Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on June 1, 1955 · Page 3
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Rural Ogle Plan Machinery Meeting in Polo Judging Contest in Savanna; Market Lamb Show in Ogle OREGON (Special)— On Thursday night, farmers of the Polo community will receive information on repairing, maintenance and instructions on the proper operation of forage harvesters, mowers, combines and hay balers. This machinery clinic will be held in the Polo High School farm shop at 7:30 p.m. Wendell Bowers of the agricultural engineering department at to grass the University of Illinois will dis-cuss safety measures on operating farm machinery and will assist in conducting the farm machinery clinic. If rensho your legumes in- silage, improving the hav that you will be making and proper operation of the equipment would be an important factor. Coffey Implement company of Polo is assisting in conducting this meeting. Four-H and FFA members are invited to participate in the judging contest that will be held in connection with the Brown Swiss Canton Show at the Old Mill Park, near Savanna, on Tuesday. If you would like to participate in this Judging, your registration wil] have to be made by 9:30 a.m. i.CST Worthwhile prizes will be awarded for those winning the judging of the various classes. Ogle County 4-H'ers will show their market lambs on June 10. This market lamb show will be held at the Jay Thomas farm on Rt. 64 between Oregon and Mt. Morris. Any market lambs shown at this show will be ineligible to participate in the breeding classes at the 4-H agricultural show to be held in Oregon on Aug. 9 and 10. Check the specifications carefully before you buy a septic tank. Some septic tanks are heing sold that will not give good service and will cause unnecessary trouble. Specifications for concrete septic tanks that will meet the minimum recommendations of the State Department of Public Health have been set up by the Illinois Association of Concrete Pre-Cast Septic Tank Manufacturers. Unfortunately, some manufacturers do not belong to the association. Their products sometimes do not meet the specifications for quality, size and workmanship. Here are the speci>*rBtions you should check. a.s l>*ed by F. W. Andrew, extension agricultural engineer at the University of Illinois College of Agriculture: 1. Minimum liquid capacity of 500 gallons. 2. Minimum wail thickness of 3 inches and minimum internal diameter of 54 inches. 3. Minimum reinforcement of 6x6x10 welded steel, or equivalent. 4. Concn been tested to hold pressure of 3,500 pounds per square Newspaper fl R C H I V E ® B. Clean-out openings in the lid. You might be interested In knowing the results of the brucellosis blood testing program for 1934. Two hundred and fifty-three herds in Ogle County, or 3,143 cows, were tested showing 5.1 per cent reactors and 10.9 per cent suspect*. Two thousand, six hundred and forty-nine cows were vaccinated during that year for Ogle County farmers. Steward School Pupils Will Begin Vacation Friday STEWARD —(Special)— Stewart School will close Friday for tin summer vacation. The eighth grade graduation e> ■cises will be held at 8 p.m. to day in the school gym. Fourteei pupils will receive their diploma from Marvin Squier. president, of the board of education. The Rev Joe Caldwell, of Steward Methodist Church, will give the invocatiu and Howard Maris, of the Rochelle !High School faculty will give the address. All punils of the school will go on picnics Thursday. The first to fourth grades and teachers. Mrs. Phyllis Mullins. Mrs. Mariette Muntz. Mrs. Ruth Olson and Mrs. Nellie Wisman. will go to Memorial Park. Rochelle. The fifth and sixth grades and teachers, Mrs. Alice Yetter and Mrs. Marion Hall, will spend the day in Hopkins Park. Rochelle. The seventh and eighth grades and teachers Mrs. Bertha Bresson, will go to White Pines State Park. Name Lee Center Honors Winners LEE CENTER —(Special)— Th 1955 honor whinners in Lee Cente High School \ Marie DAR a- Shirley Hopkins, salutatorian, Egyptian music camp winner and activities award. Rogrer Schnell, science award. George Mace, vocational agricul- ;un- •ard. athlete. Four-year honor ribbons went Marlene Johnson. Shirley Hopkin Roger Schnell, Dorothy Wienzei Doris Hillison, Gene Meurer. Lo raine Kermay and George Mace Steivard Church Groups to Meet STEWARD — (Special) — "Both oi Us" Class of the Methodist Sunday School will hold its social party Friday evening in the Fellowship Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Arne and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson will have charge of entertainment and refreshments. "Mighty Pleasant" group of W.S.CS. "will meet the evening oi June 8 in the home of the president. Mrs. Martin Ravnaas to organize and elect new officers. Congratulations, Mt. Morris Senior Gass MT. MORRIS HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES i Oregon Graduate JEANETTE MYERS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Myers, wa? graduated Tuesday night from Si Anthony's School of Nursing. Rock fort. Tne Eractuation were held in She Rockford W Club, Our New Neighbors OREGON —(.Special)— Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanson, Tampico, are the parents of a son born Tuesday iti Warmolts Clinic. THURSDAY - 9 A.M. - NOON Closed Thursday Afternoons OPEN FRIDAY 9 a,m. - 9 p.m. C^JlNE^^ Saturday, 9 a.m. -5 p.m. Ij^.