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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 19

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 30, 1973
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Attends Conference Lawrence D. Lundholm of Galesburg, Prairie Council of the . Boy Scouts of America scout executive, was among 3,000 adult scouting leaders who attended the 63rd annual meeting of the Boy Scouts of America at Minneapolis May 23-25. the _ annual meeting is a convention of adult volunteer and professional scout leaders from all SO states and several foreign countries. New national officers were elected, and the organization's commitment to involve a representative cross' section of one of every three American youths in scouting by 1976 was reviewed. Present scout membership is nearly six million. Valley High School Seniors To Be Graduated Thursday FAIRVIBW-Commencement exercises for Valley High School's Class of 1973 wilt be held here Thursday at 8 p .m. Robert Pumfrey, president of Valley School District 4's Board of Education, will award diplomas. Rev. Smith Terpening will give the invocation and benediction. Baccalaureate services were May 27, with Rev. Gordon Peabody giving the invocation and benediction. Rev. Carroll Ochsner gave the message and read a selection from the scriptures. Members of the class are: . Lu Ann Archfltle, John Gen* Linda Sue WaJkins. Victoria Jean Beoletto, Penftlope Jean Brashear, White, Linda Rae Wolford, Robert Kachel L«on«. Burklett. i^fiitricia " den, John Donovan Courson7 Rebecca Maxlne Cox, Vicki Elaine Cremer, Danny Ray Donaldson, Dennis X. Donaldson, Roberta Jean Doubet, Debora Dowell, Michael Ehena, Mary Edith Erlckson, Brian Andrew Glaser, Donna Jean Goodins*, Stephen Lee Halsey, Connie Lea Hamm, Jeannie D. Harr, Cynthia Sue Herbert, Randy Scot Hulet, Jessie William Raymond Johnson, Cynthia Sue Knickerbocker and Frank Joseph Landon. Dirk A. Lefler, Brenda Sue Le- Gate, Sally L. Link, Evelyn McBride. Steven R. Mccormick, Brenda Sue McCracken, Marjorie J. Meyer, Angela Rose O'Brien, Dean E. Overcash, William Ottes Pruett, Anita Kathleen Reeder, Jack Roberts, Daniel Ray Root, Jane Marie Roselle, Kathy Jo Shenaut, Barbara Faye Steveson, Herman George Stier, Rodney James Stubbs, Jeffrey K. Stuckel, Radine Ellen Stucky* Monty Howard Thompson, Louise Kathryn Urbane, Randy M. Way, Sherman E. Wagner Jr., Susan CattTon, Nancy Jean Chll- Dean Weber. Rodney Williams and Rebecca S. Woodall. Toulon Commencement Set Friday Night in Gymnasium _ proved donations to the Girls State, Boys State and American Field Service programs. Hugh Cree, William Schmidt, Merlyn Duncan and Harold Mortimer were appointed to a truck inspection team. James Durbin and Wayne Winans served refreshments; David Catton and Don HaiTington were named to the refreshment committee for the June meeting. TOULON — Commencement exercises for T o u 1 o n-LaFayette High School's Class of 1973 will be held Friday at 8 p.m. in the high school gymnasium. Baccalaureate services were held in the gym May 27. Rev. Eugene Anderson, pastor of Toulon Baptist Church, was speaker. Members of the Class of 1973 include: John Allen, Randall Allen, Brenda Allison, Leslea Carroll, Chris Cinnamon, John Allen Crow Jr„ Barb, ara Curry, Dennis Daum, Duane Daum, Debra Fell, Debra FraU, George Geisenhagen, Bruce Grimm, Terry Hargadine. Michael Henneberry, Joyce Hockett, Lynn Huber, Deborah Hunt, Donald imes, Mary Ingels, Bussell Jackson, Robert Kamerer, Linda Kenney, Alan Kiierman, Susan Lewandowski, Michael Macy, Crystal Mock, Daniel Montooth, Wayne Mowers and Joseph McKenzie. Becky McNeal, Jeffrey Odom, Jon Olmsted, Christine Omanson, Phillip Orwlg, James Pearson, Madelyn Price, Christine Pyell, Kimberly Reed Calvin Schroeder, Donald Sherbyn, Gerald Stapel, Robin Streeci, Kevin Talbert, Roger Thorne, Daryl Wagenbach, Danny Wagher, Paul Wagner, Larry Wesson, Gerald Wheaton, Robert Wilkinson, Michael Williams, Patricia Williams, Kathi Wyant, Joseph Zaehrlnger and Deborah Zelgler. Toulon Volunteer Fire Department's annual white elephant sale will be held June 23 at Civic Club Park. Members of the department are currently collecting items for the sale. During a meeting earlier this month, firefighters ap- Program for Tots Subject at Alpha ALPHA — Mrs. Lloyd Epperson presided when members of Faith Circle at Alpha United Methodist Church met May 24. Members discussed the "Time for Tots" program, and Mrs. Robert Lambert presented a program, "Women Together in Northern Ireland." Mrs. Florence Cole and Mrs. Douglas PJunkett were hostesses. Mrs. Leland Paul was program leader on the same topic When Hope Circle members met. Mrs. Eugene Clarke, chairman, announced there will be no meetings until September. Hostesses were Miss Kathryn Hughes and Mrs. John Whimsy. READ THE WANT ADS! Clarence Johnson reported on repairs made to the Historical Home in Toulon when members of the Stark County Historical Society met here May 21. Work included a new kitchen ceiling and new ceil- lings and wallpaper for the reading and dining rooms. The house will be open Sundays from 1-5 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Parker will be hosts June 3. The house will also be open on Old Settlers Day and Sept. 16 during the Fall Festival, it was announced/. Corliss (Jock) Ingels spoke to the group about vanishing prairie grasses and wildflowers, and J. Dale White volunteered to assist Ingels in his efforts to preserve them. The society will operate a booth next month during Wyoming's Spoon River Days, it was announced. Filmstrip Shown To B 'nai B 'rith "Heritage Recovered," a filmstrip of Galesburg scenes and residents during the Civil War, was shown when B'nai B'rith met last Thursday night. Martin Litvin, author of '"Black Angel," reviewed the career of Judge August Bond! Tiie speaker was introduced by David McBride, Lincoln Middle School principal, who reviewed the work and purpose of me Mother Bickerdyke Historical Society. The Singing Streaks, directed by Roland Hegg, sang several numbers accompanied by Miss Polly Purcell. Oren Meyer was program chairman. The gestation period for an elephant is 641 days. (lolesburg ReaisterMail, Gal#$buffl # III, Widnisdoy, May .30, 1973 t9 O.f. Johnnn Co., Ocr/tsJburo/a Oreofeti $tm $lnf 1$62l SHOP O.T.'s 10 TO 9 MONDAY & FRIDAY. OTHER DAYS 10 to 5. Extraordinary Values June's Best Buys Famous Maker Polyester Double Knit ion orainateS 90 issss; •I to in JUNE'S BEST BUY mm • •»»«««• SPIRITED TOPS < PANTS • VESTS BLOUSES I SKIRTS vast and Sizes will go Great Values .. . Great Looks in this assortment in short and long sleeved Tops, patterned Vests, in assorted neck styles. There's solid and patterned Pants too. to 18 but Hurry these June Best Buys fast. lit Ml It! mmm fill 5 m m \1 SPORTSWEAR — O.T .'s BURG Bikinis and Briefs Both Bikinis and Brief styles in fancy lace trims or tailored. A terrific selection of pastels and white too. Sizes 5 to 7. 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