Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 26, 1955 · Page 7
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 7

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Molly Santos, * Bob Rutherford Wed in Dixon Residing at 90?l2 West Third St aie neulyweds. the Bob Ruthei-fords. Mis Rutherfoid is the 101-mer Molly Santos, daughter of Mis. Mary Louise Santos. Rt. 3, Dixon, and the bndegiccrn. is a son of the Flojd Rutherfords, Bnn-ton A\enue Baskets of gladion weie used in decorating St Patrick's chui ch for the late April morning wedding Rev. Eugene Paiker officiated at the double ling ceremony Kathy Carlson was nuptial organist and Betty Maitin Fiost. soloist. As the bride placed a bouquet on Blessed Virgin s altar, "On This Dav Oh Beautiful Mother," was sung Gnen in mamage by her bioth ei Daniel Santos, the bride was lo\ely m hei gown of unite unpolled Chantillv lace ovei gleam ing Skinnei s satin A demuie buef lace jacket, that fastened at the m'driff. accented the dainty Peter pan collar and long, tapered sleeves Beneath the jacket a strapless lace bodice giaced with pleated nylon trim cur\ed softlv downward to mold the waistline The lace skut billowing out to a graceful fullness extended to waltz length The bride made her fitted fingertip veil of illusion Her bouquet of white carnations was cen-teied with a red rose corsage Sister Is Attendant As her sistei s maid of honoi , Alice Santos wore a strapless frock of white over blue satin with a fitted jacket Her headpiece matched her dress and pink featheied carnations were hei flowers Gaonel Santos, brother of the bride served as best man and Richard Santos bi other of the bride, and Glen Rutheiford, brother of the bridegroom, ushered The bndegrooms mother wore * Dior blue tissue faile dinner dress with a fitted jacket Her accessories were white and her corsage, >'hita carnations At St. Anne's Hal] A reception was held immediately following the- ceremony in St. Anne's hall The three-tiered oblong cake w-as of powder blue and white. Miss Helen Contreras and Mrs. Robert Cantwell served the cake, Mrs. Don Law son, the punch; Mrs Henry Hanneman the coffee, Mise Janice Rutherford had charge of the guest book and Mrs Daniel Santos, Mrs Glen Rutherford and Miss Lauenta Rutherford had charge of the gifts When the newlyweds departed for a Wisconsin honeymoon the bride donned a navy blue suit with * matching accessories and a red rose corsage. Both the bride and bridegroom Attended Dixon schools Molly is employed as a bookkeeper at the A&P store and Bob is a construction worker in this city. Out-of-town guests were from Sterling, Rock Falls Harvard, DePue, Rockford, Amboy, Ash ton and Chicago. Social Calendar Tonight Lee Whiteside countv Medical auxiliary, Plum Hollow. 6 30 Tw entieth Century Literary club, home of Mrs Gordon Bennett following 6 30 o'clock dinner at Dead End Inn St Luke's Guild, Guild hall. 8 Lincoln Neighborhood Girl Scout court of awards, Lincoln school. 7 Insurance Women of Dixon Sterling and Rock Falls at Jul's Farm B 30 o'clock dmnei. Frldav Minnie Belle Bebekah Lodge to entertain District 8 lodges in IOOF hall. 8pm Bend school picnic on school yrounds. 7 p m. WHEN MOLLY SAXTOS AXD BOB RUTHERFORD were wed the abo\e pictured were in their bridal party. In the picture, from left to right Richard Santos Ahce Santos, the bride and bridegroom, Gabriel Santos and Glen Rutherford. Evening Unit Has Lesson on Meat Cookery" When the Dixon Evening Unit of Home Bureau met recentlv in the home of Mrs Carl Santee, the hos- ess gave the local leader lesson, Meat Cookerv " The impoitance of meat and its nutritional \alue is explained Cuts of listed as to beef, veal pork, and lamb Suggestions foi proper storing, and general rules for cooking meat were given Mrs Santee demonstiated thiee meth- oasting a half loin of poik broiling steak and barbecued spare ribs which were later sampled She was assisted by Mrs Norman W Dietrich Mrs Robert Perry, chairman, presided at the meeting. Mrs Rollie Ommen ga' tieasurer's report. The penny collections weie tumec in at this time Mrs Norman Dietuch presented an apion which is tc be given to the member having the highest penny collection Mrs Ralph Pieison was introduced as a new member and Mis Lewis Jones ji and Mrs Kenneth Williams as guests Mrs John Van Etten read the health report on Blood which Mrs Theresa McMahon had pie Mrs Geoige Holland gave sug gestions foi the August activiU, attending a da\ s session of the national meeting in Chicago and a A nominating committee Mrs Floyd Floto chanman Mrs Lojd Black, and Mrs Morrison Ransom was appointed An international questionnaire was answered by the unit For the June meeting members are to come dressed in their fav- onte woiking attire, shorts, blue ••eans oi house diesses as the lo cal leadei lesson ' \A hat the home maker should wear" will be given b\ Mis Robert Stouffer and Mrs Robeit Perry Mrs Sheldon Bioss presided at the »-efreshment tab'e assisted by Maiti