Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 25, 1955 · Page 10
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 10

Dixon, Illinois
Issue Date:
Wednesday, May 25, 1955
Page 10
Start Free Trial

nkhorn Church Names Officers *t>tO (Special) — The following officers were elected' in EDthora E.U.B. Church during the annual meeting Sunday morning: Earl Woodin, Sunday school superintendent: Carl Weber and Dyright Silvius, assistant superintendents: Jim Weber Sunday school secretary: Harvey Brown and Ev-erlyn . Davidson, assistant secretaries: Carol Rucker, Sunday school pianist: Mr*. Paul Weigle. assistant pianist: Connie Karrow. chorister; Beverly Woodin. assistant chorister: Everett Brown and Susan Jennings, librarians; Mrs. William Cripe. church organist; Mrs. Paul Weigle. assistant organist; Mrs. Ben Saru'ord Jr.. choir director; Mrs. Dwight Siivius, assistant choir director: Mrs. Earl Woodin, director of children's work; Mrs. LeRoy Karrow, assistant; Mrs. Floyd Reecher, adult director: Mrs. Jesse Cole, assistant; LeRoy Karrow. class leader: Earl Brown, assistant, and Paul Weigle. trustee for five years. Sunday, May 29th ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ mm I HOWARD Dancing 9 til 1 Adv. $1.75: Door ?2.00, tax Incl. ■mtikttm Ne fieumovuxxL Wednesday, May 25, 1955 Page 10 Black and White Show Set July 2 day's farm page, the date t June 2. Home Bureau LEE CENTER — I Special) — Home Bureau will meet Friday at m. in the home of Mrs. Dan e with Alice Parlin as assist- Open 7:15 DST — Starts at Dusk TONITE THRU THURSDAY ^^^^^^^^ tatawuT ■ w—maMT - n— ure and S Hilarious Color Cartoons ML Morris High School Teachers Plan Vacations MT. MORRIS — (Special! — With the school year ending, the Morris High School teachers made plans for summer ac- David Henry will return to col lege in Macomb for work on his .-'s degree. Dick Meyers win enter the University of Wisconsin for eight weeks. Norma Barnes ?.nd Marjorie Anderson plan to navel for a few weeks, and spend the remainder of the vacation in their home in Wilmette and Lynn Center respectively. Among those who will be employed in Ml. Morris are Ray Wal- the George Morris farm, Dixon, fBahrenS farniiies will be in Mt. will be held July 2. In the "On ;yl0rris much of the summer. the Rural Scene" column c Burkhalter plans to be at the Uni- Wis for [weeks in July, during which time I his family will live in their cottage on Lake Waubesa, Wis. 'Supt. H. A. Hoff will work or, finishing the new high school. ! which is to be completed about Aug. 1. Warren Burstrum will a 'tend a special school for physic (teachers for six weeks in Clev> The Wayne Johnson family will ove next week to Georgetown, v., where Johnson has accepted position in the music department of Georgetown College.. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sherman ■ill spend two months of the sum mer here. Sherman is school librarian, and his work continues after classes end. Auxiliary Meets POLO — (Special) — The regular meeting of the V.F.W. auxiliary ivas held in the club rooms Monday night with 23 in attendance. Daisy McCartney gave a report of the district meeting held in Rockford Sunday. Those attending from Polo were Daisy McCartney. Angie Pace, Betty Snook, Lillian DeWail. t Riggs, Waunda Myers and Anna Lohman. Anna Lohman wa3 elected -conductress of the sixth district and Joyce Bryson was elected sixth district color bearer. It was voted upon that the auxiliary-pay half the expense to send a boy to camp this summer, and the post will assume the other half expense. Following the meeting refresh ments were served by Angie Pace, Hazel Fouke and Betty Shank. Here's why PONTIAC WINS BUYERS FROM EVERY OTHER MAKE It's a king-size luxury wr— Biggest at Its price! Pontiac is a big, roomy car. Here it is: A car with 122" or 124" wheel-base — longest in its price field, even longer than pome models in the top price range — and with true big-car stability to match. Luxury is in key. For quality of fabrics, conveniences and appointments, Pontiac compares with the costliest cars. It's America's topmost value-Greatest buy of any year! Pontile je felling at. the fa«+est rate of all time for this simple reason: America agrees — w-hen you can get the size, power, beauty and luxury you want at Pontiac's easy price, that's the place to put your money. Come in and get all the fact*. It's a 200-horsepower performer-3 Most powerful at its price! As the only car with the Stratcv Streak V-8, Pontiac has a big performance advantage. This newest and most efficient V-8 enables