Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on February 17, 1953 · Page 2
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Six File for Reelection to Am boy Offices Home Bureau Plans Meeting At Oregon Site OREGON— Mrs. John Thomas, Rt. 3, Oregon, with Mrs.' Elizabeth Bolhous assisting, will be hostesses at the Rockvale unit of the Home Bureau Friday at 1 :30 p.m. Mrs. Florine Thomas and Mrs. Mildred Smith will present the major lesson, "Helping Children Cope With Their Emotions." The minor lesson, "Looking Your Best at Home," will be presented by Nelda Zipse. Dedicate Building On Field Campus OREGON— The cook house on the Lorado Taft field campus at Low den Memorial park has been named Poley hall in honor of the late Gerald M. Poley. The board of Northern Illinois State Teachers College at DcKalb at a recent meeting approved the designation. SCHOOL FARTV HELD LEE CENTER An all-school party was held in the school pym Friday night following the basket ball game with Pawpaw. f efficient // insulating materials ///^/^Mj // i ^^^^^^ ROCK WOOL BLANKETS FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION • FOR REMODELING More iniulation value per dollar! Encased rock wool blanket retards flow of conductive heat; the non-corrosive reflective surface of the vapor-barrier retards flow of radiant heat. In winter more heat is kept inside— more fuel is saved. In summer Celotex Reflective Rock Wool Blankets offer up to 35%' greater resistance to outdoor heat than ordinary rock wool blankets of same thickness— keep homes much cooler night and day. Eight-foot pre-cut lengths that are easily, quickly installed. J. H. PATTERSON CO. LUMBER & BUILDING MATERIAL— FUEL, PAINT & HDW. Phon* 52 — ' Franklin Grove, III. Confusion in Names Causes Church to Act LEE— As a result of recent action duung its 83rd annual business meeting, the chinch organized in 1870 as the Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran chuich has officially changed its name to the Calvary Lutheian church, RED, Lee. Tiie action was taken as a lesult of confusion arising because of many names by which the church has been known, such as the North Lee chuich, Milan chuich, South CYcston church, and others. The chuich also felt that since the majority of church members are not of Norwegian descent, the orig inal name was inappropriate. The church was oiganlzed in 1870 by a gioup of Norwegian settlers, who placed it a mile west of its piesent site, which is four miles north of Lee, or three miles west of the Milan town hall, or seven miles southeast of Oeston. A few ycar-s later a coiiKrceration, John s Lutheian church of Creston. was oiganizcd and affiliated, with the two congregations cooperating The Norwegian language serv ices wcie discontinued about years ago. The present pastor is ucv. Ainoiti k. Nelson. Pawpaw Notes PAWPAW — Guests Sundav at the Walter Scott home were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Herstcnstem and lamilv, Lansing, and Mr. and Mis. David Heniy, LaRose. Mrs. Hen ry will remain for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Georerc Kellv re turned home Saturday from their vacation in California. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wiley were luncheon guests Sunday afternoon at the Lee Brett home hcie. Mrs. Lura Bend entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of her son, Harold's, birthday. Those at tending were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bend and family, Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Carnahan and Junior, Mr. and Mis. Kenneth Carnahan and Mark, and Mis. Robert Carnahan and the Lura Bend family. Butchering Supplies Butcher Knives Sticking Knives Meat Grinders Lard Cans MASSEY'S ACE HARDWARE 88 Galena Ave. PHONE 2-0511 I HARRISON MOTOR SALES The Dixon Evening- TelceraDh — Dixon. Illinois Page 2 Tuesday, February 17, 1953 They're Top Students %' , a < » , ~ ■■< /V • .;.