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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 20, 1962, Chicago, Illinois A Dirac savings mme loan Banoci Otio .8300 col log Grove Avenue Chicago 19, Illinois Trion Glo 49300 a because Ive 60t on a new hat a freshly pressed suit had my car washed and. Dlon t Brenir my j \ Raincoat i amp it l the bulletin thursday december 20, 1962 if Thi iriv f Ami i v know it s easy to save enough to insure Security Englewood Church boosts youth program save a he amount of six months of your salary to tide you Over when you re Short of income. Save Here by Faith Charlo Opportunity to engage in whole whal happens of a Church a so Quot a a creation Al and cultural when racial transition occur in a its community1 does in flounder 0n wednesday and Friday of on i he Brink of relocation Pon week More than 140 Young Der a new Siart. Lock its doors ser troop into he churches and Call in quits Large recreational rooms for or does if continue 0 thrive Rof. And canteen despite the changing Hue of a is of let is Rongren Ginion and Sci Peconom most of the youngsters Aff and a Falus of the come Viii a Harv Ard Kleme Narv school 7525 Auburn Park m e i h n d i s l a a re nah ave or neighbouring Church. 7500 s Harvard ave Hannu in my it he members Hac come to grip with the area no some . Not necessarily transition from White to negro Ahurn Park according to Rev. Burris. The fixed for a social Center at Harvard school was unfed by a Long Range Burris who said the youth program was started to give and ran safely claim the distinction of having maintained an Artive and progressive member a hip including in Tiff program. The Youthful minister the them something to do creatively Rev Harold Burris assumed the and in Supply recreational and pastorate in 1950 after serving a cultural outlets. At the then Union ave. Community Church 60th and Union ave., now merged with Christ methodist Church 64th St. And Sangamon ave. He is assisted in pastoral duties by the Rev. John Scriber a former classmate. The Rev. Or. Burris explained now paying 41 % on All savings accounts meeting at 4 15 . Are 45 sixth to eighth graders who Call themselves a the youth of they plan such events As trios to museums youth concerts at orchestra Hall visit newspaper offices construction workers on that the Church experienced Noj be j0 Afke discuss ways of in panic or difficulty As the neigh proving their own attitudes Ijo Rhood changed. Toward culture. Cost of the trips Quot we were prepared for the j is a in from dues and subs transition and were Able to Mot Lajes from the Church. The situation without great diff re i t a1n o i r non u president of the group is 13 Cut. Out of our 320 members. A a c it n a or i it Uji a u year old Peggy Sublett 443 w 10 of 15 per cent Are White he thu a a _ a4u a known As a the youth of distinction is this group of Junior citizens who meet weekly at Auburn Park methodist Church 7500 8. Harvard ave to plan cultural projects and discuss Community awareness. Their Christmas project this year is distributing gifts toys and food to the Audy Home. Said. It has largely been under his pastorate that the Church now boasts an Active youth program affording Many area youth the Oil fuel need to 2927 phone 4 or Servici for 24 fuel Oil Chatham co 75th St., an Fllch Grade student at Harvard school. In her own words Peggy describes what being a member of this group Means a it is a wonderful Opportunity for the youth to get better acquainted with the Community and to meet new friends. We get to meet Many professional people through of amp visits to Tribu fed to the Audy Home. We s. Eggleston ave., an 8th Grade Are also hard at work planning student at Harvard. Stage a play and hold open he had this to say about the group and what every teenager labels Quot quite Active dancing. Soft drinks and potato chips of greater Salem Baptist Church. 71st k Yale and enjoy coming Here very on sunday at 6 ., a smaller group of teens meet in the Church for the senior High Fellowship. This group discusses current events Community problems and Are presently making a study of career opportunities. In the planning stage accords ing to Rev. Burris is a recreational program for adults a they need to learn How to relax play games and enjoy themselves too a he said. Support of the churches youth program is expressed by Harvard principal Daniel j. Tra hey who assisted the a to i petitioning the school Board m a social Center at the school. A we allow students in the Church program to leave a few minutes earlier for the youth concerts. Two of our teacher accompany them. A this program at Auburt Park methodist Church serves a great need. Exposes the youth to a cultural Outlook and affords recreation opportunities a a he said. Trahey said a meeting was held last tuesday with Lewis it Krandall. Assistant directory division of social centers to Evalu its re Are served for the asking and Aie Harvard school for House for our parents. Sort of a Wlla flt of Thal by 1uei,<,d Ocial Renslen __4 pee Lam want to accomplish anything melodiously Hawk their trades nninnrn0 off it and have a goal in life. Well As they hum the latest dance tune. In order to join one must be accompanied by parents to be registered. Registration fee is $1 for a year which includes use of the equipment and a membership card. Or. And mrs. Wayne Johnson 7619 s. Eggleston ave., who clerk outdoor mess Tiger and they conduct their business in organized the Canten last oct. Monitor at Harvard school. Incan orderly serious fashion explained How they keep track get. Acquainted affair.1 a a in the Spring she continued Lihte is the Best organization for we plan to take an overnight them to join a a most agreed that the activities Are the Best thing to happen in their Community since Penny Candy stores. One is impressed with the Bright intelligent comments sex trip