Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 25, 1955 · Page 5
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 5

Dixon, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 25, 1955
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Carol Schnell Wins Sorority Scholarship Xi Beta Upsilon Presents Award At Tuesday Meet Tuesday evening's meeting of Xi Beta Upsilon Exemplar chapter. Beta Sigma Phi sorority, was a special occasion for at this time. Miss Carol Schnell was presented the chapter's Fine Arts scholarship. Mrs. Floyd Egler jr., newly elected president, was in charge of the meeting in Loveland Community The scholarship awarded this year for the first time is made on the basis of academic records and personal recommendations. The recipient, by her loyalty and co-operation, is expected to be a leader In her scholastic activities in the Dixon high school. Miss Dorothy Gorham was chairman of the scholarship committee assisted by Mrs. Earl ' Slagle jr. and Mrs. Glenn Hughes. The scholarship was drawn up by Mesdamee Leo Meinert and C. Lyle Ballard. Miss Schnell is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reinhart Schnell, Dixon Airport. Her plans are to attend Northern Illinois State Teachers college. DeKalb, where she will major in music. While at Dix-cn high school Carol has been active in orchestra, concert band, Spanish club, on the year book staff and a reporter on the school Also at last night's meeting, the final one of the season. Order of the Rose certificates were presented Miss Alice Thomson and Mrs. C. Lyle Ballard. This honor is given members with 15 years or more sen-ice in the sorority. Mrs. Han-j' Hanley, social chairman, reported on social activities for the coming season. Plans were made for a picnic July 13, in Lowell park and a Kick-Off party, the fust meeting in September. Mrs. Earl Slagle jr.. presented the program telling of her tour of England during World War II service with the army nurse corps. Plans were made to change exemplar day from the first meeting in May until the second in September, at this time new members are Refreshments were served by Miss Alice Thomson. Many Attend Mother-Son May Banquet Over 200 attended the Methodist Mother-Son banquet held recently in the church. Tne dmmg room was elaborately decorated as a "Big Top' and circus animals, clowns and merry-go-rounds decorated the tables. Women of the Christian church prepared and served the During registration, boys of the church who attended the state solo contest, Peoria, furnished music. Participating were- Roger Bassettt, Kirby Holland, Kenneth Ritterspach, Phillip Hey. George Walker and Richard Prince. Mrs. Omer Thomas was toast-mistress for the program, following dinner. There was a selection by the circus band: Dave Thomas, Dave Knouse. Jim Bui bank, Charles Chnsiensen Au=tm Ritterspach and George Rolfe. Mrs. Helen Rolfe gave a toast to the sons and George Rolfe to the moth-Mrs. Haiold Huffman presented two readings. "The Spoiled Boy" and "The Lady Who Skates " A group of si< boys sans; "Let the Sun Shine In " These boys were: Lester Rhoades, Richie Collins, John Josephson. Kenneth Long, Woody Was"on and Jerry Stouffer. A rosebud was presented each of the following. Mrs. Bio=s. mother of Sheldon Bross. the oldest mother present- Mrs. Darlene Kaecker the youngest mother: Rex Stauffer. the youngest snn present and Mes-dames Dean Hey. George Holland and Robert Wilson, who had three sons present Community singing was enjoyed with Mis Robert L'Heuieu^ duecting and Mrs. Waiter Krusr as pianist. Mrs. Blair R'tterspacn was general chairman for the evening with the reservations committee: M*s-dames Waiter Krug W. L Str.zel. Harrv New comer and Ralph Le-Fevre assisting tier. The decorating committee consis'ed of Mes-dames William Tnompson. Lewis Drummond. Earl Slagle Jr., B. C. Bassetti. Herb Nichols. Helen Stouffer Deane Nu=baum. Paul Miller. Wallace H.rks C. V. Collins. Sneidon Bro-s and Donald Mesdames William Lang and Alfred Tice also chairmen of the eight circles were 'he menu committee. Tne program committee was Mesdames Robert