r Keeps Music(Continued frcm Page I) could talk," ih* said. "So, the mockingbird," She's ihortened it now to Hota pronounced Ho- Tay. The artist was born in San Antonio, Tex., of a Cherokee father and mother of Spanish and Italian ancestry. Her parents moved to Los Angeles while she was a toddler. She studied music with private teachers in both Los Angeles and New York and attended the University of Southern California and the Julliard School in New York The mezzo soprano said she started concertizing with German, French, Italian a n Spanish songs — the classic repertory. Then began finishing concerts with Indian songs. Audiences liked them and she expanded the Indian group Now, she has a repertoire representing 20 to 25 tribes, she said, and "I'm always adding Included are the Cherokee, Navajo, Zuni, Apache, Mopl, Cheyenne, Sioux, Ojibway and Chippewa-ceremonial and reli gious songs, love songs, work and play songs, lullabies, and nature songs about the aun, the wind and rain. Moit are from the 18th and 19th Centuries. For her concert!, Miss CaseUa wears authentic Indian dress of soft leather, fringe trimmed, She puts her nearly black hair, which falls wel below the waist, into twin braids for the stage Knox Students Plan Recitals Seventeen Knox College music students will give performances at a recital planned for Wednes day at 4 p.m. at Kresge Re cital Hall of the Knox Center for the Fine Arts. The recital is open to the public. No tickets are required Music will include organ solos, vocal selections, duets for violin and harpsichord, flute se lections and piano numbers. Ted Reuter, Galesburg, will be among those appearing the program, ••W Will Note Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McCormick of near Maquon will observe their 50th wedding anniversary May 1. They are the parents of eight children, Gene, Lewiatown, Mo.; John and James, Maquon: Charles, Rio; Dean, Abingdon; Don, Willlamifield; Mrs. Bill (May) Cotton, Peoria; and Mrs. Charles (June) Riley, Lynn Center, There are 29 grandchildren and 6 great* grandchildren. The couple has lived 41 years in the Maquon area engaged In farming. A family dinner will be held in their honor Sunday at the Maquon American Legion Hall. Friends are invited to visit between 2 and 4 p.m. The couple requests no gifts. Hi* Golesbufo RiQisfcr-Moil, Galtiburo, III. Tuiiday, Mdv 1, 1973 9 111 NO. CHERRY ST. J. on NEWCOMERS SPRING DANCE SAT., MAY S Eagles Club Social Hour: 8 to 9 Dancing 9 to 1, to The Music of the SIMMONS $2.00 Per Person — $4.00 Per Couple Dress: Semi-Formal For Further Information Call: Carol Levin 343-2695 or Pat Sommers 343-0454 HOSTESS Mrs. Harold Canada 343-9850 Will Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Davis of Abingdon will celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary Sunday at an open house at the First Christian Church in Abingdon, from 2 to 5 p.m. Hosts for the event will be their five children, Alden C. Davis, Mrs. Mark (Dona) Moon, Jim Davis, all of Abingdon, Mrs. Bernard (Loris) Sherman, Chester, Va., and Mrs. Ken (Karen) Heck of Burlington, Iowa. The Davis' also have 16 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The couple was married May 5, 1923, at Galesburg. They request that gifts be omitted. Plan Open House Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cozadd Of Oxnard, Calif., will be the guests of honor at an open house Sunday, celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary. The event will be held in the home of Mrs. Cozadd's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Franklin, 50? S. Main St., Abingdon from 1 to 5 p.m. The couple, former Galesburg residents, were married Dec. 11, 1947 at Lewistown. Mrs. Cozadd formerly worked at the W. T. Grant Store in Galesburg for 17 years. She is now manager of a Grant's Store in Oxnard. Her husband was alnow employed by a California! mechanic in Galesburg, and is Iplant protection company Plan Open House Mr. and Mrs. DuWayne L. Mathews of Yates City will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house in their home Sunday from 2 to 6 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Mathews were married May 2,1948 'at the Knoxvllle Methodist Church by the Rev. John H. Clarke and have resided in the Yates City area the past 25 years. Mr. Mathews owns and operates the Mathews Insurance and Real Estate Agency. They are the parents of two children, Mrs. Melvin (Carol) Eaves of Corpus Christl, Tex., and Larry, a senior at Western Illinois University. They request that gifts be omitted. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cozadd Couple Selects Wedding Date Miss Debra Sue Bloomer and Ronald Lee Root, whose engagement was announced earlier, Don't let old friends net lost in the crowd! have selected May 20 as their wedding date. Vows will be exchanged at the United Methodist Church in Ma quon at 3 p.m. All friends and relatives are invited. Miss Bloomer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bbom- er of Maquon, and her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray mond Root of Fairview. Couple Will Be Married This Saturday Miss Darlene Collis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Col lis, Maquon, and Bruce Hartman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harl Hartman, Colorado Springs, Colo., whose engagement was previously announced, have selected Saturday as their wed ding date. Vows will be exchanged at the Grace Lutheran Church, Knoxvllle, at 8 p.m. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding and reception following the ceremony. lighting; sophomore Robert Hennes of Highland Park, sound; junior Catherine Evans of Boise, Idaho, and senior Beverly Barton' Seaver of Munster, Ind., costumes, and freshman Barbara A. Carava of Chicago. KBBP in much with frequent lono Distance calls! Hffi ™1970, on direct-dialed out-of-state call! of more than 200 miles. INTRA STATE TELEPHONE CO. Garden Club Meets Monday At Knox Nursing Home The Galesburg Garden Club met Monday afternoon at the Knox County Nursing Home. Mrs. Nevin Albert, a patient at the home, conducted a tour, and guests were welcomed by Mr. and Mrs. Bivens, administrators. During the business meeting, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Griffith thanked the club for the 50th wedding anniversary gift given jthem bv club members. Gue«ts oresent included Mrs T ean F.oklund. Mrs. Nina Van . r»ns<»n. Mrs. Tsla Kuhl and Mrs. Kth&\ Driscoll. Knox Players Will Stage "U.S.A." On May 3rd-6th The Knox College Players will present "U.S.A." Shyre and John Dos Paasos May 3-6 at 8 p.m tre of the Knox Center for the Fine Arts. The play is open to the public. Tickets for adults students may be obtained at the reception desk, Center for the Fine Arts. The play presents a picture of the people and times of the first three decades of the 20th century. A stage adaptation of Dos Passos' triojogy, "U.S.A.," it is performed by six players, each of whom plays different roles and provides narrative as the century moves from its dawn through the roaring twenties to the great depression. The action centers on the rise to success of a fictional public relations man and branches out to include prominent personages of the age, including Henry Ford, Rudolph Valentino and Isador Duncan. The play is directed by Dr. Robert C. Whitlatch, associate professor of theater and chairman of the department. The cast includes sophomore Jeffery Cagan of Worcester, Mass.; junior Dale Dembickl of Ottawa; junior Richard W. Jones of East Alton; sophomore Michael Lincoln of Alliance, Neb.; senior Celeste Parenti of Marengo, and junior Deborah Vetter of Princeton. The production staff includes Dr Peter B. Young, Knox assistant professor of theater, technical director, and Susan Blew, a sophomore from Palos Heights, stage manager. Crew chairmen include junior Donald Hipsman of West Chicago, construction; sophomore Maxine Dombrowski of Cicero, by Paul in Harbach Thea- and for Card Parties NEWCOMERS CLUB TtUt Newcomers Couples Card Olub met Saturday evening at tine Home Savings & Loan. A ham dinner preceded the games. Host couples were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pedersen and Mr. and Mrs. LeCIare Sloan. Women winners in cards were Mrs. Sloan, Mrs. Terry Stephens, Mrs. Paul Wechter and Mrs. Upton Craig. Mr. Pedersen, Dan Seabaugh, Mr. Stephens and Mr. Sloan won high lor the men. Grand slams were made by Mrs. Stephens and Mr. Pedersen. Mr. and Mrs. Seabaugh were introduced as prospective members. JOIN Civic Music NOW 343-8325 J WANT ADS BRING RESULTS! Evangelistic Meetings Sunday/ April 29 thru Saturday, May 5 Each Evening at 7:30 p.m. SPEAKER: REV. WALTER KIRK Everyone Welcome GOOD MUSIC BIBLICAL PREACHING Rev. Walter Kirk WARM FELLOWSHIP Befrhcsnv Baptist Church 373 E. SIMMONS ST. Dr. G. L. Nulph, Pastor O.T.s BUDGET ANNEX How To Say "I love you" on MOTHERS DAY The Swank New Look in Bookcase Cabinets! A What a find this isl Roomy functional unit with the look of fine furniture displays your personal possessions beautifully. Also Ideal for storing records etc. Sliding glasi doors adds elegance, and keep your display safe from Ittfie fingers.
What members have found on this page
Get access to Newspapers.com
- The largest online newspaper archive
- 8,000 newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
- Millions of additional pages added every month