The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 17, 1948 · Page 3
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Harrisburg, Illinois
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Saturday, January 17, 1948
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"iLL,, SATUUUAlVJANUAlU' 17, 1U4S- Doil r Advertisements Pay yjr'ia * ;--j Mfigh* on : \GLES MOM Social and Personal Items 3 p. I-Vdcralfd Clubs Give S1.000 to Cancer Umarch At the meeting .of the executive board ol the 24th District, Illinois Federation of Women's I clubs, held at ICUIorado Thursday, I 1 he opportunity to hear themselves as others hour,them was given appearing'on the pro- grain. B- Hart Jr., Weds California (Jirl Announcement is being made of the marriage of Miss Aiicc.Mc- Quision ol bos Angeles, Cam., daughter of Mr. bcou ol Marion, Hart. Jr.. of bl. ihey were anu ind. Mrs. 1'rcu and 0. u. Vacliel Davis, Eldorado artist, who has the agency for a portable recording machine, made a record ,of the music on the program which was played immediately afterward, .that each performer could hear 'her own voice. The demonstration of the portable recording machine BffiriKMKfl[was very interesting. ^ 6- U Guests at the meeting included |.Mrs. W. F. Bennett. Flora, vice- president of tho Illinois -Federa- Hion of Women s clubs, and 'Mrs. lEImore Elliott, Enfield, state chairman of music. In the hostess club is Mrs. P. L. Wettaw, ! vice-president of the President's Association of the General Federa- , ,,. 1'etersDurg, Fla. ...v, ,.v.v married in a double ring ceremony at the i-irst Baptist church in ·ihomasvilie, Ga., on Friday. January 9. The bridegroom's parents arc Dr. and Mrs. 0. B. hart ol this ivi'rs. Hart was formerly employ by the Union Bank and irust Company · in Los Angeles. Mi. Hart, an employe of a letter shop, the Sunland business Service in Si. Petersburg, is a graduate s ot the Harrisburg .Township Police Dep'Uids Junior Police Fund Chief of Police Everett Snccd today .announced that the city po- lice''department had donated $10 to the , Harrisburg junior police to help continue the good woik they are doing in the city. Snccd said that the boys had been of service to the police force and that undoubtedly the formation of the group had cut down on juvenile delinquency although there are no definite figures. However, Sneed pointed out, juvenile delinquency in Harris burg is at a minimum. Sneed today referred to a report from Mattoon, 111., in which the 'police department there said that the junior police have practi- " -·· ' juvenile crime in hchool. He attended Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and later completed a business course at Evansville, ind. A Woriu cally stopped Mettoon. The report Nov. 1, 1945 said and that Nov. , . War 11 veteran, Mr. Hart was chief yeoman in the United States Navy at the time of'- his release four years of service. after . He and his bride are at home at 1228 28th Avenue Petersburg, Fla. North, M. . , , . 405 .boys were arrested or picked up for questioning by Mattoon police. Only 13 boys' were arrested between Nov. 13, '1946, and Nov. 13, 1947, the junior police Couple Recuperates From Injuries in Auto-Truck Crash Bernic Leon Blown and his wife, Charlotte, are at their home, 624 South Ledford street, recuperating from injuries received' Monday when tin- car Mr. Brown was dnv- ing and a truck driven by Claude Flannell of Carrier Mills collided on Kotite 45 at its Fourth street intersection near Eldorado. Brown's nephew. Alonzo Beal, Jr.. 110 East Homer street, who was a pasbengcr, escaped with lacerations and bruises, but Mrs. Brown buffered a broken right leg, broken foot, broken toes and chest injury, and Mr. Brown suffered a broken foot. Mr. Flannell was not injured. Slate police said Flannell told them lh«; brake on the left front wheel of the truck locked, throwing his machine across the center between of the line into the path of the 1, 1946, Brown automobile.' Farmers Offered. . . Free Account Book H\\ '' The Harrisburg Lumber 'Co. today offered a "free farm account book to all who desire one. The book, which;Is ^a complete "bookkeeping system, Is Of 8-1-2 by 11 dimensions'and"Is easily worth a dollar, it was stated. Morriogt Lictnttt Joseph Stone, 21, Pcorla,; and Barbara-Ann Williams, 18, Route 2, Galatia. The Daily Register, 20c a week, by carrier boy. .