The Daily Chronicle from De Kalb, Illinois on January 13, 1956 · Page 5
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De Kalb, Illinois
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Friday, January 13, 1956
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Friday, .January 13, TFME i'J vA r i it t'z -J f , " $ " 3 Dr. Donald Beiges Director of Student Work Will Speak On Sunday, Jan. 15, at the 10:30 aon. divine worship service of First Lutheran .'Church, Dr. Donald R. beiges of LaGrange will be the guest preacher. Dr. Heiges is the ex ecutive secretary of the Division of Student Service for the N a t $ onif Lutheran CdunciE Through his office in "Chicago the jpriinistry to Lutheran students son the, campuses of some 1,500 colleges land universities throughout the United States is directed. Prior to (his appointment to the national! directorship; he was associated with student work in the metropolitan New York area. 'j -, .The division speaks for the Lutheran students of eight of the National Lutheran church bodies, 'representing upwards of 5,000,000, people. On a number of university campuses, the, division assists in supporting student centers and chattels with a total ministry to the student family. Following the worship service Sunday, Dr. Heiges will meet briefly in the vestry of the jchurch with 'the students from Northern Illinois State College to discuss some of the possibili ties and plans for an enlarged work amonff 1 students on " the rmpus of NL 4- 4 ' Faculty Club Talk Given orT Ceramic Art Faculty Newcomers Club was treated to a talk on ceramics by Cecil Strawn of Northern Illinois ! State College's Fine Arts department last night. At xne nome oi Mrs. tiarom uor- land, he illustrated his talk with i colored i slides and showing pieces he had made. Mrs. Maurice Weed, president, j conducted the business meeting. ; Mrs. utaiora. tsiscnoi was chairman 61 the social commit tee for th evening andf her as sistants were Mrs. Robert Brie- ham, Mrs.1 William Ogilvie and Mrs. Kenrfeth John. "' ' m ttv.iJ o j in i lie rcmuaiy o iiieeiuig will be at the home of Mrs. Leslie A. Holmes, j . JJIALTA EXECUTIVE BOABD Mrs. - William Heller, president, conducted the meeting; of the Malta' Woman's Club iex- mitivA hriard Wednesdav pvp- j ning. Business items, discussed ! Included the county board meet- Ing to be held Saturday, Jan. j 21, ' at the Dekalb Public Library at 2- p. m. Plans for the Malta Centennial to be celebrated July 27,r 28 and 29, were discussed. Minor items were also brought up and win .oe presentea;io me members at the regular meeting in February. -j Past Officers' "Past Officers; Night," with presiding of ficers of other years servirg the stations, was ob served Thursday? evening by DeKalb Shrine 47, Order of the White - Shrine of Jerusalem in the Masonic Temple. All were welcomed by worthy high priestess, Viola Fulton, and watchman of shepherds, Maurice Ingham. Ruth LaVen serv ed as worthy high priestessfnian of shepherds; Viola Ful- along with- Sam LaVen as Tvatchinanrof i the shepherds. Both were welcomed in song by Evelyn Faweett who was ac companied by 'organist, Janet Washburn. ' . Sara Pooler, guest of honor, was similarly welcomed as was honored guest, Covill Terwilli- rer, who sat in the east' Others serving - were: Noble proph etess. iNellie Wallin; associate watcHman of shepherds, Clif lord Denton; scribe, . Gertrude Butcher; 4 treasurer, Dr. M. C Hayes; chaplain, Elizabeth Fos ter; shepherdess, Dorthia Culver; guide, Muriel Warden; herald, Ora Burnell; wisemen, Ed win BurnelL Marlin : Culver, Harry .Butcher;; hardmalds, Xlosa Hanson of past officers. Ruth Johnson and Bertha Ing ham of regular officers; king,al 1956 Hunt Brings Message VOf Indi6 To DeKalb Rev. Edwin Hunt of the Covenant Methodist Church in Evan-Eton spoke of the caste system and hopeless slavery of the outcast 'of India . Thursday at the