Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 5, 1968 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
July 5, 1968

Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 2

Publication:
Location:
Freeport, Illinois
Issue Date:
Friday, July 5, 1968
Page:
Page 2
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 2 article text (OCR)

School Board Hires Teacher At Dakota DAKOTA — Miss Karen Sorum, a graduate of the University of Minnesota, was hired by the Dakota School Board this week to teach junior high English next year. Supt. Robert Stark also read letters of application for the vacant first and fifth grade positions from two June graduates of Peru State College, Peru, Nebr. They are scheduled to visit the town next week for per sonal interviews. Stark said he was hopeful that the two could be hired, leaving only two vacancies on the staff to be filled before the beginning of school in the fall. In other business the board discussed whether to repair several buses or to buy newer ones. It was decided to study the matter further. UM Minister Is Appointed The Rev. Dale Fen-is has been appointed pastor of the Florence and Pearl City United Methodist churches. He attended Hanover College in Indiana and Michigan State University. The Rev. Mr. Ferris and his wife, Juanita, have sev en children. Sfocfcfon 4-H'er Wins Demonstration Event In Jo Day/ess STOCKTON-Lynn Logemann of the Triple S 4-H Club of Stockton will represent Jo Daviess County in the state food demonstration contest at the state fair. Her winning entry in the county event was "4-H Celebrity Bread." John Blair of the Nora 20th Century Club will go to the fair as a delegate. Named first and second alternates, respectively, were Anita Borsdorf of Stockton 4-H Friends and Lavonne Redington of Hills Home Economics club, Galena. FLYING AND DRIVING were combined for Michael Toepfer (center) of Stockton on his 16th birthday, June 28. That day he made a successful solo flight and also passed his drivers test. Mike, who earned all the expenses of his flying lessons, receives congratulations from his flight instructor, Ron Dornink of Dakota, (left) and his father, Mernice, who has had his private pilot's license for 24 years. Stephenson CROP Canvass Days Given Summer School Has 100 Pupils At Lena-Winslow LENA — Approximately 100 Ixma-Winslow elementary students are taking part this summer in a title I remedial reading and mathematics program. A faculty of 10 teachers give the classes a ratio of 10 students to one teacher. Mrs. Virginia Laity is the acting director of the program. Most of the students are in grades two to five with some sixth graders also enrolled. Delbert Eicholtz, elementary school principal, said the summer school program gives the student a chance for adequate individual help, something the student sometimes can't get during a busy school year. A special part of the program this year is a neuro-muscular training class taught by Mrs. Mike Taylor. The class, held at Lena only, is aimed at develop- ng coordination and timing in students. It is hoped the training will help lead to academic sue- Area 4-H'ers To Attend White Eagle 4-H Camp FREEPORT JOURNAL-STANDARD Friday. July 5, 1968 Entered as second class matter at the Post Office of Freeport. Illinois. Published dally except Sunday by The FREEPORT JOURNAL-STANDARD PUBLISHING COMPANY. 27 South State Avenue. Freeport, 111., 61033. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION PRICES Mall subscription prices In Stephenson and adlolnlng counties per year $14.00, six months $7.25, three months $3.75, one month $1.40. Subscription rates in United States exclusive of Stephenson and adjoining counties, three months $5.25, six months $10.25, year $20.00. If you fall to receive your copy of The Freeport Journal-Standard by 5:15 p.m.. kindly call 232-1171 before 6:15 p.m.. except Saturday call between 3:00 p.m. and 4:15 p.m. Wo will contact your carrier and have him bring you a paper. (Advertisement) World Oi Pharmacy TODAY IN PHARMACY