Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 28, 1955 · Page 5
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Martin, Frost May Wedding tVHEX BETTY MARTIX AND DONALD FROST were wed in St Patrick's church, Dixon the abo\ e pictured were in their wedding party. From left to right, Mrs Michael McDonald, James L. Mahan, the newlyweds, Robert E. White bread and Michael H. McDonald. Spring Bride in White Gown for Nuptial at St. Patrick's Church White embroidered nylon over taffeta fashioned the gown worn by Miss Betty Martin, daughter of Mrs Catherine Martin, 711 Highland av , Dixon, and the late Hugh E Martin, as she became the bride of Donald W Frost The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs. Byron A Treadwell, Amboy St Patrick s church, Dixon, was decorated with pink and white peonies, a gift to the bride from the garden of Mrs Joseph Mahan, for the Saturday May 21 wedding. Rev. T. S Green performed the 9 30 ft m double ring ceremonj The Nuptial High Mass was said by. Rev. Eugene Parker and also on the'' altar were Rev. Philip Reilly, Rockford, cousin of the bnde and Rev Bertram Jaeger. William A Worley, Dixon, was nuptial organist and Mrs Edward A Bartel, Sterling, aunt of the bnde soloist Mrs Bartel sang the Mass by Marsh, "Pams An-gehcus," "Ave Maria " and ' On This Day Oh Beautiful Mother" as the bnde placed a bouquet on the Blessed Virgin's altar Given in marriage by her broth-•r, William H Martin, Dixon, the bride was lovely m a gown she had designed and made herself The floor length dress was stjled with a round neckline, trimmed with pearls long sleeves, pointed at the wrist, fitted Domce, v waistline and full, circular skirt The bride's waistlength veil, which ■he also made and designed was held by a hat made of material to match and graced with seed pearl trim and topped with sequms Her flowers were pink garnet roses and stephanotis and her gift from the bridegroom, pearl teardrop earrings The bnde earned out the tradition of something old, new, borrowed and blue, the white praverbook she earned being the something borrowed, from hei ma tron of honor Attendant In Pink As matron of honor, Mrs Michael McDonald, Dixon, wore pink taffeta Her short slee\ed frock, was made by the bride to resemble her own She *-ore a matching headband and earned a bouquet of pink and white daisies A pink necklace and earrings were her gift from the bnde Michael H McDonald, Dixon, served as best man and James L Mahan and Robert E. Whitebread, Dixon, ushered The bnde s mother wore a dress of dusty rose with white accessories axid the ondegroom s molner aiso wore white accessones with her navy and white frock Their flowers were pink roses A reception m Loveland Community House followed the wedding Mrs. Charles Wallace, Dixon sister of the bridegioom assisted by Mrs Wavne Fnedrichs, Sterling cousin of the bnde. served the three tiered wedding cake Mrs James J Reynolds, Di^on cousin of the bride, served the coffee. Miss Shelba Martin Dixon cousm of the bnde, served the punch Mrs Robert Beelen-dorf jr , Sterling, cousin of the bnde, and Mrs. Don Mossholder, DeKalb cousm of the bridegroom, had charge of the gifts and Miss Barbara Biestet Franklm Gro\e, cousin of the bndegroom, had the guest book Following the reception a din ner, for the family and weddmg party, was served at the Rainbow Inn _ When the newlyweds departed >r a weddmg tnp to the Smoky Mountains, the bride donned a pink linen fitted suit with white accessories They will reside at 412 Depot av. The bride who attended Dixon high school is self employed as a dressmaker a Dixon high school graduate, the bndegroom served in the U S Air Force He is now employed by the Public Service Co Out of town guests attending were from Chicago, Riverside, Lee Center, Franklm Grove, Amooy and Polo. Party Honors Sunday Bride, Nancy Leer Miss Nancy Leer, who on Sun day will become The bride of Mel Walker, has been honored at a number of prenuptial parties Among the most recent was that given Wednesday evening by Miss Donna Streibich in her home Coral and turquoise, Nancy's selected colors, were used in decorating the bnde's table which was centered with a colonial bouquet A bndaj game was played with