Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 19, 1975 · Page 51
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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 51

Freeport, Illinois
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Saturday, July 19, 1975
Page 51
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New At The Public Library Theater . Shady Lane Farm Playhouse near Marengo is presenting "The Convertible Girl" through Aug. 10, starring Susan Lloyd, Dale Benson and Alice Mary Riley. The final performance of "Androcles and the Lion" will be presented tonight by the Summer Set Theater II in.the Highland Community College theater. "The Apple Tree" will be presented July 29 through Aug. 2. Neil Simon's comedy "Plaza Suite" continues at the Red Barn Theater at the Wagon Wheel in Rockton through July 26.- Pearl Bailey will star in "Hello, Dolly" Tuesday through Aug. 10 at Arie Crown Theater, Chicago. "The Mikado" is being presented tonight through July 27 at.Timber Lake Playhouse, Mount Carroll. Robert Vaughn is starring in "Nobody Loves an Albatross" tonight through Aug. 3 at Drury Lane Theater East (McCormick Place), Chicago. "The Gingerbread Lady," a Neil Simon comedy-drama, will be presented by Beloit Court Theater Monday through July 26 at Laura Aldrich Neese Theater on the Beloit College campus. "The Tender Trap" will be presented tonight, Thursday through Saturday, and Aug. 1 and 2 at the New American Theater in the Performing Arts room at Rock Valley College, Rockford. The Cabaret Dinner Theater at the Clock Tower Inn in Rockford is presenting "Oklahoma" tonight through Aug. 17. . Music Corky Siegel, a member of the Siegel Schwall Blues Band a few years ago, will appear tonight and Sunday at Charlotte's Web in Rockford. Redwood Landing will perform Thursday through July 26. The Freeport Concert Band will present a concert at 7:30 p.m. Sunday in the Krape Park band shell. The Rockford Pops Orchestra will present a concert at 8:30 p.m. Thursday in the Sinnissippi Park band shell at Rockford. Art Display "Art in the Park" will be held today ahcf Sunday in'Flora Park, Dubuque, Iowa, sponsored by the Dubuque Art Association and Department of Recreation. Fifty-five photographs by Charles Traub will be on exhibit today through Sept. 7 at the Art Institute of Chicago in Gallery 106. Seventy-five works by an American painter, Arthur Dove, are on view in the east galleries through Aug. 31. "The First Hundred Years," 1975 Ravinia Art Show, is on display in the Casino Gallery at Ravinia Park, Highland Park, heralding the nation's'bicentennial. Variety The 55th annual Elizabeth Community Fan* will be held Friday .through July 27 in the West-Side Park. A downtown parade will be featured at 11 a.m. July 26. The American Business Women's Association's 13th annual horse show will begin at 7 tonight at the Stephenson County Fairground, South Walnut Road. The sixth annual Old-Time Threshing and Antique .Engine Show sponsored by the Stephenson County Antique Engine Club, Inc., will be held Friday through July 27 at the Stephenson County Fairground. A flea market will be held also. The 121st Green County (Wis.) Fair will be held Wednesday through v July 27 at Monroe. . j ^ The Lafayette County (Wis.) Fair at Darlington continues tonight and Sunday. Amboy Bicentennial Pioneer Days held tonight and Sunday. A parade will be featured at 2 p.m. Sunday with Cong. John B. Anderson as honorary parade marshal. ' The -53rd Lumberjack World Championships will be held at Historyland near Hay ward, Wis.-, Friday through July 27. • ' : • An antique show and sale will be held Friday through July 27 at the Janesville, Wis., YWCA. Cover Scene THE LOW EVENING SUN lights up the sky on the Canyonlands of Utah, This is part of America's unspoiled heritage, which can be Included on a family vacation by those who want a white water thrill, who want to hike or who like sleeping out under the stars. Nature is at her best. Campers' stop for the evening meal. The glories of the evening sunset are theirs free for the taking in this land of steep vertical landscape .-Journal-Standard color and black and white photos by Olga Gize Cariile. . CONVERSATIONS WITH KENNEDY by Benjamin Bradlee. The executive editor of the Washington Post draws on his notes of conversations with the President to write this account of the human side of the presidency. THE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY by Michael Crichton. It is England in 1855. We are in on the planning of the robbing of gold from a train in motion which contains two invulnerable safes. VINEGAR FUSS by S. J. Per- . elman. A collection of humorous pieces with such titles as "Around the Bend in Eighty Days" and "Who Stole My Golden Undies?" THE SUMMER BOOK by Tove Jansson. During one summer, a little girl and her grandmother share experiences as they explore the island on which they are living. PEKING MAN by Harry L. Shapiro. The story of the discovery and impact of fossils discovered in China, their disappearance and the worldwide search for them. THE WORLD FROM ROUGH STONES by Malcolm • Macdonald. The story of two couples in the England of 1839, fired with ambition, who try to take over a railroad, and their fights against competitors ahd blackmail. NICE GUYS FINISH LAST by Leo Durocher. Leo the Lip tells his own story from his start in baseball in 1927 to the present. THE LAST WORDS OF DUTCH SCHULTZ by William S. Burroughs. After being gunned down, Schultz lived 24 hours, hallucinating in his hospital bed. Burroughs takes this as a point of departure and creates his own fantasy of Dutch Schultz. TOSCANINI by George R. Marek. A biography of the famous conductor which traces his musical career and life outside of the concert hall. DISRAELI RISING by Maurice Edelman. The author's second novel about Benjamin Disraeli, centering on his advancement in society and politics as he attempts to be the most powerful man in England. A LONG COMMUNION by John Morressy. Star-crossed Philip Archer was born on December 7, 1941, and orphaned three hours later. Raised A>y loveless relatives, he is groomed for society and a life of dependence until he rebels. TELEFON by Walter Wager. A deranged Russian agent in America activates deep-cover Soviet agents by a code word transmitted by telephone-. In" an effort to prevent World War III, the KG-B sends its top agent to find and kill him. GARY HOSPELHORN Ferguson Insurance Agency Pecatonica, III. 239-2510 Unusual i and Distinctive Gifts For The Summer Bride To [Complete Be Sure Use Our Page 2 Freeport Journal-Standard, Weekender, Saturday-Sunday, July 19-20, 1975

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