The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 19, 1948 · Page 5
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January 19, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 5

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TEE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, U-, MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 1948 PAGE v v Social and Personal Items *» r .. i \ 1 M * I S ' - Mi^ V '· ,i,sli-:il is P'oprn- Ofliws Installed Uy J'ritlc ol Arrow iKobekah Lodge i 1'ridc of Arrow Kcbckah Lodge' hold a beautiful and impressive ceremony Friday night at 8 o'clock, in the L (. O. F. hall, with Harry Eugene Uorder. son of Mr. ; in 1 Mrs. Harry Border, acting as flag bearer. Mrs. Harry (Bessie) lorder acted as installing chap- I lain, Mrs. Kay (Madge) Johnson as deputy president, and Mis. '(ji-orge (Naomi; Kees as deputy I m a r s n a l . Calendar of Meetings i Annuunce Marriage I Of Stoiiffort Girl ' Mr. and Mrs. Adolph J. IJuck ner of Stoncfort are announcing, the December marriage of their daughter, Dorothy Morris, to Sut ·I. Sparlan Hufl. which took place al the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hilev in Dallas. Texas. Dr. W. Marshall Craij;. pastpi ol the Gaston Avenue baptist church in Dallas, read the double- rihK ceremony in a beautiful .set- ling ol potted palms and ferns. i;! |l) \ \ . Iloliinstm 31. ,_.,, ,,! bund now I m n i - ·» '""v,, ,, .,"il livi»i- io.-m 11110 , , - i ' t k ' · · l.i'nier.otie SU«!K- ' ' - 0 'Ml'IlU 'I 1 , Other officers on toe installing stafl were Mesdames Robert (Al- t.i) Williams, Ernest (Lclluu Co/ u i i , W i l l i a m ( N e l i a ) Douglas Karl (Lcla) Suvei.XJ. 13. (Velma) Sprague. and Miss Lou Kllen Keexes. all of whom are past ol licers ol the lodge. Several other lodges ol the dis- diet \veie represented \\itli three c.l the district oiiiceri. present: J M i : , . Lillian Barnett of hcmality. I oii-tric. president; Mr;,. Velnu- ol llarnsuury, vice prosi- F a n k e y . . Two large candelabra holding sixteen white lighted candles created light ior the service. Mrs. B. Johnson, a close friend ol the bridegroom's family, provided piano music pieeeding the ceremony and accompanied the tncl'jgioc'n's sister, Mrs. Clyde j H i l e y , as she sang "Always." Mr. ;nd Mis. David Huff attended the and V e 1 rn a treasurer Jg^i^O ¥du ' e to MONTHLY LOSSES? Mrs. .(nines (Vclma) Gwaltncy, tirmg noble grand, \\a- es couple. _ 'uiide wore a yown of ice mis*. t;rcen and her corsage was made ol eight scarlet roses. The bridegroom wore the dress uniform of the United States Marine Corps. Dinner was served fit eight o'- The Garden Heights Home Bureau unit will meet Tuesday at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. J. A. Rice, 115 West Park street. South Williford school PTA will hold its regular meeting at· ' : j° tonight at the school. Mrs. M. M. Latimer. district president 01 the PTA. will be the speaker. Rcln'sn- ments will be served in the base ment. The Ilev. James Johnson, Union Sunday school missionary, of W dorado, will be in charge of the W C T U. program tonight a f 7-45, broadcast over WEBQ. The Bayliss PTA will meet to night at 7:15. The Rev. A. H Modglin. pastor of the GasKin. City Baptist church, will be the speaker. Harrisburg II. B. Unit Meets With Mrs. J. V. Capel Due to the illness of Mrs. Stell Bra-shears, the January meeting o the Harrisburg unit of Home Bur eau. which was to have been her clock in the evening and tenter- ing the !rhl:.l table was a two I * ] C M l I I I i i K I I U W 1 V J_, i ti 11 ·* , H U T V J * * * H l » « v , · '» * M » t *«.