Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 7, 1975 · Page 5
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Milledgeville Park Board Adopts $39,599 Appropriation MILLEDGEVILLE, - Milledgeville Unit Park District Board adopted an appropriations ordinance totaling $39,599 for 1975-76. The appropriations are down apv proximately $30,000 from last year's since no construction is planned. The new tennis courts and ball diamond are almost complete. Specifically, $17,200 was appropriated for the general fund; $13,050 for recreation; $7,875 for bonds and interest; and $1,474 for special funds. Plans for archery instruction were ' outlined. Classes for youths over 13 years old will be held from 1:30 to 3:20 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Classes for those under 13 will be held from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Adult classes will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. All participants Galena Girl Scout Chosen Delegate To Switzerland GALENA^Miss Mimi Bussan, a young adult Girl Scout from Galena, has been selected to visit the Girl Scout International Center, "Our Chalet," July 13-24 in Switzerland. Miss Bussan, daughter of Mrs. Gretchen Bussan, has been designated as the young adult to form-a team with a senior scout from South Dakota to represent the Midwestern United States. She has been a scout seven years and.served as a senior alternate delegate to the annual scout council meetings. She was a 1974 American Field Service student to Denmark and in March 1975 served as an aide to the Presidential Classroom in Washington, D.C. Miss Bussan, a sophomore .this fall at Vassar College, ,where she is majoring in communications, will'live in an international setting with Guides (scouts) from other countries and the program emphasis will be on hiking and beginning mountain climbing techniques. N Her.senior scout leader in Galena • was Mrs. Gerald Birkbeck.'Mrs. William Welk, Savanna, is serving as liaison person to help Miss Bussan prepare for the event. In addition to the Juliette Low World Friendship Fund, aid for her trip will come from her community and the Green Hills Council. Thefts Reported In Carroll County MOUNT CARROLL-A\i antique clock valued at $150 and a cedar chest valued at $50 were taken from the Anne Becker home in Mount Carroll, it was reported to the Carroll County Sheriff's Office. Mrs. Betty Grenoble of Fair Haven Township.reported that 60 gallons of gasoline were stolen from a tank behind Fair Haven Church. Robert Canier of Washington Township reported a mower was taken from his shed. Floyd Noble of Savanna reported the theft of fishing equipment from his shed. , New Scales Mound Post Office Completed SCALES MOUND-the new Scales Mound Post Office is in use. Moving was completed by Postmaster Robert,Sa.ar, assisted by postal clerks Mrs. Neal McFadden and Mrs. Leo Saam and employes of the Rockford Post Office. The brick building is just east of the former post office and was under construction since December. Postmaster Saar was the builder and he will lease it to the Post Office Department. f are to meet behind the school. The auditor's report was distributed for action at the next meeting. Traffic signs have arrived and will soon be erected on park property. It was agreed to have the mower reconditioned at the end of each mowing season. Dwight Daub notified the board that his last day of work before returning to college would be Aug. 2. The executive secretary was asked to prepare a financial report for the board on a quarterly basis and to secure prices for an office typewriter by the next board meeting. ' Plans were discussed for erecting the backstop at the ball diamonds. Board member Ed Livengood was authorized to purchase three 35-foot poles. Forreston Alumni Honor 3 Teachers; Elect Officers FORRESTON-Three retired teach• ers, Miss Marguerite