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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1961 Ss. Peter and Paul Sponsor rPancake Fcst ROCKFORD -- Ss. Peter and Paul Parish Holy Name society and Altar and Rosary society are jointly sponsoring a Family Pan- cake Breakfast after the 8:30 and 11 a.m. Masses on Sunday, Feb. 26 in the parish hall. Eugene Kuss, president of the Holy Name Society has named Walt Pyzynski as chairman to be assisted by Julian Lueck, I. N. Reggio and Matt Jurasek. Mrs. Marian SoMe, president of the Altar and Rosary society, has appointed Mrs. John Zuze- nick as chairman of the kitchen committee. O.L.G.C. Credit Union Meets AURORA -- The 2ath annuali THE OBSERVER .-. {COUNTRY CHRISTIAN LIVING ST. VINCENT S JOTTINt, L linen from St. Patrick's parish in Rockford presented a concert/ .L II II L/ i [of religious and secular music for our Sisters and children. The/ ]group seemed to enjoy their guided tour of our Home just as[ i:i:i:!:!:!:[:i:i:i:i:i:i i ! i Y C A SPEAKER -- Maurice Owens, program and sports di- rector for Rockford radio sta- tion WROK, will speak and show slides of a tour of Soviet Russia that he made in 1958 at the meeting of the Young Catholic Adults on Sunday, Feb. 19 at 8 p.m. in the Verdi h a 1 1, .Rockford. A general meeting will follow Mr. Owen's talk. First Jesuit In Norway we enjoyed their musical presentation. Thirty of our little girls were entertained by t h e i r Sacra Sisters at a party held in St. Mary's School hall. Each of the youngsters received .a lovely gift. Amid gay decorations about the house on St. Valentine day our boys and girls and even the Sisters enjoyed a happy g e t- togthe/" before the beginning of !as which always brought a round of laughter. Mrs. Apps al- so spoke of "our Mike" as he was affectionately called at St. Joseph's. Silent prayer was the Golden Links tribute to h i m. God grant him eternal peace. Third Order meeting with Re- cdption ef new members next Sunday, Feb. 19, at 2:30 p.m. ~Meeting will be short so mere- school, Rockford, last Saturday. The group returned w i t h re- newed enthusiasm, anxious to put some new ideas into prac- tlcal application During Lent ROME (Radio, NC)--His Hall-' hess Pope John XXIII opened the penitential season of Lent PAGE 7 By Dana C. Jennings The liturgy developed among farmers, shepherds and fisher- men. It is no wonder, then, that there is a strong rural signi- ficance to 90% of the liturgy In our urban civilization, however, even farm people and rural pastors have lost sight of that fact. Many of the beautiful old-country rural religious observances have died out but, thank God, they are being revived Geared to Farm Season If you want to see how closely the Church year is geared to the farm seasons, look at the Eural Life Prayer Book. The Feast of St. Isidore the Farmer falls on March 22, at which time the more wide-awake and de- vout rural parishioners bring :beg God's blessing on t h sprouting crops and give us spiritual motivation to l~ractice soil and water conservation There's the blessing of the early harvest on the Feast of the As- sumption, and of course every Mass is a Mass of Thanksgiving samples of their seeds and soil to the church for blessing. Easter Symbolism Usually in April comes Eas- ter, with its beautiful symbo- lism of chick emerging from al~d we give this special empa- sis after our barns and bins are filled in November Bring Liturgy Into Home With every one of these litur- gical observances comes rich We Specialize In l~'orthwestern Cattle by a Spiritual Director. [n Europe an experienced American Express Tour Escort accompanies each party to handle all travel arrangements. This ~s an opportunity to combine visits to revered Shrines with a European holiday i~ the company