Arlington Heights Herald from Arlington Heights, Illinois on November 17, 1960 · Page 21
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Special this Friday and Saturday $1 39 DANISH ALMOND CRESCENTS The “king-size” sweet roll, with the distinctive fresh-baked almond flavor, a favorite for breakfast or for a snack. Special this Friday and Saturday 4 35 Special Decorated Cakes for Every Occasion ... Weddings, Birthdays, Anniversaries. PALATINE PASTRY SHOP Located in the Heart of the Village Shopping Center 37 W. SLADE FLanders 9-0507 Noted Vocalist Is Set for ‘Mi 9 SAM RESNICK PRESENTING TICKET at door to Saturday’s American Legion dance are Pat and Carl Pasquale, of 1805 Walnut, Arlington Heights. The function was the first to be held In the newly remodeled hall at Miner and Douglas sts. The dance observed Veterans Day. (A Colorado as Seen Chemist-Biker Slated in Series A bicycling chemist wi 11 present “Colorado, Today and Yesterday,” Tu e s d a y night, November 22, as part of High School District 214’s adult education pro g r a m’s Travel and Adventure Series. Stan Midgely, who deserted his test tubes for the open road, will show his color photography of the western state “and a nostalgic look in t o Colorado’s past,” includ i n g ghost towns, horseless carriages, narrow gauge trains, and the famous Gallo ping Goos# BILLED AS “the Mark Twain of the Camera” because of his humor, Midgely will dwell on Denver, Pikes Peak, the Garden of ,the Gods, the Rbyal Gorge, Estes Park, Ascent of L o n gs Peak, the Trail Ridge Road, Glenwood Springs, Skiing at Aspen, the Mt. of the Holy Cross, the black canyon of the Gunnison, Mesa Ver d e, and the Arkansas River white water race. Midgely’s travelogue is the third in the 10 part series of Tuesday night lectures. Season tickets can still be purchased for $4 with a $1 registration fee. Tickets for i n- dividual lectures are $1 at the door. Other subjects to be presented in the series include “South America, Coast t o Coast,” “Indonesia,” “Switzerland,” “Hungary,” “Czechoslovakia,” “Splendors of Persia,” and “The Mighty Mississippi.” (ACM OK Traffic Safety School Study Plan Sam Resnick, a much- traveled vocalist and municipal opera star, will be one of four soloists for Arlington and Prospect high sch o o Is' music depariment presentation of Handel’s “Messiah,” scheduled for Dec. 4 in the boys’ gym at Arlington High. Resnick W’ill be accompanied by a 60 piece orchestra and a chorus of some 900 voices. The other three soloists have yet to be named, according to director Frederick Schmoyer. All area church choirs have been invited to participate in the bi-annual presentat ion. and area instrumental i sts have bolstered the high school musicians for the program, which has drawn standing- room-only audiences in the past two performances. IN ANNOUNCING Resnick’s selection, Schm oyer pointed out that the 23-year- old soloist has sung with the Detroit Opera T h e a ter, the Kansas City Lyric Theater, the Cameo Opera of Chicago, the Lyric Opera chorus, as well as having been feat u r e d by the D u luth Symphony, the Twin Cities Symphony, Chicago Businessmen’s Orchestra, C h i c a go Chamber Orchestra, and Rockford Symphony. He has appeared at the Lake Geneva Summer Music series, the Michigan City Friendship Gardens Music series, the Flint, Mich igan, “Music Under the Stars” series, and the Grosse Pointe, Michigan, concert series. THE BASS - baritone is a graduate of Northwestern university. Rehearsals for the presentation are being cond u c ted Sunday afternoons at Arling ton high school. The orchestra practices at 2 p.m. in t h e band room, with the c h o ir work beginning at 3. Schmoyer invites any interested person to participate in the program to report for practice. He is especially interested in adult players of stringed in struments. (ACM IL/cCtek euuL • ENGRAVING • RING SIZING • REMOUNTING OF DIAMONDS SOUCIE JEWELRY “Sincerely Serving You” I N. Bothwell, Palafint FLanders 8-2520 Thursday, Nov. 17,1960 COME IN and LOOK AROUND On the Highway in Palatine 1 BIG SELECTION including “Tiny Tears” Mattel Guns Remco Toys Marx Trains and Toys WATCH FOR OUR CHRISTMAS TREE DISPLAY Shopperaina MEN’S QUALITY SILK DRESS TIES Huge Selection — Reg. $1 to .50 59* each Use The Want Ads—It Pays Men’s Black Dress and Work OXFORD SHOES Sizes 6 to 12 — Reg. $7.00 Value $3.99 MEN’S CORDUROY SHIRTS Reg. $3.95 — Sizes S, M, L $2.49 Men’s & Boys’ White Wool Athletic SWEAT SOX Sizes 9 to 13 — Reg. $1.00 59c ir- TURTLE