Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 18, 1955 · Page 5
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 5

Dixon, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 18, 1955
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80th Birthday Of Mrs. Kump To Be Honored 3IKS. KUMP Mrs. Bert Kump. Franklin Gi v.ill observe her 80th birthday Sunday. May 22, with an open house from 2 until 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. in her home. She was born in Franklin county. Pennsylvania, and came to this part of the country about the turn of the century. The majority of this time has been epent around Franklin Grove. The birthdav honoree is the moth er of seven children : Walter Kump and Mrs. George Fruit. Franklin GrOve; Mrs. Gilbert Malcomson, Rockford; Mrs. Olaf Bergren. Min neapolis, Minn.; Mrs. Carl Ohms, Sterling; Mrs. Ryan Desbadis. Beardslev. Minn., and Russell Kump, Fulton. She has seven grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Mrs. Kump is the widow of Bert Kump who died, five years ago. Social Calendar Tonight • Wa-Tan-Ye dinner meeting. Dix on Countrv club. 6:30 o'clock. •Licensed Practical Nurses' asso-tiation of Illinois. Division 3. Unit 1, Dixon State school. 7:30 o'clock. Mothers' Study club, dinner party, home of Mrs. Robert Riggs, 6:30 o'clock. '*■' Dixon chapter DeMolay, Masonic Temple. 7:30 o'clock. ■ Green River Farmers' club. Paul Boehle home, Amboy. 8 o'clock. First year Great Books group. Loveland Community house. 8 o'clock. Recovery meeting, 1318 First St. 7:30 o'clock. Thursday St. Luke's Couples' club guest night— scramble dinner. 6:30 o'clock. Guild hall. 'Hazelwood PTA at school. 8 p. m. Country club women to golf. 2 p. m. Mothers' council Grace EUB church, home of Mrs. Arthur White. 8 p. m. Circle I. First Baptist church, home of Mrs. John Miller, Nachusa. All day meeting. Nachusa Teachers' Reading Circle banquet. Landmark. 6:30 o'clock. Bethel WMS home of Mrs. Franklin Forman, Jr. 7:30 p. m. Combined meetings of WSCS and all circles of Methodist church, breakfast at church 9 a. m. After noon circles meet after breakfast; evening circles: Susana with Mrs. Eugene Krahenbuhl and Joanna. Mrs. George Holland. Both at 7:30 p. m. JOB PRINTING STATIONERY NOTES for IUSINESSMEN: How to Profit from Look at yonr letterhead. Does its appearance speak well of you? Is it clean and neat? Does it contain all the necessarr information? Does it sell? Call as today and have our skilled men show yon how to profit. poena* OISKAV* B.F. SHAW Printing Co. Phone 8-1811 — 3-1821 krRR CHIVE SOCIETY NEWS The Dixon Evening Telegraph — Dixon, Illinois Newlyweds Will Have First Home In Kansas City AMBOY — Residing in Kansas City are Mr. and Mrs. John Louis Bach who were wed in St. Patrick's church, Amboy. Mrs. Bach is the former Beverly Jo Anne Near, daughter of the Kenneth Nears, Amboy. The bridegroom is a son of Jacob Bach, Amboy. White mums and fern were used in decorating: for the late April wedding. Rev. R. C. Troy officiated at the morning double ring ceremony. Sister Mary Hilary was nup tial organist and Richard Monia- on, soloist, selections included Ave Maria," "On This Day Oh Beautiful Mother" and "O Lord I Am Not Worthy." n marriage by her father. the bride was lovely in a gown of •lute. The dress was designed with lace over satin 'bodice that had long sleeves of Chantilly lace pointed at the wrist, and a low sweetheart necklme. The skirt of ulle panels, edged with Chantilly lace, formed a short train. Pearls Are Gift The bride's waist length veil of illusion net was held by a head- white iridescent sequins and seed pearls. Sne carried out the tradition of something old. new borrowed and blue. Her pearls were a gift of the bridegroom and she carried a cascade bouquet of white Japanese iris and English Miss Shirlev Parthun, Gary, Ind. as maid of honor, wore blue. Her frock had a crystallete bodice a short jacket. The tulle skirt was graced with a crystallette fishtail j in the back. She wore a pearl choker, gift from the bride, and carried a colonial bouquet of white mums and English ivy. Her headpiece was of hyacinth buds. Bridesmaid, Miss Mary Ellen Long, Amboy, and junior bridesmaid, Miss Sharon Carlson, Oregon, wore ensembles similar to the maid of honor. Miss Long was in pink and Miss Carlson in pale yel- Gilbert Goy, Sublette, served as best man and the ushers were Kenneth Miller, Amboy, and Duane Near, Amboy, brother of the bride. The bride's mother wore a navy crepe dress with pink linen jacket and pink and navy accessories. Her corsage was of white gladioli and hyacinths. Reception reception was held in St. Pat 's hall immediately following ceremony. Shirley Nauman ed the cake, assisted by Delores Haley; Judy Young poured coffee; Monica Morrissey served the punch: Marilyn McCaffrey had charge of the guest book and Joyce Nauman and Colleen Kellen, the gifts. Mesdames Joseph Nau- Lester Kellen and Frank Mc Caffrey assisted in the kitchen. Barbara North, Judi North and Cathy Shannon assisted serving. Mesdames- Earl Sonder- groth and Ralph Ruckman had charge of the reception. When the newlyweds departed SEE OUR LINE OF GREETING CARDS COOK'S FLOWER & GIFTS Second Floor WHITE for Graduation . . . and Bowman's have it in all heels . . . from petite little flatties to wispy high heels! Glamour Deb White Middie Pump with the, popular Flat Heel st only $6.95 4 J) L'fe Stride ^BH^^^^ Whit? Kid Sweater Pump in the new ^-•^t' Illusion Heel at only Medium and Lower Heels not illustrated, but you ruav be sure BOWMAN'S Charge /Account* Invited oama/ci 121 Fint Street — Dixon, Illinois OPIN SATURDAY NIGHT TILL ? P. M. bers are asked to bring their fav orite recipe. WHITE TEMPLE CLUB The White Temple Community club will have a picnic at 12:30 o'clock Sunday. May 22, in Loweil ■park. Those attending are asked to bring a dish to pass and their own plates. In case of rain the picnic wi held in the school. RECOVERY MEETING There will be a Recovery meet ing at 7:30 o'clock tonight at 131S First st. NACHUSA TEACHERS e annual banquet of the Na chusa Teachers' Reading circle ill be held Thursday evening, tav 19. at 6:30 o'clock, in the Landmark. Grand Detour. Wednesday, May 18, 1955 Beverly Near and John Bach Wed in Amboy WHEN BEVERLY NEAR AND JOHN BACH bridal nartv. Front row, from left to right groom, Gilbert Goy and Mary Ellen Long. Nachusa-Unit Twelve members answered roll call when the Nachusa unit of Home Bureau met recently in the home of Mrs. Hagen. "Clothes for the Homemaker." the major lesson, was given by Kathryn John- The health lesson was by Mrs. Haitie Meyer and the legislative by- Mrs. Eva Weidman. A social hour followed the meet-ng. FIRST YEAR GREAT BOOKS The First year Great Books dis cussion group will meet at 8 o'clock ht in Loveland Commu nity House. Gareld Reeder and Roger Thompson will be leaders. The selection will be Federalist and The Federal Con- for a wedding trip to the southern states the bride donned a pink linen suit with , navy accessories and a corsage of white Japanese iris. Their address in Kansas City- is 2006 West 36th Ave., Kansas City 3, Kansas. A 1954 graduate of Amboy high school, the bride waa formerly employed at the Kroger store, Amboy. A 1949 Amboy graduate, the bridegroom is attending Central Technical Institute, Kansas City. Attend Wedding Among the out-of-towners attending the wedding were guests from Gary. Ind., and Dixon, Rock Falls. Mendota, Earlville, Savanna' and Freeport, 111. >d in Ambov the above Die STONY POINT PICNIC The Stony Point school picnic will be held Sunday, May 22. in Lowell Park. Everyone is asked to bring In c plac table service and two dishes to pass for the 12 o'clock dinner. All children attending must be panied by their parents. e of r; a the evei 1 tile school. ST. AGNES GUILD St. Agnes Guild will meet at 2:30 .m. Fridav in the home of Mrs. Fred King. Institute Blvd. Mem :tured were in their n ParUnn Shirlev Parthun. the bride and bride- Se'cond row, Rev. R. C-. Troy, Duane Near, Kenneth Miller. Wed 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. Jolin .F. Johnson, 822 West' Ohio st., Chicago, will celebrate their golden wedding ?.n- sary with an open house sun- day. May 22. in the Austin Masonic Temple, "241 North Central av.. Chi cago. Hours ot the open nouse are 2 until 6 p.m. s. Johnson is the former Cora Joynt. daughter of the late William Joynt sr., Dixon. DIXIE GIRLS 4-H e Dixie Girls 4-H club will meet at 1:30 p.m. Saturday. May in Loveland Community House. enrollment cards must be this time. Every member is urged to attend. Hallmark Graduation Cards Gift Suggestions To Please the Graduate • School Memory Scrapbook • Parker and Esterbrook pen and pencil sets • Parker Jotter pens • College dictionaries HESS BOOK STORE 107 Galena Avenue 24-HOUR Photo Finishing Service King Size Album Style EDWARDS 111 First St. Dixon, III. Lanolin Plus Liquid For New Skin Beauty-Overnight Apply a few drops of penetrating Lanolin Plus Liquid to your skin before retiring and tissue away the excess. When you awaken tomorrow morning and see and feel your skin, you will believe that an angel had touched your face with a magic wand while you slept. All skin dryness will be gone and you a find your dry sum ornes \< .... »' <•.:&., I »• i nil be over as long as you continue to use Lanolin Plus Liquid. Make-up will go on oh. so much more smoothly too ! However, nothing could be more convincing to you than one trial of Lanolin Plus Liquid. Do try it tonight. SI plus tax wherever cosmetics are sold. Remember, there is only one genuine LANOUN PLUS! LIQUID Q-— 