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Sunday, January 26, 1947 THE OBSERVER EDITION OF OUR SUNDAY SITOR News Section--Fage 3 Catholic Groups Acquire 13 Surplus Army Chapels Washington, Jan. 20--(NC) -- Catholic parishes and institutions have received 13 of the 82 surplus Army chapels allocated so far to religious organizations by the Army Chief of Chaplains through the War Assets .d.ministration, according to an announcement here. Those receiving the Army struc- tures are : From Camp Hill, Va., Mother Theresa, of the Sisters of Christ he King, Danville, Va.; from.Camp :Howze, Tax., Christ the King Par- ish, Dallas; from Camp Myles Standish, Mass., St. Mary of the :Hills Church, Milton, Mass.; from Eagle Pass Army AW feld, Tex., Our Lady of Refuge Church, Eagle Pass, Texas. Also, from Cam!) Howze, Tex., St. Charles ST. CHARLES COAL & ICE CO. W. H. Parker & Son COAL, ICE and WOOD WILL-BURT STOKERS SALES and SERVICE 11th Ave. & G.W R.R. Tel St. Charles 57 Plumbing R. L. WAGNER Silent Automatic Oil Burners IRON FIREMAN STOKERS Office 849 -- Phones -- Res. 152 1t2 E, Mo;n Street i ii McCORNACK OIL CO. Oistr ibutors TEXACO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Stations Located At GENEVA BATAVIA ST. CHARLES S00 West Main 21S East Main Harvard THE FAIR DEPARTMENT STORE Tel. 363-R Harvard virgil Lumber-Coal Vincen| A. (Ku L rnin " [eed i I m plements A. I. ZIMMER FARM MACHINERY CASE .TRACTORS Tel. 3228 Virgil, IIIiooll "GENOA= Drugs BALDWIN'S PHONE 83 DRUG STORE EDGAR BALDWIN, PH. G R.'PH. Ed's Grocery Edward Brockman, Prop. Telephone 78 Genoa, III. San Jose Church, Fort Worth; from Chico Army Air Field, Cal., St. John the Baptist Church, Cifi- co, Cal.; from Gardner Army Air Field, Taft, Cal., St. Joseph's Church, Bakersfield, Cal.; from Camp Murphy, Fla., St. Joseph's Church, Stuart, Fla.; from Camp Barkeley, Tex., Sacred Heart Church, Abilene, Texas. A previous announcement had listed the other recipients: from Camp Grant, Ill., St. Bridget's r)arish, Rockford; from Ft. Clark, Tex., St. Mary Magdalen's church, Brackettville, Tex.; from Camp Adair: Ore., Sacred Heart Church, Oswego, Ore., Mt. Angel College, St. Benedict, Ore., and Father Car- berry Memorial, Silverton, Ore. Coming Events Rockford Jan. 27--University of Notre Dame Glee Club Concert--West High School Auditoriumspon- sored by St. Cecilia Music & Drama Guild of the Catholic Woman's League. Feb. 14--Annual Fair, St. James Scltool. Aurora Jan. 30--Card Party and Bake Sale, 1:30 p.m., St. Mary's School hall, auspices St. Mary's Altar and Rosary society. Feb. 8--Pre-Lentcn Dance--Our Lady of Good Counsel School sponsored by Our Lady of Good Counsel Parent-Teacher associa- tion. Feb. ll--Dessert Luncheon and Card Party, St Nicholas parish hall, 1:30 p.m., auspices St. Anne's Sodality. Feb. 13--Valentine Card Party and Style Show, afternoon and eve- ning, auspices Madonna Ladies Auxiliary. May 8--Annual Spring Lunch- eon, sponsored by Our Lady of Good Counsel Sanctuary sodality. Bristol Jan. 28--Card Party, Bristol Town Hall, sponsored by Altar & Rosary'Society of St. Mary's, Pla- ne, and St. Patrick's, Bristol. DeKalb Feb. 18--Mardi Gras, St. Mary's auditorium,, sponsored by Altar and Rosary society of St. Mary's Elgin Feb. 4-rCard Party, auspices of It. Ann's society of St. Joseph's mrish. Freeport Feb. 6  Valentire Card Party, t. Joseph's Hall, 8 p.m., auspices Ladies Sodality of St. Joseph's parish. Feb. 12--Social Activities--St. Mary's hall--8 p.m.