Family Night held at DeKalb's First Methodist Church. Over 300 member and friends turned out to hear Rev. Hunt, a former DeKalb resident, who spoke from : personal contact and experiences of last sum- mer's trip around the world during which he spent a month in India. Many Indian officials realize the evils of the caste system and are attempting -to end it, he said. ,, . Elaborating - on his subject, Rev. Hunt continued, India's 175 million people live in an area roughly equal1 to that of the United States east of the Mississippi and about 88 per cent are illiterate. About ten million Indians are Christian and Christian missionaries are still permitted in India, but only because Nehru supports them. A number of fanatical Hindus in his cabinet would like to expel them. Missionaries in India build chapels and conduct religious services, but they also maintain hospitals, schools and agricultural missions. Through the misisbnaries, Mr. Hunt said, he saw more of India than Church Groups Meet Thursday At Covenant Both the men's and the women's organizations of the Mission Covenant Church had meetings yesterday at the church. The Ladies Aid Society planned the year's projects at their session. - j Mrs. Elmer Klank and Mrs: John Halverson, with Mrs. Fred Carlson at the piano, offered a vocal, duet for the program. Pastor David Bergstrom, gave a brsef message reading from Acts 6f verses 6-8. Hostesses were Mrs. Claus Swanson and Mrs. Gunnar Nelson. Randall Johnson showed mov ies of high school and college football eames to the Men's Fellowship. To open the meeting, the men sang hymns.- Howard Noreen led devotions, reading from the Bible, and Elmer Klank gave prayer. - . lj . A short business session 101- lowed. During the social hour". Bert L. Swanstrom served re freshments. Hospital Notes GLIDDEN MEMORIAL Admitted Surgical, Mrs. Arthur Benson, Lee; j Mrs. Louis Ranchino, DeKalb; Merle FJ-iiott, Malta; medical, Mrs. Sophia Stone, Mrs. Clyde Bridge-water, Malta; Mrs. D. D. Seymour, B. O. Burrows, Frank Simmonds, Nels J. Nelson, DeKalb; accident, Dennis Baker, son of Paul Baker, DeKalb; tonsillectomy, Michael McCartney, DeKalb. Dismissed Mrs. Carl J. L. Swanson and son, Dennis Baker, Mrs. Clayton Bremmer, DeKalb; Mrs. Harold Lindblom, Maple Park; Mrs. Arthur Benson, Lee; Elmer Hollis, Waterman. ST. MARY'S Admitted Medical, William Herman Gaston, DeKalb, John Marras, County Home, DeKalb; Frank Johnson Kirkland; surgical, Alvin Anderson, DeKalb. Dismissed Robert Diedrlch, Mrs. Anna Hainer, DeKalb. Night Observed By Shrine Dr. R. Culver; queen, Olga Cul ver; guardian, Georgia Kuecks; honorary guard, Harry Foster; guard, Chris. Peterson; banner bearer, Anna Harding; color hearer f2nv .Wfalrien. Escorted and formally7 introduced were ' Gertrude Butcher, chairman of material objective committees, district five; -Guy Walden, deputy supreme, watch- ton, supreme matron of honor; Maurice Ingham, supreme kings guard and past officers not serving. The ; past officers presented gifts to Mrs Fulton and ' Mr. Ingham. ' There were brief ad dresses from those in ' the east who spoke of events 'of their year as , presiding officers. The meeting .was saddened by the. announcement of the passing of Arthur HavenhilL Members tare requested to; attend the services " Saturday at the Wlrtz Funeral Home i During .the social hour gifts awaited' each past officer. Re freshments were served at gay ly decorated tables by Clara Evensen and her committee. The next regular meeting will be February 9 When the White Shrine will hold annual memori- services. would hate been possible any other way. And what he saw, convinced him that in many instances a false picture is painted of India. In Rev. Hunt's opinion, as offered before last night's audience, Mr. Nehru j is being unjustly criticized in the west. He believes that he has accomplished a great deal and that in him lies the hope of India. ; Rev. Hunt stated that he is sure that Mr. Nehru is anti-communist, that he believes that peace is the important thing for India. As for India's reception of the Russia visitors last summer, Mr.