The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 19, 1948 · Page 3
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Harrisburg, Illinois
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Monday, January 19, 1948
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THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL., MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 1948 p AGE Social and Personal Items ( U on Ki'i- (i. · · i JilIH'l J H ' M / M * lorn ·'' n tin-; niorikhitf a Officers Installed i;y I'rid i' ol A now ljckah Loiltfe Pride of Arrow llebckuh Lodge l Announce .Marriage I Of Stonefort Girl Mr. and Mrs. Adolph hold a beautiful ceremony Friday W KI,M':.|)AV i i'. y and impressive v v . % ...^ nlfjht at » o'clock, in the L O. 0. F. hall, with Harry Kuiicne Border, son of Mr. ; IK' Mrs. Ilarrv Border, acting as flatf bearei. Mrs. Harry (Bessie) Horder acted as installing chaplain. Mrs. Hay (Madfjo) Johnson deputy piesident. and Mis. Recs as deputy Buck Calendar of Meetings idcorge ( N a o m i ) ars rial. . Other officers on tbe installing .staff were Mcsdarnes Kobeit (Alta) Williams, Ernest (Letha) Co- x;.u W i l l i a m ( N e l i a ) Douglas K a i l (Lcla) Suvei.'-G. B. (Velma; Sprague. and Miss Lou Ellen ilecves. all of whom are past of hccr.s of the lodge. Several other lodges ol the dist i i c t w e r e represented u i l h three id the district officer.-, prjsent: i.Mi.-,. Lillian Barnett of hqualny, uistnc. president; Mrs. Vulm.' t? ol Harrisourg, vice prc;,i- . and V e 1 rn a P a n k c y . m-rnsvillt, treasurer. Mrs. James (Velma) Gwaltney, t'nc l e l i n n g noble grand, \\a-, fa- torted to ir.c stalion 01 the past IKT of Stonefort are announcing the December marriage ol their daughter, Dorothy Morris, to Sgt J. Sjiarlan Hufl. which took jjlact- ;it ihe home ol Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hiley in Dallas, Texas. Dr. W. Marshall Craig, pastoi ol the Gaston Avenue Baptist church in Dallas, read the double- I'Jiig ceremony in a beautiful setting ol potted palms and ferns. Two large candelabra holding sixteen white lighted candles cieat cd light ior the service. Mrs. B. Johnson, a close fncnd of the bridegroom's family, pro- \ided piano music pieceding the The Garden Heights Home Bureau unit will meet Tuesday at -J p. m. at Ihe home of Mrs. J. A. Hicc, 115 West Park street. South Williford school PTA will hold its regular meeting at. t:6y tonight at the school. Mrs. M. M. Latimer. district president 01 the PTA, will be the speaker. Kcln-sh- ments will be served in the basement. The Uev. James Johnson, Union Sunday school missionary, of JM dorado, will be in charge of the W. C T U. program tonight a' 7-45. broadcast over WEBQ. The Bavliss PTA will meet to " , _ . _ · T » A II ceremony and accompanied t h t | night at 7:15. The Uev. A. II IrkX-gioc-ns sister. Mrs. Clyde I Modglin, pastor of the · OasKin Hiley. as she sang "Always." Mr. City Baptist church, will be tne i'nd'.Mis. David Ruff attended the speaker. couple. The l:ide wore mis', green and her corsage was made ol eight scat let loses. The- bridegroom wore the dress uniform of the United Stales Marine Corps. ' ! Harrisburg II. B. Unit ;own of ice -v u .,. ls wuh Mrs _ j. y. Capel k , « V . T ¥ F 4 H I * · « * * ' · v · · · ·---·-* Due to the illness of Mrs. Stella L / U t . \,\J t l l V J l l * * % - f c » ^ v- * · - - - - Brasheais, the January meeting of the Harrisburg unit of Home