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   Southeast Economist (Newspaper) - November 30, 1939, Chicago, Illinois                                SOUTHEAST ECONOMIST, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1939 Name 10 Judges For Essay Meet About America Civitan Clubs' Competition Includes 100 Prizes for Students. League Head Ten prominent Chicagoans have been named to serve as judges in the "Rediscovering America" Co- lumbus day essay contest, held un- der the auspices of the Civitan Clubs of Chicago. List Judges. The list of judges includes Dr William H. Johnson, superintendent of the Chicago public schools: Oscar G. Mayer, president of the Chicago Association of Commerce; Mary Mc- Enerney. secretary-treasurer, Bind- ery Women's local No. 30, and Cook country commissioner: Noble J. Puf- fer, superintendent of the Cook county public schools, and William J, Collins, commander of the Cook i county American Legion. Other judges of the contest will be Judge John V. McCormick, Municipal court jurist: Rev. Harold j M. Kingsley. pastor of the Church of the Good Shepherd: Rev. Stan- ley C. St-oga, assistant superinten- dent of schools. Catholic Archdio- cese of Chicago; Mrs. Laura Hughes Lunce. program chairman. Woman's City club, and Mrs. Hugo M. Friend, membership Association First Prize S100. One hundred prizes, including a firs: prLze of SIOO. 7.111 be awarded to high school students who submit essays telling what Colum- bus, if he returned today, would find in America to convince him that it is a good place in which to live. Deadline for entries is tomorrow. Essays should be sent to Don C. Rogers, general chairman, Civitan Essay contest, Room 210, 228 N. La Salle st. WOMAN'S CLUB TO HOLD CHEER PARTY Proceeds Will Benefit Sisters of St. Domtnic MofTettPholo Mrs. W. E. Guinea. 8130 Calumet ave.. is the financial secretary of the Park Shore Welfare league will hold its monthly lunch- eon meeting: and Christmas party next Monday at p.m. in the Shoreland 5454 South Shore dr. Mrs. Chris Rasmussen, 7746 Es- sex ave., is president of the league. Next Thursday evening the St. Laurence Woman's club will hold a Christmas cheer party in the school auditorium, 72nd st. and Dorchester ave. Proceeds will be used for the benefit of the Sisters of St. Dominic. Mrs. Walter F. Hickey is chair- man and Mrs. James Ryan is co- chairman of the party. Assisting them are Mrs. Richard B. O'Keefe, Mrs. Prank Carter, Mrs. C. Joseph Grindel, Mrs. Frank Kennedy, Mrs. Bert J. Bouterse, Mrs. William Buckley, Mrs. Lewis Lenski, Mrs. John McSherry and Mrs. William J. Baader. Others on the committee are Mrs. John Schmagner, Mrs. Edward De- Hoff, Mrs. Thomas Feeney, Mrs. John Gustin, Mrs. Thomas How- land, Mrs. Richard Landry, Mrs. Leo J. Martin, Mrs. John Mayer, Mrs. Ray Pendleton, Mrs. Edward Talbot, Mrs. James Connors, Mrs. Hugh Condo, Mrs. Eugene Seligman, Mrs. Joseph Walsh, Mrs. Robert Mitchell, Mrs. F. J. McCabe, Mrs. Leo J. O'Brien, Mrs. William Martin, Mrs. Martin Stadler, Helen McCarthy and Mary Schultz. Mrs. Frank Kreuz is president of the club. Book-Night Being Held by Warner Brothers Grove Book-Night, now in progress at Warner Brothers' Grove theater, 76th st. and Cottage Grove ave.. brings a complete, modern 15-volume home reference library within reach of every family. Volume one is available every day until next Monday as a special in- troductory offer. Succeeding volumes will be available on regular Book- Night every Tuesday and Wednes- day. The Standard American Encyclo- pedia has been chosen for this offer and, according to Warner Brothers, an important feature of the set is its up-to-date information. "With each new printing of each new company officials said, "changes are made by a staff of editorial experts recording new facts about world affairs, famous people, scientific discoveries, adding information to assure a