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oii/ ]Peopte, jpic Gokjsbuffl, Register-Mail, Galesburg, III. Saturday, July 7, 1973- 3 aceA Macomb National Theater Company Presents Exhibit The Galesburg Civic Art Center presents the Macomb Na- i tional Theater Company exhibit of artwork in Gallery I during the month of July. The Macomb National Theater Company is a professional arts organization. Under the supervision of Chistofer Walberg, the Company offers children's theater, theater "workshops, and gallery shows to the general public. The gallery show is a group representation of 11 artists associated with the Macomb National Theaiter. The variety of media includes prints, drawings, watercolors, serigraphs, ceram-j ics, and waving. Among the artists participating in this exhibit are Sam Parker, Steve Albair, Fred Jones, Frank Ber- kenkotter, Ann S. Mullin, Michael Nelson, Carl Walter, Pam Carson, Suzanne Kauzlarich, Connie Horacek and Cookie Boccarossa. The Civic Art Center is located at 114 East Main. Gallery hours are 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday. Woman's World Today. College News.. There is a diversity of style that ranges from the realistic to the abstract, there is throughout a real control of media. All the artists, especially the printmakers, have arrived at a sophistication in terms of technique. Of interest are Sam Parker's serigraphs which use and decor and popular culture symbols (Mickey Mouse) in the composition. Also of note are Steve Albair's watercolor and bi - ohromate compositions in which a recognizable human figure is perceived in a haze of contrasting or complementary colors. The gallery show from the Macomb National Theater will occupy Gallery I at the Civic Art Center through July 31. Kristin Lass, age 16 months, has more fun rocking in grandmother's rocker, even though it takes all her energy plus, for the moment. Kristin and her mother, Mrs. Richard Lass, have been in Galesburg the past week and will spend the next week with Mrs. Lass* parents in Rhode Island before returning home. Home is Buena Vista, Colo., where her father is an assistant supervisor on a power plant project at Twin Lakes. Kristin's Galesburg grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lass of Lake Rice. (Register-Mail photo by Steve Stout.) SANDBURG COTTAGE The Carl Sandburg Cottage, 331 E. Third St., will be open to the public Sunday from 1 to 5 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. Galesburg State Research Hospital has announced that 10 college students from Galesburg are employed at the hospital this summer. Among them are Roxanne Bowman, 1191 Harrison, Illinois State University; Valerie Greer, 1289 Campbell St., Marycrest College, Davenport, Iowa; Sue Lynne Johnson, 747 Bateman St., Bethany College, Lindsborg, Kan.; Linda Nelson, 304 S. Cedar St., Knox College; Nancy Parkinson, 945 Parkview Rd., Eastern Illinois University, Charleston; Susan Pax, 916 N. Cherry St., Knox College. Also, James Swise, 49 Circle Drive, Knox College; Julie Wilds, 900 W. Dayton Dr., ISU; Martha Peterson, 1515 Willard St.. ISU; and Anita Nelson, 768 Ruby St., University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan. Southern Illinois University at Carbondale has announced that some 4,200 graduates received degrees in ceremonies June 8. Among them are Kermit Edward Bantz, 1065 N. Cedar St.; Courtney Van Cox, 1070 Dayton Dr.; Arnold Leroy Dutcher, 1596 Conger St.; Gerald Lee Hanson, 1352 N. Kellogg St.; David Russell Johnson, 942 Hawkinson Ave.; Robert H. Mills, 367 Lincoln St.; Mary C. Stebor, 470 E. First St.; and Terry Wayne Stebor, 1695 Jefferson St. rama Spoon $iver «2 )i WorLU Will Cjive C^liiidren'd j-^iay "The Foxy Fox" will be presented by the Spoon River Drama Workshop on Saturday, July 14, at 2 p. m. at the Galesburg Public Library as part of the Summer Reading Program. The comedy, for children ages 4 to 12, is being presented free for the public. Director of the workshop is Mrs. Woody Baker of Western Springs and Avon. Three Give Auxiliary Reports Reports were given by Mrs. AI Collopy, Mrs. C. E. Miller ?r.d Mrs. Thomas Sepich at the Eagles Auxiliary meeting Tuesday with Mrs. Leroy Cruys, president, presiding. The auxiliary will donate $15 to the Monmouth auxiliary that is to be instituted July 21 with Mrs. Cecil Walker as the organizer and Mrs. Vera Daly, vice president, as institute deputy. Miss Suzy Cree, granddaughter of Mrs. Cruys who was recently crowned Little Miss Illinois, will compete for the title of Little Miss Universe, in New Orleans, La., with the auxiliary as one of her sponsors. Mrs. Jack Dawson was