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Page T:O Elgin Hospital Now Member of &apos;Plan For Care' Group ]lgitl,--During te past week St. Joseph's h0spltal became a aelfi. bet of the Plan for Hospital Care: group. This means that St. JO- seph's will now provide all the setvicas of the plan without extra cost. 'PheSe services include 21 days of hospital cai'e, th addition to bed and board, use of the oper- ating room. anesthesia, necessary X-ray and laboratory srevices, meci- fcations and dressings, and mater-: nity care after the first year Of mmbership. THE OBSEVE .... r E lgi T ..... "ity ,'1 News of Au ora, n and Vicin MARMION DAY THEY WITNESSED CORONATION OF PIUS XI| D iI'RV IPoles' Food Blessed llllMfll ( On Holy Saturday SET FOR APR, 16 AT |i II nv||,tftll, In towns of POland on Holy Sat- M R fll W U U U / ;dta;e t:h f:: P:: t;k;lt ::: l,e=re; Invite Parents and Students to Be Elgin Foresters Plan Attrora--Cadete of Matlozt Will participate tn a Marion day pro- gram on the school campus next Sunday, April 16. All organiza- tions affiliated with the school are sponsoring the event. The military spectacle at a i'e- treat parade and formal guard mount which has been . highlight of youth citizenship day programs will be performed. Arranged principally as a visiting r day for prOspective adetS and their parents, Sunday's program will be. a preliilinary for another "Youth Day" in contlection with gradtmfion in June. Members of the Mothers and Dads clubs are handling all ar- :rangemehts for the day. An open house program will be conducted by the Mothers and the Dads will be in charge of refreshflaent. Jubilee D; n n e -The two focal courts, St. Joseph, 245. and Elgin, 137, Catholi order of Foresters, have named commit- tc0s to arrange for a joint diamond jilbile dinner to be hld in St. Joseph hall, next Sunday evening, April 16, at 6 o'clock. The banquet will be a fitting lOs to a Sticcessful membership (]alhlsailh conducted throughout the national and international court.. It Will als0 sm've as a fitting mark of esteem honoring Thomas H. Canon, high chief ranger of the organization, who re- cently celebrated his 75th birth- day and 48 years as an executive 0ffiCor of the order. This year marks the 56th anniversary of the inception of the order. Fodor Jewelry Store [ l-xpert Jewelry, Watch [ and Clock Repairiaf I At tes0fl&bl rleeJ d$ MAIN ST AURORA. FLL Ht$ Eminence George Cardinal Mundele, Archbishop of Chicbg0, is shown with Students tbm Rosary College, River Forest, IlL, Junior Year ieorelrd Study Branch, Institute de Hautee, Villa des Fougeres, Fribourg, Switzerland, photographed lrl Rome, at C0Uegi0 S. Maria del Lago. where they stopped en route to the coronation of Plus XtL Left to fight, top row: M. Everhart, San Francisco; Elizabeth Con- $1dtne, Phldelphla$ Wihffred Breard, Mohroe, IA.; Joan Sltoffel, Chicago; Mary Morrell, Grand Rapids; Alice 8eXton Chioago; Camille O'Donneil, Chicago; Mary Skemp, La Crosse; Lorraine Mulholland, Chi- cago; Theodore Brenner, ChiCago; Joyce Cavenaugh, Chicago; Elaine Hanley, Chicago; Marie Machade. Morristawn, N. J.; Mary K. Garfity, Chicago; Laurette O'Donnell, Chicago. Seated: Jean Sherlock, Chi- , afro; Mary Morrow, Bttalo, and Helen McAuly, Chicago. (N.C.W.C.) Ma{mion cadets under the spon- sorship of the MOthers and Dads clubs Will hold a dancing party on Saturday- evening, May 6, for students, alumni and parents. Hans f0r the dance were completed at a jdnit meeting ot the cllbs In the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Duffy, Batavia. Albert J'. LaFleur and Mrs. Peter P. Hankes were named co-halt, men for the party, with Mrs. Alois Riese selected a] chairgaan of cards which will be playhd for the e0nvenielce of parents. Music will be rovlded by Warren BaKeFs or. ehestra, Jerusalem -Really - Two Towns In Onei ,terusalem has been described by the} NatiOnal eOgraphical Z0CI0ty in Washillston, D. C., as being "really two towns in one." "The fixed core of the Old Members of the Duds club have CIty, ' the Society says. "is sur- completed plans for their jolht rounded by a c0nstaitly e:tpafldlng meet lng -ith th0 ChicagO_ chapter ri of tli.e New/' .... _ ...... .