Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 25, 1955 · Page 7
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 7

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15 Dixon Youths To Boys' State Fifteen Di\on youths have been selected to attend thp 1955 "Premier Boys' Slate" to be held June 19-28 at the Illinios State Fair Grounds. Spnngfield The selection was made by the Dixon Amencan Legion Post. Each boy is sponsored bv a local organization. This organization paya the $30 fee and piondes transportation. The selection «a? based on lead- SHOOTS WOLF— Tommv Lee 10 uent volf hunting at Hugo Colo, with his fathei who sa\s he dropped tms huge beast with one rifle shot The v o!f fast killed in the area in rnan\ \eai<* weighed 89 pounds and measured 6 feet, three inches ftom tail tip to nose. (AP wirephoto) Rug experts estimate It would cost 10 billion dollars to leplace all the rugs and carpets now in use in the United States er&hip, character, service, scholarship, honor, courage and outstanding representatives of the community. The boys must be at least 15 but not more than 18 years old, must have completed the freshman year and have one or more semesters of high school' to complete, and must not have attended more than one session of a prior Boys' State. The purpose of Boys' State is to train youths in the functional aspects of citizenship. It is sponsored by the American Legion, Department of Illinois. The youths selected, U.eir fathers and their sponsoring organization . Aaron Lee Johnson son of Spencer Johnson, 402 Galena Ave., Reynolds Wire Co ; Donald J Kenny, son of Joseph Kennv, 423 Crawford Ave , VFW; Dennis R. Kline, son of Ra> S. Kline Ji., 702 Forest Ave . Forty and Eight, Lawrence K Beede, Jr , son of Lawrence Beede, 1028 W. Third St , Dixon National Bank, Stephen E Johns son of Paul O Johns, 702 E. Morgan St , City National Bank. John B Eichler. son of Joseph Eichler 517 E E\erett St Elks Club; David C Knouse son of George O. Knouse 503 Hennepin A\e, Dixon Amencan Legion: Ronald E Lilts son of Leslie Litts, 703!2 Peoria Axe , Gyro Club Ed-waid J Schmidt son of Hugo L Schmidt 1211 W Third St Rotaiv Club. Charles A Wtmpleberg son of August Wimpleberg, 721 Chicago A\e . Lions Club j John P Vaile, son of Clarence j Vaile 719 Peoria A\e , Knights of I Columbus, William D Keeney, i son of L P Keenev, 829 N Ottawa Ave Lawton Dairy, Archie E. I Donoho, Jr son of A E Donoho =33 N Jefferson Ave , Walter Knack: Donald E Bock, son of I Glenn Bock. Sr , 1905 Cummins St . j Moose Lodge and William Ferger I Jr , son of William Ferger Sr . 615 N. Jefferson Ave , Junior Chamber of Commerce KREIM'S UXITED\ STATES SU'KEME COURT— Members of the Supieme comt of the court in Washington for a new picture. Left to right (seated) ■ Felix Chief Justice Earl Wan en, Stanley Reed, William O Douglas, i standing H Burton. Tom Clark and John M Harlan. iAP w Your neighbors wili WISH... ...they'd bought one, too, when they see your new Mercury! Top styling, Superpower, yet costs so little! Drive home in a Mercury today! 'frWt l^^^P^ fill RICH 1TEXTURM tf ] "jjL\ j^^^^i ^^"3^^ EXCITING PATTERNS fflj fj vWf^J^^ GLOWING COLORS RiJl|«WP^^4^ M^^U^ BUDGET PRICES iJ^yj^p^^^^ V^^K^ • LEES • ALEXANDER SMITH • MOHAWK • MAS LAND ^||W^ $9,95 Sq* Yd* Va,ues $T22 WmStfW^d^-'^^^K noral Pat1ern- rose b<1 "•'<?■ background. 12' M WS^^M^^^^Wi axmuister 1.00% wool ereen tone on tone, *■ WKtZ^Sm °TT*-~ t high-low pile; 12* a\mmster, 100% wool. Sq. Yd. fmg* '§;•: ! $10.95 Sq. Yd. Values fjBt^P -ZZ^i " 'i Green tone on tone, leaf delicti, J2' a\mm- gt, ___ j^Rp :^^. ^r.