Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 26, 1973 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, April 26, 1973
Page 9
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Galesbuffl Registef-Mqil> Gq|esburg, Ml, Thufsdoy, Aprjj. 26, 1973 9 Princeville Pastor To Be Speaker GALVA - Itev. Robert Spencer, pukt oi Primie- viUe PrasMcrian Ohurch, wiU be giMBt speaker for the ofiMMi Ohurch Women United May feilknrship luncheon at First Conigiregational Chui«h May 4 at 12:30 p.m. The Rev. Mr. Spencer was one of the oii^aniitiers for the Prificeville Migrant Council. He wiil speak on ttie family care health center and educational facilities ^vliiclh have been set up in the area for migrant workers and their families. The theme for this year's Itindieon will be "As Hand Touches Hand." Women of area churches have made kits for children of migrant wdrkers, and Mr^. WiUerd Hawks has asked that ttie kUs be turned in by May 4. Mrs, P. M. Schmidt and Mrs. Elmer Borg are co- diainnen of the committee planning the luncheon. Galva MRS. SUSAN HISPN£II CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NB Third Ave. Phone iSMUVi Tidcete may be purcihased from C5WU council representatives or from Mrs. Hawks, council president. Mrs. Charles White of Gen- cseo spoke on English gardens when the Garden Club of Woman's Club of Galva met at the Messiah Lutheran Church Tuesday morning. Mrs. White, who moved to Geneseo live years ago from England, told of the differing methods of gard^iing in the <Avo countries. She illustrated her talk with slides of some of England's formal gardens which surround government Teacher^s Article Is in Journal Silverware Chests V2 Price Values to $12.00 \o $20.00 HANDBAGS BROWN ONLY Values 1o $13.95 Elso Morie Hosiery Shop DIAL 343-2516 , 314 E. MAIN TWO PER CENT-^AIr Force Col. Theodore W. Guy yesterday geld two per cent of all prisoners of war in Soatheast Asia, were guilty of collaboration with the enemy. buildings, luiiversities and official residences. The speaker was introduced by Mm. Eunice Carlson. Members had a poUuck dinner following the pn ^ram to close out the club year. Hostesses for the meeting were IMrs. Ralph Peterson, Mrs. Kenneth Hdt, Mrs. Clay Freeland, Mrs. George Mc, Ointock and Mrs. J. H. Mur- ohison. Prison Gamblers Can Seek Help SAN QUENTIN, Calif. (UPI) — Chronic gamblers can seek help behind the walls of the California state prison here. The current issue of the San Quentin News reports the formation of a chapter of Gamblers Anonymous, an international organization whose aim is to rehabilitate gamblers. Catalog Store Tmm ONLY ONE WEEK LEFT APPLIANCES SALES EVERY APPLIANCE IH THE STORE ON SALE SAVE«45 Lowflit Price of tht Year • Matrix Tub* iPftVAftft • 1 Touch Tuning ONIV ^ • • Handy TV Caif ^0U ^«.,. 3 . 3«4.95 BUSHN^L — "A<icount- abiUty for Whom?" is the title of in article written by Mrs. MAtf Craven readiag coerdi* nator for ihe Bushneii'Prtirie City schools, for the current Illinois Reading Council Journal. In the article, Mrs. Craver stresses that the student must be held accountable for his own personal development and thai this is best done when each pi|>ll is recognized "as a unique individual to be instructed in an individualized manner." Mrs. Graver has been employed on a part-time basis this year with elementary pupils. Next year she will work fulltlme with kindergarten through high school students, coordinating the individualized reading program started this academic term. The Bushnell-Prairie City High Sdhool music department will present, "Music Man" Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium. Main members of the cast include Greg Garrison, Nancy Princess Grace Gives Up Furs GENEVA (UPI) - Princess Graqe of Monaco, the World Wildlife Fund said today, definitely has renounced the wearing of furs of wild animals threatened with extinction. The fund said former American actress Grace Kelly authorized the inclusion of her name in a list of personalities who did the same in response to an appeal. The list includes actresses Elizabeth Taylor, Virginia McKenna and Mia Farrow. Animals threatened with extinction include the cheetah, ocek>t, jaguar, tiger, and snow and clouded leopard. Twin Props Perhaps the first vessel power* ed by twin-screw propellers similar to those that drive modern ships was Little Juliana, a steamboat invented by Col. John Stevens that chugged from New York to Hoboken in Maj 1804. fieatty, Doug Johnson and Becky Hayes. Tlie cast includes 35 students. Co-diree- toft of the show are Robert JDavis and Mrs. Judy Secord of the sdiool faculty. Mrs. Marie Gaffney, presi­ dentelect of the Bushnell Junior W(Mnan's dub, appointed next year's standing c(mnnittees Tuesday night when the club met at the home of Mrs. Judy Jirfinson. Mrs. Jane Greer, the retir- in|g preskient, was in charge. Committees fbr the coming year include Mrs. Greer, chairman, and Mrs. Vicki Clark, Mrs. Linda Louthain, and Mrs. Gwen Alexander, program; Mrs. Cathy Jenkins, chairman, and Mrs. Jane Beckman, Mrs. Linda Mc- Grew and Mrs. Judy Maxwell, ways and means; Mrs. Carol Suter, MrSi Jean Russell, and Mrs. Johnson, group leaders; Mrs. Joanne Louden, historian; Mrs. Elaine McGinnis, sun^ine, and Mrs. Lorraine Shock ley and Mrs. Kay Payne, membership. Mrs. Jenkins, ways and means chairman, reported that CSiristmas card sales will begin July 1 and continue to Oct. 31. A letter of resignation was received from Mrs. Ann Kugler. Honors at bridge went to Mrs. Louthain and Mrs. Maxwell. Next regular meeting will be the second Tuesday in September. Mrs. Rutti Parks, Colchester, gave a talk on India BUSHNELL MRS. JAY CLEMENS CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 560 W. Hurst St. Phone 772*2240 Tuesday night at a meetihg of the Baptist Church's Women's Mission Circle. Mrs. Parks is a foreign mission speaker for Baptist churches. Officers for next year were installed by Mrs. Parks before the business meeting conducted by Mrs. Hazel Filbert, the president. Devotions were led by Mrs. Alice Graber and the love gift dedication was given by Mrs. Ethel Wenger. Next meeting will be May 79, at the home of Mrs. Pat Borders. Twenty-three women and friends of the Bushnell United Presbyterian Church went to Assumption Tuesday to tour the Kemmerer Village, a children's home sponsored by the church. SAVE «50 4 -Cycle Dishwasher 4-L*v«t Wash rag. 239.95 NOW THIS WEEK ONLY $189,88 Radios, Components, Stereos Ranges SAVE <30 4.Wpy Electric Dryer reg. 189.95 THIS WEEK ONLY $159,88 SAVE $50 10-Cycl* Washer 18-lb. 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