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FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1961 :: i!i!iiiiiiii!iiiiii": +: ii ENTERTAIN FOREIGN STUDENTS---CFM Group No. I of Immaculate Conception parish in Fulton recently entertained a group of foreign students from the Savanna Ordnance depot as part of an effort to promote international understanding. Each family had two of the young men to dinner in their homes and spent the day with them. In the evening the whole group met in the rectory for a lunch andsocial session. Present were (1. to r.) seated; Mrs. Gerald Cossman Mrs. Richard Woods, Mrs. George Rentschler, Mrs. Donald Bly, Mrs. Robert Jones, Mrs. Joseph Keegan and Mrs. Collins Newman. Standing (front): Lt. Yon, Korea; Capt. Thongard, Thailand; Lt. Lon, China; Lt. Lee Tea Yoon, Korea; Lt. Lee, Korea; Capt. Slamet, Indonesia; Capt. Sjar- bini, Indonesia; and Lt. Mimminanta, Thailand. Standing (rear) Robert Jones, Capt. Yon, Korea, THE OBSERVER April 21-22 -- Rummage sale in St. Charles hospital audi- torium from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. April 21 and 8 a.m. until 12 p.m. April 22 -- Sponsored by Nurses Alumnae. April 21 and 22 -- Rummag~ sale in Simard hall f r o m 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m. until 3 p.m Saturday -- Sponsored by St. Anne society of Sacred Heart church April 26 -- Card party and style show at 7:45 p.m. in gym on Butterfield campus of Mar- mion -- Sponsored by Marm- ion Mothers club. April 27 -- Card party at Madonna high school -- Spou- sored by Blessed Virgin sodal- ity of St. Therese church. May 2 '-- Card party a n d bake sale at 1:30 and 7:30 p.m in St. Nicholas church hall--- Sponsored by Society of S t. Anne. May 3-- Card party and style show at 8 p.m. in KC hall--- May 17 --- Card party at 8 p.m. in all-purpose room of St. Thomas school -- Sponsored by Women's Catholic Order of Foresters, St. Thomas the Apostle Court. DE KALB April 29 --"Carousel Ca- pers," spring card party al 1:30 p.m. in Farm Bureau building -- Sponsored by St. Mary Hos- pital auxiliary. DUNDEE May 13 -- Siena Ball at Elm- hurst Country club with din- ner at 7 p.m. -- Sponsored by Home and School association of St. Catherine parish. ELGIN April 21 -- Card party at 1:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. in St. Joseph school hall -- Sponsor- ed by St. Joseph hospital Sen- ior auxiliary. April 30- Bake sale after all Masses at St. Mary church -- Sponsored by Home and Gerald Cossman, George RentscMer, Collins Newman, Richard Woods and the Rev. EdwardSponsored by Catholic Daugh McDonald. (Photo by Don Bly) tars of America, Court Aurora. = -- -- ----------- --------- May 6 -- Spring dance from 11 9 p.m. until 1 a.m at Mont- Freeport Partsh gomery V.F.W. hall ~- Span ~ sored by Men's club of St. Pe- Plaits All.Day itar parishBATAVIA June Festiva l I/"'" April 27- Fashion show dessert and card party at 7:30 p.m. in Holy Cross school aud- FREEPORT ;anAn:2n; festl" v ' ' g P Y i ~ [itorium -- Sponsored by Cath- Thomas Aquinas parishioners to/ ~'~O~K~$ I~ ~ V olic Daughters of America, be given Sunday June 11 fromJ -p! ~. 1 ~ ~ ~ iCourt Holy Cross. 1 to 9 p.m. Activities will take/ /l e Vll2 yaro ~ I1~ . I BELVIDERE ,~' ~ommumty ! April 28 and 29 -- Rummage place on the church grounds, I Chest Agency sale -- Sponsored by Altar and unde~ two large tents, and in l 1Daughters of America of S t ~s ~ne sun grows warmeriextended by you, the house james parish me nau. wife, over the years in keep ,-, . land the days longer, neighbor- I " " -l CARPENTERSVILLE rroceeds of the res~ivm wiu : noods assume a "look OI actw-ling the stores supplied with' April 30 -- Card and bunco be towards the parish facilities : " all at 7 m in new hall : Ilty.' Housewives are on thel hundredsof articles of party p. . --- ex~,~,s~un pru~ram ;, I move One lady was seen stack- kmas Sponsoredby St. Maraca so- ueneral cnmrmen of the event!;~, f I And so as "It H a p p e n s dality for benefit of scholar are Mr. and Mrs. Charles M.i"~g coxes on her ~ronr porcn;lEvery Spring" remember that ship fund Luecke Plans are