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FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1961 PLAN BOYLAN PROGRESS REPORT--These five members of the original fund raising com- mitte for Boylan Central Catholic high school in Rockford are in charge of arrangements for a progress report on the construction at the high school. Planning the event are: (I. to r.) James H. Dunn Jr basic gifts committee chairman; Mrs. Stanley B. Valiullus, area co-chairwoman of the United Catholic Education Hour committee; the Very Rev. Rayomnd J. Wahl, J.C.D di- rector of education for the Rockford diocese; Mrs. Charles A. Thomas, co-chairwoman with Mrs. Valiulius, and Lou Bachrodt, general lay chairman of the drive. Boylan gh 'Open House' Set May 21 ROCKFORD -- A "progress report" an the construction of Boylan Central Catholic high school here will be given to the Catholic people of the Rockford area Sunday, May 21. in the form of an open house at the school. This day has been chosen. since it marks the first anniver- sary of the victory report meet- mg held at the Rockford armory Plan t8 THE OBSERVER [Jubilee Book Relates Saga Of Maryknoll i NEW YORK -- The first 50 years in the life of America's first mission society, Mary- knoll, is told in a new book, "The Marykno]t Fathers," pub- lished this month. Written by Glenn D. Kittler, the book records the accom- plishments, courage, resource- fulness and humor of the men of Maryknoll as t h e y lab0r among the poor and destitute on four continents. Kittler's book is a sympathe- tic portrait of American mis- sioners from Maryknoll, a so- ciety which celebrates'its fif- tieth anniversary this year. It relates how young Americans answer the challenge of less- developed peoples by establish- ing Churches, schools, orphan- ages, leprosaria, co-operatives and refugee centers. A twentieth century product of Catholic America, founded by th~ hierarchy in June 1911.! Maryk~noll trains and ordains American youths to bring spir-] itual and material sustenance to the far corners of the world. Since its inception the Holy Father has entrusted to Mary- knoll the care of millions of people in Japan, Korea, For- mosa, Hang Kong, Philippine Islands, Hawaii, Mexico, Guat- PAGE 7 ! ARRANGE SPRING DANCE--The women pictured (1 to r) Mmes. Lee Hoover, Bruno Caste- gnaro, Louis Pace, Jr and Peter T. Triolo, and their husbands are in charge of plans for a spring dance to he held Saturday evening, May 6, at the Knights of Columbus hall sponsored by St. Bernadete Home and School associations. U. S. Catholics Now Total | 42 Million -- 1961 Directory Take First Vows PEORIA--' Sister Mary Den- ise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taphorn, and Sister Pa- celli, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schmit, both of St. Pat- rick p a r i s h, Rockford, will make their first profession in the Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis at St. Francis Motherhouse. Peoria. May 17. The Sisters from the Peoria advent staff St. Anthony hos- ~ital, Rockford. Veterans Meet AURORA -- The Department of Illinois Catholic War Vet- AURORA May 6 --- Spring dance from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. at Mont- gomery V.F.W. hall -- Spon- sored by Men's club of St. Pe- ter parish. May 7--Chicken dinner from 12 p.m. until 2 p.m. in St. Michael church hall--Sponsored by St. Mary sodality. May 25 -- "Friends of New- man" dinner at 7 p.m. at Mar- mion Butterfield campus -- Sponsored by Aurora KC and Aurora deanery of DCCW. CRYSTAL LAKE May 10, 11, 12 -- Rummage sale at St. Thomas church --. Sponsored by Altar and Rosary society. May 10, 12:30 to 9 p.m, May 11, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.: May 12, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 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 t h e Apostle Court. DEKALB June 9, 10 and 11 --- Antique show and "Country Store" at Catholic Student center, North- ern Illinois university --- SpOn- sored by Court Immaculate Conception, Catholic Daughters