Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 7, 1973 · Page 7
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, July 7, 1973
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SERVICES (Continued From Page 6) Youth Thursday at 7:90 p.m. First Clmrch of God - Knox and Farnham. Ralph Barclay, pastor. Christian Brotherhood Hour over W6IL at 8 :30. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 10:45. Service at 7 p.m. Wednesday service at 7 p.m. First Baptist streets. Cherry and Carlton Tompkins streets. Carlton G. ChrJatenson, pastor. Early worship at 8. Church school at 9. Morning worship at 10. Radio broadcast over WAIK at 11. Sermon: Broken chains. + Bethany Baptist - 590 S. Academy St. Dr. Ctargt Nulph, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45. Worship at 11. Evening service at 7. Radio programs on WGIL at 8:20 a .m. and WAIK at 11:20 733 Mafston Ave. Robert E. McDonald, pastor. Church school at 9, Worship at 10. Sermon: The Christian and Health. First United Presbyterian Prairie and Ferris streets. Kermit W. Petersen, pastor. Church school at 9 :30. Worship at 8 and 9:30. Sermon: Growing Through Gcd's Love. College News(Continued From Page 3) Mrs. David Lannholm, 1623 Hat- rison St., and Debra A. Leeper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Leeper, 840 E. Berrien St. L L Area Student! Catherine Hagerty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Mager- ty, Rio, a senior at St. Francis College in Joliet, has been ae cept in a theater group, "The Patchwork Players/' which will present plays in New England this summer. Grace Episcopal—151 E. Carl Sandburg Dr. Thad B. rector. Mass at 8:30. Eucharist Richard S. McElvalne, ton of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. McElvaine, Avon, has been named to the dean's list at Bradley University for the second semester. Rudd, Family am. Bethel Baptist 119« N. Academy St. Robert K. C. Paulson, pastor. Church school at 0:30. Worship at 10:45. Evening worship at 7. Sermon: What'd You: Get? First Lutheran — Seminary and Water streets. Ordell W. Peterson, pastor. Early worship at 9:30. Church school at 10:15. Worship at 11. Sermon: The Art of Forgiving Completely. Trinity Lutheran — at 10. Wednesday mass at 10. r- Church o! Christ — 955 Lawrence Ave. Glenn Blust and Ed Smith, elder* Bible study at 9:30. Worship at 10:30. Evening worship at 7. Wednesday service at 7 p.m. Full Gospel Pentecostal Mission — 719 W. Knox St. Bursie Williams, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30. Worship at 11. Tuesday and Thursday services at 7:30 p.m. First Church of the Nazarene— Eim and Webster streets. Rev. Floyd Sum an, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30. Worship at 10:30. Evening worship at 7. Wednesday worship at 7 p.m. Central Congregational — Pub- Ronald L. Hunt, near Alexis, received a bachelor's degree June 2 at commencement exercises at Monmouth College. HA ids en don Miss Marcia L. Stephenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Stephenson* Osco, and Larry D. Stegall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Stegall Of near Galva, exchanged wedding vows on June 16 at 7:30 p. m. The nuptials were solemnized at the Osco Community Church as Rev. John N. Hedlund read the double ring ceremony for the couple, who reside near Altona following their wedding trip to Missouri. Best man was Kent Youngstrom of Galva. Guests were seated by Al Cur- of Lafavette and Rolland ry ot Lafayette Ekstrand of Yates City, the Oneida, bridegroom's cousin during the s - n< lap, Miss Kae Stegall, the bridegroom's sister of near Galva, Mrs. Arthur Davis of Moline, Mjss Debbie Clausen, Rockford, Ihc bride's cousin, bridesmaids. Flower girls were Wendy Clausen of Rockford, cousin of the bride, and Gaye Stegall of the' bridegroom's cou­ sin. Miss Debra Day Betty L. Day, 124 S. Mary L. England, daughter of Main St., Abingdon, announces Mr. and Mre. Eugene England, the engagement and approach- Oneida, was named to the ing marriage of her daughter, President's List at Lincoln Col* Debra, to Randy Thomas, son lege, Lincoln. of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Thomas of near St. Augustine. Mrs. Susan (Wilson) Kurth, The couple will exchange daughter of Mrs. Dorothy Wil- wedding vows Saturday, July son, of Abingdon, was named 14, at 7 p.m. at the Faith Unit- to the dean's list at