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Sunday, March 80, 1947 THE OBSERVER EDITION OF OUR SUNDAY VISITOR News Section--Page 3 Muldoon Studentst[ Present 'The Seven Mirrors' Rockford.- In the Coronado theatre on Sunday, March 23, stu- dents of Muldoon high school pre- sented the pageant play, "The Seven Mirrors." Advocating toler- ance and faith, it was the story of seven madonnas in the present-day world. Choral numbers with selec- tions by the Muldoon high school band were interwoven with the dramatic performances. To a peasant home in Moscow, to a prom on an American school campus, to any Catholic home, to Lourdes, to Mexico, for a walk on State and Main streets in Rock- ford and to postwar United States the scenes of the play transported the audience. Perhaps most strik- ing was the scene in Moscow where parents attempted to convince a daughter that there is no God but the Madonna of Fatima saved the child's faith. A dance performed by those who had been recalled to the true faith gave evidence of the joy and happiness ill their hearts. Elaborate costumes were enhanced by the brilliant lighting of the stage. The Madonna-of Muldoon devel- oped the idea of woman's voca- tions. Madonna of the Rosary por- trayed the blessings derived from the devotion of the Family Rosary. The Madonna of Lourdes spoke of the meaning of faith, its depth and its strength. Other parts of the performance portrayed the Madon- na of Mexico, the Madonna of the Immaculate Heart and the Madon- na of the United States. The performance came to a close with the singing of the Salve Re- gina by the chorus of madonnas and the Muldoon vested choir. Harvard VILMAIN & LARSON GROCER'." and MARKET Formerly Strains TEL. 280-2E'1 48 AYER ST. HARVARD, ILL. Gas, Oil Gasoline m Oils m Kerosene SHIELD'S SERVICE STATION TANK TRUCK SERVICE Tires  Batteries  Accessories i THE FAIR DEPARTMENT STORE Tel. 363-R Harvard St. Charles i ST. 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Rockford, St. James Pro- Cathedral, Mass of the Pre-Sanctified, 8:15 a.m. Saturday, April 5--Rockford, St. James Pro-Cathedral, Ordi- nation of the Reverend Mr. Ryan to the Priesthood, 9 a.m. Sunday, April 6--Easter Sunday. Rockford, St. James Pro- Cathedral, Solemn Pontifical Mass, 10:30 a.m. Sunday, April 13--Dundee, Saint Catherine's Church, Con- firmation, 4 p.m. Tuesday, April 15--Rockford, Muldoon High School, Clergy Conference, 11 a.m. Sunday, April 20--Rockford, St. Edward's Church, Con- firmation, 4 p.m. Tuesday, April 22--West Brooklyn, Saint Mary's Church, Confirmation, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, April 27--Rockford, St. James Pro-Cathedral, Boy Scout Sunday, 3 p.m. Rockford, St. Anthony's Holy Name Society Dinner, 6:30 p.m. Sunday, May 4--Aurora, St. Nicholas Church, Confrmation, 9:45 a.m. Aurora, St. Therese Church, Confirmttion, 4 p.m. Monday, May 5--Rockford, Faust Hotel, Catholic Woman's League Dinner Meeting, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 6--Dixon, Saint Anne's Church, Confirmation, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, May ll--Rockford, St. Anthony's Church, Con- firmation, 4 p.m. Thursday, May 15--Dixon, Saint Patrick's Church, Con- firmation, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, May 18--Huntley, Saint Mary's Church, Confirma- tion, 3 p.m. Tuesday, May 20mRockford, St. Anthony Hospital, Nurses' Graduation, 8 p.m. Sunday, May 25--Pentecost. Rockford, St. James Pro-Cathe- dral, Pontifical Mass, 10:30 a.m. Freeport, St. Joseph Church, St. Francis Hospital Nurses Graduation, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 29--Aurora, St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital Nurses Graduation. Friday, May 30--Rockford, Saint Mary's Cemetery, Mass, 10:30 a.m. Sunday, June 1--Rockford, Muldoon High School, Gradu- ation Exercises, 3:30 p.m. Monday, June 2--Woodstock, St. Mary's High School, Gradu- ation Exercises, 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 3--Rockford, St. Thomas High School Gradu- ation Exercises, 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 4--St. Charles Mt. St. Mary's Academy, Graduation Exercises, 2:30 p.m. Aurora, Madonna High School, Graduation Exercises, 8 p.m. Thursday, June 5--Rockford, St. James Pro-Cathedral, Ordination of Augustinian Fathers, Servite Father, 10 a.m. Friday, June 6F'reeport, Aquin High School, Graduation Exercises, 8 p.m. Sunday, June 8mMcHenry, St. Patrick's Church, Dedication of Altars. Monday, June 9---Elgin, St. Laurence' Church, St. Edward's High Schpol Graduation, 8 p.m. June ll-21--Crystal Lake, St. Mary's Minor Seminary, Priests' Retreats. Madonna Alumnae To Sponsor 'April Showers' Dance April 11 Aurora-- Madonna alumnae as- sociation will hold the annual "April Showers" dance on Friday evening, April 11, at the school auditorium. Dancing will be from 9 to 12 o'clock to the music of Roy Gordon's orchestra of Joliet. Mrs. Andrew V. Dunlop, general chairman, will be assisted by Miss Kathy Scherer, Delores Scherer Lucille Lakeman, Barbara Philips, Margery McKay, Barbara Flor- ence, Martha J. Orso, Mrs. Charles Gleaney and Mrs. Richard Rowe decorations; Mrs. Paul Rohr and Mrs. Ralph Wilson. tickets; and Mrs. Francis Rudigier, refresh- ments. Tickets may be procured from any of the committee or at the door. All Madonna alumnae are invited to enjoy the "April Show- ers" dance on April 11. St. Edward's Men Plan Easter Party Rockford--Members of the Holy Name society of St. Edward's parish will sponsor an Easter paty on Thursday evening, April 10, at St. Thomas Coliseum. Pro- ceeds from the party will estab- lish a fund to purchase a new organ for the parish church. OfficelWs of the Holy Name so- ciety are in charge. Refreshments will be served by the ladies of the parish. All members and friends of St. Edward's parish are invited to attend the Easter party on April 10. Honor Students Noted At Muldoon Rockford.--The following girls received first honors for the past six weeks : Seniors: Vivian Cagnoni, Eliza- beth Driscoll, Donna Finn, Irene Franchini, Ruth Gustafson, Mary Joanne Lietz, Mary Lou Matteson, Jean McSweeney, Shirley Nally, Martha Nevin, Jane O'Leary, Jean Seaberg, Ann Soroka, Josie Jane Varisco, Donna Wright. Juniors: Antoinette Cwynar, Laura Marinelli, Mary Ann Triolo Patricia Whelihan. Sophomores: Janet Bohrer, Pa- tricia Cleary, Sally Conley, Char- lotte Eytalis, Joanne Holzworth Margaret Dliefoth, Mary Sue La- linski, Natalie Roethz, Mary Jane Solon, Joanne Uzabel. Freshmen: Mary Askey, Kay Anderson, Bonnie Barr, Rosemary Blotz, Louise Colusso, Barbara Cole, Carol Caynor, Donna De- Montigny, Josephine Gallina, Frances Giamolva, Jean Harmer, Kathryn Lawson, Carol McKelli- gStt, Therese Murphy, Joan Sachs, Frances Scarpitta, Barbara Thom- as, Mary Jane Verona. Scout Pins And Badges Given To Thirty-Nine Girls Roekford.--Girl Scout pins and badges were given to 39 girls in a recent investiture ceremony and court Of awards held at St. Eliza- beth's Social Center in Rockford. After the ceremony, Miss Theo. Van De Mark presented the Junior Red Cross puppet, "Poco" in a pro- gram enthusiastically received by the Girl Socuts and their leaders. Mrs. Fern Colloton, troop chair- man, is assisted by Mrs. Louise Gandolfo and Miss Frances Pro- venzono. 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