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g ROCK FALLS--Mrs. Ambrose Hermes, new national chair- man of the Committee on Rural Life for the National Council of Catholic Women, has received nationwide recognition for her initiative in organizing a campagn of letters which were a major factor in the passage of the food stamp plan amendment to PAGE 6 THE OBSERVER P.L. 480. The purpose of the food stamp plan is to utilize farm surpluses for the relief of needy people in the United States. Another outstanding pro!octI SrPa~ikoed ~YaM[:~oHo~rmThlSh OrP-/Universities of Illinois and Iowa sulted in they sale of nearly 500!Bef re her marriage, Mrs. Rural Life prayer books in the Hermes lived in Chicago for ten diocese where she has beenIyears where she ran a secretari-1 chairman of the DCCW Rural/al bureau. [ Life committee smce 1958. I As new national chairman oil 1960 Woman of the YearIthe Committee on Rural Lifei N t~ ,i ~amed Woman of the Year she attended a meeting of na- IO3 ~at~o~y ~:rn~el2C~rsa~. i~:rUmnCl~ltional chairmen of the NCCW inl ,' " Washington D.C this week. was lauded for 'her vision and] ' [ accomplishments in furthering[~---~1 the cause of the National Cath-[ ~[TI]VI||~| B./~i.j-~[ olic Rural Life conference." [.~ I.Lt~U.U.~ .L ~JLt y~[ r M . and Mrs, Hermes live on[ 1 . i 1 [ a farm near Rock Falls and ~-~[ .~-~.lo'o1tlEll|111 [ have five children. The eldest, l ~ "l'~tlU'LL"[ Thad, is at home; Joe, 20, is a[ ALONQUIN--The annual card/ junior at Loras college, Du-[party, sponsored by the St.] buque; Mary Louise, 19, is a[Margaret Mary Altar and Ros-[ sophomore at Clarke college, Du-[ary society will be held in East-[ buque; Agnes, 15, attends New-Iv i e w gymnasium Thursday,[ man Central high school, and]April 13, at 8 p.m. [ Maureen, 11, is a pupal at St. An-[ Mrs/Gerard Spence and Mrs.] drew SChOOl. [David Stone are chairmen of~ Walton Native /the event. Assisting in the sale/ A native of Walton Mrs / f tickets, planning refresh- [ Hermes graduated fromSt:[merits, door prizes and table[ Mary high school in Sterling prizes are Mmes. Albert Sven-[ . ,~iter a ousmess course she" at-" 'nip"sen,Frank ~"~,~"^" o'""/r'J'"/ A PRESIDENTIAL WELCOME--President John F. Kennedy is shown here greetm" g members I C~uatr~t'~ P~r' u ~,~ ~/ of the board of directors of the National Council of Catholic Women in the Cabinet room of the tenaea summer sesslons a~ me ~t -.~, ,~ ~,~, ~ic.~ruI .~ Wolke A d a m Lovrenchick [ whke House. The 25-member board was in Washington for its annual meeting and paid a James' Condon John Helfert'| courtesy call on the President at the close of its sessions. Mrs. Edward G Sliney of Elgin di- ~-~,r~w,r~ ~,~1-~,~. iJ a m e s Geldernick :William[ rector of the Chicago province which Includes all the dioceses in Illinois, is shown at the' far J[J[(FlLqJl k.~lb~lbf:Jl- Donegan Joseph 'Flanagan [ right. (RNS Photo) .4 "r~ Chester Zanck, Richard Miloch',[ flit ~g}g~1~IEm iGeorge Gauer, Daryl Ovyn, An-]HOrn~ .