Donald DeMong, R.Ph. "EVERYBODY LOVES A FAT MAN" This may be true (in a sense) because joviality is always associated with a fat person. It is not true, however, in the case of insurance companies and doctors. People with a weight problem are considered poor risks by insurance companies and are often uninsurable. Doctors advise against obesity because it leads to many medical problems. Arthritis, diabetes, gall bladder trouble, gout and high blood pressure are just a few of the many problems that obesity either brings about or aggravates. Also, overweight people are greater risks in major operations as they do not take anesthetics as well as a person of normal weight. If you are overweight you should consult your physician . . . don't try every diet and pill your friends tell you about . . . what's right for them may be wrong for you ... If your doctor prescribes a dietary aid, let CRAWFORD DRUG STORE fill the prescription . . . YOUR HEALTH is our reason for being in business... CRAWFORD DRUG STORE ... 17 W. Main St. ... Phone 233-2911. Free Delivery . . . Faberge . . . Max Factor . . . Dorothy Gray . . . American Greeting Cards . . . Whitman Candle; . , . Family Record Plan . . THIS WEEKS HELPFUL HINT Razor blades can be storec perfectly in a small aspirin box for later use. Euchre Party ROCK CITY-Rock City Community Club will have a euchre party Saturday at 8 p.m. Class Of 7922 OREGON — Oregon High School Class of 1922 had its 46th annual reunion Sunday at White Pines State Park with 18 attending. Dakota Teacher DAKOTA - William W. 0'- Leary, taecher at Dakota School, is participating in the combined summer and inservice nstitute in earth science for secondary school teachers at Indiana University sponsored by National Science Foundation. Republican Women ELIZABETH — Jo Daviess 'ounty Republican Women meet at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Farm Bureau hall, Elizabeth. A fund raising dinner is scheduled for i:30 p.m. July 19 at Chestnut Mountain Lodge. Tickets are on sale and reservations will be taken until July 12. C*ie ef 14 Cam SIMILAC.. '5.88 Stephenson County's annual hristian Rural Overseas Program (CROP) drive will be during the week of Thanksgiving, the group's executive board announces. Pick-up days will be Nov. 18 through 20 and corn — either shelled or ear — and cash will be solicited from the farmers in the county. At least one friendship acre is being sought in each of the 17 townships. Last year there were eight such projects in Stephenson with three in Har lem Township. The executive board is mat ing plans to have a booth at the Stephenson County Fair to provide information on CROP observing its 20th year. A promotional dinner for ai: CROP workers prior to the faL canvass is being planned. Morris Firebaugh, Freeporl Route 4, is the county CROP chairman and the Rev. Calvin Franz, of rural Pearl City, publicity chairman. Freeport Area Briefs European Vacation LENA — Miss Sarah A. Kuhlman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kuhlman of Lena, recently returned from a 22-day European vacation. She toured seven countries. WRC Picnl^ MOUNT CARROLL - Worn an's Relief Corps of Mount Carroll has scheduled its annual family picnic for 6:30 p.m. July 16 at Point Rock Park in Mount Carroll. Those attending are asked to bring a picnic dinner. Coffee will be furnished. Celebrate Anniversary The Rev. and Mrs. Phil Pobanz, former pastor of the Ebenezer-Salem United Church of Christ, Pearl City, will observe their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday at the United Church of Christ in Ursa. Friends of the family are invited to an open house from 2 until 4 p.m. IN MARINADE Some good cooks like to allow pork spareribs to stand in a savory marinade before cooking. EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Rev. Jerry Hagelin, Pastor Sunday School-9:30 A. M. Morning Worship-!0:40 A.M. Evening Service-7:30 P. M. 700 West Chestnut Street 2 Blocks North of High School LUECKE JEWELER has We 'Wis ftqd'Heis You love