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Page Six 'INVITE PARENTS IFRESHMEN LEAD TO GHILDREN'SION HONOR RI)LL HEALTH CHECK I .AT AQUIN HIGH that Dr. Cook of Springfield, ex-honor roll. The seniors have 25 pert in school health appraisal, and per cent of their number on the honor roll, the sophomores 17 per Miss Pazourek, Springfield, nu- tritionist and authority on chil- dren's diets and the undernourish- ed child, will devote the greater part of the week, beginning Feb. 7, to the interest of parochial school children of this city. Miss Pazourek's schedule is as follows: ,Ionday, Feb. 7. 4 p. m.--Meeting with all the Sisters at St. Joseph's school, seventh and eighth grade room. Vedfiesday. Feb. 9---St. Mary's school. 2:30 p. m., talk to mothers Thursday, Feb. 10--St. Joseph's school. 2:30 p. m.. talk to mothers. Friday, Feb. ll--St. Thomas school, 10-n a. m.. talk to mothers All mothers are cordially invited to hear Miss Pazourek The schedule of Dr. Cook in school health appraisal: Tuesday. Feb. 6---St. Mary's school. V/ednesday. Feb. 9---St. Joseph's school. Thursday. Feb. 10---St. Thomas school. Parents and others interested are invited to be present for the appraisal at 9 a. m. each day. Death Takes Former Freeport S i s t e r Freeport.--Sister M. Carissima, who for over five years was in charge of the culinary department of St. Joseph's home, Freeport, died at St. Joseph's hospital, Jol- iet, Monday, Jan. 31, after a heart affliction of two years. The fun- eral services took place from the St. Joseph's hospital chapel on last Wednesday morning. Sister Curls- sims joined the Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred Heart 26 years ago and will be remembered with much affection by hundreds to wh os e needs in years past she so kindly administered. A special Mass of Requiem is being offered today for the repose of her soul at the St. Vincent's orphanage chapel. In a recent poll six out of six- teen big league baseball managers were found to be Catholics. R C. H. PHOhrE A 't JAaWest 2117 Manufacturer of and Dealer t Memorials GRANITE Satisfaction Guaranteed 115-17 So. State Ave. Freeport Northern Petroleum Co. Adams & Main Sts. t Phillips 66 FREEPORT, ILL. 1L:9"S. Walnut Ave. Freeport, III. An accredited school of nursing conducted by" Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred Heart. Four years High School, required. O'Connell's FURNITURE SHOPS FURNTURE Draperieg-- Upholstering Main 154 8 W. Main St. Freeport, III. , i cent, and the juniors 16 per cent. The sophomores, however, gain- ed mos.t during the six weeks for merit points, gaining 15 for honor roll and 40 for attendance. The seniors received 25 points for sec- ond place in honor roll, and 25 for second in attendance. The fresh- men received 40 points for stand- ing first in honor roll, and the jun- ors 15 for attendance. The honor roll follows: Seniors: Emma Tege, Francis 3angasser, George Rolinger, Helen Virginia Barlow, Paul Bangasser, Paul Goodwin, Patricia Burns, Do- rothy Pifer. Juniors: Mary C. Brannick, Her- mine Rueth, Mary Seeker, Rose Pitterle. Sophomores: Thomas Slattery, Odile Rolinger, Margery Carroll, Jane Kidwell, Robert Nolan. Freshmen: Marian Doerr, Eileen Cremer, Harwill Huntley, Edna- rose Seppla, Elizabeth Seeker, Mary Slattery, Dorothy Slifer, Be- atrice Luecke, Rose DorseY, An- thony Pizzolato, Angeline Fontana, Lionel Peck, Robert Scheidt, Rob- ert Haller, Dorothy Schubert, Fran- ces Hodapp. The Rev. N. J. Berg, pastor of St. 'Joseph's church, addressed the i parents and teachers at the reg- ular meeting of the Home School association at Aquin on Tuesday, Feb. 1. A cast of 15 members of the Aquin Alumni association will pre- sent Hilda Manning's 3-act comedy "Life Begins at Sixteen" on the Aquin stage Wednesday evening, Peb. 16. All of the leading char- acters have had considerable ama- teur stage experience and are working under the guidance of a competent director, Mr. Howard Hoff. To Stage Benefit II For Church Organ I Freeport.