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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 31, 1967, Chicago, Illinois Slip of lip Winner Here for those who play the Quot slip of the lip Quot game on the Tim Holt show Over wind radio mondays through fridays from 14 p.m., it will be interesting to know that mrs. R. F. Halloran 7920 Justine was one of the winners last week. She won a record album for spotting the Correct time a a Topsy title a was announced. Such titles As Quot Blue roses for a red Quot that a a a Winchester and a Georgy boy Quot were some of the a a tops titles Quot tossed out the show during the week. Thi bulletin 6tu�sdiy, january 31, 1967 the exciting world of women Sermonetti on double trouble people who borrow trouble find in the Long run that the interest eats up the principal. With this and free steam clean on motor with tune up and winterize a and r service 7359 s. State St. St 3-2724 Henty Gadson pro Steven Okay mar. By the Rev. Norman a. Nelson pastor Salem lutheran Church 74th St. And Calumet. We usually have a lot of practice at being strangers. At the Busy shopping Center the crowded a a la train cat bus and in our fast moving traffic we have Learned How to get along with strangers and to be strangers ourselves. To be a stranger protects us from the impositions of so called friends but to remain a stranger also increases our danger. In the new testament Days it was customary thai people would travel in groups or caravans along the dangerous roads. Although the travelling companions were usually strangers they Felt a certain safety in numbers. The writer to the hebrews indicated that we ought to show hospitality to strangers with whom we travel. Who knows the stranger May be just the person who May enrich us with his wit. Knowledge Good will and culture. So the biblical writer says. Quot let brotherly love continue. Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers for thereby some Angels have entertained a we live in a world nation and Community of strangers. There Are those who worship at different altars whose fathers come from different countries whose education or skills Are different or whose skin is of a different color. To close the doors of our hearts Homes churches schools or communities to those who Are the strangers in our midst is to shut ourselves off from meeting the Many modern Angels among us. If we Are to discriminate at All. Let us do so Between truth and error love and hate fairness and injustice. Let us discern not Only the problem people but the Opportunity people. Though we might find it difficult. At times to extend hospitality to strangers it is nonetheless the Best Way to share the Richness of another a life i culture. It is a Means by which we May be saved from the ridiculous isolation which Breeds suspicion fear and ignorance i within us and keeps us Small at heart. I on c of i by Josie Garth Barnet v just about the biggest excite platform soles Are Bael mint on the fashion scene is clump clump Here comes in a founders Day planners 9f invest in Beauty. Too spot pro Aronn m pad cum a manicure a fac imm to be w4xin he see a Imants hair weaving am Tow for my pc it re �?T397. A Vera wat Tamer wife so mad a vow a % i a Barbara s wigwam St Geantt Midi Sty a mad for Mirty of hmm my rat Park my Feliki am i. Nas. Tai. 721-191 a Mart Fem . Mum la 7 pm founder s Day for the Chicago Branch of the National association of coling woman will be celebrated with a special luncheon saturday feb. 18, at vinzants 936 e. 87th St. Actively promoting this project and whipping together All preparations Are sitting from left mrs. La Verne Cretien 400 e. 33rd St., president mrs. Geneva Brazley 5701 Michigan second vice president Nancy Savage 6856 Merrill chairman scholarship committee and Gladys Bryde 7526 Eberhart chairman Public and civic affairs. Standing from left Louise Owens 8505 Prairie first vice president and program chairman Eleanor Sherman 111 e. 95th St., financial Secretary and Clad Grant 8014 Calumet treasurer. Larket fisheries House of 75 seafood items fresh and Frozen from Louisiana Florida new York and Chicago area a Silver Bess a Pike red snapper a Buffalo a Lake Trout butterfish a Catfish a Perch a Florida Mullet a Whitefish a Black see Bess a Porgie Etc. 7129 s. State St. He 3-3233 be prepared for Waldorf toilet tissue when you shop Here frying chickens Vito a farm fresh i am u s Choice sirloin Steak 98. U s Chok rib roast x in co u s Choice rib Steak 89. Chitterling Swift Premium Frank floppy to on toppy sliced Bacon pot k cd by swill a co 4735 South Parkway 1310 East 63rd Street i 859 East 63rd Street 