Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 19, 1955 · Page 7
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 7

Dixon, Illinois
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Thursday, May 19, 1955
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Ruth Feary In White to Wed LeRoy Deneau N OREGON— Residing: in Oregon ■ re newlvweds. Mr. and Mrs. Le- Rov C. Deneau whose wedding took nlace in St. Mary s Church. Ore- con. Mrs. Deneau is the former Ruth Marie Feary. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Feary. Rt. 3, Oregon. The bridegroom is a sor of Mrs. Marlouise Deneau, Wichita Kansas. White slipper satin fashioned the c own Worn bv the Apru oriae. im dress had a long fitted torso with » low draped neckline and a bout- fant skirt of wide, shirred net tiers which fell into a snon tr fingertip veil of French illusion fell matching satin gauntlets. She cai ried red rosebuds and white ga: denias atop a prayerbook, a gi from the bridegroom. As matron o! honor, Mrs. Gerald Deneau. Witchita. Kansas, ballerina frock of melon taffeta with matching bolero and hat. Her bouauet was of blue iris. Gerald Deneau served his broth er as best man and Donald Feary and Marion Moore ushered Afiss Donna Lamm, Mt. Morris, was nuptial organist and William Diven. Oregon, soloist. The bride's mother wore a navy mint dress with navy hat. The bridegroom's mother wore a light blue suit with matching hat. They both wore corsages of pink buds. At Grange Hall A reception was held in Black-hawk Grange hall, following the ceremony. Decorations were in vellow and pale green. Lois Feary. sister of the bride, served the cake, and Rebecca Camplain and Beverly Pumfrey assisted at the refreshment table. Mrs. Donald Feary and Mrs. Fred Hagerman were" in charge of the gifts. When the newlvweds departed for their honeymoon the bride donned a fitted, tweed suit with pink and black accessories and a cor- »age of white gardenias and pink rosebuds. The bride is employed by the Ganymede restaurant, Oregon, and her bridegroom is an employee of the Graphic Arts Express' co., Oregon. Prize Winner James E. Ambrose, son of Mrs. Ella Ambrose. 519 Squires av., has been awarded first prize in the Earl competition at the University of Illinois. The prizes in architectural engineering are given on the basis of scholastic excellence in all structural courses given in the department of architecture at the University. Ambrose received his award, ?200, at the annual banquet May 3. The former Dixonite will graduate this June from the 'school of Architectural Engineering, Univer-aity of Illinois. The Unitarian Fellowship and Sunday school enjoyed a breakfast Sundav morning at cne i^azy susan. Over 25 were present. Following "breakfast the group visuea tne White Fines State Park. Wesleyan Group Has Mrs. Hughes As Guest Speaker Eighty-nine members and guests were present when the Wesleyan Society met in the Methodist Church for a recent scramble sup per. The Sunday School orchestra, under the direction of Randall Warfel. were guests of the society and played several numbers before the supper. Centerpieces on the tables May baskets of pink, green and yellow crepe paper, filled bridal wreath and tulips, other decorations being pink candles. Rev. and Mrs. Sidney Bloomquist were in charge of the supper and program. With the Sunday School orchestra furnishing the ac companiment members sang sev- ins. Rev. Bloomouist pre sented the devotional thoughts after which he closed with prayer. Mrs. Bloomquist presented Mrs. . H. Hughes, Amboy, who talked ti Haiti, where she had visited her brother and his family. She life. rearing an orchid linen dress, with white embroidery, which had been made by a lady she met while on her 'visit. Mrs. Hughes left here last July, going to Miami, then flying to Haiti. 