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10 Qalisbuffl Rtflistif^MalL GoltliiMyo; III. Frickiy/Apfil ^7,1973 PtanOpenHm^e Mr. and Mrs. Roy Steck ofnearGalesburg^iU celebrate their 2Sth wedding anniversary at an opeti house Suntfey from i U> b p. m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rylander ol Oneida, sister of Mrs. Steele. Mr. arid Mrs. Steele were married April 25,1948, at Trtnity Lutheran Church by the Rev. M. L. Raymmd. They are the parents of three children^ Jerry of Itio, Mrs. Nancy Debaugh of GaleslMurg and John at home. They have two grandcMldren. The open hbtfse will be hosted by the couple's cfaildi^nand sifters of Mrs. Steck. The couple requests that gifts be omitted. TiraatSNlllil ITiMUc Cm/tf Agritittlluril ail HMM Ceo' tmkt 441 diia hiva eiiMrad lets ill till aiwuaaiira ^ba* Fun eoimittttitfi tel f«r Sttvf* day i^cfiii at tha Otdria ChttifehUl jQBMr High School. Tha avenliii program will begin at 7 p.m. and is opan to all friends of m Sntartd in the Master of Ceremonies competition are Janet Xrtit, Double S; Mike Robto, wata^ titrcstock; Diana Balnf,-Si«ar and S^ce; David Rylander, Oneida uve- stock; Jttdy Broola* Cedar Chestnut; SKeve Theilen, Cloverleaf; Lory Ring,, Clover- ettes, and Dan Henhenfent, Henderson Aggies. Winners hi: the Share*the- Fun acts and Master of Cene* monies contest will represent Knox County at the Heart of Illinois Fair and at tho Illinois State Fair in August. Celebrates Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Rutledge, 772 Olive Street, are celebrating their 2Sth wedding anniversary today. The couple was married April 27, 1948, at the First Christian Church by Rev. Norman. They are the parents of four sons, David, James, Kirk, and Andy, all at home. Mr. Rutledge is a letter carrier with the Galesburg Post Office, and Mrs. Rutledge is employed at Dave's Schwinn Center. Worthy High Priestess Names Year's Committees Bethel Shrine, Order of White Shrine of Jerusalem, convened at the Masonic Temple Wednesday evening with Mrs. C. E. Walihan, worthy high priestess and Milton McGilvary, watchman of the shepherds, presiding. Escorted and introduced were Mrs. Irwin Spencer, District Deputy, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jenks, supreme honorary mem bers, supreme guard and supreme page, respectively. Past worthy high priestesses and watchman of shepherds were also introduced. Mrs. Walihan presented her itinerary for the year and appointed committees for the year. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Walihan, Mrs. Maude Ryan, Mrs. Charles Hillier and Mrs. Mary Lucan. Bosses Guests(Continued from Page 9) ognition to Mrs. George Kennedy as newly elected District Officer of C.W.I. Receive Award The "Boss of the Year Award" was presented Harry Best, vice president of the Community Bank, boss of Mrs. Chris Poole. He received a gold velvet.crown and plaque as the new boss of the year by Mrs. Main. Reigning boss for 1972-73 was Ray Burger of Better Business Collection Service. Mrs. James Smith of Kline's Department Store, member of tiie club for 17 years, and Program and Education chairman of the local C.W.I., was named "Credit Woman of the Year" by members of the club. Mrs. Main presented Mrs. Smith with a gold commemorative plaque and Mrs. Poole presented her a single red rose. Tables were covered with white linen cloths and gold napkins. Each table had a centerpiece of a Flame Buoyant Floating Candle over a bouquet of flowers. The club's colors of gold and blue were carried out la the programs and place cards. Prizes were awarded at each table and at each place there were loot bags with items donated by various local merchants and bosses. The centerpieces at each table were also given as gifts. Servmg with Mrs. Main on the committee for the evening WBC Holds Easier Egg Hunt For Pathhts at Americana Home IVhen the James T.^ekbWoman^sR^ Cbipa m Aiistt- iary to the Grand Army ofibeRepublie met Thunday afternoon, Mrs. Helen Johnson, patrfotie instructor «nd .director of the Junior Relief Corps, reported that she and several of the members field an Easter Egg hunt for patients at the Ameri' oana Nuraing Home. Mrs. Floyd Frey, president, conducted tlie meeting, and was assisted by Mrs. Marie Hausman, Mrs. Bessie Nelson, Mrs. Hazei Klrkbride aitd Mra. Edna Fields. Repods were given by Mrs- Joe Connors atjout the ward party at Galesburg State Research Hospital last week, and Mrs. Oscar Nelson concerning a donation of candy to Sunnyside School, cards to the Day Nursery and two boxes of clothing to the Knoxville Nursing Home. Donations of 15 were reported to the OentraJ Patriotic Committee for dues, and Mrs. C. E. Miller, deipartment chHd care committee chairman, reported that s!he presented Suinnyside School a check for $75 on behalf of the Department of Illinois, to be used for a sanding madune. Mrs. Frey, presented Mrs. Marie Hausman with a five- year bar noting 40 years of service to the corps; and iMrs. LUlian. GrabiU for 45 years of service. The Oiarter was (fcaped in memory of A^. Maud Moon, a past president. Following the meeting, a social hour was heild. 'Fabric Buttons' Is Topic Fabric buttons" was the subject of Miss Julie Gustaf son's talk before members of the Kidder Button Club at a lun chepn meeting Wednesday at the Hotel Custer. Miss Gustafson, daughter of Mrs. Robert Gustafson, a member of the chib, reported that homemade fabric covered but tons, some richly embroidered, were worn on men's coats and waistcoats in the 18th century. Since that time, many fabric coviered buttons have been made and now are considered collector's items. The first machine fabric button was ifiade in 1802 in Birmingham, England. Hostesses for the luncheon in the Homestead Room were Mrs. Ralph Cheek, Prairie City, and Mrs. Charles Bresaw, Bushnell. Tables were decorated in a spring motif, and each member received a favor of a miniature flower arrangement. At the meeting in the House and Garden Room following the luncheon, Mrs. Cheek showed a picture taken by the Register- Mail 25 years ago — of button collectors. Mrs. Twila Arnold, Prairie City, read the article that went with the picture. Walnut shadow boxes were awarded as pr'ma to Mrs. Gertrude Love, Orion, and Miss Mildred Shelton. NEWCOMER'S COUPLES BRIDGE _ The Newcomers Couples were Mrs. Holland, Mrs. Poole, I Bridge will meet Saturday at 8; , „ „. Mrs. Esther Sheldon. Mrs. Mary;p.m. in the Community Room ol ^^'^l groupings of symptoms Book Is -r (Continued from Page 9) produced it. The batch of contributors is a scrambled egghead group, ranging from B.A. to B.S. and Ph.D., with M.A. and M.S. eggheads hi between. The aggravation quotient test is designed to tell if you have an assertive or nonassertive personality. It is based on a book entitled "Your Perfect Right: A Guide to Assertive Behavior," by R.E. Albert! and M.L. Emmons. On the aggravating situation of a mate who snores, you probably have a nonassertive personality if you answered B or E -"try to get used to it," or "buy earplugs." But if you answered either "D" or "F" you probably have an assertive personality. You know that by conununicating your own.feelings m a friendly and honest manner your interpersonal relationships will be enhanced and your desired goals achieved. You feel happy with yourself for being able to confront your anxiety about a situation and deal with it in a manner that is consistent with your true feelings without hurting others. The nonassertive person, meanwhile,, probably is plagued by anxiety and is unable to act on his-her convictions. 'Go to Health" really is a health education book most of the way, passing on information about drug laws and all sorts of thhigs in an unusual way. AU tests are exjdabied in the back or answer section of the big paperback book. The section called "VD" and Thee" has a true-false on these statements: "You can't catch VD more than once; syphilis may cause blindness, insanity and death. You can catch VD from drinUng fountains, toilet seats or dishes. Some test results require further action. A test to determine your heart attack risk rate asks you to send the results to Michigan Heart Association in Detroit. "Go to Health," it says in the how-to-use section of the ,book, "is like a special optical device with which to examine yourself your body, your feelings, your needs and your environment." Knowledge dealing with human functioning is said to double every 10 years, further complicating the task of those involved in health education. By the time a book is written and published, no matter how up-to-date, it is destined to be outdated