Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 14, 1973 · Page 11
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at Black Hawk Monday, M<ay 14,1973 11 f GALVA - An art shot was Mkfldrtday it Black Hawk College, east campus, near Galva, by the school's four art ttteners. th* program included: the works of Mrs. Dorothy Smith, Mrs, Nina Arnold, MM, Amelia Lettze and Mrs. Cary Ob- laoet. Among the works of Mrs. Smith were pictures of Florida landscapes, Sanlbel Island, the middle lake region, pelicans, cranes and blue heron, all In Florida. She also showed hand-formed ceramic pieces with over and under glaze decoration and a Japanese sumi-tfechnique creation. Mrs, Arnold 's work reflected her studies last summer in Sweden; Her fabric structure MRS. SUSAN HEHNER COHRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third Ave. Phone 932-2725 drapery, wall forms, decorative items and yardage, She also showed an environmental piece of macrame, made from such items as hand-spun goat's hair, cow hair, mink and wool. Acrylic, water color, figure sketches and serigraph in six colors were among the works by Mrs. Leitze. The area around Nice, Franca, was used by Mrs. Ub* lauef for works done in water colors, She also displayed pen* eil drawings and studio water color figures. The Lake Calhoun bridge luncheon will be held Thursday at 12:30 p.m. in the club house. Reservations must be made by Tuesday with Mrs. George Pahlow. Jack Toll, a ranger , at Chautauqua National Wildlife Refuge near Havana, wilt be guest speakers at a meeting of the Henry County Conser* vation Education Council Wednesday at 8 p .m. at. the Farm Bureau Building, Cambridge. Sculpture 'TooAdvanced 9 HOUSTON (UPI) - Jean Elizabeth Hutcheson is a 17- year-old high school senior who is a little; confused today. 'The teachers told me my work is ott a college level and is not acceptable on a high school level, whatever that means/' she said. Jean did a pair of sculptures for. a high school art show. One of the glazed statues depicts a nude embrace between a male and a female. The other showed a nude man, woman and child. Jean worked for 70 hours-on school nights and weekends—to finish the works. She admits to being influenced by Michelangelo. She said she took preliminary drawings of the sculptures to pO|ild you afford to replace your home at today's prices? Property Values and replacement costs are zooming! If it's' b'eeri \ tyio years or more si rite you reviewed your home insurance, let us make sure you're ..fully protected witK a mpdei n Millers' Mutual "Allfin-One" Homeowners Package Policy. Call today. TONY LISCHWE 411 Bank of Galosburg Building Phono 343-1165 MILLERS' MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSN. OF ILLINOIS AUTO • HOME • BUSINESS MRS. JAY CLEMENS CORRESPONDENT Horn* Addrtif: 660 W. Hunt St, Phone 772-2340 111 Motor Drive Through Park LeavesFour $267.000Poorer her art teachers three months ago and they approved them. "One art teacher said the reproductive organs of the males were too detailed," said Jean's mother, Hedy. "Another said the statues were too sexy." Jean took her statues to the art show Saturday but was stopped from putting them on display by school officials. "They are not appropriate because they are a bit advanced for this type of show," assistant principal Charles Vann said. "But they are very fine pieces of art work." Jean's father was outraged. He parked his car across the street from the art festival and displayed the statues all day on the car hood for everyone to see. And Jean herself said she did not care for her first brush with censorship. "I haven't accepted this," she said. "I am hacked off." Hard shell clams come in three sizes: Chowder, Cherrystones and Little Necks. Iss c ^brjderful is c lbu! ss onderful™. sun's up, heat's on ...you're enmeshed! Cool it in the snazziest sandals around ... bare little weavings to feel like no shoe at all, to took right on with every breezy fashion. Sixts 5 to 10 AA and B Widths 12 White-Beige-Black Multi-Colors SEE OUR LARGE COLLECTION OF SANDALS C FOR GRADUATION AND DRESS WEAR — ALL HEEL HEIGHTS —— 00 to $12 BLOOM 6ALE3B URS, ILLINOIS ovTtTAJcma QUALITY IN FAMILY SHOES UIST SHOES 228 E. MAIN PHONE 342-2013 NEW YORK (UPI) - "The guy just came up behind me, put a gun in my back, and said 'get into the car.'" With those four