Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 15, 1973 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Friday, June 15, 1973
Page 8
Start Free Trial

!/? 8 GalasburaRegister-Moil, Gajesburfl/,, 111,... hte®UjiMMA§A97? Charitable Donations at Record Level ore By wm omm United fms International agencies. "Private giving lor the public There are Other Figures ! ot *J rose to a record level of 29,7 billion last year." So bssifls (he iWS edition of "Giving U.S.A./' an animal report eoflipiled by the American Aflsoeiflitoh of Fund- Ralstag Counsel, the most flulhwMatlve source of statis- itjgg en. a^llflflthrotiy in America. cultural institutions and welfare generosity—there has.been vary 'little ehaflge ftw the past 10 years, or even tmt the past SO Of God and Man The report says 1972 giving represented "m iftcraflse of $1.4 billion over* the previous yew" and WAS more than double the .figure for 10 years ago. All of which sounds very good, aitid helps to sustain our dlierisilicd self-image of America es a land of generous givers who dig deep into their pockets to provide lavish support for churches, schools, hospitals, Avon Federated — T, A. Hun paster. Church sdhool at 10 Worship at 11* fiahinda United Methodist Philip Snider, pastor. Worship at 9; 50. Church school at 10:45 United Church of AltOM Stanley Rapp, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:30 Stffinghurst Bethel Lutheran- fleflry F, Ne&lj paster, Church fidheei at 0i48, Worship at 11 Oneida united Methodist Albert Mufphy f pastor, Worship at 0, Sunday school at 10, Avon United Methodist Wayne Nordstrom^ pastor, Church seheei at 10, Worship a KflOxVille Good Samaritan Nursing Home-Sabbath schoo: Saturday at 9;30. Worship it ll a,mV Wednesday, prayer serv< ice at I'M Wataga Faith Lutheran George 3> Ctirrsn, pastor. Worship at 9:30, Sunday school at 10:30, Before wo strain our arms patting out 1 backs, however, Uiere ere other figures, in "Giving U.S.A." which ' W6 should take into account. They show that Americans are giving more to philanthropy not because they've grown more generous, but Simply because they have a lot more money to spread around. During the past 10 years, the Gross National Product—the description economists use of Hie nation's total output of goods and services—has grown from $590.5 billion to $1,151.8 billion. If you consider American giving as a percentage of the Gross National P>oduct-and this really is t h e only realistic yardstick of public years Year in and year out, for as long as' anyone has tried to keep statistics, Americans have contributed to religion and philanthropy about 2 per cent of their Gross National Product. Last year, the actual percent* age was 1.97, which is very close to par in other words, we haven't grown stingier or more genef otis in our private giving. We're just maintaining our accus- 1 tomed level of philanthropy. It is Good News From viewpoint of churches and other institutions which are dependent on volute tary support, it is good news* that giving at least is keeping pace with economic expansion, population growth and inflation, But it is misleading to institutions are id clover because giving ha§. "risen to a mtttd level." The tot is, meet etoehee^and meat privately supported aefoeels, hospitals, Guttural activities a«d welfare agencies-" are efhrenieally strapped for ftieney, lust -as they've always been. Tbey never have tiuite enough to meet their needs or do all the things they ought to be doing, New If we gave 9 mv cent of our Gross National pmduet to unselfish causes, the budgetary problems of dturebea and charities would be dramatically eased. And If we gave 10 per cent—the bltillcfll tithe—these institutions would think the millennium had arrived, But we seem to be stuck at per