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PAGE 10 THE OBSERVER Guide to Better TV Movies First Regional Meeting WBBM, Channel 2, Chicago Saturday, Feb. 4 1:00 Plciure for a Saturday Alterhoon ’Whlstling in Dixie" A»1 4:30 The Early Show "Two Years Before the Mast“ 10:00 T All A-l Sunday, Feb. 12:00 Plcture tor a Sunday Afternoon Brother Talks to Horses” A-i 10:15 The Late Show “My Own True Love” B 12:30 The Late, Late Show "The Brasher Doubloon“ A~II Monday, Feb. 4:30 The. Early Show “Disrupted Pas- sage" A-l 10:15 The Late Show “The Bride Came C.O.D.” A-II Tuesday, Feb. 7 4:30 The Early Show "Two Girls on Broadway” A~lI 10:15 The Late Show "Hold Back the Dawn" A-II 12:30 Xhle Late, Late Show "Seventeen" Wednesday, Feb. 11 4:30 The Early Show "Kidnapped" A-l 10:15 The Late Show “Belle Starr" A-l 12:30 The Late, Late Show "Bahama Passage," B Thursday, Feb. 9 1:30 The Early Show "Lady Takes a Sailor” B 10:15 The Late Show “A Medal for Benny" A-lt 12:30 The Late, Late Show "Bad Bascom” A-l Friday, Feb. 10 4:30 The Early Show "Trail of the Lonesome Pine" A~I 10:15 The Late Show “First Traveling Saleslady” A-ll 12:30 The Late, Late Show "Daisy Kenyon” B / WISC, Channel 3, Madison Saturday, Feb. 4 10:30 Theater Three "Bad Boy“ Avl Sunday, Feb. 5 10:00 THE CHRISTOPHERS 12:30 KNOW THE TRUTH 10:00 Theatre Three “And So They Wree Married" A-l Tuesday, Feb. 7 10:30 pm. Theatre Three "Stallion Road” A-Il Wednesday, Feb. 3 10:30 pm. Theatre Three “Janie” A-lI Thursday, Feb. 9 10:15 pm. Theatre Three “Mr. Skeffing—‘L ton” A-II Friday, Feb. 10 10:30 pm. Theatre Three “Two Guys from Milwaukee" A-l WNBQ. Channel 5,‘Chicago . Saturday, Feb. 4 1:15 Channel 5 Playhouse "So Lovely, So Deadly" A41 2:30 Channel 5 Playhouse "Roaring City" B I Monday, Feb, 4:00 Mowe 5 “Night of the Hunter" B Tuesday, Feb. 1 4:00 Mowe 5 “Las Vegas Shakedown" Wednesday, Feb. 8 4:00 XIOIVIB 5 “Return of Jesse James" . Thursday, Feb. 9 4:00 Movte "Captain John Smith Friday, Feb. 10 4:00 Movie 5 "Two Guys and a Gal” A-Il FREEPORT he Best of CBS "Grapes of Wrath” “My Bl CLUB ESQUIRE “Famous For Fine Food” Steaks+Chicken—Seafood Distinctive Atmosphere Delightful Cuisine Air Conditioned Comfort Year Round Five Miles West of Freeport on Rte. 20 Reservations For Private Parties AD 3-1107 Tuesday, Feb. 7 11:30 The Late Show “The Three Musketeers" A-ll Friday, Feb. 10 11:00 pm. MGM star Theatre "Singa- pore” B 12:40 The Late Show "Up The River" A-I WKOW, Channel 27, Madison Saturday, Feb. 4 3:00 Western Playhouse “Black Bart” 10:00 Fanfare llAll My Sons" B . Sunday, Feb. 5 10:00 The Sunday Movie “The Lady from Cheyenne" A-ll 1:00 Fanfare “All My Sons" B 10:30 pm. The Late Show “The Lady from,cheyenne” A-ll . Monday, Feb. 10:30 THE CHRISTOPHERS 10:25 p.m. The Late Show "Secret Fury” A-Il WOC. Channel 1‘. Davenport Saturday, Feb. 4 10:50 pm. Premiere Performance Face Nelson" 8 Sunday, Feb. 5 11:15 pm. Premier Performance "1 Remember Mama” A—l "Baby Monday, Feb. 12:10 Movie Matinee "I Take This Woman" A-II Tuesday, Feb. 7 12:10 Mowe Matinee "The Lone Gun" A-l Wednesday, Feb. 3 12:10 Movie Matinee “Dr. Kildare‘s Strange Case“ A-ll Thursday, Feb. 9 12:10 [AA/\otl/ie Matinee “Crossed Swords” Friday, 12:10Movie Matinee Feb. 10 "Thunderbirds" A-l WITI, Channel 6, Milwaukee Saturday, Feb. 4 2:00 The Early Show, "The Virginian,” Tuesday, Feb. 10:25 pm. The Late Show “Payment on Demand“ 8 r Ari. . ,, . Wednesday Feb. 3 "‘00 LZZKEE'EAJ'IE’E Show' Beh'nd the 102,25 p.m. The Late Show "Rancho Notorious” B sunday' Feb: Thursday, Feb. 9 11:30 Sunday Showtime, "Happy Go Lucky,” 3_ 10:25 [1.111. The Late Show "Man About 3:00 Sunday Showtime, "The Biscuit T°Wn A'” Eater," A-l. Friday, Feb. 10 11:00 pm. The Late Show, “Dead Man’s 10:25 The Late Show "Sleep My Love” Eyes,“ A-II. A-II v , Monday, Feb. .6 4:00 The Early Show, "Street of Chance," A-Il. 10:50 The Late Show, ”Ambush," A-ll. Tuesday, Feb. 1 4:00 The Early Show, “Dancing on a Dime,“ A-l. 10:50 The Late Show, "And Sudden Death." A~|. WMTV, Channel 33, Madison Sunday, Feb. 5 5:00 pm. BISHOP SHEEN. WTVO, Channel 39, Rockford Saturday, Feb. 4 Wednesday, Feb. I Sunda , F b. 5 4:00 ¥he EarlKHShow, “French Without 10:45 THE CHRISTEPHERS ears,” . 10:30 . . Fe 1 re Theater "Y ’ 10:50 ITAhe Latlel Show, 1’You Belong to (5,3131 analflonest Man“ A-tou cant e," A- . 9 Film First CommuniOn For ABC “Directions ’61.” will .“Focus on Youth” S u n d a y, Feb. 5 (ABC-TV, 12—12:30 pm. CST). John Alcorn is editor-host of Thursday, Feb. 4:00 The Early Show, “Sky Parade," A4, 10:50 The Late Show, “Easy Come, Easy Go,“ A-II. Friday, Feb. 10 4:00 The Early'Show, "F-Man" A-I. 10:45 The Late Show, "Daughter of Shanghai,” A-II. WISN, Channel 12, Milwaukee Saturday, Feb. 4 3:00 pm. Twentieth Century 'Theatre Sundown Jim” A-l 10:5 The Big Movie “Please Murder Ms“ B Sunday, Feb. 5 10:30 KNOW THE TRUTH 10:45 THE CHRISTOPHERS Monday, Feb. 10:45 pm. The Big Movie “Apartment for Peggy” A-II uesday, Feb. 7 10:45 The Big Movie “Snake Pit” Thursday, Feb. 9 10:45 pm. The Big Movie “Dark I C°me"'F;‘ig;y Feb m the program produced by ABC- 1o:45 p.m. The. Big Movie "My Darling TV in cooperation with the Na- Clementlne” A~Il tional Council of Catholic men. A photographic essay on the meaning of and reaction to a child’s first communion will be featured. Photographed by Jock Lowe, the feature was filmed at the Church of the Transfigura— tion in Tarrytown, N.Y., as Fe- licia Messuri, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Messuri of iTarrytown. takes her first com» ‘munion. The Rev. Anselm Burke 'officiates at the service. A discussion of a child’s ,choice of a profession, with spe« cial emphasis on the theater, will also be presented. “Directions ’61” is produced for ABC-TV by Wiley Hance and directed by William ‘Ayers. IWREX, Channel 13, Rockford Saturday, Feb. 4 11:15 pm. Encore Theatre “Cry Havoc" A—ll Sunday, Feb. 5 10:15 THE SACRED HEART PROGRAM Richard Kroeger 22-24 East Spring Street I e [102021728 DREWRYS Ask For BIG .“D’i Drewrys Distributed Throughout Stephenson County By— FRANK LASSANDRO AD 2-4036 To Give Concert STERLING — Richard Kroc— ger, well known bass baritone concert "and radio soloist, will appear in the second annual re— cital to be held at Newman high school Sunday evening, Feb. 19. Mr. Kroeger, head of the music department at Newman. has sung throughout the United States in concert, radio and the beer refreshing television appearances. He will be accompanied by piano and organ. E d w a r cl Allcmand is pianist, and Mrs. S. A. Murphy will be at the organ. ‘ Freeport. Illinois Funerals 0 Weddings PHARMACY REXALL “Your Health is OUR Business” Richard Woods~RBh. T. E. Woods — RPh. PHONE 2631 TITmOIs Fulton SNYDER NURSING HOME "Always A Home-bike Atmosphere” Licensed by State 01 Ill. Supervised Diet Care Phone 6211 719 12111 Ave. Fulton 0 Plants 0 Corsages. O Arrangements Phone AD 2-6191 DEININGER'S Flowers for All Occasions FREEPORT .