Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 10, 1973 · Page 12
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Tuesday, JulyJO, 1973 MONMOUTH Correspondent Mrs. Lorraine Stauth For News 112 S. 10th St. Phone 734-4721 For Missed Copies fief ore 6 P. M. Phone 934-4121 Roseville Girl Semi-Finalist at Pageant National GOP Executive Will Address Warren Club Receive Pins Among the volunteer bloodmobile workers honored Monday night at the annual meeting of the Warren County Red Cross were, back row from left, Mrs. Harold Dorman, Mrs. Harold Winebright, and Mrs. Bruce Barr, and front row from left, Mrs. Ulmer Roll and Miss Josephine Romano. Mrs. Dorman and Mrs. Winebright received 10-year service pins. Mrs. Barr and Mrs. Roll were awarded 15-year pins. Women Honored at Red Cross Meeting MONMOUTH — Six women were* honored at the annual ' meeting of the Warren Coun: ty'Red Cross Monday night '' alt "the Cotmimuroity Room at '< the 1 "'National Bank of Monmouth for having served the .'' toldoidmoibile since its first visit in 1951. They were Mrs. Lyle-Finlley, Mrs. Eldon Tinsman, Mrs. Harry Gibb, Mrs. Roger Smith, Mrs. Richard Strand (retired in 1972) and Mre.> Stanley Marion. Mrs. James Finch was presented with a 20-year service pin. Mrs. Bruce Barr and Mrs. Uimer Roll were presented with 15-year pins. Receiving Mfyear service pans were Mrs. Harold Dorman, Mrs. Frank Keltogg, and Mrs. Harold Winebriglhit. Mrs. Herman Hull, Mrs. Edward Dove, Mrs. Albert. Howe, and Mrs. Lalwnence McConacihie were awarded 5- year pins. Mrs. William Larson was honored upon her retirement for 19 years of service. Recognition was also given Mrs. Henry G. Johnson, Mrs. Howard IAvinigston, Mrs.' Geonge Graham, and Mrs. H. L. Randall. They, too, have served the local Red Cross chapter since 1951 but were not present at the first blood- miolbite visit. MONMOUTH - Miss Janet J. Johnston, co-chairman of the Republican National Committee, will be the featured speaker at a dinner sponsored by the Warren County Republican Women's Club Aug. 3. The dinner will be at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Monmouth. Miss Johnston, 33, is the youngest woman ever to hold her major party position. She was elected as National Committeewoman from California in 1972 and selected by Chairman George Bush to be co-chairman in 1973. A member of the California delegation which supported President Nixon at the 1972 Republican National Convention, Miss Johnston is a rancher-businesswoman from Winters, a small Yolo County community in north-central California. She helps her father manage a 700-acre ranch and holds a patent on an emergency warning system for automobiles. Active in several civic organizations, Miss Johnston was the first woman to be a director, vice president, and president of the Winters District Chamber of Commerce. ROSEVILLE - A Roseville gir\, Miss Maria Perrine, was one of the semi-finalists chosen from 180 contestants in the Miss Teen-Age Illinois Pageant, July 6-7 .at the Conrad-Hilton Hotel, Chicago. Miss Perrine was one of three Roseville girls entered in the contest. The other two-, Miss Karen MiUiron and Miss.Vicki Allen, like Miss Perrine, are 16 years of age, and will be juniors at Roseville High School this fall. The girls and their families returned home Sunday. Attending the pageant from Roseville were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Perrine and son and, Ron- Miss Janet J. Johnston She has also served as the first woman director of the Yolo C b un t y Chamber of Commerce. Other activities include 4-H Club work, and membership in the California Farm Bureau Federation, the C a 1 if or n i a Federation of W o m en's Clubs, Native Daughters of the Golden West, International Arabian Horse Association and the California Arts Society. MONMOUTH Community Memorial Hospital Pentagon Trying To Curb Military Drinking WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Pentagon's chief doctor is ; ..trying to curtail "happy hours" r to < battle military drinking -which, is much heavier than among civilians, according to a "rJiew .