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Dixon Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 3, 1965, Dixon, Illinois Dixon evening t Telegraph Page 3 sat., Ai Ril 3, 1965 0tt1e Ixon s iary or. And mrs. Douglas w. Needham Downers Grove have announced the birth of a a son Mark John bom March 22. I s. Needham is to h e former Lois Starks daughter of or. And mrs. John Starks Galena ave. A dds or. And mrs. A. E. Mcbride 1718 w. Third st., returned from fort Myers Bench fla., where they vacationer 4 for Sev eral months. Add mrs. Marion c. Thomi is Dixon Secretary treasurer of tile coordinating committee for t be Northwest Illinois health education project sponsored by tuberculosis associations of in a Whiteside Carroll to Davor and Stephenson counties recently attended a meeting of tf4s group in mount Carroll. Do re elect Carl e. I a Angler assistant supervisor of Dixon twp., on april 6, 1965. Your vote appreciated. Poll. Adv a dds or. And m is Laver Owen 515 College ave. Held a la Milf supper sunday in Honor of pfc. Gwen Johnson w to has return to fort Bragg. N.c., after spending a 21-Dav leave in Dixon. She is a dental technician. Those attending the dinner were her Mother mrs. A it la Koechig or. And mrs. Craig Johnson and children. Or. And min Gweldon Johnson and children Pill of Dixon and or. And mrs. Wiiiam Johnson and children to ims Park. Looking by e. G. Around officially a Spring has came the Snow has went. It was not did by Accident. The Birds have flew As we have saw. And this was did by natures Law.�?T. Now if it would Only feel look and act like Spring. Looking Forward to looking around next years Dos physical Panorama. This years was marvelous and is still the topic of conversation everywhere you go. Most entertaining and never a Dull moment. Had been told about the a frag a the a a squeeze and the a mashed potato a hut the a a Jerk a the a a Birds and the a a Monkey were Eye openers. Happy birthday to. Mrs. Guy Davis and mayor Lindquist today. Tomorrow the Candle lighters Are honouring mrs. Davis who is 90 years Young at an a open House for All Candle lighters. Karen Schmidt Dos senior tomorrow. Mrs. Cora Van Bibber and Ruth Henry the 5thor. G. D. Elmer Rochelle the 8th. And away we go. Complex is the word that describes people bom on the 3rd of this month. They have great business ability and Are capable of making considerable Money. Like to dabble in stocks and Bonds. Fond of Good literature a but yet like to read a a Jazzy novels. Those bom on the 4th have pronounced mechanical traits. If a Man you like to make radio sets and work on cars. If a woman you Are Able to make Fine clothes for yourself without any course of instruction. April fifth ers have an Active and Busy life. Are sometimes too Frank but Are known to be True friends. Women bom on the 8th have a very unusual trait a they can keep a secret and Are not known As gossips. Men Are usually successful businessmen and Are extremely hard workers. Barbara Bufton Pensacola fla., is Here for a visit. Arrived last sunday night to give a helping hand to her parents the 0. B. Gerlach on their arrival Home from the Mayo clinic. Buc came Home tuesday and is due Back in town tonight or monday the Gene Harvey and the Elwin Glessner have returned from their Florida vacation. Henry Utley and miss Peggy Nicholls Durham. N.c., have been visiting with his Mother mrs. Carmen Utley and the Gordon Utley family. Posies to. Or. And mrs. George Mcgraham celebrating their 42nd wedding anniversary today. Shirley and John Selgestad. Their 19th on the 6th or. And mrs. Ray Myers or. Their 42nd on the 9th. Mrs. Dorothy Sheaffer has returned from a visit with her sister mrs. Virgil Grust and family West Lynn Oregon and a Friend mrs. Nicholas Lovretich Salem. While there mrs. Ixia Retich who is Secretary to state rep. Day invited them to attend a ses Sion of the House of representatives. March 24that noon a birthday luncheon for mrs. Grunst and mrs. Sheaffer was held in the Capitol dining room. Dean hey jr., pad candidate at the University of Chicago Wras How s your nose for news a big news Story broke recently in each of the spots marked on the map below. As a Reader or student Check your memory and your knowledge by identifying the news events. The clues Given in the Box below will help. What occurred where study the map and match the numbers with the events listed in the Box of right. Score yourself 10 Points for each Correct answer. A score of 50�?you re fairly Hep. A score of 70�? you re pretty Sharp. A score of 90 or More congratulations to a real news Hawk match pm up 0 riches for a Penny q reds on run 0 climb honors brother 0 victim of sniper 0 protest makes Impact 0 a space first 0 radar bases blasted 0 Jungle tribes lose Friend 0 watery disaster 0 reds lash Back smart cuts for women pfc. Johnsons address is a 852339, wac det. Sag. Port i among the musicians of the contemporary chamber players giving Bragg North Carolina a dds for Dixon s tot in clerk vote for Walter e. Acc its. Election april 6, your vote will be appreciated. Poi. Adv a dds miss Altha Thompson daughter of or. And mrs. Foster Thompson. 