~,D~t ~r,~ ~.A ~m~ thony Piner, Anton Pokorny,] AURORA--Sister Mary Loret- George Willecke and Paul Hei- to, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. deman. S Free [Schedule i FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 19611 STERLING DEANERY I John Cornelius Hayes, Dean of the law school of Loyola uni- Guildn.t.mns versity, Chicago, and president of the National Council of Cath- olic Men, will speak on "The Meaning of the Lay Apostolate" at Wele,hone an open meeting of the Sterling Deanery Council of Catholic JL JL UI-L Women Thursday, April 20, at 8 p.m. in St. Anne parish hall, Bridge Party willDix n'actTheas host.Roy" Myles F. Callahan, pastor of St. Anne parish, ROCKFORD--The Young Ma- Professor Hayes, a magna cut trons guild of the Catholic laude graduate[will preside at the business sos- Women's league will hold its :::::::::::::::::::::: of Georgetown sloP. Reports by deanery corn- annual telephone bridge party ~!i~!i!!i!~i!~i~!~}!~ university, re-mittee chairmen will serve to Wednesday evening, April 12, in iiiiiiiiii~ ceived a juris/define the purpose of the corn- the homes of 21 members. Pro- ii::ii!ii::i~~ doctor dcgree]mittees and describe projects up- coeds will be used for the bone- i~i::ii~ from Loyola and dertaken by the deanery during ~~~!~:~:i: joined the facul-]the ast ear fit of St. Elizabeth Social *i:i:: i:i: . P Y cen- ~~ ty in 1938. He is] Various committee displays ter. Mrs. Jerome Manderfield is~~a past pres)dentlwil1 be set up, further explain~ general chairman, assisted by ~i::]~ ~ the t~mcago[ing tbe role of the DCCW. AI~ Mmes. Albert Coletta, Raymond ~i~'archdmcesaa~-un-lcath lic women of the deanery, Hakala, Don Klarner and Roc- ~on o~ .n, .lYlwhich includes Stephenson, Car- co Fiordelisi. Professor Hayes~ame s cmueSlroll and Jo Davies counties, are o~ tile archdiocesan unlon's ex- ile tosses will be Mmes. Rob- " and a .memberlinvited to attend. ert Custer, Don Leber, Richard ecutive committee. A veteran ofI McHENRY DEANERY IZimmer, R o b e r t Greenblatt, World War II, he is widelyi The McHenry deanery of the IThomas Highland, Hakala, Rich- known for his work in the con-[Diocesan Council of Catholic lard R'eynolds, L e n Scynee-trol of obscene publications, iWomen will hold its open meet- ]border, Klarner, Walter Johnf A special invitation to the ing at St. Margaret Mary [son, Robert Roman, Robert meeting is being extended to the church, Algonquin, at 7:45 p.m. ]Pfluger, Ray Graceffa, C. Hen- husbands of Council women and Tuesday, April 25. The Rev. Ray- ]nelly, Thomas McNeany a n d to all Knights of Columbus. A mend Eipers, pastor, will be host IMark Conboy. drawing for food certificates and for the meeting, and Mrs. Albert I Also entertaining in t h e i r a complete report of parish par- Wipper, of Spring Grove, dean- ]homes will be Mmes. Charles ticipation in the Newman Stu-lery president, will preside. I Fiduccia, Der ald Howell, James dent center project by Mrs. JohnI [Means, Karl Fricke, and Rich- Burke, Newman co-ordinator is ~ . ~ q -~ lard Leber. :also scheduled. Mrs. Edwardl/~.~ .filp/'~$ 1,) ] Co-hostesses will be Mmcs. Hoyle is president of the Ster-] STERLING~The Rev James I John Schlickman, Maurice De-ling deanery. I-~," f Mar P I mur~e, pastor o St. y olo, FREEPORT DEANERY ]will talk about his work at the A vocation play by the chil-]Dixon State school, at a meet- dren of St. Vincent Children's ing of the Altar and Rosary so- Michael J. McEnroe, will be I home, Freeport, will be present- ciety of Sacred Heart parish honored a~ a reception Sunday ~ n~|~-] !