-. i , Granted Divorce Frank Bowman received a divorce from Lillie Bowman In circuit court today. The Daily Register, 20c a week. first year of organization. tlit Miss Patsy Thompson BIRTHS lion of Women's clubs. Mrs. K. C. Davenport, Harris- j . b u r g , presided. Eighty-five worn- ijc'ii. mostly club officers in the district, were present and their , | reports occupied most of the time Mjsg I during the meeting. At noon i vve( j s j! luncheon was served by the E1-] I1 dorado club of which Miss Pearl I t "If M £ a |J yd M^TrauK "iuo^y- the" birth of a* grandson, born Jan. hour^efoTeThe "British consulate ['.Roberts is president. . . . . . . !,,,, of Harrisourg KFL) 1, and 15 to Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Keas- today aml 300 police armed with Outstanding events included the I son 01 mrns,uuLij, «i. . . . . . . ,, ,,.. ,,,___ wu«j , , ._ . ...·. f · · . i ^ i * _ _ Tr i iff An ft I \*t*t lO fliiil , Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Keaster of Chinese Throng in Demonstrates Jan. 17--(U.R)_A -- . -- --- howling, jeering mob of 10,000 Patsy Thompson, daugh-' this _ city have received ^news^ol Chinese demonstrated for 2 1-2 ;;-.\'.::;]ATE DELIVERY , . . o a y a vaOalter of Nashville, Tenn. Mr. Keas- ri£lc » machinc g u ns and bayonets HAMILTON-BEACH · · . · s VACUUM CLEANERS TANK SWEEPERS . V In 'Harrisburg At ' '' *'· · Chas. V^ Parker Go. FURNITURE STORE Your CROSLEY Dealer in Harrisburg VU v^v U .. u ... a v..~...~ .-.---_-- - - · p....-..- lJ77l c son 01 Mrs. vauaiier ui ndaiiviue, ACIIII. iw». «.-». rillCS, inacnine guna unu ua fact that the Illirfois^Federation Eugene u £ lcmis TM d ° Logan Uzzleter is attending the David Lips- UC re necessary to prevent has contributed more than $4,000 j ""'V^ MTuc were united in'comb College in Nashville. Mrs. from yanking down the : to cancer research and is at pres- ^_^-,.i L c.,« rt ' av .1TM ii, at thG'Keaster is the former Thelma f | n , * whomurford of Rosiclare. To-Mr. and Mrs. Kobert J. Brer. m n on pres 'ent eondueting a drive to recruit 'additional funds for this project. ,------ ~ l| Various scholarship funds sup-' pcrformeci 'ported by the clubs in the Federa! /neir *"TM^£'£"{bJYrieaablBiverside'hospital in-Paducah, ,lion were mentioned and particu- Jf s V h el? OUD ie ' Jan. 14. The baby has been nair. ilar emphasis was placed on the art, oi^ne CQUV ^ ^^ m a gre y, ilebecca Ann. Mrs. Brenner is :» Thpir attendants were Mr.- and | ner of Golconda a girl at j. U^AJ. «***,*- .,,:.. . . » . ' · » · » ? :.i_ i :*~i :«. t}«^l * * / » · - * * i;.~TA!5LiSiIKD !90G 'scholarship which is to be provided · ---- . ,and the music scholarships that are ss a nQ [have been provided by the Federa- ilion through the support of individual clubs. Mrs. Bennett gave a report of the regional meetings held by the Federation this year and Mrs. Elliott spoke about the success of ·I the music camps and the fact that : fhr.TM will hp nn all state chorus black of rter accessories. , aa ^ red roses, wore a light blue dress «ge , there will be an all state chorus i at the convention of the Illinois! Federation of Women's clubs this year. ... Mrs. Frank Medley, Flora, district international relations -chair accessories and if white gardenias. Uzzle, an coal mine, a..... -- ·,,,,, in Saline Four, five miles of Harrisburg, where tney purchasing a home. former Virginia Clark, dau^ui'j of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. CU-r-' · Harrisburg. To Mr. and Mrs. James Parso-;of -Owensboro, Ky., a daugh:--^ weighing eight pounds, born y c o- terday. She has been namec Diana Alice. Mrs. Parsons is th former Martha Alice Clark, dauy.- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Clai . of-this city. S i r s s WANT TO "PUT R ADVERTISING -i nor-: VISIBILITY With The Willing the Sloan Melton Workers class of · General- Baptist l u u i u n itiunw"^ · ».····.- ,,.»», «-- »V,a hnm« man, who hears the daily broad- - church - met recently at the Home cast of proceedings of the United of Virginia Melton for a regular Nations, has compiled the infor- class meeting. . . mation gleaned, interpreted it, and Following a business session, re^ ings them _ a __ British The demonstration was the second in 48 hours in protest against j , the eviction of Chinese residents'ib, from British-occupied Kowloon j i ^ City near Hong Kong. iy The crowd was composed of five \fa thousand students, several hundred I ' » · workers and thousands of other | citizens. They began massing at Chiaolung University shortly after noon and marched through Shanghai streets with police accompanying them. ' The mob chanted and waved anti-imperialism banners bearing i British and American flags as they paraded toward the consulate. | A.S they milled before the consulate, the rioters at first protested the Kowloon evictions. Later they also yelled for the return of Hong Kong and Kowloon to China, termination of British imperialism oiland the withdrawal of American HOW MM m- ·The re'gular stated meeting 0 F lodge 386 will be hete forces from China. v. r. luugc _ , . eey er , ., come. Chrisman, N. Storv of the Nations," the play Shewmake, P . ! was "described by Mrs. Medley and ter Shewmaker, Jr., . surged between the consulate and the Glenline build '·The third in a series of piano recitals by pupils of Mrs. Perry Moore will be broadcast over sta Friendship Class Meets' With Mrs. Kathleen Barker · · · i The Friendship class of the Dor- '' ris-vills Baptist Sunday school held us regular meeting at -the -home d Mrs. Kathleen Barker, Thurs- cJay evening.- ' : vlrs Lorene Ewell, class presi- MAX rvenuat. ncmy int"«" . ioore win uc uLva\*-t*-"- « · · - --and Mrs. Jim Kendal, and · ti on WEBQ today at 6:30 p. m. Virginia Melton, and i Mrs. Ruth Melton. I Jfte.Daily Register, 20c a week, meeting will be held, at .The home of Dimple Parker. Dr L I. Webb of this city and. Doctors'William F. Johnson ;and . Charles Elder, of Eldorado attended the Dental Study Club meeting which was held at. the .Emerson hotel in Mt. Vernon'on Thursday afternoon and evening.- Dr. FranK ,,.,., houses U. quarters less than a block away. The demonstrators smeared the signs ok British firms, and paint ed the sides of American nava vessels with, "Go home, you dirty forces." Most of the ,emphasis though, was directed against the Loans. Hox. Personal Loans. Mortgage Loan*. Cattle Loans. I)r::-"ts Onitrs. or Check the services you have used--v hen consider how you might- benefit from those you haven t used. We'll be glad to have you ask about them. Harrisburg National Bank of Harrisburg Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Home of Radio Broadcasting Station WEBQ Yin; Lorene r,wen, uiaM y»coi- auemuu" "* u *"'--"·«»· - f- nm dent gave a beautitul devotional o'Halloran, an oral surgeon from i.