Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on April 7, 1977 · Page 41
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Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, April 7, 1977
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· -^"T- f V ·** ' Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, April S, 1877 CSR Section 111 P«ge 11 Sacred concert at t Ashburn church Friday Ashburn Baptist church, mvV! 83rd s t , will start its Easter celebration with a Good Friday concert at 8 30pm. The concert, "No Greater Love," by John W Peterson, is widely acclaimed for the unique manner s m which he presents the message of Christ's death, burial and resurrection. Gary L. Dykman will direct the festival choir, accompanied by strings, trumpets, french horns, flute and timpani. SoloJsti will be Julius Schmitt, 7819« S Kedvale, Pastor and Mrs. Ruth Simon, 7612 S Lawler,-and Miss Ann Fullerton, 7000 W. O'Connell dr , Chicago Ridge, James Black, Downers Grove, will be at the organ console Easter Sunday at both the 9.45 and 11 am. services, Pastor Vernon Charles Lyons will speak on "Jesus the Conqueror." Add new titles at Lawn library The festival choir, accompanied by a brass ensemble, will sing under direction of Gary L. Dykman "That Easter Day With Joy Was Bright," by David Johnson, "Now Let the Heavens Be Joyful," by John Hnstad and "Awake Though That Sleepeth," by Gary L. Dykman At 7:30 p.m. Pastor Lyons' subject will be "The Behevers's Everyday Hassle " Music will be provided by Steve and Carol Passl, 9807 S. Hamlln; Julius Schmitt, 7819 S. Kedvale, and the Mastersmgers. Students to tour Europe Robert A. Nesbitt, a teacher at 'Curie High school, who will direct a student tour in Europe in the summer is accepting applications for the trip. Nesbitt, who may be contacted at 8W-3287, said highpoints of the tour will he visits in London and Paris Nesbitt was appointed by the American Institute of Foreign Study, Greenwich, Conn., to accompany the student group Among students' from the area who are planning to participate in the program are T-teve Janco, William O'Brien, Valerie Krocker, Theresa Pompera, Diana Pauliks, Jill Pribyl, Robert Andrews, Monica Madej, Cindy Lfsak. 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