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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 16

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\6 Galesburfl Register-Mail, Galesburg, III. ^ Thursday, Mqy 24, 1973 Bushnell Exercises Set, Graduates Listed BUSHNELL - &mmence- tncftt exercises (or 110 Bush* nell^fiffie City High School mim i will be held June 5 at * flt.ffi. in the school gym* nashm ThiJlfiSiool band, under the direction of Robert Davis, will play two nianbefs, "So Par Away" and "Mancini Melody." Speakers will be Bambi Sweney, Marijo Francis and Thomas Spangler, co-valedictorians; Rhonda Francis, salutatorian; Steve Olson, class president, and Greg Garrison, student council president. iMplomas will be awarded by Daiid W. Ogle, president of School District 170's Board of Education. G. Denton White, superintendent of schools will present the class for graduation. Richard Greer, the principal, will recognize honor graduates. Invocation and benediction will be given by Rev. Richard Fagan, pastor of St. Bernard's Catholic Church. Baccalaureate services will be held June 3 at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium. Invocation and benediction will be given by Rev. Edward Linde, pastor-of the Assembly of God Church.The scripture reading and prayer will be given by Rev. Raymond Barr, pastor of the Church of the Nazarene. Speaker will be Rev. Ralph Adamson, pastor of Bushnell Bushnell MRS. JAY CLEMENS Correspondent Home AddtMt: 560 W. Hurst St. Phone 7912240 Edward McDonald, Pamela Taylor McDonald, Kristlna MeGlaughlin, Charles MathewBon, Jay Melvin, Roger Miller, William Miller 3t., Linda Murphy, David Nicholas, Debra Nicholas, Robert O'Connor, Steven Olson, Brenda Rhodes, John Robison, Judith Rose, Peggy Satterly, Charles Schade, Gloria Schmidt, Janet Serven, Ruth Serven, Marilyn Sharon, Mark Shepard, Lawrence Simpson, Barbara Smith, William Smith, Steven . Snyder, First United Presbyterian Church, whose topic will be "The Power of God and the Wisdom of God." Musical selections will be performed by the senior sextet and mixed choir. Members of the graduating class include: Clara Ackerson, Ann Adamson, Cynthia Alien, Earl Barker, Vicki Mason Bartlett, Nancy Beatty, Jeffrey Bentzinger, Susan Bliven Karen Brewer, Vicki Brown, Denis Buchen, David Cadwalader, Gail Carley, Dixie Carter, Laura Chaffee, Robert Chambers, Terry Childs, Duane Collins, Hazel Belt Coon, Paula Cooper, Shannon Cox, William Craver, Lloyd Croxton, Eddie Cunningham and Kevin Danner, Kathy DeWitt, Kenneth Diehl, Amy Dietz, Chris Dimmitt, Sue Draughan, Jeffery Elam, Thomas Elam Steven EUls, Michael Etter, Anga Ferguson, Edna . Fowler, Marijo Francis, Rhonda Francis, Gregory Garrison, John Geeves, Delbert Goddard, Harold Gooding, Holly Hanley, Stephen Ham, Brenda Havens, Carla Havens, Linda Haymaker, Emily Haynes, Rebecca Hays, Elmer Heikes, Steven Hess, Linda Hickenbottom. Janet Hilton, Karl Hitz, Janet Hornbaker, Janice Hornbaker, Cheryl Howard, Elizabeth Hyde, Rose Jennings, Brenda Jones, Daniel Kennett, Melinda Thompson Kepple and Shirley King. Russell Knott, Randy Lafary, Bonnie Litchfield, Glenna .McCance, OPEN: Mon. "Til 8:30 p.m. Fri. Til 9 p.m. 140 EAST MAIN Two Doors West of Walgraens Jeffrey speet, Roger StilLJohn Stockham Robert Strange, Donna Surratt, Bambl Sweney, David Taylor, Nancy Fox Taylor, Betty Hinchee VancU, Jeffrey VerSteeg, Richard Walters, Debra Webster, Nancy Weiss, Dan WilUams and Kathy Wolf. .... Varsity cheerleaders for next year were chosen Tuesday by 3ushnell -Prairie City High School 's Student body. They are Kandie PromiSson, Lorettn O'Connor, Phyllis Doll, Jane Hawkins and Debbie McGrew. Tony Ackers, eight-year-old son of .Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ackers, Bushnell, fell Tuesday from playground equipment at East Elementary School where he is in the third grade. He was taken to McDonougi District Hospital, Macomb, where he was treated for a compound fracture of the left arm, He returned home Wednesday. Prairie City Grade School pupils are closing the school year with a number of varied activities. Kindergarten and fifth graders presented a musical program Tuesday. Kindergarten children were directed in several songs by Mrs. Jan Blout and Mrs. Judy Secord. The fifth grade band performed a number of selections under the direction of Royce Davis. The combined chorus sang under the direction of Mrs. Secord. The group was accompanied at the piano by Kathy Shanklin, a high school student. OnceMoreFor Delta Queen? WASHINGTON (UP!) - Con* gress was asked Wednesday to permit the Delta Queen, the last paddlewheel rlverboat still offering overnight passenger service, to continue plying the Mississippi River until she can be replaced by an All-steel vessel. The request was opposed by the coast Guard, which says the Delta Queen's wooden superstructure presents a fire hazard , to its passengers. If approved by Congress under a bill by Rep. Leonore K. Sullivan, D-Mo., it would be the third time the half-century-old riverboat has been granted an s exemption frbm laws pertaining to safety at sea. Mrs. Sullivan, chairman of the Heme Merchant Marine and Fisheries committee, told her colleagues that if the bill Is hot approved, it would mean that "another of our great American traditions will have pawed from the scene." The Delta Queen, built In Scotland, was once a familiar sight in California, where it plied the waters of the Sacramento River and San Francisco Bay. It was later dressed up to look like a 19th Century riverboat and began churnihg the waters of the Mississippi and Ohio rivers'and now calls on ports in 17 states. Galva Promotions Are Friday Lone Graduate The lone graduate of the 1973 class of Vilas (Colo.) High School, Lex Thomipson, 18, waits on platform ito be awarded his diploma. Lex, the only member of his class, was class president, vice prestident and seore!airy-*reias- urer. Vilas lis a community of slightly more than 100 persons with only a few students in the entire school system. ITT President-All Work No Play? (Continued From Page. 10) things. Boating, Fishing, golf. When I was selling ads on the World. Telegram I used to spend most of my time on the move. That was in the depression era and my territory consisted of all of New England, New Jersey, Long Island and New York. When the weekend came around all I wanted to do was sit down and read, do something quiet because I would be talking all the time during my work week; Now all I do is sit around and talk, write things on pieces of paper and stuff like that. When the weekend comes around want to get outdoors. If I get the chance I run around a bit after getting up in the morning Not as much as I'd like but I often can't because of time. Q—What qualities do you admire in people—social as well as professional. A—I don't know. Maybe just the quality of being regular people .... Basically, I like competent people who get things done, who can correct their mistakes if they make any. Their batting averages should be good and they should be willing to put in a good day's work. Q— What do you feel is your greatest accomplishment to date? And your biggest challenge of the future? A—I feel that our greatest accomplishment to date has been to help'build a large sound multinational company which is a constructive force in host countries throughout the world and in the U.S. Q—What constitutes. happiness and fulfillment for you? A—III had the answer to that question. I could probably sell it by the box. I enjoy accomplishing things, whatever they are. I enjoy a round of golf even with my 104. I'm very proud, because I think we have built a good company from the inside. We all must pick our responsibilities and discharge them. You are entitled to a sense of satisfaction if you discharge them well. Q— One day you'll be leaving ITT. How then will you spend your time? A—A tough question. I'd like to get away from working 60, 70 hours a week. There probably would be some carryover value to the company, something I could contribute. Basically, I suppose, I'd like to find other areas of work. I have one quality, be it weakness or strength, and it sometimes gives me problems. I get very enthusiastic about almost anything. I get very involved and keep after it. Maybe