Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 12, 1973 · Page 25
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, July 12, 1973
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Players Will Present Masters' Anthology omega Players will present Edtfar Let Mitten* "Spoon River Anthology" Saturday at G p.m. it the first United Methodist Chufdi. The performance will be given by (our young actors, ens of whom is Laity Evans. Evans comes to the Alpha- omega Players from Ohio where he received a B.S. from Ottertein College and an M. A. from Bowling Green State University. Evans has appeared in numerous college and com-' muntty productions and has spent four summers with edu* rational summer theaters. He worked three years with Otterbein College Religious Drama Touring Company. When poet Masters first presented his "Spoon River Anthology" to the American public SO years ago, It created a literary scandal because of it§ frankness. Set in the local cemetery, Masters lets the spirits of the village of Spoon River gossip freely about themeetvee, as well as about their neighbors who are still alive. Little by little the truths and hypoe risies of the town are revealed READ THE WANT ADS! The Saturday shoe that can work all week. Great for wetk-tncJ relaxing they're rugged enough for any action. Hiking, hunting or camping; building, dig* glng or tramping. Glove leather uppers and air-cuihion soles for comfort you'll have to feel to believe. $13.99 $18.99 Open Mon. & Fri. 9-9 Tue. thru Thur. 9-5:30 Sat. 9-6 120 E. MAIN ST. WAREHOUSE SHOE CENTER Gojcsburg Register Thursday. July 12. 1973 ffi Roseville MRS. IRA LAND Correspondent Roseville P. 0. Box 14$ Phone 428-2642 PH. 343-0725 Eight-Alarm Fire Intense heat and pressure blew out the front wall of the E-Zee supermarket, Baltimore, during an eight-alarm fire early today. More than 200 city firefighters battled the fire. At least one was injured. UNIFAX it's great day A day that begins with breakfast cooked and devoured out of doers can't be anything but great! Campers know this .. . and so do would-be campers. And the would-be campers are reading the Classified columns of their newspaper every day ... looking for the equipment they need to Join the growing movement to the great outdoors! If you have camping equipment you no longer use . , . or if you've bought a newer, more sophisticated camper, there's a ready market for whafs old to you. Tap that market with a low- cost ad in Classified, Golesburg Register-Mail CLASSIFIED ADS Phone 343-7181 Traveler Will Address CIC At Roseville ROSEVILLE - William Marten, Sibley, will be the guest speaker at the meeting of the CIC Class, Monday evening, at the Roseville United Methodist Church. Marten, a brower-m-law of the Rev. Phillip Merritt, pastor of the church, has traveled extensively in Europe and Asia, and has taught school in Australia. His talk will be Illustrated with slides of these countries. Following the meeting, refreshments will be served at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Kidder, hostess, with Mrs. John Felt, Mrs; Harold Brown and Mrs. Dorothy Wilson, assisting. Children of the community are being invited to view the free movies Friday at 3 p.m. at the Roseville Library. The new shelterhouse at the Roseville park has been constructed, and is ready for use diiring the Warren County Fair. The pole building has a cement floor, and will be used this year by the Roseville Christian Church, sponsors of the food stand. In past years, a large tent was rented for this purpose. Throughout the rest of the year, the public will be able to use the shelterhouse for picnics and other events. The Roseville women's softball team won its game with Kirkwood Tuesday night, 15-8, at Kirkwood. Tonight, .the Kirkwood women will travel to Roseville to meet the Roseville team, following the little League rain game, Campora Returns Peron's Military- Rank, Uniform BUENOS AIRES (UPI) President Hector J. Campora restored a general's title and uniform Wednesday to former President Juan D. Peron, who was stripped of his military rank 18 years ago. When the military overthrew Peron in 1955, they