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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1961 uiescunl AURORA-mGeorge Buda, George parish, Feb. 3. Peter Burson, as, St. Michael parish, Jan. 31. Jacki Lynn Rieckert, A months, Lady of Good Counsel, Feb. 6. CRYSTAL LAKE—Mrs. Martha Fitzger— aid, 75, St. Thomas parish. Feb. 1. DIXON—John Oswald, 61, St. parish, Jan. 31. DUNDEE-Geurge J. Du Sold, Sr., St. Catherine parish, Feb. 3. ELGIN—Dr. Howard T. Knight, 71, St. Thomas More parish, Feb. 3. McHENRY—Mrs. Nettie MXFIeming, 74. 51.. Patrick parish,, Feb. 3. MT. MORRIS—Mrs. Peter Slominski, 77, St. Mary parish, Byron, er. 2. ROCKFORD—Mrs. Croceffessa Zammu- 10, (I3, St. Anthony parish, Jan. 30. Joe E. MCCarthy, 62, St. James parish, Jan. 31. Mrs. Helen McMakin, 74, st.. St. Req Sr., 71, Anne Patrick parish, Jan. 31. Wilbert Rune, 39, Feb. 4. ST. CHARLES—Edmond Van Haelsf, 82, 51. Patrick parish, Jan. 30. SOUTH ELGIN‘Robcrt E. Delaney, 46, St. Mary parish, Jan. 2?. 51 I WALTON—Leo R. Blackburn, Mary parish, Feb. 2. Edward parish, St. ‘t. James Plans Parish Mission February 12-25 ROCKFORD—St. James Pro- Cathedral will have a parish Mission Feb. 12—Feb. 25 accord— ing to an announcement. made here by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Herman A. Meilinger, V.F., pastor. The two week mission will be Conducted by the Paulist Fa- thers. with the first week for the women and the second week for the men. Mission services will begin at 7:30 pm. and will be followed by Benediction ot the Most Blessed Sacrament. Directions ’61 Man in the world ol nature, his origins, his evolution and his destiny, will be the subject of “Directions ’61” Sunday, Feb. 19 (ABC—TV, 12, 12:30 p.m. CST.). Editor—host John Alcorn will discuss the lite and writings of the Rev. Pierre Teilhard de Cbardin, renowned g e o l o gist and anthropologist. Father de Chardin‘s books. “The Divine Milieu” and “The Phenomenon of Man" have created considerable controver- sy in the United States in re- cent years. The Rev. L. McHugh.'as- sociate 'editor of the magazine “America,” will speculate on whether man exists on other planets. The program, Vol. 1, No. 15 in the series. is produced for ABC News and Public Affairs y Wiley Hence in association th the National Council of tholic Men. Written by Mi- hael Novak and John Alcorn, the program is directed by Wil- liam Ayers. St. Our , I . I On January 12, in celebrating Good Counsel’s Holy Name Soci ed by the' Rev. Raymond M. S ceremonies, at which Father OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL HAS HOLY NAME RALLY— its golden jubilee, Our Lady of ety, Aurora, had a rally conduct- cullion, 0.P., Midwest Regional Director of the Holy Name Society. Following the enrollment Scullion preached the sermon, the 350 men in the bottom picture participated in a low Mass celebrated by the Rev. Sylvester J. Eye, pastor. The men an- swered the responses; prayed together and ’sang; and then they COMING Feb. 10 and 1] —— Rummage sale at 228 Main st.