^^r-^^ »ter. ion% wooj^floral ^pattern j;r«y bark- J£ ^> I . ^3^1 $14.95 Sq. Yd. Values O gM /\77 St 3 P,v dark srreen. IV Milton. ioo% J ■ ■ JLJL §flp^j & jut "°0,: 3 ply twist' Sraokey Mounta,n sre*x' HP m' "iK'-^^irfl Values te $18.50— 27"x54" Sample Rugs MM M | '" ftiP,* ^CONTINUED SAMPLES *5 J%^^k'i^^,jSSktM FURNITURE and FLOOR COVERINGS H^ffi^t "Serving Dixon and Community the United States pose at Frankfurtei Hugo Black, Sheiman Minton, Haiold ■photo) Ford Will Offer UAW Wage Plan DETROIT '¥>— Negotiations "between Foid Motor Co. and the CIO United Auto Workers weie adjourn ed today while Foid leportedly made ready a "package offer" to the union. Ford is expected to make its comprehensi\ e counteiproposal tomorrow to the union's demand for a guaranteed annual wage for the company s 140 000 pioduction uotk- UAW negotiates, headed bv President Walter Reuthei, agreed at noon Tuesdav to a lVday re-ce»!=; mesumablv to Enve Ford representatives time to put then-new ofter into writing. Both the company and the union declined to discuss the latest developments. With the e.xpnation date of the auto woikers' fi\e-\ear contract with Ford onlv a week av av the ■ bPKtAUb ^^^^^^ tempo of negotiations gradually is gaining momentum. The union announced Tuesday night that 96 6 per cent of the workers in if .ocals na-v e % ot^d in fa\ or of a strike, if necessaiy to gain contract demands Seven locals still are unreported. Geneial Motors held its fust daylong meeting witn the UAW Tuesdav and company and union lepre-sentatives will meet again today. The GM contract covering 325 000 pioduciion workers, expires June 7, a week later uian the Ford pact. Frenzied Finance DALLAS, Tex steal the four ca he was trying to peddle told police. He got them fi stoie whe^e he had a eharg count and, being 'hort of was trying to sell them. Odds Against Him DURHAM N C i?V- A detend-ant pleaded guilt v to two chaiges of puolic drunkenness and was sentenced to 30 da\s on each charge. His name William Hemv Booze // DEPARTMENT STORE 1\ (Group of $8.95 - tij^^BPC ^ d $12.95 ChenHle ^^^^^fc^J^lf Women's - Misses' 4y2 to 9 Size Moccasins ALL LEATHER — BEADED S06G Women's Spring* Summer Millinery s1-$2-$3 Women's $16.95-$19.95 Spring COATS -SUITS s5-s8 Women's 50c - 69c H'kerchiefs NEW PRSNTS 33° Women's New Spring SKIRTS Reg. $2.98 • $3.98 Women's Van Raalte s2°° Spring Gloves Extra Heavy Striped Awning Fabrics yd 60 Gauge -First Quality NYLONS Group of Sub-Teen Skirts 5" DRESSES 80% Chicken, 20% Turkey *250 Croup of »|M-'I" SOFA PILLOWS The Dixon Evening Telegraph Wednesday, May 25. 1955 Page 7 Surj: CHARLESTON, S C >*— Som»-bod\ pned open the tummy of a pav-a^-you-nde hobby horse in a local store and stole 5150 in dimes. .Nine a Day WASHINGTON >T> — Trie Aeronautics Authonu sa\s cents invohing small planes ; aged more than nine a <la\ \ear and kJled W9 peisons. t of the , j mines oompaied t RUMMAGE SALE Friday, May 27th 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. TRUMAN SCHOOL Lincoln Ave. & 3rd St. 1 Table Women's $5.95 ■ $8.95 Shoes §2 Spring-Summer Styles SHH ■■■■MIHiMi/i 66' Women's BETTER BLOUSES $J44_SJ77_$244 59' 66' $000 Permanent Pleated Cottons & 79e «Ap Glazed Fabrics >fl OU Group Women's DRESSES s"|22-s2=-s322 Women's Cobbler Aprons & J2'8 e ^ nn SMOCKS 1 = Women's White 100% Nylon eftqo DRESSES 0= '7" Value Plaid Cotton BEDSPREADS SA99 BED PILLOWS 2f»r $« 77' OPEN THURSDAY 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Reg. $1.50 Eyelet Batiste BRAS and GARTER BELTS White Only $* 00 Women's $2.98 -$3.98 HALF- , SLIPS $2-s3 Women's White Summer $1.00 JEWELRY SPECIAL 50c Women's $2.98 Cotton DRESSES Sixes 9 to 20; W2-24'/a sooo Reg. $1.98 Print - Plastic DRAPES 90" Long— 36" Wido 77c- NewspapeuRRCHIVE" NewspaperRRCHIVE

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