cent, If that's the best we caw do so be It, fiut we could at leas stop bragging labeut it, Lodge Member* Attend Meeting In Abingdon Mrs. Kathryn Laswell and Newly Organized Knox Comity Day Nursery Clttb Plans Board Meets; Hears Reports Tiittft T imn1i«w»*t Mrs. II. L. Miller, president of the Knox County Day Nur- 1 Aiiiuciit ,uu scry Board( pfggi^ed at the board's meeting Tuesday morning The newly organized Gales* at the nursery, bur* Christian Women's Club Reports were given by Mrs. J. K. Gunther on the United Mrs. Thomas Sepich, members will have its first meeting en Way budget hearing, and by - —- of Rebek4h attended Tuesday, dune ML nt 12:30 Mrs. W, W, Sherwood and Mrs, r*thn1i» l ^SktiffwR p,rh\} luneheen will be serw James Themnsen en recent LittnollC p nmm Lodge BII meet- log in Abingdett Mbhday evening. Mrs, Laswell served as ^purchased ™ Chairs, • — **» nob * « fattd artd m ' * Linda SlmpkiHS, Chris Netf and Karen Sanke, Western Stronghurst United Presbyterian — Dr. John £ Castle Jr„ pastor. Church school at 9:45, Worship at 11. PYF at 6:30 p.m, Stronghnrst Christian — Loren K, Holt, pastor. Worship at 0:30. Church school at 10:30. Service at 7:30 p.m. Victoria Untied Methodist- Raymond Bassett, pastor. Church school at 9. Worship service at 10:15, Maxey Chapel United Methodist — Raymond Bassett, pastor. Church school at 10. Worship at 9. Lynn Center Chapel — David Lawton, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30. Worship at 10:45 a.m. East Galesbnrg Community Chapel — Raymond Marquith, pastor. Sunday school at 10. Warship at 11 a.m. Evening service at 7:30, Wednesday, prayer service at I'M. Strdnghurst United Methodist - Marvin C, snapp, pastor. Church school at 10, worship at ll,- Oaeida Uoiled~ Presbyterian Albert Murphy, pastor, Sunday school at 10, worship at 11. Center PrairitTUnttcd Method- st — Phillip Snider, pastor, Worship at §; 45.. Church school at 9: 50 a.m. ftapate« Union — Smith D. Terperting, pastor, Sun da school at 9:30, Worship at 10:3 I Wataga St. Aloystas—Richard Slavish, pastor. Sunday mass at ,'00 a,m. First Friday mass at 7:00 p.m. Confessions before masses. Religion classes every Sunday at 9:45 for all grades. Alexis St. Theresa — Richard Slavish, pastor. Saturday mass 11 a.tii,. Confession before all masses. Williamsfield United Methodist — Phillip Snider, pastor. Sunday school at 10. Worship at 11 a.m. Ontario Congregational — Roy J. Mcintosh, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:30. Junior youth Saturday at 5:30 p.m. Senior youth every other Sunday at 6 p.m. Altona Bethany Baptist—John Carlson, pastor. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 11. Guest When You Know It's For Keeps INTERLUDE "It's Nyman's For Diamonds 0 ELDORADO i Keo ;p gg <st k: e t^»> l< I Lj I 'J I t l< I 1 1 IJIAMUNU RINGS ' N YAtAN EST. 186 1 JEWELL KS 56 N. PRAIRIE ST. PH. 343-5412 speaker, Jack Henderson. Youth ait 6 p.m. Vacation Bible schoo] program at 7 p.m. Thursday service at 7:30 p.m. Guest speaker, Mike Walters. Henderson Grove Messiah Lu- therafl — Kenneth Rnudsen, pastor. Worship at 9:30. Church school at 10:30. North Henderson Zion Luther an — Kenneth Knudsen, pastor, Church sdhool: at 9:45. Worship at 11. North Henderson United Methodist — Allen Hllding, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:30. Alexis United Methodist — Alien HiMng, pastor. Worship at 9. Church school at 10. Henderson United Methodist — Robert E. McDonald, pastor. Church school at 10. Worship ait 11:15. Sermon: Temptation. Youth at 6:30 p.m. Vacatioa church school June 18-22 at 9 a.m. Berwick Baptist — Mark Kafkas, pastor. Church sdhool at 9:30. Worship at 10:30. Guest speaker, Lee Boergadine. Alpha Baptist — Charles Wil helm, interim pastor, Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:30, Sermon: Dad's Desire. Alpha United Methodist-Don Funk, pastor. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 11. Andover United Methodist — Don Funk, pastor. Worship at 9. Church school at 10. Maquon United Methodist — Carroll Odhsner, pastor. Church school at 10, Worship at U. Administrative board Monday ait 8 p.m. Orange Chapel — Carroll Oohsner, pastor. Church sdhool at 9. Worship at 10. Douglas United Methodist — Carroll Ochsner, pastor. Worship at 9. Church school at 9:45. Monmouth Trinity Episcopal— Thad B. Rudd, vicar. Mass at a.m. Tuesday service at 10 a.m. Greenbush Primitive Baptist — Elder Orvel Prior, pastor. Services fourth Sunday in the month. June services June 24. Worship at 10, Lunch §t noon service atdi80 p,m, Oneida First "United Presby teriati **» James C, Mder, pas tor, Church school at 10, Worship at 11, Greetibush Christian - James Oliver, pastor, Otturdh sdioei at 10. Worship at 11, New WiBdsor^United Presby terlan — Douglas Mankell, pastor. Church school &l 9: la. Worship at 8 and 10:30. New Windsor Calvary Lutheran — Paul E. Holmer, pastor. Worship at Presbyterian. Church at 8 a.m. church sdhool at 9": 15. Worship at 10:30, District meeting at GalVa at 3 p.m. Victoria Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints — High Priest LaVerne Benson, pastor. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 11. Speaker; riest Gary Hendricks. Wataga First Congregational — Gregory A. Ellcey, pastor, Worship at 11. Sermon: Why Ivery Homo Should Have amily Altar. Church Council Wednesday at 7:30 p.m, Rio Presbyterian — William Schiobohm, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Bible school program at 10. Coldbrook Christian — T, R. Akers, pastor. Church school at 10. Worship at 11. Sermon Children's Day. ed in the Holiday Center ef the Galesburg Holiday Inn. Christian women's clubs ef America now number over 1,000 across the North Amen- can continent. Approximately 300,000 women meet monthly to enjoy special features, the best In music, and to be challenged to seek the better things In life. There is no membership or dues, Miss Millie Cooper, national representative. Willi share the story ef how this organization began through Mrs. Helen Duff Baugh, Miss Cooper has traveled extensively in the United States and Canada establishing these interdenditv inational clubs, Formerly she was an executive secretary for the Eondervan Corpora* tion of Grand Rapids, Mich. Featured en the program Illinois University students in Dr. Beverly fowler's elass, have completed their en-the» job traitting at the nursery, The Lincoln Douglas Klwa* nis Club has done spring painting on the nursery, James Thompson en recent redeeeratlen ef the nursery, It was noted that Mrs; Lois society Rows and Mrs, Walter Samp- Cnn*u>nn* The National Catholie Society P ich 89 ]di ^pfrrtto te the of Foresters St. CeciliaS Court Vice grand. 251 met Tuesday evening In the t Allowing the meeting, Mrs. B~»J 0 * „/ n " nu„, .1 Laswell and Mrs. Sep ch Wete sooaJ room of Corpus ChrisU accohl p amed by Mrs> fc uth diufeh for a potluck dinner and ggvard, Miss Helen Fey, Mrs. meeting, Emma Potts and Mrs. MaUd Mrs. Slvira Paith, vice nresL Ryan id Mwtw where Dls- ......., B v.,v ..„ U w,, dent, presidied. She annourteed trict 11 Officers were entertain- A special project involving that a bowling ixutfy for junior' ed, Also attending the meeting the children was the painting members will be June 20 at were Mrs. WUda Ayers, Mrs. of the wooden fence, picnic Northgate Lanes. Maxine Krans, artd Mrs. Jemi!SS e t «!lli- 8 tt" 9 [ H\B 0i ' Tte ^ m was th^aped irt m« Fuller, ects include tests for kinder- memory M4s^ Lihda DeCTanc, Mrs. tiemice McCdrte, dis- Evening prizes were awarded Met president, fillisville, and to Miss Helen Oarr, Mrs. Mabel her officers were welcomed, Wofden and Mrs, Thomas Lee- ^ a gift ef money was pre- gen. sented to Mrs, MeCoHe for one tan \ A™* aHrf* BHtiHfaHfftKiiu ^ eoeiiil eemmittee was ^fijer district projeets., .