- A,  .   Saturday evening, May 13. at the HARMON home of State Representative J, G. tRyan, 1530 East Eighty-third street. A speci.l bus for meinber# of the local club will leave Marmion at 5:30 o'clock that day, The annual junior-senior banquet will be hela in Marhiion gyhina- stUni Saturday evening, April 1. at (I o'clock, Tll junior class will act as hosts to the seniors who are to" graduate from the cadet corps in June. ..... -- ............. r 111 ....... I P. F. SCHUSTER J Plumbing -- Heating [ 320 Rural treet k[".P"0". ' ' " 2ur*r2'.!J. : ...... ,, -, , - , Marian Players To Sponsor Dance llgtn, -- The Marian Players of St, Mary' clturh Will sponsor a spring dance on Wednesday even- ilg, April 19. This dance is one in a series ot programs given by the group for the benefit Of the parish. "lhe party Will be in the form of a record dance and is the second ot this type given by the Players. The Rev. B. E. Beddoes, spiritual director of the society, has ap- pointed the following as members of the committes: Leo Bach and Phyllis G0ggih, publicity; Dorothy Smith and Letzm'a Heath, tickets; Elleh Roche and Margaret Go,gin, ]music; Charmayne Cleary and Wil- ilium O'connor, priisee; Marguerite !PanS0nby and Pat Wallensack, re- freshments; Robert Flood, William Young, Donald Gregor, Ger a 1 d Heath, Gladys Young, Eileen Cun- ningham and Frances Miller, hall. Elgin Youth Club To Dance April 14 Elgin.--Final plans have been made for the spring dance to be held under the auspices of the Catholic Youth society tomorrow (Friday) evening in St. Laurence hall The S:ing Kings orchestra will furnish the music. Tickets may be obtained from any member of the committee. Miss Mary Lueck is general chairman, assisted by Mrs. FraUk Westerlnan and the following mere- t bers of her committee: Williaml Ludwig, Jack Sensor and Marcella l Lehman. Other Committee mem- bers are Charles Schumacher, Ag- nes Heibeisen, Merle Howensteim Dorothy Wolff and Henry Engel- brecht, tickets; Robert Ludwig, Louise Lehman, Lois Kerman, Rob- Benedictines Officiate At Services Aurora. -- The liturgical eelebra. tion of Good Friday was wll at- tended at Marywood. Nearly 400 persons filled the church of the An- nuncistion at a few minutes to 12 to assist at the climax Of all Len- ten devotions. The functions on the last three days of Holy Week i Were celebrated with all the corn- I pleteness and solemliity they enjoy in collegiate and seminary chapels. the celebrant being assisted by two other priests acting as deacon and sub-deacon; but the services ou Good FHday were marked by the greatest oiemnity. The entire Benedictine faculty of Marmion military academy assisted i the sanctuary. The congregation re- sponded with alacrity In the chant-! ing Of the "ReproacheS" and the "VeXllla Regis." Several membei's of the teaching and hospital Sister- hoods of Aurora were present. Promptly at 3 p. m. the service ended. Much of the tedithu of the l long three hours was relieved by! the lucid explanation of the entire liturgy given by the Roy. David Duestng, O.S.B. During the Novena services last Friday the past0t- of Annunciati0n church read a letter of petitions for the .NoVena received recently: front a lady in Baliaghadereen, County Sli$o, Ireland, and in com- ment he asked other novenites to be ZealOUs in the spreading of knowledge Of the nbveni as was the indiVidtml Who had sent a copy of Novena Notes to Etre. The