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14 Galesbura Register*MQiL'Gd)gsbufQ, 111. Thursday, geph 12/1963 Teachers of Monmouth Area Are Feted MONMOUTH - Four teachers in the Monmouth public school system have been cited by Monmouth College for cooperating in the college's teacher preparation program over the past decade and a half. College President Robert W. Gibson presented citations to Miss Mae Anderson and Miss Florence Dahlberg, both English teachers at Monmouth High School; Miss Marjorie McKeown, mathematics teacher at the high school; and Miss Elizabeth Johnson, a fifth grade teacher at Willits School in Monmouth. Presentation was made last night at a dinner in the college student center attended by 36 teachers and nine principals from area schools. Also attending were six faculty members from the college's teacher preparation committee and 13 faculty members who head departments in which this fall's 41 student teachers are studying for their majors. Assist Training Program The citations note that the four women have assisted in the college's teacher training program since practice teaching became an established part of the education department curriculum more than 15 years ago and have provided "leadership, inspiration and dedication" to the college students who taught under their guidance. Dr. Gibson presided over the program, which included introductions by Prof. Albert Nicholas, Prof. Charles Wingo and Dr. Benjamin Shawver of the college education department. Dr. Allen Morrill, chairman of the teacher preparation committee, gave the invocation. Main speaker of the evening was Dr. Harry S. Manley, college academic dean, who called For teachers and administrators in elementary and secondary schools and colleges and universities to fully explore their "common denominators." "All of the school systems represented here tonight, plus other schools in this geographical area, have been cooperating for many years in the' important' task of capping the formal education training for those Monmouth College students who are prospective teachers by providing actual classroom confrontation," Dr. Manley commented, adding that more effort should ht made by both the public schools and the college to discover and properly use their "common denominators." Clarifying Is Needed The speaker said clear statements were needed on such topics as the type and kind of classroom experience future teachers should have, and the instructional program the prospective teacher should have with reference to course content in his field, teaching methodology and history and philosophy of education. Dr. Manley suggested that public school and college teachers in specific academic fields meet to identify and discuss mutual concerns and the objectives, depth and scope of what is being taught at each level. "Without regular, intelligent and serious cooperation of teacher and administrator," Dr. Manley warned, "The preparation of teachers will be fractional, fragmented and ineffective." FOUR TEACHERS in (he Monmouth public school system who were honored Wednesday evening at a Cooperating Teacher Recognition dinner held at the Student Center on the Monmouth College campus arc pictured above with Dr. Robert W. Gibson, president of the college, who made the presentation of certificates, They are, left to right, Miss Marjorie McKeown, high school mathematics teacher; Miss Mae Anderson, high school English; Dr. Gibson; Miss Florence Dahlberg, high school English, and Miss Elizabeth Johnson, fifth grade teacher at Willitts school. mg Fit Contestants Win at State MONMOUTH — Kathleen Bricker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Bricker, Roseville, member of the Greenbush Busy Buckeyes and Greenbush Baste and Taste 4-H clubs, received an A rating with a score of 126, the state average being 100, it was announced today. Kathleen- was top individual in the county with a score of 126 in the County Keeping Fit Day on July 16. Adele Armstrong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Armstrong of Monmouth, member of the Snip and Stir 4-H Club, received an A rating in the state contest with a score of 126. Adele was second individual in the county contest held on July 16 with a score