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22 Gtajtsburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, Friday, May 25, 1973 Fanner Abingdon Residents Lead African Mission Life By GERALDINE BAUER (Staff Correspondent) ABIflKJDON — Rev. Marvin Wolford has seen the flag change four times in the 18 years he has been a missionary in Africa. He and his wife, Jean, former Abingdon residents, are stationed at Kapanga in the nation of Zaire. The country used to be known as the Republic of Congo and the Belgian Congo. The Rev. Mr. Wolford is a Methodist missionary who oversees two districts by counseling African pastors. He also does evangelism work in the villages. There are a total of 50 missionaries who are directed by afl African bishop; they work closely on all projects with African pastors. One of the present projects of the Wolfords is translating the Bible into the Uruund language. Mrs. Wolford proofreads all copy and types everything four times. She uses an electric typewriter which is run off a generator. The Rev. Mr. Wolford sneaks Swahili. Uruund and French. Mrs. Wolford speaks Uruund. THE WOLFORDS are the parents of three sons, Tom, 13, Steve, 11, and Andy 6. Tom was born in this country, but the other two boys were born in Zambia. The boys attend a boarding school for children of mission- aires 400 miles from home. Children are taught Latin and French on the grade school level during terms of 18 weeks each. Children go home twice a vear.. The weather in the area in which the Wolfords reside consists of two seasons—wet and dry. Temperatures always hover near the 80-degree mark. The wet season lasts for seven months of the year, and the remaining five months are the dry season. BECAUSE of the roads which turn into a quagmire during the rainy season, English Land Rovers with 4- wheel drive are used to get rbout. The Wolford family lives in a 2-bedroom brick home with mud plaster on the inside walls and a grass roof. Water comes from a nearby spring and is pumped by a gas or diesel engine. Use of electricity is limted to four hours a day — 6:30-10:30 p.m. Mrs. Wolford has a washer which runs on a gas engine, a gas stove and a refrigerator which operates on kerosene. Since there are no shops to buy clothing, much use is made of mail order catalogs. When the Wolfords returned to Africa three years ago, Mrs. Wolford bought clothing in sizes she thought would work for the period and packed them into barrels to be opened as needed. PORK AND beef are flown in from the U.S., and prices are comparable to what they are here. Vegetables and garden products can be bought from the local villagers. Supplies must be transported 650 miles, and that is reflected in the price of canned goods, which can run as high as $1.50 for a can of vegetables. The village of Kapanga has a population of 15,000. There is no industry, and gardening is the main source of income for villagers. A family's income from crops runs about 1150 a year. Villagers do not have electricity, and water must be carried from the nearest river which is several miles away. The task of carrying water is left to the women, and they often take clothing and do laundry during their daily trek for water. KAPANGA has a 240-bed hospital which is staffed by two missionary doctors. The Wolford family will spend the next year at Wilmore, Ky., where the Rev. Mr. Wolford will travel and speak. Mrs. Wolford plans to accompany him on some of his trips. The family decided to spend this year in the U.S. to give their boys a chance to become familiar with American life and schools. The Rev. Mr. Wolford is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wolford. The Knoxville Community Action League has kicked-off a drive to raise funds for recreation facilities in Knoxville. Mrs. Milton Davidson, center, chairman of the ways and means committee, holds tickets for a TV Community Action Drive ABINGDON MRS. GERALDINE BAUER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: RFD St. Augustine, 111. Ph. 462-2477 Knoxville Plans Memorial Day Parade Education Leader Speaker At Annual Rotarian Banquet KNOXVILLE - Knoxville