Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 26, 1955 · Page 15
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 15

Dixon, Illinois
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Thursday, May 26, 1955
Page 15
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Congratulations, Oregon Eighth Grade Graduating Class of '55 9 a 1 a § a Q a • ii OREGON EIGHTH GRADE ri'PILS who graduate tonight are •hown above. Front row deft to right)-David Markle, Charlene Harriett. Jacqueline Zimmerman. Delores Deyo, David Clardie, Marilyn Mattison. Beverly Kolpak. Linda Garkey. Daryl Stein-hagen. Lazr.elta Whetsel. Marcia Allen. Sharon Stevens. Tommy James Pattv Hamilton, Bernadine Schaefer. Joanne Meader. Bill Burger, Linda Orsted. Phvllis Hay. Karen Gatz. Alice Smith. Second row— Judv Wachlin, Bob Trampel, Carolyn Cates, Wayne The Dixon Evening Telegraph Thursday, May 26. 1955 Page 15 Interfaith Tour Catholic and Jewish religious lead ers and educators to mane a joint pilgrimage to the Holy Land have hPpr> announced. It will be the sec ond interfaith trip sponsored by the Dr. John Sutherland Bonnell, New York Presbyterian pastor, Refrigerator-Freezer Over 12 cubic feet SAVE UP TO s200= Model LH-12M • True Zero-degree Freeier • Automatic Defrost Refrigerator Section • Ice Cream Rack-Juice Can . Dispenser • Adjustable Door Shelves • Fold-away Bottle Racks spfotf- many other features! Come in and see it today! Hughes, Zita Bublitz, Bob Martin. Audrey Stomberg. Mike Sassa-man Joan Orsted. James Davis. Betty Otten, John Goley. Sharon Mongon. Charles Kump, Beverly Camfield, Dennis Henderson. Janice Palmer. Stephen Gelander, Patty Meiers, Dave Johnson, Judy Harris Ronnie Gatz. Beryl Smith. Third row— Joseph C. Reed Jr Nancy Fenner. Maurice Haney. Esther Sheats, Dallas Stevens Judv Moore. Robert Johnson. Shirley Donaldson. Charles Hendren, Janet Turner, LaMonte Aurand, Margaret Holden, Ted Weekly Work Day KOKOMO. Ind. W— Things may be different in another 25 years if you can hold out that long. Dr. J. LHiznn X4m ^u. r ii |k G. E. 0 REFRIGERATOR Hart Walsh, dean of education at Butler University in Indianapolis, told the Rotary Club the work week may be only 5 to 10 hours by 1980. Want to glaze your pie crust? Brush with slightly beaten egg white before baking and sprinkle with sugar. TRUCKLOAD SALE FAZZITS TRUCKLOAD of GENERAL ELECTRIC "REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER" IS GOING FAST . . . BE SURE TO SEE THESE BARGAINS THIS WEEK! 499.95 ™»*..hs s1 50.00 YOU PAY AS $QAQ QR LITTLE AS Ulil-iJ J + PLUS + This $49.95 Big Boy Charcoal Brazier Complete with Motor, Hood, Tongs, Cutting Board, Wheels and Tray AT NO EXTRA COST TO YOU! (SWELL FOR YOUR MEMORIAL DAY OUTING) 6.E. REFRIGERATOR PRICES START AT s219.95 Gann, Katherine Noon, Richard Fruin, Deanna Hepfer, Larry Ey-kamp, Karen Young. John Rasmussen, Karen Woodrick. Pat Sassa-man. Fourth row— Gary Robinson. Sharon Hollett, Allan Lewison, Ardith Strock. Bill Donaldson. Sheryl Davis. Steven Curtis. Judy Blake. Eric Bry. Shirley Rowland. Bob Seibert. Donna Claussen, Gerald Young. Jeaneue" Schramer. James Black. Barbara Buker, Gary Yount, Anna Lee Jones, Bob Janssen, Carol Catey. Alabama Bills Would Keep Segregation in Schools MONTGOMERY. Ala. (tfi— Bills designed to preserve .segregated schools in Alabama and provide :r cent tax on all types of ising were introduced Tues- the Alabama House, proposal by Rep. James De-would levy a tax on adver- in newspaper, magazines. periodicals, signs, billboards, and idio anci television stations, e tax would be based on gross pts from such advertising and proceeds would be earmarked for the state's elementary schools. A delinquent taxpayer would not be in default and would also be Del Monte Golden Cream Style CORN 303 Tin 2 29« Del Monte Blended SUGAR PEAS 303 Tin 2 f°r 37° Del Monte PEACHES Y. C. SLICED or HALVES 29- Del Monte PINEAPPLE JUICE No. 2 Tin 2"r25c liable to a 20 per cent penalty. The segregation bill sponsored by Rep. Gregory Oakley would change the state Constitution t> read that the state "may provide' separate schools for the white and says separate schools must be pro- Oakley's bill also provides that "no white, or colored child shall compelled* to attend a school whi the races are comingled. A sirloin steak that is about l'.s inches thick, will weigh 3 to pounds. V YOU CAN OBTAIN A COMPLETE SET PERFECTION BRAND 25-Year Guarantee ALUMINUM WARE FREE By Trading at Our Store These pieces and a hundred others -- absolutely free to our customers. We are dividing our profits -- we are making it more than worth while to TRADE WITH US. iy2-qt. Double Boiler NO ADVANCE IN PRICES Come in and see our beauti ful display of Perfection Aluminum ware. A<lU for catalogue describ- 5-qt. Tea Kettle ing the different pieces. Let us stand the expense of equipping your kitchen with - Aluminum Cooking Utensils. Full Particulars at Our Store MURPHY'S CERTIFIED MARKET 719 BRINTON AVE. 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