crowds attending the Perpetual Novena at Marywood are on the increase now, after the winter slump, which caused the attend- ance to dwindle to i,400. The Marywood Players club will meet this Thursday evening in An- nunciation school at 8 o'clock. Laura Linden and her committee will be in charge of the entertain- ment. Aurora CDA to Have Annual April Ball ................. mnm Ask for... MeHENRY BEER . ,Oob aINOE 1 AA A McHENRY Automobiles Gasoline, Oil PETRIE'S 8RVIOE STATION Bruntwick Tires and Amco Batleriet I St. Joseph Mercy Hospital AURORA, It-LINOIS Aft =ieeredlted SCHOOl of durs- "April 13, 1939 Market HARRY OSTRANDER GENERAL MEFCHANOIE FARM MACHINERY Phone 38--1 Aurora chapter of the Marmion Mothers cltb will hold its spring card party at Marmi0h ms hall tomorrow (Friday), April 14. Ar- rangements have beea made for door and t,ble prizes. The com- h n . Dairy Harms-Karr, Inc. lee Cream and Butter Co, Pasteurized Guernsey Milk. Phone 43 Seed .. ,e, ,,d Gar.. LAZIER SEED COMPANY Growers of GENUINE PFISTEI HYBRID EED CORN Phone 334 Rochelle COLUMBIA OFFICE SUPPLY C0. School 8ur.nllet and EqUipment Mimeograph Supplies COMPLETE OFFICE OUTFITTERS Main t. Phone 8248 Aurora St. Cecelia WCOF Installs Officers ert Knox, John Ferron and George Hamilton, decorations; and Beat- rice Meagher, Nellie Mac Andrin- ga, Catherine Milroney, C'l'a'r'e Whiting and James Westerman. programs. Aurora--The annual April ball sponsored by Court 406, Catholic Daughters of America, will be held Saturday evening, April 29, at the Women's club. Reservations are Schwerman Chevrolet Sales Paul H. 8ehwermar General Repairin$ SHELL Oak and Ol Phone 277 Corner U. S. 12 and I,LINOIS 20 Grocery lambs made of sugar, together with other foods such as eggs, cakes, meats and salt, to be eaten over the holidays. *"## # $# GODFREY STUDIO wEoo, .O.TRAITe " OUR 81bECIALTY Phoflil 111 h0tographs of Quality and Dlstlnotan 30 Fox el. AURORA _ _. ....... i " _: S-'" ' - "" - " "  '" -- ........ " Sandwich mmmmml / Funeral Home SUTHERLAND'S FUNERAL HOME --Ambulance Service-- LICENSED LADY ASSISTANT Phone 339 ,vvvvv wvvvvvvwvvvvvvv McCORNA'6K '01L CO, j Distributors -- TEXACO Petroleum Products Statl0ns Located At GENEVA BATAVIA ST. CHARLES -- 300 West Main 215 East Main " " [ Ill II I -I I I Royal Blue Store list. Charles Best Quality Prices Phofle 168 CHAS. GIBBS Ice W. I Prker & Son ""--'--,Mmucr, Fuel ST, C,ARLES COAL  ,C CO Not Inc. Phone St. Charles 57 M c H E N R Y a Ooe: ,,th .,...e aod Great Western Tracks L U M B E R C O COAI ICE AND WOOD Weight -- Quality -- Service Lumber, Miliwork and Fuel = ' Pbone .e.r. , Funeral Service ice Cream Russel C. Norris MORTICIAN McHenry Ice Cream "ersonal Attention" Sedan Ambulance Phone 51 "'Cram of Creams ......... ---. -   . ?<-', - '-; Lumber ""';:;;;;:;":;'";";; M.A. Joshel & Bros. Coal, Feed and Grain Phones: St, Charles 444 - 445 (I , I i Dairy ,,,, Cre,,, Lumber . Ice Cream. Cheese. Teiephone 67 "'Quality Goods" Phone 775 P.S. NICHOL 17 North LUMBER COMPANY Third CENO/A.ILL 'ards Near C. & N. W. Depot  nume "'o - -nts ' "- ' ' Plumbing iarammt em.rials P L. WAGNER WOLT MONUMENT Silent Automatic Oil Burners COMPANY mOB FIREMAN STOKERS GENEVA. ILLINOIS Office 54912 Phones -- Res. 152 E Main St. Opposite Fargo Theatre "VVVvvVVVVVVVVVV. ing conducted by the Sisters Of now being made at the Knights of ...... #':'%"%'%%%%%%%%%%%%' .... Mercy. GIOCERI(=g MEATS mittee on arrangements will serve Aurora--Officers of St. Cecelta Columbus club house and with [iII]i'iE]EIIi'II'iI//IIIIIIIIr Four years High School requlrea, v r v Y r  :',:   r refreshments and provide enter- court Of the Womati% Catholld or- Ci " tainfiient, der of Foresters were installed at Aurora Fran scan members of the committees. ................ 