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' February 27, 1941 "Non-Chdrch Children IlflPAI OIDl# IM -Make Criminals ILUUNL UlltLO III Chicago.--Praising current pro- posals,.to introduce religion educa- tAWS slsqP ItSiAi|qP lion in the public schools of Chi- =l=|||lJi IJiimu'i cago,.$. Edgar Hoover, director of 0iUili IliUn/ the FBI, told a meeting of the In- ternational Council of Religious Education here that non-church" children furnish the criminals of tomorrow. Rosary College Event Tomorrow Nite Spring Grovel ,ouo, ladies from the diocese of Rockfortl are active in the preparations being uel, Lumber -- BBITS-CAMERON LUMBER COMPANY /L W. SCHMELTZER,, Mngr Telephone Richmond 364 mber and Building Material, meat, Coal, Feed and Paints CRYSTAL LAKE R m llardware Raue Hardware Co. PLUMBING -- HEATING PAINTS AND OILS - PHONE 189 AAAAAAAAAAAA A A      Belvidere Funeral Director Witbeck- Wheeler FUNERAL HOME Private Ambulance 203 LOGAN AVENU' G00)ceries WM. H. PIEL Belvidere Grocer 'MONARCH" -- Finer Foods HARVARD Funeral Director PUTNAM'S FUNERAL HOME PHONE 65 505 NORTH DIVISION STREE'I" Service Station and Cabin Camp JOHN O. McCLURE Standard Oil Service and Products Reliable Products and Services for Motorist RL 14 t South End of Viaduct Z4 Hours Day Harvard, IlL ;00as, Oil Gasoline . . . Oils . . . Kerosene )SBIELDS SERVICE STATION TPNK TRUCK SEKVICE Fires . . Batteries . . Accessories J - TELEPHONE ...,. ocerses 280-281 STRAIN BROS. GROCERY and MARKET L, IBB "s- Canned Fruit and Vega- tables. Freo Delivery Service-- 9 a. m., ii a. m. and 2 v. m. Try  yy T y y y r v T O N Y A N CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS Phone McHenry 152 West McHenry Illlnol d$$$$$$ MeHENRY Automobiles Schwerman Chevrolet Sales Paul H. Schwermar General Repairing SHELL Gas and Ol Phone 277 Corner U. S. 12 and ILLINOIS "0 Dept, Store . . Why Pay More? Merphandlm to Fit Your Pocketbook "'Largest Individual Department Store In McHenry County" GLADSTONE'S Lumber, Fuel MeHENRY LUMBER CO. Lumber, Millwork ad Fuel Phone. McHenrv 46 Mc Henry Ice Cream ",Cream of Creams" | A. WARWICK Portraiture Commercial Photography Photo-Finishing . . Enlerglng Copying Framing Phone 2"/S Riverside Drive made for observance of "Stunt Night" at Rosary college tomorrow evening, Feb. 28. Miss Helen Lin- den, of Aurora; a senior in the chemistry department, is chairman of the program committee. Miss Rite Huber of East Dubuque, a sen- ior in the home economics depart- ment, is serving on Miss Linden's committee. Original dramatic work in the na- ture of a play or a curtain act hav- ing local appeal presented in a period of eight or three minutes, respectively, is the nature of the entertainment. Campus clubs and organizations compete for cash awards. "Stunt Night" is sponsor- ed by Theotokeinon, scholastic hon- or society. Proceeds derived frond the entertainment will benefi the Cathoic Evidence Guild. Miss Linden, a graduate of Ma- donna high school, Aurora, is treas- urer of the Mathematics club. Miss Huber holds membership in Torch, activity honor society. She is also president of the Home Economics club. She is a graduate of St. Clara academy, Sinsinawa, Wis. Hartland Parish Lenten Devotions Hartland.--According to an an- nouncement made by the Roy. J. M. Tully, pastor of St. Patrick's church, the Lenten devotions sched- ule for this year is as follows: Wednesday evenings at 8 o'clock --Rosary, sermon and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. The Wednesday evening sermons will be a series given by the Rev. E. J. Connolley, assistant pastor of St. Joseph's church, Harvard. Friday evenings at 8 o'clock-- Rosary. "Way of the Cross and Ben- ediction of the Most Blessed Sacra- ment. A series df sermons on "The Mass" will be given on Sunday mornings at" the regular Masses throughout Lent. Patricia Ann Murray, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Murray, was baptized Sunday, Feb. 16, b); the pastor. Father Tully. Patricia Ann was born Feb. 7, 1941. Somonauk Parish To Give Dinner Somonauk--Mmbers of the Holy Name society of St. John's church will serve their annual Corn Beef and Cabbage supper the evening of St. Patrick's day, March 17, in Feehan hall. - Fred Hues is general chairman for the supper. Games and other amusements will follow the supper. Lenten Devotions - In Subleffe Parish Sublette.