Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on December 23, 1970 · Page 6
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 6

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FOREST MRK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, DECEM^i ". 23, 1970, PAGE 6 ion Auxili uxiliari "It is sincerely hoped that the holiday season of the folks who gave such tine support to the members of Forest Park Unit, American Legion Auxiliary in their program for Christmas at the U3O, will be that much brighter for having cooperated in doing something for someone else" Is the thought expressed by National Security chairman, Mrs. William Schlupp. Mrs. Robert Zawne of Elgin Ave., in her usual generous manner baked 11 pounds of cookies and 4 pounds of fruit cake; Mrs. Kern of the Fjrest Park Woman's Club remembered with a batch of homemade cookies; and the women of the Forest Park Methodist Church, under the guidance of M.-s. Rjy Rausch, baked 20 pounds of cookies. Tliese donations are gratefully acknowledged. list A Nought by FRANK MARLOVITS C hr 1 stmas Time makes us all more sentimental; more susceptible to tenderness for each other. But for all of this, we usually miss the real spirit of giving, thinking that Christmas gifts are bought, wrapped and unwrapped. Instead, the true gift for this Season Is warm, loving appreciation action toward another being, leaving a happy feel- Ing that makes life more exciting. This kind of present from the heart would be the true celebration in the meaning of the Man's Teachings Whose Birthday we try to celebrate. So, at this Christmas Time let us all give more of ourselves, and a trail of happiness will follow from Christmas to Christmas. We at ' MARLO TELEVISION SERVICE wish for you the most blessed of Christmases. 24 Hour Phone Service MARLO Television Service 366-4959 407 DesPlaines Ave V.F.W. Christmas Party The photo above is of the recent V.F W. Christmas party. Over 50 children in attendance received Christmas gift bags. Floyd Schultz did an excellent job as the long hair in the red suit. LEGAL • Voter's Registrations will be accepted in the Office of the Village Clerk, 517 Desplaines Avenue between December 17, 1970 and January 19, 1971. William Mc.V.-nzie, Village Clerk, reminds the residents that local elections will be held in February and A^ril of 1971 and anyone wishing to vote in same must be registered voters. In order 'to be eligible to register one will have- to be 18, lived in Illinois one year. Cook County 0- days and their precinct 30 days by February 23, 1971, the date of the local Primary Election. At Ytiletime, we extend to you our wish that merriment may brighten your happy home, all season long. Blough • Miner T.V. 7511 M.'.dison Street 366-2750 LEGAL T:ie next meeting of the Park District of Fjrest Pirk will be held on Th.irsday, January 14th at 8:00 p.m. at the Park Administration Bldg. The regular scheduled meeting of December 24th was postponed because of Christmas Eire. WITH US BOWLING ALL EVENING CHAMPAGNE FOR ALL BUFFET DINNER AT MIDNITE DOOR PRIZES TIME: 10 P.M. TO 3 A.M. HATS NOISMAKERS PRIZES MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOWI ! 366-0050 All for $8.75 Per Person GOLDEN'S BOWLERS CLUB, 77361. NAIISON ST., FOREST RAM, ILL. 3SB-0050 ANNE REMIAS Assistant Manager MERRY xjn our menu of wishes for you are second helpings of happiness, friendship and joy. Thanks. HARRTS Penny Lounge & Banquet Rooms 7802 Madison St. 366-5772 FRED ROSE, Iroviso lownsnip Clerk Merry Cfiristmas Happy New Yeai TO ALL! Circle Bowling Lanes 7244 CIRCLE AYE., Forest Park FO 6-1999

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