«, , ° ~ · '"· -- j ·»»·"· Evansville, Ind., was the speaker, _ i i_«»u *»,« iftamnnn and evening' , taken irom Psalms 121, and Mrs. Cillie Taylor followed with pray- cr A report on the distribuuon 01 Christmas boxes which members tilled at Chiistmas time for needy by Mrs. Vera families. \vas given McDowell. Two new members, Mrs. T Irene York and Mrs. Ruth Price, were welcomed into the class. . · Aiter business a very enjoyable social hour was held, during which ;ime birthdays of Mrs. Barker and Mrs. Delores Wiley were remem- ' Present in addition to those pre- · viouslv mentioned were: Mesdames , «-·' hil"Sn"Pks Rernicc Pickering, iVerna Butler, Vivian Coget Inez ·Keed. Madge Hancock. Edith iSimms. Beulah Yates. Louise 0- i Ncal, and a guest, Mrs. Jane Fuhr. £*VdllOl'iJ.*^F A * A V « . J -· -- · , at both the afternoon and evening sessions of the meeting. Mr and Mrs. Inon Craggs of Indianapolis, Ind., former residents of .Harrisburg who have been; in _ . %_ ' i _ _j. _..M.^V!V. »»ir««TinO to\vn for the relatives and Cain Home Bureau Meets with Mrs. Tom Enoch The Cain Home Bureau ! met on Friday afternoon at the jhome of Mrs. Tom Enoch unit with last .week- visiting reiauvca «»« friends, left this morning on their return trip home. Company Dissolves The Tri-State Supply Co.,- a cqr-| poration at 13 Gum street, Harris-' burg, has filed a statement of dissolve, it was announced today-bv the office of Secretary of-State Edward J. Barrett in "Springfield. The Daily Register. 20c a week bv, carrier, bo. · - · · in- I l l l l l l ' _ V *. A » * « n ^ » -- -- « Mrs. Walter Williams acting as itssislant hostess. There were ten members present at the meeting, each answer- roll call with a program sug- for the coming year. A visitor. Mrs. Bob Brown, was pre, sent on this occasion. d : ! n t minor topic. ". Ls 2,.^ ? . Beck in llomcmakcrs Tune. · . ·-ivc'i bv Mrs. Robert Bramlet. ° The riext meeting will be ·»i the hoire of Mrs. Carl ^ithMre. Charlotte Xolcn acting as assistant hostess. . held assm , M n H»lls Tot Luck Luncheon i .\ pot luck luncheon at noon Shiahlisht of the inccUng Wednesday afternoon "I spring romance For a sen!imer;oi season .. . Jurior Gu«!d"s vc.-y loo'y'^e originol i:S t.-.o slors of $lir*s rippling vo'uminously - a fjgtrj draped bodice. In r»ch rcyon crooo v/'h vivid porpies pr ; n'cd on cof'h b'ac' . . . cxc'uiive'y Junior Guild's. SS IWhitlock. Alvm tchlund, frminine the hostess. Mrs. Choisscr. i;rc Vaniloc Williams of Har- appa/cl j the meeting. MILK Historical Food Milk .is one of the oldest known foods. Records 'exist of cows being miUted in 9,0.00 B.. C. The Bible contains many references to nulk, one of the best remembered from Exodus 3:8 ^-"milk and honey.' Sanskrit writings 6,000 years old telMiow milk is one of the most essential of all foods Hippocrates recommended milk as a medicine five centuries before Christ. In l^r of the Chaldees a frieze depicts a dairy scene in SoOO B. C. showing milk containers and strainers. Government nutritionists say that in terms of money Talue, from 1-5 to 1-3 of the allowance for food should be spent for milk and its products. Dr.-Henry C. Sherman. Colombia- -University, recommends that regardless of the amount expended for food, as much should be spent for milk and .dairy products as for meat, poultry and fish. A quart of milk is equal in energy value to approximately any one of the following: 1 Ib. lean beef. 9 eggs, 6 Ibs. tomatoes, 5 ,lbs. spinach. 13 small oranges. 3 broilers, 7 bananas; 5 Ibs. 1 raw cabbage. For 14-the cost of the moderate price market basket, milk supplies close to 1-2 the family's food needs. From One. of America's Finest Dairies A T Exhibit- Sy Sehoeffer of ANiS ?US TM 1 ^ i " ll;t NMS ^* io e;u-:i s-av- ""rlhcr :nc r P^^^sI II'-wc* "r, i;;i.\!s ihi'sc uptrends to brir.2 : January savings! When you at inn today s considerably higher replacement costs, foresighted women will readily appreciate the importance of purchasing X(W and realizing the investment value in the months to come. . . - See These Fine Furs Monday and Tuesday at the *·* JEWS PA PER .FWSFAPFR!

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