-.W'eekly ffevotions dur- ing Lent will be as follows: Sun- day and Wednesday eveuings at 7:30 o'clock, Rosary, Sermon and Benediction of the Most B.lessed Sacrament; Friday afternoons at 3 o'clock Stations of the Cross for school children, and Friday eve- nings at 7:30 o'clock Stations of the Cross and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament for adults. The Rev. E. J. Lehman is pastor of Our Lady of Perpetual Help church. / Coming Events Rockford March 3--Lecture by Father Flanagan of Boys Town, Nebr., Mid- way theatre. Aurora March IT--Card party, apron sale and dance, sponsored hy Altar and Rosary society of St Mary's church, afternoon and evening in parish hall. April-20Three-act play, Mary- wood Players. Dundee March 20--Winter social, St Catherine's parish hall. Elburn March 16--Annual St. Patrick's day dinner sponsored by St. Gall's church, 12 noon, parish hall. Elgin March 19--Public pie social and games, auspices of St. Joseph's Parents association. March 17--St. Patrick's Day din- ner, parish hall, under auspices of Voman's Guild of the Tabernacle of St. Laurence church. Somonauk March IT--Annual corn beef and cabbage supper served by Holy Name men of St. John's parish,J Feehan hall. South Beloit March 9--Annual St. Patrick's dinner served by the Altar and Ro- sary society of St. Peter's church', 12 noon to 3, parish hall. Walton March 9--"Jitney supper;' served by the League of the Sacred Heart, St. Mary's church basement, at 6 o'clock. Sycamore ( Automobiles Funeral Director Buick, Pontiac, GMC Trucks L,atet Modern Equipment- Body and Motor Works---" Standard Oil'; Products--ycmore', Most Up to KEBIL Date Lubricating DepLDay .an N!ght Service. FARGO GARAGE As Near As Your Telephone Cool, Coke Cortland Grain and Phone 84 FOR THE REST OF Lumber Co. STOKER COAL " 0 . .. : rnone teixalb 6 farmers rajn and Lyre bet Co. ..... x ..... , ............. vvv_v vv  v  vvv  vvvv v   vv yvv v vvvvwv J HE OBSERVER VATICAN CITY FIREMEN OPEN NEW HOME iCardinal Canali, president of the Pontifical commission for the government of Vatican City, officiates t at the opening of the headquarters of the Vatican City fire department. Hot Stove League BY RED, WHI.2 AND ED After an upset-studded Northern Catholic sectional, only two dio- cesan teams will appear at the state meet beginning Friday. In the first ' contest at Aurora last Sunday, St.: Joseph of Rock Island outpointed Community, 29-26, in spite of the Sterling rally that outscored the Islanders by t0-5 in the last quar- ter. Cornelius led St. Joseph with nine points, with Curran's seven high for Community. The second game of the after- noon saw St. Thomas exhibit a smooth working attack and Thom- ist hopes were high as the Purple and White led St. Bede, 18-15 at halftime, but the Bedans outscored Badkemen in the second half, 18- 9, to advance with a 33-27 win. Skurski and McKimmey counted 19 points to lead St. Thomas. in scoring. St. NIary's of Woodstock. waited until the third quarter to put a safe gap in the score, leading St. Mary's of Des Plaines. 24-18 at that point, then stalling to a 27-2-t win. Kuppe took high scoring hon- ors for the meet as the slender Marist center connected for 17 counters. Immaculate Conception came out for revenge and accomplished the task by eliminating Marmion, 30- 25. Cadets were cold at the hoop. numerous shots rolling off the rim and Conceptionists possessed a 25-19 margin at the third quarter. Aurorans drove hard in the final )eriod. but could garner only six )oints as the Elmhursts collected lYe for )'ictol'y. : In the opening game at Peoria at 12:15, Aquin bumps against St. Theresa of Decatur, darkhorse con- tender for the state crown . . . St. Mary's of Woodstock. takes the court against defending champion, Trinity. of Bloomington . . . Both diocesan representatives will have their hands full. as Trinity is fav- ored