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SECOND ANNUAL ANTIQUE SHOW--Planning the annual Newman Foundation Antique Show is the committee of Catholic Daughters, Court Immaculate Conception, DeKalb. The exhibit and sale is scheduled for June 9-11 at the Catholic Student center. Pictured above (I. to r.) are Frances Sarich, Helen Norris, Mary Plesa, Martha Monmenteller, Julia Sauter, Catherine Pesut, Kathleen Levine, Lillian McPherson, Mary Pesut, Anna Anderson, Rose Wagley, Eleanor Quinn, Jeanette Kensicki and Rose Crisler with the Rev, Hubert McGinn, Newman chaplain. FREEPORT -- Mrs. Tim!two diocesan conventions, villa business meeting at 9:45 will Sullivan, president of the Dip- be Mrs. Johnson's co-chairman, be followed by a series of work- AURORA --- An afternoon party at 1:30 o'clock and an evening party at 8 o'clock, plus a series of home parties will be sponsored by the Blessed Vir- gin sodality of St. Theresa church Thursday. April 27. "Spring Gardens" is the theme of the benefit, which will be held at Madonna high school. Mrs. H e n r y Stall and Mrs. John Gurbal are co-chairmen. THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1961 PLAN "BOARDWALK PROMENADE"--The Batavia court of Catholic Daughters of America is sponsoring a fashion show and card party April 27 at 7:30 p.m. in Holy Cross school, Batavia. Those working en the project are (1 to r) standing, Mmes. Mareella Piron, Helen Kielian, Mac Clark and Margaret Chew. Seated (l to r) are Mmes. Florence Riopelle, Kathreine Hawks and Marge Roessler. BATAVIA -- The annual fash- ion show and card party spon- sored by the Catholic Daughters of America, Batavia court has as its theme this year, "Boardwalk Promenade." The benefit will be held at 7:30 p.m. in Holy Cross school hall. Mrs. Florence Riopelle, chair- man, and Mrs. Katherine Hawks, co-chairman, announce that the styles will be from The Silhouette shop and that an or- gan prelude will be presented by Betty and Jerry Swalley of the Swalley Music House in Aurora. Other committee chairmen are: Mmes. Marcelle Piton, Margaret Theis, Myrella Shuler, Rene Rowan, Marge Konsbruck~ Marie Streidl, Clara Zuett~ Helen Kielion, Phylis Folto,g~" Charlene Molitor, Jennie Kielien, Dorothy Tierny, Ann Christian, Vel Bex, Mae Clark, June Peter- son, Margaret Chew, Lillian Brown, Katherine Hawks, Marge Roessler, Bud Anderson, Irene Trainer, Agnes Heine, Alice Hol- doff and Florence Riopelle, ,Agnes K. Dwyer Are Delicious Party Platters fol all occasions. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Tasty Fish Menue For Friday--Take Home Ready Ta Serve CHEESEi and TRUST COMPANY 401 EAST STATE ST ROCKFORD MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. 