Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 19, 1955 · Page 11
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 11

Dixon, Illinois
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Thursday, May 19, 1955
Page 11
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The Dixon Evening Telegraph Thursday. Mav 19. 1955 Nev Page 11 Community Chest Meeting Scheduled In Oregon OREGON — (Special) — Fay Foiman, president of Oregon Community Chest, has called a meeting rot Tuesday at 7 30 p m. in the r,ur Hall. Remesentahves of par ticipating clubs, oiganizations and board members tend. are asked to at- News Notes of Steward Area STEWARD —(Special)— Twelve Bov Scouts and their leadei F. G Woulf attended the Scout Jamboree m Galena last weekend Mr and Mis Peiry Beitel were guests m the home ot Mr and Mis Yale Dillenback. Hinckley, Sunday Other guests weie the Elmer Oaklands. Aurora, formei Ste-waid residents Mis Oakland was celebrating her birthday Mr and Mrs A G Gundeison, Donna Stunkel and Elsie Gittleson weie Rockfod visitors Saturdaj Mrs Fred Collins and Mis Oia Chambers visited Mrs Monroe Butlei, who had surgery in St. Marj '3 Hospital, DeKalb Fnday Mrs Osborne Arne spent the weekend in Rockfoid«with her sister Tomma Highland. Mrs John Phipps spent from Thursday to Sunday in Bellw ood in the home of Mi. and Mrs August Montas: Mr and Mrs Robert Rapp. Oak park, spent the weekend here the home of the former's parents, Mi. and Mrs. A C Rapp. Award Badges POLO —(Special)— C 1 a r e n c e j Rademaker. Lions Club president, 1 awarded perfect attendance badges to 23 members of the club during a meeting Tuesday evening Those honored have attended all meetings in the past yeai The Rev Be'-tram Davies was guest speaker and his topic was "Hobby of Oneself " The club voted to buy a public speaking system for the Town Hall. i Ohio School Will Picnic at Loivell OHIO —(Special)— Ohio Grade School picnic will be held m Lowell Park, Dixon, May 26 Children may nde the school bus. Small cmldren should be accompanied by an adult Meat and coffee will be furnished Polo Notes POLO — (Special) — Mi. and Mrs Chailes Oyler Jr , Phoenix, Auz, are visiting the foimei s mother, Mrs Charles 0\ler Sr , and the lattei s parents, the Hany Gilberts, in this area Mr and Mrs Mason Duffey, Rog- eis, Ark , visited friends and relatives in Polo Wednesday. They aie visiting their son in-law and daughter Mi. and Mrs. Don Heckler, Prophetstown, and the former's mother, Mrs Mary Duffey. Mrs Henry Dunne had major surgeiy in a Chicago hospital Tuesday. VISITORS FROM OHIO MT. MORRIS — I Special) Mr and Mrs. Dwight Smith Mar field. Ohio visited for several days this week with the latter s parents, Mr and Mrs H A Hoff GARAGES and DOORS Need a New Garage? rnniTilptp Materials for 12'x20' garage with overhead door. $14' 8'\7' 0\erhead Door Announce Lee Center Graduation LEE CENTER —(Special)— Lee renter Hurh School commence ment ceremonies win De neiu Tuesday at 8 p.m in the high school auditorium, ine nev. run neth Hooe, Rock Island, will be the speakei. The semois will complete their work Friday, and plan a trip to the Wisconsin Dells Monaay. Semester examinations for all but seniors will be held May 25 and 26. Honor day will be May 26 at 10 The eighth grade graduation will be held May 26 at 1 p.m. Banquet in Mt. Morris School Features Stars 1 67 per As low Sf"°* Per Call Us for a Free Estimate! WILBUR LUMBER CO. SOS Commercial Alley Dixon, 111 PHONE 3-1061 MT MORRIS —(Special)— Stars' fell on Mt. Morns Friday evening to furnish the setting for th< nual jumoi -senioi banquet it new his-h school cafetena. Stais weie used throughout the decorations and program Sie-nd Shook was toastmisti id a gills' quaitet— Maiy Ellen Knodle, Jo\ce Kinsley, vaien. Kable and Gayle Dickson— provided music Chuck Wean read the class prophecy, and Don Henderson, the class will Dancing followed the program Committee chan men weie Signd Shook, piom, Valerie Kable and Gene Hoffman, ballioom decorations, Gayle Dickson, banquet hall decotations, Arlene Otis, table decorations, Charles Wean, stage, Murrav Trout and Judy Wright, in- ltations and piograms, ana uons Bamhait, food. Mother-Daughter Banquet Is Held OHIO — (Special) — The annual j mothei-daughtei banquet of Ohio