Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 10, 1977 · Page 16
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March 10, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 16

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16 CSH 9, 1977 Set seminar for ·r young marrieds *· Ashljlirn Baptist church, 3647 W. 83rd st, is starting a new- ministry for young marnCds and will launch the program with a mar- REy. CRAIG MASSEY nage,and family seminar at 7 30 y m Friday and at 9 30 a m Saturday Leading the seminar will be the Rev Craig Massey, author and counselor, of Des flames, who has had 18 years; of experience in mar- nagej and family counseling · Th} Rev. Mr Massey will be touching on such subjects ^as "The Formula for Lasting Love," "How to Have Genuine Success in Marriage," "Whit Are the Proper Roles of the Man and Woman to Marriage" as well as practical instruction in the rearing of children "Last year in America alone more than one million marriages ended in divorce, this is a record figure which will more than likely be broken in 1977," said the Rev. Vernon C. Lyons, senior pastor. "Society has devised its own list of rules for marriage, opposed to those found in the Bible and have proven by this figure to be more than a failure. "We are hoping through this ministry to provide young couples with scriptural and practical guidance needed to establish a lasting and enjoyable marriage " The seminar is open to married couples only where one partner is under 30. Both sessions will be followed by light refreshments and discussion. Registration is necessary by telephoning 735-6205. Economist Newspapers, Wed Amvets break mark THE EYES OF MARCH. ,, often need protection from the sun with p|oto-grey or photo-sun lenses See us today. ,F 4. · Examinations · High Fashion Frames · Contact Lenses · Speedy Repairs · Unbreakable Plastic Lenses · Prescnptions Filled Gill for an Appointment, 581-6249 UCPenney I Use your JC Penney Charge Card Ford City Store Closed Sunday Kennedy Honor society officers Mss Maybelle Ryan, sponsor of the Kennedy High school chapter of the National Ho* or society, confers with chapter officers (top to bottom) James Wojtowicx, president; Mary Beth O'Ryan, 'treasurer; Noreen Walictek, secretary, aad Joaalta Wetocek, vice president. '" Kennedy inducts 84 into honor society ,The auxiliary of West Lawn Memorial Amvets post 192, 4518 W. 63rd st, managed to achieve records in four of their continuing collection projects in February February. Three of the records were set with the help of the Senior Girls council of Hubbard High school, which collected Campbell soup labels, Betty Crocker coupons and cancelled postage stamps for the auxiliary. Twenty thousand, five hundred sixty-seven "cents off store coupons were collected, setting the 30th collection record in as many months. Coupons are sent to the Northern Wisconsin Colony and Training School for the Retarded Christopher School for the Handicapped will get 2,818 Candidates to talk tonight Aid. Roman Pucinski (41st) and Edward Hanrahan, mayoral candidates, will speak at 8 p.m. today at a meeting tf the Archer Heights Civic association, 4234 W 47th st. soup labels, with 1.632 going to the Martin Luther Home for tpe Retarded. The labels are ijsed to obtain audio-visual and" athletic equipment through the "Labels for Ed-\ ucation" plan. "* A total of 3H.Z81 cancelled postage stamps have been sent to Bethphage Mission home in Nebraska over the past 33 months, with February's portion totalling 23.041. These will aid the physlially handicapped mentally retarded. ,, The bus fund of the Gat-i den School for the Handt/ capped in Burbank will receive 2,193 Betty Crocket . coupons, making a total of, 12,273 for 13 month! , * Forty i miscellaneous .items were donated to thel Salvation Army. j The post and auxiliary: jointly held a bingo party at! , V.A. West Side hospital, «5 -* S. Damen ave; ^j' _ _ DIRECT PROM FACTORY SWC1AL DISCOUNT FOR CLEANING I REPAIRING .