Belvidere Daily Republican from Belvidere, Illinois on February 5, 1958 · Page 8
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Belvidere Daily Republican from Belvidere, Illinois · Page 8

Belvidere, Illinois
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Wednesday, February 5, 1958
Page 8
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State 8 Belvidere Daily Republican, Wednesday, Feb." 5r 1958 Boy Scout Troop To Get Charter Boy Scout Troop 120 of St James school, a new troop", will be chartered Saturday night in. special ritual at the Knights of Columbus hall. Fourteen boys comprise the troop membership. They are Larry FasaneUa, Robert Forster, Herbert Kuehne, Steven Niemeyer, Jack Reynolds, Paul Smith, Dan Whalen, Mike Whalen, Gary Yerke, Kenneth McCoy, Tom Fluehr, Jim Whitehead, Richard Lee and Francis Moreau. The troop is sponsored by the Knights of Oolumbus with Ward Davis as scoutmaster, William Mo-Gill, assistant scoutmaster, John Moreau. assistant scoutmaster, and Joseph Widhabn, Kenneth McCoy, Maurice Kiefer, Jr., Dan Fasanet la, Gregory Lampe, Elmer Frailer and Kenneth Spencer, committee members; j.v'v - f Phillip LaVaDe of. Woodstock. Klshwaukee district executive; and Ben G. Phelps of Woodstock, head of the Kishwaukee ' district commissioners staff, will head the list of dignitaries to attend. Other scout workers who .will be. present-are John Bigger, assistant district commissioner and William Smith and Harry Dunbar, neighborhood commissioners. ' The charter presentation will be made to Grand Knight John Reynolds of the sponsoring group. Com-mjttee members and scouts will receive membership cards. V Before the .ceremony there will be a family potluck at 6:30 p.m. for scouts, families, committee men and Knights of Columbus members. V Marhlp from Lee. Mass.. was used both in the Capitol at Wash-tartan. D. C. and in St Patrick's Cathedral In New York. ; . . . for your Valentine T" COSTUME JEWELRY $1.00 up Robert B. Lear --Jeweler Hock ein, socle em deals on '58 5 .. , I if! ' Wrinkb-Free" CLOTHES DRYERS GAS or ELECTRIC 7 APPLIANCES North State Shopping Center Free Parkins; Dial LI 4-2058 Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Daily Sat 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ICO ' BUY A '57 AND SAVE $1,000 OR MORE! , ... . .. . V..' . -i' 19S7 BTJICK Special Four Door, Dynaflow, Radio, MOO Mies, 1957 FORD 6 Cjl. Customline Four Door,' Radio, Spotnte, 1100 Miles. - - v ''.,('' m 19C7 FORD V-8 Falrlane Club Sedan, Overdrive, Ratio, A Beauty. 1937 MERCURY Montclalr Four Door, Radio, Mercomatic, 11,-000 Miles. 1937 MERCURY Monterey Phaeton 4 Door Hard Top, Mercomatic, Power Steering. 1957 FONTIAC V-8 Chieftain Super Catalina Coupe, Hydramatlc, Radio, 8,000 Miles. 1937 RAMBLER 6 Cyl. Super Four Door, Overdrive, Radio, 14,000 Miles. 1937 FORD 8 Cyl. F100 Pick-Up, 16,000 Mies. Custom Cab, New Style Wide Box. Call And Ask For Any Of These Salesmen! Wayne Canode .... LI 8-SS91 Bob Brooks LI 2-5391 John Hove LI 5138 Frank Meyers .... LI 4-4509 i Ed Zlnuner LI S-ZSt4 MAN LEY MOTOR SALES CO. Phone LI 4 2138 Behldere Lions To Hear John VA McTCco John W. McKee, public relations director of the Taxpayers' Federation of Illinois,, has been scheduled to address a regular noon meeting of- the Belvklere Lions club. Feb. 18. In the YMCA. "program chairman Dr. E. W. Pope reported Wednesday. " McKee, who Is also serving as downstate secretary of the Federation's' Hoover Report division, will discuss the "Hoover Report" and methods r of : eonomlzing In the state government during the meeting.'!4:.'' 7"; . ; - A political science and government student at George Washington University, s McKee has had sn extensive backgro0n4fn various civic fund drives and community projects. He was paesident of the ' Springfield Junknp Chamber of Commerce, and was formerly assistant ; secretary ' of the Illinois Jaycees. - ' , ; Together with his other duties, McKee is currently serving as sUte credentials committee . chairman for the Illinois Jaycees and is a senator In the Junta Chamber In ternational A Naw veteran of World War n. McKee maintains homes in Morris and' Springfield with his wife, June. - : Dr. A. Lovelace To Lead Festival rector at the Evsnston Methodist church and music Instructor at the Garrett seminary, will ; lead a hymn festival. Feb. 9. at 7 p.m. in the 'Hampshire M e t h odi s t Church as a climax to a church music workshop sponsored oy Methodists of horthern Illinois. The workshop will begin at 2:30 p.m. ,,y 250 Men, Women Seek Benefits Some -250 men and, women as sembled in the Boone county court house Wednesday to sign up for benefits under the Illinois Unemployment Commission. The meetings have previously been held in Belvidere city hall but remodeling there forced the change, v Philip Oliver! of'Rockford. In charge of the Belvidere office, said the, men and women signing up are from Belvidere, Poplar Grove, Ca-pron and : other parts oj Boone county: ' - . , ; He said that no one industry is represented by a majority of the unemployed. They are from all over the area, he said, including Rockford and Harvsrd. ' ' There has been- a small but reg ular buildup in the number, signing up, Ollveri saidi f. beginning last August'' -''.c-' 'i List Area JpLv ) In Call FbriBids Construction bids fair, eight main tenance buildings, including one five mile west of - Belvidere on Highway 20,' were csDed for Tues day by the Illinois tojl highway commission. The hiehway commission ' will open the bids at 11 a.m, Thurs day, Feb. 27. Previous bids for the buildings last October were rejected by the commission as excessive. Five of the buildings will be on the Tri-State toUway, while three are set. for the North Illinois turn-oike from Rockford to Chicago. The remaining building will be placed on the East-West tollway. The site for the vicinity structure Is at the intersection of Highway 20 and the turnpike. i BRIEFS David Manthcy of 9151 Soutt Dobson avenue, Chicago, visited friends in Belvidere Tuesday, He is the former wire editor of the Belvidere Daily Republican. Rubber Stamps STAMP PADS A IKK BERG PRINTING Fine Printing For Over 27 Years Deaths Ct Funerals Death Takes Zada Stiles Mrs. Zada Riddcli Stiles, 68. died at 11:25 p.m. Tuesday in Highland hospital after an illness of three months. She was born Feb. L 1889 In DeKalb county, the daughter of George and Mary Kelly Witter. She was educated in rural schools In Franklin township In DeKalb county. Part of her childhood was spent in'BeMdererrT " viJ - , She! was married to Frank Rld-dell, who died In 1947 and was later married to Charles Stiles, who died last year. Mrs, Stiles' spept 25 years of her life in DeKalb and lived for Some time in Garden Prairie. She war's member offthe Garden Ptalrie CtongregStlonal .efwrcfu Survivors "include -three nieces, Mrs. David Stephenson of Rockford, Mrs. Maria Nelson of Cap-ron and Mrs,' Dora Powell of DeKalb, Snd cousins ' v . .'. .',:';....' . . .'"' ..-i' i ' Funeral services will be conducted at 2 P-m. Friday in the Atkins-Johnson, funeral home by the Re v, Lee Dalrymple of the Garden Prairie Congregational . . church. Burial will be In Highland Garden of Memories. , Friends may call at the funeral home Thursday evening. E. Schmuck -Rites Set .; Funeral services for E m U Schmuck, 63, who died in the Harvard hospital . Monday . evening, will be conducted at 2 p.nv Thurs day m the Capron Lutheran church by the Rey. John I. Hagen. Burial will be in North Sharon cemetery'. Mr. Schmuck farmed in the Sharon and. Blaine , area most of his life. He was born in Phalz- dourg, France June 12, 1894. He came to the United Stater with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Chris tian Schmuck, in 1907. . Survivors include the wife, Louise; four sons, Harry of Beloit Wis.; Earnest and Kenneth ;,of, Norm Carolina and LeRoy, to military service; five daughters, Mrs. Elsie Hardt of Sharon. Mrs. EUsj Adams of South Beloit, Mrs. Doris Scofleld of Eugene, ,. Ore., iMfs,. Alice Blair of Angola, Ind"., and Mrs.- Rosemary Ludwig of Beloit; foW brothers, -Cart snd Ed of Sharon, Chris of Delavan, Wis., and Fred, of, Clinton, Wis.; two sisters,1 Bertha Schmuck of Chicago and Lena Bruner of Harvard, and 10 grandchildren. . . : . Friends . may call at the . SalJsj bury-SchUke funeral home St Shan on from 7 p.m. Wednesday until noon Thursday, when the body will be taken' to the church. -1 Riios Set ' ..?, -;t- - :'. , t : .. ' .' Funeral services for Henry.w. Miller will . be conducted at 2 Thursday in the Vrba chapel ia Kirkland by the Rev. Gordon Schaf-fer of the Falrdale Methodist church. Burial will be in Roseland cemetery, Falrdale. . Friends may call at the funeral home. , W. C. Meyers Rites Held Funeral services for William C Meyers were conducted in the Atkins Johnson funeral home at 2 p.m. Tuesday by the Rev. Edwin M, Oliver. Mrs. Frlda Johnson presided at the organ and offered vocal numbers. Pallbearers were Elza Schwand-erman, WiJltam Feltz, Burton Ralston, Richard Heywood, Charles Heller and Richard Bute. Burial was in Garden Prairie cemetery. BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hulstrom and son, Kirk, will return to their home in Costa Mesa, Calif. Thursday. They were called here by the death of Hulstrom's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wenzel will accompany them to Chicago. . Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hulstrom, who wei also callpd here by Mrs. Hulstrom's death, have returned i to . their home in Dallas, Texas. , J0& PRINTING-DIAL 210' OPEN ... for you at 6 a.m. . . . come in for breakfast Bob Wait's Restaurant Downtown Belvidere good food for good people Highway Mishap Brings Charges (Two men were released from the Boone county jail Wednesday morning after posting bond on charges growing out of an accident about 5 p.m. Tuesday when their speeding car' went off highway 5, three miles west of Belvidere. 5- J 1 THEY ARE Robert Brooks. 31. 1111 Ruby street, who posted $250 bond on a charge of driving while under the influence of liquor, and Willis Reed, Cherry Valley, who posted bond of 119.40 on a charge of being-drunk orr a highway.- Brooks "will appear, in .county court Tuesday morning and Reed is slated for, a justice court hear ing at 8 pnv, Friday. s , ; - SHERIFF Perry C; Bennett said Brooks, the driver, applied his brakes when he saw s truck start to back bufof.S driveway.'' His car skidded more than. 300 feet before going off the highway where it struck a snowbank and vaulted through the air, breaking off a utility pole 10 feet above the ground. The car came, to rest on its wheels. ' n , THE TRUCK was driven by Dan Mallett, Jr., 31, route 1, Belvidere. Service Company Sets Annual Event LOren Proefrock, manager of the Boone County Service company announced Wednesday that the 13th annual meeting of the company wUl be held on- Wedne tajfi". Fehruary "12, c In,", the Conv munity building starting at 11 ajn. J Proefrock Stated that reports detailing : all the operations of the company during the past year will be, made at the meeting, and that njne directors, wllj be. elected , to serve a one - year term on the board of directors. ,,It is hoped that every member and patron will attend and add his best counsel to the ways and means' In which the company can best serve him during the coming year, Proefrock said. The principal speaker will be Dewitt . Brown, assistant general manager of the Illinois Farm Supply, company, who Is qualified through experience to discuss items which are of particular interest to farmers and the company's patrons. At noon, a luncheon prepared by the ladies of the Boone County Hbme . Bureau will be served to all those who attend the meeting. Entertainment will be furnished by Colleen' and Donna the Wilson Sisters and Johnny Barr, an accordionist and comedian. HOSPITALS l HIGHLAND Fred Gallano, route 1, underwent major surgery Wednesday. Admitted Tuesday were Mrs. Beverly Pearson, 531 Willow road, Marengo; Vlcki Pratt, three-year-btd daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William 'Pratt,' Til4 Garfield avenue, and Eddie" Jones, 621 East Pleasant street. 'n .''Deborah Jeneweln, two ? month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jenewein, route 1, was transfered to Rockford Memorial hospital Monday. Dismissed Wednesday were Carl Beyer 117 West Hurlbut avenue; Mrs. Bessie Banks. 818 Prospect street; Sharon Dolan, 14 - year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dolan. route 1. Cherry Valley; Mrs. Russell Geishert and infant son of route 1. Poplar Grove, and Garrltt Van Mcerveld, 1121 Eighth avenue. JOB PRINTING-DIM 2101 am a WILLIAM'S POVERFUL Winter is still here . . . keep your bin full of William's Powerful - The Clean Burning Low Ash Stoker Coal. COUNTRYMAN LUMBER CO. Successor To O. H. Wright A Co. 323 8. 8Ute ARE YOU A GOOD PROSPECT For a Holdup Man?. .1 For a Pickpocktlt;. VW!' .., - ForaPurse-Snatchwl ! 'r'; You are if you cash your checks and carry the cash. You are not if you have a Farmers Bank Checking Account. the Farmers National " - t -v. v i . CHARLES JB.' ALLEN ; , Allen To Seek -StoTe Offijce ; - ! Ogle county sheriff, CKarlesB. Allen, formally announced his ran. didacy this week in the April 8 primary elections for the 32nd His. trict state representative. The 32nd district comprises Boone, DeKalb, Mcitenry and Ogle counties. Allen was elected Oele countv sheriff in 1954 on the Republican ncxet arter having served as Ro-chelle's police chief. Previous to this elective office. Allen had worked on the Rochelle police force following his discharge from the marine corps, and was later appointed to the Illinois state no. lice force. i In announcing his candidacy All en said, 'I have a sincere desire to give the people of the 32nd district a true representation in the stite general assembly. M, ; i Allen resides in Rochelle with his wife, Betty, and their four chQ-dren, Linda, 2; Dandra, 5, and Terry and Janice, four-year-old twins. . 