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NCCW Makes Gift to Aid Cuban Retugees MIAMI, Fla. --(NC)-- A $1,000 donation has been made by the National Council of Catholic Women to Centro Hispano Cola- lieu, Miami's diocesan Spanish Show Slides in Sterling Deanery S T E R L I N G -- "Operation Slides" is in full-swing in the Sterling deanery. The project, inaugurated by the Rev, Har- old Nilges, interprets and ex- plains the organization of the Council of Catholic Women PAGE 6 from the national level down THE OBSERVER I WASHINGTON, D. C.--Par- Further information and more o ]ticipation in the Fiftieth Anni- complete details on the itinero l(lgll/versary Congress of the World ary may be obtained by writing FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, ~" IUnion of Catholic Women's Or- to the National Council of tists' service, ideas and exper- ience. Why not check your Let- terheads. Envelopes, S t a t e- merits and Invoice supply? We'll gladly quote you; what- ever your printing require- ments, let us serve you; letter- CUSTOM-TAILORED SUITS. You select from 250 Patterns JOHNSON & WIESLAND PLASTERING CONTRACTORS Acoustical Treatment No Job Too Large or Too Small 2115 20th Avenue Rockford, IlL PHONE WO 3-3322 PARIS AUTO SHOP Wreck Rebuilders SINCE 1931 1231 S. Main Rockford Dial WO 3.4801 24 Hr. Tow, Service WALLER Wedding Photography CUSTOM TAILORS 5130 E. State- EX 9-2441 By Van Dyke Studio ,~ Park Ave. WO 8-22~5 Rockford l ress and offset equipped; '~ Our 3/st Year of Creating Portraits of If , THt PHOrO RArH,C CtNTt Call Berg.Sundbertt I Elegant Simplicity -- Weddin;s -- !1 111164 111 Printers & Lithographers, I Family Portro+t + iil 114 w T IrUl Pink Pony III " ~]| . S ATE ST, ROCKFORD WO 2-7797 IIIIl J Ih '8Ig--gthSt' ;;:' /;;d' lllin iS' l O "O'OX '1 .~09 N. Chur h Street ED REYNOLDS'~------~--" *~'+'~I~I' '+5"II ,I ' ' I J ANDERSON J ! FOREST CITY I/I ISING AaT II + 'J " III ,p, ' J. I - -- -- i l :r-0N-ES I Our Che]s Are Experts in the Art o[ Preparing The III I ,o o RO OR, I [ Screens and Windows J II AMbU LAINI I= c r, c I1!1 ZINC ETCHINGs II Finest Our andwaitressesMOSt Choicecourte.Menus to Please, Our P.t o+, II!111 - 0, R I . . III George C. Howley I ou, s and a Friendly Atmos. ; Ill I Rocxtord WO 8-6101--WO 5-9673 I) I pnere rrevaits. / 1~;~), III J in *~ ow, sh~. J l| 24 Hr Service III ~i z~epresen*m$ I " 2 ,J,~-- III Home Ox en * . NOON DAY , I I j yg Therapy ;iltl G00dwill'Allen, lnc l LUNCHES I ~.n d~, I 'I Experienced. Considerate ~~~:i + . , I Attendants I{I Rockford WO 4-4618 I .uttr opectat' I$ II ' ' Ilr: ~ ~ ; Luncheon ~'~,-~t'~ III ~'~11 ~' I/ EveryDa+Jrom -- jjj I SUNDAY 6.30 P Ii IIROCKFORD INDUSTRIES, Inc.i//Ted.Sh.a, rpenter I Ill I "MAVERICK" J D i!?ng f' o.M. ?f pD. l" I I * JAMES m D,al r7.5744 I I --"1 ,tk JACK Air Co "ti " g Wiring " / ,I +, t oo, Co ,o, II AutomotJc Sprinkler. Power Mochiflery I+I korden I --, III Motor Rewinding Sheet Metal Work ' .m " * * " ' ~ r J I hannel I+| Shop II + Ill Dtstrtbut,ng Co. ~'~r~ I Pllr,I nr III Rockford, ll,|nois ' l ROCKFORO: ILL. 4201 Chorles St EXport 9-8729 Rockford II ,o+,o+ ' "+:,o