Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 23, 1955 · Page 5
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 5

Dixon, Illinois
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Monday, May 23, 1955
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Woman's Club May Breakfast Saturday Event Maxs'on's Manor, Oregon, wits the settir.g for the May breakfast of the Dixon Woman's Club Saturday morning. Reports on the 60th anniversary convention of the Illinois Federation of Woman's Club3 were given by Miss Cornelia Coni-bear, Mrs. Robert Harricige, and Mrs. Samuel J. Lipnitzki. Delegates representing 1,000 clubs with an aggregate membership of 88.000 were in attendance for three days, occupied with annual reports on the wide network of community services and cultural interests fostered by their federation, taking notes on the speechss of the authorities invited to address the convention, and forming resolutions. Musical entertainment at the conventicn'included performances of the All-State chorus, the Chicago Commerce and Industry association's glee club, an ensemble from the Chicago Artists for Chamber music, the Peoria Philharmonic Choral, and several soloists including the young Chicago bari tone. Miles N.ekoiy. recent winner of the Young Artists award of the* National Federation of Musi Clubs; Miss Joy Serafini, and Bill AlCMichael. Dean Marcus Bach of the Stat' University of Iowa school of reli gion sounded the keynote with ci address. "Brotherhood, the Great Adventure." Petro Colon, Puertc Rico, spoke on - Women's Role ir Puerto Rico. Miss Colon is a graduate of the University of Puertc Rico, and a post graduate of Co lumbia University, New York. She organized the public employment service in Puerto Rico, and was the first director. She also organized the Pioneer Industrial Workshop for the blind in Puerto Rico, and is now director of Migration and Employment there. Another speaker was Dr. Donald Keiklejohn, University of Chicago, pciil isophy professor cussed "Civil Liberties in Everyday Life. District Convention Mrs* Henry Knelson reported on the 57th Annual Convention of the 13th District,-Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs, April 21, in Galena. 111. In the absence of Mrs. Henry Jenson. also a delegate, Mrs. Knetson read her report also. The club collect at the convention was given by Mrs. Mary Deutsch. Dixon. Mrs. E. J. Heckel, Northern Regional Director, gave an address, stating that individual clubs have responsibilities to the presidents of the federation and districts, as well as the local president. County presidents giving reports at the Galena meeting were Mrs. John Segur, Carroll county end Mrs. Carl Rosenkrans. Lee County. Mrs. Rosenkrans reported that a. total of 19S hours of volunteer work in the county have been given to the Dixon State School. District officers installed at Galena, by Mrs. E. J. Heckel, were Mrs. W. W. Cramer, president; Mrs. A. H. Beebe. first vice president, and Mrs. N: W. Deitrich". Dixon, second vice president. Other new officers were: Mrs. Kuntzle-m an,' corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Ash by, junior director. Lee County extended an invitation to the District to be their guests next Hostesses for; the breakfast i Mrs. Edward Mack. Miss Corne lia Conibear and Mrs. R. F. Krah- South Dixon Unit Holds Spring Meet Mrs. William Fritts was , hostess when the South Dixon unit of Home Bureau met recently. Mrs. Olaf Benson was assisting hostess. Seventeen members answered roll call. Mrs. Byron Blum. Mrs. rv Fritts, Mrs. Earl Bothe and Coleen Benson were guests of the group. "Meat Cookery." the major les son, was given by Mrs. Willard Kentner and Mrs. William Steder. Mrs. George Ide explained the B'tue Cross insurance plan and Mrs. Herman Wasmund reac legislative lesson on Lee