Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 24, 1955 · Page 5
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State President Is AAUW Speaker Mrs. A.G.Hall Installs New Local Officers Highlighting the spring banquet of the Dixon branch. American Association of University Women, Monday evening in Loveland Community House, was the talk by Mrs. Alton G. Hall. Springfield, retiring president of the Illinois State Division. AAUW. Mrs. Hall in a most interesting and charming manner discussed the historical basis of AAUW membership, as well as the uniqueness of the association's purpose and policy. Mrs. Kail also installed the new branch officers. Mrs. Charles F. Johnston is the new president: Miss Harriet Wilt-berger, first vice president; Mrs. Robert Danskin. second vice president; Mrs. Oliver DeRuyscher, secretary; Miss Beth Stuck, treas urer, and Miss Clara Armington, historian. Committee chairmen for the new season are: Program, Mrs. Danskin; arts, Miss Ruth Bitter; education, Mrs. Edwin Merrick: fellowship. Mrs. Earl Bennyhoff; international relations, Mrs. G. W. Magill: legislation, Miss Christine Bessemer: membersmp. Miss Wiltberger; publicity. Miss Esther Barton: social. Mrs. Cliff Coughlin: social studies. Miss Henrietta Pell; status of women. Mrs. L. W. Anderson: ways and means, Mrs. Norman Johnson and radio, Mrs. A. P. Hamersmith. Miss Ruth Bitter, retiring president. wa3 in charge of last eve ning's short business meeting, pre ceding the program. A gut presented to Miss Bitter from the Dixon chapter. • Spring flowers were used decorating the dinner tables. The committee included .Mesdames fc. A. Samson and Virgil Collins and Misses Lois Ritchie and Clara Armington. To Graduation Mr. and Mrs. Lyle M. Prescott, Shore Acres, and Mrs. A. A. Stoeckle, Los Angeles, Calif., will leave June 1, to attend the- graduation of the Prescott's daughter, Sallie. from Stratford Junior college, Danville, Va. Graduation ceremonies will take place June 6. Miss Prescott will be home for the summer and her fall plans are to attend the University of Michigan. ■ Mrs. Stoeckle will arrive at the Prescott home on May 30. NewspaperBRCHIVE* „ MRS. ALTON G. HALL, retiring: state president of the Illinois State division. AAUW. dav evening's spring banauet of the Dixon branch installed new officers. In the above from left to right: Mrs. C. F. Johnston, new president, and Mrs. Hall. Standing: Mr skin, second vice president; Mrs. Oliver DeRuvscher. secretary: Miss Ruth Bitter, ret: and Miss Harriet Wiltberger, first vice president. Gamma Mu Party Members of Gamma Mu chapter. Beta Sigma Phi sorority, enjoyed a scramble supper, with their husbands as guests, recently. The com mittee in charge of the affair Mrs. Georgf Shular. Mrs. Dale Russman. Other social activities planned for the summer include a breakfast and picnic. GAMMA MU TO MEET Gamma Mu chapter of Beta Sigma Phi .sorority will meet at ? p. m. today,, in Loveland Community House. TO AURORA Mrs. H. U. Bardwell and Mrs. Z. W. Moss. Dixon, also B. Frank Downing of Los Angeles, motored to Aurora Sunday where they enjoyed dinner with Mrs. Bardwell 's daughter. Mrs. Clara Gwen Johnson and family. ST. LUKE'S GUILD St. Luke's Guild will meet at 8 p.m. Thursday in the guild hall. Hostesses will be Mesdames R. R. Dwyer and William Stabler. HAMILL'S WOOSUNG WOMAN'S CLUB The Woosung Woman's club will have an all day meeting Wednesday. May 25, in the home of Mrs. Martha Boor.e. There will be a scramble dinner at noon. YOUNG MOTHERS' CLUB The Young Mcthers' club will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday. May 25; in the home of Mrs. W. T. Wallace. SOS North Galena av. .Anyone unable to attend is asked to call Mrs. Wayne Pierce. ZION HOUSEHOLD CLUB The Zion Household Science club will meet Thursday, May 26, with a 1:30 o'clock dessert luncheon in the home of Mrs. Clifford Clymer. Members are asked to make a gift for their secret pal. A Mother's TO OAK PARK Mrs. George Andrews, Greenwich, Conn, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Clarence Lehman. Franklin Grove, is now a guest of her son, George Andrews, Oak Park. June Bride Special w f "A On such an Occasion » "Rembrandt |i~ is almost a must gift Of all the gifts she receives what could be more appropriate than a Rembrandt Masterpiece Lamp? Its radiance will give any room a "lift" and its beauty and charm suggest the thoughtfulness of the gift giver. IF it II Bridge Lamp /rWh '29" Table Lamp $24,5 Our assortment of Rembrandts is large and you will find that prices are quite reasonable. m Furniture Store Floor Lamp s29" OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 9 P. M. "DIXON'S NEWEST FURNITURE STORE" FURNITURE - CARPETS -- DRAPERIES 216 First Street — Dixon, Illinois — Phone 3-04.51 — Free Delivery in Dixon for Mon- Bend School Residents of Bend school district 22 are invited to attend the ,annua school picnic at _ 7 p.m. Friday