The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 26, 1948 · Page 3
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Harrisburg, Illinois
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Monday, January 26, 1948
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TOE DAJLY REGISTER. ,, MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 1948 PAGE THJUE1 mono! College Club Meets With Mrs. Charles E. Combe The College Club of Saline county met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Charles Combe, 121 West Poplar street. The school nurse, Mrs. J. C. Catlin, spoke on the "five ghosts in her life," which interestingly illustrated the unintentional influence that adults have on growing children. Delicious refreshments were served by the committee which was composed of Mesdamcs Ed Evans, Lindell Cummins, Wayne Dixon and the hostess, Mrs. Combe. I Founder's Day Program I Uy Chapter Z, P. E. O. Chapter Z, P. E. 0., met at the home of Mrs. Dora.,Capel Friday noon foi the annual Founder's Day luncheon and program. The delicious luncheon was prepared and served by a committee I Garden Heights II. B. Meets With Mrs. J. A. Rice The Garden Heights Home Bureau unit held its January meeting at the home of Mrs. J. A. Kict with 12 members and four guests The guests were,afc fol- composed of the first half of the members with Mrs. Ray Durham as chairman. After the luncheon, a very beautiful program was given in ob scrvance of Founder's Day. Mrs. B. G. Funkhouser, accompanied by Mrs. Fred Wunderlich, sang "My P. E. 0.," a song written by Mis. Amy Fowler, president of prcbviu. nit jjuvsw ..r --»/i^e lows: Mrs. John L. Hamilton, Mrs Mary Freeman, Mrs. Ownly Furman, and Mrs. John C. Small from TRACTOR «* IMPLEMENTS t Them Conditioned NOW! We have a full stock of parts and accessories. BARHAM-GREEN Tractor Implement Co. Locust Mill Sts. Phone -156R 1 *·* A J t AUtJ * . l r f . » » - W « J fr « · » . « . - - r - -. imot " , ,. , l t , , the New Jersey state chapter. The next meeting of the club | Mrs Charles E. Combe told will be on February 19, at the home of Mrs. Jacob Myers. Charlie Thompson, 316 West Church street, was taken to Light- nei hospital Sunday in an ambulance from the Turner funeral home. Mr. Thompson was believed to be suffering from pneumonia. Little Pamela Rilying, five-year- old twin daughter of the Lightncr hospital receptionist, Mrs. Lucille Rilying. has been a patient at the hospital since Friday. The child has a cold and asthmatic condition. ReiieTSTasr ForYour Cough Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the -way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION Mrs. Charles E. Combe told of how the seven college girls in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, founded P. E. 0. on January 21, 1869. Mrs. Combe also paid tribute to the four charter members of chapter Z, Mrs. Portia Parish, Mrs. Etta Taylor, Mrs. Homer Collier, and Miss Kate Harris. Mrs. G. C. Benson spoke of the virtues and accomplishments of each founder of the organization in a self-written tribute to them. As the name of each founder was called, a candle was lighted in her memory by Mrs. Frank Parker. Mrs. Funkhouser closed the program by singing "The Question Mark." Ruth Gray Class Meets at Abby Home ^s! 1 ' Joseph Smith and Mrs. is gave the lesson, v «. World Trade." The minor topic was given by £esi Hagler. It was "Use of Date Book in Homemaker's Time. Mrs. Leonard Goodin assisted Mrs.. Rice in the serving of refreshments. · . ,.,The next meeting will be at me home of Mrs. C. R. Hossler, 924 South Ledford street. Mr and Mrs. Willis Weichel of Norwalk, Ohio, who are en route to Texas for a vacation, were weeK- cnd guests of Mr. and Mrs. To Question Killer Of Two Wives About Kidnap-Slaying S E A T T L E , Jan. 26--^.ID- Sheriffs officers asked the Federal Bureau of Investigation today-to help question Roscoc Lee Hayton, confessed "Lonely Hearts" killer of two of his three wives about the kidnap-slaying ot 10 year-old Charles Mattson 11 years ago. Capt. Adam Lyskoski