Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 16, 1963 · Page 32
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 32

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 16, 1963
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MONMOUTH FOR MISSED COPIES PHONE 734-4121 Before 6:30 32 6ol* sburo Reoister»Moil, Golesburg, Mi. Wednesday, Oct. 16, 1963 Directors of College to Meet Friday MONMOUTH—The Monmouth College Board of Directors, highest governing body of the 111-year-old liberal arts college, will meet Friday and Saturday to set policy and act on recommendations for the 1964-65 academic year and the college's o 10-year growth program. Twenty-five of the 35 board members are expected to attend the semi-annual meeting. The board will hear a report on the fund drive for the proposed $1,050,000 science hall at the regular fall meeting and be introduced to George Mesley, new director of special funds who is involved in the science hall fund campaign. Dr. Robert W. Gibson, college president, will give a report on the past year, stressing the high quality of the entering freshman class and projecting an enrollment of 900 students, full capacity for the college, for 1964-65. The president also will briefly list the 17 new faculty-members who began teaching duties at Monmouth this fall. Ten of the new teachers hold the Ph. D. degree. The fall appointments also give the college at least two faculty-members in each department, implementing a board policy established last spring, and initiate an East Asian studies program. A report on the activities of the presidential selection committee of the board will be given. Faculty department heads will be guests at the opening session Friday. Dr. Roger J. Fritz, secretary of the John Deere Foundation in Moline and chairman of board, will preside. Two Stopped For Traffic Violations MONMOUTH - Two Monmouth residents were slopped Sunday for traffic violations- one of them was involved in an accident. Mrs. Mamie C. Campbell, 834 S. Third St., was ticketed for not having a driver's license, following a minor accident. The report stated Mrs. Campbell made a wide turn at South Third and 11th Ave. Tuesday evening at 7:45 and hit a fire hydrant, breaking it off. Mrs. Joyce E. Wallace, owner of the car Mrs. Campbell was driving, was ticketed for allowing an unauthorized person drive. Both women will appear in police court today. Raymond E. Van Skike, 22, of 1115 South 9% St. was arrested Tuesday at 11:48 p.m. for reckless driving and driving without headlights. He will appear in police court Thursday. Educational Trip To FFA Meet Taken By Warren Group MONMOUTH - Thirty - five years. . .Developing Agricul- t u r e, Leadership, Citizenship and Patriotism was the theme for the 36th National Convention, Future Farmers of America, which was held Oct. 9-11 in the Municipal Auditorium at Kansas City, Mo. Five members of the Warren FFA Chapter and their adviser, Eldon R. Aupperle, returned last Saturday evening after spending five days on this educational trip. Attending the inspirational event were John Gibson, Dave LePere, Vince Raymond, Gerry Armstrong and Ron Winbigler, chairman of the leadership committee. On the way out the Warren FFA delegation stopped at various points of interest. The Vocational Agriculture Department of Salisbury, Mo. was visited and a stop was made at James Pecan Farm and Bucks Apple Orchard. Gibson, Armstrong, Winbigler and Mr. Aupperle served on the stage crew that was responsible for all the necessary changes that were made as the program progressed. They each were given certificates to attest to this fact. FFA Day at the American Royal Live Stock and Horse Show was Friday afternoon. Exhibiting at the Royal was Tracy Mitchell of near Cameron, who placed fifth in the FFA steer show. Another former Warren FFA member was exhibiting the Angus cattle from Garretts Angus Ranch of Longmont, Colo. He is Phil White, a 1959 graduate of Warren School. On their return the Warren FFA group toured Litton's Charolais Ranch at Chillicothe and Mark Twain's Cave at Han- Monmouth HOSPITAL Born Monday—Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lyddon, Monmouth. Admitted Monday — Danny Foust, Forrest Brown, Mrs. Clara Foote, Monmouth. Dismissed Monday — Diane Chewning, Monmouth. Born Tuesday—Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenstreet, Monmouth. Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Grover, Victoria. Admitted Tuesday — Robert Cook, Louis Burk, Mrs. Augusta Koble, Monmouth. Dismissed Tuesday—Jennifer Whiteside, Viola; Robert Cook, Monmuoth. Wee Scots Overwhelmed By Attgie MONMOUTH—A three-totich- down output in the second half gave the Augustana College freshmen football team a 33-16 victory over the Monmouth College freshmen yesterday in a 3 p.m. game at the Monmouth athletic field. Augustana's quarterback Anderson threw for three touchdowns to lead individual scorers while Ronald Owens plunged for both of Monmouth's scores. The Monmouth freshmen showed strong potential, particularly in the second quarter, but strong line play by Augus­ tana and occasional pass defense lapses by Monmouth were key factors in the game. Next game for the Wee Scots will be an Oct. 25 clash at Knox. Score by quarters: 1 2 3 4 Total Monmouth 0 16 0 0—16 Augustana 7 6 6 14—33 Will In Probate MONMOUTH - The will of Mrs. Bertha