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Dixon Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 3, 1965, Dixon, Illinois Dixon evening Telegraph Page 5 sat., april 3, 1965 travel club program by miss Deets May vows for miss Montavon Chari is finn Dixon girl scout activities More than 1 x Cadette girl scouts gathered last sat j urday to share the fun j learning and adventure of a j grown up Type conference. The i conference which focused on the patrol system was planned by the girls in Polo s troop 21, under the guidance of their troop leaders. Miss Janet Mayberry j and miss Alice biasing and under the sponsorship of the Green Hills Council s program committee. The conference opened with a j general session in which the girls received ideas and suggestions from a panel of experienced senior scouts and a senior adviser. Miss Jean Schune Man. A member of senior troop 112 in Prophetstown and girl reporter for the up coming 1965 senior Roundup in Idaho talked to the Cadette about the Honor and responsibility of being a patrol Leader. Miss Karen Cros a member of senior troop 52 in Polo and an assistant patrol Leader for the coming senior Roundup shared ideas and suggestions about what it Means to be an assistant a particularly As assistant patrol Leader. Miss Jean Revan a Transfer to Freeport s troop 132 from the heart of Ohio Council talked about the fun and responsibilities of membership. Miss Revan will attend the senior Roundup As the assistant patrol Leader of her former Ohio Council patrol. Mrs. Emmerson Poffenberger. Senior adviser for troop 52 in Polo and an Active member of her Community and Church groups told the girls what they could expect of a Leader and what she Felt she should be Able to expect from them. She also gave them a peek into the world of senior scouting which lies ahead. After the general session the a Iris divided into three workshop sessions to discuss various phases of Cadette and senior program. Miss Nancy Smith of the Council staff coordinated a meeting of adult leaders attending the conference. Miss Shehune Man discussed what girls can look ahead to with the Cadette and she shared information on camping opportunities conferences. Etc. Miss Couzens of the Council staff discussed the Job of the patrol Leader and assistant patrol Leader in greater detail with the girls. Miss Cross talked with the girls about the other jobs for girl members of Cadette patrols. During the luncheon break the girls had an informal Opportunity to get better acquainted and do what women of All Ages do when they get together a talk. Later in the afternoon Milledgeville a troop 250 led a fun session. The girls who attended this conference came to it from Many Miles around and represented communities of Many sizes. The following girls and adults from Dixon participated in the conference. From troop no 139 Washington school Nancy Nichols Nancy Fulfs Peggy Froelich Melanie Schneider Karen Mckamey and Nancy and Donna bur Gitt. The leaders of the troop who attended were mrs. John Harvey mrs. Melvin Schneider and mrs. E. J. Spader. From troop no. 174 Lincoln school Kathy Robertson Opal Geiger Joan i Gerlanc. And Judy Gibson. The leaders of the troop who were with the girls were mrs. Clarence Gibson and mrs. Dorrine Palmer. If it s sewing a we do it phone 284-2158 207 Highland ave. Miss Dawn Deets who will re i turn in june to her duties As a 1 nurse and missionary in Viet Nam presented an illustrated program for members of the Dixon foreign travel club thursday night in Loveland Community House. Miss Deets who studied at st. Paul Bible College st. Paul minn., and graduated from swe dish american Hospital school of nursing in Rockford was sent to j Viet Nam in 1959 to participate in j overseas work sponsored by the Christian and missionary Alliance Church. She spent two years As a school nurse at Dalat Home and school for children of missionaries and was transferred in 1961 to ran Methot Lep Rosarium nine Miles from the City of ban Methot. Ten major tribes from three Viet Nam provinces were represented among the 2,000 patients cared for at the Lep Rosarium which was established in miss Montavon a 1962 Amboy 1951, and miss Deets worked his school graduate is an pm principally with members of the ply get Hie United states Fidel Raday tribe one of 27 in Vietty Ancl guaranty company and Walan be club dinner meeting members of the Dixon a Tan be service club will meet for a 7 . Dinner wednesday in Jules Rainbow inn and those who cannot attend Are asked to notify mrs. Welch to be speaker at women s Fellowship rally a special program arranged for wednesdays women a Fellowship a Spring rally from 9 30 . To 3 . In the Church