Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on June 2, 1955 · Page 10
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 10

Dixon, Illinois
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Thursday, June 2, 1955
Page 10
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Saddle Club Plans Ride AMBOY— (Special)— Green River Saddle Club will meet Friday at 8 p.m. for a moonlight ride and scramble supper. The ride will begin in Lee Center. Members ^ will go to the Roy Vivian farm near Amboy for supper, and will return to Lee Center by a different route. "There will be a loading chute available. Members will bring their own wieners and buns, a dish to pass, table service. Coffee will be furnished. Oregon Library Sponsors Summer Program for Kids OREGON — (Special) — "By Rock et to Adventure" is the name of the sumer reading club sponsored by the Oregon Public Library. Planets, space ships, colored dots and stars will show progress ' of each reader in the club, which is open to first graders through eighth graders. Registration will be on June 6. T and S. r 110 HENNEPIN AVE. 3.19 WALL BRUSH. Use with any paint, v„mKh or .nnm-l.7-77 NU-PURPOSE THINNER. Thins any oil-base paint, varnish. Qt...47e SALE— Super Texture Finish. No mixing, easy to apply. Gal.. Franklin Soldier Wins Award PFC. RONALD D. CLAYTON, Franklin Grove, fright) is shown as he received a "Certificate of Achievement" award from Col. H. G. Roller in Pusan, Korea. Clayton was cited for reliability and efficiency in his work as troop information and education supervisor for the 530th Quartermaster Company. Clayton is a graduate of Franklin Grove High School, and attended the University of Illinois.- He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Clayton, Ri. 1, Franklin Grove. 85.95 SHALLOW WELL PUMP With Tank 74.88 Piston-type Delivers275GPHat25ft.depth.Withl5-gal.gclvan. ized tank. Heavy duty, capacitor Vi-HP motor. Pressure switch, relief valve, all-bronze valve deck. Smooth running; delivers constcnt volume within 25' depth. ififel SERVICE COMBINATION, REG. 8.45 7.44 Has two cartridge fused pullouts, four branch circuits. Series wired, grounded neutral. UL listed. Buy now, save. REGULAR 12c COMMON NAILS 10c fc Serve now on quality common nails. Sizes 6-d to 20-d. Sharp points for easy driving. Come in today, stock-up. Plan Service at Scout Camporee MT. MORRIS — (Special)— The ev. Luther Cooperrider, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, will con duct worship services for the Chicago Scout Camporee at White Pines State Park Sunday at * a.m. Thousands of Scouts from the city will spend the day in the park. The Sunday schedule in Trinity Church will be the Festival o: the Holy Trinity with Communion and reception of new members at 9:45 a.m.; church school at 11:15 a.m.; Luther League at 6:30 p.m.. and church school workers' conference at 7:30 p.m. Na in e Mem orial Day Committee OHIO — (Special)— The Memorial Day committee for 1956 includes Mark Sisler. chairman; Harold Tucker, vice chairman, and Mrs. James Evans, secretary. The program committee includes Rich ard Swanson, chairman: Felix Johnson, Mrs. Julius Kramer, Mrs Leroy Norden and Mr3. Robert Ewalt. PHONE 2-1911 HOMETNEEDS SALE Buy Now — Pay Later. Use Wards or FHA Terms STORE HOURS: Open Fri., 9 'til 9 -Sat., 9-5 Thurs., 9-12 ■(■SB PIPEWRENCH— Stillson pattern. Drop-forged. Reg. 2.29, now. ..1.88 137.65 WHITE 3-PC. BATH SET 109.88 No Money Down— 3 Yrs. to pay on FHA Terms. Wards regular low price now cut even deeper. Glistening 3-pc. set includes 4Va ft- porcelain-enameled steel tub and lavatory — with faucets and tub drain, and a vitreous china closet with hardwood seat. 5* TUB ..114.88 PLASTIC TILE. Wide range of decorator colors. Sq. ft... ...42c WARDWHITE PAINT. Ideal for one-coat house re-painting. Gal. ..5. 85 IUY NOW — USE WARDS MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN i 7.19 TRIM PAINT. Use on shutters. Gal.. 6.66 QT., Raa. 1.98... 1.77 SALE — Ail-Purpose En-omel. In lasting colon. J // A / 'aafflovuxxt. Thursday, June 2, 1955 Blackhaivk Grange Will Meet Friday OREGON— (Special)— Bl Grange will meel Friday i the hall. A mer Home Bureau S p.n lal sei will be held. Committee members are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc pherson. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nichol son, Ray Nicholson. Mrs. Melissa Nicholson and Keller Smith. Vacation School Opens Tuesday MT. MORRIS —(Special children will receive the equiva- 01" IS weeks of Sunday school. Classes are held from 9 to 11 a.m. each day for all elementary school children and five-year-olds who begin school next fall. Mrs. William Folgate is in charge ot the scnooi, and Mrs. Yngve Nelson is her assistant. Oregon Women to State TO Meet OREGON —(Special)— Five Oregon women will leave here Friday morning for Springfield 10 attend the department (state) convention of the Woman's Relief Corps to be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday. They are Mrs. Vena Colson, department inspector and a candidate for department president; Mrs. Clarence Lumsden. department color bearer, and delegates Mrs. Julia Arbogast, Mrs. Henrietta Black and Mrs. Hazel Elliott. May-East Grove Home Bureau let Thursday in the home of Mrs. Henry Reuter with Mrs. Leroy Richmond as cohostess. e major lesson, "Clothes for Homemaker's Job." was giv en by Mrs. Agnes Montavon with Kirhmond a';.