to repeat and St. Theresa split with Trinity in the 1940-41 sched- uled series . . . Other games in which Aurora sectional victors will participate include St, Bede, Peru- Cathedral. Springfield; St. Joseph. Rock Island-Spalding, Peoria; St. Pat, Kankakee-Notre Dame, Quin- cy: hnmaculate Conception, Elm- hurst-Routt. Jacksonville . . . Com- piiments to Marmion and Athletic Director George h-eland for an ex- cellent tourney that proceeded with smooth precision . . . Highlights of the meet included Jim Kuppe's out- standing performance for Stl Mary's. Woodstock . . . St. Thomas' game battle against a bigger, more experienced St. Bede quintet . . General play of Cadets Frantzen and Galiagher as Marmion dropped out . . . Four consecutive baskets by Driscoll of Immaculate Concep- tion to .turn the tide in Elmhurst favor . . . One-man drive by Joe Cornelius of Rock Island, against Ai Strzepek's Community varsity . . Excellent officiating throughout lhe meet I)y "Dutch" Clarno and Carl Johnson of the Big Ten . . . Diocesan teams fared well on the regular season schedules, winning 54, losing 23, with eight diocesan i games being included... St. Mary's i cnded with a 15-3 rating: Aquin closed the chart with 13-2; St. Thomas achieved 11 wins and six losses; Marmion. 9-7; Community, 6-5 . . . Leading scorers on their respective teams included: Jim Kuppe. St. Mary's: Paul Schramm and John Donovan, Aquin; Phii McKimmey and John Keegan, St. Thomas; Ray 3,Vhite and Andy Pierce. Marmion; Wayne Curran. Community. In the Path of Christ In Far- Flung Lands Ceylon Bishops Form Education Board to Protect School Interests Colombo. Ceylon.--In view of the educational reforms to he inaug- urated shortly in the self-governing colony of Ceylon. the Catholic Hier- archy met at Archbishop's House here to confer on the educational situation and to issue the necessary instructions to the clergy and the laity to meet it The first result of the Episcopal conference has been the inaugura- tion of The Ceylon Catholic Board of Education to watch over Catholic educational interests in relation to existing or proposed legislation by state authorities. In the course of their joint cir- cular the prelates stress the follow- ing principles: liberty of conscience guaranteed by the Constitution; the natural rights of parents to choose the school in which their children saall be educated; the duty of the state to' assist education without religious discrimination. The circu- lar deals with the functions of Church and State in the field of education, saying: "The Catholic Church imposes on all Catholic parents the duty of sending their children to Catholic schools. Other religious bodies may or may not do likewise according to their tenets, but the state has no concern with the mm'al obliga- tions imposed by religious persua- sions. That obligation must be left entirely to the conscience of indi- vidnals, and to the internal legisla- tion of religious bodies." Patriarch Sees Portuguese Mission Activities Intensified By Papal Bull IAsbon. The recent Papal Bull dealing with the missions of Portu- gal's foreign colonies is certainto intensify mission work, His Emi- nence Manuel Cardinal Cerejeira. Patriarch of Lisbon, declared in an |nterview here. "'There is a spiritual renaissance in progress here," tlis Eminence said. "This has been true ever since the apparitions at Fatima in 1917. Religious life has been greatly in- tensifiied." The Papal Bull places all the mis- sions of Portugal's overseas posses- sions under the jurisdiction of the Papal Secretariat of State Portu- gal, including t h e dependencies finds herself enriched by two Arch- dioceses nd five dioceses. Community of lospital Sisters of Hindu Race Is Formed In India Ernakulam, India.