Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on March 6, 1953 · Page 9
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 9

Dixon, Illinois
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Friday, March 6, 1953
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Bus Experiment Ends Between Ogle Cities ICC to Hear Results on Wednesday MT. MORRIS— A 30-day bus experimental operation- ordered between -here and Oregon by the Illinois Commerce commission ended Thursday. Results of the operation will determine whether bus service between the two communities will continue to be provided by American^ Buslines, Inc. A hearing on the results, which will be concerned with the number of passengers carried by the bus and the efficiency of service provided during the experimental operation, will be held Wednesday before the ICC in Chicago. If the results show enough passengers used the service to make it 'worth while, the ICC is expected to deny a petition of the bus company for abandonment of the service. Mt. Morris, which previously alone has been opposing abandonment of the service, will be sup ported by Oregon officials at Wednesday's meeting, it has been learned. Meanwhile, bus company representatives have made arrange ments to continue providing bus "< service between here and Oregon past the expiration time of tne experimental operation. Talk on Polio Heard at Home Bureau Meet COMPTON— Compton Home Bu reau met recently at the nome 01 Mrs. Gerald Johnson, with Mrs. Bud Jacobs assistant hostess. Twelve members, four guests and = live children were present. The unit donated $2 to the March of Dimes. They decided to have a scramble dinner at 12:30 at the next meeting, Wednesday, March 25. A silent auction of baked goods will be held at the next meeting. The srroup also offered var ious recipes for the Lee County Home Bureau cook book. "Polio" was the subject of the 1 health lesson, given by Mrs. Gene Bradley. The major lesson "What Parents Should Know About Rheumatic Fever" was given by Mrs. Bud Jacobs and Mrs. Ralph Miller. The minor lesson, "Our Part in the United Nations," was given by Mrs.Xeo Eggers. Vote at Franklin To Be Unopposed FRANKLIN GROVE — Candidates In the April 21 village election here are unopposed. Mayor George L. Spangler and Village Clerk Earl Fish are seeking reelection. Candidates for the posts on the village board are Charles Howard, incumbent, Harry Edgington, and Wesley Herwig. All are running on a Citizen's , party ticket. HAVE YOU SEEN THE HALLICRAFTERS TV FOR '53 812 LINCOLN AVE. rilONE .4-4642 YOU MAY WIN IN CASH Towards the purchase of a new Easter outfit. Winners will he announced from stage of the Dixon Theatre The Dixon-Evenin^Telegraph— Dixon, Illinois b nday, March t>, ivod PAWPAW—The Rebekah lodge held a scramble supper recently before their regular meeting and school of instruction. Mrs. Etta Eissler, past president of Rebekah Assemblv of Illinois.' had charge of the school of instruction. All offi cers were present. hunter, Diana Bevilacqua, Jean Weber, Sandra Keller, Robert Mc Donald. Connie Todhunter, Susan Gale, Kathy Sharp, Ronald Sny der, Vincent Yazvac, Glenda Hollingsworth, Geraimne Hoiaaay ana Susan Salmon. Paivpaiv Notes PAWPAW— Mrs. Bertha Hauge recently entertained at a bridge luncheon. Present were Mrs. Lillie Gallaher, Mrs. Mattie Moore, Mrs. Grace Clemons. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Clemons and Mrs. Moore. Mrs. Frank Wiley celebrated her birthday Monday. Her daughter, Mrs. John Prentice, entertained at a dinner in her honor. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wiley, Dr. S. C. Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. John Prentice and son, Jan. Call 4-0871 for Emergency Heeling Service on Oil or Gm Burners, Stoker* and Automatio Controls < HOME HEATING CO. 835 N. Galena Ave. Dbton, 01. MM March 11. Calling All Girls From 3 to 10 Years! Four "Lucky" Local Girls will receive $25.00 in cash each, plus the chance of being "Miss Sunbeam of 1953." Elimination contest held March 11th at 9 >p. m. on Dixon Theatre stage. * Girls, your entry blank MUST be filled out and put In entry box not later than 11 p. m. Saturday, March 7th, in the lobby of Dixon Theatre. Hurry get your entry blank in now!! | We wish to enter . ENTRY BLANK (name) . (address) (date ot birth) In the Miss Sunbeam Contest for 1953. ( The ahovft Information In correct and we, hereby, give ( our consent to this entry. (Father's name) "(Mother's name) J Nelson Scouts To Hold Hike This Saturday Page 9 Pawpaw Rebekah Lodge Host To Ex-President of State Group Soil Mapping Undertaken in LaSalle County OTTAWA, 111. —m— The farm land in LaSalle County, one of the state's largest, will be mapped. The project is being undertaken by the County Farm Bureau, the soil extension' service of the Uni versity of Illinois College of Agriculture, and the LaSalle County Soil Conservation district. The work will start in May under direction of John D. Alexander of the College of Agriculture. Alexander and a crew of five men will tramp the fields, mapping the soil for its type, contour and fertility. It will require another year to assemble the data at the college, and another year for the maps to be drawn and printed tor use Dy farmers, land buyers, and others. Attendance Mark Set by Students At Nelson School NELSON— The following students of Nelson grammar school have perfect attendance for the month of February: Upper grades, Danny Todhunter, Eddie Gale, Robert Papoccia, Cecil Hunter, Gayle Sharp, Sharon Snyder, Nancy Gale, David Gall, Billy Branch, Allen Snyder, Peter Papoc cia, Nancy Hamilton and snaron Sutton. Primary grades, Patricia Tod Invitations were read from the Rock Falls lodge. They are enter taining the officers and members of District 8 on March 23 and ster ling on April 28. A card of thanks was received from Mrs. Ada Bean for remembering her on being a member for 60 years. She also sent a donation to be used ror something in the lodge room. Other cards were read from Mrs. Hulda Carter and daughter and Mrs. Charlotte Prentice for March of Dimes donation. Etta Eissler was presented with a gift from the lodge. Mrs. Iva Crowell, Rockford, past president of the Association of Rebekah Assemblies" and secretary of the Re bekah Assembly of Illinois, was a special guest. Other guests present from Dixon, Sandwich, Aurora and Earlvine. NELSON— Boy Scout Troop 111 held its regular weekly meeting Monday evening at the village hall. The full membership of 15 Scouts and their scoutmaster, Earl Genz, was present. The Explorer unit was the service patrol. Advancement requirements were studied and games enjoyed. All Scouts are reminded of the hike to be held Saturday morning. Scouts are to meet at 9 o'clock at the village hall. Following the Scout meeting a meeting of the following commit tee members was heia: Jonn uaie, Paul Timmons sr., Lavern Horner, Rollo Bunnell. Harold Fifield and Scoutmaster Earl Genz. Political Rally Tonight at Polo POLO— A political rally has been called for tonight by a group here calling itself Citizens for Good Government for Polo. Candidates on the Independent party ticket in the city election will be present. The meeting will' be held at 7:30 o'clock in the fire sta tion. ^rYSTERY MAN— Jomo Kenyatta, president of the Kenya .Atrican Union, is the mystery man of the Kenya problem that has resulted from efforts of the sceret Mau Mau to drive the white man out of the British Kenya colony. Kenyatta, pictured at the time of his arrest last October, is on trial charged with assisting the Mau Mau terror. He insists he is an enmy of the Mau Mau. He spent wto years in Moscow, but he has not been proven a communist and he does not admit to being commumst-inspirea. IL« wirepnoio; R. E. Etnyre In Race for School Vote OREGON— Robert E. Etnyre has filed his petition as a candidate for director on the uregon community high school board. Etnvre is associated with the E. D. Etnyre & Co. in Oregon. He is the seventh to file a petition for high school board on which there are three directors to oe eiectea. Others who have filed: Burton E. Haas, Dwight Price sr., Mrs. Agnes Simmons, Frank Balwahnn, John u. fumam ana Holly Guist. School election will be held Sat-urady, April 11. The^ast day for filing is March zi. Lee Center Notes LEE CENTER— Anita Finn entertained Marlene Johnson of Compton, Virginia Hahn of West Brooklyn and Donna Morris at a slumber party recently. Georee Dunseth spent the week end with his cousin, Mrs. John Day, Delavan. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Depew, Poca-hantas, Iowa, were recent visitors of the Harry Lamberts. ' LODGE TO MEET AMBOY— Friday evening Aurelia Rebekah lodire school of in struction will be conducted by Mrs. Etta Eissler, Aurora. The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. Banquets - Private Parties - Weddings RESERVATIONS Are Always Welcome at MAXSON MANOR DMA River Road EPffl N. of Oregon MODERNIZE YOUR HOME WITH Built-in Storage Units T Built-in *torag« units like thi* can be mad* of plywood or oy uung »iunoui« ~. wood cabinet* and baies, to fit any space in your horn*. Sit US SOON We'll help you plan »torog« unit* like thi* for your hom», ihow you mat* rials, froo cost oitlmatti. PLYWOOD t/4'M7e ft, Vi".2?e ft. %"39e ft J. H. PATTERSON CO, LUMBER & BUILDING MATERIAL — FUEL, PAINT * HDW. phono 52 Franklin Grove, III. Three Dixon Men Among 22 Enlistees STERLING —(Special)— Three Dixon men were among 22 recent air force and army enlistees reported today by the area recruiting station here. All are in basic training. Dixon enlistees are Eugene ir« vin McWethy, 210 Dement av.; Dale E. Anderson, 321 Morgan St., and John J. Schick, 240 Lincoln way. • They entered the air force for four years. Other four-year air force eniist-James L. Carpenter, Lawrence E. Maxwell, Richard u. Mccormick, Wilbert R. Ruck, L. D. Cas per, all of Sterling; John W. Burke, Rock Falls; Raymond Van Guiden, Norbert C. Peoples, both of Morrison; Daniel J. McKeman, Prophetstown; Arthur E. Brock- man, Rock Falls; John C. Mulli-igan, Sterling. The following have enlisted in the army for three years: Walter D. Pepper, Paul E. Ar-duini, James C. Seeley, all*of Ster ling; George H. Barnhart, William H. Arnold, both 01 kock *aus; Jerry D. Olson. ' William tsiernaiZKi, Morrison aim William A. Howard, Sterling, have enlisted in the army for four years. Woman's Club Names Slate Of Candidates MT. MORRIS *— The following were nominated as officers of the Mt. Morris Senior Woman's club to serve for the year 1953-54 : President, Mrs. " Luce Meeker; first vice president, Mrs. Ira Moore; second vice president, Mrs. Harvey Long: recording secretary, Mrs. Raymond Bates; corresponding secretary, Mrs. John Bonar; treasurer, Mrs. Warren Shook; parliamentarian, Mrs. Wilbur Johnston; director for two years, Mrs. Donald Nlman. Mrs. Niman is retiring president. Mrs. Harvey Long and Mrs. Warren Shook are up for reelection, having served for the past year. Officers are to ee eiectea ai me April meeting and take office June 1. SUNDAY BUESTS Sundav dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Deane Nussbaum were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Sharp, Nelson, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hoffman, Sterling. weeK-ena guests at their home were nieces P«ggy and Nancy uarKQOii oi k.ock Falls. ^Welcome NEW JET ACE— Smiling happily in Korea over attaining ace status is Captain Manuel Fernandez of Miami, Fla.. who shot down his 5th MIG-15 and becoming the 26th ace of the Korean-War. Photos on the right were taken from his gun camera after the "kill." At top puffs of smoke from hits are seen and at the bottom Is the MIG almost disappearing in a ball of fire. Virginia Simpson, Pawpaw, Named Delegate to Girls State PAWPAW — The American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday evening for its regular meeting. Due to the absence of the president, Mrs. Dorothy Hopkins presided. Twenty-one members were pres- v;v<vimn simnenn was selected to be" sent to Girls State. It was vniori tn sfnd S5 to the Pan-Amer ican scholarship fund, $2.50 to spending fund and S2.50 for cot tage fund at Normal. i> unc rwidPii