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   Dixon Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 27, 1954, Dixon, Illinois                               Oregon Minister's Daughter Plans to Become Pastor 1 Plan 8th Grade Promotion Program for District 272 C? annual promotion program for eighth grade students in Community Unit school district 272 will be held in Amboy high school auditorium Friday at 8 p. m. Awards will be presented by Carol McKinley. Richard Kennedy. Mrs. Harold Hanson. George Mason and R. A. Reinboth. Rein- both will present the class and W. A. Keho will award diplomas. Supt. Marshall Berner will speak. Vocal and instrumental music will be provided by David Gusse. Judy Russell, Howardine Leffel- maft, eighUL grade choral group. Marilyn Montavoh and Alice Hicks. The students who will receive diplomas are: Hazel Allen. Clifford Anderson, John Barnett, Harold Becker. Ray- mond Billings. Sue Ann Blake, Sue Browder. Betty Loue Burdge. Del- bert Claybourne, Douglas Donoho, Mary Eckhoff. Donald Fredericks. D e 1 m a r Friel, Marvin B. Genet Gil- David Gusse. Robert Halsey, Nancy Hawkins, Alice M. Hicks. Melvin Hillison, Rosy Hobbs, Idora Howell. Marvin Don Jenner. Esther Johnson, Patricia Johnson. David Johnson, Roger Kuffel, Katherine Lambert, Wendell Lane, How- ardine Leffelman, Gary W. Logan, Jack L. Lovell, Robert Lovgren. Darwin Martenson, Kevin Mac- Kinnon, George Meusel." Marilyn Montavon, Sylvia Montavon, John Morrissey, Daniel Newman, Bruce Oberschelp, James Payne, La- Vonne Pitzer, Elaine Polits'ch, Elaine Poulos. Jane E. Rhine. June F. Rhine, Judy E. Russell, Mary Ellen Schroeder. Beverly Joan Shaw, Eu- gene Shoemaker jr., Barbara A. Smith, Edward E. Smith, Mary Ellen Smith, Victor Smith. James Spratt. Harold Stenzel. Vivian Thompson, Dale E.' Van- Malta, Ronald Wagner, Marie Weber. Timothy Rex Williams, John G. Wittenauer, Rodney Wolf and Edward Wulf. Charles Edson Named Kable Vice President CHARLES EDSON MT. MORRIS Charles Edson has been named vice president in charge of manufacturing at Kable Printing company here. Edson was first employed at Kabl_e's in October, 1932, in charge of billing. He later was in the ac- counting department, and in 194 was appointed purchasing agent. In 1953 he became plant manager, He was born m Middletovvn, O., and attended Ohio State university OREGON Diana Crawfoid, daughter of the Rev. and Mis. Neil J. Crawford, Oregon, who has been director of religious education at the First Presbyterian church, Rockford, lor the past two years, will resign Sunday to enter Me- Cormick seminary, Evanston, to prepare for ministry. Miss Crawford was the guest at a i eception Sunday at Presbyterian church, Rockford, following mom- ing services. Last summer Miss Crawford at- tended European Work camp spon- sored by World Council of Churches. She has presented many illustrated lectures. Miss Crawford has been active in civic affairs in Rockfoid. While a junior at Bethany college in West Virginia, she was the organ- izer and leader of a church al McKinleyville, four miles from the college. Her parents sayv that at the age of five years, she wanted to be come a minister. Delores Engel, Polo, to Attend Girls State POLO Delores Engel, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Engel. and a member of the junior class at Polo Community high school, will represent Patrick Fegan Unit of American Legion Auxiliary at Girls State June 22-30 'on the camp- us of MacMurray college, Jack- sonville. The selection was made by De- lores' classmates according to the qualifications of leadership, hon- esly, character, scholarship, cour- age, and cooperaliveness. The purpose" of lllini Girls State is to provide citizenship training each year for approximately 450 girls; to afford them the opportu- nity to live as self-govern- ing citizens: to learn "by doing" the duties and responsibilities as well as the rights and privileges of American citizenship, in order that they may better understand and participate in the functioning of our government. Thursday, May 27f 1954 Oregon Groups Plan Meetings OREGON Berean Sunday school class will meet with Mrs. Belle Purtleman Wednesday at noon for regular monthly meeting. Rebekah lodge will meet in the hall Tuesday at 8 p.m. Each me'm- bcr is asked to bring an article for an auction. Committee members