Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois on February 16, 1950 · Page 13
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Forest Park Review from Forest Park, Illinois · Page 13

Forest Park, Illinois
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Thursday, February 16, 1950
Page 13
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Thursday, February 16, , 19&D FOREST PARK REVIEW Page Thirteen^ MR. JEAN CAFARELLI former N.B.C. staff trumpet artist, featured on the / . , Breakfast Club and soloist with Paul Whiteman and Fiorito's Orchestra. Brass Instrument Instruction ' - —: at — ,: 6QO FERDINAND AYE. FOrest 6-0634 FQrest 6 T 0634 i Beginners twill be given nil aptitude test to determine nbllltij, and nil honest opinion, will be given. You'll avoid missing important calls if people can find your name easily in the telephone directory.^With extra listings you can Show your name under your home telephone, if it isn't now; List your name under two or more numbers where you can be reached; Show your name under your office telephone; , List numbers where you can be called after business hours. Such helpful extra listings ore available now in the new telephone directory for only 25c a month. Juet call your Telephone Business Office. But you had better hurry! The new directory goes to press very soon. (Sorry, but time prohibits any further addition of new listings in the Yellow Pages or classified section of the directory.) Check your present listing Please check your present listing to make sure it is correct. If not, your Telephone Business Office will be glad to correct it for the new directory. ILLINOIS BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Ernest Kolley, Here Half Century, Dies After Long Illness Funeral services were held Monday, Feb. 6, at Zimmerman's chapel for Ernest W. Kolley; who passed away on February 3; at the age of 67, after a long illness. Rev. Gerhard Gieschen conducted the services.-' Mr. Kolley came to Forest Park from Germany with his parents at the age of eight, where he.set- tled. He was confirmed at St. Paul's Lutheran church of Forest Park. In 1907 he was united in marriage with Miss Anna Fassl, at St..Peter's Ev. Lutheran church. A few. years after their marriage they built their own home at 7412 Warren, which is still the family residence. A woodworker by -trade, Mr. Kolley worked for many years at Barr and Collins. Later on he worked for Arrow Mill in Chicago and his many years of service were-terminated by illness. He was a good worker for his church, St. Peter's Ev. Lutheran, while in good health. An ardent bowler, he bowled for many years with .St. Peter's Brotherhood eague, and was well known for lis high scores and skill at the ;ame. He was an early member n the Forest Park Lodge, No. 1054, A.F. and A.M. and was active in this order until his illness. He was carried to his final rest- ng place by his three nephews, Trank Fassl, Henry Fassl and Anthony Kaschins; Henry Albrecht, and John and Philip Schneeberger, all three of whom spent their Doyhood as Mr. Kolley's neighbors. Interment was at Wood- awn cemetery. He is survived by his widow, Anna; three sons, Joseph of Maywood, Ernest of Bellwood, George of Forest Park, and one daugh- .er, Margaret Ohlman of Forest Park. Surviving him also are '.our granddaughters, Darlene, Janette and Carol Kolley and Joyce Ohlman i.two brothers, Paul of Detroit and Fred of Muskegon, and two sisters, Mrs. Emma Kas- :hins of Chicago and Mrs. Lydia Boelkens of Muskegon, Mich. re-Lenten Dance At St. Bernardino's We may not have the Village 3Iacksmith or the Sheriff and his )oys at our "Over Twenty Barn Dance"but we will have Homer md his Melody Makers, who will. :eep everbody happy and clap- of Thanks We express our sincere and heartfelt thanks to our many friends and neighbors ior thei: kind deeds and thoughts shown us in the loss of our wife am mother. The Stover Family Fractures Wrist Mrs,. Frieda Mittelhauser . Broadview, slipped and fell at Ferdinand and Madison, February 13, suffering a fractured wrist. MADISON-HARLEM FOOD STORE Popular Brands Froaen Foods 7208 Madison St. FO 6-4730 ping to the tunes of his four-piece orchestra. The Square Dance caller will explain all the 'calls and cottons will be in full swing. This gala affair wilt take place Saturday evening, Feb. 18, at St. Bernardino's hall, 815 Elgin. Donation, 75 cents. Make up a "set" of your friends and promenade over to join in the merry making. WM. E. BABCOCK & CO. 7302 Madison Street Next door'tolA&P DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS Pure wool sport yarn suitable for Men's, Women's and Children's Sweaters,. Mittens and Sticks. 2 oz. balls, regular 69c bail Babies' stamped Dresses, Kimonos and Sacques for ROSSI LIQUOR STORE 7504 Madison Street Free Delivery fO 6-4738 DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS Reg. $ Day Price Special 24 — 12 oz. Bottles PRIMA BEER $2.95 SJ ,95 5 — Quarts PRIMA BEER $ $1.00 1/5 Old Rose 40% Blended Whiskey $£.98 PLUS STORE WIDE SALE Don't Miss Jewel's Gigantic 5 C SALE Your Friendty Jewel in FOREST PARK 7404 Madison Street

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