The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on February 12, 1948 · Page 14
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The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 14

Harrisburg, Illinois
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Thursday, February 12, 1948
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six; ' MYflKSTtlSCUITS BISCUIT, MIX,. SOUTHIRN BISCUITS 1 cup ANGEl FOOD BISCUIT MIX. Wow 2 cyp» o( bhcuit nil ino mixing odd «'H 9i *ol*r. groduoHy Jtirr'mfl *"* fo*. «wn *oceiigMy mixed. 'w' n out on (loured bootd. Roll , «ch *kk ond cat wi* . boUnfl ilieet ond bol» ' 12 to IS minutw- Th'» omount moVei - oboot 15 biicvili. MIUING CO.. TRINTON, Ul. BEG1STEB. HAKR1SBUKG. Sulphur Springs MARDl GRAS. Cyr.thius. god of rr ;he parades. .--__ -- -Romantic Suicides in Japan Soar Under 'Democracy' JL v A» *. *s * I* ,,* *· M n 1 Q\I T cn VC nOvs _lo dllU ftl^ *3 M\r ***** T ese couples are finding that tne, lav, %*s^V^j*^ t g eir parents ' course of democratic lov elopes ^j£ c n s e n t .. if mutu ally in love." SlS to?thf traditional "doubte n .was a revolutionary Change, *· . .,°., " ii.» ,,,,!,? cnlnHnn t.O The patrons and students of Jones school visited East End school Tuesday morning to enjoy the moving picture presented by Farm Adviser Paul T. Wilson. The pictures consisted'of the different tvpcs of animals, birds and reptiles. 1 the object being to show different methods of . preparing food for them during winter when there is rib vegetation. The circle met with Mrs. Myrtle Stricklin Thursday for an all dav quilting. A delicious meal wa's s'erved at noon and at the close of the meeting a heavy snowfall afforded means for a jovous sleigh ride for Mrs. Hazel Driskell, Mrs. Mary Lee Adams Mrs. Francis Lee Stricklin and Mr. and Mrs. K. Church. The next meeting will be held next Thursday with Mrs. Hazel Driskell and' in addition to the quilting a nursery shower will be given by Mrs. Driskell for her daughter. Mrs. Dan Mattingly. Sunday school was well at- ByAICapD Fails Again .?- MINUET DAID.'.' L'lL ABNER ·nsTSftsittfS WEFHEWAS* :WISHAJWS VMY»f ^JKETHIS.'.' YO SLEEPW f tended S V C Johnnv' Adams butchered a hog Saturday with the assistance of Earl Hathaway and his father, Jack Adams, from Eldordo. Chas Hancy has been visiting in Fast Peoria for the past week. Oilie Ann Garnet t was very sick Friday and was taken to a phvsician. Mrs. Justice. w'^J^ 35 bee" °c Jim Carnett is able to be in | his store following his illness. Harold Hull, of Saline Valley, purchased a cow. from Newt Church Thursday. Dale Justice visited Carolyn and Larie Williams Friday evening. Mrs. Will Seten. who has been suffering from a severe cold, is better. _ _ _ - i ii r -Bouquet Made Practical KOKOMO. Ind. U.E--Mrs. Clifford Lineback put a new twist to "saying it with flowers." When her husband took over the county ( clerk's office, she sent him a huge bouo.uti. Scattered through the bouquet were several sticks to which wore tied cigars, cigarettes | and chevying gum. (Jets Postcard De Luxe COLUMBUS, 0. U.K--Columbus post office employes sent Postmaster General J. M. Donuldson at Washington a huge postcard con- mining the signatures of 704 em- ployes of the office. The card carried congratulations of the local employes on his appointment. The Daily ucglstcV, 20c a week, by carrier "boy. suicide" as the their troubles. only solution to , a sin ce it opens the way_ for love marriages in place of family ar- kx v *««' 3? ST- 5*^ I St. !- For Sale or Trade We have 5 good late model clean cars eir troubles. , - ; nwindgca _«· j Police estimated that nearly 10: ranged unions. DAV cent of the 103 suicides here in ; The cold fact O f the situation is! the past 30 days were "love s u i - j that yo ung hearts still are not aD- cides" . t 4t , 'solutely free. Japan's teen-agers thought the j Trsd i tions Survive . ----- --: rr7- .'