Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on October 14, 1970 · Page 11
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 11

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 14, 1970
Page 11
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FOKEKT PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY. OCTOfiEl? M. 1970. PAGE.13' Promoted To Sergeant Marine Sgt. Hobert I, Olson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orelin F. Olson of 11-11 Hannah Avc., promoter! to his present rank while servin:; at Camp ll,ui;.en, You'll Cheer Our Dry Cleaning... Because we give good grooming loyal support with modern, extra-care dry cleaning, you can count on us to keep your wardrobe m winning form. Bring in your autumn apparel, soon ZIMMERMAN'S DRIVE-IN CLEANERS Drive in Corner CIRCLE & ROOSEYtLT M.WAYS ADEQUATE PARKING 366-0012 vUe L~are 0.0out tur c/otL HOURS: DAILY 7 : 30 to 6:30 Sat. 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. CLOSED WED at NOON Foir... Better Homes and Garden Open Evenings and Sundays Roosevelt & Desplaines FOREST PARK 366-2005 Local Players Star in "STREETCAR" The cast for Villaf;o Player, production of Streetcar Nam-"I Uesire has t>ecn announced by Director III. Kaon I Johnson if Scliaiiniliiirc. This most not'- 1 pl.iy of author Tenncssc" Williams is in rehearsal now and will he presented in November. Bob Fetmell of Chicago (4-143 W. Thomas) has the part of Stanley, Judy Albert of Oak Park is Blanche, Diano Falinstrom of Riverside is Stella, Joe Coan of Oak Park is Mitch, Janet Pctsche of Hinsdale is Eunice, Mike Weber of Forest- Park Is Steve, Jon Arnold of Oak Park i:. Panclio, Pat Ostrowski of Forest Park plays both the Mexican Woman and the Nein-n, Hrigetle Reese plays the IIUTM and Hrian Croriin nf (Ml I'.trt is tin- collectoi. The Director, Dr. Joluison, i' - reived his M \ and .Plli) iv Theatre at the University 'if [I 1 He is presently Assistant I'M fi'ssnr and Technical Ijirectm a' Loyola University and has pi' viously taught at the Univei sityo' Illinois Circle Campus. He ha: diiected and designed sets fo: educational television and ha: taught courses in stage and TV acting and directing, oral interpretation, stage design, lighting and scenery construction. His acting credits include Littli Foxes at the Hoffman Estate' Little Theatre. His numerous technical credits include The Little Foxes, Once Upon a Mattress and Thieves Carnival. on Q modern go/ room heater. 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She carried white roses, lilies of the valley and stephanotis. Laura Wahl, the bride's sister was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Laura Konopasek and Gall Graffy, cousins of the bride and Diana Schroeder. The dresses and flowers of the bridesmaids were red, white and blue in keeping with the July 4th theme. Brothers of the bridegroom, Mark and Thomas Eggerding, were groomsmen. Groomsmen were also Carl Schroeder, larry Newman, Thomas Holtz and Neal Mankey. Red, white and blue flowers also decorated the cake at the reception held at the Mar-Lac House, Oak Park. On their return from an August honeymoon journey to New Orleans, the couple will be at home in North Riverside. The bride, a graduate of Walther Lutheran High School, Melrose Park, with the class of 1966, is employed by International Harvester Co., Broadview. Also a graduate of Walther, the bridegroom is a graduate of the University of Illinois, Champaign where he received a bachelor's degree in sociology. He is a member of BetaSigma Psi, Lutheran fraternity and the Varsity Men's Glee Club. Released Time Religious School St. Pc-te-s Ev. Lutheran Church, 500 Hannah Ave., Forest Park, 111. will conduct a Released-time Religious School beginning Tuesday, October 20 at 2:45 p.m. Boys and girls In first through eighth grades are eligible to enroll. There will be no tuition charge. The children wishing to attend will be excused from Public School at 2:45. All boys and girls of the Community are welcome to attend this School. In Memoriam NORMAN F. GUENTHER October 19, 1966 Loving memory of our beloved husband and father. A place in our hearts none can fill. We miss you and always will. Loving -wife and daughter^

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