Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 19, 1955 · Page 6
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Country Club Women Golfers Play Wednesday Fifteen women golfer* of the Dixon Country club enjoyed a morning of play Wednesday follow-ed bv a luncheon. Winners were: Low putts, Mrs. Holly Campbell and Mrs. John Shaulis, tie, with Mrs. Shaulis, the winner, and blind Ne Pnnnv IVlV Saturday, pe» May 21 bogey, Mrs. Paul M. Egbert .^Mrs. Hazel Tnompson ana a tie ceiween Mrs. Eugene Goddard and Mrs. John Shaulis with Mrs. Goddard, the winner. Several of the links-women remained for golf following lunch. Mesdames George Beier and Joseph Heaton were Wednesday s chairmen. BETTER CLOTIIES FOR LESS MONEY Czisp. Cool Summer DRESSES Beautiful new summer dresses that are cool, washable and a delight to wear. Choose your new dress from our extra large assortment in all size ranges. 9 to 15 10 to 20 1214 to 24 1/2 SO 95 8 to 19 95 As Illustrated $10.95 We Give and Redeem Hometown Blue Eagle Stamps OPEN FRIDAY NITE 'TIL 9 P. M. All Other Days 'til 5 p.m. DIXON BETTER CLOTHES FOR LESS MONEY Dinner Party Men of the Shepherds Sun-ay school class, Grace Evangeli-al U.B. church, entertained the ■.omen of the church with a din-ter May 12. at Maxson's Manor, Oregon. Those present included: .Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Drummond, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Emmert. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Finney. Mr. and Mis. •man E. Dietrich, Mr. and Mrs. ■k Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Wil bur Maves, Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Rme- hart, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Scho field. Mr. and Mrs". Murray Went-lir.g &nd Mesdames Ray Wuli-brandt, Harold Edous. Nelta Harm. Harrv Johnson, Jessie Hummel and Irene' Quinn. RUMMAGE SALE At ST. ANNE'S HALL SAT., MAY 21st— 9 to 12 Sponsored by St. Anne's Ladies Guild FRIDAY and SATURDAY Choke— oj— the House .... LADIES' SPRING COATS PRICE All Sizes! Juniors' - Misses' and Ladies' YOU JUST PAY ONE-HALF! Quality Coats at the Lowest Prices Eichler's Have Ever Ottered — The Storing Coat Season Is Ahead. Open Friday Nights Till 9 p.m. Closed Saturday at 5 p. m. II SDCIETY NEWS The Dixon Evening Telegraph— Dixon. Illinois Hobo Day Is Plum Hollow Tuesday Event Hobo Day w;>s en.lnyed Tuesda: afternoon by the Plum Hollow-women golfers. Winning prizes for the most appropriate costumes ,vp,-p Mesdames Klrion Mvers. Clayton Kesseliing and Cairoli Yeast. "Bungo and Bango" was the game of the day with Mrs. Yeast and Mrs. Jack Malay having a tie for high bango. the latter winning on a draw. Mrs. Joseph Villiger had low bango: Mrs. Les Higgs and Mrs. Joe Saari tied for low score with Mrs. Saari. the winner, and Mesdames Myers and Yeas; tied for low putts with Mrs. Myers the winner. Nearly 20 golfers were Mesdames Malay, Saari and Marti Scheck were chairmen of the afternoon. Golf will be played next Tuesday afternoon with tee off time, 1 REMNANTS V2 PRICE LESS 7 to 9 FRIDAY NITE OR Engaged MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM HAE MTSCH. Franklin Grove, announce the engagement of their youngest daughter. Joyce Elaine, to Kenneth E. Antoine. son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Antoine. also of Franklin Grove. Miss Haeniisch and her fiance were chosen king and queen of the Junior-Senior prom at Franklin Grove high school where thev will be May 26 graduates. Kenneth plans to attend the North- t for the wedding. Social Calendar Dixon high school class of 1935 Loveland Community House. :3n p.m. Girl Scout Troop 26. Lincoln chool, family night and annua! ourt of awards. 6:30 o'clock scramble supper, Loveland Community House. Dorothy Chapter OES in Dixon Masonic Temple. S p.m. Oak Forest PTA scramble supper in school. 7:30 p.m. St. Agnes Guild, home of Mrs. Fred King. 2:30 p.m. % Lee County chapter American War Mothers, home of Mrs. Viola Strub. 2 p.m. till Rebekah Lodge Has District Meeting Plans for May 27 held. le Belie Rebekah Lodge l regular meeting Friday ; with Xelda Knelson, noble strand, presiding. Reported as sick: Mrs. Marian Deets. Paul Harding, Mrs. .Nora Herrick, Mrs. Janna Sterling Community Hospital, Room 203. Sympathy was extended to Miss Florence Spielman, Mrs. Freda Wmgert and Mrs. Marian A communication from the president of the Rebekah State Assembly was read, asking that the lodge hold appropriate memorial services for departed members. It was also stated there would be a special merit for any member blinking in five new members or reinstatements. The president also mentioned the need for hospital gowns for the Old Folks Home, Mr;;; well scarves and asked each lodge for a Si donation for this purpose. Dixon voted to do its part. Mem bers were reminded of the picnic for the children at the Children s Home. Lincoln. June 26. Members who can attend are asked to do so. A communication stated the Northern Illinois Association of Odd Fellows and Rebekahs would be held in Galena, June 11. The noble grand gave a report of the card party held recently at the lodge. Profits were placed in the general fund. She also gave