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   Southeast Economist (Newspaper) - November 30, 1939, Chicago, Illinois                                SOUTHEAST ECONOMIST, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1939 Carmel Alumni To Hold Annual Dinner, Reunion Hayes Hotel to Be Scene of Banquet Next Wed- nesday Evening. If the Mt. Carmel football team wins Its big game against Penger high school Saturday in Soldier field, the annual dinner of the Mt. Carmel- St. Cyril Alumni association to be held in the Hayes hotel, 64th st. and University ave., next Wednesday evening will be a doubly joyous oc- casion. Win or lose, however, the banquet is expected to be the most success- ful in years, according to John Each, 7835 Bennett ave., general chairman. To Mark 40th Year. The dinner also will mark the 40th year that the Carmelite fathers have been teaching in Chicago. The St. Cyril college, 64th st. and Dante ave., was the first large school, of the order here and was built a year after their arrival. Mt. Carmel high school was built in 1924 directly across the street from the old college. Among the speakers will be Rev. Matthew T. O'Neill, former princi- pal of Mt. Carmel and now pro- vincial general of the Carmelite order, and Rev. Theodore'J. Hatton, present principal of the high school. Committee Heads. Harry O'Rourke, 7126 Bennett is president of 'the association. Com- mittee chairmen include Dr. Ed- mund Scanlon, William Meyering, Robert Miller, Charles Goodnow, Robert Hannon, Charles Voss, Rob- ert Vernia, Austin Barlow, Francis X. Poynton, Cliff Bickler and Wil- liam McCarthy. LYRIC, DRAMATIC CLUB WILL MEET Mrs. E. R. Richards to Be Hostess to Organization Mrs. E. R. Richards, 903 E. 84th st., will entertain members of the South Shore Lyric and Dramatic club in her home next Wednesday afternoon, assisted by Mrs. Amanda Loveless. Mrs. J. R. Pearce, presi- dent, will conduct the business meeting. Mrs. J. D. Jackson, program chairman for the afternoon, will read a paper on "Christmas Customs in Many Lands" after which Mrs. O. B. Holland will read a Christmas story. The musical portion of the program will consist of Christmas carols and selections by an ensemble composed by Mrs. J. T. Daniel, Mrs. W. J. Bakken, Mrs. Pearce and Mrs. Loveless. Mrs. Nancy Pilkinton will be the guest soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Elizabeth Michell. Southeast Side Girls to Take Part in Minstrel Several Southeast side girls are included in the cast of an old-fash- ioned minstrel show, "Bandanna Junior to be presented by the Sigma Kappa Gamma club Saturday evening at 203 N. Wabash ave. The club is formed of girls between the ages of 12 and 18 years and is sponsored by the Service Council for Girls. Members of the cast are Vera, Dora and Mary Costello, 7147 Stony Island ave.; Roberta Seaton, 1322 E. 61st st.; Mary Grautopf, 1322 E. 61st st.; Isabel and Nadia Charydchak, 7513 Ingleside ave.; Dorothy Olm- sted, 343 W. 76th st., and Viola 'Clark, 3533 Hermitage ave. After the show there will be a sale of table aprons, hankerchiefs, lunch- eon sets and other articles made by the girls. Proceeds will be used to further activities of the club. Little Business Men to Honor Aid. Roy E. Olin Aid. Roy E. Olin chief coun- sel of the South-East Chicago coun- cil of the Little Business Men's League of America, will be honored by that organization at a dinner in the St. Paul church, 7619 Dorches- tr.r ave., Monday, December 11, at 7 p.m. State Representative Elmer J. Schnackenberg, state counsel for the f league, will be the guest speaker at testimonial dinner .and Andrew Metzger, chairman of the legis- lative committee and a director of the council, will be master of cere- monies. MEMBERSHIP TEA. Elsie Fein damage will give a book review at the membership tea of the Sylvia Swidler auxiliary to the Daughters of Jacob Day and Night to be held next Wednesday at p.m. in the nursery, 