Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 15, 1975 · Page 7
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Social, Club No tes Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard, Tuesday, July 15, 1975 Page 7 A "Christmas in July" rummage sale is planned by the Freeport Chapter of the Illinois Children's Home and Aid Society. . . It will be held Friday, July 25, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, July. 26, from 9 aim. to noon at Grace Episcopal Church. v. .,:.-•" Boutique items, treasures and any other-items may be donated. Those with donations may call Mrs. William Kqenig or Mrs. Robert Cregan for pickup. Cochairmen for the sale are Mrs. W. L. Kroeger and Mrs. E. F. Kortemeier. Rehearsal Dinner Members of the Meegan-O'Connor bridal party were entertained at a dinner at Snitzel's Bavarian Restaurant Saturday evening by Mr. and Mrs. John Me'egan of Evergreen Park. Ribeye steak dinners Werei served to 22 persons. Miss 'Susan O'Connor became^ the bride of'Kevin Meegan at 2 p.m. Sunday in St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church. * Wed 40 Years Mr and Mrs. Paul Wagenknecht of rural Mount Carroll will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary on Sunday. ': , ' An open house in observance of the Announcements Eagles Auxiliary will' meet this evening at 7:30. Refreshments will be served. Academy of Friendship, Women of the Moose will meet Thursday evening at 7 O'clock at the Moose Home. An art foam demonstration will be presented by Mrs; Virginia Dornfeld. Engagements Newman-Grendahl Mr. and Mrs, Robert Newman of Juda, Wis., announce the engagement of their daughter, Carol Ann, to Stuart Grendahl. Mr. Grendahl is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grendahl of Madison, Wis. The bride-to-be is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and is a medical technologist. Mr. Grendahl majored in chemical engineering at the University of Wisconsin, Madisbri. He is employed by Trahe Co. in Davenport, Iowa. An autumn wedding is planned by the couple.''' : Ferguson-Trumpy A Sept.' f jijj !: wedding is 1 planned ,'bjr Miss Tammy'Marie Fergusbrt and'isu- gerie'Trumpy.' ' r " Their engagement and forthcoming marriage is announced by Miss Ferguson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fer- guson'of Dakota. Mr. Trumpy is the son of Mr. Leroy Trumpy of Orangeville and Mrs. Redonna Trumpy of Weyauwega; Wis. .The bride : elect is a 1975 graduate of Dakota High School. ' Her fiance is engaged in farming. He also Is a 1975 graduate of Dakota High School.' ••'•"• -'"'•' In July' Sale Planned As Benefit occasion will be held from 2 to 5 p.m at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wagenknecht, Currier Road, Freeport Route 4. The senior Wagenknechts will move to Freeport in a couple of weeks. Dorothy Brown .of Rock Falls and Paul Wagenknecht were married July 17, 1935, in Rock Falls. They have 12 children: Ralph of Phoenix, Mrs. Stanley (Shirley) Wnitehead of Freeport Raymond of San Jose, Calif., Kenneth and Jim, both of Freeport, Donald of Enid, Okla. ; Also, Mrs. Richard (Sharon) Loring of Freeport, Mrs. Kenneth (Sherry) Goss of Detroit, Mrs. Jim (Sally) Bar- dell of Dakota, Miss Carol Sue Wagenknecht of Freeport, Robert of Ft Ord, Calif., and Roger of Freeport There are 27 grandchildren. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. The guests of honor request that gifts be omitted. For the Hansons A farewell steak barbecue was given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. David Hanson, who are moving to Framingham, Mass, j, Wednesday, > The party was given by Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kerr, 148 N. Whistler Ave. Eleven persons were present. Guests MARGIE BARZ DEBRA LARSEN 2 The engagement of Miss Margie Ellen Barz and Roger Milton Cooper is announced by her mother, Mrs. Walter Barz of Morris, Minn. Her father is the late Mr. Barz. Mr. Cooper is the son of Mrs. Mavis Cooper, 626 W. Stephenson' St. The bride-elect is a graduate of Willmar (Minn.) Junior College and the University of Minnesota. She teache's vocal music at Bird Island, Minn. Her fiance earned his bachelor of arts degree at Rpckford College and his master of arts degree from Mankato (Minn.) State College. He is"a social studies teacher at Bird Island. The couple will exchange nuptial : vows on Aug. 2 at Faith Lutheran! Church in Morris. Announcement is made by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larsen of rural Mineral Point, Wis., formerly of Winslow, of the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Debra Kay, to Duane R. Whitfort. Mr. Whitfort is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Whitford of Mineral Point. The wedding will take place on Aug. 2 at St. Paul's Catholic Church in Mineral Point. A 'graduate of Mineral Point High School, the bride-to-be is employed by Terry's IGA in Mineral Point. Her fiance is employed by Ryan, Inc., in Madison. He also is a graduate of Mineral Point High School. SEE "BOB' KUHLMEIER HEARING AIDS SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Or Your Money Back In 30 Days Bob Kuhlmeier Will Be Here EVERY THURSDAY 3:00 To 6:00 P.M. CRAWFORD DRUG 1 7 W. Main St. Freeport, III. "Service Available For All Makes" Introducing the Colonel's :%'•• ..'"