Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 7, 1975 · Page 2
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Page 2 Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard, Monday, July 7, 1975 ' ' / -' <•- , ',*> /'„ *-:;> .*v'- V. #'/ // PEARL CITY HIGH SCHOOL students who attended an annual cheerteadlne clinic sponsored by the University of Wisconsin, Plattevllle, were among more than 250 Junior and senior high school students from Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin Left to right are, row one, Carla Cooper; row two, Pam Endress, Barb Boyer, Jo Jean Edler and Teri Rosenstlel; row three, Cathy Jo Hooper, Debbie Mlllerschone and Cyndy DeVrles. Leaf River Board Hires New Treasurer LEAF RIVER-Gary Myers was hired as village treasurer by the Leaf River Village Board at a salary of $50 per month. In other business the board announced that vehicle sticker billing will'not accompany water and sewer billing as in the past. The board voted to use $1,500 for sidewalk repairs with the work to begin as soon as possible. It was announced that "fire lane" signs will be installed at both ends of the alley next to the fire station as a reminder that it is a village ordinance violation to park in the alley. Bob Bennett and Don Motter reported that several applications have been received for part-time police officer and applicants will be interviewed by the public protection committee. Ogle County Sheriff Jerry Brooks has offered to train the new police officer. It was voted to place motor fuel tax refunds in a savings account. Dennis Wells is to report at the next meeting on the condition of trees which need to be trimmed or removed. ' Terrapin Riders Saddle Club Names Winners Of Horse Show ELIZABETH-Terrapin Riders Saddle Club - sponsored an evening horse show July 4 at West Side Park here. First-place winners were: Yearling, quarter type-Kay Digman, Platteville, Wis. Quarter type, 2 years and over-Diane Chambers, Pearl City. English type-Kathy Siegner, Ridott. Ponies, 54 inches and under-Dawn Chambers, Pearl City. Arab and half Arab-Marilee Honchalk Lena. Color class-Wilbur Balsiger, Orangeville American saddlebred, halter-Kathy Siegner. Junior, junior plug ponies-Wendy Trader, Elizabeth. Junior plug-Mike Blok, Dubuque, Iowa. Senior plug^Tony Miensma, Morrison. Junior barrels-Mike Blok. Senior barrels-Chuck Springer. Franklin Grove. , Open poles-Tony Miensma. Open Hag-Tony Miensma. . Keyhole-Merle Shere, Warren. American saddlebred, three-gaited pleasure-Barbara Miles, Platteville. Costume class- Marilee Honchalk. Men's western pleasure-Bob Kuehl Stockton. Open English pleasure-Kathy Siegner. Junior, junior Western pleasure-Lori Ritter, Pecatonica. Ladies western pleasure-Kay Digman. Saddle seat pleasure equitation-Barbara Miles. Arab and half Arab pleasure-Bob Kuehl. % Color class pleasure-Wilbur Balsiger. Junior Western pleasure-Karen Giffrow Freeport. i Open horsemanship-Kay Digman. Area Hospitals Births Mr. and Mrs. Donald Moore of Milledgeville are parents of a son born July 3 in Community General Hospital Sterling. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Brown, Milledgeville, June 30 in Community General Hospital. Patients Patients in Savanna City Hospital include Dorothy Mackey and Anna Wurster, both of Mount Carroll, and Jeffery Sheppard of Chadwick. Freeport Journal-Standard Entered as second class matter at the Post Office of Freeport, Illinois. Published daily except Sunday by The FREEPORT JOURNAL-STANDARD PUBLISHING COMPANY, 27 South State Avenue, Freeport, 111., 61032. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES Mail subscription rates in Stephenson and adjoining counties: one year $25.00, six months $13.00, three months S7.00, one month $2.65. Mail subscription rates in the United States, exclusive of Stephenson and adjoining counties: one year $30.00, six months $16.00, three months $9.00. For any other length of time inquire of our office. It you fail to receive your copy of The Freeport Journal-Standard by 5:15 p.m., kindly call 232-1171 before 6:00 p.m., except Saturday call between 7:00 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. We will notify your carrier and have him bring you a paper. Selections from the Keepsake Diamond Ring Center * VENTURA $225 to $750 WED. RING 199 Sjt/ySS ^^^n-l-r-m^^^ Keepsake' Registered Diamond Rings Choose Keepsake with complete confidence. The famous Keepsake Guarantee assures a perfect diamond of precise cut and superb color. — 3 Ways To Buy — Cash • Credit • Layaway 19 E. Stephenson St. Freeport 233-3169 ndTice Bowmans closed today and will be closed again tomorrow to prepare for a fabulous 75th Anniversary Shoe Sale! The sale starts Wednesday, with special hours from 7 AM to 7 PM. See tomorrow's paper for complete details. 1900, '1975 11 W. STEPHENSON-FREEPORT. 