wiW hold a Memorial Day. parade Monday, the first such celebration in years. The parade is scheduled to get under way at 2 p.m. at Line and Main streets. It will travel down Main Street, turn at the Presbyterian Church, and make its way to the cemetery where Rev. Prosper Tournear and Rev. Clifford Parke will conduct religious services in honor of war dead. Included in the parade will be the Knox County Sheriff's„ Posse, the American Legion Knoxville ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Mom* Address: 210 N. Timber St Phone 289-J816 color guard, Boy Scouts, 102nd Civil War Infantry Regiment, Knoxville Police Department mounted patrol and others. Kenneth Bragg is parade marshal. There will be no garbage ABINGDON - Robert ID. Peck, Superintendent of the Knox County Educational! Services Region, was the speaker when eighth grade graduates were honored Wednesday alt the annual Rotary Club banquet. Club - sponsored awards were presented to Becky Winkler and Sid SwedOund. Guests at the dinner were •««• ••• -» T Jim Toal of Monmouth, past Media IMeWS district director, and Merlin ——————i—— JLorfeld of Macomb. A dance was held following the dinner. SOLID-STATE IGNITION PROVED 99.9% FAILURE FREE! Model 7262 Lawn-Boy introduced Solid State Ignition in 1972. Field reports indicate it has proven virtually 100% free of starting problems. Now, in 1973, Lawn-Boy teams Sold State Ignition with exclusive features thoughtfully engineered for safer mowingl See the full line of Lawn- Boy mowers at these dealers Doug Ruyl was the chop- erone when 39 eighth graders had a swimming party alt the GaOesburg Municipal Pool. Wednesday. Yearly awards were presented when 86 band students were honored at a Wednesday banquet sponsored by the American Legion. The welcome was given by Russ Hansen, and guests were Mr. and Mrs. Hay Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Moore. Rev. Marvin Wolford, African missionary, who is presently on furlough, will be the speaker ait Sunday services ait United Methodist Church. Mrs. WoMord, will speak during the church school hour, and ttihe Rev. Mr. Wolford will speak at worship service. Woman 9 s Oil Painting Wins Blue Ribbon in Art Contest MEDIA — Mrs. Clifford (Marjorie) Barber won a blue ribbon (with an oli painting, "California Driftwood," at a regional art show May 20 at the Warren County Farm Bureau building auditorium in Monmouth. The painting will be entered in a state show this fall at Urbana 0 Members of the Media Community Club approved a $50 donation to the Henderson County ambulance fund during a meeting May 17. Mrs. Les Talbott, Mrs. Glenn Quigley and Mrs. Sheldon Bigger were hostesses. morning worship at the Christian Church. Baccalaureate lor Abingdon High School will be at ithe gym Sunday ait 8 p.m. Weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony IppoHito were Mr. and Mrs. John Oapozzi of Meadville, Pa., Miss Teresa Costa of Italy, John Costa of the ABINGDON Jta's (Suable Store ALEXIS McJCnlght Hardware GALESBURG Black Bros. Hardware 401 E. Mala St. Olson's ISO W. Main St. People* Material 8c Supply 4*4 E. Berrien St. Bj^ton-Kanna Grand GALVA Gamble Store KIRKWOOD Central feed 4c Produce KNOXVILLE Carlson Service LITTLE YORK Goffs Service ROSEVILLE BUdeeU'a Hardware SMITHSHIRE SmltbJbire Oarage WILLIAMSFIELD Weaver** Hatchery fc Hardware MONMOUTH Goldie'* Sale* <c Service Pstton'* Seed it Harware Torley Hardware DISTRIBUTED BY CONRON, INC. DANVILLE, ILLINOIS The Southern Junior High School girls' track team competed in a sectional meet May 19 at Chillicothe. The A team, ., , including Kim Keever, Janet Gradually seniors wall be spears, Shirley Anderson and given recognition during the Debbie Coffey, won third place in the baton relay. Susan Fryrear placed fifth in the baseball throw. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Cavins attended graduation ceremonies May 20 at Bradley University, Peoria, when their niece, Jo- Ellen Iftner of Pittsfield, was graduated. They were accom panied by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bronx, New York, Oarmela Wanders ^ d Mrs - Vern Wood, and Tina Sena of New Jersey Stronghurst. and Joel Vaughn of Memphis, Lynn Browning, who recently Term. was graduated from Sawyer Guests alt the home of Mr. Business College, Davenport, and Mrs. Sam Ippolito re- has been employed at Midwest oentry were Miss Louise In- Manufacturing Co., Burlington, polito and Miss Kathryn Ip- Sherrie Lamb, Jackie Ebert, poAito, both of Chicago, Mr. Lillie Musser and Debbie Tay- and Mrs. Chuck Goe of Pe- lor were hostesses for a recep- oria and Mrs. Jim Brocki of tion May 20 at Media United Presbyterian Church following Southern High School's baccalaureate. Guests of Honor Bryan Heap and John Carlson were guests of honor • at a graduation party May 19 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Heap. Mr. and Mrs. John Carl" son and Mr. and Mrs Everett Heap, Macomb, also attended. Mr. and Mrs. Lester White, LaPrairie, attended eighth grade promotion ceremonies May 18 at Southern Junior High [ School. Their grandson, Tommy Myers, is a member of the class. Following the program, relatives and friends attended a Dallas, Texas List Services General Baptist — James A. Jennings, pastor. Church school ©t 10. Worship at 11. Service at 7 p.m. First Assembly of God — Kenneth File, pastor. Church school ait 9:30. Worship at 10:40. Youth ait 6 p.m. Service at 7 p.m. Guest speaker, Rev. (Lament Lee. Congregational — Kenneth S c h u 11 z, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:45. Sacred Heart Catholic — Joseph C. O'Connor Hunt, pastor. Saturday Mass ait 6 p.m. Sunday Masses alt 8 and 10. United Methodist — Frank Detninger, pastor. Church school ait. 9:30. Worship at 10:45. Guest speaker, Rev. Marvin Wolford. Christian - Donald T. Hogan, pastor. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 10:50. reception at the hsme of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myers. Judy Ebert and Patty Kelley were honored May 18 ait a party at the home of Mrs. William Kelley following eighth grade promotion ceremonies. Mr. and Mrs. Max Ebert and family assisted with the party. James Wireman, Milan, attended eighth grade promotion ceremonies for his niece, Lori Wireman, and was a guest at the home of his brother, William Wireman, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Emond Tina End Patti, Oak Park, were guests May 17-19 at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Ora Redd. State Will T&ke Bids on June 8 For Road Project SPRINGFIELD - The Illinois Department of Transportation will take bids June 8 on resurfacing and widening two miles of 111. 116 from the Knox-Warren county line east to St. Augustine, including a bridge over Cedar Creek. The work is among 151 road improvement and maintenance projects estimated to cost $95 million. Other area projects for which bids will be taken include: — One-fourth of a mile of surface treatment on U.S. 67 (Main Street) in Roseville. — Repairing a bridge and .16 mile of surface course improvements two miles north of Joy in Mercer County. Langhorne Bond, transportation secretary, said the June letting will also include $7.1 million worth of work on the U.S 50 freeway and the Springfield- Jacksonville leg of the Central Illinois Expressway. All proj ects are bridges and overpasses for the two roads. The June letting is the fourth scheduled this year. The next bid letting is scheduled for July 31. Flash Flood In Restaurant Sermon: Who's In First Place? Berean Baptist — Joseph Wilser, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship ait 10:30. Sermon: The Fellowship of the Gospel. Service at 7 p.m. Sermon: Payday — Someday. PITTSBURGH (UPI) —A cook was killed Thursday when a flash flood sent about four feet of water swirling down a hillside through the back of Pat McBride's Restaurant, knocking . the employe down a stairway. Police said Robert T. Kzas- towski, 40, was found in about four feet of water in the basement. Antioch Delays Plan to Reopen Campus Building YELLOW SPRINGS, Ohio (UPI) - Antioch College administrators today tern porarily postponed an attempt to reopen campus buildings shut down since April 20 by a student strike. Marge Freed, director o public information