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THE OBSERVER .rune 11, 193G [lll||l|lllll|llll|l|l|||| HARVARD Classified Directory Coal, Ice F. W. BARLOW ORIENT  FRANKLIN COJNTY STOTESBURY -- NEW RIVER Dealers- KOL-MASTER STOKER PHONE 38 " Dept. Stores BOSTON STORE ,tis[action or Your Money BacA HARVARD ILL. Funeral Directors PUTNAM&apos;S FUNERAL HOME PHONE 66 505 NORTH DIVISION STREET Food Stores "Always At Your Service m LORDAN'S CASH GROCERY Exclusive Dealers MONARCH CANNED GOODS FREE DELIVERY PHONE 41 Implements F. H. WILKE SALES AND SERVICE McCORMICK -- DEERING Office Phone t3O Res. Phone 209-R Shoe Stores "Shoes For The Family" EARLE STAFFORD Martha Washington "Modern Miss" Arch Type Shoes Style Shoes "We Rebuild The Old Ones" Furniture" [ SCHUTT & CERNY[ THESE FURNITURE AND [ , UNDERTAKING [ Friendly, Courteous Service [ "'IIlIIIllIIiIIIIIlIIlIIIII: HARVARD MERCHANTS DESERVE YOUR PATRONAGE HOTEL BAKER ST. CHARLES, ILL. Pmus For Fine. Foods! Special Attention Given Weddings, Banquets and Parties DINNER DANCE Every Sat. Night' 111111111111111111111111111 [] I FOR ALL Photographs Occasions | | Persona S&o | -- -- 19 W: Bed SL Sterling, III, I ilnllllllinllllllllllmlli  v v v v v v v v  v v v v v v v STERLING TRADING. LIST , FORSTER FUNERAL HO00IE =00inctive se00i0. (B'E00in00OsR:::0000is000:,ON2) Finest E0ulpment Co'ner 4th Ave. and 2nd St. Telephone: Main 9 Sterling. III. Automobiles SAMUEL FRANK Avenue Sterling Bakery Clark's Bake Shop JAMES H. CLARK. Proprietor Bread -- Rolls -- Cake 213 FIRST VE. PHONE 231-J Beverages ,NT BUDWEISER ON .... SOLD EVERYWHERE TWIN CITY PRODUCE CO. MIDDLETON Bell Phons 37b BOTTLING COMPANY 205 Third Avenue KILLIAN'S rberr FrOnds Meet Schoen's Beer and Beverages Lunches  Cigars  Magazines 107 EAST THIRD ST. Building Material WHEN YOU THINK OF YOUR NEW HOME, THINK OF MOSES DILLON CO. For Lumber and Building Material 1865  Phone 391  1935 Care TOM'S CAFE Try Our Famous Sizzling Steaks The Best Meal In Town 216 let Ave.--BUS DEPOT--Ph. 299 Coal and Coke The Weeks Fuel Corp. Why Not STOKERIZE Your Heating Plant with an ANCHOR Kolstoker] PHONE 197 for Demonstration Drug Store TRY OUR FOUNTAIN LUNCHEONETTE . . IT'S POPULAR HENDRICKS DRUG CO. The Rexall Store COR. THIRD ST. and FIRST AVE. Dry Cleaning FARNHAM Cleaners  Furriers- Tailors 23 W. THIRD ST. PHONE 215 Electrical WIRING  FIXTURES -- SUPPLIES LOOS ELECTRIC SHOP mm'=ct=re. of 'Sterling' Neon Signs f Furniture DUNBAR FURNITURE CO. Sterlings Most Beautiful Furniture Store 311 FIRST AVE. PHONE 585 Opposite State Theatre Garage NASH LA FAYETTE STERLING GARAGE General Repairng"Bear System" PHONE 470 A.AA. SERVICE Groceries Always D e p e n d a b , DEVINE QUALITY STORE Where Your Trade Is Appreciateli PHONE 350 \\; 317 FIRST .AVE. SCHLOUGH'S Quality Food Store Richelieu and Baby Stuart Foods All Foods ReazonablY Priced PHONE 807 30 W. 3RD ST. Ice Yours For Good Sere'Ice Sterling lee & Cold Storage, Inc. O. R. SCHEURER, Manager Artificial Ice--Cold Storage Facilities Phone 316 Foot of Second Ave. Yleat STERLING MEAT PRODUCTS.. PUT UP BY HORN & MORATH Asl Your Grocer About Our Products 310 FIRST AVE. PHONE 2S2 Men's Store SULLIVAN'S Men's and Boys' Wear Radios MERV REED HARD_N MUSIC STORE A Full Line of PHILCO RADIOS 3 West Third St. Phone 588 Shoes ARE YOU HARD TO FIT? Do You Like Better Shoes? . . . Corn* to GREBNER'S terling's HOME of GOOD SHOES and HOSIERY Since 1898 Sport Goods PRESCOTT'S Your Store Sterling IIIInols Professional Services Dr. Wm. P. Johnson Basic Technique Chiropractor IlIIIIIIIIIIIIlIlIlIllIIIIIlIIIIII'IIIII III I IIIIIII | g|| m Sterling, Dixon, Morrison Rock Falls [IIIlIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi[IIIIII IIIlIlIIIIIlIlII GRADUATE 27 FROMST, MARY'S SCHOOL, O lX0N Dixon.