Social, Club Notes Freeport (III.) Journel-Stendard, Monday. July 7. 1976 Page 7 Announcements • - .', ' '• • • . . • • —. ^^^^^mum •-.....-•• .g, Celebrate Birthday Of America Thirty-five members of the Douglas Village Senior Citizens Club and one guest celebrated the 199th birthday of the United States at a bicentennial dinner at the community hall on Wednesday. , Red, white and blue table decorations and flags were used for the occa- sign.. Chicken was served at the all- American dinner party and there was pie; for dessert. ..,".'. Patriotic songs were sung, and a number of patriotic poems were recited. Later members took part in a silent auction. l: Two new members were received during the business meeting; Arrangements for the party were made by Mrs. Albert Becker, Mrs. Fred Crawford and Mrs. Harold Gantz. Ski Club To Meet Members of Freeport Ski Club will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Club Marquis, 16 >J. Liberty Ave. Plans will be discussed for summer activities and snacks will be provided. Golden Ijnks. Club Preparing foods and arranging flowers* will be demonstrated for the Golden Links Club by 4-H girls who were the winners in contests conducted by'4-H. ' The' demonstrations will be given at 2 p.m. Thursday at the YWCA. Golden Links members are asked to -, hiring a suggestion for a program to this meeting Anyone needing transportation may . call the YW, 232-4197, by 10 a.m. Thursday. • : Duplicate Winners Duplicate bridge is continuing at the YWCA during the summer. Those interested are invited to join the group on Tuesday evening at 7:30. Persons interested in a duplicate bridge partner are asked to call Mrs. Frederick H. Ellis Sr., 233-5384. Winners last-week were: Mrs. Bruce Standley and Mrs. Jan Vehmeier, first; Mrs. Ellis and Mrs. E. W. Nash, second; and Mr. and Mrs; Richard Credicott, third/ The week before the winners were Mrs. Standley and Mrs. Vehmeier, first;^Mrs. John Kintzel and Mrs. John Stukenberg, second; and Edward Resnick and Karen Adolphsoti; third. The winners in the club championship tournament, held earlier in,the month, were: Mrs. Nash and' Mrs Ellis, first; Ronald Henbest and Jean Hollett, second; Mrs. Vehmeier and Mrs. Standley, third. Exchange Night The annual Exchange' Night cere-, mony of the Order of Eastern Star will be held Wednesday evening at 7:30 in the Masonic Temple, Plan Golden Anniversary Dinner iPnnwifli'irinnriirrifirinnMafinnfMinian L '' • L.i—. ' . ,THE KENNETH PERRYS , Mr., and Mrs. Kenneth J. Perry Sr., 225 Ave. D, will observe their 50th wedding anniversary on Sunday. The celebration will include dinner at Jack's Restaurant and Lounge, Hosts will be their three children and spouses, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Perry and Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hill, all of Freeport. The couple's seven grandchildren, great : granddaughter, sisters and brother and their families will also be on hand to celebrate the day. Aletha Siegmeier and Kenneth J. Perry were married July 13, 1925, at Immanuel Lutheran Church by the late Rev. Louis Seidel. Notes of the Day Robert Welty, 1 W. Factory St., is a surgical patient at St. Clare Hospital in Monroe, Wis. He is in Room 277. Aliss Peggy Ann Garrity, daughter of, Mr ; and Mrs. William R. Garrity, Hickory Hill, was cited for superior academic achievement at Emory University,, Atlanta, Ga. Miss Garrity, who majored in French studies, was graduated in June. Three students from Freeport have been named to the dean's honor list for the spring quarter at Augustana College,, Rock Island. They are: Miss.Mo- nica Fernstaedt, Freeport Route 3, and Paul R. Schroeder, 802 S. Locust Ave., freshmen, arid James E.'Brannick, 814 S. Benton Ave., a sophomore. The list covers students whose grade point average is in the A range. Students at the University of Wiscon- sinrStevens Point, who excelled aca-. demicaliy during the spring semester have been given certificates of recognition.. Those cited for highest honors were: Christopher, Luecke, 134 N. Harlem Ave., arid Charles Luthin, 1508 W. Empire St. Participating as counselors at Illinois Wesleyan University's second junior music camp of the summer are Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dossett, 863 W. Galena Ave. There are 223 students of junior high school age at the East Bay CORRECTION Miss Chert Ann Boyer is engaged to Dav,e Allen Neuschwander, son of Mr. and-Mrs. Clarence Neuschwander, Lena Route 2. Her fiance's last name was omitted in Wednesday's Journal- Standard. Camp at Lake Bloomington this week. The students represent 82 cities in Illinois and Wisconsin. Freeoort Marriage Licenses AT FREEPORT . Michael,C. Barr ................. Sylvia R. Stabenow .......... .. " me Rodney W, Snodgrass ................ ...Rock City Laurie A. Keister ....... , \, am i Robert E. Field .................. '.". ......... Freebort Denise L. Starliper ...... ..... saftie Gerald L. Heck. ........ .......'..'."".""""FreeDort Pamela K. Brown .......... "lame WATER WEIGHT PROBLEM? USE E-LIM Excess water in the body can be uncomfortable. E-LIM will help you lose excess water weight. We at GARRITYS recommenri ft. Introductory «<v A/\ Offer Worth 4.UU Cut oul this ad — take to alone listed. Purchase one pack of E-Lim and receive'one more E-I,im Pack I 1 rce. GARRITY DRUG Freeport Lincoln Mall People Want A Because The Free/Port is Unlimited Free Checking Personal Line Of Credit Free Travelers Checks Free Safe Deposit Box And More State Bank of Freeport Fertilize this Fall! Get a Crop < soil test from us now. Fall fertilization starts with a soil test right now. We'll take accurate soil samples from each field and send them to our analysis lab, where we'll make a complete inventory of available nutrients. We'll put this information into your own specific Crop Guide® Plan. Using the Crop Guide Plan, we can apply the precise amounts of Crop-mate® liquid fertilizer and Amoco^ anhydrous ammonia to bring your soil up to its maximum profit potential. Give us a call today and ask about our special Soil Test and Fall Application incentive programs. "as you farm ask us'' FarmSt Home Service ©StandardOil Division of Amoco Oil Company L Beard, ^-Pearl City-Ph. 443-2324 Guest officers will be the elected and appointive officers of Loves Park Chapter. Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Gray of Freeport Chapter will supervise the event here. A reception will follow the rites and refreshments will be served. Plan Chicken Dinner The Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic will get together Wednesday noon for a chicken dinner in the community hall at Douglas Village. Cards and bunco will follow the business meeting.. Mrs. James Meyers will be hostess. Evergreen Lodge will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Masonic Temple for work in the First Degree. Freeport Rebekah Lodge will meet Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the IOOF Hall at 1161/2 E. Stephenson St. Freeport Barracks of Veterans of World War I will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the VFW clubhouse, 18th Ave. & Shawnee St. Order of Rainbow for Girls will meet in the Masonic Temple on Tuesday evening at 7:30. ROLL This is the "Get There" Symbol. JCPenney Ordering made-to-measure draperies means you tell us what to do, and we do it. Bring us the.size, the fullness, the color and fabric you want. We'.II do the work just as you ordered. Select from 80 patterns and 700 colors. Select Australian. pouf, side jabot, or pinch-pleat valances. You make the choices, we make the draperies. 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