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18 The Daily ttegistef-Maii, Mesbura 111. Thursday, October15, 1953 1 fOII MUSED COPIES PMOrtE Ml Plan BiggsviUe Homecoming BIGGSVttiLS—The seniors are busy making plans for the Biggs­ viUe High School homecoming. Present plans Include a bonfire and snake dance beginning at 7:30 p.m. at the football field on Thursday; a parade, football game and dance are on Friday, Oct. 23. The parade, which will begin at 1:30 p.m., will progress from Main Street to the football field. Any organization, school or business house that wishes may enter a Sororities to Have 'Home 9 in Marshall Hall float. Cash prizes will be given for first,, second and third place floats. . . The football field will be the scene of a pep meeting immediately after the parade, and then the football game against the Prepare for Homecoming Tilt Kirkwood Rams at 7:30 p.m. ... r To end the activities, a dance m0 uth High School MONMOUTH ~ Monmouth High School has its Homecoming Friday with the big event of the day the football game between the Zippers and Canton at 8 p.m. at Sunny Lane Field. Opening the celebration will be a big pep rally at noon at the high school at which time the Homecoming Queen will be named. Candidates are Janet Kinney, Susan Buck and Dona Christensen. Queen will be introduced on the Monmouth news program over WGIL at 12:45 Friday as a special guest. She will ride in the parade at 4 p.m. accompanied by an attendant from each class. Various home rooms will enter floats. Also in the parade will be the Mon and Canton will be held in the Biggsville High High School bands. MONMOUTH—The four national sororities at Monmouth College will move into new quarters with in a few months, according to plans announced today. , College officials said that arrangements have been completed to make Marshall Hall, on the corner of East Broadway and Seventh street, a "Panhellenic" house, with quarters for all four of the women's groups on the Monmouth campus. Chapters of four national sororities are maintained at the college, including Alpha Xi Delta, Kappa', Delta, Kappa Kappa Gamma and' i,lanagan ' Pi Beta Phi. Marshall Hall is to be remodeled so that it will contain four large meeting rooms, one for each sorority. There will be two of these rooms on each of the upper floors, and the basement will contain a dining and social room, plus a small kitchen, which may be used| by any of the groups. It is hoped the groups will be able to move into their new quarters by early January. Sororities on the Monmouth campus have never maintained their own houses, but instead the girls live in the college dormitories. School gym after the football game. During intermission, the crowning of the King and Queen will be held. Music will be furnished by the Club Trio from Rock Island. Tickets for the dance arej now on sale. Special committees named for the event are as follows: dance committee, Donna Cook, Mary Gustafson, Elsie Campbell, Janice Hays and Diane Stevenson; decorations, Diane Stevenson, Richard Morris, Milton Hallbcrg, Donna Cook and David Shook; refreshments, Elsie Campbell, Janice Hays, Mary Gustafson and Diane Stevenson; float, Donna Cook, Richard Morris, Mary Gustafson, Clifford Johnson, Duwain Mettlin and Jimmy Dunne. Busy Week on Scot Campus MONMOUTH—Several hundred parents of Monmouth College students are expected to be in the city over the weekend.' They will be visiting here as guests at the annual Parents' Day activities at the college. Parents' Day has been an annual affair for more than 15 years at Monmouth, and each year a majority of parents get to campus for at least a portion the events. On Friday night, patrons are invited to attend the annual Mon- 1 mouth-Knox dance, which is to be held in the gymnasium. Visitors are invited to attend classes on Saturday morning, and at 11 o'clock there will be a special chapel for parents and their children, at the college chapel. Fraternities, sororities and other organizations have planned a "full schedule of luncheons during the noon hour on Saturday, and of course the feature event of the afternoon will be the Knox-Monmouth football game. After the game, parents will tour the campus and attend other organizational meetings. In the evening, a reception for parents will be held by members of the faculty and administration. The affair will be held at three locations, so that the faculty people will be in small enough groups that parents will have opportunity to visit with as many as possible. Set Rites for Mrs, Flanagan MONMOUTH — Mrs. Minnie 80, died at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at her home at 320 N. G St. She had been in failing health for a long time. Funeral services will be conducted at 9 o'clock Saturday morning at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. The body will be taken from the Turnbull Funeral Home to the residence this afternoon. Friends may call. The Rosary will be said at the Flanagan . home at 8 o'clock Friday' night. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery. Mrs. Flanagan was born June 17, 1873, on a farm south of Monmouth. She was married at Monmouth to John Flanagan Feb. 12, 1896. He died in 1943. ' She was a member of the Immaculate Conception Church, the Altar and Rosary Society and the American Legion Auxiliary. Surviving are six sons, John of Sheridan, Frederick of Joliet, Raymond of Davenport, Earl, Lawrence and Robert, all of Monmouth; a daughter, Mrs. Leo Leary of Monmouth; three sisters, Miss Margaret Lee and Mrs. John Cotton of Bloomington and Mrs. William Irving of Chicago; two brothers, Maurice Lee of Raritan and Earl Lee of Sciota; and three grandchildren. The parade will start on West Second avenue, go to Main street, then north on around the Use Indian Theme at Roseville ! Legion Auxiliary Has Busy Week Scheduled; To Serve at 2 Event's MONMOUTH — The American Legion Auxiliary has a busy week ahead with the serving of the 14th district Legion meeting to be held Sunday, and preparation of barbecue sandwiches during the White Elephant Sale Wednesday at the Armory. At the Auxiliary meeting held Wednesday night a sale of articles from the veteran's craft shop was held with Mrs. Riley Haggenjos in charge. Mrs. Conn Whiteman reported on the last meeting of the Junior Auxiliary. Reports on the district meeting held in Blandinsville were given by the six delegates, Mrs. Eugene Bishop, Mrs. Haggenjos, Mrs. Darol Davies, Mrs. William Hoover, Mrs. Charles Bowen and Mrs.' Norman Waller. Miss Susan Stanton played two preludes by Rachmaninoff on the piano. She was presented by Mrs. Harry Wood, music chairman. Refreshments were served by a com-* mittee with Mrs. Bishop as hostess and Mrs. Fred Johnson presiding at the coffee service. ROSEVILLE — Chief Shaubena chapter D.A.R. of Roseville ob served Columbus Day Tuesday afternoon when the October meeting was held in the home of Mrs. Paul Taylor. Assisting as hostesses were Mrs. Frank Pratt, Mrs. Leman Dennison and Mrs. Harvey Dobbins. Mrs. John Talkin, regent, presided. The chapter voted to give $2 to the Girl Scouts and also voted money for the Good Citi zenship pin which is presented each year to the girl chosen at the Roseville High School as the Good Citizen. Mrs. Charles McMurry was in charge of an Indian Welfare pro gram. She talked on Indian education as supervised by the govern ment in the various Indian schodls, She stated that two Indian girls are now taking nurses training, preparing to become nurses among their own people with the D.A.R. organization sponsoring their education. The Roseville chapter will send a money gift to these girls at the holiday season. The chapter also voted to give $1 to the Indian Scholarship fund. Mrs. Herman Steele and Mrs. Donald Adkisson presented a program of Indian music, Mrs. Adkisson singing "From the Land of the Sky Blue water" and "Indian Love Call" with Mrs. Steele as accompanist Mrs. Steele played a piano solo "Indian Sunset." Members were asked to take beads to the next meeting to be sent to the Indian schools. Mrs. Ralph Strickler talked on the roundup which she attended in Pendleton, Ore., this past summer and of the Indian pageant presented there. Mrs. G. W. Aidrich gave a five-minute talk on "National Defense." Mrs. R. R. Fisher reminded members to take clothing to be sent to the D.A.R. Approved Schools to the November meeting so that boxes may be sent to Kate Duncan Smith and Tamassee schools early in November. Mrs. W. A. Lee read the president general's message. The division director, Mrs. William Wilkings of Moline, was a guest for the day and talked on projects of the state organization for this year stressing the 12 point honor program for chapters. Mrs. Herman Kington spoke briefly on "Red Cross." Short reports of the division meeting held in Rock Island recently were giv en by Mrs. Leonard Ockert and Mrs. Kington who attended. At the close of the meeting, afternoon tea was served from an attractively decorated table. MONMOUTH Hospital Bureau Unit Meets With Mrs. Hennenfent MONMOUTH — Twenty - three members and eight guests attended the guest meeting of the MNU Tuesday evening at the farm home of Mrs. Marie Hennenfent. Presiding was Mrs. Henry Pierce. Mrs. Walter McVey gave the minor lesson "Rural Women's Role in Safety." Mrs. David Poole and Mrs. George Pierce gave the major lesson on care and repair of electrical equip ment. Recreation was a Halloween game conducted by Mrs. Louis Jewell with Mrs. Gail Parrish winning the prize. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served from a lace colored table decorated in the fall theme by thejQf Quota Turned In membership committee, Mrs. Rob-, U n n T IT it ,..„c ert Linman, Mrs. Willard Gustaf -I ^ M 0 ^ T H - It was son, Mrs. Max Pogue and Mrs.! nounced at the Y - MCA - re P ort Hennenfent. i The next meeting will be Nov.; 10 in the home of Mrs. George Admitted Wednesday were Miss Edith Duncan and Robert Deisinger, both of Monmouth. Dismissed Wednesday were 'John Coursey, Rodney Blaine, Mis. Russell George, Mrs. Anne Milano, Mrs. Elma Coleman, Ross Daves, Mrs. Addie Sweasy and William Briggs. Y" Has Almost Half Public Square. It will then go on East Broadway to North Second, turn north on Second „ street to Archer avenue, west on Archer to North Main. After that it will turn south back to the Public Square and down West Broadway to C street and back to First ave hue to disband. Queen will be crowned at the 1 dance at 10:30 p.m. Dance will be in the high school gymnasium after the foot ball game and the public is in vited. As far as records go, Monmouth's four straight wins look far more impressive than that of Canton which has won only one in four starts. However, there is no doubt that Canton has had far more rugged competition. In fact in their last three games, they have played three of 'the best clubs in the state. Get Bad News Bad news in the Zipper camp today is that two of the first string members, Jerry Houtchens, tackle, and end Bob Mc- Loskey have been on the sick list. It is not known at this time whether either will see action Friday night. Played Top Teams After winning 13-7 over Kewanee, Canton lost 66 to 6 to a powerful Rock Island team. Next they played another of the best of Illinois prep schools in Pekin and lost 51 to 0. Last week they took another shellacking from Peoria Woodruff, which is said to be the best club in Peoria. Friday they go against the Zip pers who have had a far easier schedule. Monmouth won 6-0 from Geneseo in .their opener; by the same score over Abingdon; 35-0 over Carthage; and last week defeated Macomb 19-6. Last week was the first time the Zipper goal line has been crossed this season They have scored 66 points to their opponents' 6. Bob McKee, Zipper end, is the leading scorer of the club with 22 tallies for the four games. Dick Wood, fullback, trails him with 18. Jerry McBride, quarterback, has thrown four touchdown passes. Any of the Monmouth backs including McBride can pick up yards on the ground. Coach "Stavie" Stavenhagen wants to win this one to make his first Homecoming game at Monmouth a successful one, but he realizes better than anyone else that his club is meeting a team that has been up against the cream of the Illinois prep grid circle. It looks like the toughest assignment the Zippers have had this season and should be a good ball game. hospital overnight. However, he insisted on going to his home in suburban Evanston as his wife is expecting a baby. Police learned Hayman became Janet Kinney Has Lead in Senior Play MONMOUTH — Cast for the Monmouth High School Senior Class play "I Remember Mama" has been announced by Mrs. Darroll Chapman, director. The role of "Mama" will be played by Janet Kinney, while Dick Peters will play "Papa." There are 31 members in the cast of the well-known play which revolves around the life of a Scandinavian family living in this country. Originally "I Remember Mama" was written as a book, and then was made into a play. A TV program based on characters of the book is also a network production. Cast as children of the family are Don McCrery as Nels, Christa Bellis as Dagmar, and Shirley Hand as Katrin. Other familiar characters are Jerry Houtchens as Uncle Chris, Mary Alice Ray as Christine, Marcia Simpson as Trina, Marguerite O'Neil as Sigrid, Sally Horner as Jennie and Ted Johnson as Mr. Thorkelson. Other characters include Dick Brannon as Mr. Hyde, Bill Atwell as Arne, Connie Warner as Jessie, Marilyn Greenstreet as Miss Moorhead, June Dennis as Dorothy, and Marjorie Brantingham as Madeline. The cast is rounded out with Cecil Stewart as a doctor, Kara Applegate and Martha Beaty as nurses, LeRoy Lantz as a soda clerk, Eugene Stormer as a bell boy, Nancy Maxey as a scrub woman and Bill Powell as an orderly. Rehearsals are underway for the production which will be presented in mid-November. ill en route home and went to the Evanston