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I.w, Soctio. -- Peg, e  THE OBSERVER  % Sunday, February 13, 1944 ,,,4 St. Vincent's Jottings ., letter from one of our boys: "Enclosed you will find some ttudio stills that I thought the younger children would enjoy. If you like the pictures, let me know, and I will from time to time send you some. I will never forget that St. Vincent's was my first home and I was named after that Saint." Vincent Forst, at one time a child of St. Vincent's, is now employed in the publicity department of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures. All at St. Vincent's unite in thank- tng Mr. Forst for the pictures he sent." The little ones will enjoy the scenes of Sabu and the animals. Our prayers are offered daily for all our alumni and for our bene- tactors. Two big smiles left St. Vincent's East Dubuque i i EGELHOF FUNERAL HOME Tel. 26 B. Dubuque III;nols i FOR PROMPT REMOVAL OF DEAD OR DISABLED ANIMALS - Phone us Collect " Sanitary Rendering Co. Main 2929 Freeport HOTT MEMORIAL WORKS Phone West 2117 Monufacturel of ann Deale, In FINE GRANITE MEMORIALS Satisfaction GuoronteuO 115-17 Sa Slate Ave Freeoort LADIES' SHOES Fol From Footwear RECEIVE CAPS AT ST. FRANCIS HOSPITAL e last week. David from baby house went into the home of foster par- rents. Franklin returned to the home of his mother. Franklin was always active and full of mischief. Many times his smile disarmed correction. After h'e left, Sister was looking over the assignments turned in by Frank- lin's class. At the top of Franldin's paper was written "J. M. J." and at the bottom were the words "God bless you, Sister." The teacher was explaining to the little ones that God had no be- ginning and no end. To help them understand, she told them that long before our grandfathers lived, God existed--even before the fath- er of their grandfather was born, God was here. One youngster put up his hand and asked: 'Sister, was God here before you were born?" St. Joseph's Home said farewell on Monday to a gentle and kindly soul. God in His wisdom and mercy had called Mary Donahue to her eternal rest. We gratefully acknowledge the I Capping Services Held Recently At St. Francis Freeport.--Capping services were held recently for the students of St. Francis Hospital School of Nursing, who had completed the probationary period. The group of students first met in the parlor of the Hospital, where Sister Anysia, Educational Direc-, tar of the School of Nursing, pre- sented the class and recommended to Miss Martha Hardin, Director of the School, that the students, having satisfactorily met the re- quirements of the preliminary pe- riod be accepted into membership of the School. Following the ac- ceptance, the cap of the School was presented to each student by Sister Superior Tharsilla, assisted by Miss Bethel Olsen, Nursing Arts Instructor. Each student was giv- FREIDMAN-SHAELBI VITALITY MODE- RT. UPPER KARL N SPINDLER o Koym Electric Supply NOW LOCATED AT Car. S, Chicago Ave. and Main St. PHONE MAIN 3170 following gifts: Charles Leonard, $5.00; Little Flower Club, Rochelle, $5.00; Win. Trevillian, Apples; F. E. Scanlon, Woodstock, clothing. Couple Attend Mass In Freeport Church On 40th Anniversary Freeport.--The 40th wedding an- niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Franz was observed by the cele- bration of Mass in St. Joseph's church on Thursday morning, Feb. 10, by the pastor, Rev. N. J. Berg. The late Rt. Rev. Msgr. Clemens Kalvelage married Miss Alma Fitz and Charles D. Franz on Feb. 10, 1904. The jubilarians are parents of four children, Karl J., Mrs. John Evers, and AlbErt A. of Freeport, and John H. Franz, U. S. Army, now stationed in" England. The seven grandchildren as well as the children in Freeport attended the anniversary Mass. Bob Sieferman's Standard Station TIRES M TUBES  BATTERIES Opposite St. Vincent's Home OFFICIAL TIRE INSPECTION STATION James Sommers, Attendant Mae Fall, Waterloo, Iowa; Miss Faustina Glasker, Galena, Illinois; Miss