3131 AUBURN ST. ROCKFORD WO 3-0946 "'Rockford's Oldest Bank" FREE PARKING SPACE Exclusive Cards Purchase Program For All Occasions ]l For Everyone! Pagel,s Rental Purchase Plan 1wall's Car . Pagel,s Trade In Plan Pagel,s 10% Down Plan 128 N. Church St. R kford l[ 3k Pagel s Work Credit Plan = :' New Homes and Apartments n l os, AnyoneNow AvailableCan Buy aHome I wi!h each purc .se at Itl ~ nlSu%;titt nB;ys'L Gimrlms'Unt n ~~, il l e to Compare! See our new--complete hne of Sprmg ' t ' Clothes--Many Sale items. vt !k ill . Construction Co ii > 2 It ',NU NU SHOP ,I,w Ifl Rockford, III. , '"''"'S ,o ~ 7,7 ! ! ,I !I! Call TR 7.7804 ROekfC rHdUpBIBoI'? --HUSK/~$'""4 ~~l~'~: 2 Today I I o E Til2 - '2. l] LOVES mARK -- Miss Shirley Printer represent the league at the 50th gonquin. It will open with Bene- DUBUQUE, Iowa -- Four girls 420 North Main Street and George R Niemela io St Bridget anniversary convention of the diction at 7:45 p.m. from the diocese of Rockford Rockford I~urch, April 15. MENOMINEE -- Miss Ruth Ann Rich World Union of Catholic Worn- The Rev. Brendan McGrath, were delegates to the biennial ard and Thomas Frey in Nativity at the en's Organizations in Rome, O.S.B of St. Procopius semi- student Government congress Serviug Since 1856 Blessed Virgin Mary church, April 8.April 29 to May 5 Delegates from nary at Lyle will speak on "The held at Clarke college, April 14- MORRISON -- Miss Rita Ann Stitcher a~d Kenneth V. Imei in St Mary church, about 100 organizations repre- Eastern R i t e of the Catholic 16 They are Jo Ann Areola, MARSHALL B. WOOD ~ ~i ~!i:7~:a~r!~ " 'i - .c.c.w. nhairmen II to, am, S,hool I Io' ==. .or =n= o a r i = ' /i o. I -- --I and Dis la W d s Byzantine '- Iwere named at a meeting of the Y^II| II it, ^, .k-- a^ 2 ~-~*-u*~.7 --vii l. r~.nwTl ~i vii i. ll tv [ II II t Altar and Rosary society early , CARPENTERSVILLE -- The tin April. They are: Mrs. Peter I I! "SOLARPAQUE" I Christian Family Movement of iPetit, president" Mrs Frank Ni- "'" -- lil All~hrough your win- f~ w~.~ I " " p =l " ' ill AC'I.JDg%i T 14 ues the damaging I I St Momca church is s onsormchols organization and develop e the doma in a B zantlne Rite o 1 ment Mrs Petit rural life r I~ ii~l~ B B |IV ll~' II Y " " f Hoy Eu-I. :,~. " : " t Iii~~ioning ~ / Mrs r, awarn narat, none ann [ entfo in charier to be offered April 23 atl chool Ill I i rt I,I I fod ng / s II 11 a.m. Six priests from St Pro- "r " " U 7 li #i !% I Id nt (/ i( I ---:. " I ~vt s. dosepn ~mltn. r lrs, wn- ill ~ V U ) uupius t~ooey, lsm, wm ozterlliam Swedberg and Mrs F J U I If'*l~ I ~#m A'I~I#'~KII~ |'~ F~ Detoils Dial WO 5-2482 tihne Divine Liturgy: AI! personsIMcCabe showed slides oI'DC'CW r1ut~lr-- IL~/'~/I~INI~} I i SERVICE IN THE ROC FK ORD DIOCESE ! terestea are invited to attend r" II) - - -~ . - ) and learn more about the By-worK - SUPERMARKET NO i II '~ ~-- 7 ~ I zantine (Greek) Biteof the ' xN 1 ] '~-~ Catholic church ROCKFORD I L" q L J; WO 3-84z3 I ~ " ' " ' ~ " ~ i;ii!:i .