Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 24, 1955 · Page 10
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w Home Bureau POLO — (Special) — The Pine Creek Home Bureau met Friday in the home of Mrs. Ralph Stuff. The major lesson on "First Aid in the Home and on the Highway" was presented by Mrs. Elmer Jones and Mrs. LeRoy Kenrichs. Mrs. Charles Baker presented the minor lesson on "The Care of the Hair." I Open 7 :15 DSX — Start* at Dusk I TONITE THRU THURSDAY land S Hilarious Color Cartoons NEWSPAPERflHCHIVE* 200 Honor Loomis Stull POLO — (Special) — About 200 relatives and friends from LaFay- Ind.; Monroe, Wis.; Rockford, Chicago. Byron, Orangeville, Dixon, Oregon, Mt. Morris and Polo and vicinity attended the open house in the Church of the Brethren Suday afternoon, honoring E. Loomis Stull. who was observing his 92d birthday. The tables were decorated with garden flowers as was the entrance to the dining room. Mrs. Clarence Stull. a daughter-in-law, and Mrs. William Palmer registered the guests. Refreshments were served by the Friendship Circle of the I Church. 7h» hnpnrart jnjacr r.m.^. bered with many gifts and cards. In greeting his many friends he said, "I hope that all of you here today will feel as good when you 92 years old as I feel today." BEIER'S BREAD "BAKED FINE SINCE W Congratulations to the Oregon Community HighV Grads of '55 OREGON HIGH SCHOOL -SENIORS in the class of 1955 are shown above. (Left to right) Front row-Sharon Rouse. Jacqueline Ingraham, Jeanette Mc-Pnerson. Helen Powell. Donna James. Arlene Ring, Berniece Boomgarden. Janeil .Myers. Ua Null. Donna Reinriers. Mary Remmers. Georgia Finkbeiner, Shirley Ebens. Marcella Whetzel. Sharon Seitz, Beverly Buck and Evelyn Clapper. Second row— Shirley Snapp, Connie Kolpak, Delores Young, Iris Jean Smith. Janice Flick. Carol DePorter. Florence Fruin. Edna Hunter. Sandra Ehmen. Sally Carlson. Delores Hodges. Judy Sayles. Rosella Whetzel. Kola Naber, Donna Henderson, Whitney Fearer and Yvonne Suter. Third row— Gloria Stem, Rosa ALL-NEW MONTCLAIR 4-D00R SEDAN; latest member of tha Mercury family, combines low-silhouette "hardtop" styling with true 4-rlnor con? Look at the break you get because Mercury is breaking sales records 1YOU GET MORE MONEY FOR YOUR PRESENT CAR Mercury's record-breaking sales allow us to operate at high volume. You get a far bigger allowance. 2 YOU GET MORE NEW CAR FOR YOUR MONEY Prices for a big, 188-hp Mercury Custom 2-door start below 13 models in the low-price field.* *1cj*4 en temporison of monufocfuwi' fwesssf.d lilt cr factory flail prktt. NO OTHER CAR OFFERS YOU BIGGER REASONS FOR BUYING IT • Exclusive other car ing shared by no • New super-torque V-5 engines on every model (1SS and 198 horsepower)— backed by Mercury's record of producing V-8 engines exclusively * 4-barrel vacuum carburetor on every model at no extra cost IT PAYS TO OWN A mERCURY • Dual exhausts at no extra cost on all Montclairs and Montereys » Ball-joint front-wheel suspension » Anti-fouling high-compression spark plugs » Consistently highest resale value in its field, according to authoritative reports FOR FUTURE STYLING, SUPER POWER HERZOG MERCURY SALES 414 FIRST STREET, DIXON Trampel. Dorothy Fruin. Dorothy Neffsinger. Gret el Ann Heuerman. Tommy Bocker, Kyle Aurahcl, Noel Himes, William C-riswold. Jim Snapp, Lee Morgan. Hezzie Simmons. Ruth Coe. Barbara Zick, Judith Long. Jennette Long and Pat Gertmann. Eick row— Earl Masters. Lewis Rush. Gene Snapp, Charles McCourt. Rod Parke, Dan Etnyre, George Groenhagen. William Luepkes. Robert Reidesel, Charles Cleaver, John Beatty, Olaf Reid. Lanny Ki?st. Ronnie Bryer. Wilbur Knutson, Russel Davison, William Buck and Kendall Crawford. iKamera-Kraft photo) Polo Eighth Grade Graduation Will Be on Wednesday POLO — (SDeciall— The firsi eighth grade graduation exercises of the Polo unit school district will be held in the high school gym Wean ssday at S p.m. lhe clai composed of 39 pupils from the Polo grade school and 39 pupils rrom rural schools in the unit. The R.ev. John Paul Stafford Jr pastor of the Mendota Methodist churcn, will be guest speaker. Music will be presented by pupils of the class under the direction oi music supervisors. Mrs. Pauline Grant and Ruth Drake. Following is the program: ] cation. Dr. K. E. Irvin, of St. Mark's Lutheran church; vocal selections, eighth grade class; address. "Out Where the" West Begins." the R.ev. Stafford; vocal se lection, eighth grade; presentation of the class, Supr. \V. E. Pittinger; presentation of diplomas. Dr. C. L. Drennan. president of the board; benediction, Dr. Irvin. Plan Poppy Sale. Memorial Program LEE CENTER — (Special) -Foppv day will be held in Lee Cen ter Saturday. Members of the American Legion Auxiliary will conduct the sale. Memorial day services will be held Monday at 10 a.m. in Wood-side Cemetery. In case of rain they will be in the church. The Rev. Don Voss will be the speaker. Mrs. Robert Delhotel and Mrs. Roland Ullrich are in charge of the program. Bouquets will be placed on V et na?, v. Ducks have a transparent membrane which can be lowered over their eyes, much like