AA -Aalesbura Raol>tar-Mo).l f Golesbur'd, III. Wednesday, June 27,1973 Williams! ield Group Hears About Family - Built Home i...... WuXtAMSFIELD-A Groveland ; man told members of the Spoon' Rivier Chapter, Daugh- fcer-s' 'of' the American Revolution; 1 Ihe history of his land and the house his father built in the 1940s ><<yMn chapter members held,ithieir June meeting at the Harlan, Besster home. I Bessler related that members . of hns family out their own timber, ; milled it on their own sawmill and vemtually built the 6-room^house. THho frame and doopiftnd window trim is oak; floors were laid in a herringbone fashion, and the woodwork has a satiny finish — done by Bessler's mother, who scraped it with a broken win- ;vdow«pa*ie. :;:<A:iififiplace in tha Jiving room with walnut bricks, from walnut tree jJT . explained. I ••^bflfflPfer members wall ring .beta in Wlliamsfleld I Oft tfttfy 4 at 1 p.m. in observ- £ artee 4 of Gov. Daniel Walker's 5 ^Bellls for Independence Day" : : . procuration. Williamsfieild Boy Scouts will hold a fatter-son catnpout July 26 at Waggoner's campground. 5i ^A,!^eycle safety day June 23 r ; at WM'atnsfield' Grade School ^attracted 17 participants, who gwene given a written test, had WBUamsMd Lions Club will hold a chicken barbecue at Wil- Jllamsfield High School July 1 from 1-6 p.m. Rata date is July 18. Proceeds will go to Ldons programs for the blind. Wtlliamsfield wild host a Bloodmobifle visit at the American Legion Hall July 10 from noon-^ p.m. Mike Nordstrom, vocational agriculture instructor at Wat- llaimsfield High School, has resigned to become assistant vocational director for the Roanoke-Benson School, District. 'Nordstrom plans to move to Roanoke when housing is avail able. John Nodeen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Nodeen, represented Faith Lutheran Church, Wataga, as a delegate to the Lutheran Church of America I1U-, nois Senate meeting during the! June 23 weekend at Northern Illinois University, Do Kalb. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Hodges drove to Havre De Gracer Md., for a 3-day visit last week with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Steven Johnson. Attend Convention Margie Gibson is a delegate this week to the national Pi Beta Phi sorority convention at Hot Springs, Ark. She is representing the Beta Delta Chapter at Knox College. Her mother, Mrs. Kenneth Gibson, also a Pi Beta PM member, Is also •attending the convention. Mr. and Mrs. Burt Sargeant and children, Rlesterstown, Md., arrived here last week for a visdt. The children remained here while their parents flew to Seattle, Wash., Where Sargeant (has been assigned as a Social Security ofiice area supervisor. Thie family plans to move to Washington next month. Mrs. Dwight Bur rill and daughter, Ogden, Utah, visited Mrs. BurruTs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Martzfuf and Mr, and Mrs. James Graves, here dur ing tlhe June 23 weekend. Woman Named to College's ipSs^s^^^bS, Psychology Faculty's Staff f vehicle safety stickers and bi- / X . ,\i.J&*r\ . . V. ' • 1 vehicle safety stickers and bi cycle drivers licenses. % Material for the program % were plovidied by the Modern 2 Woodmen of America. Roger kyifagjgmpr, Genie Yeflm and Mrs. * Jo^eptr* German, who were in setose* of the program, said % tfieyPifipe it becomes an annual Dr. Janet K. Price has been appoinlted to the faculty at Knox College, according to Dr. Lewis S. Salter, dean of iit^ec^eigeMdexecUlivevkepr^iidmt Dr. Price #11 hold the mank of lassisfeainlt professor on the college's psychology staff. A Sheboygan, Wis., native, she will come to Knox from AJgoima College, Sault Ste.- Made, Onltairlo, where she taught psychology (and computer science. She formerly taught at King's College, London, Onltamio. w rrtmim F END T ALIGNMENT &m AAE HWSWHATWIPP: T • * * t A^uM camber Mo*t American • •I t Sfi loe-in Can. Air Condi• W iStlloe-Qut lioned Car* $3.00 ^ »Chfek storing More^ LET US INSTALL mm NEW I SHOCK II ABSORBERS FRif MOUNTING AND NEW VALVE STEMS 2 ^5 2) 1) u r TTn |j/<\| |DC« Mon ' thrw Fri - 7:30 AW ~~ 5:30 PM nVUlVd* SoK 7:30 AM — 4.00 PM PHQNf 343-4174 - 244 S. CHAMBERS, GAUSBURG VAC-PAC Keeps You tUp On All * the*News and Costs You Nothing Extra Call the Register-Mail 343-7181 and Ask for VAC-PAC Just Give lis Your Vacation Dales and When You Return | ^ Your Carrier Boy f" * Save Each Day's REGISTER-MAIL JUST FOR •Wii Sorry But This Special Offer Does Not Apply to Mall Delivery Subscribers.
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