Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on April 14, 1977 · Page 12
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April 14, 1977

Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 12

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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, April 13,1977 Burke aids vets project Aid. Edward M. Burke (14th) presents a handle of reusable clothes to Ralph Stelnmeier (left), president of Paralyzed Veterans of American, Vanghan chapter, and Ron Ross, PVA development director, to Wckoff the first PVA- city cleanup drive to be held conccnrrently with the city's annual cleanup week, April 22-May 2. The goal of the PVA drive is to collect unwanted, reusable and quality household items and clothing to stock PVA thrift stores. Doll exhibit at Wrightwood "Look, there's Shirley Temple!;" "Who was Amelia Bloomer?;" "That's my doll!" are some of the comments heard in front of the current display in the windows of Wrightwood library, 2519 W. 79th st. The reason for the excitement is an exhibit of 38 dressed paper dolls, 18 inches high, that represent important women in American history. The dolls were the bicentennial project of Girl Scout troop 466 from Ashburn Lutheran church. The girls chose the women to be represented, did the research for the information and dressed each doll in the appropriate costume. The dolls were exhibited last year by the Scouts at the Girl Scouts of Chicago Expo at the International Amphitheater. Since then, they have been "on tour," having been shown at the Ford City shopping center and the Civic center. This is the first time they have been shown in the immediate home neighborhood of the troop. The exhibit will continue through April. And it will be the last chance to see the complete set of dolls. According to the Girl Scout leaders, Helen Nenne and Diaone Yucaites, the exhibit will be broken up and the dolls returned to their creators. Sylvia Arroyo is re-elected PTA president Mrs. Sylvia Arroyo, 6326 S. Knox ave., has been reelected to a second term as president of the Grimes- Fleming PTA. Mrs. Karen Wilscher, 6341 S. Long ave., was re-elected vice president. Elected with Mrs. Arroyo and Mrs. Wilscher were Mrs. Anne Rose Auersch, 6410 S. LaCrosse ave., recording secretary; Mrs. Joann Glennon, 6414 S. Lorel ave., corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Arelen Gronwold, 6344 S. LaPorte ave., treasurer. The officers will be installed at a meeting in June. The PTA in cooperation with Mrs. Anna Osborne, teacher-librarian, is planning a Children's Book fair for Wednesday, April 13, at Fleming school, 4918 W 64th st., and Thursday, April 14, at Grimes school, 5450 W. 64th pi. Hours both days will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Ms. Jean Nelson from Stretch and Sew, 40 W. 74th st., Western Springs, will appear before the PTA at 1 p.m. Thursday, April 21, in a demonstration on how to use the sewing machine. Name metric winners Dr. Joseph J. Zbornik, eur school, third place. Dist. 12 superintendent, has Some 21 sixh grade students in the district took the 40-question test prepared and administered by Mrs. Clare Stadler, Dist. 15 coordinator of instruction sen-- ices. The students, who also won a preliminary contest in their respective schools, were awarded certificates announced the names of the three top winners in a district metric math contest March 25 at Sawyer school, 5248 S. Sawyer ave. Winners were Christopher Pieszymski, Kinzie school, first place: Beth Strock. Blair school, second place, and Karen Anderson. Past- of merit for achievement. WE GM CLEAN YOUK HOME CHEMICALLY AT AMAZING NEW PROCESS \\c pKi} on our cvclmhc chemical and rinse a».n ihc dirt with cold water. 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