of the King county sheriff's office said Hayton resembled a character study drawn from the description given by Charles' brother and sister who saw the boy snatched from their Tacoma, Wash., home on Dec. Motzer street. . . of 12 East Raymond Mr and Mrs. Carl Rude, accompanied by Ann White, Harry Gene Moore, and Bob Beltz, motored to Alton, Sunday, where they visited their son, Jody, who is a junior at Western Military Academy. Miss Bernice Patterson, faculty member of HTHS, entered Lightner hospital Saturday at her doctor's recommendation after it was found she was bordering on pneu- · The child,' son of Dr. and Mrs. William W. Mattson, was abducted while he and the two other Mattson children played at home with a friend. The other children were William, Jr., then 17, Muriel, then 15, and Virginia Chatfield, then Ib, a family friend. The children told police the , masked, swarthy man grabbed » Charles, threw a tattered $28,000 ransom note on the floor and then backed out of the door and disappeared into the darkness. Hayton has confessed he shot hib second wife, Sarah Alice Lane Hayton. in the back of the head in" 1945 "because she drank too much." He buried her body in v^w *»*· im^r--j IUUI1U o*l^ waa uw*v«v,»«.o v -- * . » Mr. and Mrs. Ross Abby were m 0n ia as a result of a severe cold host and hostess to members of s - ne suffered last week. for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Petty have returned from a week in Chicago, where they ' ' " """ """*"* the Ruth Gray Sunday school class, of the First Christian church, at their regular monthly meeting. Mrs. Abby, president of the class, --v^ ,,..-., ----- - , conducted a business session and merchandise^ Petty s. the devotional period included the of Psalm 121 by Mrs. Prayer was of- soring p TM FOR SALE Furniture, including practically ne\v kitchen range, bedroom suite, living room furniture and numerous other articles. Call H2RL ueorsia rancrson. nu^ci »*.;» «*· --- -*._. , . fered by the class teacher, Mrs. Beach Hotel. Zola Sloan, and a reading, "Tommy's Prayer" was given by Mrs. Gladys Parker. During a social hour, Mrs. Gail Jackson was winner of an interesting Bible contest, and a humorous reading by Mrs. Parker was en- g presents, at the Edgewater Calendar of Meetings joyed. There will be a regular stated a gravel pit near Belfair, Wash Hayton's third wife, Mrs. Ellen Buckingham Coylc Hayton, war. strangled Jan. 8 and her body buried in a remote region about 40 miles north of here. Hayton said he killed her because "she double crossed me and squandered my money." , Both bodies have been recovered. Men Teachers in i Chicago Stage Sit-Down Strike CHICAGO, Jan. 26--U.E-- Men teachers at high schools staged a sit-down strike today in a paycheck dispute which threatened to develop into a full scale teacher walkout. Actor Allen Jenkins And Cat Arrested for Drunken Driving HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 26--(U.R) Actor Allen Jenkins and his calico cat, Smiley, were arrested for drunken driving today. Police picked up Jenkins. 47, and his cat after a near heftdon collision on Sunset Blvd. ' ' "The cat wts driving," Jenkins insisted. "I was jutt along for the ride." The number of college students this year is estimated at nearly 2,250,000, CO per cent more .than in 1940 and four times as many as in 1920. FOR YOUR SAFETY Let Us Check Your Car and Tires V Goodrich Tires and Tubes Bear System Wheel Alignment and Balancing. Brake and Battery Service. Vulcanizing and Retreading. We have parts to replace those worn out, for most cars. Over 21 Years Experience.. Wilson Shop 114 N. Vine St. " Phone 459W Chas. H. McClendon, Prop. VERY NICE SLATS. Mary Dugan gives the girls an effective demonstration of the advisability of installing a Venetian blind in their dresses. Jerk--she's demure. Jerk --she ain't. Mary and her blind will i attend the Venetian Blind Conven-' tion in Biloxi, Miss. gifts were · was en- mere win uu a- jv""" «---- uui. meeting of the George Hart post McanwhilCt M ayor Martin H. Ken- nresented i of