truly up-to- the-minute, authoritative reference work." Hospital Auxiliary Will Hold Christmas Tea Party Next Wednesday from 2 to 5 p.m. the Woman's auxiliary to the Wood- lawn hospital will hold a Christmas tea in the home of Mrs. W. G. Gou- wens, 6027 University ave. The pro- gram will consist of selections by the Sylvan trio, accompanied by Mrs. O. H. Wright, Mrs. C. W. McDowell is in charge of arrangements for the tea to which the staff and employes of the hos- pital have been invited. Hyde Park High School Choir to Give Concert VETS TO PRESENT FLAG TO LIBRARY Ceremony Will Take Place To- morrow Evening As the gift of Woodlawn post No. 175, American Legion, a silk Ameri- can flag will be presented to the new Woodlawn branch library, 6247 Kimbark ave., tomorrow at 8 p.m. The flag will be dedicated with appropriate ceremonies by the color guard of the post Sol Wolf, 6117 Woodlawn ave., sergeant-at- arms, in charge. David H. Davis, 4742 Ellis ave.. senior vice-com- mander and Americanism chairman, will make the presentation, while Carl B. Roden. librarian of the Chi- cago Public library, will receive it in the name of the Woodlawn Branch library. Others on the program will be Al V. Piquerney, commander; Julia Baker, branch librarian, and leaders of various Woodlawn civic organi- zations. Aquinas Library Club Fleets Its New Officers Elections of officers of the library club of Aquinas Dominican high school, 72nd st. and Clyde ave., re- sulted in Peggy Cramer winning the presidency; Ethel Wargos, the vice- presidency and treasureship; Peggy Brouillette, the secretaryship and Virginia Markey, the social chari- matiship. A review of three books will take place at a meeting to be held to- morrow. Peggy Cramer will re- port on "Tree of Nancy Rogers on "A Flower for Sign" and Mary Wolfe on "Reaching for the Stars." The meeting will conclude with a tea at which the history teachers will be guests. Sculptures of Mankind to Be Subject of Tour Malvina Hoffman's famous sculp- tures of types of mankind the world over will be featured during De- cember in the Sunday afternoon lecture-tours at Field Museum of Natural History, conducted by Paul G. Dalhvig. the layman lecturer. "The Parade of the Races" is Mr. Dallwig's title, and he will take his hearers on an imaginary trip around the world, illustrated by the sculp- tures. The lecture tour begins promptly at 2 p.m. Reservations must be made in advance by mail or telephone. Rosary College Sponsors Irish History Lectures Seventh in a current series of lectures on Irish history.and culture being sponsored by Rosary college of River Forest, HI., will be held next Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Fine Arts building, 410 S. Michigan ave. Mary Honora Scanlan, instructor in Irish language, literature and his- tory at the college, will talk on "The Norman Conquest." Boy Scout Troop to Give Flag to Avalon Church Boy Scout troop No. 776, spon- sored by the Avalon Park Commu- nity church, 81st st. and Dante ave., will present the church with a flag at formal ceremonies Sunday eve- ning. The troop, one of two sponsored by the church, has just returned from an overnight hike to Camp Harrison, one of a monthly series of hikes. Hyde Park high school's a capella choir will present a concert Friday evening, December 8, in the South Shore Comumnity church, 74th st. and Yates ave. The program will consist of solos by members of the choir and choruses by the entire choir. Mrs. Josephine Lee is the choir director. ANNUAL BAZAAR. This afternoon from 1 to 8 p.m. the Ladies' aid society of the South- lawn Community church, 86th st. und Cregier ave., will hold its an- nual bazaar and dinner in the church. Dinner will be served from ft to 7 o'clock. BENEFIT CARD PARTY. Mrs. Isabelle F. Johnston, newly- installed worthy matron of Windsor- chapter. Order of the Eastern Star, is in charge of a benefit card party to be held this evening in the Wind- sor Park Masonic temple. 