Manchester. Wayne Prince. Leslie Hmkle. Keith Barger. Lloyd Oates, Donald Seidel and Bert Jacobson. Only $1.50 Wetkly WURIITZIR ORGANS Phone 2-7861 MILLER MUSIC STORE 101 Peoria Ave. — Dnren NewspaferRRCHIVE® Mesdames C. Lyle Ballard, Earl Slagle, Jr., and Leo Meinert. Shower Honors Nancy Leer, May 29, Bride Miss Nancy Leer, May 29, bride elect of Mel Walker, was honored recently with a miscellaneous shower in the home oi Mrs. Kenneth Utz, 902 Mary av. Co-hostesses were Mrs Richaid Utz and Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson. A highlight of the gift table was a pink and white decorated umbrella under which the gifts were placed. Bridal games were played with prizes going to Mrs. Donald Sloan. Mrs. George Brunett and Miss Leer. Mesdames Sloan and Brunett presented their gifts to the honoree. Gift cards read from : Mesdames David W. Leer, I.eRoy Walker, Marvin Younger. Dorrance Thompson. William Thompson, Kenneth Flatt. Iia Leggett.' Elton Scholl, Mary Malonev, Gene Waldschlag-er, Donald Sloan, George Brunett and Misses Betty Leer and Faun Johnson. L'nable to attend but sending gifts were Mesdames Ray L Johnson. Harry Slain. Ira Utz. Casey Talty and Fred Page and Give Reports Mis Charles Crombie. delegate to the state convention of the Illinois Federation of Woman's clubs, and Mrs. Aithur Clayton, a delegate to the county con\ention, gave their repoiU at the Mav breakfast of the Dixon Woman's club held Saturday at Maxson's Manor. The names of the>e women should ha\e appeared with those listed in Monday's story of the bieakfast. Palmyra Aid Ne Members of thp Aid societv had an all-dav meeting MaV l«. in the Sugar Grove church basement. At this time the church was cleaned for the annual Memorial Day exercises. A business meeting was held following the scramble dinner Thirteen member- were present It was decided to hold the family picnic June 3 at Lowell park. iil /or a millionaiiess Take fair warning. This lovely ^traplesp, with it* demure, lady-like look, is the surest little flatterer that ever complimented feminine curves! Subtle foam padding rounds you out . . . while cushioned under-wiring gently raises you to a melting softness. Pretty as moonlight and" roses with scallop-top. delicate embroidery, ribboned bow. And the price? Just S2. Dinner-Bridge, Sunday Golf Are Dixon Club Events Recent activities at Dixon Country club have included a dinner, bridge Friday evening and on Sunday a mixed two-ball foursome. Bridge prizes Friday evening were awarded Mrs. C. E Carpenter, first; Mrs. Ned Giannoni, second and Mrs. Holly Campbell, low, for the ladies and Verle Benoy. first; Len Johnson, second and Holly Campbell, low for the men. There were six tables of play. Mr. and Mrs Glen W. Magill were chairmen assisted by the C. Leonard Johnsons and Harold W. Twenty-four golfers enjojed the afternoon of play Sunday followed by dinner. Banker's Handicap was the game with Don Sweet and daughter, Donna Sue, the winners. Other golf winners were: Joan Bryant and Ed Jones: Mrs. Harry Talmadge and Ed Metzler, Mrs. Gene Goddard and Joe Heaton, Mrs Don Peterson and Len John son: Mis. Joe Heaton and Gene Godrlaid, Mrs. W. C Mooney and Holly Campbell and Mrs. Holly Campbell and W C. Mooney. 1955 sports chairman, Blil Mooney appointed Wilson Dysart chairman of Sunday's event. Dysart had Atty. and Mrs. Edward Jones as his assistants. Rebekah Lodge A regular meeting of Mmnie Belle Rebekah Lodge will be held at 8 pm. Fuday in the I O O F. hall. The Dixon lodge will entertain offueis and members of Dis- j tnct S at this meeting. Lodges rep- lesenting District 8 are: Amboy, Dixon, Lee Center. Morrison, Pawpaw. Polo. Prophetstown, Rock Falls and Sterling. Mr* Priscilla Hvde. progiam chairman, will present a most interesting, program. Refieshments will be served in charge of the executive chairman, Mrs. Vera Hughes, and her committee. The Noble Giand requests that all officers and members of the progiam committee be in formals. Fill individual sponge-cake shells from the bakery with drained canned apricots: top with a fluff of whipped cream and garnish each dessert