> ' <-?.iT MISS BETSY ROE MISS WYOXNE HEUERMAN Co-Winners of DAR Prize Named by Oregon School OREGON— Betsy Roe and Wyonne Hcuerman were cnosen to repre sent Oregon Community high school as co-winners of the Daugh ters of American Revolution citi zenship award. The girls were tied in voting by the senior class anu the faculty. The girls are nominated members of the senior class, each member voting for three girls and then the faculty votes on the three girls who received the most stu dent votes. They are chosen for dependabil ity, patriotism, service and leader ship. The dak cnaptcr oi uixon sponsoied the award in Oregon, sitnee there is no DAR chapter in this city. • There is one girl chosen from each state to represent her state in the national award. The winner 1: George L. May & Son Heating Air Conditioning Coal - Oil - Gas Furnaces FURNACE REPAIR DIAL 3-6822 — Free Estimates — 2407 W. Third St. fl/lf/jl in the low-price field! Entirety N£WfArouf6 a/nfMrottfif New Bodies by Fisher . . . new, richer, roomier interiors . . . new Powerglide" . . . new Power Steering (optional at extra cost) . . . more weight-more stability . . . largest brakes in the low-price field . . . Safety Plate Glass all around in sedans and coupes '. . . E-Z-Eye Plate Glass (optional at extra COSt). (Continuation of ilandard tquipmant and trim llhitraitd it d*p*nd*nl on availability of fnottr/ofj Tha Striking N«w 8*1 Air 2-Door Sedan • . • featuring Chevrolet's new "Blue-Flame" high-compression engine! The '53 Chevrolet offers you the most powerful performance of any low-priced car-togcthcr with extraordinary new economy-with an entirely new 115-h.p. "Blue-Flame" Valvc-in-Head engine, coupled with a new Powcrglidc automatic transmission.* It's the most powerful engine in its field-with an extra-high compression ratio of 7.5 to 1! Come in . . . sec and drive this dynamic new pacemaker of low-priced cars with all its many wonderful advancements. Advanced High-Compression "Thrift-King" Valve-fn-Hood Engino Chevrolet also offers an advanced 108-h.p. "Thrift-King" engine in gearshift models, brings you blazing new performance and even greater economy. 'Combination of Powerglide automatic transmission and US-h.p. "Blue-Flame" engine optional on "Two-Ten" and Bel Air models at extra cost. MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR I national competition receives $100 maturity value bond. Miss Roe, 17, is the daughter o£ Mr. and Mis. Morns Roe of For- leston, foimer Oicgon lesidents. Her father is Ogle county coioner. Miss Roe is the editor of Little Blackhawk, the school annual; vice president of Girls Athletic assi tion and Latin club; member of Library club; plays in the band, and is an honor student. Miss Heuerman, 17, is the daughter of Mr. and Mis. Ailt Heuer man. She is business manager of the Little Blackhawk; on the staff of the school newspaper, Wings; president of the Dramatic club; badminton sporthead of Girls Athletic association, and member of Girls chorus and mixed chorus. Miss Heueiman attended Girls State last June 24-July 2, sponsored by Oregon American Legion auxiliary. She woiks part-time at Piz- gly Wiggly store as checker. Both girls plan to attend college after graduation. Miss Roe plans to enter University of Illinois and Miss Heuerman Northern Illinois State Teachers college at DeKalb. Sociologist Will Speak at Oregon OREGON — "Juvenile Delinquen cy" will be subject of a talk given by Dr. Clifford. R. Shaw, head of department of sociological research in the Institute of Juvenile Research, a division of Illinois State Department of Welfare, on Thursday at Oregon grade school ,-m at 8 p m. His appearance here is spon-ii ed by the Lions club. • Compact 0 Economical Mayor Walsh, 3 Councilmen Are Candidates AMBOY— Six city officers, eluding Mayor John P. Walsh, have filed for reelection in the city balloting to be held April 21, it was announced today. Besides Walsh, other