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Sunday, April 15, 1945 THE OBSERYER Mrs. Lucy Domino New Chief Ranger Of St. Anthony Court Rockford--St. Anthony court No. 674, Women's Catholic Order of Foresters, at a recent election of officers, named Mrs. Lucy Domino as chief ranger. The Rev. Dominic Szymanski was re-elected chaplain of the organization. Other officers chosen were: Mrs. Anna Bowler, vice chief ranger; Miss Antonette Segalla, financial secretary; Mrs. Catherine Vitale Ryan, recording secretary, and Miss Catherine Ri- gotti, treasurer. Miss Carmella Spoto was elected program avid publicity chairman; Mrs. Ernestine Provosi and Miss :Mary Misuraca, auditors; Mrs. Hihna Solazzi, Mrs. Mary Cavataio, and Mrs. Gaetana Dandone, trus- tees; Mrs. Josephine Guerrera, se- nior conductor, Mrs. Teresa Schmeltzer, junior conductor; Mrs. Josephine Beatty, outside sentinel; Mrs. Julia LaRosa, inside sentinel;: Mrs. Lena Pernicciaro, friendship committee; Mrs. Mary Paris, court musician, and Dr. E. T. Leonard, medical examiner. Court historians are Mrs. Lucy Domino, Mrs. Min- nie Marelli, Mrs. Carolyn Allen and Mrs. Catherine Rigotti. PIGGLY Complete FOOD Center Free Parking Lots For the Convenience of Our Customers 315 N. Church 6th & Charles 1045 W. State 5448 H. 2nd St. FIREPROOF STORAGE 715 S. Main Street ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS Arrange Clothing Drive In Diocese Catholic participation in the as Campaign Manager and a com- ,othing Drive is under the aus- mittee df the .following: Roy. pices of War Relief Services Na- James McGuire of Freeport; Rcv. tional Catholic Welfare Conference. John W. Vaughan, Elgin; Rev. The clothing drive in the Diocese Michael Shanahan, Woodstock; of Rockford i's well under way in Rev. John Dolan, Aurora; Rev. the various parishes. Heading this Ra:vmond Gordon, Rockford, and drive is Rev. Francis P. McNall___ ___ y Rev. Leo Ambre, Sterlilg._[ BelvEdere C. D. Of A. decrating fund for the St. James parish hall. Play April 13-14 m lllmVjll jj el m PfiUl05 AI5 Belvidere.--The Catholic Daugh- ters of America are presenting a three-act comedy, "Those Phinney Girls," on Friday and Saturday evenings, April 13-14, in the newly- decorated St. James parish hall. The action of the play centers around the household of the Phin- ney sisters, three spinsters whose personal eccentricities provide ex- citement for the staid New Eng- land community of Rixbury. Mrs. J. J. Van Dyke is directing the group. The entire proceeds of the play are to be donated to*the 2 HOUR SERVICE A1 ROCKFORD STUDIO WORK RECEIVED BY MAIL RETURNED SAME DAY FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE! OPEN MONDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 9 P. M. MONDAY STORE HOURS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE 12 NOON TO 9 P.M. Other Days 9:30 a.m. to S :30 p.m.--Saturdays 6 p.m. OWENS, INCa WORTHAMS CHAS. V. WEISE CO. HESS BROS. , BLOCK & KUHL ROCKFORD ILLINOIS St. James All-School Program May 11 Rockford.--May 11 has been set as the date for the annual Saint James all-school program to be held in the auditorium of Muldoon high school. The feature of the program will be a one-act mystery-comedy en- titled "Danger at the Door," in which members of the graduating class will take part. Musical and dancing specialties will be offered by pupils of the lower grades. The FOR DELICIOUS FOOD & DRINKS Served in Pleasant Surroupdigs VISIT The Swedish Village Swedfah Home Cooked Meele .55 To $1.75 T. BONE STEAKS $1.25$1.75 Closed All Day Sunday 610 S. 7th St. Rockford Hews Section  Page  performance will be open to the public. Age Of Six Sharing Pew Totals 482 Years Antigonish, N. S., April 9--(NC) --Occupying a single pew in the parish church at Port Hood, N. S., are four women and two men whose combined ages total 482 years. The youngest is 75 and the oldest is 86 years of age. 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