Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 26, 1955 · Page 6
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 6

Dixon, Illinois
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Thursday, May 26, 1955
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c Q Visit Relatives Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Reed have returned from a visit of several davs with relatives in the Chicago vicinity. In Palos Park, they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cook, End in Wilmette, of the R. E. Kennedy family. Dixon friends of Mrs. Kennedy, the former Nellie Roberts, Dixon, vail be interested to learn that the Kennedys are disposing- of the Wil-nette home where they have lived the past 12 years and have purchased a home in Westville, Ind., where Miss Alice Kennedy has for some time beer connected with the occupational therapy division of the Beatty Memorial Hospital. SOCIETY NEWS The Dixon Evening Telegraph— Dixon, Illinois WGGA Golf, Dinner May 24 Twenty-eight members of the Working Girls Golf association at tended their weekly dinner Tuesday evening at Plum Hollow. Rosy Emmert and Connie Amould were chairmen for the evening. Golf prizes went to: low score, Mary Hubbs and high score, Pat A short business meeting was held following dinner. Jan Noble and Joan Kerz are the committee for next Tuesday. Joanna Circle The last business meeting of the ;ason for Joanna circle of the WSCS. First Methodist Church, wus held recently in the home of Mrs. George Holland. President. Mrs. Frank Densmore. presided at a short business meeting:. Devotions. "Be Ye Doers of tne World." were given by Mrs. Jarres Campbell. A reading. "Television," ren. Mrs. Sidney Bloomquist talked on the WSCS. Refreshments were served by-Mrs. A. H. Nichols. Miss. Phyllis Ogren and the hostess. The June meeting will be a picnic in Lowell Park with Susanna OPEN FRIDAY TILL 9:00 P.M. -- THESE SPECIALS FROM 7 to 9 ONLY -- NYLON TIE SCARFS JIFFY-DRY TOWELS PRINTED ON WHITE GROUNDS All the New Colors Regu1ar g9c Reg. $1.00 Value IJCc AAr Friday Nite W% W% w 7 to 9 LlfC 7 to 9 Only VII M" Special UU ea- PLASTIC 90 INCH PRINTED— READY-MADE BLANKET BAGS DRAPERIES With Zipper — Fuii Size— Asst. Colors Nict Selection of Colors and Patterns $118 7 to 0 Special SC88 Only I ea. At Only mM pr. SHOP EVERY FRIDAY NITE SATURDAY HOURS 9 am to 5 pm ENJOY A LONG WEEKEND SHOP FRIDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. Choice of the House. . . . LADIES' SPRING COATS ^k^^^\ All Sizes! I \ 1 Juniors' - Misses' //PRICE — YOU JUST PAY ONE-HALF! Quality Coats at the Lowest Prices Eichler's Have Ever Offered — The Sjoring Coat Season Is Ahead. Open Friday Nights Till 9 p.m. Closed Saturday at 5 p. m. Guaranteed Cold Fur Storage GRACEY FUR SHOP Page 6 Mrs. Paul James, Guest Arranger in City Event Mrs. Paul ■ Helen > James, south Chicago road, Dixon, will be i Chicago Friday where she will be one of 25 flower arrangement artist invited to exhibit by the Garden Club of Illinois in the Decorative An Gallery. An Institute. The exhibit | feature of the National Council \ r~ I r> t of State Garden Clubs. Inc. 28th I O U H Q Cl V la PT V annual convention being; held this / 7 week in Chicago. A tea will take place Friday afternoon in the English room of the gallery for the convention delegates and exhibitors. Mrs. James is well known throughout this area for her beautiful arrangements and several times has been a prize winner in ihe flower section of the Chicago Home Snow. The exhibits at Art Institute will not be judged and will remain in place over Decoration Day for the public to enjoy. Exhibiting in the Richard Crane x>m. Mrs. James will have an ISth Century arrangement. Miss Amy Jones, daughter of Atty. and Mrs. Gerald Jones, 204 Ottawa av. entertained her eighth grade classmates of St. Mary's school with a dancing party Sunday afternoon in the Elks club. Music was by Myrtle Bishop. Supper followed the dancing. Civic Music Board The spring board of directors' meeting of the Dixon Civic Music association began with a scramble dinner Monday evening in St. Luke's Parish hall. Husbands and wives of board members weie invited guests. During the business meeting, conducted by the Very Rev. Vernon L. S. Jones, president, a discussion was had concerning ways to improve the organization. The next board meeting will be held in the fall. NOW! Faster, Better, Easier Typing THE NEW Remington Ifttr Smtt\ tfn r jynnnt x Baa f Dixon.' Illinois Thursday, May 26, 1955 Dixon Players Plan tor Future, Enjoy Program Dixon Community Players held "heir May meeting recently in Loveland Community House. New ly elected president, Charles Jones, introduced by retiring presi dent, Lou Leydig. Jones led a de crease membership. It was sug- ;ested a dramatic workshop and )!ay reviews be incorporated into egular monthly activities. Jones stated he hoped the organization would giow and put on nore and better plays in the near uture. He extended an invitation o the community for anyone m-erested m any aspect of the heater to join Dixon Community Players. The following