--A religious community known as the Society of Hospital Sisters of St. Joseph, whose members are of the Hindu (Indian) race, has been formed un- der the direction of the Very Roy. Msgr. Joseph C. Panjikarau, here. Members of the sisterhood must have passed the'English school final examination and must have a religi- ous vocation. They will be trained as doctors, nurses, midwives and druggists Three young women al- ready are undergoing a nursing course in St. Mrtha's hospital, an institution under European man- agement at Bangalore. Others are presently i)eing trained as drug- gists and midwives. After their novitiate, they will have their dis- tinctive dress and take simple VO'S. It is the plan to erect the mother- house of the sisterhood near St. Joseph's D h a r m a Girl (Charity Mount) hospital, which has 42 acres of land on the main Alwaye-Munnar road. It was the Most Roy. Edward Mooney, former Apostolic Delegate to India and now Archbishop of De- trait, who sent the first contribution for the erection of St. Joseph's hos- pital. The Most Rev. Leo Kierkels. pregdnt Apostolic Delegate to India. formally blessed the structure in the presence of the Archbishops of Ernakulam, Veropoly and Trivan- drum. Monsignor Panjikaran r e a d a paper before the Seventh All-India Catholic Congress ;t Mylapore, and said that, compared with the Pro- testant effort. Catholic hospitals in India are "insignificant." and that "'we must bestir ourselves." He paid tribute to the Catholic Medical Mission board in New York and to other American groups and indi- viduals who have helped the medi- cal mission wm-k in lndia. He point- ed out that the war has worked great hardships on this effm-t in india, and has cut off aid that for- merly came from England. "It is a time of crisis for the missions and our hope is the Catholics of Amer- ica," he said. Addi-ess correspondence to Rt. Rev. Msgr. F. J. Conron, 1245 N. Court street, Rock- ford, Ill., diocesan director of Propagation of Faith Society. Baltimore Catholics To Be Counted Baltimore. -- A complete census of members of'the Roman Catholic faith in the Baltimore area will be undertaken here by .an army of 4,000 enumerators. In each of the area's 78 parishes a local pastor will serve as hon- orary chairman of the census group in that section, with active direc- "tion in the hands of a lay chairman. The territory to be included in- cludes all communities in counties around Baltimore city.. Says Young Social Workers Are Needed Washin,ton.--The need of young workers, especially medical social workers who are interested in child health problems, was emphasized by Miss Katherine Lenroot, chief of the Children's Bureau, United States Department of Labor, in an address delivered to the students of the National Catholic School of Social Service here. .Miss Lenroot spoke on "Ameri- ca's Child and the Challenge." "The Children's Bureau," she said, "makes studies and surveys in all parts of the counh% but ours is a large, field and there is much to accomplish. It is for this reason that we stand in need of young social workers." She reviewed the work of the White House Conference on Chil- dren in a Democracy, telling of its contributions to the field of child welfare. Forty Hours of, Devotion St. Mary's church. Galena, ill'st Sunday of Lent. Heads Workers' Group Madras.--At the last annual meet- ing of the Catholic Workers' asso- ciation of this city, it was announc- ed that the Most Rev. L. Mathias, S. C.. Archbishop of Madras. has accepted the presidency of the asso- ciation. NOVENA AT IPrepare ELBURN PARISH Oregon ISocml Center To Be Inaugurated Tomorrow Evening Elburn.--The Rev. Leonard J. Guzzardo, pastor of St. Gall's church, will inaugurate the Perpet- ual Novena in Honor of Our Sor- rowful Mother tomorrow" evening, Feb. 28, at 7:30 o'clock. The novena services will continue indefinitely each Friday evening in St. Gall's church. An invitation is extended to both Catholics and non-Catholics to at- tend the novena services. Members of St. Gall's church have selected Sunday. March 16, as tlie date for the annual St. Pat- rick's dinner. A turkey menu wili be served beginning at 12 noon and continuing as late as neces- sary to accommodate the patrons. Parish hall improvements and decorations are being made and it is hoped these will be completed in time for this ar(nual dinner, A most hearty welcome is ex- tended to the friends of the parish to enjoy a turkey dinner Sunday, Mar. 16, in St. Gall's parish hall. Elburn is located on Ill. Rt. 47, midway between US Rts. 30 and 330. It is easily accessible from all points in the Fox river vatley. Parish Inaugurates Recreational Program Hanover.