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Code eaiam mnC. ecewe onord Gdlesburg RegisterTMoif, Gojesbtrrg, 111, Thursday, May 10, 1973 15 Western Illinois University has announced that 512 students completed undergraduate or graduate degree requirements during the 1972-73 winter quarter. Among them are, Cathy Ann Boyer, RR 3; Nancy Anne Butts, 675 South West St.; Ruth E. Hallberg, RR 1; Robert 0. Johnson, Jr., 213 Day St.; Robert A. Moore, 750 Warren St., and David M. Sperry, South Lake Storey Road. Terry Stone, 1257 Willard St., will present a song recital Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Ohampaign campus. The recital will be at Smith,Music Hall. Stone is a baritone. Dennis Mark Yard, 787 Monroe St., has been selected a member of the University Union Board at Western Illinois University, Macomb, for the 1973-74 academic year. Yard, a junior in agriculture, will be chairman of recreation. Mary Garrison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Garrison, 224 Silver St., is a March 16 graduate of the Elkhart Institute of Technology, Elkhart, Ind., as a medical laboratory technician. She is now serving her in-; ternship at Bremen Hospital,' Bremen, Ind., and is a member-elect of the American Medical Technologists. Marcia Noe, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Clifford A. Noe, 108 Madison St., was one of four queen attendants at Missouri Baptist College's Hannibal- LaGrange Campus, Hannibal, Mo., at its annual spring banquet April 27 which honored the 1973 graduates. Bob Jones University, Greenville, S. C, will confer approximately 565 graduate and undergraduate degrees and certificates of completion May 30. Among those to receive degrees are Jana Jean Boyer, MALES' formal wear •'In Stock Rentals" PHONE J0 »/a «-SfM After Six. Lord Wait, Palm Beech Register for Free Honeymoon to Las Vega* 10 Wnt Main St.. Oalaiburg Debra Wolfe, right, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolfe, 1054 Monroe St/, was one of the participants in the 37th. annual Gamma Phi gymnastic circus at Illinois State University May 5 and 6. Others include Brenda Fiedler, Wheeling; left, William Jaeger, Glenview; Lavergne Kraemer, Glenview; and Nick Isaacs, Wheeling. daughter of Mrs. Marjorie Boyer, Rt. 2; Leonard Alva Byerly and Larry Kermit Raaen, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Byerly of 1409 North Cedar St.; Michael Prentice Walters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Walters, 83 S. Farnham St., and Carol Pauline Wilkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don L. Wilkins pf 1329 West Main St. Janet M. Cox, a graduating senior at Augustana College, Rock Island, was recently initiated into the Gamma Sigma Chapter of Beta,Beta Beta National Honorary Biological Fraternity. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Cox of 870 Jefferson St. Vickie Dorris, daughter of Mrs. Victor M. Dorris, 694 Greenleaf Sjt„ and the late-Dr. Dorris, has been awarded the Judith Ann Gustafson Award at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wis. Miss Dorris, a junior, was presented the award which is given annually to a sophomore woman who exemplifies qualities of scholarship, namely a high moral character, integrity, loyalty to school and friends. Area Students Eastern Illinois University has announced that Linda E. Knox, Maquon, and Randall T. Timington of Elmwood, have been named to the Dean's List at Eastern Illinois University this past quarter. Bob Jones University at Greenville, S. C. will confer approximately 565 graduate and undergraduate degrees and certificates of completion May 30. Among those to receive degrees are Christine E. Monson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Olson, Gilson, and Dianne Lynn Beetler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Beetler, Oneida. Cindy Staggs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Marvin Staggs, R.R. 1, Box 12, Avon, has been recently named to the Dean's List at Midstate College in Peoria following the winter quarter. Miss Staggs, a 1972 graduate of Avon High School, also graduated following the term with a major in the Airline Secretarial program. , Western Illinois University has announced that 512 students completed undergraduate .or graduate degree requirements during the 1972-73 winter quarter. Among them are, Michael C. Link, Sandra K. Link and Cynthia L. Schenck, all of Abingdon; Keith A. Chandler and Mary A. Hays, Alexis; Jill D. Lock, Avon; Steven Streitmatter, Brimfield; David J. Clarke, GalVa; Gary Wayne Clark, Gilson; Maynard Bleichner, and Jennifer Lynn Davis, both of Knoxville; Sara L. Herbert and iGerald L. Erlandson, both of Smithfield; Mary Ellen Lutz, Toluca; Sheila E. Shives, Yates City; James Bloomberg, and Douglas L. Minder, both of Woodhull. "Dixie" was first set to music in Montgomery, Ala., by Dan Emmet. 