il II I " J I : w'""i i, ,o s - DioI W0'"48'7 liI Die, WO 3 $409 ~ I --III 111 t i II 208 N. Main St. WO 2-6514 Rockford John Antinucci Lou Giomolva BUD Are you planning an ad pro- gram booklet, a membership di- rectory for your organization an anniversary souvenir book- let, an annual report, a finan- cial report, a house organ, a cookbook, a new publication? We offer editing service, or- your service. Winter Time Means Shoe Repair Time We Specialize in Prompt, Expert Work KNOTT & SONS ' ii I I I II I II ; I John F. "Jack" Long David L. Klontz Friendly.Personal Service Conveniently Located Our many years oJ experience enables us to serve you e//iciently and within your means Long-Klontz Funeral Home One hundred years of Know-how at center, to aid its Cuban refugee!through the parish affiliates. . ganizations in Rome is the Catholic Womem 1312 Massa- program. The slide pictures show the "~ 1 ~ 1 *| . I'NKT 1 - highlight of the 1961 European chusetts Avenue, N.W.~ Wash- Presentation of a check was vC:unci2 ~:2:~tsaC~h:s~n tlhd rI 'l XJMXltlOt[ ~g II~ ~.~r/v i Tour announeed by the National ington 5, D. C. . . P J . s .s ~ ",--.'~,'~ J- 1 madethetOcenterDOmlnman S~ster Miri- I hayeCouncilbeen gathered from theI D 11 j J CouncilA 40-day f CatholiCexcurslonWOmen.through ~ 1 1- -I~+1 . am, superior, by Mrs. organizations through- Jtl It i - +ouanty [eets seven countries, the tour is Arthur Zepf of,hT led ' Ohio, Tout the Rockford diocese, tJ[.~:~tt~2~NLLIL t~ltger~ I I * . scheduled to leave New York J.N~"re~F~r Otti"+--cers NCCW president mho was in Mi- Mrs Earl J. Antoine, organ-1 2 IIL/t~UII{2FV 1 April 15 by jet plane. The ami for the National Resettle ization and development chair-/ By 1Marjorie Gallagher ] */ ) group will visit Portugal, Spain, AURORA--St. Mary sodality ment conference for Cuban Peru" man, is in charge of the "Opera-/ ROCKFORD--An exhib t by an unusual artist Mrs Mary l SYCAMORE A 100 er cent increase in attendan France, Italy, Austria, G e r- of St. Michael parish elected i ' "' ~ -- P + ce at the re- gees. t on Shdes in the Sterhng/Rock of Sterhng, is now hanging in Belle Kelth Art gallery of cent open Elgin deanery meeting set the tone for a redefinition many, and Holland officers for the coming year at -- ~ ~ . deanery Showing the pictures Rockford Woman's club Mrs. Rock the wife of Dr William of the 'ur as of "~ccompanym~, ~virs. ~epz were in ~h . ~ p p e the Dmcesan Council of Catholic Women. From April 30 through May a recent meeting They are: ~tr~er?~I~aara, t~;nU::nc~l,r~i~~ e parlsnes are: ~virs donn ~. ~oc~. is -unusual because she has accomplished so much in so As the guests entered St i7 the tourists, headed by Mrs. Mrs. Peter Saros, president; " Elliott and Mrs. Kenneth Spitz, little time--she didn't begin painting until her youngest child Mary hail their attentiorl waslabou, the r -~" " "--'-'- migration committee chairman plnski f Amboy; Mrs.Mrs" MaryR bertKobbe-Cha- was in high school directed to a semi-circle of dis- c u~ ems o~ ~egzsta- dent,ArthUrandL' Mrs.ZePf'AlbertNCCWR. presi-spill, dent;Mrs" JOhnMrs.Oros,JohnSr Oros,Vice presi-jr and