Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 26, 1973 · Page 14
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 14

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, April 26, 1973
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14fvQolitbuffl Rtolitif'MQih Galtibufa. HI. Thuf»doy, April 26, 1973 ft:ogfam for Club S^iejBJIpnic Sundine, mezzo- soprano and James S. Javore, bari- Jojjgjjvill appear in a musical performance fftir members and «iiSHs of the Galesburg Woman's Club, Saturday, May 5, at the ScJSflgetaba Country Club. - iSJlcservations for the 12:30 p.m. luncheon may be obtained TJr ^aturday from 9 to 12 a.m. and from 1 to 4 p.m. at the ^Sisburg Woman's Clubhouse, Prairie St. Reservations ^gg; also be obtained on Thurs- d^. May 3, from 9 to 12 a .m. -aSbe same address. performing artists are .pr^lgssionals in all types of vo- ^•S «music, operatic arias, hit tunes from musical cdmedles and widely known, throughout Chicago and central Illinois as oratorio soloists. Art songs in English, French, Italian and German are included in their repertoire. Miss Sundine is the daughter of Pat Sundine, formerly of Pad 'me The Garden Study (koap oi the GaleslMi^ WonMn's Club met for « nwnking cotfee at the RefleeUoit Pool in Standlsh fwn on weanesoBy. ifeireflii' (itants and a social time wen; provided lor by a committee oompoeed oi Mrs. Charles Wooleey, Mra. Harold Wiil^ie, Mn> L. L. Sllberer and Mrs. I>1nuik Sutor. A brief session was conducted by iMn. Lloyd Woolsey, group cmirman at which time, it WAS emphasized that Aitor Day be obeerved on April 27, baoauee of the need lor trees and (heir products. Mn. Woolsey gave a resume a (he building o( ReflecUon Pool and (he fountain, erected in memory of Ray Brown, who was instrumental in the movement to replace the trees in Standish I^k. Mrs. Pharen Luke gave tihe history of the park, which was originated by Dr. John Van Ness Standish in ie73. She stated that 65 of the original planting of 120 trees still are alive. Leading in a tour of the century old trees, Mrs. Luke called them by name and discussed their nature. Choose Your Initials Initials are back and being worn as charms, pins and pendants. There's a broad price range, so you can choose one to match your pocketbook. woe, TV. She is the wife of James Javore, her singing companion. Mr. Javore has auditioned only recently in Europe. Ijl; V i ijjl [li <m|||ii Mk Jiiiii Costa Catholic School's art teacher, Siiter Cynthia Ann had two of her art students, Jim Pogue and Sandi Tracy ^w some of their handiwork which Costa School Plans Spring Fair fortune telling, an 1 c e cream parlor and a country kitchen where sandwiches and drinks will be on sale in the art booth Sunday, at the school's Spring Fair. The Fair will also feature game booths, a spook house and 4-H Cliib Tours Carriage House The tour was cmcluded with members of the club having The yeady tour of the Baste and Taste 4-H (Mt was held Tuesday at the Carriage House Furniture Store. Noonan Bledsoe ol the Carriage House was the guide. He discussed looking for quality in furniture when it is purchased, and also gave information about the textures and and uses of different carpets. lunch at McDonald's Restaurant. Leaders of the club are Mrs. Hert) Squire and Mrs. Richard Westergrra. NG UNIT The NG Unit of the Kn-^x County Home Extension will meet Monday at 1:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. William Taggart, 1245 Clark St. will be available. The Country Store will sell handmade items created by students and faculty. The drawing for a television, portable tape player and freezer will be between 4:30 and 5 p.m. The Fair will be open betwef noon and 5 p.m. at the schoef located on Costa Drive. (Regis' ter-Mail i^ioto by Dale Humphrey.) mine ow Pfairie Players' next show has been east and rehearials are now in prbgress. The play is the "Diary of Anne Fraflk." Performances are May 4, 5, 6 and 11,12, 13 at Prairie Playeri Civic Theater, 656 W. Losey. Curtain time is S p. m, "The Diary of Anne Frank" is beitig produced at a cooperative effort between ^ _ ^—, Prairie Players and theater majors from Knox College. The director and assistant director are Miss Angela Rightnowar and Miss Judi Wright. Miss Rightnowar, a junior, is executive secretary of the Knox Players' Board. She appeared most recently as Madame Constance in "The Madwoman of Chaillot." The title role of Anne Frank is portrayed by Mrs. Sue Holland. In addition to serving as a director, she most recently appeared as the young blind woman in last year's thriller, "Walt Until Dark." Lawrence Halts, a senior theater major from St. Louis, is performing the role of Anne's father, Otto Frank. Mr. HUlts has been (rffered the Creative and Performbig Arts Fellowship at the University of Illinois and an assistantship at the University of Massachusetts. The role of Mrs. Frank is filled by Gloria Johnson, a teacher at KnoxVifle Junior High School. This is her first acting role. She is a newcomer to Prairie Players from Wll* llamsfleld. David R. Dabkm and Fritz Nemetss have the roles of the other Jewish couple, Mr. and Mrs. Van Daan. Dan Interlandi is their son Peter and Kitten Evans plays Margot, Anne's older sister. Peter Soderberg from Rock Island has the role of Mr. Dussel, the Jewish dentist, who is the last of the refugees to have to flee the Nazis. Mr. Soderberg was a member of the Pitchfork Players' company at the Viola Opera House last summer. The cast is completed by Pam Linnell in the role of the Dutch (Continued on page 15) • LET'^ GO • On lal., M«r lath to TuUp r«t- Itval «1 P«M. Iow«..Tour wiUi local guide. Dinner «t Dutch Buffet Reservations due Mon., May 7th. Phone 342-4IM or 3426715. 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