Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 27, 1955 · Page 13
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OREGON — (Special) — Memorial Day set-vices will lje held in Oregon Monday in the cemetery on Third Street. All organizations taking part in the parade will gath er at the Coliseum at 10 a.m. Marchers will form ranks on the north side of the Coliseum and March south on Fifth Street to Live Court House where wreaths will tie placed on World War I and II memorials. The marchers will go to Jefferson Street, then east to Fourth Street and pause at Third Street at the Civil War and Spanish American War memorials for ihe placing of wreaths. The parade will continue east to Third Street and go north to the cemetery. Fred Deuth will be master of ceremonies at the cemetery. Wilbur Cline will he parade marshal. Taking part in the parade will be Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, city officials. Woman's relief Corps, high school band. Mothers of World War II, Scouts and affiliated organizations. Col. John Earle, Dixon, will give the address during the program in the cemetery. Others taking part in the program will be the Rev. John Derden, invocation: the Rev. Fred Anderson, benediction: high school band; Oregon •'Chords:" Woman's Relief Corps; Girl Scouts. V. F. W. firing squad, and Reiman Robbins and Christ Martin, who will play "Taps." The parade will return to the Coliseum to disband. Sandy Hill Mass will be celebrated in St. Michael's Mission Chapel, Sandy Hill, May Township, Monday at 11 Steward STEWARD — fSpecial)— Memorial Day services will be held Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in Steward Methodist Church. The Rev. Joe Caldwell will be the speaker, and Irving Ame is in charge of the program. After the program, the children will march to the cemetery to decorate the soldiers' graves. Ohio OHIO —(Special)— Ohio's Me morial Day program will be held in the high school auditorium Monday at 10:30 a.m. The high school band will furnish music, and the American Legion wm present the colors. The Rt John K. Burritt will give the in1 cation and the benediction. The Rev. Robert Donovan. W ton, will give the address. 1 Gettvsburg Address will be recit and the mixed chorus will sing two Folic Id re graves. The committee in charge in cludes Ivan Ioder. chairman; Jack jVeis. vice chairman; Mrs. Francis Ryan, secretary; Mrs. Curtis Saltz- man. program, chairman: Mrs. Evan Ewalt. Mrs. Delmar Farrell, Lester Morgensen and Bill Sisler. Anyone with flowers to donate for the graves is asked to bring mem to tne scnoot Sunday afternoon, or call Mrs. Ivan Krieger, 2291, to have them picked up. Birdcage Walk and Eel Pie Lane are names of streets in London, England. Stop their costly damage before it spreads Once termites start their hidden attack in your home their damage can mount rapidly. If you wait too long to stop them, costly repairs becom« necessary. Don't delay — at the first indication of termite trouble call Termini*, world's largest termite control organization, for free inspection. 3-WAT 6UARANTIC You can depend on Termini* Service — guaranteed by: 1. Local Bruce Terminixliceniee. 2. E. L. Bruce Co.. worlds largeft maker of hardwood floors. 1. Sun Insurance Office, Ltd. for Fre* lr)tp*ttien, ROSS CRAWFORD PHONE 2-3264 221 East Second Street Dixon, Illinois NewspaperRRCHIVE* MT. MORRIS — fSpecial) — The Wth annual observance of Memorial Day will be held Monday in Mt. Morris. The parade and memorial services will be under the direction of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. The parade will begin at 9:45 m. The line of march will begin at the post office, go east to Wesley Ave., south to Center Street, east to McKendrie, north to Front treet and west to liable Square, •here the services will be held. The Memorial Day address will be given by the Rev. Luther Coop-errider of the Lutheran church. VFW Commander Don McCready has announced the order of the par ade as follows: Parade marshal John Kiely. Commander McCready. VFW colors and firing squad, VFW bers. American Legion firing squad and colors. Legion mem bers, baton twirlers. VFW auxiliary nd Legion auxiliary. Bov Scouts. Cub Scouts, Sea Scouts, Girl Scouts and Brownies and school children. Russell Stonebraker will be in charge of the VFW firing squad nd Len Highbarger will lead the Legion firing squad. The services at the band shell will open with the invocation by the Coopernder. General Logan's Orders will be read by Commander McCready. Carol Rittenhouse wil ead "In Flanders Field." Clar-?nce Tracy, accompanied by Mrs Glorynne Root, will sing "America The Eeautiful." Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address" rill be given by Jerry Wallace, followed oy the address by Re Cooperrider. At the close of the program ; the band shell evervone will retii the memorial fountain where the ceremonies will continue. Wreaths 11 be placed by the VFW auxil iary and Legion auxiliary to honor GAR veterans, Spanish War dead, World War I and n veterans and the Unknown Soldier. These wreaths will be placed fol lowing the reading of the Roll of Honor by William Webster, newlv elected commander of the VFW. The VFW firing squad will fire a salute to all the honored dead fol lowed by "Taps" played by Don Mills. The benediction will then be given by the Rev. Cooperrider. Services will close by the National Anthem. Amboy AMBOY —(Special)— In the annual Memorial Day services to be held in Amboy Monday, the Rev. Jack Brown, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Amboy, will be the main speaker. The program is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. in the Amboy High School gymnasium. The program will be: Music by the Amboy High School band, prayer by the" Rev. O. C. Jones. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag by the Boy Scouts. Troop 63: moment of silent prayer in'memo-ry of war dead, welcome by Dr. W. J. McNee. commander of Amboy Jones Post, VFW; reading, "Lincoln's Gettysburg Address." by Mrs. Allison Blake, reading of General Logan's Memorial Day Orders by Mrs. Gilbert Forman of the WRC, duet by Mrs. Charles Elliott and Miss Irene Westcott, remarks by Mayor J. P. Walsh, address by the Rev. Brown, grave mony with all veterans' organ-ons, prayer by the Rev. J. M. AMBOY —(Special)— The Rev. Paul Lechner, pastor of the Im-manuel Lutheran Churches in Amboy and Dixon, will deliver the. .ent address torn—it, graduates of Amboy High School receive their diplomas. The exercises will begin in the high school auditorium at 8 p.m. The program will include the processional and receessional played by the high school band; the invocation and benediction given by the Rev. Arthur L. Bachand of St. James Church and the Shaws Church and numbers by the band. Valedictorian Eileen Donnelly and Salutatorian Janice Zabel. and honor students. Marilyn Bothe. John Liggett and Geraldine Wolfe will be introduced. Supt. Marshall K. Berner will present the class, and diploma.^ will be presented by William A. Keho, president of the board of education. •Acceptance of the diplomas will be made by the president of the Goodheart. closing music by the high school band. Following the program at the high school, the veterans wiil march to Green River bridge on U.S. Route 52 for memorial services for naval heroes and will then march to the WRC Hall for memorial services there. class, Richard Wiser. The "Alma Mater" will be sung by the si ensemble. Polo OES Has 'Friends' Night POLO —(Special)— Corinthean Chapter. OES, observed "Friends Night" Tuesday with approximate ly 100 in attendance. The station; included Worthy Matron Frances Dyer, Worthy Patron Ray Krug, both of Dorothy Chapter; Associate Matron Justine Remour and Associate Patron Leslie Remour, both of Sinnissippi Chapter; Leona Benz, secretary. Freeport Chapter; Joe Row-land, treasurer, Corinthean Chapter; Pauline Trcster, conductress, Freeport Chapter; Erma Plum, associate conductress. Lodge Pienic POLO —(Special)— The annual picnic of the P.N.G. Club of Marco Polo Rebekah lodge will be held at Sinnissippi Park, Sterling, at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday. An elepha it's heart may have nee of five feet and than 60 pounds. JOIN IN OUR 3rd Anniversary Celebration SATURDAY, SUNDAY, MONDAY May 28, 29, 30 OC VALUABLE PRIZES • Sunbeam Fry Pan • Scotch Kooler FREE! • G.E. Clock • 22 Other Fine Prizes DRAWING TUESDAY MAY 31 COME IN - REGISTER TRY OUR Flying Octane Gasoline Lowest Prices -- Highest Octane C-W GASOLINE MARKET 1220 GALENA AVE. 1 Friday, May 27, 1955 Page 13 Walnut Honor Student Wins Princeton U. Scholarship List Memorial Day Activities Area Communities Plan Parades and Speeches *. WALNUT — (Special) — Dennis i Snider, a senior in the Walnut Com- j-munity High School, has been j ded the District S National | ,S h.u.-v.-.-hip by Princeton Univcr- ty. Princeton, N. J. He was se- | cf?d by a special faculty commit- j e in competition with all oiho: holarship candidates iron strict. It is the only National o Scholarship to be awarded a gracl- regon ol an Illinois high school this Congratulations, Lee Center Senior Class ML Morris LEE CENTER HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS who graduated Tuesday Ikens, Dorothy Weinzierl, Shirley Hopkins, Anita^Finn. Donna Morri Schnell. Kenneth Moor Amboy Graduation Tonight; Announce Honor Students mm . - 9 re: First row, Marlene Johnson. Lorraine Kennay. Doris Hillison. Dora Betty Bresson: second row. George Mace. Pat Shannon. Roger | Button Club POLO — (Special!— T meeting of the Butt held Wednesday afti home of Mrs. Bryan It it no trout •'» ' »»• p. " ■■' 1 potu ».th Sotrete. cn* 90 lb. bog for «och pot*. Alto Kit Grovt! 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Snider \ ono! ed by being awarded a : onal Scholarship to Harvard I ersiiy, and Region;:! Scholars!; Yale University. Hamilton ; 'rinity Colleges. Dennis expect: for . the classes to cradu; The regular |rul High School, m Club was j .g ^ moon in the i:>Irs. Ce(.n Sn:de Bombcrgi The hostess presented the progn on "Lithograph Buttons." ' Wednesday Club POLO —(Special;— The fina meeting for this season of the Wednesday Club will be held at the Coffman Cottage on Rock River June 1. and will be a picnic dinner, followed by the regular meeting. IT'S EASY TO DO THOSE HOME CEMENT JOBS YOURSELF! po!:; iisfhesl scholas; DL.N.MS SNIDER (Same Winners of Poster Con lest . leered !;v judges. Mrs. <;. S. I Phaien. Mr*. E. M. Clint and j B. S. XorUtrten. | There were 12 participants, and j award.- •-'••.':•-• :>•:.••;•_• to the tol-ow-i ir.g : F::v. uv..: :. Mary Martha ; Miller: -. ccti prize. P.uta Treic-! nais': Oaiy Porter and Dianne ) for •id place. The .1 St for third. 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