Margaret Mealey, NCCW and However, once started, Mrs. [ plays of six of the DCCW cam- ~;~envzrs" ~us encouraged al! man, WUCWO vice president, treasurer; and Mrs. George executive director of Washing- man, t~ock Falls; and Mrs. Rock spent long hours at her Bond at the Rockford Art as- mittees Th,~se ,-;-" -~ - m marn something at will attend the golden anniver- Kish, secretary. e unctions of local and State ton D.C. Charles Bishop and Mrs. Loren easel, and her enthusiasm and socIatlon. Develo,ment Rur=~ Lif,~ n-.~,~ sary Congress activities. Miller, D~xon. devotion to her w o r k has Mary Rock has had two shows and School Traffic Safet- Pu~ ~,o e nment. ! Committee members are as ;~r ~-'~ ~ brought widespread recognition, at Burpee gallery here, one at lie Relations and Librar" an~d Where confusion exists about. In announcing the European follows: Mrs. Auret Moldovan, ~/a1~8 (~ua~r~n ]IDLE ][~ ,-. 1. z .] Her paintings mostly oils are the Municipal Art association in ,~ ~ . accepting the will of God, the Tour, Miss Margaret Mealey, Mrs. Frank Ardelean, Miss --,a, ss't~.ser,~ -, Literature W h 1 I res ectl, r, 1-, -, ~ -- fresh and interesting, and al- Davenport, Ia and one in Mad- posters made a strikin' im~- Rev. Anorew Ples'a, wno was NCCW executive d i r e c t o r, Mary Dohan, Mrs. Flora Kish+ for cara Yartv n i. though done in a modern style, ison, Wis. and Sterling. She "ression the creati,if- ~h,~ the speaker, applied a qualitystated that this trip "will be Mrs. John Markus, Sr Mrs.I AURORA Mrs Leo ova,tory,eettng shows regularly with the All Illi- in the 'exhibits evoked O'eom- of simplicity. He traced the the means by' which many of George Onete, Mary Lazar, and Mrs. Harry VanDeventer, Monday, Feb. 20 3:go b:;~Yc2fshFeZn: ?2SmChj. mmettte: of ?zPr72atsit:od AbyC~r~lr 2/:::p ;is~a:?t~ee ~ISolT~gri: United Ur CatholiCstates womenwill be able f theto MrS Louis LouiSDohan,MatyaS,Mrs. HarveyJr" cu-cnalrmen of the So. Patrick s Active In Art Groups presentation and furnished ex- and pointed out that whatever ,a go to Rome with women pro- graham and Mrs. James Bates. Size is also a member of the planations at answeredques- mscouragemem o c c u r s in fessing the same ideals, inter- Rockford Art association am tions card party, sponsored by St. ROCKFORD--The Rockford e tl i n 1 Mary Altar and Rosary society deanery of 'the Diocesan Coun- meetin~ the challen,~, is ~"^ +~ sts and me "vat'o . It wi 1 11~ 1-} to be held March 15, at M<" cil of Catholic Women will have the RockRiver Valley Art as lack o)" confidence in~ Go~ provide an easy vehicle to visit 1 ~1),' el rrayer donna high school announce the an open meeting Monday Feb ; ~ : Fathert Caine Host Pastor . ' shrines countries, and Catho- "~LrI,r,r~. ~ ,i . ~' ::!:!; ~UUIi~LLU]I, ~:tll~ ar~ cnalrman OI ~ ' 1 3k~ Mlr Ix -- ~IS. XllUlllO. b I IU/~ following ehmrmen" tickets 20 at 8 p m in Ss Peter and I[:: ~ The opening prayer was led amer Plesa speaker lic women s organizations be ~,~ ! ' . " " ' :i:i:: toe ~ternng woman's clue lne ' . . . %a~noilc women s clue Will nOlCl Mrs. Frank Ketchmark and~Paul parish hall. The Rev. Paul ~i::ii Illin,~ ~(o ~ 1 ~,;,+, by the Rev. C. W. Came, host Father Plesa remindedhas fore and aftra- the Congress." it~ fir~f dnv nf roonlleoHcm Mrs. C. L. Coyne; special Fry, asslstant at St. James, will gave special recognition to Mrs p a sto r, who welcomed the a.udmnce of.mankind s mchna-Miss Mealey also added that Sunday, Feb. ~9. The Rev. Ray. r memoers o~ toe oeanery uon ot wanung to ~now tne re awards, Mrs. John Heitz Jr,review 't~ ,inging the Mass~ to :i roach oy cnoosmg one oz ner' . -ever-ones is welcome to ~oin mond Costello of the Sa'~re"~,~ u To the 90 women who regis sults of hm own efforts, where Mrs John Kilo Mrs Harr the People by the Rev A T ' Y, Y : naintin~s a nicture of a red " - . . " the tour: husbands friends of Heart fathers at Geneva will be Reinhold and wil 1 . reran me councils s cific oh-as t~oa ~s more interested in Gengler and Mrs Steve Ptlch,1 a so d~scuss pe h Coun ~ Cath hc n no s ; :::barn to use for its calendar e "i ' t e c 1, o ' ~ d n- the .peaker. All women of the table nrizes Mrs G e o r ," e tProbable changes in the Mass : . ' ~ J ct yesw e r esummarized me zeal wlm wnicn riis worz is c'~tho~io ,~,-;~h :~ +,i+,~ +,~ ~++,d ~," ~" " ,'~ member oi ~t lvlary parisn ' . ~. ~ [ -' : ",Community awareness, famil, carried out. Looking for suc-~~ g:r~mrm;re2hr~e~tt:? -M;*s:aA~frn:d gi:jl:S ta~ka :2d~h:;u:;e;ef;lnl ~tee;:~lgiv:lrSha?:C:nSe;:;s t~; ~a:jt~ac~i~eh ;2,eticCi;~ht ohci:re:;' t2e3 ~le :e :~rth~ pit~lnls't Fa- D~rKgnDn Schmitz and Mrs. Arthur Wets;[weekend Cenacle retreats Mem- :: Dine~rnn i"~nnnoil nf Pmthnlln P " " J~V~ JVJ~ a . - 1 " ' " spemal project Mrs James'bers of the Ss Peter and Paul : Women One--'son,"'the-~R~'~"e" sn. orgamzahons w e r e pro- Mrs. Tim Sullivan, premdent Burke and Mrs. Robert Hen']Altar/ and Rosary ~ociety will i: : David Rock riest of the Rock' claimed as the duty of every of the Rockford DCCW, told of . " ' P " Catholic woman the heart~nin " dry; talhes, decorations and fa-jbe in charge of registration and ~: ford diocese is studying for his ~'~ ;, g example that ~s -Lmmmm~ m ~ bles Mrs John Kroening Mrs. serve refreshments ' .~v~r~. t-narms ~w. uonnson, r~t- being set ny t.atholic women . ~.~' ~++ ~ .~ ~r~+ 'w;~ I " Mrs William P Rock doct0rate m canon law at the gin, made clear these obliga-throughout the nation ~- / RIW ~ l~~J , . --o~. --~ - ~ " ' CathOliC university oz America, i " . . ~, . os ~- gar and Mrs. Jack Nilles; hcme] and annVh+r n, Wmi~, n k-It on s Referring to a prevailing port of Porte John's F,ve Point I ,LU, s,A~ nave an appem mat me aver atutuoe oz excessive defensive plan The E1 m deaner res 12-PAK ~" parties, Mrs. Theodore Shar-] ~~t~~ a~e la-man can un~,~r~+o,a "!has a medical practice in Mad]] ho -' ".; : .+ g" ,+,Y P .- I 12-PAK I~" ~11~] pcnter; and bake sale, Mrs Er- ~~ - 911 I ison Wi~ Her t =,~, IZ~+ ' .7"'~ ~uUgm- to stimulate ment, Mrs. oosepa A. ~mith J ~,~ /~;~L I v ~ '-~ ~i% ~ J ~e + Gues'+ ~n~ ~-o ~ ;oJ ~ "11 ! I ! ~, Two Month Exhibit !.- 7 . +' . -~ .':"-,Itnougnt against letting others thanked all for their co-on~ra- I ""'" ""r" t 'L~ '~t.C il I i ~1 t/t / J I " n~ ulcK is a sopnomore at ~v~ar- I assume the whol- L ~ =- I |ex ef 12 Pk,s. -- Sgd ~~2 ,~.'