! jlanv prospective brides ana grooms" find they cant beat Japans ieudalistic traditions which grew up around the centuries-old family system." Technically, the new civil law abolishes the family system. Yet lovers find that the law exists more in theory' than practice. For hun- ; dreds of years, papa or some elder iL-iative has been running the show i and the jitterbuging new generation is finding that the /'head of i ihe family" has little inclination to release the reins. . ; Strong-headed youngsters who i marry without permission some- i tunes find that their Parents threaten to disown them. The children still do not know that: the new civil law prevents the father from cutting them off without a yen. So voung men and women dreaming ; bf a "new style" love marriage are £^ ^ K:r-V MITCHELL i« 830 Longley Street Phone 283 * ?X' rew^couples are seeking a solution tSough -"shinju"-the double sui- Cld S C omet\mls a boy and a girl gc· to a small inn and die in each others (arms after taking poison. Other times they leap off cliffs into the s-a or into a volcano. The crater of Mount Mihara on Osnima island is a favorite place *s.l _NS FINAL CLEARA! 580 PAIRS LAD All Sizes m^^^^^^^ffflBffEfEiJGSsaseajKK Values'to $6.98 in this group of Pumps, Oxfords, Strollers, and Dress Styles. Hurry! Buy Severe! pairs at this low price. ! Buddhist belief that in the next iiife thev will be united. The practice is * oraised rather than con- dtmned'in Japanese sentimental R^a! literature. Hi Laws Changed . j 533 i Under the new law, a wife has ! greater protection than ever be- Fore, once she is married. No longer lean her husband just kick her out !. ?,"inst her will. There must be court proceedings before the romantically inclined male can take 1 0n The n old days C arc gone. No longer can a husband walk down to the i total ward office and have his 'wile's name stricken from the i family records. . . f \ few vears ago. a Tokyo wife i returned unexpectedly to the: utj i - « d found her husband with an- 'oVher woman. Apparently the hus- iband thought he could find happi: ress with his new love only in tne i rcxt life The husband and the '-other woman" took poison m a i double love suicide. : \ n American GI and his Jap- ian'csc sweetheart took poison and oicd together in a small Shm.o Sh ln" another case, a Japanese girl ! PO soned herself and her American! !oov friend who was scheduled to I ' rctu4 to the United States. The jonK way she could hold him was 10 take him into the next life with her. ^ I Japanese Lament Broken Needles TOKYO U!»--Japan has just ob- scrvcd Hari-Kuyo day. ; That's not a new democratic vcr- «-ion of hari kiri. but a straight- Jaccd memorial service to co mf . 01 ^; : ti-c spirits of needles broken dunng i il:c vcar. .! '. All over Japan, women and. iM»,nc girls held elaborate ccre- r.,o:iics in homes and schools--the srmc scmces they were holding] foi the unfortunate broken needles i 1.600 years ago. . , The idea is that a sewing needle v a living thing whose body nas r'tcn sacrificed in service. In oriC Tokyo girl's school, the Uuddhist Shukutoku Joggako, they ^ct up an altar and strung the · ?pcrcd staff and rice rope" before · i; On the top step of the aHar they i ,.,- ercntly placed offerings of fruit! ci.d cikc' On the second step was i HI a plate of tofu, a bean-curd .jelly. . In folemn proccs-'ion the students marched up and stuck their broken and twisted needles in the ',ily. cving them a soft resting f liice after their hard 'work. For a final touch, the priest intoned a Buddhist swtra to calm the is of the lamented needles. UNUSUAL VALUES Perfect sleep-comfort at amazing low cost! Resilient coil spring unit! Durable ticking. $1.00 WEEKLY 5- YR. 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