75th st. and Coles ave. DENTISTS DR. STEKETEE DR. NAUSCEDA DR. MADGE REDUCED PRICES to conform with reduced pricci ol commodities end service! 47th and South Parkway Entrance 412 47th St. Up OBI Flight To Your Right ALSO 3457 S. STATE ST. OPEN EVES. TILL Wanted: Rotund Gentlemen for Role of 'Santa' State Employment Office Seek 'Right Type' Men for Jobs. Applicants need not bring their own reindeer, but gentlemen of rotund build, ruddy complexion and jovial expression, in other words, those who might be mis- taken for Santa Claus, come Christ- mas time, are invited to head for the closest office of the Illinois State Employment Service where he will be offered a job that will pay him to a week. Need Kris Kringles. Chicago stores, charitable organ- izations and community chambers of Commerce have already put in calls for men to act the part of Kris Kringle, according to an an- nouncement from the state employ- ment service. The jobs will last approximately until Christmas eve. Men of exactly the right type, who are willing to work the long hours required are scarce, the an- nouncement says. The right type for the job, it says, is round, ruddy and jolly, in good health and phys- ically able to stand on his feet all day. He must be used to children and accustomed to dealing with the public. He must be able to keep his good nature no matter how many kids pull his whiskers to see if they are real and he must be able to handle diplomatically the youngsters who give him a calling down for bringing shoes and a cap last year instead of the skates and sled that were ordered. Offices to Contact. South siders who are interested in taking the role should go to the employment office at either 453 W. 63rd st., 6760 Stony Island ave., 10807 Michigan ave., or 8657 Com- mercial ave., depending on which one is closest to their homes. PARK MANORITES TO ELECT SLATE Home Owners' Association Will Hold Monthly Meeting Next Monday evening at 8 o'clock the Park Manor Home Owners' association will hold its monthly meeting in the Park Manor Congre- gational church, 70th st. and South Park ave. Election of officers for the new year will take place during the busi- ness session conducted by John Loughnane, 7145 Prairie ave., presi- dent, who will be assisted by Henry A. Bollman, 2525 E. 72nd pi., vice- president; Charles S. Duffett, 6921 Prairie ave., secretary; Fred R. M. Klippel, 7329 Michigan ave., financial secretary, and August Treptow, 6721 Indiana treasurer. Home-owners in the Park Manor district, which is bounded by Cot- tage Grove ave. on the east, State st. on the west, 67th st. on the north and 75th st. on the south, are in- vited to attend. Young Mothers' Club to Hold Meet Monday Mrs. Elsie Urist, assistant librarian of the children's department of the Chicago Public library, will speak on "Story Reading Guid- ance for Children" at the meeting of the Bryn Mawr Mothers' club Monday at 8 p.m. in the social room of the Bryn Mawr Community church, 7000 Jeffery ave. In connection with the lecture Ida B. Swail, director of the Home and School service, will present a book and magazine display. Mrs. H. B. Herman is in charge of the social hour that will follow, assisted by Mrs. Edward Schoenfeld, Mrs. E. L. Murphy, Mrs. C. E. Dillon. Mrs. C. A. Fitzmaurice, Mrs. A. S. Irvine, Jr., Mrs. Paul Niemann and Mrs. R. M. Van Tuyl. Young People's Club Will Stage "Night in Arctic" Next Sunday evening at o'clock the Chatham Young People's club will present "A Night in the Arctic" in the Congregation Am- Echod, 81st st. and Maryland ave. Hy and his High Hatters will pro- vide the music and Ronaldo and Rondo, dance team, will provide en- tertainment. Art Wolf, 8052 Drexel ave., is chairman of the dance, as- sisted by Seretta Stelzer, 7828 Drexel aye., and Dave Rosenthal, 5434 Harper ave. HOME