incumbents filing nomination petitions are City Treasurer Ray Price, City Clerk Harold Carroll and Aldermen John Liggett, first ward, and Harold Lawler anu Frank OUtsngheim, both second ward. Deadline for filing for the city race is March 3. Mrs. Genevieve Thompson and A. H. Meyers have entered their nomination petitions for the town-ship election, to be held April 7. Mrs. Thompson is seeking office of town clerk and Meyers filed for constable. Earlier, petitions were filed by Leonard White for school trustee and T. W. Blester Xor assessor. Book oil Lincoln Reviewed at Meet Of Ohio Group OHIO — The February meeting of the Sodality was held at Immaculate Conception church Thursday evening. A valentine motif was carried out in the decorations. Mrs. Bernard Warkins, prefect, conducted the business meeting, after which Miss Esther Hicky reviewed the book, "Abraham Lincoln," by Williams. The social committee in charge inciuuea Airs. Everett ^Johnson, chairman; Mrs. Edward Loan. Mrs. Frank Dagne, Mrs. Lyle For-istall, and Miss Esther Hickey. The Sodality will serve breakfasts to the children at the church hall during Lent. Ash ton Pastor Lists Series of Lenten Services ASHTON— The Rev. Orville Kalkwarf, pastor of St. John's Lutheran church, announces a series of len- ten services starting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. His services will be on "The Little People of the Passion." The order of sermons follows: Feb. 18 — (Holy communion). 'The Man Who Lost An Ear." Feb. 25 — "The Man who Was Known to the High Priest." March 4 — "The Woman Who Dreamed About -Jesus." March 11 — "The Man Who Was The Choice of the People." March 18 — "The Man Who Bore The Cross for Jesus." March 25 - "The Women Who Wept Over Jesus." April 1 (Holy communion). "The Man Who Saw Jesus Die." ENTERS HOSPITAL OHIO — Pfc. Donald Branden burg returned to the hospital at Kort Knox, Ky., Sunday. Mrs. Brandenburg and Janet returned to their home here after spending a month in Walnut with his par ents. All Purpose Building Cattle Sheds, Machine Sheds, Barns and Corn Cribs. Also Hog Houses, Grain Bins, Laying Houses, Cottages, Garages. For Complete Prices and Description Contact EDWARD I. SHlPPERT 1123 W. THIRD ST. DIXON, ILLINOIS Phone 4-2231 Area Roundup Freeport Council Refuses^ Action on Daylight Vote FREEPORT— The city council refused to take action Monday night on a petition asking for a referendum on abolishing » daylight saving time heie. The aldermen asked that an ordi nance be drawn up stating that the council will not take any action on a referendum petition unless the petition bears signatures of at least 25 per cent of voters in the last general election. The petition, asking for the daylight time referendum, carried 849 signatures. Several aldermen de clared it must have more than 3,-000 before the council is required to consider it. ROCKFORD— Del Hilvers, 48. a registered Democrat, filed as an independent candidate for mayor Monday afternoon to bring mayoral office seekers in the April 7 city election to three. William H. Day was nominated as the Republican candidate for mayor last week, while Milton LundsUom was chosen as the Peo ple's Coalition candidate several weeks ago. Mayor C. Henry Bloom is not seeking reelection. FREEPORT— A Freeport man who prided himself in buying his Awards Presented As Scouts Hold Parents' Night , OREGON — David Myers was given awaid of first class scout at the parents night dinner observing uoy scout week at the Methodist church Thursday night. The boys who leceived second class awards were: Robert Scibert, Brian Doyle, Harry Fletcher, Michael Henderson, Wayne Hughes, Robert Martin, Alan Lewison, Skipper Reed, and Pete Johnson. Tenderfoot awards were given to Daryl Stemhagen, .Steven Curtis and David Markel. Oregon Boy Scout Troop 81 was organized March 10, 1952, with Alelvin Pnller as scoutmaster and William Hooks and Morne Cann as