Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on March 10, 1971 · Page 19
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"Curtain Going Up" in Rehearsal by Hank Steerman & Mari Brutto The Teen Club of Saint Bernardlne's Parish in Forest Park is currently in rehearsal for "Curtain Going Up", a 3-act play by Gregory Johnston. The story. revolves around a group of high school teachers and their students who are,organizing the school play.Membersof the cast include: Brunella Greco as the school's drama teacher and directress of the school play; Peg Gillian, portraying the stage-struck student, Larry Fuller, who captures the lead role in the school play; Ro Lamb as Miss Nancy Leveridge, an ambitious and zealous student, vying for the admiration of her fellow students and striving to achieve popularity; Jean Isdale as Miss Carolyn Moran, the syrupy-sweet teacher stereo-type; Mary Steermann as Miss Henrietta Rivers, the typical spinster, and stuffy senior class sponsor; Mary Jo Lynch playing Elsie Hunter, the brash, outspoken young woman who is the stage manager for the play within the play; Angie DeRubis as Sylvia Moore and Kathy Gallagher as Jan White, both typical high school chums who think, speak and act of one accord; Dorothy Madden as Janet Young, the scatter-brained hero-worshipper; Janice Janney as Kyle Roberts, a domineering character, theatrical and flamboyant in style and manner; Richard Cote as Mr. Norman Carter, the suave and charming journalism teacher and romantic interest of Miss Burgess; Ed Connelly as Andy Fullbright, the student who plays the father of the heroine in the play within the play; John Curran as Jack Guthrie, the attrlctive actor type at whom Nancy Leveridge directs her attentions; " Joe Madden as Milt Sanders, a brash, unpolished student - the school clown: Tim Gillian, portraying Buck O'Hara, the stereo-typed shy, ath- " letlc hero; • George Isdale as Mr. Tony Peterson, the grouchy but grandfatherly concerned janitor of the high school; Pat White as* Mr. Richard Leveridge, the dignified and conservative businessman, pushing his daughter, Nancy, to be the best In every field she enters. Performances of "Curtain Coining Up" are scheduled for the weekend of March 26, 27 and 28 at St. Bernardlne's Parish Hall, Elgin and Harrison, Forest Park, The Teen Club is well remembered for Its performance last year of "The Egg and I" and looks forward to an equally successful opening this Spring. FOREST PARK BAPTIST CHURCH HARLEM AVENUE AT DIXON STREET, FOREST PARK, ILLINOIS Pastor: ELTON O. KIRSTEIN Church Office 366-5091 MARCH 14th 11:00 a.m. The Joy of Children 6:30 p.m. Our Mind - God's Gift ROGER WILLIAMS Bookstore 7308 Madison St. Forest Park 771-8272 See us for BIBLES-BOOKS- CHRISTIAN FICTION ••••^^••••••••••^V^^^B BOOKSl an a Gilts ior your Home FUNERAL HOME NATIONAL SELECTED MORTICIANS 203 SOUTH MARION STREET - OAK PARK EU 3-3191 Since IMC AI-Anon Quiz The Al-Anon Family Group In Forest Park is for those who are affected by another person's drinking. The following short quiz determines whether the non- alcholic needs the type of help offered by Al-Anon: 1. Are you worred about the alcoholic's drinking when he is away from home? 2. Is it difficult for you to believe alcholism is an illness? 3. Dp you blame yourself because he is an alcoholic? 4. Did you ever pour liquor down the sink or hide Ills money to make him stop drinking? Those who answer "yes" to one or more questions will probably benefit from the Al-Anon program, the group said. The group, which meets weekly, is based on discussions, literature and self-help guidelines. • There is no admission charge. For information concerning the local group call 848-2707. FOREST PARK REVIEW,' WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1971, PAGE 19 In Our Community Bj Elsie Kehn Obituaries BARNES, EDDIE P. Devoted husband of Golda (Powers). Fond father of William and grandfather of 3. Visitation was at Zimmerman Si Son Funeral Home. Funeral at Bevter, Missouri March 10th at 2:00 p.m. HOWARD, FRANCES E. formerly of Forest Park. Devoted wife of the late William. Dear mother of John L. and Gilbert A. Howard and Judith A. Sykes. Grandmother of 13. Dear daughter of Agnes Roberts and the late Walter Davis. Fond sister of Virginia Wade and Sue Hulln. Funeral 11:00 A.M., March 10th from Zimmerman 4 Son Funeral Home. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. KRUEGER, GERTRUDE (Trudy) of Forest Park. Beloved wife of the late Harry. Dear mother of Walter Paul (Ann), Evelyn Clara, Erwln Henry (Pauline) Krueger. Loving grandmother of William Charles, James Edward, Thomas Paul and Erwin Henry, Jr. Fond sister of George and^ Paul Ottmann. Funeral, MarclT 12th, 1:00 p.m. from Zimmerman & Son Funeral Home. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Visitation after 2:00 p.m. Wednesday. When the spirit soars homeward Zimmerman^ I &Son \ FUNERAL DIRECTOR: [ 7319 Madison Street Frederic D. Ehringer,] Director phone 366-2200 Find the strength for your life... Above, Dan Bright explains to the boys the importance of the hinge- bottom floor. These houses are for. SPARROWS only. You don't have to have a lot of time to spare - but a little helps. You don't have to have your own children - others will do. You don't have to share a lot of love - but a little goes a long way. This is the motto of DAN BRIGHT, 7647 Monroe Street. He hasn't much time, no children of his own, but a lot of love for all of them. Dan has worked with some of our community children on a birdhouse project and although it is for the birds, we all know better. It is a project for the wellfare of birds as well as people. As we all know, birds eat Insects and therefore we can eliminate pesticides. And if we can eliminate pesticides, we can eliminate pollution. But there is more to this than the bird can see. If we have projects for children, we keep them off the street. And if we can keep the children off the street, we know they are busy doing something. . And - if children are busy doing something, they must be learning something - and this is just what Dan Bright had in mind - that something. That SOMETHING has now become various types of houses, that Dan designed. There Is the bungelow, conventional and the A-frame. They are also designed with an easy-cleaning, hinge-bottom floor. Dan and the boys are using scrap lumber and crates. They have learned to use tools, read blueprints.and master a skill; but more than that, the boys love It and are happy. Who knows, maybe some of them will choose the trade of a roofer because the birdhouses even have a roof decked with roofing paper. Our hats off to a man that shares his love and enriches the life of children but more than that, keeps them busy with a worthwhile project that boys don't forget. Avove the "Building Crew" of birdhouses. Left to right: Dan Thiesse, Tom Kelm, Charles Sahly, Dan Bright, Mike Sahly, Tom Malone, Joey Malone and Vince Malone. LEGAL Applications for absentee ballots for the Board of Education Election on April 10, 1971 maybe securedfrom Mrs. Jean Zellnske, at the District Office, 939 Beloit Avenue, Forest Park, Illinois, during regular business hours of 8;00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. as follows: Personal Applications between the dates of March 11 and April 7, inclusive. . Mail Applications between the dates of March 11 and April 5, inclusive. For additional information relative to absentee voting, contact Mrs. Zwlinske in the Superintendent's Office or telephone 366-5700. BETTY REICH Secretary, Board of Education School District No. 91 3/10-3/17 -RELIGION IN AMERICAN LIFE Worship

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