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Page Two THE OBSERVER F.ebr,uary 3, 1938 ALUMNAE UNITS TO REORGANIZE Groups Are Physical, Cultural Aurora.- Sunday afternoon. Feb. 6, from 3 to 5 o&apos;clock the Madon- na alumnae girls will have a tea and spend a social afternoon at the school. The president of the Alumnae asociation, Miss Mary Beech, will be the chairman of the tea- On the evening of Feb. 18 the alumnae will have a general meet- ing. The purpose of the meeting is to reorganize the alumnae ac- eoording to the interest of the members. The organization had been divided into units each being one graduated elass, but, now there will be a dramatic unit, a musical nnit, a study club and a writers' club and a social action group. An athletic group will also be included. Each girl, regardless of the year she was graduated, may join any nnit she desires. The groups will all meet on the same evening so that after the meetings there may be a general get-together. The Mothers' club is sponsoring a dance at the Knights of Colum- bus hall on Feb. 11. The dance' will be open to members of the Mothers' club and parents and stu- dents of Madonna. \\; The Senior elass have started rehearsing for their Senior class play "Jane Eyre," by Wall Spence, . . Ydmffik" . RZVER AgNII"  "W STREET Aurora Wet Wash Laundry Co. Incorporated AURORA. ILL- Flowers and Floral Designs SITE OF CONGRESS ALTAR :.7-::--:7?-:7:7=%-.:. ': ........ "-7-:7.i::: : .:::;::":7 7!::.;i;...":::"U;!::i:i/.: -.:::::i:i!:::..i. i: :ii! ::-i::.':i.[.::!:ii::...-.:. ii::. :.::. : .":....:':-i :.. : . -::. :..:: .. : - :.. " ! " :.. --. .:;i:' :-:: ::: :':i:..: :.:::i. : ....... : :'ii:. " . :!! v./:::--::.:: .::: . . :. :: : :-< .... -,... " .:...-- -.:-: .:.:.-f-.:- --.:=+: .- . .:.-:: :::::;:.::: :- . ============================= :. :5 r.: ::-.::i:i:i.:::: :.?::::.."...::: :. 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Last year Katherine Hepburn starred in the play when it was ]gtven in Chicago. |] The play will be given shortly Ilafter Eter. [ Cony Ex-pert II On Mexico,-Dies Chicago.-- Chicagoans, particu- larly associates in the work of the Catholic Church Extension society, are grieved by news of the death in Talihina, Okla., of Eber C. Byam, a convert and member of a family v-ell known in the industrial devel- Catholic Press Month is brought to the attention of the students of Community high by a fine edi- torial in the January issue of the "Marian," monthly paper issued by the students of the school. Under the captian "Patron of Journalism" the readers .are reminded that the feast of St. Francis de'Sales on Jan. 29 inaugurates Catholic Press Month. St. Francis is known not only as the patron of journalism but also as the "gentleman saint." In the near future the students of Community high will be given a free driving course in an effort to make safe and courteous driv- i ers. Literature on the dangers of reckless driving is being distribut- ed as a part of the movement sponsored by Governor Henry St. Michael's Y. P. Club Reorganizes Aurora.-- The Young People's club of St. Michael's Roumanian Greek Catholic church held a re- organization meeting on Sunday, Jan. 23. Approximately 100 mem- bers were present. Discussions were held concerning new activi- ties for the coming year. The following officers were elected for the year 1938: President, Louis Chivari; vice- president, Mary Charno; secretary, Mary Parent; assistant secretary, Flora Kish; treasurer, Louis Mat- yes; marshalls: Otto Barr, Joseph Charno; trustees: Florence Moldo- :va, Vera Banks, Helen Mayers, IGeorge Korody and Louis Silagy. Dixon News PLANTS For Every Occasion *We carry a large assort- ment of Fresh Cut Flowers and beautiful Bloom- ing Plants for all "Holy Day events throughout the year. Watch gor Special Offers that will appear in this paper in future issues. Aurora Greenhouse Co. "Flowers By Wire" 10 Fox Street Phone 2-3115 .