750 miles. Her colorful slides showed the country, harvest fields, natives and life in general, as well as the beautiful home of her family and their home Mrs. Casper Blimling, president, presided during the business meeting. She appointed the nominating committee to secure new officers for the coming year: Mrs. Herbert Schumacher, chairman; Leon Garrison and Mrs. Jo VanMeter. Mrs. Blimling called on the chairman for the next meeting, Mrs. Lester Spencer, who stated this would be in the form of a picnic, with other details to be announced later. Rev. Bloomquist spoke briefly on the church campaign now in progress to secure the pledges for the coming year and ask the co-, operation of all present. The committee for the evening was Rev. and Mrs. Sidney Bloom quist, Mrs. John Wadsworth, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. FeUt, Mrs. Floy Hollenbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leeper, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Drummond and Mrs. Lester fapencer assisting. AMERICAN WAR MOTHERS The Lee County chapter of American War Mothers will meet Friday in the home Mrs. Viola Strub. RED BRICK CLUB The Red Brick Community club will have its annual picnic at 12:30 o'clock Sundav, May 22, m LKDweii park. In case of rain the will be held i the school. Wed in Oregon Church f^q p| TTFTY NEWS WHEV THE LEROY C. DEKEAUS were wed in Oregon, they w< attended by Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Deneau. Wichita, Kansas. White Shrine HearsSupreme Session News Corinthian Shrine No. 40, Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, held a stated meeting recently in the Dixon Masonic Temple. Installing officers and committee members who had helped at the installation were honored guests. A renort of the 61st Sunrpm» Shrine Session in Kansas City was s;iven by Eleanor Smith, Falls. Worthy High Priestes oort of the installation of Supreme Officers was given by Ruth Ram- !V. Dixon. Noble Prophetess. The altar was draped in memory of Mrs. Wayne Bates, FranKiin Members reported ill were: Edith Eliott, Oregon; Harold Hal- •erson, Mt. Morns; Uoyd uewis. Dixon; Olive Ortgiesen. rteison, id Walter Preston, Dixon. Soloist for the evening was Fran-; >s Dipple. Pro tern officers serv-s- were Robbie Watters, Lucille Peacock and Ruth Crawford. as announced Mrs. warnei Beam would celebrate ner s»m birthday, Sunday. May 15. Supreme Shrine News Members attending the Supreme Shrine in Kansas City the week of May 1 were as follows: Eleanor Smith, Rock Falls, Mazie Hoberg, Ruth Ramsey, Frances Swartz. Gertrude Youngman. Carrie and Glen Coe. Dixon, and Reka Myers. Rock Falls. The Shrine received several Supreme Appointments, those being: Eleanor Smith, Supreme Page; Carroll Boston. Su- By Home Adviser Recently we spent a lot of me cleaning up the oitice ana filing material on everything irom child care to freezing foods. We have a great deal of free literature and information that is available to anyone who will take the time to visit our counter here in Home Bureau Office. There is someone in the office to neip you from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. every week day and Saturday until noon. June Pilgrim, Lee County home adviser preme King's Attendant; Robbie Watters, member of Supreme Material Objective Comm. Dist. No. 9 and Jean DeWerff, member of Supreme Obituary committee. Following the meeting a program was presented by the program committee. Those responsible for the fine entertainment were Flo St.it- zel. Nelson, chairman also Carrie Root and Mary Bruce, Dixon. Pr •nting the humorous radio skit ■ere Irene and Dan Fierheller, Polo, and Louise Peacock, Dixon. Several readings were also given by Irene Fierheller. Refreshments were served trom tables- beautifully decorated in spring colors and featuring large May poles with colorful streameis. Chairman and co-chairman of the dining room were Frances Patrick and Frances Schrock, both of Dux- Next stated meeting will be June 10, at which time the Past Officers will fill the stations. Arminnie Boston. Past Worthv High Priestess, ill be Guest Worthy Hign .Priest ess for the evening. The Dixon Evening Telegraph— Dixon, Illinois St. Paul's Has Mother, Daughter Banquet, Program This year's Mother, Daughter banquet" of St. Paul's Lutheran church, the 20th annual, was held Mav 12. under the sponsorship of the Grace Cooper Walter Mission ary Society. Purple ins; wmte spi- and minmature ireuises. ihe tables, were used in decc lions. The nice event was attended by 