of congenial companions. For reservations or information See LINDSTROM Travel Bureau 108 fir', State. Box 946 Rock/oral, Ill. WO 8-3727 The Thriftiest, Most Beautiful Food Stores In The Rockford Diocese LOVES PARK STERLIN~ ROCKFORD DIXON ELGIN AURORA, WOODSTOCK MORRIS DEKALB FREEPORI" OREGON ST. CHARt.ha ROCHELLE ROUND LAKE CARPENTERSVILLE IT'S SO EASY TO BANK BY MAIL Park State Bank now offers this new convenience. Save steps and time. Fill out a special mailing form, enclose deposit and mail. Banking Hours: Man Tues Thurs Friday 9:30 to 2:30 Friday Eves ~:30 to 7:30 5817 N. Second Street Loves Park "Just Across/ram World Famed Blackhawk Statue" i1 Mile North of U. S. Hwy. 64 on IlL Hwy. 2) HOURS OF SERVING Daily 11:30 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. (Closed Mondays) SMORGASBORD SERVED WED. & THURS. For Banquet Party or Meeting Reservations Phone: ORegon 2.6761 -- J~hn Maxon, Owner -- MEMBER AAA AND DUNCAN HINES -- 260 S. Highland Ave. 330 S. Wyman Rockford III. Storage Co Inc. Dial WO 3-5409 -- A.mm Vitale, Inc. Hal Roberts $0 Galena Ave. -- Dixon Lennon Beverage Co. McHenry Volo 219 E. Exchange-- Freeport Hartmann-Beverage Co. Buchmann-Hall Beverage Coo 1611 Seminary Street---Rockford Schlitz for All Occasion= The Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous These Distributors in our Diocese recommend "Little Joe" New 7 oz. Bottle First in tha Thirst Parade Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Rockford s Oldest Bank" FREE PARKING SPACE 401 EAST STATE ST ROCKFORD FIRST NATIONAL BANK and TRUST COMPANY tance, Whether you have a small savings or checking account or are a substantial user of several of our services, we appreOate your pa- tronage. We want you to feel "at home" here and to use our facilities as broadly as possible to aid your financial progress. "The Catholic Hour," which is~1 1 1 o . 1"~ '1 " 0 1 was lifted in 1851. In 1857 the produced by the (U.S.) National ~llOllJ{1 upport IUUDIIC ~CllOOIS first effort was nnade to end the Council of Catholic Men in co- ban on Jesuits and members of I o~. r,~u~ ~viinn--,~merican their children to parochial r reli r operation wire me ~ational/ ' . . o t h e glous o ders The Broadcasting company Catholics should willingly con-i scnoois lclause "other monMsh orders" The hall of Lincoln's Inn tribute money, time and con-I These parents areexercising was removed from the constitu- where so much of, Sir Thomas]cern to improve public schools Itheir constitutional righ~to tion hut the ban on the Jesuits ' remained ?e~r~e~:;7~eW::c:mPe:c~Sa:c~l:rl[h: r:dvlite ; :fai; ;::~onal Catho-P;:i;*d:hi[2;enth: :dU;e~:ig 2us~f ormnted school he said of England, was built in 1507 and/ ] ' IS"a'hettt St---,-" was recently restored and re-~ The Rev Thurston N. Davis,:-- j ~ ~ srsv,z,s opened IS.J editor of America. publish- I(C Bowlers to, - The interior des i e enlar e ed in New York ~poke at St ] ~ o~sore(~ o mont. is now muchPa~ts the grgaei1Thomas College here. ' ROCKFORD Six teams from p Y martyr knew it. Here he would/ Catholics, he said, must never[Bishop Muldoon Council 470, St. Andrew breakfast w:th his fellows on/fail "to work positively and!Knights of Columbus, will par-[ R aCE FALLS St Andrew bread and beer, with beef andtconstructively for the better-[ticipate in the 30th Annual Tour-I r' " " "-- ': ' pa lsn ]s sponsoring lt~ annual more beer for dinner. ]ment of all the schools of the nament of the State of Illinois ~ n " " . spagnetu canner bunaay.