Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 9, 1973 · Page 7
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, June 9, 1973
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Church Calvary Assembly of God — Kellogg and Grove. C. R. De* Prcnger, pastor, Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:40. Sermon: Behold All Things Are New. Youth at 6 p.m. Gucs speaker, Jim Hall. Service at 7 p.m. Speaker, the Rev. Mr. Hall. Trinity "Lutheran — Kellogg and Ferris. Constant R. John son, pastor. Church school at 10. Worship at 9 and 11. Ser mon: Fire, in the Church. Vaca tion church school June 11*22 at 9 a.m. Central Congregational — Public Square. W. Robert Mur ray, pastor. Church school at 9:15. Worship at 10:30. Broad cast over WAIK at 9:35. First Christian — Broad and North. Ralph Eugene Bennett, pastor. Church school at 9. Worship at 10:15. Sermon: The Energy Crisis; Time for Action. Bethel Baptist - 1196 N. Academy. Robert K. C. Paulson, pastor. Broadcast over WAIK at 8:05. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:45. Sermon: The Division I Seek. Va­ cation church school Monday through Friday at 6:45 p.m. Broadcast over WAIK daily at 1:05 p.m. First United Presbyterian — Prairie and Ferris. Kermit W. 'Petersen, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 8 and 9:30. Sermon: One More Step. Full Gospel Pentecostal Mission - 719 W* Knox. Bursle Wil- linms, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 11. Tuesday and Thursday service at 7:30 p.m. Advent Christian - 1673 N. Seminary. Charles Rutan, pastor. Church school at 9:45. Wqr- ship at 11. Service at 7 p.m. Wednesday service at 7 p.m. Govcriiittent- (Contlnued From Page 6) WORST SEAT IN THE HOUSE It's no fun to br> confined by a serious accident or illness. But it it comforting to know that an JEtna Life Major Medical Expense Plan can help free you from the* worry of large medical 1 bills. Get the facts from us. LAWRENCE D. JOHNSON INSURANCE Main & Cherry Sts. Phone 342-4181 I ltepruenilng the Aetna _ Casualty snd Surety Company! of Hartford, Conn. | 4TIU CASUALTY WW S0KTV COMMN? NMTTOM), CONNECTICUT Covenant — Jefferson at Dayton. G. Harold Ahlberg, pastor. | Church school at 9. Worship at 10. Sermon: Tiger's Last Stand. Church family picnic at Lake Storey Lions shelter at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday service at 7 p.m. Jehovah's Witnesses — 1390 Jefferson. Public talk by J. Stoker of Pekin at 9:30. Topic. Gcd's Way Is Love. Watchtower study at 10:30. Topic: Baptizing Follows Discipling. Study Tuesday at 8 p.m. Thursday, school at 7:30 p.m.; service at |8:30 p.m. First United Methodist Kellogg and Ferris. Robert S White, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 9:30 and 11. Sermon: One Lord and One Faith. Dinner honoring Rev. and Mrs. Michael Hurt at 6 p.m. Church School Set by Baptists Vacation church school for persons of all ages will be held at Bethel Baptist Church, Fremont and Academy streets, June 11-15. Classes will be held from 6:45 - 9 p.m. The Harold Beatty family, missionaries on furlough from Peru, will be featured during the school. They will return to Peru later this month, where he is director of aviation for Wycliffe Translators. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Beatty, Oneida. Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Smith are directors of the school. Rev. Robert K. C. Paulson is pastor of the church. When the persecution began in mid^072, there were about 1S,M Witnesses fa Malawi, which is about the ftize of Now York State and has a total population of 4,600,000. Fired from their jobs, driven from their homes, terrified by random murders, beatings and rapings, thousands of the Malawi Witnesses have fled to neighboring Mozambique, where they are now huddled in il2 refugee camps. They ere getting food, clothing and medical supplies from Wit [nessea in the United States, as wcM as from Interdenominational and international relief groups. * The World Governing Body of the Jehovah's Witness organization, which has its headquarters in Brooklyn, N.Y., has appealed to Dr. Banda, through the Malawi delegation to the United Natoins, to halt the persecution of his "fellow Chrisians.'