entertaining- pio-•am was piesented by music and dance students of Mis. Jerry Greaoby: Darktown Strutters Ball." song and dance Kathy Currer.s. Jackie Burkey. Vickie Lano. Wanda En-glebrecht and Virginia Burkey: "Boat Song." piano solo. Jeny Greasby Jr.; "Melody of Love." piano s o i o. Juanua Lonkiing, 'PU5S1 Dunseth; "Tweedlee Dee." song and tap dance. Mary Ann Hoke; "I Don't Know Why." piano solo, Helen Twitty; "A Man Cnases a Girl," piano solo, Charlene Dunphy and "California Here I Come." song and dance. Vickie Lano. Jackie and Virginia Burkey. Kathy Currens and Wanda Englebrech:. Piano accompanist? for the dancers were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Refreshments were served by Mrs. Fern Bush. July 2, Wedding Mr. and Mrs. John Haefner. West Brooklyn, announce the ap-pioaching marriage of her daughter. Lorraine June Kennay. to Robert E. Clayton, son of the Earl Claytons, Amboy. The wedding will take place at 7 p.m. CDT Saturday. July 2. in the Lee Center Congregational church. FEET HURT? 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All Hostesses are <u>»eu w leir chain of parties as soon as posible. Among those having entertained are the following: Mrs. W. A. McNKhols e ed i io groups .veek. Mes- other she entertained Mesdamef C. B. Linden. W. H. McMastcr L. W. Waiter. C. G. T\ler. Ma;. Van Scoy, Tednck and H. O. Lov Mrs. Gordon G: ;:n;h c with an afternoon dessert ami coffee. Guests included Mrs. F.tank Chapman and Mrs. Don Grnfith. aiso Mrs. Coia Baker. Oregon, a special guest. Mrs. Harold Huyet; was unable to attend but sent her rihutio Mesdames ■ Wohriey. son Woodrow and lia Woooiow were guests of Mrs. George Acker. Mrs. Oren Mmnis, Rt. 1. Franklin Grove, entertained Mesdame* William Whitford, Dick Hann. Dale Baird. Ted Burhenn and Glenn Mrs. H. D. Newcomer and Mrs. Ralph LeFevre enterained with a ioint party. Guests included Mesdames J. R. Mercer.- Earl Kerst. E. K. Tilton. George Acker. Francis Bower and Sumner Reed. Mrs. S. R. Brooks enteitained Mesdames John Strub. Lucy Eastman, Etta Baker. Belle Mumford. Sadie Schwab, Kathryn Pettenger and Carrie Stitzel. Mrs. Winnitred Edous was a special guest. Mrs. Jack Phalen entertained Mrs. George l.ebre. Mrs. Judson Richards and Mrs. Harm Krull. Mesdames Keeney. Horton. Bea- an and Campbell were guests ot rs. Carl Haack. Mrs. Albert England entertained Mrs. James Kirk. Mrs. Marion James had as her guests Misses Bonnie Freeberg. : Haefner, Pat Warner. Elaine Apple. Shirley Gardner and Joan Bryant. Mrs. Russell Flower alsc contributed. Mesdames Allan Giffrow. Treil Schultetus and David Siefkin were ts of Mrs. Emmett C. Eisele s. R. E. Erikson. Grand De RUMMAGE SALE Friday. May 27th 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. TRUMAN SCHOOL Lincoln Ave. & 3rd St. entertained Mrs. Gertruda Slothower and daughter, JoAnne. Miss Mvrtle Scott was hostess to rs. Ferr. Hi-!-:? and Mis Eliza beth Colin. Mrs. James Campbell and Miss larv Campbell were guests of Mrs. Paul J. Swartz. Mrs. Louis Plock entertained rs. Howard Plock and Mrs. Le-iv Toms. Mesdames Harry Lyons. William orlev. Albert Kremke. Augusta utterfield and Emma Weed were guests of Mrs. Anna Emmert. Coffer. Dessert s Harry Williams and Mrs. Pius Rursard v ere coffee and dessert guests of Mrs. Vernon Clark. ■s J. E. Salzman entertained Oeor?e P.ybick and Mrs. Eli zabeth Wit;leb. Coffee guests of Mrs. William Cailsen were >tesdames Wayne Jrichs. Dorothy Ke!ls. Fred Brauer sr. and Fred Brauer jr. •s Elv.-m Mai tm entertained Mesdames Waller Parker. Wayne nice and Richard Zopf. Mesdames John Stouffer and Esther Schwank were guests of ;rs. William Schafer. Mrs. Harrv Cooley entertained Mrs. Alice Wherlev and a special icst. Mrs. Ed O'Malley. Mrs. William J Wolf entertained rs. R. H. Hamdge and Mrs. Vir- rs. Mart Frarier and ^Trs. E. Sanderson were guests of Mrs. Edward Uebel. Special guests were Mesdames Stein, Myers, Bidzinski and Gustafson. Mrs. Henry Schafer entertained. Mesdames John Salzman. William Schafer and C. LaCour. Mrs. Harrison Wadsworth was unable to attend but sent her contribution. Mrs. Arthur Hoban and Mrs. Edward Johnson were guests ot Mrs. John Stanley. fMrs. E. M. Bastian entertained Mrs. Frank Rossiter and Mrs. El-wyn Montross. Mrs. Edwin Saltzman had as her guests for a dessert coffee, Mesdames Schick and Krongard. Mrs. Luke accompanied Mrs. Schick as a guest and Mrs. Ireland was a guest of Mrs. Krongard. in the .good old / "FINE LINE" — Striking new pin-dotted suit of acetate-Lastex-cotton . . . with dramatic mm of solid color. The dots are color-sealed-in forever by the Celaperm dyes! Concealed front zipper is a Jantzen fashion feature that means added ease and comfort for you . . . and the adjustably-boned "shape-makery" bra has openings for "Accents." Jantzen foam-rubber bra pads. Double shoulder straps detach for sunning. In six lovely pastels and smart Continental colors with black trim and dots; 10-18. OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 9 P. M. N £ W 8PAP ErR I C H i V E ® . ...... 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