Gladys E. Kirkendall, Cascade, Iowa; Miss Kathleen A. Lehman, Orangeville, Illinois; Miss Eloise Marie Leitzen, Stockton, Illinois; Miss Eileen E. McGinnis, Free- port, Illinois; Miss Odette Marie Mayer, Hanover, Illinois; Miss Anne O'Rourke, Rockford, Illinois; Miss Mary Ella Pnewski, Freeport, Il- linois; Miss Mary Jane Redmer, Freeport, Illinois; Miss D. Jeanne Struve, Andover, Iowa; Miss Eli- nora F. Sutterlin, Freeport, Illinois; Miss Joan Grace Walker, Sabula, Iowa; Miss Phyllis A. Wand, Eliza- beth, Illinois; Miss Anna Marie Yohn, Warrer, Illinois; Miss Rita Yohn, Warretl, Illinois. Freeport Sodality Plans Social Feb. 18 FREEPq HARDWARE CO. OU PONT PAINTS  APPLIANCES Main '86 Freeport i iD oi-i00 cll [ ;S1 Freeport.--The Ladies Sodality c St. Joseph parish, Freeport, will sponsor social activities in St. Jo- seph's hall Friday evening, Feb. 18, at 8 p. m. Refreshments will be served. FLOOR FINISHING New Floors Old Floors to Look Like New GORDON'S FLOOR SERVICE rel. M. 411 Freeport. III. Freeport .1902 1944 jr READY-TO-WEAR SHOP Corner Hotel Feport EXCLUSIVE HATS. COATS AND DRESSES at ?J Moderate Prices to Pleas. th. Most  --  .......  Dimcriminating Women. i W. Main" FOR FILTERED DRY CLEANING TEL. 652 93 DEININGER FLORAL SHOP FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION Tel. Ma:n 3040 CRAWFORD'S DRUG STORE EXPERT FITTERS OF TRUSSES ELASTIC STOCKINGS AND SURGICAL SUPPORTS 111 W. STEPHENSON STREET FREEPORT. ILL. COAL.. A Complete Stork of Ouallty Stoke, Coals HARR INGTON-McK I NSlr RA Main 3130 Lumber J. H. PATTERSON CO. Lumber Coal, uilding Material and Paint Free Architectural Service PHONE MAIN 303 Dairy SUPERIOR DAIRY C )MPANY The Milk of Superior :lava, MILK. CREAM ilM'tTER, -gUTTERMILK, COTTAGE CHEESE Phone Main 825 920 S Locust Ave. en a lighted candle. After repeat- ing the Nightengale Pledge, the group marched to the hosp'ital chapel. A prayer of dedication was made by the students and the caps were blessed by Rev. Peter Watgen. Special music was furnished by the Sisters of St. Francis Hospital. Rt. Rev. Msgr. C. F. Conley congratu- lated the students and gave the Beverages address. i Open house was then held in the I Nurses Residence for friends and i FRED relatives of the newly capped stu- dents. [ Freeport The Class " Miss Ann Claire Birkett, Hazel Green, Wisconsin; Miss Jenny Anne LUECKEaS Call, Freeport, Illinois; Miss Marita Felice Creighton, Stockton, Illinois; Miss Eva Mae Cupp, Polo, Illinois; REGISTERED Miss Janita Daters, Warren, II- BLUEBIRD linois; Miss Mary Magdalene Dorst, Freeport, Illinois; Miss Virginia Robert G. Nowe FreeDo " Hardware AMBOY, ILL. Electrical Contractor NElL ELECTRIC CO. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION and MAINTENANCE M. 1847 6 So Galena Ave. J. KULL Illinolu ii YOUR JEWELERS .. Diamonds 1O Eait Main Stret Freeoort. Ill. Attend The FREEPORT THEATRE Regularly Home of Fine Pictures Dry Goods E. A. BLUST Dry Goods 10 EAST MAIN STREET FREEPORT FRUIT & PRODUCE CO, Budweiser Beer Canada Dry Ginger Ale and Beverages Phones Main 228-229 101-7 EastSpring Street FREEPORT. ILLINOIS Tailor TONY GUCCIONE Custom Tailor IO North Ch=cago Avenue PHONE MAIN 782 Plastering PHILIP MUELLER Plastering Contractor All Types Exterior and Intertot Estimates Given 328 W. Homer M S366 FREEPORT MASON CONTRACTING "Anything from o Chimney to o Pyramid" MUNDA.& SON Tel. State 1846 53 S. Hooker Ave. Freeport, IlL i Groceries A. A. BROWN GROCERIES. MEATS AND CANDLES FROSTED FOODS Two Phones--Main 14 and Male 4S 414 S McKinley Ave COAL MAIN 663 HEAT JS BEST MAND COSTS LESS Dependable 8ervlee QUALITY ROOFING & HIDING CO. INC. lEO E Linden 8L Ladies t Wear Your Shop Pearl L ,,Ir, Bess 8echtold Llngorle Knlckernlcks. Vossorethm Hotlery and, Handkerchiefs Hotel Freeport BId9. Ph. Main 2074 Plumbing AND HEATING AIR CONDITIONING STOKERS OIL BURNERS LING - SECKER CO. "ONE TRIP PLUMBERS  512 Cherry St. Main 1985 Optometrist JOHN W. BARRETT 406 2nd National Bank Bldg. EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED