Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on October 14, 1970 · Page 6
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 6

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Another $100 Miracle. These fabulous Perlas DeEspagna free. River Forest Bank proves it again: as little as $100 works miracles at The Bank that Works Harder for You. With $100 minimum balance, you can get a Free Personal Checking Account with no service charges, even free postage on deposits. With as low as $100 you can earn our highest interest—as much as 5.92% on two-year accounts that pay 5.75% compounded daily (much easier than other banks that require $500 or $1000 for this top interest). And now with a $100 deposit into a new account* of either kind you -get these exciting Perlas De Espagna as a free gift. Is it really a miracle—or just a new kind of People's Banking that gives you more for your money? Who cares? Just hurry in during People's Hours* (including all day Wednesday) for your pearls-limited offer. THE PEARLS: Exquisite 8-mm size in popular Matinee length. With expensive features: hand- knotted; sterling silver clasp—and beautifully encased in a soft suede pouch. A perfectly precious gift. •Or 1200 deposited into any existing savings account. Savings mils from existing accounts or duplicate accounts — cannot be Honored. lust remain on deposit at least 90 days. Transfer ,*t RIVER H AltfTT * TRUST .DXU.ll A. Ftople'l Hourv lobby—« 2 daily, also 58 fn Sal 8 Noon Walk Up—2 4 daily, Fn 2 5 Olive Ins—8 4 daily, Fn 8-8. Sat 8 12 7727 LAKE ST. • RIVER FOREST, ILL. 60305 • 369-6400 MEMBER FEDERAI DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION . COMPANY Student at Culver Military Academy James A. Wagster of Forest Park, son of Mrs. Angela Wagstci 7421 W. Madison Ave., is one of 2-11 new students selected to attend Culver Military Aoademv this fall. Wagster is a member of one of Culver's infantry companies. He join 693 otlier winter schon) cadets who are taking college preparatory courses under tin- direction of 108 faculty and administrative staff members headed by Lt. Gen. John W, Carpenter in his first year as Culver's eighth superintendent. Culver, one of the largest private college preparatory schools in the nation, ha.s a student enrollment, from 39 states, three U.S. territories and 20 foreign countries. Friends Of The Library Miss Natalie Somelenski, R.N. will speak on the services in mental health offered by the John Madden Mental Health Center at Mines at the Friends of the Library Thursday evening, Oct. 15 in the library. She will describe the programsofferedbythisstate mental health facility. Guests and visitors are welcome to attend meetings of the Friends group. There is no admission' charge. This is one of the Friends' programs of general community interest. Scout Troop 108 On Tuesday, Oct. 6th, Boy Scout Troop 108 held its semi-annual elections for troop officers. The results are as follows: BlIlHerdt, Junior Asst. Scout Master; Dave Goetz, Senior Patrol Leader; Steve Blazek, Asst. Senior Patrol Leader. Patrol Leaders are: Terry Rusk, Chris Czopek, Bill Wilkerson, and Dale Goetz. Quartermaster, Bruce Waldersen, Scribe, Kieth Waldersen, Bugler, Glen Wendt; Librarian, Dave Blazek. These new leaders will be Installed on Parents Night, October 27th The Troop's next campout, the Blackhawk trail on Nov. 6, 7, and 8 will be the first real test for the new leaders. Troop 108 meets every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at St. Peters Parish Hall at Adams and Hannah Ave, under the leadership of Scoutmaster Guy ElweJl and Assistant Scoutmasters Dennis Galloway and Art Preissur. New members are welcome. Come on over and bring a friend. be a blood donor PLAN .477^7600

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