Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on December 2, 1970 · Page 10
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 10

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, December 2, 1970
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ByS.llySh«w h«w A DEAR SALLY: Icorrespondedin a friendly way for about a year with a boy who Is In the navy and whom I'll call Rick (not his real name). He and I dated frequently, but not steadily, before he left. At first his letters were Just as friendly as mine, but today I almost fell over when I received a letter from him with a ring enclosed and in the letter he says, "I hope when you put this ring on you'll feel like I do, that you're really mine." And he signed it "Your own loving Rick." I cannot go along with (Ms. Is there any other way besides sending him a "Dear John" letter to let him know how I feel? IN A BIND. DEAR IN A BIND; Yes. Send him a "Dear Rick" letter. DEAR SALLY: I'm a school teacher and a few evenings ago at a social gathering I corrected a friend who had made a grievous grammatical error and instead of being appreciative, she threw me an extremely dirty look and hadn't a word to say to me for the remainder of the evening. I thought I had done a friendly thing but maybe I'm wrong. What do you say abm*' -•> WONDER/N". DEAR SALLY: I know that in former years it was an ironclad rule that a man ask permission of a girl's family before popping the big question of marriage to her. Isn't this considered entirely unnecessary nowadays? DUKE DEAR DUKE: Not exactly. Of course, when a man goes regularly with a girl for sometime, her family usually suspects or knows which way the wind is blowing - but It still is a courteous thing, when the man decides that she is the one for him, to give her family some inkling of his intentions. DEAR SALLY: There is abach- elor living In the apartment across the hall from us who is a disgrace to the place. He "entertains" woman guests twa or three evenings a week and judging from the sounds that emanate from his apartment they have a gay, riotous time of It. We mentioned something about tills to our landlord a couple of weeks ago and he told us he would see what he could do. What he seems to have done so far is nothing. Isn't there anything else that we, respectable tenants, can do'.' ACROSS THE HALL. DEAR ACROSS: If your landlord really objected to this bachelor's manner of living, he would have done something about It long before now. You, as fellow tenants, have twiil Choices - either look the other I ' move. -""-•n IN: Sorry, but ends on this, of 16, that your ages is ^han It would "1 and you 28. end that vjr.i to gh-ls not three years : for at least four years. St. John Cub Pack 107 To Ths I Pioneering was the theme for pack night, Friday, Nov. 20th for St. John's Cub Scout Pack 107. The boys displayed their handicrafts depicting pioneer days and did some serious Indian wrestling in the gym to show their prowess. Marilyn Pinzur's Den 2 boys received a large applause from the audience on the presentation of a skit entitled "The True Hardship of the Pioneer." Refreshments of coffee, punch and homemade sweet breads and cakes were prepared by the mothers of Shirley Case's Den 3 boys. Cubmaster, Bernard Pinzur, inducted Jeff Triebull and Ray Dalton, Jr. into the Webelos Den. He then presented the Webelos' Athlete award to Andre Miller and David Mueller. Shawn Haslam was the proud recipient of his Bear Badge and Gold arrow point. Well done, Shawn! It.would seem though, that it was an exceptionally big night for a young man by the name of Chuck Psota. Just recently inducted into the Webelos Den, Chuck was presented with his Bear Badge and Gold Arrow Point for previously earned achievements. Then he was awarded the Webelos' Naturalist and Traveler pins for his new accomplishments as a Web- elos Scout. Congratulations Chuck! Pack 107 will hold its annual Christmas party in the St. John gym during the next pack night on Friday, December 18. Look for more news then about the fun and accomplishmentsof our going pack. FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1970j PAGE 10 Fire Chief Reports on Christmas Trees In order that there will be no disappointments later on - the Forest Park Fire Department has sent the following copy of the Village Ordinance pertaining to Natural Christmas Trees In place of public assembly. This Ordinance was passed in the interest of public safety and because of the dangerous potential of large natural trees has been and is being adopted by other municipalities. D. A. Marousek Fire Chief 26-6B. Display. It shall be unlawful to display, for any reason whatsoever, any natural tree in any building used as a place of public assembly in the Village. For the purpose of this paragraph, a building used as a place of public assembly is determined to be any church, school, theatre restaurant or other building wherein people congregate for any purpose whatsoever. (Ordinance No. 0-36-68; passed July 8, 1968 Published in the Municipal Code July 31, 1968.) Letfion Auxiliary President Mrs. Ethel Campbell presided over thebusiness meeting of November 23. The ritual was exemplified by the ritual team under the direction of captain Mrs. Kathleen Brasfield. A class of two candidates were initiated. There will be a district meeting at Cicero Auxiliary, 1217 Cicero Ave., December 6th at 2: 00 P.M. This is the Christmas party and there will be a grab bag gift for $1.00 for any one wishing topar- ticipate. A yuletide atmosphere will prevail as Santa Claus will make his visit December 10 meeting at 8:15 p.m. The trustees will have their annual drawing also at this meeting. Celebrates 50th Wedding Ahnversary Mr. & Mrs. Herman Franke of Forest Park celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary on November 21st. A party was held at Fredens in Hinsdale. Their daughter LaVerne Gaden and Milton of Downers Grove, their son Kenneth Franke and Alice of LaGrange Park, five grandchildren, relatives and friends of the Franke's attended. Gifts, cards and well wishes were sent to Herman and Minnie, residents of Forest Park for 23 years. Offer HALF PRICE SALE December 1st thru 15th Atlas STUDDED SNOW TIRES & Atlas BATTERIES ONE / 2 PRICE when purchasing both items ATLAS P.H.D. BATTERY .dflMlffl^. STANDARD DENNY MORAN'S STANDARD SERVICE STATION Atlas 4 PLY STUDDED Weather Guard SNOW TIRES Alignment, Center Wheel, Balance, Wheel Weights and Valves. Life Time Guarantee Randolph & Des Plaines 369-9659

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