Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 11, 1973 · Page 5
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 5

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 11, 1973
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Have you seen our posted prescription prices? Why not stop by the Pharmacy and see how you can save on prescriptions at Osco Drug? And you can charge your prescriptions on your Master Charge or BankAmericard, if you like. Sgt. Fred Spilman ... promoted in ceremonies Illinois Trooper Wins Promotion STERLING - Illinois State Police Cpl. Fred Sptyman of Compton was promoted to sergeant during ceremonies June 28 at Elgin. He is the son of Robert and Bernice Spilman, Maquon. Sgt. Spilman, a 15-year veteran of the troopers, was assigned to District 1 at Sterling on Feb. 1, 1958, and was promoted to corporal June 1,1966. A Navy veteran, he has attended various command schools and police seminars, and currently is a crowd control instructor for the state police. ; Spitynan and his wife, Carol, have five daughters — Christal, 18, Cheryl, 16, Cara, 13, Catherine 17, and Colette, 11. College Tells Spring Term Honor List . Two hundred and sixty Carl Sandburg College students were named to the dean's honor list and the honor list for spring quarter 1973. The dean's honor list consists of 99 students while 161 students are on the honor list. Only full-time students, enrolled for 12 or more hours, may be named to either of the honor lists. A student must have earned an academic grade point average of 3.50 or better on a 4.00 system to make the dean's honor list and a grade point average of 3.00 or better for the honor list. A 3.00 is equivalent to a "B.", There were 37 students earn ing 4.00, an increase of 10 over the winter term. Daan'a Honor List Mildred Allen, Roseville; Vivian Allison, Alpha; Cathy Anderson, Alpha; Michele Bailey, Galesburg; Robert Bailey, Gladstone; Karen Becker, Galesburg; Larry Benson, Galesburg; Raymond Benson, Galesburg; Robert Btehler, Shelbyville; Marvin Bleichner, Galesburg; Linda Brown, Galesburg; Alice Bunn, Monmouth; David Burgdorf, Biggsville; Helen Calhoun, Monmouth; Shirley Calhoun, Galesburg; Gwen Carr, Galesburg; Carmen Castlebury, Good Hope. Rita Cates, Galesburg; William Conroy Jr., Galesburg; George Coursey, St. Augustine; Mike Cut Jer, Carthage; Sheila Davis, Abingdon; Susan Delabar, Oquawka Darcy Denlsar, Rio; Bob Dillard, Galesburg; Sina Eddingfield, Galesburg; Chester Edwards, Williamsfield; Teresa Engholm, Galesburg: Keith Faber, Galesburg; David Flanagan, Avon: Jon Fortune, Galesburg: Dale Garner, Yates City; Stephen Goad, Galesburg; Betty Goedeke, Galesburg, and Larry Green, Williamsfield. James Gustafson, Galesburg; Richard Heath, Galesburg; Michael Helander, Cameron; William Helmick, Galesburg; Jean Hemingway, Monmouth; Shirley Higgins, LaPralrie; Kathie Hoadley, Abingdon; Michael Hoadley, Abingdon; Judy Horn, Galesburg; Terry Hudson, Galesburg; Mary Hutchison, Galesburg; Paula Jensen Alexis; Roy Johnson, Galesburg; Steven Johnson, Galesburg; Sue Johnson, Galva; Marilyn Lehning, Galesburg. Timothy Mackey, Galesburg; Velda Mahnesmith, Galesburg; Pat rick Maritz, Galesburg; Kathy Mc Million, Galesburg; Stan McCor mick, Shelbyville; Carol McGinnes, Monmouth; John Mcllravy, Galesburg; John McNaught, Galesburg; Michael Millar, Kirkwood; Mary MitcheU, Galesburg: Daniel MoMitt, Nauvoo; Berniece Moore, Knoxville; Craig Morgan, Galesburg; Rita Nichols, Maquon; Thomas O'Connor, Wataga; Kathleen Owens, Knoxville: Lorene Perkera, Monmouth: Sharon Pettit, Galesburg; Gray Plerson, Monmouth. Stephen Prina, Galesburg; James Pumfrey, Galesburg; Rachel Res- clnito, Galesburg; Lyle Rosine, Galesburg; Catherine Ruff, Avon; James Runyon, Yates City: Mary Runyon, Yates City; Jeanie Shenck, Abingdon; Betty Schmitt, Monmouth; John Shea, Knoxville; Mark Shearer, Galesburg: Michael Shra- gal, Galesburg; Timothv Smith, Monmouth; Mary Smoot, Galesburg; Dona Starbird. Galesburg; Sandra Stephenson, Alexis; Nancy Swanson, Altona. Eric Swartz, Galesburg; Gloria Tobias, Galesburg; Frances ToUe, Galesburg; Martha Tracy, Galesburg; Ethel Trusty, Rio: Jeanette Underwood, Galesburg; Maree Vest, Granite City: Sharon Vestal, Monmouth; Mary Wallick. Galesburg: Barbara Whalen. Colchester; Gail Wilkinson, Galesburg; Elmer Yung Jr., North Henderson. Honor LUt Richard Algren, Galesburg: Lois Armstrong, Little York; Daniel Artus, Galesburg; Mason Austin, Carthage; Ilene Barfield, Galesburg; Gary Bass, Monmouth: Alaix Benson, New Windsor; Danny Bess, Pearl: Richard Shear, London Mills; Ann Bjorlmg. Altona: Burton Bjor- nng, Altona: Shirlie Blackwell, Galesburg: Shirley Bledsoe, Galesburg: Terry Blythe, Qauawka; Elouise Booton, Gilson: Marilyn Boydstun, Avon: Rick Boyer. Galesburg. Theresa Bricker, Roseville; Mary See 'Howor'- (Continued on Page 11) osco bftua IM t. MAW Open » a.*, ij • 8*!ttH»t HouM I a.Hl. Ml:M*.M. Clottd Baftdaf* Ad Items Good Wed. thru Sat. OSCO OSCO DRUO 354 E. MAIN Open 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Saturday Hour* I a.m. to S:30 p.m. CloMd Sunday! 354 E. MAIN Open % a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday Houri 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Cloeed Sundays WE GUARANTEE WHAT WE SELL APPLIANCE BARGAINS Rival Crock Pot Save now on house and garden needs! Model 3100 All purpose electric cooker, that cooks up to 10-12 hours unattended. # flame color. Professional Type PORTABLE HAIR DRYER While 24 Lasts While Reg. 18 Last S 199 * o o $ 15 88 • • COUPON ' " With This Coupon 10% I OFF SPRAY, STEAM OR DRY IRON Three different ironing jobs with one iron. Sprays fine mist on any heat setting. 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