The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 28, 1948 · Page 3
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The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 3

Harrisburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 28, 1948
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··-;··* 'i ' THE DAILY REGISTER. HARR1SBUBG, L., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 28, 11)48 PAGE THRU! « , 'fo^ 1 ' 1 , on Monday evening con- yf ins ruction w » ( ' Madgc) John- 'ducted b Mf · i u y t h j j Keb kah " ' om Visitors Maxl'nc Vlnyard Weds At Amlcrsoii, Ind. Mr. :md Mrs. Robert Vinyard o£ ilarrisburi:. Star Koute, have an- noiiiiced the murriuuv of their daughter, Maxinc, and John Hambis, Jr., son o£ Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Hunibis, Sr. Tiicy were married on Saturday, Jan. 17, at 7 p. in. in the First Methodist Ind. church in Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Kambis will make their home in Anderson. ' Calendar of Meetings NEURITIS? offpctive and reliable treatment for Neuritis, try Dr. For . an v .nriiis Tablets. Also good for many other rheu- uritis . v . n r i i s Harts Neuritis ,natic conditions Shipped by Parcel 1'ost in $1.00 packages or more. Postage HART'S DRUG STORE Carrier Mills, Illinois / Lenore Circle Meets With Mrs. C. S. Boicourt Fifteen members of the Lenore circle of the Presbyterian church met at the home of Mrs. C. E. Boicourt, 201 North Webster street. Monday evening, for a regular meeting. Mrs. Maud Gaskins, circle chairman, presided. Mrs. Ownly Furman opened the program with the devotional, "Choose Ye This Day," the scripture of which was taken from Matthew. The lesson, "Jesus and Our Needs." taken from the book, "One World and One Lord," was presented by Miss Alvina Shestak. The evening hour of study was closed with the Year Book of Prayer which was given by Mrs. Her- Sunday School Class Meets With Mrs. Virgil Cline Mrs. Virgil Cline was hostess last evening at an enjoyable meeting of members of the Bethany Sunday school class of the First Baptist church. During the business meeting, monthly reports from the various officers were given, and monthly grade cards were distributed to members by the class teacher, Mrs. man Sefried. Refreshments the hostess ended. were served by before the meeting The Daily Register, 20c a week. FEBRUARY WOOL SALE S' WEAR \ OFF Of Regular Marked Prices SALE STARTS TODAY! ALL WOOL SWEATERS §5.00 and up, regular prices, y 2 off $2.50 up ALL WOOL SHIRTS $7.95 and up, regular price, i/ 2 off $3.98 up "ALL WOOL ROBES S11.-15 and up. regular price/ */ 2 off $5.73 up ALL WOOL GLOVES $2.00 and up, regular price, y 2 off ..£,,' $1.00 up ALL WOOL MUFFLERS · · $2.95 and up. regular price, V 2 off $1.48 up 9 ALL WOOL RED JACKS SHIRT JACKETS $10.00, regular price, Y 2 off $5.00 7 ALPACA LINED FUR COLLAR JACKETS $17.95, regular price, y off $8.95 4 SUEDE. WOOL LINED BELTED JACKETS $26.95. regular price. y« off $13.45 ALL WOOL TIES $1.50. regular price, V» off 75c WOOL SOX $1.00 and up. regular price, »/ 2 off 50c up NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY ·- WINTER WEATHER IS HERE The Main TAILORS-HATTERS-HABERDASHERS Oa Main Street D. H. Hillcr. "Thankfulness For the Little Mrs. Walter Unsell Hostess To Home Bureau Flower Club Mrs. Walter Unsell was hostess Tuesday evening to members of the Home Bureau Flower club at which time Mrs, Noble Shaw acted as chairman in the absence of Mrs. Dave Evans. Roll call of "Flowers That Bloom Before Spring," was answered by seven members, and Mrs. Millard Hagler, county flower chairman, Mrs. Leonard Gooden, votional given by Mrs. Herbert Peak. Most people are The Candlelight Home Bureau unit will meet this evening at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Bill Keen, 821 North Main street. The First Baptist Sunday school Four Children Burn To Death in Canada STURGEON FALLS, Ont., Jan. 28--U.I!