* "Jehovah's Witnesses take the same position as early Christians," they told the [Presbyterian elder. "They are I not working against the government of Malawi or against the Congress Party. They decline to | participate in politic ail. matters or to purchase political party cards, even. thioiujlh it has brought great suffering upon them, because to tham it is a matter of Bible-based belief and conscience." Those who believe Christians have a duty to work actively through political processes to (•achieve a better society may [differ profoundly with the way Jehovah's Witnesses read the Bible. But as the liberal Protestant magazine Christian (Century said recently: "Their stubborn refusal to compromise their beliefs in the face of persecution and violence IshouHd elicit from all of us at least some degree of admiration ... They are one of the few groups still witnessing to the Christian view that one must obey God before man." Teafmtefft Auxiliary Review* By*Laws Mrs. Earl Hamlin presided at the business luncheon held by the Teamster* Auxiliary at the Huddle Inn on Monday, it was reported that notes of approbation had been received from the Knoxville Nursing Home and the Avon Nursing Home for the park benches which arc |now toeing used by patients and visitors. The remainder of the meet* ilng was flpent in reviewing the by-daiws. Silver Rims Club Meet in Abingdon Plans were discussed for a Sportsman's Motorcycle Race July 8 at the Knoxville Fair (grounds, at the meeting Wednes day evening of the Silver Rims (Motorcycle Club at the home of jMr. and Mrs. Bob Donley, Abingdon. Charlie Prather, president, conducted the meeting. It was decided the club would furnish the meat and beverages for the Motorcycle Fun Day June 24 near Abingdon. Several members of the club [will travel to Louisville, Ky., this weekend to see a national champion dirt track race. Refreshments were served by |Mr. and Mrs. Donley and Larry Hfgbee. HARRINGTON HOME The Board of Management of the Louise T. Harrington Home will meet Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. at the home. SENIOR CITIZENS The Senior Citizens will hold a potluck supper Monday at 6 p.m. For entertainment, three registered nurses will give a program on hospital progressive care plan. Wednesday at 6 p.m. there will be a potluck supper, Orlo Moore will conduct mixed dancing. Thursday at 7 p.m. a pitch party will be held, prizes awarded and finger foods served. All meetings are in the YMCA clubroom. Three Attend Meeting in Boston Mrs. Opal Ivie, Mrs. Mary Marc Engeler, former bank golesbura Register»Mail, Galesburg, Ml. Saturday, J una 9, 19?3# NOTICE Bowman Shoe Store in downtown Galesburg will be closed all day Monday and Tuesday next week to prepare for the largest sale event In their history. Watch Tuesday's paper for complete details. Sale starts 7 A.M. Wednesday Chalstran and Mrs. Gertrude Hatfield, all of Galesburg, attended the annual meeting of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, at Boston, Mass., earlier this week. The annual meeting was the first to be held after the occupancy of the new Christian Science Center by the headquarters of the denomination. David E. Sleeper, new chairman of the Christian Science board of directors, was one of the speakers at the conclave, which had as its theme, "Every Church Activity a Healing Activity." executive in. Geneva, Switzer land, was named treasurer o; the church, and Albert B Chrichlow of Trinidad, W.I., was named to the board lectureship. Passion Play The first 1973 presentation of the Zion Passion Play will be in the outdoor amphitheatre at Zion July 6 at 8 p.m. The production will be repeated each Friday and Saturday during July and August. Baste, Taste Club Contributes To Red Cross The concluding meeting of the Baste and Taste 4-H Club was held recently at the home of Mary Gray, 494 N. Academy. One dozen cookies from each girl was given to the leader to be given to the Red Cross. Talks were given by Mary Gray on "Crocheting;" Laura Lockhart on "Casing