-~ "~,~,~tF [ ed at the Freeport Diocesan Thursday, April 13, at 6 p.m. April 9, celebrating her silver *L~u~u t~ ,~-~t I By Nellie Hughes [ Council of Catholic Women in the parish hall jubilee. The reception will be ROCKFORD Members of thel War may be the arena where l meeting Sunday, April 9, in St.I The meeting will be preceded held from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Junior guild of the Catholic/the men are separated from thel ~ Mary hall, East Dubuque The]by a potluck supper in charge Sacred Heart school hall f o r Woman's league will m e e t]b Ys, but all it takes to do the Rev. John T. Tuchlinsky is host]of Mrs. Marie Bogott and Mrs. relatives family friends a n d Thursdav Anril 13 at 7 *, m /same service for the fair sex is [,pastor, and members of the James Blomberg Also on the members' of the Madonna high at the home" *~of Mrs.' Charlese" E /a bargain' counter-- "scramble[Cr wa' rea~ing' an. were. bacK- sisters" of St. Elizabeth" 's Social" P,:~.~nl'a "~[~t,~n ,-~" Altar and Rosary socmty," of program will" be Mrs.-Paul" Lees, ilelCl~ stars In melr prime =~L~xZt~ 1JLblLJLIII school class of 1935. Martin. Following a report]table,'' as they're called now. ] ' lcenter. Mrs. John M. Ward is[ ~ which Mrs. R o g e r Tranel is]Jr Sacred Heart parish home Tbe female he lsn t o ~ even noucea one m our par m h r resident will be hostessesn heel chmrman who will Sister Loretto attended Sacred from the nominating committee[ w " ' t ugh[ -[ c a ge of arrangements to[LOVES PARK Members of P "," [a d sc ",' enou h to ~ve and rece v ~sn prmsts clrcmatmg through r h role of Home and Heart school and was graduated Miss Penny Sweaney, cosmeti-[ g g" i e ail[.h [pick up ummage, and her corn-]St. Bridget Home and School Miss Irene Doll of Lena, presi-]explain t e a t e moo out wnemer ne was n from Madonna high school in clan, will give a demonstration. ]the pulling, tu,ging, elbowing, I, [mittee includes Mmes. Paul[association will meet Wednes- dent of the Freeport deanery, School associatio s. 1935. She entered the Nazareth The meeting is open to guestsltr mping and shoving inherent[[~er~ mr oargams: or to g,veIWaller, Robert Roman, Jerome[day, April 12, at 7:30 p.m. at -- e ast sacraments in c a s e D Motherhouse of the Sisters of and prospective members, in a real bang-up sale just 'sn't] " . . I owney, Donald Klarner, and]the parish hall. Mrs. Pratt of ~l~l~B~l~ip~ St. Joseph, Concordia, Kas the -- [a full-grown female. ]mmgs ~.ecame too,tough I orlEdward Sreenan. [the Loves Park library staff ~ ~L=,~k~LJD~L~ . . . . some Ialn~ near~ea o a r g a 1 n same year. After studying mu- Ho~r, lf,~| ]:~,~,!- I The calendar says I'm a worn-I, . - "~ [ Mrs. Donald Hunt is makingIwill speak. Recognition a n d[ Lt~tz ~,~IL Punter I floP t Know ~y the oster~ Mrs Charl sic at Marymount college, Sa- ~" [havian, andr a mature one My be-. [ contused" ' ' expressmn'- on" nis' ~ace [ Jr p is arran; in for r es Beffa,[ awards will be given to basket-l| lina, Kas she taught for 15 ELGIN--The Senior auxiliary[ o at sales, however, ~sl . 