--Provincial police reported today that four children of Mr. and Mrs. Donat Ducharmc were burned 19 death in a fire that swept their farmhouse at nearby Lavignc in 25 degree below zero weather. Officials said Ducharme A U V J. A l O b J L / U J / M W V V ^ K V - M J t J V i . v v * J W U U l l l U l . V y i i l t l t l l S OU1U U U Vlltll llil? teachers and officers will meet to- rescued four of his children but day at 6:45 p. m. at the church. , collapsed trying to save Florcttc, Rosa, 4, and Henri, The Daily Register, 20c «i ,Mf(K)1jtj* MEN GET PEP! » | U O » I r l ' . O * Prayer 7:45. meeting will convene at 8; Gerard, 7; 2. Things," was the theme of the de Herbe usually grateful for the big things that happen in their lives, said Mrs. Peak, but do we remember to be thankful to God for the little- ordinary things which bless our everyday living. Two duets, which were sung by Misses Cathie Cline and Shirley Karnes, were enjoyed, after which members participated in games under the supervision of Mrs. James Davis, who was assistant hostess. Delicious refreshments of pineapple upside-down cake with whipped cream and coffee were "Along the Garden minor subject, was serve'd to the following active members: Mesdames Russell Rose, Earl Kilburn. Clyde Boyett, Ed Brantley, Charles Price, John Hays, Sam Barter, Earl Gidcumb, Wayne Baker; and the following honor roll girls, who are working in other departments of the Sunday school: Mesdames S. H. Frazier, Jr.. Charles Sutton, Raymond Asbell, and Charles Mitchell. "Nit Wits" meet at Di:ve Evans Home The "Nit Wits" convened Tuesday evening at the Dave Evans home on East Poplar street where Misses Meriam Evans, Elizabeth Myrna and Irene Beasley were hostesses to the group. The "Nit Wits" are members of the Harrisburg Business Professional Women's club who belong to this "fun" organization within the Hillgilly Club jurisdiction ol the local B. P. W. club. The hostess committee, com- and Mrs. Booker Shell, who were guests. "Cactus--A Hobby You Can't Touch," was given by Mrs. Gus Syers and Path," the -- ,,---, given by Mrs. Millard Fulkerson. Both topics were very interesting. A radio quiz, which was conducted by Mrs. David Gulley, was won by Mrs. Syers and Mrs. Shell who tied for the prize. Mrs. Leonard Gooden became a member at this meeting. The hostess with her assistant, Mrs. Shaw, served delicious refreshments. The next meeting, scheduled to be at the home of Mrs. Will Stone, will be held on Feb. 24. Liberty Home Bureau Meets with Mrs. Lela Gibbs Mrs. Lela Gibbs, a member of the Liberty Home Bureau unit, was surprised on her birthday Monday, when the other ladies of the unit called at her home at noon, bringing gifts and covered dishes of delicious food which they had prepared for a "surprise" birthday dinner. Those in attendance were: Mesdames Louie Owens, Buster Dunn, Sam Traveistead, Fred Allen, Virgil Wright, George Mitchell. Con Golliher. C. A. Sutton, Gladius All members of the choir of the First Methodist church arc a-;ked to be present for regular rehearsal Thursday at 7 p. m. The Golden Rule circle of the General Baptist church will meet tonight at 7 o'clock at the church on West Sloan street. All members are expected to attend. frozen Water Pipes Cause Shutdown Of Mt. Vernon Plant MT. VERNON, 111., Jan. 28.