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FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1961 ~ERTIFICATES AS KNIGHTS OF THE ALTAR--Father Mullane hands the formal certificate Gregort Yagle asThomas Vinci (kneeling) looks on. Stephen ~Veeg assists Father Mullane. (Van Dyke Photo) i ST. VINCENT'S JOTTINGS l FREEPORT--On Ember Sat- street to inspect the z~ew addi- ur.da.y everyone.was present in tion to Aquin high school. High-i spw]t at St Memrad seminary ' light of the visit was their mer- St. Meinrad, Ind to rejoice with our good seminarian friend, Mike McKinstra, when he re- ceived the first of the major or- ders.towards the priesthood, that of sub-diaconate. All St. Vin- cent's and St. Joseph's joined with Father Ambre in offering Mass and other special prayers for him. Our prayerful remem- brances shall continue as he pur- sues the way toward his sublime goal. On the n i g h t of Feb. 22, a group of our girls and boys gath- ered on the grounds, eagerly ry - go - round ride on the swivel stools in the physics and chemis- try lab. -- . Visitors over the weekend had an opportunity to see St. Vin- cent's on wheels. The premature spring weather and four dozen pairs of roller skates have made sidewalks a hazard to those on foot -- . . Mrs. Thomas Moore, resident in St. Joseph Home for the past year and a half, passed to her eternal reward on Sunday. We Requiescant t AUROR~.--Frank G. Asselborn, 77, Nicholas parish, Feb. 26, Mrs. Marguerite Beszedes, 40, St. Jo- seph parish, Feb. 21. Mrs. Marie L. Bartsch, 54, Holy An- gels parish, Feb. 21. MIss Mary McCarthy, 84, Holy Angels parish, Feb. 20. Peter J. Hammond, 61, Annunciation parish, Feb. 20. BATAVIA--Mrs. O. D. Challman, 86, Holy Cross parish, Feb. 25. CRYSTAL LAKE--MIchael Dubravski, 73, St. Thomas parish, Feb. 26. DIXON--Mrs. Marguerite Tyne, 63, St. Patrick parish, Feb. 20. Mrs. Helen DuIs, St. Patrick parish, Feb. 23. ELGIN--Mrs. Anna K. Heimann, 61, St. Laurence parish, Feb. 24. John Centannb infant, St. Mary parish, Feb. 26. FREEPORT--Mrs. Thomas Moore, 86, THE OBSERVER WBBM, Channel 2, Chicago Saturday, March 4 2:00 Picture for a Saturday Afternoon "Stablemates" A-I 4:30 The Early Show "Mrs. Wiggs at the Cabbage Patch" A-I 10:00 The Best of CBS "Kiss the Blood of My Hands" A-11 Sunday, March $ 12:00 Picture for a Sunday Afternoon "The Shop Around the Corner" A-II 10:15 The Late Show "The Trouble with Women" B The Late, Late Show "Song of Love" A-I Monday, March 6 /10:15 The Late Show "Song of Surrender" j A-II Tuesday, March 7 4:30 The Early Show "Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo" A-II 10:15 The Late Show "Give My Regards tO Broadway" A-I 12:30 The Late, Late Show "Her Hus- band's Affairs." A-I Wednesday, March S 4:30 The Early Show "Barnacle Bill" A-I 10:15 The Late Show "The Good Earth" A-II 12:30 The Late, Late Show "Exclusive" A'II' Thursday, March 9 4:30 The Early Show "Hostages" A-!I 10:15 The Late Show "Gaslight"A-II 12:30 The Late, Late Show "The Bride Wore Boots" B Friday, March 10 4;30 The Early Show "The Last Train From Madrid" A-II 10:15 The Late Show "Ride A Violent Mile" A-II 12:30 Tile Late, Late Show "Camille" A-II wise, Channel 3, Madison Saturday, March 4 9:30 THE HOUR OF ST. FRANCIS. 