Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 27, 1955 · Page 5
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Dorothy Chapter Observes Advance Officers Night Nearly 250 members and friends were in Attendance when Dorothy Chapter. Order of the Eastern Star, observed its annual "Advance Of ficers Night." Advancing officers were: Nadme Stem. Worthy Ma tron: Vernon Stein, Worthy Patron; Jean Brown. Associate Matron; and Lillian Lewis, Conductress. Other Associate Matrons and As sociate Patrons of the Rock River Valley serving as officers were: Otto Allen, Starlight Chapter, Rockton, Associate Patron; Leah Rosbrook, Freeport Chapter, Secretary; Vera Brainerd. Rock Fall* Chapter, Treasurer; Eunice Dirk-sen. St. Elmo Chapter. Pecatonica. Associate Conductress: Florence Hildebrand. Anna Cole Chapter, Kirkland, Chaplain; Justine Re-mour. Sinnissippi Chapter, Oregon. Marshall; Lois Brown, Primrose Chapter, Morrison, Organist; Jessie Collins. Salome Chapter, Kochelle, Adah; Marie Lundquist, Corinthian Chapter, Polo, Ruth; Gerda Ridenour, Forest City Chapter, Rockford, Esther; Joyce Kuhse, Stockton Chapter. Martha; Ethel Banks, Cherry Valley Chapter, Electa; Aleta Collison. Rock-ford Chapter. Warder; Leslie Re-mour, Sinnissippi Chapter. Oregon, Sentinel, and Garth Dirksen. St. Elmo Chapter, Pecatonica, Color Bearer. j Frances Dyar, Worthy Matron' and Ray Krug. Worthy Patron, were seated in the East and welcomed the guests. The chapter room was lovely with high baskets of spring flowers and yellow tapers in the East. Mildred Boelter, Associate Matron of Mt. Morris Chapter and Fern Allen, Associate Matron of Starlight Chapter, Rockton, lighted the tapers. As the Advancing Worthy Matron was escorted to the East, an escort of officers and members of Dorothy Chapter formed in her honor. After the guest officers were introduced, Emma Stiles, soloist, and a member of Dorothy Chapter, welcomed them in song. She was N. accompanied by Dorothy Fiscel, organist of uorotny ^napiei Under escort 13 members of Grand Chapter Committees, eluding Beulah Tennant, a r her of the Publicity Committee of the Grand Chapter, whe vited to sit in the East, three Grand Lecturers, seven Worthy Matrons and three Worthy Patrons. 12 Past Matrons of Dorothy Chapter, nine Past Matrons and five Past Patrons of visiting chapters were introduced. Guest of Honor, Lucille Lamm, Associate Matron of Sterling Chapter, was escorted, introduced and greeted in song. As she was escorted to the East, officers and members of Sterling Chapter formed an escort in her honor. Six Associate Matrons and 12 Associate Patrons were escorted and introduced. Myron Lamm, Associate Patron, of Sterling Chapter, was guest in the East. Conductresses of Dorothy Chapter, Jean Brown, and Lillian Lew is, were escorted, introduced and greeted in song at this time, followed bv 13 conductresses and si> associate conductresses of visiting chapters. Worthy Matron, Fran ces Dyar, called on the honored guests in the JSast lor a tew remarks. Following the meeting a recep tion was held and refreshments were served in the dining room. The tables were attractively dec orated in scenes showing the four seasons of the year. Grace Lou ise Crawford. Past Matron of Dorothy Chapter and Flossie Brown, a member of Dorothy Chapter, had charge of the gift table. Vernon and Nadine Stein - had charge of the social committee. Walton School The Walton school pupils will present a program at 8 o'clock Sunday evening, May 29, in the Walton hall. Mesdames Margaret Payne, Marcella Momssey and Margaret Blackburn are the teachers. A complete program will appear on Saturday's society page. Uoanne Yount Miss Joanne Yount, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Yount. 