•...Ill i!-ii ;i |i 'i»!;'„si' ' ' ' ;S^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ' * ''il ff'-r''-ii..:,*''*''''t'f ' iiiri'..,,,. •Hilij|i [||m (iiiiiiiiiiHI|i )irtlWi!Wl'lll!'li|''i'l*'^^^ ill Ml Galesburg Registef-Mdil, Sofesbuffl, Knoxville Jaycees New Officers at Meetiiw A, ili iiiintiil I M, Cambodian Operation Cambodian government troops search for the enemy in the Phnom Penh. Communist troops took the port city of Kep debris of a building destroyed yesterday during an intense yesterday, about 110 miles from the ciapital, while Amer- firefight in Tram Khnar, a small market town 26 miles from ican warplanes continued bombihg near Phnom Penh. Abingdon PTO Votes to Disband ABINGDON •- (Men*ers voted to disband the Abingdon PTO when the organization met Tuesday night. A committee compotsed of Mrs. Sid Lewis, Miss Johnson and Mrs. Gerald Pica was appodnted to stiidy and rec(»n- mend disbursement of funds in the treasury. Members will vote on use of funds at the iMay meeting. Tile firsi grade won the room count. MIS ; Ralph Stone of Knoxville, Division I director, re- (mted on the 77th conference, of the DAR when Col. Jmiathan Latimer Chapter met recently at the home of iMrs. Donald I&iott of Gales- buiig. Mrs. Carl Johnson was the assisting hos1«ss. Miss Ruth Bradway and Mrs. Alfred Sackey read from organization publications, and a slate of officers to be voted on at the next meeting was introduced by the nominating conmuUee. Mrs. Walter B. Jotuison of Rio will be hostess for the May 14 meeting. Mrs. Deryl Pfeilfer reviewed the book, "Dr Ida," by Dorothy Clarke Wilson when CSiristiai^ Woman's Fellow^p met Monday at the Christian Church. Abingdon MRS. GERALDINE BAUFR Correspondent RFO St. Augustine, in. Phone 462-2477 OUR OWN RECIPE FOR EASTER — Bountifuiry filltd ond dccorat0d Eoster boikcts. Toys ond nov- Ititi By Our Own Bunny, Wonttta, In H«r Own Workthopi Thwt Arp Exctptionol Voluei—PleoM Compdire With tht Com- m«rciol Foctofy Moda Itomt. 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Because they're "The 'Money Store' Bank". (Glad to get your business.) '. . . whers Custemtrs Arc Friendi." Tht "Monty" Stort The Formers Notionol Bonk Member F.D.I.C. Knexvill*, Illinois Mrs. Orah Way reported on the contribution of clothing to St. Louis Oiristian Children 's Home. . Plans were made for the annual OWF salad luncheon to be held at the church May 17. Members were invited to a laity worship at First Christian Church at Galesburg May 7 from 9 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. Group I was in charge of the social hour. The le-foot American Flag that provided a backdrop for the Wednesday reception for Rear Adm. James Stocjcdale is owned by Dick Andrews. It was given to him by Lyle Dunlap of Abingdon, and it had flown over the USS Arizona memorial at Pearl Harbor. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bauer have returned home after spending several days at Manito, where they were called by the deaths of his father, Clarence Bauer, and his uncle, James Galvin of Pekin. List Services Christian— Donald T. Hogan, pastor. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 10:50. Sermon; The Joy of Easter. Sacred Heart — Joseph C. O'Connor Hunt, pastor. Vigil Saturday at 8 p.m. Sunday Masses at 8 and 10. General Baptist — James A. Off Diilv Police Arrests Stopped COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) Policemen who are off duty were told Thursday not to arrest traffic violators or persons involved in misdemeanors. The order by Safety Du-ector Bernard Chupka followed a furor over the accidental shootuig death of a 19-year-ol(l motorist who was being frisked by an off-duty officer last month. Chupka said the order will "clear up much of the confusion that now exists on the part of the policemen and the community." VOTERS OF ABINGDON My sincer* Thanks to all who voted for m« and halpsd in my re-election at a member of the Abing- cbn City Council in Tu«$» day's election. VICTORIA COOK 4th Wai'd Aldermao Jennhigs, pastor. Church school at 10. Worship at 11. Service at 7 p.m. First Assembly of God — Kenneth File, pastor. Community sunrise service at 6 a.m. Sermon: Too Good To Be True. Breakfast to follow. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:40. Service at 7 p.m. DeLong Congregational — Robert Jones, pastor. Church sohocl at 9:30. Worship at 10:15. United Methodist - Frank Denmger, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:45. Sermon: Is It True What They Say About Jesus? First Congregational — Kenneth, Schultz, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:45. Sermon: The Climax of the Gosp^. ^ X ^ - KNOXVILLE - Robert E. Bailey was elected president of the Knoxville Jaycees during a meeting Wednesday night at the Legion Hall. Other newly - elected officers are Larry Benson, external vice president; Gefald Shreeves and James Anderson, internal vice presidents; Frank Walker, treasurer; Rollie Nordgreh, director. The new officers will be installed at a banquet in July. "Brother Night" was observed at a meeting of the Knoxville Chapter of the OES Monday. Mr. and Mrs: Kermit Hoyme presided in the East. Others participating were Mrs. John Thurman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goff, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Mastin, Mrs. Mary McBeth, Mrs. Helen Gehrlng, Mrs. Estelle Cook, Mrs. Lee Turner, Ron Henderson, John Frye, Thomas Tate and Oliver Smith. Grand Lecturers Mrs. Opal Hackett, Morton, and Mrs. Howard Goff, Yates City, were escorted as were Grand Chapter committee members. Clarence Manwarren of Nonpareil Chapter, was escorted as worthy patron. Miss Thelma Hoyme, past matron, was guest of honor and Gilbert Unger, past patron, was guest in the East. The Tip Top Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. John Stoneking Jr. Members played bunco and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Dean Saline, Mrs. Art Gibson, Mrs. Larry Carlson, Mrs. James Gunther and Mrs. Dallas Orwig. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Saline. The Sororis Club of Union met Thursday with Mrs. Mike Tarochione. Members held a flower and bulb exchange. Mrs. Earl Ramp won the door prize. Mrs. Jim Walker will host the-next session. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dougan were guests of honor at the annual Latin Club banquet Tuesday. . Mrs. *Dougan teaches math and physical education at Knoxville High School. New officers for the next year are Doug Royar, president; Gail Coffman, vice president; Ann Hutchcroft, secretary, and Mike Piatt, treasurer. List Services Maxey Chapel — Raymond Bassett, pastor. Worship at 5 AXR. Breakfast served by MYF following services. Orange Chapel — Carroll Ochsner, pastor. Worship at 10. Church school at 9. Grace Lutheran— Lloyd Kittlaus, pastor. Sunrise worship service at 6 a.m. Breakfast at 7:15. Church schofel at 9:30. Worship at 11. Sermon: Victory Over Anxiety. United Methodist - Prosper Tournear, pastor. Sunrise service at 5:45 a.m. Breakfast served by youth. Worship at 8:15 and 10:45. Church school at 9:30. Sermon: It's the Real Thing. United Presbyterian — Dr. Stafford Weeks, pastor. Warship at 11. Church school at 9:45. Christian — Clifford Parke, pastor. Easter sunrise service at 6. Breakfast to follow. Worship at 10:30. Church school at 9:30. Sermon: Called to a Res- urrecti'on Faith. Pilgrim Congregational — E. D. Lyon, pastor.Easter breakfast at 8. Worship at 10:45. Knoxville ANNABEL PETERSON CURRESPUNUBKry;, Home Address: 210 U. Tlmtoer 8t Phone 289.2il« Church school at 9:4^. Sefmon: The Long Hope Ts^ulfill^ ed. : Gllson — Smith Terpenin^i pastor. Sunrise service :,^t 7. Sermon: Jesus Lives, breakfast to foHow. ChurchV'schooi at 10:15. , \ Jefmvali's Witnesses>—;»Stephen Lett, Lewiston, will.give the talk at 9 a.m. Topkrr Laying a Solid Foundation in Youth for Adult Life. Watchtower study at 10:30 HEARING AIDS RENT BEFORE YdM BUY SEE WITTE HEARING AID CENTER 4S so. KOIOOO ST. GALESBURO, lUINOiS FREE HEARING TEST AUTHORIZED DEALER RAOfOEAR HEARING AIDS Shoot From Tho Hip! 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