‘ . . Bennett 8. Hoeler FREEPORT, ILL. O Bouquets Freeport ,MON. Ready Mix 0 Roofing Channel 2 O Cement Blocks . 0 Lightning Rods . I I . . Fuel 0 Siding ADVENTURES Em Trough, 'IN PARADISE MORGAN’S FINE WINES AND LIQUEURS , We Welcome Your Patronage 1118 4th St., Fulton DON’T MAKE A‘ MOVE UNTIL YOU CONTACT O’MARA TRANSFER & STORAGE, INC. . : ADams 2-2512 Considine’s Insurance Agency Ofc. Phone 2551 Res. Phone 2861 - M ILLINOIS all NATIONAL Illinois , BUD’S‘ I.G.A'.' FOODLINER . For Delicious Home-Mode ——BOLOGNA ——COOKED CORNED BEEF —DR|ED BEEF ‘ -——METTWURST —MEAT LOAF Your Patronage Appreciated FULTON, ILL. Jfap . Zluneral, it‘nt ——Since I878— Corner of Sixth and Eleventh Completely Air—Conditioned Phone 2121 e Fulton, Ill. CID-DIRECTORS J. M. Foy Llewellyn Foy John O. Seesser l . . .1. Freeport’s Favor'iLe Department Store-for over Years. 18 W: Stephenson St. | You can be SURE if It’s Westinghouse : BORGMAN’S . MEN’S SHOP. “The Homelof Quality Clothes” 0 Van Huesen 81 Arrow Shirts 0 Holeproof Sox , 0 Adams Hats 0 Marx & Naas Suits 1116 4th ST. FULTON, ILL. n Also Complete Liine of Fireplace Fixtures ' FREEPORT Hardware Co. Two Convenient Locations Cor. S. Galena and Main l05 W. Man ADcms {247117 10:30 pm. The Big Movie "Hellfire" Avll|Sunday collection on March 12. For BiShops’ NEW YORK — The first re- gional meeting in conjunction with the 1961 Bishops’ Relief Fund appeal, which maintains the world’s greatest personto— person relief program. was held at the Roosevelt Hotel here, Francis Cardinal Spellman. Archbishop of New York, was [host to 25 campaign directors from all archdioceses and dio— ceses along the eastern sca- board. Speakers included Auxil‘ iary Bishop Edward E. Swan- strom of Ncw York. executive director of Catholic Relief Serv- ices—National Catholic Welfare Conference, and Father Alfred A. Schneider, the agency’s di— rector in Brazil. The appeal will be conducted a m 0 n g the 16.500 parishes throughout the United States beginning on March 5 and con- cluding with the annual Laetare A minimum goal of five million dollars has been set for the campaign. In addition to the appeal in the parishes, a campaign will be conducted during Lent among more than five million students in Catholic schools and colleges. This will start on Ash Wednesday. February 15. The Catholic students have contributed more than one mil- Appeal lion dollars annually to the fund in recent years. The Laetare Sunday collcc- tiop will be the 15th annual ap- peal conducted on behalf of the fund. The generous response to the appeal last year enabled CRS—NCWC. the worldwide rc- life and rehabilitation agency maintained by American Cath— olics, to assist more than 40 million needy persons in 60 countries, Bishop Swanstrom reported. ' One Billion Pounds He told the meeting that for the f o u r t h consecutive year more than a billionxpounds of relief materials were shipped to the needy overseas. This in- cluded shipments of surplus foods from the U. S. Govern- ment. The program had an over-all value of more than $121 million. The relief is distributed solely on the basis of need. without regard to race, creed or color. V Bishop Swanstrom said there. were 1,761 shipments of cloth- ing. medicines, surplus foods and other relief supplies made in 1960, which averaged one shipment every five hours. Other regional meetings have been scheduled for Chicago and San Francisco. Bishop S w a n- strom announced. COMING AURORA Feb, 10 and 11 —— Rummage} sale at 228 Main st.