Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 17, 1973 · Page 14
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 14

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, May 17, 1973
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\ U (kfesbur? Register-Moil Thursdo older Americans iKno.t Players Meet, Discusi | jptfj present PL aceS. • • . . u the Fisher Theatre will be the Detroit concert setting for ''tnterlochen on Tour/' Sunday, May 20, at 7:30 p. m, Hie Infi&ochen Arts Academy will present the Academy Chtirale, * dKKcted by Kenneth W. Jewell and the Studio (jazz) Orchestra led? by David Spamy. The pro" of this benefit concert, sponsored by the Interlochen Arte- Academy P&reatfs' As- sanation, will boost the Imter- loohen Scholarship Fund. Over ;$^$00 in scholarships are g f a riled annualJ y to talented students of limited means, : ^jnterloohcn on Tour" will be otte of the major events scheduled for the opening of Michigan Week. The Academy Chorale of 35 young voices will offer a versatile program. Conductor JeWeH, associated witfi Inter- loohen since 1949, is also well known to Detroit audiences as leader of /flhe (professional) Kenneth Jewell Chorale. He is currently director of choral music at the Mertocfoen Arts Academy. David Giles, son of Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Giles, 1216 N. Cherry St., is a member of the bass section of the chorale. In his junior year at tile academy, Giles is studying voice and viola. He is a member of the 129- voice choir as well as tile Arts Academy Orchestra. IntePtodfaen siftiated 15 miles souhhiwest of Traverse Midi. The wooded 1,400- acre campus, siituated,between two lakes, was origihaJIy a Togging camp. It now nourishes young talent in a most inspiring setting, which also affords great outdoor sport arid recrea* tlonal opportunities. The Inter- loohen Center for the Arts is headed by President Roger E. Jaeoiri, amd Don Th. Jaeger is director of the Interlochen Arts Academy. , City," GIDDY-UP-N-GOES' The' Chapter at Delabar "Giddy - IJp - N - Goes'' of NCHA will camp Park Metric System Explained For Secretaries James Macdonald, head of the Mathematics and science department of Carl Sandburg College, presented a program entitled, "The Metric System we can't fight it so let's join it," at the Galesbutfc Chapter of the National Secretaries Association dinner meeting at the Sheraton Motor Inn on Tuesday. Our country is one of eight to ten countries in the world not on the metric system; alt other countries use it, he related. It is inevitable that this country, in order to maintain its financial health because of the increasing rates of imports and exports, will have to go to the metric system to help avoid confusion in dfeafings with those countries already on this system. This will be a gradual changeover taking place over a period of about ten years " There are many evidences that this change is already, in the process', be GonthWied. In his address he acauainted the group with some of the more common terms as applied fc> distance, mass and weight measures which will be encountered in nomiial day-to-day living. Election of officers for the next year was head with Mrs. Robert, Burke <being re-elected president; Mrs. Kermit Wells re-elected vice president; Mrs. Glenn Most, secretary and Mrs. pave Walker, treasurer. Long Range Planning Motivation with long range planning was the result of the meeting of Knot County Co* ordinating Association for Older Americans Wednesday morning at Moon Towers Community Room. Committee reports were evidence of progress and cooperation in social services offered older Americans of Kno* County. ffhe meeting was presided over by Felix Bengtson, chairman. ^^^^^^^ mure Miss Silm WMnrd Holds Bike Rodeo For Primary Pupih Silas Willard School held a Bike Rodeo Wednesday for first, second, and third grade students. Jesse Perez, Thomas Anderson, and Bradley Zeigler, officers, checked the children's bikes for hand signals, braking and bike handling in general. All participants received a bike reflector for his or her bike. A film "The Day the Bike Disappeared" was shown to the 250 children present. State near Oquawka Friday, Saturday and Sunday. i The Old Courthouse Museum in Vicksburg, Miss., houses the largest collection of Civil War