Mary Swygard who died Sept. 26, in Monmouth was admitted to probate in Warren County Court Tuesday. According to the petition she left real estate and personal property of unknown value to two daughters and a son. Judge Scott I. Klukos appointed the son, Clifford Swygard as executor. Homecoming Set at Media MEDIA — Homecoming for Media-Wever High School begins this year with a pep rally Thursday at 6:30 p.m. which will generate enthusiasm for the football game with tSronghurst Friday at 6:30 p.m. After the game, at approximately 8:30 p.m., the homecoming dance will be held. The students will dance to the music of Vince Lucas and his band. Homecoming king and queen will be crowned at 10 p.m. during the dance. The candidates for the honor are: Seniors, Andrea Overstreet and John Kane; juniors, Sarah Ann Allison and Richard Hulet; sophomores, Coni Hobby and Jerry Gearhart and freshmen, Linda Aker and Glen McCollum. Alpha Chamber Plans Party For Children ALPHA—Regular meeting of the Alpha Chamber of Com-? merce was held Monday at the Town Hall with President Laverne McKee in charge. Plans were completed for the Halloween party Oct. 28 at 7:30 p.m. at the Legion Hall for children 12. Children will come costumed. Lawrence Barton and Gene Wallin have been appointed chairman and co-chairman. It was planned to visit the schools Nov. 13 at 11 a.m. in observance of American Education Week. It was decided to contact the state in regard to getting speed zone signs set up by the school for 20 miles an hour. Oklahoma Wins Collegiate Judging Event KANSAS CITY <AP) - owa- noma State won the 33rd Inter* collegiate Meat Judging Com test at the American Royal Livestock Show Tuesday, scoring 2,746 of a possible 3,000 points. It had competition from 13 other teams. The winning team was composed of Joe Griswold of Livingston, Wis., Ron Kahle of Newkirk, Okla., and Larry Bellamy of Fort Cobb, Okla. Griswold won individual honors in the contest, followed by Lynn Laible of the University of Illinois, and Kahle. Following Oklahoma in team judging, in order, were Kansas State, Michigan State, Illinois, (Wisconsin, Texas A&M, North Dakota State, Iowa State, Ohio State, Kentucky, Minnesota, Pennsylvania State, Nebraska and South Dakota State. READ THE WANT ADS! Slate Grid Gaines On Kirkwood Field KIRKWOOD - The Seventh and eighth grade football team of Yorkwood Junior High School will compete with Warren at Kirkwood Thursday at 4 p.m. Warren ninth grade team will play Yorkwood ninth grade team at Kirkwood Saturday at 9 a.m. Set Square Dance BURLINGTON - The Circle Square B Club of Burlington will sponsor a square dance Saturday at 8:30 p.m. The dance will be held at the club hall seven miles south of Burlington on highway 61. Bob Gillespie of Oskaloosa, Iowa, will be the guest caller. Roseville ANN LARSON Phone 42B-2671 t». O. Box 39? Americanism h Theme of Talk to Roseville PTA ROSEVILLEJ-Speaking before the Roseville PTA in the high school on Mottday night, MiM Vivian Boley began by aaying that the basic Christian belief that man is of utmost importance in the sight of God is also the basic belief in our democratic form of government and its survival dependent upon it. The essence of this belief is found in our Constitution, and in the Bill of Rights. Americanism could not long survive should this faith in the dignity and value of each human being be destroyed or forgotten. Nor could Marxism long endure if infiltrated with the belief that the individual was of greater importance than the government. There are forces at work in America seeking to destroy this basic heritage by projecting ideologies to weaken our freedoms in the field of education, in business, in economics, in the professions and in social groups. A few of the examples cited were federal aid to schools, the farm support bill and decisions of the supreme court in regard to prayers in schools. Children need to be taught to know our heritage and to cherish our great traditions, she said. Following her talk, a film was shown entitled, "The Master Plan," a filmed discourse by Nicholas Nyaradi, who before the fall of Hungary was Minister of Finance in that government but who now lives in Peoria and is the director of international studies at Bradley University. He warns Americans that our apathy, indifference and ignorance are the greatest enemies we have to our free democratic system of government. Clyde Kneen was program chairman for the evening. Preceeding the program an ensemble of junior and senior high school girls sang "Ameri­ ca, Our Heritage." They were joined by an ensemble of junior and senior high boys and the group sang "One God" and "Born to Be Free" with Mrs. Kathryn Steele at the piano. Mrs. Lee Roy Williams, president, conducted the business meeting at which time a report was given of the District 4 PTA meeting held at Aledo recently and announcement made of the public meeting on the proposed new high school to be held on the following night, Oct. 15. Refreshments were served by hostess committee from the third grade rooms. Miss Burkholder's room won the attendance award. The November meeting will be held on Nov. 11 when Dr. Arnold Wendt of WIU will discuss "The New Math." Roseville Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wakey of Orion were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Smith attended the 25th wedding