The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 24, 1948 · Page 3
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Harrisburg, Illinois
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Saturday, January 24, 1948
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THE DAILY REGISTER, nARBISBOBO. ILL.. SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1S48 PAGE and Personal Items Mrs. Leo Fowler Guest j The names of Mrs. Lorcn Vln- Speaker at Kaleigh Home Bureau j yard. Mrs. Alfred "Our Share in World Trade," was the theme'of the lesson given I by Mrs. Leo Fowler, a member 01 the Uorris Heights unit of Home Bureau, when she was guest speaker at a meeting of the Raleigh Home Bureau unit, Wednesday night. The meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Stanley Bishop. Other guests were Mrs. Kenneth And and Mrs. T. Cantrell. Twelve members of the Kaleigh | unit answered roll call with new ' program suggestions for the com-; Ml . . J|H J Mrs H L jj ur nett, 302 ing year and the name of a new E ' t ' , ; , strcct , cft ycs terday member, Mrs. A. J. lison, was add-',,,. ., l( / ur ol ToxaSf and the Uio Harvey Vineyard. Mrs. John Wren, .Ans. Laura Vineyard. Mrs. Hugh Koljerls and Mrs. Ben Partain were unintentionally omitted from a l : t,t of names carried in a story concerning a nursery shower lor CHICAGO, Jan. 24'. -- OJ.R) -- A Mrs. A. 11. Modghn last WCCK. :t cac j lcrs ' slrikc in f o u r Chicago Teachers in Chicago Call Strike Tuesday Oir. and Mrs. Charlie Skaggs.,17 South Granger street, arc leaving today for .Miami, Fla., where they for the next two bigh schools tnreatcned today to Bary Ensemble is a Hit At Community Concert By JOHN SCIIOKK be said to iiavo had its moments HTHS Vocal Music Supervisor !« f modern contusion. Concert artists may come and goj s °l"' ano :it ^'M Concert but occasionally a soloist or a , Jl "-' 1 '^ : "'t' U' s ' who still qucs group of musicians makes an ap- ( l o n l n o pcarancc upon tlic scene and leaves ' e . r " , a lasting impression. Last night's, ( "' 1 '- sl ! perfoimance by the Bary Ensemble Marrtag* Lkitmti Bernard MulkM,' 21, tod B«tty Iluth McConneii, 19, both of H«r- risburg. The Dally Register, 20c a week, was one to be' recorded as a memor- spread throughout the city's public i able musical experience. school system unless action is taken by Tuesday to pay school em- plcyca their back salaries. \.lue of all mod- it i»n ,. but certainly Hl'.'iv.ody," long ago l t s l )Uv "' ^^ affections of A "! C1 l e a i 1 , !l( - ; '' ' -· "- was Mer- °- stm ' '·" »""jl I'laycd by a small ""'' Chamber music is by no means the easiest kind of music for the ., ,. . , . , , . . ordinary layman to listen to. Its, M|SS l l e l w i l «--nus, violisl, did ed to the roll. Grande vallcv into Mexico. They During an hour of recreation, i expect to be gone for at least two 14.000 instructors, set the "no pay conducted by Mrs. Emery M i M i - i weeks, i -- n o school" deadline at midnight vocal music so often relies upon. resents more than by Mrs. Emery M i l l i - j weeks, gan, those members of the unit i ! Monday. who have had birthdays thi.s month ! Harry Taylor last night suffered \ Fewkes said today he was certain ' ' with dish low-';, recurrence of an illness he hast (hat a final count on a strike vote ; l'i,d for some lime and was taken | would be in favor of the walk-out. The February meeting will be to the Lightner hospital where] With most of the votes in, there held at the home of Mrs. Glenn 0. a blood transfusion was adminis-j was a nine-to-one margin in favor leied. It was reported today that | of the strike, Fewkes said. were remembered els. Jones. Three Birthdays Honored At 1'ot Luck Dinner Friends and neighbors gathered at the home of Miss Susie Turner ~£ of Carrier Mills on Tuesday ol u h;s condition is better. this week to enjoy a pot kick dinner in honor of three birthdays. A meeting of the Saline County those oi Miss Turner, Miss Ann Garden club will be held Tuesday Lanchart, and Miss Adeline Han- , ,-,t 2 p. rn. at the home of Mrs. Carl Hallock. 