'l ', g g acks to dis-[ball players, cheerleaders and[| ~ C I"A ~kfet, e,/. m not so sure ne ~new ) 1 1 h] i~1~ ~IL~I~ It./ ~r ~1~ years in Kansas and for five of St. Joseph hospital is spon-!strictly braids and braces. [ . ; [pay cot "ng; and Mrs. Rich-]the coach, Bill Burns. [11 B~ggest mob scene naturally ard Martin will handle the sale years in New Mexico. For the soring an afternoon and eve-[ The last sale I attended wasJ ' '/ ",1| was around the women s sports of soft drmks past two years she has been Ping card party Friday, Aprilla big annual affair held at the[ ' -[ " - [~ ~im, [| i ~l~i i ~ ~lt~ ~l~ir~lr wear table w h e r e sweaters Any articles not sold Fmday teaching in Chicago. 21 in St Joseph school hall Coliseum complete with free ' / " ' /hrlJ/Kl, lllfil li i i ii i K iHUi ii li She has two brothers, Ralph Mrs. Mildred Richardson and[busses. There was lots of verti-I:e:: slashed.to ribbons, price-]wril! be held over and sol~ Sat-['~`''-''v''- " ".11 LVU UMIkl iI VI#I and Edwin of Aurora, and a Mrs. Ralph Hoar are co~chair-[cal space, but not much hori-] ,~ s .~ ts were o e.~n g i oa:. i l IJ 11 . I1 11 I " II s~ster, Jeanette, of Dwyer, Ind. men of the party, lzontal room. IPracucaay g~ven away. I muna/ /I T Iu Ill rllrllnni rI - - i Ai [me a skirt, but I quailed at the/"made to sell for " ete /I /[UXI~I ikllO~/~ I|| /~I IU! I!~1 II F/ sles were jam pacKe l, aria - queue by the cash register I ' " L I ROCKFnRr~ [every other shopper seemed tel " / Actually, I'vecometolookatl] lin~ i i iilillI I11 ~.IILIRV L ~ pu~ z~ each. ~l~ was me wrong these ta s " " ' [be accompanied by phalanxes]o~ ~. ~ / g with ]aundmed eyes [inl A UlllUnl; Ill i'~ I]of pre-schoolers. I don't mind| *Sto;is "'oT'course know all|Last time I let that little red]l I/I$11qVill/J Ill a.L-- I/I V/g/Y' .g/ FF IL ./l 'r I/stepping on other w o m e n It . ' . lpencil fast falk me was during[II/I U U r ---- i h ,aoou, ,ema,es sa,es psycno,ogy a shoe sal I n U [n - . . /,--~,~ ~ ma it s up to cnem to uemnu/.~ - ~ . 't ~- came note wlm/I I11 I w*th eact~ purchase o] a . [i~t ;~:',~|]themselves. But I dislike tram-/Tneyfin w that i~ something isithree pairs and before I could/I ~L .J .T.i'] -4 ~ I|1 Con/irmation or Communion ~ ~x~ I "~lin- thr r "'~- I a real turkey at $5.98 it will go [ w,~ar +h,~ ;h; /I ~ . 4 ~ I[I n ~1 n i I OutJitBoys'-Girls' ~~ ~ II'P:riodi al( =the' 'microphonellikeah tcake-ifs meb dyputs[col blers'" I[I Kouna KoDIn ,See our new--complete line o~ Spring'~~~[~ ,lwould blare out news of the lat-]aan~ea ~c~lrkinth;~.~g.h :~eh~5cghg[and sharpened all women's]l ' ROCKFORD'S O tGINAL" Ill . ~ ~ . . ~ . t shoes to fine point ( SWISS JEWELE C]othes-- ~Iany Sale ,terns. ry~.~ /estlostchfld. This seemedkmd[.~robabl ex'qains ho" sum-[ " /I" swiss JEWELE Iltl A L-- /q-- - --I I ' I[of unfair to all the scrambling -~'-o-le can ~ll refri-er-'or-,~1 The same thing happened with[| 115N C,c, IJ jF U[t[ ,arnlvQI o,i p~ p e ge a~ ~ m a sal " --" llll! Eli I f IIAI~ ~'~.:' '~ ~ .]women. Do you queue up to pay Eskimo n [ e coat. It was a real good,l|, ill / s a a sewing macnlnes enuine 1 / I Nil 11111 lnllV ///WL: :t~' I for that bargain and let junior to nudist col"ni^s']g,god plated, lolapalooz- ~/I ,u -~ Ill Ill I~1 Ill er ,t g $i: ~ I sweat it out up there in the Lost v = I of a buy--but three months i~~!eP om,~ II a n II I INFANTSTOPRE-TEENS---CHUBBIE$ ~ l andFound?Ordoyoufightyour Study in Semantics ilater hemlines dropped with a ~~tniovrnent, [I il~iqillllll~l]l r r / ! Rockford Plead EX ?