Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 5, 1968 · Page 11
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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 11

Freeport, Illinois
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Friday, July 5, 1968
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Assessment List (Continued from Page 10) 311— J J Wood & H Cameron Holmes 5300 360—Herbert M Munz 6120 360A-~Gino Del Fiacco 1500 384—Lowell D DeSpain 1300 389B—Dennis Aultman 7200 •111C—Patrick Larkin 3500 416—Otto Becker 3500 507—Rudy Meier 23220 530A—Earl E Kauffman 660 558—Robert Beem 1820 569—Travis W Zimmerman 2100 878—Lula Maud Love 2420 976A—Clarence Tschabold 3700 984—Wayne H Meek 6250 Real Estate STATE 01? ILLINOIS] StephPiison County J I, Shirley A. Smith, Supervisor of Assessments of the County of Stephenson, in the State of Illinois, do hereby certify the above and foregoing is a full and complete list of all the Real Property on which changes occur by reason of improvement or destruction of property in the Township of Lancaster in said County, subject to taxation for the year 1968 so far as I have been able to ascertain the same, and that the assessed value thereof is set in the proper column opposite their respective names herein before described. SHIRLEY A. SMITH, Supervisor of Assessments Florence ASSESSMENT LIST FOR FLORENCE TOWNSHIP OF REAL ESTATE ASSESSMENT FOR 1968 Publication is hereby made in accordance with Section 103 of the Revenue Act of 1939 as In Double-Ring Rites Miss Janis Kay Phillips and Anthony Lee Stampfli exchanged wedding vows in a double-ring ceremony performed June 8 at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church. The Rev. Robert Sherry officiated at the 2 p.m. service. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Richard Dudkiewicz, soloist, and Mrs. Orlo Bucher, organist. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Phillips, 316 W. Pleasant St. The bridegroom is the sort of Mrs. Lamont Kloepping of Orangeville and the late Herman Stampfli. Carries Roses The bridal gown, fashioned in cage style with train, featured rose-point lace at the neckline, sleeves and hem of the skirt. A crown headpiece secured the bride's veil, and she carried a cascade of white Butterfly roses. Mrs. Duane Babcock of Racine, Wis., and Gene Shippy ol Davis attended the couple. Mrs. Babcock was attired in MRS. ANTHONY L. STAMPFLI an A-line gown of delft blue linen with a matching crown headpiece. Blue and while daisies 'ormed her cascade bouquet. Barbara Jo Babcock of Rapine was flower girl. She wore a gown styled similar to the matron of honor's. Robbie Mahl- tuch of New Glarus carried the rings. Brothers Serve Fred and Daniel Stampfli, brothers of the bridegroom, ush- Rolla, Mo., Is Setting Of Neumann-Wilson Nuptials ired. A reception was held at the Germania Club. Blue daisies encircled the wedding cake which centered the serving table. Assistants at the reception were Mmes. Lyle Phillips, Warren Waller, William Diehl, Donald Krum and Larry Murphy and Miss Donna Christensen and Miss Doris Rummel. Live In Freeport The new Mrs. Stampfli graduated from Freeport High School and Freeport Memorial Hospital School of Nursing. She is employed by the Freeport Clinic, Her husband attended Dakota High School and is employed by Kelly-Springfield Tire Co. Following a honeymoon trip to Wisconsin, the couple will make their first home at 1265 Hillcrest Lane. White, Blue Flowers Adorn Altar In a setting of white gladioli and blue carnations Mis.s Marorie Ellen Asche became the jridc of John Alan Scheidcr on June 1. The Rev. Thomas Lyman performed the double-ring ceremony at 1 p.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic Church at Lena. Greg Carpenter was soloist and Miss Peggy Oscher, organist. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Asche Sr. of Pearl City Route 2, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Scheider of Red Oak. The bridal gown with train of rose-point lace featured a MRS _ JOHN ALAN SCHE IDER Close To Home MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - The Miami Police Department got a lot of Fourth of July calls about the illegal exploding of firecrackers. One was on home territory. Someone tossed a lighted firecracker into a captain's office. Family Leaves For Lonely Isle COOS BAY, Ore. (AP) "I've always wanted to go oui and do one thing myself," salt Richard Ault, 30, a producer ofj radio commercials, as he, his wife and their four-year-old daughter boarded a freighter for a lonely South Sen island. The Aults plan to live for one year on the island of Suvarov, an uninhabited strip of land three quarters of a mile wide and a mile and a-half long. Ault said the trip was just a matter of proving "we can go out and live, isolated, Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard Frl., July 5, 1968 Pfl. 11 from the without outside any help world." The family plans to pick up 15 chickens at a stop on Tahiti and plant a garden for vegetables. 1322 S. Harlem Ave. 232-8614 Immanuel Lutheran Church in Rolla, Mo., was decorated with white gladioli, daisies and gypsophyila for the May 18 wedding of Miss Sandra Kay Wilson and Karl L. Neumann. amended of a list of Real Estate | The Rev. Howard Hilsabeck officiated at the 7 p.m. double- for which assessments have been added or changed since the last preceding assessment together with the amount of assessment as made by the assessor of Florence Township for the year 1968. The valuations herein shown are the full assessed valuation ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Emil Mesko of Rolla and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Neumann, 720 E. Garden St. Mrs. Pat Ingram of Rolla was soloist, and organist was Mrs. Bernard Hippler, also of Rolla. to which the tax rate will be applied subject to revision by the Board of Review and to equal!-^IJ^ zation by the Department of Revenue according to Section 146 of the Revenue Act of 1939 as amended. For Carries Roses her wedding, the bride of venise short sleeves. Matching lace encircled the wide peau de soie This publication (made in accordance with Section 103 of the Revenue Act of 1939 as amended) serves as a public notice to the taxpayers of the County of the assessed values fixed upon their property by the township assessors or supervisor of assessment. OWNERS OF PROPERTY AND PERSONS ASSESSED ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT COMPLAINTS RELATIVE TO ANY ASSESSMENT AGAINST REAL ESTATE MUST BE FILED WITH THE STEPHENSON COUNTY BOARD OF REVIEW, LOCATED IN THE COURT HOUSE, FREEPORT, ILLINOIS,- FROM JULY 8th TO JULY 22nd, 1968, IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 108 OF THE REVENUE ACT OF 1939 AS AMENDED. SHIRLEY A. SMITH, Supervisor of Assessments for Stephenson hem which swept into a chapel train. A headpiece of lace and organza, highlighted with pearls, secured the bride's chapel- length veil of silk illusion, and she carried a cascade bouque of white Butterfly roses anc bridal carnations. Miss Judy Wilson attended her sister as maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Miss Karen Wilson, another sister of the bride; Miss Donna Wehmeier Rolla; Miss Judy Whalen, Sulli van, Mo.; and Mrs. Elaine. Gra lam of Waynesville, Mo. Wear Yellow Linen The attendants were attired n gowns of yellow linen with white cotton lace accenting the "Impire waist and bell sleeves. Their headpieces of yellow daises secured net veils, and they carried cluster bouquets of white Marguerite daisies, yellow gladettes and white carnations. Miss Jackie Kerr served as 'lower girl, wearing a gown of yellow taffeta with a bodice of white cotton lace and a daisy neadpiece. Russell Spencer of St. Louis, Wo., served as best man. Groomsmen were Ronald Armes of Oklahoma City, Okla., Kerry Paquette of Madison, Wis., Frank Graham of Waynesville, and Fred Wetterstand of Rockford. Hubert Barney of North Carolina and Jerry Hagen of Madison showed guests to their seats. David Spencer of St. Louis served as ring bearer. Reception Held A reception was held in fellowship hall of the church following the ceremony. The bride's table was decorated with an arrangement of yellow, and white snapdragons and giant daisies. Assistants at the reception were Mrs. Sharon Baker, Mrs. Delia Spencer, Miss Shirley MRS. KARL L. NEUMANN Neumann, Miss Kathy Love an Miss Ginny Wilson. The bridegroom has complete three years of active duty wit the Army and is employed i the cost accounting, departmen of Monsanto Corp., in Trenton Mich. The couple first home in will make the Gibraltar, Mich Former Chadwick Man Wed In Fulton Code 3 County, 111. Owners Name 155B—Wayne Dir 219B-1—Robert D Pash 226—Freeport Memorial Gardens 230G—H&H Farm Chemicals Inc . 