Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on March 31, 1971 · Page 11
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 11

Forest Park, Illinois
Issue Date:
Wednesday, March 31, 1971
Page 11
Start Free Trial

FOREST PARK REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1971, PAGE U Girl Scoufs Ccrcfeffe Troop 23 Visits Altenheim OFF THE RACK Is your business insurance designed to fit your needs? CustomPak is tailored just for you and puts all your business insurance into one flexible package. Call us today for details about this new insurance concept. Tiiylnilir REICH & BECKER 52 Years of Service 7419 MADISON ST. 366-0015 LJFE&CASUAUY • T'tJtmart ol Ttf flna Cuiallr & Surtly Co, and tit anOctattJ companm. Cadette Troop 23 took a ride over to Altenheim German Old People's Home Sunday, March 28th to become aqualnted and visit with the lovely ladles of the home. The Cadettes baked cookies and cakes and spent some time visiting and singing merry songs much to the delight of the residents. The ladles were so surprised to see the picture of themselves right away! They had never seen a Polaroid picture before! The Cadettes plan on visiting Altenheim regularly and hope to make a bond of friendship between the old .and the young. Troop 23 Is getting ready and all excited about their campout this weekend. It should be most Interesting and hectic. The Cadettes who were at Altenheim were The Brown twins, Camllle and Therese, Karen Nelson, Nancy Kallas, Marion Mohus, Janet Colgan, Cindy Rlppa, Gall Bacon and Patti Gustafson accompanied by their leaders Joan Rlppa and Blanche Mohus. Pictured are some of the Altenheim residents with several of the Cadettes of Troop 23, Forest Park. of Many thanks to Forest Park Firemen Harvey Heln and Tom Jenik and Policemen Fred Zimmerman and Jack Conklln for their prompt and most courteous service when we needed ambulance service for Erika C. Doering. Our special thanks to our neighbors, Pastor Paul of St. John Lutheran Church and Zimmerman & Son Funeral Home in our recent bereavement. Emil Doering & Family 922 Thomas Ave. Music, Theatre and tke Arts by Ruth Geili MUSIC THEATRE The vibrating sounds of jazz were heard at Elmhurst College last weekend and at Rosary College Monday night. ELMHURST hosted the fourth annual Midwest College Jazz Festival featuring 20 college jazz bands, combos and soloists for 13 colleges throughout the Great Lakes region. TRITON featured Al Conn and. Zoot Sims, two tenor saxophonists who started with Woody Herman's band as soloists with the Triton College Jazz Band. * * * ' This weekend there Is something for the kiddies as well as for adult theatre-goers. TH CHILDREN'S THEATRE OF CONCORDIA TEACHERS COLLEGE, River Forest will present "Little Red Riding Hood" by Charlotte Chorpenning on April 2-4. Performances will be in Geiseman Auditorium, 7400 Augusta Street, River Forest at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 2; 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 3; and 1:30 and 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 4. Admission is 25? for children, 50? for high school students and adults. Groups are advised to call the box office for advance reservations, 771-8300, extension 201 between 3 and 5 p.m. ***** And as for parents, THE VILLAGE PLAYERS open with "The Man Who Came to Dinner" Friday night at their storefront theatre at 441 South Boulevard in Oak Park. This is the famous Kaufman and Hart satiric comedy about the celebrity who disrupts the quiet small-town home life of the Stanley household. Call 383-9829 for reservations. • ' ***** THE VILLAGE ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS of Oak Park will hold its 17th annual children's art show and tea on Sunday, April 18th from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Oak Park Art League, 720 Chicago Avenue, Oak Park. Three professional judges from Chicago judge the exhibit and make the awards. Special awards of a ten week scholarship are given for the best of the show and in miemory of Arthur J. Lloyd, Jr. animal portrait artist, the best animal of the show. Ribbons are awarded in the categories; beginners to 10; beginners 11 up; second year up; semi-advanced; and advanced. ***** THE SINGLTONES quartet from the Village Vocal Chords were featured last Saturday night on the barbershop show at the beautiful Hemmons Auditorium in Elgin, followed by their after glow appearance at the Villa Olivia Country Cliib. The .quartet is making weekly appearances at all SPEBSQSA chapter meetings in Chicago area to promote the WC's May 15 concert, "Harmony in Bloom." SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDA TES RE-ELECT Harold Whelpley Charles E. Mariner Experience Capability Unity EDUCATION IS OUR BEST INVESTMENT Election SATURDAY, APRILlOth Vote at your LOCAL SCHOOL Noon to 7 p.m.

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free