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DAILY CHRONICA tVCalbSycomor It, Sunday, April 1 7, 1 994 7 News notes Creamer leads NIU field school Professor Winifred Creamer will lead the Northern Illinois University archaeological field school May 27-July 5 in Santa Fe, N.M. The field school is conducted at Pueblo Blanco, located 30 miles south of Santa Fe, a late prehistoric pueblo that was occupied from approximately AJD. 13SO-1500. For more information, call Arlene Neher, 753-5200. Professors teach Elderhostel classes Professor Paul Sorensen will teach an Elderhostel on prairie reconstruction June 5-1 1 at Northern Illinois University. Professors Jordan Schwarz, James Giles and Robert Self will lead an Elderhostel on World War n June 5-11; it includes a visit to the captured German submarine at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. Professors William McCready and Steven Franklin will lead a study of the Holocaust Issue and Literature from June 26-July 2, which includes a visit to the Illinois Holocaust Memorial. There is a commuter option. For information, call Steven Johnson, 753-5200. Wallace gets essay award The lodge award for the top essay in this year's Illinois Elks Association Americanism Essay Contest was presented to Megan Wallace at the BPO Elks Lodge No. 765 honors night dinner. The topic for this year's contest was patriotism; the contest was open to seventh- and eighth-grade students from local communities. Wallace, an eighth-grade student from Indian Creek Middle School, Waterman, received a $100 savings bond. Her essay will be submitted to the Illinois Elks Association North Central District competition, which will take place this month. She is the daughter of Mike and Judy Wallace, Shabbona. Darfler gets 70-year pin SANDWICH Walter Darfler, 98, of Sandwich, received a 70-year membership pin from the Sandwich Masonic Lodge, Meteor Lodge No. 283. Because he was unable to attend the presentation due to illness, his son. Gene Darfler, represented him. The presentation was made by Walter Quackenbush, master of Naperville's Euclid Lodge No. 65. Sandwich Meteor Lodge No. 283 meets at 8:30 p.m. the first and third Tuesdays of each month at the Masonic Temple, 301 E. Railroad St. All Masons are invited to attend. Persons interested in joining the lodge should contact the secretary, Jim Weekly, 786-8203. Jessie Schulz has birthday Jessie (Jess) Schulz observed her 90th birthday on April 1 1, 1994. She was bom April 11, 1904, in Hampshire, to Henry and Mary (Bollinger) Scott. When her father died, her mother moved to Sycamore. She was graduated from high school and from the Northern Illinois Teachers College. She taught for several years and married Walter (Snake) Schulz. Their only son, Thomas, is deceased. She has a daughter-in-law, Carol Schulz of Sycamore. Her two grandsons, Scott and Mike, live in Sycamore. Her granddaughter, Sheri, lives in Mesa, Ariz. She has several greatgrandchildren. She has lived in the same home on Maple Street for over 80 years. A reception was given for her April 10 at her grandson's home. She and her late husband operated the BenHi Soda Grill for 23 years. Panel to discuss health care abroad The International Education Committee of Kishwaukee College will be host for a panel discussion next week of the differences in which health care is perceived by an African-American, an American from India and a Hispanic national from Mexico. THe discussion will take place on the college's campus in Malta from 12:20 to 2 pjn. Tuesday in Room C-144. Panelists scheduled to make presentations and answer questions include Bernie Johnson, an African-American physician; Anju Kanwar. a graduate student from India; and Alejandro Ramirez, a Mexican physician. Hospital offers PMS support group Rockford Memorial Hospital's next PMS support group begins April 26. Meetings will be held from 5:30 to 7 pjn. every other Tuesday through July 5 in the library of Women's Health Advantage, Rockford Medical Building, Suite 108, 2350 N. Rockton Ave. Meetings are free of charge. For more information or to register, call 961-6215. Somonauk writer appointed to panel Eduardo Eusebio of Somonauk has been appointed to the Illinois Arts Council's Literature Panel for 1994. As one of 12 panelists, he is responsible for judging literary grant applications from all over Illinois. Eusebio holds a master's degree in creative writing from Columbia College in Chicago, where be won several grants and a scholarship while maintaining straight A's. He has published fiction and non-fiction in local and national magazines and journals, and given readings in the Chicago area. Eusebio and his wife, Kim, publish Hyphen Magazine, a not-for-profit art and literary magazine which is nationally distributed. Also on the magazine staff are Matt Adrian and Lorie Popp of Somonauk. FFA to have open house The Rochelle FFA Chapter will observe its 65th birthday with an open house April 24. All current and past FFA members and parents are invited to attend. Call 562-4161, ext. 1 10, for more information. Pi Lambda Iheta to meet Pi Lambda Theta, an international honorary organization in education, will hold its spring meeting Wednesday at 5:30 pjn. at the