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Page 8 text:
As a means of thanking Mr. and Mrs.
Roe for a year of hard work and unselfish
devotion, we wish to dedicate the Cardinal
of 1952 to them.
We are extremely grateful for the hard
work they have done to make certain that
Stillman Valley shall always be able to
support a modern, and progressive school.
Page 7 text:
On the pages of this book are written the
many events and activities of '52, We hope that
this yearbook will serve as a permanent record
of your school days. In years to come when you
glance back through this record, may it bring back
many pleasant memories of your high school life.
Page 9 text:
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STILLMAN VALLEY, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, l95l
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ed Cross Plans
Vhile Ogle county has for years
n free of disasters of a major char-
er, the threat of disaster arising
m fire, tornadoes, flood, and rail-
d wrecks still hold possibilities of
as distress which might call for im-
liate service of an organized char-
'o such hazards in peace time
gf ll ll i
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SE Tl EL
THE UNITED CHRISTIAN
uld be added sudden 'responsibili- Sundey S0l100l,.10 2- m-
: which could develop in .case ofloccupai-ion of I Gr o 2 es IFI, hmen Ideals lglornlng worship, 11 a. nik I
ther war. Ogle county IS hard- Doroth : X 1 .do 4 . ,' . .. reshmen are Such B swell Blilllilh topic. From Con uslon
a target area for bombs. Target . y , 'a .5 9 9, on s 013 foo eauy hard to pick the Confesslfm-
as such as the Green River Plant worlsmg at Q90 .pg ,oilaqovgq , 0 . 0,0 ek. After long Study Evening service, 7:30 p. m.
. great population centers such as faflmxm Zep95,99Xg6 00 149 "MQ silo., , . H W ouowing: ll 'sefym'-ln l0PlC, "The Life I N
cago are sufficiently close to re- D g' 5645 90.3 "9 "'-. . ' gi - lL'V9- '
re our aid for mass evacuation , I Vey xo? f" 5, 8 -5 Q 'E I l Wednesday, 7230 P- m-1 Bible Stl
parations are needed for the te ' , Q 'Q E N E 'E Ig land Prayer-
ary mass feeding, shelter, L, Q-4' QQ' X U 3 1 Thursday. ai. 2 P- m-I the MlSSl
nursing care, and possible - Sak. Q Q, ' - vit . Q ggi' Sleelefy Wlll meet at the Al
of such refugees. ' 49' 943 ,E 4: , d USS Ome-
'0 this end Ogle County c 6, 04,30 .211-vtj . 1, 01 l Wayne L- Stark. pasl
:he American Red Cross has ,Jeb 'fig 5 --L ----
isasler relief organization t -, '95 Q, A' n CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
h Civilian Defense and ot ,956 . Sunday school, 10 a. m.
lizations in those phases 0 03 4, - I Worship service, 11 a. m.
'k in which the Red Cross va 4 YP, exe oir rehearsal, 7:30, Wednesd
rs specialized. Under the 44 1 V39 ku' Beebe's home.
p of Arthur W. Bass, se QQ, 2' QI, ISA! 90 issionary Society meets F
ister Relief Chairman and -A ' - ' - 9 Agtfxel on, Nov. 2, at 2 p. m. P
vison, vice-chairman, the f - U, U, -' ee Y ittee: Carolyn,Beebe, M
sub-committees have 1 - '- - Q ' J deny, of en and Gertrude Maas. 'I
led and stand preps ai' 1 - 95. ee "Adventures in Readin
liste call. 1 gholeg -'J W",:.eol are Mary Paley, Ruth E.
