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News Section--Page 8A THE OBSERVER EDITION OF OUR SUNDAY VISITOR Sunday, February 11, 1951 Rockford--Everything was in~> readiness this week for the public nil ~ -- a~a chicken dinner which will be pre- ~LA ~el~s r|ans sented by St. Mary s Holy Name n- a a p y tar I.aDor forum societ between 1 and 5 p. m. Sun- day, Feb. II, at St. Mary's hall.. . ,.. Officers of the recently-reorganiz- In Ngln~rvli]~ ed men's society of the downtown .... "wVw=--===v church extended a cordial invita- . . +;.. ,~ h~ event to -resent, -ast r~aperv]lle--The Cathohe Labor and future parishioners and~ to Allmnce announc~ a::~h3rtp::13~ frmnds of the parish in and around :~1 ~:~,~,~: :'.:i,,, ~^~b f-r o living' Rckf~dr's Altar and Rosary so Parrfe;he"ciasses'wili~b::dievt~da St.. Y. . " to parliamentary law p ' ,, cmty ~.s assmtmg theHoly. Name feature o popular in last Falli rou tn preparmg ano erring zne ~ri~ g P ..... re ....... dinner The droner wtl! be p - .~ .... ~ --, q+ ~ .... 'o o-.arklin~, new uuring the seven years of con- ''='~ "" ~'~ ...... # + m~ited t~ visit ducting and sponsoring these Kll;cnen. ulners are -. -- - - - ~ - he o,,;~ end s,,an kitchen during, r~e]gnoornoou ~,anor forums m tne ..:.~ ~e.~ - v ~ Chicago area, the C L A has a re- the afternoon " " " " hmen lookin forward to St nowned reputation in this field, iris g 'namely, imparting to workers the Patrick's day will find no fault sound teachings of Christian prin- with the decorating scheme at St. rinlo~ A~ ~nnt~in~cl in thD Pnn~] Mary s newly-decorated hall. Green social letters shade predominate. An attractive border separates a light green motif from a darker green. The colors are easy on the eyes. Everyone who attends the dinner will be helping some deserving St. Mary's parish youth to obtain a Catholic high school education. Proceeds will go into the Holy Name society's scholarship fund. Tickets will be on a~le at the door for $1.25 each. Children tickets are half price. To assure personalized service, Mrs. Rene Nichols, president of The sessions, like the C.L.A., are non-sectarian and open to the pub- lic. The lectures are not formal but are conducted as discussion groups with the leader acting as moderator. No college diplomas will be given but all who attend will be rewarded with many inter- esting hours. The Naperville Labor forum will meet on Tuesday evening at 7:30, Feb. 13 through March 20. Ses- sions will be held at St. Peter & Paul church, Napery[lie. Fee for the entire series Is one dollar. No Newmanotes An enrollment of 2,700 Catholics is expected at the Newman foun- dation on the University of Illinois campus, Champaign-Urbana, when the spring semester begins Febru- ary 13. The Newman foundation was established to meet the spiritual and intellectual needs of Catholic students attending the state uni- versity. Foundation activities cen- ter in St. John's chapel, a struc- ture of colonial architecture seat- ing more than one thousand per- sons. Beneath the chapel are a library, lounge, recreation hall, of- fices, and a music room. Adjoin- ing St. John:s chapel is Newman hall, a men S remence nousmg 325 students. The Rev. Dr. Edward J. Duncan, chaplain to the Catholic students, is the director of the Newman foundation and is assisted by the Reverend Edward W. O'Rourke and the Reverend Edgar