FOR HOLIDAY. Robert and Harold Boehme spent Thanksgiving with their family, 2548 E. 77th st. They had as their guest Harney Johnson of Detroit. All three boys attend the Michigan Col- lege of Mines and Technology at Houghton, Mich. Southeast SPORTS Cavalcade LEM FRANKLIN AND EDDIE SIMS, rival CLEVELAND heavy- weights, will meet in a 10-round bout as finalists in PROMOTER MIQOE MALLOY'S fistic offering tomorrow night in the WHITE CITY arena, 63rd st. and South Park SIMMS stopped FRANKLIN in the eighth round of a previous match held in CLEVELAND last Winter. Backers of the former international amateur champion, however, are confident that LEM now has the experience to reverse the former result. To back them up they point to FRANKLIN'S sen- sational one-round kayo over PERK DANIELS in an eight-round bout that headlined MALLOY'S card in WHITE CITY a week ago last Fri- day. SIMS beat TONY MUSTO in his last WHITE CITY showing on September 1. He followed that bout with a win over SANDY M'DONALD on November 3 in KANSAS CITY. Four other bouts and a wrestling match will complete the evening's card. Incidentally, MALLOY announced yesterday that he has obtained the consent of JOHNNY RAY. manager of BILLY CONN, world's light- heavyweight champ, to have CONN box here just as soon as a suitable opponent is available. MIQUE. in case you don't know, promoted the only appearance in CHICAGO Of HURRICANE HENRY ARM- STRONG. WHEN THE FINAL whistle blew in the WILSON JUNIOR coIlege-MORGAN PARK game Thanksgiving morning, the ILLI- NOIS JUNIOR COLLEGE CON- FERENCE football championship went to WILSON by virtue of their 13 to 0 victory. The win gave them a season total of five games won and none lost. The title gives WILSON four championships in the conference for 1939, the others being in track, tennis and baseball. The track championship was the sixth in a row in that sport. The first WILSON score in the MORGAN PARK game came in the third quarter when left end EMMETT TAYLOR, sub for HILDING OLANDER, tossed a 50-yard pass to NORMAN MACKIE, fullback. MACKIE ran the remaining five yards for the touchdown. The second tally came in the fourth period when HARRY LEACH, fullback, dove over from the five-yard line to culminate a 60-yard drive down the field. A pass from MACKIE to HARRY KENT was good for the extra point. The game wound up the grid season for WILSON. HYDE PARK HIGH school's foot- ball squad traveled to ST. LOUIS for a THANKSGIVING day game with UNIVERSITY CITY high school of that city and lost a heart- breaking game by a score of 21 to 13. UNIVERSITY high eked out a touchdown and a safety in the final minutes of play to down the Southeast side squad. The AITCHPE team, led by the sensa- tional passing of JACK MEEHAN, outplayed and outfought their rivals, who are MISSOURI state champs. MEEHAN completed 19 out of 24 passes and was rated by observers of the game as the best passer ever seen in those paxts. The lanky halfback completed an 18-yard toss to MARKS for the first score and galloped 47 yards in the fourth period with seven minutes remain- ing to play to tie the score. HYDE PARK'S failure to achieve victory was due mainly to over anxiousness, as two touchdowns were called back on offside penalties. COACH HASEN was gratified with the performance of his squad and said it was their finest exhibition of the season. AS PREDICTED here last week, HIRSCH upheld the prestige of the public high schools over their CATHOLIC rivals by nipping DE LA SALLE 3 to 0 in a THANKS- GIVING day battle in the 124th FIELD ARTILLERY armory. The game was more decisive than the score would indicate, as HIRSCH was in control of the situation throughout. Led by LOANS Industrial and Conventional ro BUILD rt TO BUY OR REFINANCE Quick Service Long Terms Low Cosf FHA Insured Mort- gage System. CHICAGO CITY BANK TRUST CO, 63rd 8800 DAMP WASH SERVICE All you can send in a