Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on October 21, 1970 · Page 9
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 9

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 21, 1970
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JOKERS ARE WILD Fine for cards but not cars. Because only safe drivers qualify for ./Etna's Auto-Rite, the car insurance with lower rates for Rood drivers. Make sure you have a good deal. If you're a safe driver, call us today. Carl A. Schwebl, )r. REICH & BECKER 52 Years of Service 7419 MADISON ST. 366-0010 LI FE& CASUALTY • Trademaik of The /F.tnj C^ually 6 Surely Co and Hi snoitutetJ tumfunntt. GEORGE W. DUNNE Pr*iM«nf, Cook County Board VOTI X DEMOCRATIC American Legion Auxiliary M.-s. Bernard Schmidt of Mollne, Illinois, newly elected State President of the American Legion Auxiliary, will begin her busy schedule by visiting twenty workshops to inform members on the forthcoming programs and procedures of the American Legion Auxiliary. The meeting, in conjunction with the regularly scheduled meeting of the Fifth District, will be held on Thursday evening^ October 22nd at the headquarters of Chas. Roth Post, The American Legion at 414 Lake St., Oak Park. Mrs. Lillian Schank, President of the local Unit with other members of (tie Unit areplanningonattendingthis important meeting where they will receive new ideas to be presented so that the work of Forest Park Unit will go forward this coming: year with new enthusiasm. Members of Forest Park Unit extend to member and Past President Frieda Hinz their deepest sympathy in the passing of her sister Martha Halla. M-S. Halla was the wife of Post member, John Haila. Members wishing to send their best wishes for a speedy recovery to Past President, Mahilda Petersohn may address her at Elmhurst Extended Care Center, 200 E. Lake St., Elmhurst. It is reported that members Lillian Hussers and Irene Tryner are now at home after having spent several days in hospitals. FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1970, PAGE 9 Field Stevenson PTA The first Field Stevenson P.T.A. meeting of the year was held in the school gymnasium Tuesday, Oct. 13th at 7:30 p.m. Our principal Miss Joann Henderson introduced the new teachers. After a brief business meeting, the parents visited their child's classroom. The teachers explained the program for the year. Refreshments were served by the third and fourth grade room mothers. We were very pleased to see so many parents attend the meeting and are looking forward to 100%participation by all the parents at Field Stevenson School, The Field Stevenson P.T.A, also announced a basement sale on October 23rd from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at 1002 S. Beloit Ave. your Family's FALL & WINTER WARDROBE Laundry & Cleaners 20% Discount Cash & Carry on Dry Cleaning FO 6-0392 Forest Park Award Winning Liquor Starts M The Saving Is Yoursl •If COBBS CREEK Blended Whiskey 2 69 Fifth The Saving Is Yoursl HALF-GALLON VODKA Charcoal Filtered w Gallon The Saving Is Yoursl FALSTAFF America's Quality BEER 12oz. cans The Saving Is Yoursl MICHELOB BEER 6 NO DEPOSIT 1 39 I 2 oz Bottles >05 The Saving Is Yoursl MATADOR TEQUILA Imported From MEXICO O79 *J Fifth The Saving Is Yoursl CANFIELD'S Beverages NO DEPOSIT "Twist-Off" Re-Seal Cop NO DEPOSIT Large Bottles there's o lot of talk about the low prices at Famous Liquor Stores AND IT'S ALL TRUE! The Saving Is Yours! BURGEMEISTER Premium Beer Case of 24 12 oz Dep Btls O69 Combinotion SPECIAL POTT RUM Imported From Virgin Islands '/2 gallon Pott Rum 2 Pott Shot glasses 6 envelope instant Pott Shot mix A i> 798 FOR / Imported from Canada GOLD ^ PENNANT Canadian Whisky 049 * The Savings Is Yours Gordon's DISTILLED LONDON DRY GIN 299 Fifth . . theiVi o lot of talk about the low pricvi at Famoui Liquor Storm . . AND IT'S All TRUII ,wr Store- Ph. 217-4447 lll> " *M* * *1 | ,-, I,,,.,., ^ CASH AND CABrr SltClALi Thuri., tn.. Sol. <ml Swi FOREST PARK 7339 W. Maditon rOMSTPARK 7333 W.

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