Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on April 7, 1977 · Page 15
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April 7, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 15

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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, April 6,1977 CSK IS Curie corner Admire stop signs Mrs. Mb M, H*ssto» with her daughter, Katby, 3MI W, Bird »L, ud Rnfcert T. KeUam, endorsed Democratic can- ttUle for ·Mernuui of the IM* ward, admire MW slop thns fcelu uutsUed by George Jacobs, bureau of streets ud traffic, safety Avista, at 83rd pi. and Spatddlng ave. Auxiliary to elect officers Members of tile auxiliary to Bhine post 2729, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will meet at the post home, 5858 S. Archer ave", at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, April 14. Election of officers will be held. President Dorothy Si- hick, 5732 S. Archer ave., will preside. Mary Souders, national president, made her visit to Illinois March 19 at a lun- gheon in her honor at the Batnad O'Hare inn, Bose- tnont Rhine auxiliary members who have attended the luncheon were Dorothy Lan- iewskE, 3324 S. Normandy Plans early refirement Alice P. Franko will take an early retirement to enjoy her hobbies and to travel- Employed by Johnson and Johnson tor mote than 29 years, she worked in the mgfcal adbesives mill for her entire career. She enjoys sewing and Is a member of the Chicago Lawn Woman's Evening dub. and Helen Maruszak, senior vice president, 5824 W. 59th Curie's Performing Arts Booster club held its annual awards dinner dance April 3 at the Personality lodge west, 6649 S. Archer ave. The event honored outstanding students in the performing arts departs- ments (music, art, drama, etc.) and the outstanding students and parents in the Dist. 12 Performing Arts center program. The program included presentation of awards, musical and dramatic presentations by students and dancing for young and old for the remainder of the evening. #** Senior highlights: Graduation will be Friday, June 3, at the Arie Crown theater. Graduation luncheon wilt be Friday, May 27, at Me- Cormick place and the senior prom and dinner-dance will be Friday, May 20, at Hyatt Regency inn. »** Condolences to Jeanette Cooper, whose niece, Elizabeth Merriwether, died recently. *** Coach Doug Kopczinski has announced that Andre Harris, son of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Harris, of S Lawlet ave., has received a trophy and citation for yards gained and touchdowns scored as a member of the freshman football team. *»* Congratulations (o all the participants in the Dist. 12 vocabulary contest. All were winners in,'the area of personal development. Those who took home trophies were: First place sophomores, Wendy Wltow- ski. First place, seniors, Richard Korenchuk, and first place, junior and"sll- distrlct winner, Gloria Stachnik. ·*» The Curie scholarship committee will consist of the following staff members: Mr. Adams, Mrs. Ahem, Mrs. Cbodzko, M r. Holy, Miss Kostewa, Mr, Kuroski and Mr. PintozzL *** Juul Bartholomew, coach of the chess team is proud of his charges. After a mediocre practice season his team came alive and finished second hi its section with a 5-M record. This put the team into the playoffs against the best teams in the city. Curie won against Calumet and Cregier, but lost to Lane Tech, the eventual city champions, and Whitney Young. Members of the team are John Prus, captain; Greg Terpen, John Talley, Dave Lash, Dan N Peterson, Jim Smid, Carleton Harlss and Steve Krelson. **« Varsity baseball league- games for this month and May are Kennedy, April 11; Kelly, April 13; Gage Park, April 15; Hubbard, April 16; Undblom, April 1»; Bogan, April 20; Schurz tournament. April 25; Kennedy, May 2; Kelly, May 3; Gage Park, May 4; Hubbard, May 6; LindMom, May 8, and Bogan, May 10. *»» Donald Baumgartner's chamber chorus received a superior rating In the alt- city vocal ensemble festival last Saturday. The girls' ensemble of chamber chorus members also received a superior rating. The male ensemble and girls' chorus ensemble received excellent ratings. tit Andrew presz and Margaret Szpindos won awards for short stories in the Polish Arts club literary competition. Andrew won a third prize, Margaret an honorable mention. «*· Chairman Andrew Lumbrazo announces the ratings won by instrumental groups in the citywide high school Instrumental Ensemble Music festival at Jones Commercial High school: Superior for woodwind trio, Bernadine Campbell, Barbara Sebek and Alan Palider; woodwind duet, Bernie and Alan; excellent for string quintet, George Adams, Steve Janco, Steve Marfot and Kevin Nestle, and percussion quintet, Dave Lash, Mark BaldrlBe, Dave Hart, Tony Invergo and Steven Mttrofski, and good for violin duet, George Adams and Steve Janco. Congratulations to Diaane Mical, who was voted the office occupations outstanding student in area 12. 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