bein~ made In the boxes were arficms o~ ~, ~ : : . - - 1 elothin- -ood wearable thin-s / usame, wearame ann aurame ul~x~rl 4~1~ l~l~l~ 1or many booths a car award g, g g , ~ . . i articles of clothing and furniture Apiil 23 -- Chicken dinner and other feature awards, din- which h e r ~amiiy nan o u ~-Iwill be nicked un by Catholic from noon until 5 p.m. at St. ,grown. As she went about these ~ ~ nor, style shows, entertainment! r I Salvage trucks to be used m Thomas church hall -- Spon- auues nor neignoor ac oss and dancing. A free baby sitting," at,Our stores for the needy, sorcd by the parish. service, with a registered nurse me stree~ ca~e~ over. wn !~~ in charge is being arranged are you doing?",I High school girls will assist. Waving back, she said, ,I m/FAMILY CLINIC ]getting these things ready forI ,x ~en~anve scneome has neon ~ -rr~- ~ ~ ~* ~ "1 the Cad~ohc Salvage Bureau. set up as follows : Dmnerwfllbe Whe ruck' n "o iek'hemI~'~1-1~'~n'l~-'~'i~ll"~ l'~//~-~f) ~-~fl~~-'~-~f)~ served continuously from 1 to 7 t 1,s gol g ~ p ~ L ~[fl~|~ ~V I~|~ ~b||l]~ .~ ; araL` ~. ot. lelUP today.' ~v~rs ~reen was ~ ' s~t~';wsTM s'~o;so~;e ~:o,;'=;;r: ;rs I new in the neighborhood and ! - = ,haaoo+hoa o t o +y th inthehallfrom4toJandTto81Ohc Sahage bureau. 0~11 a er of T WOWomen s Apparel, will be given: , p.m.; and dancing in the hall.A~swers Question from 8 to 10:30 p.m. "What do they do wilh such BY FATHER JOHN L. THOMAS, S. J. ,Z, [ ~ 7; - -l~ed Pausin-" JnI Assistant Professor of Sociology at St. Louis University nree crlu(lren s snows are bIlln~S. " Silo a~ . " ~ ] being arranged for the after-lher work, Mrs. O'Malley an-t How do you handle a wife who pouts and refuses to forgive? noon Dan Habecker's owl show, l swered, "The Catholic Salvage We're a young couple with two children. I love her and tell her so sponsored by Elks Club, will be, bureau is a store It supplies lfrequently, yet she just seems to look for things in what I do or given from 1 to 1:45; a magicthelp to needy peopte who may'say that she can interpret as hurtful to her. When this happens, show by Rollie Spongberg of not be able to buy clothes and'she goes into her little act, and though I tell her I'm sorry, she WREX-TV from 2:30 to 3:15; furniture they need and it sells !l treats me like a stranger. I'd like to discuss our problem with and a puppet show from 4 to',to people of low income who somebody, but she refuses What's back of her attitude? 4:30. cannot afford to pay the retail On the basis of the information contained in your letter, Frank, Mu~;c f~r the' dance which! prices " II couldn't attempt a definite answer to your last question. Pout- wil"l'cater to the teen-age crowd, The next question asked by ing wives like silent husbands "may have many different kinds will be furnished by A1 Baling-[ Mrs. Green was, "Where is that.of bees in their bonnets As you seem to recognize, your wife's er's orchestra, store located?" "I know I've!reaction is quite out of proportion to the particular incident or got clothing which the children word that sets it off. In fact, she appears to be on the lookout have outgrown, and I will be for some occasion to begin her act. She intends to pout, and one Freeport Sister med Superior For Hospital FREEPORT -- Sister Mar Loretta, who has been serving as sister superior at St. Vincent and St. Joseph's Homes here has been named administrator and superior for St. Francis hospital. She replaces Sister Mary Anita, who has been ill and is now recuperating at St. Mary hospital in LaSalle. Sister Anita has been the ad- ministrator and superior at the hospital since May, 1960 and celebrated her Golden Jubilee as a nun last summer. [ l The new superior, S i s t e r Loretta, has a varied experi-I e n c e in administration and teaching including 17 years as ,manager of the office at St. Charles hospital, Aurora, and 10 years in the teaching field. Succeeding Sister Loretta at St. Vincent is Sister Mary Ros- amunda who has been named acting superior for the remain- der of this school year. Sister Rosamunda has served all of her mission years in the order at St. Vincent and will