^^^ RUGS V Better Blouses miMS V Women's S8.95 Summer S 4 00 S 4 66 S*>00 Hoys' Guaranteed SHOES V 1-1-2 ANKLETS 4„,88° Child'* S-2.00 Leather Women's 3-Pc.—Shorts. 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Diane Gilhooly and Ted Glotfelty; third row. Harold Hanke Don Henderson, Don Johnson, Dorothv Kielsmeier. Shirlev Kitzmiller. Mary Ellen Knodle, Donna Lamm and William Lundholm: *„,„.fv,'w,„- innh,»i ATnMoti- Mnrv Anno ATiUpi- Thomas Monro William Noonkesser. Gavle Olsen, Joel Plum, Carol Rittenhouse and Robert Roves: bottom row'. Don Satterfield, Jerry Satterfield. James Smith. Joan Standerford, Gerald Wallace, Wilma Wolfe, Larry Zclle s and Wilma Zumdahl. West Brooklyn I WEST BROOKLYN— (Special) — The summer schedule for Masses St. Mary's Catholic Church is 30 and 9:30 a.m. on Sundays. Mrs. -Martha Kaps has returned i her home in Peoria after spend-ig several days with her son, Walter, and family. Mrs. Albert Roeder. Schalier. Iowa, is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. LeRcy Zentz. Harmon, and also visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Malder and daughter, Pat. Waukegan. spent Sunday and Monday in the Clelus Jeanblanc home. Allen Gehant. a graduate Sunday of St. Mary's School, was honored at a dinner that evening in the Oliver Gehant home. Guests were from Dixon and West Brooklyn. Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and" Mrs. Art Montavon were Name Your BUILDING NEEDS WE HAVE THE ANSWERS Complete Line of All-Steel Buildinc*. Farmers Finance Up to 5 Yrs. Lown D< ment. Stran-Steel Product! tyant to earn extrm money? Want 5% to 10% higher marks? Want to learn touch typing at home? You can do it with this Smith-Corona! It's the fastest and the iwr-has full-size professional keyboard. Come in tad try it! GEHANT & DICKINSON OFFICE SUPPLIES 76 Galena Avenue Phem 4-0021 Mr. and Mrs. George Killeles, Alice Meagher and Violet Kerns, all of Seneca; Marguerite Walsh, Madison, S.D.; the Frank Maiers, the Joe Maiers. and the Alvin Andersons. Peoria. Miss Walsh is spending a few days in the Mon- Mrs. Marie Mellott had as guests Sunday, at dinner in honor of Ruth Ann's graduation. Valeria Henkel, Amboy: Bernice Henkel, Sublette, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kerchner and family, Amboy. Mrs. Leo L. Henry,. Mrs. Rita Covert. Mrs. Vera Mae Anderson and children, of. Kirkland. visited in the home of Mrs. Margaret Schnider-Monday. Vernon Vincent spent Sunday and Monday, in Chicago. The g: ame of whist acquired its j name from the silence originally observed during play. Polo Notes Approximately 55 member of the descendants of Mr. and Mrs. William Davis enjoyed a scramble dinner at the Town Hall Sunday, with guests present from North Manchester,. Ind.; Oregon, Mt. Morris, Capron, Dixon and Polo and vicinity. Lucille Clinton, Minneapolis. Minn., is a guest in the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. E. M. Clinton. ' Weekend, guests were Mrs. Clinton's* son, Tom, and family, Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Naylon and family were Sunday guests in the home of the former's brother, Karl, and family, Sandwich. 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The banquet was served by the Church of the Brethren, with approximately 275 attendance. George Boddiger. Omaha, a Polo graduate, was guest speaker and his subject was "Office Revolution." The officers named for next year ere Bob Joiner, president; Mrs. Ethel (Miller i Jones, vice president; Marjorie Baker, secretary, and Mrs. Ruby (Glasseri Brodie. Friends Night OREGON —(Special)— Sinnis- sippi Chapter of Order of Eastern Star will hold Friends Night Friday at 8 p.m. in the Masonic Temple m Oregon. Wednesday, June 1, 1955 Page 3 Will Graduate OHIO —(Special)— Gloria Saltz-msn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Saltzman. will graduate Saturday after taking a two-year course at Kendall College, Evans-ton. Her parents and the Julius Saltzmans plan to attend the commencement ceremony in Hemingway Methodist Church. Miss Saltzman plans to enroll in the National College of Education in Evanston in the fall. Boxoffice Opens 7:30 DST — Show Starts at Dusk! 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