The Daily Chronicle from De Kalb, Illinois on April 7, 1972 · Page 16
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De Kalb, Illinois
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Friday, April 7, 1972
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16 DAILY CHRONICLE DeKalb, Illinois, Friday April 7, 1972 Junior Scouts Decorate Home By Mrs. Ralph Chambers Shabbona-Lee Correspondent Phone 824-2011 SHABBONA - Kim Powers, reporter for the local Junior Girl Scouts, reports the following group activities which have occurred recently: Troop members recently decorated the Shabbona Nursing Home, decorating eggs which were used for an "Easter egg tree," and for Girl Scout week the Brownies and Girl Scouts decorated the library windows, using the theme, "Youth Equals Building Blocks of The Future." They currently are distributing girl scout cookies and are making plans for sponsoring a skating party April 19, this event to be held at the Sandwich Skating Rink. Tick-els will be sold by the girl scouts to scout families, and others interested in attending. Easter Outings Guests Easter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tyne were Mr. and Mrs. Jen DeFpno and son Jamey, also Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tyne, Tiffiny and Derrick and family members Marlene, Tanya, Christina and Dawn and her friend Jim Fritsch. Mrs. Leona Diller and Mrs. Lila Wormley, Steward, and their sister, Mrs. Nellie Houghtby, Shabbona, were guests on Easter of another sister, Mrs. Doris Titus, DeKalb. Mrs. Lila Storey spent the Panel To Discuss Juvenile Justice At Chicago Meet DEKALB - Juvenile experts estimate it costs between $5,700 and $10,000 a year to keep a youthful offender in a correctional institution. Last year there were over 50,000 young offenders in the United States. In most cases, these experts say, the money was wasted as far as rehabilitation was concerned. A major conference on ways community-based organizations can work together to provide alternatives to the present system of juvenile justice is scheduled April 21 and 22 in Chicago, according to Rod Black, program director of the Kishwaukee Family YMCA. A delegation from DeKalb County including Mr. Al Oder-kirk, "Y" Board President will attend the meeting representing our YMCA. The conference has been called by Region I of the National Council of YMCA's, Black said. , Attendance at the event is open to those organizations interested in working collabo- inflation coverage As the value of your house gas up so does your insurance coverage, with a Slate Farm Homeowners Pol icy. State farm is air you need to know about insurance. Call me today M.E. "WORRY" BURKART 1 39 Sotramento St. Sycamore PHONE 895-3529 STATE FARM TAT I IMM Stare Fa'ti Fire ard Casa!'y Company Home Office: Biocn'iinytcn, Illinois L n p , Ljl ik LI weekend with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Douglass and family, Kankakee. Joining them for dinner on Easter Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Douglass and two children of McHenry and Mrs. Ira Douglass and Feme, Shabbona. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McGrew on Easter were their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin McGrew Eddie McGrew, Burlington and friend Lou Ann Peterson, of Hampshire; also, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Olson and family. Their son-in-law and dauglv ter, the Tony Heals of Malta, spent the day with relatives in Flora, III. Brotherhood Meets The Brotherhood met Monday night at the Calvary Lutheran Church, rural Lee, with 23 in attendance. Special guest speaker was Ralph Quest of Rochelle. Carl' Hill, president, was in charge of the short business session which followed the opening hymn with William Grover accompanying. Wallace Grover gave devotions based on Peter's testimony. Refreshments were served afterwards by Gaylord Berg and Theodore Molund. A person standing 70 feet above sea level can see about II miles. ratively to, in effect, replace the present juvenile justice system with responsive, caring community alternatives. Principal speakers at the conference, scheduled to begin April 21 at 4 p.m. at the Chicago Hilton Hotel, include Indiana Senator Birch Bayh, chairman of the Senate Sub-Committee on Juvenile Delinquency: Howard James, Pulitzer prizewinning author of "Crisis in the Courts" and "Children in Trouble; A National Scandal." Delegates will also hear an address by Judge W. Sylvester White, presiding judge of the Cook County Juvenile Court and Dr. Robert W. Harlan, Executive Director of the National Council of YMCA's. The YMCA and others who have intensely studied the situation of juvenile justice in the country, generally agree that the present system does little more than perpetuate a criminal base. A youngster entering the system is often placed with hardened crimi nals and really graduates from a "school for crime." Black said the National YMCA has set an all out attack on the conditions which foster alienation, delinquency and crime and this conference