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Y -qIDA,JANUARY 20, 1961 THE OBSERVER PAGE 7 Meeting at Df DIXON--The Sterling Deanery Council of Catholic Women will hold an open meeting at St. Mary school hall. Dixon, Wednesday, Jan. 25, at 8 p.m. The purpose of the meeting is to interpret the work of the Council to all Catholic women in the Deanery. Speak on Crime Prevention Dr. Lois L. Higgins of Cbi-facilitate the showing of "Opera- cago will speak on "Crime Prevention and Javenile Delin-tion Slides" by consolidating quency." Dr. Higgins has re-parish groups in relation to calved international acclaim for areas. With the permission of her unique accomplishments in host pastor', the following the field of criminology, soeio- s h "" " +1 " " lo - " Lc eatne has Dean p~anneo: gy ann aennquency control. I ~ A graduate of Mt. Mary college, ~:eb. 1--St. Catherine, Pro- Dr. Higgins received a mas-/phetstown. Guests: St. Mary, fer's degree in social work fromITampico, and St. Ambrose, Loyola university of ChicagotErie nnd an honorary degree of Doc-I re; 6 St Mary, Oregon Feb. 7--St. Flannen, Harmon. tar of Illinois Crime Prevention Guest: St. Mary, Walton. Feb. 8--St. Mary, Morrison. Guest: St. Patrick, Albany; and Immaculate Conception, Fulton. Feb. 9--Our Lady of Per- petual Help, Sublette. Guest: St. Mary; West Brooklyn. Feb. 13--St. Patrick, Rochel- le. Guest: St. James, Lee. Feb. 16--St. Patrick, Amboy. Guests: St. Patrick and St. Mary, Maytown. Feb. 27--St. Anne, Dixon. Guest: St. Patrick, Dixon. BARRINGTON AUXILIARY OF ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL--Pictured above are I. to r. Mrs. Margaret Lund of Elgin, acting director of nurses; Mrs. Charles E. Mallon of Barrington, out- going president of the Barrington Auxiliary; Mrs. Joseph Mueller of Barrington, newly installed president of the auxiliary; Sister Dolorita, administrator of St. Joseph Hospital, Elgin; and Mrs. Helen Miller of Elgin, director of volunteers at St, Joseph Hospital. (Photo by Paul Riggs) Feb. 28--St. Mary, Polo. 1--r 1 Dr. Lois L. Higgins Coincide With Regular Meetings. .H ~ ~n|.l~ll l tar of Laws /ram Mr. Mary col- This schedule has been set upl I JLUk ~ ~,JFI IL, IL, IbJL II lace, Milwaukee, Wis. to coincide with the re~,ular JL Lois Lundell Higgins, Diree- monthly meeting of the parish affiliate. The host parish society bureau and president of the .In- ternational association of Wom- en Police, Chicago, has receiv- ed numerous awards for civic efforts and accomplishments. The U. S. Congressional Record credited her with "arousing the nation to the spreading dangers of the narcotic traffic." Mrs. Edward Hoyle, president of the Sterling Deanery, invites all Catholic women to attend the meeting. There will be numerous displays and exhibits presidents include: Mrs. Oscar Morris, Prophetstown; M r s. Henry Leuzinger, Oregon; Mrs. Francis O'Brien, Harmon; Mrs. John L e e, Morrison; Mrs. Clement Hinkel, Sublette; Mrs. Floyd Nealis, Rochelle; Mrs. Ken Spitz, Amboy; Mrs. Dave Evans, Dixon; and Mrs. John Norris, Sterling. Nurses Meet At St. Joseph A U R O R A --- The Nurses Alumnae association of St. Jo- seph Mercy hospital will not meet in January, but will have it's first meeting of 1961 on Feb. 12 at 8 p.m. in the hospital. The December meeting was a Christmas party at which of- ricers for the new year were ELGIN--The Barrington Aux-[stalled officers, at St. Joseph iliary conducted business af-lhosNtal here. fairs, presented awards, and in-I Mrs. Joseph Mueller of Bar- orl les Workers In The Vineyard Community Chest Agency BY LISA FERRIS CATItOLIC CHARITIES STAFF For those with no knowledge of what social work really is, the author of the book "Social Work, An Introduction To The Field" of interest to all. The deanery b--laws will also be voted on at this meeting. Operation Slides February has been designat- ed for the showing of "Opera- tion Slides" in the parishes of the Sterling deanery. The slides interpret