aie Grace Brunner, Erma Himes, Emma Kmn and Mary Holland. Womans Relief Corps will meet Friday in the hall at 2 p.m. On Saturday they will meet at 1 p.m. at the hall to make wreaths for Memorial Day. Landers Leaves Hockford Hospital OREGON E. D. Landers, pub' lishcr and owner of Oregon Re> publican-Reporter was discharged Wednesday from St. Anthony's hospital, Rockford. where he un dcrwent eye surgery ten days ago News of Ohio Community OHIO John Duffy, Belwood, at- tended the funeral services'of Mrs. John McBride in Maytown, Satur- day, and was an overnight of his sister, Mrs. P. J. Sjjolm, and her husband, Ohio. Mothers of thud and fouith grade pupils at Ohio Grade School were entei tamed at a progiam in the school gym, recently. The pro- gram consisted of a playlet, musi- cal numbers, reading and group reading, and pictures followed by refreshments. The tcachcis of these grades, Misses Esther Hickcy and Catherine Pinter planned the event. The June luncheon of the Ohio Woman's club will be held Thurs- day. June 3, at 1 p m. m White Pines Forest Lodge. Reservations must be made with Mis. Lcioy Schultz by Monday, May 31. Trans- portation will be furnished. Mr. and Mis. Dale Doian, Mrs. Will Doran, Mrs. Rcna Andeison, Mrs. Cliff Krapff. and Mr. Frances Piper and family attended the fun- eral of Mrs. Rose Cozad at Rock Island, May 20. Mrs. Piper was called to Rock Island pievious Sunday by the illness of her moth- er. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Byrne and Mr. County Youths Win State Future Farmer Awards- LEE CENTER Two'Lee coun- ty youths won state F.F.A. honors Springfield Saturday. George Mace of the Lee Center chapter won the state farm and home beau- tification award and Dale Breeze of the Pawpaw chapter took second place in the state for dairy produc- tion. James Herrmann is advisor the Lee Center chapter and Joe Hall is the Pawpaw advisor. George Lives on a 220 acre farm near West Brooklyn. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mace. The farm and home beautification award is based on the accomplish- ments of the youth in beautifying his farm and homestead. George is a junior in Lee Center high school. This year he holds the position of chapter president. Section II re- porter and chapter star farmer. Dale is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Breeze, Lee, and attends Paw- Men's and Boys' BETTER SHOES for LESS MODERN SHOE REPAIR SHOP 105 Galena Avt. FRANK DIUTSCH, Prop. paw high school as a senior. He has an outstanding heid of 19 regis- tered Guernsey dairy cattle and has taken several high honors in shoNving his cattle. He has been chapter president, Section II re- porter and secretary ana, holds the state farmer degree. The youths will receive plaques at the state convention which will be held in Springfield June 9-11. The Assam area of India is con- sidered the wettest part of the world, with a record rainfall of 805 inches in one year. and Mrs. Ed Brown and children of Chicago spent Sunday with Lu  heie for about a month or until Mrs. Derks is able to return to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Lee, Suz- anne and Gregorey. Rockford spent Saturday here in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Hough. The birthday club visited HattiC Andes al her home recently and helped her celebrate her birthday, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hewitt vis ited friends and relative in Amboy Sunday, and were Sunday evening dinner guests at the B. L. Hewitt home'in Amboy. Mrs. Valeria Beardsley attended the funeral of her cousin, Miss Snra Kerch, Freejxjrt. Saturday Miss Kerch had reached the age of 94 years and had been in good health before her last sickness. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Hough and Mrs. Ray Derks and David. DC.S and and Mcjcril Hough and Gary. Rochelle, were OREGON A marriage license was issued by Ada McGurk, Ogle county clerk, to Clayton Cronlster, Rt. 3. Dixon, ancl Darlccn Lambert, Dixon, Wednesday. The rifle was used by the United States Army up to 1004. when it was replaced by the Springfield. Housework Easy Without Nagging Backache Nueglng buckiichr, of pep and tntrgy, nnil dlziinnu mny be due to nlow- ilown of kidney (unction, One tori my good kidney function Important to itood lienlth. When Home cvcrydny condition, such Ktresn and nlraln, runnel thin Important function tonlow down, many folkiiwffernnR- cine foel mliTuhle. Minor blad- der irritntlonn due to cold or wrong dirt Lee County Rural Youth SQUARE DANCE SATURDAY, MAY 29th LEE COUNTY FARM BUREAU AUDITORIUM AMBOY, ILL Music By IKENS TRIO _ Caller Curtis Briekey ,111.1.1. t STOCK CAR RACES Walnut St. Speedway FREEPORT, ILL May 30th and 31st DUSTLESS TRACK Don't neglrcl your If condi- tion bother you. Try Dnan'n mild diuretic. inicccimfully hy for over 60 yearn. amazing; how many Doan'a Rive happy relief from them dUcom- help the 1 Smilenof kidney and ni- ters fliuh out wute. Get Doan'a lodijrl Monday Afternoon Time Trials p. m. Races SPEEDWAY 7-6500 KN ALUMINUM tWHIHC THAT CAN 6f MISfO WITH VICTOR FOLDING ALUMINUM AWNINGS A host of decorator-smart color combinations A size for every window o They're windproof, rustproof, weatherproof tnd fireproof (0 F. H. A. Approved Low monthly payments ffiff I lodtj for liltrtlHtt or (all lor frrr ttlifiitf L IMPROVEMENT CO. Open at Diiwk Last Times Tonltt! Friday Saturday FREB PASS Rln-n to following on our malllnc If ad IK pwwntrd at boxofflcc bffore Juno Mrs. Gene CoHcy, 1202 Ottawa Gardner. 61.. Squired Ave. Prowant, 419 College To Girls State Steward Plans Commencement exercises for W high Ma- ori will in the school Kymnasium'Friday at 8 p. m. Profewor A. R. Schwarz, di- rector of education at North Cen- tral will be main speaker. Rev. will give And the mixed chorus will provide music. Dolores Durin will sing a aolo. and Bernard Ifuchs, school board member, will present diplomas. The graduating class are: Dolores Durin, Dorothy Durin. Thelma Kazort, James Kempcr, Ronald Macklin. Russell Myejs, Wanda Myroth. David Nelson, Wil- liam Primrose. Cynthia Thompson, Mary Lou VanPaUen and Dale Weinreich. GEORGIA FINKBEINER. daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Fink- beiner, Oregon, will attend Girls' State at McMurray college., Jack- sonville, from June 22 to 30. She will attend under Uie sponsorship of the American Legion Auxiliary of Oregon. Miss Finkbclner is a junior in Oregon Community high school. dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Hough. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stcjn, Gary and Michael spent the weekend in Sycamore at the home, of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Saturday eve- ning Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stein at- tended a banquet at the school gym observing the 25th anniver- sary of the 1929 high school grad- uating clnss. 38 members were present out of a class of 58. Harmon Notes and Mrs. Harry McDermott. Sterling, called at the George Long home recently. Sandra Welty visited her Grand- mother Welly in Dixon over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welty and children were dinner guests Sun- day at Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wisner. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schmidt visited ovfe? the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Unsicker in Ney, Ohio. Mrs. John Gerdes and Mrs. John C. Gerdes jr.. Sterling, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin McCoy Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hopkins Junior Schulte near Mt. Morris Sunday evening. William Allen, Allen Gale. Mrs. Robert Thrasher, were dinner gu'wts. Sunday at the horpe of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wubenan of For- 'reiton. For Cool, Cool Leisure BOOSTER, il fabric with liMth. thick pint form ifurorL Ami crepe "airy" walking. Sfirntilic Fool- Fitting plcanc Dad anil r Son. VTs'hnhle. Popular for jvu DIXON There Is a Future in Nursing for You To high school graduates between the ages of 17 and 35 years. t The class to be admitted in September, 1954, is the last class to be admitted under the PRESENT LOW TUITION OF FOR 3 YEARS' EDVGATION. The school is approved by the State Department of Registration ahd and accredited by the National League for Nursing. You receive the same education here as in any .1 year accredited school of nursing in Illinois. Graduates of this school are eligible to take State Bdard examination for registered -nurses. See Director of Nurses, Katherine Shaw. Bethea School of Nursing, Dixon Public Hospital Dixon. Illinois, Loan funds available. SPAPFRf   

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