~i.si:ng. Airs. Venola Kelley gave the minor lesson, "What Should Be Included Good Physical Examination," Mrs. Dick Miiler gave the health lesson." "A Day With the Public Health Nurse." Ogle Licenses OREGON — (Special) — Ogle Coun-■ Clerk Ada McGurk issued mar-age licenses Saturday to Thomas . Davidsaver, Elkader, Iowa, and irginia Fulton, Stillman Valley. and John Ing, St. Charles, and Helene L. Behl. Monroe Center. Open 7 :30 DST - Starts at Dusk LAST TIMES TONITE! In Giant CinemaScope! FRIDAY & SATURDAY In Giant CinemaScope! \ ijl Esther WILLIAMS I V"? Howard KEEL A |a \J -ss champion II ityggwp SANDERS. |1 Also CinemaScope Shorts "A DAY ABOARD A JET AIRCRAFT CARRIER" and "Wicky Wacky Romance' DOUBLE SPOOK SHOW! SAT. IVE. — 11 P. M. Spencer Tracy. Lana Turner DR. JEKYLL & MR. HYDE and "THE JAVANESE DAGGER" BUCK-A-CAR NITE STARTS TUESDAY, JUNE 7! Xeivs of Mt. Morris Former Pastor of Trinity Church Dies in St. Louis MT. MORRIS —(Special)— The ev. Arthur Neumann, former pastor of Ml. Morris Trinity Luth- an Church, aied in St. Louis Fri day, the victim of a heart attack hile mowing his lawn at home. The Rev. Neumann served the lo cal Lutheran church a little less than four years immediately pre-ceeding the charge of The Rev. Alfred Stone. During these past 10 years the Rev. Neumann has been pastor of the Faith Lutheran Church in St. Louis. Final rues were held Tuesday in St. Louis. Leaders of Brownie Troop 23S were surprised at a troop meeting Tuesday when the mothers and girls entertained at a party for them in the American Legion rooms. The Women of the Moose, who are sponsors of this troop, are planning a trip to Mooseheart for the girls sometime in June. Edna Coulson left Friday for Chicago, where she joined a group for a conducted tour of Boston and Tnur East ion church school opened Tues- * '" * "in-dav combined day in the Mt. Morris grade whnoi \ vara.-on H!Kl business :nn through and will continue through June 10. 1 t South_ Thev ,an to In the nine days of classes, the spend some time in Washington, D. C. and also stop in Virginia and Harriet Jaugor. Chicago, visit ed her parents, the Aldelbert Sit- To Loi ekend. and Mrs. Margaret Sitler came from DeKalb for an indefinite visit in the home of her son and family. nd Mrs. Pat Kellog and children spent the weekend hoh- Wis. ■ith relatives in New London, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Timmer and daughter and Mr. Timmer's moth er and brother from Forreston started west Saturdav for a week vacation to the Black Hills, Yellowstone and other scenn areas. One of the highlight? of th. trip will be to attend the 50th wed ding anniversary of Mr. Timmer's uncle at Billings, Mrnt. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schaller motored to Cedar Rapids. Iowa, last weekend to visit the latter's Mrs. Elmer Garkey Mrs. Leslie Lingle left by plane from Rockford Saturday for Monroe. La. They plan to spend a little more than a week visiting Mrs. Garkey's sister and family and Mrs. Lingle's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark and children. The Clark's two children. Pamela and Bret, will return to Mt. Morvith their grandmother and Mrs. Garkey. The P.obert Clarks visit here later this summer, [r. and Mr?. John Buck drove Fairfield, Iowa. Sunday with Mrs. Buck's mother, Mrs. Kate Hoffman, who had been here last eek to attend her granddaughter. Mary Lynn Buck's, graduation. They returned to Mt. Morris Mon- . and Mrs. Evan Kinsley and 3 drove to North Manchester, Ind.. Sunday to be present at the liege commencement Monday morning when Mr. Kinsley s brother, Keith Pontius, was one of the graduates. Mrs. Galen Kinsley. Des Moines, Iowa, accompa nied them home and remained ,-ernight in the Kinsley home. Mr. and Mrs. Vinard Floyd and family, Samonauk, were weekend guests of the Homer Higgins. The Ralph Zickhurs motored to DeKalb Monday to attend a family reunion at the home of Mrs. Zickuhr's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson, and family. Attend Centennial The Harry Jones. Axel Johnstons and Mrs. Cameron Findlay were in Morrison Sunday for the open- jand ing day of the city's centennial \ ^rhi celebration. They were guests ot and Mrs. E. R. Smith at din-and later toured many of the beautiful gardens and remained an evening concert Dy uie massed choirs of Morrison. Mrs. John Thomas and Lmoa ent to Ft. Madison. Iowa, Sun day to visit the former's mother, Mrs. Louis Bishop. Mrs. Bishop plans to return with them for a Mrs. Willing Orth, San Francis-;o, Calif., is spending several veeks with her parents, the Benjamin Rovers. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Moore ind the Marion Moore family went to the Madison, Wis., 200 on Memorial Day. The Sherwood Stouffers were hosts Monday at a traditional Memorial Day picnic on their lawn •luding four other families. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Harolan Blake, Leaf River; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Diehl, Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Boraeman, and Mr. and Mrs. David Henry and families. Honor Students Receive Aivards OREGON— ( Special) — Jeromne Nix received the American Legion award, and Lucille van Mier, Mt. Morris, received the Amei-ican Legion Auxiliary award at St. Mary's lencement Sunday in the In Pleasant Hill School last week, Mary Clapper received the Auxil- award, and Tern.- carpenter ■eceived the Legion award. Lita Mae Janssen got a four-year safe- natrol pin. Other graduates were Shirley Steinmetz and Rayond Kump. Oregon to Have 70 New Students OREGON —(Special)— On the->asis of a recent census of pre-;chool age children in Oregon. TO children will enter kindergarten classes next fall. In the next four ears, anticipated enrollments will ie 80. 94. 79 and 104. The census .-as conducted by the Chamber of Commerce and the Mother's Club. Rebekalis to Meet LEE CENTER —(Special)— Abi-;ail Rebekah lodge will hold its egular meeting Friday at 8 p.m. Following the business meeting, a joint memorial service will be held nth the Oda Fellows. Nellie Foote and Esther Conibear are the program commi and Alice Parlin and Fern Bride the flower committee. Pupils Honored OHIO enheime Special)— Lynne Meis- received the So Ohio ai's award for scholastic acheivement in Ohio grade school. She and Anthony Friel were given citizenship awards, and perfect attendance awards went to James Ioder, Nick Smith, Judith Ryan, William . Farley, Lynne Meisen-heimer and Edward Duffy. \TW AUXILIARY TO MEET OREGON— (Special)— VFW Aux-liary will meet tonight in the hall. \Ohio Student Has Role in College Play OHIO— (Special)— Norma Ioder. Ohio, a student at Lureka College, Eureka, is a member ot tne college drama society to present Fin-ian's Rainbow on June 10 and 11 in the outdoor theatre at Uie college. The play will be given in honor of the centennial graduating class and will feature a cast of 46. The musical is a combined production of the speech and music i departments. Norma is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ioder a graduate of umo wign Terry Anderson suffered a fracture of a bone in her foot and was unable to be in the processional of her class at the Baccalaureate at the High School. Mrs. Vance Plapp has closed her beauty shop because of the illness of her father. Henry G'afka. ?sts at the home of Mrs. Mab el Ruff during the holiday week included Mr. and Mrs. JacK r, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Golden. Rockford: and Mr. and Wendell Golden and children, came from Hartford, Conn., will leave soon for Angola, : five ; of the Methodist Church. Mary Kolworth, Chicago, on her cousin, Mrs. Lou K:rk. Mor.dav- Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Jonhson, Chicago, spent the weekend with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ethridge, Jo-;t. soent the weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Ethridge and other relatives. Mrs. Will Capron, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, was a Monday dinner guest it the George Sisler home. Sh« eturned to Princeton that even-ntr with Mr. and Mrs. Mark SUlef and the George Sislers who visited Mrs. Faye Anderson ana neii easier. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Scully and. family. Crystal Lake, and Mr. and' Mrs. Tom Lonegran and family.; Plainfield, were weekend guest* of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Scully. Mrs. Mary Caulfield, Chicago, visited at the James Dunn home,; Mrs. A. G. Whitmeyer .<and Caroline Grossman were the honored guests at a birthday dinner at tha home of Mr. and Mrs. Whitmeyer on Sundav. Caroline Grossman, Peoria, and xs. Lorraine Sisler, Chicago spent ,e weekend with their parents, the William Grossmans. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Farrell and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Morgan, Princeton, SDent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Farrell. Mrs. Walter Smith and Alica Jean are spending this week with elatives at Milford. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Huber, Dav-mrjort. were Monday evening din ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gugerty. Nellie C Johnson, Chicago spent the weekend with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Anderson, Naperville, visited at the John Cass Guest Minister In Oregon Church OREGON —(Special)— The Rev, Howard Weeg, of the evangelism committee of the United Lutheran Cnurch, will be the speaker -at the 10:50 a.m. services in St. Paul's Lutheran Church Sunday. At 2 p.m. he will meet with evangelism workers of the church. Rebekahs to Meet OREGON —(Special)— Rebekah Lodge will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the hall. The refreshment committee includes Gladys Bates, Mabel Quimby and Erma, Himes. Shirley Momingstar and Marion Otten are the entertainment com: mittee. NOTICE! 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