the organization of D.C.C.W its purpose, opera- tion, goals, and the projects un- dertaken by the various cam- S rington was installed as presi- dent of the Auxiliary, with the following slate of officers to assist her in leading the group in its third year: Mrs. Thomas Gayer, Barrington, vice-presi- dent and corresponding secre- tary; Miss Margaret Patina, Barrington, recording s e c r e- tary; and Mrs Howard Snyder, Lake Zurich, treasurer. A nomi- nating committee, consisting of Mrs. O. C. Sehnert, Mrs. Ken- neth McAloon, Mrs. John Cut- ler, and Mrs. James R. Berg, all of Barrington, was a 1 s o elected. Given Chairmanships Mrs. Louis McNabb and Miss Helen Kientzle, both of Barring- ton, were appointed membership chairman and publicity chair- man, respectively. WBBM, Channel 2, Chicago Saturday, Jan. 21 1:00 Picture for a Saturday Afternoon, "Slightly Honorable," S. 4;30 The Early Show, "Manhattan Heart- beat," A-II. 10:00 The Best of CBS, "Road to Rio," A-J. Sunday, Jan. 22 12:00 Picture for a Sunday Afternooi% "Magic Town," A-II. 10:15 The Late Show, "Orienlal Draam," A-II, 12:30 The ,Late, Lale Show, "Uncertain Glory," B. Monday, Jen. 23 4:30 The Early Show, "Shepherd of the Hills," A-II. 10:]5 The Late Show, "The Bride Goes Wild," A-II. 12:30 The Late, Late Show, "'Man on the Flying Trapeze/' A-I. Tuesday, Jan. 24 4:30 The Early Show, "Jungle Princess," A-I. 12:30 The Late, Late Show, "Hour Before the Dawn," B. WednesDay, Jan. 25 4:30 The Early Show, "Behind the Mask," A-II. 10:15 The Late Show, "Take a Letter Darling," A-II. 12:30 The Late, Late Show, "Never Say Goodbye." B. 10:15 The Late Show, "New York Confi- dential," B. 12:30 The Late, Late Show, "Till the Clouds Roll By," A-I. WISC, Channel 3, Madison Sunday, Jan. 22 10:00 THE CHRISTOPHERS 12:30 KNOW THE TRUTH ]0:35 Theater Three, "The Heat's On," B. Thursday~ Jan. 26 10:45 D.m, Theater Three, "Walk Softly Stranger," A-II. I : Friday, Jan, 27 10:30 p.m. Theater Three, "Desfinet on Tokyo," A-II. WMTV, Channel 33, Madison I Sunday, Jan. 22 12:30 THE CATHOLIC HOUR. 5:00 p.m. BISHOP SHEEN, WNBQ, Channel 5, Chicago Saturday, Jan. 21 2:45 Channel 5 Playhouse, "Jungle God- dess," A-I. Sunday, Jan. 22 12:30 THE CATHOLIC HOUR l:0O Feature Film, "Silken Affair," A-II. WOC, Channel 6, Davenport Saturday, Jan. 21 10:50 p.m. Premier Performance, "Blood DO the Tendon," A-ll. Sunday, Jan. 22 Thursday, Jan. 25 12:30 THE CATHOLIC HOUR 4:30 The Early Show, "Lucky Jordan," 11:15 p.m. Premier Performance, "King B andFour Queens,'" B. 10:15 The Late Show, "Greenwich V - Monday, Jan. 23 1age,'" A-II. 12:10 Movie Matinee "'Fiesta." A-I. 12:30 The Late, Late Show, "Caplains ofWednesday, Jan. 25 the Clouds," A-II. 12:10 Movie Matinee, "Fighiiog Coast Friday, Jan. 27 Guard," A-I. 4:30 The Early Show, "Duffy's Tavern," Thursday, Jan. 26 A-If. 112:10 Movie Matinee, "Hideout," A-If. E canary Meeting The first Elgin Deanery DCCW Board meeting of 1961 was held Jan. 12, at the home of Mrs. Joseph Smith, President, in Sycamore. New officers of the Board were introduced in the per- sons of Mrs. Joseph Schue, first vice president; Mrs. Gerald Canto, second vice-president; Mrs. Edward Bricker, secretary, and Mrs. John Hope, treasurer. Mrs. Edward DeBoer was ap- pointed parliamentarian. I Plan Open Meeting will be Jan. 31 at 8 p.m in St. To plan an initial Open Dean-IMary's Hall, Sycamore. T he ~ry meeting under the auspices meeting will include a talk by of the new administration was the purpose of the gathering. Parish presidents furnished brief reports. Outstanding among these was a detailed account of an ac- celerated program of activities in the new SL Thomas More Parish, Elgin. The representa- tive, Mrs. Robert Ollayos, dis- tinguished the close-knit work- ing structure of women-who as- sist the teachers as well as their i pastor in infinite duties at St. Thomas More. Meeting in Sycamore The Open Deanery meeting ice at the hospital to the follow- Barringtan, Mrs. Sylvia