- Hunt I said that the Indian people always go to see a stranger, 300 or more would gather to see him in some of the villages and they always had a band. He said he feels sure that had our President ac-i cepted the invitation to India extended by Nehru he would haVe been welcomed by the same people. John Boardman emceed last night's program. Devotions were led by Waite Embree and George Terwilliger was in charge of community singing. Margaret Otis was general chairman. Circle Five, chair-maned by. Mrs. LeRoy Wing, prepared the. supper which was; served earlier. Charles Stiles and Mrs. Zada Riddell of Garden Prairie were married in DeKalb on Wednes day, Jan. 11. They are now on their way to San Antonio and Brownsville. Tex.i where they will visit relatives. Mrs. Stiles is the former Mrs. Frank Riddell -of DeKalb. The couple will make their home at Garden Prairie. Rev. Paul E. Schauer baptiz ed Gale Susanne K n u t s o n, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken neth Knutson Sunday at the Immanuel Lutheran Church. Sponsors were her aunt and uncle of Sycamore, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Taylor. Tea tasters in a London importing house work all day smelling, tasting, and feeling samples of ground tea. Clubs - Lodges Following the visit to the Ai'i pha Omicron chapter meeting last night, members of the DeKalb Alumnae chapter of Delta Sigma Epsilon met at the home of Mrs. Royce Thompson. -Lady Vikings met Wednesday at Viking Hall with much business being brought before the session. Mrs. Albert Carlson and Mrs.' Ella Anderson served refreshments. Next meeting January 25, will be a social. Wednesday, Bridge Club enjoyed dessert' followed by an afternoon of matchpoint play at the home of Mrs. O. I. Stevens January 11. January 25 Mrs. Ad- lai Schultz will be hostess. Those " wishing substitutes are to call Mrs. Stevens. Veteran of Foreign War Sewing Circle will have Mrs. Sigrid Carlson as hostess on Monday, Jan. 16, the meeting place being her home. Library Whist Club will meet at 2 p. m. Monday with Mrs. J. A. Spickerman. Those wishing substitutes are to call Mrs. Rodney Wright. Barb City Boat Club met last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stossel. Luncheon was 3 ENGAGED Mrs. Ella Mae George of Arlington Heights announces the engagement of her daughter, Sandra Lu, to Richard Gilchrist, son of Mr. and ."Mrs. Lex Gilchrist of Waterman. ' Sandra Lu is - living in Waterman, with her grandmother, Mrs.' Alex Swanson. No date has been ' set for the wedding. . , THE DEKALB , M , I FAVORITES In the resort collections, two perennial favorites appear in new versions. The shirt dress (left) is in pink polished Swiss cotton- It's cui with action back, push-up sleeves, collar with back interest. Mrs. Earl Bond rnnounces the engagement of her daughter, Carol Lynn ' Johnson of Sandwich, to David Eakle, son of Mrs. Paul Eakle of Waterman. Plans are being made for a summer wedding. served by Mrs. George Noplos and Mrs. Stossel. Members wishing to go ice- fishing are to contact Roger Jacobs or Mr. Stossel. Anyone Interested in ice-skating may call Clyde Shatto. The next meeting will be held oh February 9, . The Northwest Birthday Club met Tuesday with Mrs. George Lambert. Game prizes went to Ethel Huntley and Minnie Lis-ty. Secret pals were chosen. Mary Brooks will entertain on January 24. St. Mary's Sodality met! Thursday evening in the school! hall The meeting was opened with prayer by the chaplain, Rev. H. McGinn. Roll call was taken with 53 members being present. Minutes of the previous meet ing were read by secretary Pat Moore. The religion lesson was on the "Sacraments." A discus sion was held on the "Heart Hop" to be