tn hold the an nual Easter egg hunt this year with Mrs. Charieno uioson ana Mrs. Irma Krenz in-.charge, date tn onnnnnniiil intnr. It Was Vot ed to pay expenses for delegate to FatriOUC convention neiu mi cago. Mrs. Charlotte Prentice, district aison chairman, officiated at a ~r tncHnriinn with the var ious officers and chairmen making reports. Mrs. Prentice awarded prizes to the following: Mrs. Genevieve Fightmaster, M., u«ion woit«>r<« Mrs. Janie Dorsett, Mrs. Dollie Ketchum, Mrs. Gerri Burnctte, Mrs. Maude case, Mrs. Minnie Croush and Mrs. A buffet luncheon was serveu Dy Mrs. Chariene oiDson, im-a. uem. NOW Butterick Patterns at the Sewing Machine Center 105 Hennepin Ave. to a service you and your car deserve A* your new neighbor* at the green and white *lgn of Cities Service we want to do everything po**ible to give you and your car the prompt, efficient attention we know you like. That'* why we've planned a special personalized service ... a service that combine* the finest quality petroleum product* obtainable with a friendly helpfulness to make your driving more enjoyable. We're looking forward to meeting you and your friends soon ... So why not «top in and enjoy thi* new ptttonaHzed *ervice the next time you're out driving? ANDREWS CITIES SERVICE CRABTREE'S CITIES SERVICE 78 Hennepin Avenue 7th Street at Lincoln Ave. REUTER & RYAN CITIES SERVICE 402 West First St. CITIES © SERVICE PRESCOTT OIL COMPANY DISTRIBUTORS of CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS PHONE 3-1521 DIXON, ILL. vieve Fightmaster and Mrs. Charlotte Moore. The next meeting will be April 1. Menu committee includes Mrs. Dorothy Hopkins, Mrs. Letha Hopkins and Mrs. Mabel Nevins. Kiwanis Club Sees Color Film Of Utah's Parks MT. MORRIS— The colored film, Nature's Art Gallery," was the feature of this week's Kiwanls program Wednesday evening at the Pine Room of Kable Inn. This is a colored film put out by the Union Pacific railroad, showing the park system of the state of Utah. Next week, March 11, will be the annual "farmer's night" meeting. lembers of the club will pay for a rural guest. This will be held at the Grange hall. Reservations end today. " FAMILY MOVES ELDENA— Mr. and Mrs. Garret Krcgcr moved from here Monday. Last Thursday, 79 friends and neighbors gathered at the Charles Kreger home for a farewell party for the family. Oregon Has Art Exhibit Artist to Talk To Club; Shoiv Held in School OREGON— "Artists Are People. Too," will be title of a talk by Mrs. Mamey Koe, art instructor, or Stillman Valley, at the March meeting of the Oregon Woman's club to be held in the grade school Monday night. | The invocation will be given by the Rev. Jack Cotton of Foursquare Gospel church. Special music will be provided by the Methodist Men's quartet, whose members are Dr. Lloyd Wood, Frank Bolwahnn, Don Medlar and John Maxwell. The art department is in charge of this meeting, with Mrs. F. H. Anderson and Mrs. M. C. Schram- ■ as co-chairmen. Mrs. George Etnyre and Mrs. R. G. Knight are co-chairmen of the social committee, whose members are : . Mrs. B. H. Thomas, Dr. Leila Whitehead, Mrs. E. L. Pryor, Mrs. V. Wells, Mrs. August Sauer, Mrs. T. L'. Whitney, Mrs. John R. Riley, Mrs: Emma H. Kinn, Airs, joe Powell, Miss Margaret Sauer and Mrs. Richard Pfefferkorn. There will be a community art exhibit next week in the halls of the grade school buildings. These pictures will be on exhibit from Monday through Wednesday. There will be work of Oregon adults and of the grade school children on ex hibit. • This exhibit is open to the public free of charge during school hours. The exhibit will be arranged' by Harry Nurmet, assisted by Mrs. F. H. Anderson, Mrs. M. C. Schramer, Miss Margaret Sauer and Miss Flo Finkboner. Greatest single electric power-producer in" the world is Grand Coulee dam. . , "DON'T MISS IT!" 2 PAIR SHOE SALE FOR ALL THE FAMILY , R. & Si SHOE STORE • [DEPARTMENT 'STORE IV FINAL CLEARANCE GLEN RAVEN NYLOHS S8C WOMEN'S BLOUSES -SKIRTS 50' -T WOMEN'S LARGE SIZE ^ $2? 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