Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 19, 1973 · Page 7
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, May 19, 1973
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Children With Learning Disorders Discussed At PTA Council Meeting orders iftf how these children can bi rtcognlttd. The child with ft tetfWf dlMrdtr uiutlly is avertfe «• above average in intelligence. Mrs, Jones said, but because or neurological pro- blcmi, they hive difficulty coping with the normal classroom of children. Working with the children on a one -to-one bails, Mrs, Jones officers from each school to attend the workshop Monday at fl:30 a.m. at Silas Wlllard's library, At this workshop she wilt pass on information gath ered at the PTA State Conveiv tlon which she and Mrs. Bench attended May 4 and 5 and also acquaint the units with the help available from the Council. Miss Donna Sharp was pre finds ways to compensate forsented a Life Membership cer their problems, so the children tificate and pin by Mrs. Jack Choir, Chorus, And Ensemble Give Program The George Churchill Junior High School Vocal department presented a spring concert Thursday evening in the school auditorium, under the direction of David Allen. The Churchill choir opened the program with "Proudly as the Eagle," the Churchill song. The choir then sang "The Heavens Are Telling" from "The Creation," "Close to Yfiii," "Clancy Lowered the Boom," "Ninety- First Psalm" and "Co and Tell John." "Choraliers", a group of 12 girls, sang two numbers Named Winners 4-H'ers spoke eoncernlna topics ranging from "The Farm Flock" to "My Friend" Thursday evening at the Annual 4*H Public Speaking Contest. Eleven members participated in the event. Selected as winners were Di- WASHINGTON (UP1) - ana Beird, daughter of Mr. and Housewives looking forward to USDA's List Of 'Plentiful' Food Is Dull Goietburfl Refllstef'Moil/GdjftSburo, III. Saturday, Moy 19, 1973 7 Mrs. William Baird of Williams field and Steve Thellen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Thellen, of Abingdon. First alternates were Michele Glendenning of Galesburg and Dave Rylander of Oneida, Second alternates/ were Barbara planning lively summer meals around the Agriculture Depart* ment'f "plentiful foods" list for July will have a selection composed of grits, com meal, rolled omts and dry beans. Those were the only items included in the July list, can find acceptance and success. Mrs. Jones emphasised the importance of Identifying and helping these children before a pattern of failure has been established. Mrs. Wayne Dugan, district director of PTA, Installed the 1973-74 officers who are Mrs. Rodney Kennedy, president; Mrs. Jane Ann Rench, vice president; Mrs. Kenneth Russell, secretary; and Mrs. Robert Simmons, treasurer. Mrs. Kennedy urged all incoming PTA THANK YOU We are sincerely grateful to friends and neighbors for their many kind acts of sympathy during our sad bereavement. Our appreciation cannot be adequately expressed. The Family of Luavis Rosenberry Snnford from the Council. *» a ., Curry of LaFayette and Pat'announced Friday. Officials "Soring Comes Laughing" and Hennenfent of Wataga. Others added, however, that the "The Tell-Tale Heart." jparticipating in the contest were Commewe Department has The Seventh Grade Chorus, Beth Curry, Marlene Theilen, \t eported that Maine sardines Church SERVICES (Continued From Page •) 3 Wi airway. in net A •.. tAKB BRACKEN Women's Ctolf winners Tuesday at Lake Bracken were Championship Flight, Mrs. Richard Watson, second low gross; Mrs. George Dixon, fourth low gross. First Flight, Mrs. David Palmer, second low gross; Mrs. Joseph Thompson, fourth low gross, Second Flight, Mrs. Jack Alderson, second low gross; Mrs. Carl Sauter, fourth low gross. Third Flight, Mrs. Verna Norris, second low gross; Mrs. Pat Herrin, fourth l,ow gross. Mrs. George Dixon chipped in on No. 2. Mrs. Sam Foster chipped in on No. 15. presented the three numbers which included, "Waltzing Ma- li'da," "A Song of Praise" and "Cindy." The Mixed Ensemble made up of six boys and six girls sang "Where Have all the Flowers Gone" and "Somebody's Knockin* at Your Door." Girls Glee Club sang "Alleluia and Hymn," "Up with People," "Matchmaker" from "Fiddler on the Roof," "Sunshine in my Soul" and "The Hippopotamus Choir concluded the eve with six numbers, Lord is a Mighty God," Tl ning Rick Cline, Sue Stevens, Louis Hennenfent. and Judges were Miss Grace Olson, of Oalesburg, and Carl Becker, Rural Youth President, Knox County. Dan Hennenfent, president, conducted the 4-H Federation business meeting f rior to the contest. Dennis Bro- aw, Assistant Extension Adviser, Agriculture, was introduced to the group. The 4-H Federation will join _ . in a camp clean-up at Camp The Shaubena, Saturday, May 26, at The,6:30 am - Those attending are our gift to you! We've got