Flora, Mrs. Ethel Offenhiser and Mrs. Manon Merrick, were honored at the Forreston High School alumni banquet in the grade school cafeteria here. AH three are Forreston alumni. Miss Flora, who graduated in 1924, taught 48 years in -the Forreston elementary school. Mrs. Offenhiser, a 1932 graduate, taught 20'years at Forreston grade school, and Mrs. Merrick, a 1923 graduate, had 25 years of local teaching. Named officers were Donald DeWall, president; Mrs. Lois Frederick and Mrs. Darlene Brooks, co-secretaries; and Mrs. Mildred Capps and Mrs. Jane Duitsman, co-treasurers. The classes of 1924 and 1925 were honored. Present from the class of 1924 were Esther Ratmeyer, Miss Flora and Alice Seifert. Marie Schneider and Pauline Hagemanri were present from the class of 1925. Hazel Roller, class of 1009, was the oldest alumnus in attendance and Florence Jarosz of-Alaska came the greatest distance. Richard Masterson from California was also present. About 210 persons attended the ban- .quet, which was followed by dancing and visiting among the alumni. Lena Lions Club Installs Officers LENA-Lena Lions Club recently installed officers for the 1975-76 year. Charles Endress, former District 1-b governor, was the installing officer. The new officers are: president, Leonard Julius; first vice president, Melvin Polhill; second vice president, Glen Carlson; third vice president, Eugene" Fluegel; secretary, Richard Heirikel; treasurer, Emel Uner; tail twisters, Dr. G. E; Dammarin and Luane Rothschadl; Lion tamer; John Lytie; and directors, James Huber, Mervin Lobdell, Donald Koehn, Merton Holland and Lee Biesemeier. DRAPERY DECORATOR FOLD FINISHING SERVICE No Shrink! No Fade! amtanj CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY 120-180 E. Exchange St. 232-6115 co u PO KODACHROME ... EKTACHROME PROCESSING 20 Exposure SUes $439 | Super 8 or Reg. 8 Movies ....< | Limit one coupon per order This Coupon Expires Man., July 14 KODACOLOR PRINTS TUES. ONLY You get 2 sets of .COLOR PRINTS for the PR ICE of ONE With This .Coupon TUES. ONLY From Kotodor 110,120,126, lUlfaOily 127.120. Standard King Size Prints EMMERT DRUG CO. Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard, Monday, July 7, 1975 P«p« 5 Two HCC Grads Are 'Pest Scouts' Fritz Kuhlmeier of Dakota and Jim Bambcrg of Ridott, 1975 graduates of Highland Community College, are "pest scouts" in the Boone County Pest Management Program'. The scouts are surveying about 8,000 acres of corn weekly and will soon begin checking soybean fields for weed, insect and disease infestation. Four counties in the state are participating in the program with the University of Illinois Cooperative Extension Service, Illinois Natural History Survey, Federal Extension Service arid Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, according to Wally Reynolds, Boone County Extension adviser. The primary goal of the program is the implementation of pest management procedures, that will provide adequate plant protection and assure a viable agricultural environment, Reynolds said: ORANGEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL'S varsity cheerleaders for 1975-76 placed fourth out of 17 squads at a recent cheerleadlng school at Rockford College. Left to right are Jodie Bolender, Cher! Carpenter, Tammy Dlffenderfer and Lynn Wenger Name Goodwill Representative For Lanark Area LANARK - Harlan L. Downs, Lan- 'ark, has been named the Goodwill representative for Lanark, Milledgeville and Chadwick, according to Al Sold- wish,'community relations director of Abilities Center Goodwill Industries. Downs will take calls for house pickups and will provide a collection depot at 494 S. Broad St. in Lanark.