Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 27, 1973 · Page 34
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 34

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, July 27, 1973
Page 34
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r -J •4 CMIfUWII wci v incniMrs ot we Committee ted when li VFW llinry Post 14tt met Wednes day night it the VFW Mall. Chairmen, as announced by Mrs. Martha Snyder, the president, include Mrs. Zella MascD, Mrs, Barbara Knott and Mrs. Sharon Miller, delinquent and investigating; Mrs. Karen Fur- ( membership; Mrs. Irma Fuhiias; national home; Mrs; Daisy Yftcum, rehabilitation; Mrs. Betty Ford, hospital, and Mrs. Donna McCance, legislative. Others include Mrs. Marie Everly, Americanism; Naomi McCance, poppy; Mrs. Marilyn Martin, child welfare; Mrs. Ruth Johnson, cancer aid and research; Mrs.. Mary Ruth Dudman, publicity; Mrs. Mary Lou Bartlett, coram vice; Mrs. Lyla McCance, civil defense; Mrs. Janet Thrasher, youth activities; Mrs. Mildred Cromer,) grave . registration; Mrs. Lois Mood, blood donor drug abuse and safety, and Mrs Hannah Millver, sick and flowers. District Meet Mrs. Auxiliary officials announced that an 8th District meeting will be held Aug. 5 at 2 p.m. at the Macomb American Legion Hall. A ham dinner will be served at noon. Members who plan to at' tend, should contact Mrs. Zella Mason, secretary. Mrs. Snyder told members that there is still a critical need for Betty Crocker coupons to be used by the 1 National Home, Eaton Rapids, Mich., to obtain a fire truck for the home. The home's volunteer fire department is composed of teen-age boys, Who need a new truck to replace an antiquated ofte. Mrs. Snyder /noted that the project, sponsored by the National VFW Auxiliary, still needs 4,326,000 coupons. Only 10 months remain to collect them, she said.' Auxiliary members will work mdng Pool, coriaet Mrs. ie Bushnell Swim- Volunteers should Betty Peterson, her social night out will be held Aug. 15. Members are to meet at the VFW Mall by 6:30 p.m. Next meeting will be Aug. 22. Piano Coming Because of the of success ice cream Wednesday night's social, a piano.seems assured for the Elms Nursing Home at home offi- 111, McDonough District Mos- plal Auxiliary ncunced for the following week: Monday mornings-coffee shop, Mrs. Ruth Curtis; mail and flowers, Mrs. Frances Kiken- daU; afternoon, coffee shot), Mrs. LaVeU Grimm; informa* tier, Mrs. Garnet Formhals, and Thursday moming--coffee shop, Mrs. Beulah Cowperthwaite and Mrs. Bernice Wagner Averted QALVA - A swious fire was narrowly averted Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson. the Johnsons arrived home shortly after 4:» p.m. to di* An alarm smoke in their home was turned in at the Fire Department "irifflimttes alter. The fire, which De€n an " ! started in the basement of the home, was believed to have been caused by faulty wiring. When discovered, it had burn* ed into the flooring of a first floor bedroom, scorching the wood and the carpet pad. The incurred heavy smoke whaton ot h tr channtlt without Ittvino your chair damage and Mrs. Johnson said today that the entire residence will have to be cleaned. Bushnell, nursing cials said. About $400 netted from the fund-raising project., Work schedule Benkendorf was hostess Wednesday night at a slumber was i —honor of Jane Stephens Young w&l present the Mayor's Cup. Former Galvan Rich Faik is the defending champion. Cochairmen of this year's event are Will Thomson and Don Ivie. An art teacher is expected to be hired by the School District 224 Board of Education at its next meeting, Aug. 13. Only for Branch FFA Winners Are In Fair Judging BUSHNELL bers of the Seven mem- Bushnell-Prairie Bushnell, who recently returned from a 10-day pack trip in the Rawah Wild Area of Colorado. Others attending were Tina Van- Vtlsor, Loretta O'Connor, Connie Walters, Nancy Norcross and Kandie Promisson, all of Bushnell. List Services + First iCity High School FFA Chapter J placed high this week in the Section 11 FFA Fair contest at Augusta. .Winners in the dairy judging were Steve Hess, Bushnell, who showed the grand champion male and won the showmanship trophy, and Scott Hess, Bushnell, reserve champion male; sheep division, Jay Melvin, Bushnell, who showed the grand ! champion ram over-all and Steve Lovejoy of near Prairie City, grand champion ewe overall. Beef judging, Rod McGrew of near Prairie City, champion Angus heifer and Dan McGrew of near Avon, reserve champion bull over-all, and swine judging, Steve Paul of near Prairie City, reserve champion Hampshire gilt and reserve champion boar. Baptist- interim pastor, at 9:15. Worship at 1 men: "That Other -Virgil Kelly, Church school tner residents are expected to participate. A dinner will be served that evening at the dub* house when Mayor James B. remains to be fill Uvitfes are |ed to complete the faculty for year. The position left vacant by the re cent resignation of Gaie Liesman, head basketball coach remains to be fitted. Applicants are being intervierwed for that position by Superintendent Milo Watson. L _ r _ _ G a 1 v a day a scheduled Aug. 17 at Midland the 1973-74 school Country Club. This will be the 28tii annual men's gotfing event and about 200 residents and tor- • change channels • turn «*t on/off from across (fit room/ iimulatitf TV reception. -1 4 Allende Aide Assassinated i SANTIAGO. Chile (UPI) News." Christian—Tom Baird, minister. Bible school at 