Galva Family Will Host Tcrn-agcr From Yugoslavia GALVA ^ A 17-year-oid Ytf Golesburq Register-MoiI, Galesburg, §OBWV gfft WW 1BBRB IRr IMUe In Galva during tie coming •shoot year under the Youth •or uineninanB troBjrwit Her wine is Ines Bakea ^She will arrive in late August Hid MR LOW LOW COST AUTO INSURANCE Coatect: Tony Lischwe MIlllKS MUTUAL INS. 411 BANK Of GALESBURG BLDG. 34M1M or 343-MM m stay m th§ Roy Heldutg t*my. The victor b «rrm VaraiduT, a town about therfte of Gale* *"^eBS" WMt^wl^Mfl S^C*wH MBI^p ^TaHi^RieiflMI IMIRI> nBr SROBr WofM MS (CAiue UMIEUUBI ; ner IIMMM is A nurse. tees, who speaks English and German, as well as her native tongue, has a brother who is 14 ' ' The Hotting fam #y has tour icniniren, man, a senior at tne University, of ItppMisr firuce, a sophomore at the University of Missouri; Nancy, a junior at Galva High School, and Jeff, a seventh grade student at Galva Middle School Holding is editor and .publisher of the Galva News, and his < MRS. SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 Mfi TWfd & Phone mm Friday, Aug. 3, 1973 7 MOTOROLA <m»a$ur»d dl$gonilty) WORKS IN A DRAWER 11 * COLOR TV Insta-Matic COLOR TUNING Push on* button to automatically • balance color hue, Intensity, contrast, brightness... even . activate the automatic fine tuning INSTANTLY. And automatic color circuits help keep color . constant when changing channels or when signal varies, • GIANT-SIZE 25* PICTURE (measured diagonally) Giant-size Motorola Bright Picture Tube brings the action "close up." Biggest screen size in color TV... and the picture dazzles with clean, criso detail. ftEPLACEABLE PLUG-IN MINI-CIRCUITS Dependable mini- circuits contain solid state components that replace all but four chassis tubes. If a replacement is ever needed, the mini-circuits plug out and in, so repairs take only' minutes, usually right at home. Model WU918HP. Mediterranean Credenza Styling. Mission Paean grain finish on genuine hardboard. Decorative parts of non- wood molded material. Easy roll casters.' $575.00 LOWEST PRICE EVER DUNN & MIEN 850 E. MAIN WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL wife is a substitute teacher for me uatva scnooi LHSOTC*>. The annual Faik family reunion will be heM Sunday, Aug. 12, Mi the Bishop m Colony school A potiuck dinner wili be served at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Wiffian Tarteton and Miss Ruth Saves Love From Oven After Spat POOLfc, England (UPI) After a spat with his girl friend, Brian Sloman drove away, thought about it for a while and went to her home to apologize. He looked into her kitchen window, he said Thursday, and saw her kneeling on the floor with her head in the gas oven. Sloman smashed the window, scrambled into the kitchen and hauled Elaine Nelson from the oven. "Darling," he said. Don't be silly, I didn't mean it. I still love you." ^ Then, he said, Miss NelsOn, 18,.shook her head. "What do you think you are doing?" he said she asked. "I was only drying my hair." Miss Nelson said she went home after the row to wash her hair but found her hair-dryer would not work. "So," she said, "I decided to dry my hair quickly in the gas oven, which I've done before. If Brian thought I would end my life over a silly row he must be crazy." Johnson are in charge of the ^jtJtBj^^ dUsMB ^SHavjeMdauai oonee cmminuec. ' The Galva United Methodist Church men's organization will hold an lee caeam social tonight on the church lawn with serving to begin at 5 p.m. x 'Time for Tots 9 Personnel Meet ALPHA-nPersonnel for ''Time for Tots" met July 30 at the United Methodist Church to discuss plans for the program. Afternoon and morning sessions for the children's program will begin Sept. 11 at the church. Members indicated more eojutyjuient is nceneu, sucn as a storage) cabinet, books and toys. The group wiill meet again Aug. 28 ait 1 p.m. at the church. Directors are Mrs. Roger Asplund and Mrs. Keith Clement. Motorists Asked To Slow Down WASHINGTON (UPI) American motorists have been asked by the Senate to conserve gasoline by reducing driving speeds. The Senate adopted a resolution by voice vote Thursday and sent it to the House. It asks motorists 4© reduce their speed by 10 miles an hour on roads where the speed limit is 55 miles an hour or higher on weekends and holidays until after Labor Day. Bushnell Rainbow Girls Plan Ice Cream Social Project BUSHNELL - The Bushnell Assembly, Order of RafeAow for Girls, made plam Wedncs day for a homemade ice cream