~'~'~11~ ~ I Hayes v t/eaatn.a '~ t-ler currentexhibit, which i,ueti'e medical sch,v,I'v*,~l . ~' uul'tl~I~ O~ tmn o~ e, ,~ rxS,-Ov~: ~ F, Ill~" g up acuvmes. Mrs. Jonnson Elect Officers a If,~?lYH: e;tghte~ivesMiSn a rt2 jJ :to ?'os Jr'mmjJja Parish Dinner ' VIRGIL -- The Altar and RO-[r:oUm~O~DA. ed~Sr~s~nrYstE'~t~r~'ur~cn: traits I particularly liked her Evansville, l c mmum~y r~atl nshlp'+ ELBURN -- The Altar and RO- I ~ A~mm~ . r-,r--, I are' president, Mrs Loretta M, Y," u [eUtlun " ",: . P. J Schramer vice presidentl Mrs Alle~SSinJ~netreK'HS~rlkerhu~rrid, 1~icha~d K,a study of lilacs and tulips ling of study groups was sug-lthe church hall. Turkey will be t SEIST.A, I Mary Schmitt; secretary, Mrs tnt~i~s~i?~ Weu~d~n~ ~aniel Hewitson Of the landscapes, "L'Hiver," C I~YbTAL LAKE -- The Altar[gested to g a i n information!served. II An um rroven ~toKer ~,001 I Marce]Ia Turk and treasurer Mis's Jeanne s~arpenter and J a winter scene is utstanding [ an~ t~ sary's clety f St' Th m't~~'-- I" C~ For Commercial and Domestic Use;MUpI.'" I ' ' alinco in St Mary church Feb 11 . ' -' as the Apostle parish is sponsor- t, lid~ ~kford.SIiil~ Mrs. Fran Borons. Miss Rosanne EAST otJBuQUE -- ~+ss ~=la+ne M. as Is a rather stylized portra,t . ROCKF ~, 'LOCK BRICK & FUE1 COMPANY ;11 l~ ;, .~ .c -- 1 +: Murphy and .Jack B. Kamm in St. Mary in casein No doubt each visitor ]mg~ a day of recollection Sunday, a earner of Preston and Independence, Rockford, III. ;~;:* 0.++~ u. u :~.c~ ;e~ 'Miss Julie Aone Leua,en to the gallery will have his own Feb. 26 ,n t heall-purpose room I ' ' i J Donald J Potuznik in St Thomas favnrifp~ ~n~ m=, ; h + ,-1 liar the scnool ine ~ev Tnomas I,I, ! More church, F:eb. 4. " s S. ~O auo . " ~ t~ [---+-- 11 C~ 1 i Miss Pame,a Edlth M. Chamber,a+nione to his collection as all the]Baker' who teaches rehglon at l KNABE--LESIER--SOHMER I~ nummage ~a[e ~ohn F. noto in St. Joseph church, paintings are for sale /Notre Dame high school in Niles, I J w,im,tn miu^e II NIl Nil ql-ll}P I ~ 3. lk./ & ~./ kJll~ U,JL } FREEPORT -- Miss Carolyn M. Sheetz ~r ri " . ~ 'will be retreat master. I t~~J [] nllU WUKLIIL[K ~IARU3 I J z ,~ *J ~J~t v I ~OCKFORD -- The Muldoonland warren s. wailer +n st. Joseph ~a ety ot jtreacners Conferences will begin at IOt ~+I ~"II~II I i church Feb 4 . W Domalcan auxlhary is sponsor-I HANbVEii -- Miss sue Ann Sullivan Mrs. Rock has studied wlth a.m. and close with Benediction ~ URLIRER ORGANS FINAL CLEARANCE l a and DanielWllbmcht in St Johnth ' I' ' ing a rumma~.e sale Thursday, church F~b 4 " " " " e late Mattie Lietz of Grand at 3:30 p.m. Breakfast will be -" (Music's Richest Voice) ~ | Feb. 23. at 9 a.m. in St. Mary[ HAR~IARb' +" Miss Barbaka H. Bau-Detour and Chicago Frederick served before tht, onnf~rt~rto~= T~ i ~. .--. f~'~.~t.~ twlirlS -- aoys ! man and Wayne J. McMutlen In St. Jo ""~"" [dsefl ctanos and Oroans f " church hall at Elm and Wmneh Grant of Chmago and Cahforma star an ~ ~ Wmter Jackets -[se~ church, Jan. 2~ t d coffee will be served ~ ~:~ ~.