230G-1—Anamo Corp 249—Raymond Van Raden 273 & 275—Albert Simler 367—Chester L. Gantz 437 & 438—Poppo Janssen 454—0. C. Wilhelmo 496—Mrs. George Kielman 622—Wayne Burd 731-Jack M. Engle 896 & 897 — Theodore Andrach 917—Roger Aebly Real Estate STATE OF ILLINOIS'] Ass'd Value 14800 49510 11420 13940 5720 18820 26900 26710 34450 32080 14470 4700 21310 13950 10510 Stcphonson County r Pink and white gladioli and mums decorated First Christian Reformed Church of Fulton for the wedding of Miss Kathleen Kay Zuidema and Larry Wiersema on June 14 at 8 p.m. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Zuidema of rural Morrison, and Mr. Wiersema is the son of former Chadwick residents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wiersema of Fulton. The double-ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. John Groenewold. Mrs. Arnold Tiese- man was organist, and the solos were sung by Mrs. Raymond Alexander. Tiered Train The bridal gown of French Chantilly lace was enhanced by a cathedral length train of peau de soie tiers, each edged with scalloped, matching lace. The bride's veil was secured by a headpiece accented with teardrop pearls and crystals, and she carried a bouquet of pink Sweetheart roses and white carnations. Mrs. Marion Vander Vinne and Miss Kristine Zuidema, both of Morrison and sisters of the bride, were matron of honor and maid of honor. Miss Kathy Wiersema of Fulton, sister of the bridegroom, was brides- Gerald Wiersema was his brother's best man, and groomsmen were Bernard Wiersema^ another brother of the bridegroom, and Larry Gann. Marion Vender Vinne and Gene Houzenga were ushers. The rings were carried by Todd Van Zuiden. Chadwick High Grads Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith were host and hostess for the reception in the church parlors. Other assistants included Mmes. Bernard Wiersema, Gerald Wiersema, Marlyn Faber, Sidney Dykstra, Jay Van Zuiden, Lambert Pessman and Larry Gahn and Miss Janet Manning, Miss Tonia Schreiner and Miss I, Shirley A. Smith, Supervisor of Assessments of the County of Stephenson, in the State of Illinois, do hereby certify the above and foregoing is a full and complete list of all the Real Property on which changes occur by reason of improvement or de struction of Township of property Florence in the said in County, subject to taxation for the year 1968, so far as I have been able to ascertain the same, and that the assessed value thereof, is set in the proper column opposite their respective names herein before described. SHIRLEY A. SMITH, Supervisor of Assessments 7-5-lt maid. The Pink Gowns attendants wore blush pink Empire styled gowns, each with a Watteau train of white Chantilly lace over taffeta. A lace headpiece with veil and a pink and white carnation bouquet completed each ensemble. Lora Wiersema of Thomson, the flower girl, also wore pink. Extended Forecast Northern Illinois — Temperatures are expected to average about 6 degrees below the normal highs of 83-88 and normal lows of 61-66 Saturday through Wednesday. Warmer about Saturday or Sunday and cooler about Monday or Tuesday. Precipitation is expected to total near ' t of an inch in showers about Sunday or Monday. Prize Winning TREES are easy to grow! Follow the lead of gardening experts ... who know' tliat root feeding with the ROSS ROOT FEEDER is how you. get GUARANTEED results every time. Ross Plant Food in solution is fed directly to the feeder roots — where it does the most good. Get your Roe* Boot Feeder today, to met throughout the «ar- dentnff letton, and after ye»r — Incl. Box of Reg. Diet Plant Food Cartridges. $7.98 THE SYMBOt OF QUALITY RENT A COUGAR —Low, Reasonable Rates— Also Rent A Van, Truck or Station Wagon. j Speclol Weekend Kotes | MYERS U-DRIVE, INC. Phone 232-6167 11 East Dougla* Street Plant Foot CartrUo** alto /or n*rprt roiM and efcrttb*. Moellenberndt & Lang GARDEN CENTER "Lawn Care Specialists" 114 E. Stephenson St. Phone 232-9711 scalloped square neckline edged with sequins and a tiered, bouffant skirt. The bride's veil was secured by a pearl crown headpiece, and she carried a )ouquet of white Sweetheart oses centered with a white •chid. Blue Satin Gowns Miss Jolene Croffoot of Pearl ity served as maid of honor, er blue satin gown was ac- ented with lace