315 f Mif Kenney st., has returned to North Park College after spending Spring vacation at Home. Miss Thompson 1 recently finished her practice teaching training at the rest 1 heaven school Khamsi on. A dds army pvt David a. Corbett whose wife. Beatrice lives at 316 e. Sixth st., Dixon completed a Light vehicle Driver at fort Jackson s.c., thursday. During the course Corbett received instruction in the operation and maintenance of military vehicles up to and i deluding the two and one half ten truck. The 18-year-old Soldier entered the army in deep nil r 1964 and received Basic training at fori Knox by. A dds elect Charlies Willif Spratt for Dixon township assessor. Your rapport on april 6. 1965 will be greatly appreciated. Amp of. Adv a dds or and mrs. Russ in 11 Steil. San Jose. Calif., Are the parents of a girl born March 27, mrs Steil is the former sharoi4 Fane of Dixon. A dds or. And mrs. Fores i Thompson. 315 e. Mckenney or is received word of the birth of i son to their son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Forest Thompson Lancaster Calif. The baby weighed nine pounds three ounces at birth sunday. The Thompsons have two other children Laurie 6 and Julie 4 mrs. Thompson i the former Nancv Andrews. A concert in Carnegie Hall wednesday and thursday. Last night the group appeared in Philadelphia. Mrs. Hey attended the concerts and before returning to Dixon will visit relatives in i Ewis town. A. Nancy Samuels. Bardstown ky., returned yesterday to her classes at Centre College after a visit in grand Detour with Pierce and Ben Shaw. Cindy Brasky a senior at Amboy High is weekending it at the Tri delt House at the University of Illinois. Tossing. Selling. Giving. A Little or a lot a whatever you be got a Tell it to the people. Its bargain week at the Telegraph for All non commercial want ads from april 4-10 in Observance of International want and week. For this week Only you get six insertions for the Price of three or. And mrs. Charles Crombie. Nelson have returned from the nicest Winter they Ever spent in Florida. Mildred Beier and fifi Are due Home monday from their California Jaunt. Spent a week in Carmel in addition to taking in the sights and sounds of the san Francisco Bay area. Cloud nine department. The Warren Millers having been blessed with seven granddaughters now their first grandson Horn to Cape. And mrs. Raymond h. Miller March 26th, at Nellinger Germany. Former Lee county boy makes the news. Appearing in the March 6th Issue of business week is an article about a John m. Shaheen who has built a an Empire in Oil All on borrowed Money. Is now bickering for a $-00 million slice of j. Paul Getty a Tidewater Oil co. Article states that Shaheen was born on a farm in i be county 111. In 1915do any of you remember him a or know any relatives or friends who might still be in the area Newman Hiigli people ill Honor Roll Els Oil news Sterling a forty two new Man Centra Catholic i High school. Nei.son-.mr�. John Gale left students Urie named to Tho sunday evening for Salt Lake school s Honor Roll for the third cite Utah a Harp she Tju visit arme Servi Itig Steward now in far Fassl Steward a Matrine Corporal Raymond h. Thomi a a son jr., son of or. And mrs. Raymond h. Thompson Steward iii., is serving with the first m Scrine brigade which recently departed its Home base in Hawaii fort duty in the far East. The brigade a is originally scheduled to part Pate in the West coast Navy Marine corps exercise a Silver Lance in late february but was cancelled out when the International situation in the far East changed. Quarter. Named to the list were seniors a Anthony Boone. Mark Chamberlain. Thomas Collette David Evrich Thomas Jurkens Donald Kass Susan Mcmillin Michael Nolan Helen Perino. Charles Pratt Judy Schrader Shirley Selmi. Kenneth Yowell and Edward Mcginn. Juniors Richard Brian Maria Boone Dennis Buchmeier Susan Ferris David Fritts. Tony Paone Sally Pierce Larry Prindaville David sier Lawrence Stern Lames Walter and Yvonne War Kins. Sophomores a Theresa Chamberlain. Theresa Clark. Joel Corn Misso Elaine finn. Ronald Gipson Michael Manion John Payne Sharon shuck and Janet mans. Freshmen a Barbara Conneely Maureen Eberley Patricia fair re Patricia Gartner Susie Kelly. Lynette Mckenna. Lawrence Ritchie and Gary Whitebread. The poo will a Bird which dwells in Western North America sometimes spends the Winter in hibernation. The Battle of Bunker Hill was fought chiefly on Breeds Hill. Three weeks with her son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Joe Burkholder and son. Mrs. Gale observed her birthday thursday and her grandson Eric Burkholder celebrated his first birthday Friday. Eric will enter the children a Hospital in Salt Lake wednesday and on thursday will undergo surgery for a double hernia. Mrs. La Verne Horner has been confined to her bed with a blood clot in her right log and under the care of her physician. She is improved at this time. Mrs. Edwin Blackburn was admitted to Kab Hospital Dixon monday where she is receiving treatment for an infection. I by Moggie Lovewell 1 nowadays almost everything you buy has a Price tag stuck on it that you can to get off the easiest and quickest Way to remove the adhesive from polished surfaces pans wooden bowls Etc is to rub it with cooking Oil. Taking proper care of your hair also Means taking care of brushes and Conics. At every shampoo time they should All be cleaned. Combs can be immersed in hot sudsy water a use an old Toothbrush or Nail Brush to give them a Good scrubbing then rinse thoroughly. Make sure Teeth