Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 26, 1973 · Page 29
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 29

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, July 26, 1973
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Thursday, July 26, J 973 8f HI A Registers New Members MONMffifiH - Tntrty^ws new IDOIWWS were stgnea up during the r**nt enrollmeftt drive d the Warm County He a nh Improvement Assn. (H1A). ft* brings the total to Geyle Sw *nwn, Little York, and MiM Emily Kdler, Monmouth, were awarded health careers sctotetships. SwensM has enrolled at Stout State Uni- verity, Menomonie, Wis., and Miss Keller will study at Franciscan Hospital, Rock Island. Kyle Terpening, president of the MIA, announced today the following committee appointments for the annual meeting in October: Program, Phil Adkisson, chairman, and Mrs. Carl Schreck and Harold Winebright, and nominating committee, Mrs. Del House, chairman, and Miss Helen Flanagan and Mrs. Esther Malley. Reward Offered For Information In Bridge Fire GREENBUSH - Funds are now being collected for a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the party or parties responsible for setting fire to the covered bridge at Greenbush last month. Mrs. Richard Wolf, Greenbush, said anyone interested in contributing to the fund may do so at either the Tompkins State Bank at Avon or the Rushville State Bank. She said the money will be deposited and a record of tha donations will be kept. The money will draw interest and will be returned, with interest, to the donors if it has not been used within a 1-year period, Mrs. Wolf said. Roseville MRS. IRA LAND Correspondent Roseville P. 0. Box 14ft Phone 42*4642 41 -m Leaves for Camp Some of the girls waiting to board a bus at at Spring Lake at Macomb and Wednesday Harding School Wednesday were carrying night was the annual overnight for the girls, sleeping bags. All of the youth are attending The camp is sponsored by United Cerebral a 2-week camp for handicapped youngsters Palsy and supervised by volunteers. MONMOUTH Community Memorial Hospital Admissions Tuesday: Edward McCoy, Belmont, Wis.; Randall Montgomery, Mrs. Lillian Shawgo, Jeffrey, Hanson, Leland Brown, Monmouth. Dismissals Tuesday: Howard Williams, Oquawka; Miss Karen Wuerzburger, KeUhsburg; Miss Candi Hager, Richard McCullough, Monmouth; Mrs. Victor Legner, Lombard; Mrs. Sarah Meredith, Cameron. Births Tuesday: A daughter to Mr; and Mrs. William E. Bricker, Cambridge. Summer Camp For Handicapped At Spring Lake MONMOUTH—Summer camping activities for handicapped youth started this week at Sprang Lake at Macomb. A total of 28 young people between the ages of 6-19 are attending the 2 -week day camp which is sponsored by United Cerebral Palsy. The participants are from Warren, Hancock and McDonough counties. A bus which leaves Harding School each morning at 8 a. m. provides transportation for 10 young people from Monmouth, cne from Roseville, and four counselors. The theme for this year's camp is "Hawaii" and many of the crafts, games and studies are built upon the theme. For instance, ^^jssmap^^.: are learning Hawaiian music and making grass skirts for a program which they will present for their parents next Thursday. Other activities include fishing, games, music and crafts. Camping activities also include one overnight and a cookout for the girls and one for the boys. Y A German botanist who spent two years in Japan in the late 17th century first introduced the soybean plant to Europe. MONMOUTH Correspondent Mrs. Lorraine Stauth For News 112 S. 10th St. Phone 734-4721 For Missed Copies Before 6 P. M. Phone 734-4 )21 Priest's Farewell Set Tuesday MONMOUTH - A farewell reception for Rev. Paul E. Showalter, associate pastor of the Immaculate Conception Church, has been scheduled for Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. at the Immaculate Conception School hall. All friends are invited. Members of the Altar and Rosary Society of the church will serve dinner to out-of- town members of Father Shbwalter's family and visiting clergy. The dinner will be at the Knights of Columbus Hall preceding the reception. Father Showalter will leave Monmouth soon to begin his new duties as chaplain of the Central Catholic High School at Btoomington. He will also assume residence and additional parochial duties at the Holy Trinity Parish at Bloom- ington. He came to Monmouth seven years ago shortly after his ordination. His seminary training was at Saint Meinrad's at Saint Meinrad, Ind., and he received his master's in theology in 1970. In addition to his regular parish duties, Father Showalter taught religion classes at Immaculate Conception School and has headed the athletic program. He also taught in the Bible and Religion Department at Monmouth College and counseled students. Other local civic duties included serving as president of Chaplain's Staff at Community Memorial Hospital; participating as a panel member of the "Chat With the Clergy" program on Radio Station WRAM, and serving Mini Planes In Air Show At Roseville ROSEVILLE — Fourteen mini planes performed in an air show Sunday at Roseville in conjunction with the community's 125th anniversary. Some 400 persons attended the event. Six pilots, one a national champion, and the others in the expert competition category, maneuvered the planes in operations comparable to those of rr-gular planes. They engaged in mock combat and performed bomb drops, using eggs. The shew was sponsored by the anniversary celebration committee. Mrs. Otto Young was honored Monday night by neighbors in observance of her 80th birthday. Seventeen neighbors attended the surprise party. Later the group went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Steve DeCounter, where coffee was served. Members of the Happy Hustlers 4-H Club will meet Sunday at 6 p. m. at Avondale Lake near Avon for a family potluck dinner meeting. Persons attending should bring a basket of food, a beverage and table service. Members may swim