--auspices St. Mary's Guild. Feb. 17 -- Social Activities, St. Mary's hall, 8 p.m., benefit of St. Catherine's church. Harmon Feb. 4 -- Pre-Lenten Card Party, sponsored hy St. Anne's So- ciety of St. Flannen's parish. Feb. 18 -- Pre-Lenten Card Party, sponsored by St. Anne's So- ciety of St. Flanneq's parish. Morrison Jan. 27--A11 Parish Party, St. Mary's parish hall, 8 p.m. Prophetstown Jan. 29--Card Party, auspices of St. Catherine's Altar and Rosary society. St. Charles Feb. 18--Ammal Slrove Tuesday Card party, St. Patrick's parish ball, sponsored by St. Patrick's Mothers' Club. Sterling Jan. 29 -- Parish Party, St. Mary's Sclmol auditorium. Sublelte Feb. 5 -- "Smoke," St. Mary's school hall, sponsored by the Holy Name society of Our Lady-of Per- petual Help parish. University Launches New Program Of Internship In Industry, Labor Chicago, Jan. 20--(NC)--A new :program of internship in labor and :industrial problems will be inaugu- !rated by the Institute of Social Administration at Loyola Univer- sity here in February of this year. Under the program students will be given the opportunity to gain practi;:al experience in industrial relations, personnel administration and ].abor. The institute, which was founded in 1941, is making arrange- ments with business firms, public agencies and labor unions for ap- proximately 225 to 250 hours of internship for each student inter- ested in the program. UNDERSTANDING CHILDREN SPONSORED BY THE IOWA CHILD WELFARE RESEARCH STATION The Lady Bug Tom and his mother were walk- ing leisurely across the well-trod- den path in the park. After one quick step Tom exclaimed gleefully, "Killed a buff, Mom. Squashed her dead." No truer words were ever spoken. The remains of the bright red little lady bug were now well-pressed. Respect for living things? Not much at Tom's age. What should the mother say and do? Should she pay no attefition, merely say- ing, "Now be l:areful, Tom. Watch where you are walking." Should she blame him with, "You bad boy, what did you do that for?" She could moralize with, "The poor little bug, you've killed it" until Tom would gladly glue himself up to the Lady Bug police! Or she could take action immediately and smack him just hard enough "To remember not to kill little bugs just for fun!" Better still, she could tell him that the little victim is called a lady bug and how it lives, so that he understands abouf the bug. May- be she could find the place where the lady bug makes it home, or it could mean a trip to the encyclo- pedia if the bug is not on her "well-known' list. Even so, her child will have a chance to de- velop a deeper understanding of life and sharper appreciation of living things. And don't think he wouldn't appreciate her taking his mTnt of view. He didn't have murder in mind, you know. Mrs. A. H. Beebe Named President Of Hospital Auxiliary Rockford--'Tvirs. A. H. Beebe was [ named president of St. Anthony [I Hospital auxiliary during a recent ll meeting at the hospital. Other ]l officers include: Mrs. J. H. Bendes, II vice president; Mrs. H. W. Edson, t| secretary; Mrs. J. B. Shields, treas- " urer, and Mrs. L. P. Dame, parlia- ; nentarian. Cmmittee chairmen are Mrs. Maurice Froelich, crippled children; Mrs. A. L. Mangelia, house; Mrs. Donald Sullivan, library and ma- gazines; Mrs. Charles L. Leppert, linen; Mrs. Justin Sleurer, member- ship; Mrs. C. E. Phillips, puhlicity; Mrs. Eugene M. Smith, remembr- ance fund; Mrs. Harry. Dannen- berg, school for nursing; Mrs ]Charles A. Beffa, social; Mrs. J. H. Garthe, social service, and Mrs. A. J. Connell, ways and means. Weddinqs the Rev. Maurice Bora, O.M.C., of St. Anthony of Padua church, Jan. 19. Aurora-- Miss Mary Pereni and Thom- as Banks, both of Aurora, by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. lhLil Marchis of St. Michael's thurcil. Jan. 18. "Elgin Miss Marion Lucille Kirkpat- rick and George William Priegnitz, both of Elgin, by the Rev. M. J. Shanahan cf St. Mary's church. Jan. 18. Miss Margaret Lynch and