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ion in Monmouth Is Theme of Week Golesburg Register-Moi I, Golesburq, Monday, Oct. 7. 1963 15 Every Home to Be Contacted MONMOUTH — The Monmouth Fire Department today mailed (ire safety pamphlets to all the Monmouth retail stores, service stations, industrial plants, and other Monmouth businesses. This is one of the activities of the department during fire Prevention Week, which is observed this year Oct. 6-12. Proprietors of stores and businesses were urged to review their fire prevention programs as a contribution to Fire Prevention Week. Some stores are located in new buildings, others in older School Benefit Auction to Be Held Oct. 26 MONMOUTH - The Monmouth Council, Knights of Columbus, will sponsor a "K. C. Benefit Auction" for the Immaculate Conception school, according to Lee Lohaus, Grand Knight. The sale will be held Saturday, Oct. 26, starting at 11 a.m. at the Addleman-Green warehouse on West Sixth Avenue. Grand Knight Lohaus, who will act as general chairman of this affair, has appointed the following committee chairmen: "Vic Cokel, food and refreshments; general solicitation chairmen, William Clark, who will also serve as chairman for the third ward with Bud Cokel; Art Holtkamp and Francis Martin, serving as chairmen in the first, second and fourth wards. Rural chairmen will be George Gavin, Northwest; Willard Greenstreet, Northeast; Robert Lozier, Southwest, and William Gavin, Southeast. Joe J. McCleary and Louie Arnold will act as clerks and Walt Durand will serve as publicity chairman. The K. of C. ladies will furnish pies for the food stand. In addition to selling articles donated, this auction will handle consignments of all kinds with the exception of clothing. Electrical Fire Damages Property MONMOUTH — Firmen were called today at 9:19 a.m. to the home of Woodrow Liby of 518 Sunny Lane where an overload on an electrical outlet caused some damage. V — , > BACKACHE & NERVE TENSION JECMDMV ro ma mmim After 21, common Kidney or Bladder Irritations affect twice as many women aa men and may make you tense and nervous from too frequent, burning or Itching urination both day and night. Secondarily, you may lose sleep and suffer from Headaches, Backache and feel old, tired, depressed. In such Irritation, CYSTEX usually brings fast, relaxing comfort by curbing Irritatlne germs in strong, acid urine and by analgesic pain relief. Get CYSTEX at druggists. Feel better fast. buildings, but in either ease fire safety is important, the fire department point* out. A large hazard is the accumulation of empty cartons, wrap* pings, and wooden shipping boxes. These sometimes accumulate in the stock rooms or behind counters, creating a fire hazard. The Monmouth Fire Department suggests that the owner check the fire safety in his building at all times. One or more employes should be assigned to the task of making sure fire hazards are not permitted to develop. The Monmouth Fire Department issued the following fire safety tips: 1. Used paper cartons, crates, packing and wrappings should be disposed of daily. They should be either carted away or burned in an approved incinerator: 2. Be sure the store is well equipped with fire extinguishers and emergency fire fighting equipment, and preferably with a sprinkler system. 3. Mark all exits clearly and make sure they are always readily accessible so that in case of fire customers will have ample opportunity to get out of the building quickly. Monmouth HOSPITAL Admitted Friday — Mrs. James Sanders, Robert E. Watson, Monmouth. Dismissed Friday — William Weaver, Monmouth. Admitted Saturday—Mrs. Lawrence Bennett, Mrs. Roy Kettering, Charles Hartzell, Baby Kimberly Jones, Monmouth. Dismissed Saturday — Donald Tatman, Mrs. Mildred Pedigo, Mrs. Ethel Steele, Mrs. Zola McMahill, Mrs. Donald Powell and baby, Mrs. Joe Williams, Mrs. Lawrence Shellenberger Jr. and baby, Monmouth. Admitted Sunday—Master Darwin McVey, Little York. Dismissed Sunday — Mrs. Lawrence Bennett, Mrs. Elmer Sexton, Monmouth. MONMOUTIISK FOR MISSED COPIES PHONE 734.1121 Before 6:30 MAILING FIRE SAFETY PAMPHLETS — Lawrence Shellenberger Sr., postal clerk receiving fire safety pamphlets from Firemen James Ray and Virgil Nelson to be mailed to all Monmouth businesses in observance of Fire Prevention Week. Serviceman Leaves Alexis After Visit ALEXIS — Bernard L. Melton Jr., Navy electrician's Mate third class left for San Diego, Calif., after spending past three weeks visiting hs mother, Mrs. Beulah Nelson. He has been serving aboard the tank leading ship USS Henry County, participating, in extensive amphibious maneuvers conducted Sept. 16-27 off coast of Southern California. BELLE-SHARMEER LETS YOUR LEGS EXPRESS THEMSELVES Are your legs long, short, full, lean or in-between? Whatever they