-He also plans depots in Chadwick and Milledgeville soon. His telephone number is 493-2581. The depots are especially a convenience to rural householders, as Goodwill is not allowed to make country calls. Goodwill is an agency serving all Open Monday and types of handicapped in a learning and earning program and annually serves from 15 to 20 Carroll county residents in rehabilitation programs. Downs lost his right leg in an accident in 1967 and has been self-employed repairing radio and television sets in his home. He is still taking courses in electronics to improve his technology. • He is a lifelong resident of Lanark and a graduate of Lanark High School. He is married and he and his wife have two daughters and a grandson living with them. He also looks after his parents In Lanark. Downs will make arrangements for club and church slide presentations. He plans to work with the schools and Scouting Organizations, which have been active in supportive work for Goodwill in the past. Eve* Tuesday Tuesdays Ar« Kinda Special At... FAMILY RESTAURANT Sun.-Thur$., 11-11 p.m.;Fri.& Sit. 11-12 p.m. 1130 S. Galena - 232-1011 4-H News Cooperating Millies Cooperating Millies 4-H Club will hold its local achievement day at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Milledgeville Grange Hall. The public is invited. Valley Riders Valley Riders 4-H Club will have a meeting and picnic at 7 p.m. Tuesday on Flagstaff Hill in Krape Park. Each family is to bring table service and two dishes to pass. New tax law helps save money s A new tax law helps you save money with your personal retirement fund. If allows people'not covered by other qualified pension plans to put aside 15 per cent of their Income — up to $1500 a year — in a tax-deferred Individual Retirement Account (IRA). Your Country Companies agent has a variety of ways to fund your IRA plan.^Talk to him soon about this retirement plan that defers taxes. The Country Companies. We're a little different than most insurance people. Your Country Companies,, Agcnl JACK HAWKINS Agincy Mmugtr 117 S. Wolnul AVI. frnpfirt, III. i Phont 232-5711 Friday to 9 p.m. ow W. Stephenson St. On The Plaza Semi-Annual Clearance Open Monday and Friday to 9 p.m. SHOE NOW IN PROGRESS — SHOP EARLY AND SAVE WOMEN'S SHOES IDRESS SHOES /dues to $31.95. Rack of special values •for quick clearance NOW IDRESS SHOES Values to $31.95. Naturalizers, Selbys, I Johansen, Audition, Paradise Kitten, Flor- ^ mi* » I sheim, Tpwn & Country and Sandlers. $^V/0 $ .NOW "1 to (WHITE & BONE DRESS SHOES 1 Entire stock of white and I bone linve/itory reduced at least....... (CASUAL & SPORT SHOES MEN'S SHOES 9fl% OFF JbW /0 R °e- Pr!ce VM*VMI. at arwKi anuE» ••*« »^ AM jValues to $25.95. Viners, Sandlers, Hush V/62 5 | IfW [ Puppies and Lady Bostonian NOW § to | \J S476 PURSES CHILDREN'S SHOES IKEDS - SUMMERETTE & GRASSHOPPERS (Values to $14.95.-. NOW Selected Styles 7 62 OFF Reg. Price Boys 1 & Giris' Dress & School Shoes Values to $16.95 NOW I SELECTED STYLES OF BOYS' & GIRLS' Thomas-heels, Arch-feature shoes. $1 Values to $20.50 NOW \ CANVAS SHOES Converse and Keds. Values to $8.50 '. '. NOW CHILDRENS TOTES, RUBBERS & BOOTS Values to $4.95 NOW CHILDRENS HOUSE SLIPPERS Values to $5.95 NOW to to to to I DRESS SHOES Values to $43.95. Includes Freeman and Wm. Joyce NOW ^§ to FREEMAN SPORTS Two-tone patent oxfords. Formerly $31.95 NOW FREEMAN FREE-FLEX BOOTS Formerly $43.95 NOW MANLY'S SPORT SPECIAL ' Soft crepe sole "Cave Man" shoes. Formerly $25.95 ..NOW SPORT SHOES Values to $28.95. Includes Manly's And Hush Puppies NOW ^ to MEN'S LEATHER COACH CONVERSE _ And American Gentlemen "Wall- $ bangers". Values to $24.95. ...NOW IV to MEN'S GOLF OXFORD By Hush Puppies. $26.95 Value NOW MEN'S HOUSE SLIPPERS Evans and Roenitz. Values to $19.95 NOW if to All Shoes Are On Racks And Tables For Easy Selection And Fast Service. Don't Miss This Sale! GIGANTIC STORE- WIDE CLEARANCE W. Stephenson St. — On The Plaza COUPON Freeport, III. SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY Phone 232-6717

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