i .^.^.^ Charles Coleman. Mrs. Mary Eownintr. Mrs. Homer Erzing. Miss Goldie Gigous. Mrs. Fred Hobbs, Mrs. Kenneth Keck. Mrs. Glandon Lantz, Mrs. Joseph Magidson. Mrs. Charles Mensch. Mrs'. John R. Moore. Mrs. loius men- er. Mrs. Estella Rosecrans, Miss Jennie Seals, Mrs. George J. Smith. Mrs. Harley L. Swarts, Mrs. R. L. Vest.. Mrs. Louis Zigler Mrs. William Mansell. Miss Rose Rudolph, Mrs. Frank Gleim..Miss Frances Fame* ana aits, j^awara Hoyie. " Social Calendar Tonight Pa«t Noble Grands club, IOOF hall. 8:30 o'clock scramble supper. Eft© Sunday school class, St. j Paul's Lutheran church, fireside ; room of church. 7:30 o'clock. Jay-C-Ettes dinner meeting, Dead End Inn. 6:30 o'clock. Friday St. Agnes Guild, scramble luncheon at Robert Warner cottage. Dorothy chapter OES stated meeting, Dixon Masonic Temple. 8 p.rr Dixon WCTU in Loveland Community House. 1:30 o'clock dessert luncheon. Regular meeting, 2 p.m. Couple's Night at Plum Hollow. Golf from 5 o'clock on, followed by dinner. When it is your turn to entertain the bridge club, make up some crab salad: Crabmeat, diced cel ery, mayonnaise. Fill unpeeled avocado halves with the salad. Put the stuffed avocados in a shallow bakine pan and pour a little hot vate-r tato the pan. Bake in slow (325 degrees) oven until hot- 10 to 15 minutes. Serve with potato chios. sDries of watercress insert ed in rings of raw carrot and hot rolls. Dessert might be pineappli chiffon pie. SOCIETY NEWS The Dixon Evening Telegraph — Dixon, Illinois Woman's Club to Enjoy Annual Tea Saturday, June 4 When the Dixon Woman's club meets Saturday, June 4, for their June tea, Vi Smerling, Evanston, will present the program. Annual reports will also be heard at this 2 p. m. meeting in Loveland Com munity House. Smerling has given dramatic j readings and humorous monologues before numerous lodge and fraternal organizations, church groups and clubs. She is an attractive, delightful personality and has been well received wherever she ap- A graduate of North Park Academy, Chicago, Lindenwood College, St. Charles, Mo., and Northwestern University. Evanston, where she majored in speech, Miss Smerling also studied dramatics at the American Conservatory, Chicago. She toured TCurope. visiting nine countries and had the op portunity of attending the theatre and opera mere. Saturday's hosteseswill be: Mrs. Charles Crombie. chairman; Mrs. Milton Baker, Mrs. Florence Boll-man, Mrs. Howard Byers, Mrs. V\ Smerling Extra Dividend far the Career Girl! Picnic, Tour Activities of Lievan Pupils End of the year activities of Lievan school included a picnic for pupils, their parents friends. May 22. Ice cream furnished by the district. Julia Brechon is teacher of the school. During the school year, the students and their mothers visited Beier'a bakery, where they were taken on a tour by Frank Fleitgen and given delicious doughnut3, also balloons ana pencus. ine iour group also visited Prince Castle's where they were treated to ice At this time the visitors enjoyed the Lee County Historical Muse um, Loveland Community House, and were welcomed by Mrs. J. B. Lennon. Wednesday, May 25, was the last day of school. Graduates were Donna Dimmig and Priscilla Kazan. Larene Dimmig and Martin Baker were neither absent nor tardy during the year. Pupils attending Lievan school this year were: Donna Dimmig, Priscilla Rae-an, Marvin" Gerdes, Anne Shippert, Russell Jecklin, Walter Ragan. Kathleen Jensen, Tresa Dimmig, Bonnie Jensen, Jerry Dimmig, Marilyn Gerdes, Shirley Farris. Larene Dimmig, John Nass, Martin Baker, Randall Farris. Phyllis Gerdes, Linda Jensen, Phyllis Gerdes and James Brooks. Terry Baker, Carol Heaton and Mona Farris attended 20 days and are now prepared to enter first grade next year. The school pupils have a Citizens of Today and Tomorrow club