Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 1, 1968 · Page 11
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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 11

Freeport, Illinois
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Monday, July 1, 1968
Page 11
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Soil nmi wntor cniiHcrvnllon ells- Irlcls provided Icclmlcnl consulllvn Hcrvlccs to local public offlclnlH uml .iiibtirbun landowners In 72,000 SCHOOL SCENE FROM APPLE RIVER'S PAGEANT Apple River Pageant Plays To Over-Capacify Audience In 1DOV, Up 12 par cent from 1IMIB, iiccordliiR in Niillomil AN.srinlullon of Soil nnrt Wriler ConRCrvullon Districts. Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard Mon., July 1, 1968 Pg. 11 Tomorrow . . . Tuesday Night Is ... FAMILY NIGHT By GRANVILLE COOLEY Journal-Standard State Editor APPLE RIVER - Over capacity is the only way to describe the crowd of local and area persons who jammed the new Apple River Park House Saturday night for this village's centennial pageant. Despite the warm temperatures inside and outside of the park house the newly-constructed park house was "filled to the rafters" with a number of spectators milling outside to get a peek at the pageant. Some 300 seats were set up for the event, but it was estimated that 500 persons attended the production which was titled, "Profile of Apple River — 18681968." Mrs. Doris Lethlean, writer and director, said there was talk of having the pageant again to accommodate those persons who were not able to see it, but nothing definite has been decided on a .second showing. Approximately 65 persons, many of them school children, took part in the event. The production was kept at a clockwork pace from the open- ng scene of a modern school listory class to the finale by ;he entire cast, "This Land Is Your Land." Other major acts in addition .0 the opening school scene and the final were "A Friday in the Old Stone School" and "Reflections Into the Past." The Apple River Grade School band provided number between the major scenes. At the piano for the other numbers were Nancy Rowe and Ponna King. Dance numbers include the Charleston, the Viginia reel, square dancing and an authentic tribal dance by the Ouray In ciian Dancers of Freeport. Vocal soloists were Susan Houlihan, John Tucker and Don na King. Ken Eveland played A PEEK AT THE PAGEANT Marriage Licenses AT GALENA Gerald L. Sclietgen Rockforc Betty J. Smith Galena Jack E. Stevenson Hanover Virginia B. Breed Galena Raymond Smith, Jr Waterloo, Iowa Dorothy M. Kollmann same Richard N. Brandt Galena Doris A. Wienen same Robert J. Peterson . Dubuque, Iowa Frankie A. Thomas same Sheridan G. Lindsay Sheboygan, Wis Lucille M. Strutz same Dale L. Wilson Waterloo, Iowa Paula K. Guelner same Virgil J. Schwirtz ... Winona, Minn, Delores E. Marks Utica, Minn Levryn W. Tennison Rockford Jean A. Roser same Donald R. Weishoff Griggsvllle, Wis Salliann Alexander same Kenneth L. Smith Eureka Lerna D. Beall Apple River Gary A. Groezinger Elizabeth Mary L. Sheetz Stockton Edward T. Myers .. Dubuque, Iowa Bette L. Runde East Dubuque Arnold H. 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