The Daily Chronicle from De Kalb, Illinois on April 10, 1985 · Page 13
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DAILY CHRONICLE, DeKolbSyeomore, III. Wednesday, April 10, 1983 13 Community (SDoalb unetrjs- Northern Illinois University calendar 'f ' '' Tilton Park Clovers The Tilton Park Clovers 4-H Club met March 26 at Aaron Shurrs', with 15 members and three guests present. The following project talks were given: "Christmas Customs in Finland," by Jay Malikowskl; "Lapland Finald," by Krista Stokke, who also gave a demonstration on rice pudding The country of Finland was represented as the club's international project. Next month Indonesia will be studied. The next meeting will be April 30 at Sarah King's, beginning at 6:30 p.m. St. Peter's Singles St. Peter's Singles Club for Single Catholics over 30 and The Survivors (singles of the northwest suburbs) will have a dance on Saturday, April 13, at the Kendall College Ballroom, 2400 Orrington, Evanston. All singles over 35 are invited. Dance time is 9 p.m. There will be a live band. Parking Is free. Donation of 6 includes all drinks and a midnight buffet. For information call 312344-2589 or 337-7814. This is a non-profit club. Jean Doty showing some of the floral arrangements and bouquets that will be featured at Sunday's flower show. (Chronicle photo by Brian Mulllkln) TINY STARS AMERICA -1985 BEAUTY PAGEANT FOR: BABIES & CHILDREN (5 Month! - 4 Year. finy StflfS AmClTca Show features bridal flowers, accessories is coming to ilunuisou aaiuroay, June gin At: Ramada Inn, 500 W. River Road, Elgin TO SELECT 6 Tiny Stars to Represent ILLINOIS at the NATIONALS Where over 125,000 In Prizes, Trophies, Modeling & TV Commercial Contracts will be awarded ! ! ! For Into & Entry - Call: NY (511) 758-8331 OR Write: New Images, P.O. Box 1023, Latham, NY. 12110 HURRYI PLEASE RESPOND SOON TO MEET DEADLINES!!! and floral artistry. Every guest will receive a free bloom. A number of flowers and designs will be displayed. ( I Through April 12 - Exhibit: "Photographs," by Steve Grelner, Holmes Center Board gallery, Holmes Student Center, free. Through April 1? - Exhibit: PainUngs by John San-toro, Holmes Center Board gallery lounge, Holmes Student Center, free. Through April 13 - Exhibit: Paintings by James Dedman, Visual Arts Building graduate gallery, free. April 10 Music: New Prairie Cafe, Chicago Jazz Quintet, Diversions, Holmes Student Center, 8:30 p.m., free. April 10 Evening of chamber music, recital hall, Music Building, 8 p.m., free. April 9-12 - Latin Arts Festival, free, 753-7712; April 11, "Puerto Rican Art," by Gini Sorrentini, Holmes Student Center 405; April 12, band, "Los Idolos de La Juventud," noon-1 p.m., Central American student speaking tour, 1-2 p.m., dance, "Los Idolos de La Juventud" and performers, "Los Bailadores Zapatistas," 7 p.m. April 11 Movie: "Ballad of Narayama," Sandburg Auditorium, Holmes Student Center, 8:45 p.m., free. April 11 Lecture: A tribute to black women, Minister Ava Mohammed, "To Black Women Everywhere," Holmes Student Center Regency Room, . 8 p.m., free. April 11 Lecture, Nancy K. Schlossberg, "The Adult Experience: Coping with Transition," Holmes Student Center Heritage Room, 7:30 p.m, free. April 11-12 Music: opera workshop, Music Building 171, 8 p.m., free. April 11 American Ballet Theatre II, Egyptian Theatre, 8:30 p.m., free to fee-paying NIU students with activity cards; tickets, $12; Artist Series event. April 11 Workshop, Career Development, SP 329, 4-6 p.m., 753-1206. April 12 - Movie: "The Southerner," Cole 100, 7:30 p.m., free. April 12 Movie: "Tron," Sandburg Auditorium, Holmes Student Center, 3:30, 7, 10 p.m., $1 admission. April 12 Lecture: Samuel Goldich, "PbU Dating by the Abrasion Method in the Morton Gneiss and Other Rocks," Davis 308, 4 p.m., free. April 12 Lecture, M. Kent Jennings, "Generations and Politics: Political Socialization and Political Attitudes," Holmes Student Center 506, 8:30 p.m., free. April 12 Music: Isle Van Wyck, recital hall, Music Building, 8 p.m., free. April 12 Ecumenical brown bag lunch for faculty, staff, graduate students, "Philadelphia and the Family," Steve Wisdom, Lutheran Campus Ministry, 401 Normal Rd., noon-1 p.m., free. April 12 Seminar, Nancy K. Schlossberg, "The Adult Years: Continuity and Change," Gabel Hall, 10 -a.m., free. On Sunday, April 14, a wedding show will be presented at Glidden Florist, 