from 4-6 p. m. The Braves won the Little League title Tuesday night, defeating the White Sox, 54. The Cards of the Pee Wee League defeated the Cubs 7-1 Tuesday and will meet the Indians tonight, for the champion- hip. The Christian education committee will meet Friday at 7:30 p. m. at the Roseville Christian Church. The board will meet Aug. 1 at 8 p. m. in the Fellowship hall. Truck Driver Diane Avery, 27, the first female graduate reasons she became a truck driver is her of Trainco, Inc., a truck driver training i ove f or the outdoors. "I found office work school, climbs into the cab of her truck. tQ UNIFAX Diane, a former secretary, said one of the Ohio State Prison Officials Defend Security Measures Alcoholics Anonymous, Birthright and Boy Scouts. At the Peoria diocese level, 1 e is a member of the Priests' Senate and is presently serving as priest-conductor of the j Pre-Cana marriage instruction program for the Mourn outh-G a lesburg area. He is also a past Grand Knight and current chaplain of Monmouth Council 1496 of the Knights of Columbus and a past president of the Warren County Ministerial Association. LUCASVILLE, Ohio (UPI) State prison officials today defended security measures used at the new Southern Ohio Corrections Facility, a maximum security facility, where two guards were shot to death Wayne Lester Raney, 25, Dayton, under a life sentence for murder, walked out of his unlocked cell Tuesday, shot a guard and then tied three other guards together with their belts and used them as a shield for one and one-half hours. Shot by Guard The other slain corrections officer, state officials said, was The rft Ozarks It's vacation time and this is perfect vacation country.^Y The skies are bluer In the Ozarks - the water purer, the air cleaner - days axe sunny and warm - nights cool and invigorating and HORSESHOE IEND Is Right In Tha 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, shuffleboard, miniature golf, Kiddie's play ground, horseback riding - Everything you like to do,on vacation. Nightly entertainment in the Clubbouw square dancing, bingo, country music. HoiMihoe Bsnd Is Exciting • It's FUN foe every member of the ftmUy* Ift a total living community with shopping center, churchei, doctors, hospital • a place to relax In leliure 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, sir conditioned, and use of the recreation facilities Free > won't cost you a cent. Fill out and mailt the reservations coupon below and be on S ur way to a vacation you'll always remember, Gasoline? «ck it — we did • there la plenty of gas all along your wute. i m ACCIPT voun FRES VACATION OFFIR (Net valid for Hemihet Giwb M«mtw$) GIR Monmouth College Summer Session Ends MONMOUTH — Glasses of the Monmouth College summer session closed last July 20. Some 83 Monmouth Col- LOSE UGLY FAT atari loalno. wtipht today OR MONEY BACK MONADEX to • tiny tabltt that wilt ritlp curb your de- sir* for *xc*sa food. Eat laaa-walgh Ian. Contains no dangaroua druga and will not maka you rmrvoua. No stranuoua axareis*. Changa your Ufa .. start today. MONADEX costs S3.00 for a 20 day supply and $5 .00 for twica tha amount. Los* ugly fat or your monay will ba rafundad with no questions asksd by; North llda Drugs — WO W. Seminary — Mall Orders Fitted. lege students and members of the Monmouth area were enrolled for the session. Tfae students participated in a number of classes this summer encompassing a wide range of subjects from the sciences to education. A apeciad (workshop was held earlier this summer about (Individually Guided Education (IGE) that was attended by Monmouth area teachers. Students living on campus were housed at Gibson Hall during the session. Through the Student Center, the on- campus students were provided with various films and trips. This year, courses for the summer session were offered in the regular 7-week sessions, or in two intensive 3V4- week sessions. The 1073-74 school year will begin in the first part of September with orientation for new students beginning on Sept. 5 and registration and classes starting on Sept. 10. | NlITIi f«(||||l||«|l|flMMIMII-l<IIMMMIfl)llfMIPMMI>|ll9MMIIMIi|<ll>lt|t|M|IIMllf >| g I Address City J J $J»t| »„„.,.,. ,,,&P No. In Party....................... ,1 I RESERVE - Adu«,,CI.I .«rw | |Ttl, (3 day* » 2 nights) ,| • Bates • 1 P send Color Brochur#< Map and Fulilnformatlpn I L JXlmmm'm^a^i^J^mmfmmmmm m ajtUe! \ TOUGH STUFF! Here) ore shoes that can lake it and A 1 fake if onef fake if. Durable leather uppers, long wearing soles, combine for the toughest boot in town. D!l ! by ffidicoff Johnson $15,99 $11.99 AVAILABLE C-EEE WAREHOUSE SHOE CENTER 120 i. MAIN ST. Open Men. 4 Fri 9*9 Sat. 9.6 PHONI 343*0725 T«e. thru Thwr, 9*5:30 one of the three hostages. He was apparently shot by a guard attempting to capture Raney. Bennett Cooper, director of the department, said today he was still uncertain why Raney's cell door had been unlocked and how the prisoner managed to obtain the weapon in a top security section of the max imum security facility. Stern measures are used routinely to insure inmates do not obtain "heavy weapons, drugs or other contraband," he said. Inmates Searched He said all inmates are searched immediately following all visits by relatives, including "thorough body search." Cooper said all packages, briefcases and pocketbooks are carefully checked before being allowed into the prison and all visitors are also subject to a search. Cooper ordered the prison's more than 1,000 inmates confined to their one-man cells while a "shakedown" of the prison was conducted. The cell- by-cell search for weapons 'began Tuesday evening and was expected to take several days to complete. LADIES DEPT. FINAL CLEARANCE of Our Ladies SUMMER SPORTSWEAR 1 Rack Assorted Sportswear Y 3 OFF Balance of Swimwear 1 '/ 2 OFF SHOP OUR NEW FALL SELECTION OF FAMOUS BRAND SPORTSWEAR NOW ON DISPLAY"USE OUR LAY'AWAY HAN AND SELECT EARLY §TERN &flELD DOWNTOWN GALiSIURG

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