Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on March 10, 1971 · Page 9
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 9

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1971, PAGE 9 irlane up a /artu and . . . . CELEBRATE ST. PAT'S WEEK-END Wednesday, March 17th thru Saturday, March 20th at tL ul COUNT'S VILLA 7500 W. RANDOLPH FOREST PARK phone 366-9895 FREE BUFFET we will have NORA CAPPELLERI (The Atom Bomb) at the PIANO BAR • Swing to the tune of Modern .','•' Music,'Theatre ana tne Arts n>K "The Mouse that Roared," witty satire on power politics, will be shown at the Rosary College Auditorium on Friday,. March 12 at 7:30 p.m. as part of the Film Festival. The color fllm stars Peter Sellers playing three roles, the Grand Duchess, the Prime Minister and the Field Marshall of the world's smallest country, which declares war on the U.S. Admission is $1.00 at the door. Rosary College Is at 7900 West Division Street, River Forest. An off-Broadway success which won the Obie award for play- writing will be staged by the by Ruth Geils Rosary College Players on Friday and Saturday evenings, March 19 and 20. , The comedy-drama, "The Days and Nights of Beebee Fenstermaker" by William Snyder, tells the story of a girl college graduate who goes to New York with big ambitions and-what happens when she is exposed to life and must face the possibility of compromise. Performances will begin at 8:15 p.m. in the college auditorium at 7900 West Division St., River Forest. General admission is $1.25fstudents free with ID. ***** . . WALTHER CHOIRS TO PRESENT SACRED CONCERT - The Music Department of Walther Lutheran High School proudly announces the annual Sacred Concert performed by the choirs at Walther. This year's concert will be held in the inspiring new sanctuary of Trinity Lutheran Church, Park and Elm streets, Roselle. The concert will begin at 8:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 14. Featured will be the Girls Glee Club, a group of some thirty-six upperclass women; the A Cappella, a select group of 60 upperclassmen and women. Performing at the Informal fellowship held after the concert will be the Christian Minstrels, a folksinging group. Leading the choirs will be Walther's music director, Mr. Melvin Block. Accompanying the groups will be Trinity's music .director, Mr. Erich Bredehoeft. A free-will offering will be taken. The public is invited. - • ***** Nazareth Academy, 325 North Park Road, LaGrange Park, will present "Hello Dolly" on March 12, 13, 14, 19 and 20 at 8:00 p.m. Sister Mary Kay.Klckles, drama director, has trained three completely different casts for each of the three weekends. Many of the girls and boys in the casts are speech contest winners. Call 3540061 for tickets. Card of Thanks I wish to thank the Forest Park Police and Fire Departments for their prompt and efficient manner when I suffered a bad fall in my home. I will always be grateful for their kindness. Mrs. Helen Schrirer • *4* _ . » — . •'/ . , ' .- • > . t J ••» i t A * ~ • . _ • / 44. ^ mm ^m Miss Teen Ager Contest On August 28, 1971, the Illinois State Finalsofthe Miss American Teen-Ager Pageant will be held at the Holiday Inn-East, in Springfield. Girls from each area throughout Illinois will be represented. Presently Miss Pauletta Audas of Oak Forest is Miss Illinois Teen-Ager, having been crowned last August at the Illinois State Finals. Current National winner is Miss Kim Graham of Morrow, Georgia, A Miss Springfield will be chosen on Aug. 27 and she will go into the state finals, the following evening. The state winner, chosen on Aug. 28, will be flown, all expenses paid, with chaperone, to compete in the National Finals in Palisades Park, New Jersey in Sept. of 1971. A trip for state winners is planned to Staten Island, the United Nations Building and Statue of Liberty., Girls from 50 states will vie for the title of Miss American Teen Ager and be eligible for scholarships, trips and prizes, including a 1972 Dodge. Requirements are that the girls be between the ages of 13-17, single and an American Citizen. Contestants, however, must still be 17 on Sept. 11, 1971. Judging is for scholastic achievements, civic contributions, poise, personality and appearance. THIS' IS NOT A TALENT ORBATHING SUIT CONTEST. Nationally, this is the 12th year for the pageant and the 7th year in Illinois oldest and largest teen-ager pageant of Its kind in the nation. It is recognized by educators everywhere and cited in the Congressional Record for 'its outstanding contribution to our teenage girls. Any interested girls desiring applications may obtain them by writing the Official Certification Headquarters for the State of Illinois at 126 Bunn Drive, Rocktori,-'Illinois 61072. i 1

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