Pontiac to provide more power than any car has ever delivered a t Pontiac's price— a full 200 horsepower with the four-barrel carburetor, an extra cost option; 180 H.P. is standard. Congratulations? Pawpaw High School Seniors PAWPAW HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS who graduate tonight are shown above. (Left to right) Seated are Carmen Johnson, Doris Luce. Lavina Hobbs Dorothv Ottenbock. Janet Erlenbach and Bonnie Burnett. Standing: Richard Kaiser. Jan Prentice. Elmer Rhoads, Keith It's a future-fashioned beatrty-Most distinctive at any price! Style-conscious motorists turn to Pontiac for true mode-of-tomorrow design, beautifully different from any other car on the road. Exclusive i Vogue Two-Tone styling, Twin- j Streaked hood and low, rakish Hnes \ give you * car that you know will| remain a prideful possession for many years to come. Yov can bwy • big, 200-h«r»»p*w*r Strata-Streak V-t Pontine for la»s than many madaJt a! tha lawo«t*art«#4 cart and for mveft Ian than •trtpoaa' oconomy moaolt of hiahar-orkoo! makoc— nana of which oajwal Pontiac In combined nawor, ilia and fwtwa-fathionod boaaty. CAN YOU SEES STEER, STOP SAFSLY1 CHECK YOUR CAR-CHECK ACCIDENTS. SB MUD MmimtWS FASHST- SlUINQ fktfac nam Pfeifer, Kenneth Cradduck, Wayne Lysland and Otto Sofranek. Absent when photo ' Honor Missionary At Afternoon Tea ; MT. MORRIS — (Special.)— Mrs. R. O. Blough recently entertained at an afternoon tea in honor of Mrs. Lucile Heckman. Mrs. Heck-* man and her husband have been missionaries in Africa the past 30 years, and will be returning to Nigeria in September. Many of those present Polo Parade Scheduled on Memorial Day POLO — (Special) — Those participating in the Memorial Day parade, Monday will meet at Illinois Central Park at P a.m. Marching class mates of Mrs. ! ■vul ■ ule ~c".*>i u<wu, i.ie Heckman and her husband when firing . squad, the Boy and Girl they attended Mt. Morris College. Scouts, the Gold Star Mothers, the They were Mrs. Merle HawoecKer. American Legion and. Auxiliary. Merle Hawbecker. Lanark: Mrs. John Masterson, Forreston; Mrs. Orviile Hazzard, Steward; Mrs. Elmer Davis, Mrs. the V.F.W. and Auxiliary. The group will march west from Mark Porter, Mrs. Price Heck- the park to the post office corner, man, Mrs. Dan Fierheller. Mrs. north to st- Mary's Church, west to Fred Miller. Mrs. wuoert newcomer and Mrs. John Plum, all of H. A. Hoff, Mt. highway, and north to Fair- mount. Cemetery for the program. Dr. Bernard Bolotoff, department of Illinois surgeon for the V.F.W., Rockford, will be the speaker. Master of ceremonies will be Don Skinner, Yorkville. The Rev. Ja Burke of St. Mary's Church will give the invocation; the American Legion and V.F.W. auxiliaries wil : the wreath on the unknowr soldier' grave; taps will be sound ed by the high school buglers, and the Rev. Ira Wilson, ot Emmanuel E.U.B. church will give the benediction. A Moore's One Co** Harmon, Merchant Schools Exercises Set for Tonight HARMON — (Special) — Gradu ation exercises for eighth grade students in Harmon and Merchant schools will be held at 8 p. m. today in the Harmon School. The Rev. David A. Murphy will ve the address, and the Rev. Kenneth Dean will give the invocation and the benediction. Lee County Supt. of Schools John A. Torrens will present diplomas. Mrs. Kay Lehman will play the processional and the recessional. Pupils from both schools will present vocal selections. Graduates of Merchant School are Daniel Bontz, Katherine Hicks and Nelda Willstead. Their teacher is Mrs. Evelyn Kranov. Harmon School graduates are Carol Boehle. Marilyn Cradv, Hel en Johnson, Elinor Merdian, James Troxell, Bonnie Wilkinson, Doris Boehle, Marjorie Jacobs, William McCormick, Fred Powers, Gerald Whitmore and Wayne Wilkinson. Their teacher is Olive Stoffregen. Although Notre Dame University is in Indiana, it has only .603 students from that state with 8S2 from Illinois and 651 from New York. WHAT'S THE EASIEST WAY TO PAINT MY HOUSE? Q USE RADAR □ LH GtORGt : r~ I USE MOORE'S 00 IT : U ONE (OAT HOUSE P. You're right . , , it's Moore's One Coat House Paint! This work-saver givesyour house long-lasting beauty . . . saves time and money ... Goes on easily, covers old colors excellently ...Ask for Moore's One Coot House Paint . . . first to offer wide color choice as well os white. 6 *«> Moored Consult us about your painting questions. OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 9 P. M. VFANDENBER/; 204 FIRST ST. PHONE 4.0711 5 made was John Torman. Illinois Editor Will Address Ohio Seniors REP. PAUL SIMON OHIO — (Special* — Rep. Paul Simon. Troy, will be the speaker at the Ohio Community High School nenc-ement exercises I nday at S p.m. in the high school auditor- Simon is the editor of the Trov Tribune and is a state represent?1.