--The Rev. J. T. Healey. pastor of St. John's church, and members of the parish Holy Name society have inaugurated a recrea- tional program for the enlisted per- sonnel of the United States Ord- nance department. Savannah depot. The men will have use of the )arish hall each week. Games and a variety of entertainment will be provided for them. St. Joseph's Parents' Association to Meet' Elgin.--The next meeting of the Parents r association of St. Joseph's school will be held Friday evening, March 14. At last Friday's meeting Miss Helen M. Halliday. nurse for the three local parochial schools, ad- dressed the members of the asso- ciation. ISlans have been announced for a pie social to be held-March 19 by the meu of the association. Al Wiedner and Ed. Conrow are chair- men. PARISH SCHOOL AID Columbus, O.--Senator Arch M. Barrett, of Montgomery county, has introduced a bill in the legislature providing for free bus sewice for Catholic school pupils. LEGION OF DECENCY CLASS A, Se 1--Unobjectionable For General Patronage Along the Rio Orande Great Mr. Nobody. The. Ranger and the Lady, 'rae Ahvays A Bride Great Plane Robbery. The Remedy for Riches. Andy Hardy's Private Seers- Gun Code Return of Wild Bill tar', ". Raunred Honevnfrm. Rhythm on the River Anne of Windy Poplar,* fler" First Romance Ride Kelly Ride Argentine Nights. Here Is Ireland Ride, Tenderfoot. Rid Arizona Howarda of Virionia. The Ridin' on a Rainbow Arizona Frontier. l bfarried Adventure. Riders on Black Mountaia- Arizona Gang Busters I'm Nobody's Sweetheart River's End. Arkansas Judge Now. Roadshow Beyond the Sacramento In Old C,,lorad. Robin Hood of the Pecoa Billy the Kid in Texa It's in the Air Rocky Mountain Rangers Billy the Kid Outlawed. Kit Carson Romance of the Rio Grande Billy the Kid's Range War Ladies Must Live, The. Saint in Palm Springs Blackout Land of Sis Guas Sandy Get Her Hen. Blondie Has Servsnt Trouble. Last Alarm. Santa Fe Trail Slondie Plays Cupid Law and Order. Scatterbrain Boss of Bullion City. The. " Leather Pushers. Scateregood Bathes. Let's Make Mu.ie l,ife With Henry Lightning Strikes Li'l Abner. Little Bit of Heaven. Little Men Little Nellie Kelly Lone Rider Rides On, The Lone Wolf Keeps Data Luck Devils Mad Men of Europe Marked Men. Maryland. Meet the Chump Men Against tho Sky. $[ercy Plane. Military Academy Mystery Sea Raider Nobody'a Children. Oklahoma Renegades. abe Million a C 8owery Boy Second Choru* Break the News She Couldn't Say No Buck Privates Sky Murder Bury Me No to nthe Lone So TouWon't Talk. Prairie. Son of Monte Christo Calling All Husbaod Spring Parade Carolina Moon. Strike Up th Band Case of the Black Parrot Suicide Legion. Cavalcade of Faith Texas Rangers Ride Ag'aln Cherokee Strip The Great Commandment Christmas iu July They met on Skis Code of the Fearless Thief of Bagdad. Confiu' Round the Moun- Thundering Frontier, The. tain. Tomboy ( Mooogram I Colorado. . Tom Brown's Sehoolday Dancing on a Dime Trail Blazers. Dangr.rous Game. Trail of the Silver Spurs Dispatch from Reuter A Trail of the Vigilantes Doomed Caravae. Triple Justice Dreaming Out Loud. Two Gun Troubador Dr. Kildare Goes Home. Tulsa, Kid, The. Dulcy Orpheus of the North Under Texas Skies Durango Kid, The. Out West with the eenPer Up iu the Air Earl of Puddlestons. Outlaws of the Panhandle Village Barn Danes Fargo Kid, The Passport to Alctra Wagon Train Father h a Prince Peticoat Peltries Westerner. The Father's L.hn. Phantom Cowboy..The. West of Pinto Basin Fighting th Phantom Rancher Western Union Five Little Peppers la Pinto Kid, The Where Did You Get That Trouble Pony Post. ; Girl f Flight Command Pop Alway Pays Wildcat of Tucson Friendly Neighbors. Pride of the Bowery Wildcats Bus. frontier Crusader. Prairie Pioneers. Wyoming. Fugitive from a Prison private hffalrs, Wyoming Wildcat Camp Odaterbaek. The You'll Find Out Fugitive grnm Justice. Queen of Destiny You're the One Gay Caballero. The Radio 