6401 Peoria st. Mrs. M. H. Propp, 7424 Bennett ave., is president of the auxiliary. A Snapshot Part Snapshot parties, with costumes, provide lotes of Winter fun for you and your friends. Try a series of them! 170R an evening of real Winter fun your friends a snapshot party! The arrangements are simple. In- vite your friends each to bring a camera loaded with high speed film to wear a costume. You, in turn, provide.a supply of inexpensive "flood" bulbs, a few cardboard re- flectors of the lamp-shade type, and two or three bridge lamps in which the bulbs can be used. That aside from the refresh- all, and you can get the bulbs and reflectors from any film dealer who carries "snapshots-at night" kits. The party activity, nat- urally enough, consists of snapshoot- guest posing, another ar- ranging the lights, the others shoot- ing in turn. Of course, there should be prizes. Offer one prize for the most absurd pose, another for the funniest pic- ture idea, another for the most ex- traordinary camera angle or view- point. The best from the standpoint of picture possibili- also rate, a prize. Costume ideas are many. Your in- vitation may suggest carnival cos- tumes, "hard times" costumes, or old-fashioned costumes. Or, you can leave the matter open allowing each guest to use his imagination in choosing a costume idea. Incidentally, to take snapshots at such a party, your guests don't have to have fme, fast cameras. The sim- plest box or folding model with do, with photo bulbs and high speed film. One thing you should have exposure guide or leaflet on you can get one free from any photo shop. This will settle questions of where to place the lights and how many to use. One caution: don't use more than three of the big bulbs on one house circuit. Your snapshot party really should have a second party at which pictures from the first party are exhibited. It's hard to tell which of the two parties will provide more fun and entertainment. And you'll arrange more of them, too for they're splendid Winter entertain- ment. John van Guilder PLAYERS TO OPEN THEIR 14TH SEASON Eryn Mawr Group Will Stage Three One-Act Plays Opening their 14th season, the Bryn Mawr Players will present three one-act plays in Gardner hall of the Bryn Mawr Community church, 7000 Jeffery ave., this evening and tomorrow evening at p.m. The plays to be staged on both evenings are "Good "Playgoers" and "Men, Women and Goats." Members of the casts include Mar- guerite Geib, Mildred Anderson, MacCormack McEndree, Penelope Webb, Vincent Eitzen, Lee Stair, Agnes Vernon, Jean Stevens, Zoe Perrnirigton, M a r j o r i e Thompson, Virginia Studenmund, William Gib- son, William Schneider and Joseph Hitt. Mrs. George E. Q. Johnson is di- rector of the players and William Schneider is president. HOUSE GUEST. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Conradt, 6633 Kimbark ave., have Mr. Conradt's mother as their guest for a few weeks. COAL ON EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS (NO FINANCE CO.) EXTRA SPECIAL "BLACK GOLD" MINE RUN .00 Half Petroleum Fines, Half Illi- nois Egg. TON 6 Above Price Full Slightly Higher for Charge Accounts or Orders HERITAGE COAL STOKER CO. 63RD at MICHIGAN AVE. TEL. NORMAL 1000 Open Weekdayt till B P. M. Hopes Are Realized FREEDOM FOREVER FROM LIQUOR! Samaritan Treatment (average time only 48 hours) stops that TERRIBLE CRAVING; rebuilds shattered nerves; brings relief from ALCOHOLIC MISERY. More than cases successfully treated. or far 20 page ta plain envelope. Abcolute privacy. Physicians and graduate Confidential. Vieit our Beautiful Hammond Consultation Free. SAMARITAN TREATMENT 5914 Hehman Ave. Hammond, Ind. Phone SSS8 Radio WWAE. M. WCPL, 2 P. M. DaflT Committee in Charge of Banquet for Smith Named Ward L. Weist, president of the 6th. Ward Young Republican organi- zation, yesterday announced the committee which will direct the testimonial banquet and dance in honor of Aid. Patrick