~eb. Portratt l~Iung [ atmn. B o w 1 ~ n g assocmhon of the 26 from 11 30 a m to 4 ' m in Erasmus records that his[ But if Catholics do this he{Knights of Columbus now in 'h' " : " " " p" ' ' ' t e au purpose room of bt. An- friend Thomas More used to[added, there is "an equal obli- progress in Chicago. The tdamsl,~ ~,1 ~Kink out of a pewter mug, beer]gation" upon all other groups[will bowl Sunday Feb. 19, atl s ~nost as light as water or oft-it0 consider the financial strainlHoliday Bowl. Teams and cap- Mr. and Mrs. Dan Adami are ~--'e~ pure water, and liked to eatton Catholic parents who send tains are P~bst, John Novak; general chairmen for the event. Schlitz, Robert Starr; MillerI Members of the working com- ~: = " : L ~ High-Life, Lyle Larson Rock mittee include Renato Adami ::il======================================================================================================================== ~ ~:~!~ ~ i~i ~ ~ :~: ~i~';~;;~ i~;~!~;!~;i ~;~.2 : ' ]ford Plumbing Leroy 'Chapin "1Mrs. Gordon McKee," Papa Pro,' i~i dff UAV TU~V D~CT ILl IDI~A/'I~ ~,~ ~ill [Long-Klontz, Jack L o n g and Mr. and Mrs Orcutelli, Oresto ::i!:i:: l Ilifl/ as i iLl Ri, i/ Ill rl/4~,ic 1 i.~i Didier, Inc, Jack Didier Pro and Peter Pro' Mesdames ~ii~ !} Tony Poci Ado Nardini Everett ~i::~'i:~:hi:!ii:ii[i!:::E:!~i!i~ h IEI~EIh]II!':~]]II) ~ i :'[]I~]E!E:~I:E:~ I!~/~IV':: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : ::: : ~:~.~ ' , /Hollor N [Wheat, Don Pierce, Maurice and The following clergy of the Diocese of Rockford passed on to] [llll[blO [Bernard Cooney; Gene Concutel their eternal rewards on the dates listed Your prayers are re-[ PAMPLONA Snain Pamr~Ili; Mesdames Robert Mohr, Le quested for the repose of their souls lona's cit council has decide~d land Green and Celia Nardin - /to name y new cit, "ark after Ann Rakestraw, Mrs William eb. 21, 1950--The Rev. Raymond A. Horner nastor of St| .~ ~' ~ - -- ' - the A s 'i Nun i lklOCKe Mr anti Mrs l%usSell Mar al po to~ c c o to Spain 5, G ena, 1s bur, led m Phfladelphm, Pa. /Archbishop Ildebrando A n t o'-!welch, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Bel- ,[ hm Mrs Guido Vlttono, Mrs Feb. 22, 1954--The Rev. William V Reed) nastor of St Mary niutti " ", -. ' ' ' Pecatonica, is buried in Holy Cross cemetery',l I Clyde Scott, Mrs. Henry Dietz, ~ose ~eenan Robert Mohr Lackawana, N.Y. Soy You Sow It in R - "" : " " ' [ THE OBSERVER [ aymono 1"huLas, ann MISSES Feb, 22, 193@--The Rev. Wiltiom Weber, pastor of St. ,John the t IFern and Catherine Keenaa, Baptist, Johnsburg, is buried in St. Boniface,~~ cemetery, Chicago ~F[ 1[ "g~g]~a~[-] Ji ~ ~'~'~ ~-~ F ~ ~'~ ~~ a a , Feb. 22, 1927--Rev. James A. Quinn, pastor of Holy Angels, ,--,- - ". Aurora, is buried in Mt. Olivet cemetery, Aurora. Feb. 23 1921 The Rev. Clement Duerr, pastor of St.-Peter, rl~'i g-~ ,' T 1;* . Spring Grove, is buried in Benton Harbor. Mich. llle t, ustonler lS'lklllg At tiffs bank each customer is of first in[par. K Chesterton -- being prepared varsity chaplaincy. Aurora area. are excluded from the country.' here for viewing this year on The prohibition against Jews A I Our 7th and 8Oh grade teams at the ancient Dominican Church{the darkness of the egg, sprout opportunity to bring the prac- FRICAN MASS TELEVISEDZ-English seminarians of the traveled to Stockton on Thof Santa Sabina on Rome's Av from the rison of seed rice of the liturgy into the coun- White Fathers beat drums and sing the Mass to African melo- : urs- l P and ~ nay wnere mey oeteated Holy entlne rim. I SOn, an akin to o u r Lord's try home. ales ~rear~ as mree n~riean priests officiate at a televised Jesuit Cross schoo.1 in two ames L - As he did last year Pope John emergence from the darkness Next month is a good time to acn2:lu;~~ 'm:tsSBrM:ll~tu2t:bcu:CthacttnfLo;td ;ir:httiUneU:;tl the parish and tbe outstandingipriest to be permanently assign-rtec this week they will engage distributed ashes to cardinals of death. Rogation Days in May start your family off on a sound A frlc an hturgy. " " ' r - ' ' I s plan of living