for the college, said today's attemp was postponed because the administrators had to appear in court to testify at a hearing on a request by non-striking students to resume classes. An estimated 300 striking students, along with some faculty members, barricaded (buildings Tuesday and kep college officials from entering them. In reprisal, administrators expelled 20 of the campus 1,000 students, fired seven of 140 teachers, and announced intentions to enter the buildings today. Beatrice Millian, a spokes woman for the striking students, said the strikers were "willing to be arrested and expelled." "We will be non-violent unless attacked by anti-strikers," she said. "More than 300 students have signed a list that they are willing to be expelled in support of our cause." „..„.. . Strikers shut down the school collection Monday because of ApriI 20 by barricading build- the holiday. ings to demo nstrate demands List Services the sc hool guarantee continued United Methodist — Prosper financial aid until needy stu Tournear, pastor. Worship at dents graduate. Administrators 8:15 and 10:45. Sermon: Be- replied it is "fiscally impossi- ing a Regular Guy. Church D le" to guarantee more than school at 9:30. two years of aid. Christian — Clifford Parke, pastor. Worship at 10:30. Ser- * T _ T mon: A Walk in the Gardens tlUUt Investigator of God. Church school at 9:30. j g HOUSTON (UPI) - W.J. Everett, 38, a private investigator who pleaded guilty to drawing the league is sponsoring to help achieve its aim. At left is Mrs. Harold Listen, vide chairman of the league; at right is Jerry Carlton, chairman. (Register-Mail photo by Dale Humphrey.) Pilgrim Congregational— E. D. Lyon, pastor. Worship at 10:45. Sermon: Remember. Church school at 9:*45._ Gilson — Smith Terpening, pastor. Worship at 9. Church school at 10:15 Orange Chapel — Carroll Ochsner, pastor. Worship at 10. Church school at 9. Maxey Chapel — Raymond Bassett, pastor. Worship at 9:30. Church school at 10:30. Grace Lutheran — Lloyd Kittlaus, pastor. Worship at 11. Sermon: Cheerful Stewardship. Church school at 9:30. United Presbyterian — Dr. Stafford Weeks, pastor. Worship at 11. Church school at 9:45. Jehovah's Witnesses—There will be no talk Sunday. Watchtower study at 9:30. Gaieafturg, tin Classified Advertising Dial 3437161 orrice HOURS: Monday through^ ~ Effective March,Ulffil Satufdt; tr Words 2i-a» 28-30 5.ai s.iT 1.80 4.20 1.68 31-38 7.S4 4.6.9 1.82 "03 Blind Ad Charge-BOo . Card 0*, Thank*. In Mamorlant, Lodge Notice*, other Notices, 1 Inch or leu—$2.78. CASH RATE—Applle*. when ad U paid within 8 day* from date of last iniertion. INDEX Card o« TnanM' .1 Building Lota >. -JM Aviation 78A Antiques ...-81 Apartmenta-furnlshtd 3 83 Apartment*-unfurnished 84 Autos-Sport, Foreign .77 Autos—New 78 Autot-Used —-TO Business Service 1 Business opportunity 17 Boats and Motors - 70 Child Care — IIR - JJ} Colna - SUmps- MIKC 81 COUNTRY CORNER— Farm - Miscellaneous 40 Farms and Acreagee-Rent -—41 Farms and Aereagea-Salo --.-42 Pasture for Rent 43 fim implement. - Servic«i~44 Feed • Seed - Fertilisers 45 Poultry and Supplies 48 Livestock and Supplies 47 Auctions.._ 5|» Commercial Property ..— 89 Construction Equipment 78 Employment Wanted 14 ~erases .... -— w ood* Things, to E«t 21 Help Wanted—Male 11 Help Wanted—Female 12 Help Wanted—Male, Female —-13 Household Goods 28 Home improvement 25 Houses for Rent 85 In Memoriam g Instruction J» Insurance - —j" Investment!) J8 Lawn and Garden Needs 34 lost and Found 6 Moving — Storage ------ g Money to Loan—Wanted 19 Musical -—....-- 28 Mobile Homes for Rent 88 Mobile Home Spaces „ 87 Miscellaneous -~~ 30 Mobile Homes for Sale — 66 Motorcycles - Bicycles -.74 New Houses for Sato 82A NoUces - Lodge 3 Notices - Other 4 Notices - Special - Personal 8 Office Space ~W Photography 29 Pets and Supplies — ; S3 Property Management 16 Rooms for Rent 51 Resorts and Cottages — —«1 Room and Board . 52 Real Eatate for Sale 63 Real Estate Wanted ._ 84 Real Estate—Out of Town 65 Sporting Goods —71 Transportation -—-- JJ Trailers - Campers - Equip 72 . u, - - |Tires - Accessories - Parts 73 helping Wiretap the phones Ot | Trucks-Truck Trailers .. r 76 TV - Radio - stereo .