- AURORA. ILL. LIGHTOLI ER Lighting Fixtures Over 200 on Display! AL MAY ELECTRIC PHONE 4282 61 FOX ST. "Wire May That Al May Wire" orcoran's Fodor Jewelry Store Expert Jewelry, Watch and Clock Repairing At Reasonble Prices  MAIN ST. AURORA. ILI opment of Mexico within the last half-century. A Mason, he num- bered several Mexican Bishops among his friends. As an authority on Mexican and Spanish history and research he was frequently caled upon for advice along several lines. Chinese Scholar Daily Communicant Hongkong.--Ma Hsiang pe, 85, outstanding Catholic scholar in China and honorary head of the Chinese Catholic Action associa- lion, is now living in Kweilin, Kwangsi province, and receives Communion daily at the Maryknoll mission in charge of the Rev. John Romaniello, of New Rochelle, N. Y. Wilbert Vaults Are Airtight, Waterproof Sterling.--There are many exclu- sive features found in the Wilbert Asphalt Burial Vault, made by C. H. Relske & Son of Sterling, Ill. They are airtight, waterproof, and sweatproof. The patented feature of casting the outer reinforced con- crete vault around {he pure pro- cessed asphalt inner vault is an exclusive manufacturing process of the Wilbert. Complete and lasting adhesion of these two walls is thereby assured. They provide the finest insulation and set new stan- dards for reliability and dignified beauty. The Wilbert inner vault of pure asphalt is built to a uniform thick- ness of thhee-eighths of 'an inch throughout. This uniform thick- ness is the standard construction ;of Wilbert Vaults, with self sealing cover. Consult your funeral direc- tor or write the Wilbert Vault Co., of Sterling, Ill., C. H. Reiske & Son, manufacturers. Phone, Main 77. Complete information will gladly be sent to you upon request. School For Nursing Education st. Charles Hospital Aurora, Illinois An accredited school, requiring four yearn of high school. Con- ducted by t'ho Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred Heart. Classes now forming. lUU t I1 IIBI IBII I111P! 111111 IB! IPRI IBI I11111 Bi IpRI IBll I1111111pRI IIBI IPI      ; d Ilnl Idl Ilml lal lull I11 I'J lull I'J lnl I ll Inll Ilml troll Inl I'J I'J l'J Ill Id ld Id Id In AURORA THE OBSERVER SHOPPING GUIDE MR. AND MRS. SHOPPER--The Observer recommends thin indexed list of business people for your needs. As leaders in their various lines: they are well equipped to.glv?.you excellent serrlce. Give them trial anu ghow your appreciation, zor tney are Co-operaing wkn us nn giving you fine vublication. Bu00lul Vaults John H. Armbruster & Ca. "AMERICAN MONARCH" Vault With lfealing Cover Water and Vermin Proof Building Materials ,Phone 2.2908 723 S. LaSa!le St, Cleaners, Dyers ILLINOIS tI4DIAL Downer 9268Pl CLEANERS AND DYERS Oriental and Domeatfo RUG CI,E _4,N Q Dairies AURORA DAIRY COMPANY I-GRAI)lm DA.IY PRODUCTS Ofl.: 65 South Lake St. Telephone g404 i Drugs The Rexall Stores Free Delivery HARTZ DRUG STORES ON DRUGGISTS A Nat'l Bank Bldg. Dial 4450 40 . Iv" St. Dial 2-2451 Lmmfry We A['tc Your Walker Laundry Cleaners and Dyers lson 9201 2 Walnut: St. Monuments "Gardian Memorials" AURORA MONUMENT CO. N. J. GOEDEKT, Owner 727 So. Lincoln Arc. Phone 2-3045 Office Supplies Greeting Cards . . Games and Toys BOOKS AND BIBLES PARAMOUNT STATIONERS OFFICE SUPPLIES Phone 9309 24 Fox Street Paints.Wallpaper J. D. RICE & SON PICTURE FRA//G AND GREETING CARDS 18 South River Street :Photographer PORTRAITS Plan Now to Have Them Made a:t ASSELL'S STUDIO 41 Island Ave. Phone 9803 Open Sundays and Eveninga By