'Ranch Young People. The. Girl from Avenue A. Rainbow Over the Rang0 You're Not So Tou=b, Golden Fleecing Ramparts We Watch You're Out of Luck Golden Gloves Rangers of Fortune. Youth Will Be Served. Golden Hoofs CLASS As Sec. 2--Unobjectionable For Adults After Mein Kamft Give Us Wing One Night in the Tropic Angels Over Broadway. Go West Pastor Hall. Bank Dick Gold Rush Ma|$ie. - Pride and Prejudice Behind the News Grand ale Opry. Publle Deb Ko. L Bitter Sweet. Great McGinty. The. Queen of the Mob. l-llaok Diamonds Hit Parade of 1941. The. Remember Blonde Inspiration Hone)moon for Three Sailor's Lady. Room Town Hudson's Bay Saint Takes Over Brigham Young Hallabaloo San Francisco Docks Captaiu Caution I Love You Again. Schubert's Serenade Caught in the Act I'm Still Alive Secret Evidence Chad Hanna Irene Sing, Dance, Plenty HaL Charter Pilot [ Want a Divorce Six Lessons from Madame Cheers for Miss Bishop Lady in Question. Laz, onga Convoy Lady with the Red Hair. -South of Karanp. Cross Country Romance, Let George Do It South of Suez Devil's Pipe Line. Lighta Out In Europe. Sporting Blood. Diamond Frontier Living Corpse, The. Strange Cargo Doomed to Die. I.ong Voyage Home. The- (Revised Version) Down Argentine Way. Love Thy Neighbor Strawberry Blonde East of the River . Magic in Music. Street of Memories. Ellery Queen--Master De- Maisie Was a Lady Stranger oo the Third Plt tectire Marseillaise, La TaIL Dark and Handsome Eseape Melody and Moonlight. rhird Finger. Left Hand Escape 'to Glory Men Without oula Trial of Mary Dugan, The Fantasia Meet the Wildcat. Tugboat Annie Sails Agn Flowing Gold. Mexican Spitfire Out West. Victory flight Angel Mortal S0rm, The. Villian Sttll Pmued Rex. Flight from Destiny. Mummy's Hand. The. The ForeiLm CorresponOenL Murder Among Friends ' Virginla Four Mothers Murder Over New YorL Wagons Roll at Night The 3alant Sons My Love Came Back. Wagons Westward. Gambling on the High Seas. 14v SOn. My Son We Who Are Young. 3angs at Chicago. Night Train When the Daltons Rode Girt iu the News Night ot Night " Who Is Guiltyf ;irl in Room g)3, No Tim for Comedy. Who Killed Aunt Maggie! ,irls of the Road. 3iris Under CLASS Arise, My Love` Back Street Before I Hang Come Live With Me Oance, Girls, Dauce. Devil Commaaud. The. Face Behind the Mask, The Girl from God's Country Glamour for Sale Gone With the Wind ;reat Profile. Tha - Trial Man sod H Wife Children u! the Sm n,!iac'r@tloua Kiss of Fire Lash of the Penlteotes Mad Youth Ma.e orbidde North Wet Mo,nted Pollcs. Wild Man of Borneo One Crowded Night World ie" Flame B--Objectionable In Part Harve Mr and Mrs. Smith He Staved tot Breakfa Night at Earl Carroll's High Sierra Phildelphic Story Rired Wife. Playgirl Hous Acrm the Bay. ne So Ends Our Night Invisible Woman South of Page Page. Kitty Foyle They Drive by NighL Leopard Men t Africa Tobacco ,Road. Man ,f the Hour Too Many Girls Ionev and th* Womeo You Can't Fool Your Wife Monster and the Girl, The. 7,era H(ur. 1he Sf _ - CLASS C'-Condemned Pitfall of YoutP inful Daughtera PaCe That Kills, the glsves io Kondag It'. 11 '- Your Mind Smashtng the Vie Racket -ran rh gouls in Pawn Race Suicide Thls Thing Called LOvo RasPutin Time In the Sttn. Booter Madne (Tell Yoc Wages of tn tildren). With Oregon.--The beautiful mansion recently purchased by St. Mary's church is rapidly being converted into a building which will house the social, educational and recreational activities of the parish. Large ta- bles have been constructed, nodern heating fixtures installed and chairs and dishes purchased. Thus equip- ped, the building fulfills a long felt need, providing the parishioners the necessary facilities with which to hold their meetings and social functions. Plans for the near future in- clude the installation of a group of Trinitarian Sisters in the home. where they will conduct Catechism classes for the children, religious training for older people and vo- cational guidance for all parishion- ers. Friends and former members of the parish are invited by the pas- tor, the Rev. A. M. Kreckel, to drop in at any time and inspect the premises. A cordial welcome