even as it comes off the presses. So, say its creators, filter and evaluate even the biformation m "Go to Health." For all humans who once wanted to be doctors there is a section that gives you a chance to practice medicme. It in- Announce NewOtticers nvw oDcan wvre announcao jtt tin meeitac of the Women oi tiie MooarcSiliter 118 at the fMpae uoQia iwanay cvenng. MM. Rdiert oebm Kdit be iemor refsnl; Mias VMa SoU, jnMof ngnt; Mrs. Bertha Ili(yn(Msv chaplain; iMfi. A^ioe Fenick, recorder; Mrs. HneA| Rioe, treasurer; and Mrs. Floyd Fm^jtinior gm^ Mrs. Fkyd Frey, senior regent, . oenducAed tiie flMOtlngfi Four- t0if memlMn' wave wel* OdMed into the dob, and (hey Iwttl be inlliated at ttie next mee(ii«. Refreshments were served by. the membership committee. OrietUation Meeiing Wilt tie atCHurahill Letters have been sent to Gale, Unooln, Nielson, and Steele Middle schools falvlting each sh^th ,grade^ sbtdent, who will be entering George Church* iU Jimior High School in the lal^ to tiie tiiird annual orientation session on Tuesday at 7:90 p.m. hi the school auditorium. The *'get4cquahited" meeting will provide students and their parents an opportunity to meet with teachers, admhiistra- tors, and student council mem' Ibers. Maps of the school will be available and after a tour of the building refreshments will be served by members of the Parents djub In the school cafeteria. An invitation is extended to all students and thehr parents to come to the "get-acquainted at Churchill." fiy LOUIS GASSClLS United Praia IntematloMl Ohurch union has proved very diifleult to aehicve tiirough wholesale merger of natkmal denombntions. However, It may yet come about piecemeal, through coalescence of local churches on tiie commimity level. The need for a grassroots-up rather than a top*ddwn approach to unity was a major theme of the recent meeting in Memphis, Tenn., of the Consultation on Church U n i 0 n (COCU). COCU is a forum in which eight U.S. Protestant denomhia* tions are trytaig to work out a merger. The project now Is 11 yean old. It has attained notable results in reveaUng what a large area of common ground ahready exists among Protestants on quesUona of faith and worship that once were bones of bitter contention. But the dedicated men and women for church unity in Director Speaks To LULAC Council Mrs. Ruth Swain,' area director of the American Cancer Society, was the speaker at the recent meeting of LULAC Council 324, in the social room of St. Patrick's Church. A movie was shown by Mrs. Swain and help in the' cancer drive was discussed. It was announced a family potiuck will be held Saturday at 6 p.m. in the gym of St. Joseph's School and that on Saturday, starting at 10 a.m. there would be a bake sale in front of Grant's Department Store. Baked goods and homenude tortillas will be sold. This sale will be sponsored by the Scholarship committee and the candidates for queen will assist. Silver Rims Plan Race Final plans were made for the professional race to be held May 6 in Knoxville, at tiie meeting Wednesday evenhig of the Silver Rims Motorcycle Club in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ronk, Abingdon. The meeting was conducted by Charles Prattler, president. It was announced that a "poster run" would beghi Sunday at 11 a.m. at the Prather home, 171 E. Davis St. Also, a "buddy seat run" will begin from the Prather home May 12 at 7 p.m. During the social hour, the club h(Hiored Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dennis who celebrated their 25tii wedding anniversary. A gift was presented to them from members of the club. Refreshments were served by Miss Suzie Dennis, Mrs. Roger Hor ton and Mrs. Bob Donley. About People(Continued from Page 9) Tries Sorting at Grassroots ^Superchurch' Of fled ana Man eoc^U ili«t tt»t aueoeedid, tinis fa^i k; liifiiitia<i^ to mk and file membcfioT Uteir denomk nations tiieir own bright vision of a united diiirch. Separate Ideittties As they acknowfedged in a statement issued at Memphis, surveys of poNir aentiment in tiie e^t fartictpattaig denominations reveal "a general unreadhiess to accept the organizational structures pro- )sed for a united; churtih." In oth^r. words, most Meth' odists seem to want to go on being Methodists, most Episcopalians want to go on being Episcopalians, most Presbyteri* ans want to go on behig Fre^yterlans, ana so on.Hiere is widespread leeriness of the whole idea of creating a new Supercburdi in whldi present denomUiations would lose their separate Identities. Faced witii tills attitude, and yet convinced that church unity is God's wiU, OOCU delegates decMed to try workhig up from the local level. Tlielr specific strategy calls lor eitaMiAinf wlttilA tiie nett year aliout 30 local congregations in which members of various OOCU denonUnatkms will worship and work togetiier, tiius testhig in practical experience what unity is like. A working model for such experhnents already is hi existence. It is "The Church of Christ Unithig" hi Kingston, Fa., a thriving congregation of 1,400 membersi. which was created last fall by merger of a Methodist church and a Pres^ byterian church. Local Enterprise The KingMon Methodists and Presbyterians came together on precisely the same basis which COCU has proposed in its plan of union for national denomhia- tions. Hie united congregation mabitahis official affiliation witti botii of the former paront denominations. Hie Metiiodist nunister has been accepted hito the PreaMerian mfaUstry, and gregaUon the Pre^lqrterlan mhilster has " " been given additional creden* tials as a Methodist pastor. The most encouraging tiibig about the Khigston merger is that it is entirely the reault of local enterprise. Neither COCU Inor the parent denomhtations had anything to do with the negotiations. They learned about the merger after it was an accomplished fact-^nd were delighted. Tliere seems to be no good reason why Protestants in hundreds of other communities cannot go ahead on their own initiative to merge two or even three or four relatively weak congregations into one strong and healthy church. They will find most of their questions about structure, form of government and types of worship services tUtetiAy ansDi^ered in ttie Plan of Union which OOCU evolved in years of deliberation. The possibilities are stupendous. Once locally'merged congregation were in existence [tiiroughout America, it wouVl be much easier to achieve merger on the national level. Area School Lunch Menus manUCT les -<- Monday, AprU 30, hunburmr in bun (wltti ch««M- Jr. tt Sr. HiSi). butteicd veg«tabl«B, fruit; TucMay, oven fried chicken, whipped Wednetdi peas, fruit: lay, tacos, rice with aufar and aplce,' peaches, cookie: Thursday, laarbecue ' in bun. buttered com, fruit cobbler; Friday, satellite sandwich, pickles, French fries or tri tater, vegetable salad, apple crisp. AlWOOD — 30. Monday, April meat loaf, mashed potatoes, pick' 1 beets, neen beans, red cherries: barbecue pork on bun, dUlpicld* • apple: W< baked beans, applesauce; Thursday, fried chicken, mashed poU- toes, peas, cranberries, ice cream; Friday, fish steaks, pouto chips, tomatoes with sticks, pudding. macaroni, celery VALLEY SBNIOll HIGH — Monday, AprU 30. sloppy Joe sandwich, creamed peas, applesauce, cake; Tuesday, grilled hot dog. potato triangle, orange JeUo, peaches: Wednesday, hot bologna, baked beans, cabbage salad, frosted grahams: niursday, scaUoped chicken, green beans, salad, mixed fruit; Friday, fish square with tartar sauce, buttered com. lettuce salad, pudding. ALEXIS — Monday. April 30, beanie-weenies, cole slaw, fruit, ^gerbread. whipped topping; Tuesday, chipped beef gravy, mashed potatoes. Duttered com. fru frosted cake; ;Wednesday. ham and scaUoped potatoes, green beans. JeUo salad, bar cookie; Thursday, steamburgers. tossed salad, pear haU. cinnamon roU; Friday, deep sea dandy, tarter sauce. scaUoped corn, JeUo with diced peaches, cookie. aoVA — Monday. AprU 30. chicken salad on bun. potato chips, diced buttered carrota, peach crisp; Tuesday, ham and eseaUoped potatoes, corn bread, butter and honey, cole slaw, pickles, rice with cream and raUin sauce; Wednesday, chicken and noodles, buttered com, hot rolls, carrot sticks, cherry shortcake; Thursday, hot dog on bun wiUi reUshcs, vegetable ^ choice, orange JeUo sated, frosted cinnamon roUs; Friday, toasted cheese sandwich or macaroni and.cheese, and potato chips, baked beans with bacon, choice of fruit. SLUSVILLE meat balls Monday. April whipped Lou Henderson, Mrs. Catherine Vitale, Mrs. Harold Gummerson, Mrs. James Smith and Mrs. Lee Naugie. Give The Be§t! Give NORTH SIDE DRUG