Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 20, 1955 · Page 6
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 6

Dixon, Illinois
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Friday, May 20, 1955
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Mfc Morris Baccalaureate, Graduation Plans Revealed MT. MORRIS —(Special)— The baccalaureate service for the 40-member senior class of 1955 in Mt Morris High School will be held Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in the new high school auditorium. The junior class will decorate the auditorium and provide ushers. The music will be provided by the mixed chorus, directed by Wayne Johnson. Joyce Kinsley will play the processional and recessional. The Rev. William Harper will give the invocation and the benediction. The Rev. Wilbur Hopkins is to give the Scripture reading and prayer, and the Rev. Dean Frantz and Carol Rittenhouse the salutatory address. The Treble Clef music group will provide music. William Lundholm. president of the senior class, will present the school with the class gift, an addition to the electric scoreboard in the gymnasium giving names and numbers of players. The commencement speaker will be Mrs. Geoige Davis. Bettendorf. Iowa, who has lectured from coast to coast during the past two years. She is the author of an article, "I Was a Hobo Kid." which tells of her childhood as a gypsy. Her topic will be "Equality of Oppor- Person." ^ j ^ ~ Commencement exe-v-scs will be . -..ere !? ? held in the auditorium Friday, sonal variation u May 27. at 8 p.m. Donna Lamm the number of V will give the valedictory address jor looking for wi VALUABLE COUPON \QC THIS COUPON IS WORTH 10' On the Purchase of a HALF PINT of LAW/TON'S WHIPPING CREAM IN GLASS BOTTLES ONLY 4 DAYS ONLY — THURSDAY, MAY 19th THRU SUNDAY, MAY 22nd Redeem This Coupon at Any LAWTON Dairy Island Store or Drive-In \ irc i AWTflN S il ■ 1111 ILilUMM What a Party! Here's Strawberry Ice Cream Marilyn's oui favorite hostess • . » she always serves such good Ice Cream! . -. Strewn with plump, juicy berries, STRAWBERRY'S a flavor we eat "gobs" of! Yum, let's have some more! 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The Dixon Evening Telegraph Friday, May ZU, iyoo Baccalaureate Set Sunday in Ohio School OHIO —i Special i— The Rev. C. P. Petit, of St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Maytown. will be the speaker for baccalaureate services Sunday at 8 p.m. Vance Plapp. high school music director, will play the processional and recessional. Dale Doran will sing a solo, and the senior choir of Immaculate Conception Church will sing two numbers. PROVED BEST BY ATOMIC TEST! Atomic Radioactive Wear Test Proves Triple HO Koolmotor Oil Reduces Ring Wear 2 to 1 Better! WHAT THIS MEANS TO YOU Excessive piston ring wear is dangerous to your engine because it steals power and allows crankcase oil to penetrate the combustion chamber, fouling your engine. ADEQUATE protection. That's why the result of the radioactive wear test is so important to you. ABOUT THIS TEST Ten top premium oils were subjected to the radioactive wear test. Results proved that Triple HD Koolmotor reduces ring wear 2 to 1 better than the second ranking oil, 5 to 1 better than the average, and 12 to 1 better than the lowest! A PRESCOTT OIL CO. DISTRilUTOR OF CITIES ©SERVICE PHONE 3-1521 DIXON, ILLINOIS , Dianne Hurdle, Dorothy- jPlau Poppy Day iu Mt. Morris Area I MT. MORRIS —i Special!— Pop-! dv Dav in Mt. Morns has been set for May 1~. It is sponsored by the American Legion and the VFW and their auxiliaries. Joint chairmen of the sale are Carl Personelte for the VFW and Rav Cam for the Legion. Proceeds for" the sale will be used for rehabilitation of veterans in hospitals and mental institutions. Ohio Notes OHIO —i Special i— The Re- Irs. Earl M. Edwards went to ;alena recently io visit the for-iri-'s father. John Edwards, who .