- v,-, -~,-,-, ~. -, I] OF NORTHERN ILLINOIS -- 523 W. JEFFERSON "I've Been Putting Off My Will tar Years" he said. "Now we're in the nineteen-sixties and this is the first thing on my personal agenda. I'm seeing my attorney tomorrow." Have you, too. been delaying this impor- tant task Plan your will carefully; select a capable, experienced Executor: This True Company. May we discuss our trust serviff" with you and your attorney? L0U b ~ ROCKFORD SUPERMARKET NO. 2 1515KISHWAUKEE ST. WO 5-8681 86 'OK' USED CARS 25 NEW'61' CHEVROLETS 8 1960 DEMONSTRATORS SUPERMARKET NO 3 2643 11TH STREET WO 23705 NO DOWN PAYMENT '56 AND OLDER MODELS COLLINS Y. SUNDBERG Winnebago County Coroner ROCKFORD "Where You Can 'ALWAYS' Be Sure" THE SUNDBERG FUNERAL Conveniently Located to Serve Catholic Families in All Parishes 215 Hall St. WO 2-774~ THE MONEY YOU SAVE BY THE 15TH EARNS FROM THE 1ST OF THE MONTH Savings Insured to $10,000 by Federal Savings and Loan Ins Corp All Withdrawals Paid promptly Face to Face Teller Service Open 8 AM Daily Open Man & Fri. Till 7 p.m. Postage Paid Both Ways 114 N. CHURCH ST.--ROCKFORD~WO 8-2477 Manufacturers of Highest Quality Ice Cream Ice Cream Mix Genuine Italian Spumoni Sold at Better Food Stores in the Rockford Area BANANA SPLIT "Scoop of the Month"--Fresh Banana Pineapple- Cherries 1128 S. Winnebago WO 2-0604 Rockford 111 N. MAIN ST. ROCKFORD WO 3.2122 Jewelry Store o/ Distinction Dwyer & Anderson COSTUME JEWELRY SILVERWARE Frank J. McBride Rockford, Ill. 1348 6th Avenue WO 4-0053 SEND FOR FREE CATALOGUE Best Values Always COMPLETE STOCKS * Liqueurs * Wines * Cordials ,~;~il~Lt[~f~~" Over 40 Different Imported ~~ Beers and Wines CENTRAL PARK DRIVE-IN LIQUOR STORE 3523 Auburn St.--Rockford "" WO 5-8481--FREE DELIVERY DIAMONDS WATCHES No Money Down -- Low Monthly Payments Your Credit Is Good -- First Payment From 60 90 Days Can Include Materials for Foundation- Plumbing -- Heating -- Wiring Miles cesan Council of Catholic Wo- The day preceding the con- s h o ps starting at 10:45 a.m 1%/1[.---~: ~. D~.~ ~:t men, has announced that Mrs. vention a diocesan board meet- After luncheon at the school dacoo ~uss; special awaras, i.tr~ f,~ ~T~rrr a Im 11 * a / 1il['llllOl[l~131il:Sllt Mrs Anthony Nllges and Mrs Harold W. Johnson, St, Thom- ing of council women will be at 12:15, workshops will be re- . " ' "11 II "1 '%lU 1 Ilecllnlclans ATTT~(~:~A Member* o as Aquinas parish, Freeport, held at Aquin, and Oct. 7 is peated from 1:45 to 3 p.m. The ~eroy ~xlpper; variety, svirs .I.L#~LA~LA ii~i ~ I . "" L '~'"'--'~" . -" named chairman of also a day that committee general assembly will be held t~aYm nd Roe and Mrs. Emile II171--~[ ~f~ ~ ~ marmion inomers ~now ILm =r ,f]uo u~.e bas been Vonek; kitchen, Mrs. Johnlln~l I rJl@Ct UIIICI I'8 sponsoring a style the biennial diocesan conven- chairmen will use to set up dis- at 3:30 p.m. at which time the ~ 3111- . s J'-;~dn-sd tion to be held Sunday, Oct. 8, plays. Woman of the Year award will Lentz and Mrs. Paul Schneider;I tJ|~ll ~ ~! .J~| ~1~ il]'~ i~ [ R-- ~ay ~pru z~, tla W;u~t:~fiaY~ at Ac'uin Cen+ra' C~+~'^I`- hi"" " " - --n--^-tio- ---i" "~-^n ~- ~ ~" eonee, and Mrs Larry Jensent~L ~-~-~ ~ .~, L~. )/ ii ~-O I nunur~n -- or. uusepn A- ay ~prn zo, a~ e ~ .u '- i "~ ~) :,~L.US~ ~ ~. ~[~e cu vc w ;, t~v.