held on February 8. The meeting closed with prayer. A i 1 DAILY CHRONICLE, DEKALB, ILLINOIS , 1 Grange News Willowdale Grange held its first meeting of the year Tues day evening at the hall in Fair dale, with Rolland Bailey, worthy master, presiding. "Mr. and Mrs. Harold Han strdm received the obligation and became members, and their sons, David and Glenn, became Juvenile Grange members. Lecturer Millie Wilson re ported home night at Fairdale June 12, the picnic June 24, pep meetings April 25 and May 2, and juvenile degree work June 20. Pamona Grange will meet in Fairdale January 27 and again in October. Plans were made for attend ing an officers' conference at Riley Grange Saturday, Jan. 14 Willowdale officers will meet at the hall January 17, An invitation to the wedding of Ivan Bailey and Joyce Hold ridge -at the First Methodist Church in DeKalb Sunday, Jan 15, was ; read. Thankyous were read from Mr. , and Mrs. Carl Bruder and Mr. and Mrs. Ray bchoonmaker : Announcement was made of the 25th anniversary celebration of Mayfield Grange on January 21, and the sponsor ship of a Cub Scout group was discussed. Lecturer Millie Wilson will at tend the Great Lakes Lecturers Conference in Milwaukee Feb ruary 9 to 11. Pearl Bailey an nounced that the next meeting, January 24, will be a potluck dinner at the hall at 7 p.m. followed by a social evening Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wjlson, Mrs. Glenn Wilson and Mrs. Mane Vivian serwa lunch. 4 At the last meeting of the 0ni0 Grove G- ; master Edgar Fleetwood, announced the following committees: Agricul- tural, chairman,. Leonard Smith, James Scott, Everett Miller, Lloyd Fields, Russell Malone; home, economics, chairman, Bonnie Fields, Laura Hartman, Gla dys - Gilliland, Rose- Keneway, Irene Nelson, Sue Thompson, Elsie Castenson arid Barbara Sabin; . legislative, chairman, Rupert Jordan. Leonard Thompson and, Vernie Blade. On the safety committee are: Chairman, Stanley Olson, Robert Keneway. Harold Johnson and Larry Reese; building and grounds, chairman, Arthur Hart-man, John Kesson, Arthur' Gordon,: George Holland, Clifford Astling and ; Emil . Anderson; house, chairman, Margaret Fleet wood, Mary Kesson, pMarion Plucker, Gertrude Miller, Doro thy Smith, Lillian Olson and FOR SALE New 3 Bedroom Home Tile bath. Living room 20 x 14. Automatic heating. Hardwood floors. Charcoal and pink kitchen. Auto matic washer and dryer. Double garage. Nice location in DeKalb. Phone MISS LINDA CHANCE WILL APPEAR ON Talent Scouts Program STATION WREX. ROCKFORD, ILL. Sunday, January 15th. (Program beginning: 12 noon til 1 PJI. Your vote will be. greatly appreciated. Mail to: National Appliance ft TV. Kockford. vote most be In by midnight Wednesday, Jan. nary 18th. ' - ' n i. i i - ' ' ' ' ' , ci It's worn over a crinoline. Sundress (right) also in Swiss cotton is black-and-gray. Dress has its own built-in bra and straps that can be hidden at will. Doris Malone; membership, chairman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sabin, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Gil liland, Mr. and Mrs. George Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Fleet wood and- Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Jorda. On . the entertainment com mittee are , chairman, Rut Thompson, Arita Miller, Donna Reese, Agnes Mosher, Ruth Jor dan, Eleanor Astling and Edna Anderson; publicity, Rose Kene way, Sycamore, and Marion Plucker, DeKalb; music,' Agnes Mosher and Josephine Settle; youth committee, chairman, Kahla Jo Gilliland, Gloria Hoi land, Phillip Fleetwood, Frances Blade, John Jordan and Robert Keneway, Jr.; and insurance, Elizabeth Astling, George Scott and Donald Astling. Girl Scouts The senior Girl Scout Troop of Sandwich met on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Virgil Knox with Mrs. William Edwards the assistant to the leader, Mrs. Knox. The president Is Dawn