is vital to its broad-based support and effectiveness. "The YMCA has no inten tion of dealing with the matter alone," Black said "and is actively seeking cooperation from all segments of our com munities." Persons interested in at tending the event should contact Black at the local YMCA. Further information is avail able by telephone at 756-9577. THE BEST CHOICE SYCAMORE SCHOOL BOARD - FOR A POLICY SETTING : 1 " rfr'")BiiiigriMMiriViiiriiiiMi FOR COMPLETE EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR RESPONSIBLE FINANCIAL POLICIES VOTE APRIL 8 12 NOON TO 7 P.M. DEKALB COUNTY COURTHOUSE J Connie Kult Connie Kult Gets $500 Scholarship GENOA - Connie Sue Kult, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kult of Genoa, recently received a $500 scholarship from the Faculty Committee at the Methodist Hospital of Central Illinois in Peoria, where she will begin her nurses training in September. The committee chose five girls from Miss Kult's freshman class next fall, based on their grades throughout high school, recommendations, personal experiences in the nursing field, financial need and their personality, based on a personal interview. Miss Kult has had considerable nursing experience, having .worked at the Sycamore Municipal Hospital for a year, and she is currently working as a nurse's aide at the DeKalb County Nursing Home, where she has been for 16 months. A senior at Genoa-Kingston High School, Connie is an honor student and is active in Girl's Athletic Association, she served as her class point chairman; in the Medical Careers Club as secretary, vice-president and president; chorus; Spanish Club, where she served as secretary; Drama Club; participates in play productions and has' also served as president of her" Methodist Youth Fellowship group. She is now eligible for a national scholarship of $1,500 given by the United Methodist Hospital Organization. INSURANCE OFFER MILAN, Italy (UPI)-A Milan insurance company has offered outgoing parliament members an insurance policy against defeat in the May 7 general elections. The company said subscribers to the policy would be awarded indemnities if they fail to win re-election. It said exact figures would be worked out after the election, but payments should be large enough to repay campaign costs. The policy also covers accidental damage and injuries caused to third parties during the campaign. DR. McCOY'S Office 360 West State, Sycamore will be CLOSED Thursday, Apnl 13 Friday, Apnl 14 Saturday, April 15 Dr. McCoy will be attending a Chiropractic Seminar at Albuquerque, New Mexico. ED. EGGLESTON DYNAMIC EXPERIENCED BOARD MEMBER BOARD Missionary Speakers Visit Plato Church By Mrs. Ed Nelsendorf Burlington Correspondent Phone 883-J788 BURLINGTON - The Rev. and Mrs. Edward Heyer, Unit- ; ed Methodist missionaries home on furlough, have been invited to be guest speakers at the Plato Center Methodist and Burlington Churches by the Rev. Lowell Hoyle. Mrs. Heyer will tell of their work and life in her presentation at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 11 in the Plato Center church parlors. The Heyers are serving in Serra Leone and while on furlough are in Hinckley. The April II meeting is sponsored by the Women's Society of Christian Service and is open to the public. Family Gathering Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stojan and family of Rural Burlington, were host to a pre-Easter supper recently. Guests included their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Christoffel of Aurora and their son and family, the Michael Stojans and Michelle of Burlington. All attended Asia Topic DEKALB - An expert on Asia will speak at Northern Illinois University April 11 and 12. Dr. Frederic K. Lehman of the University of Illinois will give a lecture open to the public Tuesday, April 11, in the NIU Library Auditorium beginning at 8:30 p.m. The following day, Lehman will present a seminar for graduate students in Reavis West 425 at 3 p.m. His talk is entitled, "Buddhist and Hindu Symbolism and the Rise and FallofSukhodaya." Lehman was born in New York City, but grew up, in India and Burma. He retur-need to the U.S. at the age of 16 in 1940 and finished his education in this country. He received his doctorate from Columbia University in 1959 in anthropology and linguistics. The professor of anthropology and linguistics has held positions at the University of Pennsylvania, Yale University and . previously served at the University of Illinois in the early 1950's. , He has also done field work in Burma, and his anthropology work has been chiefly concerned with developing Mow Open SUNDAYS -Ban 1 2 Noon-1 2 Midnight Package Goods Restaurant 12 Noon-1 0 p.m. Sunday Special Prime Rib Roasf Turkey Baked Ham and our Complete Menu. The Uptown Restaurant and Tavern 332 W. State St. Sycamore Stop in and See the All Hew Scrambler 350 Inr '70 Scrambler 330. One of Hondo's most popular mochmes. On the rood or off ... in town or in the country, you can depend on the CL-350 K3 to toke you wherever you wont to go. It II take you there wh power, too. The four-stroke OHC twin delivers o whopping 33 bhp. And .t take you there with style. Beautiful, chrome upswept pipes Greot new tank ond tank striping. Rich metallic colors. BOB-JO CYCLE SALES AND SERVICE Phone 895-5251 4 Miltt last of Sycamore on Hwy. 64 services at SL Johns Lutheran Church afterwards. V-Y. ' ' Hosts Club The Burlington-Hampshire Club Gals met at the home of Mrs. Arlo Klock recently. Lunch was served with an Easter motif. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Gerald Conro, Mrs. Edward Neisendorf and Mrs. Darwin Conro. The April meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Darwin Conro. . Hou segues ts Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stojan and Mack drove to Wichita, Kan. last week to spend a few days with her brother and sister and families, the Houston Crafts and Mrs. Velma Smith, i Public Supper St. Johns Lutheran Ladies of Burlington are sponsoring a pancake supper and bake Sale, April 14 from 5 p.m. until 7:30. Proceeds are to go toward the landscaping of the parsonage. The public is welcome to attend, ' Florida Trip Joyce Andersen and Carol Jones of Burlington left last week from O'Hare Airport for a week's vacation at Datona Of Lecture theories about social organization and kinship systems as they apply to Southeastern Asia.;.' His linguistic work has been with Burmese and Tibeto-Bur-man languages. The appearance of Lehman is co-sponsored by the South Closed Coast Inn Watch For Grand Opening 1001 YV. State Sycamore Mrs. W.M. Jones thanks yoo THE FAMILY OF THE LATE Bishop W.M. Jones wish to express their thanks to the people who have considered their sorrow throughout his extended illness. The deeply understanding heart of you people in our comfortless experience, the kindness; especially Dr. Ovitz' staff, the many friends who wrote tenderly, remain in our thoughts forever. Yours till than, and always, the Jones Family. K- '"V X I ' r ' If r ft ! ', And a new, more comfortable seat. But the Honda Scrambler 350 has so much more than just beauty features. There's a new flip-type gas cop far easier fueling, more secure locking. Constant-velocity twin caibs for top performance. Reinforced high hondlebars. Rugged five-speed, constant-mesh transmission. Independent speedometer and tach. FuH rood lighting. And a quick, easy electric starter. To ride it is to believe it. Beach, Fla. The Everett An-dersens took them to O'Hare and the Harold Jones will meet them on theirreturn. . Social News Mr. and Mrs. Don See and family of Quincy, 111., spent a few days with his parents the Jerry Sees of Burlington. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. M.F, See of Plainfield were guest there. They all traveled to the home of Mrs. Don See's parents Mr. and . Mrs. Herbert Eggers of Huntley for Easter dinner. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thomas Jr. and children of Maple Park. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Andersen of Burlington were guests at their sons home the Kenneth Andersens and family of Virgil for Easter supper. Other guests included their other son and family Mr. and Mrs. James Andersen, Kathy, Kevin, Mike and Mark of Wisconsin Dells, Wis. Also Mrs. Kenneth Andersen's mother, Mrs. Ralph Batterson of Soldiers Grove, Wis., and her brother and family Mr. and Mrs. James Patter-. son and boys of Kirkland. east Asian Study Club at NIU and the Graduate Student-Faculty Committee. San Francisco is the home of the Pacific Coast Stock Exchange and a Federal Reserve bank. ' Stop by DO NOT PASS Mr. and Mrs. Erman Shairer and family of Bloomington spent the weekend with his mother Mrs. Jean Shairer and sister Julie of Burlington. Julie was home from Illinois State at Normal. Easter dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. James Andersen and family of Wisconsin Dells, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jacobson and family of Sycamore. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chamberlain and children of Elgin were recent guests in the home of her grandmother Mr. and Mrs. Emil Keil of Burlington. Other visitors this week were Mrs. Wilma Meyer of Hampshire and Mrs. Arlene Chamberlain and children of r i Big Medical Bills Could you pay a substantial medical bill for yourself or a member of your family? Inquire about "Major Medical." LESTER M. ANDERSON Phone 895-4258 421 DeKalb Ave., Sycamore New TorK insurance wo. I . THE NATIONAL BANK & TRUST COMPANY OF SYCAMORE SAYS UP THE OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE 24 OR MORE A YEAR WITH... NO SERVICE CHARGE NO MINIMUM BALANCE PERSONAL CHECKING ACCOUNTS Here's an opportunity that will most certainly save dollars if you are still paying service charges for your personal checking account. The National Bank & Trust Company plan has no service charge, no minimum balance, and there's no tie-in with a savings account or other, bank service. You can write as many checks as you like at no charge. 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