to band it to you. So please come in and get the handsome medallion key ring, shown hers In actual size, fteady to hold the keys to your new kingdom; Suitable lot Mowing. It's' yours absolutely free. Fill out the illacned coupon and bring it aiirgmrQiWalk out wl\h - -••wishes. lift: LADY OF FASHION "BN" Automitle, 17 ItWtfki Witer mutant. $60 right: SENATOR "B" Automatic dy/ditij 23 Jewils. %i BULOVA ... finest reward to give graduates NAME_ ADDRESS- SCHOOL— GRADUATION DATE- VALUE QUALITY SERVICE ELLIS Jewelers 219 E. MAIN ST. DOWNTOWN OALESBURG Open Mon. & Fri. 9 AM to 9 PM being asked to bring brooms or rakes and a sack lunch. Religion Is Program Topic Dr. William Crisman gave a program on "Buddhism, Hinduism, and Christianity," at the meeting of Xi Alpha Gamma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi en 1 and contribution in the vocal Thursday evening in the home music department. Bill Dwyer of Mrs. Phillip Johnston, 1123 won first place and Melissa Sweetbriar. A salad supper was Smrz and Nancy Green tied for served. second " ' The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Dale Simmon, president. Plans were discussed for the Mother and Daughter Tea which Banana Boat Song," "Lo, My Shepherd is Divine," "Everything is Beautiful," "Put Your Hand in the Hand," and the "Hallelujah" chorus from the "Messiah." Accompanists for the choirs were Melissa Smrz, Nancy Green and Roberta Perry. Each year vocal music awards are given to the outstanding pu- piis for their achievement, tal BN Veterans Entertain System Officers of Mrs. Charles The "Fun Time Four" pro-,Columbus Ave will be abundant this summer, "In contrast, supplies of other major foods are somewhat lower than usual," an Agriculture Department statement added. Traditionally, the plentiful foods list-composed of foods in heavy supply which should be available at reasonable prices— consist* of one or two "feature foods" plus additional "plentiful." None of the foods listed for July was designated as a "feature," however. The Agriculture Department committee which selects the list felt it "didn't have the personality to have a feature," one official explained. "After all, outside the South (and Southwest, half the people in the country don't know what grits are," the press spokesman said. The plentiful foods list for May designated cranberry sauce, cranberry juice cocktail and dry beans and peas as "features," and also included orange products, eggs, peanut products, grits and corn meal. The June list features pasta products and also includes eggs, grits, dry beans and corn meal. Chapel. Douglas C. Smith, deacon. Mass at 1 p.m. win Society of Mends (Quakers) — Meeting for worship at 220 N. Chambers St. at 10 a.m. First Church of the Naxarene Elm and Webster. Ffayd Suman, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:30. NYPS at 6:15 p.m. Service at 7 p.m. Women's prayer group Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday service at 7 p.m. Men's prayer group Saturday at 7 p.m. Faith United Methodist - 878 E. Knox. K. W. Goodelt, pastor. Church school at 10. worship at 8:45 and 11. Sermon: Who Am I? Mt. Zlon Baptist - 838 W. Berrien. R, P. Mayo, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:45. Missionary service at 3:30 p.m. Guest speaker, Rev. Bursie Williams. First Church of God — Knox and Famham. Ralph Barclay, pastor. Christian Brotherhood Hour over WGIL at 8:30. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 10:45 Service at 7 p.m. Wednesday service at 7 p.m. Trinity Lutheran — Kellogg and Ferris. Constant R. Johnson, pastor. Church school at ' ' Ser-i Confirmation reunion dinner at 12:30 p.m. Covenant — Dayton at Jeffer son. G. Harold Ahlberg, pastor Covenant Men's breakfast at Lake Bracken at 7 a.m. Church school at 9:45. Worship and Confirmation at 10:45. Sermon American(Continued From Page 8) church might argue that white racism-overt or subtle—is by no means the only factor involved in continued segregation of religious life in America. Many Are Ready and Seeking Many white congregations are not only ready to welcome black members they are actively seeking them, But they find the majority of black Christians reluctant or unwilling, to venture into interracial worship. Black Christians acknowledge this. They say it is an attiwde compounded partly - of doubt about the kind of welcome If You Will Pray For Us Vespers at 7 p.m. Family nightjthey'd revive," aW^tlFora Wednesday at 6:45 p.m. jdesire to avoid being conspicu 10. Worship at 9 and 11. mon: One Wayl Mt. Calvary Lutheran — 1372 W. Fremont. John L. Stuebe, interim pastor. Church school at 9:15. Worship at 8 and 10:30. AM First Christian — Broad and North. Ralph Eugene Bennett, pastor. Church school at 9. Worship at 10:15. Full Gospel Pentecostal Mis* sion — 719 W. Knox. Bursie Wi-1 liams, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 11. Tuesday and Thursday services at 7:30 p.m. Allen Park Baptist .