Bureau, which was to have been held itoddard Urges ermanenl U. of I. Branch in Chicago CHAMPAIGN, 111., Jan. 19--U.E --President George D. Stoddard of lie University of Illinois was on record today in favor of establish- ntf a "permanent" university jranch in Chicago, which he said ultimately would become as large is the main university here. Stoddard made the proposal in a speech to a group of Illinois Centra! railroad directors and general officers here late Friday. He said he favored setting up a permanent Chicago branch because he doubted that Champaign and Urbana could grow fast enough "to keep pace with the university." "We know we can have a university of 40,000 or 50,000 students any time we want it if the state will accept our estimates of our needs," Stoddard said. He predicted that enrollment Latest Donations in Christmas Seal Sale Latest contributions in the Christmas Seal sale campaign are as follows: --«v..n ..»-.»«.·, -- - - - - - , SI: Garfield Lowe, Benjamin Hazel, 37, died' yesterday as J'jKnight, Loveda Fearheilcy, Arthur Burns from Fire Killing 3 Children Fatal to Parents DANVILLE, 111., Jan. 19-tU! --John Marrow, 49, and his wife, result of burns suffered in a lire which destroyed their home Saturday, killing three ol. then sis children. The Marrows died at Lake View i Frank Cook, hospital within an hour ol e a c h j -- othei. Authorities said the fire apparently was caused by an overheated kitchen stove. Flames broke out while the family was sleeping, cutting off an exit from one of the bedrooms. , _ Three children, Sandra, o, Marguerite, 13, and Gladys, 9, burned to death in their beds. Leo. », was burned severely. The two other Marrow children escaped injury. Ha.U'S. John Potts, A. G. Crisp, | C. Uenson, Till .Moycr, Walter Er| win, Robert Bailey, Thomas Guest, w w v du«toc«M« FoV'nnc soothing comfort, rub . c a u wnicn was lo nav « MUCH jju.w Dinner was served at eight o'-j w , l n |, er was h c \d at the home of ·Inrk in the ovcnint! and center- -i-... · \'r /-·,,,,,.! ir..;,l.,r · rt»rnnnn. noble grand where she will s e r v e ' d i t i o n a l "bride during the cai ol 1948. I miniature. clock in the evening and center ing the briiLl table was a :wo- tieied wedding cake with the tra- ins. .;. V. Capel Eriday afternoon, \vith Mrs. II. J. Aldrich and Mrs. Ike Latimer as assistant hostesses. , ,. ., ii\u j_,,uian_-i ao ciojoi«'". ..^«--~ and groom in | Responses lo ro n ca n WC re "Pro- Far Traveling Bird The surfbird breeds in Alaska and winters as far south as the Straits of Magellan SPECIAL - SI and $5 JARS Vita-Fluif Creme Shampoo PRICED VERY LOW -- THIS WEEK ONLY Novedo's Beauty Shop 1008 South Ledford Phone 919W on the Champaign-Urbana campus would become "stabilized" at about 20,000, and that if a Chicago branch were set up it "ultimately" would reach the same size. The elective officeis. Mr.-,. Carl 'Olga) Abernatln, noble- grand. ! Miss ,Miidred Silver, vice grand; I Mrs. Frank (Georgia) 1'attcrson, ''-ocording secretary; Mrs. Glaclms, ' , Vivian) Gibbs, nnaneia! sec re i Uuy: and Mrs. Wendell ( M a m i e ) ' tJiiinilct, treasurer, took the obligation while then ngh 1 . hand? The newljweds spent a week's honeymoon "at the Jefferson hole! in Dallas, and following Sergeant Huff's military discharge, leit lor Los Angeles, Calif., where they II make then home. Mrs. H u f f is a graduate of Man gram Suggestions." The Minor lesson, "Use of Date Book m Homemaker's Time," was given by Mrs. II. 0. Buell and the home adviser, Mrs. Harry L. Harper, gave the major topic. "Everyday Courtesies," and led in the dis- Mrs Hull is a g r a a u a e 01 .