appointed a special court that found the former president "unworthy" of membership in the armed forces. Peron has been addressed as lieutenant general since Campora took office May 25. But a decree signed by Campora made it official Wednesday. Correspondent Mrs. Lorraine Stauth For News 112 S. 10th St. Phone 734-4721 For Missed Copies Before 6 P. M. Phone 734-4121 Monmouth College Reports $550.000Gift From Donor •li> MONMOUTH — Monmouth College has received an£ unrestricted gift of $550,000 from a donor who desires tgr: remain anonymous. College president Richard D. Stine announced the gift" saying it came near the close of a successful year ir£ annual giving in which, for the second year in a row, con^ tributions to the college from private sources have ap» proached $1.5 million. 'X."Gifts of this nature," said Stine, "represent a signify cant milestone in the securing of the sound financial position of Monmouth College. We are grateful for this expression of confidence in Monmouth's future as a high quality independent liberal arts institution," Stine con-, tinued. According to Stine, the gift will probably become parF | of the college's quasl-endowment, the funds of which are" left intact to earn interest income used by the college for general program purposes. St. James A. M. E. Church Will Observe Anniversary^ MONMOUTH — An observation of the 105th anniversary of the St. James A.M.E. Church, 900 S. Third St., will begin tonight with an ice cream social and a concert by the Monmouth Municipal Band. The major portion of the observation is planned, however, for July 15-22 when special events are scheduled for each day. Sunday at 4 p.m. Rev. Amos Chester, pastor of the Bethel A.M.E. Church, Davenport, Iowa, will be the featured speaker and the choir will provide the special music. Monday evening's service at 7:30 p.m. will feature the Rev. L. B. Johnson, pastor of the Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church, Galesburg. Bethel A.M.E. Church, Kc- wanee, and its pastor, Rev. J A. Barr, will be in charge of the services Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Rev. A. C. Wright Jr. will be in charge of the sermon and music at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. Mr. Wright is the pastor of the St. John A.M.E. Church, Burlington, Iowa. Rev. Robert Clay, Chicago, pastor of the Greater St. Paul A.M.E. Church, will officiate Thursday. On Friday evening, Rev. S. looks of .the Wayman Chapel A.M.E., Rock Island, will be the speaker. Choirs from neighboring churches will join in a singspira- tion Saturday evening, July 21. Several special services will be held Sunday, July 22. A former pastor, Rev. Anne Barton, now of the Cecil Gregg Memo­ rial A.M.E. Church at Chicago,, will conduct the morning service. The men's chorus ot St. Mary's Church, Chicago, will be a part of the morning and afternoon program. The Cclia Gregg Memorial Youth choir will also furnish music at both services. Highlight of the week-long. Observance will be the mortgage burning ceremony July 22 at 5 p.m. Rev. Henderson Davis, Des Moines, Iowa, presiding elder will be in charge. The community is invited ,tb attend any or all of the services. Rev. Fred M. Starling is the present pastor of the church. MONMOUTH Community t Memorial Hospital Admissions Tuesday: Rudolph Almaguer Sr., Louis Burk, Mrs! Nancy Barron, Joseph Gren Sr.; Miss Karen Hasting, David Sti; vers, Vernon Smith, John Lqjjs- don, Mrs. Jack Rountree, Monmouth. I i Dismissals Tuesday: Mrs. Catherine Hamilton, Miss Ton- yica Toops, Frank Adams, Mrs. Mary Hogue, Monmouth; Michael Robbins, Keithsburg. Births Tuesday: A son to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shimmln, Monmouth. READ THE WANT ADSl BIG CLEARANCE SALE! ON 1973 JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTORS WE'RE MAKING ROOM FOR THE 1974 MODELS 135 H.P. JUfl. $1797.00 NOW $ 1497°° 115 H.P. Reg. $1597.00 NOW 1350 00 85 H.P. Rag. $14*7.00 NOW $ 1250°° 25 H.P. Reg. $615.00 NOW $52500 20 H.P. Reg. $580.00 NOW W ALSO 9'/ 2 H.P. 4 H.P. 2 H.P. BCAAS CENTER 1700 GRAND AVE. PH. 343.8988

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