the liturgy in the the teams f r o m St Patrick s present at the Ash Wednesday shares at the close of business ed to Norway since the country [Dec. 31, 1960, amounted to $191,-lifted its 142 year old ban on{R ckf rd' on our home floor Ice emlOnYat StnYae r iceremonY]St, Jose,-h Hob, home; join Catholic families the 244. The total amount of loans I . nation over in St. Isidore% no- 2- ' 1~, a a 1 amounted to $126,886 and a 4%iJesmts is working as a chaplain] At the February 9 meeting allIt was announced that thel r L~'o' ./v !vena beginn/ng'March 14. [' lllU LOFICS OI 15n!rllSll jdividend was declared by the;Ca hungarian relugees, the Golden Links Club of Free-{rape win,mark Chef our Sundaysl~,~alne tmlcers of directors for the yearS He lS Father Kalman Horvath, ~o:tt~1 oI~1 ,mjh~:r ~ch;:lce~tl~;l~ntusatpaIr U;h:;' ~i'~te;e2 ~;I .AURORA New officers for! Atds Congo -1 1 T 1 I " . ] ' ' [Reines a resident of St'lmade a point of visiting the{CheSt. Joseph Holy Name Socie-I LONDON--An appeal by the I Jalh lw, Jn I. nsi n j The dwectors, all of whom] Jesuits and members of other{Joseph:s Home was announced']city's poorest and most crowded,tY were elected at the January] British Catholic newspaper The --~--~-~----,-~--.-.-, ~-~- -=--~'~U'J.SL~'U~J.~ were re-electeo are" t lem ~er ' ' "- ' ' . . . g, orders were banned from Nor-lMrs John Bri~os a dir,~o~,r IPanshes. [meeting. They will be" Presl-[ Universe for starving Congolese donn ~cnreioer, Carl Frank ~ . " ~" ~ ." LONDON- (NC)- Camera ' corned beef and coarse bread!Ione Morrill Carl Hartman, Carl!Way under Artmle 2of the 1814 =;st smcerelyand sympathetm:!reDUr~gpeth;ol~rSrtevY::~ t~fe ahlSiddeCnnI, ;rlan~e~7::rc,e v~:;rP~a;il-I brought immediate donations of and television men "' ' ' ~ pal r t, onstitution It read" y romeo me lOSS we a l ~i -, " :, $26,000 from individuals, and ~ v~slted the rather than .delicacies. TodaylC ~ ey, F ed P~!, Melvin WhiteI ,=, ,~ ' : [shared She especially noted hisicient practice of visiting speci-IJohn Schneider; treasurer, How-] pledges of collections from nlStOrlC nail oi Lincoln's inn the lawyers have proudly hun~ ano ~awrence bOOOCKi, lne ~vangellcai ~.umeran re- . " : ~ fit~d oh,rr, ht~ r~f ~nrnt~ Ir~r r, ~ nrd T.~ FIm,r ~nH rwa~, h~ n,-,-, home of London barristers, to'a portrait of their great forerun~-i The Our Lady of Good Coun-]ligion shall be maintained and pa!mnce tm.~e.r m%st trying]stations-o'n~,~ar~'i~u"i~'r'*~" 2~',fir~ne i schools, parishes and associa- r r pllyblUEll allllCLlOnnlsWllIln ~ J I p epa e ihe setting for a feature nor in a central position in the'sol Credit union is the only nar-]c nstitute the established church ', - ~ g'lLent Ha ~h~nrlonoA fh;~ ~'J - tions. on St. Thomas More for Ameri- hall ]ish ,ro~i~ ,~, ~,~ ~ ,:~'-~ of the Kingdom The inhabitants ness to assist m cmo room ar-/ --: U'~7.j-'~ ~/."~'=~ " " '~, ':"*" -- ' ran'*ement his funn- litq,~ ~*,- loire oecause most oi me stauon- IDl~l~klKliKi ~l~t can temvmmn. I The Newman and Knox set-though there are others in the~wn promss saia religion shall ~-s ~ ~u ]~ "lalchurches are situated in down DI~r.I~I~IAIN ~A//I.I~ It will be the first of a series tings will be the Old Palace, Ox diocese of Rockford and is one be bound to educate their chil h~'U'IP~I~I~ -- - town Rome w ich i~ nn 1,~,~,~,~'~ ~J'~l ' dren in the same The Jesuit and *' of four TV shows -- dealing withlford, built four centuries ago for of the largest credit unions in ", RUUWUKU ]residential. the 1 omer mon~zsn oraers snall not t St. Thomas More. Cardinal New-ast Catholic Bishop of Ox- the Aurora chapter which em- "" - S ocker & Feeder Cattle man. Msgr.'Ronald Knox and G ford. and now the seat at the uni- braces 4S credit unions in the be tolerated. Jews furthermore ovalfable at oil times.