of the Brethren will feature mrs. Rosa Page Welch port Gibson miss., a former missionary in Nigeria and a renowned sacred music vocalist. The meeting will be attended \ a he representatives of churches in rent in Nigeria from 1961 to 1963, the Chuich of the Brethren j miss Welch presented concerts at not them Illinois District and the a Lidreh missions and taught theme selected by mrs. W Elch j classes on a the Christian Home for her program is a lord teach j at Kip Bible school Anci the me. Waka schools missionary train Pon is Charles Daumer 3 pm mrs. Welch taught academic Ling centers. Quot Ihas born panned for wednes-1 social Calendar score leaders in Marathon Are announced at the conclusion of a current round of play in the st. Annex a corinthian shrine open install a Bridge Marathon or. Ami mrs mrs. Mable Shultz. 282-0351 or lion ceremony masonic Temple Francis Henry Are leading 282-0201, before noon tuesday 0 social Circle tonight 8 . Plans meeting couples unit one and or. And mrs. Frank o Connor hold top honors in couples unit two. Following or. Ami mrs Henry Are or. And mrs. Charles Nix and or. And mrs. Bernard Kennedy. And music courses in Southern the Mezzo Soprano currently schools following her graduation s udies music with a1 and cd from Southern Christian Institute. Oak Sun at Kimball Hall Chicago an ,crn00n of sewul8-a Mission school in Edwards and with r Fred Wasat the a a miss., Ami was awarded a doctor i american conservatory of music j grand Detour la Etc 1 s Honor Ary do hoc Salvo Plano Noi Iol in _ _ miss Carol Montavon or. And mrs. Lawrence Monta of humane Gree from Foreka College. A member of the disciples of Christ she. Is a former vice president of the United Church women and was the 1951 recipient of the von. Re. 4, Are announcing the distinguished service medal Given engagement of their daughter. Annually by the National Confer Carol to Charles finn son of enee of christians and jews for i or. And mrs. James finn Dixon. A a service in the cause of during her missionary Nam. The Lep Rosarium nurses were forced to leave the area when the Viet Cong kidnapped three missionaries including an american woman doctor in May of 1962. Approximately 20 Raday nurses now operate the Lep Rosarium for 150 patients but the nurses Ami missionaries manage to provide out patient care for 1.300 persons each month. Miss Deets was introduced by miss Esther Barton a member of the club program committee. 0 miss Ledine is honoured at bridal Shower mrs. Paul a Edith and mrs. Her Fiance who graduated in 1962 from Dixon High school is employed by Caterpillar tractor company in Aurora. Their wedding is being planned for May 1. Former members of Jay a ettes attend dinner past Meliers of the Dixon Jay a ettes attending the organization s March dinner meeting thursday night in the Nachusa House included mrs. James Dolan mrs. Edward Harris mrs. Dean Harrison mrs. Herbert Henning. Mrs. Thomas Hayden mrs. Walter . Mrs. Bradley Nus Baum mrs. Harold Rhodes mrs. Louis Venier and mrs. Rodney Wallace. The dinner was preceded by a social hour and the evenings entertainment included a Demon she has also done special work in 1 re a a k j religious education at the uni i i ivl66tincj varsity of Chicago and has presented numerous recitals in the Chicago area where critics have lauded her interpretations of negro spirituals which she sings without accompaniment. Members of the Dixon Church of the Brethren women a Fellowship. Hostesses for the event Are inviting the Public to attend the program. Sunday Kab Hospital auxiliary Tea for Candy stripers Hospital cafeteria 2 .Lee county town and country a 12 30 . Scramble lunch show farm Bureau build my and m cond and third places of unit two Are or. And mrs. Charles Lesage and or. And mrs. Harold Blakeslee. Mrs. Louis Berretti and mrs. Charles Cramer Are leaders in women s unit one mrs. Kennedy and mrs. Kenneth mall Are second and mrs. George Van nuts Days Prairieville social Circle meeting and will be followed by monday Oes parlor club masonic Temple 1 . W o t m auditing committee Moose Home 7 . Dixon Grade school Rand parents association South Cen it an l mrs Ulrich Zuend Are third. Trial school 7 30 . _ ,.a a., in first place women s unit two jobs daughters mothers club members of the grand Detour school Pat will meet in the mrs. Larry Santelman 7.30 . I Are mrs. William Kramer and school Al 7 30 . Tuesday when i Ixon woman s club executive mrs 1 wish Mon Rock mass mo1-a gymnastics demonstration will Board mrs. William Nettz 7 30 by Huffy and mrs. Frank Gorham be presented for the program by Are second and mrs. Edward students of the school s fifth and police ladies auxiliary mrs. Lidinsky and