Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on January 27, 1971 · Page 24
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 24

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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1971, PAGE 24 20 Years Ago Today Lady Knorkers Club Holds Anniversary and Installation Ceremony The IStk annual banquet and installation ceremony of the Lady Knorkers club was held last month at^Mangam's Chateau Theatre restaurant. New- officers in Mrs. Clara Schwader, president; Mabelle Johnson, rice-president; Betty Alticinson, secretary; I Ida Lynch, treasurer; Lorraine Crowley, courtesy; Ann Morello, Elimbeth Reinke, Mildred S trader and Esther Pries, directors. installed wer« scribe and WHEREVER THE FUN-ROUTE TAKES YOU... ENJOY IT MORE WITH A LOW-RATE VACATION LOAN FROM FOREST PARK NATIONAL BANK No need to put off that wonderful win- ter trek-or any winter vacation. If a temporary personal loan will help in your plans to complete that dream, then drop by our bank. Everything can be conveniently arranged to fit your budget . . . also check abour*bur regular Vaca- tion Club plans. Visit us today. SCHtDUU OF INSTALLMENT UNDHM DC*ARTMINT HOURS MONDAY , TUMMY WIDNISDAY . _» A.M. to • P.M. THUUDAY , _» A.M. to 4 P.M. -NOT OPIN SATUUAY . » A.M. to 4 P.M. 9 A.M. to I P.M. _f A.M. to II NOON NATIONAL BANK 7348 MADISON STREET, FOREST PARK, ILLINOIS SUBURBS: FO 6-0376 CHICAGO: IS 8-2061 All Deposits Now Insured to $20,000.00 by The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation A FULL SERVICE BANK Remember When By Carol Hacker REMEMBER WHEN??? What is a newcomer? This is a woman just like we were at one time or another unless we grew up in this town and settled here after marriage. The newcomer finds herself IIMI strange and uncertain .environment. What are their needs? Who do they turn to for help? Some of their needs are simple every day things such' as 'where is the nearest grocery story, how to get help in an emergency, to locate facilities for cleaning clothes, show repairs and general shopping. Most of these are common ordinary things that only help everyone to lead comfortable lives in a community. Where can they get help? From a neighbor or a friend if they have one close enough to ask. The Newcomers Club is one of the best sources of this help! Wouldn't you like to help also? As long time residents, you take for granted where everything is. Think back to when you came to this community as a new bride or as a young mother. Have you forgotten what it was like. Maybe not. Well, here's your chance to help us to make a newcomer feel more at home In strange surroundings. Sometimes just a friendly word or a smile helps. It also gives us a certain satisfaction to know we helped a little. Won't you join us In trying to make our community a little nicer place? NEWCOMER MEETINGS are the THIRD TUESDAY of the month. We meet at the First United Church of Christ, 1000 Elgin Ave. at 8:00 p.m. To the newcomer, what better place to meet a new friend who is willing to help you. We open our hearts and our doors to you so please come! GLASS? MIRRORS? Call TAYLOE Glass Company VI 8-0751

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