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Belvidere Daily Republican from Belvidere, Illinois • Page 6

Belvidere Daily Republican from Belvidere, Illinois • Page 6

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6 Belvidere Daily Republican, Saturday, Jan. 6, X962 Deaths Funerals Hospital Notes Of FFA Event Arc Reported Caledonia School Menus Posted Caledonia Grade school has Rogers To Play In I Festival 4 Mike R. Rogers, 824 Fremont street, will participate as a member of the University of Illinois Concert band in the eighth annual Festival of Concert Band music in Urbana Jan. 12 and 13. Emil H.

Ohlinr, Rockford, Dies Emil II. OhMn, 78," of Rockford, father of Mrs. Rose Carpenter of "Belvidere, died Friday night at his home at 83 Senate drive after a brief illness. He is survived by his wife, Alma, two other daughters. Mrs.

Evelyn Suberlich and Mrs. Mildred Opsahl of Rockford; son, LaVem Ohlin, and a brother and sister living in Rockford. Funeral rttp will held fit 3 Police Charge 5 Area Youths -( ''I. i Five area youths, one from Cherry Valley and the four from the DeKalb area, were arrested by city police early Saturday morning and charged with drinking as minors. I James R.

Kuntze, 18, Cherry Valley, was stopped about 12:55 a.m. "on Willow street and arrested on medrinking charge. Kuntze-was to appear in police magistrate court Saturday afternoon. About 3:15 a.m. Saturday police stopped a.

car on North State street and arrested four youths on drinking charges. James E. Per 'kins, 16, DeKalb, driver of the auto, was charged with illegal BRIEFS Air. and Mr. Harry W.

Dunbar of 600 Logan avenue jiave returned from Boston, where they spent the holidays with their son and daughter-4n4aw, Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Dunbar, and their granddaughter, Debbie. Dr. Durtbar is a esident at Boston laying In hos pital.

PLAY IT The American Safety Council Reports That 60 Of All Auto Accident' Fatalities Could Be Prevented If Seat Belts Were Used. Call For An Appointment I For Installation On All Makes Models Per Belt Installed Set Of 2 $18.95 Available In Most Colors CHEVROLET SALES 111 Logan Ave. posted the folowing menu for next week: i Monday: Creamed chiped beef, mashed potatoes, corn, apricots and Ice box cookies. Tuesday: Spanish rice, cole slaw. peanut butter sandwiches and pudding.

Wednesday WicnerS, creamed potatoes, parsley buttered carrots and apple sauce. Thursday: Beef and noodle cas serole, peas, cranberry sauce and cupcakes. Friday Tomato juice, fish sucks. baked potato, Jello salad and frosty bars. Bread and -butter and one-half pint of milk is provided daily for each child.

The first wireless meessage ever sent across an ocean was "Dot, dot, dot, Morse code tor the letter SO i ails at Sullivan's NORCROSS 1st Floor Sullivan's HIGHLAND RobcrtNemec, 623 Union avenue, and Bruyn, 726 John tindei went major surgery Saturday. Admitted fcttday were Danny Reynolds, three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. William Capron; Fay Campbell, ,1120. Union avenue; Mrs.

Josephine Wensky, 903 Berlyn avenue Mrs. Anita Mitchell, route: -Rex Grismore, Elgin; and John Joslin, Cherry Valley. 'V. Mrs1. Lila Van Epps, route was admitted' Saturday.

Dismissed Friday were Marie Coleman, 504 West Boone street; Miss Maggie Chamberlain, Caledonia; Herbert Shulz, and Oara Ke-men, Marengo. Dismissed Saturday were Rose Johartningsmeier.your year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johan-ningsmeier, Kingston; Mrs. Gale Schmig and infant son, 222 East Jackson street, and Gary Richardson, seven year old son of Mr.

and- Mrs. M. G. Richardson, Hampshire. Mr.

and Mrs. James, Kline, 1118 Pearl street, are the parents of a son born Saturday in Highland hospital. The baby weighed seven pounds, 11 ounces. Mr. and Mrs.