with a whole sweet straw-herrv. Nice for company, and oui'-k. too' SWEETHEART STRSPIFSS* KLINE'S /[ DEPARTMENT STORE 1\ Sgt. Root on Program for Wa-Tan-Ye Twenty-three members of the Wa-Tan-Ye club met last Wednesday evening at Dixon Countiy club for dinner and a social evening. Guests of the club were Sgt. and Mrs. Leroy Root, Dixon. Sgt. Root, introduced by Miss Frances Patrick, program chair man, gave a most interesting and educational talk on his experiences while serving in the armed forces m Japan for a period of two years. He wore the colorful dress of Japan while giving his talk. The speaker also showed colored pictures of many interesting places in that country, including many oi the temples. He told of his interest in their religious ceremonies and showed mam- lovely artiUes wl he had brought from cities which he lived and visited. World War II Mothers Hear District News During the recent meeting of the Mothers of World War-H, m 1 land Community House, it voted to make a donation to the Youth Center. Tt was announced the 13th dis tnct meeting will be held June 1 in Oregon This will be an all-da \ meeting with reservations for the noon luncheon to be made by May 27 The next regular meeting of the Dixon group win be June S, m; of June 1, because of the district Parents of Girl Mi. and >Mrs. Robert Vanipv Los Angeles Calif , are the parents of a daughter born May 1Q. Mrs. Varney is the former Pat'.y Bay of Dixon, daughter of Mrs. Mane Bay. Rt. 3. BACKACHES? Get CONFOKMAL SHOES Molded to Your Individual Arches Today ERZINGERS dance Saturday evening. May 2*. at Dixon Country club. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Seigestad are chairmen for this annual guest night. Assisting the Selgestads are Mr. and Mrs. William B. Cies; the Dean I. Harnsons, Paul M. Egberts. Eugene Krahenbuhls and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Eichholz. SOCIETY NEWS The Dixon Evening Telegraph — Dixon, Illinois Clever Theme to Hiqhliqht Dance At Country Club A nautical theme has been taken by the committee for the dinner- Members and invited guests will be piped aboard the S. S. Hospitality at 7:30 o'clock by the crew nmittee) for dinner in the captain's quarters at 8:30 o'clock sharp, reservations must be made by Friday. Adding to the festivities in the ship's ballroom will be music by the Sportsmen from Clinton, la. By Home Adviser Play Equipment The current issue (Jimei of Suc cessful Farming has a fine aiticle on Safe play equipment foi young children. If father is a handyman, he might scan this article and get mie fine ideas on play equipment Inch is simple, but the type Uiat acms to fascinate children. This i the type of thing that is found at ie University of Illinois nursery school. Equipment like this can be used indoors as well as outdoors. Children's Shoes Speaking of aiticles, I believe parents who spend a lot of moiic-y on their children's shoes would be quite fascinated by Consumer Reports study in April, of Children s Shoes. It may not tell you anything don t already knov , and again light. It was interesting to me to have their comparisons between leather and compnsition soles. Thev just about alike, but the latter came out a little ahead on the length of wear. Nothing was said about comfort. Some young chil dren's feet don't seem to breathe composition soles— so this needs to be considered, too!! Good Syrup Having a gang over for waffles or pancakes soon? Why not try this maple-apple syrup. Combine cue cup of the maple-blend svrup, with three tablespoons melted but ter and j2 teaspoon of Combine these all togethei saucepan and add l1-? cups thinly sliced tart apples. Cover and simmer slowiv for about 10 minutes. Remove cover and simmer three minutes longer. Remove from heat. This makes about l3i cuds and is good on French toast, too. Por tr.at pancake suppei. seive a tomato juice cocktail, sausages, n. ilk and coffee, and a fruit dessert, and you'll have a nicely balanced meal. Any leftover cooked rice in the =cotch pudding and fold some of For the Graduate ^ Hallmark Cards Zipper Binders Ceremony; Song, When E'er You Make a Promise. Presentation of Scout Pins and Brownie Winsrs by Leaders: Mrs. Elmer Gasmund, Mrs. Louis Gabany. Sixth Grade Scouts: Girl Scout Song. Piesentation of Second Class Rank by Leaders: Miss Margaret Knight. "Mrs. W. A. Howe. Announcements: Mrs. Allen Lar- m. Board member. Seventh Grade Scouts: Presen- Social Calendar Tonight American Lesion auxiliary. Loveland Community House. 