Nu gent, secretary-t reasureris Mary Ellen Walker and scribe, Ruth Cortright. The .other members are Diane, McQu own, Judy Rogers, Barbara Ferden, Jo- Anhe Knopk and; Nancy Colli-flower. The troop's committee moth ers . are . Mrs. , Louise Rogers, Mrs, lone Combs and Mrs. Lucille Cortright Who assist with transportation or 4ri any way needed. J - ; Next meeting 'on -February 8. Hurricanes and floods have devested many places but one of the places worst hit by Hur ricape Janet .was Grenada in the British West Indies. Girl Scout Troop 19 of DeKalb responded to an appeal from the Girl Guides there for used sum mer clothing by packing a box, a project completed yesterday, This is in conjunction with the. International Friendship theme the girls have been fol lowing. Mrs. .EarJ Hobbs is their leader. A picture of the DeKalb' troop was enclosed along with a letter. " ' Brownie Troop 62 of theCarl Littlejohn School met yesterday with their leader, Mrs. Dale Harshman. The troop is prac ticing first aid. Officers were elected: - Presi dent, Regina Gresh ; - secretary. Pat Noplos. Pam McDermott was chosen to be Brownie- of the day. 6 - 367 Sorority Sidelights With - annual Winter Carnival activities to start this evening. Northern Illinois State College's sororities are talking about booths, queens and the hope for a sudden snow fall. Delta Zeta's three .members on the Carnival Queen -Court are ,Dpttie Horan, sophomore. and juniors, Janis Olson and Barbara Lindblom. "What Your Sorority Means To You" was the topic Mrs. Ralph McKinzie spoke to the girls on at last Right's meeting. m x m Delta Sigma Epsilon chair men for tonight's and tomorrow's events are Pat Pappas, Lois Young . and Mary Jane Glover. Miss Pappas is also representing her sorority for the sophomore court along with Lois Stout, Marge Musser and Joan Shapley. Queen candidates tTomjb this sorority arel"j5ue Stefani and Donna Meyers. Delta Sigs had fun Sunday night when they had a party with the "Flunkies." ' Last night, the actives were hostesses' to members of the Alumnae Chapter at tea in the Home Economics Living Room. A song fest was the highlight of the evening. On February 12, the Delta Sigs will hold a Mother's Day in a attempt to organize club. a Kappa Delta sorority con gratulates P$ula Bush who is freshman representative for Winter Carnival Court, and Terry Moscinski, one of the six junior candidates for queen. Tomorrow, the group will Initiate the winter pledge class for whom Miss Bush was named "best pledge." Other initiates are Joan Rank, who has served as president of the pledge group, Harriet Lindenberg, Don na McGath, Joan TenBusch and Beth Pestore. Claudia Simunic was named top pledge of the fall initiation class. The pledges held Turnabout Day for actives Wednesday when each active was awakened before dawn and escorted to Adams Hall for a 7 o'clock breakfast. Kappa Delta announces three brides who were married during the holidays. Mary Ann Csanadi is now Mrs. Ron Christenson; Gail Martin is Mrs. Richard Hess and Elva Gustafson, Mrs. Ronald Halstrom. The sorority feels proud that three of the four junior class officers are members. They are Sue Benham, vice president; Marilyn Peterhans, secretary; and Audrey Kohnke, treasurer. The president is a man! x Mary Ann McClure is Sigma Sigma Sigma's chairman for Carnival activities. Last night, the pledges gave a party entertaining actives. The girls went ice-skating and then to Mrs. George Terwilliger's for refreshments. Pledges picked Marge Hofert as the ideal sorority member. Society Mrs. Harold Walgren. 