are, Belle-Sharmeer can show them how to ahow off. The secret is the Fluent Fit: the most intimate ever seen in a seamless. Individual Legsizes assure you a seamless stocking that says the nicest things about you. Brev (for slim legs), Modito (for medium) or Duchess (for ample legs). In soft to certain tones. Seamless heel and toe* fieamlftsa Demitoe, Banquet on Schedule for Saturday MONMOUTH—Four-H Leaders will be honored Saturday night at the annual Recognition banquet to be held at 6:30 p. m. at the Farm Bureau building. Home Economics unit meetings this week are: Tuesday, Mrs. William Hennenfent will entertain members of the Gerlaw unit at 2 o'clock. The Gerlaw Nite unit will meet at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Robert Hartzell. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock Mrs. Walter McVcy will entertain the M.N.U. unit at her home. The Smithshire unit will meet Friday at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Forest Easum. The Hillcrest unit will meet at 7:30 p. m. Friday night at the home of Mrs. James Dillard. The major lesson by local leaders at all meetings will be "Senior Citizens—Understanding Aging." The short feature will be "Autumn and Halloween Decorations." Theft from House Reported to Police MONMOUTH — Leroy Lantz of 229 S. Fifth St., reported to police Sunday that $20 had been taken from his home, probably Saturday night. Lantz told officers he had. put $60 in a drawer Saturday and left the house. When he returned he found $40 lying on the floor but $20 was missing. Other occupants of the house had reported to the police, Saturday about 8 p.m. that they thought they heard someone in Lantz's bedroom, but when officers arrived no one was found. One-Man Art Show Listed on Monmouth College Calendar MONMOUTH—Paintings and Prints by Harlan Goudie, professor of Art at Knox College, Galesburg, will be exhibited at the Art Center on the Monmouth College campus starting at 4:15 today. Other events on the Monmouth College Calendar for this week include: Politics Club this evening at 7 o'clock at the Student Center. The Young Republicans and Young Democrats will meet this evening at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at 9 a.m. cluster group meetings will be held for Freshmen. A student council meeting will be held at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday evening at Wallace Hall. Wednesday at 4 o'clock a student-faculty committee meeting will be held in the Administration Lounge. The first in the Concert-Lecture series will be held Wednesday night at 8:15 when the Don Cossack chorus and dancers will appear in the College Auditorium. Thursday morning at 10 o'clock a Homecoming convocation will be held at the Auditorium. Martin Denny will present a jazz concert in the college auditorium Friday evening from 9 until 11:30 p.m. Saturday a number of Homecoming activities will take place Seed Corn Planting to Be Inspected MONMOUTH — An opportunity to inspect and compare competitive hybrid seed corn planting results is being offered to all persons interested, Stanley Sirrts, Warren County farm adviser, announced today. The inspection will be Thursday afternoon, Oct. 10, starting at 1 p.m., on the farm of Bruce Killey, 7V6 miles south and one mile east of Monmouth in Warren County. Eighteen seed corn companies have four rows each, alongside of Killey's hybrid. In each case, two of the four rows have been harvested to provide information concerning their yield, and two rows have been left standing for examination. Equipment will also be seen in operation Thursday. The major implement companies will have machinery harvesting corn on the Killey farm to demonstrate the various kinds of apparatus available. including the Kappa Kappa Gamma Homecoming banquet to be held at the Colonial Hotel at noon. At 1:30 p.m. the Monmouth College Scots will meet Beloit for the Homecoming game. • At 1:45 p.m. the Beloit freshmen and varsity men will meet Monmouth in a cross country meet. Following the Homecoming game the Pi Beta Phi reception will be held in Marshall Hall and the Alpha Xi Delta tea will also be held in Marshall Hall. Alumni Board meetings will be held in the Administration Lounge Friday and Saturday. News Notes Of Kirkwood KIRKWOOD — Mr. and Mrs Robert Tippett went to Daven port Sunday to visit their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mewes, taking them out to dinner, honoring Mrs Mewes, whose birthday is Oct. 7 Kirkwood Assembly, Order of the Rainbow for Girls will meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. La Verne Brick er and children Carolyn and "LOOK" to the Give-A-Gift VEBERS 149 E. Main St. for Fine Dinnerware $1 Down - $1 Week Parents Club At Oqumvka Organizes OQUAWKA — The Oquawka Parents Club held its first meeting of the