Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on October 7, 1970 · Page 5
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 5

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 7, 1970
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1970, PAGE 7 Music, Theatre and The Arts VILLAGE PLAYERS SEEK TINY TIM FOR CHRISTMAS MUSICAL - The Tiny Tim being sought by the Village Players does not carry a banjo, waggle his eyebrows or sing a three- octave range. But he must be able to simulate a limp, walk with a crutch and sing out clearly the simple melody "God Bless Us, Every One"wrltten by local composers Bruce Petsche and Jim Cronln. Boys between 8 and 11 who would like to try out for the roll In the forthcoming production of "Ebenezer" should attend the children's try-outs Sunday, Oct. 11 at 3:00 P.M. Casting of the other major roles and chorus parts for the musical.will be held Oct. 12 at 8:00 P.M. and Oct. 13 at 7:00 P.M. A tenor and soprano, ages-17-23 are needed for the parts of the young man Scrooge and Fezziwlg's daughter. A girl, 15 through 20, who can reach a B-flat will sing "Christmas is a Magic Time of Year." Actors for the roles of Scrooge, the Cratchlts and the many ghosts and spirits are also needed. All try-outs will be held at Studio Theatre, 441 South Blvd., Oak Park. Regular monthly meeting of the Players will be held Tuesday, Oct. 13 at 8;30 and anyone interested In theatre activities in invited, or may call Gloria Wilder at 369-8111 for more Information. THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY STRING QUARTET will play Its second concert on October 18, 7:30 P.M. In the Recital Hall at Rosary College. A limited number of tickets are available. THE CHICAGO PUBLIC LIBRARY is featuring the caricatures of Art Mlsakl In the Central Library exhibit corridor this month. A commercial artist. Mlsaki took up caricature as a change of pace from the mechanical precision demanded by his vocation. by Rath Gefls Uiti Senior vyitizen s ol F orest Fark The installation of new officers of the Senior Citizens Club of Forest Park was held Tuesday, September 29 In the banquet room of Harry's Penny Lounge Restaurant. The tables were decorated with fresh flowers. The officers table was decorated with flowers and green candles. After a delicious luncheon, Helen Sebesta, the outgoing president, welcomed the guests and announced past president Bill Kerstsann who Installed the following: President - Ma'e Geyer, 1st Vice President - Christ Beck, 2nd Vice President - Elsie Ahr, Treasurer - Theresa Van Thlel, and Secretary - Ann Gustafson. Rev. Franz Lundahl was appointed Chaplain and Ella Krueger was appointed Historian. Past President, Mabel McDonald was called to the microphone and she welcomed Helen into the ranks of Past Presidents and presented her with a gift. The Past President, Helen, turned the gavel over to the new President, Mae Geyer who introduced all the Past Presidents and her guests. She then announced her chairmen and chairladles for the ensuing year. Beautiful weather added to the large turn out and enjoyment of the day. Gifts were presented to the following: Out-going treasurer, Jim Jarollmek who gave us such wonderful service the past years; to Blanch Rlttmueller, whose untiring efforts and devotion gave us such fine parties, to Bill Kerstunn, the Installing officer and trip chairman, who planned delightful trips and last, but not least, to May Wledelman, Installation Chairman, who filled every vacancy she was asked to, was given a basket of red roses. 7 DHVS TIL mmnicHT SALE DATES: Thurs., October 8th thru Sat., October 10th EVERYDAY OPEN SUNDAYS until Midnight Wanzer's O/c/e Chicago Wanzer's 2% MILK ICE CREAM Assorted Flavors Kraft MIRACLE WHIP Cuf-R/fe WAX PAPER BAKED HAM CARNAT/ON PET MILK Fresh MACARONI SALAD O16oz. deposit not iced 7529 ROOSEVELT ROAD Am \e OPEN DAILY UN7 . IL MIDNIGHT FREE PARKING S(JN 4 HOI/DAYS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT dUANTITIES

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