C. Tay- lor. The priests offer three masses daily and Sunday and hear con- fessions at all the daily masses, a well as at regular periods on Saturday afternoons and evening.. The foundation offers courses m dogmatic, moral and ascetic theo- logy, in liturgy, scripture, church history and philosophy. The relig- ion courses are fully accredited by the University. An integral part of the founda- tion is the Newman club, official organization of Catholic students attendmg the University. It fos- ters the development of a truly Catholic intellectual life among these students by sponsoring a series of lectures on topics of vital Lnterest to Catholics through its Te Deum and Aquinas forums and Coming Events Rockford Feb. 11 --- Bake Sale --- St. Peter's School Hall -- auspices St. Peter's PTA. Feb. 11 -- Ham Dinner -- St. Bridget's Hall -- auspices Blessed Sacrament sodality. Feb. 11 -- Chicken Dinner -- St. Mary's Hall -- 1 to 5 p. m. -- aus- pices Holy Name society. Feb. 18 -- Notre Dame Univer- sity Glee Club Concert -- Rockford Theatre -- sponsored by Catholic Men's club. Aurora Mar. 17--Bake Sale--auspice Marmion Mothers' club. March 17 -- St. Patrick's Day Bake Sale -- Ward & Jones Furn- iture Co. -- auspices Aurora Chap- ter, Marmiofi Mothers' club Mar. 26 --- Spring Card Party, Bake and Candy Sale -- St. Niel~o- las Hall Apr. 11 -- Annual Card Party--- St. Joseph Parish Hall -- auspices Arch-Confraternity of Mary. Elgin March 27 --- Card Party -- St. Mary s School hall--aupices St. Ann's society. Freeport Feb. 11 -- Bake Sale -- Social Room of St. Mary's School--after the 7:30 and 9 o'clock Masses m St. Mary's church. Apr. lg- Public Card Party~ St. Joseph's Hall -- 8 p.m. --span. sored by Mater Christi Circle Daughter of Isabella. Rock Falls Students Listed At St. Edward Elgin--On Thursday, Feb. 1, students of St. Edward High School received quarterly reportJi~ cards from the Reverend E. A~ O'Brien, Superintendent of the school. Again, the students were reminded of their opportunities and were encouraged to make even greater effort in the two remain- ing quarters of this scholastic year. The following received first hon- ors: Seniors: Virginia Beckman, Car- men Flares and Dorothy Miazga. Juniors: Nancy Bonnike, Richard Conrad, Ruth Ann Griffin, Merle Grollemond, Mary Lou Humbracht, Richard Jacob, Laurence Knott, Nancy Link, Richard Meagher, James O'Brien and Mary Ann Stickling. Freshmen: Amelia Avers[no, William Beckman, Nancy Calhoun, Carol Clark, Shirley Johnston, Sharon O'Connor, Paul Nolan, Thomas O'Haire, Kathleen Relli- hun, George Rumple, Beverly Ser- eta, Jeanne Stickling, Mary True, Kenneth Ward and John Wehrle. Second honors were received by: Joan Clark, John Paul and Con- stance Spolum~ Transit Company Plans Bus Service To Churches For Holy Year Visits Rochester, N.Y.--(NC)-- Roch- ester's transit company will pro- the Altar and Rosary ociety, and fee is charged for unemployed its Christopher conferences. Cath- Feb. 25 -- Spaghetti Dinner -- vide a chartered bus ervice to Mrs. Charles Evans, president of persons. Regitration will be held olic graduate students comprise an St. Andrew's Parish hall -- aus- take Catholics from their home the Mothers' club, will be on hand opening night, Feb. 13. autonomous unit within the frame- picas Altar & Rosary Society. parishes to the four churches des- to