510 East 79tti Street plenty of fret forking Smi St i i s Jan 31st breakfast spec toppy sugar cured Hickory smoked $ sliced Bacon you can t beat Hickory smoked Bacon i country fresh eggs for a delicious breakfast with buttered feast Wilson scorn King sliced Bacon thick sliced to kit a g Swift i a. Grade Quot a medium eggs Coleur by i cd i it Kito j 0��li a a Fin a it it Pickett a profiles by Shirley Pickett this has really been a trying two weeks so much going on and in the midst of All. My family one by one. Has gotten sick or had a mishap. Timmy was Hurt at school Shawn fell up the school stairs and almost broke his foot we had to Rush him to the Hospital. Fortunately there was just a bad sprain. The same Day Alicia fell at school she had a two Inch knot on her head. And poor Chuck he had a Wisdom tooth pulled and he has really been suffering. So you can see i have been running a Small Hospital around this House. In the midst of All this i am still trying to sew. We went to the minx dance on sat., Jan. 21, at Stock Yard inn a a thai was a real swinging party. It was Western attire you should have seen the cowboys and cowgirls there were More indians than i have seen in a Long time. Seated at my table were Eddie and Betty Gardner Juanita Robert Horton Barbar a and Garfield Lawrence Eugene and Thelma Scruggs Robert and Lois Johnson Ted and Rosa Marshall and Bob and Eva Lester. Also on the scene were Lucas and Yvone Williams Alice and Sammy Ray Ner and Many Many other friends. A Ood time was had by All. Our neighbourhood has been saddened by the sudden death of Dortcha Safford while she and her husband were vacationing in Calif. Another neighbor mrs. Willie Smith lost her dear Mother. Our Nympha the to or. Rodgers family. West Chester j Field will miss both of these wonderful people. Mrs. Benford the assist i ant principal of Gillispie has been ill Tor several weeks. We were All sorry to hear this we Are looking to see her Back soon. Or. Richard Gardner is i on the sick list and in the Hospital i Hope he is on the mend i soon. Baby Jill Downey was Horn to Dorothy and Corney Downey on wed., december 17, 1966. As a Early Christmas present to her family. Happy birthdays to master Troy Downey mrs. Alice Burel master Toney Johnson. Doors open 6 pm opening Nite the new look in shoes toes Are mostly a a Square and so Are heels. Open toes can be seen in most de signs also open heels. The High High Heel will be hard to find in the a Arns new shoes. The trend is Defi-1 nicely toward the lower broader Type Heel. New mergers the following were issued marriage licenses last week by county clerk Edward j. Barrett Harold f. Townsend 8232 Sangamon and Barbara Jackson. 6753 Sangamon. Ira Lee owns. 6328 Eggleston and Lynda Patricia Powell 7726 Emerald. Michael j. Polk 7117 Union and Kristine d. Baker. 1425 West 112th pm. Charlie j. Ervin 6635 Carpenter and Ruby Littleton 6942 Oglesby. Richard a. Thomas 8108 Ingleside. And Vernadine Marie Bell 9626 Normal. Perry Mcginnis jr., 9412 la Salle and Lenora Hunter 1150 w St 112th St. Darryl Wimby ,1115 East 82nd St., and Diedre Burney 7714 Wabash. Julius f. Spurlark. 6024 Bishop. And Lucy c. Smith 8334 i Vernon. Marshall j. Humphrey 6810 Parnell and Kathlyn a. Sampson 6938 Racine. Jackie Earl Dempsey 6425 Lowe and Alanda Lois Verret 6119 Peoria. Lady in her Short skirt a pct toed open heeled thick Ole it shoes. She swearing a smile and looking pretty just the same though plastic shoes will get a big play this season according to the latest fashion Crystal Ball Gazer. Colors arc just terrific both in shoe and dress materials. You la be seeing stripes prints in african motifs and new names for colors like a Peanut a hair is either Short or Long. The mid length hair Cut is not considered Chic at the moment the easiest Way to be in style or Well coiffure is to get a Short hair style and buy a Quot fling As the Long piece of Quot hair supplement Quot is called. This Way one can step into the spotlight with just the right Hairdo. The Long hair can even be piled High atop the head for after five and you la be style right. Irene s Beauty Salon you Savi at Irene s 633 i. 71 it St. Call for appointment 224-7610 wac muh he Wawa pow who Tara available gardens Flowers for All occasions tropical plants our specially artificial rentals m. Ross Florist amp gardens 4367 s. Indiana ave phone 536-9169 Why pay More prescription Eye glasses lenses and frames Complete at this Low Price there is no reason to endanger your eyesight a Sun glasses a safety glasses a single vision a 200 frames to choose from a Eye exam. 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