Americana in the South. GHS BAND PARENTS The Galesburg High School Band Parents will have its find! meeting Monday at 8 p.m. in the band room at the high school. Officers for the coming year will be announced. Alumni (Continued From Page 13) luncheon. Included on the program will be the annual meeting and election of officers. Teruo Okada, Class of 1933, Tokyo, Japan, a former Bancroft scholar, will speak at the 50-year club meeting. His topic will be "A Voice From Japan." Saturday, June 2, from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. there will be a Lombard get-together in the Sandburg Lounge, Seymour Hall. Chairmen for this event are Miss Gail Youngren and Mrs. Clarence Gittings. Commencement exercises are Saturday, June 2, at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, June 3, at 9 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Peasley of Stronghurst will be the hosts for a breakfast for the Class of 1923 in the Knox-Lombard [Rooms in the Knox Union. The Fourpostet* The Knox Players will pre* sent Jan de Hartog 's "The Four- poster" tonight through Sunday "*SMi evening at 8 p.m in the Knox ^fflbSffii &„T Studio Theatre, Fine Arts Cen- and ' Marvift fa m> son of Mr! tLw « mt^u .u.» Marvin Melton, MS JUS ^MLJSO^S: UNEO,N ,S MM ™*** today. *usn& SEES SMS: ************* * cSeUo ?§o ft senior th6 Mt Mt ' and Mtt ' Uym The play, story of 25 years of IrET^aVrtS °M X n°.r2m Hef «*" is also a acters. Patricic M. cuccaro, *t ntie t m freshman from Muskogee ESSVliSw SlJLS' Okla., is playing the role of the f*J y £ at Butlef M *™'«ctur- husband, Michael. Patrick fUZ ' AimU ...m i*. I~ I played the lead in Noel Cow- ; ™ e , Tc&L* Luf. SSS* ard's "BUthe Spirit" at Knox Au «' 4 at Cor P us Chrlsti Church last fall. In addition to his Knox appearances, Patrick has had leading roles in "Bye Bye Birdie," "The Matchmaker," and "The Music Man." Lynda Guastaferri, junior from Des Plaines, is portraying the wife, Agnes. Lynda has appeared on the Knox stage in "Chamber Music," "The Cruci* Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wig We," "A Delicate Balance," and nail of Altona announce the en- others. v gagement of their daughter, Set in the 1890's and early Debra Lane, to Stanley Wayne 1900's, the play is the story of Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. the lives of Michael and Agnes John Henry of Victoria, from their wedding night, until Miss Wignall is a student at they leave their large house in ROVA, and Mr. Henry was their mid-fifties. graduated from ROVA High Patrick Doddy has designed School, the settings and lights. Herman Goldman has charge of .•-.'.V: 1$ Hostess For Meeting When the Galesburg Mothers of Twins Civt met Monday in he home of Mrs, Glen Youngren, 131$ Blwm Ave., Mrs. Youngren showed movies of hef trip to California and some of the club's picnics and get to- gettiems. The business meeting was OTrtducted by ; . Mrs., Ctohe Myers. A bakeless bake sale lyes held and the ptmceeds donated to the State Philanthropic project. iRfcfteshnteftts .were served by the bostesis and Mrs. James Clevcngcf. Miss Betty Madden - ^ h • Over Load (Continued From Page 13) charge of the stage crew; Fritz Nemitz, properties; Sue Blew, make-up; Pam Linnell, lighting; Robin Costello, house. Richard W. Jones is costumer for the production. "The Fourposter" is the last Knox production of this year. Tickets, student and adult, may be obtained at the Knox Ticket Office, in the Fine Arts Center. Galesburg students working on the production are Julie Chrisman, properties and Wendell Unzicker, member stage crew. An early June wedding is being planned. Miss Debra Wignall ALLEN PARK PTA Allen Park Parent - Teacher Association will meet this evening at 7 p.m. at the school. New officers for next year will be installed. Third graders will be honored. Nursery will be provided. To STEIN'S For Fire can then break out in the mctor windings of the appliance. Knee socks in thin, lightweight materials are perfect for Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Claeys, 255 Cottage Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter, Bobette, to William J. Haneghan, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Wolfe, 508 N.E. Madison St., Peoria, and Joseph S. Haneghan, St. Louis, Mo. The bride-elect is attending