American Legion tonignt ai nellv O ff ere d to mediate the dis- Chambers i 7:30. . All .membersare urgedI to ^ m ^ hool board's budg. andV^MrsSIX S3ST! Sd^ete'Ambe^r; command- Carnival Friday at Pleasant Valley School The Pleasant Valley school PTA will hold a carnival at the school which is five miles northwest of ! Harrisburg near Mt. Moriah j church, Friday evening and spon- · sors are inviting everybody to attend. There will be bingo and old- fashioned auction, and hot dogs, pie, cake, coffee and soda pop will be served. The proceeds will be used to buy school ground equipment RTISING S YOUR JOB RE SECURE It creates more jobs, better jobs--by selling more goods to more people. . . Delicious refreshments of sand-j - ,, ,,. _ school board's budget, which provides wage for the teachers. -."^.£M^ "£ JSMS^j^ her assistant, Mrs. Parker, to those in attendance, including the foi- i.iv, ""···- j . ,, m imiuee leiuaeu iv a Fl -i«.w ... , \\ill meet Tuesday at 7.30 P- TM- et and as a result teachers missed al the home of Mrs. Walter Un- , of the new year sell. i l l d l l t t * U C l l l V » * - j » * » w v » - v - - - o lowing not previously mentioned: Mr and Mrs. John Fuller, Mrs. Lorravne Balabas, Mrs. Marcella Boyd'and Mrs. Kathleen Jackson. Tonv S. Rudd, son of Mr. and P- Mrs "Nathaniel Rudd, 307 East j The Rev Leo Darnell, pastor of Walnut street, and a junior at the N azarene church of Harris- Bradley University in Peom, was burg will be the speaker on the f _» _i.-*:i^i^ +*%. fviftmHofcnin m *»Tf f^ m TT nro^rsm over vVEJSy Notice Royal and Select Masters: Stated meeting of Egyptian Council No. 70, R. S. M., at 7:30 m. today. found eligible to membership in -^ Q T the Tau Sigma honorary fratern-' tonignt at ity for engineering students. Mr. Rudd was graduated from the A regul-. HTHS and prior to enrolling at American Legion Auxiliary Sey U. hi the College of Enl b c ne ld tomorrow at 7:30 p m. eineenng he served in the army,at the auxiliary hall Mrs. Madae ° _ . . . - . _ i«-_ ..,,,,, c... i.-f"» fb^irmnn A regular stated meeting of the in Italy during the war. Sgt Clifford Edwin Carnahan **Q _ _ , . * _ . !_»»_. l^min Mrs. Madge S\v!\rtz, chairman of the legislative committee, will speak on the laws pertaining to the widows A lucien Lelong lipstick teamed with a lucite applicator thai flawlessly outlines your lips - - . instantly perfects their beauty. set Cliltoru E.UWIU v,aiiia«««"» uu; ia«a j/bi »·*··*.»£, -- of RFD 1, Harrisburg, has been and orphans of veterans, of both aligned to the 96th Bomb Squad- uorld War I and II. Members ron 2nd Bomb Group, Davis- Mon- -- ' «« TMTMmhor tn bring than Air Field. Tucson, Ariz. His \Tf \JL IVi « » *·**· * « - · -are urged to remember to with them their favorite recipes In oigh» Ppilick colon. '«*· Draw that' fine line with Lucien Lelong Lip Service . . . It glorifies, and grooms your Hps in an instcnl . . . smoother, lovelier . . - never before so perfect in contour and outline. SKAGGS PHARMACY r rieiu, lucsuu, «.!".. "i- \viui mc»" ..»·»." .-.---- , station xvas Keesler Field. fm the cook book which the pr Miss S«t Carnahan is the hus- ' " ' -- TM 1C band of Mrs. Dcloris Carnahan of Harrisburg. His mother, Mrs. Mabel Williams, lives in Piasa, 111. V t. dll^A **«3 « * **«··-- ----their first payday of the new year last Friday. They have not been paid since Dec. 19. The finance committee met again today to discuss the budget. A teachers' strike tomorrow hinged on what the committee decides. The committee unanimously passed a resolution approving the provision in the budget which grants salary raises to the teachers Parent-teacher groups and representatives of civic organizations who attended the council meeting applauded. John Fewkes, president of the Chicago Teachers Union (AFL) which is scheduled to strike tomorrow. smiled and took notes. How ever the resolution did not relieve Sf thwat of a strike. The budget as a whole must be approved before teachers can be paid. The council committee still ques- viitiiiiauuii is compiling. .This be the last