Ander- the Rev. Andrew Plesa, modera- tor. Each chairman will pre- pare a display describing the functions of respective commit- tees. Mrs. Sliney Speaker Mrs. Edward Sliney, Provin- cial Chairman of the Chicago Province, spoke briefly before she presented a thirty-minute showing of DCCW slides. These portrayed a variety of scenes defining t h e development at Catholic Action. Mrs. Slincy stressed the importance of Parish groups giving an ac- count of specific goals achieved. She advised that statements of accompiishments s h o u 1 d be channeled through th~ Deanery Board to the Diocesan Council. Essentially they need to shc, w progress toward fulfilling t h e Most Rev. Leras T. Lane's Four Friday, Jan, 27 !12:1~ Marie Matinea, "The Seat Hornet," A-f;. WITI, Channel 6, Milwaukee Monday, Jan. 23 4:00 The Early Show, "Joe Smith~ Ameri, can/'A-I. TuesdaY, Jan. 24 ~;00 Morning Movie Time, "Love Crazy,'* A-If. I0:5~ Tha Late Show, "'Hul!0haloe," A-II Wednesday, Jan. 2~ 4:00 The Early Show, "Tha Perfect Gentlemen," A-I I. 10:50 The Late Show, "1 "fake Th!a Woman," A-II. Thursday, Jan. 26 4:00 The Early Show, "Rage i~ Heaven," A-II, Friday, Jan. 27 8:00 Morning Movie Time, "The Mighty McGurk," A-I. 4:00 The Early Show, "Pilot No. 5/' A-l. 10:50 The Late Show, "The Beginning of the End," A-I. WISN, Channel 12, Milwaukee Saturday, Jan. ~I 11;15 o,m. The Big Movie, "Bittar Rice," B, Sunday, Jan. :~- 10:30 KNOW THE TRUTH 10:45 THE CHRISTOPHERS Monday, Jan. 23 10:~3 The Big Movie, "This Above All,'* Adl. Tuesday, Jan. 24 10:45 p.m, The Big Movie, "Mission to MOSCOW," A-If, Wednesday, Jan. 25 10:45 p,m. The Big Movie, "The Lad')' in Question," A-It. Thursday, Jan, 26 10;45 pro. The Big Movie, "Cry Wolf," B. Friday, Jan. 27 10:'15 p.m. The Big Movie, "Chain L;;#~f- ning," A-II. WREX, Channel 13, Rockford Saturday, Jan. 21 11:15 p.m. Encore Theatre, "Murder on Monday," A-I. 12:30 The Late Show, "Night Before the Divorce," B. Sunday, Jan. 22 10:IS SACRED HEART PROGRAM. 11:30 The Late Show, "Perfect Snob,'~ A-ll. Wednesday, Jan. 25 1]:30 p.m. The Late Show, "Devil's Harbour," A-I. Friday, Jan~. 26 11 p.m. MGM Star Theater, "gilHe the Kid," A-I. 12:35 The Late Show, "Mr. Mole's Gamble," A-ll. WKOW, Channel 27, Madison Saturday, Jan, 21 3:00 Western Playhouse, "The Dalton'3 Ride Again," A-I. 10:00 p.m. Fanfare, "Her Primitive Man/' Adl, Sunday, Jan. 22 10:00 Sunday Movie, "She Knew All tha Answers," A-11. 1:00 Fanfare, "Her Primitive Man," A.!! 10:30 p.m. Ten Thirty Theatre, "She Knew All the Answers," A-il. Monday, Jan. 23 10:30 THE CHRISTOPHERS 11 p.m. Eleven O'Clock Theatre, "Strange Woman," A-I I. J Tuesday, Jan. 24 11 p.m- Eleven O'Clock Theatre, "Gue3t jn the House," A-If. Wednesday, Jan. 2S 11 p.m. Eleven O'Oock Thealre, "Brida for Sale," A-II. Thursday, Jan. 26 11 p.m. Eleven O'Clock Theatre, "SO Well Remembered," A-If WTVO, Channel 39, Rockford Saturday, Jan. 21 10:30 p.m. The Big Movie, "Terror at Midnigl;h" Aql. Sunday, Jan. 22 10:45 p.m. THE CHRISTOPHER$ 12:30 THE CATHOLIC HOUR SUNDAY 6:30 P.M. "MAVERICK" JAMES GARNER JACK mittees, introduced. They are: Mary by H. H. Stroup explains it in this manner. "Social work is the To open the annual meeting Mrs. Earl J. Antoine, organi- Pawlowic, president; M a r y art of bringing various resources to bear on individual, group and Mrs. Charles E Mailon of Bar- zation and development chair- Clinton, Vice president; Joyce community needs, by the application of a scientific. method of rmgton reurmg presiaent in- man of the Sterling deanery, Bohr, secretary; and Marjorie helping people to help themselves. As a subject, social work is,', ' troaucefl bister uomrlt'a t n e has worked out a schedule to McCrea, treasurer, scientific as a practice it is an art " ' , i For those with no knowledge ---------~- Has ital in E1 in ha " ~~ ] ' "' ' new aammtstrator of bt. Joseph of what social work really is "'h- h-l-;--" ^f - h m a n in " "p - g ,w wemom- IT'S SO EASY TO I I C c pmg u ~ u eamememoersoimeauxidary the author of the DOOK "~oclal " " ann ex " " "" " Work An Inlynn, oH,~, m,~ q'ho/nee ' IS carried on in hospitals a pressea her manKs ior ~kJ N BANK BY MAlL I;itFieldin 'this" bYmannerH. H. Stroup, 'Social' explainSwork li cliniCStary orgamzauons,C urts' industrYzamny, . miliwei .