Appointment These Advertisers Deserve Your Patronage 1 Homer. "The Constitution of the United States of America and What It Means to the American People," is the title of the essay on which! Community high students are nowi working in an effort to win the I prize offered by the Ladies' aux- iliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. The essays must be in by Feb. 22. The Women's Relief Corps is al- so sponsoring an essay contegt. The title is "The Life of Lincoln; Its Influence on the Youth of America." The returns for this contest must be setn to the head quarters of this organization in Bloomington, Ill., by May 1, 1938. Students of Community high were happy to welcome back to her classes this week Sister Mar- guerite Marie, head of the Eng- lish department, and "Marian" ad- viser. An attack of influenza forced this popular teacher to re- main at home during the past week. The monthly meeting of the St. Rite's court, Women's Catholic Or- der of Foresters, will be held Mon- day evening, February 7. Members of the Altar and Rosary society of St. Mary's church will be in the rear of the church with blessed candles on next Sunday, Feb. 6, for the convenience of per- sons unable to obtain candles on Feb. 2. Old candles.should be re- turned to the church. Palestrina Choir To Give Concert Feb. 21 Aurora.--The next public concert of the Aurora Palestrina choir, composed of 75 voices, wilt take l, lace at Marmion Military academy, Monday, Feb. 21, under the direc- tion of Ray. Thomas Schaeffers, O.S.B. Grant Bellendorf, of North Aurora, is president of the group; Mrs. Clifford St. John, vice-presi- dent; Miss Caroline O'Connor, sec- retary; Gus Wetland, treasurer; and Miss Marian Mettel, accom- panist. WEDDINGS APPLE RIVER The marriage ceremony of Miss Verina George and Edward L. Uhl was solemnized Saturday morning, Jan. 22. Rev. R. J. Guccione. pastor of St. Joseph's church, officiating. The newlyweds will reside in Iowa. ELGIN Rev. H. E. Ouimet officiated at the marriage ceremony of Miss Lucille Ann Larkin and Robert C. Frl$ch, which took place at St. Mary's church, i Saturday. Jan. 29. ROCKFORD Rev. F. J. Keenan. pastor of St. Patrick's church, officiated st the mar- riage ceremony of Miss Marguerite Crowell and Robert Garry, Saturday, Jan. 29. They will reside at 330 N. Hink!ey avenue. The marriage ceremony of Miss Rose Maloy and John Buttacavoi! wa solemnized at St. Anthony's church, Saturday. Jan. 30. Ray. Father Dom- inic officiating. They will reside at 162 Keefe street. STOCKTON Rev. J. W. Rojemann officiated at the marriage ceremony of Miss Mary E. Donahue and Donald Brown. Sat- urday, Jan. 29, at Holy Cross church. Mr. and Mrs. Brown will make their home in Stockton. F.D.R. Once Managed Campaign of Late New York Jurist Miami Beach, Fla.--Humphre J. Lynch, former justice of the New York supreme court, prominent Catholic attorney and brother of Miss Margaret A. Lynch, assistant executive secretary of the National Council of Catholic Women, died in St. Francis hospital here at the age of 57. He was appointed to the New York supreme court by Governor Alfred E. Smith in 1926 to fill a vacancy. Running for the full term in November, 1927, he had as cam- paign manager Franklin D. Roose- velt, and as chairman of his fin- ance committee Herbert H. Leh- man, now goverffor of New York. He was defeated in the strongly Republican Ninth district and re- sumed law practice. At the 7:30 Mass next Sunday the Sanctuary society and P. T. association of St. Patrick's parish will receive Holy Communion m a body. The interest of the membership of the Junior league of St. Anne's church, Dixon, is being sustained by the entertaining discussion this stury club is presenting. The earli- est