Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 11, 1973 · Page 7
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ftnlesbura Reaister-Mai World Famous Professor Unhurt Local Crash Mi Mtisscr- (Continued Ffom Page 3) shirt, brother*!*!** Mid sisters went to Miis iifli* Miner, ste Fradmm and Miss Judy Horeher, Outsits were ngtoter< ed by Mm. Roger Krtcwtfdt. Stowing a wedding trtp, the couple will reside at 610 S, Main St., Eureka. A graduate d XQinote State Univetttiy, filoomiflgtm, the bride tea taught sdenee in the Junior high school at McHenry for the past two years, and this fall, will be employed by Eureka Middle School fin its sci ence department. Her husband, a graduate of Eureka Coifcge, where he was a member of the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity, has been employed by Colonial Baking Co. in Peoria. Announce (Continued From Page 3) Mr. and Mrs. Miller iwtii be honored at an open house Aug. 11 ait the home of the bride* groom's parents in Prophetstown. Professor Cornellius Dimwit, world famous expert on everything, rode his antiquated bicycle into Galesbufg yesterday. As Dimwit was crossing the intersection of Losey and Henderson Streets, he was distracted by two beauti- young ladies causing him to lose control of his vehicle. Crashing into utility pole across from the Cable TV office Dimwit caused a brief power outage. Luckily the only damage that was done was that to Dimwit's bicycle and his pride. Because of the severe damage to his two wheeler, it is expected that Dimwit will make a brief stay in Galesburg until the work to repair his only means of transportation is finished. Shortly after Dimwit announced his plans to stay, he was offered several employment opportunities. Two local news MARKLEY REUNION The children and grandchildren ol Isaac and Lenora (itoopes) Maridey will meet for their 7th annual family reunion in Big Creek Park, Canton, Sunday, Aug. 19. The picnic dinner at 12:30 p.m. will be served at Table No. 15. A. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm S EL R VIC s (Continued from Page ft) Eucharist at 10. Wednesday Maes at 10. Mt. Calvary Lutheran - 1372 W. Fremont St. Rev. William G. Thompson, paistor. Worship at 8 and 10:30. Sunday school at 9:15. Rev. Raymond summon, guest speaker. Wednesday aervfce at 7. Advent Christian m N. Trinity Lutheran - Kellogg and Ferris streets, Rev. Canstance R. Johnson, pastor. Wor- Seminary St. Charles Rutan, pastor. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 11. Evening and Wednesday service at 7. First Lutheran — Seminary and Waters streets. Ondell W. Peterson, sieal program pastor. Special mu- 9:30. Church ship at a and 11. Church school school at 10:15. Worship at 11. ATTENDS CAMP — Susan Shulta of near WHUamstteM was among 62 students who attended a week-long Art at 10. Sermon: Beware of False Prophets* By Richard Ellis, intern. Galesburg Rescue Mission— 286 E. South St. Services nightly alt 7. Society of Friends (Quaker) Meeting for worship at the School for talented high school . , %r _ M artists conducted by Extension h «ne of Frank Young, 277 N in Visual Arts, University of Illinois, in cooperation with the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs, at Allerton House, U. of I conference center near Monticello. Academy St., ait 10. First United Presbyteriai Prairie and Ferris streets. Hermit W. Petersen, pastor. Worship at 8 and 9:30. Church school at 9:30. SANDBURG COTTAGE services, a high educational institution, two wireless Gales- IBeverages companies burg Theatre were all reported as seeking his voluntary services to help the community. Dimwit does not accept a money salary but works from fringe benefits that people donate to him. His first remark about the job offers was that he would like to have popcorn any time of the The Carl Sandburg Cottage, 331 E. Third St., will be open to the public Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. The birthplace is closed on Monday but is open daily the remainder of the week from 3 a.m. to noon and from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday morning visits may be made by appointment