anniversary dinner of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Brooks in Dixon. On their way home they stopped in Mendota and visited with Rev. Kenneth Steelman and his family. Mrs. Gaila S. Neilson re- Po$t Meeting* At Kirkwood KIRKWOOD — The Kirkwood Woman's Club will meet Fri* day, Oct. 18 at 2 p.m. The American Home and Garden Department is responsible for the program. They are bringing James Kionja Gitan as the guest speaker. Gitan comes from "Far East Africa" and is a student at Monmouth College. Hostesses are Mrs. John M. Walters, Miss Mima McClymonds, Mrs. Karl Page, Mrs. Fred Ackerman and Mrs. Herbert Stewart. Alt circles of the Westminster United Presbyterian Church will meet Thursday with all studying Chapter 9 in "One People of God." Faith meetings are: at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Miles Smith; Hope at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. J. D. Simmons Jr.; Grace with Mrs. Jack Burgland at 7:30 p.m. Media Club to Meet M E D.I A — The Community Club will meet Thursday evening at the church basement. Roll call is Everyone come masked. Hostesses are Mrs. Shelton, Mrs. Reid and Mrs. Audrey White. turned Saturday from a visit in Belvidere with her sister-in-law, Mrs. H. H. Biester. Together they visited cousins in Toronto, Ont., Canada, and in Niagara Falls, N. Y. Mrs. Neilson left today to go to London, Ohio, to visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson. Mickelberry's BACON Wins Stagg Medal MONMOUTH - Sophomore quarterback William Taylor of Aurora, III., has been named recipient of the Amos Alonzo Stagg medal of the week by Monmouth College Football Coach Joe Pelisek. The Stagg medal, awarded through the Stagg Foundation, is presented weekly to the player contributing most to the team during the practice sessions and in the week's game. The 5'8", 160-pound field general was cited by the coach for his defensive play against Beloit at the corner linebacker position. Taylor made many key tackles at his position and eventually forced the Beloit attack to concentrate on the other side of the line. Excuses Are 'Cold' SAVANNAH, Ga. (UPI)-The common cold no longer will be an acceptable excuse for missing school, the Chatham County School Board said Tuesday. Acting on a recommendation of the Georgia Medical Society, the board said that a student with a cold should go to school unless he has a temperature of 99.8 degrees or higher. The board took the action to counteract a high percentage of absences from school because of the common cold. MARRIAGE LICENSE MONMOUTH — A marriage license was issued Tuesday to Fey H. Willey of Cameron and Pearl M. Fisher of Galesburg. nibal, Mo., and crossed on the ferry at Canton, Mo. Teacher Talks at Demo Meet MONMOUTH—Autumn leaves and fall flowers gave the Community rooms above Monmouth Trust & Savings Bank a true look of fall when the Warren County Ladies Democratic organization met there Monday night. Mrs. Eddie Black, a teacher in the EMH room at Lincoln school gave a talk, illustrating with cards and number systems. In her method of teaching she stressed the idea that more serious concern has been directed to the unfortunate handicapped, through schools and state assistance. Following Mrs. Black's talk, Miss Glendora Shaver presided at the business meeting at which various reports were read and plans were made for fall and winter activities and meetings. Mrs- Ralph Turner and Mrs. John Lafferty, co-chairmen of the organization, announced a S joint meeting with Mercer County Women's Democratic Club in November. A coffee hour for Mr. and Mrs. Finley Angell of Washington has been planned for later this month, the time to be an- announced. A social hour followed the meeting with games and cards played. The serving table was centered with a yellow bowl of mixed autumn flowers and foliage, flanked by yellow and brown tapers, with Mrs. Dan Slater presiding at the table. The hostesses for the evening were Mrs. George Keister, Mrs. Slater, Mrs. Sena Smith and Mrs. William Sprout from Lenox township and Mrs. Melvin Siverly and Mrs. Frank McComb from Precinct Two. The November meeting will be Monday, Nov. 11, with members of Precinct 3, 5 and 7 acting as hostesses. NEW FROM LIPTON 4 DELICIOUS ANSWERS TO YOUR MEAL-PLANNING PROBLEM! Wonder of Wonders! Now, out of a box, a delicious family dinner that saves you worry and saves you work. NEW GOLDEN LADLE DINNERS complete with lots of chicken...or beef ...or even shrimp! All prepared so they're ready to simmer and serve in minutes. Man-size portions-Man-size flavor! TRY ALL 4! Golden Ladle Noodle and Chicken Dinner—with perfect sauce, succulent chicken,garden-sweet peas and golden egg noodles. Men and youngsters especially love its hearty flavor. Try it! Golden ladle Rice and Chicken Dinner—perked up with red and green bell peppers in light-as-airsauce.Quick, easy, delightful—the chicken-lover's favorite! How about having it tonight? Golden Ladle Beef and Bice Espagnole —lots of juicy beef and chopped bell peppers in tasty, tangy tomato sauce-* combined with rice. Savory and satisfying for any meal — or for any group. Golden Ladle Shrimp Newburg and Rice—generous with plump deep-sea shrimp in velvet-smooth sauce over fluffy rice...very special for the family and very special for guests. Get some.

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