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18- fffteJDajly..Itei^t^all.MesBbJtfgiJll* • Wednesday October 14, 1953 ton mutt) COPIES MOOT tot Name Candidates for Queen Of High School Homecoming MONMOUTH — Candidates for the Monmouth High School Homecoming Queen have been selected. They are Janet Kinney, Dona Chrlstensen and Susan Buck. Thn queen, who will be named at a pep assembly at noon Friday, will have an attendant from each class. Attendant candidates are Marcia Kern, Margaret Brantingham, Dorothy Meyers and Marj O'Neil, seniors; Jo Ellen Hamilton, Marilyn Painter and Sally Piatt, juniors;'Mary Ann Ely, Janet Hamilton and Ann Toal, sophomores; and Joan Gardner, Sandra Stull and Sharon Winebrighl, freshmen The queen and her attendants will take part in thc parade at 4 p.m. which will go through thc business district, A number of floats will be included in the parade. Monmouth High School's marching band with its majorettes will be among the features of the parade. A special halftime ceremony at the Monmouth-Canlon football game at Sunny Lane field will honor the Queen and her attendant?. She will also reign at the Homecoming dance at the high school gymnasium after the game. Homecoming committees are headed by Kara Lee Applcgate. She and Sheryl Stripe have charge of the decorations. The committee, includes Nancy Maxey, Nancy Decker, Mary Ann O'Neil, Joan Gardner, Marilyn Greenstreet, Nancy Hilsenhoff, Mary Lynn Adams, and Sandra Stull. Donna Gavin is chairman of the program committee which includes Lue Hanbrough, Martha Beaty, and Carolbel Crcsswell. Barbara Johnson, chairman of the check, room committee,' will be, assisted! by Lauretta Johnson, Ruth Bunn, and Ruth Ann Poulson. Ann Toal heads the refreshment committee with Joyce Underwood, Beverley Knox and Shirley Hand, her assistants. ', Officers of the Student Council, Ted Johnson, Dick Wood, Janet Kinney and Marilyn Greenstreet, have charge of the parade lineup. Promotion committee is.headed by co-chairmen Sally Piatt and Bob Young. On the committee are Martha Christensen, Nancy Maxey, Barbara Ditch, Ann Toal, Sally Bowen, Nancy Haynes, Janet Ham ilton and Mary Lynn Adams. Ticket sales committee chairman is Sally Piatt. On her committee are Barbara Morris, Betty Courtney, Frances Farm and Barbara Coursey. Bcrnie Bolon Named Monmouth Town Clerk MONMOUTH — The Monmouth Township board has named Bernie Bolon as town clerk to succeed Clairus M. Dew who has accepted a position in Fort Wayne, Ind. Realty Transfers Carl E. and Winnifred Parrish to Kyle and Anna Hilten, Sec. 6, Twp. 9, R. 3. Norman and Madge Keener, Everett' and Wilda Shenbarger to Carol, Mary and Frederick Gustafson WSW V* Sec. 30, Twp. 10, R. 3. Minnie E. Wennerbcrg to Verna and Joseph Barnes lots 3 and 6, block 4 Fosters and Rugh's Addition in Monmouth. Set Saturday Rites for Dean Olson, 30 MONMOUTH—Funeral services for Dean Olson, 30, will be held at the First Lutheran ,Church Saturday at 2 o'clock. Mr, Olson died suddenly Tuesday at the Monmouth Hospital. He had been in the hospital almost a month fol (lowing a farm injury Sept. 17. when a tractor rolled over on him. Burial will be in the Monmouth Cemetery. Mr. Olson's only son, Gale Wit- lard, was born Sept. 13 and he and Mrs. Olson were still in the hospital when the father was admitted following the farm accident. Mr. Olson was born Aug. 10, 1923, in Monmouth. He attended local schools and was graduated from Monmouth High School in 1942. He married Miss Marcella Collins May 17, 1947, in Monmouth. He was in the trucking business in Monmouth until last spring when he moved to a farm near Swan Creek Surviving are his wife and son; his mother, Mrs. Edna Walberg of Alvarado, Minn., a sister, Mrs Marie Lesser, and a brother, Marion Olson, both of Odessa, Wash.; three other brothers, Paul of Macomb, Don of Biggsville and Ken neth of Monmouth; and his grand mother, Mrs. Laura Allaman