Church period was taken up at the last meeting under the di- rection of Marian Van Nuys, Kath- erine Sullivan and Eleanor Mac- Leod. The committe efor the next meet- ing which is to be held Feb. 7 at the home of Helen Branigan will be'composed of Helen Nagle, Fran- ces Leahy and Bernadine Fraza. This group is preparing a discus- sion on the Ten Persecutions, their causes and results. A study of the Catacombs will probably be asso- ciated with" this discussion. The membership of the study club has grown beyond expecta- tions, and interest in the histor- ical background of the Church has increased in proportion. After the recent special session of Congress, members of both houses drew $160,000 in mileage eypense money. Coming Events Rockford Feb. 4---St. James parish card party, Hotel Faust. Feb. 9---Evening card party, P.-T. association of St. Patrick's parish. Feb. 10--Valentine party, K. of C. club rooms, sponsored by young women of St. Edward's parish. Feb. ll--Valentine dance, aus- pices St. Patrick s study club, St. Patrick's gym. Jack Sweeney's or- chestra. Feb. 25---Opening of four-day Mardi-Gras festival at Coliseum. Benefit St. Thomas High school. March 17--St. Patrick's parish celebration, supper of favorite Irish dishes---dance. March 17--Afternoon card party and St. Patrick's day program, aus- pices Muldoon Educational auxil- iary, 2 p. m., Muldoo.n auditorium. April 23-24--Annual "Minstrels," auspices Holy Name society, St. Patrick's parish. Aurora Feb. 4--Afternoon card party, St. Nicholas hall, auspices St. Anne's society. Feb. ll--Dance at Knights of Columbus home, auspices Madonna Ladies' auxiliary. Feb. 16--Valentine tea, 2 o'clock, St. Charles hospital auditorium. Feb. 21--Public concert, Pales- trine choir at Marmion Military academy. Belvidere Feb. 14--Valentine party, V. F. L hall, auspices Holy Name and! Altar & Rosary societies of St. James parish. Quin Bowen's or- chestra. Elgin Feb. 17--Annual school carnival, auspices St. Joseph's Parents association. Feb. 4--Dessert bridge and card party, 1:30 and 8 p.-m., school hall, auspices St. Ann's society of St. Mary's parish. Freeport Feb. 8--CYP Valentine party, St. Mary's hall, Quin Bowen orchestra. Feb. ll--Sodality card party and other amusements, St. Joseph's hall. Feb. ll---Card party, St. Thomas hall. Organ fund benefit. Feb. 16---Three-net comedy. "Life Begins at 16," by Aquin alumni. Feb. 18-20--Diocesan basketball tourney. Genoa Feb. 10 -- Evening card party, Slater's store, auspices Ladies of St. Catherine's parish. Hampshire Feb. 15--Evening card party and luncheon by Altar and Rosary so- ciety, St. Charles Borromeo's par- ish. St. Charles Feb. 4--Card party in chu r ch basement, auspices Holy Name society. Sycamore March 18--CYO boxing bouts at Community center, sponsored by St. Marys Men's club. Noted Hawaii Catholic Buried Honolulu.--Out of respect for the memory of John Carlton Kel- ley, Honolulu public prosecutor and prominnet Catholic, flags flew at half-staff over public buildings on the day of his funeral. Cornel- ius Kelley, president of the Ana- conda Copper company, is his brother. Study Clubs BY R!TA WEILAND ARTICLE FIVE To date we have traced briefly the history of the important na- :ions from the early ages to Christ's birth--with reference only to their political state. In this week's article we shall scan the religious situation of the Jews, the race most vitally concerned with the coming of our Lord. The Religious Sate of the Jews Through the turbulent years of the Jews' history, the Chosen Peo- ple preserved their knowledge of the true God and kept their faith in Him alive. During the ages when they awaited the Messiah, many truths and mysteries un- folded themselves--the'same