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Divided Into Groups !. The 101 girls attending a cheerleading work- group pictured is learning a pompon dance shop at Monmouth College this week are rou tinc divided into groups for instructions. The ' Rah! Rah! Sis-Boom-Bah! Go! Fight! Win! Team! MONMOUTH - Anyone in the vicinity of Liedman Hall on the Monmouth College campus this week has probably heard someone barking out commands such as "OK, girls, let's .take a one, two, three, four, turn left —" and, if itheir vision was impaired, .they might think they were listening to a WAC drill sergeant. But the girls being put ithrough the paces are not soldiers. They are cheerleaders 101 girls who have gathered on the campus to abtend a cheerleading workshop being presented by Nationwide Cheerleaders Association, with headquarters in Saltsburg, Pa. The girls registered and be- gen a 4-day session of instructions on Sunday. About 80 of the girls are attending on a residential basis and the other 21 are commuting from schools in the area. •; The three members of (he staff are directing the cheerleaders in a rigorous schedule oi exercises, pompon routines, gymnastics, m i n i - trampoline stunts, and crowd control techniques. MONMOUTH Correspondent Mrs. Lorraine Stauth For News -112 S. 10th St. Phone 734-4721 For Missed Copies Before 6 P. M. Phone 734-43.21 Gafesburg Register-Mait, Galesburg, 1 \l _ Thursday,.,Jung 21, 1973 25 Union Board To Purchase Mobile Unite Roseville Slated in New Routine Miss Judy Potkovich, one of the staff members from headquarters, said today they try to teach girls seven new cheers, simple but showy pompon routines, trampoline mounts and bounces, gymnastics and style (changes in cheerleading. She said, "Our style can only be described as a compromise between a military and a dance style." The workshop included a talent show Monday night and today the girls participated in team competition. Area school cheerleading teams attending include ROVA, AlWood, Warren, Winola, Kewanee, Abingdon, Central Junior High School, Stronghurfit Southern, and Yorkwood. There are also teams from Bismarck, Elmhurst, Payson, Wiimette, Olympia Fields and Havana and one from Bedford, Ind. This is the fourth year that a cheerleading workshop has been conducted at Monmouth College, and attendance increases each year. There were only 28 girls at the first workshop. Miss Pot­ kovich said, "We continue each year to find more and more interest in cheerleading techniques." She said she thought much of the interest might be due to a seeming return on the part of today's high school students to greater involvement in school events and sports than was present during the sixties Miss Leann Brinkman, Peyson, one of 101 girls attending a cheerleading workshop at Monmouth College this week, clutches the hand of her instructor, Miss Judy Potkovich, Pittsburgh, Pa. Miss Brinkman is being taught the technique of using a mini-trampoline to add extra spirit to cheerleading routines. MONMOUTH Community Memorial Hospital Summer Entertainment Slated at College MONMOUTH — Rosewood, a folk-singing group, will perform at the Styx fa the. Monmouth College Student Center Friday night, June 22, beginning at 7:30 p.m. The concert is open to the public and free of charge. . This appearance by Rosewood is a feature of the summer entertainment schedule prepared for students partici­ pating in the summer session' at Monmouth College. According to William Slack, director of Student Center activities, 2-day trips open to all students have been planned. On July 7, a bus trip will take students to the Nauvoo Mormon Restoration site for tours of the factories, homes and temples, and for a sample of the famous Nauvoo cuisine. Jaycees Plan To Distribute Survey Form WOODHULL — Dave Lindsey reported that the AlWood community survey will be sent out late in June when the Woodhull- Alpha Jaycees met recently .Terry Anderson explained the organization's programs, and members discussed the dedica tion of the tennis-basketball court during Fun Days in July. Gary Johnson said bids will.be sought for lighting the tennis court. 