Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 14, 1973 · Page 11
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, June 14, 1973
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College News .,. Barbara Ward, 1036 Jefferson St., a student at Knox College is among 26 students and six staff members who are participating in the University of Illinois 23rd annual Geology Summer Field Camp. The group left the Urbana-Champaign campus June 11 for Sheridan, Wyo. and wil,l trav- -- —— Viola. Performances will be at 8 p.m. on Thursday and Friday nights, 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. on Saturday nights, and a 3 p.m. matinee on Sundays. Rev. David Haney will play the part of Sen. Jack S. Phog- bound; Nancy Clark will pliay Lonesome Polecat; and Walter Strom Is Evil Eye Fleagle. Brian Pogue, 3V6, and his sister, Connie, 7 months, are visiting with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Pogue in the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mr*. John F. Pogue, 587 N. Academy St., for two weeks. This is the children's first visit in Galesburg, where they are also spending time with their aunts, uncles and cousins. The Daniel Pogues reside in Oroville, Calif., where he is a member of the editorial staff of the Mercury Register, in Oroville. cl 6,500 miles this summer. Travel to Sheridan is a field trip with stops in the Baraboo, Wis., area, the Sioux Uplift in southwestern Minnesota, and the Badlands and Black Hills hi South Dakota. Headquarters for the 18th year will be at Sheridan College. From there, study trips will include Yellowstone National Park, the Grand Tetons, the Wind River Mountains and other spots illustrating significant aspects of middle Rocky Mountain geology. Students will learn techniques of determining, describing and measuring rock succession and of mapping, including use of aerial photographs. To help understand mapping, they will make a short flight over the northern Bighorn Mountains. Three' Augustana Coltege, Rock Island, students from Viola are members of the cast of "Li'l Abner," which opens the 1973 season of the Augus- tana College Pitchfork players. The musical will be presented June 14-17 and June 21-24 at the Viola Opera House in GALESBURG, ILL., THURS., JUNE 14, 1973 PAGBJ 11 Kids Opt for Pop! 0$. Mouse Tales' Receives Award From the World of Fashion On May 18 the Bank Street College of Education presented the first Irma Simonton Black Award "for excellence in literature for children" to "Mouse Tales" (an.I can Read Book) by Arnold Lobel. The Award Committee of Bank Street College-screened over 200 books for young chil dren published in 1972, narrowing the selection to four titles: These were presented to dhildren from kindergarten through third grade in one private and two publia schools, representing a wide variety of socio-economic and) ethnic patterns. Th© children assisted'in the final selection, and "Mouse Tales" was the overwhelming choice of both', the children and the adult ; judges. Teacher; cwniments concerning the reaction of' tfhe children to "Mouse Tales" state that it hot only held tlhe rapt (Continued on Page 13) KIRLINS HMD SPECMt Pastel Chocolate MINTEES Regular $1.09 lb. Delicious mint flavored chocolate dipped in a pastel candy coating. , FATHER'S DAY CARDS GifI Hems '1.00 and up Father's Day, June 17th Master Charge Welcome [niiisiui chuitje] YOUR CONVENIENT HALLMARK STORE By PATRICIA McCORMACK NEW YORK (UPI) - Coal, lowly beside other minerals such as gold and silver, gets its comeuppance at last. It now. can do a few things gold and silver can. That is—be fashioned into earrings or bracelet or pendant. Coal jewelry was introduced at the New York Couture Business Council's Fashion Press Week Tuesday. Award- winning designer Stanley Hagler said in an interview he's thinking of kicking off the coal jewelry -promotion in Ne ,v Castle, Pa. That is the place that has so much coal. The coal jewelry"; probably will be priced around'$7-50 for a bracelet or earrings. Coal pendants will run around $12.50 to $15.50. No, it won't blacken your wrist; neck, ears, ; clothes. The polished and jewelry cut coal is coated with a clear plastic sealant. And; no, it doesn't break when dropped. The pendant is about %ths of an inch thick. Why coal? Hagler figures it has what he described as "combustible chic" at this stage of the 20th Century. Conservation is today's priority and energy is in focus. What does the coal jewelry look like? Nice. Hagler said it weds the properties of ebony and onyx. He favors the wearing of the coal with patchwork garments that come from Mountain Artisans, Inc. "This," he said, "is a nonprofit corporation headed by Sharon Rockefeller and established to provide work for some of the people in West