-- (U.R)--The J. P Devine Manufacturing Co. laid off 200 employes today when eight below zero temperatures froze steam lines into water pipes serving the factory. A skeleton crew worked to thaw out the frozen mains. Mr. and Mrs.. George Mayes have returned to their home at 125 West Homer street after a three months' visit in the west. They visited a son and his family in Seattle, Wash., and another son and daughter and their families in San Diego, Calif. Miss Frances I^bbs, day nurse at Lightner hospital, is ill and is confined at the hospital for medical treatment. Smaller Nations Of the countries comprising the United Nations, 41 have smaller populations than New York City and 30 have 'ewer than 500 miles of railroads. Whr ftol old at 40. «0 or mor«--why to 4 Uu victim of UM oKtor mr«T It -life t J pnrentlr hu lott lU M«t,.you Mftlft MM i b« «blo to enjoy llf« M you UW la JWUf , youth. If ndd*d yran h»v» flowed down · rour vim, vlullty «nd youthful pUaiur*«i( h«ro U n jlmil« mtthod that may chant* . your whole outlook on lift. Why not try ' ·nd rcitnln the Dltatum of Hiring you-' once «njoy«d? Why be dlieouriUKd--wh»: · not regain tho vtrve and Mit of · muth ., rouniter mnnT Many m«n nr« obtaining ' tmnzlnit rciulti with Bvytron Ubl«U. '* JUKI n*k your drtiftsflut for. Beytron.,': (Each tnbl«t Mnled to · rcUIn high po* . tcncy.) Women too find Beytron helpful. ' STIMULATING TABLETS I pedally invited guests Mesdames Roy Morris, Virgil Pearcy, and Lee Wright. posed of Eldorado members who live in Meets in Michigan Eleven members of the Hillgilly club of Pontiac, Mich., attended You'll Want to Walk and W-A-L-K The lie* JOHN C. ROBERTS Shoes... Fifle leathers /.. Excellent CrafsrtKiiJbhsp....pr0du«$ i btjlc, quality and comfort. '·.MELLO-STJUDE" Action ... makes walking a plea- ture, for '"They need no breakinj in. S. Relieves Distress of MONTHLY FEMAU W6AKM the last meeting which was held - - _ ule Iuat UICCH"6 T«IIV" » -- ..,,-invited club members at the home of Mrs Hattie Sweat. Members enjoyed an evening of r - games and conversation, and be- city due to bad driving conditions f t to meet at the home of Miss Evans brother and sister-in-law in this I city due to bad driving conditions' and severe cold weather. Miss Beasley was unable to be present due to illness. After serving ness meeting was held. In the election of officers, all four were re-elected. They are Naida Wertman, Helen Boner, Betty Heatherly, and Mary Richardson. Miss Ruby Thomas, president of the B. P. W. club made an announcement that the district president, Mrs. Dorothy Crowder of Flora, will be the guest of the club at the next regular meeting in February. Group singing and a contest, ''Testing your Horse Sense,'' entertained "the members for the rest of the evening. Mrs. Margaret bisky, sister of ! Miss Jeanette James, was a guest. Also Helps Build Up Red Blood! Do female functional periodic disturbances make you suffer pain, feel so nervous, restless, irritable -- at such times? Then DO try Lydia E. Pinkham'sTABLETS to relieve such symptoms. Pinkham's Tablets are a'lso one of the best home-\vays to help build up red blood in simple anemia. A pleasant stomachic tonic, too! Buy them at any drugstore. Lydia E. Pinkham's $12.50 HART'S .(Men's Store) fore the party ended, refreshments of ice cream, cookies and hot coffee were served to the following: A.*, s S ,ng supper or ,,-. ^^S««£ wiches, baked beans, potato salad,' wilkins Drucilla Murphy, cake and hot beverages the busi- ^ V homp ^ oni Jerry 'cushsit, Mary Arnold, and Huguette Gee. 