Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 24, 1977 · Page 9
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Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 9

Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, March 24, 1977
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Kconomlst Newspapers, Wednesday, March 23,1977 CSR Page 8 Curie corner Last semester two English 60 classes (mythology and folklore) composed of 60 juniors and students taught by Clayton Hannah decided to do a unit on the origin, composition and writing of classic fairytales. The two groups spent a day of research in the children's section of the main branch of the public library. Each student had to ana- ,,, lyze two fair tales, do a bio 1 graphical sketch of the author, write and tape with sound effects an original fairytale. Having taped 120 tales, Ix,the classes decided to give =-them to tiie Mau-Flo School -OTfor Mentally Retarded Children, Inc. 2357 E. 75th St. Students who were highly successful include Jeffrey Dygon, Therese Favis, Laurie Pranckowiak, Michelene Gojda, Sandra Gorski, Alfred Knoll, Anthony Maz- iakla, Diane McGowan, Ronald Petkunas, Michael Sluitor, Kenneth Skiech, Na, talie Swinger, and John ~ Thomas «' , Others are Joe Carmone, Dawn Folga, Donna Gamino, Robert Garcia, Paula Hozian, Anita Johnson, Kar-^.en Kupka' and Frances -^ Swiderski. *** The citywide convention of the Chicago District Student Council association ^ will be held March 29 in the j=* Curie auditorium Public S and private high school will ^ send delegates. =«· Mayor Bilandlc has pro- 1S claimed March 29 Student Council day in Chicago and has accepted an invitation to greet the delegates. For information, schools may contact Robert A. Nesbitt at 284-1700. *** Congratulations to the girls' basketball team on defeating Wells High school, advancing its record to 16 wins against six losses this year. Curie has advanced in the playoff and will play Marshall High school. Curie cheerleaders recently appeared in the Mayor Daley Cheerleading contest. Team members include Vernonica Allen, Lori Bingaman, Karen Conlisk, Carol Galloway, Therese Garza, Ann Ivansek, Ruthie Lewis, Barbara Merklein, Pam MoskaL and Cheryl Pencak. *** Mrs. Iris Schrey, chairperson, foreign language department, is still aglow over Curie students who participated in the eighth annual foreign language poetry contest. Students who participated and their categories include Tammi Bernette, Spanish I; Lynda Marek, Spanish HI; Sheri Beckford, French I; Cherly Pencak, French II;' Sharen Hart, German 1; Steven Kerlson and Steven Jance, German II; Elizabeth Wamke, German; Debra Ann Perales, Spanish I; Inez Toledo, Spanish II, and Jose Rochel, Spanish m. Faculty representatives are Irish Schrey, Beirut Sal- dukas and Shirley Crawford *** Congratulations to graduating senior Sherry Lynn Beckford, who was named as the second runnerup in the Miss Brighton Park contest. Sheri is also one of the Student aid available -- Students who need finan- -,, cial aid to go to college next ·=- fall are asked to contact Daley college, 7500 S. Pula- ,r, skird. Dr. Virginia R. Keehan, president, said, "We are participating in the Illinois State Scholarship commission's drive to inform students who need monetary awards just what is available to them, so they can attend college. "Financial aids counselors at Daley college can assist new and current students in filling out forms and applying for free dollars for college from ISSC." Other financial aids also are available. at r* :·» 1C FENCING SALE Need fencing? 50% off.* Wards chain link fabric in a range of heights, qualities. Protect your children, pels and ard while en- hanring the beaut and value of jour proper!*. Ward* chain link fencing is durable, needs little maintenance. "Sale price applies onlj when \ on buy po«ts, gates, toprail and -fittings re* quirrd for a complete residential fence at regular lov» price*. FREE ESTIMATE COUPON Mail or bring in coupon to your nearest Wards store for a free fencing estimate. Name Address. City State Best time to c*ll_ Phone number Fixing up? See us. USE WARDS CHARG-ALL CREDIT EVERGREEN PLAZA 95th Western Call 422-1500 FORD CITY Cicero and 76th Street Call 284-4890 featured players in drama coach Bob Quin's "Stardust" March 25-26. *** A tea was held in the third floor Media center March 16 to honor Curie students, PTA members, teachers, aides and community members who contributed to the joint school project, x "Spring Fashions-1977." »** Any sophomore or junior interested in being m the CWT (Cooperative Work Training) program for the next school year should see Mr. Rucker in room 344. CWT is the work program available to sophomores and juniors who will be 16 by September. CWT student programs are structured so that students can go to school half a day and work the other half. They receive two major credits for,their work experience and at least two major credits for their half school school attendance. *** Curie was well represent ed in the city's annual St Patrick's day parade in the Loop last Thursday. Ted Ted Stec presented his marching band in newly acquired uniforms. Accompanying the band were the Curie clowns, baton twilers and pom pon girls and several other performing arts maching units. ~ MEXICAN A. MA6IQ $29 Evergreen Plaza Evergreen Park'Harlem-Irving Plaza ChccagoGolf Mill Center Niles 720 Broadway Gary-Village Shopping Center Gary Southlake Mall Mernllville Hey,Wheeler! Gimme six good reasons for saving at that bank of yours. DEPOSITS INSURED TO FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Fair enough! Let's see--u| interest, on 61 , _ . a guaranteed rate--would be, my -first reason. But that's true 'in lots of banks today. How about -the fact tnat we are, a bank....not a riskyinincj likethe.stock, market, or a limited truna like a Savings-andMoarv. , Here, you can borrow -for any good purpose, and jtet lots of other services, like, checkirv^accourrts, etc. Here's a-terrific reason-. When you put a dollar into our bank, you know you'll at least cfet your dollar back- How many other investments can that promise? Ve spend tens of -Thousands of dollars each year on community activities and improvements. But it isn't charity--No sir! Vfewantto keep this a nice place to live, so we have nice people, (with nice money) to do business with. So everybody profits! 'S^OOO 00 minimum, if funds are withdrawn prior to maturity, Federal regulations require us to assess a substantial interest penalty. We're sure Convenient/ Hundreds of parking Spaces, plenty of drive-up windows, extra-lone hours... every day of -the $«£*, including Sundays! Or you can do ail your banking by mail, \? you like! And finally--this one is hard to say--well, you asked ·for reasons, didn't you?... uh...V/eH, weVe Ablush") pretty nice people to know, all 5n all. (JNow Pm embarrassed.) Ford City The 7-day Bank! 7601 South Cicero Ave./Chicago, 1L 60652 312--284-3500/Member FD1C tfSPAPFKI

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