Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on March 24, 1971 · Page 7
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loaont e wee ELECT BILL DUNNE for PARK COMMISSIONER of the VILLAGE of FOREST PARK Election Day April 6th at The Park Building for car service call 366-0974 World Of Ed MALGZYNSKI, R.Ph or Jim McCANN, R.Pk. to Z/OI* CAREFUL?. . .YES. . .BUT. . . It seems like a good idea to periodically warn parents about the many poisonous or caustic substances in the average home which are of danger to children. Parents should realize that a youngster who isn't quick to eat properly at the table may eat or drink anything imaginable when he is inside "exploring". If there are little ones under five in the house, store harmful drugs out of reach and keep a wary eye out for mother's things such as hair dyes and bleaches, nail polish & remover, perfumes and astringents. It is a good idea, also to make it a practice to trade where prescriptions are a specialty. For all your medical need, depend on RIERSON DRUGS 7328 Madison St. 366-087 HOURS: Mon.,Tue.,Thurs.,Fri., & Sat., 9a.m. to. 9 p.m. Wed., 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. CLOSED ON SUNDAY "Tiptoe Through The Tulips" The Ladies Auxiliary of the Fraternal Order of Police Oak Park Lodge #8 will present Its llth annual fashion show, "Tiptoe Through the Tulips" on Thursday, April 1st at Ferrara Manor, 5609 W. North Ave., Chicago. Cocktail hour will begin at 6:30 p.m. with dinner to be served at 7:30. Members will model lovely spring fashions from Renee's Fads & Fashions, 505 Madison St., Oak Park and the "new look" in men's attire will be worn by young men from the Turning Poynt, 6318 W. Cermak Rd., Berwyn, as well as some of the local police officers. Mrs. John Sullivan and Mrs. Arthur Grams, both of Forest Park, are serving on the com- 4 mittee. In addition to dinner and the fashion show, there will be entertainment and prizes. Commentator for the evening will be Mrs. John Tesar. Hair styles will be by the New Yorker Beauty Salon, 55447 W. North Ave., Chlbago. Mrs. Edith Fleming, President, announced that all proceeds will go into the organization's scholarship fund. Anyone Interested in attending may purchase tickets at $6.50 each from any auxiliary member or telephone VI8-7599 for further Information. On n apan. U.S. Air Force Sergeant Glen E. Hamilton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hamilton of 1414 Circle Ave., Forest Park, m., has arrived for duty at Wakkanai Air Station, Japan. Sergeant Hamilton, a communications analysis specialist, previously served at Karamursel, Turkey. A 1965 graduate of Proviso East High School, Maywood, ni., the sergeant attended the University of Illinois and Triton College at North Lake, Illinois. fa Mr. and Mrs. Henry Perger of Forest Park, announce the engagement of their daughter, Lynn Carol, to Gregg Warren Nybo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren C. Nybo also of Forest Park. Lynn is a 1969 graduate of Proviso East High School and is employed as a secretary at Laidlaw Brothers in River Forest. Mr. Nybo, a graduate of Proviso East High School and Western Illinois University, is presently teaching in Elmhurst. No wedding date has been set. Proviso East Letterman Club Host Awards Night Proviso East high school's Let- ermen's Club will host a "coffee and doughnut" evening in the student cafeteria for winter sports athletes and their parents, Wednesday, March 31, beginning at 6:45 p.m. The annual awards assembly will begin at 7:15 p.m. with Gene Mitz, member of the boys' physical education staff as master of ceremonies. Highlight will be the naming of Proviso East's "Most Valuable" senior athlete in wrestling, basketball, gymnastics and swimming. Following the program, team members will adjourn to separate areas where coaches will present individual awards in winter sports. I Get Acquainted Offer SHAMPOO & SET.... .50 Short Hair ures Kay s L.'oill 7516 MADISON ST. Open Tues. - Fri. 9 to 6 Sat. 8 - 5 Closed Moil. 366-9881 Appointments not necessary t Legislation on School Referendums Legislation was introduced in the Illinois General Assembly last week by Representative Ron Hoffman, prohibiting defeated school referendums from being reintroduqed within the same calendar year. Representative Hoffman indicates that voter reaction to constant recall of referendums Is overwhelming. "The wishes of our people are being violated by the constant resubmisslon of these defeated propostions", Hoffman stated. Properly prepared issues that truly portray the need are being passed and supported. However, the people will not tolerate the constant deluge of referendums that are thrust upon them without ' proper preparation or information. The introduction of tills bill keynotes the introduction of a proposed series of taxpayer protection bills to be submitted to the 77th General Assembly by Representative Hoffman. Because of need for this type legislation, Representative Hoffman invites all those interested to submit comments,- or recommendations to his office at 10353 Roosevelt Road, Westchpster,•Illinois.' '.