The Decatur Herald from Decatur, Illinois on November 16, 1965 · Page 10
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The Decatur Herald from Decatur, Illinois · Page 10

Decatur, Illinois
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Tuesday, November 16, 1965
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V DECATUR HERALD Decatur, Illinoi- Tuesday, November 16, 1903. 10 Msl : HP "America's School Band and Chorus Tour of Europe." Fred Barlow of Cerro Gordo will give an illustrated talk. MONTICELLO CLUB Scholarship Student To Bt Entertained Monticello (Special) Recipients of the Monticello Lloyd H. Craws Of Cerro Gordo Wed 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Craws will hold an informal open house at their home in Cerro Gordo from 2 to 5 p. m. to com Miss Duncan Is Honored Miss Joyce Duncan was honored as the student nurse exhibiting "outstanding proficiency as a nursing student" at a recognition service held at the Mount Sinai Hospital School of Nursing in Chicago Nov. 7. Miss Duncan is the daughter of Mr. Woman's Club scholarship will be guests of the club at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Monticello Community Building. The art, music and 'conservation scholarship students will give an account of their activities at the various camps during the summer. The theme of the program is South American Woman to Visit Casey Family Casey (Special; Martha Jordan, 23, from Quito, Ecuador, will arrive in Casey shortly before the Christmas holidays to spend the coming year with the Robert Mc-Comas family. Miss Jordan will be employed as a nurses' aide at the Casey Nursing Home while living here. The McComas family heard about Miss Jordan's desire to live in the United States from a talk given at a church meeting by a former Peace Corps member, the former Diana Klein, who spent two years in Ecuador. The former Miss Kline, now Mrs. Tomas Torres of Lima, Peru, told the group about Miss Jordan and of her desire to live with an American family for a year. Miss Jordan has taught and has been a secretary in her hometown of Quito where her brother is a physician. She has two sisters. After her passport and transportation have been ' arranged, she will be met by the McComas family in St. Ixmis, Mo. WHO'S A WISE GUY? You can be ... if you have learned Our NEW LOCATION at 1329 E. ELDORADO DAVIS Kwik-Kleen CAR WASH Mrs. Clark holds electric timer for African violet shelf. Artificial Light Shelf Holds African Violets memorate their 50th wedding anniversary. Mr. Craw and Gussie Mabel Wall were married on Nov. 24, 1915, at the home of her mother in Cerro Gordo. Mr. and Mrs. Craw have five children: Mrs. Dale (Mabel) Walker, Argenta Robert S. Craw, Fairbury Mrs. Lyle (Ruby) Boyd, Flint, Mich. Mrs. Hamman (Frances) Adams, Bement Mrs. Don (Ruth) Cottingum, Barstow, Calif. There are 11 grand-children and 10 great-grandchildren. SWEET ADELINES SCHEDULE SHOW The annual show of the Decatur chapter of Sweet Adelines, Inc., will be held Sunday at 2 p. m. at MacArthur High School auditorium. This year the Chi-Lerks, 1965 Sweet Adelines third place international medalists, will be featured as well as the Yachts men, the Four Friends and the Majesties. Tickets will be available at the door or may be obtained from any chapter member at $1.50 for adults and 75 cents for children. Proceeds are used to procure professional director ship, costumes and music. Minister Honored Lincoln (Special) Members of Lincoln Christian Church honored their minister. the Rev. L. H. Appel, and his family, during Sunday morning worship services in appreciation of his 15 years as their pastor. NORMANS 429-4367 Miss Mildred Krone Miss Krone Tells Plans Teutopolis (Special) Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Krone of Teutopolis announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mildred, and Raymond Braun. Mr. Braun is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braun of Effingham. Miss Krone is a 1964 graduate of Teutopolis Community High School and is employed at M. Snower and Co., Teutopolis. Mr. Braun was graduated in 1959 from St. Anthony High School. He works at the post office in Effingham. The couple plans a May 21 wedding. house at 1225 W. Main St. Mr. Dobson's topic will be "Special Education." Mrs. Or- val Diehl is hostess. Members may bring guests. Trusted to Pill Over 1 100,000 'One Million) 'rescriotions and Mrs. Howard Duncan, 123 Wisconsin Dr. Miss Duncan, a second year nursing student, was presented with the Yetta Cohen Robinson Award by Nathan W. Helman, executive vice president of the medical center. The recognition service was attended by 350 parents, friends and members of the hospital family. CASEY COUPLE PLANS SUNDAY OPEN HOUSE Casey (Special) Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hart of Casey will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday wtih a 2 to 5 p.m. open house at the family home. The couple has one son, Del-no Hart of Mattoon. There are five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. MAY WE EXPLAIN THE FACTS OF LIFE? This agency now offers complete life insurance services for individuals and business firms. Through special arrangements with the JEtnn Life Insurance Company, expert consultants are always available without cost. See us soon for a free expert analysis of your tire protection program. CONTACT HAROLD IRISH FOH DETAILS! 