--Twenty-seven graduates of St. Mary's school were presented with their diplomas on the stage of St. Mary's hall on Tuesday even- ing, June 2. Roy. H. A. Meilinger addressed the graduates. A feature of the program of the evening was a musical playlet, "When Betsy Made Old Glory." Medals given by the school were as follows: General Excellence, Thaddeus J. Matychowiah; Christian Doctrine, Elizabeth L. Reilly; De- portment, Evelyn F. Reilly; Perfect Attendance, Bernard F. Thompson and Lenore K. Fane. American Legion plaques were presented by Dr. Z. W. Moss to Elizabeth L. Reilly and William-C. Williams. George Richards was elected grand knight of Dixon council Knights of Columbus at the last meeting on June 1. Installation of officers will take place on Monday evening, July 6. John Mitchell, son of Fire Chief and Mrs. William Mitchell, was a member of the graduating class at Columbia coilege, Dubuque Is., this year and was awarded the degree of Bachelor of Arts Former Harmon Girl lleceives Carmelite Ved at Cleveland Harmon.--At a beautiful and im- pressive ceremony which took place on Monday, June 1, at the Carmelite monastery, Cleveland Heights, O., a former Harmon girl, now Sister :Agnes Edward of the Infant Jesus, :made her solemn profession and re- ceived the black veil of the Carme- lite nuns. His Excellency, the Most Roy. Joseph Schrembs, Bishop of Cleveland, presided and celebrated the Pontifical High Mass. Among those who attended the ceremonies were Rev. T. L. Walsh !of Dixon and Rev. H. A. Meilinger of i Hampshire, former pastors Of Har- mon, the Edward Hermes' family, of which Sister Agnes Edward was a member, and Miss Louise Grohens. A. B. Henry Ice Cream Plant Works Steady To Supply Demand LEGION OF DECENCY his marriage to Mary Boland and is in the end the means to a fortune. A rippling comedy that is only pos- sible with these stars. Class A, Section 2--Unobjection- able for Adults Fury--Metro. A sometimes horrific indictment against the abuse of law and order. In a clear, unbiased man- ner the social problems of lynching and mob fury are presented. An in- nocent man, a victim of gossip and mob psychology, is apparently burned to death in jail. He does not Special estimate of pictures re- viewed June 11, 1936. Calss A,: Section lFor General Patronage Aces and Eights--Puritain. A fair Western dealing with a card sharp's reformation through love. (Tim Mc- Coyfi Luana Waiters.) Bunker Bean--R. K. O. Suffering from an inferiority complex, Bunker Bean finds himself imbued with a different spirit after a consultation with a fortune teller. (Owen Davis Jr., Louis Latimer.) Below the Deadline--Chesterfield. Romance joins forces with the law and solves a number of diamond robberies. (Cecilia Parker, Russell Hopton.) Green Pastures---Warner. The sto- ry of God, heaven, creation and Bib- lical incidents as conceived by'Ne- groes of the deep south has been brought to the screen with reverend humor and rich satisfaction. The wide scope of the camera has made possible a more interesting interpre- tation than the original version which was confined to the limits of the stage. Excellent Negro spirituals by Hall Johnson's choir. The Last Outlaw--R. K. O. What happened when Bill Carry, a fam- ous outlaw, returned after twenty- five years imprisonment. A satire on our modern police methods of "get- ting terir man." (Harry Carry, Hoot Gibson.) The Song of China--Douglas Mc- Lean. A unusual saga of a Chinese family. Picking up the threads of Shang Kwah-wu's life at the death of his father we follow his sorrow at his son's