Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on April 7, 1977 · Page 13
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Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 13

Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, April 7, 1977
Page 13
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r Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, April 6,1977 r Bogan hi-lites Began High school will bold a metric seminar for parents at 10 a.m. next Wednesday in the social room. Theme of the program is "To Learn the Languaage and Think in Metric." The workshop has been coordinated by Mrs. Catherine McGnan, assistant prin cipal, and features both (acuity and students using the linear and volume measure- ments in metric. «* Robert Alfich is winner of an American Can company scholarship, valued at $1,000 a year and renewable for four years Bob will attend the University of Illinois in Urban- Champaign. He will enroll in the college of engineering and will major in civil engineering Bogan's junior prom will be held the evening of Friday, Apnl 15, from 7:30 to 11-30 at the Garden of Eden, 103rd and Roberts rd. Baintree will provide the music for dancing. ·*» The Key club will honor student leaders at an annual leadership luncheon April 13 in the social room. The club has received a $250 contribution from the Bogan Fathers' club in recognition for fine service to the school and community. Mike Starlnleri is the 1977-78 president, and Greg Guest Is vice president *»» The German National Honor society Delta Epsilo Phio, or Deutsche Ehre- neuer-bfndug, will hold its annual induction April 14 at 9 a.m. in the social room. Seventeen students will be inducted. A short cultural program will be followed by reftwh- menls. *·» Chicago Lawn library Is hosting an exUbU of Boon student'^ art work ills month. Davidson, teacher to the art department, is exhibiting five of his paintings to the Chicago State university art gallery. Sef ear/y goals: Tilmon Jin mum, Newscenter Five weatherman aid alifiaes capttii, signs an autograph tor KevdaU Bradbury, Inttan ffigh MbwTs swfmnlBg naraihM duunpiw. lUmw, speak- S before InUa students, said every sttfcnt tn the auditorium c«iH do what he does more If they »l their jjaab early li Hfe (Ptoto by Ken Masson) I more If they set Bonanza fund raiser at St. Daniel St. Daniel the Prophet school Parents club will bold a bononza weekend fund raiser Saturday and Sunday, April 16-17, in the parish and school halls, 53rd st. and Natoroa ave. The event will begin at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, and at 1 p.m. Sunday. The school ball will feature game and chance booths for children and adults A snack bar will be available for pop and hot dogs. The parish hall will be open to adults only, and will feature a casino and lounge. Sunday, at 7 p.m., there wffi be a drawing for a bo- nonza cash giveaway of $1,200. First prize will be $1,000, and second and third prizes wfl] be »oe each. James Hose, 5852 S, Natoma ave., Is chairman of the event Charles Wallers, 5343 S. Natchez ave., is co-chairman. Sister Mary Timothy Began is principal. ·Call 586-8800 Ask tor an Ad-TaKer lotaHMKooMprocrturos ·ru MR MOM 3200 tan dwk IM mort cfconoer pwcftisetf iriw 10 Huron a. 1977 1 Gran Prix Electronics is recalling certain Gran Pnx model 3200 tape deck and record changers purchased prior to March 23, 1977 at Save on Rawllngs- Regent and Wilson baseball gloves A possible defect in manufacture may have occurred in certain of these models which could result in 30 etectrical shock __ 2 To determine if you have purchased a Gran Pnx model 3200 tape deck and record changer, please unplug the unit and examine the back of your unit in your model, to the right of center where the model number is located The mode) 3200 tape feck and record changer purchased pnor to March 23, 1977 is trie only model affected by this recall action. 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