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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 23, 1965, Chicago, Illinois Save 25% to 50% and More on men s. Women s and children s shoes Vogue a modern miss a dead easy Miracle tread a Freeman a Bates a Bonshire Weyenberg a classmate a Connolly a mass Agic children s women s i women s shoes menus shoes vol $290 a a $390 i to $490 values to $16.95 $590 buy now. Saye big. Come Early. During this Sale Illinois foot ambulatory 6448 s. Halsted open monday amp thursday evenings every Day till 6 00 . Here a what you can save Over the expected life of a Gas dryer Gas dryer electric dryer average operating costs for i year $5.06 $25.21 average Cost Tor to years 50.60 252.10 savings with Gas $201.50 i in n data Ila Horn prepared by an Independent consulting engine arms firm i Mala Are based one a to Isaios Iii typical annual usage but a moderate income family in a Sis mum Home Power ignition based an Gas Ane electric rates in effect at of August i j9hs going out of business moving to Ford Cit the bulletin thursday. September 23, 19 55 by Anne Tyson on sept. 26. Wiley a. Branton special Day for the Angling , the daughter of or will speak at the 1965-66 Mem memorial service and the in j and mrs. Lawrence g. Given Heirship Campaign kick off of veiling of the plaque was held and Rufus l. Johnson jr., for the Chicago Branch of the at the Lake Ivanhoe town Hall of the senior Johnsons. The in Honor of her husband the1 brides dress was a late Frank Anglin sr., one of w the the a i Quot at u sign of seed pearls and lace the founders of Lake Ivanhoe. Is ,0s pm and mrs states and executive Secretary mrs. Dolores Stokes Sang a Solo j f n e i Gordon were Bride of the presidential Council on l. C. Fox gave the Eulogy maids in Pink. The new mrs equal Opportunity. The meet Ernest Hargraves re a a fus Johnson was graduate in will be held at Blackwell Marks and the Benediction was d Quot Quot pm memorial amex Church. In by the Rev. Reed Tarbush. Both launching their membership mrs. Marshall Bynum and her Campaign the Chicago Branch Sis a mrs Langford Spraggins r prepared what turned out to be a smorgasbord dinner on the a act. Branton is executive assistant to the vice president of the United Hopes to remain the largest Branch for the fifth year. Spe Anglin estate such delicious Cial guest at the meeting will food and so much of which the he miss Vivian Malone first program participants and about 50 of the Anglin clan plus a few friends enjoyed. Negro to graduate from University of Alabama. Your social whirl will the be mrs. Phillip Nolan of Rockford iii., wearing a Blue silk among several who will receive floor length dress served As a certificate of Merit when the Matron of Honor for the wed new Harper revue draws full House ,. Ding of Camille Joyce Givens Young women s Christian As a a l roman Calno. o Chicago Woodlawn a pc Church week the it. Center hold their seventh an was a Futi Palal High mass. Nual Homecoming and pen joined in .0v Matrimony were House Celebration sept. 26---------1 from 4 to 6 . Or. Edgar h. S. Chandler executive director of the Church federation of greater Chicago will be the guest speaker. Mrs. Howard Schomer chairman mrs. Al Mita Robinson Wood co chairman mrs. Marshall Ketchum is Center committee chairman and mrs. Harry Exie Watson Jones is Center director. Dick Gregory will appear at he Blue Angel oct. 7. It will be his first Chicago engagement in several years As a comic that is. As an observer of racial problems and militant campaigner for equal rights Gregory has spent thousands of dollars on personal crusades such As medical treatment for Clyde Kennard you remember. St. Augustine Cathedral a o. Have invites in the mail for their 8th annual Tea sunday sept. 26, in the Parish Hall. Or. Ducan Hinkson m.d., . Is Bishop. The 6th Ward Alderman Robert Miller hosted his staff and committee members in the famous air conditioned dining room of the Ungari chop suey House at 119 e. 79th St. A Lovely place. Becky and Danny Are the proprietors. Sunday was a blistering hot Day but it was of so pleasant at the country Home of mrs. Frank Anglin sr., a perfectly Beautiful woman and simply Radiant when All the children and grand children Are around Groom is a product of Parker High and South East Junior College. A wedding reception followed in the Lakeside room of Lake Tower inn. The a Bertha Berrien Cliftons million Dollar Coffee sip and fashion show themed a dripping in Mink will be held sunday sept. 26, at Marina City from 4 to 7 . This event will Honor mrs. Cecil Partee who was chosen by the Naiad As one of the ten Best dressed women in the Usa. Rev. W. A. Johnson is pastor of greater St. John Baptist Church. Last rites were held for mrs. Gertrude