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May 5, 1961

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Sliney Speaker JOLIET--Mrs. Edward G Sliney, St. Laurence parish, Elgin. Chicago province director of the National Council Of Catholic Women and Mrs. Ambrose Hermes, St. Andrew parish, Rock Falls, chairman of the Rural Life commitfee of NCCW, were among the speakers at the Joliet Diocesan Couhcil of* Catholic Women convention held last weekend at Immaculate Conception l~arish in Elmhurst. Responsibilities Mrs. Shney .poke on Your Responsibilities as C o u n c i 1 Women" at a dinner for past presidents of the council and presidents of affiliates held Saturday at 1=liver Forest Coun- try club. After outlining her duties as a national director Mrs. Sliney reported on the na- tional board meeting held in Washington, D. C and brought greetings from t h e national us in the society in which we live." I True Vocation It is only in the work of the Universal Church that we findI our true vocation as CatholicI women," she concluded. ] Mrs. Sliney has been appoint-i ed by the National ~ouncil ofi Catholic Women to serve on a] PAGE 6 THE OBSERVER FR [DAY, MAY 5, 1961 Nurses Hold Annual May Crowning ROCKFORD -- Annual May crowning ceremonies in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary were conducted by the student nurses of St. Anthony School of Nurs- ing on the first day of May, the month of which Mary .is Queen. MOTHER AND DAUGHTERS Dominican daughters of Mrs. Rose Pokorny of Cary are Sider Concepta Marie and Sister Claramarie. Sister Ciaramarie made profession of temporary vows last .Ianuary at tim Dominican Motherhouse in Spring- field. Both Sisters" are graduates of as, Peter and Paul school, Cary, and St. Mary high school, Woodstock. ROCKFORD ~i 6 9 Where You Can ALWAYS Be Sur " Pagel',s FHA New Home Plan * Pagel,s Trade In Plan Pagel,s 10% Down Plan Pagel s Work Credit Plan Almost Anyone Can Buy a Home New Homes and Apartments, Now Available Dare to Compare! Construct,on Co jjj~ 536 Windser Rd. ~ ~ Re-kford, Ill. can TR 7-7804 ,o,oy. Estate Proteetmn Factors Some ,loller estate~ afford protection to heirs far greater t h a n their size would indicate. Why? Because they have the benefits of care- fully planned, attorney-drawn will~ naming an ~xperienced Executor . . . the First National Bank and Trust Company. Our Trust Officers will welcome a conference with you and your attorney. FIRST NATIONAL BANK and TRUST COMPANY 401 EAST STATE ST ROCKFORD Membtr Ftdsral Deposit In~nranet CarF. "Rockford's Oldest Bank" FREE PARKING SPACE AT SHUMWAY If you plan a business career If you ex- pect to ottend college in the Foil . . . Rewarding positions in business in both the Ac- counting and Secretarial fields, await you when you are busin'ess-trained. You can speed your way to a position with a promising future by attending Summer School, then continuing your course in the Fall. ' * DFGREE COUvReSESret r 1 Accounting and Finance Exeeu ",a ia Business Management Medical Secretarial Administrative Secretarial Legal Secretarial Sales Management DIPLOMA COURSES Junior Accounting Secretarial Stenographic SPECIAL COURSES O W SPEEDWRITING. SHORTHAND and TYPING Beginning Gregg Shorthand Advanced Gregg Shorthand Court Reporting IBM Key PUnch and Typing We Have Everything Comptometer. Burroughs and Friden Calculators and Typing. SPECIAL COURSES FOR TEEN-AGERS for the Lawn and Garden Personal Typewriting for Boys and Girls from 10 to 17 Special Reading Courses (2 afternoons each week) ROSES,- 0 N ION S ETS - STRAW- Special Half-day classes will he organized in Typewriting, BERRY PLANTS GLADS i -;us* to Speedwriting, Shorthand and Gregg Shorthand. There will be time for vacation fun,or a paxt-time job. name o few. Come in today and AIR-CONDITIoNED CLASSROOMS, modern equipment, friendly students, understanding teachers, free placement browse around our huge selection of ~erviee, "EVERYTHING IN THE GROWING i WORLD" J, APPROVED FOR VETERAN TRAINING I Lawn and Garden Consultants Write, Call at Our Office, or Telephone WO 4.9459 'for Information. Office Open Daily $ to 5 Incl. Sat. 2328 CHARLES ST. ROCKFORD WO |-7624 School ~19 WEST JEFFERSON STRRET '56 AND OLDER MODELS 1515KISHWAuKEE ST. WO 5-8681 s6 USED CARS 25 NEW 61 CHEVRoLETS 8 1960 DEMONSTRATORS SUPERMARKET NO. 3 2643 11TH STREET WO 2-3705, NO DOWN PAYMENT SUPERMARKET NO. 2 SUPERMARKET NO. 1 401 SO. CHURCH ST. WO 3-8425 74 'OK' USED CARS COLLINS Y. SUNDBERG iVinnebago County COroner THE SUNDBERG FUNERAL HOME Conveniently Located to Serve Catholic Families in All Parishes 215 Hsll St. WO 2.7743 "You'll Always Be on the Go" }lJ BACH ReD'I" K' U ;ED CAR!! HUGE LOCATIONS