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PAGE i4 THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, MARCH 24. 1961 (Advertisement) (Advertisement) (Adve ~sement) L STORY OF HOLY ;' USU L Beh,ncl Fc'm'I'SOCIETY it ~' ~ 11~, . ~, Jmt ,I t --'' "" -~' '- im' - "--~ ,01' C,tholl, i 150C E OUNCES UN n o of ~ife i~rance po!icy plans, there is no finae like th, ,::722 =,zv, ::.:: ,=:= 0, oo, ,o ,oo, lrrsttrnallsm divisionjseems to concentrate i life in ura, e m s n ~ ! O:nP=V~in[ihelp ~oi:em~.~!~[neg:liYt :i~,Usg:!!;~e::d'f: lion or to get started on one. i: R : ooo . OUR PRESIDENT ,)mbines Hu ;band, ecipes for Easter Sunday ] iiiii: i( . ' t 'reach, age 217 The Holy Family Society has members who belong ,o man~/ re,r; somewhere in the sun t child: ~aenY 2:mb:r~ :enldloUS Your Society |s in its 47th J Hid ~Imh;Idl~AIN DIi'A~aJI~; i A. When a child reaches age different national backgrounds. For ihose who are Irish or Croa-t fTh~l':a?~dde r::nge of ]~enyt Ph:ii:ie: fore favorite and yearthree Ofyears,OperatiOn.we haveIn them alaStd e ,[11~ ~|l||~ll~|l l|l~l~l[tll ! his insurance, under.t e lion, here are familiar recipes. For those who are not, we think[ . . deserving child which he may great advances in obtaining il i family policy expires but be you will find these amply rewarding on Easter Sunday T?- nO~n~ry nLeinft, o,~i-~ie~/use to pa~ fore college educe- new members in our Society. ! may then obtain from the Life a d,P -, I lion " (, V ddin .ftlRight now we are Illinois' fast- The Holy Family Society is pleased to announce the Society, a new policy for any Horse Radish Salad the Society assures the futur]~ or ~pp~yet: s~S~ ~iem selfgiglaI eat-growing Catholic Fratern~ opening for enrollment of an entirely new type of lifeinam u;tlf~ ~::0yu:~ :?th0~e No. 1 [~:l?doS~a[t at once to cream W:mlf:rr eta?de sle?ersl:Ypo :sible business or profession. ~ ]Society. il insurance policy, Society without evidence of 1 pk. lime jello I " non-profit rates: Aria m course, annulmentI We have out~rown our quar- ' " ." " " " v in~vw~ th~ insurability. Even if he then 1 nk lemon iello Cream Sugar and sbortening ! Elsewhere in this report is a [ policies are an local way ~o, tars twice since inaugurating Called the Family Life Plan, this pohc h~ hpart trouble near *- " " Adrl ga t eg~s and the curt oi story about an un Isual new life I make sure that your own re-our Health and Accident plans. entire family under one low-cost flexible pO|lCy or any other disease he ma 1~2 cups hot water lukewarm milk Add flour and policy called the "Family Life I twement years are really gold- This reflects the great n e d o ,-~~ nevertheless get a new po~- 2 tables nuns lemon juio yeast mixture. Mix thoroughly. I Plafi:' which insures the whole leo." They ca.n be : arranged to and desire for Catholic insur- Let's ~aKe an average uarn i P [ knead}the dou h in the bowl * family unoer one nexiole con- pay you a regular income ~ve[y olic family, for example, and Th~ t, hne ware always relIlalll$ cy. 21h cups crushed pineapple~;or on nga flouredg board until tract, month so that you may travel,people.ante designedwe haveeSpeciallYthereforef r oUrbe. ! ~teth:~r :;alln~:: dn::~dned to !~"~:::':he children's protection, Q" oD r ~:anthvealT:~7 have cash l cup mlinut--whlpped ,STe~Ot~,Pla::dml~ogr~?edisC~V~ peT?n, al n?tuTtattner~vha~e,y~r ~u[:U~r:ObbieSsasndgeT:Yn~i~ come a major force of aid and comfort to Catholic families I ~every new baby is automatical- . v . ,~ ~ Mix above ingredients all to- hour Punch the dough d'own, Society now stands ready to! worries when sickness or accidents ~ne ramuy ~He unit pro-~ly inrured when 15 days old at ~" ze~, tnr p~,cy u~ nat : " - I with exact} the ri ht kind Regar~.~ or your ~uTure strike. .n~-- -~ '~ ----~,- ~:f~ -r~tec ' *:. 7 ,- - *- cash or loan values on the gather. Let stand and congeal m the center and let raise again help Y g . ~.~ ~o,~ wt~t~t~ ~ . p ~ -'.no aOUlTlonal cos[. Eacn CnllU for another 30 minutes Then We know that the plans we tion on the husband's life. is covered after the first birth- whole life portion. Also paid- some. . . . . :~. ~ ~-I'-" :--:.:- up insurance values and e~ pu~ on noureo cmtn (covereo~ offer are the finest available ~noulo ne ole aCCloeman ' re- i ~av wim .~l,uvu lerm insurance ~ - - '*' - andlet loosen 15 minutes more t s, renoec~ ~nsurance values ~o fore age 65, this. amoun i to'age 21 Or to his father's 65th - " ' " " " thin -- " asanywherethe Catholicand alSOpublicknOWbecomesthat automatically douMed to $10,-i birthday, if earlier. If his father These values, inc.rease each 2 tablespoons horse radish~ou . educated to this fact and to the year Tne poncy ~s gept m 000 without extra cost. idles before this date, the insur- FILLING advantages of belonging to a Should his wife die before he!once is automatically marked force. 1 cup chopped nut meats li reaches age 65, $1,000 add}- PAID IN FULL up to this date. Q. Suppose I want to stop pay- 1 cup miracle whip salad tional term protection is auto- At age 21 or at the father's ing premiums when I reach dressing, matically added to the policy age 65, the child may convert to age 65. Can I? ~ lb. cottage cheese / without extra cost. Should the husband become totally and i~ permanently disabled and un- able to work before he reaches i i age 60. the Holy Family Soci- ety will pay all further premi- :, urns from then on and the fam- !