Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on June 1, 1955 · Page 7
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Congratulations, St. Mary's Eighth Grade Class THE EIGHTH GRADE GRADUATING CLASS of St. Mary's Catholic school in Dixon is shown above. Commencement exercises were held Sunday. Left to right front row, Louise Hilliker, Patty Coffey, Amy Jones, Joan Wolf, Judy Bay. Jean Randall, Joyce Cooper, Carol Anderson, Julia Weitzel, Adrienne Henry, Barbara Pfister, Sharon McDonald; second row, Cathy James, Susie Skibinski. Carol Ann French, Margaret Zopf, Joanne Burke, Suzanne Curran, Dorothy Heppler, Donna Slain, Her Job Is To Pick Up TV Guests By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (£) — In the antic, frantic world of television there are many odd jobs. Pretty Mary A. Kelly, who is regularly kissed by a chimpanzee and recently rubbed noses with a ST50.000 horse, has 'one of the oddest. She is a "guest finder." Miss Kelly, a rugged bountifully built young lady with. Irish red hair and hazel-green eyes.i. feature editor and writer on I Garroway's "Today," an NBC work morning program. But or her chief chores is to rout famous guests from their beds in time to appear on the show. "Four out of five days I have to be up by 5 o'clock," said Mary Usually she knows the night be fore the guest she is supposed to meet. Late Arrangements But sometimes the studio phones her at 4 a.m., to tell her she is to pick up Mrs. Franklin D. Roose velt at her hotel go down the bay to get comedian Jerry Lewis ofi incoming liner and steer through customs, or race out to elevator unattended, Mary stepped in and operated it herself, managing tc hit the right floor after a few misses. On another, a hotel detective, seeing her sitting in the lobby, asked her mission, and Mary replied: •'Trying to pick up a guest." This seemed to confirm the detective's worst suspicions. •'It took a phone call to the network to straighten that out." said Mary, laughing. , Miss Kelly, who started as a REXAIR Sales & Service Kenneth Richards 410 Madison Ave. Ph. 2-518 NOTES for BUSINESSMEN: How to Profit from JOB PRINTING EFFICIENCY FORMS Every business has set up for itself many types of forms which help make for a greater efficiency and a larger savings. Are you ac-nuainted with all of these? Our men are equipped to Kive you the latest Novations. Can us today. B.F. SHAW Printing Co. Phone 3-1811 — S-18'41 NewspaperHHCHIVE® - typist tor a Hartford, Conn., in surance firm, came here at 19 and \ landed a job as a newspaper copy girl. Later she worked for a fea ture syndicate before going into television. She Got Away ly once has Mary let a guest t away. One morning she went pick up Ava Gardner and found the film star had moved out the night before without leaving word : her new address. Her toughest assignment was to find Alexander Kerensky, head of the Russian provisional government in 1917, the morning Premier n died. 11 we knew was the street he lived on," she recalled. "So I started pushing strange doorbells. He didn't have his name on his doorbell, but I finally found him. Balsam Gap. N. C, is the highest station for a standard-gauge railway in eastern America. SLACK NO. 1 Made of 55% Dacron and 45% Wool These slacks are light weight, cool, long wearing and hold their crease in the hottest weather. Regular $14.95 Value SI 095 SLACK NO. 2 Palm Beach Cloth Tried and proven to be one of the finest slacks. Wears well and can be washed. 10 95 SLACK NO. 3 Dacron and Rayon These slacks come in a beautiful range of colors, are crease resistant and can be washed. $■795 Marv Ellen Ward, Nadine Nelson, Margaret Burke, Carol Harkins; third row, John Ballet Dancer Loses Fight to Maintain Home CHICAGO — A battling, gun- toting ballet dancer has been bounced from her little three-room fortress home on public land. the airfield to meet a missionary £inareleaSed fr°m Communist Special purchases enables Boyn- On one quest, finding the hotel ton-Richards Co. to offer SOm9 outstanding values in colorful new SUMMER SLACKS t- a year shapely Lenena Davis 32, had stood off officials, aided by her pistol and three Afghan hounds. But Tuesday the Sanitary District moved her out of her house along Des Plaines River in suburban Summit, dumped her belongings by the side of the road, and burned the house to the ground. "I didn't even have a chance to wash my face," Miss Davis said mournfully. .The Sanitary District, which IT'S TIME TO BUY ri, „ ,.i„o T-ior,oL- Mir-haei ATnrnhv Robert Sawver. Jiramv Hawkins, Frv. Richard Brechon! John Nix. Jim Hoyle, David Ames. Jr., Da'vid Kelly; fourth mw Tsn-v T^p fjarv F."p Fred Chiverton, Richard Cooper. Bill HUlett, ivooerc t>~„'.= p.Ara»V,.