--A group of women of [St. Thomas parish, motivated by ]the wish to start a fund for the ] installation of a suitable church or- Igen, will sponsor a public card |party on Friday evening, Feb. 11, at St. Thomas hall. Quite general: enthusiasm is manifested over the" prospect of possessing a church or- gan of such quality as to make the music worthy of the solemn litur- gical functions of the Church. Five hundred and contract and auction bridge (progressive and pivot) will be played and the ladies would greatly appreciate the cooperation of all who will sponsor tables or furnish prizes. Kindly call Mrs. A. A. Brown, Main 24, or Mrs. Frank Donahue, White 722. Divine Word Society Missionaries Active In Several Countries Techny, Ill.--A list just complied at St. Mary's mission house here of the 56 priests and Brothers of the Society of the Divine Word who have gone out from the United States to do missionary work abroad, shows the priests distrib- uted as follows: China, 23; Philip- pine Islands, 13; British India, 7; New Guinea, 4; Dutch East Indies, 1; South America, 2; Scotland, 6. EVERYTHING IN DRUG STORE NEEDS FREEPORT, Automobiles NOESKE BROS. GARAGE Automobiles, Tires. Accessories Storage, Repairs, Batteries, Radios First Class Service 207 S. GALENA Phone M-1439 Dry Goods E. A. BLUST Dry Goods I0 EAST MAIN STREET Jewelry LUECKE'S JEXVELER REGISTERED Diamonds BLUEBIRD 10 East Main Street Freeport, Ill. Market Freeport Cash Market Quality Meats and Seafood I EAST bLAIN ST. Flowers l Ladies ' Wear BAUScHER BROS.lYour She. e FLORAL MARKET lU.ger, Knick;rnlcks, Vassarettes Free ort s Leading Flormt P ' ' " 9 i [ Hosiery and Handkerchiefs . Phones Main 374 -- 6 Hotel Freeport Bldg Ph. Maln 2074 20 SOUTH CHICAGO AVENU I Fuel Harrlngton-McKinstra "Dealers in Comfort" QUALITY FUEL STOKERS Phone, Maln 3130 Furnaces CLEMENS RINDERMAN Sheet Metal Work 217 West Main Street PHONE. M-IN 1795 Hardware eliAS. S. HEPNER CO. HAIIDWARE FURN ACES SHEET METAL -- PAINTS $3 East Stephenson Street Telephone Main 2 i Office Supplies Otto Wagner Store cOMPLETE O.FF1CE OUTFITTER . School and Art Supplies 12 W. bIAIN ST. Phone LMn 385 Rug Cleaning Carpet , and Upholstery Cleaned Grattelo & Dahrn Rug Repairing--Upholstering -- New and Used Rugs--Venetian Blinds 410 So. Chicago Ave. Ph. Main 174 Tailor TONY GUCCIONE Custom Tailor I0 North Chicago Avenue PHONE, MAIN 782 Heating Optometrists AND PLUMBING [m C. S ';: IOHN W. STO00ERS mB0000sl00 A R R ET T LING-SEeKER CO.l00 ,o, Nat'l Bank Bld= "'ONE RIP PLUMBERS" 51I S. 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Address your envelope to THE OBSERVER FASHION BUREAU. 103 Park Ave.. New Yorl N. Y. G T pt" lve em lug The Menus For Low Budgets Here are some tempting dishes for weeks when the food budget money runs low, or was borrowed for a gown to pep up your jaded mid-winter wardrobe. BREADED VEAL CUTLETS ESCALLOPED POTATOES SPINACH TIMBALES BRAN ROLLS BUTTER STUFFED PRUNE SALAD With Whipped Dressing BANANA GINGERBREAD COFFEE TEA MILK Breaded Veal Cutlets One an a half pounds veal steak salt and pepper to taste, one cup cracker or bread crulnbs, one egg. well=beaten, one tablespoon water, six tablespoons shortening. Cut steak into pieces for serv- ing. Season with salt and pepper. Dip in crumbs, then in egg which has been mixed with water and again in crumbs. Melt shortening in a skillet, when hot, add meat and brown on both sides. Cover, re- duce heat and simmer until meat is tender. Serves 6. Spinach Timbales Two cups spinnach (canned or fresh), drained, one-half teaspoon on- ion. grated, three eggs. well-beaten, one cup milk, two tablespoons short-i cuing, melted, salt and pepper to taste. Chop spinach. Combine ingre- dients in the order listed. Pour mixture into individual baking dishes which have been well-spread with shortening. Set dishes in a pan of hot water. Bake timbales in a moderate oven (350 degrees F.) until firm--approximately 40 to 60 minutes. Unmold and serve hot. Yield 6 servings. Stuffed Prune Salad Twelve medium sized prunes, stew- ed and pitted, one-half package cream cheese, three tablespoons dressing, one-fourth cup nutmeats, chopped, lettuce. Combine cream cheese, whipped dressing and nutmeats. Stuff prunes with this mixture. Arrange on crisp cold lettuce leaves. Gar- nish with additional whipped dress- hag. Banana Gingerbread Two-thirds cup molasses, one-hall cup sugar, one-half cup shortening, one teaspoon ginger, one teaspoon cinnamon, one teaspoon baking soda. one cup buttermilk, two eggs, well- beaten, two cups all-purpose flour, sifted, three bananas, sliced, whip- )ing cream. arm the molasses, sugar, short- ruing, ginger and cinnamon. Dis- solve soda in milk and add to first mixture. Add eggs and flour. Beat well. Pour into an oblong baking pan which has been well -spread with shortening. Bake in a mod- erate oven (350 degrees F.) until done, approximatley 30, 40 minutes. Cool. Cover with sliced bananas and whipped cream. Historic New Yor00 Church Is Razed New York.