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FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1961 THE OBSERVER PAGE 11 '61 Schedule Invest 52 t Classified Advertising ,r-~ -~ /~ A J .& 1. lrll J. ~ 'IEXCELLENT NURSING home rare. LI- aJ'-~. la :la,~'l ' ,I .~. I /~. ItJrlll, ll~/"lsIT~ l MOI~ILTI~ENT~ -- ~UII,T~ censed and state am:roved.Bellevua II~ ~lTM k.~k~ M2~ JX-'IIIL ~LI .ILJtPT~ J' ~ ,~J Place, Waterman, illinois. Phone 3. 1 I At McHenr. t ,Vo. itt311t3i:L U I 'y,IFRLM-VR/ l a,' 192b rhWo Ave WO. ~-731;tJ Fa. er James A Condon, s I MCHENRY - ^ total of 521 [ I Fronz'Richards l dir~clol of the Summer Igrade school servers from St J FUNERAL D R 'TO S I 1'~ ;, ~: | Schools of Catholic Action has JPatrick parish were invested as] W,LBUR CHRISTENSON,| " i' ' 1 '. Knights of the Altar recently by t Av MORTUARY WO 36mr announced the schedule of the / [002,no Ave I INSURANCE / "Traveni g University" this 1 2, ev: &,oa eyI PIANOS AND ORGANS / I, ,: * *1 year ' /rHreen mgn SChOOl ooys were/ / l' ,: ,7 1 " Now in its thirty iirst year, [named honorary members at/ PianosOVaEn~ 10rOaNnseWtoancdhoUoSeedFrom ~ J ::Freeport, II1.!, : i +~ ~,mr-~o~ R~hnn;: n " C%thn /the same time 1330 N. Man St Rockford we. 3-8234/ II J S v - / ,--,~P " ~,JACKSON PIANO STORE |~ l i 1 grocers are' ~uen ~vuJmr u./ it I lie Action wi l travel approx-," . '~ ~-- mately 11000 miles during Jpreme Grand Kmght; Johl][usedClotff~:yOF~lrCnituSrA~V~R~es, empdJ J TUn 'Tu]~ 'al]d August to in /bcnaDer, vice bopreme LzranO|and all household articles. In the Rock-|l [ I~UIMi, IIBJ~nl ~ I +e. ~ y, s,- /Wn ~u+. ^1 xxl~,'+ c,/ford store, we have a new deoartment|l /A #ml~, ~ I ,~f,-,r,'r cr, r~c, ton i1-,~l~o~ri ct~ jJ.~. i~,*~, z~san .vv~HLe, oecre~arY|dedicated to Religious articles. Prices to|| ~$' ~.~F~P--~I~,~P'~,~~ J ~"-~ "~'~"'~" ~'~ - "~ tit your immediate budget Come in and and Denm~ Meyer,Treasurer. " ck the ~ e e s y ' " -,Following the ceremonies at~coted at 201 North Lake St II "-L I ways, will be the ap.nual rues- i ',~|J ,u^== .n~ctt^ St Patrick church, the Rev PHONE AD 2- 612-- FREEPORT I sage Of the Bishops of the Unit, KNIGHTS OF THE ALTAR--These 52 boys from St. Patrick ,rand knight, 12 made knight commanders, 22 invested as |m" n D.~I. ~,~|~VXc~]e~t nnu~rs~g--h.~ ~me, ca-r~ecq~OHPr ~teh j| I ed S~ates, published 1 a s t church in iMeHenry were reeemtly invested as Knights of the knights and 17 named pages. The sermon was delivered by the |'~s s |~,~'~ ~$~'e~"~'~;~rr~;n[~:'Pho~'3/~ November, entitled "Personal Altar by the Rev. Edward C. Coakley in ceremonies at St. Rev. Eugene D. Parker,sermon, j: I I IvIanl~esp nsibility to God and Patrick. Of these 52 grade school servers one was named ~ jJ'to~ertlhcates'and rankne awaroea to me touowmg:~ms'areJ~J::~*a~e~:~>:~!"~~r~:~:]::/~;;::::~;~! lj|Sl,fiS'weekly" c for' a consecuriVetota, of $25.45wee~s II HARRJNGTONMcKINSTRA JJ . 1,/urana l~nlgnt, Alien IVllller;|Contracts,inch, 13 consecutive weeks II -- "- l The lu6t b~k.~S oegmw~tnll[ ---- ~ l~.~.