and she loves. And the sooner together the better. Your rings reflect your togetherness. We guide and advise you from our superb selection. You choose matched diamond wedding bands. They glow and complement each other brilliantly. You compliment her on her taste in a mate. We have a "Red Carpeted" entrance! You will experience the delight of the "Red Carpet Treatment" inside our store. Come in today, shop in air conditioned comfort. Budget terms for your convenience. Robert G. Charles M. SIMCI itit REGISTERED JEWELER 10 East Main Street AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY Freeporl Objectives of the summer school are: to develop a positive attitude toward the school situation; to improve the students' self-concept; to improve aca demic achievement; to provide individual instruction in areas in which students are deficient; to develop independent work habits; and to prove learning can be fun. New Elizabeth Nursing Home Opens Monday ELIZABETH-Elizabeth Nursing Home Inc., the new $388,000 facility just dedicated here, will accept its first patients Monday, according to Clifford Loiselle, administrator. Loiselle said approximately 10 persons will be received the first day. Others will be accepted as the staff for the 49-bed home is organized. Full occupancy is expected. The home has a long waiting list, the administrator said. MISS CONCORDIA HOFFMANN, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. 0. E. Hoffmann of Lena, has received her master's degree in secondary education from the University of Chicago. She will teach at Thornton College, Harvey, and has taught at Elgin and Oak Lawn. She is a graduate of Bethany Lutheran College, Mankato, Minn., and has a B. S. degree from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Miss Hoffmann studied music at the University of Minnesota, and at the University of Colorado, and counseling at Roosevelt University, Chicago. ADELINE — Stephenson and Jo Daviess counties will be represented by 24 4-H'ers at the White Eagle 4-H Camp near Adeline during the week of July 8-12. The camp's program includes swimming, boating, canoeing, crafts, rifle marksmanship, nature study and sports. Davis Board Approves Levy For Next Year DAVIS — Davis Village Board Monday night passed a village appropriation ordinance for approximately $12,000, about $267 less than last year's appropriation. The appropriation will not be given final approval until the village president, Russell Zim merman, who is out of town, returns. After it is signed by the vil lage president, the appropriation will be published for public in spection. In a street program report it was estimated that with the completion of this year's work, only about eight village streets remained gravel surfaced. 9 Elizabeth Senior Citizens Seek Crown ELIZABETH - Elizabeth will crown its senior citizen king and queen at the pageant performance Saturday evening in West Side Park. Town residents are now casting their ballots at local business places. The nine candidates have an average of more than 86 years each. They are Mrs. Herman Becker, 92, Mrs. R. S. Dresser, 88, Mrs. David S. Bleakley, 85, and Mrs. John Reusch, 78; and lharles Siemen, 91, Herman Becker. 90, William Heer, 90, John Reusch, 81, and Louis Randecker, 80. At the Elizabeth School Board meeting this week, two teachers submitted their resignations — Kenneth Munroe and Mrs. Raymond Wubbel. , Those attending from Stephenson will be Jon Gantt, Dennis Wenzel, Jeanneil Miller, Sarah Zimmerman, Leah Sughrove, ,Jean Maass, Julia Katzenberger, Patricia Ammon and Amy !Ammon. Also, Laureen Weide, Kathy Goeke, Greg Folk, Terry Fluegel, Paul Romtvedt, Keith Romtvedt, Jim DeSutter, Brian Wenzel and Jeffrey Weaver. Jo Daviess delegates are Sharon Kleckner, Curt Blair, Tom Arnold, Bonnie Blair, Colleen Eversoll and Kris Tucker. Area Hospitals Birhts Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Patch of Milledgeville are parents of a daughter born June 27 in Morrison Public Hospital. A daughter was born June 24 in Rockford Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Smith, rural Oregon. Patients Robert Helm of Chadwick is a surgical patient in Veterans Administration Hospital, Madison, Wis. Extension Units FIKST BAPTIST CHURCH Corm.T Blockhawk Conservative Baptist Alsocialion Edwin W. BradUy, Pastor BOB JONES Musical Ensemble Friday—7:30 P.M. . Rev. George Mensik Speaker Fundamental In Doctrine Dial 232-5029 9:30 A.M. Sunday School 10:45 A.M.