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S. B. Fuller Outfits Local Quintet
Volume II. ROBBINS, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1955 2nd Year—No. 51
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Mr. S. B. Fuller, president of
Fuller Products Co., manufac
turer of a nationally known line
of cosmetics, located in the
Fuller Bidding at 2700 South
Wabash atenue, Chicago, gave
a whole hew basketball outfit
to the Troublemakers, a local
l)ask^^^quintet here in the
mL Appreciation
■ we the members
[^■nakers, take this
jHnally and publicly
V your generosity
■ulness. No words
■ can fully express
| of our gratefulness
Ition for what you
’or us.
Again we say Thank You.”
Maurice Calloway, Mgr.
Donald Jenkins
Charles Jenkins
Genergier Griggs
Floyd Kirk
Fred Ross
Bobby Matthews
Charles Calloway
Lincoln Memorial PTA will
present a play entitled “The
Lester Family” which portrays
the effect of bad and goon
home training on school children. |
This presentation will be mane <
basketball quintet, managed by
Maurice Calloway, who are the
recipients of the generosity o*
Mr. S. B. Fuller, President of
Fuller Products Company of
Chicago. — George Studio Foto.
during the regular meeting or.
Monday night, January 17, 1955
at 8:00 p.m.
The cast of characters are
Rufus Lester, L. E. Boyd
Lula Lester, H. Bledsoe with
R. L. Foy supporting; Grandma
Lester, Adeline Greene; Lucky
Lester, John Walker; Patsy
Lester, Romona Smith; Caro'
Rene', C. Walker; Stephanie,
Eloise Moore; Mrs. Marshall
(teacher), Anna VT. Hensley and
the narrator, Bernice Childs.
The deplorable condition of
Robbins’ streets is blamed on
the contractor (or contractors)
who put in sewers and water.
As a result of the digging and
failing to properly fill up holes
after the digging was finished
rain and snow have left muddy,
slushy holes in the streets and
across them so that driving is
hazardous and walking is a
king-size task.
As a consequence, the Board
of Trustees at the last Council
meeting voted to withhold all
or part of the last installment
of the payment to the contractor
responsible for this debacle.
Held in escrow is $80,000.00
(Continued on page 12)
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wilson
of 13832 Clifton Park Avenue,
Robbins, Illinois, announces the
engagement of their daughter,
Medoria to Mr. Albert Cheeks
son of Mrs. Mildred Cheeks ol
Chicago. M Cheeks is now
attending De Paul University.

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