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nil rewii udiii 1 Tazewell School Principal Killed. PEKIN R u s s e 1 1 E. Crosby. 23, Green Valley, p r i n c i p al : v 'Did I Win All Those?' Springfield Wi Sultan's Smilin' Lela, 2 year old Guernsey, looks at her partner, Patti Read, 12, of Elizabeth, who displays nine ribbons won at the Illinois State Fair. Patti and the cow won annual milking derby plus other junior show honors. The animal was named grand champion female in her class. Wind Damages Building, Trees On Dwight Farm DWIGHT (PNS) A chicken house was lifted from its foundation, four trees were blown down one onto a house, and a farm wagon and rack wagon were turned around in an early morning windstorm Friday. The storm hit at tHe Fred Chris-tenson home, a mile east of here on Route 17. . . T. Mr. Qiristenson said that the storm hit so fast that the family didn't have time to close the vvin-dows. Grass was pulled from the 'lawn by the wind and blown .through the window screens. - No one reported seeing , a runnel 4ype cloud or a twister, but Mr. Christenson said that everything appeared to have been twisted. "f The tree wtiich was blown i against the house knocked the 'chimney down. It is not known .how much other damage wad done. In Dwight a lot of rain was re-Nsorded and one limb was broken ff and driven into the ground. . .raotagraph, Bloomlngtoo, ITL, Sal, An. IS. 195S. Tii n fUii Araa TAUne ivttii Mothers Club In New Phone Directory jTo Sponsor clinic Two The General Telephone Com- the phones into the book. pany began distribution d its new. DOWNS The Mothers Cub of The Blcomington-Normal direc-1 'T directory Thursday, and the book! tory is identical to last year's, tem tdL commanded a lot of attention. i through the yellow pages, but add- u,e P-J:,e acnwa. The readership was gained be-,cd behind them is a 21-town area . state w students to cause of some radical innovations.; directory. tav pnj'slcal and dental check of Homewood Heights -School at most startling of which wasal The area book has Its own yel-- ZiZZZ WkTITm TO a vnrnil iwor Mirn lmv naftoi itna ltilri ntv nnae OM - J ' - asm pictures that boosted such com-! omitted) and the order of appear-pany extras as hands-free phones, ' ance is reversed the area towns extensions, telephone credit cards, i are listed first 100 MPH Winds HH Norfh Part of Slate Se u$ for ffectiv BAGWORM INSECTICIDES Ros Food' O Ros Spray t Evergreen, tree and shrub food HAUG GREENHOUSE Trees, Power Lines Downed In Many Areas By United Press International' Strong winds and heavy rain swept into Illinois Thursday night and Friday morning, downing trees and power lines and igniting a 10,000 gallon tank of naphtha. The blaze in the Chicago suburb of Bedford Park was touched off by a bolt of lightning in an early morning thunderstorm. It caused 5100,000 damage. Firemen from nine suburbs battled the 150 foot high flames at the General American Tank Storage Terminals for more than six hours before bringing them under control. At Sandwich, near Aurora, 100 mile an hour winds upset nearly 700 trees and knocked down power lines, but no injuries were reported. WINDOWS BLOWN OUT Windows were blown out of six stores in the downtown area and about 30 cars and 15 to 20 houses were damaged. Sandwich and nearby Somanauk were without power for six hours and state police had to clear many roads m the area. A cornfield was leveled in a cir cular pattern, but there were no' confirmed reports of a tornado. The Kendall County sheriff's office said it had reports of a tornado cloud sighted at Plattville, but no reports of damage. Joliet received four inches of rain in storms Thursday night and Friday morning. Hail the size of golfballs pelted the area. BASEMENTS FLOODED Basements were flooded in the northeast part of Joliet and traffic in some parts of the city had to be re-routed to avoid flooded viaducts. Creve Coeur and Democratic candidate for superintendent of Tazewell County schools, was injured fatally today in a three car collision near here, United Press International reported. Crosby died at Pekin Public Hospital about 10 a. m., an hour after the accident on Route 29, four miles south of here. Injured and admitted to hospital were Adrian Reining, Green Valley, and Thomas Brown, Peoria. Brown was treated and released. Tazewell County sheriff's depu ties said Reining's auto and a truck driven by Brown collided and Crosby s auto smashed into the pileup. Crosby was taken to the Noel Funeral Home, where visitation will begin Sunday afternoon. Funeral arranegments are incom plete. He was born in Malone Town ship July 2, 1930, son of Bruce E. and Fay B. Crosby. He is survived by his father and mother and one brother, Ronald, of Green Valley. 