Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 24, 1977 · Page 13
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March 24, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 13

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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, March 23,1977 CSK Page 13 Cadettes earn Marion award J-ongwood has 3 art finalists Sister'GUmary is the chairman of the art department at the Academy of Our Eady, which had three blue ribbon finalists in the annual Scholastic Art Awards program con- ducted by "Scholastic Magazines" to encourage student achievement in creative art. The finalists' entries will be forwarded to New York for national judging. hree Long wood students ffinalists in art competition Three Academy of Our Lady students have been named finalists in the Scholastic Art Awards program, sponsored by "Scholastic Magazine." Their entries will be forwarded to New York for na- i #1 4TH Annual INTERNATIONAL SATURDAY I SUNDAY March 26-27 Prizes Awards For · DOGS -CATS · BIRDS Enter Your Pet Now! , PHONE: 1869-0500 First Prize. A Pedigree I Dog of your choice. ·PETTING ZOO-PONY RIDES ·ELEPHANT CAMEL RIDES Animal P*t Exhibits GalO'r Exciting Staqe Show!!! Children under 10 P r i c e DOCKS Open 12 Noon-" ^AMPHITHEATRE EJB y% HAlSTtD * 4Znd ST. fcj tional judging in the competition intended to encourage student achievement in creative art. Finalists from the school, 1309 W. 95th st, are ..Karen Dawson, Valerie Emery and Ten Crawford. Dawson created an abstract composition with eight enamel shapes arranged in relief on mahogany. Crawford was honored for a ceramic jar. Emery used a different method to produce her prize-winning enamel profile in relief tm mahogany. Five gold key winning entries were made by senior Kim Bryson,. juniors Janice Marshall and Wendy Smith; and sophomores Terri Holmes and Rachel Rodri- .guez. Bryson made a" print in blues and violets with natural leaves, leaves. Mar- Thorn McAn Hard Working Leather f I* Men's genuine leather boot for work or play. Check these features: · Full grain leather upper · Oil resistant lug sole · Cushion insole Special price good thru March 26,1977 These popular styles available at regular prices: Land Rot er-Golden brown leather uppers and an oil resistant sole A hard working boot w iih a cushioned insole for extra comfort S19.99 The Ntvy Oxford - Asmooih.slcck dress shoe on the outside and a rugged »ork shoe on the inside Oil resistant sole and a cushion insole S22.99 , Tube Athletic Sox 3pairfor $ 3.35 80% cotlcm 20% stretch nj Jon These stores only: Chicago, 5035 S. Cicero Ave. Chicago, 10747 S.HalstedSt shall's pastel butterfly, a delicate creation of yellows, oranges and browns, was reflected in a pool. A scene with a barefoot girl standing against the background of a poor Appalachian dwelling was realistically done in pastel by Smith. After cutting, sanding and polishing gold, Rodriguez produced a necklace as a setting for a turquoise stone. Holmes molded a ceramic pot with a decorative rim of coiled spirals. Eight Academy students were awarded "Certificates - of Merit" in the competition. Seniors Marida Byrd and Michele Parker- and sophomores Leslie Ewing and Regina Tucker chose pastel as their medium for drawing. Byrd's sketch portrayed a little boy's tear-stained face with subtle blending of light and shadow. Parker's subject was a woman selling bananas. ' Ewing created an unusual drawing of a monkey through the use of varying values of browns and blacks. Juniors Karen Dargans and Janice Marshall portrayed nature scenes in watercolor. Marshall painted a forest scene with autumn leaves of varying shades of yellow, orange and brown contrasting with blue and violet. Dargans' subject was a white-crested bird with a bright orange bill perched on a rock set against a deep blue wash. Nine Cadettes from St. Christina received the Marion award in a Girl Scout Sunday program at Holy Name cathedral. The award is the highest Catholic award in scouting. Eight grade girls who received