900 North Main cock. A numbe of beautiful gifts street. Assistant hostesses are The city council's finance committee tied up teachers' salaries , and precipitated the proposed ! strike several weeks ago when it ' refused to approve the 1948 budget ! of the board of education. In i Chicago, the board of education sets up its own budget and pegs its own tax levies which then are approved by the council. Students Walk Out The finance committee rejected » V l M l 111UJ1V OV VA*.V.*« * * « i v , u v . j * v . « . , . j . l It is to be enjoyed much as a fihe- , '/ , h " rc . w -'rc no more concerts to , ly wrought cameo or a single gcml f ? l l o w «" the scries, members of , would be Its voices must be , t n e concert association have had strong enough to give fullness to ' - - - - - · · the ensemble effect and yet sustained enough to allow a perfect blend of tone. Artist at Piano The Bary ensemble filled the bill admirably. In spite of the fact that each member of the group is an excellent soloist, the individuality of each became secondary to the beauty of the group's play- were presented to the honorecs ' Mcbdames Harry Border. Carl Cor- the budget because it was $16,000,- irom the following guests: Mes- 1 ,-ic, Artie Lentz, Fred Marshall, '· 000 higher t h a n l a s t year, mainly ' "" n\T (JKNKRATIONS: MTM- Etl)a Ku d "- of Harrisburg; Mrs. ris, 1 * · '· '* _ ,, · i i r _. I - 1 ./v* i w \ l s * . "VT «»4- H * i I INS-.*** / \T. sts,) i ' I ^f\f i i,,, i M i t t i i ' i Jo Hcbion Reynolds. Mr::. Wilbert (Nigel) r lit'llc daughter. Barbara, all ot (.'dimes (litcctL-d In iiicd ntii-es iiuve been Matson Plucking Wings Faster dames Blanche Turner, Marie liar- Jane Murphy Laura Koper, Lcanna Austin, Lou Lee Elms, Nellie Bailey Beers, Alma Jean Vanhoy a ,8°°? doal ° r lhcir money's worth , already. The next concert will feature ' Miss Eileen Farrell, distinguished soprano. Third Victim of Auto Crash Dies ing. The audience was obviously j LAWRENCEV1LLE, 111., Jan. 24. sold on ensemble music. There |-- l'R)-- Lester Brothers, 42, died ought to be more of it. | m a Princeton, Ind., hospital last Miss Gertrude Bary, the pianist ' !i S ht of in ,J ul : i( * suffered in a ·mrl dirpptor of the afouo not onlv tv - 0 ' wa v collision in which two ' iob of Plav n« a other persons were killed and five wSlT'she j -- injured a week ago WJl ". , u . ^" v J?" · X *hrm',«hn t ! resulted in the deaths of i s son, presided at the piano throughout T n m m v ,, - ,, t , onpt . .. n n r to take care of increased teachers' have been , A mechanical poultry-wing strip- son Larry; Ethel Kami, Eflie Tan-, cna nge in place of meeting, atson. L o u - I per strips the (light feathers O f'nc-r. Manoell Turner and son, John | . don. « vl ' :u cinckcn wings at the rate of COO and Mrs - H a l L a n d R « s h e t e r Members please note, trim the budget. Cour.cilmen an' ' ,swered that they would not ap- ; prove it. until forced to do so in 1 I. O. 0. F. Lodge No. 386 will · court. The Daily Kegiater, 20c a week [bv carrit-r boy ..r'l 2.000 employee.-.. E60 an hour and of turkeys ~aVa"bou" ; Gllts wcrc scnt by sevcral who i hold its rcgula ' h a l f that'speed. The machine has could not be present. 