year Wednesday, Sept. 25, with all officers present. The pre-school committee was also present, and reported there were 27 children enrolled in pre-school. Room mothers for pre-school are Jeanine Bundy and Jane Millard. Room mothers for the grades are: First, Betty Ohler and Delores Olson; second, Hazel Jones and Katherine Dawdy;. third, Marie Brockett and Phyllis Sells; fourth, Carol Meister and Garnett Pirtle; fifth, Rose Mary Meloan and Joy James; sixth, Maude Meyer and Alice Craig; seventh, Marge Cameron and Betty Coover, and eighth, Ruth Simpson and Ruby Robbins. The next meeting of the Parents Club has been^ changed from Oct. 30 to Oct. 23, due to a church supper and Halloween. It will be held at the grade school at 7:30 p.m. The sixth grade mothers will be hostesses. SAVE AT REED'S Hundreds of Pairs to choose from GIRLS' DRESS and SCHOOL SHOES NfcW Vulcanized Sole Other* 3.97 REED'S SELF SERVICE SHOE 328 East Main St. (Former O&cp Location) OTHER PAYS UNTIL 5:00 P.M. fxcept SAT. Till 6:00 OTHER PAYS UNTIL 5:90 PM. Ticketed After 2-Car Accident MONMOUTH - Sergio A. Rig- ol, 32, of 25 Maple City Trailer Court, was ticketed for a right-, of-way violation following a minor accident Sunday. Rigol is charged with having struck a car driven by James D. Fly, 21, of Burlington, Iowa, at the intersection of South Seventh Street and East Second Avenue. He is scheduled for a hearing later today. Completes Term MONMOUTH - Jacob A. Swan of Beardstown who was arrested Sept. 29 by State Trooper Ritter for operating a car without a license, and was fined $65 and sentenced to spend 7 days in county jail on the charge, was released Sunday after he served his time and paid his fine. John, of Normal, visited Sunday with his father, Fred Bricker. Ray Rosenbalm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rosenbalm of Kirkwood, who is stationed at Ft. Riley, Kan., has been promoted from specialist fourth- class to sergeant. Mrs. Anna Danukos of Monmouth, spent the weekend with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gray. Mrs. Carl Edman and Mrs. Max Lober of Blandinsville, and Mrs. Bertha Wheeler of Bushnell spent Friday with Mrs. Ralph Trego. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williams and boys, Roger, Andy and Ricky, were Wednesday supper guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Hinton and family. The occasion honored Mr. Hinton on his birthday. Invite All to Discussion OnEducation MONMOUTH - The October meeting of the Warren Achievement School Board will feature Mrs. Eddie Black, teacher in the local E.M.H. room, who Mil speak on the new ideas and approach of teaching cursive writing instead of the usual printing to the handicapped child. The program will be not only for the staff and volunteer help, but for all interested persons who wish to attend at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening at the Achievement School building. A discussion of this , subject and technique in its teaching, used by Dr. Newell Kephart, nationally known authority on the handicapped child, will follow the talk with Mrs. James Ebersole as leader. Dr. Kephart, who is the educational consultant for the Warren Achievement School, will be visiting the Monmouth community on Oct. 30 and 31, under the combined efforts of Monmouth College, the Monmouth Public School System and the Warren Achieve ment School. His complete schedule will be announced ahead of his arrival. Teachers at Workshop Mrs. Donald Armstrong and Mrs. Robert Matson, teachers at W.A.S. spent all of last week at Purdue University taking part in a workshop concerning the handicapped child, under the direction of Dr. Kephart. The knowledge gained from this experience will be passed on to the volunteers by the two teachers and should be of great help to the aides at the school. Volunteers for the 1963-64 school year included Miss Gladys Edwards, Miss Louise Sawyer, Mrs. William Hoover, Mrs. Roy Smallwood, Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. Robert Howard, Mrs. Marion Beel, Mrs. Eldon Tinsman, Mrs. Carter Stanton, Mrs. Edmond Kelly, Mrs. Kenneth Critser, Mrs Scots 2nd in Grinnell Race MONMOUTK - Grinnell Col. lege annual Les Duke invitational cross-country meet was held Sat* urday with six schools participating. Forty-five entrants ran the hilly three-miler which was held at a golf course. Monmouth team finished second while host Grinnell won the meet. Grinnell had 29 points, Monmouth 64, Luther 77, Lor is 8?, Graceland 91 and St. Ambrose 146. Monmouth's next cross-country meet will be against Beloit this weekend! Alexis Club to Meet ALEXIS — The Alexis Junior Woman's Club will meet at home of Mrs. Horace Peterson Friday at 8 p.m. A woman will present a program on handwriting analysis. 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