David Rasmussen, 215 Van Buren street, are. the parents of a daughter born in-St. Joseph's hospital Friday. The baby weighed seven pounds, 14 ounces. Mr.

and Mrs." Qarence Knott, Garden Prairie, are the parents of daughter born Saturday in St Joseph's hospital, The a by weighed, seven pounds, 14 ounces. Pass Package Law For Oleo, Butter SPRINGFIELD, 111,. (AP) --Three-quarter pound packages of butter and oleomargarine" may be legally packaged and sold in Illinois, Atty, Gen. William G. Clark held Friday.

A bill passed by the 1961 legislature added the new legal size, Clark advised Agriculture Director Ralph S. Bradley. EIFFEL TOWER BURNS PARIS (AP) Fire -broke out this morning- about halfway up the 980-foot Eiffel Tower. Firemen climbed rapidly to the second landing of the. tower and put out the blaze.

Damage-was slight. MACMUXAX IS ILL LONDON (AP) Prime Minister Harold Macmillan was in- bed with a bad' cold today but aides said he was expected to be well enough to go to Bonn next Tuesday for talks with West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. Come In AndDlscuas Wedding Flower Arrangements No Obligation LUN DIN'S FafrvtewSt. POLL BELVIDERI LAST TIMES lkoswU-UU Boone county was represented at the recent Farm BureauFuture Farmers of America conference by Ronald Aves of Belvidere high school and Fay Elfwanger of North Boone high school. The event was held on the campus of Illinois State Normal university 27-29.

On the opening day -of the conference lectures were given em phasizing principles granted by the Declaration of Independence and the UJS. constitution and accepted as American heritage. 'V- "Belief in God," "Importance of the Individual" and as a Servant" were discussed. Economic principles were highlighted In the discussions, "The Motive- Profit" and "Private Ownership of A workshop on points brought out by the above topics followed. The first day-program also included a basketball game between Illinois State Normal university and Culver-Stockton university of Canton, Mo, This was followed by a sports program for con ference guests.

On the next day of the activity, economics lectures were presented on "Prices Guide to Production and Consumption" and "Free Com petition." workshops followed and the program continued with a lec ture on the four ways of doing business, namely as an individual, in partnership, as a corporation oj as a coijerauve. The group visited business estab lishments in downtown Normal and Bloomington to view their operations. iDelegates toured the Illinois Agriculture Association andjASftl-iated Companies' buildfigs-- and asked questions of personnel panelists. The evening banquet featured the address "Wall Building UJS for entertainment acts. At the final session, the Future Farmers reported on the business trips, heard an address and held a workshop on tfie topic "What Each Can Do Back Ifome." The final activities included a conference evaluation, a general assembly with remarks by the Illinois state FJF.A.

president and a talk by a public relations representative of the Illinois Farm Sup- ply company. The Boone county 'delegates will report on the conference at future meetings of their FJFjA. groups. Community: (Calendar announcements must be telephoned to the Chamber of Commerce office at least 24 hours In advance) SUN0A1T 6 p.m. Altar and Rosary society, church hall.

6:30 p.m. Young Couples club poUuck, First Methodist church. MONDAY, 1:30 p.m. Presbyterian Guild, church house. 6:30 p.m.

past Presidents of American Legion auxiliary, home of Mrs. Josephine Rulison. 7:45 p.m. Bykota Guild, First Methodist church. 8 p.m.

Ada Steams Fellow ship, First Baptist church. 8 p.m. Presbyteers, home of Mrs. Ralph Haffenden. AMERICAN LEGION BREAKFAST Pigs In A Blanket Eggs ALL, YOU CAN EAT Jan.

7th 8To 12 Noon Adults Donation 90c 5-6 advt. WEDDING GIFTS LEAR'S Diamonds Jewelry With director of university bands Mark H. Hindsley conducting, the 118-member band will present fes-tlvial performances at 8 p.m. both evenings in University auditorium. Highlights will include presenta tion oi a oaiiaa or me ixurui ami South" by Normanl Lockwod, with the Men's and women's Glee clubs assisting the Concert band.

1962 CALENDAR PADS And Appointment Books Are Here BERG PRINTING CO. Opposite The Post OMIce ROCKOTE SWIFT PAINT STORE 4038. State; PLAYING CARDS Robert Wait's in mm By Larry Kleber ENJOY YOUR CHRISTMAS PICTURES NOW Christmas won't be over for us until sometime next summer. We'll still be looking at pictures of tinseled trees and gaily wrapped presents well into the swimming season. Reason? Some people let their unfinished rolls of Christmas pictures "age" in their cameras.

Think of all the good pictures they miss in the months in between. What's more important, think of the wonderful holiday pictures they could be enjoying right now while the warm glow of Christmas spirit still surrounds From, the looks of delight on our customers' faces as they picked up their pictures this week, we know that aging doesn't help at all. If you haven't slready done so, why not bring in your holiday pictures for processing this week? Because we know your pictures can only be processed once we take every care, to make sure you get the finest v7 So make it a New reso-; lution to finish up your holiday films bepre you. let them age another v.s, Opea Cloned Wednesdays Matinees SaL-Saa. :00 P.M.

Week Mghte 1X TONIGHT. transportation liquor and driv ing without, a valid operator's license. William H. Price, 20, and Ernest E. Clark, 19,, both of DeKalb, and Roy E.

West, 18, Maple Park, were charged with drinking as minors. Clark was released after 'posting $40 bond in police magistrate court. Price and West were held, in the county jail in liea of $40 bond and Perkins was held In lieu of $50 bond. Police and the parents of the four boys were attempting to learn Saturday where the youths obtained the liquor, 1 Arrangements Set For Annual Event The' Boone County Soil and Water Conservation District Annual meeting wiH be held Thursday beginning with' dinner at the Willow Creek church, Argyle, at 1250 p.m. Eddie Meagher, state chairman of the Agricultural Stabilizaiffioni and Consrevatton committee will be the speaker.

His topic will be "How to Get More Enduring Conservation Practices on the Land." Tickets for the noon meal may be purchased at the church prior to the dinner. Drivers (Continued From Page 1) the face of continued snow and wind. The Illinois highway division cautioned motorists traveling on highways north of a line through Jack-sonvDJe, Bloomington and Kankakee of icy and snow packed conditions as early as 5 a.nv Saturday. The remainder of the State was clear but wet at that time. Snow is predicted to end Satur day afternoon with a forecast of steady or failing temperatures dur ing the day and partly cloudy con ditions and a low of 5-10 Saturday night.

Sunday will be partly ciouay. Ministers Join Chicago Sit-In CHICAGO (AP) A sit-in dem. onstration against the transfer of a students from the Btirnside school to another predominantly iNegro scnooi lb blocks away has ended its fourth day. The grouD of orotestine adults and Dunils was Joined Fridav bv 14 Megro and white ministers who picketed in front of the South Side scnooi. About 35 sit-in demonstrators lined a first-floor corridor.

i School officials say the transfer as ordered to ease overcrowd ing. The demonstrators sav thev want the youngsters transferred to Perry school five, blocks away. Perry has a predominantly white enrollment. JOB 4 Bank By Mail FIRST NATIONAL BANK Member FDIC Death Jakes Mrs. Menz Mrs.

Millie Menz, 86, of Kirkland died at her home Friday after a lingering illness. The daughter of Charles and Fredrlcka Radke, she was born in Waterloo, June 20, 1875. Her marriage to Menz took place Nov. 27, 190L He preceded his wife In death. Menz1 fwas member of the Kirkland Methodist church and a charter member of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Survivors include two sons, Carl of Elgin and Stuart of Kirkland; three daughters, Mrs.

Ramona Reinken of Marengo, Mrs. Arlene Engel of San Pedro, and Mrs. Helen Kirkland; 12 'grandchildren; six great grand children and one brother, Ed Radke of Waterloo, Wis. The Rev. John Cox will officiate at funeral rites at 2:30 p.m.

Sunday in Kirkland Methodist church. Burial will be in Maple cemetery. 1 Friends" nfaycallat" the-" Vrba chapel Saturday night. Olive Parkin Dies At 81 Mrs. Otfve Parkin, 81, of idrfc land died Thursday night at the DeKalb county home.

She was born in South Grove township May 27, 1880, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Renwick and spent all her life in the Kirkland area. iShe attended Kirkland area schools and Northwestern university. Mrs.

Parkin was a 50-year member of Adeline chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star. Her husband Ralph preceded Mrs. Parkin in death. Survivors include a sister, Mrs, Bess Anderson of Kirkland; a brother Tom of Glendora, and two nephews, Robert Renwick of Elgin and Donald Anderson of Kirkland. Funeral rites will be conducted by the John Cox at 2 p.m.