WAX AUTO WAX Reg. $2.00 99c Women’s Cotton Sanforized BRASSIERES Sizes 32A to 38C 2 for 66c WOMEN’S PETTICOATS & PANTIES Gift Boxed Sets — All Sizes Reg. $2.00 99C Men’s t Boys’ Waterproof Westclox WRIST WATCHES Reg. $14.95 $9.97 9x12 LINOLEUM FLOOR COVERINGS Reg. $10.00 Value $5.99 Ceramic Earthenware VASES & PLANTERS Reg. $1.00 to $2.95 49c each DRUG DEPARTMENT 25c MERCUR0CHR0ME 25c GAYLA BOBBY PINS SPECIAL 13C each Shopperama DISCOUNT DEPT. STORE On Rt 12, just west of Rt. 53 PALATINE OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAYS 9:30 A.M. TO 9 P.M. • FLanders 8-9894 8 Judge Robert C. Buckl e y and Police Chief L. W. Calderwood last week p 1 e d g ed their support to a study for the need of a traffic safety school now being made by the safety committee of the Arlington Heights chamber of commerce. Buckley and Calderwood attended a meeting of the committee Friday, and both agreed the school would appreciably aid traffic enforcement by educating all types of violators, chronic and occasional. TENTATIVE plans call for the school to be operated two nights or more a month by a salaried educator. Curt Kenyon, committee chair man, volunteered to investigate details of school location, personnel and equipment. COMMITTEE members George Volz and William Griffith noted the village needs such a school, as violators now are sent to classes in Park Ridge, Evanston and Elgin. It was suggested non­ violators also be allowed to attend the school. Expert to Lead Panel Discussion “Making the Most of Our Children’s Abilities” will be the title of Dr. Marg a r et O’Brien’s message at the Miner junior high school PTA meeting, Tuesday, November 22, at 8:15 p.m. Dr. O’Brien, director of instructional services for the Evanston junior high schools, will be the leader of a panel discussion following the program. Parents will submit questions, and Dr. O’B r i en will share the knowledge she has acquired from worki n g with the j u nior high age group. PARENTS OF Arlington Heights students contribut ed approximately 2660 pounds of clothing which filled 133 bags for the Save the C h ild ren Federation. A “thank you” is extended to Mrs. Dale Hauser, welfare chairman; the committee: Mrs. Clyde W. Foster, M rs. Fred Walter, Mrs. Lym a n Anson, Mrs. Alvin V. Kluesing, Mrs. Earl Stigger, Mrs. Albert Hawkes, Mrs. Paul Colianni Jr., and Mrs. W. M. Hannum; and the Kehe Motor Service for the cooperat i o n in the pick up and delivery of the bundles. The first Book Fair is this Saturday at Miner j u n i or high from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Episcopal Services Told Rev. Samuel N. Keys, vicar of St. Simon Episcopal church, Arlington Heights, announced this week that first services will be held in the parish’s new church, 717 Kirchoff rd., this Sunday morning. For the past three years parish members have held services in the South junior high school. Dedication ceremonies for the new church have been scheduled for 4 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 4, the Rt. Rev. Gerald Francis Burrill officiating. REV. KEYES noted that the congregation of 900 will observe the following worship schedule: Sunday services at 8:30 and 10 a.m.; church school at 10 a.m.; Thanksgiving Day service at 9:30 a.m. Beginning Wednesday, Nov. 30, services will be held in the church each Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. and on all Prayer Book holy days, Rev. Keyes pointed out. Assisting Rev. Keyes is the Rev. É. Dargan Butt, professor of pastoral theology at Seabury Theological Seminary, Evanston. (A NOLAND’S GARDEN and TOYS 29 N. Northwest Hwy. FLanders 8-0959 PALATINE (Across from Brandt's) Q. Is it correct to nave one’s monogram engraved on the envelope of social stationery? A. No; the monogram should be engraved only cn the note paper itself. (A13 Q. When a visitor brings candy to a patient in the hospital, should the candy be cft- fered about? A. Yes; and the nurse should be included, too, if she is present. EVERYBODY USES CLASSIFIED PADDOCK PUBLICATIONS ADS BRIGHTEN UP YOUR HOME for THANKSGIVING with a sparkling NEW MIRROR SEE OUR SELECTION OF GENUINE Plate Glass Mirrors including Wall Mirrors, Vanity Mirrors, Door Mirrors, etc. • PICTURE'FRAMING • WINDOW SHADES • VENETIAN BLINDS • DRAPERY ACCESSORIES PALATINE PAINT and GLASS COMPANY 9 N. Bothwell FLanders 9-0954 PALATINE magnificent STEREOPHONIC HIGH FIDELITY Music becomes Magic ...everywhere in the room! 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