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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1970, PAGE 6 "Happy Holidays" At St. Bernardines In keeping with the spirit of Christmas, a most unusual story will be presented by Joe and Els McCloy in their "Happy Holidays" program on Tuesday, December 1st in St. Bernardlne's School Hall, 815 Elgin Ave. after the regular 8P.M monthly meet- Ing of the St. Bernardlne's Worn on's Club. Audience participation in singing such well known songs as "Silent Night" ' and "Jingle Bells" will be featured. Refreshments will be served. IN A FOG ABOUT CAR INSURANCE? If you're wondering why some drivers pay more than others for car insurance, or why insurance rates in general are rising, call us for clear answers. One way to penetrate the fog of high insurance costs is ^Etna Life & Casualty's Auto-Rite. Call us. Howard Reich REICH & BECKER 52 Years of Service 7419 MADISON ST. 366-0010 t A. CASUAL! Y ' /''.i,/, I',.,'I ',1 Ilit r/rr.i (.,.,..,In fj Dan Cox Kiwanis Kolts Most Valuable Player At the recent Kiwanis Kelt's Football Banquet held at Homer's Restaurant, Dan Cox was named the most valuable player. Last year his brother, Jimmy, won the same award. Practical Nurses Capped Ninety-two practical nursing students from Triton College were "capped" at a ceremony held in Proviso East High School auditorium, Miywood, on November 8. The "capping" signifies the successful completion of a probationary 8-week period, during which the students are Involved In academic and clinical learning experiences. Over 800 attended the ceremony and reception which followed. Caps were presented by two nursing instructors, Miss Karen Gosch and Miss Peggy O'Connor. Guest speakers were Mr. Jerome Long, Director of Community Services; Mr. Vernon Mn^iesen, Dean of School of Career Education; Mrs. Frances McCann, R.N., Assistant Dean of Health Careers; and Mi's. Linda Mulllkan, R.N., Coordinator of the Practical Nursing Program. One of the unusual features of the capping ceremony was a fashion show which displayed changing styles of nursing uniforms since 1775. L. TO R. Wayne Mass, Chicago Bears; Dan Cox; Floyd Jorgensen, Head Coach of the Kolts; Bill Grieve, Pres. Kiwanis Club and Elmer Lussow, Sec. Kiwanis Club. Cub Pack 7 06 By loan Hein Cub Pack #106 got off to a roaring start with the induction of 23 new boys. The new Cubs are Steven Shore, Lester Lointz, Bill Gibson, Joe Vlllescas, Don Campbell, Ell Sanchez, Mike Hoffman, John Link, Dan Beck, Mike Gerhardt, Joe Malone, Peter Kerstan, Scott Bisluk, Victor Lentinl, Glenn Harsch, Mike Lucey, Larry Stelnbach, Joe Eterno, Todd Bower, Mark Ross, Gerald Llndberg, Mike Blasek, Rick Darwell. New boys In Webelos, Den #1 are Mike Shore,' Peter Zillner, Joe Hein, Frank Licltra, Andrew Kerstan, Tony Malone and Jim Baker. There were many awards at the October and November meetings: Bill Lucey, Bear Badge, 1 gold arrow, 2 silver arrows; Roy Sansone, Bear Book, 1 year service star, Bob Madura, Bear Book, 1 year service star; Dan Scheid, Wolf Badge, 1 gold and 9 sliver arrows. The Webelos have also been very busy earning their awards. Pete Zillner, Naturalist and Artist; Mike Massoth, Naturalist and Craftsman; George Smith, Sportsman, Craftsman, Showman, Outdoors- man and Artist; Andrew Kerstan, Naturalist, Citizen, Aquanaut, and Traveler; John Huebener, Traveler, Athlete, Artist and Naturalist; Tony Malone, Naturalist; and Frank Llcitra, Naturalist. We would like to welcome our new Den Mothers, Mrs. Hoffman, assisted by Mrs. Link. Mrs. Sanchez, Mrs. Vlllescas and Mrs. Eterno who assists Mrs. Gerhardt. The new adult members of Pack #106 Committee are invited to the Appreciation Dinner, December 13 at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Melrose Park. For further information call Mr. Zillner, 366-2682 before December 1st. A small gift of appreciation was given to Mr. Kelm, Mr. Massoth, Mrs. Licitra, Mrs. Madura and Mrs. Calderone for faithful service. A short skit on Physical Fitness was put on by all the dens. A reminder to all the parents: Our Pack meetings will start at 7:00 instead of 7:30 in order to clear the school earlier. On Halloween, eight Webelos boys went for a campout on Dr. Orlands farm with Mr. Zillner, Mr. Massoth and Mr. Sanchez. The weather cooperated and a good time was had by all. CHARCOAL BROILED To Year SATISFACTION Cocktail Lounge Business Men's Luncheon COME AS YOU ARE! I ThePINESSTEAKHOUSE OPEN DAILY 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. CLOSED SUNDAYS 7412 Harrison St. Forest Park 366-0059 Music, Theatre and the Arts by Ruth Gails CHICAGO AREA THEATRE ORGAN ENTHUSIASTS are known as CATOE. Once a year their 300 devotees of pipe organ music present a new and exciting organist to the public. This year the artist Is John "Doc" Grune of Maywood who will present the Catoe Christmas Show at the Montclalr Theatre, 7133 W. Grand, December 