only. NEWCOMER CLUB Newcomer Club wiU meet for a family picnic Sunday at 12:45 p.m. at Bishop Hill. Those wishing to travel with the group arc to meet at 12:30 at the parking lot, 1134 N. Henderson, just north of McDonald's, The group wilt! assemble at the city parte at Bishop Hill. Those attending are befflng asked to bring a meat tfsh, a covered Ash for the picnic,* and own table Service. will be furnished. Couple Honored at Dinner Covenant Church — Dayton and Jetfferaon streets. G. Harold Ahlberg, pastor. Church school at 9. Worship at 10. Sermon: You Are Knotwn by the Way You Act. Allen Park Baptist -4701 Mul* berry St. Clifford A. Noe, pastor. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 10:45. Andy L. Gentry, guest speaker. Special music by Sounds ftundation. Evening and Wednesday services at 7:30. First Christian — Broad an North streets. Railph E. Bennett, pastor. Chapel service at 8. Church school at 9. War^ip at 10:15. WiUl Jew&uiy, guest speaker. Sermon: There's Something About That Name. Faith United Methodist-Kenneth W. GoodeM, pastor. Worship at 8:45 and 11. Church school at 10. Sermon: Standing for the Faith. Play at First Lutheran A musical play, "It's Cool in the Furnace," will be presented during Sunday's 9:30 a.m. worship service at First Lutheran Church, Seminary and Waters streets. The Old Testament story deals with the Biblical characters Shadrach, Meshach and Abcdnego and their experiences with King Nebacha- nezzar. Taking part in the play are Julia Oakley, front, and in back row, from left, Mark Wilson, Crystal Murphy, Tracy Adolphson and Susan Hagrelius. After the meal games will be played, or a tour of the colony may be taken. Lutheran (Continued from Page 6) this "false Predicts Scarcity Of Gasoline Seaman John M. Byerly, son of John E. Byerly; 215 N. Academy St., was graduated recently from recruit training at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, 111. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Kennedy Byerly Consistent Scent Keep your s If you enjoy the flower shop scent of herbal sihampoos, follow it up with bath oil dusting powder and perfume. The same sroes for the popular musk Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. Ken-, Airman Uroy BIack> son of ti Cameron. vcrsary on Aug. 7 were the East Galesburg, has guests of honor at a dinner party on Sunday at Melings in Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy were signed to Chanute Air Force Base, 111., after completing Air Force basic training. During his six weeks with the Air stop teaching doctrine." The seminary faculty responded to the ultimatum by invoking the freedom of conscience that caused Martin Luther to reject the concept of papal infallibility and bring the Lutheran Church into being. The teachers said they could not accept any convention resolution as "binding on our conscience." "Like Luther, we stand for-an open Bible which we are free to I read on its own terms," they leclared. They protested the convention's "use of coercive power" to lay down an official line on how the Bible must be interpreted, and warned that "the truth of God cannot be imposed through convention action in adopting doctrinal statements but can only be recognized and confessed by means of the Holy Spirit word oi trod, aan viei uenwmanm mr ow, Thls protest will cut no ice with Dr. Preus, who is determined to "clean house" at Concordia Seminary, beginning; with the ouster of Tietjen. The only question seems to be whether Tietjen—and the substantial minority of Missouri Synod pastors and laymen who share his views—will leave the BERKELEY, Calif. (UPI) Physicist Edward Teller says gasoline will become so scarce in the future that people will be strictly limited in their purchases. "Five years from now we will look back nostalgically at 1973, when one could buy gas almost any day of the week," he told the Berkeley Commons Club Friday. The University of California physics professor—often called the father of the H-bomb-said the use of nuclear power could solve up to 30 per cent of the energy pinch. APPLICATION FOR VEHICLE LICENSE City of OaUtburg Room 1, City Hall Name (Please Print) Address Make of Vehicle tion, Italy, for duty as commander of the United States Air Force Hospital there. His wife, Jacquilyn, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence K. Git- Year of Vehicle inois State License Number een as-, Sgt. Edward Asher Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Asher o , NNN T* i *i A ^ . .denomination entirely for some Sr., 1992 Baird Ave., has arriv-: more scent which now comes in ev-. . , . , ^ o . . , m . . „ , eiy imaginable beauty product J mamed at »n™^ Concep- ; Training Command Richard NOTICE , Westergren, D.D.S. at tion Church, Monmouth, Aug. 7,'land AFB, Tex., he studied ]948. They are the parents of| t he Air Force mission, organi- ed for duty at Korat Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand. Sgt. Asher, a law enforcement spe- LacR " i cialist, is assigned to a unit of TAKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THAT LANCE RENFROE, D.D.S. IS ASSOCIATED WITH HIM IN THE PRACTICE OF GENERAL DENTISTRY 1172 MONROE GALESBURG, ILLINOIS 61401 Jchn, Patrick and Sharon, at home, and Mrs. Michael (Joyce) King of Altona. Mr. Kennedy has farmed the past 30 years in the Knoxville area. Double Duty Turbans Jersey head turbans not only give the face a sophisticated, sculptured look, but do wonders for hiding damaged or problem hair. ation and customs and received special instruction in human relations. Black has been assigned to the Technical Training Center at Chanute for specialized training in aircraft equipment maintenance. congenial environment, such as the American Lutheran Church or the Lutheran Church in America. Peacemakers in the Missouri Designate: Passenger -„ Truck Motorcycle The City Clerk is prepared to accept your MAIL ORDERS now and suggests that you take advantage of this method of obtaining your license. Mail your application with proper remittance to City Clerk City Hall, Galesburg, Illinois. Do not send CURRENCY in the mail as the City Clerk will not assume responsibility for loss of currency. the Pacific Air Forces. He pre-| S y no d are trying to head off viously served at Scott AFB ,i such a schismt Their chances of 111. leiirvnec arn difficult at this Cadet David E. McKillip, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. McKillip, 697 S. Academy St., attended the Army Reserve Officers Training Corps Ranger Cadet M.rk A. CluAey, son, 0 ™?. *.«• ?™ nta «' of Mr. and Mrs. M E" C.U,I gj* success are point to •* - ss. The tu-st Pope to visit the United States was Paul VI, who addressed the U. N. in 1965. Annual Feb for Passenger Vehicles Motorcycles $5.00 2.00 Trucks with "A" or "B" License 5.00 (Other trucks according to schedule) Olga E. Nelson City Clerk A ONLY! HANDLING CHARGE « Portraits by LITTLE RASCALS To Be Photographed for a BEAUTIFUL key Sr., of near Brimfield, recently completed a 4-week U. S. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps field training encampment at Lockbourne AFB, Ohio. Cluskey is a student at Bradley University, Peoria. Cpl. Timothy R. Toal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Toal of near Galesburg, has reported for duty at the Marine Corps Air Station, Beaufort, S. C. Spec. 4 Michael L. Horton, Galesburg, is stationed at Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Ind. f with Company C, 495th Engineering Battalion. The battalion is an Army Reserve unit based in Ottumwa, Iowa, taking its annual 2-week active duty at Ft. Harrison. navigation, patrolling and mountaineering. The training, which was a substitute for the normal ROTC summer camp required of all cadets before commissioning, concluded with a 2-week counter-guerrilla operation in the costal swamps of northwest Florida. FIRST of ALL Our PHARMACY lives ip to the name IN every way and service. CLARK DRUG 1440 N. Henderson 342 4169 limited Offer... 1 Per Child, 2 Per Family STEIN'S For Birth stone 1515 E. MAIN ST. GALESBURG Earrings & Pendants Always The Perfect Gift Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. - Downtown Galesburg PLAY Donation To The Band Will Be Appreciated COMMITTII ; i

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