Carls Fargo Coach Rooms, Sycamore. The speaker, Jolynn Rogers, will present "Educating People on What and Why they Buy." Dinner will be ordered off the menu. Mem bers may bring friends. PYD plans talent show The Positive Youth Development of SycamoreDeKalb presents its'-third annual youth talent show, "Showtime at the Egyptian Theatre,'' at the Egyptian April 22 at 8 pjn. The doors will open at 7. Tickets will be sold in advance and at the door. For ticket information, contact Derrick Smith, 899-4045, or Onna Parker, 895-2889. NIU friends sell used books The annual Friends of Northern Illinois University Libraries used book sale will be Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 6 pjn. and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 4 pjn. in the front lobby of Founders Memorial . Library. Used hardcover books will be $1; used paperbacks, 25 cents and 50 cents; and records $1. New books will be $5 and up. Books available include literary and scholarly classics, popular fiction, children's books, cook books, anthologies, reference books, foreign language books, and books in the social and physical sciences. The Friends welcome donations of books and records for the sale. Drop them off at the Founders Memorial Library's loading dock or information desk, or leave them with Ron Klein, 122 S. Locust St., Sycamore (office), or 230 Forsythe Lane, DeKalb (home). Cortland library announces additions Cortland Library has added the following best-selling books to its collection. "True Women," "Texas Trilogy," "Fortune's Favorites," "Second Nature," "McNally's Caper," "River God," "The Celestine Prophecy," "Zlata's Diary: A Child's Life in Sarajevo," "Eat Smart, Think Smart," "Easter: A Spring Celebration," "First Things First," "Food: Your Miracle Medicine," "The Victory Garden Fish and Vegetable Cookbook," "How We Die," "On the Edge of Darkness: Conversations about Conquering Depression," "Reader's Digest Book of Skills and Tools," "Soul Mates." "What You Can Change & What You Can't" and "Wouldn't Take Nothing for My Journey Now." Rotary celebrates 50 years The Sycamore Rotary Club announces its 50-year celebration will be Wednesday at 7:30 at the Carls Fargo Coach Rooms, Sycamore. The Sycamore Rotary Club began on April 20, 1944, with 22 members. The actual charter was approved by Rotary International on May 12, 1944, in the presence of more than 200 guests. The DeKalb Rotary Club was the sponsor for the new club. The first president was Earl Wetzel and the secretary was Dr. C.L. Smith. The charter members included: A.E. Adams, Arthur W. Anderson, FE. Christianson, Frank C. Dean, Raymond C. Hayes, EJ. Haeberle, F.A. Hitchins, Carl W. Kellman, R.A. Lease, W.A. McClimans, Max Mabel, E.G. Miller, H.L. Michael, B.A. Murella, JJL Van Natta, J.W. Ovitz, CL. Smith, S.A. Staskey, J.W. Thuma, H.J. Trapp and Earl Wetzel. The Sycamore Rotary today has 69 members. Among the current members are several descendants, both second- and third-generation, of charter members. Several members will speak after the banquet as part of the program about the history of Sycamore Rotary and its contributions to the community. Week's F.O.O.D. menus given April 18-22 Monday chicken sloppy joebun, baked hash browns, peans 'n' onions, peaches; Tuesday stuffed pepper, potato wedges, copper pennies, plums; Wednesday Shabbona closed, Mexican chicken and rice, spinach salad, mandarin orange pineapple, cookie; Thursday scalloped potatoes with ham, cucumber salad, green beans, applesauce; Friday porcupine meatball, paprika potatoes. Discover BeKalh County NEW CONSTRUCTION BUILDERS, DEVELOPERS AND LENDERS EXPO Saturday, April 23rd, 1994 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Sunday, April 24th, 1994 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. YOU CAN BUILD A NEW HOME IN DEKALB COUNTY FOR AS LITTLE AS $90,000, LOT INCLUDED! YOU CAN BUY A LOT FOR AS LITTLE AS $25,000! YOU CAN BUILD A NEW HOME WITH AS LITTLE AS 10 DOWN! YOU DON'T HAVE TO SELL YOUR PRESENT HOME TO BUILD A NEW ONE! YOU CAN OBTAIN A CONSTRUCTION LOAN FOR LESS THAN 5.75 INTEREST! Rate as Of 4794. Rate subject to change d MEET THE BUILDERS MEET THE LENDERS Pick Out A Lot. Learn More About Quiet, Safe Living in DeKalb County. WE HAVE GOLF COURSE HOMES, LOTS & CONDOS WE HAVE WOODED LOTS WE HAVE ACREAGE SUITABLE FOR HORSES WE HAVE QUALITY SCHOOLS, AND SAFE, BEAUTIFUL NEIGHBORHOODS WE HAVE EASY COMMUTING TO MOST OF THE CHICAGO METRO AREA SYCAMORE I H III s I Dm DIictwt MUM Caaalr - MMm, OcvriMfi mn4 Lmttn fx mm wt tut Apr 23-24 al UK Kirl AnMry BuMo., KM 64 SYCAMORE ARMORY BUILDING 500 East State Street (Route 64 - North Ave.) Sycamore. IL For more information call (815) 899-3333 DeVille Eldorado GREAT SELECTION 39 IN STOCK OR COMING! fttosngy LEASE SQQQ00 PER MONTH 24 MOS. WMCNfflOOSEDBC LEASE. CAmAUZHD COST REDUCTION Of K,W8.I0. FIRST PAY-MEKT Of $369 K) WO (SfUNOABLE SECURITY DEPOSIT AT INCEPTION. EXCLUDES LICENSE, TITLE, ANO TAXES. 15,000 ULES PER YEAR l PER HLE IN EXCESS. TOTAL PAYMENTS St.576. PURCHASE OPTION 84JIJ91. Ktoongy PURCHASE $30,977 factory price $34325 Add taxes, license, doc fee. NO LUXURY TAX! ENDS 4-18-94. EDITION NO CHARGE! 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