were Mrs. Lucille Brckkc. 30. Richard. 3. Alan. 2 and Ma- bcth. 7 months. Mrs. Brekkc's husband. Harold. awoke in timc to drop a Jour-, ·vcar-old son and a daughter. 5. j I i n t o . a snowbank from a second-- jstorv window. He then leaped in- 'to the bank. None of the three !\vas hurt . Brckkc walked a half-mile in su£wro weather to call firemen bit the home had been destroyed by thc time they arrived^ Rites for Infant The still-bom son born last night to Mr. and Mw. D«m.Guyc of Galatia. was buried today in Eb- cncczcr ccmclco' west of Galatia. Thc baby, named Charles Dean was the first child born to thc couple! Mrs. Guyc is the former Marv Emma Proit, Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Alf Droit of Galalia, RFD. ^__________ Murphysboro Truck Driver Drops Dead PINCKNEYVILLE. Ill. Jan. 15 _(TK)_A verdict of death bv a heart attack .^s returned last niffht at an inquest for uiincr Trice Murphysboro tnick dnycr whf dropped dcaiwhilr ^, ,n S turn to get a load ot coai ai No- 5 mine yestcr- Tepderi/ed* Half or*Whole Hams Lean Sugar Cured Bacon Squares .·«·--·--»·--···-·--·· COFFEE Manhattan. Vacuum Packed 1 Lb. Jar or Can . 2 Lb. Jar or Can $1-05 Sweet Drinking Golden Hour, 3 Lb. Bag . S1.15 Evcsp. Fruits Prunes, 50 to 60 Size, Lb. - He Del Monte Fancy Prunes, 2 Ib. 39c Peaches, White Ribbon, 11 oz. 20c Apricots, fancy, 1 Ib. pkg 35c Milk Fed Veal Hot Roll Mix 27c Tootsie Cake Icing or 1 Lb. Box Fudge Mix . 25c Lilly Bran,d Pink Salmon No. 2 Can 49c El Morro No. 2 Can 35c; No. 2Vi Can Borden's Instant 8 Oz. Pkg. Veal Stew, Ib. Veal Roast, Ib. 35c 49c Loin, T-Bone or Round Lb. Beef Steak . . 73c Chocolate Mix 23 c (rushed Pineapple . 39c Borden's 13 Oz. Jar Choc. Syrup . 25c Lb. Veal Chops . . 59c Blue Bonnet Lb. Oleomargarine . 39c _---1.--------------· Farmer Jones Syrup Golden Corn Syrup, 5 Lbs. ._ 49c White Corn Syrup, 5 Lbs. 53c Waffle Maple Flavor, 5 Lbs 69c Hardy's Plain or Iodized Salt . . . . Mott's Apple Juice . 2 Boxes 15c 32 Oz. Bottle Dining Car Qt. Jar Mince Meat . 39c Fraziers 14 Oz. Tomato Catsup 19c Del Monte 1 Lb. Jar Borden's Eagle Brand Milk . . . 15 oz. Can 27e Fancy Premium Rice 3 Lb. Pkg. .49c 50 Ft Sash Cord Clothes Line Texas Orapefryit 8 Lb. Bag . 35c Texas Navel. 200 Size Oranges . . Doz. White, I^rgc Heads Cauliflower Each 29c DOTTY SHOP da Trigg was 70 years old. The Daily Register, 20c a week by carrier boy- targe Solid Heads Csbbage . Lb. 6c Kcd Ripe 1 Lb. Box 29c Parsnips 3 Lbs. 25c New 50 Lb. Empty LARD CANS each 49c · Golden Red Del.--Bu. S3.25; 3 Lbs. Rope 39c Plum Preserves 27c Radio Standard Tomatoes No. 2 Can . 15e Brown Valley No. 2 Cans--2 For Beans .. 25c Delgado No. 2 Can Hot Tomales . 25c Apples 25c California Carrots 2 Bunches 19c Red Devil Lye 3 Cans 25c No. 2 Can Pineapple Cream Dessert Broadcast: January 17,1948 Flotill, Heavy Syrup Peaches and Pear Mix 29c Soap Flakes Blu-White 2Pkgs. 19c King Karlo 3 Cans «/j cup tugir '/« cup flour \ f t te««poon Mlt -,'f cup Pet Milk y t cup water 5 uble«poon» »tifc*. 2 ubletpoon* melted butter or i '-- 1 cup cnhua c»cker California Grapes 2 Lbs. 29c Cobbler Potatoes 10 Lbs. 39c Bunch Green Onions . lOc Purple Top Turnips 3 Lbs. 25c ~ . canned pineapple, well drained Mix together Vf cup sugar, flour and wit. Stir in slowly mixture of milk. and water. Cook and stir over boiling water 10 niin. after water again. boil*. Stir slowly into slightly beaten. egg yolks. Cook and stir 2 mtn. Cool. Mix crumbs with 1 tablcsp. sugar and aicltcd butter. Save V: cup crumo niixturc; press remaining crumbs pa bottosa and sides of wcll-buttcrcd £in. square pan. Put custard into pan. iop xith pineapple. Beat egg whites stiS bat riot dry. Beat in rcmainjng y« cap sugar slowly. Spread on pineapple. Sprinkle reserved crarnbs over top. Bake in slow oven (325° F.) 20 am. or until light brown. Makes -4 serving*. *Vanil!a wafer crumbs also can. be U *° ' You Will A'ccd: PETMIlK2£"27c Graham Crackers Nabisco. 1 Ib. pkg. Eggs. Fresh Coun'lrv Dozen Dog Food 28c CLEANING AIDS By Procter Gamble Tide, large box 39c Duz, large box 39c Oxydol. large box 39c Ivory Snow, large box . 39c Dreft, large box . 35cj Camay Toilet Soap lOc Spic Span 25c Super Market Quaker Best FLOUR 5-lb. Bag . $ .49 10-lb. Bag 25-lb. Bag $ .89 $1.99 Holsum Brand S O/- Size Jar Salad Dressing . Mayonnaise . . . . Sandwich Spread . 19c Thousand Island 22c 27c s jr 8$ % P I '. !· i P) K-:i V' [i rJ ·*., i ;t · -i'l , * , \ 1

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