-1714 U" r/,way through the mob to retrmve Accordmg to Retail Trade Bu-ldull thud. (Ever worn a high- [I Open Evenings Till 9 1 i the child, and then enter the reau ruling, an item marked[water coat over a low-water THURS, [I a,i ~ / ~ I~ hsts' all over~ag' .am9 And if' you "regularly $.5 98" was last of-idress9) 7 P.M. 11 ~eals:er for ~.osn rnzes ~i~:.~:~:~:;~:~:~:~:~::~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~::~:~:~;~:~::;:~;:~:~: ::~;~:~:~:~::~:~::~:~:~:~;:;~:~:~:~:~:~a:~.:::~:~ii!}~i dOmre.Will that bargam still be sale-typefered at thatmerchandisePrme If :tst h e]USt]r e [breakfastAl ng w~thbaconCandY,i think Packs'I'll giveand i ~~.-~~}~i~~~ WREX-TV ii1[I - ev~,u:e*r~4L~linM: :~ $17~,~ ~;i ~ "~r ~:~i:i Baekfteld Stars can be some beatmg around the tp sales from now on Now that'- .[I " ::::::: " ~ q~nonnel I| i; * ~ ~ !iill lour attorney Normally, you don't see many s e m a n t iF bush by saying, l a real way to save money! iK~~ J We Serwce What IF e Sell About Your Will 13 II ne dr w Dest Yatlte8 Atwa s ~:::i . 1- -- ' r re,pons,ble Executor: this bank. Out I : COMPLETE STOCKS /- iiiTrust Officers will be glad to talk wilh I & Oliveri . Liqueurs /I i il you and your attorney about our trust [ fUNERAL HOME ** J57,II L Purchase Program ilil service, and the special ways it may be [ Two Chavels Beer and Ale [i r of value to *- a to. m, I la~,~, Over 40 Different Imported ~ ~IL~~ li for r vervone. " :' I DIAL we 4.6332 Beers and Wines U l e il ' "/ I 707 Marchesano CENTRAL PARK I illilBN I; II . Pagel's Rental Purchase Plan FIRST NATIONAL BANK !, 7 D R I V t" ' STO.t liillli,I, fl . Pagel's FHA New Home Plan !ilii} 401 EAST STATE ST ROCKFORD 1" """" tt I, t- [I Pagel s Work Credit Plan !!i MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP, " ~l~OY~l~l:r rv,F ^^" Tame the Sun" Almost Anyone Can Buy a Home Rock l t " ' New Homes and Apartments iili!i /ords 0 des Bank Scientific Coating for Office, School II ^ L,-- ::: I~IU I TT V .~-e]ll'l'~7 INfOW /"kV~ll IC]L)II~ !i!i! FREE PARKING SPACE and D.sp W.n o . 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L ~?,l~;.~Jl~L ~tl~i~ ~ "~l[;~kl~l~i ======================= : All Withdrowals Paid promptly Foce to Face Teller Service i~1~r{I ~ .% ROCKFORD'S ORIGINAL SWISS JEWELER ,Q ACCORDION-- GUITAR BAND & ORCH[~TRA INSTRUNENT~ Our Trial Plan Allows you to try your child ond instru'ment before you invest. ~[ INSTRUMENT LOANED ~J GUZZARDO SCHOOL of MUSIC AND STORE 128 Albert Avenue 1 Block No, of W. State at 1900 BELVlDERE -- 109~2 N. STATE LI 4-3847 COLLINS Y. SUNDBERG ~innebago County Coroner THE SUNDBERG Conveniently Located to S~rve Catholic Families in All Parishes 215 Hall St. WO 2-7743 Open 8 A.M. Daily Open Mon. & Fri. Till 7 p.m. Postage Poid Both Woys , 114 N. CHURCH ST.---ROCKFORD--WO 8-2477 The Thriftiest, Most Beautiful Food Stores In The Rockford Diocese Locations: I LOVES PARK * ROCHELLE ROCKFORD STERLING ELGIN DIXON AURORA WOODSTOCK MORRIS CRYSTAL LAKE FREEPORT DEKALB ST. CHARLES OREGON * ROUND LAKE CARPENTERSVILLE f ~f I