Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on April 7, 1977 · Page 3
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April 7, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 3

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Kumomiol Mrwsp.i(«·!·.. Writiwsd.il. ApiiU. I'I77 SK \ Stockover heads up s i USO center in Korea Auxiliary / sets party (·' Come f/y witfi me... -Peter Pu, the boy wto won't grow up, wUI be p»semt- ed by ibe Wit players as their uumtl sprtag proftellw at 8 p.n. April 15,2 p.m. April tt art 2 p.m. April IT at the Beverly Art ceiter, 2153 W, llltb st b this scene, Peter Pan (Krissy Lewis) teHs the children (from lett) (Patrick MuUawy, Michael (Chris Doha) and Weriy (Pat ti Uroberg) to ram* fly with me. Director Gloria Pitts has a triple cast of M players. St. Cajetan's sets hayride President Carter may not be there, but approximately 1,200 parishoners are expected to be April 16 when St. Cajetan's Catholic church, 11234 S. Artesian ave., hold its golden anm-v versary Jubilee hayride. Hayrides on norse-drawn wagons will be provided hourly from 9 a.m. through 6 p.m. (except from noon to l p.mi), then again at 7, 8 and 9 p.m. - v The event is being held in conjunction with St Cajetan's SOth anniversary celebration, with Pat Murray serving as chairman. "As far as I know, there haven't been any bayndes in the Chicago area with the exception of ours for at least four years," he said. Murray chaired committees that have held hayrides in 1972, '74 and '75. The event was not held last year. "Actually, this could be one of Chicago's last bay- rides," he mused, after admitting that this will be the last one he will chair for the area. And since this will be his last effort, Murray, special events chairman at the par- ish, decided to go all out and sent an Invitation to President Carter requesting his presence at toe hayride. Surprisingly enough, Murray received a response -but not surprisingly, Carter declined gracefully, citing other business as his reason Cor being unable to appear. For those that do attend, however, it will be reminiscent of the late 1920s and early 90s when horse-drawn vehicles were still commonplace in some parts of Chicago. According to Murray, cost for the hour-long rides will be $1.50 per person, which includes refreshments to be served at the parish hall. There will be three horse- drawn wagons, all of which were provided by Circle H. Ranch in Hickory Hills. Murray emphasized that the event is not a fund-raiser, with tickets primarily financing rental of the horses and wagons. "We'll have to sell aljeast:500 tickets just to break even," he explained. "And any profit we make will go to the St. Cajetan Golden Jubilee fund for future events " Plans call for each hay- ride to begin in the church parking lot, from where the group will head eastbound to Hoyne ave., north to 110th st., west to Bel) ave , south to 112th st. and back down Campbell to the church. Included in the sight-seeing tour will be a trip through the Ridge National Historic district and past Morgan Park Baptist church, 11024 S. Bell ave., which is celebrating its centennial year. "We'll intentionally be taking the wagon past the church as a salute," said Murray, "and Rev. (Ian) Chapman has expressed interest in having a banner on the church recognizing us as" we go by." Murray added that if all goes accordingly, a majori- Reunion Gage Park High school's class of 19S7 wOl'JioU a afc year reunion June 17. Classmates who have not been notiGed are asked to call 45S-WZ3 if they are interested in attending , OMJtKD $*UAIIE EVEBVRCEK 13 01 small (.hiitiren will be '·*ken on the morning ndes, with teens taking part in the afternoon and adults in the evening. Outdoor concerts to start My 4 The park district will present another summer of outdoor music in the parks Community concerts will begin July 4 at two South Side locations, helping to celebrate Independence day Concerts on that day will be held at i South Shore Country club park, 7059 South Shore .dr. and Wetrt- worth-Kinzie 'park, 6325 W. 6Sth st Each summer the concerts bring a-variety of music to people. Well-known bands conductors t of 'the" Chicago area present programs of popular, light classical, jazz, show tones and patriotic music to picnickers and park patrons out to enjoy summer days and music. Some programs include dancing or vocalists There are 58 of these concerts to look forward. The music for these occasions is provided by a grant from the music performance trust funds. Discussion on divorce A panel discussion on "Do Men Always Get the Short End of the Slick?" will be a feature of a meeting of the St. Barnabas Separated and Divorced Catholic group at 7:30 p.m. next Tuesday in the St. Barnabas church hall. 10134 Longwood dr. Special Purchase! Chaaibray military shin Get the newest Jook at SUPER SAVINGS! The Swiss Army shirt marches into Spring with 3 flap pockets and elbow patches. Machine-washable cotton in solid blue, khaki with bine collar or blue with khaki. Sizes S, M. L, XL but not every size in every color. For further information call Or/and Square 349-7103, Eve/green 324-WOQ. SHOP ITTTONTS OHLANO SQUARE: ISIst and Route « SHOP UYTTOWS EVERGREEN: *Stfl and WESTERN NEwspAPERflRCHIVE®.-.. Betty Slockover, a native Soulh Sider, ha*, joined the United Service OrtfanUa- , lions. Inc. (USO) as assistant executive director of the USO club in Seoul, Korea In her new three-year post at Seoul, MJii Stock- over will help administer JJSO's social, educational, 'entertainment and religious programs for the benefit of the some 40,000 American men and women in uniform stationed there. USO Seoul is one of the 100 centers around the world which USO operates for the morale and well- being of the military far from home, f a m i l y and friends Founded in 1941, USO is a non-profit, civilian organization supported by public contributions. Reared at 8443 5 Elizabeth St., Miss Stockover at tended the St. KUian's primary school and the Sacred McDaniels to address club Charles MeDamels, one of the city's leading print makers, will address a meeting of the Ridge Cam era club tonight in Ridge park fieldhouse, 96th st. and Longwood dr McDaniels will discuss the technique and -art of print making Persons interested in photography are eligible* to attend the meeting * Ik-art (Ugh school. She earned a BA decree In English hltTJlure al the College of St Francis in Joliet, and a MA m English education j[ Ohio Slat university in Columbus only projects of helping young military dependent families adjust to overseas life, and of encouraging the appreciation of racial and minority groups, as well as the world's different religious faiths. PWP meets here tonight Chicago chapter of Parents Without Partners will hold an all-city chapter night meeting at 8:15 tonight at the LUtie Village south, 5074 W Archer ave. in the Kahlm«nn^is ments coiriinttte an Lynch is co-chairman- Other chairmen are » Kf g S «T*«i Audrey . na Kill, door pn«« Kay Lynch, table prizes, Raffle prizes include |1W, afghan and small ances. ,..£. Dorit blame your age for poor bearing Chicago, HL-- A free offer of special interest to those who hear but do not understand words has been announced by Bel- tone. A non-oneratinp model of the smallest Beltone aid of its kind will be pirn absolutely free to anyone answering this advertisement. Tme. all hearing problems are not alike . . . and sonic cannot be helped. hut «iwiv ran. Semi for (hi; non-opcratinp model now. Wear it in the pri- *ac? of jour own home t« see how lim hearing heljt «n be, Ifs yours lo kwp. free. The actual aid weighs ies= than a third of «n ounce, and itV all at ear level, in one unit. These model* aw *« -*FC fapfv* ?on ·write for \mirt now. A$ain, we trpcat, ihrrr w no cost, ami ccrtainh no obligation. Thousands Have already bee* nailed, so writ* today to Dept. 2388 Belume Etedrarics Corp., 311 S. Adams TD.CZ»I BETTY STOCKOVER She taught English literature and linguistics in Chicago Suburban secondary schools for tea years- She has also conducted adult education classes and English language for migrant workers, Cuban exiles and working mothers. From 1970 to 1976, she taught English language and literature in Istanbul, Turkey, at the American Girls School in Uskudar, the D a r u s s a f a k a orphans school and the British High School for Boys Her background in intercultural teaching, social and educational programming, both in the United States and Turkey, will bring understanding to the USO pri- 9 days left to file. Let our income tax preparers help you meet the deadline. Stop by today. CHARGE IT WTTH CHARG-ALL AT EITHER STORE EVERGREEN PLAZA Moo,-Pn, 104 S*L 9-30-4JO Sun. 12-4 FORD CITY SHOPPING CENTER Next to BufftUn* - Upper Levd 7601 So GCCTO paper lace WALLCOVERING STUDIO your exclusive NATURAUZER shoe shop ana Let the sun shine in on fashion's newest low-heeled look. A bare leather sandal that says beautiful things about you! Wear it in one of many brilliant colors. Camel, nude, navy, white, green, yellow and pastel blue leather. Also black patent. 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