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FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1961 WCOF Plan I Communion, Breakfast 1 ROCKFORD -- Members of, the Women's Catholic Order of J Foresters, St. Anthony court No.i 674, will hold its annual Cam-i reunion and breakfast Sunday,t April 30, at St. Anthony church. Workers In The Vineyard By Lisa Ferris l l Community Chest Agency 18. Mr. Schue, presided, ant THE OBSERVER JISt. Nicholas [Women Hold] J May Benefit I AURORA--Final preparationsI are nearing completion for theI annual spring card party and! bake sale to be sponsored by] the Society of St. Anne of St. Nicholas church. "First Lady" PAGE 3 All adult members and junior Catholic Charities Staff boys and girls are invited to at- The activities at the Catholic tend Charities this past week have ,~ . . been many Caseloads have in- Mrs. r~eno zmvagnm is gener- ." ~, .~ creasea greatly, z~ ap- al cnairman tar the breakfast pears when the seasons begin which will be held in the Levin to change the "Knights of the Faust room at the Faust hotel, i Road" begin their trek from Newly elected officers will be in-Icity to city. These men work a! . a job for two or three weeks ann stalled with the Rev. Anastasms Kuzdrzal cha lain,artici at i move on, seeking solace else- ' P PP " where. This has become a way those present were Mrs. Brink- man, Mr. Corr, Mrs. Stahr, Mr. Knott, Mrs. Malloy, Mr. Mc- Carthy, Mr. Meyers, Mrs. O'- Connor, Dr. Allayos, the Rev. Walter Roberts, the Rev. Ray- mond Stewart, Mrs. Tobin, Mr. Weidemann and the Rev. Mich- ael Shanahan, director of Cath- olic Charities. Miss Hilda Pen- ner, supervisor of the Aurora office was also present as a spe- is the theme chosen. The event will be presented Tuesday, May 2. at 1:30 and 7:30 p,m. in the church hall. Home-baked deli- cacies will be available at the bakery booth after 11 a.m. Requiescant AURORA -- Mrs. Anna D. Schmidt, 73, Our Lady of Good Counsel parish, April 18john Paul Aiels, Jr. 50, Holy Angels parish, April 22. CRYSTAL LAKE -- Cheryl Wilson, 6e St. Thomas parish, April 18. Miss May E. Salvey, 76, St. Thomas parish, April 19. DIXON -- Mrs. Margaret Burns, 86, St. Patrick parish, April 18. William J. Curran, 55, St. Patrick par- ish, April 23. ELGIN -- Mrs. Mac Rose Hoar, 6.5, St, Laurence parish, April 22, Charles T. Wolff, 67, St. Laurence par- ish, April 22. FREEPORT -- Mrs, Stanley Melester, 43, St. Mary parish, April 18. HUNTLEY -- Mrs. Carrie Langan, 74, St. Mary parish, April 23. ROCK FALLS -- Terrance Furlong, 74, St. Andrew parish, April 24. ROCKFORD -- Donna Hendricks, 7, St. Edward parish, April 19. Mrs. Julia Keegan, 78, St, Peter parish, April 22. Mrs. Hedwig Antczak, 73, St. Stanislaus parish, April 19. Peter Maggio, 93, St. Anthony parish, April 18. ing. of life for these citizens. To con- .Mrs' Robert Klein, newly form to a pattern of community elected chief ranger will receive u, i,~ i ,nh,~=~,t ,~f for ~h,~ ]the gavel from Mrs. Vincent La- Cost of movement is great, for Loggia retiring leader. Other ,wanderlust is expensive. In- officers who will be installed. ~;~t.~. ~. ~ n ,vGtlJ. lul,y Lll~:,y ll lV~ IIU IZIU ~ff, llu are wce chief ranger, Mrs Jo : . . ' . " " friends, no relatives, nothing seph Turlclano recording see ~, : " tangible like home or permanent retary Mrs Anthony Militello' roots. The caseworkers see that financial secretary, Miss Antoln- thor nr,~ ~oH olnthoct ~nmotlr:na ette Segalla and treasurer, Mrs ~'." 