Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on December 9, 1970 · Page 4
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 4

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, December 9, 1970
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY. DECEM3SR 9, 1970, PAGE 4 Teacher's Meef By lady Henderson Approximately 1,300 Proviso Township Educators me! Tuesday afternoon, December 1. Committees made up of teachers from each school district have been planning since last fall for this day. Grade Level meetings were held In various locations for all Township teachers who teach Kindergarten through Sixth Grade. Forest Park wis the host district for the 8) Third Grade Teachers in the Township. The program was divided into two parts. The first part was a talk and demonstration by Miss Helen Belknap, the Physical T.i^ranist from Hilm s School in Oak Park. She is also Instructor for the National College of Education. The second part of the program wis a demonstration by Miss Lynette Lehn, an Art Teacher for the Forest Park Public Schools. Assisting M ss Lshn was M •. Wayne Buidens iv.'io also teaches art in the Forest Park Public Schools. The teachers received practical suggestions that can be imi.!ernt:ited in their classrooms. The Proviso Township Third Grade Teachers also had the opportunity to exchange ideas for different kinds of classroom activities, and to meet friends old and new. Eagle Chatter President Mrs. Ethel Campbell 13 members attended thedis- trict meeting at Cicero Auxiliary on December Gth. Santa Claus will make his visit to the m.'mbers party and m-i-iing on Decemf-nr 10th. Any rneml> j r with :t son or daughter w!io is in the Armed Services, please contact Chairman M: s. Sylvia Pf.jiffer at 62j- rFB'BB 5957. The Auxiliary always remembers them with a gift at Christmas. President Mrs. Ethel Campbell w'shes the members and friends of the Eagle Auxiliary a very healthy and happy holiday. The last meeting of December will be on a Monday, December 21, due to Christmas. a a B~5 a a g amnnra n o'o'c n n trmnnri) BOO a B n'g a »'B"»~in don t n aue to >e new to IOOK lIK e new We promise your clothes the best attention a dry-cleaner can give them. Each garment is scientifically processed for finest results. Complete service Reasonable prices. Try us! ZIMMERMAN'S DRIVE-IN CLEANERS Drive in Corner CIRCLE & ROOSEVUI ALWAYS ADEQUATE PARKING 364-0012 \\Je C-«r«? about your clotneA IIOUHS: DAILY 7:30 to <J:30 Sat. 8 A.M. (o G P.M. j CLOSED WED. at NOON JJI 0 OOQQllQQOaOQ Q 0 0 0 QJjJ^qjl 0 0 0 Q n 0 0 0 0 qjl o 0 o 0 p JJI 0 0 0 Bl Young Careereffes The Young Careerettes Business and Professional Woman's Club will hold their 4th Annual Bosses' Night Dinner on Wednesday, December 9, 1970 at Richard's Lilac Lodge, 22nd and Wolf Roads, Hillside, Illinois. Cocktails begin at 6:00 P.M. and dinner is at 7;OD P.M. Price per parson is $6.85 which includes a special gift from Santa. This meeting will be hosted by the Public Relations Committee with members presenting the entertainment themselves. Following dinner and a skit, gam3s will be played. The purpose of the Bosses' Night meeting is to bring ahou' a spirit of cooperation between employer and employee and to help the employer understand more about the goals and objectives of the Young Careerettes." Miss Yvonne Hirsch, State Public Relations Chairman, will be a special guest at tliis meeting. The Young Careerettes Business and Professional W im^n's Club was chartered on March 25, 19j7 and consists of young working worn ui, single and married. They hold a business/dinner meeting once a month at various restaurants in Chicago and the western suburbs. In their three year history as a club, the Young Careerettes have upheld the -Federation's objectives through numerous programs and activities, such as creating better business relations through their annual Bosses' Night Dinner, presenting their own W-jtcr Pollution Program, creating a Spiritual D>-/<.>lo;>ment Plan of "Growing-In", caroling at Christmas tim ; and doing volunteer work at old peoples horn ?s, raising money for needy individuals a/id our State Headquarters Fund, attending Legislative Conferences In Springfield, participating in July 4th parades, etc. This past year at the. District level, the You ig Careerettes were chosen "Club of the Y^ar" a-idhavv received the 1967 Stale Personal Development Award, the 1968 Criteria Club Award and the 1%9 State Membership Award inlcating their outstanding accomplish- m-. its. A most project of the club Is taking 60 children from the Northwestern University Settlement Home shopping at Woolworth's in the Hillisde Shopping Plaza. Through donations from the members and friends, the children will be allowed to choose at least 1 article o.' clothing and 1 toy. The children are ages 4-9. For this project, Wjalworth's Is allowing a 10% discount on all items purchased, arranging for lunch for the children and opening their store before regular business hours. For more information and possible membership, please contact Miss Naomi Hawkins, Membership Chairman at 632 Marengo Ave,, Forest Park, Illinois 60130 - 366-2657. PLANNING TO BUILD OR REMODEL? We solicit your inquiry before proceeding with your building project or alteration. Residential • Commercial • Industrial CARL REICHE. JR. Carpenter & Gen. Conbactor 529-3583 6 No. 287 Rosedale Roselle, III. Mary Ann Wulff The Rev. and M -s. A. G. Wulff, 741G Dixon Street, are pleased 'o announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Ann to Larry F. Lynn, Jr., son of Mr. and M ~s. Lawrence Lynn of 924 Circle Avenue. M.iry, a graduate of Proviso High School, is currently attending Eastern Illinois University, Charleston. Larry is a graduate of Walther High School, attend 3d Triton Co'- lege and is a veteran of the Vietnam conflict. He is at present with the Shell Oil Company in management training. No wedding date has been set. WISH I'D SAID THAT Greet each dawn with a smile and your neighbors will wonder what you were doing up all night.— Harold S. May, The Florence (Ala.) Herald. Beware of the half-truth ; you may have gotten hold of the wrong half. — Fred W. Grown, The Bergen (N. J.) Citizen. When the world entirely fits your notions, you'll be the only person in it.--N. DeVan e Williams, Holmes County (Fla.) Advertiser. Get the Spirit s£&( o ~*) V -— a t BENTEL um©n Service Station TOY Service Truck for the youngsters W HILE THEY LAST; ' 369-9521 —RADIO DISPATCHED 7800 Lake St. ROAD SERVICE - 369-8104 River Forest

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