«,^ -- . which followed, tcno ugh school and the Chicago Charles Hine, general ways CMii-int r\f R l i t - l t t n C C . .J. T CT *·» i - School of Business. Sgt. Huff was graduated from ested on the white B.ole of tne ^ «}'. h S^^^, Tex', \tf\(1f - -- » tr * * _ _ ^ ,* lulgc. hach officer was then escorted to her station and gnen the col lar of her office by l!ie deputy marshal. Mrs. Ilees. ..ou can Jiy - *''"~^ r^^tJti i Officers' appointed by the noble Lvdia 1.1 'Iflsiiarn s 6K "-j^_ «. am i U nd tne vice grand for the !',' the i m m d v J o : 'T sorvir-" n S. Marines, seiving 1.1 '(. Quality bRINTIN ' " ^ 9 -* \ sx ·V ^- You set the fin- $-· et wht-n ou let if;-: IK taki- lare of Cr-1 o«r p r i n 1 i " £- |T : ni-eiN. Whether H" law or small we ser- . \ear are Mesdames Lcroy (Mar- ·' I J M i e t ) Oaiis, warden; Cline (Hci- t iMi) Temple conductor; Euga.' (Marie) Horn, chaplain; Lawrence i U-odic) Pottei, musician; Merle 1 uMiHicent) Guard, right supporier 1 10 the node grand: Owen v C o i a ) ( H u n s i n g c i . Icit supporter to the noble grand; Carl uN'aida) Foils, inside guardian, and Bruce (Her- I.KC) .McGuire as outside guardian. I tie vice grand appointed Mes- v.aines Lowell (Thelma) Hill and , \ \ . C. (Wilhelmina) Cooper as right supporter and left sup- i 01 lei- respectively. ihe nooie grand received love'-, bouqucu. irom the lodge and \i*m her moiher, daughter and .Mer. The vice grand was pre- ci.ted w i t h an arm bouquet of \mencan Beauty roses from the Southwest Pacific during Ihe war. Pankeyville Class Meets With Mrs. Blanche Shackleti The Naomi Ruth class of the Pankeyville Baptist church held its monthly meeting and class social Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Blanche Shacklett. The meeting was opened with the theme song, "Our Besl,' fol 'owed by opening prayer by Mrs. B -a t Sadler The deVotion'al was call at that meeting will t S r e n b Mrs. Alta Norman, who I exchange of comic valentines .1M.U ' and means chairman of the Saline County Home Bureau, was a guest and made a ihoil talk on the plans | of Ihe county organization to buy a new car for the use of the home adviser. Before the meeting was adjourned the unit had decided to raise its quota by holding a Galloping Collec at the home of Mrs. Sam Cape sometime this month, the exact date of which will be announced later. At the close of the program, Mrs. Gearhart. president, reminded the members lhat the next meeting will be at her home and also that roll call at that meeting will be an . . * . read the fourth chapter of Sixteen members answered rou ci.ll and one visitor was present. Mrs. Kachel Mattingly closed the meeting. Refreshments of donuts and colfee were served. The next meeting will be held the home of Mrs. Bettie Nor- at man. In the social hour which followed, the hostesses served delicious refreshments of fruit punch, tea cakes and salted nuts to the 20 members and g u e s t s present. Guests in addition to Mrs. Hine, 80 Year-Old Lady's Rheumatic Pains Go! She Praises Tru-Aid Recently an 80-year-old lady living near here stated that she almost suffered death with rheumatic pains in her \vho'e right side. When she tried to \valk she would simply flinch v.ith agony and says she had become just a "bundle of nerves" due to her lone