Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 31, 1973 · Page 12
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V 12 jSolesburq Register-Moil, 6dlesburq, Knights Drum, Bugle Corps Tuesday, Jyk 31, 1973 at 4 &ALVA^tfte Ktfghfc el Kemm OHttt and Bugle Ceirps took' Jttst: pl&ce at ther Ottawa Friendship Days festival with a store of W.85. the group won ever a field of six drum and bogle corps tram Belleville, Des Plaines, Mt. Prospect, Skokie and Springfield. TAKE TIME to READ enny. Twict Weekly in the Galesburg Register*Mail Tt» Uftit took a fifst place in marching and manuevers, and second place in bugles end gen* eral effect. It also took first place ad a march unit in a pa* fade Sunday afternoon in Ottawa. Hie corps also ranked fifth in competitkw Saturday at (he Wisconsin Music Festival. Drum Major Gal Korth, of Galva, led the corps to its Week* end victory. Home Address: 24 NE Third St. Phone MSM tomorrow is the deadiinev for students who plan to apply for the Illinois State Scholarship grants available for- financial assistance, according to an.an­ nouncement made by Black Hawk College East Campus*. Application forms and requirements may' be obtained by contacting the financial aids of ik -e at the Quad Cities campus of Slack Hawk College. Information is also available from the Deah of Student Services at the east campus. Indiana Joins Schools in Bus Fight INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)-The state of Indiana has joined several metropolitan Indianapolis school systems in seeking to overturn a controversial federal court busing plan designed to end racial segregation in tine Indianapolis schools. Attorney General: Theodore L. Sendak filed notice of an appeal Monday with the U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals at Chicago on behalf of Gov. Otis Bowen, state School Supt. Harold H. Negley and other state officials. The action had been expected soon after Federal Judge S. Hugh Dillin's July 20 ruling, which found that "the officials of the state charged with oversight of the common schools have done almost literally nothing and certainly next to nothing" to activate a 1949 law forbidding racial segregation in public schools. The order was ;• tantatnoun t of a mandate for the Indiana Legislature to devise a plan for desegregation. In an interim order which includes the unilateral busing of about 4,509 black students from Indianapolis to suburban school systems^in eight counties in the Wednesday, Aug, 1st $450 BUSILLA CREWEL PICTURE KIT Reg $9.00 PARAGON KIT $ J #0110 WATERMELON Reg 9.99 *| SPINNERINS POLYKNIT YARN 100% POLYESTER Reg. $1.00 WINSOME AFGHAN KIT Reg. $15.00 BUCILLA PILLOW KIT Reg. $6.00 Yarn Shop metropolitan Indianapolis area; Dillin Offered (the Indiana Legislature the mandate, indicating nonacceptance of the challenge would prompt the court to act. Dillin originally found the Indianapolis school system guilty of segregation in 1968. That de cision was subsequently upheld through appeals to the U.S. Supreme Court. 342 E. Main St. - Galesburg - Ph. 342-5813 Raritan Church Circle Members Picnic at Park RARITAN — Priscilla Circle members held their annual.pic­ nic at Stronghurst Park July 16. John Butler has been a patient ait Burlington Memorial Hospital for the past several weeks. James B. Kane, son of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Kane, Media, celebrated his first birthday at a family gathering July 15 at the home of his parents. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Alexander, and Janet, Downing, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. John W. Kane, Arthur, Dan, Frank and Bob, Media; Kelly Lillard, Stronghurst; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ruddy, John Cronin and John Tierney. all of Joliet, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Larkin, Gladstone. Rev. Reuben Ongna, pastor of Raritan Reformed Church, and Mrs. Ongna are in Oak Harbor, Wash., for the wedding of their daughter. They expect to j be gone two weeks. Mrs. Ethel Kirkland, Tampa, Fla., recently visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brokaw. Debbie Bailey has returned home after a 2-week visit ait the home of her sister, Mrs. Everett McKeown, who resides in Indiana, i feUSKNELL - Students from BusfaneM*P f a trie City Htiri School won the swieptea award and more than $1,900 in prise money at the V«Ag PKif at Aoguste last week. Bttshfteli ^.Prairie Ciity PFA 'members showing champions/at the fair incJoided Steven Paul, champion market single in sWihe and reserve and reserve •nipion gilt in all breeds; Dan McGrew, grand chanipfon horse and showmanship award; Steve Lovejoy, grand champion ewe; Jay Melvin,grand champion ram; Ken Sorrels, reserve champion ram in all breet Rod McGrew, champion Angus female. Other ratings won by numbers