Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on September 30, 1970 · Page 4
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 4

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 30, 1970
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FOREST>ARtf REVJEW, WKDl»ESDAY;.SlE> i TEM'riE6.36, READY £jsort> COMPLETE SELECTION of & PARTY GOODS DON'T FORGET "TRICK or TREATS" FOR THE LITTLE SPOOKS THRIFTY CONVENIENT SHOPPING BEN FRANKLIN '7443-45 Madison St. Maverick At Whiteway On Tuesday, October 6th, at 9:10 A.M., Senator Howard R. Mohr will pull the name of the lucky person who will drive home a brand new Maverick. All this will take place at "Ser" Castollani's White Way Super Market at 9-16 Beloit Ave. here in Forest Park. Be sure to be there. You may drive home in a new Maverick. TOM CARLSON Auto Sales Since 1949 7300 ROOSEVELT RD. Forest Park Open 7 DAYS Weekdays 9 to 9 READ REVIEW is the TIME Open Your..T! A FULL SERVICE BANK Checking Account NO SERVICE CHANGE as long as you keep $100 minimum balance. BANKING HOURS Mon.. Tuei., ThurJ., Fri,, 8 a.m.-2 p.m: Saturday 8 to noon For Your Convenience Frt. Eve. to 8 p.m Maywood • Proviso STATE BANK 41 I MADISON STREH A MAYWOOD. ILLINOIS WALK UP WINDOW Mon., Tuai., Thuri.. Fri. 2 p.m. • 5 p.m Saturday: Noon to 5 p.m. 'Wedneiday 8 a.m. fo 5 p.m. I We Are Open 6 Days A Week 8-5 345-1100 I..iny ttirkley. Vice Forest Park Women's Club The Sixth District of the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs AnniMl Mower and Garden Show is over and (he tallies are in. Tin- Annual Flower and Garden Show was always a main attraction for the fitli Disttict of (lie [11. Federation of Women's Clubs hut foi lack of j chairman, il was not held for several years. Nnu in its 2nd year of restoration, it is again (jirking up morne/itmn. In 1969 tlieie were 311 entries from 12 different clubs and this year there were 801 entries from IGcluh.s. Enthusiasm is (jrowin^ and in 11"! the flower show will he bigger and better. Perhaps next year all 33 of the tth District clubs will enter. Mrs. Kmil /linker, Past President of Forest Park Women's Club was (lie Cth District C'liairrnaii of the Flower and Garden Show this year. He! ambitious energy and aitistif talent rnaiie the flowei sliou a delight in which to visit ajid an honor to enter in the coin- petition. Forest Park Women's Club wa.s well represented at the flower show. There were 9C entries from FPWC and of these 3-1 won ribbons. Four "Tri-color" ribbons were also awarded our club members. Congratulations to our members who entered the competition. They were: Mrs. Jos. Konietzko, Mrs. John Connelly, Mrs. Wm. Fry, Mrs. Erwin Herrmann, Mrs. Jos. Higgins, Mrs. Ronald Ignaszak, Mrs. Root. Johnston, Mrs. Jos. Kern, Mrs. Gordon Davis, Mrs. Jos. linger, Mrs. Emil Zunker and Miss Grace Scheel. The "Tri-color" winners for best of show were: Miss Grace Scheel, a beautiful "Peace" rose; Mrs. Emil Zunker, "A Blaze of Color", a large brilliant floral arrangement; Mrs. Jos. Unger, a contemporary table setting; and Mrs. John Connelly for her fragrant honeysuckle vine. Some of the FPWC members who did not enter into competition this year visited the show which was open to the public, and made solemn promises that their flowers and arrangements would be in the winning circle next year. Pictured above with some of the entries are: Miss Grice Scheel, Mrs. Erwin Herrmann, Mrs. Emil Zunker, Mrs. Jos. Unger and Mrs. John Connelly. ITS OLDSMOBILE FOR 1971 see Rick Archambault OLDSMOBILE CITY Fl 3-6000 715 So. 5th Ave. CO 1-2978 riidididididdididdi^nJididrididididBlnli; NOW OPEN THE AVERNA A gay, colorful cocktail lounge ... a perfect rendezvous for a delightful round of drinks with your date . . . your business appointment ... or the favorite lady of your house. A bright splash of hues from the artist's pallette in a coffee house and garden with a difference—delicious dining from an opulent menu of continental delights plus crispy bread and pastry from our own bakery An admittedly-luxury restaurant with decor by famed designer Richard Himmel and cuisine that glorifies the gastronomy from Paris to Rome, Munich to Madrid at luncheons and dinners. ort HOTEL and CONVENTION CENTER 401 W. Lake St. Northlake At The Til-State / Eisenhower / Like St / North Ave. Cloverleaf FOR RESERVATIONS 562-1500 aiaroiMaiaiaiaiaMi^^^

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