period of suffering. She bought all kinds of medicines but nothing seemed to work on her until she got TRU-AID. She states she was amazed at the results when she got this medicine. Now the rheumatic pains have gone from her entire right side. She can walk without suffering for the first time in years and says her nerves are "strong as steel." She feels like a new woman. TRU-AID is the new liquid formula containing -three -valuable medical ingredients. These Three Great Medicines, all blended into one. go right to the very cause of rheumatic and neuritic aches and pains. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on V I L I U M A i l l U U U I L i U i l *-V lfj.10. A i * i » v «**.*^i *-..*, »..- v ' "~ -- ~ - YJ i_ were Mrs Capel's mother. Mrs. i suffering! Get TRU-AID. Sold by Pearcy. Mrs. Don Johnson. All Drug Stores here in Harrisburg NOTICE Opening Tuesday Jan. 20 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT THE DIXIE GRILL SERVING 9 SOUTHERN PIT BARBECUE © VEGETABLE DINNERS © CHICKEN © CHOPS · STEAKS · SHORT ORDERS DELICIOUS COFFEE AND PIE DIXIE GRILL Route 45 Open 6 a. m. to 12:30 a. m. . The following members were present: Mesdames Bertha Butler. Fern Waddell, Bctlic Norman. Stella Wallace. Alta Norman. Ka/ presented with the past grand's !,,in by her sister. Mrs. Thelma ! lull, and a lovely vase was given 10 her as a gift from the ofncers i oi the lodge. PRINTERS 22 S. Vine Phone 11 SOW j ceremony was * . i » i v ,1 « » - " · - *· . s.: pi in \ * ti liil.i't · V 1 *·" * · « » · · · -- - - * ~, lodge by her sister. Mrs. Margaret ,J eiia ^ . , j.- annic Owens. Hat'; ; s Lavi s . The past noble grand was ^f^ ^ m a Myers, Flora Chambers, Dora Chambers. Clara Sad-1 Icr Charline Norman. Wanda Mc-l Cormick. Josephine Gwin. one visitor, Marie Yarbrough, and the hostess, Mrs. Blanche^ Shacklett. Ladies* Aid Meets With Mrs. Oscar Burlison. Mrs Oscar Burlison of Thomp- sonvilie. RFD 4. was hostess to members of the Laches Aid ot Ebcnczcr church last Wednesday afternoon. ·\fler appreciatory speeches^ f roni Tlie nbble grand 'and-'the vice granB7 Mrs. Barnett, district president made a very nice talk, and the then closed with J rra\er by Mr.s. Lou Ellen Reeves Ntirscrv Shower for Mrs. A'. H. · Mr,. A. H. .'.ocigun An I The scripture lesson was given · A nursery snowt-r was neld on T » c sc gj v Carnoy . a£tcr which Jan. IS at the oawin* cu Bdp-| J ^.«. d enjoyed group list church in honor o A those r" a list ^ . i i u i » - » * *·· --^--- li Modglin. wife of the pastoi of the church. A large storK was in front of the church with a pile of nursery shower beside il brought by ihe g -\fler Mrs. Modglin opened nis Pr-ivrr was offered by 511151111;. rraci «u^ v* Mrs. Carl Whitcamp and Mrs. Austin Cowger. . , During an entertaining socia Lloyd L. Parker ~ Presents: a Luxurious It's "Long" on Comfort 80 inches long! Sofa and horn refreshments were served to the following: Kimmel and son. « " ' c ' of sandwiches, cotfec and ^ A ^ fc . . u ..... -- i.u« Duffce. Maude Raymond Greet. Luke Carney. vi..»..».-~.-- - - - - pihiii I ou Hutch- DarnhiH. Fl . on ^i,Y' Da i sv Rude. I Home Bureau Unit Meets ciaft. Ha*el !tiHv. oais i , Furman no. «,,^A Henry Chase. Roy and Miss Lena Carney, and her U,. j n e nc\t iiicciint, "* ;-~ --_ · will be at the home of Mrs. Roy ciatt. iia^ei ouuv-.. »-·.- -- \c, lc ^ Palicrson, James uocKaON. "r-i-l Bin-er Wcldon Tucker. Ls- t ,.Ul O i n ^ v , * , ..