truths the Catholic church of today teaches. The Blessed Trinity Divine Revelation developed the mystery of the Blessed Trinity I gradually. To scan the pages of Holy Scripture would mean to find only mere mention of it in the early pages; however, before reaching the last paragraph, the reader would be firmly convinced of the importance of this truth. In Pre-Christian times God was known as Elohim--a plural name which gave many authors the idea of plurality of subjects while others said it denoted plurality of majesty. Numerous passages from scrip- ture, authors believe, have refer- ence to the Trinity, as "Let Us make man to Our image and like- ness," Gem 1:26; "Come, ye, there- fore, Let Us go down and confound their tongue," Gem 11:7; then there is the threefold expression, "For the Lord is our Judge, the Lord is our Lawgiver, the Lord is our King, / He will save us," Is. 33:22; and the mighty Trlsagron, still used in the sacrifice of the Mass, "Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus, Dominus Deus Sabaoth," Is. 6:3. The writers of the Old Testament referred many times in the Sacred Books to the "Angel of the Lord." The Angel is not Yahweh, yet He acts as a divine Being--accepts worship and exei'cises divine power. This Angel, appearing to Moses, said: "I am the God of thy father, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob," Ex. 3:2; 3:6. Because the Jews adopted the worship of the golden calf God walked with them no more but sent His Angel to be their Guide. And this Presence demanded homage of Joshua--the same homage Moses gave to the Legion of Decency List Class A, Section ,, Unobjectionable for General Patronage PREVIOUSLY RE,qErED Daredevil Drivers Everybody Sing Hawaiian Buckaroo Love on a Budget Alibi for Murder; An All American Chump; And Sudden Death; Arizona' Mahoney; As You Like It; African Holiday; Armored Car; Affairs of Cappy Ricks: Annapolis Salute: All Over Town; Adventure's End; Adven- turous Blonde; All American Sweet- heart. Back to Nature; Beloved Enemy; The Big Broadcast of 1937;; The Big Show; Border Patrolman; Born to Dance; Brand of the Outlaws; Be- loved Vagabond; Bold Caballero; Big Business; Behind the Headlines; Blaz- ing Sixes; Black Aces; Broadway Mel- ody; Big Shot; Boothill Brigade; Bor- neo; Boss of Lonely Valley; Breakfast for Two; Bride for Henry: Bulldog Drummond Comes Back; Barrier; Bull Dog Drummond's Revenge; Bed. Bor- row; Steal: Behind the Mike; Boy of the Streets; Born to the "Vest; Buc- caneer. Can This Be Dixie?; Cava!ry; Caval- cade of the West; The Captain's Kid; The Case of. the Black Cat; Cham- Dangerously Yours; Daughter of Shanghai. East Meets West; Everybody's Dance; Exclusive; Easy Living; Ebb Tide; Expensive Husbands. Fury; Fa!mg in Love; Footloose Heiress; Forever Yours; Fly Away Baby; Forty Naughty Girls; Fight for Your Lady. Garden of Allah: The General Died at Dawn; Gold Diggers of 1937; The Great Ziegfield; Green Light; Good Earth; Girl Overboard: Girls Can Play. Girl Was Young, The I'd Give My Life; John Meade's Wo- man; Her Husband's Secretary; King and Chorus Girl; Her Husband Lies: Headline Crasher; King of the Gam- blers; 1 Met Him in Paris; Kid Gala- had: Last Train from Madrid; Holly- wood Hotel; Jury's Secret. I 3Iet My Love Again Lady Escapes, The! Lloyds of Lon- don; The Mau Who Lived Twice; Na- tion Aflame; Night Waitress; Murder Goes to College; Men in Exile; Mid- night Madonna; Madame X; Murder in Greenwich Village; Nothing Sa- cred; ian Proof. ! The Outcast; Parnell; Partners in Crime; Reunion; Road to Glory; Riv- er of Unrest; Public YVedding; Road Back: Paid to Dance; Prescription pagne %Va!tz; Charge of the Light Brigade; China Clipper; Code of the for Romance. Paradise for Three