--St. Andrew's church, at Duane street and Cardinal place, famous landmark of Lower Man- hattan where the first night-work- ers' Mass was said In this country more than 30 years ago, is being demolished. A new structure will replace the brick building so wide- ly known. St. Andrew's is being razed to make way for a new civic center. A section of the new church will spread over 15 Card- inal place, where His Eminence Patrick Cardinal Hayes, Arch- bishop of New York, was born. Cardinal place is named in honor )f Cardinal Hayes. Socialite by LOClE Lz Hobo and Sleuth BY HERBERT LINENBERGER (In The Iessenger of the Precious Blood) Eternal rest grant unto him, 01He is a lovable chap now. I told Lord,:' mentally repeated the faith-lhim about my vocation and he is ful a Father Kiernan in touchinglenthusiastic to be my partner. We and sombre tones opened his eul-]formed a miniature mission band. ogy on Thomas 3Ioran. During life The plan is this: I strike up an no one was proud of him, but now argument about religion when sur- __ in death all assembled to honor rounded by a number of hobos and him. But all this posthumous glory then he is to put on his heckling Fastidious Girl Friend brought little consolation to the act as he did when we first met. bereaved mother, Mrs. Elizabeth We are still rehearsing our lines Friend in Need: Moran. Seated in the second beT but expect to put thefn to a test I was out of work for over six months and not long ago I took a b-ith her ight-year-old a d o p t e d shortly. daughter, Alice, the mother, far "You see ms, that's why I'm lead- job in a tavern because it was ail could get. The girl I have een from centering her thoughts on the ing a so-called dog's life. It is Ioing with for a year is sore at glowing tribute that was paid to really no dog's life at all. It is her son, was absorbed in reviewing my vocation. People misunderstand, ne about this and says unless I find something else she will break the tragic events of the past three They think I'm a fool, but I am off with me. I hat to quit this weeks, willing to be that for Christ's sake "Embolism," repeated Father You'd be surprised to know what JbknowaS whatl needtothedo.mOneYcan SOyoul don'tgive Kiernan with a circumfiection into interest my companions take in re- me an opinion? --Elmer D. the mouthpiece and, after an ex- ligion. Yet they wouldn't take a Dear Elmer D.: change of words about funeral ar- step towards a church. They are Keep your eyes open for some rangements, clanked the receiver suspicious of a man wearing the into place, slowly turned to VVil- Roman collar and shy at the sight other sort of position. Tell the girl of a sbcial worker. But they do that you are doing this and that liam Dirr of the Catholic Globe staff and said, "That puts a climax stop to listen attentively to the you will make a change the morn- to your story; Thomas Moran just harangues of one of their own corn- ent it is possible. I can see both died." panions. They all listen with the your viewpoints which makes it a William Dirr b'aS interviewing eagerness of little children when I little hard to give just the advice F a t h e r Kierian concerning the tell them about the Blessed Mother that you wish. __ early life of Thomas Moran. The and her Infant Son. Their eyes i editor of the Catholic Globe, hear- gleam with delight at the parable Trouble Maker ing of the unique vocation of this of the prodigal son, or at the love What Are Your Problems? By The FRIEND IN NEED where that fellow used to life and when he saw him on the street he told some folks that that fellow was in jail once for three months. Do you think this means we should , have nothing to do with him in the future? --T. R. Dear T. R.: No, I do not. First of all, I think the party had a lot to do to tell what he knew about the boy. AI parently he has been behaving himself in your town or I assume i you would not have gone out with him. Furthermore, it couldn't have been too serious an offense if it carried with it only a three months jail