rebellion against tradi- tion to final peace and happiness through the influence and devotion of his grandson. An excellent pro- duction with subtitles in poetic lan- guage and a Chinese:" caste. (Lira Cho-cho, Shang Kwah-wu, Lira Shoh- shoh.) Thoroughbred--Dominion. A horse, won in a craps game by an un- employed newspaper man, turns out to be the inevitable thoroughbred and involves him in a maze of trou- ble. (Toby Wing, Kenneth Duncan.) Undercover Man -- Paramount. A discredited bank cashier joins the Mounties and unearths the most un- expected culprit. (Charles Starrett, kdrienne Adore.) The White Angel--First National. The story of a woman of sympathy and vision who dedicated her life to the service of others. The biography of Florence Nightingale presented with feeling and simplicity. Kay Francis makes us fight her battles and weep her tears in her struggle for recognition of the nursing pro- fession during the Crimean war. (Kay Francis Ian Hunter, Donald Woods.) Early to Bed -- Paramount. You can imagine the comedy when, for twenty years, Charles Ruggles' sub- conscious ego stands in the way of die, and his terrible reaction and his subsequent rehabilitation form a very strong theme. (Spencer Tracy, Sylvia Sidney.) Private Number--Fox. A clandes- tine wedding of the scion of a weal- thy family and a maid led to com- plications when the family became cognizant of the fact. A drama of yesterday done in the manner of to- day with the age old story cloaked in modern terms. (Loretta Young, Robert Taylor.) Palm Springs -- Paramount. The daughter of a gambler, of question- able honesty, finds it necessary to lure weal[h into her coffers. A most unsatisfactory musical with an im- probable plot. (Frances Langford, Sir Guy Standing, Smith Bellew.) She-Devil Island -- Impulsors. A jilted fisherman sails for Vera Cruz vowing never to return but love is again the victor. Picturesque scen- ery is the only redeeming reature of the film. (Carmen Guerrera, J. J. Martinez.) Class B--Objectionable in Part Das Verlorene TaI--Terra. A drawn out tale of the revival of childhood romance and the develop- ment of a radium spring project. Objection: Sficide rather than blind- ness and an attempt at murder. (Matthias Wiemann, Marieluise Claudius.) Go-Get-'Em Haines--Republic. A reporter, trying to get a story from an absconding financier, boards a steamer and finds himself en route to Europe. Excitement, love, murder and suicide. Objection: The killer, realizing he is trapped, commits sui- cide. (William Boyd, Sheila Terry.) IRISH GROVE WEDDING Miss Margaret Flynn, daughter of 3Ir. and Mrs. Edward Flynn of Pecatonica. and Richard H. McMahon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McMahon of Rock- ford, were married June 6 at St. Pat- tick's church, Irish Grove. The RoY. Joseph Driscoll officiated at the cere- mony. 3frs. MeMahon is a graduate of St. Anthony's Hospital Training School for Nurses. Rockford. and Mr. McMahon is a graduate of St. Thomas high school, Rockford. STERLING WEDDING Miss Madeline Concotelli, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Concoteni. and Joseph Zinanni, son of Mr. and [rs. Julius Zinanni, were married Satur- day morning, June 6, at a Nuptial Mass in St. Mary's church, Sterling. MORRISON DIRECTORY Automobiles The Only Complete Low Priced Car Sales and Gervlcs --.WOODS GARAGE PHONE 35 Bakery R'S EAT ETTER READ Batteries H. W. BURKITT Across from P. O. Phone 3037 VULCANIZING--The Hawkins Way Complete Automobile Electric Repairs Starters--Generators--Wiring Beauty Parlor Williams Beauty and Barber Shop Catering to Men, Women ! and Children 223 EAST MAIN ST. Dairy GOODENOUGH'S DAIRY PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS ".ND ICE CREAM Morrison Fulton Prophetstown Gasoline, Oil ROSS BEALER Super Service Station 31S EAST MAIN ST. PHONE 2056 Groceries Your RED and WHITE GROCERY L. R. CHAPIN & CO. Reasonable Prices Phones 113---119 Hardware Stralow Hardware i Hardware -- Harness 123 E. MAIN ST. Phone Mortised 191 Home Appliances Norge Refrigerators A B C Washers ATWATER KENT RADIOS Eureka Ranges National Mattresses Black Hawk Burner & Supply Co. Telephone Morrison 2253 = Laundry The Morrison Steam Laundry F. E. NYGA.RD, Proprietor We Serve to Please Phone 69 Lumber, Coal A. W. BADGER LUMBER CO. Good Lumber Good Coal PHONE 176 Meat Market CITY MARKET Quality and Service IL J. Marshall Sandwich, Ill.--A. B. Henry's Ice Cream Factory, the home of "Jer- sey Brand" ice cream, is starting a very busy season. This year Mr. Henry is placing a new milk bar on the market that is a whole lot bigger than the average and is being swamped with orders. This week there were seven per- sons busy, just making and wrapping these frozen, chocolate covered con- fections; and having sampled the product, the demand seems to be brought about by merit. Piano Hardware Co. Coolerator Agents Readers in the vicinity of Piano, Illinois, will be interested to know that one of our recent advertisers, namely The Plane Hardware Com- pany, has taken on the distribution of Coolerators, the air conditioned refrigerator. This household unit uses ice, and because of its patent l features, assures splendid efficiency. ! Re-icing is necessary only every four to seven days. Priest's Invention, Radio Divining-Rod, Accomplishes Task Vatican City.--Impbrtant research- es have been made in the region of Grigna mountain, a short dis- tance from Milan, to determine with absolute precision the existence of an underground spring that might easily feed an aqueduct. These re- searches were carried out by means of an apparatus invented by a learn- ed priest, the Rev. don Raffaello Stiattesi, director of the Royal Gee- physic Observatory at Quarto, near Genoa. Father Stiattesi's latest in- vention has confirmed his great fame as an eminent scientist, Mission Nuns Fly To Alaskan Station Seattle.-- Mother Margaret Mary, Ursuline Vice-Provincial, and her companion, Mother Athanasius, who sailed Wednesday for Nome, Alaska. will travel by airplane from that city 90 miles northward to Our Lady of Lourdes Mission, PiJgim Springs, and St. Mary's Mission, Akularak. DUNDEE WEDDING Miss Elizabeth Kribs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Kribs of Dundee/ wes united in marriage to Francis Don- lea, son of Mrs. Frank Denies, of Bar- rington, May 30, at St. Catherine's church. The Roy. T. ,S. Green officiated Drug Store SAVE V/ITH SAFETY AT YOUR REXALL DRUG STORE QUALITY DRUGS, WALLPAPER HARRY M. DONICHY Nuts and Candy Dry Cleaning Let AI Paddock DO Your CLEANING and Be Satisfied at All Times MORRISON PANATORIUM SiEn Maintenance FOR BETTER RESULTS at the wedding ceremony. AL PADDOCK, Prop. PHONE 411 We Deliver at 8, 10, 4 PHONE 361 DryGoods I Shoes Chiropodist -- Foot Specialist . . G G " '  --Dependable Shoes At-- ,- ........ Ill B'Ay2rEIeHwR:rNG III n;....,o,.-. I I AND CONTRACTOR Specladzing m ursoopeaics aria 3urgery Ill .... ' ....... [11 /.JLLLLI l J<:lg. J |  ! r ' | D  20$ Lawrence Bu]dm" " g Phone 907-] LOCUST Sterling. __ TIeLY A KBIOM STOle IJ  JI.a  La JI.e J, kJ I Repa,. o, All Kind, 319 F,.. Av. I1 III 00oT,oNs I [ ,d Furniture I Patro.ize , h It B .,., ..ul00 ! m'u= uss THESE ADVERTISERS Monarch Con" crete Burial Vaults lll N L ' T RE I ....... ........................... Ill KEY 0 DS FURNITURE S 0 I Morriso I L P.. LUINL DESERVE : Ask YoUr Fu enral Director Ill I %.