were Steven Hess, dairy, reserve champion female, 4 A's, B's, and crops, 4 B's; Dan Williams, crops, 2 B's; Roger Still, corri, B, and .garden, A's and .1 B; Mike Sharon, beef, Jury of Six May Be Made, For Civil Cases ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Juries in civil cases tried in the U.S. District Court in St. Louis will be limited to six members, instead of the usual 12. '. Chief Judge James H. Meredith ssffld Monday the count-has experimented wMh the six-member jury for more than a year, and that the four District Court judges' have not found any difference in the results from a 12-member jury. Meredith said the count received authorization for the change from the U.S. Supreme Court last month in a ruling in a Montana case that the federal courts could order six-member juries for iall civil cases. . Court officials estimate that the limited jury will save about $299 on each civil trial because the number of potential jurors ait $20 a day plus expenses will be reduced from 22 to 14. Big-Hearted Birds Relative to body weight, hummingbirds may have the biggest hearts of all birds. A study of 68 varieties of birds in the United States and Panama turned up none with hearts larger in pro? portion to body size. • I 3 A's and 1 C; Perry Simett, Wfll, B; Bob Ea^, crops, 2 B's; Delbert Emory, swine, 5 A's, 2 B's, beef, .i, A's and titfa, 2 A's; Jeff Biftb&ll, garden, 2 A's, 1 B. fcck Fergu&rt, crops^ 2 B's; Ken Sorrells, sheep, 4 A's; Dart McGrew, beef, 4 A's, 3 B's, crops, 4 B's, ;horses, 1 A; George Haynes, garden,. 1 A; barcyKessler, beef, 2 A's, 3 B's; Greg PenSinger, com, B; Rod McGrew, beef, 6 A's, 1 B, horses, 2 <C's, swine, 1 A, 1 B; Jay Melvin, sheep, 8 A's; Steve Lovejoy, sheep, 7 A's; Jori Sweney, trees, 1 B; E, L, Barker, corn, IB; Ken Curtis, corn, 1 B; Scott Hess, dairy, 2 A's, - 5 B's, crops, 2 B's; Steven Paul, 12 A's,,.and Robert Hinohee, garden, 1 A, 2 B's. - . The'BushneMrPr a i r ie City High:School class of 1968 met for its filthr: reunion • Sunday at Lake Wildwood Haven near BUS Home Atidtm 660 Kuril St. PtiMm Bushnell. A family picnic was followed by a briefs business meeting and an afternoon of recreational activities. ', Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Chris (Christine Boyd),-Canton; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bucheh, Mf. and Mrs. Chuck (Sharon Dallefeld) McElvaine, Mr. and Mrs. Dell Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Larry:(Beverly Ogle) Nasland, MlsS Becky Ogle and Bob Fitzgerald, all of Avon; Miss Susan Bucher. Cedar Rapids, . Iowa; Mr. and • Mrs. Jack (Shirley , Buley) Harty; Mr. and Mrs. Tom (Terry Heaton). Carley ahd Chuck Storie- kirig, all rtf Prairie City; Rick Crowl, Lenexa, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Don (Nikkie Elarh) Wilcoxen, Lew- ist6Wh. • , Mr. and Mrs. Tom Franek artel Mr. ahd Mrs. Mike (LaUra Ly6ns) Steelman, Macomb; Mr, ahd'Mrs. (Amy Freburg) Lewis, Galesburg; Mr. ahd Mrs. Don Hawkins, Mascoutah'; Mr> and Mrs. Delbert (Cheryl. Jones) McGee,-Dunfermline; Mr. and Mrs. Mark .Tones,- Olney; Mr. ahd Mrs. Gary Keener, London Mills'; Mr. and Mrs. Paul (Jenny Kerska) Vaneil, Good Hope; Gary LaFary, Walnut Grove; Mr. and Mrs. John (LeAlta McCord) Ayfers, Cartton; David McGrew, Walnut Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Markham.Bar- dolph; Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Laftwell,- EdwardsViUe; Hon Myers, ft. Rl«bh- ie, Md.; JiWi Niestfadi, Springfield; iMf. and MrS. Larry (Berta Parkef) Raymond, Haftrta City; Mf. tfrtd Mrs. Wally Post, Anderson, Ind.; Mr. ilhd Mrs. Darald HaVens, Mafietta; Mr. and Mrs.- Jack (Connie Rdfcfc) SchliecH, Cuba; Judy Smfth, CSh- tbn! Steve St. Clair, Washington; Doh Theobald, Champaign; Greg Theobald, Des Moines, Iowa; Miss Linda Thompson; Chamofs; Mo.; James WalUck, Smithfield; ftob [Welch, New Orleans, La.; Pat Wiest, Macomb; Mr. and Mrs. Lylfe iVoung, ^ayettevine, N.C.; Mr. and |Mrs.-Tom (Dana Yociim) Ford, L»6wisto1vn Charles Beatty, Daryl. Bofdii's, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Brown, Mr. [and Mrs. Kevin Smith, Celeste Darling, Mr. and.Mrs. Jerry Ebert, Mrs. Marjofie' (Gillette) Spiker, Mr. and Mrs. John (Susan Havens) Lb- |gan, Mr. and Mrs.jon ingles, David Livingstdn, Mr. ahd Mrs. Michael McCleery, Mr. .and Mrs. Larry Mason, Gary Murfin, Mr. and Mrs. Larry (Fay Parker) Ebbert, aU of Bushnell. J 1 • Mr. and Mrs, Jerry PesUe, Miss Sharon Pierce, Mr.. and Mrs. Marty Post,.Mr. and Mrs, Don Promisson, Ron, Snyder, MarshaU Spangler and Rod.Williamson, also-front Bushnell. KNOX COUNTY FAIR Main Gate Admission £L 00 A CAR LOAD TU ES.-WED.-TH URS. Bring The Whole Family FOR ONLY $ 1.00 A CAR LOAD Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. Only Before 4 PM INCLUDES FREE AUTO PARKING

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