assistants. They meet each Monday night at the Oregon Methodist church. Ohio Notes OHIO — Mrs. Gladvs Dunsworfh of Macomb is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Charles Vail and family. Mrs. Zelma Kerr and Mrs Mar. lan Hannan left Saturday to spend a week with the former's son. Major Ted Kerr and family at Omaha. The Eton Eight bridge club met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Elvera Webb at Wyanet. Mrs. Maud Gorman, Mrs. Doro- uiy Walter, and Mrs. Margaret Keen won scoie favors. Mr. and Mrs. Rav Hoffman and Douglas spent Sundav with his siter. Mrs. Charles Miller and family at Decatur. Mrs. Carl Morgenscn and Ted and Mr. and Mrs. B. Seidcrt and family, all of McNabb. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Morgcnsen Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ethridge and Sharon, Peoria, spent the weekend with relatives here and at Sterling. Mr. and Mrs. Paul VanCleavc of Depue «-ere guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ethridge Saturday. F, X. Newcomer & Go. INSURANCE BONDS REAL ESTATE LOANS Phone 4-1 (521 Dixon, m DO YOU KNOW? Anyone can now own a Remington Rand adding machine, typewriter or cash register? We are now in a position to offer you convenient terms — as low as $19.92 down, $6.07 per month. Trade-ins gladly accepted as, down payments. All our machines carry a 12 month unconditional guarantee. Don't lose money by keeping inaccurate records. It's much better to be right than sorry. Save yourself hours and hours of drudgery. SEE US NOW — TODAY GEHANT a„d DICKINSON "TAt Off/ee Men's Dtporfmtnf Start" 74 GALENA AVI, PHONE 4-0021 tombstone while still alive and kept it on the poich of his home to show to friends, died Monday in St. Francis hospital. John Knott, 83, was admitted to the hopsital Saturday after apparently suffering a stroke. He had purchased the tombstone many years ago. He had no close relatives. Social Clubs, Church Groups Plan Activities POLO— Activities this week of., church groups and social club* were announced today. Wednesday is Ash Wednesday and the beginning of the Lenten season. Mass at St. Mary's church will be held at 7 o'clock, followed by distribution of ashes. At 7:30 in the evening there will be rosary, sermon and benediction and also distribution -of ashes. Mass each week day except Saturday during Lent will be at 7, and on Saturday at 8:30. Each Wednesday evening at 7:30 there will be rosaiy, sermon and bene» diction, and each Friday evening at 7:30 there will be stations of the cross and benediction. The union Lenten service will be held Sunday at 7:30 at the Church of the Brethren, with the. Rev. lia Wilson of the Emmanuel E. U. B. church as guest speaker. The theme will be "The Joy of Finding." The Would Be Tourist club will meet Wednesday at the home of Mrs. E. M. Clinton. Miss Lillian Poole will present the program. " The Wednesday cliib will meet Feb. 18 at the home of Mrs. Alva Wihngham. Roll call will be "One Way I Use My Favorite Fruit." Mrs. C. C. Rademaker will present the program. "How Fruit Came to America." Churches Unite For Services ASHTON — Tho -Pr»cw Evangelical nnrf \T-f>,^,«! churches of Ashton and Washing- luu uimrcn ana rne Keynolds U. B. church will join for World Dav Of Prnvor t»„,^, -* .u- Reynolds church Friday, 2 p.m. This year's theme is "Walk As Children of Light." CHURCH TLANS EVENT OHIO - The Men's class of th« Methodist church will sponsor "family night" at the church Thursday, Feb. 26. There is to be covcrea-aish supper followed by a program. The Rev. Warren C. Long, Tiskilwa, will talk and show pictures of his trip to Europe and the Holy Land. *i «, ^ncni wneincr ne has a virus, infection or the flu, it's safer not to answer until you know which one he would prefer, says Doc Smithers. © mia Portable Convenient DIXON. ILLINOIS N. ARCHIVE* \l U SV \ \>\ rRRI ■ : : FWSPAPFR

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