'Rich Calhoun was appointed chairman of a committee to plan an August meeting, when wives will be guests. Dwayne Van Hyfte, regional vice presi dent, and Rod Minder, Geneseo dub president, were guests. A total of 1,054 items were circulated during May by the Clover Township Public Library. The figure compares with 737 items circulated during May J972. Books added to the shelves at the library include: The Stone Maiden, Manners; The, High Valley, North; Dawn of Remembered Spring, Stuart; Group Portrait With Lady, Bell, Bell; The Old Do? Barks Backwards, Nash;! Woodall Mobile Homo and Park Directory; Millie, Cunningham; Daisy CanXleld, Haas; Tyler's How, Read; Law and Order, Uhnak; Dying Inside, Sllverberg. Lovingly, llice; Oulnness Book of World Records, McWhhter and Guinness; Davy Crockett, Rourke; Harriett the Spy, Fltsshugh; Bible Bedtime Stories for Children, Fernandez; Sparrows Don't Drop Candy Wrappers, GubeJ; Mr. Wiggles Hook, Craig; Adventures on Library Shelves, Rlngstead; The Boy who Wju Lost, Bergey; Counting Rhyinea, Golden Proas. _ r Ho Didn't Mind Getting Wet Gaugert; The Queen Who Saved Her People, Green; Tlio _Strange Bit ®rt Ore >£>ung Mj.m In the Desert, Klug Feust That Almost Flopped, Irene; The Innke^per'u DuughU'i-, reene; The Ring of Flory UOI'HCH, Maruuurdl; Three Men Wlio (alked on Flic, Sclua-li; The Man ho Won Without Fighting, Me,all; Tho FI .Hlieniuiu 's Surprise, Sergey; A Garden and a Promltie, qchiefaJ. Claimed Pets On Tax Forms NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UPI) A federal grand jury Wednes> day charged Joan Bringe of Antioch claimed a pat dog and oat as dependent children on her income tax returns. The indictanenit said she claimed "Tracy W.," a dog, on tax returns for the years 1968 and 1969, and both "Tracy W.' and "Julia A.," a cat, on her 1970 form. Victoria Residents Join Club Tour VICTORIA — Miss Edna Hed slrom, Mrs. Ethel McKie, Mrs. Willard Nelson and her grandson, Tim Nelson, joined members of the Galva Camera Club on a tour June 17 to Arthur, III. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Birch and Judy, Great Falls, Mont., arrived June 14 at the home of her mother, Mrs. Marie Gordon, for a visit. July 14, students will be invited to spend .the day swimming, sunning, and relaxing at Lake Storey. Two full length movies "Walk About" and "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" will be presented at the Haldeman-Thiessen Theater throughout the summer. Admissions Tuesday: Lloyd Hollos, Mrs. Fred Adkins, Mrs. Dale Kimmitt, Monmouth; Mrs. G. Dewey Stevens, George Dewey Stevens, Des Moines, Iowa; Harold Liggett, Alexis. Dismissals Tuesday: Hawkins, Little York; George Van Skike, Mrs Hastings, Mrs. William Monmouth; Raymond Renard, Biggsville; Mrs. Helen Ray, Berwick; Births Tuesday: A son to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tomlin, Monmouth. Eddie Mrs. Alice Oaks, The American Red Cross was founded by Clara Barton May 21, 1881. Girl Scout Troup Selling Fireflies BELLEFONTAINE, -Ohio (UPI) — A Girl Scout troop here is selling fireflies instead of cookies. The Scouts began their money-making project after learning the Sigma Chemical Co. of St. Louis, Mo., needs million fireflies this year as a source of a rare chemica known as "luciferin" or "luciferase." The company pays 30 cents per 100. "We sent them 240," said Mrs. Orren Johnston, who is overseeing the firefly hunt for the troop. "That's only 60 cents, but they pay on a sliding scale and the next hundred is worth 35 cents—and you can get up to a penny apiece." They have been getting imosquitoes and everything else in their nets—and a little poison ivy," Mrs. Johnston said of the Scouts. • ROSEVILLE — The parade committee of the qiiasquicett- fcennial celebration has announced that a parade has been scheduled to begin at 11 a.m., Aug. 4. The committee Is Inviting all groups, organizations, Individuals and businesses to enter a float in the parade. There will be four categories: Most authentic representation of the period of 1848; originality, beauty and over-all attractiveness; novelty, and horses and ponies. Entries must be made to the chairman, Dave Bellinger, before July 30. Each entrant is to choose the category in which he wishes to participate. Three cash prizes and ribbons will be awarded in each category, with $25, $15 and $10 being given. Awards will be made Saturday at 7 p.m. at the fire station where it is hoped that the winning floats will be on display. The parade, entitled Yesteryear, will begin at the high school, go north on Chamberlain to the museum, then west on East Penn to the intersection. From there, it will go one block north on North Main to Walnut Street, then one block east to Chamberlain and then to Eldridge Park, where it will disband. A member of the committee said today that a number of floats and entries have been planned. Committee members of the Warren County Historical Society have announced that several items are still needed for the display at the fair. Old-time dinner pails carried by children to school are needed for the school room display A dress form used in sewing is requested by Mrs. Marvin Hawk, and a wooden file cabinet, such as used in doctor's offices is needed. Anyone who will lend an old- time sewing rocker, a folding screen and a feather tick, is asked to please call Mrs. Keith Solomon. Adults and students who were in Don Vanderveen's