~ fly remains protected Of course, cash values build up every year the~ policy remains continuously in force. Now, let's see about protec- tion fqr the wife of our typical family. She has from $775 to $2,200 term insurance on her life depending upon the differ- ence between her age and her husband's age. This remains in lorce until her husband be- comes 65. If the husband dies before his age 65, the Holy Fam- ily Society pays up her insurance for her to the time he would have been age 65. At this time also the wife may convert her term insurance to any other form of Life or Endowment in- surance issued by the Society without taking a medical exam and regardless of her health. an.',' form of Life or Endowment insurance issued by the Society in any amount from $1,000 to: $5,000 regardless of his health or occupation. Thus each child ahvays remains insured. Here are some typical ques- tions and answers to help you understand the new Family Life Policy. Q. If additional children are born, may they be added to the policy? A. Yes. Each child born or ,adopted after the policy is placed in force is automatic- ally insured after he is 15 days old with no increase in premium. Q. What are the premiums for the policy ar.d how long are A, A. Yes. You may select one of these non-forfeiture options: " (1) Surrender the policy for cash; (2) Have policy en- dorsed as paid-up insurance; (3) Have policy continue in force as extended insurance. If the above seems bard to understand, remember that r e a 11 y effective insurance must take every possible fu- ture event into account and must be drawn up by insur- ance expert~ with years of experience. If you are inter- ested in such protection but not sure how it would work in your particular case, your nearest Holy Family Society office will be more than hap- py to explain more hilly and they payable? answer all questions. There's T no obligation for this service, ne premiums ~or tnls pol- . " . I oz course. icy vary according to theI age of the husband at theI To learn, more about the time the policy is issued. Family Life Plan, simply check When the husband reaches the box af the bottom of Page age 65, the premium is re- 16 of this duced and the reduced pre- instrucied, section and mail as teaspoons salt Mix together and add to No. 1 mixture. Put in fiat dish and let stand until stiff Put on let- tuce leaf before serving .with cherry on top of each serving This salad may be made a day before use. About 15 serv- ings. POTICA 2 oz. Baker's yeast 1 cup lukewarm water 1 cup sugar s,i cup shortening 2 tsp. salt 2 1~. walnut meats (ground) 1 cup graham cracker crumbs ~ cup butter--melted 2 egg yolks--beaten 2 egg whites--stiffly, beaten lb. bleached raisins ( ground ) 1% cups scalded milk I cup warm honey or 2 cups sugar 2 tap. vanilla 1 tsp. cinnamon Mix walnuts and crumbs with hot honey or sugar. (Add re J- sins--optional). Add scalded milk, butter and bealen egg yolks. Add vanilla and cinna- mon, then stiffly beaten egg whiles. Mix thoroughly. Spread mixtures over entire dough. / / The Official Emblem of Holy Family Society Convention Founds Priest Scholarships All officers and delegates of the Holy Family Society at- tended Solemn High Mass at St. Stephan's Church in Chicago on August 21, 1960, to celebrate the beginning of the ]6th regu- tar convention of our Society. Officially the convention began on Monday, August 22, 1960, at 9 a.m. in the St. Stephan's Hall, Chicago. The first official eel: of the convention was a proposal of Catholic Action. A resdlution was passed to start a Holy Family Society scholarship for priests. A scholarship will be given an- nually for the purpose of educating needy young men for the priesthood. The scholarships will be given so one man from each diocese in Illinois will receive aid for his education for the priesthood. Catholic fraternal order, the growth of our Society will be ever increasing. The 1960 growth of our So- ciety made history. Many are responsible for its success. None will deny who it was that primarily made it successful--- IT WAS YOU, the members and friends of the Holy Family Society, We" are about to repeat and enlarge upon that growth in 1961. Your Society, through many dedicated men and women operating unselfishly on :your behalf, is now in the proc- 'ass of telling all Catholics liv- ing in Illinois about the benefits of our insurance and of Cath- olic fraternalism. Please remember--only Illi- nois Catholics are eligible for the many special benefits which are offered exclusively by the H o ly Family Society of the U.S.A. Fraternally yours, President IOSEPH JAMES gOCICEVAB -- Secretary, Business Manager. ! AT THE CHICAGO Branch Office: (from left) Alyce Johnson, Nonie Boywid, Sophie Lump, gay Horten. NANCY OWEN--4'Imd et the Policy Dept. POLICY DEPARTMENT: (from left) June Kuglich, Frances Senflner. Marie Freis, Nancy Owen. PREMIUM DEPARTMENT: (from left) Gen'y Super. Sharon Wilhelmi, Carol Sthnac, Pat Kennedy. Mary Ann Connor. CLAIM UNDERWRITING DEFr: O ice Manager Rob- ert Kochevar and Mmie Freis. BOO][I[ ,P G DEPARTMENT:. (from le t) Mtmreen McGucldn, Josephine ludnic. MARY ANN E. CONNOR'Head el the IBM Depart- meal POLICY ISSUE DEPARTMENT: (from left) Marie Freis. Frances Senflner, June Kuglich. Nancy Owen. CLAIM ADJUSTING DEPARTMENT: (kom left) Mil. dred Podnar, Christine Slapnicar. I t II v t II ,