Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 11, 1975 · Page 5
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BURDINE HENNEMAN RHONDA MAINES JENNIFER OHLWINE frl',3 Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard, Friday, July 11, 1975 Pag« jj 'Iron-On' Sandwiches? JANAN COOK By OLGA GIZE CARLILE J-S Women's Editor Have you ever heard of "Iron-on" sandwiches. Evidently that's the new wrinkle with the college set in the culinary arts. It was one of those airport discussions as a group of women waited for a delayed flight to arrive. Seems that It all started on one of the U.S. campuses. Innovative students who liked grilled sandwiches came up with the hot sandwich idea for kitchen-less residents. Pieces of buttered bread are topped with slices of cheese and put together sandwich style. This is wrapped Irt heavy duty foil with edges double lipped. M An iron is heated and applied carefully to both sides, producing a hot cheese sandwich. The result: A sandwich with no fuss or muss. With a bit of imagination, other sandwiches can be made. Peanut butter and apple slices might be used on cjnnamon bread. Raisin bread with chocolate bars and marshmallow between was another of the college favorites. Just think, you could get the family Ironing done and serve lunch at the same time. Betrothals Of local, Area Couples People YOU Know Miss Burdine Henneman is the The encapempnt and fnrthnnminn M* <>n/i •»«.«. r>h n «i«» r\ui...i.» „* » . ,_•.... Miss Burdine Henneman is the fiance of Tom Love, son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Love, 415 W. Pleasant St. Their engagement is announced by Miss Henneman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Henneman of Milledgeville. i The couple has not set a. wedding date. The bride-to-be attended Lanark High School. Her fiance attended Freeport High School. . . The engagement and forthcoming marriage of Miss Rhonda Sue Maines and Larry Vincent Zeien is announced by Miss Maines' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Maines, 832 W. Galena Ave. Mr. Zeien is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald V. Zeien of Brodhead, Wis. The bride-elect is a 1972 graduate of Freeport High School and a 1975 graduate of Freeport Memorial Hospital, School of Nursing. She is employed by St. Clare Hospital in Monroe, Wis. A 1972 graduate of Richmond (111.) High School, her fiance is engaged in farming at Brodhead. An August wedding is being planned. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Onlwlne of Lena announce the engagement of their daughter, Jennifer June, to Ke^ ven W. Feiler. Mr. Feiler is the son of Mr. Edward S. Feiler of La Mesa, Calif., and Mrs. Carolyn Aurand of Nora. Miss Ohlwine is a 1975 graduate of Warren High School. Her fiance attended Warren High School and is serving in the armed forces. The couple has not set a wedding date. Announcement is made by Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cook of Warren of the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Janan Marie, to Daniel Kaiser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kaiser of Warren. Miss Cook is a 1975 graduate of Warren High School. She is employed by Cook's Supermarket. Mr. Kaiser is employed by McNett Chevrolet and Buick. He is a 1973 graduate of Warren High Schoolo They will be married at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 6 at the United Methodist Church. Social, Club Notes YW Collectina ' Though these are casual leisure summer days, members of the YWCA keep thinking "YW Fall Festival." Chairmen of the festival are getting their friends to make things for the various booths. This festival has been held at the YW for about five years. This year it will take place on Sept. 27. At this fall festival, Freeporters will be able to buy many hand-crafted items, attic treasures, homemade cookies, candies and other foods, garden fresh produce and what have you. ; New Booth The Kiddy Korner will be ; the-new booth of Junior Women's Guild members. Here you may find doll clothes, stuff fed toys, educational tyys, chil-. dren's clothing and used toys. •' The gals are on the lookout for good used toys. They have little workshops throughout the town where these toys ar,e being repaired. Mrs. Robert Nye. and M,rs. Mary Coomber are looking for antiques for their Attic Treasures booth. "Anything interesting or old will do," they say: Both women are willing to pick up items and will be interested in receiving calls from anyone with something to donate. Lots Of Cones Save dried flowers while you are traveling or hiking, plead Mrs. Austin Weeks and Mrs. Harlan Rigney. They say they will need lots of pine cones and also containers to hold all of these items. Containers might include bleach bottles, old mugs, clay pots or similar items. The gift boutique and the Kiddy Kor- ner also are in need of donated items such as yarn, material, zippers, trim, snaps - anything used for sewing. These items'can be donated to Mrs. Scott Rutherford. General chairmen for the fair are Mrs. Richard Wahler and Mrs. William Chance. '.'