Galesburg High School and her fiance is a graduate of Yorkwood High School and is now an airman in the United States Air Force. The couple have not selected a wedding date. ird Grade Pupils Give PTO Program Following the Rose Hoben We\ch Parent - Teacher Organization business meeting Tuesday at the school, Mrt. Tom Powers, president, introduced the officers for the ensuing year. Serving will he R. D. Swanson, president; Mrs. Powers, secretary, and Mrs. Connie Shafer, treasurer. Pupils of Mrs. Harry Hall* berg's third grade class entertained parents and guests with songs from different parts of the world. Accompanist was Curtis McCarty, music teacher. Mrs. Hallberg introduced each child and handed them a letter to present to their parents, which the students and the principal, Mrs. Ivan Harrison, had composed to thank each parent for all they had done to develop their child in education so far in the school years. Refreshments were served. Ml , Be Sunday Miss Pamela Sue Martin of Monmouth, and Sidney E. Wildermuth of Alexis will exchange wedding vows Sunday at 4 p.m. at the First Lutheran Church in Monmouth. Friends and relatives are invited to the wedding and reception to follow in the church parlors. Miss Martin is, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Martin of Monmouth, and Mr. Wildermuth, the son of Mr. . and Mrs. Frederick Wildermuth of Alexis. ORGANIC GARDENING CLUB The Organic Gardening Club is sponsoring an organic dinner at the Good Samaritan Retreat Sunday beginning at noon. Those wishing to attend may call for information and reservations either Mrs. Art Dameron, 1248 Beecher Ave., or Mrs. Clifford Grimes, 304 N. Swartz, Abingdon. Sunday at 2 p.m. there will be a demonstratioh of tree grafting at the home of Verne Luvall of'near Galesburg. The public The public is invited to attend. Genujne Diamond going steady ring-thing . . It is in fact illegal to n^r^ol teaming together, a shorts suit Miss Bobette Claeys Rev. C. Noe Entertains Senior Citizens Rev. and ; Mrs. Clifford Noe of the Allen Park Baptist Church entertained the Senior Citizens Club Monday evening at the YMCA clubroom. Rev. Noe led group singing, accompanied by Mrs. Noe at the piano. His talk was entitled "What God Has Done With Senior Citizens." The program preceded the 6 p.m. potluck supper. Tables were decorated in bouquets of spring flowers. Two beautifully worked hearts linked with a genuine diamond in a 14K white gold mounting. When you do buy an engagement ring, the full amount of 10.95 will be credited to you in trade regardless of age or condition. Muter Charge American Ex- S reta, Bank Amailcard and harga Account! Xnylted. lUInoli Moat Popular la we lere Phone 343-1412 241 EAST MAIN ST. Galesburg, III. OPEN MONDAY I FRIDAY NIGHTS 'TIL 9:00 P.M. ner unit rtable' either NAME PIN Your Name Engraved On A Metal Pin in Assorted $120 Colors FROM Plus Engraving an air regular; ,or ."porta Die*' — on anything but what electricians call a* "home run" circuit, if your community has a first rate lelectrical code. Such a circuit a single Jine running direct-J ly from the circuit box to an air | conditioner outlet; There is no way to plug any additional appliances into the circuit and it's Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. 5 JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. Downtown Galesburg eparately fused. Low Amperage Units Vbu can probably get away indefinitely with violations of the code — or just plug- your conditioner in anywhere, if'yout. local code doesn't prohibit it — but you may pay an extremely high price for it, some hot summer day when your wiring is -overloaded CARSON PIRIE SCOTT COMPANY Bridal Registry take Our Bridal Registry is for of you brides to be to help all of the guess work and mystery out of shower and wedding gift giving. Now with your help we can have a list of your selections in linens. small appliances, bath accessories, and housewares jrv your favorite decorative colors and name brands too. All of your preferences are listed and kept up to date, thus it wj help in avoiding duplications. Won't you come in soon and let us assist you with your selections for that appropriate and most cherished time. ('-'alto 7 bridal registry fourth floor SEMINARY

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