*.-*, T , ,,,.- ioited to tr.e station oi the past tieied wciklir.g cake with the tra- * . . . II t 1 J · _ . t ,.1 l_ ._ _ .1 _ - _ _ , ! .r..,A.r..«-L'' I I* noble grand' wheie she will serve ditional "bride and groom" in d u r i n g the ycai ol 1948. I m.mature. iloddard Urges ermanent I), of I. Branch in Chicago CHAMPAIGN, 111., Jnn. 19--U.P -J'rcsidcnt George D. Stoddard of he University of Illinois was on ecord 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 Central railroad directors and general officers here late Friday. He said lie favored setting up a permanent Chicago branch because iic doubted that Champaign and Urbana could grow fast enough "to keep pace with the university." Burns from Fire ' Killing 3 Children Fatal to Parents DANVILLE, 111., Jan. 19--*VJ» --John Marrow, 49, and Ins wife, $1: Garfield Lowe, Benjamin Hazel, 37, died, yesterday as a | K,,i s ht, Lovcda l-Yarhcilcy. Arthur result of burns suffered in a l u x - , . , . , ., .. . f . r . G which destroyed their home SaUir-". J K l t s J o n n * otls - A - °- cns P' °' day! kHling three ot then- s i x ' C . Benson. Till Moycr. Walter «·'»- Latest 1 Donations in Christmas Seal Sale Latest contributions in the Christmas Seal sale campaign are as follows: children. The Marrows died at Lake View i Frank Cook, hospital within an hour ol e a c h j olhei. 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, 5, Marguerite, 13, and Gladys, 9, burned to death in their beds. Leo, «, was burned severely. The two other Marrow children escaped win, Robert Bailey. Thomas Guest, For flne soothing Vlcks VapoRub on our throat r.ndchcst.Trylt! , , ; -An-m n Vr.' '.'' ·' Vou "·' ; ' ' ,, u -|i'i\' pi ii'M- i mm 11 on'( i ; i''·»(.! I»ML p Quality ''·· i SPRINTING -I* *· -Til 0 The elective officers. Mrs. Carl 'Oljja) Abernathj, noble- granO; Miss Mildred Suver. vice grand; Mrs. Frank (Georgia) Patterson, · ccording secretary, Mrs. Gladius v V i v i a n ) Gibbs, nnancial secre i tary. and Mr*. Wendell ( M a m i e ) [ t j i a m l o t , treasurer, took the obligation while then- right handt Tested on the white Binle ol" tne lodge. Kach officer was then escorted ' tu her station and given the collar of her office by Mrs. Rees. the deputy marshal. Officers appointed by the noble jM-jnd and Uic vice gund for the i V e a r are Mesdames Leroy (Mar- ijMret) Da\is, warden; Cline (Hcl- , en; Temple, conductor; Ecigai- (Marie) Horn, chaplain; Lawrence i (.Lodic) Pottei, musician; Merit- 1 (.Milliccnt) Guard, right supporter , i 10 the noolc grand: uwen (.Cora) s , liunsingei, leit supporter to the , noble grand; Carl t.N'aida) Potts, t -nside guardian: and Bruce (iier- ; nice) McGuire as outside guardian. I he vice grand appointed Mes- The newly\veds spent a week's with her, was held at the home o Mrs. .i. V. Capel F.riday afternoon, with Mrs. If. J. Aldrich and Mrs. Ike Latimer as assistant hostesses. ! Responses to roll