9:45; Worship at 10:45. Youth meeting „ Capt. Arturo Araya, naval aide ™*^jto President Salvador Allende, Sermon: Good was assassinated early today in a submachine gun duel with a band of terrorists who lured adult Bible study, both him balcony of his 6:30 p.m. Worship at 7:30. Sunday mil be the last day Baird will serve as minister. A new minister will arrive soon. A potluck dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Baird will be held Sunday at 1 p. m. at the church. suburban home by exploding bombs in the garden below. The pa jama-clad Araya, a submachine gun at the ready, stepped out onto floor balcony to investigate the explosives followed by the actual assassins or whether any of the attackers had been wounded by Araya. Araya and his wife had attended a reception at the Cuban Embassy with Allende to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the revolution which brought Fidel Castro to power in Cuba. Police said they had retired for the night and were awakened G i shouts when the terrorists, believed to number about 10, opened fire. He returned the fire but soon slumped to the floor, mortally wounded. It was the first attempt in the street followed a few moments later by a second in their garden. A presidential spokesman said the body of Araya, 45, would lie in sflate at the United Methodist - Allen R. Marrett, pastor. Church school at 9. Worship at 10. First United Presbyterian- Ralph W. Adamson, pastor.j a P** Allende s stait since Araya's wife, Alicia EXTRA! TW« TV rtmomtwrs to turn im\1 off if you forget Htr*/» how. H you're watettiftQ a TV program «nd tail atteep without turning off Mt.. .whin the •tttion $top$ trtnmfttlng a TV slgnif and goat off tha air for If* avanfog, thaSIumbtr faatura goaa into action and automatically turna off tha aat for you. IT'S THE IDEAL TV FOR THE BEDROOM M 1 1. L 1 This portable TV hat presidential palace day. -m T Worship at 9:30* No worship at the church Aug. 5 and 12. dwucu uumai^ -^lleast 10 pSTSOttS side the presidential palace j ^gup June 29, in which 22 persons that riddled slain. It came at a time growing 1 political unrest which the ond labor the government has warned could bring civil war to Chile. The government attributed Araya's assassination to the 'e in the her husband's body with gunfire. She told police they had returned around midnight from attending a 26th of July Cuban marks ng a celebration at Embassy. The AM. tie date ton and automatically twitch in proaat Brightness Javala, And, you maintain tha whan changing channata. Fidel Castro's unsuccessful u • Li- i M .% * . . assault on the MoncadEa Bar- fES*^* F *&Fi and - racks in 1953 which started the terminded last month's abortive military revolt. Hie movement admi" BIG VALUE AT ONLY Hotfal AP40IHW. 14* pictuiw (maatorad diagonal^, picture and sound. Earphone Included. Walnut grain high impact plasty. planning the rev* after went underground after the attempt but pledged to continue its efforts to overthrow Allende. Araya's assassination "corresponds to a typical fascist action of Fatherland and Liberty," a presidential spokesman said. The spokesman said Araya and Allende's other two military aides had received several anonymous threats since the revolt. ABende rushed to the military hospital where Araya was pronounced dead and then mobilized "a great number" of police to search for the terrorists. Police said "several" persons had been arrested. It was not known immediately whether those arrested included The bombs exploded about an hour later, she said. Araya got out of bed and went out on the balcony window to investigate when the terrorists opened fire, she said. Araya was pronounced -dead on arrival at a hospital a few miles from his home. makers ofQuisat: color TV SEE A DEMONSTRATION TODAY AT... WE SERVICE WHAT WE 850 E. MAIN ST. Your Bank Lobby Open Three neida High Classes Hold Reunion ONEIDA—Oneida High School classes of 1942, 1943 and 1944 hold a reunion and potluck dinner July 22 at the Oneida American Legion Hall. The iw 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Daily Monday t h r u Thursday 9:00 A.M. to 7:30 P.M. Friday + J * i 9:00 A.M Noon Saturday. Your Drive was given Edward Bowman, and Be , Gummerson and Florence Sand berg read class poems after the dinner. Charles Holmes was elected chairman for the next reunion in 1977. Others elected were j Ed Bowman, secretary; Joanne; Worrell, treasurer, and David! Rittenhouse and Mary Agnes Ringberg, committee members. Don Russell was master of ceremonies when prizes were awarded. Marianna Theobald, GreocastSe, Ind.> was given a prize Cor traveling the farthest Others recognized were Tiny Foster, most b^ld-headed; James Mage, least gray hair and most grandchildren, and David Rittenhouse, class member with the youngest cluld. Door Mrs. Windows 7:00 Open 7:00 . Monday thru Thursday, 7:00 AM. to 7:30 P.M. on Friday and 7:00 A.M. to Noon on Saturday. Drive In or Walk In THANK YOU GRAND SERVICE 342.0141 prizes were won by Vincent Frederickson, Marilyn Jotason, Beverly Lehmann, Mrs. David ftitteohouse, Eruee Worrell, Howard merson and Don Russell Committee for the reunko was Mrs. Howard Gummerson, Don Russell, Mrs. Keith Foster aiid Mrs. Gene Cruce. were Mr. and Mrs. Can Pay All Your Util This Bank COMMUNITY BANK HENDERSON ST IE 3424161 Guests Emory Erickson and Sie Johnsou. MEMBER F.O.I.C. Your Wide Awake Bank READ THE WANT ADS! i 4

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