- (, WITH COUPON LARGE STOCK Big Sins , Mode To Order YOU NAME IT WE MAKE IT MATE'S LETHER, SMEDE 1 . taOTH SALON,INC. I 2ISOW.IMSL | 925-1973 I orBankAmiiteBd '·* 5 \ 1 I \ Eighty-four seniors and juniors have been inducted as members of the John F. Kennedy High school chapter of the National Honor society, according to Daniel J. Trahey, principal. The traditional candle- lighting induction ceremony was followed by a reception for the students, their parents, faculty members and guests Honored for high scholastic achievement were 53 seniors and 31 juniors. The seniors include Cheryl Bell, Mark Bernicky, Lawrence Coyle, Dawna Curcio, Mark DiLeonarde, Glenn DiVita, LuAnne Dudek, Karen Fonte and Connie Galvin. Also, Christine Gate, Jane Gordon, Paula Grevas, Fashion show Area 3 and 4 parks will hold a fashion show at 2 p.m. May 1 in McKinley park, 2210 W. penning rd. Symphony Orchestra Alfred Aulvvurm, Conductor SEASON 1977 SATURDAY AT 8 P.M. CONCERT AT MOTHER McAULEY LIBERAL ARTS HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM, 3737 WEST «TH ST., CHICAGO SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1977 ROBERT RUSHFORD, PRINCIPAL TRUMPETER, LYRIC OPERA OF CHICAGO SLWINSKAS, AMTOCV. CO^MKVATOSY f ACUITY uST «OUIHW£ST ORCHESTRA Single Admission: Adults $3.59 - Students $2.09 TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE AT: 'ROSS Ml SIC STORE 4865 W. 95th Street Oak Lawn 'PALOSBANK AND TRUST CO. 126th and Harlem Ave. Palos Heights 'ttlLES DRUGS 6969 W. lllth St Worth, n Also by Mail: Sowfhwtst Symphony OrchMtra 13309 Ann ShMt, MM blond, H. 40406 Cynthia Gulczynsfa, Virginia Hardesty, James Heffernan, Kathryn Heffron, Daniel Henry and Stacie Homolka. Also, Gail Hubatch, Sharon Janoso, Cheryl Jurkovic, Lisa Karpeil, Lester Kleidon, Patricia Klocek, Michelle Ksiezak, Catherine Lave, Richard Mahoney and Cindy Martini. Also, Mary McNicholas, Rosanne Milos, Cathy Mi- tiu, Joan Nawrocki, Connie Neumann, Mary Beth O'Ryan, Barbara Paulis and Philip PieczynskL Also, Patricia Polakowski, Linda Riski, Cheryl Rocca- salva, Nancy Russo, Wendy Shanahan, Catherine Siem- ieniec, Kenneth Slifka, Frances Startz, Pamela Strezo and Gail Suda Also, Anne Szott, Donald Troc, Sally Tuman, Noreen Waliczek, Juanita Wiencek, James Wojtowicz and Mary Zahlmann Juniors who were inducted include Kathleen Alberts, Mary Arundel, Cathy Ber- Pack 3475 cubs receive awards, pins Cub Scout pack 3475, sponsored by St Daniel the Prophet Holy Name society, presented several members with awards at its annual blue and gold dinner. Awards and service pins were presented to David Carey, Joseph Carone, Timothy Conlan, John Gana, Kirk Herr, Richard Jasnocha, Craig "Operzedek, John Ormond, John Ambrose, Stanley Konopacki, Tom Piez, Gene Radwanski, Edward Sliva, Raymond Vlcek, Matthew Chojnowski, William Kaminski, Jerry Karcheski and David Palmen. Also, Jeff Rudny, Jeff VanDyke, Mike Cabanski, Mark Daraba, Robert Kale, John Kapusciarcz, Gary Peplinski, Ricky Prahaski, Robert Prahaski, Bruce Sta- gowski, Mark Suhanek and Joe Szymusiak. The arrow of light was presented to Webelos Roger Witek, Jeffrey Zucek and Joseph Ardovich. Other Webelo awards and service pins went to Stephen Anderson, Kevin Coulter, Ronald Gad, William Grabon, Gregory Lochen, Chris McDennott, Gerald Thames, John VanDyke, Dennis Verdico, Roger Witek, Joseph Ardovich, Michael Czerniak, Robert Gana, Paul Konopacki, David Krasula, Edward Ma- lahiewicz, J Jeffrey Mrozek, RasseU Wajda and Jeffrey Zocek. Adult leaders receiving service pins were Bob Ward, Joe Kinsella, Lynn McDennott, Dolores Czerniak, Joan CbomawskL, Andy Thames, Bill Zucek, Jim Lochen , Madeline Catan- sW, Ron Peplinski, Joe Szymusiak, Larry Radwansti, Agnes Carey, Carole Carone and Jane Ktminski. not, Donna Bjorkiund, Barbara Block, Susan Boyko, Sharon DeDore, Debbie Doerk, JoAnn Ferguson, Jane Fox and Christm Guzlas. Also, Theresa Houlihan, Donna Hrozencik, Lynn Janulis, Tammy Johnson, Carol Kaleta, Debbie Kimminau, Pauline Korbos, Kenneth KuzeL Shari Kuzel and Angela Laverde. Also. Carol Linzmeier, Ceil McKee, Denise Mroz, Kathleen Myers, Beverly Ozark, Cheryl Piven, Susan Siska, Susan Sreniawski, Monica Tabor and Eliza- oeth Zahlmann. IN OUT FOOD LIQUOR STORE 63rd » OAK PARK (8754 West) 586-0546 OPEN 6 am to j am 7 DAYS A WEEK 99 s plus dep PEPSI COLA e B« ^.^ Diet - Pepsi Lite ^ - ^ ,, Old Style 12 oz (Throw Away) 0 hr I Boil Ham r lib American Cheese 1 ib $159 Scott Peterson Meat Loaf * . . I ib Milk 2% IcaT SALE WED. 9th to SUN 13th Take-You LI · i ^^ hoice Special half-price offer! (tog S10 lnre-pc attichmeM sat- Now $5. Save! Hoover' Upright · Deep-down cteamng and agitation ·AB-steel agitator · Rug height adjustment -Large dust bag · Edge cSeamng Hoover Celebrity ^* «_«_ * AUT HOOVR WARRANTY STATION VICTORY DISTRIBUTORS Hoover Rug and Floor Conditioner ·Shampoos carpets. ·Powerscrubs floors waxes, polishes, buffs, too · Trigger control dispenser ·94-ouncetank. · Shampoo foam generator Comptett with bfiMhM ·ndpads. ' ·17peafc HP Motor 179 YCMAHF9 ·Super-size 10-quart dust bag ·AH-steS canster ··Edge cleaning. Conpivtt) 624 W. Mid ft. m441*2 2517 W. TMi St. 7VWM01 * « 0 m I * m * ^ .n 2 14 tt * W * + * I * S DRIVE-IN BANK Open 6 Days Weekly from-8:30 MARQUETTE NATIONAL BANK 64th and W e s t e r n 7 TELLERS Always quick service SPAPLRl SPAPLRl

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