—Sponsorcd by Unit 13 of Sanctuary Sodal‘ ity of Our Lady of Good Coun~ cil parish. March 15 — The Annual St. Patrick card party at Madonna high school, sponsored by the Altar and Rosary society of St. Mary parish. BATAVI.A Feb. 7—“Passport Preview," annual card party and s t y l 6 show at. H 0] y Cross church— Sponsorec by Altar and Rosary lsociety. DIXON Feb. 9 Card party in St. Mary school hall at; 8 pm.— Sponsorcd by‘Altar and Rosary society of St. Patrick parish. Feb. 14—Spring style show in St. Mary school hall—Sponsored by Altar and Rosary society of' St. Patrick parish for benefit of St. Mary school: ‘ GENEVA Feb. ill—Pre-Lenten dance at Fox Valley Country club—spon— sored by St. Peter parish. HARMON Rob. 9-Card party at 8 pm. in St. Flanncn hall—Sponsored FREEPORT .- CUNNIN “OASIS” RE 0 Noon Lunchco Open Daily, E . Whnjvfriends drop‘ Serve coke ondrSnacI-(s if For Good Food . . . It’s EVENTS by St. Ann society. Lunch and prizes. MAYTOWN Feb. 12 Pre-Lentcn c a r d party,at 8 pm. in St. Patrick hall—Sponsored by Altar and Rosary society. Donation, 50c. Lunch and door prize. POLO Feb. 14 —— Card party in St. Mary hall—Sponsored by the parish. ROCHELLE Feb. 14 —— Mardi Gras card party in St. Patrick school hall —Sponsored by Mothers club. ROCKFORD Feb. 5~Spaghetti dinncrlrom noon untiI 2 p.m. in Ss. Peter and Paul parish hall, 1540 West st.—-Sponsored by Home an (I School association. Feb. 5 —— “Season‘s Fancy” bake and fancy goods sale after all Masses at St. Stanislaus in parish meeting room—Sponsored by Senior Sodality. Feb. 7—Card party at 8 pm. in St. Patrick church hall, 2500 School st.—Sponsorcd by Home and School association. Feb. 8—Pre-Lenten luncheon- style show at the Wagon Wheel, 12:30. Sponsored by the Catholic Ph. ADams 2.5712 _. 641 E. Stephenson FRED J.‘ KULL GHAMS STAURANT ns 0 Evening Specials kccpt Mont-lays Located at Junction Routes 20 81 26 ». FREEPORT, ILLINOIS fif’ Across From The Courthouse FREEPORT, ILLINOIS * PERSONAL LEATHER cooo's DECORATIIVE HOME I FIIRNISHINGS * CIFTS—HANDBAGS-CARDS LUGGAGE . . . Inge selection Featuring the annus American Tourister TRI-TAPER DONAHUE RAMBIER w... SERVICE BODY CO. “No Job Too Large Nor Too Small” Phone AD 2-3516 114‘N. Walnut Freeport ange Freeport and P Served “Always, Dial AD 2-5515 . . . , n. CAPONE’S ...r.., IIN DOWNTOWN FREEPORTI Italian Foods Steaks Sea Foods Chicken ' izza at Table or, Carry-Out Prepared to Perfection” ‘ 108 E. Stephenson FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1961 BISHOP GETS GOOD SERVICE—The Most Rev. Loras T. Lane got good service Sunday as he attended the third annual Boy Scout pancake breakfast at St. Patrick parish, Rockford. Tr.. scouts of troop 31, sponsored by Lane to attend the breakfast at the Holy Name Society of St. Patrick parish, invited Bisho, which more than 700 were served. Jim Stralow, center, and Bradley Turecek, right, were among those working at the breakfast. Young Adults Meet Sunday ROCKFORD — The Young Catholic Adults of Rockford will hold their first meeting Sunday, Feb. 5. at. 8 pm. in Verdi hall. The Rev. Herman Porter, :in~ structor in English at Newman Central high school, Sterling, will speak. Following F a t h e r Porter’s talk plans for a Mardi Gras will be discussed. All single, Catho- lic young men and women are invited to attend. Woman's League of Rockford. Feb. 9—Card partyat 8 pm. in St. James church hall—Spon- sored by Sanctuary Sodality. Feb. ll—Prc-Lcntcn dance at White Eagle gym, 235 15th Ave, with Vern Meisner’s orchestra—— Sponsored by Parents’ council of St. Stanislaus church. Feb. 12 —— Valentine Frolic dance at Lithuanian club from} 8:30 pm. u ntil 12:30 am.