of Monmouth. Marriage License MONMOUTH —Wilson B. Crabtree and Patricia Louise Jensen, both of Burlington. Painful cramps of "Monthly Periods"jtopped or amazingly relieved in 3 out of 4 cases in doctors' own fesfs! • Women and girls who 6ufTer from those functionally-caused cramps, backaches and headaches of menstruation — who feel upset and irritable on certain "particular days" — may often be suffering needlessly! Such is the conclusion from doctors'' tests in which Lydia E. •Pinkham'sVegetableCom- pound gave complete or striking relief of such distress In 3 out of 4 cases. YesI Medical evidence proves Lydia Pinkham's is modern in action. It exerts a remarkably calming effect on the uterus.. .without use of pain-deadening drugs! The effectiveness of Lydia Pinkham's needs no pft>of to thc millions oC women and girls whom it has benefited. But have you tried it? Take Lydia Pinkham's through the month. See it you. don't get the same relict from the pains and weakness of "those days"! See If you don't feel better before and during your period! GeteitherLydlaPinkham's Compounder Ticio .improucd Tablets, with added Iron I If you're troubled with"hot flashes" and other functional distress of "change of life"— you'll find Lydia Pinkham's wonderful for that, tool Lydia Pinkham's has a quieting effect on the uterine contractions-(nee chart) uihichri/ten cause nsenstitral painl Firemen's Trust Fund Jumps to $550 With Additional Donations MONMOUTH — The Volunteer Firemen's Trust Fund has reached $550, according to trustee Chalmer Spiker. Among recent contributions was one from the Exchange Club which had previously donated $100 to the fund. Their latest con tribution in conjunction with Cudd's Dry Cleaning has been an offer to clean without charge the clothes of the 20 members of the volunteer firemen. Active members of the volunteers are John Sheridan;- Bob Sheridan, James Pusatere, John McCoy, William Robert Graham, Richard Evans, Virgil Nelson, K. E. Jacob, Charles Bollman, John W. Miller, Don D. Vance, James Ward, John Vail, Forrest E. Abbadusky, David Simon, Robert Miller, Clinton Gaskill, Robert Baker and Ivor Best. , Among other recent contributions have been Stull & Horner $25; George Bruington $10; David R. McCrery $10; Axel F. Ahlstrand $10; Carpenter Local Union 1265 $15; Harry C. Lister $5; Glenn E. Wilson $10; Chalmer P. Spiker $10; Larson Furniture $10; Monmouth Materials $25; Park 'N Eat $20; Fullerton Lumber Co. $20; Monelle Corporation $25; Bersted's Hobby Craft $25; Warfield Lumber $25, and Bowman Shoe Store $20. Paints which change color when they reach certain temperatures are now in use. FROM^ettftW^ AMERICA'S FIRST LADY OF FOOD NEW! 5 -minute mixing TALKING OVER HOMECOMING—Big event at Monmouth High School this week is the Homecoming Friday. Here seated on the steps of thc school auditorium are committee chairmen responsible for planning the various activities. Seated left io right are Sally Piatt, tickets; Ann Toal, refreshments; Sheryl Stripe, decorations; Kara Lee Applegate, general'chairman; Barbara Johnson, check room; Donna Gavin, program; and Bob Young 1 , promotion. Henderson Red Cross Elects OQUAWKA—The annual meeting of the Henderson County Chapter, American Red Cross, was held at the Oquawka Courthouse Monday at which time, new bylaws were adopted and a new board of directors elected, consisting of Mrs. Lena Pence, Gladstone; Ted Weir, Biggsville; Walter Grand Jury Indicts Two MONMOUTH — Two men were indicted by the Warren County Grand Jury Tuesday and both will probably be arraigned in Circuit Court which goes into session Thursday. William C. Brewer, 44, of Alexis was indicted on three separate counts of rape, incest, and taking indecent liberties with a 13 year old child. Incidents were alleged to have taken place June 11 and 14, and July 14. Bond was fixed at $2,000 for each indictment. He has been freed on a property bond. Hugh