The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on February 9, 1948 · Page 3
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February 9, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 3

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THE DAILY KEG1STEK, HABR1SBUBO, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1948 FAO* To , i . n i a r itrc-et, « Kirl. 703 ^, cil !,, i Chiller hospital. Satu' lla:/ _____!_-- Paul Hall, tenant on the C. L. Woolard farm one half mile south of Galatia, suffered minor burns rs . ,,,,,,., ,,... «hout the face Sunday when he itrcet, n tfirl. born attempted to adjust the heater 1 --· under a watering trough on the farm, lie was taken to Lightncr hospital for medical attention and Register. 20c a week. was released today. 0 , $*e«n in SEVENTE'EN Social and Personal Items Sewing Basket Club Meets With Mrs. Mildred Butler The "Sewing Basket" club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mildred Butler. Mrs. Fern Fulkcrson was invited as a guest. On this occasion, two members Mrs. Pearl Oglesby and Mrs. Donna Fulbright, were showered with nursery gifts. A short business session was 'held, after which members enjoyed an afternoon of crocheting. Refreshments of .._ .. sandwiches, cokes, and candy were served by the hostess. In addition to those previously mentioned the following attended: Mcsdames Norma Fcrrell, Robbie Smith, Thelma Webb, Louise Hilliard, Norma Keen, and Edna Gidcumb. Hivthday Dinner Honors Airs. Dena Hicks, Norman Hicks A birthday dinner was held Sunday in honor of Mrs. Dena Hicks and her son, Norman Hicks, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ihcks. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hicks and sons, Ershel, Tom and Kenneth; Mi. and Mrs. Norman Hicks and daughter, Karen Kay; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Allen and daughter, Bobby; Mrs. Juanita Jenkins and children, Donna Jean, Juanita Joyce and Jerry; Mrs. Stella Rose, Tom Colbert and Wilburn Taylor. Tot Luck Dinner by Cub Pack 23 Parents Members of Cub Pack, 23, who ore sponsored by the First Presbyterian church, met at the churcn Thursday at 6:30 p. m. for a pot luck dinner and program to_ wnicn their parents had been invited. The cubs were "assisted by their scout master, Fred McKen^ie, ana their scout mothers, Mrs. Charlet Wright, Mrs. Morris Scright, and Mrs. Bruce Polk. Feats of magic were act^rr.. cd by several cubs during tnc program's presentation,, and sevj cral intricate "lessons in trickery were given by Hughie Walker, an especially invited guest. Mr. Walker also entertained the groups with songs. Boy scouts and cub scouts were well represented at church ser- Washington Column By Peter Edson NBA-Register Correspondent ol The Daily Register, 20c a week, $6.50 NOW! A NEW HOSPITAL POLICY vices Sunday, in observance National Scout Day. Norman Givens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Givens, Eldorado, who is a Junior in the School of En- J U V J U U C t pineering at the University of HU- sionb that nois, is at home between semes- aie thesc: ters. He will return Wednesday to Urbaaa-Champaign. ' Mrs. Ellis Williams, 216 Dayton street, who suffered a broken nip Friday in a fall at her home, was taken to a bone specialist in bt. Louis Saiurday in an ambulance from the Gaskins funeral home. Her condition is favorable following an operation at Barnes hospital yesterday morning. Mrs. Williams was accompanied to St. Louis by her daughters, Mrs. Louise Mc\ T ab and Mrs. Ruth Stunson. She s in room 8240, at Barnes hospital. WASHINGTON --(NBA)-- President Truman's increasing use of special, temporary, civilian, nongovernmental commissions to make recommendations on governing policy is beginning to attract attention. Truman has been President lebb than three years, but, in this time, he has named nearly a score of these advisory groups to go olf into corners and think through his problems for him, then come up with reports giving the right answers. Army Veteran and Japanese Wife On Baptist Hour An American army veteran and his Japanese wife were among the group of SIU students appear- in« on the Baptist Hour over WEBQ Saturday morning. The veteran, John A. Hausser. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Virdcn Hausser of Grand Tower. The senior Mr. Hausser was formerly employed at the Muddy power plant of the CIPS company, and is well-known in this area. He is now at the Grand Tower CIPS station. John Hausser, who spent some 20 months with the Information Lightner Hospital Noted Patients at Lightncr hospital who were admitted over the week-end include James Kukcckis, Harrisburg; Mrs. Wanda Gullcy, Harrisburg: Mrs. Margaret Kielhorn, Carrier Mills, KFD; William Roy Martin, son of Aud Martin, New Haven; Mrs. Bertha Holloman, Rosiclare; Guy Hargett, Harrisburg; and Connie Beth 1'ankcy, small daughter of Cbdc Pankcy, Carrier Mills. The condition of Mrs. Will Johnson, hospitalised for the last two weeks, remains about the same according to a report this morning Hatcninp Baby Chicks About 92 per cent of all the chicks batched in the United States come The Dally Itogliter, 20c · and Education Division of the army at Honolulu, met his wife, the former Katsuko "Dixie" Ara-', kawa, a native-born Hawaiian-1 Japanese, at church services in ] Honolulu. She is 23, and a sophomore at SIU, while he is 21, and a senior. They have been living in the States a year and a half. Mr. Hausser said ..his wife is very much interested in church work, and is enthusiastic about Irom commercial hatcheries. - . STftCNCTH If your blood LACKS IRON! you girls and women who suffer M from simple anemia thmtyou'rt p»fc, weak, "dragged out"--thirniartoe due to lack of blood-Iron. So Uy Lydla E. Plnkham's TABLETS-one or the best home ways to help build up red blood to get^more surength and energy--in such CMM. Plnkham's Tablet* are one of'the greatest blood-Iron tonics- you can buy! Buy them at any drugstore. lydia L Pmkham's I d V Y v l d * 1 " v * « f %···« -- -- » , . . , , _ _ , ^ Included in the list of commis- life-on the United States mam- s.ons thai have reported to date land, except for the snow and cold weather. Cleverly styled comfy, genuine leather casuals in newly arrived Reds! Browns! Greens! Blacks! Beautifully made...unusual values! THAT PAYS YOU UP. TO $10 PER DAY Lumbermens new Personal Hospital Expense Policy provides -- · Increased daily benefits-up to $10 per day for hospital room and board. · Five times the daily benefit for other hospital expenses-on a blanket basis, not limited to certain items. · Liberal surgical fees based on type of operation and daily benefit. (Optional.) The services of this agency are always available to help you get broad protection at low cost. Consult us for full details on this new hospital policy. Donald Williams 1105 S. Webster Phone 356R2 Representing L u m b e r m e n s MUTUAL CASUALTY COMPANY^ CHICAGO 40, U.S.A. alendar of Meetings The 1945 Labor - Management Conference, supposed to iind a path to industrial peace. It didn't. The American-British * Commission to Investigate Palestine. Another impossible assignment. The Lilienthal commission to; shape a policy for international control of atomic energy. In March, 1946, Truman set up the first i-amine Emergency Commission, undei Heroerc Hoovei, to conduct an "cat less" drive. There was a second sucli commission undc,- Charles Luc/.man last \ear The President's Advisory Commission on unweridi. military 1 raining, under ^ni A. Compton, last June r c comme.'.t-ucl six months service for up to uao.OUO 17-year- olds, to cost $l,7oO,UUU,000 a year. Tne President's Committee on The Evergreen Garden club Tnc ^ rcs i ae nis ^oimmuei; v»» will meet Tuesday at 2 p. ca. with C ; ul j|,g, ns has recommended a TV*-,. flr»-l«e TTorrrr 31 K VVfiSt i ~ .-«· ^ «_ n n..nm tn rnrrppt IWi' -·· V»\-«JM**^ ·*-« -- r ' Mrs. Charles Farrar, 318 West Poplar street for a Valentine tea. Notice Masons: Special meeting of Harrisburg Lodge No. 325, A. F. A. M., Tuesday at 6 p. m. Work in the E. A. degree. E. 0. Joy, W. M. The High School Home Bureau unit will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Will Stone and not at the home of big reform program to correct existing abuses. ' K T. Keller of Chrysler headed the Merchant Marine Advisory Commission which recommended spending $600,000,000 in a four- jear program of U. S. flag passenger snip construction. Secretary of Commerce Averell Ifarnman's Committee of 19 prominent civilian businessmen was assigned the job of determining how Mrs. Dave Evans, as originally ; planned. Please note change of meeting place. si much aid the U. S. could afford The Comfort Rebekah lodge. No. 48, of Carrier Mills, will hold its school of instruction to give Europe. . Still to be neard from is the li- raember Hoover Commission, study- ir.