call were "Pro-, ' gram Suggestions." The Minor lesson, "Use of Date "We know we can have a u n i - j injury versity 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 on the Champaign-Urbana campus would become "stabilized" at Far Traveling Bird The surfbird breeds in Alaska and winters as far south as the Straits of Mafiellnn about 20,000, and that if a Chicago branch were set up it "ultimately" would reach the same size. i in. ,iv».i...v~.o 0,-v... -- · - y| )C j\jinor lesson, "use 01 uan: honeymoon at the: Jefferson hotol ? k . j lomema ker's Time," was us Dallas, and following Scigeant . , M n Q B H nd lhc H u f f s military discharge, leit for j.'TM '*·»»· "·" H a r r v L _ Har . Los Angeles. Calif., where they will make then home. Mrs. R u f f is a graduate of Man home adviser, Mrs. Harry L. Harper, gave the major topic. "Everyday Courtesies," and led in the discussion which followed. , . . i i t i,» rh;,-an cussion w men itmuweu. tcno high school and the Chicago {{ genera i ways C - j - i l i - , n l r t r I J I t l l l f l C ? C r * * · »- -- . . j - i i - School of Business. Sgt. R u f f was graduated from Denlon High School, Denton. Tex.. joined and means chairman of the Saline Count" Home Bureau, was a guest short talk on the plans 80-Year-Old Lady's Rheumatic Pains Go! She Praises Tru-Aid Recently an 80-ycor-old lady living near here stated that she almost suffered death with rheumatic pains in her \vho'e right side. When she tried to walk she would simply flinch v.ith agony and says she had uviiiuii in,;" o*.»«v. *"-'····'--. . ···· . ltu | ma( i c a short talk on the plans inncn v.an agony ana says sne nau in 1943 and immediately jomea countv organization to buy become just a "bundle of nerves" the U. S. Marines serving in the of the county oigan za j ^ ^ } ^ suffering. cr/,itKiii'oct P a c i f i c chirm" the Wai. J "S" L _ . . - · - c-i_. v -..i _ n i.:_.i_ ~r --,^:«:^«^ Southwest Pacific during the war. I'iinkcyville Class Meets With Mrs. Blanche Shackleti The Naomi Ruth class of the Pankeyvillc Baptist church held its monthly meeting and class social Thursday evening al the home ot Mrs. Blanche Shacklett. The meeting was opened -.vitn U;e theme song, "Our Best," lol- lowed by opening prayer by Mrs. adviser. Before the meeting was adjourned the unit had decided to raise its quota by holding a Galloping Collee 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 that the next meeting will be at her home and also that roll call at that meeting will be an Sadler. The devotional was call at that meeting w 11 1 by Mrs. Alta Norman, who! exchange of comic valentines .3 ' .. , ~ r T~V.n Tr, Ihn e n f i f i l h n i i r vuhll^l U I V C I I MJ A . » * ^ . . . . * « _ . _ - . - . read the fourth chapter of John. Sixteen members answered roh call and one visitor was present. »..,_ ..-_ c. - . . ..... , r:,\\ nnu one VIMIUI ««o i/n-^v...-. ·'"* H^'i.f^flri. "i" a " d . Mrs Rachel Matlingly closed the s£j. You net the fin$.\ i-st w h e n u let t i£~'i us t.ikc care of ,, *» \ jour H i i 111 i n JC- 4 If ! needs. Whether f . 5*£ l:irm- nr small v.c ; S\ : , ^ni- quality scr- ; , J,?^ " \i(c! ?'