——-Sponsored by Unit 13 of Sanctuary Sodal- ity of Our, Lady at Good Coun— ,cil parish. Feb. 21 and 22 — “Embassy Fashions,” at East high school auditorium at 8 pm. both nights -—— Co-sponsored by aux- iliaries of St. Joseph Mercy, St. Charles and Copley Memorial hospitals. March 15 —— The Annual St. Patrick Card party at Madonna high school, sponsored by the Altar and Rosary society of St; Mary parish. CARPENTERSVILL‘E Feb. 11 —- Roller skating par— ty at Fox River Roller Rink, Elgin, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Sponsored by Little Flower sodality. Feb. 11 Annual Valentine dance at 8 pm. in north annex of St. Monica church, Route 25. STRANGE By M. ]. MURRAY my .i II" Pulronize Our Advertisers THE ORIGINAL? 1 Blue Ribbon DisIIibulors Rockard Dixon John llnohel 6. Son Fruporf, Ill. BUT TRU Little-Known Facts Tor Catholics I WL. 1981. N£.W.C. News Sal'le , 3%: tones or SPAIN wen: TRADITIONAle mm“! or THE BASILICA or STMARY MAJOR ROMEAS WERE THE «ms: or FRANCE OF THE LArEmn BASILICA 5- 1H: KINGS or ENGLAND ormE BASILIcA OF S! mm. OUTSIDE THE WALLS. More NOIiVe PrieSI's Needed $7.00 WILL MAINTAIN :ASTUDENT FOR ONE WEEK WILL‘YOU HELP'HIM ALONG? EVENTS AURORA ‘ Sponsored. by JOhn F. R y a it post OI Catholic War Veterans. DIXON Feb. 12 ——~ Valentine dance in St. Anne social hall from 8:30 to 11:30 pm. -—- Sponsored by St. Anne Holy Name society. Feb. 14 Spring style Ishow in St. Mary'school hall — Spon- sored by Altar and Rosary so— ciety of St. Patrick parish for benefit of St. Mary school. GENEVA Feb. 10 Pre-Lentcn dance Fox Valley Country club sponsored by St. Peter parish. MAYTOWN Feb. 12 —t- Pre-Lenten card party at 8 p.m. in St. Patrick hall — Sponsored by Altar and Rosary society. Donation, 500. DECKERs GARAGE i O General Auto Service 0 Towing Service . received Holy Communion together. A social hour followed the Mass In the parish hall. In the top picture are: Front row I. to r.: AI Doud, incoming vice—president; Bruce GiIIis, incoming vice- president; Arnold Millen, incoming president; James Sellen, outgoing president and Father George May, outgoing recording secretary and incoming finan- cial secretary; LeRoy Hartle, and Mitchell Blusiewicz, treasurer. outgoing vice president. (Photo by Lunch and door prize. POLO Feb. 14 — Card party in St. Mary hall —— Sponsored by the parish. ROCHELLE Feb. 14 -— Mardi Gras card party in St. Patrick school hall -—-— Sponsored by Mothers club. ROCK FALLS , Feb. 12 — Card party at 8 pm. in St. Andrew parish hall —-Spon_sored by Altar and Ro— sary society. ROCKFORD Feb. 11 Pro-Lenten dance at White Eagle gym, 235 15th ave., with Vern Meisner's or- chestra ~ Sponsored by Par- ent’s council of St. Stanislaus church. Feb. 11 Bake sale at Gra- celfagrocery store on Kilburii Ave. starting at 9 a.m. ~— Spon- sored by Junior guild oi Cath- olic Woman’s league. Feb. 12 Mardi Gras Cos- 27th Annual Escorted Little the Shrines. 46 days from .......$I395 Escorted low: to New Orleans, 0 Motorola Radio II TV ' l 0 Boots and Motors DIAL 2461—FULTON, ILL. I Hawaii, Mexico, California Opportunity Io hear Mn.“ on all mun See your Rue-it or urito Dept. C-7. ANDERRIIrfemruuRs 67 East Madison, Chicago 3 priesthood. MANY ARE V Door Fathom Emma mid to tho prioothood for ... In our Divino. Word Seminal-1o: in India. Philippines and Japan. we have a number Of students preparing for tho . cial holp to cOnIinuo thoir studios. ‘ books. NAME lplooco print)...........\............ .. . . ADDRIOS.............................._......................;.............................................__.... m.meONl..ma_MATEw~—mm Man to COSTS LESS! SAVES MORE! new way to have unlimited soft water. . .automatically! 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