249-50 Citiiena Bldg. ' Phone 429-2345 POST'S . . . Spring-Fresh Carpeting ... All Winter Impressive figure, impressive public confidence . . . because brbind all prescribed medicine at Rotb Johnson is confidence ... in the doctor who prescribes it, the manufacturer who makes, it. the pharmacist who fills the prescription. We are proud to share this confidence with doctor and drug manufacturer. FREE DELIVERY CHARGE ACCOUNTS ROTH JOHNSON DRUG CO. Decatur's Prescription Druggists ' 2 Convenient Locations f 143 N. Water St. 1314 N. Main St. Phone 429-5149 Phone 429-1812 Photo by Jane Krows The metal shelves are 24 by 14 inches in size and aoout a half-inch in depth. The trays are lined with a moisture hold ing substance on which the pot ted plants stand. Mrs. Clark waters her plants with hike warm water both from below and above. ine shelves eacn nave a fluorescent lamp, about 22 inches long, installed above the tray and covered with a reflector. The lamps are controlled by an electric timer which turns them on in the morning and off again late at night. Mrs. Clark experiments with various kinds of violets and starts many new plants from the ones she likes best. Her son has built a similar plant holder for his home where he and his wife not only grow violets, but also many rare and unusual plants. iY0 other product opens a stopped-up drain so QUICK, EASY, SAFE and EFFECTIVE! !i .a&feh ,1 i&,..s. sf.iimimV MONTICELLO DAR Monticello (Special) Mrs. George Nicholas of Monticello will present a slide program on the DAR Museum at a meeting of the Remember Al-lerton Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution at 2 p.m. Friday. The group will meet in the home of Mrs. Larry Hamilton. NOW OPEN! 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TRIANGLE CLUB HEARS LEONARD DOBSON Leonard Dobson, coordinator of special education in Decatur public schools, will speak to Triangle Club at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. The meeting is in the Tau Kappa Epsilon chapter Carpet Paths and Spots Easily Removed . . . or cleaa carpet wall-lo-waU. Safe Blue Lustre re-brtithtena colors, leaves nap fluffy Rent easy-to-use electric shampooer for Si a da? at Linn at Scruggs, Downtown Also Sontb Shores Store USE COUPON BELOW MR. DEALER: Your distributor of tifluii-Plumr or the Jiffee Chemical Company will re. deem this couoon for 25c plus 2c handling, providing coupon is redeemed in accoidance with our consumer offer. Invoices proving pur. chase of sufficient stock to cover coupon presented for redemption must be shown on request. Dealer may mail coupon to the Jiffee Chemical Co., 5235 E. Washington St , Indianapolis 19, Indiana. Void here pronicited by law, taxed, or restricted. 'JJ) U3J i;T33l(i 3EElB3u a?V IOOK!N.WM: By Jane Krows For the Herald Lovington Mrs. Fred Clark of Lovington has her son Gene to thank for the neat and modern shelf for holding her variety of African violets. The shelf is designed to simplify caring for the plants and to furnish them with artificial light through the use of fluorescent bulbs. Mrs. Clark's son built the four-tiered shelf, which is con structed from native walnut lumber from the Clark laim. Miss Karen Maxwell Miss Maxwell To Marry Flora (Special) An April 8 wedding Is being planned by Miss Karen Sue Maxwell and H. Lee Mason of South Bend, Ind. Miss Maxwell is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rymer V. Maxwell of Flora. ' Miss Maxwell, a 1964 graduate of Flora Township High School, is a sophomore at Cin cinnati Bible Seminary, Cincin nati, Ohio. Mr. Mason is a junior at the seminary and minister of the Felicity Church of Christ of Felicity, Ohio. He will be grad uated in 1967. MONTICELLO DRIVE KICKOFF SET TODAY Monticello (Special) The kickoff for the Monticello Community Chest drive is planned from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. today. The fire truck will travel across the town signaling the kickoff by having its siren in operation. The proposed budget for the $5,100 goal is a follows: Boy Scouts. $1,330 Girl Scouts. $1,200 4-H Clubs, $30 , Teen Time Recreation and Bee Hive $1,500 Community Building Rental, $750 Salvation Army, $250. SCHOOL BOARD MEETING Sullivan (Special) Members of the S'Hhvpn Board of Education and Marvin Rice, unit superintendent, will attend the state meeting of school boards in Chicago Nov 20-22. Stanley EmeL member of the boarcLwill be the voting delegate. 000: TV'S I ' ' V vll 7"Hcimc Sy1 Ji 44-pc service for 8 at Ibis wonderful savwg (km ! -avt y i open stock price in sM patterns. Sets priced m ! ' Ht nriC :. $288.00 to $356.00, plus any appfcabi taws. LIQUID PLUMR is the original, many-years proven' GUARANTEED liquid drain opener. 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