to Springfield 111, where we will visit the legislature and make reports at following Peggy should make a Good places of interest. Activities Leader. She a a member of the such As these give us something student Council choir office a pressed by these Young people constructive to do. A your project now is collecting gifts toys and food to he Dis-1addition to her school activities. A Counselor for the group Are of some 144 Young people How 00 you know its a a in to rain be sure of the bust Obal with. And you la get exactly what you want life insurance Young or old people Avei i to 80 atari a raft today giving name ago address and Telephone number. J. J. Gray insurance broker 100 n. Lasalle St., Chicago 2, Iii. She is a member of the new mrs. Crucilia Hargrett 9438 s. Revival missionary Baptist i Prairie ave. A 2nd and 3rd Church 306 w. 75th St., where Grade teacher and a. E. Wright she participates in the choir .818 e. 56th St., special services and missionary Circle and is teachers both at Harvard Rossi b m ail our pizzas Ark Madi Prish amp baked to order Sirum sausage mushroom Oft can Pipii Anchovy Secretary of the Church. I assisting her at the Gavel is 11 year old Billy Chambers 7431 pizza school. How do they like working with a evening s attending each week. A membership cards Are collected individually and recorded. A record is kept of each member s attendance. The cards Are returned to the owners at the outcome of the meeting looks favourable we were told there is a priority list of schools requesting social centers and that it largely depends on the budget for 1963 whether or not we will get one we should have an answer in the near future/1 he said. Meanwhile the youth of tha Community Are being served by a Church refusing to stand id i in a changing neighbourhood. As one teenager put it a things Ara real Hunky Dory Here.1 o am Tvr in in. A a cheese shrimp Pisa Coney Island 23 4-s a $2.00 $1.00 $4.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 2.00 2.50 3.50 .50 1.00 1.00 2.50 4.00 5.00 2.50 4.00 5.00 3.00 5.00 6.00 delivered to Yov hot from 1023 e. 79th Phon St 3-2711 open daily 4 Of 2 . Part. It sat. 4 To 3 . Sunday 2 To 2 . A Large group of energetic and Bright youngsters according to mrs. Hargrett the work is a pleasure because it promotes education by letting the youth experience extra curricular activities and affording them outlets to express their talents. Themselves the parents of four children How do they feel about supervising hundreds of other healthy Peppy youngsters a i think the activities Here in the Church Are serving a direct purpose of keeping the kids off the Street and giving a i helped to organize this a them something entertaining group 3 years ago and naturally and useful to do. Feel Happy it is working out so Well a a she said. A we be talked to some merchants in the area and they although with the group Only agree that its a Good thing. We a year Wright said he feels the working with the Young Ancog originality. Decorations can win trophy in Chatham Christmas Block decorations will be judged in the Chatham area during the week of dec. 24-29, it was announced recently. Mrs. Alma Graham chairman of the Capac clean up committee said blocks will be judged on the following a. Uniqueness b. Uniformity c. Appropriateness d. Simplicity i housewares plumbing amp a la ctr Cal supplies till ft-00601 tools a Garden supplies a Glass a paint a 218 East i91ksn. Chicken boxes 20 pieces in box___4.75 10 pieces in Box a a a a 2.45 French pries order.25 Cole Slaw oar own tasty Riel it pint 50� snarf foe activity is making a contrib Sisters and Are glad that the can Tion to the growth and culture of teen activities Are working out the youth in the Community and so Well a a they said. Bar-b-9 baby Back ribs with Colt Slaw. Franth 4 frats Brand and butter. I frie0 Chicken with col Slaw Franck Fra Braad and Buffer. Shrimp or Lake Perch Flat slow bread amp butter. Feels sure its purpose is being fulfilled. How do the teens feel about it speaking for her Peers canteen activities Are held at Laverne Bowman 7210 s. Har the grand prize trophy will be awarded the most outstanding Block in Chatham. Six additional trophies will go to the most appropriate Block in each sub i 10 area according to mrs. Gra 5 30 and Are extended to include Vard ave., a 13 year old student. O _ r Harvard school said a a Active am ties like these help keep us occupied and out of the streets doing nothing. In a a member Ages 8 on up to High school. They include chess dominoes quiet games shuffle Board Ping Pong Badminton Active games us Fri. Turkey prices Are lower for Christmas All government inspected ova. A Fine the a a government inspected fancy amp plump is see. Delicious egg nog quart dec bottle j j is sjs0h choral concert the last program of music on a Tow Channel 11 Christmas Day will be delivered on choral concert at 9 30 A chorus of 6 to 9 year Olds the Chora lads and lassies of the Community covenant Church Calumet Park will sing carols from around the world in French Spanish and German. Iffe Maxwell Hills folgers coffe quake a a. While they Iasi 1 31ns a iof Liti Ince Sale Ruiso it if monday of 24tb 131063rd Strutt 159 i. 63rd strut 510 i 79th Stritt 4735 South Parkway Sweet delicious Danjo oranges apples pears 6 6 6 All $ for red Sweet dry potatoes potatoes onions 5 lbs 5 lbs t w lbs a have o Fine selection of toys for your youngster visit with Santa. Oice Mier 20th thursday 510 Tat 79th St in a a u i 159 East 63rd St. 1 the 5pm december 21st Friday 1310eatt 63rd St room to i 4735 seeth perk i the 5pm c we Ras Irvi till right to finite if titty Vito a thur Sun a Fri a sat and Mon fancy fruit cake closed Christmas Day. To oni and All Christmas greetings Richard Jones insurance Agency 7905 South cottage Grove Al 4-3739 Pace Teiset service a teem 209 t

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