1 He was a member of the Na tional Education Association, As sociation of School Curricula Development, National and Illinois Elementary Principals Associa-I tions,- Phi Delta Kappa, Illinois Parent Teacher Association, Illinois Association of School Administrators, Creve Coeur Lions Club, Empire Masonic Lodge of Pekin, Peoria Commandery, Scottish Rite and Shrine. and phones of tinted shades But a more practical change Is The towns included are: Anchor, uTowsmith, BcJiCower, Carlock, the new unified method cl listing ; Colfax, Cropsey, Dan vers. Downs, phones of nearby towns in the Ellsworth, Gridley, Heyworth Bloornington-Normal book. Hopedale, Hudson, Le Roy, Lex-The company, which heretofore ington, . Mackinaw, Mlnief, Say-had issued several separate direc- brook. Stanford, Tow an da and tones for smaller towns, put all 'Weston. the Downs school, which does not include a kindergarten, check ups come before entering first, fifth and ninth grades. Dr. E. S. Hernandez wCl conduct the clinic, which will commence at 2 p.m. both days. Tl'.EATCi ore show child ex 7:3 IM ntC TONITE! YOU CAN SEE 3 BIS FEATURES! a CrJe Mississippi Riraboat Gal ii Sweden was a province of Den mark from 1337 to 152L CENTRAL ILLINOIS DEATHS Start Addition To Mortuary MORTON (PNS) Excava tion on the basement of the new Ludwig Mortuary addition has begun. The city building permit sets the estimated cost at 540,000. The main entrance will be on Jackson Street, through a 15 by 30 feet lobby. The additional space wll pro vide accommodations for three Power lines were downed and, family visitations, simultaneously. Mrs. Johanna Johnson PEKIN, (PNS) Mrs. Johanna Johnson, 63, of 1103 N. Fifth St died at 3:45 p. m. Friday at Pekin Public Hospital. She had been a patient three days and had been ill two years. Her funeral will be at 2:30 p. m. Tuesday at the Preston Funeral Home, with the Rev. Raymond Van Zoeren officiating. Burial will be in Lakeside Cemetery. Visitation will begin at 7 p. m. Saturday at the funeral home and she will be taken to her residence where visitation will begin at 11 a. m. Sunday. She was" born March 2, 1889, in Upleward, Germany, a daughter of A. and Stella Hubarts. She was married to Doede H. Johnson, May 10. 1910 at Upleward. Germany. They came to the United States and to Pekin in 1923. Surviving are her husband: five daughters, Mrs. Dick Van Horrn, Havana; Mrs. John Rueter, Bai-leyville; Mrs. Thomas Gore, Pekin; Mrs. John Barth, Mrs. Eli Barth, Marton; a son. Harm, Morton; a sister, Miss Greite Hubarts, Hanover, Germany; 16 grandchildren and six great grandchildren A son was killed in World War II. She was a member of the Sec ond Reformed Church. a sister Mable Willis, Evanston; four brothers, George, Bondville; Tom, Peoria; John and Roy, address unknown. He was a member cf the Washington Methodist Church. j " Mrs. Arva Wright ' CLINTON (PNS) The funeral of Mrs. Arva Wright, 68, who died Thursday at Decatur and Macon County Hospital at Decatur, will be at 2 p. m. Sunday at the Her-ington Funeral Home. Burial will be in Croninger Cemetery at Cisco. Visitation will begin at noon to day at the funeral home. Mrs. Wright's daughter, Mrs Beulah Ogilvie, survives. She was a member of the Cisco Methodist Church. Darienders1 Local Union No. 245 Will Hold a Meeting Sunday, August 17 at 10:00 A. H. K of P Hall, 408 W. Jefferson, Bloomlngton SPECIAL ELECTION . . . PLEASE ATTEND H. W. Williamson, President MOOSE DANCE TED KAGEL'S ORCHESTRA Saturday & Sunday Fine Foods From Our Kitchen telephone lines tangled at Dixon when winds and heavy rains struck the town. ! At the RocheHe airport, winds