232-7615 • Bonk Americord • loy-Awoy I ':•••' Area Briefs Shimer College Board Names «-»•' • ^ t* • * , m* - . ' '.' '''' I *^ ' 1- ' Picnic Supper Set ORANGE VILLE!-Orangeville American Legion and Auxiliary will have a picnic supper at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Lena Park. Food will be furnished and those attending are to bring their own dishes. In case of rain. 4$. will be-held at the Orangeville Legion Home. .-, '-;>.< " .... •''._• 3 Members Honored MlLLEf)GEVILLE-:.Three retired Milledgeyille school board members, Otto D.; Wagenknecht, torn Ewers and Vernon Adolph Jr. j received engraved plaques at-a farhily school board picnic here. - :: ; • . .__ - " • "-. ; •-<• Lucky Leaf Dance '•'.& , LEAF RIVER-Don Roberts will be the calleir for the Lucky Leaf square dance from 8 to 11 p.m. Saturday in the Bettbleti;Building here;' All area square dancers are .invited; Light refreshments will f ; be served. .-.'••• ' Barry Carroll As MOUNT CARJlOLL-Barry J. Carroll, 31, of Lake Forest has been elected chairman by the Shimer College trustees. It is believed he is the youngest man in the United States to hold a college board chairmanship. ;.„ Carroll, a I960 graduate of Shimerv has been a member of the board since 1971. His assumption of the v board alumni and residents here, to stay open. ^.Carroll is the president of:J. C. Dea- gian, Inc., Chicago, manufacturers of musical instruments, the vice president .of,.two other corporations and serves oh the board of directors of sev- erlal others. He is a tnistee of the Eye Rehabilitation and Research Institute, y"' . r. ,""* »<K»uMi|»Mvii ui • iuc uuaiu . ncjiiauuiuuiuii anu nesearcn institute, chairmanship^coincldes with-the ap-' Cprrirriunity Music Association and DOintnient Of a tlPW rnllpcro ftrocirlrinf Ravortoiilnnrf VMr'A In Phi/xinn Ua Legion'-Auxiliary • , PEARL CITY-The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at 8 p.m; Tuesday, Social chairman is Mrs. Julia Brinkmeier. Church Building Sold ELIZABETH-The former First Presbyterian Church building here has been sold to William Boekhaus of rural /Elizabeth. He plans to convert it into an antique store. - .>".• • * . ." / ' *' 1965 Stockton Class Schedules Reunion STOCKTON-Stockton High School class of 19JB5,will hold its 10-year class reunion oh July 26 at the Germania Club, Freeport. The social hour will begin at 7 p.m. and dinner will be served at 8. Dancing will follow a short "get-reacquainted" program. On July 27,'there will be a family picnic at Blackhawk Park, Kent. Everyone is invited, even if unable to attend the Saturday night dinner. Persons attending are to faring their own meat to grill, a dish to pass, table service and. drink. pointrnent.of ; a new college preside'nt, Dr. Ralph" W.Conant, formerly of Houston Tex; . - Cartoil figured toeaypy in the saving" of ;Shime? after ah announcement in- November 1973 tHsft the college-would .close ih pecember''<)f that year. At that time, the college captured national at- tentiori^as it sttuggled, with help from Z.e£f^ Win Championship . LEAF RiVER-Four-'girls, on Leaf River High School's pompon sqti'ad received a grand championship at a recent pompon camp at Illinois State University. V^ , The four, Chris Hagemann, Patti Anderson, Karen Nelson and Kathy Neslund, placed highest in individual ratings-on their performances of routines to give the highest scoring among the 900 girls attending camp. They will use their training to work with the rest of the squad to pefprm in parades and at games. : Retired Teachers ^ To Me^f At Warren " WARREN-Jo Davie.ss Retired Teachers Association wUi have a picnic luncheon .at- noon July 16 in Meri^ dian Park here. Entertainment will follow the meal. Those attending are to bring'a wrapped gift, table service and a dish to pass. d^YMCA in Chicago. He and his family live in Lake Forest. ElVer L. Eisfeller; Mount Carroll National Bank president, "has retired as chairman Of the Shimer board to become vice chairman. "'''•• . ' Other new officers are J. Arthur Fetterolf, M<Aint Carroll, treasurer; Vt. E. ^Theobald, Mount; Carroll, assistant trea'surer; -Dr. Alice Bro Racher, Park Fojrest/,Secretary; and Grace R. Wat;^n, Mount, Carroll, assistant secretary;^ • ' •' ..-• - ...... Golden Age Club ^ PEARL CITY-Golden Age Club will have a noon picnic dinner, Wednesday in the lower level of Krape Park, END DENTURE'MISERY Refit Dentures in 5 Minutes. End P«Js, Paste or Powder! Money-back Guarantee. DENTURITE .At Ml Drug Counters Norman D. Rotblat, D.D.S. and Wonderlick, D.D.S. John f announce the re-location of their offices to 222 W. Exchange St. Freeport Illinois Practice Limited To Oral And Maxillofacial Surgery. Hours By Appointment Phone 233-5171 osco Store Hours: . Mon. - Frl. 8:30 - 9:00 ' Saturday 8:30 - 5:00 Closed Sundays 17 W. 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