and for their project this year varnish ed the furniture. Checked Gingham jaiW Costume Suit Paula BwJu Ever.' detail is right for the girl who must look fresh and well-tailored every moment. The sheath dress in gingham with its becoming square neckline is sleeveless and has contrasting inset bend to emphasize the low neckline. Over the dress, the new long jacket carefully tailored. Misses si2es, 10 to 20. /^T>v SATURDAY Niece of Dixon People, Bride In California . . A wedding having taken place in California that will be of inter est in Dixon and vicinity is that of Rosanna. Joan Bartholomew and Jerome Fiske Collins. The early spring bride is the daughter of Mrs. Florence Rudolph Bartholomew, 609 South Chester av., Compton, Calif., former teacher in the Dixon Public Schools, and niece of Miss Rose Rudolph and Mrs. Clara Walker, Dixon and Charles Ru dolph, Dolton, 111. The bridegroom's parents reside in Hollywood. The evening wedding ceremony-occurred in the Compton Unity church with the Rev. Margaret Butterwcrth performing the double ring ceremony. A graduate of Compton high school and Compton college, the bride is attending Long Beach state college. She has been a mem- Mimerathemans, Aipna Sigma, National Forensics League, Women's Educational Honor Society, Tartarettcs and active in speech events at Long Beach. The bridegroom is station ed for the present at the Army school. Camp Gordon. Augusta. Ga. graduate of Compton high scnooi and college he was a member of Aloha Sigma Chi, Student Council, Beta Phi Gamma and Phi Rho Pi. editor of Tartar shield, the Compton College journal. Ballerina Gown n marriage by her father, George Bartholomew, Inglewood, Calif., the bride was lovely in a ballerina length gown. The cress taffeta bodice, tun tune skirt and tulle bolero that was appliqued with taffeta. She carried a prayerbook that was covered by white orchids and trail ing stephanotis and wore heirloom pearl earrings. A pearl tiara held her fingertip veil. Miss Gladys Felt as maid of honor wore a pink shantung taf: feta frock and carried pink carna tions. Her headdress was of pink flowers. Theodore Crawford ser- id as best man. Soloist, Miss Barabar Holstein, 1 sang "This Is My Beloved" from Kismet; "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." Mrs. Ruth Paul- >n was organist. The bride's mother wore tur quoise taffeta with pink acces- ana the bridegroom s :ncui-re ice blue with pink acces-Their corsages were of baby pink roses. When the newlyweds departed for a honeymoon trip to the beach cities of southern California, the bride donned a frock of black taffeta, with white flowers, and Out of town wedding guests in cluded relatives and friends from Santa Barbara. Newport Beach, Wilmington, Eagle Rock. Ingle wood, Lynwood, Los Angelt Long Beach. Calif. Thursday, June 2, 1955 wL i^^^ i*l K. AM) 91KS. riSKIS COLLI >S we officers of the class are: president, Mrs. Berryl Bohms; vice president ana aevononai cnair-man, Mrs. Dorothy Swaney: treas- Mrs. Verna Dodd; secretary, Grace Potter, and program chairmen, Mesdames Ellen Greene and Lena Huffman. Several games were played at the close of the meeting. Refresh ments were served with Mrs. Mabel Holland, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Hazel Miller, Mrs. Alice Willey. Mrs. Lela Randall. Mrs. Leala Young and Mrs. B. J. Frazer. Guaranteed Cold Fur Storage GRACEY FUR SHOP X Nerth H >■■■»>■ Are. Pk. S-TK1 THE WORLD'S STANDARD FOR FINE* DIAMONDS Few diamonds in thousands meet BLUEBIRD quality: unconditionally guaranteed perfection, finest color, beautiful cutting and exquisitely styled settings. JMKONMTMMMUY GUARANTEED FLAWLESS !S ed in Compton, Calif. Mrs. Collins is the former Rosanna Joan Bartholomew, daughter of Mrs. Florence Rudolph Bartholomew, former Dixonite. Shawger Class