Range; Conflict; Country Gentlemen; Seven Sinners; Smart Blonde; See- Cowboy Star; The Crooked Trail; enth Heaven; San Quenten; She Had Crimson Circle; Counterfeit Lady; to Eat; Slave Ship; Stella Dallas; Clarence; Captain Courageous; Char- Sworn Enemy; Saratoga: Souls at lie Chan at the Olympics; The Case Sea: She's No Lady; Stage Door; of the Stuttering Bishop; Criminals Some Blondes are Dangerous; Sez 0 % of the Air; Come on Cowboys; Care Rei!ly to McNab; Swing It Sailor; Metropole; Charlie Chan on Broad- Spy Ring. r way; Courage of the -West; Checkers; 0ndercover of Night; % errater; That Crashing Holb'ood. I May Live; You're in the Army Change of Heart Now; Thirteenth Chair; Topper; That Cassidy of Bar 20 Certain Lady; Toast of New York Crasbing Ho!!ywood ['hat Certain Woman; True Conies- Dance, Charlie, Dan,:e: Doomed at stone; Telephone Operator. Sundown; Devil Is Driving; Doctor's Week-end Millionaire; %Ve Who Are Diary; Dangerous Adventure; Danger- About to Die; What Becomes of the ously Yurs; Danger Patrol; Danger Children; Vrinterset; rithout Orders; Valley. - Emperor's Candlesticks; Empty Hol- Wives Never Know; A Voman Re- bels; Woman Chases Man; orld in stere: Escape By Night; Everybody's Love. Doing It. Vomen in Prison Fight to the "Finish; Feud of the Yours fez the Asking: You Cn't Trail; Firefly; Forlorn River: First Have Everything; White Bondage; Lady: Fit for a King; 45 Fathers *West!and Chase. Frontier Dawn. The Gay Desperado; Ghost Patrol Ghost Town; The Girl on the Fron CLASS B Page; The Glory Traih Great Guy; 9b]ectionable in Part Gun Ranger; The Great O'Malley; Golgotha; God's Country and the 'o- The Rat man; Good Old Soak; Guns in the PREVI'OUSLY RE\\;qEV ED Blossoms. Dark: The Great I-Iospital Mystery; Das Ver]oren Tal: Devil Doll; Din- Go Getters; Gun Lords of Stirrup at Eight (Re-issue): Dodsworth; Basin; Girl Said !%'o: Game That Devil - on Horseback: Devil's Play- Kills: Glamorous ight. The Harvester; Hats Off; Hearts of ground; Dreaming Lips; Doctor and the AVest; Here Comes Carter: House Nurse. Everyth!ng [s Thunder; Forgotten of Secrets; Headin' for the Rio Faces: Girl from .AIanda]ay; Go-Get- Grande; Hit Parade; Hollywood Cow- 'Era Haines: Go West. Young Man; boy; Hotel Haywire; Hideout in the Gypsies; Flight from Glory. Alps; Heart of the Rockies; Hopalong /Hell Ship Morgan; lqideaway G!rl: Rides Again: High. %Vide and Hand- It Had to Happen; It's Love Again; some; 100 Men and a GirL Klondike Annie. Harlem on the Prairie Libeled Lady; Lightning Jim Car- Headin' East Incognito; It Happened Out West; son; Living Dangerously; Living Deadffi Love Letters of a Star; Lower r cover the War; It's Love I'm Af- Depths: Lady Behave. ter. The Man W-he Lied Again; BIen In Old Chicago in Pursuit of Happiness: Rembrandt; Jungle Prmcess; Join the Marines; 3fonte Carlo; Outcasts of Poker Flat: Ke!!y the Second; Kil!cr at Large; Merry-Go-Round of 193S: ]Iadame King of Hockey; King of the Royal Bovary; Mannequin. Mounted; The King's People; Killers Secret Agent; Sinners Take All; of the Sea; Knight without Armor. Soak the Rich; Spendthrift; Strangers Jubilee Honeymoon: A Star Is Born; Kidnapped in Shanghai; Kathleen. Honeymoon. Laughing at Trouble; Lawless Land Things to Come; Three Men on a Let's Make a Mi!!ion; The Lion's orse; Two Against the World; You Den; Longest Night; Love on the Can't Buy Luck; Talk of the Devil; Run; Lefthanded Law; Love s News Tenth Man; Walter Vanger's Vogues Lost Horizon; League of the Fright- of 1938; Wine. Vomen a Horses: ened Man; Love in a Bungalow; Love Women" Men Mary. Under Fire; Lady Fights Back; Life of the Party; Life of Emile Zola. The: CLASS C Lancer Spy: Life Begins with Love: Condemned Life Begins in College: Love Is