Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 17, 1973 · Page 24
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 24

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6 . % 24 Gatjsburo R*nist«r-Moil, (aalesburo, III. Thursdoy, May 1?, 1973 Student Council, Class Heads Elected at Galva High School ^•1 •m•^ (5ALVA — Student Council and class officers have been recently elected at Galva High School. Sheila Cromien was elected president of the Student Council for 1973-74. Other officers are Desiree Luckey, vice president; Jane Van DeVelde, secretary, and Vicki Dowell, treasurer. Senior class officers elected were Daren Boston, president; Terry Schreck, vice president, and Sheila Cromien, secretary-treasurer. Junior class officers are Kenneth Yelm, president; Mark Pettcgrew, vice president; Becky Thomsen, secretary, and Becky Jones, treasurer. Sophomores elected Marty Pickrel, president; Desiree In 1957, Egypt barred Israel from sending merchant ships through the Suez Canal. Galva MRS. SUSAN MEPNER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third Ave. Phone 932-272$ In 1960, a planned Soviet- American summit meeting was cancelled in Paris after Russian Premier Nikita Khrushchev demanded an apology from President Eisenhower for spy plane flights over Russia. Luckey, vice president, and Philip Engle, secretary-treasurer. Freshman class officers will be elected in the fall. Among honors to be handed out at the 98th annual commencement exercises at Galva High School May 24 at C p.m. will be the Overbaugh Equipment Award in Agriculture. The $100 award will be granted to the graduating senior who meets stipulated re- auirernents. The candidates must have attended Galva High School for three years, taken agriculture for at least three years and be currently enrolled in the course and have maintained a 3.5 grade average for the third quarter of the senior year. The award, which will be granted by the implement firm on a yearly basis, is being given for the first time this year to identify a student judged outstanding in the field of agricultufe. High school graduation exercises will be held outdoors in the school Stadium if the weather permits. Seventy diplomas will be handed to graduating seniors during ceremonies. "There is a past Which is gone forever, buf there is a future which is still our own" is the class motto. "Imagine" is the class song, dark blue and light blue the class colors, wildflowers and blue carnations the class flowers. Rev. James W. Hancock, pastor of First United Methodist Church, will be in charge of baccalaureate services at the high school Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Bushnell Pastor, Intern Are Honored at Farewell Potluck BUSHNELL - A farewell potluck dinner for Rev. James Weiss, pastor of the United Methodist Church, and for Charles Smith, the church's intern pastor, was held Tuesday at the VFW Park. Members of the Bushnell Ministerial Assn.. and their families attended. Smith will leave this month for Evansville, Ind., where he will work at a hospital for 11 weeks as part of his seminary training. The Rev. Mr. Weiss and his family will move this summer to Olney in the southeastern part of Illinois. Swinging combinations: Jack Nicklaus Knit Blazers and Slacks by Hart Schaffner & Marx Where color and comfort are concerned, Jack's blazers and slacks are champions. The 100% polyester double-knit fabric moves right along with you and snaps right back into shape. The blazer is boldly lined and brightly buttoned and comes in a whole gallery of colors. Jack's slacks are trimly tailored and feature an adjustable waistband. There are solids, stripes, plaids and checks. Any way you pair them, Jack Nicklaus double-knit blazers and slacks really swing. Jack Nicklaus Double-Knit Blazers $100.00 Jack Nicklaus Double-Knit Slacks $29.95 OPEN Mon. & Fri. Nights Bushnell MRS. JAY CLEMENS Correspondent Home Address; 560 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 Welcomed to the community by the ministerial association was Rev. Edward Linde, new pastor of the Assembly of God Church. Members of Entre Nous Club met for a dinner Monday night at the Bon Homme Richard Restaurant, Macomb Attending were Mrs. Delores Smith, Mrs. Doris Smith, Mrs. Helen Yocum, Mrs. Isabelle Ferris, Mrs. Doris Fer ris, 1VIrs. Betty Hilton, Mrs Mary Jo Hayes, Mrs. Virginia Elam, Mrs. Eva Campbell and Mrs. Charlotte Fayhee. This was the last meeting until fall. The board of directors of the Bushnell Business and Professional Women's Club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Virginia Creek to plan activities for the coming year. Bushnell residents have learned that Miss Rattana Chokchainirand, Bangkok, Thailand, a former American Field Service exchange student at Bushnell-Prairie City High School, has won a scholarship to study in Japan. She resided with the James Walton family during her year in Bushnell. Michael Fayhee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fayhee, Bushnell, is a candidate this month for a doctor's degree in jurisprudence at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Illinois Coal Is Scotland Bound For Experiment Ten thousand tons of Illinois coal is headed for Westfield, Scotland, as part of a government - industry research program to find a substitute energy source similar to natural gas. The coal was moved out of the Streamline Mine in Randolph County, destined for Westfield, which is located just 100 miles north of the renowned British mining community of Newcastle. The coal will be tested later this year at Westfield to determine whether it can be converted — through a process known as gasification —. to a new, substitute energy source similar to natural gas. The coal is being furnished by Illinois Power Co. and seven other major Illinois utilities participating in the Coal Gasification Group (CGG) and by the Illinois Coal Operators Assn. The tests are part of a $2.5 million government-industry research program financed by member companies of the American Gas Assn. and the Department of Interior's Office of pooling their resources in Coal Research. "The Illinois utilities, by CGG, are studying ways of using the state's vast bituminous deposits as a source of supply for a future coal gasification program," said W. C. Gerstner, Illinois Power Co. vice president. "Such a program could lead to the production of a clean- burning substitute gas transformed from solid coal," he added. DOWNTOWN GALESBURG ! On this day in history: | In 1792, 24 brokers met in New York City and formed the I stock market. In 1954, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that racial segregation in public schools was unconstitutional. Humiliated Numerals 10 4 8 KJL EM T Regular 25J5 Digital clock radio has TJ to # 60 minute settings ...lets you lull to sleep with automatic shutoff, wake up to buzzer or radio. 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