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t I'IIDAY. MAY 12, 1961 Requiescant ROCKFORD -- G r a duationI the N.M.S.C.: and Mary Kay exercises for 113 girls at Ma-ITestin a letter of commenda- AURORAAlfred E Nila 20 St donna high school here wil![tion and an honor scholarship Theresa parls'h, May 5. " ' ' take "-lace Mondaylune5 at wi"~- *h- -': ":--': r, . M ss Mary Cather ne Assel, S Nich- t3,tll L ~ (llSLII1CLIOI1 l'lOnorS at olas parisl May 5 8 p.m. with the most Ray. Entrance" from the College of Mrs. Mary Popp~ 6*, st. MichaeE var- [ . ish, May 5 Lorm T. Lane addressing theist. Catherine. St. Pau]. Minn.I Mrs. Katherine Jacobs, 91, Our Lady ot graduates and awarding them Others receivingawards willlG ;, Tc, V, Se' Ke, Ho, diplomas, be Donna Thayer and Leanne c~oss parish.-- " ' Y' Y Mrs. Agnes Heisler Barton, 65, Holy The ceremony will conclude Reu]and, who have been offer- cross oe,:ish, May 1. a series ot~ end-of-the-y e a r events which will begin o n Thursday, June 1, with the an- nual Class Day activities. On that day the Seniors will attend Mass and receive Com- munion in a body in the high school gymnasium with t h e Juniors serving breakfast to the class after Mass. Flag-Raising Ceremony Underclassmen w i 1 1 then gather on the front lawn Ior the flag raising ceremony con- ducted by the Senior class offi- ~rs and the graduating class ;ssed in cap and gown. At ceremony L y n n e Flock, Senior class president, will ad- dress the students in the name of the graduates. Assembling in the gym after- ward, members o[ the student body who have achieved excel- lence in various fields will re- ceive awards The Class Day' will end with the singing of the sohool song. Scholarship Awards As a part of the graduation 'ceremony Monday Bishop Lane w i 1 1 present scholarships to eight of the graduating seniors. Those receiving a w a r d s in- clude: Marilyn Neubert. an Aurora Foundation scholarship, an Illinois state scholarship, an Honor scholarship from Alver- no college and a letter of com- mendation from the National Merit Scholarship commission (N.M.S.C.): Lynne Flock an Illinois state scholarship and a letter of commendation from ed scholarships from Mr. Mer- cy college, Cedar Rapids, Ia. and Clarke college, Dubuque, In.: Sara Jungels. an Illinois state scholarship: Helena Pro- pernick, an Alverno c o 1 l e ge honor scholarship and Kathy Cahill, a letter of commenda- tion from the N.M.S.C. The welcome address to the assembly will be given by the senior who has maintained the highest average for four years. The graduates will conclude the ceremonies by singing their graduation song, "You'll Never Walk Alone." Sacred Heart Series on ROCKFORD -- Sunday, May 14, at 10:15 a.m. over WREX, Channel 13 in Rockford, t h e Rev. Charles F. X. Dolon, S. J will continue the Sacred Heart program series on "What Mary Means" with a talk about t h e Virgin's assumption into the heaven. The Sacred Heart program is now in its sixth year of tele- vision broadcast, being schedul- ed regularly by 149 stations throughout the world. The ra- dio version, now in its 21st year of production, is aired by 1034 stations. Both originate in St. Louis, Mo under the auspices of St. Louis university and the Apostlcship of Prayer. CRYSTAL LAKE -- Benedict A. Keu- sat, 70, St. Thomas parish, May I. DeKALB -- Thomas E. Mulroyen, 