standard size laundry bag (Up to 30 Ibs.) including everything washable, will be laundered by our KANT-HARM PROCESS and fluffed ready for ironing. THURSDAY and FRIDAY ONLY ECLIPSE LAUNDRY CO. Triangle 7500 KANT-HARM PROCESS 957 E. 75th Street their shifty halfback, BOB ROB- INSON, HIRSCH threatened to score several times in the first half, but were unable to put the ball over. Not until the final quarter did' HIRSCH break the ice and that on a 25-yard place- kick by WARREN TENGBLATT, scrappy guard. HIRSCH'S goal line was never threatened and only once did DE LA SALLE advance beyond the 30-yard line. HULL, TENGBLATT and SA- BINO were the spearhead of the HIRSCHITES strong defense. HYDE PARK'S junior and senior basketball squads opened the bas- ketball season last week with twin victories over the alumni in the school gym. The seniors, led by CAPTAIN DAVIS, nipped the alumni in overtime by a score of 31 to 29. DAVIS proved the star of the game by scoring 12 points and tallying the winning bas- ket. Two scrappy forwards, STOTT and BRAHMAN, paced the juniors in a 29 to 24 victory over the alumni. BRAHAM led the scoring with 12 points and STOTT was the bulwark of the defense. Tomorrow HYDE PARK travels to BLUE ISLAND to engage the local fives and next Tuesday to ST. MEL for another set of warmup tilts. Both HIRSCH and BOWEN are planning to book some practice tilts for next week in an effort to get ready for the regular season. FACING THEIR MOST difficult schedule in several years, COACH GEORGE BOYLE'S basketball' squad at the CHICAGO TEACH- ERS' college will open its schedule against DE PAUL Saturday. The frosh of the two schools will meet in a curtain-raiser. With the return of AL BENISH, right forward who has been out with an ankle injury, the squad is once more at full strength. It is doubtful, however, that BENISH will be in the opening lineup. CHARLES KANE, a center, and JAMES SULLIVAN, forward, both six-foolers, may get the nod to start. Adding real aggressive- ness to their height, these two have shown plenty of ability in recent workouts. At the pres- ent time, the first team consists of ROGER MULCAHY and MARK JEHN at the forwards, JOE KING at center and JERRY HEALY and ALEX GOTTFRIED at the guards. The squad is small, consisting of only 12 men, and all probably will see plenty of JAY SWEENEY, left end for the BUGS football team, recovered a HAWK fumble and raced 75 yards for a touchdown in the BUC-HAWK game in FOSTER park last Sunday and "LEFTY" HUNT, right half, added the extra point to give the BUGS a 7 to 6 victory. The con- test was the first in which the HAWKS have been defeated in three years and the first time they have been scored on this season. The BUGS will meet the WALSH JRS. Sunday. December 10, in the 124th Field Artillery armory, 52nd st. and Cottage Grove ave., for the junior championship of the DR. BENNETT league. LEADING THE SOUTH SHORE women's bowling league are the BEND FELTS, with 29 games won as against 10 losses. In second place are the LOUIS SANDACHS with a record of 26 and 13, while MRS. HACKELS BREAD team is in third place with 25 and 14. Only two teams, MRS. HACKELS BREAD and the SANDACKS .swept their series in games this past week. Hith team series went to the former with a score of FRIEDA TANNER had the high individual series with Other high scorers were HELEN DHEUR with 556, MARGE COVERT with 553, OPAL REED with 542, DOROTHY SAUNDERS with 507, HELEN CULLEN with 502 and EMMA FORITA with 502. JOTTINGS: Overconfidence in the face of their onesided win over SCHURZ last week may prove a stumbling, block for FENGER in their big game Saturday with MT. CARMEL. The Southeast side team has had two weeks in which to point for their rivals and are anxious to wipe out last year's de- feat as well as become the first CATHOLIC prep team to win the city title. Although CARMEL must be rated the underdog in