mrs. Thomas Gazda sixth grades. And suggestions on sewing for children one Way to be sure of making Good looking clothes for children is first to find a ready made dress or suit that is exactly right for the child one that has Correct individual style and then buy Ma-1 stration on Flower a a ranging by Harold Cook. Mrs. Lou Simon was introduced As a new Jav a Ette member and mrs. Jack Smith attended As a guest. Activities being planned by the group for the Dixon Petunia festival were discussed during an after dinner business session. Travel club to meet tuesday mrs. Eric Gerdes miss Kathryn Lehman and miss Cornelia Coni Bear will be co hostesses for a meeting of the Dixon travel club planned for 7 30 p in tues Loveland Community chapter elects mrs. Short As new president Terai of excellent Quality duplicate this garment. If necessary buy the ready William Meridith entertained i Nide air ent t0 use As a guide guests at a monday evening j remember that the style has a bridal Shower in Loveland com value and you must pay for this Unity House honouring miss j if you have a Good Eye and can Arole Ledine Bride elect of remember a design even to the Joseph Windsor. Detail of finish you will not need tame prizes were won by miss i to buy the dress. Make several Alethea Eddy and miss Lynn dresses for the Price of one ready Johnson and party decorations made. Look for attractive Rem included a Pink and Blue paper 1 Nants on Sale parasol and a doll dressed As a j Bride which entered the gift table. A Blue and White cake w As i used As the refreshment table j and Toa the Centrepiece. Aay in . ,. Style can be lost if these Are too House gifts were opened by the 1 1 111 nurse. Honoree from Eddy Wren s clothes most look Johnson. Mrs h 1,. Davis. Mrs a Vur James Mccormick miss Nancy Johnson. Mrs. Warren Marglin mrs. Guy Johnson miss sue Miller miss Wendy Miller miss Peggy Mcgowan. Mrs. Loren luncheon for Dorcas society members of the West Side regular Baptist Church Dorcas society will let a entertained by mrs. Eldon Rees at a luncheon arranged for 11 30 . Wednesday in the Nachusa House. Mrs. Samuel Berard entertained j members of i Beta a Epsilon Chap j. Ter Beta Sigma Phi sorority at j association to a recent meeting when mrs. Wil j a j i k 4 i Liani Short was elected new pres iv1g0t Avlon Clicy ident. And mrs Joseph Braun was a meeting for the Dixon Grade seeded As the chapter s Gill school band parents association of the Eai an annual award Bas been an aged for 7 30 pm Earl Kelchner 8 . Are third Prairieville Tonitte amp Sun. Open 6 3� Start Quot a it i now Beach mrp second big hit sat. 3 35-5 20.7 20-9 15 Sun. 1 30-3 25-5 20-7 20-9 13 Kamener greatest r country music Man. He the immortal in Hank Williams of another critically important Point in sew ing for children is the length of the skills or trouser Gingham Linen like fabrics printed Challis lawns Percale and the easy care fabrics Are practical for children. Smocking Glass miss Jean Marshall miss Sevor it w an Ltd appropriate As Alanna Eddy miss Diane Burgess miss Kathy Kopeck. Mis Joanne Thompson mrs. Clifford i Dine miss Barbara Law mrs. Grace Meridith mrs. Richard Rochme Ami daughter. Nelda mrs. Donald Sloan and daughter Pamela and the hostesses. Gifts for miss led me were also sent to the party by miss Mary ten son and miss Diane Sturgeon. Mrs. Wickey is party honoree mrs Jane Wickey who is leaving Dixon to reside with her son and daughter in Law in Claremont f alii., was guest of Honor at a recent Farewell party Given by mrs. Virgil Pittman. It. 1 a gift of jewelry was presented the honoree and game prizes were awarded mrs. Wickey and miss Florence Koerper. Additional party guests included miss Ruth Bollman. Miss Caroline reineking. Miss Rose Rudolph. Miss Clara Koerper. Miss Lillian Koerper mrs. William living mrs Sidney Buckaloo mrs. Clyde fir Miert mrs. Charles Smith and mrs. Harold Mourer. Are trimmings of Bias bindings Rick rack applique and the new no Iron embroidery. Play suits should be sturdy made of substantial fabrics. Many mothers make these in lots of half dozens. They can be Cut alike each in a different color perhaps trimmed differently. Ohio couple will observe 25th anniversary honouring the member who contributes the most to chapter activities throughout the year. Additional new1 officers elected to assist mrs. Short include mrs. Donald Mades vice president mrs. Braun recording Secretary mrs. Vernon Heckman corresponding Secretary mrs. Dallas Lacoursiere treasurer and mrs. Duane Bothe and miss Evelyn Smith City Council representatives. The meeting also included committee reports and a City Council report by mrs. Braun and plans were discussed for the april 27 