% o. BUSINESS PhoneW00L!ERTVAuLTtC?:g, ,,, III Merchants Unless You Tell The Advertiser That You Saw His Ad In THE BISHOP HOBAN CONFERS HONORS AT GRADUATION Sterling.--His Excellency, Most Rev. Edward F. Hoban presented diplomas to twenty-nine graduates of Community High June 10 in St. Mary's Church, Sterling. Following the address and services in the church, the mothers of the graduates sponsored a reception in the school auditorium to the visiting clergy and friends of the graduates. A scholarly and inspiring bacca= laureate sermon was delivered to the graduates Sunday evening, June 7, by Rev. Nicholas J. Berg, pastor of St. Joseph's church at Freeport. On June 5 the annual high school appreciation party was held and on June 8 Monsignor Burns and his assistant, Father Smith, entertained the seniors at a luncheon at the Rock River Country Club. The annual jUnior-senior dinner dance was outstanding among the week's social events for the seniors. The speaker was a very good friend of the school, Very Rev. Leo Binz, who ,at one time was assistant to Monsignor Burns in Sterling. The faculty of Community High school, Sterling, announce Miss Eliz- abeth Tyne to be the member of the 1936 graduating class to win the scholarship to Webster Grove Col- lege. Miss Tyne had an average of 95. Betty Lou Williams and Mary Mc- Ginn, the 1935 winners, have re- turned from their first year at Web- ster Grove to spend the summer with their parents. The first scholarship award to be made by Community was in 1924 and this was won by Miss Helen Mc- Guire, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John McGuire of Deer Grove. Miss Mc- Guire completed her work at Web- ster Grove and merited an M.A degree from St. Louis University where she is now in the office of the registrar. To Make Novena in Honor of Our Lady At Sublette Parish Sublette. -- A solemn novena in honor of Our Lady of Perpetual Help will be made June 13 to June 21. Forty Hours' Devotion will begin with High" Mass of Expostiion at 8 o'clock Friday morning, June 19 and will end Sunday, June 21. The closing exercises of St. Mary's school will take place Wednesday evening, June 17. Ten graduates will receive their diplomas from Father J. J. Weitekamp, pastor. An excellent program, including a three act play, "Rosemary", and a one act comedy, "Dinner's Served", will be presented. MAY CROWNING Harvard. -- Kathleen Leable was May queen at the beautiful cere- mony which marked the crowning ceremonies at St. Joseph's church on the last Sunday of May. Millway Chix, Feeds, Stoves and Supplies First Hatch Feb. 11 Hatch Twice a Week Thereafter DR. SALSBURY POULTRY SERVICE MILLWAY HATCHERY 120 E. First St. Phone 278 DIXON, ILL. RockFalls Directory Coal ALPHA COAL CO. Clean As The Sun's Heat 205 East 3rd St. Ph. Main 315 Dairy Rock Falls Dairy Pasteurized Dairy Products PHONE MAIN 913 P. H. KAUP HENRY N. KAUP Gasoline, Oil Sinclair Refining Co. C E. BRANT, Agent PHONE 330 RES. PHONE 511 Electrical Leroy A. Brown Earl F, Wllliam TWIN CITY ELECTRIC SHOP Agency--WH ITI NG STOKERS 217 FIRST AVE. PHONE 2 Sheet 51etal Kelvinator Refrigeration E. A. KNABE The Place To Buy 209 FIRST AVE. PHONE 188 OBSERVER Auto Parts JSED AND NEW FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS -- SAVE 35% TO 70% KIMBALL AUTO WRECKING & PARTS CO. 59 KIMBALL STREET 'HONE 3142 ELGIN. ILl-- CONOCO Gas ana Oils A-A-A Station ==Complete One Stop Service" BARRON & CARSON AXLE, FRAME, BODY AND FENDER SPECIALISTS GATES VULCO INSURED TIRES Telephone 212 108 PEORIA AVE. B,xon Illinois [IlIlllllIlIlIlllIIIIIlI m- HUNTLEY ,a..,,,.. Directory