'Church Wedding As A Service Of Worship 9 Subject for Program Meeting at the Trinity Lutheran Church for dinner, Tuesday evening, the Galesbufg Chapter of the American Guild of Organists had their ministers and wives as guests. Welcoming the group was Miss Myrna Andersen, dean. The program dealt with "The Church Wedding As A Service or Worship" and appropriate music used in such services Kenneth Goad opened the program with two folk songs "Someday, Somewhere" by Hanks and ','Ole To Joy" by Beethoven. The piano paniment was by James Musolf. Two duets "Gift of Love" by Hopson and "Behold, What Manner of Love" were sung by Mrs. Gene Johnson and Mrs. James Musolf, with Mr. Musolf at the piano. Mrs. Harold Moore played parts of processional and recessionals on the organ. Included were John Stanley's "Trumpet Tune," "Little Aria" by Handel, "Trumpet Tunes in D and C" by David Johnson, "Suite from Drottingsholms" by Roman, and the Martin Shaw "Processional" which ends in a hymn tune. Mr. Musolf accompanied Ralph Johnson as he sang a folk song "You Made Us For Each Other" by Innes. Will Jewsbury then accompanied himself on the guitar as he sang "There Is Love." He noted that there is piano or organ accompaniment, also. Presidetit- (Continued From Page 13) Bach's "Jesus, Shepherd, Be Thou Near Me." Mrs. Charles Farley and Mrs. Robert Murray sang two duets "The Lord's Prayer" by Flor Peeters and Bach's "The acconvjLord Bless You" by Bach. The organ accompaniment was by Dr. Farley. Mrs. Farley continued with "Greatest of These Is Love" by Bitgood and "Wedding Processional and Aria" by Bach. The letter would also be appropriate as a recessional. Dr. Farley remained at the organ to conclude the program with excerpts from the follow ing processionals and recessionals: "Trumpet Tune in D" by Purcell, "Psalms XIX and XX" by Marcello, "Now Thank We All Our God" by Bach, as well as "Jesus Joy of Man's Desiring." Included also, were WhV liam's "Epithalame," Bach's "Sheep May Safely Graze" and Brahms "St. Anthony's Chor ale." Arrangements for the evening were made by Miss Andersen and the women or Trinity Lutheran Church. L. T. STONE L. T. Stone kindergarten round-up will be Friday at 1:30 Ralph Johnson continued with'p.m. at the school gym. The Academy of Fine Arts 444 N. ACADEMY SPRING & SUMMER TERM TEACHING PIANO, VOICE, VIOLIN, HARP, ORGAN & DRUMS FAMILY GROUP PLAN ... ALL AGES REESE ELLIOTT WILSON Coll 343-6795 they all enjoyed and that through the generosity of Knox College all the children attended the circus. The board was also informed that Don Robinson, trustee, Mrs. Phil Lass and Mrs. W. R. Hoerner will present the Home's requests to the United Way Budget Committee. The board acknowledges the following contributions from: Jo Donna Miller, Galesburg Senior Women's Club, Mr. and Mrs. Shea, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ericsson, Mrs. Rhlnehart, Knox County Rural Youth Group, Mrs. Ray Campbell, Phi Gamma Delta, Mrs. Dean Llndstrom, Mrs. Phil Lass, Mrs. David Wells. Also, Miss Susan Nyman, Coldbrook Church, Mrs. DeWitt Sloan, Gerald Bowen, Dean Llndstrom, Presbyterian Church, Henderson Grove Women's Club, Junior Women's Club, Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Also, Knox College, Abingdon Entertains Club r At the Baste and Taste. 4 -H Club meeting members, who met at the home of Deftise Corbin in East Galesbtfrj' recently, heard talks give* by Lisa Bell on "Proper Hems/' Denise on "Arts and Crafts," Michele Glendenning on'"Malfr ing Darts" and Carol kfupps on "Citizenship." Denise gave a demonstration on "Bread Pudding." ' ' Refreshments were served by the hostess. " Leaders of the club are Mrs. Herb Squire and Mrs. Richard Westergren. 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