the award are Colleen Mulcahy, Helen Brown, Mary Bilotti, Judy Dragoo, Karen Ferguson, Kathy Hansen, Susan Paliakas, Nancy Segwich and Laura Stang. Scouts from Bethel United Methodist church were guests of the Rev. John Park and the congregation on Girl Scout Sunday. Leaders of troop 1573 and 1762 were present to watch the flag ceremony and give thanks for the support given them and their girls by the church. Junior troop 420 is attending a series of badge workshops at the Aisip-Merrion- ette Park library. Junior troop 1388B is busy making bread dough molds an^ 1 painting them. They also helped sort the neighborhood cookie orders. Junior troop 455, Brownie troops 439 and 1586, and Cadette troop 1555 from St. Christina, accompanied by their leaders, attended the Shrine circus at Medinah temple. Troops 455, 439 and 1555 tourecTthe Museum of Sci- Colson to be Lyons' guest on TV special The Rev. Vemon Lyons, senior paster of Ashburn Baptist church, 3647 W. 83rd St., will host a one-hour special New Life telecast next Tuesday from 7 to 8 p.m. on WSNS-TV, Channel 44. ence and Industry. Brownie troop 1308 of Queen of Martyrs toured the McDonald's on Kedzie, receiving a free lunch. Brownie troop 364 and leaders Rose Eichberger and Jean Lewis went to Drury Lane theater to see the production of Jack and the Beanstalk. Troops from Queen of Martyrs celebrated Girl Scout Sunday by attending mass with members of the Altar and Rosary sodality. The Mt. Greenwood Neighborhood Girl Scout association has new officers for the next two years. They are Barbara Boltz, chairman; Anna Schinnick, vice chairman; Audrey Bergthold, treasurer; Je- rylnn Van Schaik, secretary and Rose Eichberger, publicity chairman. Retiring officers are Clara Johnson, vice chairman and Nancy Kamalick, secretary and publicity writer. The association will hold its annual roller skating party April 18 at Oak Lawn rink. Bilandic attends dinner Mayor Bilandic is greeted at the 14th ward Polish Democratic club's annual appreciation dinner by Aid. Edward M. Burke and Marty Lacny, club president. Bilandic thanked the club for its endorsement of him in the mayoral primary April 19. PLASTIC SLIP COVERS Factory To You. Custom Fitted Plastic Cover to 8 auge As Low As s*» $16.50 is $12.50 also available 8 10 12 Gauge Permaclear Vinyl Pastel color see thru tints separate cushions, double lock stitch seams Delivered and Installed Samples brought to home day or evenn G Call M« Putt* 778-5066 REV. VERNON LYONS Scheduled to appear with Pastor Lyons is Charles Colson, former special counsel for President Nixon and so-called "hatchet-man" of the Watergate era. Dura Fab · Cloth Slipcovers START INDOOR PLANTING NOW! Peat Pots, Kubes Jiffy 7's Belgin Begonias -- Huge Healthy Bulbs. Potting Mixes -- Vermiculite, Perlite, Sand, Rice Hulls. Peat Pots-- Jiffy 7's-- KYS Kubes Gro-Lights Fixtures Gro-Quick Soil Heating Cables Flats. Organic Garden Products. Clay Pots Saucers. VEGETABLE HERB SEEDS ARE IN! Rental - Rotilier Power Rakes Fertilizer Spreaders LAKE COOK FARM GARDEN STORES 6730 SOUTH ST. (NEXT tO tOCK ISLAND DEPOT) ("l Bloth fail ol Oat. Po-k) 532-4723 Hoover Service Clinic and Our complete service check price. includes elecmcal system and movable pans check bell, brushes, disposable bag, and bulb replacement filter system cleaning, agitator checking and cleaning, and bearings lubrication New parts extra Friday. March 25th 6 to 9 p m Saturday. March 26th 11 a.m to6 p m Sunday. March 2?th 12 to 4 p m 37.77 Hoover Slimline Canister Vacuum- Features a 1 1 /8 HP motor and edge cleaning suction Attachments included 49.77 Hoover Upright Vacuum Features lour position rug adjustment and edge cleaning suction channel Beats as it sweeps as it deans Sale prices good through Sunday, March 27th ^Venture OAKBBOOK TERRACE SutHrrfield f) 22nd MATTESON Hwv 3D 6 CH.-WO OAK LAWN 95lh Crawford CALUMET CITY 159 Torrence River O»fc» W MOUNT PROSPECT Elmhurst Rd (Rt 83) Dempster MOT JUST MOTHER DISCOUNT STORE EWSFAFLR

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