is extended to all who are interested in the progress that has already been made. Blessed Widow Ave Maria Hour Subject Sunday Favored in an extraordinary man- ner with the gift of contemplation. Blessed Clare of Rimini, is the sub- ject of the Ave Maria Ilour broad- cast Sunday. March 2, sponsored by the Friars of the Atonement. The program originates every Sun- day on station WMCA. New York. and is relayed to stations WIP, Phil- adelphia, Pa.. %VNAC. Boston. WMAS: Springfield. VfSAR, Fall River and WLLH. Lowell. Mass. Transcribed it is broadcast over 130 stations in virtually every state in the union. Clare. born at Rimini A. D.. 1282. at an early age fell a prey to the dangers to which her youth and beauty exposed her, and led a life of sinful dissipation. One day. obeying a mysterious voice that! bade her say an "Our Father" and a "Hail Mary" at least once with fervor and attention, she did so and then and there changed her life to one of penance and prayer. She became a model of every vir- tue, especially charity towards the destitute, and founded a con'ent for the Order of the Poor Clares in which she passed 37 years in con -! templative prayer until her holy death A. D.. 1346. Asks Negro Appointee In Supreme Court i New Orleans, La.--Complete co- operation with the national defense program and advocacy of a Negro judge to fill the preseht vacancy on the Supreme Court of the Unit- ed States were the two main points of the National Negro council's pro- ram outlined at the Bishop's con- vention of the Negro African Meth= I odist Episcopal church here. 'l The council also plans to request i a Negro as one of the president's I secretaries, get Negro press repre- I sentatives into White House con-I :ferences, more Negro appointees to service schools at West Point! nd Annapol!s. and continuance of government aid in social security and education. " 55 DOUGLAS AVE. ELGIN, ILLINOIS PHONE ELGIN 1554 Illinois Cleaners and Dyers CRAF'TSMEN IN KEEPING THINGS NEW Page "l, e e The Observer Employment. Bureau At Your Service FREE This oRice is ready to assist any- )ne of character and fitness to ao quire a suitabld position. We also offer the columns of our newspaper to honest and just em- ployers needing skilled or unskilled labor. Either of the above services (to employee or to employer} is free. Thi office is anxious to assist in solving the unemployment problem. WE MAKE NO CHARGE for run. ning your advertisement in these columns Those seeking work will kindly write their pastor for Form A. Re- turn it to The Observer office as soon as possible so that your-re- quest for work will appear quickly. All advertisementa should be in this office on the Tuesday preced- ing publication. THE OBSERVER, Box 479, Freeport, III. HELP WANTED WantedMen over 21 in sales de- partment of company selling home utensils. Write E-4, this office. Wanted: Single middle-aged man on small dairy farm. Must be sober, reliable and experienced. Write E-10 this office. Wanted--Girl or woman to help with housework and children. No washing. Private room in good home. Fair pay. Write Mrs. John Harding, St. Charles, Ill. Wanted: Good, reliable man; must have good personal habits; for general farm work. Communicate with ,Mr. H. J. Brienen, Harvard, Ill., or call Harvard 2246. Wanted: Girl or middle aged woman for general housework. No washing. Adults. Wages $9.00 per week. Modern home. Write E- 11 this office. Please furnish refer- ences. Wanted a capable and unencum- bered woman to do laundry and light housework iu Catholic rectory. Two priests. Wages $30 pet- month. Pleasant circumslances for right party. Write E-12 this office. + POSITIONS WANTED Catholic, well educated woman, wants position as governess for children or companion to a Catho- lic lady. Can furnish excellent references. Write A-24 this office. Wanted: Position as priest's house- keeper by middle aged depend- able woman. Can furnish refer- nces. Write A-25 this office. Educated, intelligent, reliably lady wishes position as governess or nursemaid. Experienced. Write A-27 this office. 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