Southtown Economist from Chicago, Illinois on April 20, 1958 · Page 30
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FACE 4 K 8er. 1 Sunday, April 20, 1058 ECONOMIST Plan f Melody Of §pring* Pupils Help Spark Drive To Clean-Up Campaigns by school children to spark-up community intere.s in the 46th annual city wide Clean-Up, Paint-Up, Light-Up Plant-Up program will be conducted in Southi»ide schools from April 21 to April 28. Chicago's program to make this the cleanest city in America starts today and extend* through May 3. This year's official slogan, *'For Better Living. Keep Chi- eago Clean!" was written by Mygnon Sims, 11. of 3347 S. Wallace si. The slogan will appear on an estimated 10,000 posters that will be displayed by merchants. Students and schools will receive achievement awards for their work in the campaign at t) luncheon June 5 in the Grand Ballroom of the Sherman Hotel. Campaign programs planned by the schools are: Clean-Up parade, April 25 at Betsy Ross Elementary. 6059 S. Wabash ave.; a march around the school with Clean-Up tools and posters, April 24 at Oglesby Elementary. 7646 S. Green st. and a parade with costumed children at Adlai E. Stevenson Elementary, 8010 S. Ko?tner ave. on April 24. Parker elementary, 6800 S. Stewart ave.. will begin its Entertainment will be provided j house. 1440 \y_ 94th s 't. The en- Clean-Up_ campaign activities by Dawn Schmidt and Richard tire program, including skits. marching drill, magic acts, a kitchen band and puppet show. Planning the "Melody of Spring" motif for St. Cajetan Woman's club's annual Spring luncheon. Tuesday. April 29. are program committee members, (seated): Mrs. Joseph Gioeole. 2236 W. 115th st.. co-chairman. Standing are. left to right: .Mrs. Kdward Sproules. 10707 S. Campbell ave.. hostess: Irs. Joseph lloessler. 10733 S. Maplewood ave.. ticket chairman, and Mrs. J. T. Fit/- gerald. 11355 S. Lothair ave.. hostess. "Melody () f Spring" theme will! nhance the annual Spring St. Mathew's To Hold mcheon of St. Cajetan Woman's JI oe Oeaill Social. May 1 ub Tuesday. April 29. at 12:30 j ^ub Scout pack 3613, spon- .m. in the main dining room of ic South Shore Country club. "1st st. and South Shore dr. sored by St. Mathew's Lutheran church, will hold its annual Ice Cream Social at 7:30 p.m.. Thurs- · day. May 1 in Foster park field- v,'ith a Clean-Up A s s e m b J y j Thursday afternoon. April 24. Co-chairmen of the assembly are Lou Ann Cricks, 336 W. 69th St.. end Ronald Turner. 6600 S. Yale fi'vC. The assembly winning speeche will feature ·s on "The Role of Picknickers in Clean-Up" by Carl Ragland. 6823 S. Lafayette St.: Cynthia Smith. 429 W. 66th St.. and Gary Warutian. 4!9 W. 66th st. Stadelrnan. vocalists, who will present a medley '·Musically Yours.'' Co-chairmen of the luncheon are Mrs. Perry Arnoid : 11435 S. Campbell ave., and Mrs. Joseph Altar Guild At St. Denis Plans Party Women of the St. Denis Altar guild will sponsor "Hearts and flowers.'' a card and garnet. 3arty. in the school hall. 3501 W. 83rd st., April 25. at 8 p.m. Decor for the party, which about 1,000 are expected to at- end. w i l l feature a Springtime herne. Co-chairmen will be Mrs Rudy Zordani, 3506 W. 84th si. and Mrs. Charles Connelly: 3822 W. «!st st. Women heading the various onimittees are Airs. Robert Dur;in. 34] 1 W. 84th st.: Mrs. John {nytych. 3457 W. 84th pU^lrs. Thomas Lbrden, 3436 W$JB4th t.: Mrs. John Deegan. 3500 W. :4th st.: Mrs. Russell Dunne, 701 "W. 85th st.; Mrs. Thomas lurphy. 3618 W. 82nd pi.; Mrs. Villiam Felvey, 3542 W. 84th st.: Irs. Charles Connor, 3300 W. 4th pi., and Mrs. John Janeff. 925 S. Trumbull ave. Also. Mrs. John Merker, 3904 W. 81st pi.; Mrs. Albert Agresio, 3818 W. 81st st.: Mrs. Joseph Lazda. 3805 W. 80th pi; Mrs. Fred Braasch. 3501 W. 84th st.: Mrs. Charles Lavelle, 3747 W. 80th st.; Mrs. Raymond Pomper, 8040 S. Sawyer ave.: Mrs. Edward Zitek. 3721 W. 85th pi.: Mrs. Paul Mattel, 8137 S. Spaulding ave.: Mrs. J o h n Keiran. 7948 S. Homan ave.: Mrs. Robert McDorman, 3511 W. 85th st.: Mrs. Walter Olsen, 3852 W. 81st st.. and-Mrs. H. Donegan. \ 3712 W. 85th pi. Mrs. Louis Hayes. H72K W . j 85th p!.. is president of the guild.! Chocole. 