Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on March 31, 1971 · Page 7
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 7

Forest Park, Illinois
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Wednesday, March 31, 1971
Page 7
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BBOC3Q MARCH 31J1971, PAGE 7 KX9OOC xsoooo ELECT BILL DUNNE for PARK COMMISSIONER of the VILLAGE of FORE'STPARK Election Day April 6th at The Park Building for car service call 36G-0974 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Young Careettes Looking For Members ATTENTION YOUNG WORKING WOMEN — 18-35 Years of Age!! Are you looking for that special fellow? Are you waiting for HIM to finish school or his duty to "Uncle Sam"/ Are you married and working for a while before you start a family?. Are you married with a family and working? It's WONDERFUL to be women- no matter in what category wefind ourselves! Let's hope that in this '.'Women's Liberation" mania we never ever try or want to be "one of the guys"! As women we have special and unique talents - talents that I believe God wants us to PUT TO USE in this an "ERA OF RESPONSIBILITY". Our nation need these talents to keep it free from violence, lawlessness, Communism and pollution. Young Women -much of the successful future of our nation lies ENTIRELY IN YOUR HANDS. Our nation has never been more ready and willing to accept capable, intelligent and responsible WOMAN leadership! Please, don't let the nation down by not being prepared. Why not join a group of young working women who, for the past four years, have been discovering many of their "hidden" leadership talents and have done and are doing constructive projects for the betterment of the world through their state and national federations? Call Naomi Hawkins, Membership Chairman, at 366-2657 for more information on .THE YOUNG CAREERETTES BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S CLUE YOU'LL BE GLAD —THEY'LL BE GLAD — AND OUR NATION WILL BE GRATEFULL!!! 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 of Oil * Bring in your car for a Tune-Up * Balance Wheels thrown off by winter ruts on a set of new Goodyear Tires * Replace worn out, rusted Muffler * Have Brakes Checked and Relined If needed TOM MOHR Service Station 7400 HARRISON ST. 366-0377 J••••••••••••••••< Big Savings Buy Now and Save. FULCO Lawnmower &Tool Rentals NEW SALES & SERVICE Lawn Maintenance & Snow Plowing Sharpening & Repairs open 9 6:30 7716966 7427 ROOSEVELT RD. ;*«**.*. •>..«*.*.•.*.4 Holy Week at St. John Holy Week, a time most important to Christians, will be celebrated • at St. John Lutheran Church, Washington and Circle, with daily Worship Services. There will be a 15-minute Morning Matins each morning, Monday through Friday at 7:15 A.M. The theme of these devotions is "What Did ,Tf;siis Do For Us." Half-hour Noon-Day Services will be offered eacli day, Monday through Friday at 12:10 P.M. Their theme, will be "Frightful Words of the Passion." Guest speakers will also be featured in three of the Services. Rev. Kenneth Schueler, of Concordia College, River Forest will speak on "He is Guilty of Death" on Monday. Tuesday, Rev. Donald Gourlay of St. John will speak on "Behold, the Man." Wednesday, the theme, "Let Him be Crucified" will be the topic of the semon, and the Rev. Max E. Heinz, also of Concordia College, will be the speaker. The guest speaker on Thursday will be the Rev. Kenneth Young, Ex• ecutlve Secretary of Missions for the Northern Illinois District, of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. His theme will be "His blood be Upon Us." On Good Friday, Rev. Erwln L. Paul will speak on the topic, "Save Thyself". A special Communion Service for the shut-ins of the parish will be offered Monday of Holy Week at 2:00 P.M. Transportation will be provided. The Holy Communion will be served in the pews. A Tenebrae Choral Service, featuring the combined Choirs of St. John will be offered on Tuesday night of Holy Week at 7:30 P.M. Many Lenten songs, reflecting the mood of the season, will be featured. On Holy Wednesday, there will be a Service with the Holy Communion at 7:30 P.M. The new Confirm ands will partake of their first Holy Communion at this time. . Two more Services of the Holy Communion will be celebrated on Thursday night, known as Maundy Thursday, the night in which the Lord instituted the sacrament. A Service of Holy Communion In German will be held at 6:30 P.M. and in English at 7:45 P.M. JMew Arrival It's a girl for Bob & Judy Flagg of Bellwood (formerly of Forest Park). Dana Lee was born on Tuesday, March 9, 1971 at Gottlieb Hospital. She weighed in at 6 Ibs. 12 oz. The happygrandr parents 'are Mr. & Mrs. Art Flagg of Forest Park and Mr. & Mrs. Joe Znorski of Bellwood. The