Monday in the Vnba chapel. Inter ment will be in Maple cemetery. iFriends may call at the funeral home Sunday night. Pastor Gierke To Attend Rites Mrs. Lois Buenger of 1106 Bemid-ji street, Bemidji, a sister of the Rev.

Arnold Gierke, pastor of the Immanuel Lutheran church, died suddenly Friday. Funeral rites wiH be conducted Tuesday in Be midji. Mrs. Buenger is survived by her nusoand, Hubert; three children; her parents; four sisters and two brothers. Pastor and Mrs.

Gierke will leave Sunday morning for the rites. Vicar David Schmidt of Marengo will conduct the 8 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. services in the Immanuel Lutheran church Sunday. Communion, however, will not be admin istered at 8 a.m.

and the installa tion scheduled for the 10:45 a.m. service will be held instead on Jan. 14. All appointments of Pastor Gier ke have been cancelled through Thursday. The meeting set for chil dren after school Monday and the meeting of the aduH class Thurs day will not be held.

Mrs. Glender Taken By Death Mrs. Josephine E. Glender, 79, died at Maple Crest at 7 p.m. Friday after several years of failing health.

She was born in Blaine April 28, 1882, the daughter of Henry F. and Ellen Smith Everts. She attended Capron schools and was married to Fred Glender July 4, 1908. Mrs. Glender was employed ai a practical nurse.

She was a- resident -Capron until moving to Boone county about three years ago. She was a mem ber of the Capron Methodist church. Survivors include one sister, Mrs. Earl Burton of Harvard and sev eral nieces and nephews. Mr.

Glender preceded his wife in death. Funeral rites be conducted by Dr. Ray H. Turner of the First Presbyterian church at 1:30 p.m. Sunday in the Buck-Wheeler funer al home.

Interment will be in Cap ron cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday. USF A fl A3SIREU Df COAL If Mrs Josephine E. Glender I I Service 1:30 P.M.

Jan. 7th p.m. Mortday in julian-Poor- man funeral home ati Rockford. Burial in Will wood Burial park. I Leaves Scene, Driver Nabbed City police arrested Ivan Ex-ner, 1001 Columbia street, at his home Friday evening and charged him with leaving the scene of an accident after his car allegedly struck a parked auto belonging to Orville O.

Brown, 315 East Seventh street. Police reported Exner's auto struck the rear of the parked Brown auto, causing extensive damage in excess of 150 to both vehicles, Exner proceeded home without attempting to find the ownerrof the parked car, police said. He was arrested within 15 minutes after the accident when police traced the car through a license number given: them by a witness. r-'- -y In another accident occurring overnight, cars belonging to Phy- Iiss A. Ellis, rural Marengo; Michael J.

Phillips, 821 Van Buren street, and. Lee Kilman, 322 East Pleasant street, were slightly dam- aged in a collision at Logan avenue and South State street shortly past midnight. Police reported the Phillips auto skidded on ice into the rear of the Ellis auto, shoving it into the right side of the Kilman car. The Kilman auto and the Ellis auto were stopped side by side at the State street stop sign, police said. Two Breakins Listed By Police Two breakins, one of them netting thieves between 190 and S100, occurred, in Belvidere over night, acording to reports made by city police.

The breakins occurred at May- nard Mason's Sinclair service sta tion, corner Of Seventh and South State streets, and the Concordia Bowling lanes, 1200 Logan avenue, Entries at both premises was made by breaking windows and reach ing through to open latches, inside. Dolice said. The thiel -or thieves stole a cash register containing between $90 and $100 at the service station after breaking a back window and climbing inside. The cash' was locked inside the register and police spec ulated the entire register was taken when the thieves found they could not break open the machine. The front door window was smashed at the bowling alley, but according to proprietors, nothing seemed to be missing.

Gift Received By University A gift of $50 from the family of Nancy Ball, Caledonia, was among the $1,000,594.26 in gifts and grants accepted by the University of Wisconsin board at its re cent meeting. The gift is to be added to the Children's Leukemia Research fund at Wisconsin's State university, in memory of Nancy Ball. JOB PRINTING DIAL 4-210) SERVICE ON ALL MAKES OF APPLIANCES HoIIembeak Electric Co. GRADY SULLIVAN Belvidera's Largest Clothing Store OPEN SAT. NIG.

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