942 Brinton Ave., has been invited to join Kappa Epsilon Alpha freshman woman's honorary society at the University of Missouri. Members are selected on the basis of grades and activities. Miss Yount. who is majoring in education, is also a member of Pi Beta Phi social sorority. She will arrive in Dixon around June 5. to spend the summer with her parents. Joanne Watts Is May Bride! SOCIETY NEWS Dixonites to Wheaton for Church Nuptial When Miss Joanne Watts and Tom Callinan were wed in St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church, Wheaton, 111. the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Snyder and her uncle and aunt, the Arthur Toftes. Dixon, were among those attending. The May 7. bride is a aaugnter or jwr. ana Mrs. Russell Watts, Wheaton, former Dixonites. The bridegroom is son of Mrs. Arthur Arnold, Park Ridge, and Tom Callinan, Villa Park. The Rev. George Cooper performed the double ring ceremony. James Quinn, Dixon, was vocal soloist accompanied by Richard Klein, Wheaton. at the organ. He sang "The Lord's Prayer" and "Because." Given in marriage by her father, the bride was lovely in a ballerina length gown of white lace over satin. Her fingertip veil fell from a crown of seed pearls and she earned pink Miss Joyce Voirol. Wheaton. the bride's attendant' wore a rose taffeta frock with hoop skirt. Her flowers were white roses. Alfred Partin. Galesburg, serv ed his brother-in-law as best man. Robert Krone, cousin of the bridegroom, and Albert Savegnago ush ered. The bride's mother wore a beige linen suit with matching accesso- s and a corsage of white or chids. Home Reception A wedding reception was held ir the home of the bride, immediately following the ceremony. Assisting with hostess duties were the Miss es Shirley Sitter, Kay Trotter, Pat Nolan and Verna Mills, all of Dix- When the newlyweds departed for a wedding trip to Colorado Springs, the bride donned a salmon colored linen suit with white accessories. They are now residing in Warrenville, HI. A Dixon high school graduate, the bride was formerly employed by the Dixon Home Telephone Co. She is now with the Illinois Bell Telephone Co. in Wheaton as is her husband. A Wheaton Community high school graduate, the bridegroom attended the University of Nebraska where he was a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. He served with the coast gua^fc during the Korean war. Wedding guests were present om Galesburg. Villa Park. Dix-i, Pontiac. Chicago, Warrenville and Lombard. Job's Daughters Mothers Club Has Banquet, Party When the Job's Daughters Moth ers' club held its annual banquet and card party Monday evening at rium rtouow gou club, council members of Job's Daughters were guests. Mrs. Lyle Melvin, retiring guardian of Job's Daughters, was presented a gift from the club. Mrs. Harold Coss. the new guardian, will take office in June. Mr3. Wilson Walker, club president, conducted a short business meeting. Election of two officers, Mrs. Walter Krug, secretary-treasurer and Mrs. Lawrence Cappa, phone chairman, was held. Mrs. Krug replaces Mrs. Lyle Wade and Mrs. Cappa, Mrs. William Wolfe. Mrs. Walker introduced Mrs. Allen Whitmer, who will take over as president in June when her daugh- Jackie, becomes honored queen. Jackie will be installed June 14. Prize winners for the evening ere: Mrs. Vincent Slothower, high and Mrs. Burdette Sanderson, con solation in bridge; Mrs. Lee Rintoul, high and Mrs. Leonard Spellmyer, consolation, canasta, ana Mrs. Wilbur Maves, high and Mrs. Kenneth Dusing, consolation in bunco. FRAIRIEYTLLE CIRCLE The Prairieville Social circle will meet with a 12:30 o'clock scramble dinner Wednesday, June 1. in ihe home of Mrs. Frank Beck, 1306 Third ave., Sterling. For the Graduate Hallmark Cards Zipper linden Bibles, Portfolios College Dictionaries Hess Book Store SWAP PHOTOS For SCHOOL CHILDREN We Will Take Your Picture in Our Studio and Produce 1 ft IVi * 314 Inch Gloss SI 00 1 0 Photos— Total Price SATURDAY, MAY 28th— 9 ».m. to 8 p.m. No Appointment Needed HOMER B. SCHILDBERG, STUDIO 209 Peoria Ave. — Dixon, 111. Bin i k, Jk.