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Monmouth College Reports New Faculty Appointments Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, -Tuesday, Aug, 7, 1973 17 MdNMotJTH - Dr. Ron Van Ryswyk, dean erf Monmouth College, has announced the appointment at four new {acuity to various positions. Dr. Daniel Hoy will join the Chemistry Department as assistant professor. Hoy is a phys i ical chemist and has extensive research experience in physical biochemistry. He is presently serving as a pastdofltorai re* search assistant at Michigan State University. He received his bachelor's degree from the University of Wisconsin in Madison in 1962. Hoy received h&s Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry . in June 1970, from Pennsylvania State University at University Park, Pa. He is a member of the American Chemical Society and of Phi Beta Kappa, Dr. C. Dean Mitchefl will join the Department of Chemistry as professor and. chairman. Mitchell is an alumnus of Monmouth College, class of 1167 and most recently served as dean of the faculty at Eftxabeuv town College, Pa. He is a member of various professional organizations including the American Chemical Society, the American Association of University Professors, plus Tau Kappa Epsilon social fraternity. His wife, Gertrude Mitchell, is also a graduate of Monmouth College and holds a master's degree in student personnel administration from Syracuse University in New York. Dr. Francos W. Sorensen will MONMOUTH Correspondent . Mrs. Lorraine Stauth For Newt 112 S. 10th St. Phone 734-4711 For Missed Copies Before 6 P. M. Phone 7344111 Council Okays College Professor's Updated Plan for Monmouth Area MONMOUTH - Jim Wills, a join the Department of Education as an assistant professor. Sorensen will work with the Teacher Education Program and the Learning Liabilities Program. He has most recently served as assistant director of the Special Education Program of the Elgin school district, Sorensen received his bachelor's degree from Wheaton College in 1960; his mister's degree from Northern Illinois University in 1966, and his Ed.D in Special Education Administration this year. • Mrs. Mania Solomon will join the Department of Educa­ tion on a three-fourths basis as learning disabili'Aes specialist. Mrs. Solomon, who is near her Ph.D. at the University of Illinois, will reside in Macomb! where her husband is an assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics. She is completing a two-thirds time appointment in the Department of Special Education at Western Illinois University where she has taught Psycho-education evaluation of the exceptional chid. She did her undergraduate work at Earlhasm College and received her master's in School Psychology from the University of Chicago in 1967. Beard Judging Last of Celebration ROSEVILLE — A secret panel of judges will select six winners in the beard-growing contest tonight in the last event calebraCircg the 125th anniversary of the community. Robert Crosier, chairman of the event, say that the list of 90 contestants had been narrowed to 13 for the finals at the fairgrounds. Anniversary celebrations concluded during the weekend with a united church service at the park Sunday. Main speaker was Rev. Charles Willey of Moline. The volunteer choir was directed by Mrs. Kathryn Steele. Saturday's activities included a fish-chicken supper at the fire station, a display of art work and crafts at the high school, and the Yesteryear parade in the morning, which included 65 entrants. Those who won first place honors in the judging of art work and crafts were: Kelly Monroe, primary; Rhonda Wilson, intermediate; Ariene Mer- TCtfc, seventh and eighth grades; David Cook, freshmen and sophomores; Jams Johnson, juniors and seniors, and Edythe 0. Johns 3D, adult. Judges were George Taylor and A. Royal Youngblood. Winners in the parade competition were: CoMax Community Club, Chapter N-PEO and Warren County Historical Society, period of 1848; RoseviUe Woman's Club, Sunshine dub and American Legion Auxiliary, originality, beauty and overall! attractiveness; Chamber of Commerce, Don Kfekpatirick and the lions Club, novelty, and Bill Moore, Steve Bycroft and. Roseville Riders, horses and ponies. ^ J A daughter, Stacy Lou, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Roseville MRS. IRA LAND Correspondent Roseville P. 0. Box 145 Phone 426-2642 Mayhew Saturday at 11:56 p.m. at McDonough District Hospital, Macomb. The Ramblin' Roses square dance group will sponsor square dancing at the park shelter- house, beginning at 8 p.m., Wednesday. Del Trout will be the caller. Guests at the home of Mr. and,Mrs. Millard Palmberg are their granddaughters, Deaima Palmberg of Libertyville and Cindy Evans of Madison, Wis. The girls will visit relatives at Kirkwood while here. Descendants and friends of John Cook and Julia Simpson Ccok, formerly of Ray, 111., met. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ingles of Roseville Sunday. Besides the host couple, Richard and Marjorie Cook Ingles, and their children, Lou Ann, Tim, Jackie, Hallie and Jon and his wife, others present were Mrs. Yvonne Cook Settles; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gossage, Tenry, Richard and Samuel; Mrs. Waynette Stutts, Lynne, Wade, June and Todd; Carol Settles; Mrs. Ed (Marie) Cook; Paul Aten; Wanda Cook A ten; .Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Fuller; Kendall Fuller; Juanita Cook Thatchbeld; Eric Jacoby; Mrs. Nora Aten; Kas Kumer and Mary Lou Cook Kumer; Kathy Kumer; Mrs. Lewis Maxine Cook; Neil and Velma Cook; Kelly and Allen Cook; Earl and Bonnie Cook McCann; Pam McCaim; Helen Cook Baker; Nancy Collins; Chris and Lisa Collins; Kenny and Faith Cook Nichols; Ray and Darlene Cook Lung; Max and Marilyn Cook; John Cook; Naomi Noe; Walker Aten; Dale Cooke, and Joni Lyn Isacksen. Purchase Building MONMOUTH - An "apartment building at the corner of West Second Avenue and South A Street, Maple Terrace, has been purchased by C. Thomas and Joanne Rabenau, according to records of the Warren County Recorder's Office. professor at Monmouth College and author of an updated city plan for Monmouth, presented the plan to the Monmouth City Council at the council's regular meeting Monday night at City Hall. The council adopted the plan, which has already been ap-. proved by the Monmouth Plan-l fof month. n?ng Commission and the War-' ten County Planning Commission. HUD had also given its stamp of approval. Actually, there are a few major changes in the plan. The new proposal is mostly a matter of updating material. It dees, however, include the mile which surrounds the city limits in an attempt to keep continuity of zoning and development as the urban and rural sections merge. Wills discussed possible water and sewer expansion for coming years and projected some posible locations for wells and stand towers. He had also made a study of recreation facilities in the city. The planner commented that in the 1960-1970 period the city's population increased from 10,572 to 11,022, partly as a result of annexation. At the council meeting, council members turned down a request to vacate an alley at the Maple City Trailer Court. It w&, denied because it would close a fire lane. Don Baldridge, chairman of the police committee, presented | The Monmouth Police De-i A total of $750 in fine's was t)« monthly report of the Mon- partment reported that it had assesses and an additional $369 mouth Police Department and 65 calls during the month of in costs. Old fines paid totaled Glenn Anderson, chairman of the fire committee, reported that there had been 20 alarms answered by Monmouth firemen during July. The estimated July The police said the department also had 70 ambulance calls. Monmouth police reported 27 loss in fire damage was $2,336; accidents during the month withj?22. Total 11 persons injured. j $3,449. *1,388 and old costs paid during the month were $275.' Other fees collected included parking violations, $609; accrajRt reports, $36, and miscellaneous, for the month was MONMOUTH Community Memorial Hoswlnl Admissions Sunday: Mrs. Juventino Arteaga, Schuyler Huston, Mrs. Arnold Randolph, Miss Linda Stotler, Miss Roxanne Campagna, and George Admire, all of Monmouth, and Miss Dianna Dehner, Carman. Dismissals Sunday: Mrs. Danny Rohr and baby, Mrs. Leon Heatherly and Mrs. Raymond Rule, all of Monmouth. Admissions Monday: Paul HoftEman, Kirkwood, and Mrs. L. F. Bickeftt, Monmouth. Births Monday: A son to Mr. and Mrs. James Armstrong, ! Monmouth. Luncheon Slated MONMOUTH '- Welcome Wagon will host a luncheon meeting Thursday at 12:30 p.m. at (tfiie Chysalis Tea Room, 314 W. Broadway. Reservations may be mads through Wednesday noon ait 734-5300. TARPOON PLAIDS AND NOVELTIES Only 1.88 Values to 2.49 A back-to-school fabric favorite. Special purchase of-woven tarpoon SIMPLICITY plaids, stripes and novelties in polyester and cotton. 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