~-:h ~ n 1 ~ = 117.1 . ~ a "IF /gni~ht ('nrnmnndor. T,-,h. q h-~ J S3,18 weekly for I total of $49.14, II COAL--FUEL OIL I -s n 'l North Car JL~UI'~L~ lll~tlttit~ +~, " It DaYS to advertise! the .ende o v, lo - rt na t liallff|glll 111 I ,Olleallon ( rs[~ r ~J[Y /bet, Robert Conwa.5, A~bert~:~:::*";*~:`:~:~:::~:~:,*~:~*~::*~:~*~:~*~:~:~::`~;~s~::`a::~*~:~:~*~*~:;~*~ Dial ADams ~-0517 I 1,n~ benool June D-H lnlS I ~ ,~ ~1 1 "= =r ,m. ~,~,~ L~J-v.=-.=. ~--.=.~. .= .~,b~.-,=.-~w v / ~/ / ~ ~* ] l TT --,e r~ / ~ I1 l " '~' ~ "." .~! - ~ ~,asev l-~IcrlarQ l!annoorI, ler- be followed by sess,ons in;t)| Ghureh Music |ranc; Mahone- mohardHarmsJ''' ^n" iJ Freeport, Ilhno,s J ~3uluth, Minnesota, June. 28-j, .~ . e ' I ~ 1,Ir, xposttton /Patrick Wirtz.~'Wiltiam Charles',|qUKUKA l' July 1; San^F,2nmsco. Call for-l beE Ior Augus[ ITlUi UI" "---" IlIU~IIJLI, I ' .~ lSteward Bauer, Robert Guen-I ' , ma am. ;s ~ l~l~tsDurgn ten- e ' Y, ~ ; n venuer Dennis Meyer and Alan L t In Freeport It't -s-lvana July10-15" Newl The 24th session o[ the Loras At 31. Mary / |1 SLOUF BROTHERS I,I F rtif'. I "" J ' r ' ' Wnlte r~nlght Jonn uusacg York }qe'w Vc~rk August 14-1Institu'e of Liturgical Music has STERLING -- 'The influence 'But there is a serious danger j A.~, L,1. : -r. : L '|1 RUG and FURN,TURE I! CIRCLE DRIVE I r h of relwIon in hi her education that we wilt s nd our ener ms ROCKFORD Ex sltmn of mcnarfl ross ~nomas lvtcbor CLEANERS I ~a. rJ~i o,o Tllinois Aueust 21-1been scheduled fot e week of ~" ' "g ' - " -pe g" -- ,o j . ~ - . - 1 CLL&NERS |J I 1TIaCK ~tooert J~Oymon dames Tacked dow r yor excenent ,B" =n,~ DMlas Texas August August 7th according to the ts a major issue of the decade and our resources to teach our the Most Blessed Sacrament will ,~. ' -*. :,' I II 'Y "xce'L'"1 I 28 " -'" " us* b--'innin-" J. "(;un" '-eo~'le how to make a liv ,~nennes lvncnaet ~.onway vm-II cleaned on floor" Ill Steaks ChickenJ ;1:P::?:::si:ns are plannedl~pnr~m~e~[tLn~a~d:C~ ~ig: m~t~i JHoWwi:};th:t:t~w2rd~toY:~h;:~lic Logli!;~ ui teachm, them how bthel hu /jhaa M: i:d ti*i ~rJt:;~S'r ,':x:::. I~k2$.~r;el~ I~~ for Adults College, and Nuts-, ' " If :,o- "" *" coil"" Go Sacrament at St. Mary on the Dennis Hamil John Bruhn Ray-t~ I---------~----------------~ ' ,institute. accounts expresses me mare .> ~ sU ~ =so '"' ' : ' I mg School students at the ~ "~ er - " ' to find out how ,ou can better first Friday of each m o n t h mond Bottan Robert Freres, : J J Pick-Congress Hotel in Chicago in~t~ite ~sr~o~ass~sC":asto'rs"l~y cnauenge ;aCt2ng cm~r ;t~a~t serve God and y~ur neighbor " originated 50 years ago. an d John Thennes. Richard Doherty, For Service Call TW 2-3971 from August 28-September 1. " p ,oony or ~e m k. n a ~ " Howlett also stressed the fact custom has been resumed the Michael Johnson, Thomas Cal- Since its founding in 1931 by offering instruction to their choir olic high school. FELTES Roofing Company directors, singers and organists. Speaking recently at an as- that today "the educated man past two years with the ap- laghan, Michael Schneider, Jo- the late Father