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Park Forest South Star Newspaper Archives Feb 23 1975, Page 41

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Park Forest South Star (Newspaper) - February 23, 1975, Park Forest, Illinois Rush South Volunteer service is rewarded the Star sun., feb. 23, 1975 of b-3 fire squad unit seeks Gas Range Linda Hinckle was recently elected to the office of president by the women a auxiliary to the Richton Park fire department. Serving with mrs. Hinckle will be Mary Decker vice president Sally Adcock Secretary Linda Waitekus treasurer Mary Marsh Doris nuding and Dee Langford trustees Charlotte Sec Zyp Moeaki chaplain and publicity chairman and Annette Polletta historian. The auxiliary is seeking a Gas Range for the fire department Kitchen. Those who wish to sell or donate a Range Are asked to Telephone mrs. Hinckle at 747-3495. Membership in the auxiliary is open to All Richton Park women who Are at least 18 years of age. The group meets at 8 . On the third monday of each month in the Village firehouse located at Sauk Trail and Richton Square Road. Mrs. Polletta has been named chairman of the groups Spaghetti dinner which will be held at the firehouse from 1 to 6 Pun. On april 13. Olympia Fields girls to Model at style show Patti Gallagher and Janet flood members of the Tapassi Camp fire girls of Olympia Fields will Model fashions from the Apple and eve shop and the Little Colony shop in Tinley Park at the upcoming Mother daughter luncheon and fashion show for members of the Sauk Trail District of Camp fire girls. The event will be held at 12 30 . On March 8 at the Glen Wood Oaks restaurant in Glenwood tickets Are priced at $3.75 per person. All members of the Tapassi group will take part in the organizations grand Council fire to be held at 7 30 . March 16 at Rich South High school Richton Park. Seven area clubs to meet this week Pilgrim homemakers Pilgrim unit suburban Cook county homemakers Extension association will meet at 1 . Tomorrow in the Home of mrs. Stanley Davis 177 Westwood drive Park Forest. A tricks and trims will be subject of the Days lesson to be presented by Dorothy g. Landgraf Extension advisor. Women interested in attending or desiring further information about Pilgrim homemakers May Telephone 747-3269 or 747-0120. Park Forest Golden agers the Golden age club of Park Forest will meet at 1 . Thursday in Good Shepherd United protestant Church i Ikewood at Westwood to see a travelogue on the South seas. Transportation to the meeting May be arranged by telephoning 748-1468. St. Peters Fellowship a the dancing prophets a is the title for thursdays program of the women a Fellowship of the St. Peters United Church of Christ in Frankfort which will take place at 1 . In the Church Laporte and Ash streets. Cindy Hsu a Haug new town woman s club a program on a chinese cookery a presented by mrs. Cindy Hsu Chang will be featured at the february meeting of the new town woman a club of Park Forest South. Mrs. Hsu Chang owner of Yun sing company Blackhawk Street Park Forest will demonstrate preparation of Oriental foods and gifts talk about the use of the wok and speak about the chinese new year the year of the Hare. The meeting will be begin at 7 30 . Tuesday at the Crete Trust and savings Bank. Greeters for the evening will be Catherine Gardner and Pat Passeretti with Mary Kane Margo Kasen Sandy Logan and Carol Krueger serving As hostesses. The program beginning at 8 ., will be followed by a business meeting. Major topic of discussion will be the fashion show the club will present on March 10 at the Poison Apple in Park Forest South. Woman s club travel unit a wings to Germany and a the Danube will be the topics of discussion when the travel department of the Park Forest woman a club meets at 1 15 . Wednesday at the Park Forest Public Library Lakewood and Orchard streets. The meeting will be open to the Public. Those planning to attend have been asked to notify the hostess mrs. Guy Justis at 7411-3859. Countryside Garden club new officers for the coming year will be elected when the Crawford Colin tayside Garden club meets at 1 p in. Wednesday at the Church of Christ Hall 206th Street and Crawford Avenue Matteson. Adel Mistro and Rose Kavis will serve As hostesses at the meeting. Club members Are currently working on a Book of favorite recipes to be offered for Sale in the near future. Frankfort Democrat women new officers will be elected and installed when