7 ,given a temporary job for a day Guy Fmrenza. ~and "God Speeded" on their New trustees are Mines. Sam]way. Destination? Unknown. LaRosa, Louis Pace and Robert Prentice Sentinels will be Miss ~oar~ lv[eetmg Lorraine Spadicini and Mrs. Another kind of activity took Samuel Maggio, and conductorslplace in Elgin this past week will be Mrs. Angelo Spataro andI with the Elgin Catholic Char- Mrs. Cono LaLoggia. l ities board meeting held April TWINOAKS 7-9803 coal luncheon guest May 11 the Elgin board mere- Co. hers will attend the Community Mothers and daughter s who Chest luncheon which will be will model are: Mrs. Louis Ba- held at Camp B~ TimberA El- rilla and Elizabeth; Mrs. Mary gin co cascuss ~atnonc ~ nar- ,Buckley Mrs John Markus ities' particip.a!ion in Commun- and Melanie; M r s. Lawrence ity Chest actlwty. ~ I Gering and Mrs. Robert Forsell I a . Problems of Aging,i Mrs. Frank Haefehn and Deb- Aprfl 20 the case~vorkers fromtl hie', Mrs. John Hora and Nancy', a tended the Mrs Wayne Howard and Pen- the Rockford office t ' sociation ny" Mrs Alber Jungels a n d Ilhnols W e 1 f a r e as ' ' ' :no ~'"l"~ "t the Rochelle Donna: Mrs. Peter Linden and llltTC:bl ~, 11~ ~t cl ,' "~ n" " Socialworkers Mrs C h a r l e s Abel" Mrs. t~ou trycluB. " ' flu, ,~=; ~nqo~, o attended. A Richard Mangers a n d Chris" ri t artici ants Mrs JosephMosolygo a n d report by d~st c p p ,~ ' . , m' the White' House~ Conference ~arol", Mrs. Erwin l~agel a n a - " ~iven The -anal BonnieJean' M r s Donald on ,~gmg was g . p ' " " f Peter Perrecone O'Connor and Donna" M~s Ed- conslstea o,' ' " u rvisor of Rock ward Peters and Sheila' Mrs mwnsmp s pe -, Herrick Leland Conrad Pickert Mrs Robert tara; uoromy, ~. . . Z.' ~. ;.; ann ~aro~y'~ " n Belcher, Dixon. tJrumme~ ann monna', Mrs. VVll- Th=,"~ ,=~orts told of the ~ro- lOam Sabo and Susan', Mrs. Ray- grams which are being estab- mond Stark and Kathy; M r s. 1 solve the rob Fred Sternberg and Mary" Mrs hshed to he p p - . . ' " f nun- the a-ed The ~ugust ~chaefers Mrs. Helen terns con ro g ~ . ,~,~ ' , mare ~dea ~s to help them grow r~ramer ana ~usan', {wrs. aosepn Tremaine and Jean Marie; Mrs. old with dignity". Other suggestions by the panel were that communities should begin working with their im- mediate problems; housing for Mrs. Maria T. DiCori, 82, St. Anthony parish April 19. Miss Marion Hyland, 70, St, Patrick Stadler Marie Sehomer, Chris Johnson, and William Hessenauer. The accompanist is Mrs. pa~ish, ~y.~ ~ 3: . ~/. ~.M~RLt=~ 1 Robert ~. bwanson~ Marion May, organist and choir director of Annunciation parish, Before closing Rs current sea- ~, s~. Patrick parish, Aprn ~S. son, the choir will assist at the adult confirmation at Holy Angels church Tuesday, May 30, and n,Srs~.R~'~? ~ariThr,5'A~a~e2~ E" Bradley, then participate in the graduation exercises at Marmion Military academy, Friday, Jane 2. M~OOOaSrTOC~I~n E. White, ~0, St. ! I beNious " and ranking 12th in a * * arlstlC' Problems. ,class - - - - 4 nuch . ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.--(NC)I The officers unanimously turn- I !1/1 //. . . --Pity the college or prep schoolled the application down. l; ~veaatn~s Guild to Meet admissions officer says Father] They were then told the in-I "~l~,v,~t,~ ~:~tt~ ' ~-V "~g, t~',g~ v~t ',o t~-~'~,ROCKFORD -- The Eucharis- Thomas J. Costal]o, Syracuse,lformation was taken from Wins-J N Y. diocesan school superin-]ton Churchill's school record at} AURORA--Miss Roseann Quinn and A~- UC guna o~ me t~amouc wom- tend~nt I . bert Richmond in Holy Angels church, an's league will meet Thursday, He~toid this story to illustrate]Harr w" IA~,lilss22Cheryl Anne Carpenter and Paul May 4, at 7:30 p.m. in the Poor fh,~' hl,~rw " /-- -- /E. Feyereisen in St. Mary church, Aprd Clare chapel. Following devo- Admissions officers at one[ lr 31/ n "1 t I Miss eatrlcia C. Reiland and Thomas tions a panel dlscussmn will be ~baua r~ote o1 / s Grady in St. Mary church April 22 h~11,4 A if r~, J DeKALB MiSS Margaret Mary Kin-""~': ,~" .'