Possibly Fred Hemke
^6 f^ianned for Iflfjcuj^ 5 I Galesburg High School Band will be host to the tenth i Fred Ilemke annual Tri-School Band Festival Tuesdaj' evening. May 5. This annual event brings together the bands from Kewanee, Monmouth and Galesburg High Schools, and the combined group will number over two hundred and fifty. During the program, which will be in Steel Gym, each band plays separately, and later | all combine for six numbers un- j -17 . , , dcr the direction of L. J. Bert, li^Xtra-iaSlV Lester Munncke and Edwin Lantz,; ^.^.^y ^ORK aiPl) - Italian- band du-ectors of the rcspcouvc^j^,,^ spaghetti sauce mix blend- scnoois. , . ,. , cd with meat loaf ingredients ouesi Ariisi extra-tasty dish. A special feature of this years ' .., concert will be the appearance of; -Mtx 1 boalen egg with 2 pounds a guest soloist, Fred Hemke of! beef. Add 1 cup soft bread Milwaukee, Wis., who will pinv'crumbs. Remove 1 tablespoon .spa- Iwo saxophone solos with the, Sl'^Hi sauce mix and add remam- Galesburg Band playing his ac- "cr to meat, companiment. Combine a G-ounce can of lo- As a student at the Paris Con-i "Y '^o, Paste with Hi cups water, sorvatory of Music, Mr. Hemke! Blend -li of sauce mixture into was awarded Ihe coveted first' P^^'^ I'gliHy I'lto grea.sed prize for saxophone. He has pre- 9 '^^ 5 by 3 inch loaf pan. Bake sented clinics and solo perform- a^,^50 degrees 1 hour, ances around the country and will leftover sauce mix and liq-_ also appear this spring with the ^ ^'"'•'^ logether, heat and serve with! University of Wichita Band. The festival begins at 8 o'clock and the public is being invited to attend. loaf. Serves 8 to 10.