the Univer- td Methodist Church. Friends kity of Iowa, College of Nurs- and relatives are invited to the ing, Iowa City, for the spring ceremony alnd the reception fol- semester. lowing, Both of Mr. Humility—Sincerity- — Kellogg Sermon: and Ferris streets. Constant R. Courage. Johnson, pastor. Worship sertf. „ _ „ . ices at 9 and 11. Church school 1 Convenan * Church sen, Avon; David James Bugos, T, At itr.Tir *n « A1 F ha ' "R»wseH L. Bjorling, AI- Radio program on WAIK at 9:35. t0 na; Joy E. Leininger, Wood- are graduates The University of Illinois, Ur- Abingdon High School. bana-Ohampaign has announced Thomas is employed by Spoon that a record 5,336 students re- River FS, Hermon. ccived degrees in June. Among them are Larry G. 01- Uc Square. Worship at 10:30. Jeffer- hull; Nancy E. Wallick, Abingdon; David R. Roelle, Avon; Franklin E. Cook, Dahinda; E. First Christian at 10. fenMr ^S « ^ dw £ ayt0n Tn^Ch^ old Ahlberg, pastor. Church 4 * U5 „rl«i «• i-i i^T' \, Broad and school at 9. Worship at 10, Se* * WilUamsfieW; Benjce M. North streets, Ralph Eugene mon: Do Your Best to Come to \^ Alexis; Tlieresa D. Mor- Bennett, pastor. Chapel at 8. Me Soon. nsan > New Boston; Karl A * Mail Order 1 Bridle Broker Investigated organ prelude by Mrs. Carl Palmgren of Orion. Groomsmen were Tim Ballard of Galva, Robert Stephenson of Osco, brother of the bride, Dennis Fredrickerson of Victoria and Tom Johnson of North Henderson. Soloist was David Lawson of Coal Valley. Attendants Attendants in green, peach, yellow pink and blue floral print embossed nylon dresses carried multi-colored nosegays of daisies. Each had white wide brimmed hats to complete their attire. Miss Laurel Homan of AJsip was maid of honor, and Miss Lvn Stahl of near Dun- Bredberg, New Windsor; Gay- A n i » r* • m a A «k * nil SAN Church school at 9. Worship at _ . . . . _ . T _ . f , A n ...... 10:15. Sennon: How to Spell the *T g . n l ze l Ch il rcb cof , ^ 6SUS i A , V0 ; ; r P ^ eIa author Wi Name of God. 5^*A altor ?*1 "m/" — ' transpacific 405 N. Pleasant Ave. Elder both of Prairie City. r First United Methodist-Kel-Lloyd Tripp, pastor. Church logg and Ferris streets, Robert school at 9:45. Mbrnfcg worship FRANCISCO Australian (UPI) who psychologist- acted for lonely marriage American as a broker was personally women investigated S. Mk. pMtor. <M.*m ,|.t u, with wm^'Pm<S&m1^SSSi^ by lm ™ Ws immm worship at 7:30. Church school as speaker, at 9;30. Morning worship at 9:30 « . T 4 . and- 11. Sennon: Just Plain MtCalvary Lutheran Fcjks^ W. Fremon * st - William Thompson, pastor. some 4,200 graduates received 1372 d e 8 rees * n ceremonies June 8. Q Among them are Michael tion minister on a visit to the United States. Sunday Wa y ne Trac y> Leslie Ann Wes- Fsith United Methodist-«76 school at 9:15. Worship services ful^ B. Knox St. K. W. GoodeU, pas- at 8 and 10:30. • thon y Ro S ers ' -^ ton ?' Albert he has J. tor, Early worship at 8:45. Calvary Assembly of God Church School at 10. Morning,., „ . - . . worship «t 11; Sermon: Powerl**! and Grove streets for the Task. H. Felt, Roseville; Bradley W. Newberry and Ann M. Truemper, both of Monmouth; and John R. DePrenger, pastor. Sunday G. Hummel, Bushnell. < mi anuel United Methodist Tanker school at 9:30. Worship at 10:40, Evening service at 7. Animal Fat SAVANNAH, Ga. (UPI) The Coast Guard and a private contracting firm go to work today to clean up 29,000 gallons of animal fat that accidentally npillod from a Norwegian The University of Iowa, Iowa City, has announced that 1,209 students in the College of Libers! Arts were named to the freighter into the Savannah dean's list for the second semes- River Friday. The cause of the spill was not but immediately Coast Guard known, spokesman said there was no immediate danger. ter. Among them are Marteluf, Dahinda; Carol Bowman, Leslie Landes and Lyn- otte Pedigo, all of Monmouth. Jan Yvonne Cruce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Ciuce, Oneida, is the second recipient of the G. Allan Laflin Scholarship for outstanding students in the department of business education and administra- Douglas before at diamond ring CATHEDRAL ft SURF STAR r*zn REINS ArtCarved sees to it that you get your money's worth, Every ArtCarved diamond is guaranteed for quality and carat weight. Further assurance of the diamond's value Is the ArtCarved Permanent Value Plan (PVP®). which