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About People, P j taammjjmmummm^^ , MiikmiiiiKiiuiniifl nil I'liiiitlfflliii^ «, >CA galesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111.. Saturday, June 30, 1973 f Big Brothers Rate A-l Mrs. Andrew (Patricia) Spellos, Normal, former Galesburg resident, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nadie Sheahan, 1359 N. Cherry St., has been awarded a bachelor's degree in educa* tlon at Illinois State University at Normal. Michael Herr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Heir, 425 N. Farnham St., has been named; to the Dean's List at Northwestern University, Evansfbn, for the spring semester. Marycrest CoMegc, Daven- Iport, loiwa, announced that 78 students achieved very high honors for the second semester. last month with a major in music education; Valerie Greer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Scott Greer, 1289 Campbell Ave., a sophomore majoring in social welfare, and Jane Wiskirchen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rafifph P. Wiskirchen, 994 Beecher Ave., Among them are Elizabeth who graduated last month Butts, daughter of Mr. and with a major in English. Mrs. Cyril W. Butts, 715 Mon mouth Blvd., who graduated Woman's World Today... Grandchildren were kings and queens in two households this week in Galesburg. Traci, 2'/ 2 , and Chris, 8V2, above, are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thoureen, 1186 E. Main St., until ^the 14th of July. Mrs. Tom Thoureen and the children, will stop in Washington, D.C., before returning to their home at Sigonella, Sicily, where Cmdr. Tom Thoureen is stationed at the Naval Air Facility. Mrs. Thoureen is the former SalJ,y Hanauer. Jason, 2, and Laura, six months, right, along with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. James St. Laurent arrived from the other ^direction, west, when they came,to visit their grandmother, , Mrs. Joyce Larson, 393 Monmouth Blvd., and their grandfather, Victor Larson of near Galesburg. The St. Laurents, from Los Altos, Calif., will be attending the Class of 1962 Corpus Christi High School reunion on Saturday while in Galesburg. Mrs. St. Laurent is the former Joan Larson. After visiting with their uncles, aunts and cousins in Galesburg, the St. Laurents will spend some time in Michigan before returning to the West Coast. Mr. St. Laurent is a marketing research analyst for All State Insurance. By I.E.B. (Photos by Steve Stout) Mrs. Phil Mariner, San Antonio, Texas, has visited the last two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller, 879 Parkview Rd. and her sister, Mrs. Roy Johnson, 411 Knollcrest Dr. David Giles, son of Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Giles of 1216 N. Cherry St., is a member of the Interlochen Arts Academy Chorale which is preparing for an overseas tour. Interlochen's president Roger E. Jacobi has announced the acceptance of an invitation for the chorale to appear in Denmark in July at the Rebild Annual Fourth of July Festival. Jacobi notes that this experience will be the first overseas trip for an Interlochen student group. The American Independence Day in Denmark is celebrated at Rebild to commemorate the warm friendship between the United States and Denmark. Rebild is a small village in Northern Jutland, Denmark, 19 miles south of Aalborg. It embraces 200 acres of hilly, heather - clad moorland countryside with a naturally formed amphitheatre, which is the Rebild National Park. The festival has had growing interest since its inception in 1912 and currently draws between ten and twenty thousand visitors to the park each year. In addition to its performance at the Rebild Festival, the chorale will appear in Aalborg Hall on a concert by the Aalborg Symphony Orchestra, directed by Jens Schrder, on July 3. The Lord Mayor of Copenhagen has arranged a cathedral concert for them in STEIN'S For NYLON Watch Straps ADJUSTABLE & $4 f\f\ WASHABLE I t Uv Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. - Duwiiluwn (ialcsburg • • Copenhagen, and they have been invited by the Countess Lerche-Lerchenborg to give a concert in the Lerchenborg Castle. The group departs for Copenhagen on -July 1 and will return July 10. Bruce E. Spencer, a teacher at Galesburg High School, is among selected secondary schoolteachers who are attending the 1973 Summer Institute in Chemistry at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. A native of Chicago, Mr. Spencer holds a degree from Knox College and a master's degree from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio. He has taught in Galesburg since 1963. Supported by the National Science Foundation, the Bow-| doin Institute began June 25, and will continue through Aug. 3 under the direction of Professor David A. Wheatland of the Bowdoin Chemistry Depart ment. Wi innerd on tL 5, 349 E. MAIN m. - Uowniown