OAK PARK GIRL GIVEN TURKEY TEACHING POST Miss Joan Estelle Kellogg, 24, 177 N. Grove av., Oak Park, will travel to Turkey in September, where she will teach English and music. She was appointed for a three year term by the American Board of Congregational Church Commissioners for" Foreign Missions. Miss Kel logg attended the Oak Park-River Forest Township High school and is how a senior at W e 1 e s 1 e y Mass. college, where she is a member of the Phi Beta Kapa Honor society. She will begin teaching at the American Collegiate institute, Izmir, Turkey. Miss Kellogg and her father, Harry E. Kellogg, vice president of the Link-Belt company, 307 N. Michigan av., will tour Europe in August before she begins her teaching assignment.