social as a fund-raising project. The plans were discussed during a meeting at the Masonic Temple, with Marianne Thrasher, worthy adviser, presiding. The social is scheduled for Aug. 24, during the Town end Country Festival and wiU be he'd at the corner of East Hurst and Crafford streets. Also reported at the meeting were the results of a sendee project donation of cakes to the Elms Nursing Home ice cream social. The social assured the nursing home of enough funds to buy a piano. Teresa Markley was initiated into membership during the meeting. Two minor traffic accidents were reported recently by Bushnell police. Ronald J. Weber, 25, of near Bushnell, was issued a citation Saturday far careless driving after his car collided with one driven by Ines L. Havens, 51, of Marietta. The Havens vehicle was stopped at the East Barnes- Green Street intersection preparing to make a left turn when Weber's car struck it in the rear. No injuries were reported. A car driven by Lyle D. Webb, 65, 6 Lakeview Dr., Bushnell, was struck hi the right rear Bunco Club Meets In New Windsor NEW WINDSOR — The Bunco Club met July 25 at the home of Mrs. Guy Leonard. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Leona Bojpp and Mrs. Ava Nelson. The next meeting of the club will be Sept. 5 at ittue home of Mrs. Ava Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. George Roquet, New Windsor, were honored on their 54th wedding anniversary at a family dinner July 29 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Medd, Davenport. Ethel! It's 'Eat your food AND you'll grow up« k «X our father*... not 'OR you'll grow up like your fatherT' 10 DAYS ONLY CASH & CARRY SPECIAL ANDERSON HICKEY DESKS Walnut Tops with Steel Base. Center Drawer with Lock in. Black or Tan. 30x60 Size Reg. Price $147.90 CASH & CARRY PRICE 55x24 Site Reg. Prici) $131.48 CASH & CARRY PRICE - sggss STENO DESK with 30x16" Return and 55x24 Regular Top Regular Price $171.04 $19050 CASH & CARRY PRICE elwV WILKINSON'S BUY NOW & SAVE Prices Good till Aug. 10 Office Supply Compony 107 I. MAIN ST. Downtown Go Iff burg Tuesday by a truck driven by John F. Gibson, 27, of Good Hope. Webb was approaching the drive to the P&S Mobile Home Sales on 1U. 41, when thej truck, turning to go north on 111. 41, struck the Webb car. Gibson said he did not see the car, and was ticketed for failure to yield to oncoming traffic. No injuries' were reported. Work schedules for Branch III, McDonough District Hospital Auxiliary have been announced for next week. Thursday afternoon, coffee shop, Mrs. Petty Walton. Friday moming coffee shop, Mrs. Kathy Fayhee and Mrs. Louise Meloan; mail and flowers, Miss Beverly Camp. Friday afternoon r coffee shop, Mrs. Flora Weaver; information desk, Mrs. Jessamine Schafer. Women's Mission Circle of the Baptist Church will meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Elms Nursing Home for an evening of sewing. Boy Scout Troop 343 wiU meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the United Methodist Church. List Services First Baptist - Virgil Kelly, interim pastor. Church school at 9:15. Worship at 10:30. Com munion service. Sermon: Go and Prepare, That We May Eat. Evening service at 7:30. Sermon: And Gladly Teach. Christian — M. J. Brown, minister. Bible school at 9:45. Berwick Couple Hosts Visitors BERWICK - Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jared, Union City, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Jared, Moline, visited Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jared July 29. Mr. and Mrs. Bent Stoekwall of Berwick attended a family reunion July 29 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Glint, Janesville, Wis. Mrs. Wilard Smith, Portland, Ore., last week visited Mr. and Mrs. Willis Smith. BUSHNELL MRS. JAY CLEMENS CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 560 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 Worship and communion at 10:45. Youth meeting and adult Bible study at 6:30 p. m. Worship at 7:30. United Methodist - Allen R. Mairrett, pastor. Church school at 9. Worship at 10. First United Presbyterian — Ralph W. Adamson, pastor. Aug. 5 and 12, vacation Sundays. IfYou/Miss Important Calls When You're In Your Car You need a car telephone... / It works like your phone at home and at your business, just pickup the hand set when that important person calls. Get al I the facts today. INTRASTATE TELEPHONE CO. 100 N. 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