lifted an airplane from the ground, and flung it across a highway. It cut 13 main power lines before the wreckage landed upside down in a cornfield. Power in Rochelle was out for a time and a doctor and nurse had to use flashlights to deliver an eight pound, one ounce boy during the failure. OTHER TOWNS HIT The communities of Lee, Shab-bona, Hinckly. and .Steward in De Kalb and Lee counties also felt the brunt of the storms as trees and power lines were sliced down by the winds. Winds near gale proportions struck Wilmington, south of Joliet and uprooted trees, blanking out telephone, water and electric service. An estimated $75,000 worth of damage was caused. The Weather Bureau did have some good news. It said that a cold front, which caused the storms as it moved into the hot, humid air, would keep temperatures for the next five days somewhat cooler. There is to be a family visitation area of 15 by 50 feet. The casket display room, 25 by 50 feet, will be in the basement There will be a four car garage, attached to the mortuary with the embalming room adjacent. , T h e sunken garden will be converted into a parking space to accommo date 28 cars. Parking areas will be to the south and west The chapel will seat 165, the family room 45, and the total capacity of the building will be 350. The building will be finished in aluminum white siding and brick. There will be two entrances at the rear of the mortuary. Completion is planned for Dec. L Reunion Dafes Doyle Sunday, Aug. 24, Miller Park. Bigger Sunday, Aug. 24, Miller Park, Bloomington. Lanham-Davenport Sunday, Aug. 17, Miller Park. Murrell-IIenson Sunday. Aug, 24, 12:30 p. m. (DST), Miller Park, Bloomington. Glenn O. Hoxworth PEKIN (PNS) Glenn O. Hox worth, 53. owner of a Pekin Shoe repair shop, died Friday morning at his home. His funeral will be at 10:30 a. m Monday at the Kuecks Funeral Home, with the Rev. Lewis An drew officiating. Burial will be in Lakeside Cemetery. Visitation will begin at 4 p. m. Saturday at the funeral home He was born at Farmington Feb. 7, 1905, son of Carl and Grace Gunnett Hoxworth. He married Leona Rose at Springfield in 1953 surviving are ms wile; one stepson, Denny J. Rose of Pekin; his stepmother, Mrs. Carl Hox worth of Avon; and three brothers, Claude. 103 E. Chestnut St, Bloomington; Donald, Chicago; Kenneth, Peoria. x He was a member of the Empire Masonic Lodge of Pekin, Elks Club, and American Legion. He was an Air Force veteran of World War. II. John W. Chapman PONTIAC (PNS) John W. Chapman, 59, of 730 W. Reynold Logan County July Coal Output 921 Tons LINCOLN A total cf 921 tons of coal was mined during July at ixgan county s one remaining mine, the state Department of Mines and Minerals reported Fri day. Output of the county's 20 work ing miners compared with 1,259 tons mined during June. The state total for July was 2,343,912 tons. .for snack or a dinner-date You'll enjoy our generous por tions of delicious food, our courteous service, our pleasant atmosphere and our mod est prices. Italian & American Foods YOUR FAVORITE DRINK LUCCA GRILL 116 L Market Our 22nd Year Phone 3-2790 UP- Tammy and tha BACHELOR rius: GLNT WESTERN HIT! 7-f JA1 ri tXxW COLOR riXS: TOBEID "ANNE XETLAND" Plus: COLOR CARTOON! PONTIAC TODAY: CRESCENT "Gunman's Walk" "Bitter Victory" EAGLE: "No Time For' Sergeants" DRTVE-LS "Drango "Bernadine." WASHINGTON and Mrs. J. L. Reeves left last )h nrcj Mourm eti uie cmversiry oi Denver. He and his fraternity brothers are reporting early on campus to assist in the clean up work and dedication on the new wing of their chapter house which is near mmnlptinn r TYA- anil T5i i .1 T?Or-1.. 1 v been visiting the Raymond Keck family at Reeseville, Wis., and their mother, Mrs. Ralph Belsly who has been assisting in her daughter's home inArlington Heights, for a week, returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo R. Clark are spending the first week of their three week's vacation at Lake Manitou Resort, near Rochester. Ind. i mm. DANCING TONIGHT 9:30-12:30 TED JOHNSON'S BACoDF .Entertainment Members & Guests HOT LUNCH SEIVEO EYE IT JSt3uV SUNDAY AFTERNOON t EVENING mm as Vol "Tei" KofKJn Veteran Bonwi VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS AIR CONDITIONED CLCBROOMS 114 W. GROVE McLean Mrs. William Robinson of Colorado Springs. Colo., Sunday was visiting his mother, Mrs. Alberta Call Bob for STEPPING STONES 1 0C each 1 1 t Bob Bozarth Special BLOOMINGTON BUILDER'S SUPPLY COMPANY Phone 9-9880 . . . 