•as 91 years old Sunday. They ;ere overnight guests of Mrs. Ed-.-ards' sister, Mrs. Cora Wood, Mt. arroll. Mrs. Cliff Krapff is a patient ir rinceton Hospital. Judy Farley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Farley, lost the tit>s -of two fingers m a power lawnmower at her home Saturday. New address: Pvt. Cecil u. Thompson, US 55520261, Btry C, 510th F.A. Bn., APO 541, New York, N. Y. The Curtis Saltzmans entertained Mrs. Elmer Carlson and Buddy, Mr. and Mr3. Harold Rogers, Forrest Rogers. Tampico, and Joyce Saltzman. Peoria, at dinner Sunday honoring Kerry Saltzman on his birthday. John Miller, who lives with his daughter, 'Mrs. George McG-on-igle. recently celebrated his 9lst birthday. Mrs. McGonlgle enter tained relatives and friends for The birthdav club was entertai ed in the home of Mrs. Mabel Ruff recently with Dorothy Jackson as the honored guest. Sou Is Born STEWARD — (Special) and Mrs. Loyd Wicks. Rockford, are the parents of a son, Kevin Lee, born May 1-4 in Swedish-Am er- Hospital. Rockford. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Richardson, btewara, and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. - wicks, Seneca, are the grandparents. on and Class 'Sponsor Gene Kleckler. Not shown— David Cam Hoffman and Neal Marsh. Mr. New Presbyterian Name Delegates Leader Sees World! To Dixon Meet Religious Upswing LOS ANGELES '3!— The nation and the world are on the crest of great new religious enthusiasm, the newly elected leader of the Presbyterian Church of the United States' of America said today. *Tt is a major goal of the church to respond to this enthusiasm and fulfill the need of the people." said Dr. Paul S. Wright, of Portland. Ore. Dr. Wright. 5?. was elected Thursday as moderator of the 167th general "assembly of the largest of the three Presbyterian groups. Tne pastor of Portland's First Presbyterian Church was elected by a 510-393 vote over Dr. John S. Bonnell. of New York City, in the opening business session of the week long: meeting. He succeeds Dr. Raiph Waldo Lloyd, of Maryville, Term., Church News DIMACULATE CONCEPTION Rev. T. Satui-day May Crownini school student C. Wujek p.m. Practice for by grade and high Sunday. 7:30 and 9:30 a.m. Mass. 10:30 a.m. Breakfast" in church hall honoring high school graduates. All high school students in- OHIO METHODIST • Rev. Earl M. Edwards Sunday, 10. a.m. Church school. 11 a.m. Worship service. FIRST LUTHERAN 11 a.m. Sunday school. PEO Picuic MT. MORRIS — I Special!— Tne final spring meeting of PEO Sister hood. Chapter CU. will be a picnic at the H. C. Mitchell farm Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. When you buy insurance . v • . buy from an agent . • . . . . who operates a local business, who supports local enterprise, and who pays local taxes— r just as you do. (The money thij agency mokes stays in our town, and 1 because it stays here and circulates, some of it even- I tually winds up in your pocket again. As you know, I the more money circulating in a town, the healthier will I be the financial status »f every person in that town. J| F. X. NEWCOMER & COMPANY INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BONDS FARM SUPERVISION LOANS DIXON — Phone 4-H21 — ILLINOIS MT. MORRIS —i Special i- The ev. L. H. Cooperrider. pastor. :d -rhi'.ip Orr and Ralph Ziekuhr. v representatives, of Trinity Lutheran Church, will be amon* delegates attending the 36th annua! meeting of the Illinois Synod of the United Lutheran Church Church Supper MT. MORRIS —i Special i— About 100 members and their families of Woman's Fellowship of the Church of the Brethren attended a politick supper in the church Wednesday evening. New Fellowship officers named are Mrs. Paul Nesemeier. president: Mrs. Robert Allen, vice president; Mrs. Margaret