celebrate her Golden jubilee in the Franciscan Order of the Sisters of the Sacred Heart this year. S{ster Mary Lea Dies Suddenly r McHENRY -- Sister Ma y your , earnings earn The largest dividends in our history . . . PLUS insured ,safety and friendly service. Lea, O.S.F 65, fir s t grade teacher at St. Mary parochial school the past seven years, died April 10 in Sacred Heart sanitarium, Milwaukee, where she was admitted April 7 fol- lowing a stroke suffered at St. Mary convent. A native of Wabena, Wis she was a member of the Fran- ciscan order. She had served happy to give it to the Salvage reason will serve about as well as another store as long as the items goI IN THIS SITUATION, you will gain nothing by being overly for charitable causes." ~concerned about the pretended cause of her difficulty You may Requiescant AURORA--PhilIip Mittman, g4, St. Nich- olas parish, April 14. Mrs. Anna Boyer, 81, Our Lady of Good Counsel parish, April 15. Karla Moe Kuk, infant, St Joseph par- ferent from their own that they're not too ~ure of themselves in the first place If the girl can make her puzzled partner feel that he is somehow or other the cause of her hurt feelings, she is in a good position to dominate the relationship In a sense, she keeps him off balance emotionally, and provided she doesn't over-play her hand, she can have her way, while pretending to be utterly dependent upon him. IS IT POSSIBLE, FRANK, that your wife is trying to use this tactic with you? How did she act during courtship? When did she start pouting during marriage? Did she always react in this way, or is this situation relatively new? Perhaps you are just becoming aware of a tactic she has used all along. HOW DO YOU DEAL WITH IT? Well, you have already dis- sh, April 13. John ~. Prieders, 7S, Annunciation par- covered that it doesn't help to deal with the symptoms. She goes sh, Aprl 12. CRYSTAL LAKE--Mrs. Emma B Ditt- on pouting or remains cool and unforgiving no matter what you man, ss, st. Thomas parish, Apri~ U. do. Obviously you're using the wrong approach. ' Henry A. Hamill, 65, St. Thomas parish, April 13. WHY DON'T YOU TRY ignoring her little act? She's using it DiXON--Martin Dunn, at, St. Patrkk because it seems to work. It keeps you uncertain, off balance, parish, April 12. ELGIN--Walter S. Rowan, 55, St. kau- and consequently dependent The next time she starts pouting rence parish, April 17. r u 1 FREEPORT--Mrs, Michael Kennedy, 76, over some pretended hurt, refuse to take her se in s y. Don't St Mary parish April 16 " ' i}ALENA--Mrs Leo I~ard 73 St Istart analyzing your past actmns to find out what you ve done Mary parish, AprU 15. ' ' tamiss. Let her stew--if there's real cause for her "hurtin' ", HARVARD--Miss Anna G. Mccarthy, . ~, St. Joseph parish, April 12.!she ~1 tea you; ~t it s a pretext, ignore or d~sm~ss ~t, but don't let ~.cHE~.RV~in J. May, S0, St. Mary her feel that you are disturbed. When she finds that her .act parlsn Aprl . I MENOMmEa--Mrs. Jut~a B .Cash- doesn't get results because the audience is no longer receptwe, man, 83, Nativity of the Blessed Virgin . ~ . . sne u qmt tne pretense. Mary parish, April 6. PROPHETSTOWN--Mrs. Maude Peska, 45, St. Catherine parish, April IS. ROCKFORD--Mrs. Grace V. Sagona, $7, St. Anthony parish, April 13. James R. Sullivan, 64, St. James par- ish, April 15. Mrs. Antonia Coletta, 7D St. Anthony parish, April 13. ST. CUARLES--Mrs. Cecilia Ann Was- singer, 58, St. Patrick parish, April 14. SANDWICH--Frank Crum, g2, St. Paul parish, April 11. WALTON--Perry Friel, 46, St. Mary par sh April 16. WOOOSTOCK--Rosa e Brady, St. Mary parish, April 10 THERE'S ANOTHER TYPE OF POUTING which is some- what easier to figure out. It represents a continuation in adult- hood of a typically childish reaction to frustration. When the wife doesn't get what she wants, she pouts--as she did when she was a child. If this tactic worked well with her parents, she may try using it again in marriage. Of course it will appear in a more adult form in marriage. She may weep, remain silent, or playthe persecuted, martyr's role until she gets her way. Hus- bands sometimes give in to this tactic because it's too much bother not to. This is a mistake. It doesn't help their wives to grow up, and it destroys all sense of partnership, since this must as a critic at Alverno college, April 12 in St. ,Joseph convent, develop through cooperation and sharing. Milwaukee, and was a kinder- Milwaukee, by the Rev. Eu- MARRIAGE IS FOR ADULTS. To pout, to remain silent, to re- garten teacher in Chicago for gone Baumhofer, pastor of St. fuse to forgive, are childish ways of dealing with adult problems 35 years. Mary church, McHenry Burial Tell your wife to grow up. 