17:30 p. m. wit been placed on the market - L, T ~~ -, T~ - liliatory degree. AH members are '''' T " t v ~ l ·- - 'i-rgcd to be present, and visitors L-A-D-I-E-S Here is the Washer You Have F Beera Wcitisig For? ! W. J. O'Ncil lo Speak | At Woman's Club .Monday j .-:·: welcome. i VV. J. G'.Meil. of the N r . G. i Forest stafi, will speak at me i | next meeting on Resjular roiuui-lop typo, S sheet sixe, porcelain lined tub. ribbed construction, heavy a l u m i n u m body. ONE OF AMERICA'S FAMOUS WASHERS Priced so low you can own a nc\v modern washer now! meqting Monday Many students at Lane and Tild- work in the in- j en Technical high schools walked out ahead of the teachers. "If they won't pay you. we won't make you work," said students at Lane, the biggest non-coeducation- I al high school in the world. George Chrisman, Miss Virginia Peterson, 'cellist., tica! condition todas, and four and Miss Mary Becker, violinist.: high school t,'nl«; -4ill were hos- each played a solo group with dis- ji;tali/.i'd wiih less serious injuries. tinguished artistry and good taste. | Th; acculc-nt occurred as Bro- Richness of tone and technical t ' l t M s v.ns i-r,.in-,' his wife and :-on precision were evident in all the: ;:nd the fo-ir gir!.-. lo Faiiiield strings throughout the evening. Qi Although the clarinetist, Miss Phyllis Gugino, appeared only in to attend .1 La'Aionceville-Fairfield ', I'.igh sdiool basketball game. $ 15°° Allowance ON YOUR OLD STOVE Regardless of Condition On Purchase. of a WARM MORNING KING-0-HEAT NO. I HEATER WASHINGTON OIL BURNER Save $15.00 * A * Harrisburg 'noon ot the°Hnrrisburg Woman ' bytcrian church will meet Monday; mittee said it would meet again j c l u b , it was announced today DV | at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. j Monday morning for further dis- lnc club president, :.irs. HarkJi- 1 Charles Boicourt. 201 North Web-, cussions on the budget and tax i.MiIev. The meeting will be neuilstcr street. I levy. president, ....*,. ,.,,...~. Miley. The meeting will be neui^tcr street, at the public library, at 2 p. in.! One member of the school board TERMS TO srrr SEE IT TODAY "I'M-'charge Pump, SIO Extra STORE (.llv; i J i i u i i i . Miumi. j * « L *j j'. * » * · . . . f j « ; -~ -- "-The program which will oe 1.1, The tea that tne guild of the, sa jd he believed the council would charge ot Airs De Witt Twentc. Christian church planned to have ^ change its stand "now that it has is on "Conservation of Natarul' Monday at the home of Mrs. Ellis made j ts p i ay to t he taxpayers' Resources." Mrs. n.. O. Joy win Williams, 216 Dayton street, has grandstand." pieside as general chairman, a n d ' b e e n postponed due to illness. .Mrs. Walter Unsell \vill give tn meditation. a * Bf ,.a* f*fs*, :i S I B The program will also feature, S||\g S STAIR 'ill* a piano solo Dy Miss Emily S^zJ^iaVaFv? ^ y l e ! cott, and a reading to Oe given ! oy M:ss Letitia Skaggs. Morciav alter- The Lcnore circle of the Pres-! The city council's finance com- the full ensemble groups, her work * '· - · ' "-J ·-· : ' ·· " * ----- in Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue," and "The Flight of the Bumble Bee," which was played as an en-; core, drew a well deserved burst j of applause. Her playing was i Sewing Club Meets t \','ith Mrs. Glen Ferrell , The "Sewing-Basket." a newly i organized sewing cluD. held | first meeting on Thursday evening i at the home ot Mrs. Glen Feneil. U. S. Court To Uphold Labor Ad Requirement fluent and skillfully modulated. The program ranged from a classical suite by Corelli to the modern "Rhapsody," of George Gershwin. It had its moments of lyrical beauty, of passionate singing, of delicate tenderness and o f j gypsy fire. In the case of the' Gershwin number it might even i UNDAY DINNER Chicken Any Way You Want It! STEAKS -- CHOPS -- HAM (lenuine Tennessee Cooking DIXIE GRILL Route 45 j WASHINGTON, Jan. 24--OLE)-;The government today asked the jU. S. District Court to uphold the : constitutionality of the Taft-Hart- Olficers elected at the- meeting; WASHINGTON. Jan. 24.