-,. r'pXRK'REVIEW, WEDNESDAY^ MARCH 24. 1971. PAGE 7 1 alk 01 1 ne 1 o>rn . . « . . by Jackie Schulz Congratulations to MR. & MRS. JERRY CURRAN on the birth of their first child, a boy, 6 Ibs. 6 oz. Baby (not named as yet) arrived at 5 A. M. Tuesday, March 23rd at Loyola Hospital. Happy Birthday to you. You belong in etc., etc., to BILL McKENZIE last Monday. DON and ORLA GENENS were off on another one of their interesting week-end trips again. Down in Indiana near Turkey Run is an old fashioned maple sugar making settlement which was written up In the Chicago Tribune. They watched the boiling and sugaring-off and smelled the de- . - .. , --^^^» llghtful smells that go along with it All this took place In the woods near Park City and Rockwell and Billy Creek Village. At Billy Creek they saw many artists exhibiting their art work and crafts too. Also in this vicinity are many picturesque covered bridges. It was a most enjoyable way to get away from It all they reported. Still on the mend in local hospitals are PASTOR ROTH and FRED BACKER in West Suburban and CLARENCE SANDERS of Jake's, recovering from heart surgery at Saint Luke's Presbyterian. CAROL BYARS became MRS. STEVEN BATTERSBY last Saturday. She was a beautiful bride and KAREN RUDDwas a lovely and gracious maid of honor. CARL SCHWEBL is so excited about some new Labrador Retrievers which were born to BRANDY MORTON, dog of. BUD and VERONICA MORTON, you'd think he was their godfather or uncle or something. Carl says four of th,em are golden and four are red. Carl's a dog lover I guess, but JUDY has her hands full and I don't think there's a golden retriever in Carl's future. . MRS MIYAMOTO'S THIRD GRADE CLASS is on the move again. This time they were off to Bozo's Circus accompanied by the mothers of LAURA HEIN, BOBBY MADURA (I called him Billy a couple of weeks ago, sorry) and MARK ROSS. ROY SANDONE's sister GRACE SNYDER also went along to help. As the arrow skipped over the heads of the children, It almost stopped at Mrs. Miyamoto thinking she was one of the kids til the class shouted "No, she's our teacher!" Lucky winners on the show were-DEBRA STOVER, SCOTT BISLAK and MICHAEL LUCEY. Our friend RUTH THOMYS, a Chicago teacher is very faithful about entertaining her mother and her girlfriends from Altenheim. Once a week Ruth takes the ladies to Homer's wherfe they're treated royally and given little goodies they love such as that delicious garlic bread. The ladies include MRS. FREDRICA GRELL, MRS. MILA WE1SSMANN and MRS. MATHILDE PLANETZ. It's a baby girl for MR. & MRS. JOHN CENTER of 1103 Ferdinand. SANDRA LEE was born March 16 weighing 7 pounds 7 ounces. Her sister is SUSAN, age 10 and her brothers are JAMES age 7 and JOHN, JR. age 2-1/2. Proud grandparents are MR. & MRS. GEORGE HECKMAN of Chicago and her other grandma is "The Lady from 29 Palms" (now don't tell me I'm the only one who remembers that one) MRS. LEONA CENTER of 29 Palms, California! MR & MARS ROBERT DEACON are the parents of a son. He's JOHft ARTHUR also born March 16 weighing 8 pounds 15 ounces. John's sisters are TINA 7, ROSEMARIE 6 and LIBBY 3-1/2. Grandparents of the little fellow are MR. & MRS. WILLIAM DEACON, SR. of Maywood and MR. ARTHUR GIBSON of Elaine, Ohio. Two of our local college freshmen were home for the weekend BRIAN PATHE was in from S.LU. and BOB KRIEGER was in from Drake. Did you know who everybody's favorite delivery boy was? Of course you did — BOB HEMSTREET friend of all us old ladies, little kids and various and sundry others. He'll soon be bound for Germany. Changeover It's been a hard winter and hard on your carl NOW is the Time To * Change over to a Fresh Change * Take off Snow Tires and put -"""' on a set of new Goodyear Tires of Oil * Bring in your car for * Replace worn out, rusted Muffler * Balance Wheels thrown off hv wlntPi- ruts Have Brakes Checked and Relined if needed a Tune-Up Balance W by winter ruts TOM MOHR Service Station 7400 HARRISON ST. 366-0317

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