10:30 Theater Three "Of Mice and Men" A-II Sunday, March S 10:00 THE CHRISTOPHERS 12:30 KNOW THE TRUTH 10:35 Theater Three "Grapes of Wrath" Adl Tuesday, March 7 t0:30 Theater Three "Santa Fe Passage" A-I Wednesday. March 8 10:30 Theater Three "Hoodlum Empire" Thursday, March t 10:30 Theater Three "The Gangster" B Friday, March 10 10:30 Theater Three "Johnny Guitar" A-II WNBQ, Channel 5, Chicago Saturday, March 4 2:00 Channel 5 Playhouse "Circle of Danger" A-I 10:15 Movie "A Wa'~k in the Sun" A-1 Sunday, March S 1:00 Feature "The Assassin" A-II 10:15 Movie 5 "The Hostage" A-II Tuesday, March 7 4:00 Movie 5 "Jungle Patrol" A-I Wednesday, March $ 4:00 Movie 5 "Loan Shark" B Friday, March 10 4:00 Movie 5 "Overland Pacific" A-!I PAGE 11 Excellent nursing home care. Approveo by State Department of Public Health Bellevue Place, Waterman, Ill. Phone 3. Classified Advertising !i i~:: : :~ :i~: i.;;:(: ;~ i: i l :::~:.i:;iii~ i i!i i i~:,i:~iiiiiii:::i i~ii ~:. i i ~i i i :~ i~::i !?i~i ii!i: ill:! i~i~i i C i;! i: i i:;il ili!i~iiiii:iii~i i i!iiii:!~ ~i.i :;~:: ~:i~:: ~i: i:: :: i ! i::: :ii:i i i: i:: ::. :~ ~:. :: ~.:::.: t NURSING HOME i~::iiii iii]! i::iii:: :: i :(:ii:: :~iiiiiiil iiiiiiil) ii il i~ii ~iiiil i !iii i!i: : ! : iiii!:ii: i~ i iii:: Open Rate--10c a woro--~.48' ~er Inch. Contracts, ~-Inch, 13 consecutive week Help Wanted--Female WITI, Channel 6, Milwaukee Rectory housekeeper for one priest parish Saturday, March 4 in small town. Write Box 450 c/o The 2'00 The Early Show "Treasure of th~ Observer 1260 North Church Street, Rock. Ruby Hill's" A-I ,~ ford, Illinois, stating age and references. 9:30 ALaltle Show "The Great Ziegfield" [~ 12:00 L~te, Late Show "Frankenstein/Used Clothing Furniture, Dishes, Lamps Meets the Wolfman" A-II lend oil housahoId articles. In the Rock-I Sunday, March 5 ford store, we have a new department 9:00 THE HOUR OF ST. FRANCIS dedicated to Religious articles. Prices to 1]:30 Sunday Show Time "Black Legion" fit your immediate budget. Come in andJ 3:00 Sunday Show T me "South of Suez" browse around. 1019 West State st Rock. I A-II ford. In Aurora, Ca;hollo Salvage ia Ioj 11:00 Late Show "They Knew What They cared at 201 North Lake St. I Wanted" A-II Monday, March 6 MONUMENTS- VAULTS I 8:00 Morning Movie Time "The Big Tip- ! Off" A-II MARKERS -- MONUMENTS I 4:00 Early Show "Nobddy Lives Forever" .~.O.BERT TRIGG & SON I A-If 114 S. Pirst St. we. 4-2741' 10:1.5 Lete Show "Summertime" B Tuesday, March 7 --~ 8:00 Morning Movie Time "Every Girl FUNERAL DIRECTORS Should be Married" A-II "---'~~ 10:15 Late Show "San Francisco" A-I MORTUARY Wednesday, March S 1002 2na Ave. we. 3-6S21 $:00 Morning Movie Time "Johnny Angel" A-I I 4:00 Early Show "Stallion Road" A-II 10:15 Late Show "The Magnificent Mata- dor" B Thursday, March ' g:00 Morning Movie Time "Night Freight" A-II 4:00 Early Show "Vice Sgued" A-II Friday, March 10 8:00 M@ning Movie Time "Robbers Roost" B 4:00 Early Show "Hotel Berlin" A-II 10:15 Late Show "Blaze of Noon" A-I WOC, Channel 6, Davenport Saturday, March 4 10:50 Premiere Performance "Command Decision" A-I Sunday, March 5 11:15 Premiere Performance "The High and Mighty" A-II Monday, March 6 12:10 Movie Matinee "Eternal Sea" A-I Tuesday, March 7 12:!0 Movie Matinee "Shanghai Story" A-II Wednesday, March I FRED C. ,OLSON third Ave. we. S 7312 FUNERAL" HOME SLOIJF BROTHERS RUG and FURNITURE CLEANERS "Tacked down carpets cleaned on floor" 1207 New York Street Ph.: Aurora TW 2-1S11 For Service Coil TW 2-3971 COAL & GRAVEL