Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on December 23, 1970 · Page 4
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Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, December 23, 1970
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FORUST JARK REV/'iW, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1970. PACK 4 LEGAL TO ALL MEMBERS OF NORTH AMERICA SAVINGS Notice Is hereby given that the Annual Meeting of the Shareholders of North America Savings will be held at the home office at 7525 Madison Street, Forest Park, Illinois, on the 18th day of January 1971, at 9:00 A.M. Central Standard Time for the election of five (5) directors for a period of one year and for the transaction of any other business that may properly come before the meeting. By order of the Board of Directors. John J. Long Secretary <5 (fetmas May you and your /amily enjoy a Christmas that is warm with happiness, and is truly blessed in every way. Many thanks lor your support! Gis's Barter Shop 7213 Kfafon SI Forest Park 10 all our friends, "•""""' both old and new, we extend our sincere thanks and joyously wish you a very happy New Year. CHARLOTTE'S RESTAURANT & V'ocKtail Lountfe 5634 W. Chicago Ave. Chicago (Entrance on Parksidc) ES 9-1424 FO 6-3794 NEW IfEAR'S EVE SPECIAL PARTY $25 per couple complete Party HJiirs 9:30 to 1:30 We have banquet facilities from 20 to 403 GREAT SfOCKING STUFFERS See us for BIBLES-BOOKS- CHRISTIAN FICTION ana vJiits lor your Rome ROGER WILLIAMS Bookstore 7308 Madison St. Forest Park 771-8272 Legends Honor St. Nicholas He's the patron saint of pawnbrokers. He watches over mariners. Since the fourth century, he has been remembered for his generosity. Many of the legends linked with St. Nicholas, real-life ancestor of today's Santa Glaus. But his most enduring connection is with youth and gifts. In Europe, his feast day, December 6th, has traditionally been an occasion for merriment and gifting. May you and yours enjoy a Christmas rich in blessings. STUART E. WILDER Tax Accountant That magic time is here agjin and our wish is that you and your loveu ones may enjoy the happt est holidays ever If your plans include some <3r,* ing. remember thai the spirit of good will applies on the highways too Help make it a sale and happy season lor everyone ART CARLSON, Jr. 7439/2 Madison St. Forest Park 366-3779 STATE FARM LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Hume Office: Bloomington. Illmoii Iain of I ne 1 own . by Jackie Schulz 366-4685 Here we are again, right smack in the middle of Christmas! So you survived the excitement another year - congratulations you're wonderful! How do you do it? To all the kids home from service and school, welcome back, we missed you. Please let us hear from you and what you're doing. Among those faces we haven't seen for a while are Pat Gillian and Dan Dimitri home from Ft. hood, Bob Hemstreet from Ft. Lewis, Washington and Johnny Isdale from Georgia. College kids John Dowd and Bob Krieger. Paul Schulz Is still in Oak Park hospital. Last week I'm sorry I omitted two of Ms daughters from the column, Flora Petersohn and Mildred Witt. We hope Mr. Schulz is recovering and will enjoy a happy and healthy holiday. Happy Anniversary to Joan and Rick Archambault! Tl)ey breeze.! out to the "Flame" to enjoy their anniversary dinner. Arnie Sorenson is proud to announce she's the grandmother of Crystal (Crissy) Siemienkowicz. A very young, pretty grandma she is, too. Heather May Hurst has a baby brother. He's James Andrew Hurst who was born on November 23rd weighing 7 pounds, 13 ounces. James Andrew's parents are Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Hurst of Lombard] paternal grandparents and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hurst of Forest Park and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clare Lastouvka of Berwyn. Ronnie and Jeanlne Carasella also of Lombard are happy to announce the birth of their daughter, Sonla on December 17th. Sonia weighed 8 pounds 5 ounces. Her daddy is a native of Forest Park and ooh la la! HER MOMMY IS FROM Paris, France! Paternal grandparents John and Evelyn Carasella from town. Some day Sonia will board a big jet and fly to Orly Airport where grandmere and grandpere will be bursting with anticipation to see her. Mike and Nancy Walker of Ft. Myers, Florida, announce the bind of their daughter, Maureen Michele, on December 1st. Mum-en weighed In at 6 pounds 8 ounces. Mike and Nancy are well known former residents of Forest Park where Mike was Advertising Manager of the Forest Park Review. Sean Marshall Bryan arrived in time for the Christmas sewn m, December 12th. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bryan of Ivanhoe. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Lloyd of Ferdinand Ave. and Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Bryan of Maywood. Sean also ha.-, a great-grandrmther, she's Mrs. L. D. Wang-'of "Ferdinand Av.. Belated congratulations to the Stanges, Linda on n,. birth of their daughter, Melinda. Makes me feel like somehr,<]\'., grandmother. Jerry Hardin, 5th grader at St. ' uke's has his knee in a cast in; Christmas - and such a fancy narnp his injury has "Osgi.n.i Slaughter's Kiieo", that's a real knee's disease. 1st Lt. ami Mrs. Timothy X. Lane came in from Klngsville, Te.\...-, to :;|iHid the holidays with their families and friends and aK. i celebrate their first wedding anniversary on Dec. 27th. Lt. Lai,, wife is the former Miry Lynn Waters of Hammond, Indian... Hi- mother is Mrs. Edward Lane of 900 Marengo Ave. And now, back to the punch bowl. Have a Merry Christina.-, an.: .. wonderful holiday season! Cheers .- rlic.r.i. li.i/)|>v £rrciin»* unit lii-iirlli-ll ^r.ililiide in .1 MHII> of (.liri.-limi.s riiriT In pmil iricniU ami rii-lnin r- JORDAN PAINT MFG. CO. 725O Franklin St. Forest Park FO B-O195 READ the REVIEW It's for You

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