^l r 10< Turemrvr. iv WAR RENVILLE £ The bride is the former Joanne Wat graduate. Jean Welch Is New Stewardess With Eastern Miss Jean Welch, granddaugh ter of Mrs. Mae Miller, 741 North Galena av., Dixon, has recently become a stewardess for Eastern Airlines. Miss Welch is the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Welch, Chicago, former Dixonites, and lived in Dixon as a child. Jean is based in Hapeville, Ga. War Moth ers The Lee County chapter of American War Mothers met recently in the home of Mrs Viola Strub. A fne dollar donation was •oted to the Youth Center and S10 to National headquarteis of the American War Mothers. Thank vou letters were read from the Danville Veterans hospital for seveial large sacks of car pet rags and jigsaw puzzles and also from the Veterans Domicil iary, Clinton, la. for books, games and carpet rags. Mr. and Mrs. Tom uauman,. Party Honors Helen Vogel Misses Ellen Lauer, Amboy. and Celia Dieteiie, Dixon, entertained Wednesday evening with a dinner and lmen shower at the Rainbow Inn honoring, Miss Helen Vogel. Miss Vogel and Theodore Gaul ; wed Saturday evening. Spring av. ers were used in decorating e table. Guests included Misses Virginia alen, Irene Atkinson, and Helen Mclntyre. Wed 40 Years POLO — Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dew, Oregon, formerly of Polo, will observe their 40th wedding anni versary Sunday, May 29. £ riends re invited to call during the aft ernoon. r is a son of the William Polo, and Mrs. Dew, the former Mabel Coursev is a dausrn- of Jesse and the late Mrs. Coursey. They have one daughter, Frank (Margaret) Yount, Lie-; two sons, Glen. DeKalb and Robert. Freepoit and three granddaughters. SEE OUR LINE OF GREETING CARDS COOK'S FtOWER & GIFTS Second Floor A\MllBHUllL/%^ CUE SlIEilgAVWClE Dixon's Home-Like Funeral Home NO PARKING PROBLEMS Phone 2-8671 710 3rd Street VALUABLE COUPON THIS COUPON IS WORTH 10° On t he Purchase 10° of One Pint of Lawton's i COTTAGE CHEESE ! 4 DAYS ONLY— THURSDAY, MAY 26th THRU | SUNDAY, MAY 29th | REDEEM THIS COUPON AT ANY , LAWTON'S j Dairy Island Store or Drive-In , The Dixon Evening Telegraph— Dixon, Illinois Amvet Auxiliary Plans Memorial Day Activities When the Amvet auxiliary met recentlv in the home of president, Mrs. Carroll Yeast, plans were nade for participation in the Memorial Day parade. The auxiliary will place a wreath at the Chapel Hill cemetery and conduct short memorial service as in previous years. Mrs. Mary Sanford made her re port which concerned sending a boy scout to camp tnis summer. Three boys were selected from the Dixon troop as candidates. A donation of $5 was made to cancer fund and a donation was also sent to District 2, Amvet aux iliary to be used toward expenses jfor a carnival at Downey veterans hospital, June 21 and 22. it was also announced a buffet supper will be ed May 29, in Chicago, by the state department of the Amvet auxiliary, to 450 servicemen. A donation was made to the USO for this purpose. President Yeast reported on the district 2 meeting in Molme. She attended as did Frank Heckman. \mvet commander. The Amvet •tate convention will be June 16-19 n Kankakee. There will be dele gates from Dixon. ; decided to have White Clover Day. the Amvet'3 only tag day of the year, Aug. 13. All members are urged to be present for the auxiliary s meeting. June 7 at 8 p.m. i heme of Mrs. Yeast. This w the final meeting of the season. Picnics will be held during the summer months for the Am vets, auxiliary and families. Practical Club For their last meeting until fall, Practical club members enjoyed a 1 o'clock luncheon Tuesday at Max- on's Manor. One guest. Mrs. Ron-Id Martin, Boston, daughter of .Irs. Vernon Mays, was present. Social Calendar Tonight Minnie Belle Rebekah Lodge to entertain Distinct 8 lodges in IOOF ill. 8 o'clock. Bend school picnic on school grounds. 