Daniel A. Lord, The early announcement of the sembly in the school auditorium who believes in God is on trial" proval of the Very l:lev. James seph Moerschbaecher, William COAL & GRAVEL CO. Borret Approved Rooters S. J the Summer School of and that great teachersare D. Clark, O.S.A pastor. Harris, and Paul Kilday. SAND--GRAVEL--BLDG. Built-up Roofs Catholic Action has trained MATERIAL FREEPORT ADams 3-1612 needed" to roll back the tide of Approximately 500 members Rank of Page Re. 25 North Aurora (250 school children) are mere- Raised to the rank of Page over 220,000 students through- secularism.' out the United States and Can- In our country we pay our bers of the League of the Sac- were: John Reinboldt, James ads. and they have come to resnects to religion he said but red Heart Apostleship of Pray- Franklin, John Bauer, Frank DATAL/IA know these unique Schools for himself i is %li~ion a hart oi our lives or or. Mrs. F. C. Hughes is pros[- Cuda, Craig Toussaint, Haroldl l |l V|/4 * what they truly are -- schools various is it a~habitg "We -reach reli dent of the Parish council at Stilling, James Stilling, Joseph II -- J to promote a fuller Cathohc ' classes will be the Rev. Irvin lation experts, we will be a ha- ~,ion but how well'do we live St. Mary, and it was through Hanley Timothy Foran Gary ] . ,- III ~FTT~.I:R'~ I ' tion of more than 200 million. '~t'"' the spiritual development earn- Guzzardo, Robert Wirfs, Daniel/I |lerney| IllWa r00a !1 " n I living: Udulutsch, O.F.M Cap of St. If the existing trend to secular- 'He concluded his sneech bv mittee of the council that First Aylward, Michael Daurio, John J OPen Hi -S:ndoy II Grocery ond Market I Actamonai mmrmauon may Lawrence college, Mt. Calvar-, be obtained by wrung to The Wis.; Rev. Cletus Madsen, chair- ism continues, the number of sa. in,~ "We need hi-her educa Friday exposition of the Sacra- Zimmy John Woodbury Den- J A,mp/e Potking Iii k | ,~ J ~ ~, . - . -- . ' ' Ill (;entre.lln Brand Groceries I,I where rne wuse I:conomlze-I Summer School of Catholic Ac- man of the St Ambrose college people who don t go to caurcnltion We ,robably couldn't sur-mere was resumed, ms Aylward and Charles Reilly. tl ,o ~ |11 I will outnumbe th tion 3115 South Grand Boule- ~ .; "~"--~r+ment' Jack Lam " r use who de i-",~ ~ ueu. ,~a~ r~a eno ~,~,;[vlvew,thoutit. Butweneededu-I| '1 II,e = a,o.o I But while the "ercenta~e oi' - - - - ' yard, St Louis 18 M~ssoun r '," "" mers, graduate o ganist who will . ~ ~ . Ication that is tru!y higher, not,J ~ .-,- - -~ I[ -" IF church goers In the population| l J ~ {~I ~,~ ~~ir~ll-~ m~I J J 2~T-~ J give private lessons; and Dana- - just longer We need a return ], -- F~rlv H~llr~ van Dixon of the Loras music will be dropping, the percent-to the spiritual teaching that I t J0E FEELEY age of. college-goers will be rislsustained western civilization/| - - - III WELL DRILLING I[I IM lll~kld/'r ~ ~'1~,7,1 I St. VincentJ Children's Home, facultYvoice lessons.Wh will give private ing' L ' liLt ugh centuries f assault'byl] r'o"p L A I, C o. )1 ".