~ - - ~' ] ba o streets An one wlshln JOHNSBURG M,ss Dorothy Ann S 1 P ~on~emcnt lerms g y " ' g to ~,~=,+ . = ~ ~ho~ . ~+ ,~. te la erkins of Freeport and at noon. Reservati6ns may be ' " ' .~k-~ ~oots -- Dresses and I contribute rummage items may t~JT~h.'Ve'b.~ f.+~+ with Kenneth Peterson Boyce made" by telephoning Mrs "Wil- n. 1 n. ,r~ ~ ~.~ ~ Many Other High | ROCK FALLS -- Miss Donna Keeling ' . ' . " ' ' call Mrs James Dunn, Mrs and Gerel ra in n rew ch Totz,John We/lerand Jack ham Kenned chmrman . I us s, ,0urc,lttlell IVlano & I Ir- - i'. + + uol,ty Item, Greatly II l,~ed Burns Mrs. Ray Hamilton Feb It " ' ~. V ~ll q~UTe '~i~'~:l~;~* .~ -- . +'~J x,:m ~.IE, | .: ~ . . *. '1 Miss Sharon Zinanni and" James J I&A~I/IIII ~~ Keaucea -- ~toYe Up I ~1 .~r~lk I ~vlrs. wnuam ~Icnaras, Mrs. McKenna in St Andrew church Feb. 11' IWE III " IM~ ~lr lU I~I 330 ~. Main StreetRorkford "~'~J~ to 50 /~ ~-~',~!~ | l~ay Marelli or Mrs A1 Share ] RO.C,KFOaD. := h,~iss .Cerol L~tgren .and qKv~k~ J~ J~ VJ~II! " Open Mon. & Fri. Niter WO 4-8651 ~ "" y,~'2"~ ~1 I * t~atrlcK J. ~cueVlTT in 3T. I" a T r i c K t , ]church, Feb. 11. m mm m. S t o r t, Sprlna-Lay-a- I .-~ee. e 1~n~/'1 I nM.~s.s-S~rJey Mur~hy agd Ron.ld M ~11,~. ~ ~'.~/~, Ifl~ Wo" now " Se act "~ ~'~+"~ I 3. Ja es C UrC,I-eD. 4. . ~" -- ~ ' HlCers 1or svos t STERLING -- Miss Juanita Rose Cruz " III/IAkl UMMIN -- AllIr f I land Raymond J. Espinoza in St. Mary $~llml~l~l I~'~.L,LlAB m k4 i J E .v, uw. ,~,% v,- J*[~,-/ //1~ I ELGIN--New officers of the]C~.r.c.~:.~.~.~ ' /~A. ~tl~llrlr arer MaKes Iv J plate line of Spring ff~~ | Altar and Rosary society of St. ot~'~o~for~d~'~d"T~eSS~otr~r~.t'~;Cr~le~tu~n ,~,/+ ~'j + (~'~:~ "~t I~. tr ,~ i~t~ Clothes J~'~, ~22~ I Lawzence 'arish are" --resident ISt. John chapeb Feb. 4. /ne u " " P,SPRINGFIELD -- Miss Susan Marie II/ l JJ [j, Mrs Albert Droz; vice nresi-[Gutzend and R,chard. Cramer, . ,' .+ ,; -" [Church of the filessed SacramenL Jan. 28. mVVll+l~ldr--lll ILIL~.~L~II~r-.~.{ ~hl&/ Lc'.~ o.d Li.dsov's RUST PRO~I ~u.s,-, I WO~nOr, zn/l:~ Ira. I f~~ I aent, overs, w. A. ~ommers; sec- MILWAUKEE, Wis. -- Miss Jacquellne- -- ' la~=~T~r~AC" ;::-- ll~gllV~dmk reel fomily'livin----oll o~om~ I'~ I r~-- +~A~21--.-.%2;:^ I ~~~ I . . Ingraham of Oregon and John P. Muhlbai- I ' WO ~ Or . ::,?;. retary, Mrs Lou,s Yel eh, andler ,n osu chorch, Dao UNER I DIRKIOR$ 4 - i I i oo-, (:ALL US FOR ESTIMATE treasurer Mrs. Delbert Whiting ~ lllr " I ct~~~%~ I Th~ retiring officers, Mmes. a ~ Jll~=~:~' ee e m~-~--~m -- ! I Morris Powell and Herbert Pot- [. Soy You Sow It in Wm.H. Poorman, Owner ~ l~ L.INUbA : ott Water I::: IIIIIII fllAl~ | tar recelved gifts of apprec~a '. "- THE OBSERVER J , ' 304 NortK F+fth St. I ~::~i+ n u nu }MUP ~ + d tlon from sodahty members, j+++++:++++++:+*:++:+++:+:+:::++++:+?::+++::++++++::+:+*:*~:+:+?+:+:+:+:++:+:+:++++:+~:+:+:+++~:::++++++:+:++++:++++++:+:+++:++ Rockfor FREE 'ST'M*TES,Sa es of Rockford ~l~l~lff,~l~ 223 E. State Rockford WO 8-6007 . * INFANTS TO +RE-TEENS m~ r~ Rockford Plaza EX 9-17t4 i 1 ~ [ " ] / I JJ ~JV a -" ~, II ' ~upen Evenlnes Till 9,t i I! J ADVERTISEMENT I -- -- ~ - " !