— ±1 Wanted to Buy - Misc 35 Wanted to Rent -88 four top aides to billionaire H. L. Hunt was sentenced Thursday to three years probated | sentence. The wiretoapping occurred between November 1969 and January 1970 and was part of a family struggle to gain control of Hunt's oil fortune. Card of Thanks—1 I WANT to thank Dr. R. H. Blck. nurses and aides, neighbors and friends for the many cards I received during my stay at St. Mary's Hospital and Americana Nursing Center. \ Mrs. Marie A. Stokes Notices - Lodge—3 A thought for the day: American poet Ralph Waldo NONPAREIL CHAPTER No. 618 O.E.S. of Illinois V Emerson said: "A friend is a WILL meet Tuesday, May 29th t at friend with whom I may be sincere; before him I may think aloud." READ THE WANT ADS! The Formers National Bank of Knoxville WILL BE CLOSED Monday, May 28th In Observance of MEMORIAL DAY Member of F.D.I.C. the Masonic Temple at 8 p.m. for Advance Night. Guests to fill stations. Social hour to follow the meeting. Shirley Bettisworth, W.M. Clarence Manworren, W.P. Mattel Hallberg. Sec'y. GALESBURG COMMANDERY No. 8 I STATED Conclave Monday. May 28 1 1973. 7:30 p.m. Potluck, 6:30 p.m. Victor E. Faust. Comm. Eric G. Hale, Rec. Notices - Special - Personal—5 AM ACQUIRING ownership of 1965 VW bus, serial no. 285166650. for E ayment of storage fees. F. D. oomls, Monmouth, 111. | LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast with X-ll Diet Plan. $3.00. Reduce Excess Fluids with X-Pel, $3.00. Money Back Guarantee at Osco Drug. I PREGNANT and NEED HELP? Call Birthright 343-4913 I DRINKING PROBLEM? Want to do 1 something about It? Let us .help you help yourself. Phone 342*2179, 24 hours. Confidential. Lost and Found—6 DOG LOST — Brown and tan American Chihuahua. Reward. Call 343-2618. | CAT LOST — Black Persian, northwest end of town. 762 Monroe. 342-6801. Business Service— 7 LOTS OF THEIR LOANS ARE JUST FOR FUN! THEY LOAN LOTS Of MONEY just for the fun of it. . Just for your fun, that is! (What's wrong with that?) Take a loan for a new ear, tor example. Whoever said a car is supposed to be just ^transportation?" (What's wrong with buying one tihtart will give you many hours — as well as many miles — of pure pleasure) Or a loan for a second oar — like a ''fishing" car. Why should dit only have to get you there and back? (Getting there and back is half the fun, you know.) No, here ait Farmers National Bank, they don't believe in taking ai ithe fun out of life. Jlar Cram it, they're all tor it — all tor having iaU ithe fun you can reasonably alfiord. And 'they're here ito help you do it. Here to show you how. (Flawlessly.) Because they like to have a little fun themselves. So much so (halt when they make you a loan tor your pleasure, it's ftheir pleasure, too. Ait "The 'Money Store' Bank." At "The 'Money Store' Bank". Come See Us. '. . . where Customers Are Friends." Ill IIII, The "Monty" Store The Farmers National Bank Member F.D.I.C. Knoxvillt, Illinois INTERIOR DECORATING Reasonable. 289-2076 after 12 noon. HOUSE painting, interior and exterior. Barns and buildings. For free esUmates call 342-3996 any- tjme. CITYWIDE RUBBISH REMOVAL * We furnish metal containers for apts., biuineia offices, stores and factories. 1 cublo yard thru 5? cubic yard sizes, We rent flatbed trucks or containers for one stop spring cleanup, remodeling or Honey Do special projects 1134 Call low bidder Bill, 34224 years of experience. DYKE'S TYPEWRITER clea ' Ave SERVICE, cleaning and repair. 1571 Beecher A — 342-6603. Free pickup. CARPET CLEANING. Dirt is actually extracted, not just surface cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long drying period. Ron's Steamliner, 3424232. • ROOFS NEW and REPAIRS CHIMNEYS—New and Repairs. $30 and up. Free estimates. G. A. SIMPSON—343-0437 Call after 6 P.M. ROOFING and chimney repair. All work guaranteed and insured. 20 years experience. 342-0247. ELLISON'S Refrigeration & Appliance SERVICE — 342-2567 Expert Diagnosis THE CLASSIFIED NUMBER 343-7181 (Continued on Page 23)

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