of Combs you buy Are smooth and rounded. And if even one tooth is missing throw the comb away it can damage your hair. You should have two Good natural bristle brushes. Use Only hot soapy water to Wash them never ammonia soda bleach a and done to soak them. Its important to keep water from settling where bristles Are inserted in Brush and loosening them. Instead Wash Brush by patting it gently bristle Side Down on the sudsy water. Rinse same was until final rinse water is Clear. Rub Brush on Ter a doth Towel and let stand on bristles until dry. Last time 1 washed curtains 1 noticed they weren to hanging evenly when i put them Back up. Solution run a curtain Rod thru both Bottom hems and let it there for several Days. How did we get along without cellophane tape Why it comes in so Handy All around the House a to prevent furniture scratches put a strip of tape on ii Tom of Nickk Isacks a to take lint off Wool and other dark fabrics Roll tape Sticky Side out around Magazine or your hand and rub Back and Forth on garments. A to keep plaster from cracking when you want to Hammer a Nail into it put a Small Cross of tape Over spot where Nail is to go. Before adding fruit to Batter a raisins currants blueberries heat it in water Over Low temperature until very hot. Prevents All the fruit from sinking to Bottom while baking. Lions club establishes scholarship Dekalb a the Rochelle Lions club has established a permanent scholarship at Northern Illinois University for entering freshmen who Are graduates of Rochelle township High school. Philip l. Shields Niu coordinator of student financial aids said today that application forms Are available at the school and at his office in room 311, Niue a Altgeld Hall. Completed applications must be returned to Shields office before May 1 for consideration. The scholarship is for $300 each year. Primary qualifications for eligibility include financial need evidence of desirable citizenship and a recommendation from the Oregon births or. And mrs. Roger Hosier Byron Are parents of a daughter Cathy Ann born March 30 in Warmolts clinic. Or. And mrs. Edward Spohn Oregon Are parents of a son Daniel Edward bom March 26 in Kab Hospital Dixon. Rev. And mrs. Richard Hewitt Rockford Are parents of a son Jason Arthur born March 30 in Rockford memorial Hospital Rockford. Rev. Hewitt is the former pastor of first presbyterian Church Oregon and now is headmaster of Keith country Day school Rockford. High school Counselor or principal. Rochelle a Lions awarded their first $300 scholarship to an entering Niu student last fall. Recently the club decided to make it a permanent annual award. Mrs. Parr Cut named club president Amboy mrs. James Parrent was elected president of the Pilgrim daughters at the annual dinner meeting held thursday evening. Sixteen members and a guest were present for the 7 . Dinner in the Lincoln Manor Dixon. At the close of the dinner mrs. E. L. Aschenbrenne the retiring president was presented with a decorated birthday cake and the group Sang a Happy birthday to her. During a Short business meeting officers were named to serve for the coming year. Elected with of Namom panics a Joue be Hajj Odds a pan adj to aside Goa at a ague a Nam in Saab of of said do o3 -u03 in uni Seq Caqaj Jasbi 0 a Uoo ring a ass Emma ski Sjang is a a Loq Snow it Jaja. 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Parrent were mrs. Robert Shafer vice president and mrs. George Mason Secretary. Those attending brought boxes of kleenex and toothpaste for the Uplands Sanitorium in Tennessee. Three members who plan to visit in Tennessee i May will take the gifts to the Sanito num. Kids 45 s popular records 100 selections to choose from Miller music store plump Juicy Fried Chicken the freshest frying chickens in town rushed to you of the Peak of freshness. Quot Volu fresh Quot fryers the finest Chicken you can eat. Meat prices effective Mon. Tues. Wed. Only Congress has passed which can be considered la rations of War 11 times. Acts dec the Dixon evening Telegraph 113 Peona ave. Dixon i entered at the Post office in the City of Dixon Illinois for transmission throughout the mails As second class matter j by mail in Lee Ogle Bureau and Whiteside counties $12.00 per year $6.50 six months $4.00 three months $2.25 per month except in communities where Telegraph Carrier service is maintained. Elsewhere in Illinois and anywhere in the United states $17.00 per year $9.00 six months $5.25 three months $2.50 per month. All mail subscriptions strictly in Advance. In Dixon by Carrier 45c per week or $23.40 per year payable strictly in Advance. Single copy 10 cents. Call the funeral Hoine with Well lighted slumber rooms where family and frit of kids May spend those last precious hours with the Tir loved one in this quiet setting. Funeral Home dial 283-131� if Raymond Jordan Wallet photos on double weight silk paper 20 for $1.50 prom any size photo or negative additional 80c charge without negative Dixon camera Center 1s first st. Phone 284 9431 fresh Large amp plump selected Quality Golden bananas . No. 1 Quality nutritious amp economical new Florida red potatoes Only one Price at Piggy wiggly b size so Good in so Many ways . No. 1 Quality fresh Large tomatoes most popular salad vegetable i Iff j i. Y un5alu i Spry shortening 42-oz. 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