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

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 7

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, Wednesday, April C, MOT Sit l'a«« Historic quilts theme program A specialist in the art of quilling uncovers a historic study of Illinois patchwork for a program at j p.m. Thursday, April 14, at the Beverly Art center, 2153 W. lllthst. Susan Kotojeski will bring quilts from her own colkc- lion and .contemporary .examples made by the Alto Pass Quitters for a slide- talk sponsored by the Antique guild of the center. The speaker is at work on a book, "Quilts of Illinois," to be published by Southern Illinois university Press, and she has lectured about, her researchvat the Art institute. A: "At the turn of toe century, needlework was an expected parv-of female education,"-she, reported in a newspaper interview on quilt tme.-.'?::-- "Ev.en : it .the women didn't T lUce to sew, they all learned how to do it. Quilts are, therefore, multidimensional historical documents," she added. On Antique guild program - Susan Ketojeki, a specialist in tht art of Billing, will address Uw Ajiliqne gotM of the Beverly Art center, 2153 W. nith St.. at i p. pi. Thursday, April 14. She also noted that quilt patterns reflect history, !ike on pattern eaJled "'Little Giant" refers to Stephen Douglas, and another popular Illinois pattern is named "Prairie Stale" for the REFORMED EPISCOPAL CHURCH «fl«ow«v« 1873 Liturgica]. . woiduppiog with the Book oT Common Pmyer adapted from (he boyTpropoied by BidTM WOliarn Whit* Chaplain of OK Continental Congress) in 1785; maintaining an historic Episco- Evangelical.. . «tM*rviD( tUe mandate of Chiiit to preach the Gospel, its dcr- * jy tent in misajons on five continents. Two of the first five | prtridmtB of Moody, BiWe Instinite were members of its d*r- L"' Biblical. .'. ' tramntef the infallible Scriptures and preaching the message : V Oofs k¥«, redemption, and plan of reconciliation. Several , 'of iti schobtts Mpett in the preparation of the New Intema- -lionil Version Tf the BiMe. Tt Democratic, . . e3« «n Open Comrotraion. wekoming alt hdievaa; giv- «adi pwriih the light to hold its own property and he rep- « *D CoonciB, with bishops, presbyter?, and laity ' , Synod of Chicago, Reformed Episcopal Church Bishop Frankfin H, Sellers, D.D. 1617 W*»t 99th SU*«t CWcaao, IHJnol* 60643 (312) 239-2300-01 Prairie State. Kolojeshi teaches art, at Rand Lake college in Southern Illinois and has coordinated several large exhibits of quills:. Audience goers are encouraged to bring their own -quitted treasurers for a show-and-lell session after the lecture. Marge Hamel, guild president, is also requesting do- nations of art, antiques and collectibles be brought to the event for additions to the BAG auction 'block. The auction, sheeduJed for Saturday, Way: 7, at the center, supports the BAC school «f the arts. A tea reception will follow the quilt, talk. Guild members will be admitted free. The interested public is invited for a »ticket. Lunch hour class on investments A lunch hour investments class for persons who work in the Loop will be offered by Wright college starting Monday, May 16, in the brokerage firm offices of Bache-Halsey-Stuart, MO S. LaSalle st. The adult education course, open to persons 18 years of age and older regardless of educational background, will meet Mondays and Wednesdays from 12:30 to 1:20 p.m. in the board room of the firm for eight consecutive weeks. The course fee is $10. For Any Good Reason Our "Any Good RMMXI Money" policy go*t teyond the usual tank thinking