Mrs James Hinkle and the Misses Donna Lamb and Nancy Leer, winners Guests at the personal shower mc'uded Mesdames Richard Dusmg, John Sloan, Henry Worh-ley, David Leer Edward Dempsey, David Youngmark, Carlton Routh, Donald Fulton, James Hinkle, Amos Sharp and Misses Mary Lee Scales, Jean Rogers,. Neva Heck-man, Donna Lamb, Jean Marloth, Frances Mornssey and Shirley Rabatine Mrs. Gerald Wakeley and Misses Janev Rex Flons Stomberg and Donna Drew were unable to attend Remove the cellophane wrapper from a new lamp shade or heat irom the light bulb may shirnk it, pulling the shade out of shape TYPEWRITER SERVICE & REPAIR Edwards Book Store CALLOUSES? Get COXFORMAL SHOES Molded to Your Individual Arches Today ERZINGER'S WE'RE BIGGER and BETTER WE HAVE MOVED TO 311 _W. SECOND ST. MINERAL BATHS ENJOY GOOD HEALTH Scientific Swe4iaa MatMge Improve* the hueOai of the Side i*«t MMMMt « Cttkwt with ike boowm we nerre* \p$-rRF1CH!VE® . ■ IateattaaJ Actio* Reduce* Orerweight— Bnlld* Up Ua4*rweffM GEORGE ORTGIESEN HEALTH SYSTEM For Appeietueat Dial 4 MJ1 til W. Zed St. — Dtxoa, lUleoi* harden vc?roup Has Breakfast Si\ty-five members and fnends of the Garden department, Dixon Woman s club, enjoyed breakfast Monday morning at tne beautiful country home of the Arthur Claytons, Franklm Grove road Every- a hat decorated with flow ers, hat scenes and decor ranged from garden hose to formal gar dens Winning pnzes for their hats ■ere: most comical, Mrs McCormick, first and Mrs Floy Hollenbeck, second, most original, Mrs E M Greene, first and Miss Mary Ransom, second and prettiest, Mrs J R McDaniel, first, and Mrs Arthur Clavton, second June meetmg of the group will be an afternoon garden party at the home of Mrs John Thomas, Shore Acres. For this event eveiy- one will be asked to wear a corsage they have made from a nativ e matenal also to make summer ar-langements suitable for a porch, patio, picnic or breakfast Mes dames John Thomas J R Ate* Darnel and C A Meliott will be on the committee South Dixon Club A meetmg of the South Dixon Community club was held May 18, m the home of Mrs R J Shippert Mesdames Arthur Shippert and Leon Brooks were co-hostesses for ,e desseit luncheon Games were played with pnzes on by Mesdames Byion Blum, C \\ Woessner, Isabelle Levan, E Schulte and Herman Benson The club will meet next with Mrs Amy Wolfram, R. 4. Quick dessert Fold babv-food chopped prunes into slightly sv ened whipped cream Add a little vanilla flavoring and spoon into sherbet glasses Chill and serv delighted family or gueits Walton Pupils Plan Program For This Sunday Sunday evening, May 29, at 8 o'clock the Walton school will present a program in the Walton hall. Mrs. Margaret i-ayne teacnes uie sixth, seventh and eighth; Mrs. Marcella Mornssey, the third, fourth and fifth and Mrs. Margaret Blackburn, the first and second grades of the school. The program will be as follows: Sons Open Vp Tour Heart — 8, 7, Mamrm s Little Hon»y Chile— 6th r RMdv fnr Tom Dunpln iett» Richard*, Ciockett— T>r Reverse— John Gerald Donald Friel A t the B»d— Dick Whi Song. There 11 Be Kc i|ht— Tth^and Sth Gr ackie' Knapp Lora -a at the Foot ;ar Drops To- Drossin?— Homer, Sharon Mnnta-iman. Poll-. Keler P H Dunphv, EIGHT GR\DE GRADUATES 'V man P h" Dunph\ Jacki* Kn; Janice Kuffel Helen McCulloi Sharon Monta\on ^ Lincoln and Woodworth PTA Election When the fmal meeting for this season of the Lmcoln-Woodworth PTA was held recently annual elec tion of officers was held Mrs Don Holderman is piesident; Mrs Ve: Heckman, vice piesiaent, mi: Don McBnde, secretary Miss Sa- ilia Palmer treasurer and Mrs Margaret Richards, program chair man. Max Van Scoy gave a report from the Citizen's survey commit tee Mrs Blair Ritterspach gav book review The PTA will honor teachers and room mothers with a spring tea, June 1. The banquet for the grad uating class will be June 3 at b o'ciock and graduation is June 9, 115 pm. r Palmyra Sewinq Maids Meet With The Misses Schott For their eighth meetmg of the season the Palmyra Sewing Maids met in the home of Beverly and Pauline Schott. Eighteen members and thiee visitors were present. One new member, Karen Buccola, joined the 4-H club Demonstrations were given as follows* Rosemaiy