I may spend time in the social problems area. I'll say one thing-definitely. I have absolutely no enthusiasm about entering politics. If I wanted to do something effectively the last place I would go would be politics. GRADUATION At a loss about what to buy this years graduate Are you unsure of size, color or anything else. Then stop in the BANK OF GALESBURG and ask about GIFTCHEK. Its the perfect gift — with the appropriate message for the occasion. We also have GIFTCHEKS for all other occasions . . . each one designed especially for each event. The Bank That Leads The Way Bank of Galesburg MAIN & KELLOGG MEMBER F.D.I.C. PH. 343-4141 WAIK DI0 C NOW AVAILABLE in Golesburg BENNETTS UNLIMITED - 340 East Main BIG 10 LIQUOR - 1597 North Henderson COItBIN'S DISCOUNT FURNITURE STORE - 565 North West FIDELITY FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN - Main & Cherry FIRST GALESBURG NATIONAL BANK - 200 East Main HOME.SAVINGS & LOAN — 50 East Main J. L. BLACK TV — Henderson & Fremont KASTLE KREME - 1595 West Main MR. QUICK — 914 North Henderson NORTHSIDE BAKERY - 392 East Fremont RADKE! FINE FURNITURE - 2035 Grand Ave. RUSTY'S COUNTRY FRIED CHICKEN - 1679 Grand Ave. SHEA'S DAIRY STORE - 164 South Academy SWANSON LOCK & KEY - 712 East Main TOP DRAWER - 433 East Main in Abingdon DEL RIO ANTIQUES WINKLERS FAMILY SPORTS CENTER in Knoxville BILL'S SHELL SERVICE LOE'S PHARMACY in Avon NEIL HUMMEL LUMBER CO. in London Mills F. L. BOWDEN AGENCY in Prairie City PRAIRIE PANTRY After June 1, Ail Items on Tradio Must be Sent In on Official Tradio Cards, to be Aired. 0(a) O A L V A -Hpromotion exercises for members of Galva Middle School wiU be held Friday at 8 p.m. at the school. The program will begin with the processional by Sue Cunningham, followed by the invocation by Janis Anderson. David Ericson will give the pledge of allegiance and Janet Anderson, the welcome. Tracy Warner, William Robson, Judy Bates, Jonathan Frisby, Dan Garrett and Joseph Anderson will give "Thoughts on Awareness" and vocal selections will be provided by the eighth grade class. William Patterson will present the promotional certificates. Janice Hagaman will give the benediction and Ruth Spivey the recessional. Honor guard will consist of seventh graders Kathryn Arter, Becky Freed, Jill Gustaf- Galva MRS. SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third Ave. Phone 932-2725 son, W. Steven King, Roy Lindberg, Ruth Spivey, Dennis Tarleton and Randy Thompson. NOTICE - All Appliances Left Here Over 6 Months Will Be Disposed of OF ELECTRIC TI? f>nn B:9 r. MAIN At LINDSTR0MS Top 20 SINGLE 45 RPM RECORDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree —Dawn Little Willy —The Sweet "The Twelfth of Never" —Donny Osmond Stuck In The Middle With You —Stealers Wheel Wildflower —Skylark The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia —Vickie Lawrence My Love —Paul McCartney & Wings Super Fly Meets Shaft Frankenstein Sing Drift Away Reeling In The Years Hocus Pocus Killing Me Softly With His Seng If We Try Fool One Of A Kind (Love Affair) Jesus Was A Crossmak«r Shambala Playground In My Mind —John & Ernest —Edgar Winter —Carpenters —Dobie Gray —Steely Dan —Focus —Roberta Flack —Don McLean —Elvis Presley —Spinners —Hollies -Three Dog Night —Clint Holmes Top 20 LONG PLAY RECORDS —Beatles —Led Zeppelin —Beatles 1. 1967-1970 2. Houses Of The Holy 3. 1962-1966 4. They Only Come Out At Night —Edgar Winter Group 5. The Best Of Bread 6. The Dark Side Of The Moon —Pink Floyd 7. Billion Dollar Babies —Alice Cooper 8. Aloha From Hawaii Via Satellite —Elvis Presley 9. Moving Waves —Focus 10. Neither One Of Us —Gladys Knight & The Pips 11. Diamond Girl —Seals & Crofts 12. Talking Book —Stevie Wonder 13. Red Rose Speedway —Paul McCartney & Wings 14. Jeff Beck, Tim Bogert & Carmine Appice 15. Made In Japan —Deep Purple 16. Don't Shoot Me I'm Only The Piano Player —Elton John 17. The Captain & Me —Doobie Brothers 18. Spinners 19. The World Is A Ghetto —War 20! Bloodshot —J. Geils Band LINDSTROM'S 246 E. Main Downtown Galesburg "The Friendliest Store in Town"

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