Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 20, 1955 · Page 5
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 5

Dixon, Illinois
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Friday, May 20, 1955
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Atty. Bales Is Washington PTA Speaker Washington school PTA members attending their final meeting of the year heard State's Atty. James Bales as guest speaker and also a concert by the Dixon All-Grade school band. The half hour concert was under the direction of Bardell Bowman. Four instrumental soloists. Karen Spencer. John Tingleaf, Guy Tif fany and David Grobe were also featured on the program. Mrs. John McLane introduced Atty. Bales who spoki diverse community problems which have come to his attention while serving as state's attorney, said that a wholesome home mosphere and interested parents are the most important factors in a child's development. He pointed out that close cooperation between home, church and school, will help prevent incidents which morally undermine the community. Mrs. Victor Eichler, retiring president, introduced new officers of the coming year: President, Mrs. Orville LeGore; vice president, Mrs. D. E. Hardacre; secretary, Mrs. Elwyn Drew and treasurer, Mrs. Wayne Keeley, who were installed. Coffee Parties Among the recent social happenings in Dixon have been the following Coffee Parties. The parties which benefit Katherine Shaw Beth-ea hospital. Dixon, are a project of the Service club being enjoyed by hundreds of local and area residents. Mrs. Ray Price Jr. entertained Mrs. William Thoelka and Miss Mary Rosecrans at morning tee. tninj* Party Mrs. Bert Whitcombe had as hei guests for an evening coffee party Mrs. Bert Jacobson and Miss Iva Mensch. Miss Eva Mensch extra guest. Mrs. Sterling Schrock sr tabled Mesdames Sterling Schrock jr., Vernon Schrock, Dora Sermeff and William Miller. Mrs. Fred Petitti entertained with an afternoon coffee and dessert party. Guests included Mesdames Swegle, Whitmore, Craig, Mann, Broughton and Kime and Misses Gerischer, McColman and Hawks. Mrs. Sterling Schrock jr. tained Mesdames Sterling Schrock sr., Vernon Schrock and Arlene Samson. Mrs. Edward Rock had Mesdames Lloyd Phelps, Clarence Pieschel and Paul Reilly as breakfast guests. Mrs. Nina Stabler and Mrs. Paul Dvar were guests of Mrs. Sterling Schrock sr. Mrs. Harold Wright was a special guest. Mrs. Lloyd Krause entertained Mrs. Oliver Mumford. Mesdames George Travis, Philip Emmert and Rodney Baker Miss Mary Ransom were guests of Mrs. Joy Atkinson. Afternoon Event Mrs. Elmer I,. Smith jr. entertained with an afternoon coffee: Mrs. Vernon Stein, Mrs. James Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Edward Uebel and Mrs. Conrad Groth. Mrs. A. G. Akerman entertained Mrs. Carl Wagner, Mrs. Russell Bvers jr. and Mrs. Frank Kingsley. Also guests were Mesdames Ted Kalb, Del Hardacre and Ed Struhs. Susan Slothower entertained a cake party. Misses Pamela Gunner, Debby Sinow and Peggy Peterson were her guests. Mesdames Fred Krause, Eldon Wiemken and Melville Reed guests of Mrs. Robert Nagle. Mrs. Russell McClanahan entertained Mesdames Robert Holt and Wesley McClanahan with an afternoon coffee and dessert. Special guests included Evalyn Dominy, San Benito. Tex., and Mrs. C. C. Shores, Rockford. Monday Party Thirty - four Lincoln - Woodworth faculty, members, special teachers also Rev. and Mrs. Leroy Weihe. Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Dees and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Lancaster enjoyed a dinner Monday evening at the Colonial Inn. Grand Detour. The party honored Dixon Superintendent of Schools Lancaster and other faculty members who are leaving. A short program was 2:1 ven with Miss Esther Barton. Lincoln prin cipal, as master Mrs. Helen Carpenter. anied by Mrs. Helen Rolfe. presented vocal solos, and Mrs. Olyla Thoelke sang a novelty song. Gifts were presented the hon-orees. Meet at KC Ha A regular meeting of the Ladies of Columbus was held recently in the Knights of Columbus hall. Plans were cliscussed for a dinner and food sale in tne ncai future. Mrs. David Ames was in charge of the program. Mrs. Jack Phalen and Mrs. Kenneth Joyce served refreshments at the meeting's close. Mrs. Edward Cooper was a prize winner. If your waffles stick it may be because you have allowed your waffle iron to become overneaiea, because you have cooled the iron with the grids closed, or Decause you have started to bake tne wat fles before the iron was at the correct temperature. % NewspaperBRCHIVE* knives, types of camp cookery and I fires, songs, games and troop pro grams. Those who