Santee Hostesses weie Miss Ruin Nattresb Mrs Law- Milligan. Morris, and Mis M L "society news The Dixon Evening Telegraph — Dixon, Illinois Gail Knudson Bride of Navy Man in Polo POLO— Friday evening. May 20, in the Polo Methodist church oc- curied the marriage of Miss Gail Knudson daughter of E R and Mrs Mildied Knudson, Polo, and Jerry Hagemann, son of the Herman Hagemann s, Mt Moms The oouoie ring sei Rev. Leonard Lowe Polo, assisted by Rev Wilbui Hopkins, Mt. Morris Methodist chuich, in tne pres ence of the immediate families and close friends Altar \ases conUmed pink peo nies Miss Ina Reed was organist and soloist was Miss Barbara Wil- The bnde woie a white linen suit and her coisage was led roses As mation of honor Mis. James Knudson, sistei -in law of the bride donned a melon coloied suit with a white carnation coisage The bridegroom's brothei, Arn old Hagemann. Mt Morris Nancy Leer, May Bride Elect, Is Shower Honoree Misses Faun Johnson and Mdi\ Billeler also Mis Robert Boos en tertamed recentlv in the foimei s home honoring Miss Nancy Leei with a miscellaneous snower. Miss Leer and Mel Wplker will be a j 29 Bridal games weie p!a\ed wit pn?es going to Miss Jean Mai loin and Mrs John Billeter v no in tui n pi esented them to the nonoree J. lie bndes colors of coral ana u.r- quoise were used in decorating the gift tade Gifts were teceived from the following guests Misses Jo Ramski, Beth Leer Bobby Mercei, Jean Mailoth Sallv Aschenoienner Jan Noble, Jo Keiz Jane Kelly Nancy Long, Flossie Bijan Maiv Billeter Jaiin Jonnson and the .Mesdames Da\id Leei Roger Kelly, Wiliiam Law John Bi.letei Rav Johnson Allen Whitmei and Roocit Bor.-, Unable to attend but sending gilts Marilyn Reed Cleaiv and Bett\ Fai^e and the Mesdames Rita Hummel and Kenneth Ut? The hostesses sei\ed lefiesh- Thursday, May 26, 1955 Mrs. Johns to Begin Teaching Mis LaVer ; (Donna C ) Johns the Dixon aiea foi het beautiful soprano \oice, will open a studio June 14 in the Millei Music store Teaching Tuesda; s and Thursday s she will specialize in techmoi'e and T>reath support for uppei giade and high school stu- A Dixon high school graduate, laioied in music She is a member and solo'st for the Pi esbvtenan church choir and is at piesent stu- /ocal technique and de\elop-repertoire in the classic and modem in ong-nsl fx? m Italian French and German, Old English and the Modern Plan for Golf, Dinner Monday At Plum Hollow Nineteen Plum Hollow lmkswom-i enjoyed regular golf Tuesday afternoon Winners were: low score, Mrs. Eldon Mjers; low putts, Mrs. Ray Nelson, low on-one, five and nine Mrs. Joe Saari and Mrs Joe Viluger, and high putts, Mrs. Fred Meinke. Monday, Ma\ 30, a two ball four- ;r-e in 1*1 b° ''eid Piuw Ho'lot" follov ed bv a 6 30 o clock scrambis dinner. Goli tee off time is 1 30 p m with e\ erj one planning to participate asked to sign at the club before Monday. Meat and coffee will be furnished by the committee for the supper w ith e\ erj one auKed to bring a dish to pass and their own table serv-iice Mesdames Joe Saan and Mar- INSLRANCE WOMEN TO MEET 'n Scheck are the committea in The Insuiance Women of Dixon I charge Sieiur-g and Rock Falls will na\e j Women of the club vill have reg- o clock dinner tonight at uiar goit next lucsaay wun x p m. Faim, near Steihng 'tee off time Plan June Event Hagemann Mt M ^"wiUam^RiT * i^ed^m"^^?^ mjte easily J fjflfa rHH^H Ik Mis J B Conro^ was hostess nour was in chaige o: the gifts and ^USl-iKi _ ife T7t^>2*" *•»«'•' ''aS^^SSS » lo membeis of the Highland A-- e- Mrs Robert Knudson legistered j '" j "% — EAU DE TOILETTE MSMKj^wSm nu.^ club^ Monday e\ enjng^ in the gifts ^ ^ ^^Jw. ^$2.75* ^P^^J ■ sen ed at the close of the evening. uateV^Mt *Moms high school, is CkIu $1.50 WEEKLY |* ^ 1 ^^BB^^^' §£ ~ A The club wnl close this season P{W semng with toe U. S. Navy WURUTZER OROANS g ^Kfff^ \ IsSmM ' » : I witn a 6 30 o'clock chicken dinner on board the U S S New Jersey. Come ,„ today % ^^HSflB^ 1 «B^» » ■ June 23 at the Lazy Susan. Follows a short honeymoon In A 3fkWttm* i/ii ■ i/»PBIt & I " Wisconsin, the couple planned to * rnone x-/ooi « J§i»r^ er° I wis-s»s^«"S» TRFTN'? ^== || return to Polo, where the bride will MILLER 1 (/fPl \ « I DRUG STORE 8f Uaji" ^ I lemain for the present Hei hus- MUSIC STORE « \W E»u ftdf Toiktte 1115 First St. Phone 8 0251 » ; band leaves May 29 for Norfolk, T0T Pcorig Ave. — Dixen ^^ggg^gg!^^^^1^^^^^^^^^ * ^H.^c.fr* k ffiffi,$T°$Z™ The buy of a lifetime for beauly^vear, easy upkeep! 1 Zipper Etodtrs H serving and storing (i^^ 11 Si Ml 1 # # * jBKKSIEEm I BALANCED SET OF 46 PIECES mM MM now only jfli lt forks0005 1 seSTork M ' * » • • • 5fw 7<* can enjoj the loMrout beaut, . the luxury and caref rPe JQ* r^TT^nrmT] 5 Ses ! pT^er f| % ... In 12 upkeep of 100% MLOX carpet m ,our home- . . . >ew Needletuft 9 I M yd nEEKEND SPECIAL 8saiadforks l butter knife ll'ii^sfiS , comb.nes tough Du.'ont MLO.N with Mipmor construction ... 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