chairman of ithe social hour, with Mrs. Irene Ranson, Mrs. Al Hanson and Mrs. Collopy assisting. . First started in Avon four years ago, the workshop brings city youngsters to a rural area to acquaint them with rural living and to bring theater to the rural area. Mrs. Baker and her daughter, Rossann, have planned and operated the drama workshop at the Baker home in Avon each year. Miss Rossann, one of the co- directors, has had nine years of theatrical experience with the Western Springs Children Theater. A graduate of Monmouth College, she plans to attend graduate school at Western Illinois University. Also directing this summer is Patrick Waddell of New Cumberland, Pa., who is enrolled at Chicago's Goodman Theater in the M. The 13 high school students are staying at the Baker home on Main Street in Avon. Each! share the workload of meal preparation and cleaning of the home. that a record 5,336 students received degrees in June. Among them are Phyllis J. Aldrich, 414 W. Dayton St.; Elizabeth Calderone, 749 Monroe St.; John W. Hardine, 1744 Maple Ave.; Ann E. Hawkinson, 1065 N. Kellogg St.; Steven H. Tolley, 1800 N. Seminary St.; Gregory C. Weech, RR 3; and Michael B. Walker, 563 Hawkinson Ave. Kim Munson, daughter of Mrs. Bettye Munson, 540 N. Broad St., and Carl Munson,, „, .. ( Galesburg, is the recipient of a! , Edl ! ca I0 "' L ! nc01 ": FT The University of Iowa, Iowajdean's financial scholarship at' dent °!, v ? n nt City, Iowa, has announced thatjBradley University where shej soron - v al Knox _ Lollc g e will attend this fall as a freshman. Class of 1953 Plans Reunion The 20th reunion of the Galesburg Senior High School Class of 1953 will be an informal dinner-dance on Saturday, July 14, at the Holiday Lin. Among those working on class reunion are Mrs. Jack Hix, left standing, Mrs. Gene Alstedt and Mrs. Dale Morling, and Mrs. Richard Pickrel, left, Mrs. Ted Mellican, right. Following the social hour at 5 p. m., the buffet dinner will be served from 7 to 9 p. m., with dancing being planned from 9 p. m. to midnight. READ THE WANT ADS! PHOTO ININISHING 8 AA EXPOSURE ROUS JUMIO $' OR lb PROCESSED WITH PRINTS ONLY.. HAPPY MEMORIES PRESERVED FOREVER AT 1/2 THE PRICE (20 fXPOSUK IOUS only $?.49) 1SMM 10 [XtOSUtf WOES MOCHSID...J1.39 IMM MOVIE FILM P80CES$EO $1 .39 MX IUCK 4 WHITE SOU PROCESSED.. 44< THIS AD MUST ACCOMPANY ORDER FOR SPECIAL OFFER. NO LIMIT ON NUMBER OF ROUS, USE ANY ENVELOPE. RUSH TO: Army Mother§ Meet When the Army Mothers Club met Tuesday at noon for potluck luncheon at Lincoln Park Pavilion, Mrs. Stella Hough, president, conducted the meeting. Members were honored who celebrated birthdays in July. Plans were finalized for the next meeting, Aug. 7 at Lincoln Park, when election of officers will be held. Members were reminded to save items for a back yard sale to be held in the near future. MOTHERS OF WW H Mothers of World War II, Unit 51, will meet Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the Salvation Army Building on N o r t h Kellogg Street. Those attending are being asked to bring a sack lunch and table service. Dessert and coffee will be furnished. Members are being asked to note the change of meeting place. Winners on Fairway LAKE BRACKEN Lake Bracken Women's Golf League played Tuesday morning. Championship Flight winners were Mrs. Robert Strahler, high gross; Mrs. Bill Johansen, high putts; first flight, Mrs. R. D. Gladson, high gross; Mrs. Guy! Parkins, high putts; second j ng f or least fairway strokes, flight, Mrs. Herbert Erickson, JMrs. Ray Conkright and Miss high gross, Mrs. Dale Harvey,!Connie Graham were hostesses, high putts; third flight, Mrs 1 Dave Goff, high gross, Mrs Honor WW Students William R. McKie, center, of Galesburg and Ronald W. Grciner, right, of Elmhurst both seniors in physics at Western Illinois University, have been recognized as the outstanding senior level students on the basis of grade point average, performance and contributions to the department during the past year. Each received a book and their names will be on a plaque in the physics library. The awards were given by Assistant Professor R. H. Dailey, left and Dr. Walter Hurren, assistant professor and chairman of physics. McKie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William R. McKie, 987 Dayton Court. The University of Illinois, Ur- 1 { m students in the College of I Mrs. Susan (Titus) Koch, bana-Champaign has announced),'^ , kr[s were named to the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arm csler. dean's list for the second sem- our Titus Jr., 3383 Morningside Dr., was named to the deans list at the University of Iowa College