-study. ,, Despite all the publicity-given drug use, the study by a civilian firm operating on an Army contract found that drinking was heaviest among the young and then trailed off with increasing age—except for enlisted men. Prices Raised Dr. Richard S. Wilbur, assistant defense secretary for health, told a news conference Monday that to curb drunkenness among men in uniform he was trying to curtail the temptations. Liquor prices have been raised in military stores, "happy hours" cut back in Europe, and bar hours shortened during working hours. Military rites that emphasize drinking have also been dropped including the "Prop Blast" parties that used to accompany graduations from parachute school. The study charged that the Army.is "an environment that It Will Soon Be Time for Number 3 If you've been using your air conditioning since May, you should now bo changing the disposable filter for the second time. Replacing air filters regularly during the air conditioning season is strongly recommended by experts. As filters become clogged with dirt and dust, they cut down air circulation. Your air conditioning system has to work harder and harder to meet your demands. The result is air conditioning bills higher than necessary—and a needless waste of electric energy. With a clean filter you'll save money, prolong the life of your air conditioner— and conserve electricity. If you'd like detailed information on ways to save when buying or using an air conditioner, just ask at our office. Providing energy is our business. Using it wisely is everybody's business. IT'S OUR BUSINESS TO SERVE YOU BETTER ILLINOIS POWER is tolerant of heavy drinking and drunkenness." Binge Drinking The survey showed that binge drinking among civilians dropped from 19 per cent of men in their early twenties to only 6 per cent of civilians over 50. For officers in the same age groups, binge drinking fell from 24 per cent to 14 per cent. But for enlisted men it rose from 29 per cent to 37 per cent. The study then asked—but could not answer the question— "Are heavy drinkers staying in the Army, or is the Army making men who stay in heavy drinkers?" Few Seek Help Wilbur said his big problem was that few men in uniform seek help for their drinking problems for fear they will lose security clearances or chances for promotion. "And that feeling is pretty soundly based," he said. "We're trying to make the commands understand they shouldn't take adverse action." The study separated heavy drinkers—who imbibe at least five drinks a day four or more days a week without trouble— from problem drinkers—who, regardless of intake, have had trouble with wife, job, health, finances or police as a result of drinking. Some 9,500 Army men were interviewed for the study. A briefer Navy study showed parallel results. Amish Family Stranded, Refuse Modern Rides SHINGLETON, Mich. (UPI) — An Amish family with their covered wagon drawn by a lame horse remained stranded today in a desolate area between two small Upper Peninsula communities, steadfastly refusing to hitch a ride from modern conveniences. "God will supply our needs," staite troopers quoted the family as saying. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Church and their two daughters, from Athens, Maine, have stuck by their religious doctrine since their horse went lame last Saturday. They have waited, since that time, along Highway M28 between Shingleton and Seney, camping along the Driggs rough, Admissions Sunday: Miss Peggy Gittings, Miss Leanne Strange, Mrs. Mary Hogue, IMiss Susan Owens, Mrs. Richard Selby, Miss Toyiica Toops, (Monmouth; Michael Robbing, Keithsburg; Miss Laural Stegall, Kirkwood. ~' y Dismissals Sunday: Dean Chapin, Mrs. D. Lynn Long, Mrs. Raymond Buckert and baby, Monmouth; Richard Crain, John Lee, Alexis; Mrs. Fred Cook and foalby, Biggsville. County's United Fund Prepares For Annual Drive | MONMOUTH — David Turnbull, budget chairman, and the members of his committee are now reviewing the budgets of the 10 agency members of the Warren County United Fund in preparation for the 1973 fund drive in September. Gilbert Hennenfent and Don Gibb, co-chairmen of the public relations committee, have established a speakers bureau. Any