Automobiles DOLBY'S  GARAGE Automobile Repairing and Supplies When In Trouble . . . PHONE 99 Coal, Feed ENOS-CONLEY PHONE 70 A COMPLETE LINE OF PURINA and ARCADY Feeds Feed, Seeds, Coal HENRY MARLOWE * Salisbury's Remedies PHONE 39-M Groceries, Clothing WALTER L. FARLEY PHONE 1 GROCERIES F R U I T S Shoes and Men's Furnishings Hardware F. C. FENWICK STOVES -- FURNACES -- PAINT Plumbing and Heating PHONE 71 HEINEMAN HARDWARE P H I L C 0 LEONARD Radios Refrigerators lk Electrical Wiring Phone 2(-W Implements, Autos WELTZIEN MOTOR CO. McCormick-Deering Farm Implements INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 4r Standard Oil Products Phone 12 Patronize Huntley Merchants O DIXON DIRECT6RY Auto Supplies Gasoline, Oil GILLETTE Tires and Tubes will give HAYDEN'S SERVICE STATION You More Miles per Dollar [ GAS -- OIL -- SERVICE CONGER AUTO SUPPLY i" Roo= !n Co..retieD AUTO PARTS and ACCESSORIES [ Phone 386 North End New Bridge 114 EAST FIRST ST. DIXON  'Truckers' Headquarters" 42S N. Lincoln Highway ROCHELLE[ MURRAY AUTO COMPANY I Groceries Sales-- OLDSMOBILE -s"ce[HILL BROS. Grocery 212 HENNEPIN AVENUE THE HOME OF "None Such" Finer Foods PHONE 100 Dixon, III. PHONE 435--437 SERVICE That is our "motto" and if you need your Ford automobile repaired, SEE US. George Nettz and Company DIXON, ILL. e Bakery Snow White Bakery W, J. LEMPKEY, Proprietor 214 W, FIRST ST. PHONE 195 Book Store GET IT AT "EDWARD'S" BOOK STORE Dixon, III. Cleaners BURNS CLEANERS Band Box Dry Cleaning System Pressing, Repairing and Relining We Call and Deliver Opp. rigb School TELEPHONE 323 Dairy COSS MILK Pasteurized Dixon Illinois Druggist ROWLAND'S PHARMACY Wallpaper, Paint and Glass Flowers DIXON FLORAL CO. We Grow Our Own" Phone 107-108 , 117 E. 1st St. Fuel RINK COAL CO. TRY HAWTHORNE COAL Visit Our Super Service Stationl SKELLY GAS AND OIL PRODUCTS 402 FIRST ST. PHONE 140 SINOW & WEINMAN Good Quality Fuel -- Priced Right PHONE 81 Jewelry Dependable Quality and Value  Always Trein's Jewelry Store 201 FIRST STREET PHONE 266 Grocery, Market DIXON GROCERY and MARKET A. E. MARTH Quality Groceries, Meats, Bakery Goods, Fruits and Vegetables , Phones 21 119 S. Hennepin Ave. Battle Creek Health Foods Hardware W. H. WARE FOR HARDWARE Maytag Washers B.P.S. Paints Electrolux Refrigerators Kelvinator Refrigerator Oil. Turpentine and Window Glass Ice Cream WHOLESALE RETAIL Banta's Ice Cream -- P H O N E 256 Ladies'Apparel THE KATHRYN BEARD SHOPPE Apparel of Distinction for Women 117 First Street TELEPHONE 735 Laundry POOLE'S LAUNDRY 115 Hennepin Avenue Telephone 145 Dixon, ill, Machine Works Dixon Machine Works & Auto Parts D. E. GARDNER MACHINE WORK OF ALL KINDS Emsco-Jadson Quality Products Complete Motor Reconditioning 118 Hennepin Avenue Phone 362 00len's Wear Boynton-Richards Co. Good Clothes for Men and Boys Plumbing-Heating JOHN THOMAS Your Plumbing and Heating Work Solicited PHONE 606 322 LINCOLN AVE. Sheet 31etai WEDLAKE & ECKERT Furnaces Sold and Repaired Spouting and General Repairing AIR COADITIONING PHONE 227 Tire, Battery Anderson Tire and Battery Shop Goodrich Tires- Universal Batteries Vulcanizing -- Recharging Road Service Phone 446 Used Tires 106 RIVER ST.  DIXON, ILL. Funeral Director Wallpaper-Paint Celia A. Jones J. Willlaro Jones KLEAvELAND PAINT AND JONES FUNERAL HOME WALLPAPER CO. ^   .,; Smith-Alsop Paints muu,ance .,.,ce Imperial Washable Wallpaper PHONE 228 Dixon, III. 204 FIRST ST. PHONE 711 Furniture Professional Services M E L L O T T OPTOMETRIST FURNITURE CO. Dr. Gee. McGraham 117 FIRST STREET 214-16-18 West First St, Phone 161 Pho'n 282 toy appointment IIIII IIIIIIII IIIIIII IIIIi| He Cannot Judge Results D , (