• ' '• ' •••• - mumm^F '" • _ A « » Meet the meaty new meal from the Colonel. Tender ribs drenched iii barbecue saiice and teamed up with the Colonel's fixin's. A Real Feast. V . Why Not Try Some Tonight! 1212 W. Galena Ave. Open Daily 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. brought food to pass and spent the evening socially. An arrangement of garden flowers decorated the table. Mr. Hanson has been transferred by Micro Switch to the new location. Mrs. Hanson was the director of the Community Living program at St. Vincent's Home. Farewell Picnic A farewell picnic supper was held at Krape Park Thursday evening in.honor of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Maves, 29 E. Roosevelt St., who will be leaving Freeport in August to make their, home in Phoenix, Ariz. Eighteen cousins of Mrs. Maves and their spouses attended the gathering. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Jeri Lee (Maves) Berberian and two sons, Jason and Nathan, of San -Francisco, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips of Fort Worth, Tex., Mrland Mrs. Karl Lenz of Rockford and Mrs. Lee Brouck of St. Charles. There were 39 in attendance. Gives Linen Shower A linen shower was given in honor of Miss Miriam DeVries of Minneapolis, Minn., by Mrs. Leo Tielkemeier, Freeport Route 3. Eighteen guests attended. A bride doll holding blue and white streamers decorated the gift table. Bridal games were played, and re- freshments were served. On the party table the hostess used a blue cloth with a lace overlay. Miss DeVries and Tom Vesely will be married Sept:-20 at Park Hills Evangelical Free Church in Freeport. PWP Activities Wednesday eyening, Parents Without Partners will have a general get-together in the downstairs meeting room of the Freeport Public Library. A films'trlp and record on "Human Sexuality" will be presented at 8 o'clock. Members are reminded to make reservations for the Friday evening adult dinner out at the Shannon Cafe. These may be made with Mrs. Shirley Schilling, 232-9454. , The group will meet at the. old Kroger parking lot at 6; 30 and pool rides. Have Picnic Due to weather conditions, members of Sunshine Circle of King's Daughters had their summertime picnic at the home of Mrs. Frank Trost, 1158 W. Staver St., instead of krape Park. Places were set for 12 members and four guests. Mrs. LeRoy DeGraff gave the invocation. ; Members voted to make a ; donation to the Cleaveland Home in. Rock Island. Three boxes of clothing were sent to the Indians at Window Rock, Ariz Mrs. Harry Cashman will be hostess to the group in August. Ladies of; Elks •"'-': •*,: ; ' ; ' > • v -»l A shrimp newbufg dinner,was' pre-i pared for members of the Ladies of the Elks at the July meeting. Birthdays were celebrated by Mrs. R;J. Merck and Mrs. Maurice Kirchberg. Special table prizes were awarded to Mines. Harold Heimcrdinger, James Koym, 0. C. Stambaugh, W, J. Kirch-i berg, A, D. Janss.en, R. D. Thompson, Robert Bauch; 'John 'Mortens,-ft, J., ' Merck, William McLcnrihan and William. Gallagher. . . . - . • .Wesley Waterhpusc . spoke ,to ( .the members about the .lodge's 75th anniversary, which will be celebrated in'' August. ' •'>•>•• . . ' 'i. '."I Luggago , • " ' ' Handbags' •'•••• ' • Unusual Girls Decorative 'Hems' Personal Leather Goods _i.__ •, , i . ! . Shopping In Always i ' A Pleasure At Spencers ,Free Gift Wrapping .1. & Engraving! '•> 28 Wait Stophenion • Phone 232-8713 "Mr. & Mrs. Rod Grate" Egan, Illinois " WINNER OF BACHRODTS MILEAGE CONTEST Mr. & Mrs. Grobe received 2 Free Dinners and Refreshment at Jack's Restaurant .and Lounge, Freeport, with the highest miles per gallon; 36.51, in our recent mileage contest. Dick DeGarmo of Bachrodt Chevrolet makes the.presentation. Our Thanks to All Of You 'Who Entered The Contest Stop Out And Check... CHEVROLET'S 60,000-MILE GUARANTEE For up to 5 Years on 1975 Chevy 4-Cylinder Engines. VEGA NOTCHBACK With standard 3-speed manual transmission and available 140, 2-barrel .engine/ Vega Notchback got 37 mpg in the EPA highway test, 23 mpg in the city 1 test. And multiplying Vega's rated 16-gallon fuel capacity by the EPA highway rating, Vega has a potential highway driving range of up to 592 miles. Extended scheduled service intervals, too -?- up to 7,500 miles between recommended lubes and oil changes, for example. Test drive Vega at our place. Today. 34MPG MONZA TOWNE COUPE Chevy's Monza Towne Coupe with 2.3-litre, 2-barrel engine and 5-speed transmission you can order is rated at 34 mpg in the EPA highway test, 21 mpg in the city test. Potential highway driving range of up to 629 miles when you multiply Monza's 18.5- gallon fuel capacity by the EPA highway rating. Save even more with Monza's extended scheduled service intervals, like up to 22,500 miles btetween recommended spark plug changes. , " > 801 E. South St - On the Beltlin* '•' Open Mon., Thurc., and Frl. Until 9 p.m. Tu«i., and W«d. Until 6 p.m., Sat. Until S p.m. 233-5141 FftEfPOJtr. .11. ii Hlti f.

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