Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 18, 1975 · Page 5
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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 5

Freeport, Illinois
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Friday, July 18, 1975
Page 5
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CANDY SUE BEGGS KRISTI LUDOLPH Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard, Friday, July 18, 1975 Page 5 DIANA DICKAU SHARI JEAN BITZ Notes of the Day Mrs. Ethel Bre\vster, city treasurer, has her biography included in the 9th edition of "Who's Who of American Women." Selection, according to the editors, is based on "conspicuous achievement, something that distinguishes a woman from the vast majority of her contemporaries." Mrs. Brewster's public, civic and service organizations and responsibilities are cited. Airman I.e. and Mrs. Dennis Foley of Ellsworth Air Force Base in Rapid City, S.D., are the parents of a daughter born June 16. Mrs. Foley is the former Cindy Kuntz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kuntz, 803 W. Avon St. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foley, 1435 Winter Drive, are Airman Foley's parents. Nine Freeporters Named To Dean's List At University Of Illinois Nine Freeport students were among those cited for outstanding academic achievement, at the University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign for the 1975 spring semester. They are: Susan Ackerman, 1014 S. Saxby Ave.; Linda K. Bangasser, 1314 W. Lincoln Blvd.; Jamie Ann >Devol, 231 N. Bailey Ave.; Stephen Knecht, 18 N. Westwood Ave., Margaret Madden, Woodside Drive. \ Also, Rose Nagel, 325 E. Pershing St.; Thomas Scheider, Frenport Route 5; Ellen Schoenberger, 54 N. Westwood Drive; and Mary Trevillian,' 105 N. Westwood Drive. Wedding Dates Set By Local, Area Couples 1 Mr. and Mrs. Lewis .T. Beggs Jr., Sterling Route 1, announce the engagement of their daughter, Candy Sue, to Albert L. Baker, son of Mrs. Margaret Baker of rural McConnell and the late Otto Baker. The bride-elect is a graduate of Polo High School and Sterling School of Beauty Culture. Her fiance was graduated from Freeport High School and is employed by Kelly-Springfield Tire Co. at Freeport. The couple is planning an Aug. 23 wedding at the First Nazarene Church in Rock Falls. An Aug. 16 wedding is planned by Miss Kristi Ludolph and Kenneth J, Hartsock Jr. Their engagement and forthcoming marriage is announced by Miss Ludolph's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris E. Ludolph, 1612 S. Highland Ave. Mr. Hartsock is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Hartsock of Tucson, Ariz. A 1971 graduate of Freeport High School, Miss Ludolph attended Highland Community College. She, is employed by Great Western Bank in Phoenix, Ariz. Her fiance was graduated from the University of Arizona and plans to attend Arizona State Universiiy in the fall. • Announcement is made by Mr. and Mrs. Marion Dickau of rural Argyle, Wis., of the engagement of their daughter, Diana Dickau, to Roger L. Krebs. Mr. Krebs is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krebs, rural Browntown, Wis. Miss Dickau is employed by Kentucky Fried Chicken in Monroe, Wis. She is a 1975 graduate of South Wayne (Wis.) High School. Her fiance, "also a 1975 graduate of South Wayne High School, .is engaged in farming on the Alvin Wire farm at Lena. An autumn wedding is being planned by the couple. The engagement of Miss Shari Jean Bitz and Lawrence D. Schaffer is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Bitz, 1208 S. School Ave. Mr. Schaffer is the son of Mrs. Stewart E. Dismuke of Oak Ridge, Tenn., and the late Lawrence D. Schaffer. Miss Bitz is a graduate of Freeport High School, Highland Community College and the University of Tennessee. She is working on her master's degree at the University of Illinois. Mr. Schaffer is a graduate of Oak Ridge High School. He attended the University of Tennessee and Arrow' mont Art Academy. He is employed by Miller's of Knoxville. He will enter the Memphis Academy of Arts in the fall. A Dec. 28 wedding is planned by the • couple. Social, Club Notes World Food Situation Is Topic 'International Crisis" will be the subject of the talk which Dr. M. E. Boyer will present for members of the Home Garden Club of Freeport on Monday evening. Members will meet at 8 o'clock at the^home of Mrs. Clifton Seeds, 1219 W. Violet St. Dr. Boyer will focus his remarks on the world food situation. The Freeport veterinarian took part in Heifer Project International in 1973 for Liberia, a small nation on the west coast of Africa. Refreshments will be served. Family Golf A father-son and mother-daughter golf tournament is planned Sunday at the Freeport Country Club. The 18-hole tournament will start promptly at 12:30 p.m. on the first tee, and the 9-hole tourney will start at 2 o'clock. Entire foursomes are asked to report to the starter at least 10 minutes before starting time. To be eligible for a prize, players must stay for dinner. Reservations for the meal are requested by Friday. Miscellaneous Shower A miscellaneous bridal shower was. given Saturday evening in honor of Miss Cathy Saar. The party was given by Mrs. Fred Blackbourn and her daughter, Linda, at the Blackbourn home, 1444 S. Rotzler Ave. Places were set for 18 guests. A raspberry schaum torte was served. An evening of games followed. Miss Saar will become the bride of Ken Ross on Auug. 9 at the Ridott Christian Reformed Church. Horse Show Saturday Competition in 15 classes is planned for the 13th annual Horse Show of the American Business Women's Association. This will take place Saturday eve- ning at 7 o'clock at the Stephenson County Fairground. Proceeds from the show will be used by the ABWA for a scholarship fund. Tickets may be purchased at the The grand entry will be led by the Stephenson County Mounted Patrol. Cochairmen for the show are Mrs. Clarence Brinkmeier and Mrs. Arnett Williams. Fete Bride-Elect A miscellaneous bridal shower was given Saturday evening in honor of _ Miss Peggy Bald at the home of Mrs. " William J. Klein, 3405 Loras Drive. Cohostesses were Mrs. Donald Bald of Roscoe and Mrs. Robert Klein of Dixon. The bride-to-be was presented with a corsage of green and white daisies. On the party table the hostesses used an arrangement of green and white daisies in a green straw basket. A lime chiffon dessert was served with lime 'punch, coffee, mints and nuts. Places were set for 23. Bridal games were conducted by Mrs. Bald, and prizes were given. Out-of-gown guests came from Rockford, Elizabeth, Joliet and Chicago and Madison, Wis. Miss Bald and Clark Westphal will exchange nuptial vows Aug. 30 in St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church. After Inventory Piano and Organ Clearance! Save $265.00 to $1200.00 on floor samples, rental returns and used instruments. 117 new and used pianos are included in this remarkable sale, and 112 new and used organs are included. 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