Dunbar, 44, of Monmouth, was indicted on two charges, taking indecent liberties with a minor, and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Involved was an 8 year old minor and incidents allegedly took place Aug. 15. Grand Jury inspected the Warren County jail and made inquiry as to the treatment given prisoners and food. A very favorable impression was received by members of the jury. Scott, Lomax; E. L. Houtchens Raritan; and Floyd Link, Media to serve one year; Mrs. Violette Dobbin, Stronghursl; C. E. Cisna, Gladstone; Ivan Welch and Thomas O'Leary, Rozetta, and Paul Russell of Bald Bluff, to serve two years and Leland Campbell, Rozetta; Herschel Moffitt, Biggsville; Mrs. Ruth Steffey, Stronghurst; Sam Stevenson Sr., Carman, and Charles Cox, Lomax, to serve for a three-year period. The meeting was presided over by George C. Richmond, vice.chair man; and after the resignations of Leland R. Nesbit, the former chairman and Mrs. Elizabeth Shallenberger, former secretary, were read, the following chapter officers were elected: George C. Richmond, chairman; Mrs. Ruth Swanh, vice chairman; Seth H. Richmond, treasurer; Mrs. Margaret Fryrear, secretary; and Mrs. Beulah V. Braun, executive and home service secretary. The following Committee Chair|men were then selected: Arlington E. Gittings, home service; William E. Carlson and Roy Hoskins, disaster; Mrs. Ethel Gabby, blood; Mrs. Thomas O'Leary, nursing; Dr. E. T. Swann, first aid; C. S. Apt, Junior Red Cross, and Clint Welch, fund chair|man. Miss Jewel Dixon, field representative from the - area office in St. Louis was present, and gave an interesting talk. MONMOUTH Hospital Admitted Tuesday were Mrs. Adella Hobart, William E. Briggs, William M. Allen, and Mrs. Anne Milano, all of Monmouth, Virgil Montgomery of Little York, and Charles Stcrett of Biggsville. Dismissed Tuesday were Gary Jensen of Alexis, Mrs. A. D. Pres cott, Duane Leland Hank, Mrs. Maurice Cokel, Mrs. Rosie Coop er, Mrs. Merle Fisher and baby, Earl Chandler and Mrs. DeWayne Upton, all of Monmouth. Admitted today was Charles Harris of Monmouth. Bi-County Club Women Hold Meeting MONMOUTH — Eighty - three women, attended thc Warren-Henderson Federated Women's Club meeting at the Y.M.C.A. Tuesday. Speaking in the morning were Mrs. Earl Papc, of Kirkwood, district citizenship chairman, Mrs. W. H. Woods of Monmouth, state American home chairman, and Mrs. Earl Aubrey, Rock Island, president of the 14th district federation. Miss Jane Rezner, Monmouth College student, sang at thc morning session. There were 56 women at the luncheon served at the Methodist Church. The afternoon speaker was Warren County Judge G. Durbin Rariney. Mrs. Cullen Bryant and Mrs. Thomas Hendrix, a two-piano team from Kirkwood, entertained. ' Will Sponsor Food Stand at Benefit MONMOUTH—The. food stand at thc Monmouth Armory for thc citywide White Elephant sale Oct. 21 will be handled by thc Auxiliaries of the American Legion and thc Veterans of Foreign Wars, and the World War II Mothers. Latest contributions to the sale are a mahogany picture window cabinet, several mahogany step tables, 10 Venetian blinds, two pairs of table lamps, two single lamps, two boudoir lamps, a sofa and an electric clock. College Presidents Seek Funds From Industries in Chicago MONMOUTH — Dr. Robert Gib son, president of Monmouth Col lege, is one of 24 college presi dents in Chicago this week calling on business and industrial leaders seeking financial aid for the independent colleges, according to the Associated Press. The presidents, in teams of two, call on the industrial leaders, to tell them that the independent colleges save them money because taxes would be higher if the state had to take over all high education. The organization is known as the Associated Colleges of Illinois. MONMOUTH Bowling HOME BUREAU LEAGUE Bonnie Edwards of Engdahls had high score with 169 and Gertrude Set Coldbrook