uaicsourg mam WOLFIES'S Yarn Shop Is Now Located at 332 E« Main St. BUNKER LINKS Golf play at Bunker links for the women's golf on Thursday was for low score on even holes. Miss Connie Graham was the winner for the championship flight; Mrs. Albert Nelson, for Flight A; Mrs. Doug Peterson, for Flight B; Mrs. Betty Row for Flight C, and Mrs. Ray Kelsey for Flight D. Guest Day Guests were from Baker Park Club, Kewanee, Peoria Nine Hole Club, Peoria 18 Hole Club, Monmouth Country Club, Swan Hills of Avon, Soangetaha and Lake Bracken Country Olub at the women's guest day at Bunker Links on Friday. Nine holes j of play was followed by a luncheon at Holiday Inn. Medalist for the day was Miss Connie Graham. Lake Bracken winners were Mkis. William Fnannkey, low gross, Mrs. Glen Miller, law net, Mrs. Phoebe Strahler, low putts; Soangetaha winners included Mrs. Harold Cunningham, low gross, Mrs. Gary Gun- jther, low net, Mrs. Jim Butler (Continued on Page 7) Barbara J. ELohhorn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eidrhorn, 3363 Windsor Ct., made a straight A grade point average during the spring quarter at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Cob. Miss Eichhorn was graduated with distinction in June with a bachelor of arts degree in soda! work. Terry Chatters, 467 Lombard St., completed requirements for a master's degree on business administration, and Robert Lott, 942 Dayton Dr., completed requirements for a master's degree in psychology at the close of the spring semester at Illinois Stale University. Chris Norris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kip Norris, 5 Fairway Rd., has been named to the Dean's List for his freshman year at Trinity College of Arts and Science at Duke. University, Dunham, N.C. Augustana College, Rock Island, has announced that five students from Gates-burg are included on the Dean's Honor List for the spring quarter at Augustana College, • Rock Island. ' Among them are Richard Lee White Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. White, 68 Silver St., a May graduate; Charlene E. Hawkinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Hawkinson, 1128 Brown Ave., both of whom had straight A averages. Also, Daniel E. Standiley, a May graduate, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett G. Standley, 1689 Brown Ave.; Rebecca A. Kinney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Kinney, 1272 Clark St., and Danny R. Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard G. Anderson, 394 W. Losey St. Area Students Augustana College, Rock listed, has named these students to the Dean's Honor List for the spring quarter, Carol A. Masden, a May graduate, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masden, Avon; Neil R. Johnson, straight A average, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Johnson, and Branda S. Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne E. Nelson, both of New Windsor; David R. Suman, a May graduate, son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Suman Jr., Henderson; David M. Brillhart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brillhart, Altona; Jacqueline K. Armstrong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Armstrong, Cameron, and Beth A. Rittenhouse, straight A average, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Lee Rittenhouse, Rio. Former Residents Married Vows were read for Miss Linda Ann Holt and Paul Edward Quigley in Christ the King Catholic Church in Oklahoma City, Okla., June 2 by the Rev. Thomas R. Dowdell. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holt, Oklahoma City and Mr. and Mrs. William J. Quigley, Oklahoma City, formerly of Galesburg. Honor attendants were Lloyd Lautner, Baton Rouge, La., and Miss Nancy Perry, Oklahoma City. Others were Miss Melanie Brown, Kansas City, Kan.; Kirk Strobel, Tulsa, Okla.; Mitchell Care y, Checotah, Okla.; Miss Kathy Knesek, Oklahoma City; Kermit Jones, Oklahoma City; James Quigley pnd Sean Quigley, Oklahoma City. A reception was held in the home' of the bride. Serving were Mrs. Colleen (Quigley) Burks, Miss Marion Quigley and Miss Lisa Holt. Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. O'Connor, Galesburg and Mrs. Lloyd Behninger, Wataga, are grandparents of the bridegroom. The couple will live in Ed- nicuid, Okla., after a trip to Colorado. lllllllI III! " '"i '"l **BL!iyfc;i;;i;»»!:;»iiii 1 SKi .M Working together is fun for Ray Salter, left, and Tony Brouillette. By ALICE BROCKMAN (Staff Writer) What has your big brother done for you lately? If he is a member of the Big Brother organization and you're his "little brother," then the two of you have probably gone camping, motorcycling, golfing, fishing, bowling, checking out your (whection of baseball cards, or just working together in the yard. Big Brother has been in Galesburg one year now, and so far, it has successfully matched 