on PREVIOUSLY RE%rIEVED the Air; Love on Toast; Love and Carnival in Flanders; Ecstasy; Gem- Hisses. bling with Souls; Les Amours de Toni: Lost Ranch The Private Life of Henry the Eighth Love :'s a Headache (Re-issue); Pitfalls of Youth; Kidnap- Married Before Breakfast; Mad Hol- ped in Shanghai; S!aves tn Bondage; day; Iake Way for a Lady; A Man Elysia; Damaged Goods. Betrayed; l%Iandarin Mystery; Man of Scotland; Mr. Cinderella; Mummy's Boys; Murder with Pictures; My London Cathedral American Vife; Make Way for To- morrow: Man in Blue: Midshipman Tower Has Longest Easy: Mary, the Girl; Meet the Iiss- el; Mile a Minute Love: The Man E1 I it Who Cried %Volf; Mr. Dodd Takes crater n Brain the Air; Mystery of the Hooded Horseman; Make a Wish; Musio for London.-- Westminster cathedral Madame; My Dear Irs. Aldrich: 1Wvs- tower has the longest elevator in tery Range; Manhatten Merry-Go- Round: Mr. Boggs Steps Out; Murder England, it is recalled in this, the on Diamond Row. diamond jubilee year of "lifts" in Mama Runs Wild this country. It rises 260 feet. Th, Night o Mystery; New Faces of 1937: North of the Rio Grande; No shortest elevator here travels 18 Tithe to Marry inches. It raises bullion at the Oh. Susannah; Old Corral; O!d Bank of England. (VVestminster is Hutch: Our Relations; One in a Mil- lion; Off to the Races; Oh! Doctor; a Catholic cathedral.) One Mile "from Heaven; On Again-- liet; Rose Bowl; Reckless Buckaroo; Rebellion; Reckless Ranger; Riding on Air; Reported Iissing; The Rang- ers Step In: Raw Timber: Roaring Gnns; Romance of the Rockies; Ros- alie. Sea Spoilers; Sing BIe a Love Song:_ A Son Comes Home; The Song o China; Song of the Gringo; Secret Valley; Sea Devils; Step Lively Jeeves; Shall Te Dance; Sing Cowboy. Sing; Slim; Speed to Spare; Shiek Steps Out; Sophie Lang Goes West; Shadow Strikes, The; Saturday's He- roes; Sudden Kill Dorn; She Asked for It; Stars Over Arizona; Singing Off Again; On Such a Night; Outer Gate; Outlaws of the Orient: Over the Goal: Old Wyoming Trail. Old Barn Dance, The Orphan of the Paces Ontlaws of the Prairie Plainsman: Tte Plot Thickens: Pos- tal Inspector; The Preview Murder Case; Prison Shadows; Park Avenue Logger; Prince and the Pauper; Pick a Star; Prisoner of Zenda; Perfect Gentleman; Partners of the Plains. Paroled to Die Penrod and His Twir Brother Quality Street. Racing Blood; Racing Lady; Ra- mona; Rainbow on the River; Ranger Courage; The Return of Sophie Lena; Riding Avenger: Ride. Ranger, Ride: Rio Grande Ranger; Rhythm on the Range: Roaring Lead; Romeo and Ju- ANDREW ANDERSON Choice Cut Flowers . . Bedding Plants . . Decorations . . Palms Ferns . . Shrubs . . Bulb . Funeral Designs Delivered Anywhere Telephone Batavia 14t6 235 SOUTH BATAVL& AVENUE Opposite VCest Side Cemetery I A. & S. Dairy, Inc. Milk, Cream, Butter, Cheese, Ice Cream, Orangeade "We Pasteurize for Your Protection" 421 LOCUST ST. MAIN 24." STERLING, ILL. Girls Escape in Canadian Fire Montreal.--In orderly and quiet fashion, 100 girl students of Our Lady of the Angels convent and 150 Religious at the motherhouse of the Sisters of the Holy Cross and the Seven Dolors, at St. Laurent, made their way to safety last night when fire was discovered in the 1 ar g e building. The resulting damage will amount to approxi- mately $30,000. The fire was the third this month to cause exten- sive damage to Catholic educa- tional institutions in Canada. B'nai B'rith Honor To New York Priest New York.