Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on December 9, 1970 · Page 7
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 7

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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, D2CEM13ER 9, 1970, PAGE 7 Medium Rare By Freddie Martin Pociak Brownies are always popular' but especially so around the Christmas holidays. Try adding a teaspoon of imitation coffee extract to the batter. t large gumclrops into slices i sctssors dinned in hot water. Cut with sctssors dipped in hot Make flowers, leaves or stars for decorating a holiday fruit cake. The very hard, spicy, round cookies we all love at Christmas season are called pfeffernuesse, wliich in German means "pepper nuts." Holiday cocktail party rulc-of- thum'): figure about 10 canapes, 12 ice cubes and four drinks per person. If shopping has you so tired yoM can't even think about a one-dish Christmas Eve dinner, relax! Visit T i\'. PINE* STEA.K HOUSE, 7412 Harrison St., Forest Park, 366-0059 wnere you'll enjoy a delicious dinner at happy prices. And a m^rry Christmas to you! 9 8TB B B B B B « 8 B > Installed As Guide Girl Scouts Tne Lone Tree Area Council of Girl Sco'jts announces tin- employment of Miss Carol Ann Baily, formerly a' St. Petersburg, Florida, as Field Director for the council service units in Oak Park, Forest Park, Klmw:>o.l Park and River Grove. Miss Daily's principal duties will be to supervise the w.irk of service •mil pi-rsoniicl in the organization of troops, recruitment, placement, and training of volunteer workers for tro tp leadership;"Lri administrative positions. Miss Baily re.-eived her B A. degree in French an:i German from Florida Presbyterian College in St. Petersburg. Her experiences hav<) not been relegated to the southeastern United States. During college she spent time studying in Switzerland. Her Masters Decree- will be received from Vanderbilt University in Nashville. As a girl scout, stu participated in several national opportunities including the 1963 Allstates Encampment in Maryland and the Cazenova Cam-jus Conference in New York. In the area only tw.i months, Miss B.dly. is ilrealy active in the com nunity. She sings with the 1st Presbyterian Church choir in Oak Park and is engaged to W.'.lter V Shalda, a resideu* of Villa Park. Gail Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson of 1537 Elgin A/e. was installed as guide a' the Public Installation of Officers, International Order of Job's Daughters, Riverside, 111. Bsthel N'). 18 elevated Gail on Sunday, Dec. 6th at 4;00 P.M. at the Riverside M: sonic Tem-'le, 40 Fores! Ave., Riverside. Girls between the ages of 12 and 20 years :an Vise her eligibility to m' m' ?rshlp on Masonic heritage. Petitions for membership can be obtained from Gail or Mrs. Edward Koepke, Bethel Guardian by writing her c/o the Riverside M.isoaic Temple. Library News Bookings are now being accepted for the Christmas films available at the Forest Park Public Library. All arc 16 mm most are in color; all are sound. Films with riming time noted are "The Christmas Carol" (30), "Christmas customs" (15), "Christmas Deer" (14), "The Friendly Beasts" (M), •Tin- Littlest Angel" (15), "The Night Before Christmas", two versions one with puppets (10 and 15), "The Poetry of Christmas", two "The Poetry of Christmas" (14) and the "Story of the Nativity" (puppets) and (15). Please book earlv and avoid last minute problems. * * * Speaking of Christmas (You can't get away from this happy season) the library has a fine and growing collection of phonograph records about Christmas, some have the traditional carols and others introduce songs and music not so well known but equally beautiful. These may be borrowed on a library card by converting to a "record card" at a small fee. The library's phonograph collection is now over 800 records and albums. A special Children's Christmas Story Hour will be held at the Library on Wednesday afternoon December 23. Mr. Frank Ullrich, noted story-teller, will present the Christmas story as viewed by the shepherds. He will be in costume. While the program is free, tickets should be obtained ahead at the library. An estimated 180 persons annually lose their lives in litter-fed fires; every 12 minutes a home is destroyed or damuKi'd by a fire starting i" trash. Please place me on the subscription list of the FOREST PARK REVIEW For which I enclose Three Dollars, for one year. Five Dollars for two years. Seven Dollars for three years. Beginning NAME ADDRESS i9 TO i9 I 7 DRVS in mmnicHT SALE DATES: Wednesday,-Dec. 9th thru Saturday, Dec. 12th Wanzer DEL MILK 45c EVERYDAY OPEN SUNDAYS until Midnight 8 WANZER IOWER IN CALORIES HIGH IN NUTRITION I/ (I I '/J Dill. •i:l=f-lSI Assorted Flavors 89c Gerber Strained , _?> ~-^KM. BABY FOOD ^ iafOvv 5 ^^^ 5 ^ 5 ** 55 ** 558 ^^^^5^»%s»s5B^; Libb/'s FRESCA^ £ TOMATO 6l2oz.cans : [Dr(WI S JL//CE ^X!«™^. lf . -»*» ScofTissi^ Scot TO/LET T/SSUE COLORS •Sff T/DE Laundry DETERGENT giant size American or German POTATO SALAD 39< ib Lean BAKED HAM $1.49 Rpt thpm f UGL uiciii i AIUIFRICAM fWoneyl Pay all your bills with while you] l KnDiSc l 0 " 16 ^ 'THE SAFE MONEY % .'inc up to $200 We reserve the right to limit quantities and to correct pi inline, err-ji.s. 7529 ROOSEVELT ROAD FOREST PARK OPEN DAILY UNTIL MIDNIGH1 including FREE PARKING S(JN & HOLIDAYS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT dUANTITIES Ample

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