im No. Semhiai^ St. 342-1195 Home Savings Si Loan Assn. There will be a poUuck supper. Arrangements may be made by calling Mrs. Albert Peterson, 56S Irwin St., Mrs. LaClare Sloan, 214 Fulton St., or Mrs. Harold Canada, 370 Hawkinson Avp. Do You Need A Pamaaentf 12.50 for 8.50 THERESA SHIPP BEAUTY SHOP »72 N. Acadeny it. AppoiaimaBts Only — 943-1304 and then asks what you, the doctor, would do for the patient. You're only practicuig medicine in print. The American Medical Associatuw and licensing authorities should not mind. LADIES AUXHJARY The Ladies Auxiliary to ttie Veterans of Foreigns Wars 2257 will participate in the Loyalty Day Parade Sunday at 2 p.m. in Kewanee. Memi>ers will assem- bie at the VFW Post in Kewanee at 1:30. recommend names in any of 16 categories of endeavor, rang- m£ from agriculture to transportation. In each category a group of experts screens the names submitted and makes Laureate nominations. From those nommated, Laureates are then elected by vote of the Academy's trustees. In addition, the Academy Regents — the governing board — may select one or more indi viduals to be invested with a Regents Award for outstanding service. To date, 69 persons have been invested as Laureates of the Lincoln Academy of Illinois. They include Paul H. Douglas, Jack Benny, Charles B. Schuman, Mark Van Doren, Roy Wil- kms, Ernie Banks, Bill Maul din, and, before tiieir deaths, Adial Stevenson II, Mahalia Jackson, Everett McUey Dirksen, and Archibald MacLeish. PHI MU MOTHERS Members of Phi Mu Mothers Club will told its annual May iuicheon Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the Holiday Inn. Hostesses will be Mrs. Ward Soper, Mrs. Iva Cecil and Mrs. J. S. Baker. 30, meat balls & gravy, whtppea potatoes, cold tomatoes, fruit cocktaU: Tuesday, scalloped potatoes St ham. green beans, cake; Wednesday, pizza, com. applef auce; Thursday, fried chicken & gravy, whipped potatoes, fruit salad: Friday, barbeque on bun. potato salad, fruit, fruit bar. _ FAIKVIEW — Monday. AprU 30, goulash, carrot and celery sticks. JeUo with fruit, butterscotch bars: Tuesday, turkey casserole, buttered peas, pineapple, brownie drops: Wednesday, bologna sandwich, buttered potatoes, com. applesauce cake; niursday, fried chicken, whipped potatoes, green beans, pudding; Friday, macaroni and cheese, peanut-butter sandwich, buttered mixed vegetables, banana bars. Wedding Will Be In Roseville Miss Debra Miller and Donald T. Flatley, whose engagement was announced last year, will exchange wedduig vows Saturday, June 23, at 5 p.m. at the Rcseviile United Methodist Church. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mil ler of Roseville. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Flatley of Kenosha, Wis. All friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony, and tfce reception to follow at the church. urch SERVICES WANT ADS PAY DIVIDENDS! Avon Federated — T. A. Hunt, pastor. Church school at 10. Worship at 11. Dabhida Ualtad Methodist Philip Snider, pastor. Worship at 9:50. Church school at 10:45. United Oinrch ot Altona — Stanley Rapp, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:30. StroBghurst Bethel Lntheraa— Henry F. Neal, pastor. Church school at 9:45. Worship at II. Oneida United Methodist Albert Murphy, pastor. Worship at 9. Sunday school at 10. Avon United Methodist- Wayne Nordstrom, pastor. Church school at 10. Worship at IL KnosvOle Good Samaritan Nnrsfaig Home—Sabbath school Saturday at 9:30. Worship at 11 a.m. Wednesday, prayer service at 7:30. Wataga Faith Lutheran George J. Curran, pastor. Worship at 9:30. Sunday school at 10:30. StaroBghurst United Presbyterian — Dr. John C. Castle Jr.. pastor. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 11. PYF at 6:30 p.m. Stroaghurst Oirlstlan — Loren K. Holt, pastor. Worship at 9:30. Church school at 10:30. Service at 7:30 p.m. Victoria U n iTe d Metbodlst- Raymond Bassett, pastor. Church scbool at 9:30. Worsnip service at 10:50. Mazey Chapel Ualted Metb- odist — Raymond Bassett, pastor. Church scbool at 10:30. Worship at 9:30. Lyaa Center Chapel — David Lawton, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30. Worship at 10:45 a.m. Strongburst United Methodist - Marvin C. Snapp, pastor. Church school at 10. Worship at II. Center Prahrla United Methodist - Phillip Snider, pastor. Worship at 9:45. Church school at 9:30 a.m. East Galesborg Community Chapel — Raymond Marquith, pastor. Sunday school at 10. Worship at 11 a.m. Evening lervice at 7:30. Wednesday, prayer service at 7:30. Oaeida Ualtod Presbyteriaa- Albert Murphy, pastor. Sunday school at 10. Worship at 11. Rapatee Union - Smith D Terpening. pastor. Sunday school at 9:30. Worship at 10:30. Tht kjndnt IS and lympafhy of ntigh- bors ond fritnds in our ractnt sorrow will olwoyt rtmain with u$ in o precious mtni« ory. Our sinctrt thonks ond grotitudt for oil thosf comforting octs. Mrs. Patricia Bauer Mrs. Mary Urish Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bauer Wataga St. Aloyslos -Richaru Slavish, pastor. Sunday noass at 9:00 a.m. First Friday mass at 7:00 p.m. Confessions before masses. Religion classes every Sunday at 9:45 for all grades. Alexis St. Theresa — Richard Slavish, pastor. Saturday mass at 6 p.m. Sunday mass at 7 and 11 a.m. Confession before all masses. WlUlamsfleM United Methodist — Phillip Snider, pastor. Sunday school at 10. Worship at 11 a.m. Henderson United Methodist — Robert E. McDonald, pastor. Church school at 10. Worship at 11:15. Sermon: Love Your Neighbor. Youth at 6:30 p.m. Wataga Fhrst CongregatlMial — Gregory A. Ellcey, pastw. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 11. Sermon: Suicide in Church. Study Tuesday at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Ladies' Aid at 2 p.m.; Confirmation at 4 p.m.; board of trustees at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Pilgrim Fellowship state rally at Galesburg church. Altona Inunanuel Lutheran \— Milton P. Engelhardt, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:45. Saturday, catechetical class I at 9 a.m.; class II at 10:45 a.m. Victoria Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Sakts — High Priest LaVeme Benson, pastor. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 11. Henderson Grove Messiah iLuOeran — Kenneth Knudsen, pastor. Worship at 9:30. Church school at 10:30. Nortii Henderson Zlon Lutheran — Kenneth Knudsen, p a s- tor. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 11. New Windsor United Presbyterian — Douglas Manlcell, pastor. Church school at 9:15. Worship at 10:30. Church family night at 6 p.m. Spealcer. Rev. Paul Holmer. Communicants Saturday at 10 a.m. Altona Bethany Baptist — John Carlson, pastor. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 11. Guest spealcer, Rev. Miice Nulph. Youth at 6 p.m. Service at 7 p.m. Thursday service at 7:30 p.m. Mother-daughter banquet Friday at 7 p.m. Ne# Wlndsorl^aiy Lutheran ^ P a u 1E. Hohner, pastor. Church school at 9:15. Worship at 10:30. Confirmation Saturday at 9 a.m. Mqquon United Methodist Carrol) Ochsner, pastor. Church school at 10. Worship at 11. Family night at 6:30 p.m. Potluck with casserole and beverage furiiished. Douglas United Methodist Carroll Ochsner, pastor. Worship at 9. Church school at 9:45. Orange Chapel — Carroll Ochsner, pastor. Church sdiool at 9. Worship at 10. Oneida Fhnt^Unlted Presbyterian -rG. Albert Miuphy, pastor. Church school at 10. Wor- sMp at 11. Sermon: What Is Your Outlook? Gale^urg Mission Council at 3 p.m. Sj^ker, Rev; jy)ren. Waish ol^^ago. Wonieirs Association GUi^ Day [Wednesday at 2 p.m. Coldbrook Christian jr-T. R. iAkers, pastor. Chiirdilschool at 10. Worship at 11. Sermon: Who Meets the Risen L(»ti Today? Greenbush Christian — James OKver, pastor. Churdi school at 10. Worship at 11. Women's vdunteer day at Roseville Nursing Home Tuesday. Greenbush Primitive Baptist — Elder Orvel Prior, pastor. Services fourth Sunday hi the month. May services May 27. Worship at40.,jL>unch at noon. Services at l:30.p.m. North HeBdersra United Methodist — Paul Paskewitz, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at-10:30. Alexis United Methodist Paul Paskewitz, pastor. Worship at 9. Church scbool at 10. Berwick Baptist - Mark Kafkas, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 1Q:30. Who Hos Tho Most Coot ond Jocktt Drossts LESLIE'S To STEIN'S For A Child's ALARM CtOCK With Fuxiy Eors & Toils By WE5TCL0X Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWEIRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. — Downtown Galesburg I I

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