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8 Gotesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, Soturdoy, Oct 12, 1963 Monmouth College Celebrates Homecoming TAU KAPPA EPSILON FRATERNITY AND KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA SORORITY FLOAT. Queen Chosen; Hold Parade, Play Beloit MONMOUTH-Katherine Frch- ner of Highland Park reigned over Homecoming festivities at Monmouth College today. The queen's court was composed of Jane Niblock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Niblock, Homewood, senior attendant; Kathleen Rafferty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James T. Rafferty, New York City, junior attendant; Robin Welch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Welch, St. Charles, sophomore attendant, and Barbara Simpson, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Marshall W. Simpson, Peoria, freshman attendant. Miss Frehner, a senior at Monmouth, is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority and International Relations Club and Katherine Frehner SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON FRATERNITY FLOAT IN THIS MORNING'S PARADE SIGMA PHI EPSILON FRATERNITY AND ALPHA XI DELTA SORORITY. Alumnus Authors Dickens Book MONMOUTH—Dr. Earle Davis, a 1927 Monmouth College graduate, is the author of "The Flint and the Flame: The Artistry of Charles Dickens," which will be published Oct. 15 by the University of Missouri Press. Dr. Davis, professor and head of the English department at Kansas State University, taught English at Monmouth for six years. He received his A. M. at the University of Illinois, his Ph. D. at Princeton in 1935 and has been head of the English department at Kansas State since 1950. His other books are "An American in Sicily," "Readings for Enjoyment" and "Masquerade." works on the staff of the cam' pus newspaper, The Oracle. This year she is serving as one of the two social coordinators for the student council, planning dances, concerts and other social events. She is majoring in sociology. Miss Niblock is majoring in sociology and is a member of Kappa Delta sorority; the college Pep Club; Orchesis, campus modern dance organization; and serves on the staff of the college literary annual, the Piper. Miss Rafferty is a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority and the college Pep Club and is majoring in English. Miss Welch is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, a cheerleader and one of 12 students leading the freshman orientation program. Miss Simpson's father is a 1940 graduate of Monmouth College. Miss Frehner and her attendants were elected by the male student body at the college. They led the Homecoming parade Saturday morning, were presented to the returning alumni and students at halftime ceremonies of the Beloit - Monmouth Homecoming football game and the Homecoming dance this afternoon. As ° kickoff to the Homecoming weekend an all-college barbecue" was held at 4:45 p. m. Friday afternoon in the Winbigler Hall area. Following the barbecue a "Yell Like Hell" contest was held and was won by me- of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity and the freshmen girls. A caravan of tractors pulling hayracks then proceeded around the business district and back to the athletic field where a gigantic bonfire and pep rally was held. The day was climaxed by Martin Denny orchestra in a jazz concert, enjoyed by a capacity crowd in the Monmouth College auditorium, at which time selection of Miss Frehner and members of her court were announced. Today's activities continued with the annual Homecoming parade and football game this afternoon. Three Injured In Accidents MONMOUTH - Two motorists are patients at Monmouth Hospital where they were taken by ambulance Friday following two separate accidents at 2:30 p.m. Fred Stone, 52, of rural Monmouth was driving east on East Broadway Road. About 200 yards east of the intersection he apparently blacked out due to a heart ailment, and ran into a ditch. Robert Stevens, Warren County Deputy Sheriff, reported Stone sustained only minor bruises of his head and knee. He was admitted to the hospital, where his general condition today was listed as fair. Friday night at 7:30, Ann Gibson, 16, of rural Monmouth was driving east on the East Broadway Road on her way to Warren School. In a report made to Deputy Sheriff Stevens she stated when she went to pass a half- ton pick-up truck the driver of the truck suddenly turned directly into Miss Gibson's path, forcing the Gibson car down an embankment. The driver of the truck, 78-year-old R. W. Hayden at that time was attempting to make a left turn into the lane to the farm of his brother-in-law, Alfred White. He was also taken to Monmouth Hospital