„ . , . - ^arf Miq ^iLSS^^ The Pairvlew Ledge served "The Natural Lock" S ehairwiiiij Mrs, & refreshments during the social -make-up tips by a cosmetic W K fle " ^ e if ward KBamer, ee^iaifmiafl, and hour, consultant, »iiLfl ifSflf fT^a A l« M«t. Ak§idiig Mrs. Mrs, Raymond Youngren i^^TuSf £f. n« mmm ^< ^lyn Atitiitiitii«A' ^imtoW^JMSt GMtt > Louise m£ Announee ^MAfi JSah» » to Engagement gartert readiness, learning songS, and improvement in large motor skills, it was reported that all state food inspeetions have will be the guest soloist. Mrs. Eleanor oxly will be her ac« eompaHist. Nursery facilities are available for infants through preschoolers at the Covenant church, Dayton aHd Jefferson streets. Luncheon and nursery reser* vatlons are to be made by Friday, June 22, Reservations may be made with Mrs. Donald Tune, or Mrs. E. E. Caves, in Galesburg; Mrs. Ken Schrader, Abingdon; Mrs. Wilbur Roehrs, ih Monmouth. Cancellations may be made by calling the same numbers. All women of the area are invited to attend. ..L„. .„.!iLi „„.^j «J,.il, fwti* Mtagew «Htl MM, Map ici, xtnijf uectii, IU uanica t\. LeinbaCk, SOft Of Mr.' and Mrs. Homemakers; Tom Anderson} , „ ^IftlRfc Ketineth. Gunther; Jeremy Club Ctmmms -tiSOT^fiSjjS Lawrence and Jackie Law^ Mrs, Lula Churehill was host- W bl a S|H^Vf . IJ *y- rencet Mrs, Carol Cole,' Mrs, ess when Mothers of World War S,,%S p l Swl' J ] wi' Wanda Brannon; Mrs, Linda it Unit 61 met Tuesday at'the;SlUSh4tnf^ Munsons Miss Hiider Lind* home of Mrs, Kenneth AndM^ Sob McArthur, Bob son. 241 N, Cedar St, = -Sffli • 5 %^Mk«ii ' •'' Mrs. Oscar Nelson, president, Kfiftf* mm $' lnc presided, The members present- " SI T ^'M*:-U k Mrs. Churchill a gift!, as Announce Daughter's Engagement Mrs. Harlan Jacobson of Rose viJ^e and Donald W. Mills of Monmouth announce the engage ment and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Denise Su zanne, to Stephen Jon Mumma, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Mumma of Merrill, Wis. Miss Mills, a graduate of Roseville High School, Robert Morris Junior College, Carthage, and Illinois State University, Normal, was employed as an instructor of the retarded and learning disabled in Oconto Falls, Wis., this past year. Mr. Mumma, a graduate of Eau Claire Branch, University of Wisconsin, is employed as an instructor of learning impaired in Menasha, Wis. A private family wedding witl be held Saturday, July 14, at the bride-elect's mother's home with a reception to follow at the Roseville Christian Church from 1 to 3 p.m. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the reception. HOSPITAL COMMITTEE The Hospital Committee ofl the Women of the Moose will meet Monday at 6:30 p.m, at Lake Storey, Shelter 1, for a revealing of secret pals party, and a potluck supper. LEIGHTON SUNDRIES CHAMBERS & BERRIEN STS. c> DAD M 1 Plaques 1.19 MEN'S BILLFOLDS *3« and TIE RACKS $ 1.19 MUSTACHE CUPS f STEINS # CUFF LINK SETS COLOGNE SETS $129 and up MUSICAL BROWN JUGS $ 5,49 Parties SOANGETAHA COUNTRY CLUB rothe; Sehaeferi Miss Carol Armstrong j Einar Dahlj Gordon Hirst j' Doh Lohmarj Ed Thomas, Sob Aliens worth; Lloyd Hawkinsen and Pete Creighton, Auxiliary'Meets, Elects Delegates Mrs. Harry Thompson, presi- Beach T-Shirt she is moving to southern Illinois, The charter was draped for Mrs, Blanche Lester, The afternoon was spent sew- ina. ; The July meetiHg date will be announced later. | The couple has selected Oct. 14 as their wedding date. B Advent fitlitidn Church Vacation ible School Soangetaha Social Bridge Club ^ + ? nd f^ ^LSS^ 11 \ ts ^ & ankle4ength cotton I June 18 thruJllllt 12 et. Tuesday aftern^^ thru the «th Grade 9 A.M. fell 230 A,M, Everyone Welcome fiv ^rr""' AIVCL " YNJ " AI uie the Veterans of Foreign Wars or a sea blue is just right for wi ^^lu « « . 