greet visitors. The Ray. Charles work of the club. The Newman ignated for gaining the 1951 Holy Grady, O.S.A., is spiritual director club offers a well balanced social Year indulgences. of the Holy Name society, which and athletic program. Parish groups will be charged $15.40 per bus for the round-trlp Peter Eytalis serves as president ...... "n" . : " ~unday afternoon trips, wnicn i W. J. Phelan ha charge of seatl g ! arrangement. I Will Set Up New At Marmmn ehmated to .amount to 35e p.er . Processing tie.ket retu.rns at theI --=. ' Scholarshin Fund Aurora--February 1S--Meeting p:rS~es ;e3m~3s i~medi:te c~y near Will De DllSS U Alice _r~o[an, r the " former Roosevelt "junior high Chma ; P--- h__A_ D.:,,,&,, Ore tmhiOonA~lr:rai CAh:sp:e:ti:nf. burban area will be accommodated. ......... "-f.'::y_.. _ ....... school teacher; Miss Emily Mark-[ rur ruur rrl~=) =) yah.... 1ffTuT 2g Meetin~ of thel ham, .... whose recent 25 word or lessl .... _ . " ......... r- .._.~r_A ..... Chanter,- of the Marmion entrms won prizes m the KrogerlACtlon Against Formgn. ..WashmF~on--=(~)Z--~ cnom] Mothers' Club I~*~. and Pepsodent nationally-conduct-[o_._ k4:..: .... :-. sap zunu o~ ~o,uuu aona~eu oy " I /~-~L~'~S~.~-~.~."tC'/ uu[n m~a+.un.~..~ the late Rev. Dr. Maurice J. March 4--Annual Communion l/~--"~k~~--FT~.%~L~/ ed contest; and Mrs. Chfford Hunt-[ ........................... ~ m~,~~~,o,.~. ~_,-~.-. ~-~z ley. wife of the chairman of thel Reused Uv u~onnor o~ ~rung~on ne~gnts, Mass and BreaK~as~ ~or memnersl/ ~ila~,~,~,,~d~.'~.:~,_'~ Jr - ~1 ar ~end 125 ~ ol t~o~aon ~a~ pui)lications committee for St.I - Mass., is being set up at the Cath- of the Alumni Association at M -I ~~~o~'~_~ M.~-v'a ~ ...... hl;~h~rl ~,.~,.~h, h~l Tokvo--tNC~ The continuin~ olic University of America to pro- mien, 9"00 a.m. I ~,~P~.~(FR[~ the Holy Name society. ]refueal of Chmese priests to he-wde tuitmn, .room and board for March 17 -- St Patrick's DaY lCONDON BROS SBB)SI~.Ii ~.,~-., uiesce in the communist govern- priests tram tne poorer moceses o~ " The take committee includes[ q ...................... a'e work Bake Sale at Ward and Jones Fur- I a,k~, m. P~~ ~ .... m,,,~ xTo~,, ~o~,la/men~ aemand nat they take ac~l~l me country. ~o .~xe gyauu ~ .... ;t,,~ r-mnanv. 62 South Broad-l. ....... ~-' -~"~ .....' ........ a alnstferal born minnie" naries at me university, ~lsnop garrick ........ r ,, ored b the Schlitz, Jack Craddick, James] g gn= ...... , ,+~^.~,+t. ,,vu; ..... ,We-h-way, Aurora; spans Y II I r/ prompted the rrem~er maser. ~o ~ ,, ........... " " .... Chacl~P~.ter of the Marmmn]| Lawler, John Thompson, Richa d ." ....... Aurora " %re Dress Your I addr s a ou of them m Pc- mgton and rector of the Umver ..,. .nd o. -+ ooou. o ot e. ,, , ford Huntley. [Kl e Chinese communists have Father O'Connor, who received . II Floors and Windows" [ There will be ample parking[h~o. ~,,+;.~, +~ -otablish indi his doctorate at Catholic Univer- ruflerol ~ervlces POP II ! space on the school p ayg~ound and[ ................. t ~.h,,v~h.a sity in 1903, started the scholar- ..~a. ~ ~.k~;e~,na II See Our Complete Line I near the intersection o'f South/~mon'~ ship fund in 1934 with instructions .~:'~%". .... . ......... ;~" ., . II I Winnebago and Elm streets, com-J..lan ~lls ~or Chinese ,,Fiesta to,that it should remain anonymous I'lelG in Aurora rtosptralll Broadloom Carpetingl mittee members said [ ~:..a...,+ ......... .