242. Ladies of the Immanuel Lutheran unurcn prepared ana rved the dinner. Mrs. Edward Bollman was toastmistress: -Mrs. L. W. Walter gave invocation; Miss Rosbrook led group singing with Marjorie Johnson providing piano accomp- ent; Carol buck.hoo gave uie to the mothers and Mrs. bid-Buckaloo, the toast to the daughters; musical numbers were presented by The Barbarettes, rai- icia Sollis, Alcna i^acour, jMeaiiui icholl and Helen Fox; Mrs. Dan Fierheller, presented the plays 'Magnolia's Magic" and "The Ma->ic Flower" also a group of poems and Shirley Ludy played a flute solo accompanied by Lucretia Ludy. Mesdames Kenneth Gross, opener Johnson and E. Bollman were n the banmiet menu committee; ■esdames William Wickey, Ralph ;ross, Arthur Hoban. M. B> nd Charles Ports, decorating. .tesdames Harlan Benson, Harold Meurer, Harold Janssen and Miss Clara Koerper, the program. METHODIST YOUTH GROUPS The combined Youth Fellowships of the Methodist church will sponsor an ice cream social Saturday evening, May 21, from 7 until 9 clock on the church lawn. Pro ceeds will be used toward the all-conference youth camp fund. EASY MODERN METHOD Come in today Phone 2-7861 MILLER MUSIC STORE 101 Peoria Ave. — - Dixon Thursday, May 19, 1955 Jay-C-Ettes Plan Saturday Dance, Party at Plum Hollow A Sidewalk Cafe theme will be used by the Jay-C-Ettes in decorating for their dance Saturday ening, May 21, at the Plum Hol low golf club. The dance for mem bers and their guests, is the final social event of the season for the Jay-C-Ettes. Dance time is from 9:30 until 12:30 o'clock with a lunch served iate in the evening. There will also be entertainment. Mrs. Dean Harrison is chairman of the party and is being assisted by Mesdames George Swanson. Robert Shinnick, Jack Lichtenheld, Jack Metcalf. Ray Price Jr., Tom Havden and Jay Buchner. in Class of '36 The Dixon high school class of 1936 will meet at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Mav 20, in Loveland Community House. All class members an asked to be present as final plan: will be made for the class reunion spunSeon's THE yHRlFTJ aium OVER Visit Mellotts Mrs. J. M. Teskoski and sons, Jimmie and Johnnie, Indianapolis. Ind., arrived in Dixon Wednesday evening to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Mellott, 807 East Fellows St., while Mr. Teskoski attends the meeting of Minneap olis-Honeywell Commercial Man- j agers in,.Chicago. Mrs. Teskoski, the former Glenyce Ellyn Mellott, was formerly kitchen planning director for the Illinois Northern Utility Co., Dixon, and her husband was associated with the gas department of the INU Co. Joe is now commercial manager of the Minneapolis-Honeywell Co. for the state of In- Teskoski will arrive in Dixon Saturday and accompanied by his family will return to inaianapou tooo o»lssts Nylons! Cottons! Rayons! Dacrons! By Leading Manufacturers— many made to sell at twict _i i — our price! 3 J Page 7 Young Mothers When members of the Young Mothers' club met recently in the home of Mrs. Charlotte Fries, they heard Rev. Malcolm Ludy. "Youth and the Church," was Rev. Ludy's topic. Mrs. Richard Utz gave the health report. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Kenneth Nelson, chairman"; Mrs. Harry Fritz, Mrs. Ronald Potter. Mrs. Frank Randall and Mrs. Edward Mann. Mrs. Fries presided. The club's next meeting, May 25, vr.ll be with Mr?, w. T. Wallace, 808 North Galena Ave. Students — Past & Present Bring Your Friends to Our Annual DANCING PARTY ELKS CLUB TUESDAY, MAY 24th 8:00 p. m. Donation for expenses S1.00 Butler Dance Studio mmnm 98 C98 _ _ — = ^„„— f |< ^3 OTHERS TO 9.79) /) j lHlliL For Flattery 4 & P ^ f* l/tS J""--".- A3 "*g mf SPARKLfNG JUNIOR STYLES!] • — o ■ /W # F *jj|fCO*i\ fc£ » VA \ /^>r \^T^^A^- tmest selection we vave ever Sunday Event I / / \i **^<rL /%v ^ 3 X|l iy\ <J» .M-taw^ I ^ # t £^mrKm w 21 -v' e^Tv \ i i u j i it. 4 I V. - A' V' ! I I hcZ-'- ^J ^< ■ \ wh*n you check the detailed styling and care- ] CheCKS DrOadCIOtn J j Vi^-.f W'-r J / / # I S^S^jJr ) M tailoring, you'll agree they're the smartest i S ] )| -.'j »| / / fA\ Mr^om *' " / dresses in town. 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