May 27, on the school grounds. Students of the school, under thf direction of the teacher, Mrs. Mer riam Rubev, will present a shurt program following the supper. MEDICAL AUXILIARY The Lee-Whiteside county med al auxiliary will meet for a 6:30 clock dinner Thursday at Plurc ollow. Mrs. Richard Belcher guest speaker, will have nursing homes as her subject. ATTEND SWITZERLAND EVENT Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lesage, Dixon, are attending the International College of Surgeons in Lucerne, Switzerland. LEG PAINS? Get COXFORMAL SHOES Molded to Your Individual Arches Today ERZINGER'S ENJOY A LONG WEEKEND SHOP FRIDAY NIGHT Until 9:00 p.m. GLAMOUR jl^^jm ' KAY WINDSOR'S "Private Secretary" dress chosen especially for you by Ann Sothern SOCIETY NEWS The Dixon Evening Telegraph — Dixon, Illinois Pupils of 'Mrs. E. M. Goodsell In May Recital Mrs. E. M. Goodsell gave the .u'st in a series of recitals Monday evening in Loveland Community House. The following program was presented by a group of piano pu- THE LOOK CAREER GIRLS LOVE ... the look of o dress that's in tune with June... romantic, completely feminine, ond designed to inspire your beau to whisper "Will you be mine?" What a lovely way to look when you answer vyesl'...m this paper-doll print! The neckline scoops intriguingly low, highlighted with white pique'... the skirt sweeps enchontingly full. .Original GRACE NORMAN design in Crown Soap V Water -— cotton. Black or Novy. Size* 10 to 20. ^ jq Social Calendar Tonight Xi Beta Upsilon Exemplar chap ter. Beta Sigma Phi sorority. Loveland Community House. 8 o'clock. Women of Moose, Moose club. 8 Gamma Mu chapter. Beta Sigma Phi sorority. Loveland Community House. S o'clock. d's Daughters, Dixon Masonic Temple. 7 o'clock. Unitarian Fellowship of Dixon. Loveland Community House. 8 church, home of Mrs. Lee Taylor and Casey Talty. 7 :30. Wednesday Dixon Country club women to golf. Tee off time, 9 a.m. Tea at South Central school honoiing Miss Mary Alice Buchanan. 4 to 5 p.m. South Central PTA in school auditorium. 3:30 p.m. American Legion auxiliary, Loveland Community House. 8 Young Mothers' club, home of Mrs. W. T. Wallace. 8 p.m. Woosung Woman's club all day meeting, home o£ Mrs. Martha Boone. Scramble dinner at noon. Court of Awards The Lincoln Neighborhood Girl Scout court of awards will be held Thursday evening. May 26. a.t 7 o'clock in the Lincoln school. The complete program will appear on Wednesday's society page. Guaranteed Cold Fur Storage GKACEY FUR SHOP Tuesday, May 24, 1955 Mariners Club Hears Talk by Mrs. Grabeklis Members of the Mariners club. First Presbyterian church, met ! recently in the church for a scram- I ble supper, business and social meeting. Mrs. Jania (Lita Eulaliat Grabeklis. Rock Falls, gave a talk on her experiences in Latvia during Russian occupation of that ! country. She is a kindergarten i teacher at the present time. ! Devotions for the evening were ied by Mr. and Mrs. Verne Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schmitt and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Dickinson were in charge of the supper. Guests for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Ken Helin. AMOMA CLASS TO MEET The Amoma class of the First Baptist church will meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the home of Mrs. Lee Taylor and Casey Talty, 317 Crawford av. VISITS IN DELAWARE Mrs. Lloyd Miller is visiting her son. Robert Miller and family in Wilmington. Del. Rose Marie Reid. . . JUNIOR The Perfect Fitting Suit M »««« Id M»y StVtfttMd rose marie Reid SWIMSU1TS It's Magit"-look! A mere flick of the wrist ... and this suit goes to any length to fit you! The secret's in ttie vertical shirring . . . Rose Marie Raid's designing wizardry th«t does such dazzling things to your junior figure. Want to see how it's done? Come try it oft, and test our magic for yourself! Elasticized faille, sizes 7 to 15. 14.35 tht Sold Exclusively by II ..^aJ HO11 1 stgleshop SWIMSUITS •Tick Talk"— fresh and new as tomorrow . . . this spanking crisp look with the streamlined elasticized fit ! You'll love the way it sidles right up to your every curve, coaxes you into beguiling form! To give yourself a gay, new shape . . . con* try it on today! Ticking stripes in junior sizes 9 to 15. 15.95 Fabnc by Cela«se*-C«laperm'* Page 5 For Veigels A scramble dinner will be held Sunday. May 29. at 12:30 o'clock in the Eidena Evangelical United Erethren church basement honoring the Rev. C. Harding Veigel ly. The Veigels will leave June J. to reside in Boaz. Wis. 11 friends of the Veigels are in-;d to attend. PALMYRA GRANGE Palmyra Grange will meet at :30 p.m., prompt. Thursday, May MONTHLY WORK DAY ednesday. May 25, will be a ithly work day for all women of the Church of the Brethren. Quilting and relief work will be done at the church. There will be scramble dinner at noon. 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