county government and officials. An interesting discussion was held on international activities. The unit will meet June 14, with a 12:30 o'clock scramble dinner in the home of Mrs. Elmer Enbom. Mrs. Ralph Wolf will be the assisting hostess. c — SOCIETY NEWS The Dixon Evening Telegraph — Dixon, Illinois Plan Golden Wedding Open House MR. AND MRS. H. M. CHAON. Compton. will observe their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house at their home from 2 until 5 p. m. Sunday, May 29th. The Chaons invite their many friends and relatives to call at this time but ask that gifts be omitted. The anniversary honorees are well, known throughout this area as Mr. Chaon for 40 years operated a general store in Compton, retiring June 1, 1954. He was a Compton businessman for 50 years. Mary E. Miner, May Bride Elect, Is Party Honoree NELSON — A pre-nuptial shower was given recently in the Nelson Village hall, honoring Miss Mary Eileen Miner who will be wed to Vernon B. Fritz, Rock Falls, Sunday afternoon, May 29, at 2 p.m. CDTi in the First Methodist dis- ^church, Rock Falls. Hostesses were The gift table was lovely with a The rift table was lovelv with a Social Calendar Tonight Job's Daughters Mothers' club banquet and card party, Plum Hollow. 6:30. ! Ma-Di-Na unit of Home Bureau, home of Mrs. John Dunphy. S o'clock. Highland Avenue club with Mrs. J. B. Conroy. 7:30. AAUW spring banquet, Loveland Community House. 6:30. Cub Pack 322. Washington school at the school. 7 o'clock. Tuesday Working Girls Golf association at Plum Hollow. Xi Beta Upsilon Exemplar chap Tuesdav Working oSTS. at Plum Hollow. Xi Beta Upsilon Exemplar chap- CAR Elects Officers at Final Meeting Members of the Hickok society. Children of the American Revolu- held their final meeting of this season with a hike and wiener oast at the country home of Kay, Mae and Jon Fulfs. Officers were lected during the short business leeting. 1955-56 officers are: junior presi dent, Kay Fulfs; vice president, Ronald Johnson: secretary, Judith Ames: treasurer. Jon Fulfs; registrar, Linda Trautwein: historian. Bobbie Reeder: chaplain, David Ames and color bearer. Nancy DeYoung. Plans were discussed for the CAR convention, June 17 and 18 in Springfield. A number of Dixor CAR will attend. Highlighting the meeting was the program presented bv Jack Kee gan. Keegan spoke on Indian Trails and the location, of many Indian camp sites around the Dixon area. He stated it is still pos sible to find evidence these BRADFORD HOME UNIT The Bradford unit of Home I reau will have its May meeting the Memorial building. Ashton. Wednesday afternoon. May 25 1:30 o'clock. The committee v .-ill be serving at this meeting is: Mrs. Verlis Tadd. Mrs. Clara Mil- \.-rs=. Frank Schinzer. sr. Mrs, Fred Wagner and Mrs. Mabel Ull- Pupils of Theldon Myers, Mrs. Dulen Will Give Recital The -Miller Music Studio will pre sent students of Mrs. John Dulen and Theldon Myers in a spring re in Loveland Community House auditorium Wednesday, May 25. at 7:30 p.m. The program will include piano, voice and wind instrument selections. Everyone interested is cordially invited to attend. Appearing on the program: Carol Kidd. Tom Whitcor.ibe. Billy Campbell, Colin Hopwood, Carol Humphrey. David Slick, John Whittenbaueh. Nancy Trompeter, Gregory Ulferts, David Spaine, Janie Huff, Donna Lea Wagenecht, John Helin, John Hop-wood. Wendy Whitney. Michael Coakley. Myrland Huff. Diane Heckman, Sandra Kay Johnson, Laurel Ann Rick. Nancy Welty, Kenneth Rick, Sherry Welty, Dennis Nelson. Sharon Montavon. Woody- Was-son. Nancv-Myers, Roger Bassetti, Patty Newson, Richard Starnes. Arlend Gerdes. Billy May, Jimmy Knelson, Linda Gorski. Karl Mc- Cardie, Diana Bollinger, Linda Richards. Kathy Shearer. Chery! Bishop, Stevin Helin, Rita Adolph. Susan Fisher, Ina May. Judy Schnell, Carol Montavon. Sandra Welty. Philip Benson and Rosemary Schuster. For Miss Buchanan A tea from 4 until 5 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at South Cen tral school will honor Miss Mary Alice Buchanan, school principal. AIIC6 BucnanaJ1- scn001 P™cipaj. Monday, May 23, 1955 Judy RintouL Wayne S+arnes Wed in Dixon Page 5 Residing at 404 Second St.. Dixon, will be newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Starnea whose wedding took place Sunday, May 15. Mrs. Starnea is the former Judy Rintoul, daughter of the Lee Rintouls. 