of America. DUNDEE May 13 --- Siena Bali at Elm- hurst Country club with din- ner at 7 p.m. -- Sponsored by Home and School association of St. Catherine parish. ELGIN May 27 ~ Rummage sale ill St. Thomas More school hall-- Sponsored by St. Thomas More Catholic Women's club. FREEPORT May 7 -- Bake sale after all Masses in St. Mary, St. Joseph erans are holding their lath a n d S t. Thomas Aquinas last spring At this meeting over den." 5,000 persons gathered to hear Question of Survival abroad,o, such servme supple- ti's Orchestra will play for dane- Faith in 1960. It said this mark- Troop 100 are members of the the announcement that members mentin~ our national policy at of the 15 Catholic parishes in the 'He said that while to some no cost to government or to our ins from 9 to 1. No charge will ed the eighth consecutive year Junior Camp Committee of Rock area had pledged $3,668,919 to the proposed rise may appear citizens in taxes." be ma'de for admission, that the number of cam, arts ex- f Council officers are Ampellio ceeded 125.000 and reported the River Valley council of Girl insignificantin thecase o .^:. v ~ construct a new Central Catholic ' . . J Otl Del Pra. Grand Knight; Robert total number of converts dur- Scouts. high school and provide funds nls o w n montmy magazine for local parish needs. Pledges Maryknoll, it would mean an Father Newns mane ms re: Pierce, Deputy Grand Knight: ins the last 10 years was 1,343,- The 14 members of this cam- were scheduled for payment increase of $33,000 annually, marks .m testimony preparea Jerry Valentin'e, Treasurer; Pat 377. mittee were selected by the over a three year period. -- mr aenvery cetore tne Douse Dolan, Secretary; Bill Mercaitis, An increase of 888 in the council's camp committee from Post Office and Civil Service Warden: Jim Finnerty, Chan- number of clergy brought the junior high and Senior Scouts throughout " t h e three-county At the open house visitors will Annual Illinois committee. The c omm!ttee cellar; Ben Healy, Jr Advo-total of priests to 54,682, the council to help the adult camp be given an opportunity to see ]chairman, Rap. Tom Murray cote; Bernard O'Connor, Inside largest ever recorded, the di- committee members to plan the the progress of construction to |~(~ ~l.~i~mHni~n lot Tennessee, has introduced Guard; ,and Louis Conti, Out- rectory said. There now are camp program, help set up date w4th guided inspection J.xx.~ x.~,~, the posal rate bill (H.R. 6418) tours being Conducted through Sunda Ma 7 for the administration, side Guard. R. Costello, R. Roe- 33,141 dioc*esan priests, an in- Camp Medill McCormick, and the school from noon to 6 p.m. Y Y Officials of Protestant and dy and J. Kinney are trustees. ~ to serve ~s guides on opening by a committee of parish lay President of the Rockford ]~/l'~ - g~ :~---" days at the established camp. chairmen, associate chairmen ROCKFORD -- Annual State- Jewish publications joined in Knights' Club is R. Ryan. Di- .L,xi:ly q~r01~lllll~ Mary Cholke, Allison Lannon, and division managers, wide Corporate Communion Sun- testimony against the measure, rectors are J. Kinney, Edward t ~ t ~ Arrangements for the report day for I!linoi.s Knights of Co-i---- Fahy, M. Lutz, F. SpadeD, G. 2~k-[ ~L anmony and Kathleen and Nathleen Pet- are being handled by members lumbus will be Sunday, May 7. Adult Education Fiorenza, Edward Rourke and ROCKFORD The 6rowning arson of St. James eighth grade troop were named to the core- R Reedy i[f the original fund raising cam- Bishop Muldoon Council will " *" of the Blessed Mother by Mrs. mittee. Nathleeff was elected rlaittee" -- bserve, ,~ this day. .bY /'eceiving, " t ,I-- J/'~I'YI ,~- ,fi]l ~,][~DI/I~'~,~-- ~ ~ Virginia Mondel will be held at chairman at the group's initial The new high school opened to holy uommumon m a voay a l ttumnlage 3ale the May 5 meeting of the Altar meeting. Mrs. Arthur Cholke is the 8 a.m. Mass at St. M a r y ond320 freshmenwing. It lastis nowfall inestimatedthe see- church Talk by Bishop and Rosary society of St. An- leader