Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 9, 1975 · Page 11
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MILLEDtiEVILLE-Lending a hand to several churches in Alaska provided a "super" vacation trip for several area boys as well as demonstrating man's concern for his fellow man. Five youths from Milledgevffle have returned home after a three-week trip to Alaska, where they enjoyed a good ' deal of sightseeing and also went to Work repairing a youth building at a "• church near Anchorage. They also painted arid repaired the steps there. At Hope, Alaska, 65 miles from An"- chorage, they oiled the logs of a log •church and painted the kitchen. At Girdwood they cleaned a church arid • washed windows. Darrell and David Dykhuizen, Jeff 3' Baughman, Tom Plog and Marvin Slick made the trip with a youth group Rock Grove .Church Plans Bangladesh Aid ROCK GROVE-Raising funds for a , medical center in. Bangladesh is a spe: cial Sunday school summer project at St. Paul Lutheran Church here. ; The center, which is affiliated with : the Lutheran missions work in Bangladesh, provides outpatient services and sends teams of persons out among the people to educate them in preventive medicine-cleanliness, birth control proper sanitation, inoculations. , The mission project is explained as , one which "helps cpmplete the total outreach to the whole person, an outreach that clearly says, 'We love you ; and want you to experience the living Christ's presence in healing as well as in other areas of life.' " An additional part of the summer .project is raising, funds to assist the ,Rosecrance Memorial Home for Chil- ,.dren, Durand campus, in remodeling , its kitchen. -..••'.' Last year, a-gift of ?200 made possible the building of a classroom for . the children of Bangladesh. Sunday school classes are recessed for the summer, but donations may be made in the wishing well at the church. •„'","' - '"' ' • ' •*-...'''. \ 20-Year-OlcfWoman : Who ;Died' Returnedr-: 1 ' I To Life At Funeral :l ^ ; COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (UPI) - A 20-, r year-old woman who "died" in a north 1 - '; ern Sri Lanka village came back toilife ;> during her funeral rites,-the English- t language newspaper Ceylon reported. ' The newspaper said Valli Filial was ) presumed to have died of an illness, { and at her funeral a Hindu priest be- j gan to perform final rites before cre- > mation. As thej^y r .was,t3kenjoutto., : be bathed according to custom, the j woman's hand .began to move.; »"„' :- •• , ; A doctor later pronounced' Valli PU\ lai alive, and at last word she was re• covering at a hospital, the .newspaper ' said. •'.''-, Help In Alaska New 'Pasto? At Shannon; Assistant At ; Magazine Obtains j i Nixon Papers To Write ; Series Or Book ..' ? INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - Former j President Nixon has provided the .Sat; urday Evening Post with two tons of •! papers for publication in a series of ar; tides and possibly a book, the maga- ; zine's co-editor and publisher said | Tuesday. ... ' ; Mrs. Cory ( SerVaas, co-editor of the [iPost, said the shipment arrived here, • last week by truck from Nixon's.San • Clemente, Calif., home. J The papers,' she said, would be used ; by researchers for a series of articles ; and perhaps a book next year. She • would not divulge the contents of the ;' shipment. ' • Nixon's daughter, Julie Nixon Eisen; hower, is assistant managing editor of j the Post and will become a consulting editor in September. . Country Music Superstar, ••• tester Flatt, Undergoes i Heart Surgery Thursday \ NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UP{) - Coun- j try music superstar Lester Flatt will > undergo heart surgery Thursday in an 'effort to clear three blocked cardiac ' arteries. ! . A spokesman at St. Thomas Hospital ' said Flatt was in fair condition and : "the. doctors are optimistic about the outcome of the operation." from the Elgin United Methodist Church, traveling by chartered bus. With the MUledgevllle'vouths was Raymond-Moushon of Morton, nephew of the Rev. Clark Moushon. The Rev. Mr.' Moushon is pastor of the Milledgeville