2236 W. 115ih Mrs. Beverly Bank Open? Wing: For Motorist Bevlane, newly opened motor bank of the Beverly Bank. 1357 \V. 103rd St.. welcomed its first "depositors on wheels" April 17. Hours that the new four-windowed motor bank wing are open have been extended well beyond regular banking hours. The wing opens at 8 a.m. and closes at 6 p.m. on four days of the week. Monday. Tuesday. Thursday and Friday. Wednesday hours are from 8 a.m. to 12 noon, and Saturday hours 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. On a test day. April 5. 726 cars passed through the drive-in lanes, or two a minute. Through elimination of need for passbooks for savings accounts, service has also been expanded. Work on the main building will be continued for another month before it can be opened for bank service. At that time the staff will be moved into the new section and the present bank closed for remodeling. Bank officers are to speak at a meeting of the North Side Bankers association April 21. telling them of the new Beverly bank plan which eliminates passbooks. Lawrence A. Beaudin. 10858 S. Fairfield ave.. is president of the club. Assisting vdth arrangements for the luncheon program are: Mrs. Raleigh Kean. 2547 W. 109th st.: Mrs. P. J. Giacinti. 2529 W. 110th pi.: Mrs. Joseph Hoessler. 10753 S. Maplewood ave.: Mrs. John J. Moore,' 10930 S. Artesian a\ r e.; Mrs. Albert Patten. 10755 S. Longwood dr. Also. Mrs. Harold Pietsch, 10849 S. Fairfield ave.: Mrs. W. H. Smith. 11239 S. Artesian ave.:| Mrs. Harry Flanigan. 11349 S. Talman ave.; Mrs. Harry Bell, j 2507 W. 114th st.: Mrs. Paul Welchans. 10937 S. Talman ave.: Mrs. Joseph Kalafut. H428 S. IN SHOW CAST will be put on by the scouts. Betty Obert, daughter of Mr. Tickets may be obtained by j and Mrs. Michael Obert. 729 W. calling Mrs. Mary Smith at 71st st.. appeared in the Carthage HUcison 3-6508 or Cubmaster college all-girl show -Ticket Frank Gohr. 8005 S. Morgan st.. at TRiangle 4-0845. Proceeds from the event will be used to buy a new tepee i'or the pack. Stevenson P-TA To Show Home-Sewn Fashions "Mothers Can Be Creative" !;· the topic of the next Adlai E. Stevenson P-TA meeting Thursday. April 24, at 1 p.m. in the school. 8010 S. Kostner ave. Mrs. William Pietiv.ak. 4612 W, 83rd st., home and family chairman, will present the Mother's Fash- on show. Mothers and children will model home-sewn fashions. Jack Greenstein. faculty advisor to the .student council, w i l l speak to the parents and present he student council members in a program. Participating in the irogram are: Patrick Haney, 207-7A. A.M., president: Louis Gagner. 207-8B, A.M.. vice president: Fred Vogel. 208-6A, P.M.. ^resident: Pamela Brown, 210- A, vice president; Donna Dnsch, J 05 P-5A, P.M., secretary, and mda Stepak, 204A-A. the 'oungest member of the student ·ouncil. ouncil. Mothers of fifth grade mpils will serve as hostesses. The following officers were lected at the last meeting: Mrs. Ralph Heckendorf. 8100 S. Kol- ivar ave., president; Mrs. Ernest. Hanson, 7H14 S. Kedvale ave. llr;:t vice-president; Mrs. William Klcrnens, 8363 S. Kenton ave. second vice president; Mrs. Matthew Kampf, 4001 W. 82nd pi. third vice president; Mrs. Charlet Miller. 8110 S. Kildare ave... recording secretary, ;md Mrs Oliver Amundsen, 8000 S. Kildare ave., corresponding secretary. Also. Mrs. Harry Kredrichs 4529 W. 79th pi., treasurer: Mrs Ernest Hansen and Mrs. Robert Sorensen, 8158 S. Kilbourn ave.. delegates to the I.C.P.T. convention along with Mrs. Arthut Ackerson. 7835 S. Knox ave., president; Mrs. Ralph Heckendorf, first vice president, and Mrs. Abe Greenhouse, 4518 W. ;!4th pi., legislation champion. BAND MEMBER Carol Teune. 7318 S. Morgan t., is a member of the Wheaton college concert band which recently took its annvial Spring concert tour. Miss Teune, a sophomore at Wheaton, is major- ng in physical education. ASPHALT DRIVEWAYS ,j v v ^ L--^ Give your children a clean, dry, SAFE place to play--a neat, smooth surface to keep mud, dirt and grit out of your home. Easy to keep clean, easy to shovel in the winter. ASPHALT DRIVEWAYS are your best buy! Call Us for FREE ESTIMATE. 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