~1"" IIII N.L. P|TZ Irl ( -~--/I Freeport--Fourth Sunday after Complete information concern- "Our mothers and fathers are[unbelievers II i v ond 1111 I I Au ti Wot III ". ,tt o,s / I Easter. ing the Aug. 7-11 institute is more and more aware of the] "The big issue then is the ~| ~ LOWWPRICI~~ "P ~1~ |1| t m;Rc 9"124;"stem| 'i'RI'AL LMA/I"XILNAT~ONAL~ J St. Anthony, Rockford -- available from Father Carman, value of higher education and]question of religion in higher/I ird~'~]~LOW~:PRICI B~~lz%~- ~l~J 315N Pr irieBATAVIA I[ GALENATB9 ---213SO. MAIN J ,! Fourth Sunday after Easter. LLoras college, Dubuque, Iowa will make greater and greater[education, the issue of its exis-]1 ~~L~,~~~ JlJ Warehouse--203 Heuston Jl sacrifices to provide it to theirJtence," he said, [I lj' ' '[l~d~/'llll~lll~ children and our government is It is an issue which you can/ TV"'"lvl"ov:te" b d' ul-e" ','1 ,| " Dubuque I ---608 Main St.J ,I ,rlOLLI; . making a prodigious effort to[solve for yourselves . . . by mak- II Yau ~a.aRRD I/~ insure that hi~,her~' education wi11/ing sure you know where to look '1 el,utah, Io.---222 6fh Ave. 5. II c,c~a,~o, rnurr "'';::; I/J Haves Dru. Store--J i ~ Friday, May s be available to every boy andtin xour search for truth. Look in I " ~, . . I!] Oualt't*Merchandise I/| ,-y-, ,-,~ ~,v,~ | WBBM, Channel 2, Chcago ll:OOPlayhouse"CalllngDr. Gillespie" girl who can use it. Jthe right place." J KOCKtOra---lU~ ~ortn Main St. II " ETL'f APhorm cieton Duty I sa,urd.y. Apt, A,il D,spenslng Glosses Prescribed by Dr. H. Coren---Optometrts! II I,i I 2:30 Picture for a Saturday Afternoon "'Nick Carter MesterDetective"A-I 1,~/ tl; " "'"' " II CA H Rockford--Rockford Plaza I,I BATAV,A III I 4 30 The Ear y Show "The Biscuit Mq~ll~l~l/ ~k~Ail%,ll%,IJLL rql/IE/Iq./l'ql/.qlL I~/IEl~lll~ I Di " " ' i Eater" A- Saturday, April 2, ,| II spenslng Glasses Prescribed by Dr. H. PortoH--OptometHst |1 ![T~" 10 5 T~e aest of CBS "Susan Slept 1:05 Matinee Playhouse "Be'~gazi" A-I ,t ' Here" B Sunday, April 30i Complete ,Ser.c,s i,A r-'-- a t', ,#"Illt, N I ' I Sunday, April 30 t0:00 Sunday Movie 's ~i, Yours" A.i 4il - ,- --,~ ,- uruuuwuy it~L~lll -5 12:00 Picture for a Sunday Afternoon Monday. M,y, tl PHONE 4 IIIDispensing Glasses Prd$crihed by Dr. Win, Lindley--Optometrlst II " " " II, v o I 1 30 Picture for a Sunday Afternoon, Tuesday, May 2 Member Federal Deposit insurance Corporation !11 .- i -| / CARNEY & I 10:15 ThePart Late11 "TheshowCanlerville,china Gate"Gh st"A-IIA'l 10:25 The Latewednesday,Show "TheMay Climax"3 A-II,I~ I XOrl--I I U IPOSr IP Irsr 31', inii i I LO-NG E N EC I(ER- 1230The La,e ete ,how Are Has 1025The Late Show "Shockoron, B Disp n, Glasses Pr.scribe, b, O, B Rubin--Op,o.t I/I -- I bands Necessary?" A-, ' Thursday, ] w ;;o II I/I Y:i:t~:);"/ I Monday, May 1 10:25 The Late Show "Young Widow" A-II ~, TheThe StyleSt Store juror MenMen 4 30 The Eary Show "Petticoat Fever" Friday, May s " Sterling---21 W. 3rd St. Workmansh,p and BoT~ A-tl,10:25 The Late Show "Lassie Come Dispensing Glosses Prescribed by Dr. R. Cobb 10'.15 The LateTuesday.Show "Maytime'May 2 Aql Home" A, /I ~.