~ ~e pre~en~u. ~eneulc,~ionoy and'Mrs Arthur Bohr'registra I - ~ [Alumnae association elected campus gymnasium beginning scnoo, freeport. ~wzss ~v~aaoe bunday at u a.m. wlm regis- me ~viost nev. l ,oras t. Lane~ .-" - . ' ~:1 - leommitteechairmen at their at 7"45 n m The theme of the Doole chairman of t e ant t a v 1 f xhl zt lion, mrs uouis~egre a n o I- UUI~I~UI~Lt presloent Will asg Ior reports~ ,~ y, " h p traAon al d iew'ng o e " "b" s. will close the convention . [ l,!~--~- ~---^'; f"llo " :- '"lkT'--- ---.-1 q"l.^~. 'l vlrs. t~eorge Morse; candy,! The Rockford deanery of the from M r s. James Mclntee ~,m,~. ~,~ ,~ u wo. pazLy ~ ~uw a**u ~*,~u. I I [Mrs. Paul Balaika and Ruth[Diocesan Council of ~Catholic spiritual development; M rs. IMmes. Frances Sims and There- Committee members include Hold Bake Sale Form New Guild ~t~ll~ll~'~t~.*'~t'~"alAnn Gaworski; tableprizes,lWomen will hold an open meet- James Klein, home and school; sa Chaidez, ways .and means; Mmes. James Mack, A1 Wa!an, ~'~t v-"~ v/'~t N0 I~N~.~2 Mrs. J. Arthur Kroner a n d[ing Monday April 24 at 8 p.m. Mrs. L e o n a r d Pwlikowski, Mmes. BeVy Marshall and J o- Albert Jungels, C h r is Solis- ~,~.~:~--twemoers of St. znary{ ELGIN -- The Altar and Ro-I ~ ~ I I ~ Mrs. Alfred Fichtel; ticket= hn +h,~ ohaal h,ll ~f ~I- De, to, organization and develoDment' anne ~vmt.unougn, program; burg, Carl Zilly Arthur Noon- Home and School association sary society of St Laurencel ,4~ ~/~ ] l L*,~ Mrs. Herman Freiders and/parish Rockford A panel dis- Mrs. William Thornton, libraries[Mmes" Nadme Kott and Ma y an Lee Seraphin, Mathew " t "~ ivlil'gAg, ggr/ ~ ~ Mrs Ric i - . ' " . Ann Bonifas social; and Mmes. ' i h n Albert Renaud will hold a bake sale after all]parish met recently to plan the OR ~ ~ . hard Wh pple;whlte]cusslon on "Decent Literature and literature; Mrs. Freund =' or Weir c a d , Masses Sunday, April 30. Pro-establishment of a guild Mem- ,~]tll~ll~t[~lt~lt~ elephants, Mrs. Ge.orge .Wain[Today in the Rockford Area" public relations; Mrs. Esthertgi:n~,Yss~;;~a;:b~zimtyann ~e I~~ , ~ ~ ~ ;n~. ,~, ,~.^ " I --*~,~-v'~t "v]~t~t'~7~lana mrs r~eat ~icnrei; DaKei ill be nresented by the Citi r'lner ironic salety' an{] wirs. l .' " II-~ln,~, I~l~,~l~i-,-,et v~:u21equ~;2:2t~ ~Jscl;~. bern of the Altar and .Roe.cry[ AURORA- Miss Margaret L. EIling-Isale' ,~rs. Wilbur Gaworski]:ens for ~])ecent Literature. Edward Lortie, legislation. !pe~temers/:r~:i~.ari~i:r~Vir~a~r~atij. lt :ul 1.tl~tx~x~t~, society Will support QIV1SlOnS h.usen, an.d Ronald Nichoas H ger in sttanQ lvlrs William Wackerline'/ An,~e~rin~ -n the ~a e1 wm ~e'~ort ill ~1 o b"~ "~'~ ~,I ~ ' i ~,~,~rr~r~ ~+ ~ The committee 1 n c 1 u d e s . - . Josenn Church Ant 15 "i " / --VP ~ ~ . n . o w ~ o ~. **,~u,~ '~JIA,ev xr{r,=, *'w'~ {,']~nf lnH Mrq x~u~,xz" vl~. -- ~. ,x ~ mv- Messrs. and Mmes. Thomas of the parish forming the Gul!a Miss Judith'An~ Ven'Ham and Ronald'dOOr prizes, Mrs. Albert Neu;/be William Arenson, Francis Newman coordinator, Mrs. Le-&~,t~o,~%oCT '%;Lt~rvt;AT daiity of st. Peter parish will O e *0 G ' " . w*,~**~-.r ,-~,~-, .