2257 met Monday evening at a beach cover4ip. Add Some PTnSf. 1 « W A ? ??• the Eagles dubroom, as guests ^beads and baubles and the dress fJn^T\S *e Post for installation of — ^ Zahora, and third, Mrs, Bertha Crozier. omicers. Delegates were elected to the department convention June 2124 at O'Hare Inn, Chicago. Mrs LAKE BRACKEN COUNTRY CLUB William Murtland and Mrs. Mil- Lake Bracken Couples Bridge Jle Jotason ^ delegates, and| Club met Monday evening at Mrs 0Uve md ms , the clubhouse. Marguerite Holtoway, alter- Women's high score was won nSi ^ by M /\H, W - £touffer and M rs. Thompson and Mrs. Ndl second by Mrs. Henry Miles ^ were elected delegates to Hieme Johnson won men's high th nmml oonVe nUon in score and Harry Aldus, second. ^ UBUS t r^lTSl* X™^' f" d u Mr f' A poppy display was shown Dwight Gaff. Next week's hoste flj fourth place in cate- wffl be Mr. and Mrs. Hugh gory ^ 0 at ^ ^ ghth distriot JNlxon ' convention at Canton May 20. At the convention, Mrs. Murt- LAKE BRACKEN land was elected colorbearer COUNTRY CLUB for the eighth district. Lake Bracken Women's Mrs. Thompson presented a Bridge Club met Thursday 40-year pin and a 20-yeiar con-1 afternoon at the clubhouse. High score was won by Mrs. Harry Aldus; second, Mrs. Fred Clark; third, Mrs. George Bowman. Grand slams were made by Mrs. Harold Willsie and Mrs. Clark. A luncheon will be held next seeuitive pin to Mrs. Glenn Tonkin. Mrs. Bernard Johnson also received a 20-year consecutive pin, as.will Mrs. Nora Allen. The members of the auxiliary will participate in Flag Day ceremonies Thursday at the Elks Lodge in the evening. %, lm ^„ „, « on i..,-" Mrs. Edna Martin, Boulder, Thursday at 12:30 p .m. at the c »lo was a cuest clubhouse. Hostesses will be FollSg W" Mrs. Aldus and Mrs, Herbert Erickson. Hostess for the day was Mrs. Ralph Stone. Couple Selects Wedding Date Miss Portia Davidson and meeting, a social hour was held. Serves at Reception Mrs. Daniel MUler was among those serving at the reception following the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley C. Downing Jr., on Saturday. Vows were exchanged at Thomas Brock, whose engage- Corpus Chnsti Church by the ment was announced in April, i^'J^J ^JS^^ win be married June 30 at the ^^^I SIT K^ I First United Presbyterian «* Mrs- »JJ5 Church in Knoxville. Vows will f» ^t^Mni ? 2d be pledged at 3 p.m. S lde| SSLv^ tartitfof Friends and relatives are in- Mrs. Bradley C. Downing of vited to the ceremony and to Dowr^w Grove. the reception to follow at the church. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton E. Davidson of Knoxville, and her fiance, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ga\e W. Brock, Knoxville. RESCUE MISSION 266 E. SOUTH ST. Phont 343-8844 Eggs t Onions liread • Coffee Meats t Canned Food Toilet Tissues Soaps e Razor Blades The Bible course that heals. The Bible Is filled with account* of spiritual healing. Health restored. Uvea regenerated, need* supplied. That spiritual power le still active today. The Bible Lessons In the Christian 8clence Quarterl/, which Include citations from "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, can help you find this healing truth. You can buy your own copy of the Quarterly, or study the Bible Lesson in our free publio Reading Room. 50 S. Prairie St. SPORTSWEAR WALL OF VALUES y 3 to y 5 OFF YES! Entire Wall of Summer Sportswear For You to Choose From. Tops of all Types, Swim wear. Slacks, Skirts and Many More Great Savings, i J

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free