CO. SAND--GRAVEL--BLDG. MATERIAL Rt. 25 North Aurora 12:10 Movie Matinee "Come Next SPring" A-I Thursday, March 9 12:10 Movie Matinee "Fighting Kentucki. an" A-II Friday, March 10 12:10 Movie Matinee "The Weapon" A-II WISN, Channel 12, Milwaukee $1.96 weekly for a total of $25.48. Ull~ll~l~ml~lp~qlmAl~m Contracts, l Inch, 13 consecutive weeks, rlAKKIINMI/UDII $3.78 weekly for a total Of $49.14. kA,-k'IM :TI A It pays to advertisel ~-,~ =,~s "~==~n ; COA L- FUEL OIL Dial ADams 2-0517 PIANOS AND ORGANS rreeport, IllinOiS OVER 100 New ann Used Pianos and Organs to Choose From 330 N. Main St. Rockford, we. 3-823, JACKSON PIANO STORE II I Hew & Used Pianos and Organs II / P.IIIIIP.~N ~ I CONN--3 locations. Woodstock FED, a-/I / .vm,~nn ~ ~ I 1574, McHenry EV. 5-2251. Northtowne|l Id~ ~1~m~ .~-I~--- I " " Thiel's Drug Store CLIFFORD THIEL, Pharmacist Expert Prescription Service 161 Dundee Dial SH 2-0482 ELGIN MODERN DAIRY COMPANY, INC. Fine Dairy Products Dial SH 1.2S36 ELGIN Groceryand Market "Where the Wise Economize" Tel. 445 Galen JOE FEELEY Monday, March 4 4:00 Movie S "Man on the Eifel Tower" A-II - ~ .--- i Hold Pre-Cana Conferences at Newman Center DE KALB--"Love and Dat- ing" is the theme of the annual Saturday, March 4 Everything for the MOTORIST INSURANCE 3:00 20th Century Theater z"Everybody's I~ 1 lib I lie I Dial SHerwood 1.2S77 Hobb " A-I 11:15 The ~ig Movie "The Inspector A/AVIA . . . .----------- (INCL LIFE) is-,-. General" A-I REAL ESTATE , Suqday, March 5 I ~ i i i I / I ~TIO~ UI 10:30 KNOW THE TRUTH,;, . GALENA7,9- ).MkI 10:45 THE CHRISTOPHERS I Will I~ll//ll, d~ ELGIN oo Ill -: Monday, March ~ II kl / PIT7 -~ N-G " 10:45 The B~ Movie "A Staten Life" A-Illl ''" "" "'--" 10:'STheBi;UO ?V ;e "T'OUChof I AutomaficWaterSysteml COAL and 01L Venus" B II TR 9-1243 Wednesday, Merch 8 . . 24 Kimball street 10:45The Big Movie "Black BAH" A-fill 315 N Pro,rle BATAVIA Thursday, March 9,IIWarehouse--203 Houston Elgin, Illinois , IO:4.~,ne Big ~ovle "The Prisoner' A-II|I A&S Dairy Inc. Friday. March 10 |" 10:45 The Big Movie "First Comes Courage" B Pasteurized Grade "A" scanning the skies to catch a glimpse of Echo II as it passed over this area So eager were our young scientists to capture yet another glance of the satel- lite that they calculated the in- tervals and stayed up till late that night, waiting in silent ex- pectation. Our grade school boys held their regular Sodality meeting last Thursday evening. Members of fifth and sixth grades gave talks on the lives of saints whose feasts occur during March. Fol- lowing the religious discussion, a spirited basketball game took up their eager attention. When they could catch their breath, the boys were served refresh- ments. Saturday and Sunday after- noon and evening brought an of- ~gal close to our basketball sea-; Once again St. Mary of Star- emerged as champions of the sectional tournament with St. Joseph of Freeport gaining second place and St. Michael of Galena third spot. Our little ones of kindergarten took on the role of teen agers for an hour Sunday as t h e y made an excursion across the Sponsor Dinner SYCAMORE 1 T h e Holy Name society of St. Mary par- ish is sponsoring a St. Patrick day dinner Sunday, March 12. Serving will be from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m "The Corner Bank With the Clock" THE HARVARD STATE BANK 3% Interest Paid On Savings Accounts