Kinsey, secretary; Mrs. Lloyd Wakenight. treasurer, and Mrs. Grover Thom- haplain. Current Events MT. MORRIS — (Special l — rent Events Club will meet Ray Wagner Tuesday Mrs. George Warwick ent a program on Switzer First Communion OHIO — (Special! — Nine children made their First Communion in Immaculate Conception Cnurch Sunday. They were Jackie O'Mal-Iey, Kathleen Doran, Phyllis Byc-zynski, Jane Cassaro, Norcen Enright, Sharon Ryan. Mary Eliza beth Neis, Shirley Farley and Ba: bara Scully. Polo Notes POLO — (Special) — The annual picnic of Chapter DW of the P. E. O. Sisterhood was held Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. A. J. Ocker. Mrs. Ralph Coffey presented the program on "Contemporary Women.'' Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Rowland are visiting their son, Rae, and fam- y. St. Louis. Mo. Mrs. M. E. Schrvver. Sr.. has ived froi Colden street. Chicago to the Emer- aDartment on West Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Anderson tve gone to Porterville, Calif., to sit the latter's brother, Howard Beard, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Witmer, who have been visiting the former's mother. Mrs. Myra Witmer. and brother. Emmerson. and family, left this week to return to their home in Tacoma. Wash. News Notes Of Mt. Morris MOKKI.S — local Typographical * ei-ted the loiioums. Mrs. Robert Churc-hv cial publication I horn She were Mr. Su it rid Mrs M. C. Smalls. . Mi uxiliary has officers for . Alex Mac- den": Mrs. Ernest Boyd- •SBB^ ^ t>..Kio nionn. KnntrUman David Weaver. Louis Pate and Billv i Mrs. Elmer Taul : graduating class are *hw-n awvt *i rs g fs Third Vow-Lan'nv Powell. Mary Miller. Paul Wolfe. Richard Reed. Robert | non Muller were in r X?e- Jan'^e.K- • • mOpp Hoffman EHeen S Jimmy Wolfe. Patty Wilson. Donna Hendrix._ Richard Fard. Patsy Mancilla. j f, to aUend the . graduating Wolfe Pattv Wilson. Donna Hendnx. Richard I-ard. Pats> reerort Tues-rinna! library . and -The i; th? nffi- of the United Church Women. Mrs. Harriet Jangar. Chicago, t weekend with ner Arielberl Sillers. Recent quests in "he Joe Strite . Mr. •e Mr. and Mrs. and son. Kerry, :rs. Delia Gilbert, N'le? v Thursday -op Sr. were held in Charles ton.' She was taken io Arlington National Cemetery for burial where her husband, the Rev. Niies A. Borop Sr.. is buried. Dr. Boyle left for Washington Sunday to join his wife and other family relatives. Ross Miller and Dr. O. H. Boel-ter. Forreston. and John Wending, Rochelle. headed north Saturday for a few days fishing at Mille Lac, Minn. Mrs. Irene Baker and- three young daughters from Flat River, Mo., are visiting in the home of her father. Cecil Messer. This' weekend Mrs. Messer's daughter. Mrs. John Howard and son. Michael. Kokomc. Ind.. will be her* for the week preceeding Memorial Day. Cpl. Miller, oldest son of th* Kenneth 'Miller.? was home for a short weekend visit. He returned to Ft. Sheridan to receive his final discharge from the army this week. Cpl. Miller was in Germany for the past IT months. Weekend guests of the Robert Martins were their son Roger from University of Illinois and four fraternity brothers. The Harold Knodles traveled to Waterloo. Iowa. Saturday where they were joined by Roy Junger who accompanied them to Ames, Iowa, to view the spectacular Veisha activities on the Iowa State College campus. Weekend guests of the Robert Kable3 were Mrs. Kable's father-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Hagadone. Chicago. Mrs. Kable accompanied them to the city, coming home Monday after- M.- C. Small flew to Minneapolis Monday evening on business. Open Every Nite — Open 7:15 D.S.T. — Storts q» Dusk TONITE and SATURDAY A Wonderful Double Program for the Action Fans! ALAN ^H^^ COMING SUNDAY & MONDAY - NEWSPAPERS BCH! VE®

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