for lending you money. We belim that if you think you hm* good renon for waiting to borrow money, that's probably ranon enough for us to mike ·very effort to find * way to give you a loan. We uy not to limit our ihmking on loem to jutt the usual Uringt like care. fdwol tuition, appfianew, etc., became ahnott every day someone come* up with a good teeeon for wanting *tean that we never thought of before. Like a "new wardrobe" lo*r» when you land a new job and have to dre» the pert, or a "100m birthday" loan for e ^ectal party for your great wint Tin guod i»Monr for Innrfjnp ymi mnnrr trt Trrn mrmtmin m InT m vrt jim ceil them all "Any Good Beaton Money" and tet you wfl us why you need tt We Air* our spetialwvy of lending is a Very Good Reason for you to calf or vt»t us the next time you need a loan. For any good reason at all. 1357 West 103rd Street 1140 West 103rd Street Chicago, fllinois 60643 881-2200 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporalion An introductory course for persons interested in investments, the class will covet corporate and convertible bonds, common stock options, mutual funds, U.S, government securities and tax-free municipal bonds. The Wall Street Journal will be used as a textbook. As part of a continuing "investment game" during the class, students will design and manage their own portfolio. Registration can be completed at Wright.college 3400 N. Austin ave. Joe Konrath re-elected Joe (Ty) Konrath has" been re-elected president of the Mt. Greenwood Home Owners and Improvement association and .general- chairman of the Mt Greenwood and the Southwest Cook county Boaster club. EASTER SPECIALS VOWN LIQUORS 10000 S W E S T E R N AVE CANADIAN CLUB CANADIAN WHISKY $fi98 V Quarts CUTTY SARK SCOTCH WHISKY BUDWEISER BEER '" Cans IMPORTED HARVEY'S BRISTOL CREAM SHERRY SC59 W 25 Oz. Bottle HAIGHA1G 5 STAR SCOTCH WHISKY $4. *T 98 Fifth j. BAVET BRANDY $4.98 ^" Quart FLEISCHMANNS GIN $789 f /2 Gallon GORDON'S GIN $4.29 ^T Quarts FLEISCHMANNS PREFERRED BLENDED WHISKEY $089 0 · W fc Gallon PABSTor DREWEYSeEER Case of 24-12 Oz. .Cans . INGLENOOK NAVALLE WINES O fm '9 Magnum 51.2 Oz- MILLER BEER $ H 43 6-12 Oz. I Cans CANFIELDS ALL FAVORS 4. Quarts Bottles TEN HIGH STRAIGHT WHISKEY $Q79 Q %J ! /i Gallon HIRAM WALKERS PEPPERMINT SCHNAPPS $098 V Quart ANTIQUE BOURBON WHISKEY $Q79 Q W !i Gallon SCHLITZ $ BEER Case of 24-12 Oz. Cans BLUE NUN LIEBFRAMILCH WINE 89 23 Oz Bottle $O ^ THORNES 12 YEAR OLD SCOTCH WHISKY $098 W Fifth FLORENTINO LIQUEUR $ 5 9 4/5 Quart VAT '69' SCOTCH WHISKY $Q98 Q V · Gallon ALL SALES ITEMS INCLUDE TW COOK COUNTY TAX MERCHANDISE ON SALE THRU APRIL 11th IMPORTED CANADIAN L.T.D. CANADIAN WHISKY $ 4 9 Quart MOHAWK VODKA $fi98 V Gallon OLD STYLE BEER $ Case °f 24-12 Oz Cans MARQUISAT BEAUJOLAIS VILLAGES 25 Oz. Bottle CROWN ROYAL CANADIAN WHISKY $098 W Fifth RON RICO RUM LITE OR GOLD $798 f Vi Gallon GRANT'S 8 YEAR OLD SCOTCH WHISKY $1069 * V-. Gallon Easter my's Treat Your Honey Like A Bunny With Gifts And Flowers From Bartle's Your Easter lily Headquarters Also Featuring For Easter · Azaleas ·Orchids · Tulips Corsages Hyacinths Center Pieces Boutonniers Arrangements Mums We Carry A Complete Line of Famous Giftware Including Hummel Figurines · Music Boxes Lladro Figurines · Hallmark Cards 1 · Melba Ware Leather Harnessed Ceramic Horses FREE DELIVERY in immediate vicinity of orders $10.00 and over. All delivery orders must be in by Saturday 10 A.M, April 9th, 1977 Place F.T.R Orders Early For Complete Selection, FLOWERS by BARTLE 12755 S. Western Ave. 385-3540

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