Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 28, 1955 · Page 3
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Record Class Graduates In Ml Morris MX. MORRIS — (Special) — The largest class to ever graduate from the Mt. Morris grade school was present Wednesday evening for the promotion exercises in the new-high school auditorium, as 68 boys and girls received their diplomas. This class will be the first one to attend all four years in the complete new senior high school, which is now being completed and being made ready for use at the opening cf school in September. Also this year, for the first time, there were eight rural pupils included in the graduation class from the Pine-creek and Cooncreek rural districts. Each year scholastic awards are given. These went to Christine Webster and Karen Frey, who tied for first place in highest scholastic standing. Ronald McNett was awarded second place. Dionne Beck, Stanley Meyers, Donald Snodgrass, Bernice Burke and Donna Summers received perfect attendance recognition. These awards were given by Principal La Verne Edwards of the elementary school. Harold Palmer, chief of police, presented Safety Patrol awards to 35 of the members of the class. Those receiving awards for two years of service were: Harry Miller. James Wean. Richard Lewan-dowski, Dick Standerford, Kay Blake, Stanley Corbett, Diane Jones. Beverley Lawrence. Donna Eearden, Sandra Meyers and Janet Fleer. Give Awards To Oregon's Honor Pupils OREGON — (Special) — Marilyn Mattison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mattison. won highest scholastic honors and the honorable mention American Legion Auxiliary award presented by Mrs. Edith Fridley, Auxiliary president, at grade school Commencement Thursday night. Jacqueline Zimmerman, daughter of "Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zimmerman, won the distinguished achievement American Legion Auxiliary award and was the scholastic award runner-up. Robert Janssen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Janssen, won the Charles Palmer Davis award for perfect score in current events, and he was presented honorable mention award by Walter Berg for American Legion. Joseph C. "Skip" Reid received the distinguished achievement award of the American Legion from Walter Berg, commander. "Be Somebody," was the subject of Rev. Paul Bollman's talk to the eighth graders. He said it takes no effort to be a nobody — so apply yourself, make the most of the privileges, and opportunities afforded you and be somebody. The speaker emphasized the place of God in all the plans of everyone. The woodwind ensemble played, and the eighth grade chorus sang. Diplomas were presented by Harvey E. Gelander, whose son. Stephen, was a graduate, and John O. Thomas. Ne Congratulations, Amboy High School Graduating Class of 1955 ; ■ Bit' W M JLfl AMBOIT HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS who received diplomas Friday night are shown above. (Left to right) top picture, front row, Mary Fans. Kathleen Friel. Richard Wiser. John Daniels, George Nichols, Gene Lauts. Ronald Biester. Thomas Troxell. .Bruce Setchell, Joanne Shippert, Janice Zabel: back row. Gerald Barlow. Richard Angier, Edward Clayton, Angela Metzen, Rosemarie Ogle Historical Society Will Meet On Tuesday Night OREGON — (Special) — The Ogle County Historical Society will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. in Stillman Valley, grade school. There will be an exhibit, music and refreshments. Mrs. Vivian Carter Johnson, Rockford, will be-the speaker. Change Church OREGON — (Special) — All or ganizations which received invita- > from Woman s Relief Corps ttend memorial services Sun-will meet in front of the court house at 10:30 a.m. and march to Methodist Church instead of the Lutheran Church as planned earlier. Polo Notes Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schnehl and family. Post Falls, Ida., visited the former's aunt. Mrs. Nannie Barn-hizer, Tuesday. 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The group sang "Moth- accompanied by Mrs. Helen Swanson. The oldest mother present was Ethel Buige, the youngest Dons Kugland. Dinges. Karen Schroeder, Carol Miller, Ellen Bulfer, Helen Bushman, Larry Loomis. William Spratt. Donald Shearer. Bottom picture, front row, John Liggett. Robert Machen. James Becker. Richard Otto. Eileen DonnelTy. Marilyn Bothe, Joan Etheridge. Marlene Elizabeth Schwingle. Carolyn Lovgren. Lavonne Schamberger, Faye Bybee, Arnold Scudder, Edmund O'Rourke, Jr., Daniel Kel- The regular meeting followed the banquet, afier which a memorial service for deceased members was presented by Edna Supinger. Kathleen Samuels. LaDonne Hendrix and Zora Wagner. Oregon Girl Will Graduate Tuesday OREGON — (Special) — Jean-ette Myers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Myers, will be among those graduating from St. Anthony's School of Nursing Tuesday night in Rockford Woman's Club. now --sleep cool the 10-DAT HOME TRIAL on Fans and Dehu idiflers During May, we're offering a special 1 0-day, no-oblig«ition home trial on night cooling fans end dehumidified. It's a great no-risk chance to see what they can do for you. Start your 10-doy trlol today. Just phone 3 your :bi!c Ger Compony office. We'll do the rest. FANS [o« low a> 7St a we*k to own Atlas. Aire Lau Berns Air King Le-John General Electric Signal Hunter Westinghouw DEHUMIDIFIERS (c» low 0, $1.38 o we to own) Frigidaire Kelvinator Westinghouse thrifty way! A night cooling fan forces hot stuffy air o -draws cool night air in (costs as littlt as 7 St a week fo ownj The new night cooling fan? do a wonderful job of keeping your home cool on summer nights. All the hot. sticky daytime air is forced out the window. Fresh cool night air is drawn in. You get a compU-te change of air every 2 or 3 minutes-W you really sleep cool and comfortable all through the hot summer. Best of all, with our liberal terms you can own a night, coohng fan for as little as 75e a week. Isn't that a bargain for so much cool sleeping? ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Start your 1 0-doy trial today! COME IN OR PHONE TODAY! PUBLIC I I COMPANY len. David Adwell: back row. Janet Koehler, Karlene Blake. Ar-lette Erbes. Kathleen McCaffrey, Eugene Shaw, Louis Vaessen, Ronald Knudten. Richard McCaffrev. William Lvons. Edwin North! Byron Walter,_Richard McLindsay. John Walsh." Jr.. Elizabeth Bulfer, Carol Alshouse. Gerakline Wolfe and Linda Steward. Not present when the pictures were taken was Donald Koch. Giiyer Class ruLU — i special ) — me Guver Ciass^of the Methodist Church will ueet. Friday at 2 p.m. Hostesses •all be Mrs. John Stuff and Mrs. tfartha. Boone. Mrs. Fred Frawert '■ill have the devotional period. and the program will be-presented by Mrs. Bess Grieg./ F. X. Newcomer & Co. INSURANCE BONDS REAL ESTATE LOANS Phone 4-1H21 Dixon, DI. A House to Be Proud of.. Built to Your Order REAL QUALITY — TOP VALUE Yes — it's good-looking, quality constructed — but it'» in a surprisingly low Beice rang*. Provides a spacious, comfortable house you'll be proud to own. Low price made possible by mass production and Standard design. Fully insulated, 1-asily and quickly erected of precision-built sections. Quality materials-strong, long-lasting and neat-appearing. WIDE CHOICE Of MODELS MANY FEATURES . . . Distinctive . . . built to your order. Work out your plans with friendly help. Within a few weeks you can be living in your Home-Way. Stan Now. Come in Today. Phone 3-2734 LOWELL D. STOUDT R. R. 4, Dixon — On the Eldena Blacktop Road Ml Morris Notes Mr. and Mrs. Wildon Asp, Oakland, Calif., arrived here this week for a visit with the former's broth er, F. W. Asp. Nelson Notei NELSON* - '■?p«"r;a'. i - Mr. to* Mrs. Frank McEleney, entertained with a birthday supper recently, honoring: Mrs. McEleney. Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrf. John Gale entertained at dinner Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Gardner and Mrs. H. C. Frandsen. Montebello, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ortgiesen and Herman VanBerfen, Nelson. The Rev. Geo. W. Wolf, of fit. Andrew's Evangelical' Lutheran Church, Lee Gebhardt and Richard XV. Stit2el. Chicago, were dinner guests Tuesday noon at the home of Stitzel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earle D. Stitzel. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Malmberg otored to Princeton Wednesday evening where they visited his mother. Mrs. X. A. Malm'oerg. who patient at the Perry Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Frances Stitzel received ord from her daughter. Mrs. H. . Estabrook. South Pekin. of the- death of Donald Estabrook's father- Lester Kalb, who died Thursday noon at the Pekin Hospital, where he was taken follow- stroke Sunday afternoon. Fun-services were held today in Pekin. He is survived by his widow, Doris: a son Leslie: a daughter. Richard Segar. and Mrs. Donald Estabrook, all of Pekin. •I. Bollman has gone to Camp Kilmer. N. J., and expected to leave Friday morning for Ger- .any. where he will be stationed : Buranham for six months. Boll-an is with the Quartermasters utomotive Mechanic Division. Hs as home on a 22 day furlough. Fred Janssen. who was a surgi cal patient at the Dixon Hospital, as returned to his home on Tues-iv, where he is convalescing. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Simmons and children, and Marshall Baker, , Iowa, visited Thursday at the home of Mr. Baker s son and rife, Mr. and Mrs. Don Baker. Victor Valve. Chicago, visited Monday and Tuesday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Mina Val%e. The pupils of the first and second- grade, accompanied by their teach- Mrs. Edith Lange, and several of the mothers, enjoyed a picnic Thursday morning at Sinnissippi Park in Sterling. Donald Estabrook. Pekin. HI. grandson of Mrs. Frances Stitzel, is suffering from a badly -scalded left arm, which he received wnen a hot pot of coffee accidently spilled upon it. He is under medical care. Boxoffice Opens 7:15 DST Show Starts at Dtfsk! LAST TIMES TONITE! 2 THRILLING HITS1 SUNDAY & MEMORIAL DAY A CinemaScope Double Feature or the Giant Screen 0Al£ ROBERTSON " NAISH AND ALSO m mw B*e*t FURNACE CLEANING SPECIAL For the Months of MAY and JUNE WE WILL CLEAN CHIMNEY BASE - FURNACE INTERIOR OIL MOTORS - SERVICE BURNERS Paint Front of Coal Furnace - Remove All Ashes ALSO CHECK ALL MAKES OF FURNACES SPECIAL PRICE, '7.95 CALL NOW FOR EARLY CLEANING HOLLAND FURNACE CO. 720 W. 7th, Dixon N. C. SMITH. Mgr. Phone 3-ltll paperBRCHIVE* „ RCH1VE* NEWSPAPEKf

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