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You've Got to Ring Those Bells . Galesburg, Regisfef'MaJj/jGajgsbjjffl*. ||_[,___Saturday, June 9, 1 973 I Choirs Combine Music, Goodwill By ALICE BROCKMAN (Staff Writer) It may not bo fun to polish all those bronze bells, but the bell choir members know their Ambassador's trips this month will more than make up for it. The Trinity Lutheran Church High School Bell Choir, under the direction of Miss — - — -~ — Myrna Andersen, leaves for a nine-day tour through Nebraska and South Dakota June 15 with ten bell ringers, 37 bells and ten sets of spotless while gloves. Those gloves are very important since they prevent tarnish, and keep the bells from having to be polished so often. James Musolf, music director at First Christian Church, v/ill lake his Westminster Bell Choir to the northern states June 18 for a nine-day tour. Concerts will be given in Greenwood and Muskego, Wis., Marshall, Mich., Willistown and Pemberville, Ohio, and La Grange Park and Monmouth. Choir members who will be going on tour with their famous English Whitechapel bolls in. Juhc md Subin Aldndge TV D-r i P >h-r' Ti-1 W'l i t i , JI i l j i i ii i ( in I riprcon, Ron S"hnfjp| l and Afici concerts it Holland Vermillion, Spcarfish, Rapid City, Alcestor and Presho, S.D., and Scottsbluff, Neb., members of Trinity's bell choir plan to spend some lime sight-seeing in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Those going on the lour include Greg Saul, Billy Hope, David Kuster, John Stock, Julie Fields, Tracy Bergmann, Shyrl Sanford, Nancy Williamson, Janet and Carol Mueller. Snap Wrist Learning to play the bells is not difficult. The ringer simply must learn to give a good, clean "snap" to his wrist as he brings the bell forward. What is hard, according to Miss Andersen, is learning to play the bells in time with the music, and to play them simultaneously with the other ringers. Djnamics is another problem too It J-> hard for the beginner to distinguish bei u l II i soft. Since only ten ringers play 37 bells, i ntj i rave to play three or four bells. This, too, Members of the Westminster Bell Choir of First Chr. i. . i i»» • who will be leaving on a northern tour include Susan AklnU^ itii back row, Ralph Johnson andToni Horton; Will.Jewsbu:.,, iai, L0..1 row' and Dave Suryk. Choir directors, right, are Jarrles Musolf, First Christian Church, and Miss Myrna Andersen, Trinity Lutheran Church. ec^icinA Jim Till, son, of Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Till, 679 Franklin Ave., has been elected vice president of Tau Kappa Epsilon social fraternity at Northeast Missouri State University, Kirksville, Mo. Till, a junior, is attending summer school. MacMurray College in Jacksonville, conferred 182 degrees May 27 at the 122nd annual commencement exercises. Among them are Christine M. Hawkinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Hawkinson, 1128 Brown Ave., bachelor of arts, education of mentally handicapped; and Eugene LeRoy Smith Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Smith, 592 N. Academy St., bachelor of arts, chemistry, mathematics. Jack Feldman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Feldman, 291 Circle Dr., is a June graduate of the University of Colorado Law School, Boulder, Colo. P'eldman will study for the II- MALES* formal wear "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 308/342-5914 A«or Six, Lord We»J, Palm Beach Register for Free Honeymoon b to Las Vegas 10 Wait Main St., Galeiburg linois Bar Examination in Chicago. The Feldman's daughter, Janet, received her bachelor of science degree in physical education from the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Fla. in June. She plans to work toward her master's degree at the University in the fall. Chris Walberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Walberg, 1414 N. Prairie St., received his bachelor of arts degree frcm Western Illinois University at the end of the winter quarter. He is working with the Macomb National Theatre, producing plays for a children's theatre. Danie'i L. Woods, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Woods, 1715 