of 118. Kathleen and Adele tied for third and fourth .in the state. The State 4-H Keeping Fit Contest was held in conjunction with the IAA Sports Festival in Springfield on Aug. 21. This year 35 counties sent 72 entries to the sports festival., READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! VINEGARS IADVERTISED IN Be SPEASittc... Ask for SPEASI At Grocers Everywhere OUR 75th YEAR Grand Jury To Report in Oquawka OQUAWKA — A new term of Henderson County Circuit Court, with Judge Keith Scott presiding, opens Oct. 7, on which date members of the grand jury also are to report, it was stated Wednesday by Edward R. Scharf, circuit clerk. The 23 members of the regular panel and three from the supplemental panel, notified to report, are evenly divided between men and women. There are 13 men and 10 women on the regular panel and the three from the supplemental panel are women. Members of the regular panel, with the township in which they reside, included Wendell Wetterling and Vincent Arnold, Raritan; Norma Lee Bigger and John H. Spears, Media; Charles Stevenson and Edith Higbee, Biggsville; James Alecock and Harold A. Nelson, Rozetta; Mae Fredrickson and Mabel Anderson, Bald Bluff; Clyde Chapin, Lyle B. Craig and Wilbur Pruett, Oquawka; John' Boden and Virginia Law, Gladstone; Don Annengers and Helen Ryan, Stronghurst; Frank Edmonds and Mary Tharp, Terre Haute; Martha A. Moulton and Ruth R. Postle, Lomax; Louise Donaldson and Robert F. Ford, Carman. Named from the supplemental panel were Mary Kozel and Esther Wilson of Raritan Township and Effie J. Kettelkamp of Media Township. Three LaHarpe men, John Curtis, 21, Raymond Robbins, 18, and Larry Meyers, 22, are in the county jail here, in lieu of $10,000 bond each on an armed robbery charge. They were held to the grand jury after appearing in the court of C. J. Vaughan, justice of the peace. The case, to be presented to the grand jurors, involves the alleged armed robbery, the night of Aug. 30, of Howard Dove, attendant at Hud- sonls Service Station on U.S. 34, near the Illinois-Iowa bridge. The men were apprehended a few SMITH'S FOOD MARKET Corner Monmouth Blvd. and Henderson St. WE RESERVE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PHONE 343-9040 SMALL B.B .Q. SPARE RIBS ib. 43c FIRM - RIPE BANANAS ., 10c FOLGERS COFFEE 3--»1.69 WHOLE FRYING CHICKENS •"25c WASHED - RED POTATOES 20 59c ROYAL PRINCE W.K. CORN 5 50c SKINlfSS WIENERS 3««• $ L29 SOLID HEAD LETTUCE Each IOC PURE CIDER VINEGAR *• 19c COLUMBIA SLICED BACON 3 $ 1.00 CELLO PKG. CARROTS 2 <* 19c LARGE CANS MILNOT 5 Cans 50C PUIUQUI Conned Picnic 3 a $ 1.69 BALLARD - PILISBURY BISCUITS 5 50c MIRACLE WHIP Quart 49c Sunshine CRACKERS lb. 29c K.C. Leaders Honors Set At Monmouth MONMOUTH — A testimonial dinner honoring Lee Lohaus, grand knight of Monmouth Council, and John Larkin, faithful navigator of Monmouth Assembly, Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus, will be held Sunday evening in the Prime Beef Room of the Colonial Hotel. ' Speaker for the occasion will be Victor N. Cardosi of Kankakee, present state deputy of the Knights of Columbus. A KC member since 1919, Cardosi served his home council as advocate and also as grand knight. He also served as district deputy, state treasurer and state secretary prior to becoming state deputy. He was Kankakee city attorney for 30 year:; prior to his election as circuit judge in the 12th Judicial District, an office he* now holds. Active in church, civic and community affairs, Cardosi is a former member of the executive board, Archdiocese of Chicago. Honors he has received include the Star of Solidarity from the president of the Italian Republic and Knight of St. Gregory, by appointment of the late Pope John XXIII. Cardosi and his wife, the former Pauline Mussa, are the parents of four daughters and a son. Also scheduled to be present Sunday evening is Harold Hurst of Peoria, master of the Central Illinois District, Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus, who will be accompanied by his wife. Lohaus, who resides at 322 W. First Ave., and Larkin, whose home is in Roseville, have served the council and assembly respectively the past 15 months. A social hour, starting at 6 p.m., will precede