goggles. her6$fh& I ItYtlift Smith-Corona World's Fastest! Want to earn extra money? Want 5% to 10% hisher marks? Want to learn touch typing at home? You can do it with I this Smith-Corona! Its the fastest and the best— has full-size pro- I fesstonal keyboard. Come in and try it! J GEHANT & DICKINSON OFFICE SUPPLIES 76 Galena Avenue Phone 4-0021 Tuesday, May 24, 1955 Page 10 Our New Neighbors OREGON — (Special) — Mr. and Mrs. Pabio Ruiz. Chana. are t parents of a son born Saturday Warmolts Clinic. Scholarship Goes To Polo Student NORTH MANCHESTER. Ind. — (Special i — A Polo student has beer, named to receive a 1955-56 Manchester College freshman scholar- Marcia Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Edward Taylor, Polo, will receive a S300 grant, on the basis of scholarship tests given to high school seniors in April. Miss Taylor plans to major in science at the college. She is an editor of the high school yearbook, and has been active in band, music council, orchestra, glee club and science club. Rehekahs Meet LEE CENTER —( Special I— Abi gail Rebekah Lodge met Friday, and heard a report on the district meeting by Mrs. Leo Gagnon, noble grand. Joint memorial sen-ices will be held with the Odd Fellows in the hall June 3. Mrs. Helen Parsons and Mrs. Howard Wellman served refresh ments. Home Bureau AMBOY —(Special)— When the Amboy Afternoon Home Bureau met May 17 in the home of Mrs. Earl Kennedy, 20 members were present. > The major lesson, "Meat.Cook-ry". was given by Mrs. Burr redrichs. Mrs. Ed Hoyle. county health chairman, talked on "Char- •istics and Diseases of the Blood." sisting Mrs. Kennedy on the '.shment committee were Mrs. Chauncey Robbins and Mrs. Cari- eton Russel. Ogle Licenses OREGON — f Special! — Oele County Clerk Ada McGurk issued rriage licenses Friday to Clyde Basler, Belvidere. and Delores Kodges. Oregon, and Gene E. Medlar and Lois J. Medlar, both of Oregon. DIXON WATER COMPANY 40 mHes of water main • • • DIXON now has approximately 400 FIRE HYDRANTS Mt. Morris Eighth Grade Graduation Planned Thursday MT. MORRIS — (Special) — Mt. Morris eighth grade gradual ion exercises will be held Thurs-iay at 8 p.m. in the new high cliool auditorium. Following is the program for the evening : Processional. Mrs. Roderick Kel» sey: invocation, the Rev. Wilbur Hopkins: class song, girls chorus, and numbers by the boys vocal en« semble; presentation of awards by La Verne Edwards; presentation of Legion awards by Charle3 Wean, county commander American Legion: presentation of safety awards by Harold Palmer, ch'ief of Police. -comet solo, Dave Nelson, and music by the girl's vocal ensemble. Robert Martin, president of the grade school board -will give the diplomas to the city grade school pupils, and H. A. Hoff, superintendent of schools, will present diplomas to the rural students of tha Pine Creek and Coon Creek schools Polo Notes POLO —(Special)— Mrs. Frank Hose, Bertha Hose and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bickford left Saturday for a two-week visit witJt relatives in Monte Vista, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. William Hicke? visited the former's brother. Da* vid, who is a patient at a Kewa> nee Hospital, ill with pneumonia. David Weaver, Freeport, spent the w-eekend with his grandparenti Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weaver. Mike Grant and grandson, Jim Powell, spent the weekend with relatives in Winona and Tiskilwa. Joseph Lindemann was an overnight guest Thursday in the hom« of her cousin. Clara Dorman, Freeport. Mrs. James Burke went to Chicago Friday to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnston, Sterling, wer« dinner guests in the home of the former's 'sister. Mrs, Tom Duffey, Friday and in the afternoon the group visited Mr. Duf-fey who is a patient at the KSB Hospital. Dixon. William McCoy. Long Beach, Calif., and formerly from the Polo area, is visiting relatives in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Neidz-wicki. Indianapolis, Ind.. spent th« weekend with the latter's mother, Mrs. Frank Kilday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Avey, Mt. Morris, entertained Mr. and Mr3. Walter Avey. Dixon: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Avey and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hagemann. Mt. Morris, and" Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Avey, Polo, at dinner on Sunday. Mrs. Clyde Morden. Sterling, ■visited her aunt, Mrs. T. M. Duffey. Monday. Class Dismissed POLO - (Special) - The last Catechism class for the summer "p.sor. at St. Mary's Church was held Saturday afternoon. Classes will be resumpd a* t*.- fall. HOUSE GUESTS AMBOY — (SneriaU -\Trs rv„„t, Berry and Mr. and Mrs. Haroln on, Pomona. Calif., arp hnise guests at the home o£ Mr. and .Irs. Clarence Yocum, Ambov. •Irs. Berry is a sister of m™. Yocum. do FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip? FASTEETH, an Improved powder ta hnwf l °-n», uppcr or lower PIate». .™'l°"!'.£h"ks 'lP]i.'p od°r" (d»n- drug counter, uen * A5>1£ETH it »aj . N ARCHIVE^ EW8PAPER

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