- ive of the 47th District. He has the i'stinction of being the youi member of the legislature. He is •ars old and has edited his owi newspaper for 7 years. iimon served two years as ? counter intelligence agent with thi army in Germany. In hi3 position there, he interviewed escapee. from behind the iron curtain. Be fore entering the service, Simon gained nation-wide attention when earned on a successful cam paign against vice in Madison County and the East St. Louis area. Garden Club POLO — fSpecial) — The Gar den Club met Friday in the home of Mrs. John Clayton. Mrs. A. J. Deuth presented the program on on Canary Islands." Polar bears have been seen shimming in the sea 200 miles from BEIER'S BREAD "BAKED FINE SINCE '69" DONT FAIL TO HEAR THIS DOWN TO EARTH PREACHER REV. TREVELYN WHITE AT THE Grand Detour Union Church Every Night, May 22 thru May 30 7:45 p. m. THE GOSPEL FOR OUR AGE OF FEAR Oregon Class Will Hear Dr. John Benben (Spy Dr. John Benhen, who teaches school administration at Northern Illinois Teachers College. ueKam. ;peak at Oregon Community High School commencement exer- gvm His topic will be "The American Youngster, Where Is He Headed?'' Dr. Benhen was educational ex pert in the U. S. Army in Korea on a special mission, in jj-dx ho was chief of educational programs for all Korean and Chines* P.O.W.'s at Koje Island, Korea. Dr. Benhen spoke at Ogle County Teachers Institute in Oregon on Feb. 11. The 69 robed seniors will march in during the processional as the audience stands. They will march out while orchestra plays the recessional and the audience will remain standing as they depart. The Rev. Paul R. Bollman, of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, will give the invocation and benedic- Music will be furnished by the 50-voice mixed chorus under direction ot" Vivian Holmes. aencan Legion Auxiliary d will be presentee! by Mrs. Richard Fridley. and Walter Berg ill present the American Legion Scholastic and Balfour awards ill be made by R. L. Kiest. Diplomas will be presented by Gerald Fearer, president, and George Simmons, member. both of the board of education of ict 218. They have a daughter and son, respectively, in the class. Lee Center Notes LEE CENTER —(Special!— Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cruse spent Sunday in Aurora with Mrs. Cruse s sister, Mrs. Chris Netz. whose daughter, Betty, graduated from St. Charles School of Nursing Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Conibear and Shiriey visited relatives and friends in Peru, LaSalle and Ogles-by Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Jacob and family, Arlington Heights, spent the weekend with the Warren J. Leakes. Leo Gagnon has been ill the past week, but now is improving. Marjorie Conibear, Barrington, spent the weekend here. Bill Biackweil spent the weekend ' with his sister. Mrs. Earl Mo Ninch. He is stationed in Belleville, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. S. .Kosloski and son. Waiter. Peru, and Eri Conibear and daughters, Cornelia and Marjorie. spent Saturday evening with the Herbert Conibears. Mrs. Esther Kalsted is confined to her home with her knee. Lee Center School Picnic Set Friday LEE CENTER — (Special) — The annual school picnic will hi held Friday in the gymnasium. The public is invited, and those attending will bring their own table services and dishes to pass. Parents having preschool children who will be six years of age before .January are asked to contact the Lee Center school. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Metcalf and Mr. and Mrs. Ned Cater enter-tamed the eighth grade graduates at a picnic in White Pines Park Friday. Final Meeting POLO — (Special) — The final meeting for this season of the Altar nd Rosary Society of St. Mar/' 8 Catholic Church will be held in the parish hall Thursday at 1:30 p.m. ouowing dessert, the business leeting will be held, followed bv a social hour. The committee will be Mrs. Gene McMullan, Mrs. Bernard Empen. Mrs. Anna Kra mer and Mrs. Adelbert Young. ^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^ *Cmt»mht be'* jot • food , SEE 1 AL TICE of Sterling Home Improvement for 3-D Aluminum Roofing - Siding Storm Windows and Insulation PH. 4-3013 DIXON ! paperBRCHIVE* „ N. ARCHIVE® EWSPAPER

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free