the smorgasbord dinner at- 7 p.m. All friends of Mr. and Mrs. Lohaus and Larkin have been invited to attend the testimonial affair. hours later by Keokuk police. In Vaughan's court Wednesday, Earl Grotts, 58, was held to the grand jury on a grand theft charge and was released on $10,000 bond. A complaint, signed by his former wife, Mrs. Mildred Grotts, alleged he took in excess of $2,000 from the tavern which he operates at Gulfport. Set Smithshire Meet SMITHSHIRE—The Smithshire unit of the Homemakers Extension Association will meet with Mrs. Harold Ruble Friday, Sept. 13 at 2 p. m, Members were asked to take meat recipes for" roll call. MONMOUTH ft«Mttitf tittil C6f»itpofitfMll Mi ff. M SI. Phftfl* m-mi fdt IftWl FOR MISSED COPIES PHONE 734-4121 Before 6:30 Woman Hit By Car Downtown MONMOUTH - Mrs. Zola McMahill, 58, of 201 N. Second St., was taken to Monmouth Hospital Wednesday afternoon, after being struck on the public square by a automobile driven by Miss Sara Hook, 17, of 819 A St. Police Chief Vincent Romano said this morning both Mrs. McMahill and a wrtness stated that she was crossing east on crosswalk from the circle in the square and had almost reached the, safety island when the Hook car struck her. Mrs. McMahill was taken by Turnbull ambulance to Monmouth Hospital where today she was reported in fair condition. Following the accident, Miss Hook, suffering from shock, was taken to her home. No charges have been fried by police. Immanuel Baptist's 75th Anniversary Will Be Noted MONMOUTH-"Hitherto and Henceforth" will be the theme used in observance of the 75th anniversary of the Immanuel Baptist Church to be held Sept. 13-15. Rev. Joel Anderson, a former member, will be the guest speaker Friday and Saturday evenings, to be followed by communion. The main program Saturday will be of praise and singing. Rev. Robert Klingberg from the Baptist General Conference will be the speaker at the morning worship service Sunday. Sunday at 3 p.m. historical events of the church will be told with messages given from former pastors and members. Following the afternoon service a luncheon will be served in the church basement by the social committee. In the evening Rev. Earl King, also a former member will speak on "Such Times As These." Each evening service will begin at 7:30. Leaders are urging that all former members and friends attend the services. MONMOUTH HOSPITAL Admitted Tuesday — Miss Jane Galloway, Mrs. Henry Oswald, Monmouth. Born Tuesday — Girls to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Talley and Mr. and Mrs. Everitt Hardin, Monmouth. Admitted Wednesday — Master James Christie, Gerlaw; Mrs. Everett Taylor, Charles Harrison, Mrs. Zola McMahill, Monmouth. Dismissed Wednesday — Mrs. Gerald Kelley, Mrs. Terry Walters and baby, Monmouth. One Motorist Penalized; 2nd Case to Be Heard MONMOUTH—Miss Nina Carlson, 212 N. D St., who was ticketed Tuesday for a right-of-way violation which caused a minor traffic accident, appeared in police court Wednesday and was fined $10 by Dale T. DeVore, police magistrate. Mrs. Jewell Wilson, 915 S. Fifth St., was ticketed Wednesday at 10:57 p.m. for a traffic violation at Main Street and Second Avenue. She will appear in police court Monday. MARRIAGE LICENSE MONMOUTH—One marriage license was issued Wednesday to John Edward Sobin of East Moline and Donna B. Sobin of Carbon Cliff. READ THE WANT ADSI Yates City- Reception Set YATES CITY — Reception for the teachers of the Yates City Community School will be held in the grade school gym Monday at 7:30 p.m. sponsored by the PTA. The Senior Woman's Club will give a skit on the program. This is for the entire community. Algerian Democracy ALGIERS, Algeria (UPD-Only ballots bearing- the name of Premier Ahmed Ben Bella' will be valid in, Sunday's presidential elections, Algerian government officials announced Wednesday. Ben Bella is running for president unopposed under the new Algerian constitution which allows only one political party—Ben Bella's National Liberation Front (FLN). READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Knox County's Finest Home Raised Beef. BELT FRONT QUARTERS Ib. 44c SIDES OF BEEF Ib. 54c HIND QUARTERS- lb.64c Ask About Our Convenient ''Deferred