12 SepSaturday2015

Grayslake Antique Market presents an “Accent on Phonographs”

Date: September 12-13, 2015

All APS Society members are invited to participate in the 2015 Grayslake, IL Antique Market with an accent on: Antique Phonographs. The show venue is a large air conditioned show barn with excellent loading facilities at the Lake County Fairgrounds. Regular scheduled events by the promoter at this location assure a well attended show. The show dates are September 12 and 13 with setup on the 11th.

Members can show and sell their phonographs and memorabilia at this show. The tables are FREE to all APS members.

The Wisconsin-Illinois Musical Antique Phonograph Society will also be holding a meeting after the show on September 12th at Jimmy’s Charhouse in Libertyville, Ill.

To request a registration form, contact:

Robin & Joan Rolfs
W6273 Cedar Cliff Dr.
Hortonville, WI 54944
E-mail: nipper@dataex.com

On Saturday September 12th at 1:30, John Hauger will give a presentation on the music of WWI. John will review a little history of “the Great War” and play some of these records and recall the artists who made them. The summer of 1914 was calm and idyllic. No one could have predicted the changes to the entire world that would soon take place. Music was very much a part of this war. Songs were composed to encourage people to join the war effort as well as to protest it. Although radio was still a few years off as a source of public entertainment, the phonograph was in its heyday. War music poured out of record stores and on to the phonographs in homes and recruiting stations on both sides of the Atlantic. In our program, Music of WWI, we hope to review a little history of “The Great War” and hear some of these records and remember the artists who made them.
John Hauger
The Grayslake Antique Market is held at Lake County Fairground, Grayslake, Ill 60030. If using a GPS, enter this address: 19822 Peterson Road, Libertyville, IL 60048. This show is sponsored by Zurko Promotions. Tim Zurko is a member of WIMAPS and is a promoter of antique shows in Wisconsin, Illinois and Michigan. At larger shows, Tim likes to feature specialty collecting societies and enjoys promoting the phonograph hobby.