^. ~+;.~..,,I while he still lived. Upon his death ..... 11 Linoleum Tile I Since the dinner represents thela~n~ all ~fore~Zries~:*~'l~selin Boston, December 17, 1950. the Aurora -- funeral services zorl! Kitchen Cabinets end Sinks I first major public event sponored| a~' .~iono are ~ons~dered'b-" the1 53rd anniversary of his ordination Sister M. Christine, O.S.F., 83, tooklI .... I by a St. Mary's Holy Name unit[ ^~.~"~..*~'..~'~. +~.^~;+:~... nece~sa,~,] to the priesthood, it had reached place Tuesday morning, Feb. 6, in/| Curtains and Oropes | v ra r i a ~"'"''"~ ""'~"~'~ " ~ "" .... in se e I yea s, sac ety officers re] _.^^# ... +t.....~ ^, it...ties,el the sum of $50,000. Under hm will, St. Charles Hopltal Chapel, The[| Window Shades | hoping for an encouraging attend| _..~_. ............ # *~-- +~-r~ [three sisters were directed to add Rev. E. W. Berthold officiated. I -[i .......... i ance at Sunday's affair. [ ~:~,c~.~.~p~ ~ *~:~'..~:Z~'I $25,000 to the original bequest, terment was made in St, Joseph'sll t'Ionnmg ~ervlces ann csumotes l +, -.......... ~'I which has been done. The sisters cemetery, ll Free l mm AR.I~I.T$~ II Premier Chou En-lai told the[ are Mary.O'Connor Annie O'Con- Sister Christine passed away inll' co, MeSa s.+6s~ I I ........... |1 group of Chinese clergy that it[ nor.ana_mrs, ra~rmz ~,. ~vere~c, I St. Charles HospitalSaturday, Feb.l| .... _. ...... | |1 was their obligation to carry for-| zm~a~cK'_~.a.s.s_'~^_ ...~.:.z..relates[ 3. She was born a~ Kref.eld,. Get-In t~AK.I'I.I.I.INle I m n, ..o.a +~,~ ..^,,~..,~,,~ ~^. o,, ,,;..IL! .~ne ~c~ma u.ucr w,.~. ~ I many. ~el) Z l~ encerea tne/l II pendent" church | throughout ........... the country can de "1 Order of the Franciscan S's~tern ofil STORE [ ~gna~e pr:ests to rake tne graauate mm -=ffi _ II The msetin~, was held under the/ ...... I the Sacred Heart of Joliet, July 1,|| Inc [ I~' ~ ~ 4" ~ II a,,an;~,~.~ nf ~,,ltm.al ~,a l~.a .... [ studies provided in me enaowmen~/1889 and has been stationed at St/I u - ~ ...................... " " oon ' " 428 Y~ St Rockford. IlL I Iltg~al Committee of the commun-/Wll beannouneed o . . ICharles Hospital, Aurora, for the/I i mm If[st Central Government of China/urgea u. a. holy r~ame Ipast 21 years. II I ~ ~ ~ lip |1 Bishop Chang Pi-te of Chaohsienl[ Men To Devote Feb. ! 1 Tel Survivors include several cousins]~ I ~ ~ N [[ I[ Msgr. Paul Francis Ly, Vicar Gen-/~ .. ~ / at Fort Wayne, Ind. and Danville,] ~I~,~a~~ m rm lm It eral of the Pekinff archdiocese, andl rroyer ror reoce Jill. / [] ii lI- I ................ f "atho .............. " l ll4U p~ests anajE~nmpam o ~J "1 New York {NC)-- Holy Namel May she rest in peace, l II ~ ~ tic senools in 'eKing were among --" " " d I II those "invited" to attend / members throughout the .Umt.e I ~ ~e~ ~trt~t AL ~L..---L / I II The Premier nointed out that itl ~tate nave oeen urgeu to se~ amel uYer ~v,vuu ~tr ~nur~;n /, - ~" h~ Sunday, February U as a day of i, Interlorfinilhel - l[was the primary duty of the C "l . - +. ......... ITo Note Feost In Peru i[ .,H--M. l m i a "o"0..~+. w+^.~..1"~'~ .,.~..