5 Page 5 Plan Rural Youth Rally Night For Thursday, May 19 culmination of the Rural Youth Month campaign for new members will be in the Rally Night to be held at the Farm Bureau building, Amboy. at 8 o'clock Thursday, May 19. The publicity committee handling the drive was headed by Melvin Heckman, Dixon, with the assistance of Betty Ik ens, Amboy. and Brian Stouffer, Dixon. Throughout the month They have made posters, written newspaper articles, talked with high school seniors and planned for the Rally Night. All vour.g people, rural and ur ban, in Lee County, between the ages of 16 and 29 are invited to at tend and become acquainted witr •ganization. Many interesting ;ts are carried on throughout ear by the group, sxicn i sports contests with other counti nd having speakers on topics i-hich appeal to the group. Thi Rural Youth sponsors momhl; square dances, on the fourth Sat urday of each month, besid' in? regular monthlv meetings, the third Thursday of each month. The program for Rally Night will include a mixer, group singing led by Dick Lohse. introduction of officers and a short business meeting, followed by a social hour with both folk and social dancing also refreshments. % BAPTIST CIRCLE I Circle I of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday, May 19. in the home of Mrs. John Miller, Nachusa. This will be an all day meeting with a. scramble dinner at noon and regular business meeting in the afternoon. The group will make cancer dressings. J233D33EE33 Paly $150 Wetkly ■■■.!. .fgj ' rr WUUITZfR ORGANS Com* In today Phont 2-7861 MILLER MUSIC STORE 101 Peoria Ave. — Dixon Working Girls to Golf Tuesdays at Plum Hollow Opening: festivitieB for the Working Girls' Golf Association of Plum-Hollow featured a "Tee Off" banquet Tuesday evening: at the club. Following: dinner. Miss Donna Sireibich, president, in charge of the short business meeting, explained the > 1 — ■ t association and the rules of play to the 45 linkswomen present. Other 1955 officer* include Mary Billeter. vice president; Dorothy Andrews, secretary, and Gertrude Vallin, treasurer. WGGA members golf each Tuesday afternoon following work. Buffet dinners will be served following play. Rosv Emmert and Connie Arnold are the committee for next Tues- y's regular golf. Troop 26 Members of Girl Scout Troop 26. Lincoln school, will enjoy a family night and annual court of awards Friday,. May 20. in the west club-room downstairs, Loveland Community House. The evening will begin with, a 6:30 o'clock scramble supper. Special guests will be : Rev. Paul H. Lechner. and Mr3. Lechner, Mrs. Virgil Wasson. Mrs. John Rolfe. Mrs. Lloyd Black and Miss Cornelia Conibear. Leaders of the troop are Mrs. Norman W. Dietrich and Mrs. Ivan Floto. PAST NOBLE GRANDS The scramble supper and meet ing planned for Thursday evening by the Past Noble Grands club has been postponed until Thursday, June 2. because of the funeral of Mrs. Nellie Grover. CARD PARTY May l?th— 8:00 p. m. At ST. ANNE'S HALL At Dorothy Chapter { Dorothy Chapter, Order of the. Eastern Star, will observe Ad»; ance Officers Night. Friday eve-dng. May 20, in the Dixon Masonic- Temple, at 8 o'clock. Advancing Officers of Dorothy Chapter are: Mrs. Nadine Stein, Vernon Stein. Jean Brown, ana Mrs. Lillian Lewis. The Associate Matrons and Associate Patrons of Rock River Valley will be guest officers for the evening. 4-H Ca barger s WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR New Summer DRESSES Hundreds 898t.l798 5 to 15 8 to 20 12^ to 24^4 OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAY I V)}>t}>!>n»>iii>}mn»m»»»))»}M}»)»)»)}M)im>iWJjj, mp The Lee County home adviser'" office is still receiving camp res ervations for Shaw-waw-nas-se« (4-H camp) for the last week of July. All reservations plus the seven dollar registration fee, must be in the office by May 20. or May 25 at the latest. Any 4-Her needing registration slips or additional information may contact the home adviser's office. Amboy, or Miss Catherine Hockman, Na- OAK FOREST PTA The Oak Forest PTA will have a scramble supper at 7:30 o'clock •Friday. May 20, in the school. BACKACHES? Get CONFORMAL SHOE» Molded to Your Individual Arches Todaj ERZINGER'S ■i i left: Floral-printed lawn features its own bouffant net petticoat ond a latticed neckline threaded with grosgroin ribbon, low neck it scooped front and back. With blue, avocado. green or rose predominating on white, sizes 10 to 20. Right* Butterflies omong a garden of flowers form o pretty partem on sheer taw*. Huge skirt hos its own net petticoat. Deep scoop barm throat and back to the sun. tope bah pieb up dominant shade of rose or royal print, sixes 8 to 1 1. Each about S2S.M EDNA N. NATTRESS SHOP "Dixon's Fashion Center" 124 GALENA AVE. 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