Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 24, 1977 · Page 19
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March 24, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 19

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KcoiKimis' jJc-wspapcrs. WudiU'sdjy. March 23. 1!)77 CSK Section II Page 3 :\ 50 area students on Lewis honor roll ward basketball finalists its in the Aid. William 0. Lipinski 23rd Ward Youth foundation shot basketball contest" display their trophies and ribbons won in competition. With them are (rear, from left) Kevin Ashe, Archer physical instructor and contest referee; Terry Wenta, boys program i for the foundation; finalists Geri Swann, Alma Gonzales, Di;el, Rich Zwiacek and Gary Barajas, Stan Vinkler, Archer Park shi wen boys and girls were winners in the Aid 0. Lipinski 23rd Youth foundation "hot .sketball contest" They were among the 24 finalists who survived the preliminary rounds. Winners in the following age categories are ·Ages 10 to 11,- Tom Wujcik, 5137 S iMcVicker, and Sharon Sutkowski, 6904 W 63rd pi. ·Ages 12 to 13 - Jim Regan, 5204 S. Newcastle, and Donna DiNova, 5815 W. 59th St. ·Ages 14 to 15 - Mike Litman, 5924 S. Natoma, and Geri Swann, 5307 S. Kilbourn ·Ages 16 to 17 - Rich Zwiacek, 4700 S. Kenneth. supervisor and contest fnchalrman; and William Krystyniak, the alderman's secretary. Also (middle row), Jim Regan, Marty Hepple, Bob Szarzynski, Mike Litman. Dave Walas and Dan Powers, and (front row) Tom Wujcik, Mickey Powers, Jeff LaPorte, Sharon Sutkowski, Donna Di- Nova, Frances Martz, Carol Frank and Debbie Sutkowski. Another finalist, Mike O'Leary, is not shown. Lewis university, Lockport, has announced the names of 50 area students who have achieved honor roll status. Area students on the honors list in the college of arts and sciences include Kathleen Cbarboneau, 9757 S Damen; Dorene M. Grodesky, 2149 W. 50th pi; Mark J. Ivers, 5739 S St. Louis; Dennis G. Macejak, 6104 S Mason; Frederick Talton, 11628 S. Elizabeth; Fayrene Named church youth leader Lonnie Williams has been named youth director at Hometown C h r i s t i a n church, 4340 W. 87th st He will fill the post vacated by Pastor Gary Hill, who left to enter the full time ministry at Morgan Park Christian church. Williams leads the junior program at Hometown Christian church. Held at 10:30 a.m. Sundays for children in grades one through six, the program is designed as a convenience for parents who want to worship at Hometown and have their children in church school at the same time. Johnson, 2052 W. 113th St., and Daniel B. Malone, 5212 S. Mason. Also, Michael B. Roddy, 8901 Leavitt; Bernard M Samp, 6447 S LaVergne, Maria T. Burnett, 2328 W lllth pi.; William J Cremer, 6359 S. LaVergne; James S. Czuprynski, 4806 S. LaGroose, and Mary Sue Kempton, 2833 W. 85th st. Also, David J. Naumann, 6431 LaVergne; Charles T. Zylius, 3833 W. 77th st ; Robert M. Burton, 3851 W 61st pi.; Michael J. Byrne, 8044 S. Richmond; Michael P. Cacciato, 6342 S LaPorte; Mary E Crown, 1625 W. 102nd st, and John S Hooks, 5156 S Neenah. Also, Deborah H. Krippel, 11222 S. Sawyer, John M. Locascio, 8044 S. Sacramento; Rita M. Malec, 5123 S. Winchester; Joseph G. Pet- kevicius, 6815 S. Campbell, and Laura L. Riski, 6801 W. 63rd pi. College of business honors students include Jeffery E Grybas, 3624 W 65th pi, John P Caponera, 4201 S Lowe; Sharon E Savickas, 3235 W. 65th pi., Robert P Kliver, 5329 S. Newland; David J. Doveatt, 6606 S. Rockwell; Margaret M. Murphy, 4604 W 87th st; Joseph C. Svehla, 5424 S Damen, and Bruce G. Na- wara, 4621 S. W Washtenaw. Honor students from the college of continuing education include Edward Ryan Jr., 3511 W 116th pi.; Martin A. Anderson, 7154 S. Artesian; Stephen Barnas, 6112 S Rutherford; Raymond Cruz, 7016 W. 74th pi., and Joseph Logue, 9709 S. Leavitt. Also, Louis Marrello, 8440 S. Kilbourn; Alex McCrae, 5931 S. Kenneth; Patrick J. Quaid, 8114 S Albany, Thomas Rowan, 4064 W. 115th st.; Paul S. Sobczak, 10356 S. Hamilton, and Wayne I. Thompson, 5609 S. Christiana College of nursing honor students include Carolyn McCalull, 3636 W. 85th st.; Nancy J. Mentzer, 8176 S. Tripp, Lynn E Pacholski, 6477 S Newark, Eileen M. Plunkett, 3809 W. 83rd st; Jo Ann Leahy, 8054 S Sawyer, and Karen Maureen Spans, 8355 S. Keating. Martin at San Diego Marine Pvt. Kevin J. Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs John T. Martin, 3920 W. 105th st., has completed recruit training- you can afford to look good in Pic-Way shoes SAVE 2.M ON OUR CALIFORNIA SANDAL Women's 3-bond sandal has cushioned sock, gored instep and tricot lining White, sizes 5-10 Our reg 6 97 .f\ SPRING-FRISK T-STRAPWEDG* Fashionable new 4-band sandal on |ute covered wedge with cushion sock Tan, sizes 5-10 Our reg 69 MACKAMt HANDBAG Our reg 5 97 lined macrame bog with wood rings, sale 4 OWLS'METTY SMINO MART JANE Cut outs and new wedge heel in white or black patent. 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