lets you apply the full current retail value of the diamond in trade for a more expensive ArtCarved diamond ring, Anytime in the future. Come In, We'll be happy to talk with you about the ArtCarved guarantee and its many benefits. tivc office management, Western Illinois University. Miss Cruce is a senior in business teacher education, David W. Musselman, son of Mr .and Mrs, David L. Musselman, 106 Lewis Lane, Knoxville, was one of nearly 800 incoming students who participated in or- iffltation at Bradley University recently. His parents also attended the three-day series of programs. Frank Kumlander, Yates City, is a participant in the twoAveek summer institute in vocational counseling at Bradley University now underway. The institute is for counselors working with youth, with women returning to work after raising their children, and with persons seeking other occupational opportunities. Miss Charlene Quigley, daughter of Mrs. Jeannette Quigley, Roseville, has been named to the Dean's List for the spring quarter at the University of Chicago. Grassby said that begun looking over hundreds of letters that Australian immigration offices in the United States have received in the past month from American women lured by the prospect of finding a husband Down Under. New Guidelines As a result of the investigation, he told UPI, "new guidelines will be issued to our offices in the United States to reduce the possibilities of people being exploited." He made it clear, however, that he does not intend to take action against any individual who may be offering what's referred to in the U.S. as the mail order bride business. "I plan to have our representatives get in touch with all the women who have written letters to us to let them know that the Social Hour Follows BPW Buffet Supper More than 50 members of the G alesburg Business and Professional Women's Club attended the Thursday meeting which was at the Midwest Credit Union Building on Monmouth Boulevard. The incoming president, Mrs. Ray Enlow, conducted a short business meeting at which time it was decided that the regular of the club for the Given in marriage by her father, the bride, carried a cas* cade arrangement of white carnations and yellow roses as the complement to her gown of ivory sata-peau with re-embroidered Alencon lace forming the empire bodice and accenting the skirt fashioned with a sweep chapel train having a duet ruffle border. Cathedral veiling, caught to a Dior satin bow, was edged in lace. Honors at the reception which followed at the church parlor were shared by Mrs. Dean Stegall of Oneida, aunt of the bridegroom, Mrs. John Clausen, Rockford, aunt of the bride. Mrs. Chester Scott of Osco, Mrs. Arthur Donart of Abingdon, Mrs. Cliff White of Osco and Mrs, Calvin Vinstrand, also of Osco. of v I Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stegall (Miss Marcia Stephenson) SENIOR CITIZENS Senior potluck Citizens will hold dinner Monday at a 6 Mrs. Stegall, a graduate Orion High School, is a senior at Western Illinois University as p.m. Rev. and Mrs, Raymond Bassett of Maxcy Chapel will furnish the entertainment at 7 p.m. with a talk and vocal, numbers. Orlo Moore will conduct mixed dancing after the potluck Wednesday at 6 p.m. The pitch party is Thursday at 6:30 u.m. Prizes will be COTTAGE HOSPITAL BOARD The Galesburg Cottage Hos- Board mceiting will be pital Tuesday at mceiting 9:30 a.m. in the p .m. warded and finger foods serv- is her husband, a Galva High'cd. School graduate. Mr. Stegall is| All meetings in the YMCA a member of Alpha Zeta frater-clubrooms. nity on the campus. nurses' lounge. THE KNOX COUNTY GENEALOGY SOCIETY The Knox County Genealogy Society wil\ meet Monday at 7 p.m. at the Trinity Lutheran Church. Anyone interested in genealogy is attend, being invited to will be held at Parents Announce Engagement meetings coming year the Hotel Custer. After a salad buffet supper, games were played and prizes awarded. The committee in charge of this meeting included: Mrs. Enlow, chairman; Mrs. Maurlne B. Carithcrs, 760 W. South St., Hamilton, co-chairman; Mrs. and the late Mr. Carlthers, The bride-elect and her fiance Mrs. Robert Cchrs, 115 Aliens Ave., and James C. Shaw, E. Liverpool, Ohio, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Miss Judy Lynn Shaw, to Thom^ as M. Carlthers, son of Mrs. W. SOANGETAHA COUNTRY CLUB i Soangctaha Social