- mree"their se,'vices~ Diner: 'votunteerThe presidents of groups, Park S}ate Bank now offers this new convenience. It r mrs. oonn wtmer ol me benior ~s the artofbrmgmg var!ous re-tfare agencies, (federal, state Auxiliary; Mrs. Frank G. Cum- lrl Save steps and time. Fill out special mailing a form, "sources to near on mmvmum, and local) American Red Cross nata cf the Junior League" =,~ enclose deposit and niail, r ~" g oup and commumty needs by ' I Travelers Aid socmtms, Imml- Mrs J. Shales of the El~in Asso- Banking Hours: Man Tues Thurs Friday me appucauon~ m a ;scientidc !grant agencies, institutions for elation of Insurance Women,~ -aI1 9:30 to 2:30 memoao: nmpmg people to neaP]the aged, handicapped children, lot Elgin, were introduced as Friday Eves 4:30 to 7:30 memseives. ~s. a suo}ec~:,sacral" ' schools and private a,encies~, [guests. 5817 N. Second Street Loves Park work is scientific, as a practice, such as th~ Catholic Charities. ; it is an art." Every human being has a Neighborliness Important wide range of needs and these must be satisfied to find happi- ness in a complex, often confus- ed, society. The ultimate goal of all these faithful "Workers In The Vineyard" is to help people to help themselves in finding the precious commodity called "happiness here and life after." Social change in our society is phil.osophical foundations. To so great, tha~ most people at one work to pray, to help to court her need th k nd , -jtime or anot e -i sel with infinite patience is the.ll " " ' ial a creating support whmh Sac secre~ oz every day case work. work agencies and socialwork- It is scientific in theory, but an art when the intended goal is reached in the spirit of charity, helpfulness and personal re- sponsibility. Just plain, simple neighborliness is as important as a specific set of theories or professional techniques. The art stems from good spiritual and Importance of Individuals i ers are able to provide. "Every The moral conviction that in-human being is something." We Mrs. Helen Miller of Elgin, the recently appointed director of volunteers, gave a narrative and statistical report of the Bar- rington Auxiliary's first t w o years and discussed plans for the coming year. Awarded Pins Sister Dolorita, assisted by Mrs. Margaret Lurid, acting di- rector ol~ nurses, presented pins for 200 hours of volunteer serv- son of Fox River Grove, Mrs. Arthur Miller of Palatine, and Mrs. Snyder. The 100 hour pin,- were award- ed to Miss Patina, Mrs. Charles Fries, Sr Barrington, and to Mrs. Donald Schultz and Mrs. Gertrude Armstrong of Elgin. Mrs. Mallon w a s presented the pastJpresident's pin by the new president, Mrs. Mueller. Although the Auxiliary, whose chief purpose is volunteer serv- ice to St. Joseph Hospital, was organized through St. Anne )arish in Barrington, its mem- bership is open to all women in the area that is served by St. Joseph Hospital. Brazil Mission NEWARK, N. J.--(NC)--Five Franciscan Sisters of the Poor left here (Dec. 10) to establish a social work mission among the poor in Pires do Rio, Brazil, where they will serve some 25,000 people in the area. Want That New Home!! dividuals are important, simply are unique creatures in creation. because of their humanity, We must live our lives with should be respected. This valua- hope and faith. Social workers YOU CAN -- THE MILES WAY THE BEST BUILD.IT-YOURSELF DEAL ANYWHERE Point requests. Closing remarks were made by Rev. Father Ptesa who en- couraged attempts to stimulate the imagination of the lay apos- tolate among Catholic women. KELLY Channel 13 WREX. IV "TAKE THE WHEEL , GET THE BEST DF. 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