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Fully pro- tected to $10,000 by the F.S.L.I.C. SAVINSS the ~OAN ASSOCIAIIOI lOI I&till lO+)[Vll| IIIM 0~11 1-11il Auror School association. May 5 --- Dance at B 1 u el Moon ballroom from 9 p.m. un-I til 12 a.m. -- Sponsored byI POWER OF PERSUASION--Mrs. Jacoby (Eleanor Logman) uses her charm on Mr. Asano Mothers club of S t. EdwarctI (John Simmons) in one of the scenes from the comedy hit "A Majority of One" which the Senior high school. I class presented at Madonna high school in Aurora last week. She is assisted in breaking down FREEPORT I the barriers of protoeoI and prejudice with sips of Sake here furnished by Donna Thayer in a April 27 -- Card party at 6] supporting role. p,m. in St. Mary hall -- Span-[,[ -~-'-~'~" - " sored by Daughters of Isabeile. l~.{l~mlOJ~ I April 23 and 25 -- Melodic ~ . "If l J,----~ " ' Journey" variety show -irresemea , Sponsored by St. Mary parish.] MORRISON ! 7 u tAt Aurora F R A C H April 29 -- Pancake and sa - sage supper from 5 p.m. untilI AURORA -- The Senior class Quality Clothes for Men and Boys 8 p m in St Mary church hall/ o " ,of Madonna high school present- ~ "~li~.J ~,l, AT'I~tl~A lrl[ -- Sponsored by Men's club Of~ed the Broadway comedy hit ou .v~ ~*. -- ~t~,+, St. Mary parish and Knights "A Majority of One," Wednes- of Columbus council 3916. dav April 12 through Sunday One Stop at Franeh's Will Dress PROPHETSTOWN April 16 in the high school audi- Yo v ~ liras Huskies April 25 =-- Card partyat torium.' ur Bo--Re.--S -- , 8 p.m. in SL Catherine hall-- The comedy centered around ~ We Specialize in Navy Blue School Pants Sponsored by fhe parish, a Jewish widow" from Brooklyn Lt Blue Shirts. All Sizes RICHMOND who, dressed in the gayest of April 29 -- Spring dance at flowered kimonos, ended up sip- 9:30 p.m. at Hunter Countryping sake with an austere gen-l~ club with music by Streamlin- tleman of Japan. t~ T~ ors -- Sponsored by Holy The two f r o m contrasting ! It" oz . Name and Altar and Rosary so- backgrounds metwhile t h e y,~ A (~'ne of Prayer Books 1 eleaes of St Joseph parish,he '" ' ~ere aboard a trans-Paci'" [ ~'lv Missals ! May 13 -- Rummage s a l e steamer enroute to Tokyo. The ~ A~ ~ Children from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in St. widow was accompanying her/ and Men and Women '~ Joseph church hall Sponsor o -- -daughter and son-in-law, who S~, Cadmlic Books ! ed by Home and School as- had been assigned to negotiate soelatlon ' ROCK FALLS a complicated trade treaty in VISIT THE { . . Japan. The matron and Japan- I Aprli 23 -- Card party at 8 ese tycoon got along famously .~ C.Pea~rv ~ook ,Qhon ( p m at St Andrew parish hall until the son in Jaw's trade ne- ~.~L,~.~L, ~l~['U~tl~[ y~l~['U ~1~[ UUUJ~UUUJ~ kflllq.J~.$kflllq.J ) =rSP;2:Oe~:d by Altar and Ro- gatiations with thet~aTe g:;ti~- 57 M~rune: TW 7-4152 t Y man snarled up " g g ~ ROCKFORD friendship ~ ~ ~ -- April 20-21--Rummage from Desnite the,barriers of proto- ~ "-- ~ 9 a.m to 6 p.m. both days at col and prejudice, "Mama" ac-,s, taa&~t I ~m~l lll/~l= ~ PTPAI/ I 1/%11PP S lVlaln ana lworgan sLree~s complished more with common ~ ~| ~a~nv H nlnl[-,I- ~ "~/I:AN I'IUUJI: - Sponsored hy Purple Knight sense and charm than the whole ! ! !- I ~ trot L~,~ t V'-- ~ ~' diplomatic mission had been FINEST DINNERS & LUNCHEONS able to do by negotiation. Eleanor Logman (Mrs. Jaco- Help yoursel] ]rom our by) portrayed the Brooklyn ma- Salad Bu]Jet Table tram who made aU human rela- tionships easy. John Simmons