PTA Open House Friday MONMOUTH — Open house will be held at the Coldbrook School P.T.A. meeting at 7:30 p.m. Friday. The Lewis Klusmeyer, Earl Lewis and Clair Townsend families are arranging the social details for the meeting. Shows Films MONMOUTH—Attorney William Fulton showed some unusual colored slides of West Germany and Europe at the Exchange Club meeting held Tuesday. Fulton took the pictures when visiting his son who was stationed with the Army in Germany. Lomax fleeting migu swic iw ui-.n MONMOUTH —The Lenox Com-Johnson of Sharps MNU had high munity Club meeting will be held!series with 460. Engdahls had Friday, Oct. 30, at the Fairviewlhigh team game with 664 and MISS FERN JOYCE HARRIS, whose engagement to A 2 /C, Lawrence R. Lurley of Roscville, has been announced by her par* ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis II. Harris of Rural Route 3, Monmouth, is shown above. No date has been set for the wedding. County Farm Policy Group Sets Meeting MONMOUTH — The Warren County resolution and policy development committee will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Marine Room in Monmouth. Invited to the meeting arc members of the county resolutions committee, Farm Bureau board members, and township committees. Refreshments will be served after the meeting. BACTERIA CAN CAUSE BACKACHES DO YOUR BACKACHES KEEP COMING BACK despite your taking diuretic kidney pills? Do you also have burning urine, painful paw- ages, irresistible urges or bladder cramps, etc.? Then the chances are the basic cause kidney lining infection. (See diagram). FOR THIS CONDITION for which diuretic are valueless, switch to that wonderful urinary- antiseptic formula frequently prescribed by doctors and embodied in Foley Basic Tablets, Though harmless and non-habit forming, they destroy bacteria; help end infection, backaches, miseries quickly; protect against reinfection and further attacks. IF YOUR BACKACHE IS BACTERIAL —you can eeimf on quick relief and weeks* months and longer without backaches 1—When wastes (A) «re retained too long in bladder, bacteria there can multiply with dangerous rapidity. 2—Thcso multiplying bsr> teria can infect linings of bladder, kidneys, tubes (B), resulting in backaches, etc. makes DELICIOUS RAISED coffee breads Diseases carried to the Eskimos by the Europeans, chiefly smallpox and measles have eliminated half the Eskimo population of the world in the past four centuries. Center Church recreation room Program will be by the Enter [high team series with 1,909. Standings: Sharps MNU 11-4; xiugium win "j standings: anarps MINU IW, prise School under the direction Monmouth Implement Co. 10-5; of their teacher, Mrs. Carmen E nedahis 9-7: Sharps Feed Mill Costello, and music supervisor, Mrs. Mildred Dowell. The meeting is open to the public. Engdahls 9-7; Sharps Feed Mill 8-7; Central Appliance 4-11, and Hamilton Produce 3-12. Cancel Meeting MONMOUTH—The Birthday and Anniversary Club will not meet at Powell's Pavilion as scheduled this evening. The regular meeting will be held next month. Older Folks with Itching Skin For the nagging, maddening, persistent itch of dry skin, so common to folks past middle age, Resinol Ointment is a special, toothing relief. Contains lanolin which acts in place of missing natural skin oila — works fast, and comfort lasts. It feels so good not to have to scratch and scratch. Get Kesinol and get relief. All drvg stores. EASV! only I bowl! EASY 7 ! f one rising! EASY! no kneading \ Made with GOLD MEDAL -the flour famous for NO BAKING FAILURES! Moist, tender raised coffee breads! Such wonderful, homey flavor I Such heavenly fragrance when they're warm from the oven! Now, even a beginner can bake honest-to-goodness yeast breada with Betty Crocker's new Double-Quick Coffee Bread recipe and the flour she recommends—dependable Gold Medal. Try it yourself. 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