am Gibson Jesoo Vancll WILLI AMSFIELD - Five members of the Williamsfield High School a «8 of 1973 were honc^ durtog commence- .nMfw:< ttx&ctAatxi , here test IhMty. MtM Cethleen Carlson, daughter ol Mr, and Mrs. Roy MitcbeU Bmam, son of Mr* and Mrav Richard Btfftnan, ieldHigh Class Members Honored Carlson, was class valedictorian, end Miss Denise Smith, daughter of Mir. and Mrs. Gene Smith, was salutatorian. Recipients ol Good Citizen- srap Awrai,presenwa oyeng Williamsfield American Le* ter of Mr. and Mrs. WlUard Gibson. Jesse Vancil was named -recipient of the Sons of the. American Revolution award; The son of Rev. and Mrs. James Vancll, Columbia, glon Post and Auxiliary, ware South America, he has* been and Mias Pam Gibson, daugh- living here with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tusek. Dr. F. William Kelley, dean of instruction at Carl Sand' burg College, Galesburg, wad commencement speaker, Diplomas were presented by Roy Ositrom, president of the Wll* liamsfield School District 210 Board of Education. Other members of the Class of 1073 were: Debra Brlcker, Oretchcn Brown, Sandra , Crum, Karoi nicklntf«r, Mark Oerman, Kim Goodwin, Melody Or«en. David Mart. Hlchard "Hunt, Roderick Two Will Represent Post at 'State' WILLIAMSFIELD - Dennis Wight and Steven Weast will, represent Wiiliaimsfield American Legion Post 371 at Boys State later this month in Springfield. ' Wight, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wight, is a junior ait Williamsfield High School. He is interested in communications. Weast, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weast, Dahinda, is also a Wiidliainsfield High School junior. He hopes to become a mechanic. Mrs. Russell Farquer and Mrs. Donald Coe, members of the WMliamsfield Home Culture Club, received Century Awards at Epsilon Sigma Omicron Sorority's state federation convention earlier this month in Chicago. Because they were unable to at- Dennis Wight tend the presentation session, the awards were presented June 2 at a 15th District board meeting in Galesburg. The award is given to mem- NORTHLAND ADVENTURE A GREAT CRUISE TOUR INTO CANADA'S WILDERNESS Join one of these 9 day cruise-tours from GALESBURG Departures: July 14, Aug. 11, Sept. 8 Travel via Continental Trailways Tours SILVER EAGLE coach to Winnipeg, Kenora, Duluth. Cruise 5 days on Lake Winnipeg in luxury and comfort aboard MS LORD SELKIRK. Tour includes motorcoach, hotels, boat fare, meals on boat. fares per person $315 to $415.00 for complete details CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS 390 South Kellogg Galesburg, 111. • 342-6715 Steven Weast bers who have read and reported on 100 or more books. Mrs. Farquer read and reported on 169 books, and Mrs. Coe completed her 100th book just in time to qualify for the award, presented to members of the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs. A Poppy Day sale here raised a total of $64.30. Mrs. Harold Malhar, project chairman for *he Wiltiamsfieldi American Legion Post Auxiliary, was assisted by 13 girls in selling the poppies. Baccalaureate services for members of Williamsfield High School's Class of 1973 were held May 27 at Williams- fiieild United Methodist Church. Rev. Phillip Snider gave the sermon, "Truth, Its Measure." Denise Smith gave the invocation and Rick Josephsoni For DAD On HIS DAY 10 WCAft If 10U LOVC mwinmrnu/mw* Dress Knits by Arrow This is the with-it shirt, whatever you're up to. Feels just as good in the office or on the town or roaming the countryside. Soft and feather weightless. With a flattering-drape and soothing stretch comfort. The collar is longer than most. And the geometric patterns most fascinating. 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