10 at 8 PM. Catoe Is unique In that Its members do far more than sponsor shows. They are dedicated to the revival of pipe organ music and to accomplish this goal the members restore to active duty the wonderful Instruments that have fallen Into disrepair. The Barton Pipe Organ In the Montclalr Theatre, built In 1929, was used for theatre performances as late as 1942. Then It was hushed by sound-absorbing materials for multi-channel speakers. In 1968 CATOE members completed repairs and gala performances were played to sold-out audiences In 1968 and 1969. Now again, af <• additional repairs and revolclng, the organ will come to life und' ihe talented hands of Mr. Grune who began his musical education at the age of eight and has played the organ since he was 14. The organ concert will be supplemented by a sing-along and a silent film Christmas classic starring Laurel 4 Hardy. It certainly sounds like a perfect way to put us In the mood for Christmas. Tickets at $2.00 may be ordered by mall, enclosing check or money order, to CATOE, 6244 W. Eddy St., Chicago 60634. ELMHURST COLLEGE THEATRICAL DEPARTMENT will present "The Birthday Party" December 3-5 at the Mill Theatre In Elm- •st. The three performances are scheduled for 8:15 P.M. and y be purchased at the theatre box office or by calling 833-4659. I don't forget James Whltmore's production of "Will Rogers' .A." In Hammerschmldt Chapel at Elmhurst on December 4. ' $2.00 tickets are available at the Information Desk In the lege Union, 190 Prospect. A number of local area residents appear In Triton College's performance of "Summertree" ember 10-12 and December 17-19 In the Fine Arts Building. play Is concerned with the problems and fears of young people today's uncertain world and revolves around a young man's tionshlps with his parents and girlfriend. Cast in the lead of the young man Is Reed Ridge of River Grove, a Vietnam ran. The girl is played by Sue Lentlni of Forest Park. Liz bard of River Forest designed the imaginative stage setting h was built by John Walliser, Franklin Park, Frank DIMallo, ose Park and John Jurack of Lyons. ting in the Little Theatre at Triton is extremely limited so u wish to enjoy this contemplative drama, call Triton College 16-0300, ext. 322, for reservations for the night of your choice. Skiles of 834 S. Hannah played the part of Titus in the comedy Curious Savage" In the Prudential Auditorium recently. Pro- auced by PARMA, the play was the third In which Mr. Skiles performed. PARAMA Players is a group composed of employees of the Prudential Insurance Company's Mid-America Home Office in which Mr. Sidles is employed In the Cost Services Division. THE VILLAGE VOCAL CHORDS will appear at Hillside Plaza as wandering Christmas minstrels on Wednesday, December 16 so their regular rehearsal will not be held that week. After the concert, the "VVC's" will come back to Forest Park, however, for their gala Christmas party at Homer's, where they will enjoy a family-style late dinner, a gift exchange and, of course, more four-part harmony, barbershop style. Former members are invited to join the chorus for the party and may make reservations by calling Betty Somogyi, 771-5465 before December 9. There will be no more rehearsals after the 16th until Monday, Dec. 28th. THE LYRIC OPERA wants you! If, that Is, you are prepared to sing one operatic area, preferably in Italian, from memory. Openings are available now In Lyric's regular and auxiliary chorus for the 1971 season so If you want to appear on the same stage with Joan Sutherland, Gwyneth Jones or Nlcolal Ghiaurov, make your appointment for an audition right now. You may bring your own accompanist if you desire or one will be provided. Voices In all categories, from soprano to bass, are needed. Beginning choristers will earn a minimum of $1,700 for the season. The auditions will be supervised by Lyric's famed chorus master, Michael Lepere in the Crest Room on the 6th floor of the Opera House, as follows: Saturday afternoons, Nov. 21 and 28 and Dec. 5 and 12 all from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. and Thursday, Dec. 3 from 6:30 to 8:30 P.M. Call Miss Ruth Stanton at 346-6111 for an appointment. + * * Bob Haeger of barbershop harmony fame was guest of honor at a membership party last Tuesday night at the Art League in Oak Park. Sponsored by the Oak Park Chapter, SPEBSQSA, Inc., the program featured Haeger teaching a song to the large group on hand, which included the Village Vocal Chords and the Singl- tones. The ladies later entertained with a program of songs from their show, followed by sumptuous refreshments and a great deal of "woodsheddlng" by all. EWU-V HATCWEV SplftPS CLIM3 70 THE TOf °F A SI/OPE OF 6^154 A^P RELEASE A FINE STI^^MP OF 5 i L-ki • io SIKJ& ^/j/4r?MAI(2. CARRjGf THE Y0VM6 "AVIATOR.", ^o c/4a&efi -f\\ku A PIWPOIWT, ALOFT ArJf OFTEN - - PINPOINT, LO HIM HI/M7R6PS OF /Ml its AWAY.