Bridge Club \will meet Tuesday at \ p.m. at the clubhouse. Co-chairmen are Mrs. C. A. Dayton and Mrs. Roy Dredge. NARFE The National Association of Retired Federal Employees will have a picnic Tuesday at noon in the Lion's Shelter No. 3, Lake Storey. In case of rain the meeting will be in the Community Room ot the Home Savings land Loan Association. Award Bibles Many Kinds, Sizes and Colors 0* I .5 Shirley Carpeter; Mrs. Gertrude Colbum; Mrs. Helen Eckland; Mrs. Helen Johnson; Mrs. Paul Mrs. Barbara Mitt- KING JAMES M.98 And REVISED *3.75 And Lacky; mann; Mrs. Mrs. Alice Spencer Myrtle Stewart. Glenda Snider; and Mrs. Woodbine Camp, Maple Leaf Camu, Monmouth, Combine Assisting Mrs. Thomas Sep- aic graduates of Galesburg High School. Miss Shaw is employed by Gale Products, and Mr. Cariithers attends Carl Sandburg College. The couple will be married July 14 at a private ceremony at 2 p.m. at the First Christian Church. Friends and relatives are invited to attend the reception at the bride's mother's home at ALLOW 10% DISCOUNT ALL CHURCHES AND MINISTERS THE PAST, Also Children's Names Imprinted In Gold on Front Cover 4 FREE. Sk riVan Quality Qift Shop LARGEST SELECTION OF GIFTS ««. ^p;: 2: 3o p.m. after the ceremony, at the meeting of] . „ 1_ 325 East Main Street Phone 343-3316 only authorized • to persons approve migration to Australia Australian are officials." government Questioned Often Grassby'a disclosure came at the end of a month-long tour of Southeast Asia and North America during which he was frequently questioned about the activities of a man who identified himself as Dr. John S. Saunders who said he was a Sydney psychologist, Saunders received widespread publicity in the U.S. last month when he said he was looking for American women to match up with 160,000 unmarried Australian men. Saunders offered to act as a go between for a fee which could run into hundreds of dollars. ich, oracle, the Woodbine Camp, Royal Neighbors of America, this week in the IOOF Hall were Mrs. Georgene Gardner and Mrs. Sadie Quarterman. It was announced that Maple Leaf Camp 124 of Monmouth consolidated their camp with Woodbine, and that the convention would be Sept. 20 at Willi amsfield. cool summ WHITE c by Mrs. Jemima Reports were given Wilda Ayres, Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Evelyn Woolums, Mrs. Neva Searles and Mrs. Sepich. The charter was draped and resolutions sent to the family of G ! ee Sherwood by Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Rose Wine and Mrs. Quarterman. Mrs. Viola Walihan was pianist. Refreshments were served at a local restaurant following the meeting. Winnerg- (Continued From Page 3) h H 1 m 1 V F l_ h id jt H * _fj i_f ' * f HAVE YOU CHECKED OUT OUR WHITE SALE CIRCULAR? At ft:-- * P IT if IF YOU MISSED IT- COME INTO KLINE'S FOR A FREE COPY AND SAVE ON: m V- m •M M * W Ml HUTS •TOWBLS V.' •X- READ THE WANT ADS! Barstow, Flight B, and Mrs. Ray Anderson, Flight C. The play for July 10 will be third low gross. Play will, be on Tuesday rather than Thursday because of the CICCA tournament at the club, July 11-15. i tm ^ P A-- • PILLOW LANKBTS • RUGS mm ft *1 ^ _^ w P WW* v< M. <v /4rt Carved From the maker; of Lenox China & Crystal VALUE QUALITY SERVICE Joel Bjorling, Gil&on, and Margaret Glbeon, Williamsfield, ere summer workers at Galesburg State Research Hospital. Bjorling attends Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, Okla., and Miss Gibson attends Knox College. 219 I. MAIN ST, DOWNTOWN GAL6SIURG Open Fridty 9 AM to 9 PM PILOT CLUB Pilot Club will meet Monday at 6:30 p.m. at the Midwest Credit Union Building. Cancellations may be called to Mrs. Carl Isaacson, 99 W. Carl Sandburg Drive. Members are being asked to bring a baby picture of themselves. To STEIN'S For tit ft • TAPJLBCLOTHS •KITCHKN ACCKSSORIVS A.- Hi- J>" 2 TIMEX WATCHES COMPLETE SELECTION From $7.95 to $125,00 Also Servtce-In-Store on All Timex Watches Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. GREAT FASHION VALUES AND ALL FROM FAMOUS: • SPRINO MILLS • ORIOINAL 'VINA' DBSIONS -i \ w P r 1 URLINOTON •MARTEX 4 h - 'A j - n r d r mm.*. mTmt •PIBLDCRKST «BARDWILL 349 E. MAIN ST. Downtown Galesburg J 4 djJfikm'Mi •y, < * •QUAKIR ••UCILLA lift l:M iy r< • f • • • • • *K J^P r • ri i L r • J F r • 1 J i # - ft": m. i r + fill mm tin "•VV •t 4**1

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