1104 Douglas Terrace, Dixon, and the bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. James Starnes, 1105 John; Pink roses and white snapdrag-, is were used in decorating the First Christian church. Dixon, for the 2 p.m. double ring ceremony. Rev. Donald Liitlejohn officiated. The bride was lovelv in a baller ina frock of light blue nylon shantung. She wore a bolero with her strapless frock. Her accessories were white and her corsage, pmk rose*. She wore pearls, a gift from the bridegroom. Miss Susan Rintoul was maid ot honor for her sister. White organdy over blue fashioned her ballerina dress. She wore white accessories and a corsage of pink roses and white carnations. Ray Dallam. Lee Center, served as best man. The bride> mother wore a light blue nvlon dre«-. with white acces sories. The bridegroom's mother wore pink and white accessories with her black print frock. Their corsages were of pink roses and white carnations. Home Receplion Nearly 35 relatives were present for the reception, following the wedding, in the home of the bnd< parents. ■ Spring bouquets and' two tiered wedding cake we used in decorating. Mesdam Ted and Vernon Rhodes, Dixc MR. AND MRS. STARNES aunts of the bride, served th« cake, punch and coffee. When the newlyweds departed for a wedding trip to Hou: Tex. the bride donned an aqua dress that had a pleated skirt and white bolero. A 1953 graduate of Dixon high Pupils of Miss Donna Long in Amboy Recital The music students of Miss) Donna Long, Amboy: were presented in a recital Sunday afternoon. May 15. in the First Methodist' church, Immediately following the program a reception wa» held in the church basement. Miss Long was. assisted by Mesdames Hugh Mc-Cleery and Roy Long, also Misses Lois Robbins and Irene. Wetcott. Program Mary Kay Suljivi school the bride is employed as an operator by the Dixon Home Telephone Co. The' bridegroom, a 1949 Steward high school graduate, is with the Northern Illinois Gas co. ke Gall, Mrs. Ernest Frerichs and Mrs. John Moeller. Fifty friends and relatives en joyed the. evening. Games were played -with winners being: Mrs. James Miller, Mrs. Henry Jans- Mrs. F. Panoccia. and Mrs. Howard Schultz. The refreshment aced with a large bou quet of spring flowers, lilacs, tu- bleedmg hearts and snow balls. The bouquet was arranged by Mrs. Emma Onken. Mrs. L. Cop- lotalli and Mrs. William Weber ssisted ter of Beta Sigma Phi si Loveland Community House. Miss Buchanan is retiring after 26 :ars on the South. Central faculty All of Miss Buchanan's friend3 are invited to attend the tea. Mrs. Jake Gall, Mrs. Ernest Fre- t„" ™inr „«„,, »AW Poo'- . — - M"- «» — ' - „?• i-"si ^ssn&ssssss . Fifty friends and relatives en- F h. Bovd and Mrs. Harvev Reitz. " _ ' . .. " . joyed the evening. Games were Hostesses for the afternoon are. AU of M>ss Buchanans fnends i M***** Grfldurifion m 6 fl H S played with winners being: Mrs. ter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. Mrs. Dorothy Skaggs and Mrs. Wil- are *™ted t0 au™d tt« tea' - flfcL V^J* OraOUdTIUIl lllfcaili James Miller, Mrs. Henry Jans- Loveland Community House. 