«:,, riftrtr«f» IllMUC I»ui *,OM v · · · « · · With Mrs. Ownly Furman The High School unit of the j Home Bureau met Tuesday at the . »· «· * /-\....*l*» iTur-rvifiTI \V1I \1 Chair ^"'^"r'uomaVl'arain. George , !omc bureau motTuesday a l i n e SS!£r-c3. M»^ c,au,,cg«--as^'STeSS Tedlock. Ki Oe: Sarah Abraham. Punch Parker. Cecil o'ta Ilutchcrsft. ^3"^ trn O. Maude Land. Ray- in attendance. . »n, Ray- After a business session the ma-. ^-e. Clay- j 0 r lesson. "Balanced Living, was j .ane. £· I s iven by Mrs. Harry L. Harper., George j,nmo ndviser. The minor topic serious world- *ide shortage of fats and oils still con- tmues-say govern- toent officials. Saving "sed fats helps ease Ws shortage-helps conserve food, too! So help yoar country --and help yourself! ,. u sed fats bring good today! i^ inv I c e Leaociici. w«-»- HUIIH: mti^». *"~. ,,...,,- M'I. O. .io. ^ C V McNcil Fred Cox. »tj sc o f Date Book in Home Mak, xVVvtrp" Joc'lloidcn. George Pr s Time." was discussed by Mrs. :" c ^ °,w Ka'vmcr Bob Cummins. | Davc Evans. Both topics were m- \ K r , i VihS U-iura Vineyard. s t ruc tivc and interesting- n .\u.ttic ^.! aDtJ ' .,. A »vord game. "Lets bat. was 1! ^ x %. N Sc Edith and Effic conducted by Mrs. Gus Sycrs. and , ;ii f t, Ino : 'enc Cox. and Mrs. prizc Dinners vcrc Mesdames Carl j ·y inisl vnniS7 and the honoredJUith. Elizabeth Co?by. WaUor '"f"-, A v';f TrcdSna Modglin. n-nscii. Art Stone. Lorcn Lustci, ' i utsi. -»··" and Victor Humm. , , , torri ,«ilr Ola* JlecU j A ^agif^y decorated table UMih »n^Mc"»* of Dor J^ n Vand ar ho Cm omade cookies nnd The 1-v.ici, bib c «a« ·o. l ^^ , atcr . cd )V ir'svillc Baptist church TMct a^ci ^ assisl an.5, ; s s omc of Mr.s. Ko*c -JcHra^ i Mcsdamcs Mi n csc Fulkewon. Louday ociunu. ioi a rc^iuar ic Bennett and Trafton Dennis, n-i-ctms. , . lass prcsi-t Announcement was made ol a a,i^^9 is s-suTpjas -"K! "tional «a* g|«n ^Sfe^, by-VrSO p. m. at »hc home of Mr 5 . \5! P1 Bertha SaUingly and Mr S .AVcndeH BramW^ jo'/A. Smitn. d l hour Mr. ar.d Mrs. K. 1). Gidcunib 328 1 During a PY^idS^hes and East Da.vton street. «cre visited this refreshments o» «fj^, fo iso*., «cck-ond by thier dawchtw. M ss coi;cc were * cr f c i, 1 o4oo,e Lou- Svbil Gidc«mb. and her g««?5t. M ss _ _ ti^»l^itir«. AllCC \' IW"';- _ ± . .._/·..,, ^- ti * --·" "« ;n t il. Yarbci. _ Cora Dixon. rcena U \.,ughn. r.llo '^-V',, Hose StncWu.- R»J Xoonan . d ' a ' OVUli Vfium.iiv. ««"« · · » - ·; . ., Slay Ann Haftcn of SI. Louis. Mo. Mr* Harcl cTimmii^. of Sprinc- .1H. lio/vi v ·.*»! ;",,: price Mac field was a hoii.segue-st o: .Mr. ana MdOoiSr y-ary ^"Morris Sko«s this ^cek-cnd · _. Ethel' ·«·-- /TM..-...v.;«c \m foviiicrij -»ii~s ti \.iii -- -o ,^ration oaiuv- I oircrgonc' maj Harrisburg : r»?H a Ki3g« '^Kl» b ra«? .Hamburg. J^;.^ Indiana Gas iJfSESHjSTTS ISJSSSf « -r-rto,. as -w» itorv- today. Mrs Alice' Forwo of Harrisburg 'entered*Hemn ho«-pijal. room 11» I for medical trc-i^ncn-- Sunday. i Mr ind Mr-"c. A. Fcrcuson iss;'f{s^.,^£« S?SSS'ofT,,olAn a S ^IB^-ssisss ^ls»t^51i? s sw»rn in Jy Supreme Court Justice Murphy. So smartly styled that it will add "the decorator .touch" to any living room. So roomy, even a man six feet and over can stretch out in blissful ease. So comfortable yet so durable. so *i *% OO 2 Pieces - Sofa and Chair ££ J.\J\J Choice of Rich Covers Llovd L Parker's Furniture Store 1 fl -·a \ 1 . U - ? t ' ill V| -«'*! ££ *-,. i t SPAPFRf

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