sentence. If the mistakes of the past were held against us for life, where would most of us be? I cannot abide a troublemaker. To me, they represent the lowest form of animal existence. Only People "hobo-apostle," sent his reporter to gather material for a feature ar- ticle in the diocesan beekly. It was coincidental that Thomas Mo- ran should meet death by a fatal accident, and thus bring additional news-value to the story of his life. Thomas had been a student for the priesthood for almost eleven )-ears when blood poisoning in an index finger necessitated its ampu- tation. The people of Roakes were shocked at the news and all pitied the poor lad. That pity, however, soon developed into an indignation md merciless scorn when the in- habitants learned that instead of settling down to a respectable oc- cupation, Thomas took to the road and became a nondescript loafer, a shiftless wanderer who sponged off the charity of others. For the past nine years he had been trudg- ing the highways of the country, sleeping on park benches, and lead- ing a life of misery. At least that was the calumnious belief in his home city. The news of the amputation crushed the heart of Mrs. Moran. This misfortune, however, only pre- saged further trials. For nine years she had to bear the insults and the stigma of being the mother of a loathed tramp. And now death cli- maxed her poignant grief. But her )atience was heroic. She bided her time and left alI in the hands of God. Her son's reputation, practic- ally worthless, was vindicated dur- ing the last few weeks of his life. of Christ for Lazarus, or his so- Friend in Need: Friend in Need: - licitude over Jerusalem. The words About three months ago a young What do you think of people of Tertullian are certainly true, man came to our town to work. who take a budget book issued by "The soul of man is naturally Chris- He is from a city about two hun- the parish and go over all the tian." It is to win thee souls for dred miles away. Everyone seem- names and make comments on Christ that I am out in the streets, ed to like him and I, myself, have what this one gave and what that I know that I am in constant dan- enjoyed his company on several one gave, and how such a one ger of accidents and of contracting occasions. Not long ago =omeone should have given more as they diseases, but then my guardian an- came to this town from the city drive a nice big car, and things like that? --L, L. gel will shield me. Besides I can Dear L. L.: _+ . always count on your prayers. "Goodbye morn, and pray for me. NOTE BOOK Don't go fretting over me, ms, I'm well taken care of, and happy too. (Continued from page 1) The local is coming and our gang is moving with it. I haven't time anltv and civilization and trai- to run to the post office anymore tors to them. I think they're only people. And mople being as they are, :ourse of conduct you indicate much according to specifics- ions. The Divorced Friend to mail this letter, so I'll send it The Spanish Reds, those vile Question Again off at the next stop. I have only a nickel with me for stamp,;, and tools of Moscow, those bloody, -'fiend in Need: I'm afraid that all of six cents will foul wretches, those atrocious A Catholic girl has been keeping be necessary to bring this bulky and indecent and monstrous company with a salesman whom i letter to you. I just left room brutes, those enemies of civil- she met six months ago In a pro- per manner. She has sine found enough to tuck in a few X X X X's ization and of the human race, out that this man has been mar- for you and Alice. Your loving son, those vile traitors to every ried and divorced, She spoke to Thomas. democratic and American prin- him about this and he explained "Six cents," mused Father Kier- ciple--rcceive the blessing of a to her that he is getting an annul- nan as he returned the missive, goodly number of American ment of his mrriage on good "I was fortunate to locate Stiltz - grounds. Will she be free to mar- Halleck for an interview," began congressmen, including twcn- ry this man? --Worried. Mr. Dirt'. "He was in the hospital tv-six of the ninety-six sen- Dear \\;Vorried-- with Thomas Moran, laid up with a ators of the United States. I do not know whether you re- fer to a civil annulment or an ec- badly wrenched knee which ke re- Congressmen approving the clesiastical