chosen aueen at the annual May crowning Sundav. Her attendants were Alice Schultz and Kay John son. Judy Cassa.ro was crown bearer: Noreen Enright and Ann Snodgrass, flower girls, and Shiela Ryan and Eileen Doran, tram oear- OHIO METHODIST Rev. Earl Edwards Sunday, 10 a.m., Church school. 11 a.m., Worship service. Wednesday, 2 p.m., Church hall, Young Adult class party. v pa perRR CHIVE® MT. MORRIS EIGHTH GRADE pupils who graduated Wednesday are shown above. First row Heft to right I -Dan-ell Raney, Dick Lewandowski. Mike Poinus. Dave Myers. Don Snodgrass Bill Edwards, Ronald Zoeller. Gary Klapprodt. Rodney Boyle. Gary Hoi- linger, Garv Miller. Stanley Loroeti. becona i mers, Mary Kloth, Karen Fry, Marilyn G "OYSTER OSTRAC1ZAT10N" Our word "ostracize" comes from the Greek for oyster and, originally, a person who was ostracized was one who had been voted from the community by ballots of oyster shells. .wood, Lorelle ~Fast* Stauffer. Karen Larson, Patricia Schmidt. Dolores Saunders. Marianne Small, Diane Jones. Elizabeth Priemer. Elvira Mongan. Linda Bachman. Barbara Potter. Third row— Instructor Elizabeth Noble, Saundra Thomas, Karen Barnhart. Lorraine Spickler, Seone Beck. Dolores Kapperman. Janet Fleer. Denise Burke. Patsy Wagaman, Beverly Lawrence, Sara Clark, Sandra Myers, Donna FRESH VS. SALTY Lake Nicaragua, 100-m lake in Nicaragua, is the fresh-water lake in the world ie-Iong taining salt-water fish. Sawfish weighing 700 pounds and sharks of 200 pounds are caught there. READY-MIXED CONCRETE & MORTAR 3mm Ipf J^ZuAPtTE MIX WILBUR LUMBER CO. 305 Commercial Alley Thursday, May 26, 1955 Honor Society Has Installation MT. MORRIS —(Special)— An impressive candlelight ceremony the present members of the high school National Honor Society of Mt. Morris inducted eight new members mto the organization on May 14. New members are chosen each year from the junior class. Fifteen per cent of the class members who rate in the upper 25 per cent scho-iastically are chosen each year on the basis of scholarship, leadership, service and character. The new members inducted from this year's junior class were Larry Bearman. Mary Jane Babler, Val erie Kable. Joyce Kinsley. Gene Hoffman, Adice* Tikalsky, "Cynthia Hopkins and Joyce spink. Alumni Banquet Planned in Polo POLO —(Special)— "Office Revolution" will be the subject of an address by George C. Boddiger at the alumni banquet of Polo Community High School to be held in the Town Hall Saturday at 7 p.m. An Hawaiian" theme will be fea- Honor Grads OHIO —(Special)— The breakfast to honor High school graduates in Immaculate Conception Church will be held Sunday at 10:30 in the church hall. Annual Luncheon OHIO —(Special)— Ohio Worn an's Club annual luncheon "ill be held June 2 at 1 p.m. in Maxson Manor. Oregon. Transportation will be furnished. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Clifford Anderson until noon Monday. Bearden. Marlene Stonebraker, Jeanne Davis. Christy Webster, Gail Allen, Instructor Ravmond Appier. Fourth row—Lynn Manis, David Bates. Ronald McNett. Bill Dunk. Doug Kaff. Gary Anderson. Brian Schelling. Dick Standerford. Susy Hall, Sybil Dotilen. Fred Kumdahl, Terry Kelson. Dave Nelson, Jim Wean, Kenny Barnhart. Nelson Notes LSON —(Special)— Mrs. Carl ike entertained the birthday in her home recently with Wiiliam Taber, Sterling, as . and Mrs. William Weber hosts at a birthday dinner Sunday honoring Mrs. Weber's lother, Mrs. Emma Bartholomew, Mrs. Mirl Trenholm, Mrs. John Trenholm and Randy and Mrs. E. is. Peoria, were weekend guests in the Elmer Wilder home. Archie McBride. a freight con ductor for the Chicago and North sm Railroad, was injured Monday at DeKalb when he was irown in the way car by a sudden .op of the train. He received a cut on his left arm. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fifield and Mr. and Mrs. William Miller.. Nelson, and Mr. and Mrs. James Breedon, Sterling, attended the funeral of Fifield's father, R. D. Fifield. Tuesday in Btida. A2c Donald Deak will leave Nelson June 1 for West' Palm Beach, Fla., where he will be stationed. Airman Deak has spent more than a month on leave with the Wallace Janssens, the Eugene Ortgiesens and Paul Deak. Airman Deak was stationed on Guam, and flev. through 16 typhoons. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fray, Maywood, visited recently in the Archie McBride home. Mr. and Mrs. John Gale, Mrs. Eugene Ortgiesen and Airman Donald Deak visited Connie Gale in Shriners' Hospital for Crippled Children, Chicago. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schnake entertained Sunday with a birthday dinner honoring the former's mother, Mrs. Frank Loescher, Dixon, and their son. Gerry Ray, who was one on May 23. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Gardner and Mrs. H. C. Frandsen,- Montebello, Calif.: Mrs. Edward T. Gardner Sr. and Mrs. J. V. (Pat) Gardner, Oak Park, visited last weekend in the home of their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ortgiesen. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Wilder and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wilder and family. Pekin, visited in the Elmer Wilder home Monday. Carl Kron. who suffered a fractured leg two weeks ago, had surgery Saturday in KSB Hospital, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Jeter will leave Saturday for Herrin to visit friends over Memorial Day weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nelson and Mardell. San Jose, visited in the Jake Gall home Saturday. Edward Hollenbeck, president of Ml Morris Grade School Teachers Plan Vacations MT. MORRIS — (Special) — Colorado has been chosen as the vaca-ion spot for a number of Mt. Moris grade school teachers and em ployes. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Thompson leave this weekend .for two weeks that state. Mrs. Kelsey, r instructor, will accompany her family to Colorado. Those planning to study in the western state Mrs. Lena Wood, Mrs. Grace Embick, Jenny Gleckier and Mrs. Dorothy Raney. Mrs. Robert Marshall. Mrs. Ruth Zellers and Mrs. Earl Baker will study in Rockford. Marjc Phellps will return to West State Normal College, Macomb. Mrs. Lee Hagemann will spend ■ part of her summer in Seattle, Wash., visiting her son and his family. Jane Wingard plans shorter trips, but will spend much of the summer in Mt. Morris. Mrs. Robert McNett will spend two weeks in Phellps, Wis. Mrs. Bessie Withers and Mrs. Marion Schrei-ber plan to stay at home. Mrs. Verna Westfall will spend June and July at her summer cottage at Grand Beach, Mich. Elizabeth Noble will attend the summer ses sion at Northwestern University. David Rahn and Raymond Appier will be employed in the area. Lola Miller will attend summer school in South Dakota. Marjorie Eames and Mrs. Ralph Crowell have not completed their vacation plans. Lee Center Girl to Study in Capitol MONMOUTH — (Special) — Sail; Smith, daughter of Mr." and Mrs Fielding Smith, Lee Center, a jun ior at Monmouth College, wil spend the first semester of next year in Washington, D. C. For tine third year. Monmouth will have representatives at the American University, studying under the Washington Semester Plan. Sally plans to conduct her research project on the National Theatre, a plan which has several times been introduced into the House. the Combelt Livestock Feeders Association, attended the Sand Hill Cattle Growers convention in Alliance, Neb., recently. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rinke, Troy, N. Y., recently visited Mrs. Rinke's cousin, Earle D. Stitzel, means... BAREFOOT SANDALS! Si 66 Former Nelsonite Dies in Elmkurst NELSON — (Special) — Fred Coxwell, S". formerly of Nelson, died Monday in Elmhurst. Mr. Coxwell, when he lived here, was a conductor for the Chicago and North Western Railroad. Congratulations, Mt. Morris Eighth Grade Graduates of 1955 Centennial Begins Sunday Religious Day will open Morri->n's week of centennial celebra-m on Sunday, when special serves will be held in each of th« churches in the morning and a huge outdoor union service in the Church News FIRST LUTHERAN Ohio Rev. John K. Burritt Sunday, 10 a.m. Worship service. 