734 North 12th Street, entertained at a stork shower for Mrs. Wal lace Flanagan Tuesday evening; Co-hosfess was Mrs. Robert Williams. There were 20 euests resent- ing Mrs. Flanagan, a group gifri and some of miscellaneous na ture.. .' Yellow and green were used in the decoration theme with a stork - centering the,. -buffet table. , - "- 'i: The women played games. presenting their prizes to the honoree. Mrs. Flanagan's son! David Rhea, Was born . January Baby's first tooth seemV to- be a long time coming and -he does love to bite and chew while it's on the way. One moth er finds a "raw carrot makes enjoyable- gnawing for - the toothless. It's inexpensive and easy to clean. Don't try this after, a tooth has come in, however, for Baby will get a. bite out of it - ' Announcement The DeKalb Clinic ' i Is Happy To Announce That V DR. GRANT SUTTIE Will resume his practice at "DeKalb Clinic Monday, Jianuary 16, 1956 College Event Gets Underway ' This Evening Snow or not, Northern's Win ter Carnival will begin its ac tive schedule this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Coronation of the Winter Carnival queen will be m the auditorium at 10 p. m. Saturday's schedule opens at 10 a. m. with a hockey game, freshmen and sophomores -opposing juniors and seniors, at the lagoon. If there is snow, judging of the snow sculpture will begin at 10:30 a. m. The all-school ice skating party will be held at the lagoon beginning at 1 p. m. Following that the Student Union Build ing will be the site of a coffee clutch and jam session at 3 p. m. "Marshmallow Magic" Is-the theme of the Winter Carnival dance in the women's gymna slum from 8:30 until 11:30 that evening. Richard Keefer is faculty sponsor for the two-day program being given for the bene fit of the March of Dimes. Activities are in charge of the newly organized Student Senate. Brownie Scouts Malta Brownie Troop 56 met Tuesday after school at the high school study hall with their leaders, Mrs. Donald Matt-son, Mrs. Arthur Palm and Mrs. Charles Weaver. Bonnie Weaver, president, conducted the business meeting. Shirley Parsley had roll call and collected the dues. Mary Parsley furnished treats. After the meeting they practiced square dancing. The Brownie magic tunnel closed the meeting. There are nearly 25,000,000 acres of national forest land in California. RUMMAGE SALE SATURDAYJANUARY 14 9 A.M. TO 3 P.M. ' In The FIRST METHODIST CHURCH BASEMENT Anyone having' ckthingor other articles to donate, please . CALL 4-5408 Sponsored by M.YJ. of the Chnrch SUNDAY POSITION OPEN For a Responsible Person as a Machine Operator Bookkeeper fnfartsting work for an accurate and reliable girl or woman. DeKalb r Trust and Savings Bank Fourth Stratt and Lincoln Highway Doctor Suttie : will limit his practice to infants and children PAGE FIVE Births Lieut and "Mrs, George. Pos-tich announce the birth of a daughter Kathryn Lynn, born at Sandia Base Army Hospital at Albuquerque, N. M., Thursday, Jan.; 12, 1956. Two brothers, Steven and Kevin, await her ar rival at home. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs,' L. F. Jordan and Mrs. Har old Pedersen'of DeKalb. i i ... . j : Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Vesta of DeKalb are parents of their third son, Darrel James, born a- Glidden Memorial Hospital, on Thursday, Jan. 12. 1956., He ' weighed seven . pounds, eleven and one-half ounces. ' The other two boys are Dale, 6, and Duane; 4. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Vesta, Sr., Genoa, and Mr. and Mrs. B. XL Ryan of Bismarck, N. D. , See Buster Brown on Television Every Saturday at 1:S aon. WREX-TV. Channel 13. . Boujmans 237 E. Lincoln HwyM DeKalb EUROPE IN 1956 ! Personalty Escorted ALL EXPENSES ONLY Ml 24 FLY PAN AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS SUPER SIX CLIPPER FROM CHICAGO AUGUST 9 For Detailed Itinerary Write to Rev. James W. McMillan Earlville, HL Sunday Morning Worship Broadcast From Immanuel Lutheran Church Every Sunday Morning 10:30 to 11:30 , STATION WLBK '(1360 on yoar radio dial)' REV. PAUL E. SCHAUEBr PASTOR Corner Flsk A venae and Fifth St-DeKalb You Are Cordially Invited to Attend These Services '' -'I

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