11 men with boys whose fathers are not present in the home, either due to divorce, death or long- term hospitalization. Its purpose is to help boys who need the attention of a man, someone to take them to Little League games, talk to them about some of their problems which aren't easy to discuss with mothers, and just be a friend to them. Generally, the boys, who are between the ages of eight and 16, come to the attention of Big Brothers through their guidance counselors in school because the couselor believes the boy would benefit from the friendship and guidance of a mature man. Phil Ulm, executive director, credits much of the success of the matches to the extensive application period which insures that the man and boy are compatible in personalities and interests. Mrs. Shirley Brouillette, whose nine-year-old son, Tony, is the little brother of Ray Salter, is very happy with the match because she said Ray has just the qualities that Tony needed. To see Tony and Ray together playing golf or spading in the garden, it's obvious they have a rapport, and both eagerly look forward to their visits, about once or twice a week. What Tony really loves, of course, is playing baseball with Ray and maybe some of the neighborhood boys. That's hi? favorite sport, he says with a grin. Mrs. Brouillette has been so impressed with the program, she hopes her seven-year-old son can be matched with a big brother when he is eight. One sibling problem does arise in most families, since Reside in Salt Lake City Mr. and Mrs. Jack Richard Moore, who were married June 9, reside at Salt Lake City, Utah. Wedding vows were pledged at the Montview Boulevard Presbyterian Church, Denver, Colo., as Dr. Albert Fay Hill, read the double ring ceremony for the bride, the former Nancy Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Davis, Englewood, Colo., and the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob A. Moore, South Lake Storey Road. Mr. Moore, a graduate of Galesburg High School and Monmouth College, is employed with AC Division of General Motors, Salt Lake City, Utah. when the pair is out together, others in the family, especially boys, feel left out. But as Mr. Ulm pointed out, the onento-one relationship of the match is more helpful to the boy. The mothers try to do something special for their other' children when the big and little brothers are together. The organization hopes to encourage more men to participate because there are many boys in Galesburg who need a big brother. It is difficult, Mr. Ulm said, to attract many men since they are tied. up with their own children and jobs, but part of the problem, too, is making the com. muniity aware of the group. Mrs. Loy Bacon, whose son Gary, teamed with Roger Lofstrand, is enthused about the progress her son has made since meeting Roger two months ago. Gary was a boy who felt he couldn't play baseball as well as other kids, and he gave up so easily. But Roger has so much patience, that Gary has showed a tremendous improvement — even his guidance counselor ait school noticed it. In fact, Roger has made a big impression on the Bacon family. Mrs. Bacon's fifteen- year-old son says about him, "Gee, he's cool." He has a motorcycle and often takes Gary out for supper. Sometimes they take Roger's St. Bernard, Olaf, to Lake Storey. He says he gets as much enjoyment out of the relationship as Gary does. For men without children or who have only daughters, the program gives them a chance for good times with a boy, such as one man who has two daughters, both of whom despise camping and fishing. Well, about once a month, he takes his little brother and they try their luck fishing. It's pure pleasure for the man to have someone he cares about to share his hobby, and at the same time, he is providing a healthy influence for a boy who will benefit from .the personal attention. As in the words of Roger Lofstrand, Big Brother organization is great because it gives a man a chance to make a contribution to the community and at the same time, have an instant friend and little brother. Select Weddinsr Date Miss Sharon Pepper and Ger aid L. Haffner, whose engagement was previously announced have selected Saturday, July 7, as their wedding date. The ceremony will be at 7 p.m. at the Avon United Meth odist Church. All friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony and reception to follow at the church. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pepper of near Roseville and her fiance, the son of Mrs. Floyd Haffner of Walnut Grove and the late Mr. Haffner. MALES' forma! wear "lu Stock Rentals" PHONE 309/342-5fl4 Alter Six. Lord Wb«t. Palm Beach Register for Free Honeymoon to Las Vegas 10 We»l Main St.. Galeiburg FASHION SHAPING 3.00 SALON OT.'s BEAUTY BALCONY 343-2112 Top Dimensions! YOUR HAIR SETS THE MOOD FOR YOUR ENTIRE LOOK. 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