Hospital where an emer-'and was a precinct committeeman, Deputy State Fire Marshal Dies in Crash MINONK, 111. tm— Lester F. Fiedler, 49, of Rockford, deputy state fire marshal for northwestern Illinois, was killed Wednesday night when his auto went out of control on U. S. 51 and overturned in a ditch. He had attended a meeting of fire officials in Bloomington and was returning to Rockford to question Ralph A. Johnson, under indictment in an arson case. Appointed by Green Police said the accident occurred or. a straight stretch of road about five miles north of Minonk and they theorized Fiedler may have fallen asleep at the wheel. He was thrown from the auto. Fiedler served as deputy state marshal under former Gov. Dwight H. Green from 1942-49 and was reappointed last May by Gov. William G. Stratton. He was widely known in Winne bago County Republican circles WISH EACH OTHER GOOD LUCK—A hearty handshake took place in the Warren County Courthouse Wednesday afternoon as John Twomey turned over the sheriff's office to Ed Drayson. Drayson, a former county sheriff, was chosen to fill the position vacated by Twomey who takes over this week as chief deputy fire marshal for Illinois. gency brain operation was performed. The hospital said his- condition was critical. His widow, Jeanette survives. An inquest was set for today in Minonk VFW Victory Dinner Held MONMOUTH—The Auxiliary of the J.W. Clendenin Post 2301 entertained the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post members at a victory dinner Wednesday night. Speakers at the dinner were Robert Plum, 8th District senior vice commander, and his wife, who is 8th District senior vice president of Rock Island. Both praised the Monmouth post for their fine home. Merton Shiffer, first commander of the local post, gave the history of' the post which was organized in 1941 with 28 members present. He gave special praise to Past Commander Harold Tinder, who was responsible for the plans and who instigated the buying of the lot for the new home and seeing that the building was purchased. Traces History Mrs. Fred Schultz, past president of the Auxiliary told of the history of the Auxiliary which was organized in 1944 citing the part each past president had played in the organization. Mrs. Donald Congdon was the first unit president. Also speaking were Mrs. Frank Barron, Auxiliary membership chairman, and Past Commander Tinder. Thor Levinson, past member from Oskaloosa, Iowa, was a special guest. The group was entertained by Mrs. William Lease of Kirkwood and Mrs. Charles Vancil in pantomime. Dies at Mattoon MONMOUTH — A former Monmouth man, John Jones, died Wednesday night at the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs Home at Mat- 'toon. His daughter, Mrs """""""Funerals MRS. 1IATT1E MACKEY MONMOUTH' — Funeral serv ices were held Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at the Lugg Memorial Chapel for Mrs. Hattie Mackey, 73, who was found dead in her home Mon day morning. The Rev. Orville Wright was in charge. Mrs. Jane Watson and Cecil Waugh sang and Mrs. Bernicc Holliday was at the organ. Burial was in Warren County Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were L. I. Engdahl, Leo Leary, E. E. McGuire, Al Rosenbalm, George Schuman and D. W. Watt. List More Items For Benefit Sale MONMOUTH — Latest contribu tions to the citywide White Elephant sale Wednesday are some live ducks, 12 tons of driveway gravel, some dressed chickens feed, tire chains, a roaster oven. Also contributed have been an electric orange juicer, some chil dren's saddle bags, folding chairs, a wardrobe trunk, other produce, bird cages, a 9 x 12 rug, a mahogany clock, and a large mirror. Drayson Will Keep Deputies Now in Office MONMOUTH — Warren County has a new sheriff, Ed Drayson, who was selected by the Warren County Board of Supervisors Wednesday to succeed 'John Twomey who resigned to become chief deputy fire marshal of Illinois. Drayson took his oath of office and posted a $10,000 bond. He stated he intended to retain Worden as his chief deputy and Paul Atchison as his second deputy. Drayson served as chief deputy under Sheriff Twomey until Feb. 1 of this year. Three candidates were interviewed by the board, Drayson, former sheriff from 1946 to 1950; Harley Worden, first deputy in the sheriff 's office, and Cleo Smith, former police chief and fire mar-, shal of Marquette Heights, now employed at the Iowa Ordnance Plant in Burlington. First ballot gave Drayson 7 votes, Worden 6, and Smith 1. With the low man eliminated Drayson secured 8 votes with 0 for Worden on the second ballot. Four supervisors were absent from the