« how to save money while m- C' easing government- efficiency. This is the only one of the groups created by congressional action Tuesday, at 7 p. m. Members are jhese commissions have served urged to be present, visiting Re? use f u i 'purpose. Truman is a bekahs welcome. Addie Miller, D( . moc rat. Congress is controlled noble grand. I bv Republican majorities. Any I extreme policies the President re- The Busy Women's Bible class c ' ommen ds are immediately sub- of the First Methodist church will ted lo pchtical sniping. If a hold its monthly social tonight j Jnon . partisan gr0 up of distinguish- at 7 o'clock instead of tomorrow night as was previously announced. I. 0. 0. F. lodge No. 386 will meet tonight at 7:30 in regular stated meeting. Work in the sec- non . d Clt i zens savs it, that's different., Publication" oL a presidential 1 c6mmission report also tends to build up discussion of its subject matter. At its best, the commis- ion system is democracy funcion- ~ as it's ideally supposed to-- . iu ^ aa i f c j .. ond degree will be conferred. All pr ° vat e citizens taking an active members are urged to attend-and t in g ove rnment. visitors are welcome. George Chris- * · i -'~ ,sr~fc with MOHAWK'S ASSEMBLY IN FOUNDATION COLORS PRICED AT $10.70 /~ G. Rev. Alvah Crim, pastor of the First Church of God, of Harrisburg. will have charge of the W. C. T. U. radio program tonight at 7:45 over WEBQ. Members of the Happy Workers 4-H club are to meet Thursday at 4 p. m. at the home of Mrs Louise Flemmings in Wilmoth Addition for the purpose of organizing and planning their program for Ihe coming year. Regular stated meeting of Jlhc American Legion today at 7:30 p. m. Mass initiation for all members who have not taken the obligation. Important business meeting to follow. Glenn Ambergcr. Commander. The Business Women's circle, of the McKinley Avenue Baptist church, will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Miss Laura Ralcy. 716 West Parish street. $1,484 Received In Sister Kenny Drive in County F The mam Double with the system is. that, if Congress doesn t to pay any attention to com- ·ecommendations, it does- S have tcr That's been the fate of most of Truman's^commissions. Truman is not the first President to make use of commissions. Both the Roosevelts and President Hoover relied on commissions .for ?d3cc They all caught criticism SonTMthem^n^pub. is^Tsar^sfe ^^tt~»*3s* ^^swass the vMtcd in lhe U PrcsidcnV authority m at that -?/ ~ ·* % Yd. Solve your dcroraung problems with the gracious beauty 01 Mahawk's Assembly Twist. This broadloom carpel made from durable hard twisted yarns comes in a pleasant variety o. colors prc-harrr.oni.cd* to go with your other room accessories. Then to add subtle, graceful spaciousness, use Assembly Twist irorn wall-io-wnlL We have it in 27", 9'. and 12' widths. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY C. F. Gidcumb Furniture in Harrisburg Since 1906 S A L E Special Offer/ FREE CHEMICALLY TREATED PRESSING CLOTH \V C Rainbow. 130 West Lin- colhtrccL is showing improvc^ Contributions to the Sister Kcn-j m c nt following a relapse u ny polio drive in Saline county I few days ago, accordm 10 · totalled Sl.484.63 Mrs. Athcl Ma- wife. i thias. county drive chairman, has I i announced. She said that $75 I niore from Eldorado is forthcom- 1 ing. t ' The drive was an attempt lo raise "S2.000 for the Kenny clinic at Ccntralia. Mrs. Mathias said i that Saline did better than most' Illinois counties for this work. \ The clinic is not well known and \ there was much educational work j to be done, she pointed out- Eldorado led all communities with S771.21 collected. The Har-! risburg drive, led by Elnora Thorn-, as, netted $575.21, i Other contributions: Muddy school $15.85; Raleigh $40.55: Wasson $33.18: Galatia grade and high school and Masonic lodge, $48.63. More Contributions From Rural Schools For March of Dimes The March of Dimes today received an additional $94.43 contribution from county schools, and 523 from the War Dads* club, by i Alvin Porter, drive chairman A. i M. Hcthcrington reported today. Contributions from schools were i follows: . Liberty, $4,30: Rocky Branch. 1 S?.10; Winkleman, $2.: West Ledford. $21.80: Wasson. $14: North Williford, $4.50; Jones. $7.80: Mt Pleasant, $3.30: Wise. $7.50: | Karnes, $11: Duncan. $3.80: Harris, $3: New Hope, $3; additional I from Carrier Mills grade school. 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