11 a.m. Sunday school. • Wednesdav, 2 :30 p. m. Ladies Aid. June 6-10, Daily Vacation Bible Being held at the high school athletic field at 2:30 p.m. under- the auspices of the Morrison Ministerial Association, there will be seats ,000 people on the bleachers. The service will be conducted from a platform across the track, under the direction ot a group oi locai ministers. Morrison's IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Ohio Rev. T. C. Wujek Saturday, 3:30 to 4:30 and 7 to S p.m., Confessions. Sundav, 7:30 and 9:30 a.m. Mass. Marlis Happ. Van Orin, PUBLIC SQUARE DANCE Sponsored by RURAL YOUTH Held on the Main Street in Franklin Grove SATURDAY, MAY 28th , From 9:00 to 12:00 CURTIS BRICKEY - - - Caller IKENS TRIO .... Music ISE IT JUT MCE... LASTS 2M.IM MILES! NOW! POSITIVE PROOF! BY LATEST ATOMIC RESEARCH , METHODS: TRACER TESTS USING RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES Here's Htm Motahy Works.. . White Yoti Drive! L Simply drop iour Motaloy 3. h, driving. Motaloy goes tabs in »ehicl«'« fuel tank. mto "suspension" in Thai's alH gasoline. 3, The gasoline-Motaloy solu- 4- Hash fire and heat start tier, passes to engine. Motaloy working to remove combustion chambers. carbou deposits. MOTALOY IS PROVEN! Millions of miles of driving prove that Motaloy's action on worn engine parts actually oil and repair bills. Order Motaloy for your car right START SAVING MONCYI MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY! Motaloy of Illinois ^JTiT7TFJ7F 98 Galena Ave. — Dixon. III. (lor informttre* M MislH) pswhtiss. chtet hara ( ] WANTED ■ Dealers • • full time and part time •alesmen. You can make monry fast with fast-selling MOTALOY. Write for retails to Area Students High in State Latin Contest MT. MORRIS —(Special)— Com peting; in the State Latin contest. nich was held on uie campus 01 Lake Forest College. Lake Forest, Neal Johnston and Nelson Potter, Mt. Morris, both achieved superior anking, equivalent to first and ;econd places. Since only two per-;ons were given this ranking, the nethod used for recording winners does not indicate the order of rank .ithin a winning division, thus making it impossible to know which of these boys had the better paper. Both boys were competing m the Latin II division and distinguished themselves again as being the top-notch Latin students 'among the "B " schools of the state of Illinois. All the contestants were entertained by Lake Forest College at a luncheon, following the contests, and were given the *opportunity later of touring the beautiful Lake Forest campus. Franklin Soldier Completes Course FORT EUSTIS, Va. — (Speci.il)-Pvt. Donald G. Wiseman, son 0 Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wiseman, Franklin Grove, recently was graduated from the Army's Transportation School at Fort Eustis, Va. Pvt. Wiseman completed the school's harbor craft crewman course, in which he was taught maintenance or small sels. During the course he took a training cruise to apply his know ledge gained in the classroom. Wiseman entered tne av Dec mber and ining at Camp Chaffee. Ark. He is a graduate of Franklin Grovf High School. Vain Thief 5 I1ST - Starts at Dusk LAST TIMES TONITE! FRIDAY & SATURDAY DOl BLi; FEATURE IBs I cSffff mm mim AND ALSO fSfMPI OCA7H Ohio Notes OHIO —(Special)— Mr. and Mrs. ! eter Yepsen. Marengo, spent Sunny with Mrs. Frances Jensen. Mrs. Joseph Doran Sr.. Esther Hickey, Ross Doran and Will Fitz- uatrick were entertained at the L. Lynch home in Geneva Sun-;. In the afternoon they attend ed Youth Citizenship Day at Marilon Military Academy. Aurora, here Jerry Lynch is a member of the 1955 graduating class. Mrs. Guy Morton left Saturday o visit at the home of Mr. and Irs. Carlyle Morton, Oak Lawn, .nd will attend the eighth grade ommencement exercises of her randdaughter, Caroline Morton. Patsy Gugerty, Davenport, Iowa, pent the weekend with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gug- Mrs. Robert Eidenmiller and her father, Raymond Fitzpatrick, went to Hmes Hospital Saturday. Mr. Eidenmiller returned home with them.. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Coakley and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Clark, Chicago, visited Luella and Nellie Byrne the past week. The Rev. John Burritt, Mrs. Lester Morgensen, Mrs. Ivan loder and Mrs. Leroy Norden spent Tues day in Clinton. Iowa, attending tne Northern Illinois Group Convention of the Lutheran Women's Missionary- Federation. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walker, DeKalb, were dinner guests at the John Walker home Sunday and attended baccalaureate services at the high school that evening. Mrs. Evan Ewalt went to Enid, Okla., by plane Wednesday to attend her class anniversary at Phillips University, and will return Fri- Mrs. Carl Morgensen, McNabb. was a Sunday dinner guest at the Lyle Morgensen home and attended the high school baccalaureate. Mr. and Mrs. John Walker visited in the Edward Walwer home. Clinton, Iowa, recently. Anothei brother of Mrs. Walker was alsc present, Lieut. Ben Walwer, whe has been stationed at Lackland Air Base in California. Mrs. M. A. FaJey entertained CDA members and guests a! church hall recently. of the First Methodist Church at Fort Dodge. Ia., will be main speaker at the union ice and will use as his topic, s of Hope. Formerly of First Methodist Church of Clinton. Iowa, the speaker has held pastorates at Cleveland, Clairsville and Loveland, Colo., Rapid City, Soutn Dakota, and Dubuque, Iowa. Born in Ohio, he received his secondary education in Akron and Cleveland, Ohio, an A. B. degree from Ohio Wesleyan. M. A. degree from Boston University, STB Boston University school of theology and D.D. at Cornell College. The Ministerial Association has extended an invitation to persons of every race, creed and color to attend the church of their choice in the morning and the huge union service at the fairgrounds in the afternoon, which officially opens the celebration honoring the 100th birthday of Morrison. Memorial Day .will see another huge centennial gathering in Morrison when a program will be followed by a parade at 3 p.m. featuring the Kewanee Black Knight* drum and bugle corps, the Morrison high school band, an Illinois National Guard weapons exhibit and other features. Polo Groups List Events POLO — (Special) — Members of the V.F.W. and auxiliary will attend Memorial Services at Emmanuel E.U.B. Church Sunday morning, and in the afternoon they will march in the centennial parade On Tuesday evening the Junior Girls of the. V.F.W. auxiliary will have installation of officers. The Ideal Club will meet in the home of Mrs. Kathryne Beck lor dessert Friday at 1 p.m., followed by the husiness meeting and program. The subject of the progran will be "Utah," and wiil be presented by Mrs. Mabelle Stoncr. The Willing Workers class of Elk-horn E.U.B. Sunday school will meet Friday at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. LeRoy Harrow. The Pin Cre( Fan Bure; will meet in the Pine Creek Christian Church Tuesday evening. Th9 committee is Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Stuff, Mr. and Mrs. Powell Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. John Schul-fe. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Powell and Mr. and Mrs. Garret Kreger. The noonday luncheon of the Polo Rotary club was held Tuesday. Vernon Muller, Mt. Morris, showed pictures taken while he was vacationing- in Florida. Pine Creek Community school picnic will be held in Lowell Park Sunday at noon. In case of rain, it will be held at the schoolhouse. FIRST RACE The first international yacht racs took place on Aug. 22, 1851, when the yacht America, owned by J. C. Stevens of the United States, de- ENJOY A LONG HOLIDAY SHOP FRIDAY NIGHT! Also ENJOY These LOW, LOW PRICES! : . - TENNIS OXFORDS dixon:s sm LOWEST D O. W PRICES |\ <X Summertime SHOE STORE n and airy. gives little feet full protection. DIXON'S LARGEST SELECTION Nev ... ~ \ > .
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