. ~:-'i , u'. C. (Wilhelmina) Cooper as ( · S " · ^ l-.er right supporter ana left sup"* '' y. 4 ,oite t - respectively. . ' i ihe noble grand received love' :-^5 -, bouquets trom the lodge and "ium her mother, daughter and -.stcr. The vice grand was pre- ented w i t h an arm bouquet of - -·, '4 meeting. Refreshments of donuts and coffee were served. The next meeting will be held the home of Mrs. Bettie Noral ''The following members were present: Mesdames Bertha Butler 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, She bought all kimis o! 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 . , -- .^ ------ -------- -- were Mrs Capcl's mother. Mrs. [suffering! Get TRU-AID. Sold by Pearcy. and Mrs. Don Johnson. All Drug Stores here in Harrisburg SPECIAL $1 and $5 JARS Vita-Fluff Creme Shampoo PRICED VERY LOW -- THIS WEEK ONLY Noveda's Beauty Shop 1008 South Ledford Phone 919W NOTICE Opening Tuesday Jan. 20 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT THE DIXIE GRILL SERVING * 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. . , : American Beauty roses from the iodse by her sister. Mrs. Margaret i»' Davis "The past noble grand was' ' FcVn"Xvaddell, Bettie Norman, llacc. Alta Norman, Ra V I JL-/*.- \ iJ, * · · * * j - » . - w w v-f -1 presented with the past grands '· t .-in by her sister, Mrs. Thclma "j I i-ill and a lovely vase was given '* I to her as a gift from the ofncers I ol the lodge. P R I N T E R S 22 S. Vine Phone 11 SOU After appreciatory spj;eches_ from ie noble grand^ntf'thc vice gran«7 Tlie Mrs ijlV u, i ti i J v* »**·'-- *...« t_, ,,iia. Barnett, district president made a very nice talk, and the ceremony was then closed with prajer by Mrs. Lou Ellen Reeves. i Nurseiv Shower for ' Sirs. \. H. y«odRltn . v ann ie Owens Hata Myers, Flora Cham- tie Mover; Oma .....~.~, -. ----hers, Dora Chambers, Clara Sadler Charline Norman, Wanda McCormick. Josephine Gwm. one visitor, Marie Yarbrough. and the hostess. Mrs. Blanche^ Shacklett. Ladies' Aid Meets With Mrs. Oscar Burlison Mrs. Oscar Burlison of Thomp- sonvile. h s t e s s o n v . - . A , members of the Ladies Aid of Ebenczer church last Wednesday afternoon. Urs. A. ». J.O«R.«. . nn I""jhc scripture lesson was given j A nursery snower was neld on I he scnpt« a£ter which Jan. IS at the ^*'"* L f . qBd ^X OS e in attendance enjoyed group ust church m honor of mis. A. those-m a ^ of£cred by ^ . J I U * V » « ··· "- . Modglin, wife of the pastoi r.f the church. A large storK was in front of the church with a large pile of nursery shower guts beside it brought by the guests. After Mrs : Modglin inosu in «ii«.»w«"..~ ----- f ", , sinking Prayer was offered b\ Mrs. Carl Whitcamp and Mrs. Austin Cowger o w . . . . . During an entertaining social hour, refreshments were served v the hostess to the following: r ·· _ _ -ii'^uu f I *-»^ nt r» I inn son. 'X -H ,hc 'piano, ker then own accompaniment. Lloyd L. Parker " Presents: a Luxurious It's "Long" on Comfort 80 inches long!' and S,ved_.from the_ following: Marie ere received iio*" »·"- »~ v. u Mc-danies Elmer Pclhank. Rich- r - l a n d . Lula Dutfee. Maude Raymond Greei. Luke The Q[ ^ ^ Chair l i l t ; IIUAI. ti»v*.«-«"e -- T , will be at the home of Mrs. Ko\ Carney. II\\;IIU:L-. *«·«,- '"X"",". " f " Untrb Carnhill fTMTM^.^* H^ch ^^ Unit Mcc(s ciaft. Ha/el btiHe. uais l u u Furman cialt i'.a/ei onu«--». «-""-.