McMasters Ave., and a senior at Western Illinois University has recently been initiated into the Zeta Lambda Chapter of Delta Tau Delta national fraternity. Mrs. James (Dianne) Basso, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest E. Barton, 731 E, North St., received her master of arts degree June 2 from the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley. /2 ecewe u anoud onord Practicing for their western tour are Greg Saul, left, back row; John Steck and Tracy Bergmann; Julie Fields, left, front row, and Janet Mueller, all members of the Trinity Lutheran Church High School Bell Choir. (Photos by Steve Stout) takes practice and co-ordination. But the rewards are worth al! the practice, because bell ringers produce a music, sweet and charming, like no other you have ever heard. And the music for the bells is varied, too. Miss Andersen's choir will perform hymns, spirituals, anthems, light and popular songs, and classics, on their tour, including "Brian's Song," Kum Ba Yah," and a captivating presentation of "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies." The Westminster Bell Choir begins its concerts with an English Chiming Tune rung every hour by "Big Ben" in London's Parliament Building. Beethoven's "Ode to Joy," "Ah, Holy —Jesus," are on program as in an "Etude," which demonstrates the various types of sounds the bells make, including bells played like mallets, plucked, tolled, trcmalandoes, and rung normally. "Battle Hymn of the Republic," arranged by Mr. Musolf, concludes the program. Use Many Materials Bells have been known since the beginning of mankind. Primitive men fashioned them of clay, wood, metal, shell, pods, nuts, and stone to hang around the necks of domestic animals and for use at festivals and ceremonies. The use of hand bells, however, to play tunes is relatively recent. In the 17th century, they were used as a simple and convenient means of practicing change ringing in the huge towers of London. Finally, people began to play them just for their own sound, and now they are used around the world in bell choirs. Bells have an interesting folklore built up around them. They have been the object of many superstitions, the basis of legends, and sometimes a form of comfort. The harvest bell used to call laborers to the fields, and bells were used in early Rome to signify, bathing times. Often their mystical sound was attributed to good spirits and so developed the worldwide custom of wearing bells ar protection from evil spirits and from bodily harm. Today, their use as a musical instrument has added a new dimension to church services 'and concerts. Woman's World Today... The Harley Klebert family, 1575 Meadow Dr. looks over School of Engineering and Technology Wankel rotary engine exhibit during Southern Illinois University at Carbondale recent open house. Demonstrating is David Buskirk, assistant professor. Michael plans to enroll at SIU-C. Graduates The Winner of the WYLER WATCH is: Patty Farrell 712 S. Academy St Gales burg ALSO — All Graduates are welcomed to Stop in for Our '73 Gold Keys. Leo Stein & sons inc. JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. GALESBURG Mrs. Basso received her degree in special education, learning disabilities. She is employed in the Denver, Colo, school system. Timothy E. Sullivan, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan, R.R. 1, received a bachelor of arts degree from Creighton University, Omaha, Neb. spring commencement. at J. C. CERAMICS ANNOUNCES CERAMIC CLASSES For Children and Adults Grade* 4 thru 6 start Wed., June 13 - 1 to 3 PM Grades 7 and up start Fri., June 15 - 1 to 3 P.M. Adult Beginnors lesson* start June 21 - 7 to U:30 A.M. and 7 to 9 P.M. CALL FOR REGISTRATION 342-7413 m E. BROOKS ST. Mary Ann Rogers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rogers, 1345 Clay St., has been chosen to be a resident assistant in Bayliss Hall at Western Illinois University for the 197374 school year, where she has been a resident for two years. Miss Rogers is also an active member of the Univer­ sity's Union Board, where she is a member of the Entertainment Spectrum Committee. This summer she will be employed