Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 16, 1975 · Page 6
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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 6

Freeport, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 16, 1975
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Page 6 Freeport (111.) Journal-Standard, Wednesday, July 16, 1975 Ethridge-Wales Troth Women Golfers Have Coffee Social, Club Notes Mrs. Arthur Ethridge of Orangeville announces the engagement of her daughter, Doris Mae, to Gary Robert Wales of Dakota. Mr. Wales is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wales of Freeport. The bride-elect is a 197.1 graduate of Orangeville High School and is employed by Micro Switch in Freeport. Her father is the late Mr. Ethridge. Her fiance is a 1970 graduate of Freeport High School. He fs employed as a carpenter. The couple has, not set a wedding date. Marriage Licenses AT FREEPORT Charles L. Brand Rockford Helen A. Brand : same DORIS ETHRIDGE Guest Day Golf Outing At ParkHills t Notes of the Day Tuesday was Guest Day at Park Hills Golf Course. This was the third such event sponsored by the Nine Hole Golf Association of Park Hills, and 28 guests from Lena, Stockton and Freeport Country Clubs and Ingersoll Club of Rockford gathered for coffee and rolls .early in the morning. By 9 o'clock, 19 mixed foursomes were in place for the shot-gun start. Perfect weather and beautiful but tricky greens combined for good golf, Mrs. Leonard K. Raftree reports. Snacks Served Iced tea, punch and snacks were served to the golfers, when they returned to the clubhouse. Seventy-four hostesses and guests had luncheon at Snitzel's, after which prizes were awarded. Low gross for the field winner was Mrs. Ruby Ziegler of Lena, and the Freeport winner was Mrs. Marcia Seaton. Low putts for field went to Pat Ska- doske of Ingersoll and Karen Kralik of Freeport. Other Winners Other winners follow: First flight: Low gross, Mary Pearson of Ingersoll; low net, Marge Serid- ecke of Freeport; low putts, Diane Dow of Freeport. Second flight: Low gross, Helen Dushek of Freeport; low net, Helen Davis of Freeport and Leveta Bussian of Lena, tied; low putts, Jean Meyer of Stockton, Lou Rudy and Barb Kamin, both of Freeport. Third flight: Low gross, Linda Jenkins of Freeport and Cheryl Olson of Ingersoll, tied; low net, Ora May Snyder of Lena; low putts,-Mary Cronau of Freeport. Fourth flight: Low gross, Bern Kaiser of Freeport; low net, Jan Blankenhorn of Freeport; and low putts, Harriet Mennenga of Freeport. More Prizes Other prizes went to: Betty Harris of Ingersoll for a birdie; Sue Stormer of Stockton for the longest drive on No. 6; Billie Anderson of Ingersoll for the longest drive on No. 12; Helen Goembel of Freeport for longest putt on No. 6; Natalie Appell of Stockton for closest to pin on drive on'No. 5; and Virginia Breed of Stockton for closest to pin on drive on No. 13. Miscellaneous prizes were awarded to Qen Reed, Nina Bierk, Fay Schrader and Claire Romani. A special golf blouse and skirt prize went to Ann Peterson of Ingersoll. Twilight Golf The Twilight Golf party at the Freeport Country Club is planned as a mix'er Saturday. It will be a "shot gun" game with all players teeing off at 5:30 on different holes of the golf course. Reservations for the event are- requested by 11 a.m. Friday. They may be made at the Pro Shop. In-town and out-of-town guests may be invited by members. Hors d'oeuvres and cocktails will be served at 7:30. Serving of the "twiligh- ters buffet" is set to begin at 8 o'clock. Cochairmen are Mr. and Mrs: George Pritikin and Mr. and Mrs. Earnest E. Wright. Celebrate Birthdays Four birthdays were celebrated at a party given by members of the Lincoln Village Senior Citizens Club. Those honored were Mrs. Eunice Smith, E.J. Pearson, Mrs. Pearl Johnson and Mrs. Maggie Mullins. The winner of the special quilt prize was Willie E. Graham. "Brain and teaser" games were played. \ Hosts for the afternoon were Mrs. Nellie Earl, Mrs. Cleora Rouse, Mrs. Lawrence Perkins and James Moore. Class Of r 65 Final reunion plans are being made by the Freeport High School Class of 1965. The event will be held on Saturday, July 26, at the Sword and Stone of the Holiday Inn. The Pride will play for dancing. Dinners will be served. The following addresses are still needed by the committee: William Carroll, Ronald Barbers, Lucy Howard, Peter Medrano, Joe Myers, Vivian Patten, George Pearson, Gail Rieden. Also, Alice Ross, Diana Strobbe, Art Williamson, Diana Williams, Pamela Williamson, Peggy Pommering, John Stubben, John London and Marna Hart. Anyone with information on any of the above persons is asked to call Dick Rosenstiel, 233-1738, or Mrs. Donald Gennusa, 232-6783. Kathy Kurtz was named to the dean's list at Trinity College, Deerfield, for the spring semester. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Kurtz, Freeport Route 4. Miss Pamela J. Linnell, daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Richard Linnell of Orangeville, formerly of Freeport, was named to the dean's list of distinguished students for the spring term at Knox College, Galesburg. , Miss Debbie Linebarger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Linebarger, 1104 S. Chicago Ave., qualified for the dean's list for the second semester at Loras College, Dubuque, Iowa. Three Freeport students were named to the dean's list for the second semester at Illinois Wesleyan University. They are: Susan Hartog, 1342 Empire Court; Keith R. Smith, 651 W. Lincoln Blvd., and Herbert D. Stith, 1449 S. Blackhawk Ave." Local, Area Church Calendar Sketch Of New Building For Church Of Open Bible < Church Plans Educational Building r~t »t _ i • » ..._.. • •* ^^^ Ground-breaking for a new educa tional buildingwill take place Sunday at the First Church of the Open Bible. • The congregation will participat in the ceremony during the 10:45 a.m. worship service. The pastor, the Rev. Robert J. Bush, will officiate and speak at the special service, which is open to the public. The new two-story facility, estimated to cost $280,000, will provide space for Sunday school classes and junior church on Sundays and will also be the new home of the Open Bible Day Nursery, a community service program which has been in operation at the church since January 1970. The rectangularly designed 60-by 90- foot structure will feature large windows and_glass panels set in light cream brick, Interior walls will be of stacked concrete blocks. Several of the eight Iarg6 classrooms will have their own restroom facilities. A large kitchen on the first floor will not only serve the day care center but will also be used for the fellowship hall which will accommodate approximately 400 at tables. This space will also be used for the proposed AWANA program. A new day care center office, a shop room and storage space take up the remaining area. A 24-foot glass walkway will connect the new unit with the existing circular structure built in 1969. The architect for the project, which is expected to be. started immediately, is Walter C. Carlson of Elk Grove Village. The local congregation and its pastor, the Rev. Mr. Bush, will again act as the general coniractor, as they did for the first unit. Sod has already been cut from the proposed site and new parking lot and has been donated to the Fneeport Park District. Today Willow United Methodist Women, 8 p.m. at the church. Rock Grove St. Paul Lutheran Church Adult Instruction, 7 p.m. at the church. New members will be received Aug. 3. Freeport Church Of The Brethren Women's Fellowship Salad Supper, 6:30 p.m. at" the home of Mrs. Charles Johansen, Ridott. Those attending are to bring a salad. Mrs. Michael Schnierla will lead devotions, and the program will be a book report. Thursday Lena Salem United Church Of Christ Ice Cream Social, serving will begin at 5:30 p.m. at the church. The Freeport Barbershop Chorus will perform at 8 p.m. Forreston Community Council Of Churches Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Faith Lutheran Church. The probation system will be discussed. St. John United Church Of Christ Golden Age Club Luncheon, noon at Youth Work To Be Topic Of Institute An opportunity to learn more about working with youth will be offered at the Blackhawk Area Youth for Christ Institute of Youth Evangelism on Friday and Saturday. 'The institute will be held at the Park Hills Evangelical Free Church from 6 p.m. Friday through 4:30 p.m. Saturday. The Rev. Max Frazier of Winneshiek Evangelical Free Church will teach "Biblical Principles. of Evangelism." The Rev. Jerry Hagelin of Park Hills Church will discuss "Counseling Teens and Parents." The Rev. Blaine Fye of Burlington, Iowa, YFC will -talk on "Directors (Sponsors) And Their Teens." Registration may be made by calling the YFC office, 232-3313, between 8 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., or at the door at 6 p.m. Friday. There is a nominal registration fee. Public Auction AMERICAN INDIAN JEWELRY THURSDAY, JULY 17 8 p»rn« Pueblo Traders of Santa Fe, New Mexico, will be offering a large selection of authentic handcrafted Indian jewelry featuring Navajo, Zuni and Santa Domingo tribes. Handcrafted from sterling silver and turquoise. at the HOLIDAY INN of FREEPORT Monarch West Room — Sword & Stone Convention Center Preview from 7 to 8 p.m. master charge, BqnkAmericard, personal checks ,yvith proper ID JOBBERS and DEALERS WELCOME Geneva Sqhrqeder, Auctioneer . Ziegler and Company 217 S. Arlington Heights Road Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005 Phone 394-4524 I would like Information on 9Vz% Boncjs. I expect to have $ -- _ to invest. Name Address Clly Stale Zip Phone the church. Following the luncheon, the club will tour the Lost Lake settlement near Rock City. Embury United Methodist, Second Presbyterian Churches Combined Service, 7:30 p.m. at Embury Church. Forreston Reformed Church All- Church Picnic, 6:30 p.m., Forreston Park. Park Hills Evangelical Free Church .Faith Class Share-A-Dlsh Dinner, 6:30 p.m. at the church: Those' attending are asked to bring two dishes to pass, table service and beverage. First Lutheran Church Bible Study 7 p.m. Friday Forreston Faith Lutheran, West Grove St. James Churches Picnic, 6:30 p.m., at Faith Lutheran Church. Freeport Christian Women's Club- July Brunch, 9:30 a.m., Holiday Inn. Mrs. George Wallace of Moline will be the guest speaker. First Lutheran Committee On Lutheran Church Women, 7:30 p.m. at the church. Pearl City Zion United Methodist Church Ice Cream Social, serving will bein at 5 p.m. at the church annex. A program will be held at 8 p.m. HOUSE OF FnBRICS COORDINATED DUSTY TONES IN 100%. 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