8 Young Mothers' club, home of Mrs. W. T. Wallace. 8 o'clock. Thursday Palmyra Grange in Palmyra town hall. 8:30 p.m. Lee-Whiteside County Medical auxiliary. Plum Hollow. 6:30 p.m. Twentieth Century Literary club, home of Mrs. Gordon Bennett, following 6:30 o'clock dinner at Dead End Inn. St. Luke'i Guild, Guild hall, g Zion Household Science club, home of Mrs. Clifford Clymer. 1:3C o clock dessert luncheon. Lincoln Neighborhood Girl Scout court of awards, Lincoln school. 7 AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY The American Legion auxiliary will meet at 8 o'clock tonight Loveland Community House. An initiation ceremonv will be held for new members also for old members who have not a! been initiated. The annual Memorial Service will be conducted by chaplf Mrs. Marcia Holderman. Guaranteed Cold Fur Storage 1 — ■' ' _ ______ ZASH and CARRY SPECIALS All Ready to Take Glads ?2.00 Do„ Carnations Colors s2.00 Dc Roses *1.50 Doz. Mixed Bouquet in Cemetery Vase, $2.50 Sorry, No Phone or Advance Orders on These Specials. THERE IS A LIMITED SUPPLY MEMORIAL DAY STORE HOURS: SATURDAY— 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. SUNDAY — 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon MONDAY — 7 : 00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. COOK'S FLOWERS 108 E. First Street Wednesday, May 25, 1955 Lincoln Neighborhood Scouts Plan Thursday Court of Awards The Lincoln Neighborhood Girl Scout court of awards will be held at 7 p. m. Thursday, May 26, in Lincoln school. Tomorrow evening's program includes: Second Grade Brownies: Pres entation of Colors; Pledge of Al- giance; Song, America. Presentation of Pendants by Leaders: Mrs. Merle Smith, Mrs. Ivan Bovey, Mrs. Vernon Heck- Third Grade Brownies: Song, Brownie Smile Song. Presentation of Pendants by Leaders. Mrs. Richard Welch, Mrs. Glenn Pollard, Mrs. Ray Fourth Grade Brownie?: Fly-Up of First Class Rank bv Leaders: Mrs. John Cox. Mrs. James Knox, Mrs. Edwin Merrick. Retreat of Colors. Taps. General Chairman: Mrs. Elmer Gasmund. Refreshment Committee: Mrs. John Cox, Mrs. Richard Welch, xs. Merle Smith. Pianist: Mrs Merle Smith. Pine Cone Troop News The Pine Cone Intermediate Girl Scout troop entertained the fourth grade Brownies and their leaders, Jack Bierwirth and Mrs. Mary Marshall, at their recent eeting Songs and games follow ed the short business session. Brownies designed Girl Scout Tre-Foil Emblems from felt rith the Girl Scout laws inscribed n macaroni lettering. The Inter mediates assisted the Brownies nth 'String Prints' for block print ing. Judy Spellmeyer, Ann Bastian, Carolyn Coss and Laurie Cappa served refreshments. ^ > Page 5 VFW Auxiliary Hears Events For May, June A regular meeting- of tha VFW auxiliary was held May 12 in tha VFW nan. May 29, was the date set for the post and auxiliary installation. Iva Spakman, Rock» ford, will install the auxiliary and John Joe Thomas. Dixon, the post. It was announced an open house will be held Memorial Day by tha Delegates for the state convention. June 16. 17 and IS, in Peoria. Mesdames John Thomas, Rob-Farley, Flave Plock and Ar thur Carlson. Refreshments were served at ths lose of the meeting by Mesdames Clarence Busser, Joe Bruenie and John Thomas. Wed 40 Years Mr. and Mrs. John Schmall, 1008 Wocdlawn av. vill be honored Sun day, May 29, vith an open house celebiation of their 40ih wedding niversary. Guests will be en-rtamed at their residence, their home since March, 1927, from 2 until 4 and 7 to 9 cm. The Schmalls have 11 children and 12 grandchildren. Add drained canned whole-kernel corn to a can of stewed tomatoes and heat for a good vegetable dish to offer with meat loaf. 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