UM Church and It was he who made arrangements for the Milledgeville boys to go. The boys said the scenery in Alaska' Is spectacular and they'd like to spend more time there. It took a week to reach Alaska and they camped out each night along the way. One of seven adult chaperons served as cook for the group, which totaled 43 persons. . They, based themselves in Anchorage, rolling out.sleeping bags in the educational unit Of "St;»John's UM Church there. :. < • MRS. HARRY CARLISLE ; ' The Lena-Stockton Area Christian Women's Club will have a dessert luncheon at 1:30 p.m. Monday at Church . . , . \ alendar \ Gives You Unlimited Free Checking And A $500 to $5,000 Personal Line Of Credit Plus 7 Of "• The Most Wanted Bank Services All Free State Bank of Freeport While-at Girdwood, the group visited Mt. Alaska, where members rode the ski lift for a view of the area. The boys also climbed to the 3,500-fopt summit of : Flat top Mountain, .where they had a panoramic view of Anchorage and Cook Inlet. Other points of interest they visited included Portage Glacier and the mud flats between Anchorage and Girdwood. Some lives have been lost in the mud flats, which are similar to quicksand, they were told. On Sunday,_the youths held a service at the Anchorage church, planning it , entirely by themselves! They reported the only mishap occurred when an Elgin youth was hospitalized at Anchorage for an emergency appendectomy, / is Topic Beach's Supper Club in Lena. Mrs. Harry Carlisle of Dowagiac, Mich., a wife and mother of two children and'a grandmother,"wiirtell how she overcame an addiction to alcohol and a life of disappointments. She has made a new life for herself and enjoys upholstering furniture and sewing her own clothes* she says. Verna Pollock of Winslow will present a chalk talk feature. Joyce Rbwe and Darlene Lloyd, both of Stockton, will present musical selections. All interested area women may attend. Reservations are due Friday. Further information may be obtained by calling Mrs. Kenneth Kuh- Imeyer, 44 r ?-2392; Mrs. Ralph Jogerst, 947-24S9; .Mrs. James Cole, 745-3470; Mrs. EdrlMahon, 367-2911; Mrs. Alfred Stadel, 369-4709; or Mrs. Kenneth Barr, 789-4680. ..';••;.. A baby-sitting service is available at the Lena Church of the Brethren, 216 W. Mason, by reservation with Mrs. Roy Downing, 369-2337. The Rev. Aloysius Piorkowski will be installed as pastor of St. Wendelin Catholic Church in Shannon '-it 7 tonight. i The official installation will be performed by the Very Rev. Henry Week- erie, dean of the Free'po'H Deanery. The Rev. Loren' ; Heisz, pastor of 'Grace Bible Church at Woodbine, has announced that Donald Reis of Hershey, Pa., will* be his assistant for the summer. Reis is a pastbfal student of Appalachia Bible Institute in Virginia. Last year he did assistant missionary work in Austria.' Chicago Teen Group To Show Movie Here The Teen Challenge of Chicago will show the movie "The Battle of. Armageddon" at 7 p.m. Friday at the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center. The public is invited to attend. FrMport (HI.) Journat-Stindard, W«dn««d«y, July 0, 1976 P»flt 11 Church Of Brethren Td fad; Hospital; Opposes Abortion DAYTON. Ohio i- A financial campaign for an innovative health delivery network in inner city Chicago was approved and membership in the Religious Coalition for Abortion'Rights rejected m the closing business hours of the Church 'of the Brethren Annual Conference here. By a 13-vote .margin, 399-388,. delegates amended the report of the General Board, the dehominatibn's administrative. arm, instructing it to disassociate from the Religious Coalition on Abortion' Rights until the board can show "spiritual justification 1 for belonging." While opposing abortion and calling for 4he protection of Human life, the church's policy statement adopted three years ago encourages members to work for laws to protect the freedom of moral choice. It was on this premise the,General,Bogrd related to the Reli- gious Coalition, supporting the legal right to abortion rendered by the Supreme Court in January 1973. On the hospital project in Chicago, the delegates