her report on the fourth semi-annual District S session of the Rebekahs in Sterling, April 29. It was voted to have the Dixon lodge entertain lodges of District 8 at the next regular meeting, Friday, May 27, with the May executive committee in charge, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Miller, Mrs. Hazel Stevens and Harold Lowe. Mrs. Priscilla Hyde, program chairman, will be in charge of the program. All officers are to be in formats. It was voted to have trustees of both lodges set a date for dedication of the new rug. The noble grand stated the Odd fin \ Big Savings on your favorite stockings Berkshire's "Get-Acquainted" SALE Fun-fashioned long-wearing Berkshire stocking beauties, with KTLACE TOP and TOE-RING, Berkshire's exclusive 2-way protection against runs! All 3izes in the exquisite new shades-Short, medium and long lengths. VNylace 15. 15 denier, SO gaug* Regular Price 1.65 Sale Price ?4.29 >3.79 VNvhct SO. 90 denier, 51 Qwuq* ■v/55 denier, SO gauge {plain or dark teen) Regular Price 1.5t Sale Price 1.19 -3.49 '15 denier, 51 gsnge (plafa. or dark seam) \/.99 denier. 51 ffauffe Regular Price 1.35 Sal* Price '4.09 -3.19 Open Friday Nite Till 9 p.m. Closed Saturday at 5 p.m. Page 6 Gamma Mu Has Installation For Officers Gamma Mu chapter. Beta Sigma Phi sorority,' met recently ir Loveland Community house. Presr dent Mrs. Tom Havden announcer the resignation of Mrs. Ed Brandt as treasurer for the coming year and Mrs. Henry J. Lohse was elected to fill the vacancy. Installation of officers took place as follows: President, Mrs. Robert Shinniek: vice president, Mrs. Joseph Rhoades: recording secretary, Mrs. Tom Bemis. corre sponding secretary. Mrs. Robert Wentling, and treasurer, Mrs. Henry J. Lohse. Mrs. Ray Price. Jr., presented a program on literature. Refreshments were served by Mesdames Jack Metcalf. Frank Schotka and Price. Fellows had set the Odd-Fellow-Rebekah picnic as Sunday, June 19, but the lodge voted to ask for another date since this would be j ^orr Father's Da v. Happy Birthday was rs. Nannie Zigler. Following the regular Mrs. Priscilla Hyde, chairman, presented Mr Ruth Biggs, who gave a reading on tne history of "Rebekah." Mrs. Betty Ferns, accompanied by Mrs. Frances Swartz at the piano, sang "Mother." Mrs. Leona Spencer gavs a reading, "Mother." This was followed by a solo by Mrs. Ferris, "You Are a Wonderful Mother to Me." Miss Gertrude Cornils closed the program with a poem, "Angels in Disguise." Refreshment Hour Refreshments were served from a tea table covered with a green crepe paper cloth and centerpiece of bridal wreath and bleeding hearts. Mrs. Vera Hughes, chair man, was assisted by Miss Mae Thoren, co-chairman; Mrs. Anna Spangler, Mrs. Ruth Lowe and Mrs. Helen Herman. In the past five years, Ameri- have bought more than twe electric appliances for each man an and child in the country. Thursday. May 19. 1955 Guest Day Event for KSB Pupils Student nurses of Katherine Shaw Bcthea School of Nursing on May 12. Hospital Day. entertained and conducted lours tinuugii dormitories, the hospital and class rooms for a group of prospective students. The following guests enjoyed the event: Shirley Hopkins, Rt. 3. Amboy; Donna Morris. Lee Center; Anita Finn. Lee Center: Marlene Johnson. Compton; Pat Bollman, Woo- sung: Donna Feary, Polo; Mary Ellen Plummer. Polo: Avis May-berrv. Woosung; La Verne Tingling, Polo: Shirley Ryan. Polo; Pat Huggins, Dixon; Marjorie Young. Dixon: Thelma Schaefer. Dixon; Mary Houden, Dixon; Helen Twitty, Dixon, and Sandra Dodd, •ned to the library : litory. Refreshmer ie. "When the girls n the east •ed from a buffet table, deco rated with lace cloth and a spring flower bouquet provided by ins Ladies' Medical auxiliary. Hostesses were Mrs. Howard Edwards Jr., and Mrs. Charles LeSage. Who's New Club Has Husbands As Party Guests Members of the Who's New club and husbands attended a scramble supper, followed by cards. Friday evening in Loveland Community House. Winners in bridge were Mrs. Harojd Wendler, Mrs. Philip Dicksenson, Mrs. D. C. Bryant, Mrs. George Vermazen. G. W. Ma-gill, D. C. Bryant. David Strieff and H. W. Byers. Canasta winners were Mrs. Cecil Benoit and Mrs. August Linders. Guests for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wendler, Mr. and Mrs. Todd Rood and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Elliott. Mesdames Harold Patton. C. D. Beyler. August Linders. Clarence Carpenter. D. C. Bryant and Robert Birk were on the venmg's comm :tee. OPEN FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. CLOSED SATURDAY AT 5 P. M. Tucked Torso, Fitted to a T ,j as seen in WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION Her* you hav* It, all that's new and young about fashion. One long , close sweep of tucks to the hips-then, whoosh, ■ full dancing skirt belling out beneath the saucy bow. Vieky Vaughn presents this beauty in Burlington Mills' Amandine, blended cotton and chromspun acetate that washes wonderfully and won't put up with wrinkles. Olive green, lavender, orange, pink, melon, blue or turquoit*, Sim 7 to IS. j paperBRCHIVE* _ N .ARCHIVE* EWSPA.P.E.R.

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