art class are asked to enter their work in the Art Show scheduled Aug. 4, at the old high school. Art entries will be judged in categories of: school grades 1, 2 and 3; grades 4, 5 and 6; grades 7 and 8; grades 9 and 10; grades junior and senior, and adults. Prizes will be awarded in each category. The men's athletic contest will be held during intermission of the band concert at the park, Tune 27. Again, the Roseville High School band will provide an eh- Parade August Roseville MRS. IRA LAND Correspondent Roseville P. O. Box 145 Phone 426-2642 tertaining part of the celebration. The Pee Wee and Little League games that were rained out Monday night will be played) Thursday beginning at 6 p.m. The women's softball game will follow the Little League game. The games that were called Tuesday night due to rain, will be played June 28. Mrs. Mabel Ranney, Roseville, is presently residing at the LaMolne Christian Nursing Home in Roseville. Roseville members of Chief Shaubena Chapter, DAR, who attended the luncheon and reception at Rushville recently for Mrs. Cleland E. Leaman of Wii­ mette, the state regent, included Mrs. Herman Kington, Mrs. Otto Oberjhonn, Mrs. Ralph Strickler and Mrs. W. A. Lee. 2-Year-Old Boy Well After Coma SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPI) — A itwo-year-old boy is back on his feet today, five days after being packed in ice for 24 hours. Steven Nakatani was placed in blocks of ice as a treatment for a coma and convulsions laifter he was found in a| backyard fish pond last week by his mother, Mrs. Roy Nakatani. A Sacramento Medical Center spokesman said he is in satisfactory condition. Retrial For Flag Carrier AUSTIN, Tex. (UPI) David Edmonson Renn was arrested on Flag Day 1970 for carrying an American Flag with a peace symbol on it. A court in Dallas sentenced Renn to 10 years in prison for violating the spate's flag desecration code. During the course of the trial, the prosecution described Renn as a "hippie," "anti-Christ," and a "Communist" and his flag as a OQUAWKA - Union School District 115 Board of Education Monday night agreed to purchase two mobile classrooms after a recent survey tadteaited an unusually high enrollment at Union High School for next fall. Cost of the portable classroom units will be $15,373, according to District Superintendent Samuel Wegrnan, who added that the units should be ready for use by the beginning of the school year. Explaining the need for the additional space, Wegrnan pointed out that 97 incoming freshmen are expected, replacing a graduating class of 53. The enrollment "bulge" will last about five years, the superintendent predicted. In other business at Monday's regular meeting, board members: Purchased new science furniture for Union High's biology department. Cost is $4,675. —Accepted a bid for delivery of 25,000 gallons of gasoline for the 1973-74 school term from Stott's Standard Service, Oquawka. Price per gallon was set at the market price at time of delivery. ^-Employed Norris Office Equipment, Monmouth, to service school business machines during the summer. —Accepted the resignations of three Oquaiwka grade school teachers and a Union High teacher. Leaving their jobs at the grade school are Linda Starman, Jane Keltogg and Susan Reck. Nancy Krey, English teacher at the high school, resigned. Others resigning were Diana Stevenson, teachers' aide at Oquaiwka, and Wilma Van Tine, a cook at Gladstone. —Awarded new contracts to Mrs. Mary Jo Melvin, English teacher, Carolyn Anderson, Tri- VaUey Middle School Physical Education and Social Science teacher and Judith Green, an elementary teacher. Partial tuition payments to various junior colleges were approved by the board tor Suzanne Fisher, Susan Delabar, Becky Steele and Jim Olson. School lunch prices for the next school year were set at the same rates as last year by the board. Bills and payroll expenditures for June were approved by the board in the fallowing amounts: Education Fund, $79,334.23; Henderson County Joint Agreement, $1,041; Building fund, $5,644.85; Transportation fund, $3,250.68, and Bond and Interest "swastika." The Texas Court of Criminal I "$9 653 Appeals ruled Wednesday such 1 ' ' remarks were improper and ordered a new trial. I READ THE WANT ADS! Hot, Cold Spots NEW YORK (UPI) - The lowest temperature reported this morning by the Natoinal Weather Service, excluding Alaska and Hawaii, was 34 degrees at Evanston, Wyo. Highest temperature reported Wednesday was 111 degrees at Thermal, Calif. Wins $800,000 LONDON (UPI) - Bus conductor Tom Costello, 59, won $800,000 on the soccer polls Wednesday. But he doesn't plan to change his lifestyle yet. "I do not intend to move until my tomatoes ripen," he said. 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