- -, r · "·"MS 1'auerson. James i-ockaby. r - u l Bui"cr Wcldon Tucker, b^- J ..III »ui ,-.*-'· . f- nnr af v^A^^tomaVPartain. George Homc Bureau met Tuesday at the : : C ,,^ U ' CS Martin. Claude homc of Mrs. Ownly^Hirman u,A I l l l l U C » W i vo»* v».» With Mrs. Ownly Furman The High School unit of the Home Bureau met Tuesday at the - -. m rf-V 1.. t^»« *-«·»*»»! \1*1» 11 Tc-dlock. I'.i c:e: Ti-ril Martin. v^»juuv.. nomc Ol 'uis. vy»«».- * » -Ct 'thirteen members and two guest Abraham. Maude Land. - ----Cecil Wren. Ray- inv M a r i n Lee Lcdbcttci. l l l l l l v w i i im-«»«" in attendance. auenuantc. . After a business session the ma-, jor lesson. "Balanced Living.' was -iven by Mrs. Harry L. Harper.! George h onlc adviser. The minor topic cdbcttci. eo o m e a . . McNeil. Fred Cos.. » Usc of Date Book in Home Mak- " Neil rrco ^u.v. -(jsc oi uaiu iv«n. «" "v...~ " "Hoiden. George cr - s Time." was discussed by Mrs. · Bob Cummins. \ Da vc Evans. Both topics were m- aura Vineyard, structivc and interesting. ruciivc iuiu iiin-ivov...j..^ A word game, "Let's bat. was conducted by Mrs. Gus Sycrs. and prize winners \\crc Mesdames Carl . Smith. Elizabeth Cozby. Walter; ,- » _. ^»- ^ T sv«*j*^ I 1lCl/»t* 1 serious worldwide shortage of fats and oils still con- tmues-say government off icials. Saving u sed fats helps ease this shortage-helps conserve food, too! s o help yoar country |-and help yourself! t, ^ed fats bring good rooney today! ('I.-I'K. Loy Raymcr. MS.W crabo. Laur, r^Sffis^? »vssf -ad. Inw-ienc Cox. and Mrs. i .· \v,-,i^i*»-»d and the honored ^mui;. r.nt.n«.-»" ·«-·---.-- , »ar --\V;" S Trcdona Modglin. .unseii. Art Stone. Lorcn Luster,, i-ucst. X - - land Victor Humm. · - "i rii« Meets ! A beautifully decorated table , DcrnsMilc Uass ."ecu hold a !ar«c bowl of delicious Mill. Mrs ?»*TM 1 ^ of Dor-'punch and hon^dc cookies and The Ladies »'»« g a £ sc ;° a . the,mints which were later served by j i risvnic Itoptist churen »ci a* }icr assisl anis. ' Ijomc of Mrs. U** M^ralh. 1 nJ "^ Mil! Fu i ko ^o n ._ Lou- j j day cvoiunu. ioi a re^mai v ^ Bcnnc u and Trafton Dennis. j ; n,ecting. h . ^ prcs i-i Announcement was **??** \ In the absence o l i a c c w ^ * - . .. R ^ Makms: which will 'dtnl, M^. »hcl._««»JnclK thc^c ^.^^^3,. F cb. 18. rt, \ by 17:30 p. m- at the homo of ?"^ · Mrs. i \Vcndcll Kramlet. i j ) " A Smith. . * ], our ^lr and Mrs- E. D. Gidcur-'- 1 ·During a ^.^dfv.ches and 'East Dayton street.«ere V f ' -- -- u .freshmcnts ol ^"JYhc follow)WC c?c-ond by thier daushtw. Miss. coJfcc were ^fJL^TooU. I/a- Svbil Gidc«mb. and her «««. M^ ; 5nc Mcsdaines A 1 ^^ 1 °Voonan. ] iay Ann Hafteno^St. Louis. Mo. i Mrs. Harcl C:iinroin«.. of Sprinc- ld was a housc.cue.sl 01 Mr. ana , -s.'Morris Skacc-. ^ W ,?T«« Cummins was formcrlv Miss , ^-H^cr.fojJoj, SPAPFRf . Jat. K^:»--^*Tcii 7.T d ,S" *i TM S «" ISM , to '^^affiffcsra: ·?*.sv*8«rs as?a^s*«*^ tory today. uhoVlboy viMi.;J 1J«5 son and d-jut-'Ucr-in-law. Mr. ^"« Mr f- c ; D-, c Fcm.son. On Tucday ot las; I^^^^S^f 1 ·^ils»^"« la's Srn in by 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 1 *% Oft 2 Pieces - Sofa and Chair JL5 J.V/Vy Choice of Rich Covers Lloyd L. Parker's Furniture Store W ·! ·« -ff m SPAPFRf

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