one. In either event, ceived in the same accident. He related the details to me with such toul crew crucifying Red Spain the Question Box, care of this unction and intensity that I b-as arc silly and absurd and ridic- paper, is the place for such an forced to regard him as Thomas' UlOUS; they are making men- inquiry. equal in holiness. He called keys of tIemselves; they arc PERSONAL to G. A.: Myself, Thomas, 'The Hobo-Apostle of playing the fool, the idio+t, the I'd rather be guilty of almost an)" Christ,' and referred to him as 'a The news of the mishap, in which :mdern religious troubadour out to lunatic: they are betraying other fault. Once you have ser- Thomas in company with six other win mpsed Catholics and to con- every principle of freedom and iously damaged a person's name vagrants was caught under the vert others.' And then, in an in- democracy and d e c c n c y of and reputation, the injury is el- wreckage of a derailed freight spired train, he continued: "S'fun- .Americanism and civilization most irrevocable. Do what you can, train, did not much surprise the ny, no one ever appreciated his however, if you ever hope for Readers: If you wish the cot  villagers of Roakes. "I knew it work, except those few of us whom and Christianity. peace of mind in the years to rect answer to your social usage would happen sooner or later," and he led back to the grace of God. * * * come. And certainly let this exper- problem, mail it to Lucie Lee, "I told you so," were the recurring I knew him only a short time, but About a month ago A. P. Doug- fence be a lesson to you. Lees6 The Observer, 845 Bluff street, phrases that fell from their lips. I am convinced that he is a true Dubuque, Iowa, and it will be Five of the seven travelers were saint. Beneath his ragged jacket laSSTimesWrOteandaroundlyletter tOassertedThe Londonthat goodlytngues portionare responsibleof the miseryfr -a answered through this column, killed instantly, only Thomas Mor- there beats a heart of gold. Men England was within two weeks of the world today, v Your identity will not be re- an and "Stiltz" Halleck survived misjudged his case. I heard of starvation when America entered reeled. For personal reply en. the accident. Upon Thomas' person his eccentric activities but ahvays the World War. Mr. Douglass close stamped envelope, was found his identification card. dismissed the thought of him b'ith speaks b'ith great authority; he H E N R Y B A R E n case of accident please notify an nncharitable tap on the head -- --looney. But I learned different- had extensive experience in food Q. Would you please tell me Mrs. Elizabeth Moran, Roakes, II1., something about the correct wear- and written beneath that. in his ly. It was his love for a good-for- organization for Great Britain dur- mother's neat handwriting, was the nothing like me that induced me to ing the World War. Pharmacist ing of Mourning as it is worn to- notice, "1 am a Catholic; in case return to the Church. His ways * * * day? How long should a widow of accident please summon a Cath- were simple. He would meet the Eugene Lyons, American journal- ERIE - ILLINOIS wear it? Is it necessary for par- vagrants in their own dugouts, in ist, went to Russia with sympa- cuts, brothers, sisters? Should a olic priest." In his jacket, discov-pool halls, lounging rooms, in dime thie s strongly Red and Commun- wife wear it for her husband,slered a day after the mishap, was a lengthy letter addressed to his hotels, everywhere, becoming all istic and came out of there utter- ImmL.Rmmmll||mml||mlll relatives? things to all men that he might ly disgusted and disillusioned with A. The regulations on mou'rning mother. "It's a pity," remarked the news win all. The follow-up work he Bolshevism and all its ways and SHANK'S FreepHONEDeliverys8 are not very strict at present. The reporter, "that he should suffer a left to others. Often priests would works, as he reports in his re- bearing of it is generally left up fatal relapse right after he rallied be called to outlandish places to cently published Assignment in ( R E E N H O U S E to the individual. When it is worn so hopefully. I wonder how his bring the Sacraments to dying! Utopia. Funeral Flowers, Designs on Short the periods are shorter, though it mother feels. She was so brave tramps. It was this "Sleuth of Russian Communism or Bolshe- Notice. Cut Flowers, Potted Plants should not be cast aside too soon when I visited her three days ago." Christ" who ferreted them out an'd vism is like vice; to he hated, it TAM:PICO as though it were" a penance to Reaching into his brief case Mr. prepared them for the priests.  