of Nursing, Iowa City, Iowa, for the spring semester. Among them are James Betsworth, 1482 N. Cherry St.; Alfred Hillemeier, 1691 McMasters, and Connie Nelson, 83 Fulton St. Miss Nancy McMaster, Homewood, attended recently the Delta Delta Delta leadership school at the Univeristy of Nebraska Center for Continuing i Education, Lincoln, as the presi- President Takes Oath Of Office Mrs. Burton Hand was installed as president of Ralph M. Noble Unit 285, American Legion Auxiliary, Thursday evening at the American Legion Home. Mrs. Dean Soper, president, who presided during opening ceremonies, spoke briefly to the group. Installation of officers was conducted by Mrs. Mildred Bost, assisted by Mrs. Gordon Mul- iooly and Mrs. Rodney Chris- Daryl A. Fansler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fansler, 808 E. Jared Ward Lacy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ward O. Lacy, 1391 N. Broad St., was recently graduated from Eastern Illinois University at Charleston with a » —•> — -jvcrsiiy ill ^lianeaiuii niui a First St., has been named to the. bacnelor of sc j en ce degree in president's list at North Cen -j education He is employed in the tral College, NaperviUe, in re- art departm ent at Eureka-Wil- ccgnition of his scholastic. UamS| Norma l. achievement during the spring term of the 1972-73 academic year. Bradley University has announced that 680 students have ibeen named to the dean's list Florence, for the second semester of the Pleasant, Iowa, who were! named to the second semester! Dean's List. Sara Welch, 691 ,„ Ave, was among 204 students; academic yea r just ended, at Iowa Wesleyan College, Mt; Ammg them are Cml A Mower, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Mower, 458 Knoll_ crest Dr.; Herman Lee Muehc, !son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman P.. Deborah Poole, daughter ofj Muehc m2 s Seminary St.; iumy «uiu «ua. lUKuicy ^mia -iMr. and Mrs. Robert Poole, 1153 s U san L. Hardine, daughter of tiansen, installing chaplain and Sweetbriar PI., was graduated Mr an d Mrs. H. James Hardine, sergeant-at-arms, respectively, cum laude from Kaskaskia Col-; 548 ' Scotch Elm Lane . j^es Other officers serving wi th lege j " Centralja, as a dental as-| G Lannholm, son of Mr. and Arthur Hrbek, high putts Special low net champion flight winner was Mrs. Carl Championship flight winner was Mrs. James Lehman; Flight A, Mrs. Joe Long and Mrs. Albert Nelson tied; Flight .Seipker; first flight, Mrs. Rob-;B, Mrs. James Sellett; Flight ert Herrin; second flight, Mrs.'C, Mrs. Vince. Mornssey, and Carl Sauter; third flight, Mrs. Wight D. Mrs - Dale Ralston. Glen Miller.., — Mrs. Don Schreckengost and: SOANGETAHA COUNTRY Mrs. Erickson chipped in. LA CROSSE FILM SERVICE 194, IA CROSS!, WISCONSIN 546Q1 MALES' formal wear "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 309/342-5514 After Six. Lord West, Palm Beach Register for Free Honeymoon to Las Vegas 10 West Main St., Galesburg Next Tuesday Lake Bracken is sponsoring guest day for Bunker Links, Canton, Monmouth and Lake Calhoun leagues. Coffee and rolls will CLUB Women's golf play for Thursday at Soangetaha Country Club |was for low net. Eighteen hole winners were Mrs. Ron Parker, Flight A; be served at 8 a.m. Tee-off time'Mrs. Dean Grimes,' Flight B, is 8:30 a.m. Luncheon will be and Mrs. Jim Sherwood, Flight served at 1 p.m., rain or shine. C. BUNKER LINKS Bunker Links Women's Golf; League played Thursday morn- 1 Nine hole winners were Mrs. Art Kayser, Flight A; Mrs. Russ (Continued on Page 7) Mrs. Hand for the ensuing year are as follows: Mrs. Wayne Nelson, first vice president; Mrs. Kelly, second vice president; Mrs. Max Jones, secretary; Mrs. Bess Lewis, treasurer; Mrs. Robert Osborne, historian; Mrs. Eugene Ginther, |cha<plain; Mrs. Victor Van Un• nik, sergeant-at-arms; Mrs. C. ;V. Van Unnik and Mrs. Phillip j McLaughlin, assistant sergeant- at-arms. Mrs. Hand asked members to! attend Legion activities and> emphasized that not only new members, but many older members need to refresh their memory in the basic principles of ithe great service program of 'the American Legion Auxiliary. | Mrs. Hand introduced her husband, Burton, who is serving as Legion chaplain and her daughter, Sarah Jane, Junior Auxiliary vice president. Mrs. Frances Sartain and Mrs. Robert E. Johnson pre -j sented appropriate musical selections. Refreshments were served during the social hour with Mrs. Harriett Dickeson and Mrs. Phillip McLaughlin, serving as co-hostesses. sistant. She is employed in,Peoria by Dr. Ralph Nelson. (Continued on Page 7) 4

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