where his condition was listed as fair this morning. There were two passengers in the Gibson car—Miss Lynn Ricketts, 16, and Miss Debbie B. Boostrom, 16, also of Monmouth. Miss Ricketts was treated for minor injuries and released from Monmouth Hospital. Child in Mishap Forrest Day, 22, of 1022 S. Main St., reported to police Friday that he had struck six-year- old Sandra Mettler of 1110 S. Third St., Thursday at 4:45 p.m. Day told officers that the little girl darted from behind a parked car on South Third Street into the path of his car, and he was unable to avoid hitting her. Her father, Donald Mettler, told officers Sandra was treated at a doctor's office for minor bruises. Day was not ticketed. MONMOUTH FOR MISSED COPIES PHONE 734-4121 Before 6:30 Ml W. S it, £M*49II MARY PRANCES KEATING, Route 1, Alexis, as a member of (he 1963 University of Illinois cheerleaders, will lead student, faculty and alumni enthusiasm at annual homecoming festivities next weekend. The Fighting Illini meet University of Minnesota Oct. 19 in Memorial Stadium for the 53rd annual homecoming game. Cheerleaders are selected In the spring following tryouts. Neiv Adviser Is Active in Community MONMOUTH — Recognition of varied community activities of Stephen P. Bellinger of Mon mouth was made yesterday by Gov. Otto Kerner, in his announcement of Bellinger's appointment as a member of the Council of Economic Advisers to the Illinois Board of Economic Development, of which the governor is chairman. Brief mention of the appointment was published Friday. The board is responsible for coordinating all state agencies in the area of economic growth. MONMOUTH —The Monmouth | Bellinger is managing partner College Department of Music will J of Prairieland Broadcasters, oper- present Robert Nadeau, pianist, ators of radio stations WIZZ in Set Piano Program Monmouth Sunday at 4 p. m. in the Monmouth College auditorium in the following program. Sonata in A major, Op. 101— Ludwig van Beethoven—(17701827). Four Etudes, Op. 10—Frederic Chopin—(1810-1849). Ballade in F major, Op. 38— Chopin. Miroirs— Maurice Ravel—(18751937). Sonata (1926)—Bela Bartok— (1881-1945). :.t „....•.„ '>'!• . **k .l. »•*» i *j« . THETA CHI FRATERNITY AND PI BETA Pill SORORITY. Monmouth HOSPITAL Admitted Friday — Charlie Kr:egbaum, Monmouth. Dismissed Friday — Baby Deborah Turley, Smithshire and Jo-! *eph Young, Monmouth. | Plan Laymen's Day BIGGSVILLE - Sunday will be observed as Laymen's Day at the Methodist Church. Services will be in charge of Robert Seymour, lay leader, with Philip Neally, Danville, Iowa, as special speaker. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! ADDITIONAL MONMOUTH ON PAGE NINE Monmouth Bowling MIXED LEAGUE Johnson's Faint, 14-6; Davison & Smith 13-7; Don's TV, 12-8; Mimson Feed, 12-8; Levine's, 11-9; C & E Motors. 9-11; Hook, 5-15; Sloss & Shimmin. 4-16. High individual game, (Ml Leonard Johnson, 212, (Wi Gertrude Johnson. 183; high individual series, (M) Al Bennett 532, <W) Millie Hurka, 444 High team game, Munson Feed, 7(i2; high team serie=, Munson Feed, 2218. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! MONMOUTH COLLEGE VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM—Meets Beloit here today. Front row, Wayne Michalek, Wayne Crum, Kenneth Bielawa, Robert Tucker, Frank Hopkins, Jack Garrett. Clifford Osborn, Daniel Bianucci, James Mock. Second row, Assistant Coach Henry Andrew, Manager James Flynn, Harold Wertich, William Taylor, Ralph Summerhill, Lawrence Keener, Brian Medford, Russell Triner. Third row, Manager William Simpson, Robert Stiles, David Yez, Arthur Buckley, Daryl Gillespie, Otto Stephani, Dennis Deegan. Back row, Earl Paasch, Gerald Allison, John Stergulz, Clark Tracy, James Pillarski, Richard Asoian, Head Coach Joe Pelisek. VARSITY CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM—Monmouth College harriers seeing action today against Beloit in the local college homecoming are pictured left to right, Coach P. O. Smith; Douglas Carson, a sophomore from Lockport, 111.; Lawrence Berdoll, a sophomore from Pleasant Plains, 111.; Robert Brining, a sophomore from Galesburg, 111.; David Stimpson, a sophomore from Northbrook, III.; Michael Dotson, a junior from Hinsdale, III.; Stephen Pettit, a junior from Winnetka, III.; Robert Hebn, a junior from Pes Plaines, 111.; and James Vyhaleu, a senior from Springfield, 111. Streator and WRAM in Monmouth and president of Velocitronics Corp., Monmouth, Electronics manufacturers. A native of Lafayette, Ind., Bellinger attended Purdue, Butler and Indiana universities. He has been active in the field of broadcasting for more than 20 years. Bellinger is a member of the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of the Monmouth Chamber of Commerce and