on the yoke nd at the hem. She carried white glamelia. Mrs. Robert Asche Jr., of 'earl City and Miss Marsha cheider, Red Oak, were brides- naids, and junior bridesmaid was Elaine Asche of Pearl City, heir gowns and bouquets were dentical to the maid of honor's. Mary Lynn Scheider of Red Oak was flower girl, and Kevin Icheider of Red Oak was ring- earer. James Scheider of Red Oak and Misses Jo- Judy Meyer, ngela Schreiner and Mr. an Irs. Richard Houzenga. The newlyweds are graduates ' Chadwick High School. Mrs. Wiersema is employed by Climo Inc. and Mr. Wiersema, by T. Cullin Co. They traveled to Wisconsin Dells for their honeymoon trip, nd are living at 409 9th Ave. Fulton. erved as best man. Groomsmen were John Wyssman ol Orangeville, Terry Proescholdl arid Karl Scheider. Ushering were Edward, Robert Jr. and Arthur Asche, al of Pearl City. Assist At Reception A. reception was held in the church hall. The serving tables were skirted in white organdy with swags of blue netting accented by white Sweetheart 'oses. Reception assistants were VIrs. Hans Bingert, Mrs. James Katzenberger, Ann DeVries, Sheila Wohlford, Irene Bingert, Donna Bremmer, Nancy Voss of Pearl City and Barbara Heunefeld and Jill Croffoot. The bride, a 1967 graduate of Pearl City High School, was employed at the State Bank in Pearl City. Mr. Scheider graduated from Orangeville Hi gh School in 1965 and is attending Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. This summer the newlyweds will be residing at Hebron, Ohio WITH SPICED ORANGE Clear tea is delicious when served with a clove-stuck orange slice. Two whole cloves for each orange slice will be plenty. Makeshift Bomb Explodes Thursday I On Chicago Beach | CHICAGO (AP) Four persons remained in a hospital today suf- ering from injuries they received during a picnic outing Thursday when an apparently makeshift bomb exploded on a South Side beach. Jose Guevara, 11, nudged what appeared a discarded Army canteen partially covered by sand on the 102nd Street Beach. 'The can exploded injuring Guevara, Mrs. Natividad Juarez, 19, her daughter, Annette, 3, and Louis Gonzales, 14. Guevara and Mrs. Juarez were reported in critical condition. Police said the canister may have contained black powder. The blast dug a hole several inches deep in the ground and ripped the bark off a nearby tree. New and Exclusive 5X7 COLOR ENLARGEMENT Regular $1.S9 value Deluxe folder included 99* FROM KODACOLOR. 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VALUES to $10.95 $790 Don't let Mr. Sun spoil your summer-fun time . . . get with it in a pair of your very own prescription sunglasses fitted by experts. * Contact Lenses Fitted *Low Cost Professional Eye Care Appointments Save Time. K&L Optical New Location —10 W. Main St. Dr. H. J. Partoll, Optometrist Phone 232-2714 SLIPPERS Special on Women's House Shoes and Canvas Shoes. VALUES to $7.00 $000 3 Many Other SPECIALS in WOMEN'S SHOES! Priced From $12.90 to $15.90 Men'* SPORT SHOES Freeman and Hush Puppies. VALUES le $15.95 $790 7 Men's Freemans $1190 Special group of Men's Shoes. VALUES to $26.95 ir Men's Freemans Special group of Men's Shoes VALUES to $26.95 $1090 13 SALE en All Men's SUMMER SHOES $1190 11 Children's Special! Lazy Bones and Child Life. VALUES to $10.95 $090 3 WINSLOW SHOE CO. 16 West Stephenson Street Phone 232-6717 Here Is Another DOWNTOWN PLAZA WATCHER Of The Day If this individual will lake a clipping of thle picture and Identify himself at star* listed below, he will receive a $10 Gift Certificate. Watch for other PLAZA WATCHERS each Monday—Wednesday—Friday) Take this picture tot MONTGOMERY WARD 20 East Stephenson Street Sponsored by DOWNTOWN BUSINESS ASSN. NOTICE The Stephenson County Board Of Review Is In Session To Hear Complaints For The Year 1968. Those Who Wish To Appear Before The Board Of Review On Personal Property Complaints In The Following Townships May Do So Starting July 15, To July 29, 1968: Oneco Rock Grove Ridott Loran Buckeye Dakota Kent Silver Creek Harlem Waddams Also, The Board Of Review Will Be Hearing Real Estate Com- plaints At The Same Time On The Following Townships: Lancaster Board of Review Hours: 10 A.M. to 12 Noon 1 P.M. to 4 P.M. Silver Creek Florence Board of Review Office Ground Floor Stephenson Co. Court House Monday Through Friday

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