4 Persons Get Fines In Court Four persons have been assessed fines by Police Magistrate Joseph Harrison. r Klaus Price, Jr., Rockford was fined $10 on a charge of violating the school bus law. Milton Corson, Poplar Grove, was fined $5 on a speeding charge. . Lowell Brows, Marengo, received, s HO fine on a charge of operating a motor vehicle without a driver's license. John Higgs, also of Ma,rtngp, was fined $5 for permitting an unauthorized person (Brooks) to drive his car. Roy Norton, rural Belvidere, is scheduled to receive a hearing Friday on s charge of permitting four persons- to ride in the front seat of his car. All five defendants were arrested by state police. Wanda Gilland Given Divorce Wanda Gilland has been granted a divorce from Bobby Gene Gilland in circuit court on grounds of extreme and repeated cruelty. Mrs. Gilland was granted custody of a son and" support payments. The decree granting the divorce lists the date of marriage as January 14, 1956. COM IN AMD III THRI11INO COLOI PICTURES THAT IN AMAZINO 3 OIMINIIONS Larry Kleber's Dial LI 4 2178 JPySjl BaklT,'slj Nihon, Assistant To Attend Parley 1 County Superintendent of Schools Charles Nihan and AssisUnt County Superintendent of Schools Mrs. Loretta Halek will spend Thursday at a special meeting for county superintendents and assistants in Ottawa..- '' -.' I. . ',; The meeting Is called by the department of public Instruction of the SUte of Illinois and is a gen- earl meeting for the northern sup ervisory district of Illinois. Among the topics under discussion will be Information, Rules and Regulations for Special Education. This is of special Interest tQ the local representatives since' school district 100 is planning to establish a classroom for special education In Perry school next fait,"' ft " , 'i'. L ' i" ' ' ' r i Will.Probotcd In County Court' s The estate of George A. Ralston, Caledonia, has been estimated St 165.000 in a will probated, in the Boone county courl. VaUie'of pe sonal property is estimated at J30,- 000 with $35,000 in. real, estate. . The will provides that the entire estate go to his wife, Florence Marguerite' Ralston, for use during her lifetime, and then to a son, Keith McNair Ralston. USE A CLASSIFIED AD Funeral Homsj Phone 4-2121 CLVIOERC L REMODELING NEEDS Make Our Yard Your Headquarters For All Your Building Material Needs. WE KEEP A LARGE STOCK ON HAND AT ALL TIMES Belvidere Lumber & Fuel Co. Buchanan at Caswell When You Need Lumber Call Our Number U 4-2631 iiclfRcliv of ASTHMA! and HAY FEVER KENNEDY'S Drugstore Dally 9 Til 8 Fridays I TU S:S0 Sundays 19 TUT "Two Registered Pharmacists To Serve Your Prescription Needs." 409 S. State Dial LI 4-3747 Is Your Dollar Building Security! If you are one of the more than a. million new home owners each year this wUl not apply to you because you are getting the most from your dollar. x , The permanent prestige, family enjoyment, and the security not te mention personal satisfaction plus the dollars saved will far offset any other short lived Investment. S) Let Us Help You "Build Security" by Build-ing a NEW HOUSE For YOU. STOP IN FOR PLANS We Have The Time Materials And The BuUdcrs Available Farmer's Cooperative Elevator Co. 218 Buchanan ApollO " BELVIDERE TONIGHT j6 RICHARD WIDMARK RICHARD BASEHART DOLORES MICHAELS RIP TORN Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nordmaa of route 1, Capron, are the parents of a daughter bora in St. Joseph s hospital Tuesday. The baby weighed nine pounds," two ounces. , i Indiana Pal (a town of 12.000, people quite a distance from the state of Indiana) is the site of Indiana; State (Teachers College.. 1 ...'nillTIII. 'MII 1 AIAI ... Vjii Not Ono Price ' Today, Another -Tomorrow But HONEST VALUE Every Day And Nobody Ever Sells ' For Less COMPARE Tsjitsjjfj iVW'tstf lotutloa "A ofvs ivtck nMt00 r yMnT rlmsi Dial LI 4-2711 t Shews Nightly tt00-l:00 Sunday Sbowt Continuous Matinees Saturday 2:00 PJMI. Also Holidays, Special Occasions TOMORROW 4)-t ' I .v-rrii. i f -BeMiere'sLarfesW iV'CU'-tfStorA.I iwtjf ty m lit. $ 0 Bank of belvidere Umbm rdm Deport (asm OvygrtQ r-1 ' ALSO NEWS CARTOON COi

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