Announces Names Of New Officers The Shawger Sunday school class of the First Methodist church met recently in the home of Mrs. Ellen Greene, 517 Brinton av. Mrs. Jean Jennings conducted the business meeting and also had charge of devotions. Palmyra Aid The family picnic of the Palmyra Aid Society ^planned for Sunday, June 5, has been postponed. Sesame seed is also known as "Benne" or "Bene" seed. It has a pleasant faintly nutty flavor and good sprinkled on cookies, rolls and biscuits before baking. Q- ) Plum Hollow Couples' Night This Friday Plum Hollow golf news concerns report of the two ball foursome Memorial day. attended by 22, i plans for the first Couples' night of this season, Friday, June 3 and winners of Tuesday's ladies day. A scramble dinner followed Monday's play. Golf winners were: low score. Eldon Myers and Martie Scheck; low putts. Ed Saari and Mrs. P. J. Malay; high score, Earl James and Mrs. Joe Villiger; longest drive. Eldon Myers and closest to the pin on nine, Mrs. Eldon Myers. and Mrs. who are li for Maine ^ I Pennsylvania . ; Reunion News Frank Sprague Dixon this weeic honored by the lembers. Regular golf was the game Tues day afternoon with winners: low score. Mrs. F.ldon Myers; low putts, Mrs. Fred Meinke; high score, Mrs. «eroeri &e\en anu most sevens, Mrs. Joe Villiger. There will also be " regular golf next Tuesday with tee off time. 1 p.m. The ladies are asked to invite a guest and join the Working Girls Golf association for dinner that evening. Cards will be played between golf and dinner time. Mrs. Carroll Yeast is chairman for June with Mrs. Fred Meinke, her Couples' nights will take place each Friday at the club. There will be golf" from 5 o'clock on followed by dinner. NACHUSA HOME UNIT The Nachusa unit of Home Bu reau will meet at 1:30 p.m. Tues day, June 7, in the home of Mrs. Amv Wolfram. "Meat Cookery," the major lesson will be given by Mrs. Kathryn Johnson. FEET HURT? Get CONFORMAL SHOES Molded to Your Individual Arches Today ERZINGER'S CLOSED THURSDAY AFTERNOON Open FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9 P.M. Closed Saturday at 5 p.m. as seen in GLAMOUR Full, flowering *un dress and bolero »et to bloom deliciously wherever there's »unshine-and-moonlight. There's an exciting flourish of eyelash loops, and have you ever seen a more head-turning border print! Everglaze Krispette cotton shuns wrinkles, washes beautifully. Multi-color print with black, grey or navy predominating on,white ground. Sixe» 7 to & $8-95 The 16th annual Pennsylvania reunion will be held Sunday, June 5, in the Jordon town hall, north of Sterling. A picnic dinner is planned for 1 o clock, cur. Those attenaing are asked to bring their own table service and well filled baskets. Hot and cold drinks will be furnished. A short program will be presented at 2:30 p.m., followed by a get-acquainted period. All natives of Pennsylvania and their friends are invited to attend This year's officers include: Alvin L. Keperling, president; R. K. Rhoades, vice president, and Mrs. Landis Shaible, $49.98 - $59.98 SUITS $39.98 COATS - SUITS $34.98 & $29.98 COATS & SUITS Choice Reg. SOc each To Europe Mr. and Mr*. Erie Gerde*. 121* Hemlock Ave.,, will leave June 4. air, for a vacation in Europe. They will visit Eric's- sister. Mm. Erna Steel, London, England, and then travel to Bunde, Germany, ■ where they will be guests of his mother, Mrs. Wilhelmina Gerdes, and his brother, Fred Gerdes and family, also .other relatives and friends. During their month's visit tha Dixonites will tour Holland, Switi. erland and France. AMERICAN WAR MOTHERS The Lee County chapter of Amer- ^IIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll|v DI° barger's j WOMEN'S READY TO WEAR | SPRING I COATS • SUITS ! 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