--(U.R)-- ley act^requirement that union ofiarc: Mrs. Doug Gidcumb, chajr-, The Senate War Investigating com- ficers file non-Communist affidav- I man: Mrs. Kendall Webo. vice' mittee disclosed today that Stan- ite'chairman: Mis. Bill Smith, secre-. darcl Oil Co. of California was ad- Eobert N. Denham general coun- I wry: and Mrs. Bill Keen, treasurer, i vised in 1940 by an official of sel for the National Labor Rela- Kefreshments of apple pie w i t h , tno foreign subsidiaries to be "pro- tions Board, asxed the court to \\hioped cream, and 'couee were!.Japanese" in order to maintain dismiss a suit by the National 'sen-ed during an entertaining so-j "very Targe business" with Japan. Maritime Lnion (CIO) challenging icial hour to the following: *la- The disclosure came as the com-'tne. constitutionality of these pro! dames Donna Fulbnght. Louise; mittee- questioned Harold L. Ickes. VIS J,o ns of the new labor law , Billiard, Mildred Duller. Louise; former secretary of interior and i The-union brought the suit be- 'Garrett. and those v.ho were prc-, -.\artime petroleum administrator. '9 ausc l . h , e b ° a TM , na . d refused to put ! viouslv mentioned. , ' He described as "shocking the * °» th ballot m a bargaining As featured editorially in December 1 7 1947 He descrioed as "shocking tne "· «'.' ""·: ""'"- "· » »-»«,-"""«, ; conduct of a wartime State Depart- flection for seamen employed by iment official who was a director, two . Gr ^t Lakes steamship com' - --. -i -i /-v-t - e *-*_i?r :_ nnnii^s AK A. Hanna L.O. ana \\ll- . [ board ii .MI much dependent upon professional .-kitl. you can he liiad and sure y;njr prc-scrip- i ions are in skillwl har.ds when send them { ns. Aciur;u -- Skill _ Dependability SKAGGS PHARMACY l»nptlSt CjrCiC l"« i'*CCtS , I H U I I L U L I K . J U I v. iiu w a o a u i i t i - L V A . _ , . _ _ ~ -* With Mrs. Bonnie Hoffman ! - m Standard Oil of California. |P ani ^, s - M : f A - Hanna Co - anct Circle E ot the First Baptist' Ickes said letters by Max W. j son Ttansit^Co. cliurch met Thursday at 2 p. m. Thornburg. special assistant to the ! a' the home of Mrs/Bonme lion- undersecretary of state from 1941 ' man. 121 West Lincoln street. Mrs. i to 1943. "corroborate certain sus- ' ?.iina \Voolard. cnclc presiden..; picions" that Thornburg "wasn't charge 01 the business'\\orking for the government" but the that TMt officers fall J ro v provi was n ' was more interested in the oil com- · Denham said Congress had a right to determine who shall have meeting. . A missionary book. "Cnnsta:.' pany. ,,- _. rv : e __ O f covernment asen- Emppor." interestingly re-' Chairman Owen Brcwsler. R.. ^ s ?£ ic ^t,TM K r lT"L¥l" viewed bv Mrs. K. W. Wallis. pas-; also read a letter in which James ! A. Moffett. president of two for- iS NOW GROWING FLOWERS IN THEIR OWN GREENHOUSES © Lilir- © Sr.ap-Dragor.s O Callendulas @ Potted Plants of AH Kinds F'ov/ers £« Fresh Dally at Greenhouses and Sold Direefiy fsrosrs Our Shop This Represents a Great Savings For Quality Floral Service Call 629 \A We D * ?xa / i eiivcr tor's wife. ' *· .uoucu. iJi-trsiucm. m i«o ii»; nftai : ( i^ dorision in rcoresentation Following the program, refresh-:eign subsidiaries of Standard of ???{r! dccision m representation, ments oi coliee and individual | California, urote President II. D -!