--An Episcopal bish- op, a Catholic priest, a Jewish communal leader, a newspaper ed- itor and a German-Christian wor an refugee were honored by t] New York Lodge No. 1 of the In- ternational Order of B'nai B'rith with the award of citations for their efforts during the past year in behalf of the 'protection of hu- man rights." The priest thus hon- ored was the Rev. Joseph N. Moody, of Cathedral college. Trouth's Funeral Home Most Modern Equipment. Service Within the Means of All. M.C. Camps, Oir.; Matt Grennan, Asst. Ambulance Service Phone Main 287 104 W. 4th St. Sterling, III. DEATHS APPLE RIVER Michael Meade, 80, St. Joseph's par ish, Jan. 24. AURORA Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy Kent, 67. Elhurn, Holy Angels' parish, Jan. 25. Win. Lucius, 70, 510 It!inois Ave., St. Rita's parish. Jan. 24. Helen E. Snyder. S19 Iowa avenue, St. Rite's parish. Jan. 27. John Deutsch, 77. 371 Beach street, St. Nicholas parish. Jan. 30. Mrs. Linda Kleinemeier, 52. Rosewood avenue. Our Lad.',- of Counsel parish, Jan. 30. BELVIDERE Mrs. Elizabeth ShackelL 75, St. James parish, .]an. 26. DE KALB James W. Leary, SI. St. Iary's par- ish. Jan. 26. DIXON Timothy Hanley, 7g. 207 College ave- nue. St. Pairick's parish. Jan. 27. Charles Plein, 74. 512 Ga!ena avenue, St. Patrcik's parish, Jan. 25, FREEPORT Raymond Hildebrandt, .L 23 E. Main street. St. Joseph's praish, Jan. 25. Mrs. Catherine Ilgen. 63, 1 V. Clark street. St. Mary's parish. Jan. 26. GALENA John W. Hayden, 6. St. Michael's parish. Jan. 25. MORRISON Mrs. Williarrf Gray, 77, St. Mary's parish..]an. 2. ROCKFORD Mrs. Vita Molay. 1225 Loomis street, St. Anthony's parish. Jan. 31. STay tti= souls rest in peace. AA A AA A AAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAA ,VVVVVVTWVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV AMBOY --] -- GET IT AT -- 1 vv'q o, o THE BEST [ 1' I. ! ,. , In Drug Store J_ Merchandise , The Rexall Store Modern Fountain Service i RAY W. 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The first Fathers of the church claim it was the Word of God; St. Augus- tine adds that it was some created Form, under which the invisible Wives; Thunder in the City; Thirty Word was manifested even as was Seconds of Love: Tough to Handle; TTITlr" r'fAT t'' [ | God Himself. St. John declared Turn Off the foon', Talent Scout; IIJNI -,.-,.;t 'l_ -,,.' ' , w,,rlZ e " " s" under Revelation, that the "Word" There Goes y Girl; This Is :My Af- t ...... | fair;; Think Fast, Mr. Motto; Two |,_||, p___ -1 I T%. | of God, this "Angel of the Lord" Fisted Sheriff; Thirteenth Man: The .l.lly ,., mlU I ulxon I as historical books record it, was Three Comrades; Two Gun Laws: Oil Products i . 1 the true Son of God. Trailing Trouble: This VVay Please: --r ....... I Merchants i Thnnder City; Tex Rides with the % e Appreciate xour Patronage I s Had the Jews been attentive in Boy scouts: Thoroughbreds Don't][ 402 FIRST ST. 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The Jews of good faith ion Now; %Vest of Nevada; Whitel Y Y Y r Y  Y T r Y T Y Y Y T r Y r r T r Y r Y who followed Christ accepted this Hunter; Wild Brian Kent; Yellowl truth readily, wings of forning; Wake Up and--__ .m -- m tlllill ilUII ,, .m. ,,, ... , =. , ,.,. .. o ,, ,,, z,, Falls Cruise; Wellowstone; White Legion: In next week's discussion we Live; Way Out %Vest; The Wildcat- shall deal briefly with the truths ters; Wings Over Honolulu; Wild and of original sin, the immortality of VToo]y: Wee Willie %Vinkie: Vstern Gold; %Vest of Shanghai; %Ve!Is fargo; the soul the judgment and resnr-vise Girl. rection of the dead as set forth in west of Rainbow's End Venus Makes Trouble; You Can't Beverages iNSIST BUDWEISER ON . . SOLD EVERYWHERE TWIN CITY PRODUCE CO. Coal and Coke Dry Cleaning FARNHAM FURIERS .. CLEANERS Tailors 2 w. TmRD ST. PHONE 21 Florist Sterling Floral Co. Robt. Lundstrom 205 18TH AVE. PHONE 279 Fuel Oil C. E. BRANT, Agent SINCLAIR REFINING CO. 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