at Sunnyside School. Rex Mills, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Mills, Little York, has been accepted for admission to Culver-Stockton College, Canton, Mo. Winners on the Fairways SOANGETAHA Women's golf play at Soange- taha Country Club on Thursday was for low gross. A flight, 18 holes, winner was Mrs. Harold Cunningham; B flight, Mrs. Robert Cannon; C flight, Mrs. Becky Pacey, and D flight, Mrs. Bobby Hambrecht. For nine holes of play winners were Mrs. Gary Gunther, A flight; Mrs. Robert Mariner, B flight; Mrs. Dale Rowe, C (1) flight; Mrs. James Butler, C (2) flight, and Mrs. Edward Mc- Oormick, C (3) flight. Soangetaha Women's Golfers will host its annual Bracken- Bunker guest day Thursday, June 21. Golfers are being asked to make reservations at their respective clubs. Coffee will be served at 8 a.m. with tee times immediately following. Luncheon will be at 12:30 p.m. BUNKER LINKS . Match play was for blind hole this week at Bunker Links women's gall when hostesses were Mrs. Richard Roiing and Mrs. Nina Schultz. Winners were Mrs. James Lehman, Mrs. Neal Strandbcrg, championship flight; Mrs. Carl Siepker, A flight; Mrs. Douglas Peterson, B flight; Mrs. II. W. Watters, C flight; Mrs. Rita Sar.dborg, D flight, and Mrs. Russell Martin, unf lighted. Mrs. Ray Walters holed out on No. 13. NARFE The National Association of Retired Federal Employes will have a picnic Tuesday at noon in the Lions Shelter No. at Lake Storey. Wolfsies Inc. Golesburg's Only Authorized WHITE & ILNA SEWING MACHINE Dealer tor SALES & SERVICE BILL POYNER SALES & CARPET INSTALLATIONS JUNE SALE NOW Come & See Where We Do Our Best to Please You . . . FREE Estimates. 342-4949 IF NO ANSWER KNOXVILLE 289-2979 Over 10 Years Experience Installation al Your Convenience. (i39 So. Chambers - Galesburg MON. - FRL- 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. SAT.—9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Social Announcements KNOX COUNTY DAY NURSERY The Knox County Day Nure ery board will meet Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. at the nursery. CHRISTIAN WOMEN'S CLUB The first orientation coffee for the Galesburg Christian Women's Club will be Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Donald Tune, 960 N. West St. All interested women in the area are invited. CLASS "OF 1923 Members of the 1923 class of Galesburg High School will meet at the Home Savings and Loan Assn., Community Room, Monday at 7 p.m. This is the final planning session. The reunion will foe June 16. Chairmen are asked to bring any information they have. Members may bring items for the bulletin board. SANDBURG COTTAGE The Carl Sandburg Cottage, 331 E. Third St., will be open to the public Sunday from 1 to p.m. The birthplace is closed on Monday but is open daily the remainder of the week from 9 a.m. until noon and from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday morning visits may be made by appointment only. SERVICE GUILD The Cottage Hospital Service Guild will hold its annual meeting Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the First United Methodist Church lounge. Scholarship recipients will be the honored guests. The past year's accomplishments plus plans for the new hospital wing will be discussed. The members of the board will meet at 9:15 a.m. MOTHERS OF WW H Mothers of World War II will meet Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Anderson, 241 N. Cedar St. Members are to bring a sack lunch and own table service. AARP The executive board of Knox County Chapter of American Assn. of Retired Persons will host a picnic Wednesday at 6 p.m. in Lincoln Park Pavilion. Members are asked to bring a covered dish and table service. Beverages will be furnished. A free-will offering will be taken for meat. For reservations, to be made by Monday, members should call G. A. Harshbarger, 358 S. Pearl St. or Loren Dempsey, 512 N. Broad St. O.T .'s BEAUTY SALON BALCONY 343.2112 Saucy * Do For the very Young . . . And Young At Heart PRECISION SHAPING *N STYLE *6J5 FROSTING 15.00 SPRINGTIME PERM 12.50 Us9 Your Char go Account t No Anointment Ntmmy

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