Of- needs only to be seen. Every hon- |||lmmim|mm I||m||||| wear it. Dirr produced the letter which ten Thomas wished he had the est Red like Lyons or Gide, Emma A widow usually wears black for Thomas had written to his mother )riestly powers to absolve, but he Goldmann or Alexander Berkmann two years after her husband's and handed it to Father Kiernan had to be content with the means that has gone into Red Russia has EMERY & FULLERTON death. A young widow wears all to read while he arranged his he had at his disposal, to elicit acts come out of it denouncing and GASOLINE AND OIL black for one )-ear and during the notes for the press, of perfect love of God with his damning the accursed thing in all Vesta and WIIlard Batteries )eitents. the moods and tenses. Goodyear and National Tires s econ d wears combinations of "Derest Morn: "'Thomas poured forth th e The conclusion of Lyons from black and white or pale gray "Thanks for the package you sent PUROL PRODUCTS or mauve. Similar mourning is me for my birthday. The fudge nessage of Christ. I used to hec- his Russian experience is siguif- 'hone 256 Prophetstown, III. worn for one year after the death was fine; delicious, at least so my kle him and get him hot under leant, especially for Catholics. He the collar but he was a master in of a parent, brother or sister. For pals told me. Now don't blame ........................ other relatives three months is the me for not eating the whole pack- silencing guys like me. He chided concludes, "I have seen that move- ments for economic change are + ......... - ..... " ........ usual time if mourning is chosen, age myself. I cleaned up the me for my conduct and soon won for all except crumbs. You know, it was-this me over to his cause. I was to be worthless, even dangerous, as soon PROPHETST0WN IttheiS widownW theinVOgueher first year to way: the rest of my buddies were his partner--I would inteTrupt him as they throw off respect for life, lighten the mourning with the ad- famished for sweets so I shared with objections and thus cause the factfr libertY,that suchfranJUStiCe'assertion,ThewhichVery dition of pale colors. The long ith e box with them. It was a treat listeners to take sides, but in the would have sounded axiomatic in mourning veil is ony used by old-to see them dexour the contents, end Thomas would always win out er women. ! "My record today, after nine and his audience, agree'with him, the past, now has 'a quixotic ring and thus you see, we may prepare is a measure of the distortions in Auto Serice A wife wears the same degree ears of hobo-lug, shows that I coYered thirty thousand the soil for God's grace to do the our mass thinking. Our epoch is $25.o0 Per Month buys any rest. But now hte accident has gangrened by a contempt for the Ford Car.. Small Down Payment. It Two Toned miles Quite an accomplishment spoiled all. protoplasm of society: the individ- GEe, MATHIS AUTO CO. S " for a fellow that always was con- "'And now, Mr. Dirr,' ins softer ual human being." Ford Authorized Sales and Service Sleeping Now sidered lazy. My other records re-tone Stiltz confided to me, 'if Car Painting Washing--Greasing zeal that my last convert raises Thomas dies I am not able to con= Catholic Secretary the list to one hundred and seven- tinue alone. He is my guide. He teen. The number seems small but is the sun andI only the reflecting A d Drugs I must consider myself fortunate planet. If he can't continue, then of French ca emy to get that man),. I will pass out of the picture too.' Co W. Fenn & Son "I ran into a very disconsolate "And b-hilt Stiltz shed hot tears Paris.