Member of F.D.I.C. Soderstrom's Valley Paint Com 13 North S l 108 Larkin Elgin, Illinois extend our sympathy to her son, Brother John Moore, C.S.C and members of the family. May her soul rest in peace. St. Joseph Holds Cana Conference AURORA -- Sunday evening, March 12, St Joseph parish wi]li be host for a Cana conference in the High street auditorium The committee and the Rev. J. J. Weitekamp, pastor, invite all married couples to attend. The meeting will begin with registration at 7 p.m. after which, a guest priest will conduct dis-i cussion periods. The evening will be climaxed by repeating the marriage vows in church and followed by Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Mr. and Mrs, Edward Michels are general chairmen of the event, and working with them are Mr. and Mrs. Howard La- Fleur, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hammond and Mr. and Mrs. Vic- St. Mary parish, Feb. 26. Pre-Cana conferences to be giv- Robert Charles Stephens, 51, St. Mary en this month and next at NIU parish, Feb. 24. LOVES PARK--Michael Campion, 8~, Newman center. st. Bridget parish, Feb. 25. ROCKFORD--Mrs. Madalena Samarta- no, 60, St. Bernadette parish, Feb. 25. Mrs, Edna J. Lundell, 59, St. James ~a~'ish, Feb. 24. Mrs. Regina L. Nice, 64, St. Edward parish, Feb. 24. Ida Montalbano, 60, St. Anthony par- ish, Feb. 24. tor Puscas. Reservations may be made with any of the couples. A registration fee of $3 per couple will be required to cover the cost of the evening. "What is True Love?", a pre- sentation of key ideas meant to end confusion and self-doubt, was discussed Feb. 21 by, the Rev. John German. A young married couple, the V a n d e r B o s h e s, discussed practical problems in adjustment to mar- ried life at the second lecture, "Combination for Happiness," Feb. 28. The March 7 lecture by D~r. ~ > and Mrs. Buckingham will in- :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::;:::~:: c]ude comments on modern at- titudes on sex and courtship. Concluding the conference lec- to the ~ ::~: :,:::::::::.:~ :.>~,:.:.:.: + : tures will be the talk on "Mar- riage -- Fact and Fancy," in-~ vo, lving a discussion of the pros and cons of inter-faith mar- riages, on March 14. Forty Hours St. Patrick, McHenry~Third Sunday of Lent. , St. Patrick, Rockford--Third Sun,lay of Lent. you ldw PURE PORK WREX, Channel 13, Rockford Saturday, March 4 10:15 Encore Theater "Double Indemni- ty" A-II 11:50 Tha Late Show "The Crowd Roars" A-I Sunday, March 5 9:00 THE HOUR OF ST. FRANCIS 10:15 SACREO HEART TIME 11:00 MGM Star Theater "Tarzan and the Huntress" A-II Tuesday, March 7 11:30 The Late Show "Secret of Dr. Kil- dare" A-II Wednesday, March $ 11:30 The Late Show "The Detective" A-I Friday, Marach t0 11:00 MGM Star Theater "Streets of Laredo" A-II 12:40 The Late Show "Untamed Breed" A-II WKOW, Channel 27, Madison Saturday, Mirch 4 3:00 Western Playhouse "Black Earl" A-II 10:00 Fanfare "While the City Sleeps" B Sunday, March S 10:00 The Sunday Movie "Exile" B 1:00 Fanfare "While The City Sleeps" B Monday, March 6 10:30 THE CHRISTOPHERS 10:25 The Late Show "The Chamion" B Tuesday, March 7 I 10:25 The Late Show "And SO They Were Married" A-I Wednesday, March $ 10:25 The Late Show "I Was a Prisoner on Devil's Island" A-II Thursday, Merch 9 10:25 The Late Show "Command Decision" A-I Friday, March 10 10:25 The Late Show "Men of Boy's Town" A-I WMTJ, Channel 33, Madison 5:00 BISHOP SHEEN WTVO, Channel 39, Rockford Saturday, March 4 10:00 Big Movie "The Maverick Queen" A-I 11:30 Nitecap Theater "Phantom from Space" A-I Sunday, Merch 5 10:30 Feature Theater "Mr Deeds Goes to Town" A-II Tierney's Sway Food Open Nites---Sundby Ample Parking Centrella Brand Groceries 1119 N. Washington Ave. TR 9-3050 Botovio, III. 364 Division--Eigln Dial SHerwood 1-1400 OP AL CO.