Schuster, mark ing patterns., Jo An Butterbaugh, how to put in a hem, and Audrey Hodges, clothing. Talks were by Norma Jean Sloter, picking cloth, Shirley Rhodes, flowers and Peggy Bell, flowers Judy Alter demonstrated baton twirling and Rosemary Schuster presented piano selections Ruth Ann Perry and Beverly Schott were m charge of a spelling bee Refreshments were served by Pauline Schott and Shirley Rhodes. Call Gene Cahill S16 Forest Ave. Phone 8-9961 CASH and CARRY SPECIALS All Ready to Take Glads 52.00 DM. Carnations Colors s2.00 Doz. Roses '2.50 D„, MSxed Bouquet in Cemetery Vase, $2.50 Sorry, No Phone or Advance Orders on These Specials. THERE IS A LIMITED SUPPLY MEMORIAL DAY STORE HOURS: SATURDAY— 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. SUNDAY — 8:00 lum. to 12:00 Noon MONDAY— 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. COOK'S FLOWERS 108 E. First Street SOCIETY NEWS The Dixon Evening Telegraph — Dixon, Illinois Gale K. Carlson Plans June Visit to Sweden Gale K Carlson, 933 Franklin Qi*6ve road, Dixon, will leave June air, lor a visit in aweaen jCailson, assistant supermtendent of the Raynor Manufacturing Co , begins his journev fiom Rockford to Chicago, then on to New Yoik Leaving New Y/orK, late in uie afternoon, June 4, he will arnve m Stockholm, Sweden, 19 hours later ,-here ne will De met by relatives. 'The Dixonite will visit his giand- i»>other, Mrs. Ebba Swennson and other relations in Kelmar, Sweden This will mark the first time he has Mrs. Swennson, mother of his late father, Herman Carlson, Galesburg. During his three week visit Carl son plans to tour Denmark, Switzer land, Germany, France and England, visiting manufactunng plants at each He will airive back m Rockford, June 26 When he departs for Sweden, Gale will be aboaid a plane whose eservation list is made up enuie- ly of Rockford and area people. Spring Luncheon The Girl Scout board and organ ization committee of the board en tertained the Girl Scout leaders and assistant leaders with a lunch- i Monaav at Plum Hollow Near- 70 leaders and board members attended Clinton Utter was chaiimai* of the luncheon assisted by Mesdames Chester French, Orville Le-Gore M. L. Milligan and Virgil W assort. Put a container (8 ounces) of •earn style cottage cheese in your electric mixer with a quarter pound of blue cheese and a little heavy cream Mix well and add grated onion and Worcestershire sauce to taste Wells Six Blocks in Depth Plut Chlorination Pure Water DIXON WATER COMPANY GALE K. CARLSON Social Calendar Tonight Dmnei, dance at Dixon Country club Sunday Piogiam by Walton school m VI alton hall 8pm Monday Divon Woman s club board, home of Mis J R McDaniel 7 30 p m Two ball foursome at Plum Hollow follow ed by 6 30 o clock scram ble dinnei. Tee off time, 1 30 p m. Tuesday Regular golf for women of Plum Hollow ,1pm Guaranteed Cold Fur Storage GRACEY FUR SHOP 11* Smttk iHHpla Atb. ft. I-tl31 Phone 2-7861 MILLER MUSIC STORE 101 Peoria Ave. — Dixon Out o-P -the ord into an Discover the difference the "Rocket" makes ! Saturday, May 28, 1955 Polo Couple Wed 65 Years TOLO — Mr. and Mrs Burt M. Powell quietlv observed their 6">tn weddmg anniversary in their home on the Pines road. May JO Mae Coursey, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harry Coursey and Burt M. Powell, son of the late Mr and Mrs John C Powell. Polo, vere wed in the home of the bnde's parents Mav 20, 1890, by the 1 flavor treat inary Take a glamorous new body stvle and add Old>mobile's di«tinctiv« heaut}! Add. too, the mighty poucr of Oldsmobile's "Rocket" Enpne! What have tou got? You've got the smartest, smoothest, ''going-est" thins on MhreW You're driving a car with new personality, Titalitv, onzinahty! You Ye driving Oldsmobile's Holiday Sedan, a hardtop \cuh four doors . . . the sweetest combination of grace and space, of good looks and comfort, in all motoring So go ahead . . . and get ont of the ordinary! Go ahead ... get our appraisal and get into an Olds— toon! Can Tou Sm, Srw, Stop SefVyf Cfwcfc Tow Cor— Check AccidWi! rvxi - OO AHIAD . . . MIVI IT YOIMMMI TMI OOINO'S OtIAT IN A "tOCKIT fl TRADER MOTOR SALES 212 HENNEPIN AVE. 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