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PAGE,8 THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, iggl r iL MEXICAN CHORAL GROUP--Mrs. Thomas Slaughter plays the I accompaniment while Sister Ann Sebastian directs the Mexican I Choral Group of St. Elizabeth Social Center, Rockford. The group sang the Mass for the celebration of the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe at St. Mary church. CONVERT INSTRUCTION CLASS--Sister Reparata conducts Rockford. Those who call the center asking to receive instruc- the convert instruction class at St. Elizabeth Social Center, tions are always welcome. :4hcays ready to glve expert service Churches--Rectories-JL'onvents--lnstitutions 290'3 School Street, Rockford Walt and Dick Mureski Our Sincere g I 920 South Main Street Rockford COAL - LUMBER - 01L - ICE I We Extend Iogli,broadway 2019 broadway Iogli-rockton- 3132 n, rockton one-stop, east 3816 broadway one-stop, west 519 marchesano castree po-jo 3402 11th st. 2411 w. state kishwaukee 1725 kishwaukee I And Best Wishes C DISCOUNT SUPER MARKET 1224 S. Main Street Rockford All You Save Here Is Money work .they ROCKFORD -- Feverish ~ serve the hundreds of peo-Blessed Trinity who stafftout of are activity characterizes St. pie who come to them for St. Elizabeth is not limit-lbusy finding homes for th~ Elizabeth Social Center as their services, ed to any racial or religious homeless and those living the sisters and their l a y Activities grouP. The warmth of the in over-crowded conditions. helpers prepare for an open Among the many activi- sisters' Christian love and Sometimes the sisters a r e house Feb. 5 from 2 to 5 ties carried on at" the een- their ~enerous s p ir it has the only source of food for ,p.m. at their new building, ter a r esewin classes; "~ ' g been felt bv many m need famflms w h o are o u t of l~ o ~oum mare st. Brownie C u b Boy a n d m. ~ ~ . ' ,-, . . . ' . ' 'L. ~ lnis same love ana spirit w o r k a n d who do n o t ,rresn palnL varnlsn ana t TIFI ~cout groups; me ~ - - - ,~ -- . . nave msplrea many Lame- . wax smells greet the vmltor Ehzabeth Mother s c I u b, " "~ "h "lics h quahfy for rehef. - LIeS ana non-Lat o w o ana everywhere there ~s the Madonnas, adult sew- boln ~ho i~f~r~ in t h ~ir Community Chest Agency someone with a paintbrush ing, the Missionary Cenaele w~*rk ' - ' " "- " . . . ~ " o The sisters gorK IS Day- in nana. apostma~e ano me vlexlcan 1 " " -- The 18 room house intoigroup which meets on Sat-! Adapt to Needs ,~alcl~f:r~ncaoneeditbYch~h~ Which-the sisters have justlurday afternoons for reere- The sisters adapt them-/ ~Y^ ~^~ moved will be a great help[ation and instruction, s e 1 v e s to the particular[ ~nu na~ ueun~mu~m%ye~, I ter came unaer me alrec to them in their work and The work of the Mission-, needs of the community ~ uon ana gumanee oz z n Iwill enable them.to betterIary Sisters of the Most Today with many people ; [ imm~arlan bls~ers m i,~zl ::::. at the request of Rockford's first bishop the Most Rev ::i[~:~::~ Peter J. Muldoon D.D. Un- i:iiiiil til 1958, the .cen sponsored by the !:!:i:i:i:i:i:i ::i:i:i:~:!:i:i:~:!:!:!:i:i:i:i: ! ST. ELIZABETH GROUP VISITS RIVER BLUFF--Mrs. Tobian, a River Bluff nursing home resi- dent, is not a Catholic, but she is well-known at St. Elizabeth Social Center. At one time she was a member of the Center's social group for older people which is no longer functioning for the want of a meeting place which would be easily accessible to the elderly. Visiting with Mrs. Tobian hate are Sister Ann Sebastian and two members of the Missionary Cenacle Apostolate, Rosemary Cuccia and Kay Kuczynski. Woman's League ford. At present, members of the St. Elizabeth advis- ory board are appointed by the Most Rev. Loras T Lane. Present membershiF is as follows: Golden J, Ruel, president; Attorney Sam Cannariato, vice presi- dent; Mrs. Anthony Do- mino, Mrs. ,Dorothy Lamb, Miss Helen Remkus, Mrs. Thomas Slaughter, Dominic Triolo, and Mrs. Stanley Wahlcmist, all of Rockford. The Rev. Francis a. Mo- roney is moderator. Planned to Meet Needs The activities of the cen- ter are planned to meet the needs and interest of a 11 r a c e s, nationalities a n d creeds of all ages through a veil formulated program which promotes civic, cul- tural and recreational pur- suits during 11 months of the year. (The c e n t e r is closed during the month of August.) The sisters spend e a c h ST. ELIZABETH KINDERGARTEN--The five-year-old kinder- ] all over the city. Sister Regina Marie is shown here with her garteu of St. Elizabeth Social Center is open to children from young charges. [ IFe,are happy to serve the Catholic Institutions, Rectories - Convents - Schools In The Rock/ord Diocese BROWNIES AND St. Elizabeth SociaIl Centc. Reparata while Mrs. Ralph Win 1100 11TH STREET ROCKFORD COngrat HARRY C. WEST WALTER FRANKLIN President Secretary CURTAINS DRA SPECIALTIES SPB % AUBURN Interior M ar~ 1411 North Main St.