— Sponsored by St. Anthony court, W.C.O.F.~ ' Fob. 14—Mardi Gras c a r d party sponsored by St. Thomas" Patrons Club at 8 pm. at Faust! hotel. VIRGIL Feb. S—Card party —— Spon- sored by the Altar and Rosary society—benefit of SS Peterl and Paul parish in the parish hall, 8 pm. FREEPORT . . . . *. .V 1 3m ‘VALENTINE 3? DANCE W l ’1 FEB. 10,1961 .. ' FREEPORT COUNTRY CLUB 9 P.M. to 1 A.M. Emery Mecker’s Orchestra Admission—$2.00 Everyone Cordially Invited (Sponsored by St. Thomas Holy Nome Society) STANDARD l ATLAS Tires 0 Batteries 0 Accessories 5&H Green Stamps "Across from St. Vincent’s" FREEPORT CERAMIC TILE C0. Complete Line Selection O Armstrong Floor & Wall Tile O Formicn‘ 0 Pittsburgh Paints AD 3-2617 501 West South Street FREEPORT, ILLINOIS v POWER CLEANING o FURNACES o BOILERS 0 CHIMNEYS - Residential—Commercial , Industrial , “Cleaning is Our Only, Business” BURDETT ’H. SMALL FRANCHISE“) OM’VNER (Stephenson County), 881 W. Galena AD 2-1514 is sensible . . . arrangcmrnls in ads hurt. the Ill‘l'csslly for making 11a lime of grief. SIINCE 1928 AD 2-9312 ‘1 Pro-Arrangement More and more people are making funeral A frank discussion \\ ilh gour funeral director now will eliminan Schwarz Funeral I, Home 816 s. GALENA AVENUE ‘ B. Leo‘Schworz — Glen T. Schworz 1‘ MAY THEY REST IN PEACE ’l‘ The following clergy of the Diocese of Rockford passed on to their eternal rewards on the dates listed. Your prayers. are re- quested for the repose of their souls. Feb. 6, 1914—The Rev. William Bally, pastor of St. Mary, Galena, is buried in St. Many cemetery, Galena. Feb. 8, 1950—The Rcv. F. C. Voet, pastor of St. Joseph, Apple River, is buried in Marysville, Kas. CRS-NCWC Helps Korean ToWn ULGIN, Korea The world- troyed the town’s only fisl1< wide relief agency of U. S. packing plant. Catholic Relief Catholics sent 10 tons of flour Services-National Catholic Wcl- to this fishing town on the east. fare Council sent the flour at coast of Korea when a fire made the request of Father James 500 persons homeless and dcs— Murphy, S.S.C.. pastor of Ulgin. FREEPORT . . . Cheeseman Construction Company NOT INCK : ‘ General Contractor ' BUILDERS OF Churches Schools Industrial and Commercial Buildings Office Phone: AD 2-9516 Office Phone: AD 2-2178 Residence Phone: AD 2-4720 1328 South Harlem Ave.——Freeport, Illinois Through counfless years it. stands stalwart . . . The oldest living thing on earth is a tree, yet its time span is but a fleeting moment in the realm of eternity. At life’s ending the spirit is ltorn anew to abide forcvcr. A funeral should beautifully express this faith. “Our Home, Your Home in Time of Bereavement” BURKE-TUBES FUNERAL HOME West Galena and Narth Walnut Avenue FREEPORT, ILLINOIS ADums 2-0613 ORRIE TUBBS GENE BURKE Get The Fc1cl's.........'i Get The Fi=gures_......‘...... Get The Cars That "Give You More"'........... -Irom— MAN us MOTORS, Inc. Your Authorized Plymouth-Valiant Dealer 9 W. Douglas I r Frccport, Ill. sty decisions in I AD 2-9017 0 FREEPORT, ILL.