gave strong support to a request from Bethany Brethren-Garfield Park Community Hospital to approach individuals and congregations for $2 million by 1980. The campaign will be part of a $25 million program, Involving heavy governmental support, to replace two facilities now obsolete with a new hospital and other satellite services for the west side community. Currently 87 per cent of Bethany-Garfield Park patients are Indigent. Vice President Spends 67th Birthday Quietly WASHINGTON (UPI) - Vice Frest- dent Nelson A. Rockefeller quietly celebrated his 67th birthday Tuesday at his Washington estate after returning from a European vacation. . He was to fly to Atlanta today to preside over a hearing of the National Commission on Water Quality and meet with Georgia Republican leaders. 'The Emmert Drug Co. Is sponsoring A FREE High Blood Pressure Screening Program To Be Held From 6 to 9 P.M. THE SECOND WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH -Th« Ntrt Program Will Be Wednesday, July 9th.- 1846-1975 OUR 129th YEAR OF SERVICE TO THE FREEPORT AREA Perform A Act Have Your Blood Pressure Checked DRUG *FM»mJW 8 W. Srephentoi 232-5194 KELLY-SPRINGFIELD rfoday Forreston Area Child Evangelism , Clubs, through Friday, at 9:30 aTmrat 'the Herman Ludwig home, Haldane; 11 a.m. at the Forreston Park; }: 30 ' p.m. at the Junior Runkle home; Freeport; and 3 p.m. at the Ben Miller- Park, German Valley. Thursday ' , Embury United lUethodlst, Second Presbyterian Churches, 7:30 p.m., combined service at Embury. ; ,' : Park HUls Evangelical Free Church, Women's Missionary Society,, family share-a-dish meal, 6:30 p.m. Those attending are to bring a dish to pass and. table service. Beverages will be furnished. : First Lutheran Church, ,7 p.m., Co- lossians and Philippians Bible study at Ed Resnick residence. Forreston Grove Presbyterian Church Youth Fellowship Ice Cream Social, serving will begin at 5 p-m; -; Bropkvllle United Methodist Women, July meeting has been canceled. v Friday First Baptist Church Golden Circle Class Picnic, 6:30 p.m. at the Glen Woodward home. Beverage and dessert will be"furnished. In case of rain, the event will be held at the church. Florence United Methodist: Church Ice Cream Social, serving begins at 5:30 p.m. '.': ' • -,\ "• :^;-~ .,•;'•£•';•': , Freeport Church Of The Brethren Young Married Class; 5 p.m., picnic supper at Krape Park. Those a'ttendipg are asked to bring a dish-to-pass and their own meat and. beverage. > Forreston Grove Presbyterian Men's ' Fellowship : Retreat at Stronghold, sw.imming from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. and family picnic at 7 followed by fellow- i ship in the Castle. ^ V Saturday V ;v Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church, 9:30 a.m.. The Rev. Theoharis Theoharis of Rbckford will be in charge of the service. Refreshments will follow. CARS AR7B-13 Prestige Radial QT tubelesa whltewall plus $1.93, Fed. Ex. Tax per tire. Four For BR78-13 Four For DR78-14 ER78-14 Four For .(TB78-14 QR78-14 HR78-14 JR78-15 HR78-15 QR70-15 HR70-15 Prestige fladlal Qt lubeleit whilewalli plus t2.07 to $3.48 Fed. Ex. Jax per tire depending on ill*. QR78-15 Four For Four For LR78-15 BRAKES FRONT DISC ,OR DRUM -Labor Included Our brake specialists will Install and adjust heavy-duty linings on'all 4 wheels. Or new disc. pads for cars with front disc brakes. • 1 15 u.s. MIDSIZE Ifi U.S. 1 LUXURY U.S. COMPACTS TUNE UP lnc|ude«-lat>or, these parts and service* • Spark plugs, Condenser • Time Engine •' Points rotor • Set dwell and choke • Balance 'Carburetor, • Test starting and charging systems • Check compression acceleration 1 85 U.S. ' MID SIZE' :U:S. • LUXURY U.S.-COMPACTS i MUFFLER THE QUII ONE Installed Replace your worn-out noisy muffler with Th« Quiet One ... a rugged heavy-duty corrosion- resistant muffler. IIS U.S. MID SIZE PIS u.s. LUXURY U.S. COMPACTS KELLY-SPRINGFIELD AUTO SERVICE 3 WAYS TO CHARGE 'I KELLY-SPRINGFIELD i AUTO SERVICE WIST GALENA A HUNT 232.7169 UNKAMERKMDl Monday i Friday 8 to 9 P.M. Tu«t,-HH«, I to 5:90 fM. fcturdiylfc4P.il. niasier chaige

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