organization interested in a 20-30 minute oral'and slide presentation relating to the activities of the vairious agencies of the Warren County United Fund should contact Mrs. Elizabeth' Henry, executive secretary at the United Fund office. The office is open weekdays from 9 a.m. to noon. Speakers! will be available from Aug. l! to Sept. 15. Finishes Course MONMOUTH — Tom Bailey | completed a 1-week courst last Friday at the Winona School of Pirofessional Photography in Winona Lake, Ind., where he printed and processed the first] 12-point color ring ever made at the 51-year-old school. Bailey was under the direction of Ed Stein of the Eastman Kodak Co. while taking the course in collar printing and processing. In total, the color ring required over 200 calibrated color prints before it! was completed. Bailey is the owner of Photography By Bailey, Monmouth, New Officers Roseville MRS. IRA LAND Correspondent Roseville P. O. Box 145 Phone 420*2642 aid Moore, Mrs. Don Allen, Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Milliron and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas MiUiron and son. Lyle Henry of Sciota, who died of smoke and heat inhalation during a fire at his home, was the brother of Roy Henry of Roseville. It is reported that he had tried. to enter the house to save insurance papers and other possessions when he was overcome. Funeral services are pending and will be announced. Committee members in charge of the quasquicentennial quilt are asking that all blocks be returned by July 11. i The blocks are being embroidered with signatures, and when finished, will be hung in ths museum in Roseville. It will be on display at the Warren County Fair here, Aug. 6-74. Mrs. Harlan Monroe or a member of the committee may be contacted, and the blocks will be collected, if requested. The Point Pleasant Unit of Homemaker's Extension is in charge of the project. Quasquicentennial committee members are reminding everyone of the activities at the park Wednesday evening. Women are urged to come and enter the woman's contest. The Roseville High School Band, with Carroll Henderson directing, will present another concert. In the women's softball game at Yorkwood Friday night, Roseville won 22-12. Roseville will meet Kirkwood, there, tonight for the rain game, and then Wednesday night, will travel to Monmouth for a game. Open Monday & Friday Nighrt 'Til 420 E. Main Galesburg, III. The Long Hot Summer Is Here! Buy Your New Air Conditioner Today From GAMBLES! No Need To Suffer Another Night! Fantastic Prices! Immediate Delivery! 5000 BTU River in a wooded area. State police at Munising Post, west of the campsite, said they were powerless because the Churches don't believe in such modern items as tow trucks or other motorized vehicles. New officers were installed in Monmouth, Galesburig and Kewanee Council and Assemblies of the Knights of Columbus last Saturday night at the Monmouth Council Building. Those given new posts were J Charles West, Grand Knight of[ the Galesburg Council; Clarence Hawk, Grand Knight of the I Moinimouth Council; Walter Morris, Faithful Navigator of the Kewanee Fourth Degree Assembly; Anthony Caimpdsi, Faithful! Navigator of the Galesburg Assembly, and Victor Cokel, local leader of the Monmouth Fourth Degree Assembly. Nutritional Aid Program Starting WASHINGTON (UPI) Under heavy' prodding from Congress, the Agriculture Department announced Monday it was preparing to start an I expanded experimental program of special nutritional aid to needy pregnant women, Reg *119 9S ...... 6000 BTU AUTO THERMOSTAT ... 8000 BTU QUICK • MOUNT 9000 BTU Reg. *219 M 10,000 BTU Reg. $ 229« 11,500 BTU Reg. $ 239 M 14,000 BTU 230 VOLT REG. *239» 5 S $ $ 20,000 ITU $ heavily nursing mothers, young children, the nearby, A spokesman said at least $20 some 28 miles imillion would be spent on the program during the year which began July 1, and added that the outlay might go higher depending on later administrative decisions. wants and V01T REG. *3W W 36,000 BTU $ 230 V01T REG. *44J W 109 149 179 159 199 219 219 284 399 95 95 95 $ $ $ $ 95 95 95 95 95 95

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