the Frankfort democratic women a club meets at 7 30 . Tuesday at the Home of mrs. Patricia Romb. T our methodist women join tutoring program 177 it Joe Orr he. Olympia Plaza 4 Livrago height i his i Siuth halted Plaza Hie ago he an Plum 183rd to it Rawford 4ve heritage Plaza country club Hill area residents who have donated from 100 to 4,000 hours of Volunteer service for the Rush presbyterian St. Luke a medical Center South were recently honoured at an awards banquet at in Chicago Heights. Included top left Are Viola Blanken Berger of Steger left4,000 hours and Virginia Lind of Homewood 3,000. Honoured for serving 2,000 hours Are left Center left to right mrs. Harry Mccallion Molly Heffelfinger and mrs. Doi Udd Michels All of Park Forest. Right at the top mrs. Harland Hanson of Homewood congratulates 1,000-hour donors left to right Audrey Sander of Olympia Fields and Norma Kaufer and july i it Ohr both of Park Forest 500-hour volunteers Center right Are left to right Lucille Wagener and Robert Berner both of Park Forest and Naomi Patterson of Olympia Fields 100 hours each were donated by Bottom left from left to right Joy Metzger Don Michels and Wilma Brenne All of Park Forest Emily Duffy of Monee and Bottom right from left to right Rita Peake of Park Forest Janet Vanderaa of Olympia Fields Lydia Pamler of Chicago Heights Mary Gorman of Monee and Bernice Vogel of Park Forest. Adults and youngsters Basic Reading on a one to one basis in Library Church or private Home settings. A workshop to teach the technique of tutoring will be held on March 4,6,11 and 13 at the Flossmoor Community Church from 9 . To noon. Information about the workshop is available by telephoning 799-3987 or 748-6576. To obtain extra copies of the Star please make request in person at any Star office within two Days of publication. Wanda Christian is auxiliary head Wanda Christian was recently elected to the office of president of the women a auxiliary to the Frankfort fire department. Serving with her will be sue Kroschel vice president Sandy Demski Secretary Peggy Janan Elunia treasurer and Debbie Henn publicity chairman. In the Park Forest Home of mrs. Ronald Casson invitations to St. Lawrence of Toole churches annual Emerald Ball Are hand addressed by from left mrs. Dominic Dean of Park Forest mrs. Michael Hetzel of Matteson the hostess and mrs. John Flaherty and mrs. Paul White both Park Forest residents. The dinner dance is set for 7 . On March 15 at Harvey Holiday inn. Four members of the Olympia Fields United methodist Church will assist in the literacy program offered by the South Cook Wili county chapter of literacy volunteers. They Are mrs. William Sanders mrs. Nicholas Whitney mrs. Howard Baker and mrs. Robert a Lebbius. Literacy volunteers teach what in the Mott att Jarliv depart men in any supermarket the produce department of Roume with it colourful Arraj of fresh fruit and vegetable. And today i d like to Tell you ome of the thing that Are happening in the world of produce to make it a better world for you. V treat Deal a already happened of course. More produce i bring marketed than Eier before actually something like fifty five billion Pound a annually bigger Anil better fruit Ami vegetable Are be Iii to grown. Thank to improved hybridizing and farming method. I hey Are reach Mic you in finer and fre her condition thank to improved Tran port refrigeration Ami More scientific control of both temperature and humidity in supermarket morale room. And More and More produce i being packaged of you know that the fruit and vegetable you take Home weren t pinched pawed and picked at before you got to them. I read Iii Ull supermarket offer Watermelon Cantaloupe and Honey Dew Licud in half. But in the near future Yon May find them quartered or lived for your convenience Lou Mav find peeled Orange and ready to eat Grapefruit halve packaged in individual Erving. And of May Wah and Tore your lettuce m the Container it come in Complete with draining vent Ami replaceable lid. Not Only that in the More i Tant future produce department May Haveko Light to give Yon the feeling that you be stepped outside into a Lush Lummer Garden even in the dead of Winter i Hoe Are Only prediction of Coure. What i True now i that you Are air cad enjoying the Bigge to be to finest fre he to produce on Earth. And i you Are shopping you Are Al of enjoying the greatest value in Tow n. About food Dominic of re Iden

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