7 'o'clock. Saturday Dinner-dance at Dixon Country club. Flowers for MEMORIAL DAY • GLADS • PEONIES • ROSES • CARNATIONS • WREATHS O CEMETERY VASES • COMBINATION PLANTERS Open All Day Sunday, Monday 'till Noon. Carry's Greenhouse 1307 West Fourth Street Phone 3-8051 Engaged MR. AND MRS. LLOYD KERLEY. 222 East Sixth St.. Dixon, announce jngagement of their daugnter. Connie Lou Smothers, to Maynard Cross, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cross. Lanark. The bride elect is a student at the Katherine Shaw Bethea School of Nursing, Dixon. For Miss Leer A linen shower honor Miss Nancy Leer, bride elect, was given lecenlly m the home of Mrs. Dor-rance Thompson. Hostesses weie Mesdames Dorrance and William Thompson. Miss Leer and Mel Walker will be wed May 29. Dubs bridge was enjoyed by the 14 guests. A recipe card file was presented the honoree with each guest presenting her their favorits recipe. The hostesses served freshments. Cook sliced fresh mushrooms and strips of onion together in a little butter or margarine. Use as a filling for a supper omelet. Sprinkle the top of the omelet with lots of minced parsley or chives. BUNIONS? GET CONFORMAL SHOES Molded to Your Individual Arches Today ERZINGER'S Faster, Better Typing The New Remington ^^^^^^^f Atttr Smill _ERS Dixon. Illinois iiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^ CORRECTION 1 Roses Were Advertised at $1.50 per doz. § | SHOULD HAVE READ ROSES '2.50 DM COOK'S FLOWERS miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiMiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHir: 8 Looking for o Gift for the Graduate? A CAMERA from the Hintz Camera Shop Would Be a Happy Choice WI HAVE Many Styles to Select From. Store Open SATURDAY Until 9:00 p. m. Friday, May 27, 1955 Jones Students Give Recital at Loveland House Piano students of Mrs. Russell Jones, Grand Detour, were present- recital May 20. in Loveland Community House, Dixon. PART I JfST FOR FUN' Son? of Groptinc . . ._ Class v Fads . (Arr K L»vin»l Lock? Beiorlv Rped— Sunn Carlson warn D.inro .. H-rk:r.r Linda t the Color . Shai SOMETHING TO THINK \BOL"T God Bless There's a new canned macaroni out. It comes 'with a tomato-mushroom fiauce in a 15H-ounce can. Try heating and serving it with crisp strips of bacon and a green salad for lunch. Otdf $1-50 WEEKLY WUftLITIIR ORGANS Come in today Phone 2-7861 MILLER MUSIC STORE 101 Peoria Ave. — Dixon Page 5 At Country Club Thursdav afternoon's play for th« Dixon Country club lady golfer* was interrupted by the weatherman. Because of the showers, blind bogey prizes were awarded for the first four holes. Winners were: Low putts, Mrs. R. J. Peterson and blind bogey, Mrs. Paul Egbert and Mrs. Utley Noble. The ladies were joined by their husbands at the dinner hour. DIXON VISITOR Mrs. A. A. Stoeckle, Los Angeles, Calif., will arrive May 30, for a vis* ith the Lyle M. Prescous, Snore es. June 1, Mrs. Stoeckle will accompany the Prescotts to Dan- Va., where they will attend the June 6 graduation of their daughter, Sallie, from Stratford >r college.^ Guaranteed Cold Fur Storage WEEKEND SPECIAL Friday & Saturday 1 Lb. Box Assorted Chocolates Reg. $1.35 1.00 (1 too customer) 9&m CASH and CARRY SPECIALS All Ready to Take Glads $2.00 Do, Carnations Ss2.00 do Roses *2.50do, Mixed Bouquet in Cemetery Vase, $2.50 Sorry, No Phone or Advance Orders on These Specials. THERE IS A LIMITED SUPPLY ME3IORLVL DAY STORE HOURS: SATURDAY — 8 : 00 a,m. to 9:00 p.m. SUNDAY — 8 : 00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon MONDAY— 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. COOK'S FLOWERS 108 E. First Street 4 Get GOOD Help In a Hurry! You can often hire the best help the least expensive way . . . Dy spenmng as little as Sx.05 for a Want Ad. Just give us the facts . . . and we'll help vou write an ad that will pull results fast! PHONE 2-1111 For Want Ad Taker READ AND USE THE WANT ADS ARCHIVE® N ARCHIVE1 FWSPAPFR FWSPAPER

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