and Head ingf" Echo Rilea gave a talk on "Music" and a demonstration on "Cornbread;" Beverly Westergren gave a demonstra- ion on "Laying out a Pattern." Refreshments were served by the hostess. Leaders of the club are Mrs. Herb Squire and Mrs. Richard Westergren. Melodies are produced by notes in succession, harmonies I by notes in combination. Sincerity Lodge Convenes Sincerity Lodge met Wednes [day evening at the Eagles Club where Mrs. Ruth Van Unick, president, conducted the meeting. A memorial service was con [ducted for Mrs. Alice McBride Mrs. Marian Griggs, Mrs Blanche Lester and Mrs. Irene Baggett. It was decided not to hold meeting in July. Refresh iments were served by Mrs. Jack Chivers and Mrs. Wilbur Johnson. Games were played after the meeting and prizes won by Mrs. Bill White, Mrs. Wilbur Johnson and Mrs. Eva Owens. WE'VE GOT THE GOOD ONES Remember you rold favorites? Well, we've got them. ENJOY: Candid Camera (ch. 32 Mon.-Fri.) The Real McCoys ( ch. 44 Mon.-Fri.) The Honeymooners (ch. 32 Men.-Sat.) PLUS: Bexlna " from the Olympic and Forum (ch. 44 Wed. & Frl.) CALL 342-2161 TODAY for o FREE INSTALLATION AND TWO MONTHS OF SERVICE FOR THE PRICE OF ONE (Offer Valid Only to Wired Areai) Galesburg Coble TV 561 North Hendenon Tender Chicken Tenderness of chicken is de termined by age of the bird. Younger chickens and turkeys are (more .tender and therefore best for roasting, frying, broiling, or barbecueing. Mature birds, because they are less tender, are preferred for stewing, baking, soups or salads. card NEWCOMERS ALUMNAE Newcomers Alumnae met [Thursday at Holiday ton for a bridge luncheon with Mrs. Ralph Voorhes, Mrs. Ivan Bamberger and Mrs. Sara Bruck as guests. Prizes -were won by Mrs. John De Sollar, first; Mrs. Nelson K. Sutter, second, and Mrs. L. K. Bopp, ifchlrd. Mrs. Phil Wilson and Mrs. Maxine Martin were hostesses. LAKE BRACKEN Flowers formed the centerpiece on the tables at the Lake Bracken Country Club Thursday |guest day luncheon at the club. Hostesses were Mrs. Lawrence Nelson, chairman, Mrs. Russell Watson, Mrs. H .T. Willsie and [Mrs. Robert Anderson. Guests receiving prizes were Mrs. Joe Shrader, first; Mrs. W. Zimmer, second, and Mrs. [Helen McMillan, third. Prizes were won by Mrs. Lester Martin, first; Mrs. L. E. Jacobi, second, and Mrs. Wat;on, third. Grand slams were tallied by Mrs. Jacobi and Mrs. Martin. Hostesses for next week's play are Mrs. Frank Shank and Mrs. Ralph Stone. SOANGETAHA COUNTRY CLUB Soangetaha V/omen's Duplicate Bridge Club met Tuesday afternoon at the clubhouse. North - South winners were first, Mrs. E. J. Dosing and Mrs. John Mellican; second, Mrs. Joe West and Mrs. Dale Gunther; third, fourth and fifth ties, Mrs. Roderick Howell, Mrs. Fred Hambrecht; Mrs. Myron Soupene, Mrs. Wallace Baird; and Mrs. Kenneth Peel, Mrs. John Zahora. East-West winners were first, Mrs. Robert Reed, Mrs. Arvid Schoning; second, Mrs. Bruce Rowe, Mrs. Tom West; third, Mrs. Russell Meyer, Mrs. Duane Willander; fourth, Mrs. Chan West, Mrs. Harold Rogers; and fifth, Mrs. Paul Nelson, Mrs. G. W. Henderson. Members are reminded to bring someone other than their regular partner at the next bridge meeting. Deputy Given Grand Honors Mrs. Lois Colliftson, deputy, from Victoria was escorted and given the lodge grand honors at the meeting Thursday evening of Woodbine Camp in the lOOF Hall. Mrs. Thomas Sepich, oracle, presided assisted by Mrs. Wallace Mundy, Mrs. Eva Owens and Mrs. Sadie Quarterman. The charter was draped by Mrs. Jemima Fuller assisted by Mrs. Kathryn Lasweli and Mrs. Rose Winn for Mrs. Richard Burton. Mrs. Collinson told of her trip •to Washington, D.C. after whichi refreshments were served by Conducts Meeting When Vesta Hebekah Lodge met Wednesday evening at the [Odd Fellows Hall, Mrs. Alice Penick, noble grand, presided. It was announced that members of the local lodge were invited to the Fairview Lodge Monday, when District 11 officers will be entertained. Kirkwood Lodge will entertain officers June 19. June 20 the local lodge will conduct a memorial for all branches of the order and also to entertain past noble [grands. Saturday