00"0000"'00Roehelle The RV. Father--Joseph, 0.S.B.. a meeting held last Tuesday eVe-hind in St. NiCholas hall. Members Taken by D eatS" willThe dance, to he semi-formal,be open to all members of the: E L B URN .... ................ director of the Sodality at Mar- of St. Stephana and St. Margaret Aurora Funeral services for the court and the Knights of Columbus I LIIHTOLEfi mien, recently conducted a panel Mary. eour of this city and St. late Sister M. Godoleva, a men- and their friends, discussi0n on the aims and pur- Clara cOurt of McHenry were ber of the Franciscan Sisters of the Mrs. Miles B. Gavigan ts general ' ' ' ' " ,, Lighting Fixtures ---- .  poses ot the National Organization guests, RefreShmentS were served. Sacred Heart, were held last Thurs- chairman, with Miss Doris Eberly $oal Lily Lake Phone 166-J-2 ffardware TINNINGsTOVES Over 10 o, DIsblayl y for DeCent Literatui-e. Menibers Of .... day from the chapel of St, Charles assisting as co-chairman. Their Elburn Phone t AUTOMATIC OIL BURNERS AL MAY ELECTRIC Bafler t.e faculty and senior and lunlor In 1932 not a single American hospital, The Rev. N. J. Thiry, aides are Mrs. VernOn Evans, ELBURN CO-OPERATIVE lnsta,ation and Service cadets were speakers for the 0c- railroad ordered a neW locomotive chaplain, officiated. Burial took music chairman; Mmes. Ed. Free- OMiANY ELBURN HARDWARE P.o 4m  FOX sT Maxson's Bakery casion, bttllL ,lace In St. Joseph's cemetery, man and O. J. Stratz, decorations; .......................... " ' ......... - ................. " GRAIN. LUMIf=R, COAL. FEED PLUMBING and HEATING CO. "Wire May That AI M i Wt", The Finest of Bakery Gds ..................................... , , , , ,, Mrs James FitZgerald, ticketS, as- BUILDING MATEFIIAL PAINTS. OIL and GLASS -"'- " ' slsted by Mines. Lora Wagher, Washlhg Machihea and Fe.clng F.A. GOETZ Prop. Phone 35-J E:hibit A [Just One of Many] tbt,,ItenrYHagerty,Keating' James Slaves, Ar-j. L. Conn. RusSell ' " .... - Kemoiners. Barnabas Sears, A.E. Dairy Products Hatchery Ward, E. H. Reade)" and J. P. .,u== .,'k^r"-" ,, , 9AJver':s:n - I' Y Ia. oS Bartsch, and the Misses Frances ELBURN MODERN DAIRY THE ELBURN HATCHERY Haslem, Sally Komes, Marlon Ber- PURtNA CHOWS Phone 3251 thold, Dorothy Flock, Violet Sehra- Pasteurized Milk a.d Cream ALL KINDS OF POULTRY " EQUIPMENT met and Adeline Ralcewlch. 8ePvics PhoflS 31111 uality ELBURN QUALITY CHICKS OUR THANKS TO AURORA READERS .............. i, ....... . .... , .......... i,..,- ....... St. Rita's Society Plans Party, Sale Funeral Dfrectors Implements Office Phone 2351 Res. Phone 3581 Telepho,S Aurora 9L4.9. Aurora. -- Mrs. r. C. Gregory, With Mrs. Charles Grass assisting, CONLEY & SHARP . F. HOUTZ r SON entertained the members of St. at- McCORMICK-DEERING FARM WARD & JONES FURNITURE CO, ta's Altar and Rosary soclety at 364'- PHONE- 3S" MACHINESC0mplete Salesand IMPLEMENTSand Service her home at i{s regular business "' '" " '  , " F U R N I T U R E, R U G  meeting. -Plans were made to hold a card party and food sale Thurs- S a I e a FORD Service nsurance STOVES AND CROCKERY day, April 27, at 2 p. m., in St. Jo- seph Mercy hospital auditorium. G, R. JOHNSON CO., Inc. C.L. M O R R I S 62-64 Broadway - Aurora, IlL All ganle8 will be played. TRACTORS FARM EQUIPMENT General Agency The party is being ;Iven to raise CITIES SERVICE STATION funds tO purchase dishes and st1- 'h0ne 351 Phons Elburn 2471 EYe8 EXAMINED GLASSES PITTED verware for use at Bt. Rlta's parish DR. O, J. STRATZ, Optometrist functions. Mrs. Elmer Almond was appoint- General Mdse. Market STRATZ OPTICAL SHOP March 24, 1939 ed general chalrma., with Mrs. Paramount Theatre Building Aurora Herman Tasks as chairman Of .the W.E. MORRIS FRED SCHWARZ food Sale. Gr0eeries.. Frulta., Vegetable FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS " ' Paints . Oils . Paint Brushes FRUITS and VEG:TABLES The Observer, Labor Union Paper oR, GOOOS PhoIte 22"' elidES CANNED GOODS Phone 161 reepOrt, ill. Lauds Plus XI As .... .... , .............. ..... ..... ,., Defender of Worker ----'----- ------------='------ Gentlemen: Chicago. --Editorial tribute to the late Pope PiusXi, whois ELGIN AURORA termed "a valiant defender of the I am writing in regard to our ad that rights of workingmen everywhere," has been appearing In your paper. We is published in today's issue of The The firms that appear In this directory, or have display ad In otl$r wish to let you know that the ad has BUtcher Workman, newspaper of The flr that apptai- in this 61rector, or bate display ads in othez the Amalgamated Meat Cutters ctlons cf your Observer, consistently rePresent the bt in thei teCti0z of your Observer, consistently represent the befit in their been suocessful Many people have come and Butcher Workmen, A. F. of L. bUSiness and professiolL They are doing their part to deserve your business and profession. They are doing their part to 6esarvt your * trada by supportlnr yolr 0aper Yau can do Pour hare Dy 0atroalz L13t0 1;he store, saying they did so "De- afliate.. ,, , trade by lmpporting 70ur paper, You can dO your share by patroni ing them and mentioning The Observer CII, LtSO e seeing our ad In the Observer. Inlf them and mentl0ntng The Observer. Make This a Habit--Register Attention to Observer Ads. L aspl'. aaptta[ Make Yhls s HabR--Register Attention to Observer Ads. We appreciate thte very mucl and thought ELGIN. ILLINOIS 'A ,:ase 1 Good Judgment" Automobiles Grcer|es we would let you know that we are pleased, AnCnOucteOAecreditedb%' Franc,#nFehool of Nursin%e|ste'$ ''-- - " 'E Jewelers Affiliated with Da PaUl Univeraltv Jewelers Optometr|sts AddPtss: V A L L E Y C.W. Marshall Co. Sincerely, O,re,r,es., ur,,, Rovelstad Bros. CHEVROLET CO. Groceries . Bakery Market ER USED CARS We A#precate Yo., Patronage eDeLWEISS Dis'raiu'rzlxO co. EIgin'a Reliable Jewelers 8tl 8 RIVER AT HOLBROOK aT. 6 DFliveries D=il] Di=l 461 A, E Warc t s8 Water t. Photos 2031 Since 1883 IS3 ] Chicago St "-=: ........ =: : ...... =- ..... "--"- ......... = ; : .... =- WARD AND J018 JIITURE CO. o.aed ,, AURORA BODY SHOP Y PAINT CO. FRAME AND AXLE SERVICE A, F. Lolmann ,b COIlapany AEW-HT- g//rh/fc/ural OOdt&or |000  O!(! J l Istrlbutors--MoofS Palm Product, Fender e,d Body Repairing CEMETERY MEMORIAL8 . 5.J j J WATER FAST WALL L'APER Palntlflg Upholttslng TOpe 74g Se, Liflceln Avenue a.e... - tect#eaa lmer ,hllts J . Thomaon Dpp. Sprina Ldke Cemetery Ent. [ GI,AR9 ' 'rERI' SI,i'I'I,IEF PHONE 5313 60 River St. OfflOe 727---Ph0hSlR|i. NIN ii N. Spring St, Phone 3540 Hurfal Yaults )fffce Supplies Drugs Paints John FL Armbrueter & Co. Greettn, Card, .. Oames a.d 'oy, Thiers Drug Store RITScHARD PAINT STORE "AMERICAN MONARCH" VaUlt Fountain Pens . Dennison Goods itb Sdf4eali, Couef BOOKS AND 81(H, ES C, 1, Th!sL P..Ph, Dlstrlbut0rs for PARTY GOOD8 " TUNG OIL PAINT8 WatSr and Vermia Proof Sulldl.* MstSriels PARAMOUNT STATIONERS *The Prescription Store" O'BRIEN'$ THERMOLYzED Phofle 2.101 723 S. LeSalle St Phone 939 24 Fox gtreet ELGIII ,LL'NOS il DUNDEI AVINU 0 Douglts Ave. Phofls Elgin 62 Fish Pafnts.Wallpaper 1 Plumbing Wholesale For 23 yaare our FISh] %urHef Coa| & l-omber Co. . = .. h=ve bee, k,ow, a=l IEI MARTIN F. RUNGE ,.....a,, '." ', I J" D. RICE & SON ,.or ,..oot.d, M.,NG AND .EATING Flna LIquorl, Wine And It(titled Beer t Msrefl0o Union Hsetlanl 16 Dundee Avellue 8.i0 it. Rlvar St. OTIltlYt Prc'rua FRAMING AMD Watt 80fteflers al:;INO cRim spl. Perk =lgi, aar,i.S. verything for the Motorist Gst wster Heaters etokSrs Open 7130 S. m,,12 p. m, /L-Ill O{ 1 flntlth ftv#r Rtp.e! t "elturtlllft aervlee elltieflel  PHONIF: Ifl177 - gtlTS 1540 Phone 4#7 ........    .... 0