917 W. Lincoln Hwy.,DeKalb. The public is invited to stop in any time between noon and 4 p.m. The show is sponsored by Glidden Florist in conjunction with Larson's Reliable, Weaver Photography, and Gen Maurer Wedding Cakes. Examples of items needed to plan a wedding will be on display. A spokesman for Glid-dens explained that the main goal of the show is to help make weddings elegant and special. The participating wedding consultants will feature examples of flowers and accessories for the bride, bridesmaid, wedding family, and others involved in the celebration. There are many options available. Specific styles in fresh and silk bouquets, corsages, boutineers, and arrangements will be shown. In addition, new concepts and ideas for the church and reception will be featured. The latest in wedding styles, colors, and flowers will be shown, as well as examples of more standard styles traditional, country, and modern. Those attending can learn how to coordinate the colors of clothing, flowers, and decorations with the styles they want to create. The spokesman noted that this afternoon is also designed for those who simply appreciate flowers COTTON KNIT TOPS L pRlf Sizes: S-M-L demonstration contest will be April 22 at the farm bureau building in DeKalb. The all-new county food and fitness bowl will take place on Thursday, April 25, at 7 p.m. in the farm bureau building. The next Lovells Luck 4-H Club meeting will be Thusday, April 18, in the Sycamore High School Agriculture Department. 40 OFF SLACKS Lovells Luck 4-H Club On March 28 athe Lovells Luck 4-H Club held a regular meeting at the Sycamore High School Agriculture Department. After the opening and secretary and treasurer's reports, items discussed included: citizenship road cleanup on April 3 and the county Federation dance held March 29. Also mentioned was the 4-H Share-the-Fun set for April 14 at the Egyptian Theatre and the county 4-H livestock judging contest to be held Saturday, April 13, at the Maple Park sale barn. The concert will start with a 8:30 a.m. registration and 9 a.m. begin time. The next county Federa-tion meeting and Pleated French canvas in white, black, khaki, grey, rose & light blue. Sizes 3-13 NOW BOOKING Tent Rentals Weddings Graduations Parties l I SKIRTS WHITMAN April 13-20 Exhibit: Paintings by Dionne Alby, Visual Arts Building graduate gallery, free. . April 13 Movie: "Snoopy Come Home," Sandburg i- Auditorium, Holmes Student Center, 3:30, 7, 10 p.m., $1 admission. -, April 13 Graduate Record Exam (GRE) i .(generalsubject), 753-1203. IV ' April 13 Seminar, M. Kent Jennings, "Social and ' Political Change in the Later Years," lower level of "Social Science Research Institute, corner of Locust and North Third Streets, 10 a.m., free. OFF CATERING 675 Haih Blvd. Assorted styles & colors in linen, canvas & poplin. Junior & Misses Sizes DeKalb, III. 60115 Phone: 756-4922 I SWEATERS 90 Reg. 18.00 ii salad bar luncheon (With Ham & Meatballs) Five wonderful styles to choose from Sizes S-M-L April 13 Huskie Hoofer fun run, field behind VCB, 10 a.m. free, 758-1912. April 14-26 Exhibit: Paintings by Nancy Hagler, Holmes Center Board gallery, Holmes Student Center, free. April 14-26 Exhibit: DrawingsPrints by Robert Apolloni, Holmes Center Board gallery lounge, Holmes Student Center, free. April 14 Movie: "Warriors," Sandburg Auditorium, Holmes Student Center, 3:30, 7, 10 p.m. $1 admission. April 14 Music: Collegium, recital hall, Music Building, 3 p.m., free. SPRING CLEARANCE SALE MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1985 St. Mary's School DeKalb (Lower Hall) Serving 1 1:00 a.m.-l:30 p.m. Donation $3.50 Court 996 - Catholic Daughters of America AWE 3 Elegance is easy when you know how to put it all together. on BLOUSES, SKIRTS, CO-ORDINATES, SLACKS, SWEATERS & DRESSES CHAR'S CORNER SPRING FASHIONS REDUCED DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE! the' am iiev. io ud MO. i . i a I it m m Mon. Thurs., Frl. 9:30 Till 9; Tuos., Wed., Sal. 9:30 Til 5:30; Sunday Noon Til 5 .y- 'ic ml)" 5 127 MAIN DOWNERS GROVE 204 W. LIBERTY WHEATON A most unique and tasteful selection of designer dresses for daytime, evening, and the motherof-the-bride. Personal service 108N. YORK ELMHURST 206 LINCOLN DEKALB NORTHGATE AURORA from trained fashion coordinators wno win neip you ucmwvw the special look you desire. 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