„(,t"\riri1a(>i nii^prtv James O'Brien. Charles Scriven; back ro\ Edward Lone-. Fred Balser. Wame Sawyer, the Rev. Jaeger, the Rev. Green, the Rev. Parker, Robert Varga, Phillip Cornwell and Jonn Danek. owned the land and rented the house to Miss Davis, said it needed the land to complete a railroad spur line to be used for dumping There was no gunplay Tuesday. But district officials, mindful of the pot-shots Miss Davis took at employee wno attempted to go the land in August, sent three policemen to do the ousting. When the officers showed up, aid ed by John Van Ort, chief of po- in Summit, three Summit paten, two state policemen and constable Walter Dudek. Miss Da- was barefooted and wearing blue jeans and a red jacket. She said she had sold her pistol. to state policemen held her as she kicked and flailed. However, she finally packed her belongings, climbed barefooted into her 1950 chartreuse sedan and buzzed away. District employees splashed oil slacks LEISURE SLACKS For Work or Play DENIMS '3.95 McGregor linums REGULAR STYLE s5.00 SHORTS $3.95*s5.00 BERMUDA STYLE Store Hours - 9 to 5:30 Weekdays Except Thursday, Closed at Noon OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT TILL 9 PM 7.50 The Dixon Evening Telegraph Wednesday, June 1, lyoo the house and burned it to the ground. The Arghan hounds were turned i-er to the Animal Welfare League. ■PRggfleall Gene 816 Forest Ave. Phone 3-9961 Bible Fanatic Dies After Shooting Seven* Killing 3 DAYTON, Ohio <£)— "The Lord told me that banks and their presi God." de the adversaries of statement, babbled by dy ing Richard Meyers, was one of the few clues ponce nad tooay as they sought to determine why the three persons and critically wounded three others in two centrally located Dayton banks. Meyers, whom police called a religious fanatic," walked into the Third National Bank about 10 Tuesday and began spraying bullets around with a 9 m.m. for eign-made pistol. He then sprinted next door to the Winters Bank, where he wounded guard and a bank execi fore three policemen cut him down Find Eight Slugs I IF Eight slugs were found in his K body. He died almost three hours j j later as he babbled incoherent, re- j j ligious-sounding phrases. j j The toll of dead and wounaea, \ r left as an aftermath ot .Meyers midmoming shooting spree, looked like this: Dead were: George Sawaya, 60, operator of a local grocery chain; Mrs. Freda Cramer, 31. a bank secretary, and Joseph Gavin. 45. publicity director for WHIO radio and television stations here and a former University of Dayton football coach. Tne wounded: Wilfred M. Sherman, 54, a vice president at Third National, shot in the chest: K. H. Kastner, oy. assistant vice president at the Winters Bank, shot in the chest, and Mrs. Helen Burks, 48, a bank customer, shot in the stomach. Two others, wounded but not seriously, were William L. Clark. 76, shot in the arm, and John Thein, 72, a Winters bank guard, grazed on the face bv a bullet. Detectives questioning Meyers at F. X. Newcomer & Co. INSURANCE BONDS REAL ESTATE LOANS Phone 4-1621 Dixon, 111. PICTURE ON EVERY LOAF OF PETER PAN the hospital quoted him as saying, ;ceived a message from God on Dec. 23." a sample of Meyers' inco herent babbling, they quoted him saying : I require that which is in You, very best application of the things I have in you, to annihilate the forces of iniquity. I ask you to do battle tor me. Widow Marries LAS VEGAS Hazel Elizabeth Stone, 54, widow of a tor Lewis Stone, was married by justice of the peace Tuesday to J. Gilbert Van Klatt, 51-y advertising executivf in 1953. lit { Mon. NOW... you can get your official IDT BO Car Hits Home, Housewife Injured DETROIT I* — Mrs. Besai* John son, 29, wa» ieriously injured by an automobile as she twept her living room floor. An out-of -con- car driven by Mrs. Miiuue Thompson. 68, crashed through the side of tne nouse, pinning ner against a wall. She sufferd a skull fracture and internal injuries. Mrs. Thompson escaped with minor injuries. More Taxes LANSING, Mich. (.TV- A lU-cent gasoline tax increase went into effect in Michigan today to finance a 35-million-dollar annual highway expansion program. The tax is now 6 cents a gallon. Lareest strictlv rural hospital in Stone died the United States is Grace hos pital. Banner Elk. N. C. The BOBBIE B ROOKS BLOUSE . . . LACE EDGED An exquisite fashion . . . ! heer fine cotton batiste . ■- r y accented with a stunning lace ^ trimmed picture collar. White and Pink STORE HOURS - Tues. - Wed. - Sat, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, 9 a.m. to 12 Noon Open Friday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. jj^ "D/xon's Mosf Popular ^''^^^^^^^^ WllW^ As seen on TV Bread r 7 - iHraSI^. (j£ \. • -\&f*-jJ motion pictur* ym^^0^y m wl This is the official picture from Walt Disney's Davy Crockett in TV and Motion Picturesl Hey, kids! There's a swell picture of your favorite — Davy Crockett— on the end of every loaf of that good Peter Pan Bread. Tell Mom to pick up a loaf next time — and every time — she shops. Peter Pan Bread with the picture of Davy Crockett is on your grocer's shelf now! Pick Peter Pan in the Polka Dot Wrap! erHHCHIVE®

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