Payment" Plan. Western Zero Locker 456 East South Street Dial 3434161 Ticket Driver After Hitting Boy's Cycle MONMOUTH — An 11-year-old bicyclist escaped injury Wednesday afternoon when struck by a car. According to police information, Stanley J. Case, 11, of 325 N. Fifth St., was riding his bicycle at East Broadway and Fourth Street, when he was knocked from the bike by a car driven by Michael Lovvorn, 16, of 717 E. Archer Ave. The police report stated that Lovvorn stopped, saw the boy get up, and then both left. Stanley Case, the boy's father, signed a complaint charging Lovvorn with failure to give information or render aid. The Case boy was uninjured, his mother reported. A witness recognized the Lovvorn car and reported the information to the police. Lovvorn will appear in police court Saturday, Sept. 21. Carman Man Is Taken to Farm After Sentence OQUAWKA - Sheriff Vincent Carlson has reported that Dwight Hugunin, 48, of Carman, was taken Wednesday to the Illinois State Farm, Vandalia, to serve a three- month sentence imposed Monday in Henderson County Court. Monday's sentence was on a charge of driving w.h i 1 e intoxicated, filed after Hugunin's arrest Sunday. The Carman man, Carlson said, was arrested Aug. 10 on a similar charge. At the time of his Sunday arrest, action on the earlier charge still was pending, the sheriff related. Birth Record BIGGSVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. David Morris are the parents of a daughter born Sept. 9 at the Burlington Hospital. She will be welcomed home by a brother. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris are the grandparents. Query Farm Folk's Ideas On Program MONMOUTH - Farm Bureau in Warren County is out searching for the thinking of its members. There were 110 people present Tuesday night at the county meeting to start this year's program. G. W. Hagaman, district IAA secretary of organization, closed the meeting telling them the importance of this type of program. He pointed out that people were going to have to take more interest in legislation if Americans are to maintain their desirable type of government. Frank Cook of Roseville was chairman of the meeting. Del Ohren, secretary of organization, told the group how the program could be carried out. D. C. Walters, president of the Warren County Farm Bureau, said the county organization will help them carry out the program. Apportion Work To give each township information of some of the topics to be discussed, one person from each township attended one of the following discussion groups. The groups were divided into six discussion groups. Discussion was led on "The Citizen and the Communist Menace" by Glenn Lipp, "National Farm Progress" by Robert Armstrong, "Agricultural Exports and Imports" by Ernest Robinson, "Equalization of Taxes, for Townships and Road Districts" and "Fees and Salaries of Township Officers" by John Wallace, "Marketing Rights for Farmers" and "Marketing Checkoff for Agricultural Products" by Harold Beard. Townships to nominate directors this year are Swan, Berwick, Ellison, Lenox, Hale, Coldbrook and Spring Grove. These directors will be elected on Thursday, Nov. 7. The primary purpose of Policy Development is to obtain membership thinking as to the action Farm Bureau should take on policy matters. Now You Know By United Press International The United States produced more than one billion pounds of rayon in 1961, according to the World Almanac. No. 5 Public Sq. Peerless Mkt. 342. 6169 ON THE SQUARE HILLS BROS. COFFEE Lbs. 10 OZ. INSTANT 1....99c KRAFT MIRACLE WHIP « 49* MA BROWN NEW PACK STRAWBERRY 2 Tall 12 oz. Jars unviiii nun invn PRESERVES HUNT'S APRICOTS -or- PURPLE PLUMS.. NO. f NEW RED POTATOES 10 49 c FRESH CREAMY LONGHORN CHEESE Lb. OSCAR MAYER WIENERS All Meat Lb. PRE-COOKED TENDERIZE PICNIC HAMS 6-8 Lb. Av 8 . Lb. LEAN FRESH PORK STEAKS »49< TENDER STEAK RIB or SIRLOIN. Lb. TENDER BEEF ROAST* 49'» 59' FRESH PORK HOCKS »35' FRESH SLICED OSCAR MAYER MINCED HAM .or. SPICED HAM lb. FRESH TURNIPS - PARSNIPS - RUTABAGAS FRESH CATFISH - FRYERS - STEWERS - LAMB RYE - BUCKWHEAT - WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR FREE DELIVERY 8:30 - 10:30 - 2:30

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