the Northern Asso- c'ation will meet at Galena. Mrs. Evelyn Woolums and Mrs. Neva Scarles. Bixby«25immef Co. Sponsors Art Show The current exhibit at tHe Civic Art Center, tamimmtm of Phyllis Stringer is being Bpo$ sored by the Bixby«2lmmef,fn gineering Company of burg. Attend Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilson of Galesburg were among those attending the commencement exercises at Aurora College, Aurora, where their nephew, Richard Britten, was graduated. READ THE WANT ADS! Sewer Gives Fashion Tips Mrs. Harley Olson gave talk on "New Techniques of " wing," when the Knox County Home Economists in Homemaking met recently in the home of Mrs. Ray Kreig of near Galesburg. Mrs. Olson discussed the new fashion ideas for fall. She said that popular colors would be hunter green, orange and rust Wide4egged pants called "stree pajamas" will be popular' as well as shirt dresses, shirt jackets, blazers, heavy shawls and litems with wide (trim, she concluded. Mrs. William Simpson, chair man, conducted the business meeting. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Kreig, Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. David McDonald, Mrs. Eugene Ginther, Mrs. Catherine Edmis ton, and Mrs. Ned Brown. ORGANIC GARDENING The Organic Gardening Club will meet for a tour of the Good Samaritan Retreat Monday at 7 p.m. There will be an open discussion of the good methods |of organic gardening, and nutrition. Everyone is welcome. The Retreat is located ithe first corner north of the Lake Bracken Country Club, then east. There a large sign on the south side of the road. Shorts and halters are the active sportswear ensemble for summer. Check out the Hawai ian shirts tied at midriff or cot ton T-shirts landscaped with Ipalm trees. STEIN'S For Mother's Birrhstone Clip Back EARRINGS $C50 Including FROM Q All Storm Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JIWIIRY DEPT. mmt 349 E. MAIN ST. - Downtown Galesburg jm I I 5 5 HOUR SUND SPECIALS 12 Noon to 5 P.M. Sunday Only Save Now on This Great Selection of Top Quality Furniture. Only a Sampling Listed. Get More Than Your Money's Worth Now! *109 ,s For $169.95 3 MEDIT TABLES Cocktail, Square, Hexagon. $59.50 COMFORTABLE FIRM . _ _ „ MATTRESS or BOX SPRING * 3 8 10-Yr. Guarantee $169.95 5-Pc. Maple Dining Room $QQ95 Formica Table Top, 4 Mates Chairs. ^ ^ *188°° .. *49 95 Formica Table Top, 3-Pc. Corner Group 2 Sofas—Sleeps 2. Quilt- $^*|Q95 ed. Was $300. Xl7 5 Pc. Dinette By Queen City. $KA 9 * Was $99.95. W*t Herculon Sleeper Casters. Was $259.95 Card Table Set Cushioned Seats. Was $79.95. __Man Sized Recliner Heavy Vinyl. Was $129.95. 1 Group of Chairs 8 Discontinued Styles. Were $100.00-$150.00 . 7-Pc. Dinette Tall Back Chairs. Was $179.95. Fireplace Beautiful Stone Front. Was $279.95 Srratolounger Rocker Reel. Heavy Vinyl. $100 95 Was $189.95 — Early American Sofa Herculon Cover. $4 )10 95 Was $289.95. JLYw Crib Maple or White. $OQ95 Was $69.95. Roll Top Desk Maple Finish Colonial. $1 ^A95 Was $169.95. I I W $ 94' 5 $ 219 95 Crib Mattress Waterproof Covering. Was $14.95. _ — Pine Hutch Colonial Style. Was $219.95. _. Traditional Sofa Nylon Prinf. $100 95 Was $319,95. I W * Mediterranean Bedroom T. Dresser Chest & Bed. $<)7Q95 Was $369.95 JLiW Velvet Pop-Up Recliner Traditional Style. $170 95 Was $279.95 I / W Kroehler Velvet Love Seat Recessed Caster Base. $1 T>| 95 Was $229.95 I / *t 4 Drawer Chest Lots of Extra Storage. $^Q95 Was $59.95. Medir. 3 Pc. Bedroom Trip. Dr. 5 Dr. Chest & AA95 Bed. Was $319.95 Iww Kroehler Sofa Velvet Cover. $O ^0 95 Was $289.95 A&W Deluxe Mattress or Spring Full or Twin. 20-Yr. $^A95 Was $99.95 07 36" Metal Wardrobe Plenty of Storage. $*i A95 Was $49.95. OH Hollywood Bed Twin Size, w/Headboard. $^LT95 Was $119.95. 10% OFF ALL LAMPS EVEN THOSE ON SALE IF YOU MENTION THIS AD 10% OFF ANY 1 TABLES PURCHASED EVEN THOSE ON SALE Sunday Only! FEATURED PRICES ARE WAREHOUSE-WAY Easy Credit Terms Always Available Come Early For Best Selection Other Items Also At Money Saving Prices DOYLE FURNITUR 1320 N. HENDERSON ST. GALESBURG

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