8 bur Fischer! — — e [ 'S^E^^^t^Bll f~~ *J sen, Mrs. F. Papoccia. and Mrs. p.m. AI1 members of the unit and UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP * IHC^^QeK V-' 3 D. , V^O W n 3 n U 3 Howard Schultz. The refreshment Practical club luncheon at Max- c-ue<!ts a"" invited to be present. ^wH^^'^^^ ' ' " table was graced with a large bou- son's Manor. 1 o'clock. E * c The Unitarian Fellowship of Dix-| . quet of spring flowers, lilacs, tu- Women of Moose in Moose club. on will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday in | - - _ lips, bleedinsr hearts and snow R p.m. . CUB PACK 322 Loveland Community House. Topic j 7~~TA 7~Z7 T T / A A^fL-J balls. The bouquet was arranged Plum Hollow women to golf. 1 Cub. pack 322 of Washington of the discussion meeting will be . Hi f \f Hi \A/ f\ /''I /~| bv Mrs. Emma Onken, Mrs. L. Cop- p.m. school will meet at 7 o'clock to- "What Are We Here For? jf_ J.JL V J—J V V J. -L . VJl -L potelli and Mrs. William Weber Board of directors of Katherine lli?},t in the school. The public is invited 10 attend. assisted in serving. Shaw Bethea hospital. _J . ■■— Gamma Mu chapter of Beta Sig- | I I From •piece of orchid ins snd white wreath, with, two tall white tapers in crystal holders on each Many guts of linen were, re-i by the honoree, who was ed in opening her gifts by Mrs. Jake Gall. Out of town guests were: Mrs. '. E. Keller, Mrs. Ernest Schoaf and daughter Shirley, Mrs. Clar- ilen, Mrs. Edward McAn-nd Mrs. Robert Galloway. Sterling: Mrs. Chester Zemke and Mrs. Herman Zemke and daughter Milledgeville; Mrs. Loren Frerichs and Mrs. Howard Schultz, Chicago and Mrs. Howard r. Mrs. Wilfred Faulkner, Dale Henderson and Mrs. Bruce Fritz, Rock Falls. centerpiece of orchid iris .^d white «»a Phi sorority. Loveland Com- HOOVER JttUUKUI,tur ,^r»r.^r; 3j»c™. SAUES and service meeting cards DVFR (77? FWS ' %£&g\££r™-£ *£2& * <*»- «* UAM'C d,., COOK'S FLOWER * 6IFTI KJ V LJ\J L J\1-jJ-,J. «J . assisted "in opening her gifts by Loveland Community House. 8 First St. flHeUl. ^ 2-1511 Second Fiber Mrs. Jake Gall. P^; 'j"-'" — ' ' ' ' " Who Have a '. : Out of town guests were: Mrs. j— «^ — — — ^ mmm^^^^^^^^^^m^^^^^^m^^^^^ sLwSr-S * /j SUPERB COLLECTION S^M^ufzSrSi /^/^f^iU%A FROM WHICH TO CHOOSE Mrs. Herman Zemke and daughter ESMSK f C^J%^TW^<^J' BULOVA - GRUEN - ELGIN . T Schultz, Chicago and Mrs. Howard ^^^^F^ HELBROS — HAMILTON — LE COULTRE Mrr^aif H«T™ anTSs! OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9 P.M. Hamilton Illinois - wyler; ■. Bruce FritZ, Rock Falls. A. if X J J* V VT Z> I .UNIVERSAL - GENEVE — °~ Closed Saturday at 5 p. m. _ LEGION AUXILIARY ' _ P | j- % Ct I O ^ +^ <C 7 7 "C OH tne Amencan region auxiliary ,i / x V \ I \J \ I \ W \ / *<J\J I *J I O.VV I will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday.:] / \ fl^^^ ! I House. An initiation ceremony will [ J \ fl /Wm^^^ I 1 I I 1 be held for all new members and - \S , I / 1 J 'i^'^^B I I L / / I I / " - - WL 1 I SUGAR GROVE PICNIC I V '"' '^S». SftOSOflaO tO V i jSSIPWH^s^P^l-^^ I ! The Sugar Grove school picnic ' J Xl'' ; I ffl^K&tiMiMm&SE^^ flnllV IIIAKAM I Get CONFOR MAX SHOES VW ' 1 ^^s^^t I ^.J^^^^i^^B^^^k fK^^^Th **» Molded to Your ^V-=-«^ ^sfel'l ^^Hkr\ I ' ^^^^H^B. ( rH^&4^ V Individnal Arches Today Here'l yottt good long look for J^^ggf ^^BL y^^lHPHh —JL ' (OW "™*"'S 1 the new dothet. Hip* dinmed to \^ f T^^< i^T ^ llflTOO CAN KAY 0R6Alh|i ""Cp.^d.^w^^.u.tic-. /^^RH ^VM VWkh South Central PTA ■■■■■■■■IIB tollod ,0 ,he malch,ng b,.. [B^Jm S/fr vf PV The final meeting of tne season BTTviTW ^IM^Wi fTt'l^M ; 6 / fKpiss^ ^Sg^J J?' /' ^ for the South Central PTA will be B : IJ&<^< 'MET J 'J/ MISIOENT *\^^M|^^X^^§yaml^ ^ Head into summer with pride • . . ^1^^^^^ | ^ '^Z^^ ^ , ^^^Kti^^^^ 0 Get your hair set for fun, now, - ^ if V >- \\\\ 1 > Pav as little OS $1 WEEKLY 0 with a smart permanent wave or H f ? .. , , ^ x (( M s<)^ % 7 h a lovely new setting. 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