--Georges Goyau, 67, presi- Dependable Since -1590 fellow the other day. To be sure Mrs. Moran softly tiptoed into his dent of the Corporation of Chris- SAVE Vi."ITH SAFETY AT YOUR he proved to be a fallen-away room and I questioned her about tian Publicists, has been elected REXALL STORE CathoMc. He boasted, however, other events in her son's life. Of perpetual secretary of the Acade- that his parents wouldn't miss Sun- particular interest to me was the mie Francaise by 26 out of 28 day Mass on a bet. After a short incident that inspired her Thomas votes. He succeeds the late Rene Furniture review of catechism I helped him to undertake such a thankless job. Doumic. This practically unanim- make his examination of con- " 'It was on the morning when ous election shows the high esteem Frank L Dudley science. This comes so natural to Thomas' classmates were ordained in which this great Catholic his- Funeral Director me after I have repeated it so to the priesthood,' she said with a torian is held by the most illustrt- often that many think I can read faltering voice, 'that he and I drove ous French writers. Ambulance Service their consciences. We both dress- to the seminary for the occasion. PHONE 13R2 Prophetstown, Ill ed up for Holy Communion the Thomas was sitting beside me in next day and marched up to the the nave, a silent spectator, mute, Veteran Catholic rail right in the midst of all the downcast, in tears. His soul was Writer Receives Implements ritzy folk and received our Lord grief-stricken. All during the ser- THEDE IMPLEMENT CO. the same as they I think we even vices and later during the sermon Honor From Pope Dealers In Plymouth and DeSot, edified some people, coming as we of the bishop he sat there, unre- did in our Sunday-go-meeting- sponsive. But as the bishop neared London.- George Elliot Anstru- Cars. International Trucks. Fern Implements, Seeds, Harness, Wind- clothes, which as you well know, the end of his discourse and be-ther, veteran Catholic writer who mills. Hardward. Refrigerators All"and are not very good at their best came more eloquent, I noticed attended the International Etmhar- Stoves. "One Price to "About six weeks ago, while I Thomas shake with emotion. At istic congress as the lay speaker was dicussing religion with a the ringing appeal of the bishop, from England, has been awarded Meat Market group of vagabonds up pops a bras- "Go ye into the highways and by- by the Holy Father a Knighthood sy little fellow Stiltz Halleck by ways . . ." Thomas' tense features in the Order of St. Gregory the name, to heckle me. Did he have relaxed and a heavenly peace rest- Great. A. forceful speaker, he MORATH'S HONE + spunk and hrass I kept my eye ed on his countenance He heard spoke on Catholic doctrine from MEAT MARKET on him, collared him later and gave him a lecture. He is a Catho- the challenge, understood it, and I street-corner platforms before the lic but one of those smart sleeks am proud to say he also heeded starting of the Catholic Evidence FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS it to the letter'." guild. whom you can't tell anything. I . coaxed him to listen to me and I The convulsed sobs of Alice Bishop Woznicki finally got him under my control, awakened Mrs. Moran from her b00c00m+ Cons.rated As SAVAIh00A of mourning for her-husband's rela- again of her surroundings and no- Detroit Auxiliary Following the .same trend that tives as for her own, only for a ticed the tears of her neighbors. marks the current styles in shorter time. She made a supreme struggle to Detroit.--M- O,n a s,'nre of al Mdse ''-I| men's pajamas, this pair pro- Mourning for men is as formal remain composed, to hear the con- Archbishops and Bishops, 50 Men- rides a two-toned splash in as for women though for a short-eluding words of the speaker, "Do signori, 600 priests, and members ener green. Designed by Gladys er period. For a funeral of a near not forget that death has once been of the laity were |)resent Jan. 25 Parker, they were shown at her relative, a man wears all black conquered, and that one day we too at the solemn consecration of the Marth Bros i;c TO SL0t | STORE I style show held in New York. and a mourning band around his shall triumph over it. The life of Most Rev. Stephen S. Wozoicki as Featuring Popular Priced | hat is he chooses. For several Thomas Moran was indeed a noble Titular Bishop of Pelte and Auxili- MERCHANDISE 1 Others shown were two-toned months following the funeral he one, his death a happy one, and ary Bishop of Detroit. Among the SAVANNA MT. CA1RROI.J. | pajamas of strikingly different may wear a black mourning band his reward in heaven, let us hope prelates present was Bishop Ho- colors, i , -= on his sleeveo, and pray, a glorious one." ban, of Rockford. i-':',--+--