Sat- urday's tilt, the spectators are promised a, great show, with three of the city's greatest backs cavorting on the same field, FENCER'S DON GRIFFIN and CARMEL'S touch- down twins, MEAKIM and ANDRE- TICH. The HIRSCH high school FOOTBALL MOTHERS' club will hold a benefit card party next Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the home of MRS. JENS JENSEN, 8009 Wood- lawn ave. Mrs. HOMER ROB- INSON, 7634 D-ante ave., is the newly-elected president of the club. BOB NELSON, 7629 South Shore dr.. won a plaque for copping first place in the older division of the annual turkey shoot held recently at the Hyde Park "Y" rifle range. Martha Washington Jr. Auxiliary to Hold Party Members of the Martha Washing- ton Junior auxiliary will hold a card party tomorrow at p.m. at 7020 Jeffery ave. for the benefit of the Martha Washington home. Marian Evans, 7924 Kingston ave., is chairman of the party, and she will be assisted by Ruth Colernan. 7442 Coles ave.; Betty Bowker, 7739 Marquette rd.; June MacArthur, 6811 Crandon ave.; Marian Haylett, 6900 Oglesby ave., and Virginia OTBerg. ASSISTING ON COMMITTEE- Mrs. Wells Bumette, 1224 E. 70th st., is assisting on the arrangements committee for the Delta Beta Phi dance which will be held tomorrow evening at 6412 Cottage Grove ave. Chicago Section of Jewish Women In Fund Project Opening Productions of Ballet Russe Set for Its Benefit. For the third successive year, the Chicago section of the National Council of Jewish Women is taking over the Auditorium theater for two performances of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo as its sole fund-raising project of the year. Two Openings. This year the council has chosen the two opening performances, Tues- day evening, December 26, and Wednesday evening, December 27. Four new ballets in the company's repertoire will be presented. The opening performance will fea- ture the Chicago premiere of "Ghost an American folk ballet based on California-Nevada history. On the same program will be the "Gaite Parisienne" and "Schehera- both featuring Leonide Mas- sine. New Performances. Three new presentations will mark the second performance. They are "Devil's a romantic fan- tasy of Satan in Venice; a rustic ballet, and "Capriccio Es- pagnol." These three will be pre- ceded by "Les Sylphides." Benefiting from the project will be the council camp in Wauconda for underprivileged mothers and children. MERCY GROUP IN PARTY SATURDAY Federation to Hold Reunion in Loop Hotel Mercy Federation will hold a card party and reunion Saturday after- noon in the Boulevard room of the Stevens hotel. _cr, V Graduates and former students of schools con- ducted by the Sisters of Mercy will participate the program for the noon. Mrs. John P. Waters, 6745 Cornell ave., is _________ chairman of the Photo Party' assisted MRS. JOHN P. by Mrs. Robert WATERS Byrnes, 8204 Ingleside ave. Officers of the Mercy Federation are Irene M. Graham, president; Grace I. O'Shea, vicepresident; Mrs. Helen McMahon, vice-president; Perczella Munro, recording secre- tary; Vincent Knaus, treasurer, and Bernice Crannell, financial secre- tary. D.A.R. Chapter to Hear Mrs. George A. Harbert Mrs. George E. Harbert, state historian, will address the Henry Purcell chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Wednesday, December 13. at 2 p.m. in the Plais- ance hotel, 1545 E. 60th st. Her subject will be "History of Illinois." Mrs. George Berry will be the soloist and Mrs. William G. Evans, regent, will preside. CHAPEL and CREMATORY Finest Crematory on the South Side Crematory, Chapel and Committal Rooms All in One Building NO COMMISSIONS PAID TO ANYONE OAK WOODS CEMETERY IRREVOCABLE PERPETUAL CHARTER 1035 EAST 67th ST. at GREENWOOD AVE. Telephone Fairfax 0140 I Shop for Christmas Gifts selections ore complete and prices low! SALE! 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