Sheridan Smith to be held in the Stevens hotel December 19. Members of the committee in- clude Mrs. Eva Warren, Vera Phelan, Henry J. Samuels, Nicholas J. Boh- ling, George W. Hecker, Thomas J. Downs, George Schwartz, Eman- uel Newman, Frank Crowe, Albert Sjear, George Bodenhofer, Charles Chladek. Lawrence Weir and George Johnson. MATLIE LAIB KINDRED. Officers for the coming year were nominated last night at a meeting of the Matlie Laib Kindred held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Newman, 7945 Rhodes ave. Southeast Sider Paints Glowing Picture of Army Earl V. Gates Points Out Many Opportunities of the Service. Interested in globe trotting? Studying? Flying Getting ahead in life? Then join the Army, young man! At least that's the advice of Earl V. Gates, 7418 Cottage Grove ave., who, in his capacity as a major judge advocate in the Officers' re- serve, U.S. Army, is interviewing re- cruits every afternoon and evening in his office. Offers Opportunities. "The Army is offering excellent opportunities for physically fit young men the ages of 18 and 35 Mr. Gates told tne Econo- mist yesterday. "For the young man yearning for the excitement and the experiences of globe trotting, the Army has stations in every section of the United States and in the Panama Canal zone, Hawaii, the Philippines and Alaska. "The youth who wants 'to study and attain commissioned rank standing can not only do so, but also has a chance to go to West Point if he can prove his worth and capa- bilities. For the young man who desires to save money, pay, includ- ing keep, starts at per month and increases to per month for the non-commissioned soldier and into the hundreds for the com- missioned officers. Chance for Study. "Opportunities also are offered young men who want to fly or learn automotive mechanics, radio trans- mission, medical or dental labora- tory work or X-ray. "Sometimes yop hear that Army life is dangerous. Statistics show that just the opposite is true, that there are more accidents, sickness and death among civilians than in the Army.' The reason is that the soldier's health is taken care of, he receives proper rest, adequate exercise, medical and dental care, proper food and the like. In addi- tion, if you are injured at home you get no. pension, whereas if you are injured in military duty you have the right -to pension." Improvement Association Will Hold Bunco Party Next Monday at 8 p.m. the Tri- angle Improvement association will hold. a card and bunco party in Carpenter's hall, 7429 South Chicago ave. Mrs. Agnes Kemph, 7316 Wood- lawn ave., is the chairman, assisted by Mrs. Susan Secor, sity ave.; Mrs. W. A. Knight; 7149: Woodlawn ave.; Mrs. Henry John- son, 7122 Ellis ave.; Edward Schnie- der, 7132 University ave., and Joseph Killian, 7135 Drexel ave. Hirsch High Three-Day Hirsch high school's four musical organizations will unite their efforts in presenting a Christmas music festival. in the school, 7740 Ingle- side ave., next wees. Eight performances will be given in the three days of the festival next Wednesday, Thursday and Fri- day. Two performances at a.m. and at p.m. each day will be for the students only. Thursday and Friday evenings at 8 o'clock performances will be given for the public in the school auditorium. Participating in the music festival will be the school band, the choral club, the junior choir and the girls' glee club. In addition there will be five soloists selected in tryouts sev- eral weeks ago in competition with 40 other students. Tho five who were successful in the competition and who will participate in the fes- tival are William Tabbert, baritone; Agnes Eifred, contralto; Frederick Guendel, violinist; Ruth Costo, pianist, and Mary Elizabeth Forrest, dancer. Soloists with the girls' glee club will be Helen Schneller, Betty Law- rence, Irene Rigas, Marie Subert, Jill Johnson and Jenny Christian- sen. Thelma Sloan and Laura Mc- Manaman will be soloists