Observance of the Beta Sigma Phi founders Day which will include a 6.30 . Dinner and program by or. Paul Tillman assistant superintendent of Dixon state school at the Brown Shingle. Tentative plans were also made to prepare a Beta Sigma Phi sorority float for the Dixon Petunia festival Parade and committee duties listed in the sorority handbook were reviewed. The evening s program included discussions on a a Friendship by mrs. William Northrop and a examples of Friendship by mrs. Heckman. Mrs. Northrop described typical friendships formed through childhood youth and mid monday in South Central school. Job s daughters mothers club mrs. Larry Santelman 124 Park st., will be hostess to members of the jobs daughters mothers club at 7 30 . Monday and will be assisted by mrs. Louis Peacock co hostess. Ohio a the Silver wedding anniversary of or. And mrs. Charles Johnston which will oct a a cur tuesday will be celebrated i dle Elf Ltd an Ltd mrs Heckman p01 at a family open House planned �?o&Quot"�?z"u1&Quot was devoted for tonight in the Home of or. And mrs. Vance Plapp. Save time save Monty i Van. Correct with x,jwr�nvitati0ns of Tonj Faiq Quot announcements accessories including Gilt items wedding memory books napkins Toble decoration Bride s cake knife Etc. A beautifully Persona fixed wide Choice of Stylet end Price let it help you with your wedding detail see our Complete line Frank Janssen 619 Lincoln ave. Dixon Iii. Ronli Loim items and gift. It s Selgestad a Vin Jeffi i i aluminium or Wood windows Call 284-7371 0. Selgestad amp son 209 e. First st. Dixon ill. To biblical and historical friendships and those described in poetry and fiction. Most luxurious Vinyl flooring Ever or. E. W. Anderson osteopathic physician will Welcome appointments for next monday at hotel Dixon phone 282-1241 it s cushioned. And quiet. And Beautiful cushioned for easy walking cushioned against Marks and scuffs. And because a Spring Quot has a Spe. 0nl Cial White shield a backing it installs so cd. Even in basement in 6-Mdtht a l l til or of Toalima a of oho ill let our stylists pamper your flair. Shape it and style it for Hie easter season ahead. Call soon for an appointment 3 operators to serve you Vogue Beauty Salon Dixon Nat. Bank bldg. Pm. 282-7321 investigate in Advance we believe it is better for All concerned if funeral costs Are known in Advance. You Are cordially invited to ask about our funeral prices at any time and there is no obligation 011 your part whatsoever. Preston a funeral Home 213 Crawford Avenue a Dixon licensed lady attendant 24 hour oxygen a to tempi in Umof Imit Mutt having a. Party banquet meeting Book your reservations Early 2 Lovely dining rooms available pm. 288-1140 the new Manhattan cafe u 221 first. Dixon i a hamburger. 19� a shakes. 19 ? a cheeseburger 24 a Fries. 15 s red rooster drive in opening week special sat., april 3 thru Fri. April 9 i Chicken in a Basket includes. Fries Roll salad a Jelly ft0� 99 open sat., apr. 3-5 1� 10 . Use our new intercom system As you drive in newest 6 most modern drive in service by Phyllis and Gordon Brantley Quot certified gemologists members american Gem society Quot Diamond prices one of the questions most frequently asked of us by friends and customers is in reference to current Diamond prices. There have been Many articles the past few months in National business magazines and papers telling about the rising Diamond prices and availability of Good stones in the Market. In Case you have missed some of these reports Here is the most current information we have received from authoritative Trade sources. Fewer rough diamonds were brought into the . In 1964 than in the previous year. You May not know that today new York is one of the leading cutting centers in the world almost equal to Amsterdam and Antwerp. This new area has been a development since world War ii. Last year Diamond rough increased about 25rc Over that of previous years. At the same time fewer Good Quality diamonds were available on the open Market. For this reason imports were Down 1g from 1963, and those that were available Cost More. The Large diamonds of 1 a it Carat or More jumped even More noticeably being about if higher in Price in 1964 than in the previous year. It is interesting to note that of All the commodities diamonds have consistently maintained their value on the world Market. They Are not bothered by depreciation like other items of merchandise Anil remain today one luxury item that is More Likely to be Worth More not less As the years go on. Regular hours effective Sun., april 4 11 . To 10 . Daily please Call for carry out orders a Lowell Park re. 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