past chairman of its Industrial Development Division. He serves on the board of directors of the Monmouth YMCA and the Radio Advertising Bureau in New York. Medical Society Convenes MONMOUTH — At Thursday'* quarterly meeting of the Warren County Medical Society, unanimous decision was reached that the society go on record as being in favor of and endorsing the program for increased hospital facilities in our community. A decision was also reached to give active support to the present program of the U.S. Public Health department and the American Medical Association to encourage nation-wide innocula- tion against tetanus for people in all age groups. The program is to be carried out on an individual basis at the physician's office. It was suggested that those who are not properly protected aganst tetanus discuss the matter with their physician. The County Medical Society also reached a unanimous decision to turn the balance remaining from the oral polio immunization program over to the Local Chapter of the National Foundation with the suggestion that the money be applied on the debt to the St. Francis Hospital Polio Rehabilitation center in Peoria. Approximately 30,000 doses of oral polio vaccine were given in Warren County in the mass program and after payment of all bills the balance to be contributed to the foundation is $2,303.37. Plans Presentation SPRINGFIELD (UPD— Stephen P. Bellinger of Monmouth, who has been named a member of the Council of Economic Advisers to the Illinois Board of Economic Development, said Friday a mass media presentation would be planned to attract industry and to accelerate Illinois industrial acquisition and activity. Bellinger said one of the projects in which he will be involved would be work in the area of public relations to make industry and the people of the state aware of the assets of Illinois. Traffic Cases Before Court Two men were arrested and one man was fined for traffic violations yesterday and today. Donnie R. Whiteside, 19, of rural Roseville was arrested at 12.12 a.m. today by city police for speeding on East Broadway. He will have a hearing Oct. 19. Emmett Lee Utley, 37, of Clinton, Iowa, was arrested at 2:35 a.m. by Robert Stevens, Warren County Deputy Sheriff for driving with an expired driver's license. He will also have a hearing at police court Oct. 19. Percy Johnson, 54, of 122 N. Second who was arrested for a school light violation Thursday was fined $10 in police court Friday. Set Biggsville Meet BIGGSVILLE — The parent- teacher meeting of the Biggsville Elementary School will be Monday, 7:30 p.m., in the Biggsville gym. First and second grades in charge of the program. WARREN CO. SADDLE CLUB Warren County Saddle Club will meet Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the Legion Auxiliary room. Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Conway and Mrs. Seany Smith. Agricultural Items Will Be Auctioned by ASCS MONMOUTH — The Warren County ASCS Committee, acting as agents for Commodity Credit Corporation, a division of the United States Department of Agriculture, announced Friday that two auctions would be held Friday of next week for the sale of some storage bins, concrete blocks and miscellaneous items. The sales are as follows: Swan Creek bin site, located one-fourth mile east of Swan Creek, Friday at 9 a.m. Cameron bin site, located at the southeast corner of Cameron, Friday at 1:30 p.m. The announcement stated the buildings were purchased in 1939 and are obsolete and are no longer suitable for the storage of Commodity Credit Corporation- owned grain. The buildings are suitable, however, as hog shelters and the storage of some farm tools. The buildings may be inspected between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Oct. 17, and the morning of the sale. READ THE WANT ADS! French-Language House Opened MONMOUTH - A French language house designed to improve the fluency of speech and depth of study in French opened this fall at Monmouth College. "La Maison Francaise" began operation earlier this fall avec 10 women students of French as its residents and Mademoiselle Antoinette Lerond, instructor in French and a native of Jarville, France, as director. Students in the two-story dwelling two blocks from the campus are selected because of their in terest in the language and their academic ability. At La Maison Francaise" the girls speak only French, while within the house in order to practice the spoken language through everyday use. Therefore the statement, "I am leaving for the college campus," is only heard as "Je vais »u cot lege," at the house. Adding to the French atmosphere are prints of drawings by French artists, a library of books in French and an occasional French-style meal supervised by Mile. Lerond.