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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 1, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 8A Tfc" CtJar Rapids Gazette: Sun., Sept. 1, 1974 Grey hand-spun Mexican wool and grey Persian lamb were used by Judy Felgar, Marion, Ohio, in this large woven hanging. If is 50 inches by 72 inches. Displaying the hanging just after it came out of the packing case is Stan Wiederspan, Art center director. for Classes at Ad Center Classes for both adults and young people are available at the Cedar Rapids Art center, 3'M Third street SE. Classes and beginning dates are as follows: Adult Classes Painting day afternoons, to starting Sept. 24. Cost is S20 for HI sessions. Students bring all their own materials. Stan Wiederspan, Art center direc- tor, will instruct. Drawing Explorations Tuesday evenings, to starting Sept. 24. Cost is S2I) for 10 sessions. Wied- erspan will instruct. Art mornings, lo noon, start- ing Sept. 26. Cost is (free for Art center docenls) for 10 sessions. Wiederspan will instruct. Color Slide Photography- Tuesday evenings, to starling Sept. 17. Cost is Instruction will be by staff. even- ings, to starting Sept. 17 or Wednesday morn- ings, to noon, starting Sept. 18. Cost is plus mate- rials for five sessions. Pat Lavvson will instruct. Needlepoint Workshop Tuesday mornings, lo noon, starting Sept. 17. Cost is plus materials. Instructor is Sue Trainor. after- noons, 1 In slarting Sept. 17. Cost is Rakel Sayre will instruct. Intermediate Knitting after- noons, 1 to starting Sept. 18. Cost is for eight ses- sions. Enrollment is limited In 15. Hilda Brooks will instruct. For Hie Young Pro-School Explorations in afternoons, i lo 2, starling Sept. 18 or Thursday mornings. lo starling Sept. 19. Cost is Instructor is Mary Ellen Bickel. Children's Saturday Classes -All begin Sept. 28 at HI a.m. Cost is The six classes are Explorations in Art, Mudlark which includes working with clay, Butterfly Wings and Two Dimensional Things which includes painting 'and draw- ing, Boogie Woogie. Treadle, Peddle and All That Jaxz which includes weaving of all kinds, knots and knitting. Super Movie Mongrels in SMM which covers filming: ing and From Thumbclina lo (he Muppels: Puppetry for Children of All Ages. Additional information and a brochure are available from the Art center. Mannix Impact Hits Romania BUCHAREST, Romania (AI'l The American detec- tive serial shown on Romania television in this Cnmi.'Unist nation, had its effect. A cartoon in the govern- ment paper showed a house- wife saying her bedside pray- ers and asking that "no harm cnnic In The Communist party paper reported on u 13-year-old student, alone1 at home in the town in Brailita. when ;i burglar entered his house. When I he burglar left Ihe sludenl trailed him to his lair noted the address Hi- told the police, who captured Ihe intruder. The paper congratulated the youngster saying "Bravo, Mannix of The slide insect of ylvaniii is Ihe firefly. Fall Activities Begin Wednesday at Coe Cue college activities fur students and faculty begin Wednesday and continue up In the firsl class day, Sept. 10. New faculty will meet Wednesday at a.m. for an all-day conference that will be a combined introduction to Coo administrators and a lour of college facilities. Provost Carson W. Vcach will preside. Returning faculty will meet Thursday. Afler an a.m. coffee hour in Ihe Cherry au- ditorium lobby, presentations wi1! be given by President Leo L. Nussbaum and other ad- ministrators. Kaculty committee meet- ings will be held from to p.m. after a noun luncheon in Gage Union. New students will begin moving into Cue residence halls at noon Friday. An in- formation center will be set up in Gage Union lobby lo help students with residence assignments and orientation information. Following dinner Friday night, students will have an informal dessert in the Armstrong-Douglas lounge In meet administration per- sonnel. Saturday morning parents will be Ihe guesls of Ihe col- lege al a continental breakfast get acquainted hour in the Gage Union. Following the breakfast both new students and their parents will be wel- comed by President Nuss- auditorium. Orientation meet- ings for parents will be held from III lo a.m. while .students are hearing from Coe Student Senate President Craig Herink and meeting with sludenl colleagues and faculty advisors. Following lunch with their parents in Gage Union, new students will begin planning overall educational plans and class schedules for fall. Meet- ings with faculty advisors and student colleagues will be held from I to 5 p.m. A barbecue for students arid faculty will be held In Ihe Gage Union pnlin ill p.m.. with a dance scheduled for the PUli patio al 8. Registration lor new stu- dents will begin al 1 p.m. next Sunday in rooms and I) nf Gage Union, continuing until 5 p.m. Following the Sunday (.'veiling meal, students will have dessert in faculty homes. Returning students needing to change registrations and any new students not complet- ing registration next Sunday will register for classes from !l a.m. until p.m. Sept. !l. Music theory placemen! tests for all students registering for music Iheury 'iiirses will lie given thai day ill 2 p.m. in room 201 of Marquis Hall. ('hisses begin Scpl, III. Mori- than half nf lomobile inps in the New At Art Center "Technology and the Artist-Craftsman" is now at the Cedar Rapids Art center, 324 Third street SE. Special opening for Art center members and the general public will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday. The exhibit features metals and tex- tiles and was put together and is being circulated by the Octagon Art center in Ames. The exhibit will be shown in 10 Midwest states. The exhibit will remain in Cedar Rapids through September. Surrounding pictures give an idea of the kind of items on display. Film Libraiy In Memory of Mr., Mrs. Green A film library has been es- tablished ill Ihe Cedar Rapids AH Center in memory (if Mr. and Mrs. Hiiwunl K. (irocn. The memorial was estab- lished by Nancy McHugh, Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. ICdward Kemp, Tiplon. ami Mr. and Mrs. William II. Green, Loveland, Coin., in memory of their parents. The Hilt included IB mm. projection equipment and twin, wood cabinet, sound speakers, as well as an initial collodion of films. These Films, which relate to both art and the lasting beauties nf life, will be shown on various occasions at the Art Center, and, through special arrange, munis, can be loaned out. II is liie hope of the donors that other persons will feel en- couraged to contribute In the film library so that a broad collection can be obtained and used to enhance the overall Art Center program. This samovar, which is completely functional with a heating element and neon bulbs, is pewter and wood. It was made by James Seavey of Glouces- ter, Mass., a metalsmith and industrial designer. liaiim al a.m in Sinclair Stales cover five miles
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