.'b'~'*'t:"#~ ,'~ J Iniry and Daniel L. Kellen in St. Marylanfl t~atnollc leacflmg. i church, April 15. I - ~' I HUNTLEY--Miss Judith A, Dahlhauser laKlng part in tne panel OlS- land Robert R. Gagnier in St. MarYlcussion will be the Rev. Bronis- I church. GENOA--Miss Carol L. Smalley and/]aus SWISZCZ, O.F.M Conv of i Stanley V. Hart in St. Catherine church, 8t, Stanislaus parisn ann lylmes. April 8. " f" and Robert Roman Gerald Nevins MeHENRY--MiSS /,Aane :~TOt et '~ ,~ i Gene Harmon in St. Mary church, April and Mary Mc~uire. $ne ~ev. is Lawrence London ~s chaplain for "Miss Carole Ann Schueler and Francis Leo Worland and Mrs. F r e d Louis Popp; secetary, Mrs. Don- The survey disclosed that 164ApriITh mas15. Priller in St. Patrickchurch, the guild. Hostesses for the eve- Wrede. ald Miller; and treasurer, Mrs. schools have aides and the typi-I ROCKFORD--Miss Margaret Ann kowl- ning will be Mines. Claire High- cal aid is a mother who contrib-ling ann Robert Lee Stoiberg in St. Pat- land and Edwin Hogan. Officers of the society also Albert Bohr. r ck church April 22. are utes a half day's work to a KE~" WEST--Miss Barbara Fitzpatrick -- -- ~::~}i~ ~::{~ school, and Thomas Sprengelmeyer of East Du-~ buclue in St. Joseph church, April 15. 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Although-reports and studies merely have touched the sur, face of this problem, the attend- ing social workers were told: "The problem is now being fac- ed and adhered to in the form of proposed action." Closing the week's agenda was J l[0rtuarles Two CONVENIENT LOCATIObiS IN AURORA High end Liberty Streets So. Lincoln Ave. and Clark Street ALL PHONES TW 6-7734 AMBULANCE SERVICE , REPUBLIC SPECIALISTS VALLEY HEATING Ask for Bill Perdz 220 So. Rive, TW 2-4090 AURORA FREE PARKING DRIVE-IN SERVICE Downer & River Sts. AURORA, ILL. FRIENDLY & COMPLETE SERVICE SINCE 1871 Member of F.D.I.C. Joseph No Strotz STORE FRONTS Furnace Repairing and Installation Air Conditioning Ventilating Skylights Gutters 469 High St. Aurora TELEPHONE TW 2-3126 Accommodations ]or Banquets and Wedding Parties For Reservations Phone Twin Oaks 8-4741 Aurora Redi-Mix Concrete jor all purposes DIAL TW 6-9714 Her work ranges all the way MAY THEY REST IN PEACE i from typing letters to actual KC Communion J teaching -- usually in some "en- ~::~:~:~::~::~::~]~:~:~]~::~9~]~:::~:~:::~::~::~:~::~::~::~:~::~::~::~]~::~::~[~::~]~::;~::~::~:~ richment" course that could not' FREEPORT -- The Freeport The following clergy of the Diocese of Rockford passed on toIbe offered without her help The Council of the Knights of Colum- most common duties performed bus are sponsoring a Holy Cam- their eternal rewards on the dates listed. Your prayers are re- quested for the repose of their souls April aS, 1926--The Rev. Paul t~ourke, pastor of St. P~itrick, Rochelle, is buried in St. Patrick cemetery, Rochelle. May 3, 1922--The Rev. Sylvester J. O'Hara, pastor of St. Mary, Polo, is buried in Grand Rapids, Mich. May 4, 1949--The Rev. Albert J. Neidert, pastor of St. John the Baptist, Johnsburg, is buried in St. John the Baptist cemetery, Johnsburg. Grant. we beseech Thee, O Lord. that the souls of thy ser- vants. Thy priests, whom in this life Thou didst honor with the sacred office, may re3oice in the glory of heaven forevermore. Amen. a meeting held by Mrs. New- man, manager of the Cathplic Salvage bureau, again want'ing all to know a full bulletin will be sent to each parish stating the time of a specific pick-up for the spring drive. Many have already called asking for the Salvage truck to stop by and pick up articles. However, to further help the housewife in her planning, information on Catholic Salvage pick-up dates in various cities will be listed in the near future. a a a Raymond bt, F REAL ESTATE INSU?~E DIAL 2-3226 257 N. UnioF Aurora Residence: Ph. 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