~'~ ~ /~ . with . ltl D N. L. St. Germain.--:-Optometl4ets # Ill Roche.e, ,~.---Si,ce 1906 I 4 30 The Eer y Show "Marie Antoinet,e I]" ~h~nn~,1 22 M~d'~nn J J ~ ~k"-/>'~.~ ~ ~'q~JV~ t.qu~pmenr I,I " lin oo, u~v,saon--,'ugm It : u WMT t ~ l~:lSA'The Late Show ,The Ho0dlum . sunday. Apri [I .-"'v7,II Elgin--121 S. Grove III DiolSHerwood1-1400 Saint" A-II 5:00 B,sh0p Sheen 12:30 The Late. Late Show "Something to -- / <- 5~ ~ !1 Dispen$hlg G|a,$es Prescribed hy Dr. J'J.'MoJl.--Optonletrist I --- KL rtu . . . 4:30 TheA.i I Early Show "Marie Antoinette":: : : : :: :: :.:.~:.: " ' Exp, J.nco BRENNAN CATTLE U;L(JIN , 10:15 The Late Show "The Affairs of m ~ #~dl~ /All / Ael ~kl~) ualry, |no. Susan. P-*r"-I-" 12:30 The Late Late Show "Big Brown unMm vsu -,~, ANNUAL REPORTS and FINANCIAL STATEMENTS OUR ~V. ,UAL ana UIL Stacker & Feeder Cattle 24 Kimball Street P~teurh:ed Grade ",4" Eyes" A-II Thursday, May 4 4:30 The Early 5how "The Greet Gam- b[ni" A-F 12:30 The LaTe, Late Show "Rage in Heave"" A-I griday, May 5 4:30 The Early Show "They All Kissed me Bride" B 10:15 The Late Snow "Double Indemnity'" A-I ]2'.30 The Late Late ShOW "The Home- stretch" B WISC, Channel 3, Madison Saturday, April 29 10:30 Theater Three "HeWs Half-Acre" B Sunday, April 30 10:00 THE CHRISTOPHERS WNBQ, Channel 5, Chicago Saturday, April 29 10:15 Mnvie 5 "The aoginning of the End" Aq Sunday, April 30 9:00 RELIGION IN LIFE |:00 Channe 5 Playnouse "Moon and Sixoence" B 12:30 RELIGION IN LIFE Monday, May 1 4:00 Movie 5 "Long John Silver" A-~I Wednesday, May 3 4:30 Movie 5 "Run for the Sun" A-I Thursday, May 4 4:00 Movie 5 "t Stole a Million" A-II Friday, May $ 4:00 Movie 5 "Fort Yuma" B VANETTF WOC, Channel 6, Davenport Saturday, April 29 10:50 Premiere Performance "The iron Sheriff" A-I Sunday, April 30 12:30 FRONTIERS OF FAITH 11:15 Premiere Performance "Babes in Arms" A-I Monday, May 1 12:10 Movie Matinee "~lighl Nurse" A-I Tuesday, MaV 2 12:10 Movie Matinee "Sands of Iwo Jams" A-It Wednesday, May 3 12:10 Movie Matinee "China Sky" A-II Thursday, May 4 12:10 Movie Merino "Stranger At My Door" A-II Friday, May 5 12:10 Movie Matinee "Hellfire" A-II WITI, Channel 6, Milwaukee Saturday, April 29 2:30 Early Show "Slaugmer Trail" A-I 10:00 Late Show "Captain China" A-II 12:15 Late. Late Show Dracuta's Daugh- ter" A-[I Sunday, April 30 9:00 MASS FOR SHUT-INS 9:30 HOUR OF ST. FRANCIS 12:00 DIRECTIONS '61 1:30 Picture For a Sunday Afternoon "National Velvet" A-I 11:00 Lafe Show "Night Has a Thousand Eyes" A-I Monday, May I 12:20 Early Show "The Virginian" A-I 10:15 Late Show "A Connecticut Yankee in KingArthur's Court" A-I Tuesday, May 2 12:20 Early Show "Saratoga" A-I 10:15 Late Show "Five Graves to Ceiro" Aql Wednasda)9 May ~ost" 12:30 Early Show "Pillow toa 10:15 Late Show "High Wall" A-II Thursday, May 4 12:20 Early Show "Design, for Scandal" A-II 10:15 Late Show "Reunion in France" A-II Friday, May S 12:20 Eeriy Show "Till We Meet Again" A-II 10:15 Late Show "U.S.S." A-I WISN, Channel 