1100 W. Market St. "The Home of Good Concrete" BENSON Sherrill Haase, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Haase, was reported Wednesday to a be a surgical patient at St James Hospital in Pontiac. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wallace and daughter, Nancy, Tuesday were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Meismer and daughter, Kathy. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Tjaden and family returned Tuesday after spending a week in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Pinkham and sons Thursday were visiting friends in Oklahoma. at. aiea ai p. m. Tway m. KODinson, who Is a patient at James Hospital. He had been ill ' Mennonite Hospital in Blooming-eight months. jton. She is reported to be im-His funeral will be at 10:30 proving. STANFORD Wayne Amdor, display advertising salesman, joined the Pantograph on Feb. 2, 1953. A graduate of State University of Iowa, School of Journalism, Wayne had previously worked in the classified and display advertising departments of the Doily lowegian, Centerviile, Iowa, ond for the Daily Gazette, Sterling. During World War II, he was a lower ball turret nunnpf ' ------ a on a B-24, t wiin missions in 'the U.S. Air Corps, 1 5th Air Force, Italy. Wayne spent his early life on a farm in McLean County, where he was active in 4-H and FFA work. He is a graduate of Moore Township High School, Farmer City. Wayne has 45 local contract advertisers whom he contacts for Pantograph display advertising. His keen mind and artistic talents provide a rich background for Ml "1 i , v f -i ; 4 I - Wayne Amdor counseling and laying out spar ' kling ads for his clients. Wayne's unusually high sense of humor spills over into the Pantograph's monthly house publico, tion "The Family Circle." Some of his articles on a variety of subjects from shopping to fishing are gems of witticism and satire. By his own admission, he is a jack of all trades, master of none. He is all too modest, however to recall his outstanding performance in the Pantograph Bowling. League, on the golf course for Pantograph match play, or more recently in the field of Softball which has pitted several Pantograph departments against each other all with the net result of strained muscles, bruised fingers - and lopsided scores. In addition (to proclaiming the power of Pantograph advertising, Wayne spends his free moments in sports, SPEBSQSA and writing. He has been active on Pantograph committees for employee activities, and contributes each month to "The Family Circle." Mr. ond Mrs. Amdor have an eight year old daughter, Deborah, and live at 515 W. Grove St. The Rev. and Mrs. George Hunsinger of St. Louis, Mo., Sun day were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Runion. The Hunsingers are to leave Monday for Denver, Colo., where he will become minister at Hillside Presbvterian church. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McKeynoias and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ewing Sunday were visiting relatives in Covington, Ind. They attended fu neral services for their uncle, M. M. Younsf while there. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hainline of Minier. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Schantz of Lexington and Mrs. Harry Haines of McLean. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Young of; New Almstead, Ohio, Sunday were visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Hil-pert. , EMDEN Mr! and Mrs. Urban Johnson returned Sunday after visiting their son, the Rev.- Donald Johnson, at Davenport, Iowa. Mr. Johnson was installed as pastor Ox Zion Lutheran Church there. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alberts and family Sunday were visiting in Davenport, Iowa. They attended the installation service of the Rev. Donald Johnson while there. Mrs. Robert Deterts of Emden, accompanied by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Benninger of San Jose, spent the week end with her husband, Pvt. Robert Deters, at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. James McCormick and John Hamner of Peoria left Sunday after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. John McCormick. Mrs. Orville Meeker and sons of Oakville, Iowa, and Mrs. John Detjen left Monday after visiting here over the week end. EMINGTON Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jensen left Tuesday to isit relatives in Manchester, Iowa, and Sioux Falls, S. D. a. m. Monday at the Raleigh J. Harris Funeral Home, with the Rev. E. B. Morton officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Visitation will begin at 2 p. m. Sunday at the funeral home. He was born Aug. 17, 1898, at Sorento, a son of Finis and Mar garet, Wilber Chapman. He came to Pontiac in 1910 and was a clerk at the Bradford Drug store many years. He was a guard at the Illinois State Prison the last 9 years. His only survivor is a brother, Shirley, of Pontiac. His parents preceded him in death. He was a member of the Methodist Church. Fred Wilson WASHINGTON Fred Wilson, 77, of 203 S. Elm St. died Friday evening at Morton Nursing Home. He was taken to the Ilerrington Funeral Home at Clinton. Arrangements are incomplete. He was born in De Witt County, May 25, 1881, a son of Rufus and Mary Brown Wilson. He married Grace A. Duncan at Wapella. Surviving are his wife; four sons, Jim, Washington; Keith, Ma-roa; M-Sgt. Francis E., Syracuse, N. Y.; Fred L., Cranston, R. I.; 52 Dest Picture Awards and World- Wide C7 Honors y MICKAIi TODD'S tor? -w"Wdv- 8o astfs 2 CgJS7ATI,Y COOL -11 I CT 2 1 0X II.S4 Child Ore 11:4J Gang" fLVS AT KOOJT ONLY"! Sorority GirP Mr. and Mrs. Warren Harrison 1 Tuesday had as their guests Mrs. ; Phyllis Catner of Muncie, Ind., and Miss Linda Luck of Baraboo, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Garner re-1 turned Sunday after spending a 1 week with relatives in Springfield and Fredericktown, Mo. j Mrs. Feme Van Ness Buntin was reported Tuesday to be a patient at Franklin Hospital at Benton. She suffered a broken hip and arm in a fall at her home several weeks ago. TOMORROW! MOUSEKEETER CLUB PARTY CARTOONS FCN & PRIZES! ANTHONY QLTNX As Attila Ike Baa! SOPHIA LOKEN fit 4- ;v J?T1 Pimm h,,. RIO IUOIO . ; rtscNT vWAYNESVILLE Mrs. Elmer Gehlbach was re-1 ported Thursday to be recovering from major surgery performed at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital in Lincoln. I George GoBEL DianaDdRS IRYIN "ST Doub,e Thrills! Both Features after 9:00 P. 51. DAY Jet Attack & Suicide Battalion i Regular Bargain Prices! BENSON Mrs. Lottie Sturm of Benson and Miss Nelia Kindig of El Paso left Monday to visit their sister, Mrs. I Louvina Wilson, at Shepherd, I Mich. j Mrs. Alta Schirer of Roanoke : and Mrs. Violet Schirer of Secor left Wednesday for Chicago and a tour of five national parks. They j will be joined in Chicago by Miss ; Buena Wilson of Shepherd, Mich., ; who will also make the parks ; tour. JO ANNE WASHBURN SCHOOL OF DANCE R. K. 3, Bloomington, 111. Phone 9-0636 FALL TERM Commences Wednesday, Sept. 3rd Registration August 16th to September 1st Enroll NOW for Placement in Classes PRINCESS LE ROY Sat, 7: 9: San., 1:34 'APRIL tOVi" Cinemascope and Color PAT BOONE SHIRLEY JONES Cominj Soon: PEYTON PLACE llitl DANCE TONIGHT STAN HURST TRIO Dancing 9:30 to 12:30 in our Air-Conditioned Second Floor LIubrooms Free to Legionnaires and Guests Be an "Early Bird" Pay your 1959 , . Dues Now $5.00 Louis E. Davis Post No. 56 McBarnes Memorial Bldg. THERE'S SO VERY MUCH TO ENJOY IN INDISCREET" It's Spiced with LAUGHS Beginning TOMORROW! F ; 1 1 ' . . . - i r v.- " .... So great together you'll wish they'd never part again! GREET will keep you chuckling long ofter you leave th theatre! CSEAT STARS in a wonderful lovt adventure! TECHNICOLOR Scenic splendor like "3 Coins in the Fountain" Haunting Musical score to quicken your pulse! No wonder audiences and reviewers already are applauding it as the big entertainment hit for 1958!

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