Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 20, 1973 · Page 5
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, July 20, 1973
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§Qlii^fl,ReQisteNMQll # Jkl(fej »bMf <i» HI.' Friday,,, July 20, 1973 S m h Bishop Caroline Wilson, one, of five Knox College students working at Bishop Hill on an archeological project, is shown excavating for post holes on the site of an old stable located behind the Bjorktand Hotel. The students are working under a grant, from the Illinois urn Dig Department of Conservation and are searching for data to be used in building a duplicate of the original stable. The project is a continuation of last summer's search end wijl run until Aug. 4. (Register-Mail photo by Steve Stout.) Bushnell Recreation Events Scheduled BUSHNELL — A number of events are being planned by the Bushnell Recreation Department. A pool party will be held Saturday for boys and girls who participated in a recent fundraising activity — selling subscriptions for the local newspaper. Any other children who want to participate must pay a 50-cent admission charge. >The party will be held from 6-8 p. m. and a cookout will follow. Games for all ages and prizes w.ll be featured. First in a series of campouts at Lake Wildwood Haven near Bushnell was held Wednesday night. Two more are scheduled for July 23 and 25. Registration is still open for these dates at East Elementary School. A Next week's activities will include a pop-drinking contest using baby bottles, cracker whistling, tall-tale telling, fruit tasting, watermelon eating and seed spit. Members of Bushnell Assembly, Order of Rainbow for Girls made plans to donate cakes to the Elms Nursing Home when they met Wednesday night at the Masonic Temple. The cakes are for the home's ice cream social scheduled July 25. Madame Thrasher presided as worthy adviser. Initiation will he conducted at the next regular meeting. Gerald Parham served as pro tern worthy patron and Mrs. Helen Lauterbach presided as worthy matron when members of Bushnell Lucile Chapter, Or- dtr of Eastern Star met Tuesday night at the Masonic Temple. Serving as pro tern associate patron was Wayne Opp. Other pro tern officers were Mrs. Ruth Turnbull, Mrs. Mary Virgin and Mrs. Jennie Morey. The altar was draped in memory of Mrs. Clara Harbaugh, Decatur, a past worthy grand matron, and for Mrs. Mary DJdlock Lyons, San Antonio, Tex. Mrs. Lyons formerly resided in Bushnell. A book was donated to the library as a memorial to Mrs. leu Klein. Next meeting will be Aug. 21. Members of the Bushnell- Prairie City High School Class of 1968 will have their 5-year reunion July 29 at Lake Wildwood Haven near Bushnell. A potluck picnic dinner will be served at noon. The following work schedule for Branch HI, McDonough District Hospital Auxiliary has been announced for next'week: Monday morning—coffee shop, Mrs. Louise Meloan, and Mrs. Ruth Turnbull; Thursday morning- coffee shop closed; gift shop, Mrs. Joan Rhodes; mail and flowers, Mrs. Katfaerine Stinson; children's services, Mrs. Betty Theobald; afternoon, gift shop, Mrs. Helen Snyder, in-| formation, Mrs. Lula Black; papers and errands, Mrs. Thurza Douglas; evening, information, Mrs. Velma Miller; Friday morning—coffee shop, Mrs Emma Dimmitt and Mrs, Bushnell MRS. JAY CLEMENS ' Correspondent Home Address: 560 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-224* The dt Ozarks Are Calling It's vacation time and this is perfect vacation country><-v The skies are bluer in the Ozarks - the water purer, the air cleaner - days are sunny and warm - nights cool and invigorating and HORSESHOE BEND Is Right In The Heart Of It All Seven beautiful lakes and the Strawberry River for boating, swimming, (swim in our big club pool), fishing - plenty of sparkling blue water but no Watergate. Year 'round golf, tennis, sbuffleboard, miniature golf, Kiddie's play ground, horseback riding • Everything you like to do.on vacation. Nightly entertainment in the Clubhouse square dancing bingo, country music. Horseshoe Bend is Exciting • It's FUN for every member of the family. It's a total living community with shopping pen* ter, churches, doctors, hospital« a place to relax in leisure comfort - an ideal spot for that vacation or retirement home. Here man and nature find peace and harmony. You are invited to come see it • come live it for three days and two nights—your lodging, modern, air conditioned, and use of the recreation facilities Free * won't cost you a cent. Fill out and mailvtbe reservations coupon below and be on you* way to a vacation you'll always remember, Gasoline? Check it — we did * there is plenty of gas all along your route, iRRE ]^SiGrSS3 ^9IIIIR ^^^^WEACCEPTYOURFRfEWCATiQN OFFER G ) R j I I WE ACCEPT YOUR FREE VACATION I (Not valid for Horwho* Club Members) Betty Dimmitt; afternoon, coffee shop, Mrs. Laveta Grimm; gift shop, Mrs. Bertha Nichols; information, Mrs. Fern Lanta, and papers and errands, Mrs. Vera Burke. List Services First Baptist —Virgil Kelly, interim pastor. Church school at 9; 15. Worship at 10:30. Sermon: "Devil Power." Evening [service at 7:30. Sermon: "Getting Dressed for God." , Christian—Tom Baird, minister. Bible school at 9:45. Worship at 10:45. Youth meeting and adult Bible study, both at 6:30. Worship at 7:30. United Methodist - Allen R. [Marrett, pastor. Church school it 9. Worship at 10. First United Presbyterian- Ralph W. Adamson, pastor I Worship at 9:30. A report on the 185th General Assembly of the United Presbyterian Church will be given by Hobart Lock Sr.' Galva MRS. SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third Ave. Phone 932-2725 |N »m«. ,...„....,„ I Addrew .. city ISUU Zip No. In Party § RESERVE • Tel (3 days-2 nights) , I Dates • [J Send Color Brochure, Map and Full Information I MAIL.TO: Horseshoe Bend Estates. Horseshoe Bend, Ark. 72536 | Adults-phlldre'n'" | Grain Company Seats Directors At Annual Meet GALVA — Two new directors of the Galva Co-Op Grain and Supply Co. were installed at a meeting last week. They are William R. Burhorn, LaFayette, and Wayne Chilberg, Bishop Hill. They fill posts vacated by Donald Jones and Dale Collinson who chose not to seek re-election. Incumbent directors seated were Lawrence Ericson, Maynard Corkill, Marvin Warner, Charles Rosander, Marlyn Carlson, Donald Nelson and Harland Cederberg. New manager of the company, Larry Nichols, was introduced to the members. William Conroy, former manager, has re* jsigned to take a postion with Imperial Grain Co., Imperial, Neb. Rev. Charles Willey, Moline, spoke at the annual meet. The Galva Men's Bowling Assn. will hold its fall organizational meeting July 31 at 8 p.m. at Eastgate Bowling Lanes. The date for the meeting was changed due to conflicts. The Bishop Hill Vasa Lodge will hold a hamburger fry in Bishop Hill Park July 27 at 6:30 p.m. Eats On the House The Dorze people of Ethiopia believe that well-fed builders erect better houses. While one iof their thatch-and-bamboo huts is under construction, .they ply the craftsmen with delicacies. Interest Rates Are First National Pays The Maximum! Type of Account 1 ^ 1 "StTST 1 NEW 4 Year Certificates of Deposit '1000 /hi NEW 2V2 Year to 4 Year Certificates of Deposit s 100 i *» i NEW 1 Year to 2Vz Year Certificates of Deposit 100 1 Up Vi°/o I 1 an< * 1 1 Golden Passbook Savings Automatically Effective July 1, 1973 s 100 fin 1 NEW 1 CERTIFICATES 190 Day 0F • **«7 DEPOSIT s 100 fin Regular Passbook Sayings Automatically Effective July 1, 1973 None UP Vi% M For Convenience; Fill Out the Following Coupon • "First Golesburg National Bank & Trust 200 E. MAIN, GALESBURG, ILL . «i40i I Enclosed please find $ for a certificate of deposit. I 90 Day Q 1 Year Q 2 Year Q 2Vi Year Q 4 Year Q Other | Interest Paid Quarterly by Check • Interest left in account to compound • Signed — For More Information Phono Colloct 342.4112, Extension 262, 274 or 269 I I I I | Phono Colloct 942.4112, j Extension 262, 274 or 269 Address Phone -j Now Is The Time To Make Your Sayings Plan and Assure Yourself of High Interest Rates! 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