Virginia. They have taken patchwork into its next logical step of sophistication and done it in terms of contemporary living." Hagler, a native of Denver, Colo., and a lawyer, taught a seminar in jewelry-making and JIJi 111111 A collage of watch faces and watch parts is a pendant suspended from faceted jets, rhinestones and gold. The matching earring has been tagged "at-home-earring of the year," and the lucite bangle is studded with polished, treated coal, part of Stanley Hagler's new collection of coal jewelry. UNIFAX design at the Fashion Institute of Technology this past semester. He stressed conserving and utilizing materials at hand. The coal jewelry is one example. Another is his collage pendant' necklace shown the nation's fashion press corps in town for press week. The pendant is made of watch face and watch parts and strung with jets, crystal and rhinestone. It is suspended from faceted jets, rhinestones and gold. Matching earrings were made of lucite bangles studded with polished, treated coal. cjClA By GAY PAULEY NEW YORK (UPI) - The luxury look takes over from the robbed-the-attic look in the new fall and winter fashions. It spells handsome clothes in the New York manufacturer- designer collections. It also bodes higher price tags. As Vincent Monte-Sano, a manufacturer and president of he New York Couture Group ecomei 221 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. DAILY SUNDAYS - NOON TILL 5:30 P.M. E. Main St. Downtown Galetburg WOLFIES'S Yarn Shop Is Now Located at 332 E. Main St. puts it, women's ready-to-wear prices have just about doubled since 1960. To show what's happened through the years, designer- manufacturer Vera Maxwell again includes an updated version of a doep gray flannel skirt topped with handwoven Donegal tweed jacket. It was first in her 1936 collection. Prices Doubled "When 1 first offered fhat j suit, the wholesale price was' |32," she said. "Today, its wholesale tag is $169." Double the wholesale figures to get an idea of the markup to you the customer. "Yet," she said, "It's the same mill, same designer, same building." Bill Blass introduced his new, fur-bearing collection with the comment that the prices weren't exactly low. A spokesman for the firm said later the retail range was from $300 to $1,500. So it goes, as the ready-to- wear industry unveils its fall and winter apparel in two busy (Continued on Page 13) The first pop stand of the season, featuring such fast moving items as Royal Purple Punch and gingersnap cookies, is now open for business. A simple soda pop stand can be made from a large cardboard carton, two laths or heavy cardboard strips for uprights, and a sheet of cardboard of paper long enough to make a sign. With a staple gun, attach the laths to the corners on a long side of the carton and tack the sign to ithem across the top. Use one bucket for ice cubes — they'll stay cold for hours. Fill the second ice bucket with chilled soda pop or "Royal Purple Punch" which is a blend of grape juice and lemon-lime soft drink that kids will love on hot summer days. Royal Purple Punch 4 cups unsweetened grape juice 2 ten-ounce bottles lemon- lime carbonated soft drink, chilled Sugar, if desired, to taste Pour the grape juice into an insulated 2-quart ice bucket or a large pitcher. Slowly add the soft drink and mix well. Stir in sugar, if desired. Serve "Royal Purple ' Punch" (With ice cubes in tumblers — five cents a glass! These crisp freshly-baked glngersnaps are sure to entice the whole family. Cinnamon, ginger, and a touch of cloves were the spices in this W elcome Wagon Installs New President Mrs. Douglas Peterson, new president of Welcome Wagon, presided at the short business meeting Wednesday evening at Fun Night held at the Home! Savings and Loan Assn. The outgoing president, Mrs. (Continued on Page 13) Lemonade Stand Goes Mod famous gingersnap recipe • which appeared years ago on a molasses bottle label. Homemade Gingersnaps % cup shortening 1 cup sugar Vi cup light or dark molasses 1 egg 2 cups sifted all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking soda 1 teaspoon cinnamon Vz teaspoon ground cloves l k teaspoon ground ginger % teaspoon salt Granulated sugar In large bowl, cream to­ gether shortening and the 1 cup sugar. Add molasses and egg; beat well. Sift together flour, soda, cinnamon, cloves, ginger and salt; add to first mixture. Mix well; cover; chill. Form into 1-inch balls', roll each' in granulated sugar. ..and place on greased cookie sheets about two inches apart. • Bake in a preheated moderate oven (375 °F.) for,8 to 10 minutes or until golden brown. Remove cookies to« wire rack; cool. Makes 48 cookies. BEAT INFLATION WHITE HANDBAG JAMBOREE Entire Stock 20% Off You Reg. 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