— 1701 Mulberry. Clifford A. Noe, pastor. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 10:45. Guest speaker, Ace Gilbert. Training at 6:30 p.m. Service at 7:30 p.m Wednesday service at 7:30 p.m. Advent Christian - 1673 N. Seminary. Charles Rutan, pastor. Church school et 9:45. Worship at 11. Service at 7 p.m. Wednesday service at 7 p.m. ous exceptions in a sea of white faces. Worship Is a personal and private area of a person's life, and it is easy to understand why most people tend to choose a church in which they feel completely at home. Given these facts of human psychology, it seems unlikely that racial integration will become widespread in churches until it has become a routine, matter-of-fact reality in other sectors of American life. In particular, desegregation of churches may have to wait on desegregation of housing. People who live together as neighbors seven days a week shouldn't feel strange coming, together for worship at.eleven o'clock on Sunday morning. 'Geriatrics' Topic For Homemakers Extension Group Reeves, 341 vided the musical entertainment for the Burlington Northern Veterans Assn. and Auxiliary When they hosted a spring dinner party for system officers and guests at the Emmanuel United Methodist Church Thursday evening. Carl Price, president of the veterans, and Mrs. Wilda Ayers, president of the auxiliary, welcomed the members and guests. William Eble, toastmaster, introduced the following present system officers: H. B. Johnson, president, Creston, Iowa; A. F. Zimmerman, vice president; .Quincy; John Crat- Nowlan Gets Coordinator's Job at WW MACOMB — Janles D. Now- was December, 1971 when pork was named. Beef has not made the list since June of 1967. The department statement announcing the low-key July list noted that dry beans are "one of the less expensive sources of vegetable protein" and are expected to be in adequate supply; rolled oats First United Presbyterian — Prairie and Ferris. Kermit W. Petersen, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 11. Sermon: Some Facts About Discipleship. First United Methodist Kellogg and Ferris. Robert S. White, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 9:30 and 11. Sermon: Toward a Better World. Covered dish dinner in honor of Dr. Joseph C. Hoffman at noon. First Baptist — Cherry and Tompkins. Carlton G. Christenson, paster. Church school at Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints — 405 N. Pleasant. Elder Lloyd Tripp, pastor. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 11. Speaker, Priest Ren McCanless. Woman's Department at the OQUAWKA - "Geriartrics" was the major lesson presented by Mrs. Orville Eddingfield and Mrs. Ruth Swann at the Oquawka Homemakers Extension Unit's meeting May 15 at Mrs. Virgil Larson's home. Following a business meeting, a birthday cake was pre- Cowley residence Tuesday at |sented to Mra S vimn, Mrs. 7:30 p.m. Group discussions; Belva Tee and Mrs Beulah Braun, whose during May. birthdays are fej ^LSLrtrsa WES** *****«**a-* recently; and the protein in corn meal and grits, expected to be in ample supply in July," complements the protein in many other foods." Republican candidate last fall for Illinois lieutenant governor, has been appointed Western Illinois University's coordinator of internships in public affaris. The appointment will be effective Sept. 1, said Dr. James R. Connor, provost and aca ty, director; Mrs. J. D. Steven, d lc ylce president . Nowlan president Denver, Colo., Mrs. ^ ^ appolnted earlltt , as Kenneth Givens, first vioa pres- . jstant ^ Qt pMi .• . « ident, Naples, and Mrs. John- ica , science at wiU. < t th day of 1973 Wlth 226 to The Almanac By United Press International Today is Saturday, May 19, The Family Worshipping, Broadcast over WAIK at 11. Family night and business meeting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Priesthood visitation Thursday at 7 p.m. „ , , „ — u , Mr. and Mrs. James Nor- Central Congregational -; man are the parents of twin Pubhc Square. W. Robert Mur- |glrls born ^av 11 at Burling- ray, pastor. Church school at ton HospltaJ The babies wer * e 9:15 Worship at 10:30. Sermon: named Pattie Loretta and Pam . Jonathan Livingston Seagull. I m \ Darlene Broadcast over WAIK at 9:35. ! RABIES CLINICS For the convvniance of dog ownars, in complying with the annual Rabi«s vaccination roqulromont, The Knox County Veterinarians will conduct Rabiii Clinks it Follows: Gaieiburg — All Veterinary Clinics during regular office hours. Williamsfield - May 15, 7-9 P.M. - Dr. Hockgraver' Office. Rio - May 17, 7-8 P.M. - Dr. Allen, Fire Station. Oneida - May 17, 7 -9 P.M. -~ Dr. Vinson' Office. East Galesburg - May 18, 7 -1 P.M. - Dr. Allen, Fire Station. Yates City — May 18, 7 -9 P.M. — Dr. Hockgraver, Fire Station. Henderson - May 19, 2-3 P.M. - Dr. Watters, Fire Station. Maquon — May 21, 7-8 P.M. — Dr. Strahler, Fire Station. Abingdon - May 22, 7-8 P.M. - Dr. Strahler Office Dahinda - May 22, 7-8 P.M. - Dr. Hockgraver, Fire Station. Altona — May 22, 7-9 P.M. — Dr. Mills, Fire Station. GUson - May 22,7-8 P.M. - Dr. Hoyme, Fire Station. KnoxvUle - May 23, 7-9 P.M. - Dr. Hoyme, Fire Station. Victoria - May 23, 7-9 P.M. - Dr. Mills, Fire Station. Wataga — May 24, 7-9 P.M. - Dr. Vinson, Fire Station. RABIES FEE $500 PER DOG son, second vice president, Creston, Iowa. These past system presidents were present: Mrs. K. G. Burford, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mathews, Bluffs, and Mrs. M. E. Cratty. Prizes were won by E. Stackhouse, Mrs. Florence Tucker, Mrs. Helen Swanson and Mrs. J. F. Mathews. The tables for 80 were decorated with Southern Belle dolls and variegated flower decorated candles. Mrs. Golda Hanson was chairman of the decorating committee. , Folk Singer Entertains Church Women The music of the Appalachian Mountains was presented by Mrs. Robert Murray at the Spring Guest Night of Trinity Lutheran Church Women Thursday evening in Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Murray accompanied herself on the guitar and autoharp as she sang folk songs and ballads, and told stories of the area where she was raised. Miss Ruth Schwartz, president, conducted a short business meeting. Refreshments were served by Units 2, 3 and 4 from tables attractively decorated in green and white. Lilles-of-the-vaUey in green containers centered each table. A Toulon native and former publisher of the Stark County News, Nowlan is currently lecturing at Knox College on political parties. He expects to complete his Ph.D. in June at the University of Illinois, where he received his bachelor's degree in 1983 and his masters in 1965. He served In the Illinois House of Representatives in the 76th and 77th session. Nowlan replaces Dr. A. B. Vilfaneuva, professor of political science, who has resigned to teach and do research full-time. The coordinator assists WIU students in preparing applications and meeting requirements for public affairs internships on municipal, state and federal levels. Woman Is Host ' n o Son, Spouse ELMWOOD - Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bailey, Pittsburgh, Pa., spent four days here recently with his mother, Mrs. Caroline Bailey. Mrs. Estella Fuller returned home May 13 following a 2* week visit with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scholtes, GUUspie. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bailey, Mrs. Diane Kraft and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Green spent Mother's Day with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dailey. The moon is between its full phase and last quarter. The morning stars are Mercury, Mars and Jupiter. The evening stars are Venus and Saturn. Those born on this date are under the sign of Taurus. American philanthropist John Hopkins was born May 19, 1795. On this day in history: In 1895, an advertisement in a Chicago newspaper offered "Modern dancing lessons, three and one-half hours, 25 cents," In 1940, Editor William Allen White of the Emporia, Kan., Gazette started organizing a committee to defend America by aiding the Allies in World War II. In 1945, more than 400 American Superfortress planes bombed Tokyo. In 1964, Alabama Gov. George Wallace won 42 per cent of the vote in a Maryland presidential primary. Four years later, he was defeated as a third party candidate. Allen Chapel A.M.E. — 153 E. Tompkins. L. B. Johnson, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:45. Wednesday service at 7 p.m. Calvary Assembly of God — Kellogg and Grove. C. R. De- Preflger, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:40. Sermon: God Is a Giving God. Youth at 6 p.m. Service at 7 p.m. Hour of Power Tuesday at 9 a.m. Wednesday service at 7:30 p.m. Speaker, Rev. Waldo Risner. Bethany Baptist — 373 E. Simmons. Dr. George Nulph, pastor. Broadcast over WGIL at 8:20. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 11. Broadcast over WAIK at 11:20. Youth at 6 p.m. Service at 7 p.m. Wednesday service at 7:30 p.m. First Lutheran — Seminary and Waters. Ordell W. Peterson, pastor. Confirmation of 1973 class at 9:30. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 11. Sermon: We Are the Church. Hot, Cold Spots NEW YORK (UPI) - The highest temperature reported to the National Weather Service Friday excluding Alaska and Hawaii was 109 degrees at Blythe, Calif. Today's low was 21 degrees at Bradford, Pa. Ice three inches thick will support one man on foot, 7Vi inches will hold an automobile, and a foot will sustain a truck. MALES' formol wtor 'in Stock Rentals" PHONE »M/l4|.ltU Register Tdr'9rit^on«ymoon to Lai vagal . 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