Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on January 6, 1971 · Page 7
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 7

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 6, 1971
Page 7
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1971, PAGE 7 PLANNING TO BUILD OR REMODEL? We solicit your inquiry before proceeding with your building project or alteration. Residential • Commercial • Induilrial CARL REICHE, JR. Carpenter & Gen. Contractor ' 529-3583 6 No. 287 Rosedale Roselle, III. WISH I'D SAID THAT Making plans for the future is often a way to escape work for the present.—N. DeVane Williams, Holmes County (Fla.) Advertiser. Dedicate your life to pub, lie service. You might get your face on a watch.—Ray Savage, the Thermopolis (Wyo.) Independent Record. Bacall's COUPON SALE Garments Cleaned for the Price of When COUPON is Presented with GARMENTS to be CLEANED & PRESSED. Lowest Priced Garment SAVE 331/3% CLIP THIS COUPON This COUPON Entitles Bearer to GARMENTS CLEANED & PRESSED for the Price of Lowest Priced GARMENT ^ /£ Bacall Cleaners 7416 Madison St*, Forest Park FO 6-2450 Talk of Tke T own by Jackie Schulz 3M-4SI5 FRANK LILIENTHAL is proud to announce the engagement of his daughter PHYLLIS to JAMES H. BARTS, sonof ELMER BARTS of Sheboygan, Wisconsin on Christmas Day. Phyllis is now teaching second graders at St. John's Lutheran School here in Foresf Park. James Is employed in Sheboygan. June 19th is the date they've set for their Sheboygan wedding. And another HEMSTREET is planning to fly from the nest. TOM became engaged to RHONDA SUNDQUBT, a lovely young lady from DesPlaines on Christmas Eve. There seems to be a growing family tradition of announcing engagements on Christmas Eve over there. Tom is returning to college after a four year bout with the working world. Good Luck! A March 27th WEDDING IS PLANNED by BEVERLY SINGER and MICHAEL COLOMER, son of MR. AND MRS. THOMAS COLOMER of Maywood. The engagement was announced at a dinner party'given in their honor by Miss'Singer's parents, MR. AND MRS. VERNON SINGER of Hillside. The Singers were former\residents of Forest Park, and Beverly'is the granddaughter «f MR. AND MRS. EDWARD F. KRAL of Marengo Avenue, Forest P.v-k. Miss Singer was a 1965 graduate of Proviso West and'is employed as a secretary. Mr. Colomer is a '64 graduate of'Proviso ! ast and is now a police officer for the village of Oakbrook. " Friends of MARY SCHMIDT will want tci drop a get well card-to her at Oak Park Hospital where she is recuperating. HARVEY SCHWARZBACH looks very distinguished in his Florida tan. He and MRS. SCHWARZBACH en joyed the holidays in their Miami Beach condominium. Pretty nice, huh? And speaking of condominiums and such, Hey there-you, up in those new hi-rises - we love you, honest. You are an important part of the new life in this town. Please register, find out all you can about the candidates, and vote in our upcoming elections. You can register at the Village Hall from now til Jan. 19th/ Former Forest Parker ED KRAL is the new swim coach at North Central College. His job there is to mold a team from only 12 candidates, 5 of whom have never swum competitively before. Ed's coaching experience includes Hinsdale South High, Brother Rice in Chicago and Revis In Oak Lawn. He graduated from Fenwick/got his bachelor's degree from the U. of L and recently earned his master's from Northern Illinois. Good luck at North Central, Ed! If your least-favorite holiday spread is the one you're still carrying around your middle, the Oak Park "Y" might be what you need. Beginning January 13 and running for eight following Wednesdays will be a "Slimnastic Class". At 9:30 a.m.there'llbe exercising, volleyball, badminton and a swim in the pool. If you still have tiny ones at home, there's a nursery school instructor on hand to fill their time profitably while you're groaning off the poundage. There's a 7:15 p.m. class for us working "chubbies", too. If charm is what you lack (not / YOU, honey) there's even a "Diet-Charm" course which starts ] Monday, Jan. llth at 9:45 a.m. and 8:15 p.m. This runs through ) March 1st and wUl be taught by a Patricia Stevens graduate. This course will Include diet, posture, walking, current accessories, updating last' year's wardrobe (How about 5 years ago wardrobe?) lengthening of skirts, skin care, make-up, the worksl For more information call the "Y" 383-5200. Keep your eye on the "Review"- for your invitation to a "Candidates Night", courtesy of this newspaper. You're all invited to come and size up these worthy candidates and decide which ones will get your vote. We'll tell you about the time and place next week. Don't forget to include me in on your parties, "happenings" and .whatever-not that I'm looking for an invitation, just want the flews,,, for this column. Thanks. January 1971 V.V.C. JANUARY-19V1 iiere's to our friends, you who rally around, Applauding our songs and approving our sound; _P_eace in the New Year is our wish for you; PJenty of love that you've found tried and true; _Y our health we now toast, both in wine and in song; Jj. othingbu^ gladness t6 follow along; " JLyerythlngbld that you love, may you keep; JV ith just enough new to add spice to your heap; X°unger ([ ian springtime we hope you will-stay; _£_von as old years keep passing away. A 11 this we wish you in seventy-one; JLlnging ourchordsto a year filled with fun. THE VILLAGE VOCAL CHORDS , . | , ' «,' wim**" 1 .V'''.. <*" „;,• '»•*• fw " ,^

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