Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on December 16, 1970 · Page 13
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 13

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, December 16, 1970
Page 13
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FOREST PARK .REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1970, PAGE 13 PRESENT VALUE GOING UP! I f you had a firi: f liis Christmas, you might not have enough insurance to i ceo vcr your lossi-s li e cause each year, the value of your hume':; contents tfoes up ... but your insurance doesn't. So protect your presents; call us today. Howard Reich REICH & BECKER 52 Years of Service 7419 MADISON ST. 366-0010 UFEfc CASUALTY rademark of Thv Aitna C,nit<iity O rely (~.o. and ill atiuitaled ifimpantei .» Forest Park National Bank Announces Dividends At their December meeting, the Board of Directors of the Forest Park National Ba.ik announced the declaration of their regular dividend of $1.00 per share and an extra dividend of $1.00 per share, payable January 2, 1971 to stockholders of record as of December 21, 1970. President Ratajak stated that continued confidence by the community has produced an excellent stable growth in total assets, which now exceed $27,500,000. ELSYE SHOPPE '7316 MADISON ST. 1 FO 6-4563 Ladies' Nylon & Qacron Slips ($3.98 value) $3.29 Ladies' Nylon Hose 3 pr. $1.19 Ladies' Brushed Rayon Gown ($3.98 value) $3.49 Ladles' Fine Flannel Gowns $2.98 Men's Lined Leather Gloves ($3.00 value) .... $2.69 Men's White Silk Scarf $1.69 Men's Initialed Handkerchiefs 3/$1.19 Men's Fine Stretch Socks 89? Also other socks at 59? and 69? Girls' dresses (Size 7-14) $2.89 Infant 2-pc. Diaper Sets $1.9fl Infant Sleepers (nice for gifts) $1.98 Boys Dress Slacks (Size 8-14) $1.98 Ladies' Mickey Dresses $2.98 We carry a fine line of Ladies Shifts and dresses from $3.98 and up. Elsie Kel m DECEMBER MONTH THE BUSY CUTTINJS: Take hardwood cuttings of deciduous shrubs aftei several hard frosts. Mark each variety, wrap in bu.idles and bury in moist san'l peatmoss mixture at a temperature between 40 and 50 degrees; do not let dry out; in spring, start in frame. Cuttings of conifers, evergreens, etc. may also be taken now. WATER: Check outdoor water pipes and faucets before hard freeze"; install one or two frostproof faucets on outer house wall for convenience In emergency winter and early spring witering. ROSES: Cut back canes on climbing roses which may whip and break in wind. In severe weather it would not hurt to lay down climbing and/or tree roses and cover with soil. Use old cornstalks or evergreen boughs over perennials and allied rose beds. PROTECTION; Erect windbreaks around doubtfully hardy shrubs. Wrap trunks of young fruit trees in heavy aluminum foil, hardware cloth ur Tree-wrap to guard from rabbits; make it high enough for protection when there Is traffic across lawn by erecting barriers before the snow falls. TREES: Place wires on newly set trees. Larger trees may be moved by digging, permitting root ball to freeze; then transplant. Prune holly, yew, etc., before ground freezes hard and save for Christmas decorations. TOOLS: When all outdoor activities are completed, check clean, sharpen, and store tools; collect, check, clean store powar equipment. Now that all outside work is done, it Is timo to concentrate on Christmas. Keep your Christmas tree fresh and green by selecting a freshly cut tree, storing it in a cool place, and sprinkling daily until ready to use. Then, cut the butt diagonally about an inch above the original cut and set the tree in a stand of water. Add water daily. A 6-foot Christmas tree may take up as much as a qiiart of water a day when first brought Indoors. Water is needed to replace moisture given off by the needles In warm indoors atmosphere. The more moisture the needles give off, the more fragrant the tree. SRP In Forest Park Drop in for PERSONAL SERVICE ^ FOREST PARK LIQUORS 7429 W. MADISON ST., FOREST PARK WLm Wt Beitber Cfjeer •366-4000 366-9836

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