•'• Travel To Rockford Twenty members of Wa-Tan-Ye Service Club spent an evening out of town for their July meeting. The group dined at Bishop's Cafeteria in Colonial Village;at Rockford and, after a business meeting, spent some time browsing jn'the mall. .:;• During the business" meeting, final . plans were discussed for the annual ice cream social which will be held at Read Park Pavilion Wednesday evening. Mrs.-Marjorie Brose, chairman, asked each member to donate two pies or a large cake. 'Tickets may be purchased from any member of the club or at the door. Barbecues, ice cretfitt.'cake a'nd pie, coffee and soft drinks will be available. Serving begins at 5 p.m. . A dollhouse decorated by Mrs. John M. Hull was displayed. It also will be on display at the social. Ladies Of GAR A donation to the Maywood Home was approved by Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic at a dinner meeting. Nine members were present. The group heard a letter of thanks from the Veterans Council for partici- SHAPE THE FUTURE WITH Diamonds and Love Diamonds shaped to draw the ultimata of their inner fire... Match your love with these pear, marquise or emerald gut diamond wedding ring sets. . .Do select the most beautiful rings in the world 19 E. Stephancon St. Fra«pert 233-3169 pation in the Memorial Day service. Plans were made for a silent' auction . to be held at the August meeting. M Emma Crawford will be in charge. Four guests attended the social activities' which followed the meeting, Dave Kortemeier is appearing as Choctaw in the 1975 season of "The Firemakers," Indiana's first outdoor historical musical drama at Eby's Pines Frontier Theater in Bristol, Ind. "The Firemakers" is a dramatic spectacle portraying the history of the settlement of northern Indiana, southwestern Michigan and the Chicago area from 1789 to 1838. The focus is on the Potawatoml Indians. Dave has been seen in dinner theater productions of "Funny Girl," "Hello Dolly" .and "Oklahoma." Dave, son of Mrs. Caryl Kortemeier, 8111/2 W. Homer St., is a senior at Goshen (Ind.) College. He is also serving as assistant musical director for " The Firemakers" this season. Two Freeport students, Margaret Madden, 1924 Woodside Drive, and Margaret Schaus, 1520 W. American St., were initiated into phi Beta Kappa, honor society, at the Univer- sity of Illinois. There were 132 members initiated. Phi Beta Kappa founded in 1778, is the oldest honor society recognizing students of liberal arts and sciences who earn exceptionally high grades. Larry Bamberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bamberg, Freeport Route 3, was one of 19 high school art students from four states and Canada who attended Art Week at Goshen (Ind.) College. Students had a choice during the week to work with either ceramics or etchings. Reunions GRAFF The Graff reunion will be held Sunday, July 20, at the Owls Club. Dinner will be served at 12 noon. Ice cream and beverages will be furnished. Persons are reminded to bring 25-cent gifts. T I SECURITY DOOR ALARM • • ' . ' For Saving Or Borrowing At First National Bank Of Freeport. Deposit $250 or more into a new or existing savings account or... i Borrow $500 or more with a low cost, simple interest loan ... And we will include, ABSOLUTELY FREE, a new battery operated door alarm by Swank. BANK FIRST CUSS... ITS A SECURE FEELING! I NEW HOURS EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1975- Main Bank Offices 101 W. Stephenson St. HOURS: Mon. - Thurs. Friduy 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Locust Ave. Bank Comer Locust & W. Stephenson HOURS: Mon. - Thurs. Friday 8~a.ni. to 5 p.m. 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Main Street Lobby Corner Main & S. Van Buren HOURS: Monday Tues. - Thurs. Friday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FREEPORT

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