attended tne iim is hours of the course and received certificates are: Mesdames Henry Knelson, Leigh McGinnis, Robert Ramsey, Jack Bierwirth, M. R. Peterson, John Harvey. George Imfield. Kenneth Ehlbeck, Richrd Varga, George Stiles. Leroy Weihe and George Reed. Others attending tne four day :ssioii were: Mesdames Merle Smith. Vernon Heckman. Elmer Gasmund. Louis Gabany, Allen Boyd, Bruce Whites, Robert Clark, Charles Marshall, M. D. Newsom, Gronberg. James Marshall, Prince, Charles Kerz, Stan ley Danek, Will Laisen and R< Mesdames Opal Poffenberger, Wy- Adams, Polo'. ;nnan and Margaret Full Course Leadership training for beginning and experienced leaders will be offered in the fall with Mrs. Robert J. McFarland. Quincy, pro- struct the course. r, returning to in Service Club Has Election Of Officers For their final meeting of this Service club members en joyed a picnic luncheon Wednesday the home of Mrs. Albert Ken nedy. Annual reports were read and 1955-56 officers were elected. Mrs. Douglas Shaw is president; Mrs. Howard Edwards jr.. tary and Mrs. A. H. Nichols, urer. John Nixon is the retiring president; Mrs. Leland Shoaf jr., secretary and Mrs. Douglas Shaw, treasurer. The club's annual picnic, tor members and husbands, will be June 19. at the Douglas Shaw home, Grand Detour. Social Calendar Tonight Dixon high school class of 1936, Loveland Community House. 7:30. Girl Scout Troop 26. Lincoln school, family night and annual court of awards. Loveland Community House. 6:30 scramble sup- Dorothy Chapter OES. Dixon Masonic Temple. 8 o'clock. Oak Forest PTA scramble supper in the school. 7:30. Dinner-bridge at Dixon Country club. 7 o'clock. Saturday Jay-C-Ettes dance at Plum Hol-w. 9:30 until 12:30 o'clock. Dixon Woman's club May break fast. Maxsion's Manor. 9:30. Dixie Girls 4-H club, Loveland Community House. 1 :30 p.m. SOCIETY NEWS The Dixon Evening Telegraph— Dixon, Illinois Scout Leaders Attend Outdoor Course Here. Awarded Certificates Dixon's recent "Basic Outdoor Leadership Training Course" for Girl Scout leaders was attended , by 32 members of the scout organization. The course included instruction in lashinr, the use of axes and Ma-Di-Na Unit Hears Lesson on Saving of Money A recent meeting of the Ma-Di- Na unit of Home Bureau was held in the home of Mrs. Arthur Ship-pert. Mrs. James Wolf was co- hostess. Seventeen members and three guests answered roll call. Mesdames Oren Minnis Frank Demarest of the Nachusa unit presented the major lesson, "New and Easier Ways to Save." They used a flannelgraph in show ing how it is possible to maintain a home, raise and educate a fam ily and save money to eventually buy a farm or home. 3 by Mrs. Lee Ackert, who discussed wh should be included in a good phy; cal examination. Mrs. Clifford Jacobs, health chairman, reported | on several lessons. Four-H chair- ! :-s. Byron Blum, suggested help finance a trip for two girls to 4-H camp. The unit decided in favor of this. Refreshments were served by the hostesses at the close of the meet ing. The unit's next meeting will be May 23. Garden Group To Breakfast . The Garden department of the Dixon Woman's club will enjoy a 9 o'clock breakfast, Monday, May 23, at the Arthur Clayton hi Franklin Grove road. Everyone at tending is asked to bring their eggs and bacon, also a dish to pass. Also, everyone is reminded to wear a hat, trimmed with fresh flowers. Prizes will be awarded for the most original, prettiest and most comical hats. The breakfast will be held - shine. Anyone wishing transpor tation is asked to call Mrs. How ard Edwards, 4-8281. Roll Sunday will be ob served at the 10:45 a.m. Worship Service Sunday, May 22, in Bethel Evangelical Congregational church. Members of the Cradle Roll depart- cmldren from birth until four years of age, and their par ents wall be honored. Mrs. Harry Long, Cradle Roll superintendent, will be in charge of Jean A. Rogers, Edward H. Harris To Be Wed June 19 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rogers Sr., 410 North Dement Ave., Dixon, announce the engagement and ap proaching marriage of their only daughter, Jean Ardith, to Edward H. Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Harris. Littleton. Colo. The wedding will be an event of Sunday. June 19, in the First Methodist Church, Dixon. Jean attended Dixon high school and Coe College. Cedar Rapids, la. She is presently employed at Dixon Public hospital as a medical technologist. The prospective bridegroom, a graduate of Littleton, schools, recently received his discharge from the Army after serving several months in G> XI BETA UPSILON Xi Beta Upsilon Exemplar chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 24, in Loveland Community House. Miss Alice Thomson will be host- Tuesday evening the chapter will award its liberal arts scholarship to a high school Friday, May 20, 19b5 Tell Engagement of Charles J Wright, Alice E. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. Peterson. Elmhurst. announce the engage ment of their only daughter, Alice Earlene. to Charles E. wngnt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Wright, Pawpaw. Miss Peterson is studying jour-ilism at the University of Illinois id is pledged to Sigma Kappa so-al sorority. Wright, a senior at Illinois, for merly attended Western Illinois the university this June and a member of Delta Sigma Phi social fraternity. A fall wedding is planned. Party Honors Fern Hisler, June 4 Bride A personal bridal shower was held Sunday in honor of Miss Fein Hisler. Hostesses were Miss Pamela O'Byrne and Miss Bettie Ikens. On her arrival the bride-to-be was presented' a blue and white cor sage. Decorations were also inMiss Hisler's chosen colors of blue and white. The honoree received many lovely gifts. Guests attended from Sterling, Oregon and Dixon. Miss Hisler will become the bride of William Saunders, Ster ling, June 4. Thursday Golf Brv* HI Li -to: MA-DI-NA UNIT The Ma-Di-Na unit of Home Bu->au will meet at 8 p.m. Monday, May 23, in the home of Mrs. John Page 5 Candle Lighters Talk of Projects The Candle Lighters of the Pres- bvterian Church were entertained at their regular meeting. May i: tiss Caroline Watkms in her j home. The committee: Miss : Ruth Morris, Mrs. Fannie Small and Mrs. Anna Florence served a luncheon with Mrs. Frida Lindquist prssiding at the table. The business meeting was opened ith devotions by Mrs. Guy S. Dav-:. followed by reports of the sec-etary, treasurer and committee chairmen. Different projects and iiies of the organization were issed. Mrs. Harley Cortright was given vote of thanks for the gift of a eving machine to be used in the •ork o£ the society. After roll call, which showed 27 embers and three guests present. Thomson gave an inter esting program. HIGHLAND AVENUE CLUB Mrs. J. B. Conrov will be hostess embers of the Highland A' b at 7:30 p.m. Monday, May er home. 911 South Highland ivone unable to attend is ;o notify the hostess. Eta Chi Ha# Jewel Ritual, Pledge Event Eta Chi chapter of Beta Sigm» Phi aororitv held its Ritual of Jew els and Pledging ceremony Monday evening. May 16 in Loveland Community House. Miss Sylvia Cibu, assisted by Mrs. Marilyn Byers presented the Ritual of Jewels to the followirg: Mrs. Alma Law, Miss Joyce Grin-stead, Miss Jean Rogers and Mrs. Elaine Routh. Miss Helen Ander- Miss Mary Ann Bloomfield, Nancv Bruce. Miss Jane Kel ly. Miss Joanne Kerz, Miss Marie Muhlbach. and Miss Leota Plunkett ed their pledge pins. All of the girls received a yellow rose. •ocial time followed the lovely nony. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Byers and Miss Ra« All members are reminded that .londay. May 23, the final meeting of this year will be held in Lowell Pai k with a picnic and. social time planned. Each member is asked to bring a dish to pass, their own table service, beverage and meat. The picnic is scheduled rain or shine for 6 :30 o'clock. At Country Club The first of this season's dinner-bridge parties will be held tonight at the Dixon Country club. Dinner will be served at 7 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Glen W. Magill are chairmen of the evening assisted by the C. Leonard Johnsons and Harold W. Porters. Dunphy. Everyone attending is Dunphy. Everyone attending is asked to wear their favorite house- — — twti it WHITE TEMPLE CLUB J]|a ■ ■ Th. Whit. Te™lo n™,m,„itv (ill ■ I club will have a picnic at 12:30 I IIhbUI HQATP^f I o'clock Sunday, May 22. in Lowell I lliBr^l ■ K W I Lv I I nark- Picnic rules will be observed I HIBl HI ^_ , Several women members of the and everyone attending is aiso asK- ■ Dixon Country club enjoyed golf ed to bring their own plates. : ■^^■J YOUR Thursday afternoon. Dinner for the In case of rain the picnic will be HLH linkswomen and their husbands fol- held at the school. : ' ■^^^B kia ^ „ , > I ."Ik IMPORTANT Afternoon winners were: Mrs. ett Aiitnucnt I k Eg Harrv Talmadge. low putts; Mrs. 5" OUR LIN6 OP : U^k DADI7DC fTl2^yzr^dUr5' GREETING CARDS -TXk rArtKd Jr^l^^X^ C00KS FL0WER * G,FTS By Having Us Mak. — ' 1 =j Bra DUATACTAT C"E ***»**:*XZL \j || Students-Past* Present I fW^MS !f!T^ D' ' H L'ke BrinsYourFriendsto0ur 1 CSsqJiB^BJfeE& . COPItb P| wLsLt Jf| XUI^D^AY^MAY 24th |j^^Qjfl ^OPEN^ ^raaie koii event nr^f^va Wf/sv;^ I _ n _ ,. m E. Fu-»t st. un«»- » r.m. 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