- Dubuque la. 608 Main St. Clinton, la.--222 6th ve. S. Rockford---105 North Main St. Dispensing Glosses Prescribed by Dr. H. Coren~Optometrist Rockford--Rockford Plaza Dispensing Glasses Prescribed by Dr. H. Portoll---Optometrist Aurora---6 N." Broadway DispBnsing Glasses Prescribed by Dr. Win. Lindley---OptomBtrist Dixon--110 East First St. iDispensing Glosses Prescribed by Dr. B. Rubin---Optometrist Sterling--21 W. 3rd St. Dispensing Glosses Prescribed by Dr. R. Cobb, Dr. N. L. St. Germoin----Optometrists Elgin--121 S. Grove Dispensing Glosses Prescribed by Dr. H. Mall~Optometrlst Top Family Enjoyment? THURS. 7 P.M. WREX.TV Channel 13 "Just Across ]rom World Famed Blackhawk Statue" (1 Mile North of U. $. Hwy. 64 on Ill. Hwy. 2) SACRED HEART Military Academy Boys, grade~ 5-8. Conducted by the Bro~ers of Holy Cro~s. Trains boy~ to bec~me t r u Christian gentlemen Well - balanced Progr sm Solid foundstlon Ln the fun- damentalskills. Individusl attention *mall c I t $ e r guidance, creative skill~ en- couraged. Sl~Ottt, f0otball, basketbaH, ba~tball, hiking, toboeaanige. Dormilori~, 40 miles from Milwaukee. Write for illustrated folder / Brother Dominic Eider, . j C.S.C Headmaster, Box 1095 743 W. Main. St. Watertown, Wisconsin HOURS OF SERVING Daily 11:30 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. (Closed Mondays SMORGASBORD SERVED WED. & THURS. For Banquet Party or 'Meeting Resekvations Phone: ORegon 2.6761 -- John Maxon, Owner -- MEMBER AAA AND DUNCAN HINES -- Dairy Products 423 LOCUST ST STERLING SULLIVAN'S Men'g and Boys' Wear Sterling, III. O/]icial Boy Scout Store STERLING HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. Roofing ~ Siding Insulation ~ Points 2704 Locust St Sterling, III. MA 5-0625 Get the Best . . , Ask for CHAMPAGNE VELVET TWIN CITY PRODUCE CO. Sterling Phone MA 6-0184 aOMI salast ceMea~v 1823 Locust St Sterling WOODSTOCK ,2u PHIPPS D,pt Better Store Quality Merchondise at Sensible Prices Plenty of FREE Parking BATAVIA DONAHUE FURNITURE "Where your House Becomes A Home" ~19 E. Colhoun WOODSTOCK~FE 8.1086 Patronize Our Advertisers MIHM Funeral Home MICHAEL G. M]HM Phone 32 Amboy, Ill. NEW ECONOMY BOTTLE NO DEPOSIT, NO RETURN Blue Ribbon Distributors, Rockford- Dixon John Knobel & Son Freeport, Ill IS THE SECRET! !, e HELP HIM TO REACH HIS GOAL In our Divine Word Seminaries in India, PEI;ppines and Japan, we have e numbor of students preparing for the priesthood. MANY ARE VERY POOR ~nd na~l finen- clal help fo continue thoir studies. ' TIAR OFF Dear Father= Enclosed find $ for sponsoring n student to the priest)~od for weeks. O MAIL TO FRIZOL and BECKMAN AUTO PARTS 141 N. 4th St.--DeKolb POTTERS CLEANING ond DYEING Rug Cleoning expertly done Phone 3-8341 ond 3-835,1 DIXON Alexander-Lumber C0. All Buildin9 Suppliea Paint, Hardware and RiIid Frame Gorogee. CRYSTAL LAKE McHENRY, ILL 4|9-1050 EV, 5-1424 E. I/V. Schmeling Sons, Inc. ,1031 School Street, Rockford Lumber-Millwork-FueI-Point