89, St. Mary parish. May 3. DIXON -- William H. Heal, aS, St. Patrick parish, May 2. EAST DUBUQUE -- John Van 5chaik, 83, St. Mary parish, April 30. " GENEVA -- Emil Thomas 73 St Peter parish, May ,I. MeHENRY -- John King, 64, St. Mary parish, May 1. ROCHELLE -- Thomas Deem, $1, St. !Patrick parish, May 4. i ROCKFORD -- Frank DeCastris 56, St. Anthony par sh, May 2. Robert G. Sounders, 50, St. Peter par- isl~, May 4. Thomas J. Fallon, 71, St. Patrick par- ish, May 6. Mrs. Domenlca M. Ro~oto, 63, St. An- thony parish, May 6. STERLING -- Otto H. Koehler, 75, St. Mary parish, May 4. SYCAMORE -- Everett Ripgy, 56, St. Mary parish, May 2. WOODSTOCK -- Mrs. Mary A, Salz- man, 62, St. Mary parish, May L Two St. Moniea Parish Students Receive Awards CARPENTERSVILLE -- LJn- da Jablonicky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jablonicky of: St. Monica parish, was named! recently the winner of the es- say contest conducted by the ~erra club of Elgin in connec- tion with vocation month. Tues-I day she received he r award from the Most Rev. Loras T. Lane at a dinner attended by the THE OBSERVER high school. The scholarship, 4:30 10:15 presented annually, was award- ed on the basis of eompe;itive u:30 examinations taken recently by 4:30 some 2.0 eighth grade students 10:1s f r o m St. Monica. Cheryl ~s 12:30 junior high school. Skelly Products FUEL OIL Harvard--Whitney 3.4131 >:ii~i!i~iilk~ ~:ii: ~!i~i ~!I~ ~ ~ ~ i ;~ ~ 2?~ iiii!iii:iiiiiii!ii!i:iil/ /:ix PLAN COMBINED REUNION--These six alumni of Muldoon and St. Thomas high schools are shown during a recent meeting in Rockford planning the joint reunion of the classes of 1936 from the two schools. The event will be held Saturday, June 10, at 6:30 p.m. in the Univer~ty club at Rockford Music for the dinner-dance will be provided by Ray Campbell's orchestra, the Musical Notes. Seated (I. to r.) are: Mrs. Charles Cacciatore (Nellie Alongi), Martin McCoy, Mrs. Martin Humpal (Catherine Garey) and Robert Myers. Standing are: Donald Dillon and Mrs. Joseph Ryan (Bernice Hollister). (Rockford Newspapers photo) Gui, Je to B, tter 'I'V 51o, A,' s WBBM, Channel 2, Chica~o 10:15 Movie 5 "Man From Planet X" A-I Friday, May 19 * w '~ Sundey May 14 12'20 Early Show "Crossfire" A-i a,ur.ay r,ay ' ' ",' 9:00 RELIGION IN LIFE 10:15 Late Show "Reap the Wild Wind" 4:~ ine I::erly bnOW "All women Nave 12"30 THE CATHOLIC HOUR A-I Secrets" A-II 10:15 The Best of CB~S "The Big Lift" A-II 1:00 Channel S Playhouse "The Devil's Sunday, May 14 12:00 Picture for e Sunday Afternoon "They Met in Bombay" A-II 1:30 Picture for a Sunday Afternoon "Captains Courageous" A-I 10:IS The Late Show "Goodbye Mr. Chips" A-I 12:30 The Late, Late Show "Forty Little Mothers" A-II Monday, May 15 4:30 The EaHy Show "Love on the Run" A-I 10:15 The Late Show "Gunfighters" A-II Tuesday, May 16 4:30 The Early Show "Doub)e or Nothing" A-II 10;15 The Late Show "And Now Tomor- row" A'[I 12:30 The Late, Late Show "Hatter's Castle" A-41 Wednesday, May 17 The Early Show "Billy the Kid" A-I The Late Show "My Man Godfrey" A-I The Late, Late Show "Fly by Night" A-[I Thursday, May 1B The Early Show "Cry Havoc" A-II The Late Show "Undercover Man" A-I The Late, Late Show "Easy Come, Easy GO" A-If Friday, May 19 4:30 Tt~ Early Show "Lady Bodyguard" A-II 10:15 The Late Show "Sea of Grass" A-II 12;30 The Late, Late Show "Internes Can't Take Money" A-If WISC, Channel 3, Madison Saturday, May 13 10:30 Theater Three "The Eternal Sea" A-I Sunday, May 14 10:00 THE CHRISTOPHERS 10:35 Theater Three "Four Men and a Prayer" A-I Tuesday, May 16 10:30 Theater Three "The Escape" A-II Wednesday. May 17 10:30 Theater Three "Devil's Mask" A-It Thursday, May 111 10:30 Theater Three "1 Was An American Spy" A-II Friday, May 19 10:30 Theater Three "Adventures of Sherlock Holmes" A-[ WNBQ, Channel 5, Chicago Saturday, May t3 2:00 Channel S Playhouse "The Big Tip- off" A-il General" B 10:15 Movie 5 "Four in a Jeep" A-li 12:30 RELIGION IN LIFE Monday, May 15 4:00 Movie S "Sudden Fear" A-II Tuesday, May 16 4:00 Movie S "Kansas City Confidential" g Wednesday, May 17 4:00 Movie 5 "Abbott and Caste/in Meet Frankenstein" A-tl Thursday, May lS 4:00 Movie 5 "Kiss Me Deadly" B Friday, May 19 4:00 Movie S "Ambassador's Daughter" A-II WOC, Channel 6, Davenport Saturday, May 13 10:50 Fremiere Performance "Comanche" A-I Sunday, May 14 12:30 FRONTIERS OF FAITH 11:15 Premiere Performance "Come Live With Me" B Monday, May 15 12:10 Movie Matinee "A Girl, A Guy and A Gob" A-I Thursday, May 15 12:10 Movie Matinee "Dete With'Judy" A-I Friday, May 19 12:10 Movie Matinee "Navy Blue and Gold" A-I WITI, Channel 6, Milwaukee Saturday, May 13 12:20 Eerly Show "A Bullet for Joey" A-I[ 10:00 Late Show "Flying Leathernecks" WISN, Channel 12, Milwaukee Sunday, May 14 8:45 KNOW THE TRUTH 3:00 Char, nel 12 tTheater "Private De- tective" A-II 10:45 The Big Movie "The Men" A-II Monday, May 1S 10:45 The Big Movie "Letter to Three Wives" A-II Wednesday, May 17 10:45 The Big Movie "High Sierra" B Friday, May 19 10:45 The Big Movie "Viva Zapata" A-II WREX, Channel 13, Rockford Saturday, May 13 10:15 Crown Theater "Mission in Morocco" A-II 11:35 Paiama Playhouse "Seventh Cross" A-II Sunday, May 14 10:15 SACRED HEART PROGRAM 11:00 Sunday Show "The Bride Were Red" A-H Tuesday, May 16 11:30 Tuesday Theater "Cynthia" A-I Friday, May 19 t1:00 Playhouse "1 Love You Again" A-II WKOW, Channel 27, Madison Saturday, May 13 1:05 Matinee Playhouse "Seven Sinners" B 10:00 Fanfare "Pride and Prejudice" A-11 Sunday, May 14 h30 Fanfare "Pride and Preiudice" A-II Monday, May 15 12:20 Early Show "The Emperor's Candlesticks" A-I 10:15 Late Show "The Berkeleys of Broadway" A-II Thursday, May 111 12;20 Early Show "The Company She Keeps" A-II 10:15 Late Show "B.F.'s Daughter" A-II A-I 10:30 THE CHRISTOPHERS 12:15 Late, Late Show "Spider Woman 10:25 The Late Show "Behind the Mask" Strikes Beck" A-a1 A.II Sunday, May 14 Tuesday, May 16 9:00 MASS FOR SHUT-INS 10:25 The Late Show "Cheers for Miss 11:00 Late Show "Ghost Breakers" A-I Bishop" A-ll Monday, May 1S Wednesday, May 17 12:20 Early Show "Birth of the Blues" A-I 10:25 The Late Show "Escape to Burma1" 10:15 Late Show "Edwerd My Son" B A.II Tuesday, May 16 Thursday, May 11 12:20 Early Show "Ebb Tide" A-II 10:25 The Late Show "Bengazi" A-I 10:15 Late Show "The Mortal Storm" A-II Friday, May 19 Wednesday, May 17 t0:25 The Late Show "The Sexon Charm" B g | Seamless Dress Sheers ,feeu'v lN l e' you =t PAGE 9 Classified Advertising :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: :.: ::::.= ::.t PIANOS AND ORGANS FUNERAL DIRECTORS OVER 100 New and Used Pianos and Organs to Choose From 330 N. 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