of Troop 100. that the complete building will Immediately following the BATAVIA- The Most RoY.At C 'vstal.1 Lake thonYNewParish.sodality officers a r e: "~h~- be ready for occupancy this Mass, breakfast will be served Loras T. Lane will address the CRYSTAL LAKE -- The Altar president, Mrs. Dorothy Gras- I:KLINtl coming fall in the clubrooms, rll6 NO. Win- members and guests of the and Rosary society of St: Thorn- st; vice president, M~'s. Fanny nebago st. The Ladies of Co- Thomas More Adult Education as the Apostle parish will have Spera; secretary, Mrs. Ann lumbus will prepare and serve center at the group's G u e s t its annual sprin~ rummage sale Sherbine; treasurer, Miss An- Get the Best a the breakfast. Night program Monday. May 15. in the church h a 1 1 May 10, 11 tonette Segalla; a n d financial The The R e v. James C. Novak The program will begin at 7:45 and 12. The sale is one of the secretary, Mrs. Inez Vitali. Ask for assistant director of the New-lp:m. in the auditorium of Holy largest in McHenry county and Committee chairmen a r e'. ~ACH JSA m,o club, Northern illinois uni-lCross school here. features a wide selection of ~uhli,fitv Mr* Mary All-no: AMI AGI varsity, DeKalb, will be the] In addition to the address by ", "s'tatio,M s. V" g" 'a o- VEL s m a 11 electrical appliances v, ~ "~ n r' lr ~n, IVI n" HOU' E principal speaker. [Bishop Lane, there will be a spring and summer clothing and del: membership, Mrs. LilliahlET Blase L e o n, chairman of brief report by the Very Rev. furniture. Higbee: friendship, Mrs. Lena Catholic activities for the "c0un- Ra.~mond Wahl on the proceed- May 10 sale hours will be Salvagio; ways and means, Miss Downtown Dixon cil. is in charge of arrange-lings of the National Adu]t Edu- 12:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.: May 11 Loraine Spadacina: and re- TWIN CITY Illinois Finest Motor Hotel TF I~ All Guest Rooms Children . . . FREE BUFFET LUNCHES DAILY in THE TRAIL ROOM (Monday thru Friday) DINNER NIGHTLY in annual state convention here churches -- Sponsored by Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Aquin Alumni association. Mav 5, 6 and 7. RICHMOND The three-day convention will May 13 -- Rummage s a 1 include a convention parade of from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in St. Catholic War Veteran march- Joseph church hall -- Sponsor- ing units and bands Saturday ed by Home and School a~- afternoon at 1:30 and election sociation. of officers for the year. ROCKFORD At the same time the depart- May 6 ~ Spring dance at ment of Illinois War Veterans' Knights of Columbus hall --- Ladies' Auxiliary will hold its Sponsored by S t. Bernadette 15th annual department con- Home and School association. vention. May 18 --- Card party in St. Bernadette school gym at 8 p.m. qqPl~l~llllk|t~ -- Sponsored by Ladies of St. }/l:lil.IN . Bernadette. " I ' I| Electric and Gei Water Heaters ~ De Level Mllkar| Plumbing end Heating Electric Pumps Eclipss Power Mowers Gas-Cnnversion guroers CARL J, ST-UTZKE& SONS ' 407LOCUST STREET, STERLING, ILL ---PHONE MA |-1034 SCHICK'S Paint & Wallpaper Store PHONE MA 5.3252 221 W. 2nd St. -- Rock Ftllt CONTRACT WORKt Commercial & Residential Interiors & Exteriors manes, assisted by B. Gosdick. cation convention held recently the sale will run 9 a.m. through freshments, Mrs. Lena Bronco. PRODUCE CO. 0JX0Ne, : -- in Atlantic City, N.J. 9p.m. and May 12 the sale will ~. ~ Uo--~, After a short coffee break and be in the morning only, from 9 Sterling Ph. 184 A Isocial period, regular classes a.m. to 12 p.m. Mrs. Philip --~= - Want That New Home!! --" will be presented from 9 until Kirchberg and Mrs. Stanley Tan- ~ ~--'"~ 10 p.m. Guests are invited to nan are co-chairmen for the,s BROTHERS THEYOUBEsTCANBuILD-IT-YOURSELF-- THE MILES WAY 6 RAL attend the class of their choice, event, and Mrs E McCarty The All interested adults are car-is president of the Altar and mwr - NcItlOnCl[Bank DEAL ANYW'HERE Built-up Roo/ing dially welcome. 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