special meeting. Since February, at which time Worden was named chief deputy, Drayson has been wcighmaster at the Monmouth Stone Co. The Draysons will be moving to the sheriff's home at North A Street and West Archer Ave. from their home at 214 North D St. To Leave Friday The Twomeys will leave for Springfield on Friday to make their new home. They have rented an apartment there. Under Illinois law a county sheriff cannot be a candidate to succeed himself. However, since Drayson is going in by appointment, it. is believed he is eligible to run for sheriff in 1954, when the present term expires. Sheriff Drayson will receive the same salary as Twomey, $3,000 a year, until Jan. 1, when the board will make an adjustment in the scale. Mrs. Merriam Will Address Group MONMOUTH—Mrs. W. H. Merriam will speak on the coilntry of Cashmere at the Lutheran Workers Society at the church Friday at 2:30 p.m. She will have articles of interest from there on display. Special music will be provided by Dick Henry and Miss Mary Alice Ray. Hostesses will be Mrs. Axel Ahlstrand and Mrs. Victor Engdahl. Set AA Meeting MONMOUTH-The public Is Invited to a meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous Oct, 22 at 8 p.m. at the Monmouth Armory. An outstanding speaker has been secured. Anyone wishing the services of the group at any time may call 4475 in Monmouth. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Fink of Monmouth, left for Mat- Harrison toon this morning. WANTED TO BUY Lai* modal truck with itock rack. Pratar 179 In. whaalbaia or may buy C.O.E. ELMER BLOOMBERG R.H. 1, Lynn Center, 111. Reildenca Swedona, 6 miles north ot Now Wlndior Church. Bureau Women Attend Training School MONMOUTH — An officers' training school was held Wednesday for Home Bureau women in Warren County. In the morning, Miss Marian Sympson, assistant state leader in the home econom ics extension department of the University of Illinois, met with executive board. Several meetings were an nounced for coming weeks. Some time in December a "doll clothes" sale will be held. A county mem bership meeting is to be held Oct 28. Nov. 10 will be an all-day crafts meeting featuring rugs and all kinds of handiwork. Nov. 16 is to be a local leaders training school on "Cloth Makes the Difference." About seventy-five members from every unit in the county at tended the afternoon session, meet ing with Miss Sympson. Dates have been set for a counlywide membership drive starting with s breakfast Nov. 3 at the Y.M.C.A This will be in charge of the vice chairmen of the units and their membership committees. an- in Pierce with Mrs. son assisting. Willard Gustaf- Name Kenneth Watt For Bureau Board MONMOUTH — Kenneth Watt was nominated for the Warren County Farm Bureau Board at a meeting of Swan Creek Township Wednesday night. Otto Oberjohn led the farm policy development discussion. This evening the Warren county resolutions and policy develop-! ment committee will meet at 7:30 p. m. in the Marine Boom in Mon-i mouth,, meeting Wednesday that $7,104.50 has been collected toward the $16,500 goal in the fund raising campaign. In the special gifts division $5,500 has been secured toward a goal of $9,000. Goal in the personal solicitation is $6,500 of which $1,594 was reported Wednesday. Next report meeting of the team captains is Friday noon at the Marine Room. It's a Start FAIRFIELD, Calif. (UP)—Fairfield Civil Defense Director R. M. Cole said today he hopes to get more equipment for the city's civil defense unit. The unit's equipment now con- gists of one small geiger counter. 2-Ounce Bottle Drops on Editor; Condition Serious CHICAGO W) — LeRoy Hayman, 37, an editor and lecturer, was reported in serious condition today after a brain operation following what appeared a minor accident. Hayman, walking along LaSalle street in the loop Wednesday night was struck on the head by a two- ounce ink bottle which fell from a window on one of the top floors of the Central Y. M. C. A. Building. The blow knocked him to the pavement, dazed him and inflicted a deep cut. Police took Hayman to a hos- ipital where surgeons closed the cut with 15 stitches. Police had urged Hayman to remain in the] special purchase sale! wrinkle-free fit! 28 sizes! famous 'Baby Label" Plastic Seat Covers mode of wonderful Lumite Woven Plastic Factory Representative will be here io assist your selection Regular 22.95 Specially purchased • Chirga • Cilb • Ch»ck Ple«sa add 3% O-E. in Illinois. Noiiont Department, Stratr Floor Sorry, Mo Convertible*, Station Wagon*, Hard Top Convertible! or Cm With Cenier Arm Bad*.

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