-Merning Worship 7:30 P.M. Gospel Service Air Conditioned Sanctuary Worldwide in Missionary and Evangelistic Outreach SHOE SALE WOMEN'S From DRESS SHOES $C90 & CASUALS 0 Entire Stock of Spring & Summer HANDBAGS Price SUMMER SANDALS Values to $10 From $100 CHILDREN'S SHOES Including Buster Browns One Low Price . . . rs LOAFERS Values To $17.99 One Low Price ALL SALES FINAL No Exchanges or Refunds Open Monday and Friday Nights SHOES 6 W. Stephenson St. STEPHENSON — July and August will be vacation months for Stephenson County Homemakers Extension Units. Lena Unit Lena Homemakers Extension Unit meets at 7:45 p.m. July 11 with Mrs. Leland Boyer. Lena Lucky Clovers 4-H Club will present the program. Pg. 2 July s, 1968 Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard BEREAN BAPTIST CHURCH and Airport Raadi. 2 Mll»i South of ••Illlnt. Dr. J. Fred Young Phone 233.6914 Services For Sunday, July 7 9:15 a.m. "The Wonderful 10:45 a.m. Morning Service Word" Broadcast (Communion) 9:30 a.m. Bible School 6:30 p.m. Training Unions (all ages) 7:30 p.m. Evening Gospel Service Rev. Carl Zimmerman, Guest Speaker A Bible Preaching, Evangeliilic Church. Welcome To All Of Our Services Comfortably Air Conditioned HEAR THIS SERIES EACH SUNDAY AT 9:30 A.M. ON WFRL Sun., July /-"Coping With Injustice." Sun., July 14-"Choose Life." Sun., July 21—"What Does It Mean To Be Involved?" Part 1. Sun., July 28—"What Does It Mean To Be Involved?" Part 2. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE RADIO SERIES Hear This Series Every Sunday on WFRL 9:30 A.M. 1570 K.C. READ AND USE THE WANT ADS DON SMITH FURNITURE SUMMER STORE HOURS STARTING JULY 6th, AND THROUGH AUGUST 31st WE WILL CLOSE AT 12:00 NOON ON SATURDAYS DON SMITH FURNITURE Open Fri., Mon. Evenings 'Til 9 P.M. J U PiTE M^MnilinK SUNDAY SPECIALS OPEN NOON-5 P.M. mmm Wonderfully Soft f Absorbent! UNNMSKPHMPFisiiEVELESS BLOUSES BIG S|lK!iOM OF KNI COTTON TERRY TOWEls 58 2 Doyi A Only! ~ Huge variety of 22x44" to 24x24" thick cotton • terry towels in solids, prints, stripes and jacquards, Slight irregularities will not affect wear.- Choice SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT! Misses' button-front blouses in several collar nyle. 32-38. Tailored shorts with waistband, side zipper. 10-18. Solids,prints. Our R«0. 7.96 f48 < Men's knit shirts of cotton and miracle-blend fibers; ' Some with permanent press finish. Button placket , fashion collar or hi-crew neck styles. Sizes S-M-L. ' IRREG. COTTON 2-lBS.'COCONUT DISH TOWELS MARSHMALLOWS *»w*M.ly Only! > 18x32" dish towels with fringe. Stripe patterns. Fresh, delicious toasted wom « n ' s "M cushioned coconut marshraallows. 'nsoles.P.V.C.'outsoIes •N.IWI. • Colors.Vll 12^-4:5-10. • PolrviftrUMorld. Our Reg. 1.27-1.33 RUGGED CANVAS SNEAKERS Children's, girls' and 5s! •*•"••• •. : j- **' ?< NESTLE'!::... SHAKE® MIXES R«g. BOYS', GIRLS' BOXER LONGIES A fr/ 84 + £ 10 inditidual servings .in > choice of flavors. Choice of fabrics and (») wutii CD. in.. T.II. colors in sizes '3 to 8. THICK, 29i60" BEACH TOWELS low Oiscoun Price Woven 277 CHILDREN'S COLOR IOOKS K»g. ^r**w> •iA' * ,\ m«<\*'- 2|c in d ep- ACETATE MESH PANTIES, 5-7 < *•«. 24 c fun-filled color- K ' ST " .,. PANTIES, 8-12 SHRIMP,4 '/ a OZ.* SNACK TREATS IOM con*. <c,ry «n« books for boy,, girls. UitM . ftMlt . with „,„. G[r ,.; „„„„ wh|) MyM ^^ >eoekuU . hrimp chooit j ^. K(jm foretd crotch.Mtnx eolort itripei.WiIti ind ptiecli «ra »erv«il hot er cold, or C«rm*l Com.. S»ve! 1 WEST STEPHENSON STREET BUY JUPITER! YOU'LL SAVE!

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page