opportunity to submit recipes. e c tioned other provisions in IJebudg- et, which represents a $23,000 000 increase over last year's school ex- The deacons of the McKinley Mr and Mrs. Clyde 0. Pember- j Avenue Baptist church will meet *UI. «II»VA * **«^ \ .. , *-*,, ««rl . - _ * . _ * r ? ~ * *U« «*tifirs»n penditures. Thos. D. Gregg OPTOMETRIST New Address Second Floor Gregg Phone for Appointment Office 72W Residence 265R I F you have a job, the salary or wages you get aren't picked out of the air. In the last analysis, somebody has to sell something to somebody else. That's what business is--buying and selling. Be it goods or services, no money changes hands till there's a sale. And you know yourself how it ·works. When business is up, your job is more secure. You have a better chance for advancement. " The best way yet devised to make sales is through advertising. So advertising, by selling-, more goods to more people, creates greater security, a brighter future for you and your loved ones.. Today, tomorrow--advertising is making your job more secure! Other Ways Advertising Helps You: f. Brings you better goods for less money. 2. Makes shopping more pleasant and easier. 3. Has given us the world's highest standard of living. . The Doily Register iJU . U l i U *'***J- v».r · -- -- - - . ton, who have visited Dr. and Mrs C W. Whitley of this city, and'other Saline county relatives for the last two months.. have returned to their home in Crestview, Florida. Chester Scott and family of Albion, are visiting his mother, Mrs Ella Scott, who has just recently rcurr.ed from a fivc-month-stay with her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Gustm, of Trona, Calif. BOIlDUPREDBtOW TO GET MORE STRENGTH If your blood LACKS IRON! i'ou girls and women who suffer sc from simple anemia that you're pale, weak, "dragged out"--this may be due to lack of blood-iron. So try Lvdia E. Pinkham's TABLETS-one of the best home ways to help build up red blood to get more , strength and energy--in such cases, i Pinkham's Tablets arc one of the ' greatest blood-iron tonics you can buy! Buy them at any drugstore. Lydia L Pinkham's TAStCIS tonight at 7 at the church. The Young Adult's class of the First Presbyterian church wm hold its monthly meeting tonignt at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. HJ. Raley. 18 South Cherry street. ,,Please note change ox meeting ^TMSed D place. Valedictorian Hamed at U. of I. WHY TAKE A CHANCE ! , WITH A HOME PERMANENT WAVE PROFESSIOHAl COLD WAVE FOR only $3.95 Oil Moehinelcss Wave $3.50 Machine Wave $2.50 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Including Oil Shampoo and Styled Hairdress E. E. BAKER'S SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE TII -· Harrisburg, 111. average, was named valedictorian of the February graduating class »at the University of Ill«»o«s toda Olson son of Mr. ana Mrs. W.Olson, Rockford,. has beenprom- 17. Champaign, and r. and M^ P s. Momcnee. has a perfect Illinois, but his average Elm Phone Marriogt Licenwt WINDOW TROUBLE. Marooned ion a third floor sill uhen the window she was cleaning played her a dirty trick, Mrs. Edward Father of Chicago shouts for as- -- . sistancc. Firemen called to the I organizat and canPatterson bU Ro"v Rouse. 51. ^ tcrson, 55, both of Gamer Mills. Seeks Divorce Mildred Barter has filed a own- plaint in circuit court seeking a divorce from Reuben C. Barter. California Boosters Plan Nationwide Poll on Draft of Eisenhower LOS ANGELES. Jan. 26-- J»-- A nationwide poll to see if gj public wants to draft Gen. vTMg Eisenhower for president was planned today by his California Boost- Ask for Admiral Model "41" fused NEWSPAPER rescue managed to pry the recalcitrant window back up. (NEA Telcphoto) Eisenhower backers in Harold E. Stasscn after Eisenhower said he would not run. It brings a new thrill to your record listening pleasure. The greatest advance in high fidelity reproduction. Banishes needle scratch, "talk- back" or other disturbing noises. 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