with the choral club. The grand finale of each perform- ance during the festival will find the three choirs joining for a group of Christmas carols, accompanied by the band. Will Stage Music Festival RHODES CLUB WILL HEAR CHORAL CLUB Bank Singers to Stage Concert at Meeting Tonight Tonight at 8 o'clock the Choral club and orchestra of the First Na- tional Bank of Chicago will present a program at the meeting of the Rhodes Community club in the Tuley park fieldhouse, 90th st. and St. liawrence ave. In addition to several selections by the 30-piece orchestra, the choir will sing under the direction of G. Franklin Richards, accompanied by Esther Wunderlick, Joseph Banahan and William Roessler. Among the soloists will be John W. Altenburg, bass, and Ruth Fowler, soprano. Arrangements for the appearance of the choir and orchestra were made by John H. Wagoner. The public is invited to attend tonight's concert, although only adults will be admitted. I.C. Boosters Club Will Elects Its New Officers Next Wednesday at 8 p.m. the Illinois Central Service Booster club will hold its monthly meeting in the St. Cyril hall, 64th st. and Dante New officers will be elected for the coming year. E. M. Claypool, assistant in .pub- lic relations for the railroad, will talk on "Public Relations." The pub- .lic is invited to attend. Ladies' Camp, or Leather HEELS Ladies', Men's, SOLES Wltti Mb ad only MeiTi Rubber HEELS REPAIR 947 E. 63rd 6755 Stony Island 6352 S. Hoisted 7824 S. Hoisted with FLAVOR. Drink deep in full-throated heartiness Notice U? That's Edelweiss flavor as wholesome, as generously satisfying as the first hungry bite of a juice laden steak. Share this grand old Secret Brew with your family or friends. Order it enjoy it fonig ht. PHONI YOUR DEALER OR CANAL 2000 Keg in Quarts or Half the Case Bottles Steinies Cans Model Airplanes To Be Exhibited By Park District Windy City Club Presents Display on Saturday and Sunday. An exhibition of gas model air- planes presented by the Windy City Gas Model club, in cooperation with the Chicago Park district, will be held at Grand Crossing park, 76th st. and Ingleside ave., Saturday and Sunday, according to Byron Mingus, park supervisor of recreation. The exhibit will include some 60 to 80 planes of various designs and models representing the work of club members. Progressive steps of motor-propeller and fuselage assem- bly will form an interesting section of the tiisplay. Organized in 1938. The Windy City Gas Model club, organized in 1938, is comprised of a group of 30 young men, ranging from 16 to 25 years of age, whose interests are centered in the develop- ments of gas model aerodynamics. Officers of the club are Jerome Cohen, 1542 E. 68th st., president; Edward Neary, 7832 Evans ave., vice- president; Gayle Burge, 8208 Dor- chester ave., secretary, and Charles Hesse, 7826 Paxton ave., treasurer. Special Guest. Roqul J. Hoffman, nationally known engineer, designer and aero- dynamic authority, will be special guest of the occasion. Doors will be open from 1 to 10 p.m. daily and the public is invited to attend. SEWING CLASSES. Free sewing classes under WPA instruction will 'be held every Tues- day and Thursday from noon until 6 p.m. in the Woodlawn Craft shop, 6343 Dorchester ave. Comforters-Pillows-Covers MARIE OPLUSTIL Archer Ave. Portsmouth Ivenlnos and Sundayi Smorgasbord Supper Will Highlight Church Bazaar Highlighting the annual bazaar of the Windsor Park Evangelical Lutheran church, 76th st. and Sagi- naw ave., tomorrow will be a smor- gasbord supper to be served from to 8 o'clock hi the church. The basaar is being conducted by the various societies of the church and will offer religious books, Christ- mas cards, fancy work, bakery goods and other items for sale throughout the day. Special Until Dec. 7 IT'S A GRAND OIL PERMANENT New, fresh, individual pads insure soft lustrous natural wave. 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