e. Cyrus prominent funeral director monday and also Ann Hughes popular business woman. Just remembered mrs. Odessa Cove Evans passed. Jackson funeral Home is in charge. Harper theater 5238 s. Harper ave., opened its 1965-66 season sept. 21 with a the establishment a a satirical revue that originated in London. It will continue through oct. To. The production with its original new York cast of British players played in Chicago briefly three years ago but be cause the satire is aimed at current events the show at the Harper will be entirely different. Starting in London in 1961, the show opened in new York in january 1963, and garnered rave reviews throughout its run. Ted Determan manager of the Harper said groups that would like to sponsor opening night Benefit performances can make arrangements by calling by 8-1818. Arrangements can be for benefits for any performance and parties can Range from 25 to 500 persons. Peter Cook the originator continues to write the material for the show whose four member cast consists of Peter Bellwood Harvey Jason Marion her. However sunday was a Gray and Joseph Maher. Hirsch High fat will hold first regular meeting tonight at school Ileal arming old september with her Hon fire face of Gold is often looked upon As the month of nostalgia the end of summer love and the end of the Radiant Days of slumber us summer. June is the month for nuptials and love or so the marital Saga goes. But two area couples reversed the Saga sunday september 19, As their hearts turn to visions of love. Reaffirming the old or. And mrs. Wilbur Stroud 7939 Evans shown in the above picture celebrating their 45th year of marital Bliss with a tender Caress. Couple marked the anniversary of their Union in their Home amid a Host of friends. Ushering in the new. In the picture below Carol Hill 7442 Evans and Robert l. Thomas 6400 Eierhart Are shown As they pledge their marriage vows in Emmanuel Community Church 7158 Ham Plain. The Rev. D. V. Seabrook Church pastor officiated Over tile impressive ceremony. The Parent teachers association at Hirsch High school 7740 Ingleside anticipating a Busy year reported that its theme for the year will be a building a better the groups first regular meeting will be held tonight thursday september 23, in the school auditorium at 7 30 . The meeting will air some of the goals Ptah ers Hope to attain during the year. At the Ptah a last Board meeting september 16, the school principal William j. Kelleher told the members that classes at the school Are now being taught by properly certified instructors. He also said that Laboratory work is now being Given in All the major sciences. According to Foraker Turner 7754 Calumet Hirsch Pat president the attitude of the student body the administrative and teaching personnel All indicate High morale at the school. A one of the teachers at the last Pat meeting said that after investigating other schools Many entering freshmen enrolled because of the pleasant academic atmosphere a t for the College bound students at Hirsch the program devised by the faculty is especially designed to motivate and guide students into areas that will enhance their College Outlook Turner said. At the meeting tonight a spokesman for the faculty will explain to the Pat members what is being done to better prepare students for College. In addition a speaker from the Community will discuss a what the Community can do to help students seek higher other speakers at the meeting will be w. J. Kelleher principal of the school Rev. Jerald Forshey associate pastor St. Marks methodist Church and others. This meeting will officially open the 1965-66 membership and fund raising drive and will feature musical selections by the music department of the school. Among those working to make the meeting a Success Are Robert and Vivian Strickland 7403 St. Lawrence Washington and Vivian Burney 7714 Wabash Grady Murdock 8232 Wabash mrs. Hershie Richardson 838 e. Bist St. Mrs. Ruby Barnes 7629 Evans mrs. Elinora Hill 7327 Champlain mrs. Dorothy Baker 8204 Blackstone mrs. Christine Clifton 7431 Ingleside mrs. Orville Hambright 79 31 Drexel Wesley Morris 8 009 state St. Mrs. J. L. Breeding 8142 Langley Davis James 7652 Langley and Isador Arthur 7536 Vernon. Turner also reported thet he has received word that the Washington Park Myca toastmaster club #341 will be in attendance at the Hirsch meeting tonight. Find name in bulletin ads collect $5 attention bulletin subscribers find your name in the bulletin display or classified Aas and win $5.00 winners must bring the bulletin and identification into the bulletin office 639 e. 71st St., before the next Date of publication. So scan each display and classified add carefully or. W. 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