Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on March 3, 1971 · Page 12
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FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1971, PAGE 12 ><a^cy<2^c»o<a^a>- MARCH is the mm up month of the year.. ^ but one of the touaneit on uour ctotneA . .. THIS IS THE TIME WHEN WARDROBES NEED A LIFT • ... THIS IS THE TIME TO SEE ZIMMERMAN'S DRIVE-IN CLEANERS Drive-in Corner CIRCIJE & ROOSEVELT ALWAYS ADEQUATE PARKING 366-0012 HOURS: DAILY 7 : 30 to 6:30 Sat. 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. CLOSED WEDNESDAY'S AT NOON [AJe Car*? about uour clothe* asses iway •x RICKARD, ROSE, 66, of Tucson, Arizona, formerly of Forest Parkj passed away February 26. Survived by her husband William; daughter Mary Lou Magness of Tucson; brothers Albert Blasius, Rudolph, Henry, Fred all of HI. and Walter of Wise.; sisters Helen Kresin and Louise Insley, both of 111.; five grandchildren. Eastern Star service Sunday at the chapel. Funeral was Monday, March 1st with interment at Tucson Memorial Park,. East Lawn. ED. NOTE: Mrs. Rlckard (nee Blasius) was a former resident in Forest Park for over 50 years, having been very active in community and church affairs and a member of a well-known Forest Park family. Receives Degree Robert B. Johnson, 235 So. Marengo, Forest Park received his Bachelor of Science In Mechanical Engineering. He was oneof approximately 124 students who completed requirements for degrees from Valparaiso University at the end of January. The mid-year graduates will be honored at VU's 97th annual Commencement on Sunday, May 30, when the May graduates will be awarded their degrees. THANK YOU I wish to express my appreciation to all who voted for me • and offer my heartfelt thanks to those who gave so generously to my support. Charles Le live It ***********************************, New R.N. Congratulations to Miss Jane Ellen Lejeck who in November of 1970, passed her Illinois State Board Examination and is now a registered nurse working at Ravenswood Hospital, Chicago, the hospital arid School of Nursing she graduated from. She is a graduate of Walther Lutheran High School, Melrose Park and St. John Lutheran School, Forest Park. Jane is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Lejeck, Forest Park. Electric self-cleaning ovens don't just clean the oven. They clean the broiler, too. Somebody has to clean that dumb broiler when it gets all gunkecl up with grease. And we thought it would be nice if it weren't you. So inside every electric self-cleaning oven, you'll find a self-cleaning broiler. Built together, right in the same compartment. So every time you turn the oven dial to self-clean, you •ini».ii"' : -illy clean the broiler, too. •>nd rags, and ammonia. •«a'ps. Without bending, scraping and scrubbing for hours on your hands and knees. Because we think that's something you can live without. i> C.K.CU. • Commonwealth Edison concern loi your lolal environment U.S.O. Compliments Legion Auxiliary The praises of Forest Park Unit, American Legion Auxiliary continue to be sung In the form of compliments received from Mary Lou Zurenda, Director of the USO Club, 30 N. LaSalle St., for the many contributions made to the Club during the past month. To quote Miss Zurenda, "everything was most appreciated, the cakes, cup cakes, brownies & especially the fresh fruit. We never get enough of that and it does not last long here. The members of Forest Park Unit, American Legion Auxiliary are one of the most kind and loyal groups to assist us here in the Club. They never forget us and are always aware of our many needs." We would like to acknowledge publicly the continued Interest of folks such as Harriet Kern of the Forest Park Womans' Club, Mrs. Mabel Schauberger& Mrs. Peggy ' Gustafson, who always take time to bake a cake or some other delicacy the day we make our monthly visit tp the USO. Then, too, many of our own Unit members are constant in their interest in the program. It is the .chairman's belief that our Unit has established some sort of a record in a program of this kind, for we have serviced the USO, monthly for nine years. Garden Club On March 10, 1971, the Forest Park Garden Club will install Lorraine Holmes as Vice PresiT dent and Ruth Nelson as Secretary. These two women will hold office for the next two years. The program will be a Conservation discussion and a display of Forced branches. Hostesses will betheMesdames Rizzo, Forst, Thlesse, Miller, and Schwebl. On March 22th, members and their guests will bus to the New McCormick Place for the 1971 Spring Flower and Garden Show. A Forest Park Garden Club committee, consisting of 8 women with Josephine Voss as Chalr- . maiyhas been formed. This committee has been meeting at various members 'homes working on an entry for the flower show. They are entering Into the "Artistic Design" division. On February 10th, 26 members and 1 guest attended the meeting. After election of officers, Mrs. Lanasa, President, read the annual report. After a Valentine exchange, the valentine arrangements were judged. The winners were Mildred Hornack, 1st, Charlotfe „ Lanasa, End, Dot Dylewskl, 3rd, and Theodore Wang, 4th. Instead of the ususal ribbons, the women all won small prizes. ;

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