^___" ' pics were served to Mcsdamej' Collier of the California company j ' i i Amos Doom. Helen Gidcumb. Cecil! that "you must take as strong a; BIRTHS : · rulliam. Lula Dixon. Marie Fear- j pro-.Japancsc position as possible" j i ibeiley R W. Wallis, Mina Wool- lo maintain business with Japan, i ~ ~ · , rid. "and a guest. Mrs. William! Moffett was head of the federal! Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Baird of 'Dixon. housing administration a t o n e per- j Stanford. Ky.. arc the parents o f j i Mrs. Cecil Pu'.liam will he host-j{ o d j n the early part of the Roose- ;,n eight pound boy born on Jan.! loss at the next meeting of the i veil administration. He is no long-' 20. 'The baby has been named i circle which will he on Feb. 5. · cr connected with enterprises o f . Clyde Randall. Mrs. Baird is the i the Standard Oil of California. ; former Freda Mings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Tov.le, of. Brev.stcr also placed in the rcc-; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mings of Ga:;he Fashion Palace, returned yes-; or( j a letter in which Thornburg latia. RFD 3. i i tcrday from Chicago after spend-, -.vrotc Reginald Stoner. a vice prcs- ! 1 ing the last week there selecting ; ( j cn j, o f Standard of California. Earth's Surface ; women's spring and summer fash- · a {j 0 - u t State Department activities The earth has a surface of ap- ; ions for their shop. :n Icnd-icasc to Saudi Arabia. proximatcly 200 million square i o ( . The Maine Kcpublican said -- miles, of which about one-third is , · Miss Jctle Letter of 60o Aonn an(1 IcJct . s a . 4rccc j -- that the letter ' land and two-thirds'u-ator. ', ' Main street was called to Kcnnctl. j nt ii ca tcd Ihornburg was looking ] Tuo. because of the_ serious illness a fi cr ],j s company's interests while i cf her brother.' ^s Lester leu scrv jno j n ihc government. i Irsl night. Brcwstcr asked Ickes. "Did you -- have reason lo doubt his interest ! Mr and Mrs. John B. Lee ictl lo ? j !c government?" 'today for Biloxi. Mis- where they -Yes." Ickes replied. "1 thought , will "vacation for the next two or j,; s ; ntcrc5 - v ,- as t o protect ihc I three weeks. ._ interest of the fag companies." 'Bob' LeTourneau To Speak Feb. 8 at .First Baptist Church i K. G. "BoV LcToumcau. or.c oi America's lcj.dinc indus»rial isis inventors, and manufacturers and "America's Loading Christian l.awan." will spcnk in Hsrrisburg oil Sunday. Fob. K. at 2::0 p. m. .it the Fir1 U.^3ist church. In constant demand as a speaker. Mr. IxrToiirncau «pcaks as many _as Jen times .1 week, flying in his ov,r, plane to nicoj his engage- iv.cnL*.. During he same week- c:.d of his .'ij«pcarar,cc here he ·Ail! also 'ill "neagemcnts in Car- bondalo on Sunday worniiig. and IP Marion on Saturday night, Twenty ycrrs at,o Mr. Ix'Tour j.;ai was a "one tool" mechanic. .M thai tir-ic he made God his ^cr.ior business partner, and since then, has ir.c* with phenomenal L'o spends his week-ends s .-ib'-uJl it. He civci r-il t);o credit 1" God. On Jus \isis here hj» will be ."xcompnniod 3y Mix. Do'.oihy M. i ;S;n.ih\'tr:i. faMiliar!y kno vn if ! -ho "Gospel Nightinga'e ',i Amor- l ica." in navy and whH* wool phidgott ·va^rwftor* and looks waadttfgl wfw»' » gtft thtn. Sir** 70-16.. 69.95 Pomps We Wire Flowers MONUMENTS OF CHARACTER Prices Very Reasonable Eldorado Monument Works Phono 161 ft 19 51 h SI reel ELDORADO Marion Ozmcnt Harrisburg Phone Connlv 2 inow w/irfe fleece cosf Jo wrop orovncf you for J/icf fccoufiruf fccf/rj. S/rci 10-16. m !f. il f DISTINCTIVE \ FEMININE APPAREL : i -f

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