+ho;". w--....,~^""~= .h+t~I prayer, tar peace. Dy nl. ~mmence ] || ru~r~wr ~ uv~,~vai I , ' , Gmseppe Cardmal Ptzzardo, the " 000 Ext~4~ ~mflo$$ |1 People s Republic, and to break off| ................. h^ Hal"/ Puno, Peru -- More than 20,~ || 715 South MQin Street !" II II all relations with the enemies ell ~aruma~ .z-ru~ectur u~ t 3[ l)eople gathered in ana arouna ~n[ IRrW'~w~r~ ILLINOIS -~" I Indu~iol and Melnten* |[ their country /~ame soc~e~y.., _ . /3uan church here to celebrate tne|l ............. |. ,+ ' once co~ttnSls |l Ma Shiu-|un~, vice-chairman of]. Tne ~.aroinals reque~ wasm_aa_e|feast of the Virgin of. Candelaria[~ ~ I ..... , - |l the committee, announced the far-[ m a~.etter aua~e~:%~ce::n~o~| on Feb. 2," reportsFather vin ce.n~ [~ IIW ~ot-~tOl~ rot ie II mat[on of a department for church[ e rs u~rec~ors, o ~ -- . .~I B McConaughy, Maryknolt mm-ll -atw~vs r.ama SHOW" I -+ II wood or caavel 11 affairs "which would control-allI ~eP~ee ~::te~:sn re~eaC:P~ ~y the[S]'~er from Pittsburgh, Pa. ]| ............ : ........ I ~, II .................. |Imattera pertaining to the church.[ ............ rt_rs[ 'Every year Puno hursts out [nil qTAI"I[" I -APITAL I ' . I b~lr.IN/Irl~LLl Ar~u II The annearance of the Premier[ z~oly ~ame nauona~ nemzqua ~ I ...... .__ .t_ ,= ................ --- ": CAREFULLY FORMULATID It at the meettng was taken as ~1 here.. Cardinal P~zardo is.Prefe_et/ ~le~:d~r;r~?nr,,,a:aayp~saethZ~rr THEATRES [ I SY I[indication that theprogram tO[gm~nn:rie~a?ne3 ~negr:~p~n U'|Conaughy. "The people, mostly[| ...... ,.. I I |1 combat American imperialism '[ , .......... r" the let / Indians, request three Solemn[ I ....................... I " " " i ion As ~armnat rro~ec~o, - . EE ,L_,_L_J ,, .... 11 and drive out all formgn m ss -I ..... -'~ '|T ..... +Iw "I~" .... ~e= | Masses every day to show thmr de-[ ~. KOCKlroro rolnlr " t ~er ~tt;u, . ca~.,=o~.~ .o.~ =~-, -- --- aries was nut havmg the accep- rattan They accompany the I Monufoctur|no Co. II.+. the communist press was try'Ierend Fathers D, rctorsL_w,th t he IMasse; with a continuous volley " ing to show it to have. consenm oz your u u ary, e fireworks - Flower petals are " I II State ets msued y ~I .~. ........ +he re. i showered from every balcony whene II C-HEV-~b-LET-Cb. [-+ ROCKFORD, ILLIHOIS n~ n " b Chinese aside as a day of prayer, the s c- " "-- "[ priests evidence no intention of the[ o.na ~unaay o.I ~e~rnad~~ of "o~| the statue is carried in processionl| ~~f ~.,. e, I +~ . _i si~.ers to "break with Rome" Sot mar ~ommumon ~unu y ~ /.,__ .._~ "he streets For most ell I 330 5outh Church at ~re~m _~, | ~. " 6"" " society, and the Feast of Our Lady ~nr~uga ~ . +: '+ ...... [ THAT j~ [[far the eommunmt government has[ ...... " ....... =..-|these people, the Candelarm cel [[ ..... Phc~ae 3-8421 +- ~-.~i~* | J~=mvwnm-,-X ~I~$OLINII II !,~ued no interpretation of ehurehl ~i~3nural~So'ly 'l~:mP:a~n +of *;~e[ brat[on is the one bright spot in unll ROCKFORD, III INOI~ "+:i +I~'+ + ' + r" ' I . . IHlliEI II self government. It is under-I,,_:,_+ o ...... ~.^..,.z ~...ower/otherwise dismal ycal. " \ + I ~" kml II stood by the Chinese priests alml?l| +,u.~",+..~,.t.'.~,+..=..~"~',"'.,,~,,.~,~+.,,'~o~ ,, "1 , ' , , ,. r, .... ":: ,:;, I ~ J , I{to be a cessation ef relations wsthl"~'~" ........ "='~'~"" " /I tm/~m *e ma.aanw cu~D " ! : foreign missionaries. Even these - .,,..I " vgvk~,t ~ u,=~v s s ~nvr : + I SMITH OIL SERVICE II.++=..= +.. o-I,- --.--.'.,+=up--=-' I P+R- Nm ++ !, I ll,- P dym,..n tm, I -. ,.... OU=Se C v'T Imr._.SU i +