12, Milwaukee Saturday, April 29 3:00 Safurday Cinema "That Man's Here Again" A-I Sunday, April 30 10:30 KNOW THE TRUTH 2:00 Channel 12 Theater "No Piece to Go" A-I and "Once d Doctor" A-I 10:45 The Big Movie "Buck Private Come Home" A-I Monday, May 1 Our Advertisers SPECIALTY "We Print Everything But Dollar Bills" 206 N. Main -- Galena, Illinois --- Phone No. 101 , r r r r,r '1 I~ i , k ~F Builders oJ Fine Institutions Since 1925 100 Borden Street -- McHenry, Illinois Member oJ Associated General Contractors oJ Americtt ] II I~ r ]I I r I II I Irl]l m I] ' ' ?II, r,r]] l, ' ,t, 1 ', r HELP HIM TO REACH HIS GOAL 10:45 The Big Movie "Rebecca" A.II Wednesday, May 3 10:45 The Big Movie "High Noon" A-I Friday, May $ 10:45 The Big Movie "The Devil's Gen- In our D;v;ne Word Semlnar;es ;n India, Phillpp;nes and Japan, we have a number ef studenfs preparincj for tho pries hood. MANY ARE VERY POOR and need finan- cial help f continue the;r s~udies. TEAR OFF Deor Fothon Enclosed Rnd $, . kx' memodne to ixb,mood for. wm4L O a'lY -=:=. ===- = : JONLo $TA~ MAIL TO eraV' B WREX, Channel 13, Rockford Saturday, April 29 10:15 Crown Theater "Tarzan Finds a Son" A.I 11:35 Pajama Playhouse "La,dy in thc Lake" A-II Sunday, April 30 10:15 SACRED HEART PROGRAM 11:30 Sunday Show "The Lady Escepelw avoilable ot oll times. We Specialize In Northwestern Cattl YARDS AT LANARK, ILL. Sob Brennan, Mgr. Hy. 3-2300 KIRKLA~D, ILL, Mile Brennoa, Mgr. Kirklond 2-331~' ST. JOSEPH'S HEALTH RESORT WEDRON, ILL. Eighty-five miles from Chicago on the Fax River FAMOUS MINERAL SPRING Modern Buildings in Beautiful Surroundings Combines the comforts and conveniences of a modern hotel; the worm aria friendly atmosphere of o family home, the facilities of o hos!~ital and well equipped physical therapy department. For guests desirous of a ~uiet vacation, rest physical check-up or convonescenco OPEN THE WHOLE YEAR ROUND. Conducted by the Missionary Sisters o'~ the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. grrite lot literature and rates or Phone Oftewa ~E 3-,~780 Elgin, Illinois Everything for the MOTORIST Dial SHerwood 1-2577 MODERN DAIRY COMPANY, INC. Fine Dairy Products Dial SH 1-2536 ELGIN Thiel's Drug Store CLIFFORD THIEL, Pharmacist Expert Prescription Service 161 Dundee Dial SH 2-0482 ELGIN Dairy Products 423 LOCUST ST STERLING STERLING HOME IMPROVEMENT COl Roofing -- Siding Insulation --- Paints 2704 Locust St Sterling, III. MA S-062S IIOMS SUPaLV to|aalr~ 1823 Locust St Sterling Get the Best . . . Ask for CHAHPAGNE VELVET TWIN CITY PRODUCE CO. Sterling Phone MA 6.0184 Say You Sow It in THE OBSERVER Alexander-Lumber C0. All Building Supplies Point, Hardware ond Rigid Frame Garages. CRYSTAL LAKE McHENRY, ILl. 459-1050 EV. S-1424 FRIZOL " ~nd BECKMAN AUTO PARTS 141 N. 4th St.---DeKolb POTTERS CLEANING ond DYEING Rug Cleaning expertly done Phone 3-8341 ond 3-8351 DIXON E. W. Schmeling Sons, Inc. 1031 School Street, Rockford Lumber-Millwork-Fuel-Paint DONAHUE FURNITURE "Where Your House Becomes A Home" ; 19 E. Calhoun WOODSTOCK---FE 8-1086