-- " Green Lloyd Paul George Vol- [o ~os~er pr 3ects as w n as ~ ^ stmfie,ter ,n sacred Heart church, cards, pencils, tables, chairs ]Murphy and Wllham Van Vleet. Roy McCall d,rector at large .~ 6"h ~ fn~m have its annual mother-daughter mar, 'John Meagher William broaden active member partici- "*~/~'i'ss' Mar ore Wagner and Dae Stouft Mrs. Edwin Kittoe and Mrs.]All Catholic women in the Rock- Mrs. William Boetsch, secretfiry, 2d"i'~ 1Q"~%'~'~%~d"2]~ X"r~'v'~te:~,hn-i] breakfast Sunday, April 23, at " ' ' / ' ----~ Hay, William Adams, Gordon pa~on: . m.s.t. R~.ta. church Apr, iS. [John. Schaltz, Hooligan, Mrs. ford deanery are invited to at- Mrs. Leroy Welter, correspond- clans who have graduated from the LaFayette hotel at 9:30 a.m. Scherer Edward Stan,er Ro~,er t~egmmng wnn an enort to ~,~2s~ ~r~.ey .Biencoe and. Ro.nald 3:]Josepn xanko and Mrs Henry tend the meeting ing secretaryM r s Wiliiam l I following 8"30 a m Mass Tne ,~ ~, ,n no,y ange,s cnurcn, Aprhl ' ' me two year course are lnvl~ea ' ' " . Paul, Pat Wallansack, Hfllard become better acquainted with is. Yager, mystery, M r s. Albert Reports will be made by cam- S m 1 t,~, and treasurer Mrs. lto ioin the association I Rev. Anthony Becker, superm- Mo~or~ ~,+h, ~,il ~ no, neighbors, the founding of the . oixoN -- Miss ~everW Irene Zopt ana lDesJardine and Mrs. John Hof- mittee heads and rernrts ou Christy Burden. ' : - - -[tendent of Boylan Central Cath- -'-'-.~'--", "'*~*~'-~".-~"~'~-"-',',= ~-'~," . . . Jan L. Prancque inSt. Patrick church, J, ~ . a . . . . iel Bertram. - " . i '"," s . - g . Bt~Ml~t~rt~i I g Guildismtended to mcorporAprU ~ far, Jr, treasurer Mrs Rob Fund for Newman willbe The Rt Rev Ms r Louis G ohc hi h school, wzll be the ate new families in the parish -EAST nusuou~ -- ~iss Shar~ M art Nilles; and publicity, Mrs. made by parish groups. Men- F r a n e y diocesan moderator I~t~Ll~rldl~ a a . ]speaker. u'/ome and David W. Kieffer in 5t Mary as soonas they have regzs~er- church, April 15 Joseph C. Poss. bern of St. Anne sodality of St. the Rev. William Kriegsmann, ed. ELIZABETH -- Miss Janice M. Fischer Peter parish will serve refresh- assistant diocesan moderator,/ and William B. O'Brien in St. Mary par- ,sh. ~,r, Rome Convention merits, and the R e v Harold Nilges, Want That New Home!! FrederickFREEPORTzumloregel-- MiSSin St.J anjosephLammchurchend McHENRY McHenry deanery moderator, April lS. " Halifax, N.S. --(NC)-- Mar- The open meeting of the Mc-]will attend. I YOU CAN -- THE MILES WAY Miss Judith M. Selttert and John F. guerite M. Burns of Halifax, na- Henry deanery will be h e 1 d- -- Solbrig in St. Mary church, April 8. tional president of the Catholic Wednesday evening, April 26,I Allont] .nnaro THE BEST BUILD-IT-YOURSELF-DEAL ~AL~:NA -- Miss Donna Oankbar and Howard Miller in St Michae church, Women's League of Canada will in St Margaret Mary hall A1 " ~ ANYWHERE April &