Immaculate Conception Church Sodality was held May 12 in a Prmceton restaurant. Mrs. Louis Walter was toastmistress. Mrs. H. R. Johnson was the oldest mother present, and Mrs. Cyril Kozel, the youngest Mrs. Fiancis Ryan gave the toast to the daughters, and Alice Schultz gave the toast to the mothers. Shei la Evans, accompanied by Mary Clare Johnson, played a saxophone solo. The Rev John Sweeney, Peoria, Diocesan of Schools, was the guest speaker. Harmon Notes HARMON — (Special) — Marion Busy Bees 4 H Club met recently m the Lawrence Montavon home. Demonstrations were given by Mar ilyn Montavon, Mary Kay Payne and Catherine Hockman Dick Lohse and Kathenne Hicks accompanied Amboy youtns to tne Rock River Federation Luther League Youth Rally in Clinton, Iowa, Sunday Friendship Circle of the Metho dist Church will meet tonight with Mrs Ray Dimmig Harmonv 4-H Club will meet ith Sandra and Sharon Welty in the Robert W elty home Saturday at 1 30 p m Dale Fieet, wappanee, ma , was Satin day guest m the Glenn G. Zentz home Mr. and Mis Fiank Hicks Har mon and their nephew, Robert Moms Jr , Sterling, were in cago Monday. HAS OPERATION OREGON —(Special)— Michael Dvorak, 9. son of Mr and Mrs. John Dvorak, had an appendecto my in Warmolts Clime Tuesday. Congratulations, Ohio Eighth Grade Graduates SWAP PHOTOS For SCHOOL CHILDREN We Will Take Your Picture in Our Studio and Produce 1 Q 2V» x SVz Inch Gloss $ 1 00 1 O Photos— Total Price 1 SATURDAY, MAY 21st — 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. No Appointment Needed HOMER B. SCHILDBERG, STUDIO 209 Peoria A\ e. — Dixon> Di- Ai (STORE NAME) Tln<> full 1>" mm. -] ~i**±A -jHisk^Hf „mO EIGHTH GRADE GRADUATES .or ^ J£ &»*fttt£S?^£H2*ttJ^™ Rvan Bonnie Evans Lynne Meisenheimei Ann Pipei . da ™>s°" a £Q -■> d Krleger and William Farley. 1 , Nick Smith, James" Carey, George Allen, Anthony Rummage Sale OREGON —(Special)— WSCS of the Methodist Chuich will have a public auction and rummage sale ummage and faim produce sale s at 1 p m and the public auction at 3 p m. Home Bureau OHIO — (Special) — Ohio Home Bu reau will meet Fndav m the home of Mrs Earl Edwards The home adviser will give the major lesson, Use of Color m the Home " and Mis. Helen Swanson will give the minor lesson, "Picnic Suggestions ' Steward Pupils to Present Operetta STEWARD — (Special)— Stevaic •piiementarv School music depait- ment will piesent an opeietta, Polished Pebbles Friday at t> p m in the gym. Dorothv Biessen, music teacher, will dnect the program. Art Awards OHIO —(Special)— Two Ohio Giade School pupils ieceived special art awards from the Ohio Woman s Club Monday First place winner was Sandra W'alkei and second winner was Margaret Allen. HAS GUESTS POLO —(Special)— Mrs Lillie Eykamp Lake Preston, S. Dak , was a Satuidav evening supper guest in the Mrs. Peail Obendoif home Janet Kay and LAle Moore, Lanark, weie ovei night visitois idav in the home of their giand- mother, Mrs. Obendnrf Rotary Meets POLO —(Special)— Beit Beech- er who recently returned after three years with the Air Foice in Berlin. Germany, was guest speakei at the Rotary Club meeting Tuesday. He showed slides of scenes in Berlin. News of Lee Center Area T/rcrc CENTER — (SDeciaD— Mr. I tiac, were guest* at Mm. Esther and Mrs. Roy Conibear attended Kalsted Sunday. the annual tulip festival in Holland, The Frank Stebbins were guests Mich., last week. \oi tiie A. <J. jacoo^ons, The Ned Caters. Ray Dallams, Sunday. O. S. Baylors and Fielding Smiths attended graduation ceremomes of the Naoerville seminary May 9. The Rev. Don Voss, Lee Center, as a graduate. Mr. and Mis. Floyd Frizzel and Barbara, Clinton, Iowa, were Sun day guests of the John Braseis. Earl Suter. Mrs. Helen Richaid- son and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Mason, Scarboro, were dinner guests Sunday of the Warren Leakes. Frank McErn, Withee, Wis , uncle of Mrs Dan Cruse, and Mr. and Mrs. George Walters, Comp-ton, were guests in the Cruse home recently. Cornelia Conibear attended the state woman's culb convention m Chicago last week Mrs. Sophia Knscne, rawnee, is. isitmg in the home of her son, John Knsche. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Suilnan, Fon- 4 A three day i Rev. 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