words Edward Nager, his wife and another couple began a slow drive through Central Park Sunday. It left them poorer by an estimated $267 ,000 in cash and jewelry. Nager, his wife, and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rosen, had just left a cancer benefit at the Plaza Hotel, gotten into Rosen' chauffeur-driven limousine and proceeded to the Nagers' apartment on Fifth 'Avenue. "The chauffeur had just {opened the door for me, and I had gotten out and turned to help my wife when this guy came from nowhere, put a gun in my back and told me to get into the car," Nager said "Another man with a gun also forced the. chauffeur into the car." With one of the gunmen sitting in the rear seat of the car, the two men told the chauffeur to drive slowly through the park and then "asked us to give them all of our cash and jewlery," Nager said. The police said an estimated $200,000 in jewelry and; $1,500 in cash were reported taken from the Rosens. Makon said there was no breakdown of exactly what kind of jewelry was taken from the four. Nager said that some $65,000 in jewelry was taken from him alone. Police said the two men apparently got into a waiting car. "They never threatened to kill us," Nager, an electrical (engineer, said. "We gave them what they wanted. We were only shaken." Police said the entire caper lasted about 10 minutes and described it as looking "like a well planned jot). We are ihecking into the backgrounds | of people who have been involved in similiar types of crimes." The two robbers were described only as male whites in their mid 30s. Henderson Grove Sewing Winners Are Announced HENDERSON GROVE Dresses entered by Mrs. Gunard Lundeen and Sally Burns won first-place ribbons in an annual Grange sewing contest May 5 at the Henderson Grove Grange hall. The 11 entries were modeled by the makers. In Class A, Mrs. Lundeen won first place. She entered a dress made by her daughter, Mrs. Sharon Coe, North Henderson. Mrs. Ruth Clute placed second. In Class B — for dresses made by girls under 18 — Sally Burns walked off with top honors. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Dell Burns, a Grange member. Next Grange meeting will be May 19. Texas communities spend more than $55 million each year to collect and dispose of domestic solid waste. LARRY RUDMAN Says... Shop Where The Assortment Is - DIAMONDS by U I A M O N H \) K I r, i Keepsake Columbia Cherished Tru-Blu Cinderella Encore Crosby Prismlite Everbrite Bonafide Sets: $89 to $3,500 • Cash • Charge t Budget Open Tonite 'Til 8:30 HEART'S JEWELERS 316 E. Main BUSHNELL - Oify Ludlum, I?, * m orij wmm\u was reported in sipctfty condition Sunday at McDonough District Hospital, Macomb, following a motorcycle- car collision Saturday/ * John Arnold, a Bushrtett policeman, who investigated, said the accident occurred when Mrs. Mabel Miller, tt, Prairie City, was driving her Oar north on Cole Street, theft turned left on to Hess Street and struck the motorcycle driven by Ludlum. Mrs. Miller was charged with careless driving. Ludlum reportedly suffered multiple lacerations and a fractured right leg.' Members of Mound Gold Star 4-H Club heard Dr. J. B. MMoan, vuameii optometrist, present a program on eye- eight when they met Saturday afternoon at the Recreation Center. He illustrated his talk with elides. Members voted to give $85 to the center. Announcement* included a mini-federation meeting May 21, a trip to Six Flags Over Mid-America at St. Louts June 6; 4-H camp lor 9-13-year-old children July 9-13; a McDonough County 4-H barbecue at the 4-H Center, Macomb, June 15, and a club tour May 26. Talks were given by Joy Tinder on "Seams"; Suanne Hess, "How to Give a Good Demonstration" and by Tracey Thompson on "How to Clean « Range." Other presentations were given by Karen Verileeg, Joy Tinder and Tracey Thompson. Members of BushneU Unit, Homemakers Extension, Will Meet Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Wilna Beatty. A potluck dinner will be served at noon. 10SI WATM WIlfHT »M'l fMi •vemMflM, Meet** or tufty MMUM #f MMM water ra : wfm*n. add** tmsetiry weight Attn uttftNf eauMtf fcr enMMn* •IriMl StrloV NIW AOllATAlt It • mild dluretid and ( MI •etme. AQUATABS wot* ftfltly Md Nipt relieve uncomfortable botfy-Uoat, want onlirfomoftt and pufflntti. 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