,lonzo Maginnis with R tent-.6 ve "f H309 vlefgk V Schlafman and Bes
assistant, both of R 1 o . ' X1 9'
'e available a survey - Dfxzclle. ,- 'V 1- J -.. Mn' ening ltonightl, at 8 p.
facilities for mass shel P, bg, Z l i- 1 -' - . - in the series of meetin
of aPProximately 1 View Q C -v d by the Sunday school, v
ames Calvert of Byron 'Y , held at the church.
a committee to provide emerg , 1 1-ry -5- --
lmunications where normal 'fa ,,. , 3 5 N, ISHWAUKEE COMMUNITY
I have been destroyed. This .s as H, .l 6 0 g Q lg URCH
lude transportation of refugee is 2 gk , - sunday school' 10 8' ml
12:2 rzfjelc rglizlxhelter and f. , S EE ' C Y Y xntx J- if 'P 3' Missionary report of the Navajo
' 3 0 l, 95155 ,f ,... 'B 'll b ' b Y P l
Jr. R. M. Catey of Oregon is chai I SE 2,6 as V, ' 5 5 5 gl 5 dar: W1 e swell Y mm! 0017
ll Of medical and mlfslnl Bewlc QE sg Q fs E' li: "- lg Q, P Morning worship hour, 11 a. m.
ed by Dena lcmnwald' , ' . 'Q ,,g"5 52 to 2 Eg 2,5 vie The pastor's message will be 1
'hs' Josephme Crowell! assisted sc R3 QS r-'S ,E bm 6: 5 3 they fourth in a series of sennons on 1
.Mrs.- John Putnalm, will handle -. iif-1l',,. - ,-. an -"" T -0 , . 4 1 H 3 general theme, "The Message of R
.istratlon families effected 'by 'Calen r - . +5 n ew -'k8du53lLS ua., .eople " ar sys tesmntism.. entitled .The sanctity
mer. 'and lnfqrmatlqn 6011001111118 October 25- vewf-' wc, -S1119 the Common Life." A nursery will
m- Thu' Fflmmllftee Wlll 3l5Q 'MY' Leaf River football ga ,Wu SUR' ,WMO 5 , S: I-Ienty Hating! maintained during this hour.
all 2111111111-H' 'if 1hm.'Fe"'P1 m' October 25- 195 M6915 self' eople with no enthusiasm. At 7 p. m., Christian Endeal
mation regarding famllles lnvolv- Teachers Institute' no scho 11-I 'V
ieneral public infonnation conceml-l
October 27 -
Hi-C Club masquerade party.
' disaster conditions and location' November 2-
disaster relief headquarters will be
lted through the press and radio
Mrs. Helen Rutkowski.
Genoa football game, there.
P. T. A.
lcorute Wingws U.
lr Hullowe'en ---
lhen you are downtown, be sure
inspect the windows of the busi-
s places, which are being decorat-
For Hallowe'en by the school child-
. under the diroctinn nf Mrs. Lola
Kirkland basketball game, there.
Thanksgiving vacation begins.
Thought of the Week
They who aim at perfection and per-
severe will come nearer to itthanthosei
whose laziness makes them give it up
Q on . mean chemistry class?l
Audrey H.: Boys who arrive early
for a date then talk to your folks all
Pat L.: People who start fights and
won't finish them.
Peg L.: Boys who are fickle!
Bonnie H.: American history class
and everything that goes with it!
Jim H.: QCensored!J
Sharon I.: Two-faced people! iWho
could she mean ?J
Marilyn S.: Little stories that get
Betty F.: Two timing boys.
Kent H.: Literature! ,lWho teaches
that ? J
Rogene R.: Bossy people! A-
IYoung People meet at the church,
attend the Wilson meeting in R01
Monday, Oct. 29: 8 p. m., Truste
8 p. m., Pioneer Girl's Club me
ing: mid-week Friendship Hour sl
vice: 7:30 p. m., choir practice.
Monday, Nov. 5: 8 p. m., combir
trustee and elders business meetil
Wednesday, Nov. 7: 8 p. m., :nm
,congregational business meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlson ont'
tained Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wedmn
r. and Mrs. Sanford Hultman a
rian of Rockford and Mr. and H
Henry Carlson, at dinner, Sunday. I
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