Richard Nos- Ier, both of Elgin by the Ray. J. W. Rojemann of St. Joseph's church, Jan. ]l. Miss Dorothy Marie Miss(de and Eugene Stoddard, both of Elgin, by the R.ev. E. 1A9 O'Brien of St. Laurence church, Jan. I,]llzabeth--- Miss Gertrude Mayer of Baltimore, Md.. and Henry J. Wand of Elizabeth, by the Ray. P. A. Tuchlinsky of St. Mary's church, Jan 15. Morrisoa-- Mrs. Nellie kelly and Por- tus A. James. herb of Morrison, by the Rev. E. J. Connolly of St. Mary's church, Jan. 11. Prophetstown-- Miss Shir:ley Wheeler nt Sterling and Alphohse Rogers of Prop- hetatown, by the Rev. J. A. Vaughn of St. Catherine's church, Jan. 18. Sterling-- Miss Mary F. Carlat and Edwin A. Reigel both of Sterling, by the Ray. M. B. Krug of Sacred Heart church, Jan. 17. Card Party In Bristol Town Hall Jan. 28 Plano.--Tuesday evening, Jan. 28 the Altar and Rosary society of St. Mary's, Plane, and St. Patrick's Bristol, Will sponsor a card party in Bristol Town hall. Bridge, Five Hundred, Pinochle and Bunco will St. Catherine's Court Celebrates Golden Jubilee Of Founding Aurora--Members of St. Cather- ine's" Court No. 111, Woman's Catholic Order of Foresters, at a recent dinner at the Silver Tea Pot in Aurora, celcl)rated the fif- tieth anniversary of, the court's founding Mrs. Phillip Kaiser, Sr., a charter member of the organiza- tion, was among those present and received a gift from the court and an orchid from friends. St. Catherine's court, the first to be established in Aurora was organized fifty years ago under the leadership of Mrs. Catherine Hasset. At that time seventeen members of St. Mary's-church con- stituted the group. Since then there have been five other courts of the W. C. O. F. organiSed in Aurora. o Mrs. Hazel Reedy and Mrs. Mary Cullenbine were members of the committee for tim party. Doing Convention Shopping Early; 300 Rooms Reserved New Orleans, Jan. 20.--(NC)-- A total of 300 double rooms thus far have been allocated by various New Orleans hotels for the meet- ing the National Conference of Catbolic Charities, which will be held here October 9 to 13. Head- quarters of the conference will be at the Roosevelt Hotel and bead- quarters for the St. Vincent de Paul Society which meets at the same time at the St. Charles hotel Society Plans Card Party, Altar Sewing Erie--St. Ambrose Altar and Rosary' society held its monthly meeting Thursday afternoon, Jan. 16. The Rev. Father Vaughn led the rosary and Mrs. Morris DcCap conducted the business meeting. Plans were made for an all par- ish card party the first part of next month. Members voted to sew on linens for the altar at future sheetings. The Jerome Marx and DeSchepper families, who are moving, from the parish, were given a farewell. Entertainment committee com- prised Mrs. Charles Dhooge, Mrs Jerome Marx and Mrs. Waynq Hein. Refreshment committee war Vh's. E. Hicks, Mrs. Carl De. Schepper and Mrs. Henry Possley Benedictine Abbot Primate Buried In Eternal City Rome, Jan. 13 --(NC)--Funeral services were held today for the Rt. Rev. Fidelis van Stotzingen, Abbot Primate of the Benedictine Order throughout the worht, who died here Thursday, comforted b: the special Apostolic Blessing el His Holiness Pope Piss XII. l Ill III 1 Fo,,nded 1867 BINEHIMEn sLaIN - soassose Shurtleff Coal & Lumber Co. iNot Incorporated) S MARENGO UNION MAPLE PARK ELGIN BARRINGTON HARTL/kND HAMPSHIRE Sauare CARPENTERSVILLE Products Shurtloff Service Satl,,fles be played starting at 8:00. Mrs. Frank Slauf is in charge, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. G. Dockendorf, Mr. and Mrs. R. Croegeart and Mr. and Mrs. J. Gandadam. Re- fshments will be served. JST FOR SPORT" Elgin KEENEY'S SPORT 23 NO. GROV AVE. 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