Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on November 4, 1970 · Page 15
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 15

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, November 4, 1970
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1970, PAGE 15 20 Years Ago Today St. Bernardine's Mothers' Club Plans fall fashion Show for Near future ViYian Andro, Marie Nawa, P.I Bernard, Ethel Uhlir, E»a Pula>ki, Bernice Zellick U<1 iMtod Ramona Hafner and Lucille Phillipi, not pictured, are the committee in in chargo of the fall fachion ihow to be staffed at St. Bernardino church next Wednes- day, Oct. 11, at 8 p.m. under the >pon>orihip of the pariih Mothen' club. Mr«. Z«Uieat of Bernice Apparel Shop, SAM North avenue, will conduct tka faihion ahow which will aUo include a night of ttari feature. Mrt. Hafnar U chaumuw of th« •¥••!. Obituaries AHRENDT, EMMA C. passed away October 30, at the McNeil Hospital. Beloved wife of the late Charles J. Loving sister of the late Martha Lietz and Minnie Hankemeyer. Dear sister-in-law of August Lletz. Funeral was Nov. 2nd at Zimmerman and Son Funeral Home. Interment Forest Home Cemetery. Rev. Paul Bacon officiated. SAMUEL, LOUIS CARL a long time resident of Forest Park, passed away on October 30th, at the German Old Peoples Home, where he had been a resident for 5 years. Funeral services were conducted November 2nd from the Zimmerman and Son Funeral Home. Interment Concordia Cemetery. Rev. H. Meyer of St. John Lutheran Church officiated. GROSS, FRIEDA MARIE passed away on November 1st at Pistakee Bay Home. Beloved wife of the late Henry. Loving mother to Christina Sances of McHenry. Dear step mother of James J. Gross of Villa Park. Funeral was November 3rd from Zimmerman and Son Funeral Home. Interment Concordia. Rev. Edwin Paul officiated. TIKHGIITIT DIGNIFIED Zimmerman & Son FUNERAL DIRECTORS 7319 Madison Street Frederic D. Ehringer, Director phone 366-2200 Social Security "To choose time Is to save time," so wrote Sir Francis Bacon, English stateman-philos- opher, nearly 400 years ago. If he were alive today, he might well decide that "To same time is to choose the telephone" especially If you have any business with the Social Security Administration. Many people In the western suburbs find they can save time and money by phoning the local District Office in Elmwood Park, rather than making a personal visit. Often a long drive and a frustrating wait in the reception area can be avoided by a phone call. Paula E. Zwlntscher, Manager of the Elmwood Park Social Security Office, admitted that somc- tlilngs cannot be handled by a two- minute telephone call. In these cases, however, a "call back" hy the office can be arranged which can be suited to everyone's convenience. Such an "appointment for a call" will allow the office to schedule the more complex business for their least busy periods so that all can be served most efficiently. "Bacon was absolutely right when he suggested that proper scheduling would save time. He could go one step further nowadays and prove that it would also save tax dollars," Miss Zwintscher stated. She urged all that have Social Security business to jot down the District Office telephone number 456-4900 in their personal directory. GLASS? MIRRORS? Call TAYLOE Glass Company VI 8-0751 READ REVIEW )emor c itlzcn Club The Senior Citizens Club of Forest Park will hold a "Bake Sale", Saturday, November 7th, at Fred Rose's, 7508 Madison St. from 10:30 A.M. untill allbakery goods are sold. Members donating bakery goods or for any information please call chalrlady Emily Van Walen at 366-2352. Or Mae Geyer, May Wiedelman or Mabel McDonald. Ella Krueger is home from the hospital and we are sorry to report that Ed Barnes is in the Oak Park hospital. Our birthday party last, Tue. was well attended despite the inclement weather. We celebrated 28 birthdays with a beautiful! cecorated cake. Bingo and cards we played. Kay Taylor was in charge of this wonderful party. Tuesday, November 3rd is our next meeting date. Sawyer Plans Open House Sawyer College of Business. 130 N. Marion Street, Oak Park, has scheduled an Open House for Saturday, November 21st from 9:30 a.m. to Noon. Raymond J. Spink, Director, states that high school Junior and senior girls, their parents and teachers are invited. After a tour of the school and brief meetings with the teachers and staff, coffee and rolls will be served. Sawyer, established in 1916. in Los Angeles. California, came to Chicago's western suburbs In June 1969. When local operations began, there were fourteen day school students. Today the school has almost 100 students in its day program and the majority of these students are pursuing executive, legal or medical secretarial courses. Day school students represent over forty Chicago area high schools. Anyone wishing to attend the Open House is invited to call 383-6830 for further Information. New Arrival Christopher Jon Oswald, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Jon Oswald of 412 Oak Street, Itasca, was born on Oct. 20th at Northwest Community Hospital, Arlington Heights. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Woods of Arlington Heights and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oswald of River Forest. Card of Thanks Thanks to Lou Raleigh and her co-workers for holding the Flelc- Stevenson P.T.A. Rummage Salt in her home. A special thanks to White Wa> and Famous Liquors for their donations. Another sale will be held Friday, November 6th, al 1002 South Beloit. ACROSS 1 - Be contrite 5 - Appreliend y - Hither 10 - Be Indisposed 12 - Abraham 1 !) birthplace 13 - Calcium (chem .) 15 - Appoints authoritatively 18 - Parent 19 - Corpulent 21 - Newa articles 23 - Biblical motlier of Isaac 26 - Bookkeeping entries 28 - Ignlllble substance 30 - Public conveyance (abb.) 31 - Musical note 32 - Non-clergyman 34 • Woodworking joints - Mental concepts - Tract of land drained by a river • lixperlmeniB • Pro position 44 - Belief In power of a state 48 - Pronoun 49 - Have belm 50 - H lee trifled atom 51 - Maiden loved by Zeua 53 - Perceived 54 - Lower or under DOWN 1 - Written account 2 - Italian river 3 - Greek god of love 4 - Small boy 5 - ... Babo 6 - To oxidize 36 37 40 43 - lirbluin (chem.) - llaraSBcr -U.S. "Corn State" (abb.) - College degree - Act of controlling - Total disbelieve™ In religion - Roman 2,000 - Beginning stages of aiiytmny - Interminable - Like - Toward - Time period - Auricle - Toils - Neodyiinum (chem.) - Parent - Feminine relative - Indefinite article - Tent-in - Hxude - Musical note - AnslBt - Preposition - Tavern - Ittleftnlte article - Exclamation

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