'Galloping Coffee" Thursday By Harrisburg Home Bureau Unit The Harrisburg unit of the Saline County Home Bureau is-giving a Galloping Coffee at the home of Mrs. Sam Cape. 212 North Webster street, Thursday morning from 9 to 11. The purpose of the "Galloping Coffee" is to raise the unit's -quota of the fund which the county organization is raising to buy the" home adviser a new car. If anyone desires to attend and does not have transportation, the hostess will appreciate it if they will call 936-R and a car will call for them. Mrs. Odella Paul Entertains Fidelis Class Members of the Fidelis Sunday school class, of the McKinley Avenue Baptist church, met Tuesday evening for their monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Odella PauLj The opening prayer was offered 1 by Miss Evadean Rodgers. A business session was conducted by Mrs. Juanita Pickford. class president, and the devotional was given by the hostess. Miss Dorothy Hilliard closed the meeting with prayer. Mystery pals exchanged gifts during a social hour, and refreshments were served by the hostess to Miss Lou Cooley, an especially invited guest, and the following members: Mesdames June Vinyard. Nora Lee Stout. Phyllis Vinyard. Mary- Smith and son. Jimmy; Jeanne Reed, Mildred Evans. Winona Alvey, Juanita Pickford. Betty bp- church and Misses Marilyn Geb- aiier. Evadean Rodgers. Dorothy Hilliard. Jane Cannon and Laura Raley, class teacher. Surprise Birthday Party For Mrs. Clara Hunter After a neighbor had "decoyed" Mrs. Clara "Mother" Hunter away from her home at 720 South Main street Monday evening, approximately 40 people from the Churcn of the Nazarcnc slipped in and were waiting for her when she re; turned, in a surprise party cclc-j brating her 76th birthday. After j many lovely gifts were presented! to her, refreshments of sandwiches, cake and coffee brought by the guests were served. Amonu those present were: Rev. and Mrs. Leo Darnell. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hughes. Mrs. Grovcr Estcs, Mrs. Annie Cox. Mrs. Robert] Ishani. Mr. and Mrs. William) Hughes, Mrs. Nell Doolcy. Mr. and t Mrs. Gcorsc Hoslick of Danville, Mrs. Eugene Wcatherly and daughters. JoAnn and Peggy Sue: Clara Grisham. Gordon Neighbors, Lihic Estes. Mrs. Aline Gricr, Mrs. Bertha Stewart, Mrs. Edna Davis, Mrs. Oma Turner, Mrs. Mary Jones. Mrs. Marie Price. Mildred Neighbors. Mrs. Eva Cox. Donald Cook, Bob Cook, Mrs. Lillie Bourland. Mrs. Mabel Meadows, Gordon Neighbors. Jr., Larry Bourland. Marv Lou Turner. Mr. and Mrs. J. R*. Hunter, and the hostess, Mrs. Clara Hunter. ·FRIEDMAN': JANUARY CLEARANCE LAST THREE DAYS SALE THURSDAY - FRIDAY -- SATURDAY Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and wd nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you » bottle of Creomulsion witti the understanding you must like the way It quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION forCou2h$,ChestCoHs, Bronchitis COATS - SUITS $15.00 Values to $49.95 BLOUSES $2.00 Values to $7.95 IN OUR Thos. D. Gregg OPTOMETRIST New Address Second Floor Gregg Bldg. Phone for Appointment Office 72W Residence 265R $ 6.00 HANDBAGS $2.00 $3.00 Values to $10.95 MILLINERY $1.00 $2.00 4 FORMALS S14.88 DRESSES 00 $ $ 10.00 WOOL SKIRTS $3.00 Values to $7.95 SWEATERS $3.00 $119.00 CONEY FUR COAT $65.00 Tax Inc. Size 14 Bert Gaskins. of the Gaskins funeral home, yesterday drove to Hammond. Ind., to accompany home, Mrs. Wayne Cantrell of Hammond. Ind. Mrs. Cantrell was taken to the home of her parents. Mrs. and Mrs. Murrell Rice. 1201 South Hobson streeU Harrisburg The Daily Register, 20c a week, by carrier boy. FORD Agricultural Mower Turns square corners. Safety release lets cutter bar swing, cutting off power to sickle, SEE IT AT BARHAM-GREEN Tractor Implement Co. Locust at Mill Phone 436R $30.00 Values CLEARANCE OF ODDS AND ENDS SCARFS . . . FUR MITTENS DICKIES $1.23 $2.00 RAINCOATS $ 5 ' 00 CHENILLE ROBES $ 5 - 88 ALL SALES FINAL ALL SALES CASH FRIEDMAN'S m ·J: · I lEWSPAPERI lEWS'PAFERf

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