greatrgrandparents are Mr. & Mrs. Elmer Mear and Mr. & Mrs. Earl Essig and the great- great- grandma is Mrs. Anna Blsson all of Forest Park. New Arrival FIVE GENERATIONS It's a girl for Santo & Candy Qualigia. Lisa Ann was born on Wednesday, March 10, 1971 at Loyola University Hospital. She weighed in at 7 Ibs. 7 oz. The happy grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. Harry Graley of Oak Park (formerly of Forest Park) and Mr. & Mrs. Santo Qualigia of Chicago. Great grandparents are. Mr. & Mrs. Elmer Mear of Forest Park and Mr. & Mrs. Tony Schurpiat of South Bend Indiana. Great - great grandmother of the fifth generation is Mrs. Anna Blsson of Forest Park. Talk of-TLe T own by Jackie Schulz Please call MRS. JOHN CONNOLLY - FO 6-1844 or MRS. WILLIAM WEBER - FO 6-2590, of "Operation Friendship" (a project of the Forest Park Women's Club) and give them the names and addresses of boys who are fighting over In Asia. These two women fill 2-pound coffee cans with things the servicemen need hut cannot get overseas such as hard candy, gum, baggies, kool-aid, pens, stationary, etc. Mrs. Connolly and Mrs. Weber now have 5 cans ready to send but at 'present, they have no on<.> to send them to so they arelmjk- ing for the names and addresses of some boys in our area. The JERRY CUHHANS have .mother JEREMIAH JAMES CURRANin • the family.- He was born March 23rd, the morning of the Chamber of Commerce Banquet but Jerry recovered in time to make the dinner and accept congratulations on Ms new son. CECIL REYNOLDS, the town brain, was home from Princeton for a few (lays with his daughter; wife PATTY and in-laws VI and JOHN HANLEY. P.F.C. JAMES ROEDER, son of MRS. ROSE ROEDER, 200 Elgin, celebrated his birthday recently. James is stationed in Seoul, •Korea. For his birthday, the U.S.O. presented him with a birthday cake! Last weekend was culture time around town. The MacDowell Association's presentation of "H.M.S. Pinafore" was absolutely great! BOB SMITH as the dotty old first lord of the admiralty was at least as good as anyone out of D"011y Carte. It was a thoroughly enjoyable evening. . The kids in "Curtain Going Up" at St. Bernardlne's seemed to be having as much fun on stage as the audience was watching them. Outstanding performances were given by the entire cast with special honorable mention to BRUNELLA GRECO who gave a very mature, poised performance. She's a freshman but you'd never guess it from watching her perform. Also special mention to JOE MADDEN, JACK GUTHRIE and TIM GILLIAN who, I felt, made you forget they were on stage aqjlng. Other superb Interpretations were given by GEORGE D3DALE, 1 MARY JO LYNCH, DOROTOHY MADDEN, ROSE LAMB, PEG GILLIAN, ED CONNELLY, ANGIE DERUBE, KATHY GALLAGHER, JEAN ISDALE, RICK COTE, MARY STEERMAN, JEANNINE JANEY and PAT WHITE. The play was directed by NANCY WOLF and DAVID DOWDLE, JR. who are also to be complimented on a professional job very well done. GOOD SHOW!! Happy 21st birthday to JOE NOVAK. Hemstreef Rally at Homers Everyone is welcome at Homer's Friday, y\pril 2nd. There will be a lively party for commissioner candidate Pat Hemstreet beginning at 7:30. Top notch entertainers will be featured, music, comedians, balloons, refreshments and lots of good companionship. It'll all be there to brighten your evening. There will also be a brief talk by the candidate. She is anxious to answer your questions and listen to your comments or suggestions about anything concerning the village. The entertainment Is sure to turn you on regardless of age or musical preferences. Barbershop harmony by the best groups In the country! The "Slngletones" - 2nd place medalists of Harmony, Inc. directed by Ruth Cells will start you snapping your fingers. In the picture they are Betty Somogyi, chorus president who sings lead; Holly Hogrefe, tenor; Cyndy Jefferson, bass; and JoAnn DuBois, chorus secretary who sings baritone. Complimenting the ladles will be Bob Haeger's amazingly talented men's chorus. Although recently formed, the boys will thrill you with their spirit and sound. Watching the director go through his paces is a big plus In the operation as you will see. You've got to hear this group! Levity by John Griffin will round off the evening whicli will be M.C.'d by Gene Hardin. See you Friday at Homers!! LEGAL NOTICE OF CHANGE OF DATE OF REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING FOR APRIL The regular monthly meeting of the Proviso Township High School Board of Education for the month of April 1971 has been changed from the 3rd Monday to the 2nd Monday and will be held in the Board room of the Proviso East High School, 807 South First Avenue, Maywood, Illinois, at 8:00 P.M. on "Monday, April 12, 1971.

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