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( lIIFllmmjj.jmjjJllK:l[ 9 THE OBSERVER ware Raue Hardware Co. PLUMBING -- HEATING PAINTS AND 0ILS PHONE 189 Fuel, per Potter Brothers Dealera In Lumber and Building Material Coal and Coke Fuel Oil Laundry SNOW WHITE LAUNDRY It Pleases Us to Please You Phone 120 Phone 171-M Crystal Lake Woodstock Sand-Gravel ROSENTHAL LUMBER AND FUEL CO. The Quality Yard O-P Automatic Coal Burner PHONE 27 Funeral Director TOMLINSON !FUNERAL HOME PHONE 355 MONUMENTS MT. CARROLL GRANITE AND MARBLE WORKS GEO. W. [VEY SONS. Props. Workmanship Guaranteed . . . Ai Work Done by Pneumatio Tools and Sand Blast . . . Prices Right Phone Blue 255 It. Carroll, Ill.  v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v  WOODSTOCK Coal, Feeds R. O. ANDREW CO. I C E Custom Grinding and Mixing " Phones 428- 429 00vu#s Pfeiffer Pharmacy PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS The Drug S/ore for Everybody PHONE 434 Gas, Oil DESMOND OIL COMPANY Laundry 41o CLAY ST. ]EN-A-$EE LAUNDRY CO. "The Modern Laundry" New Equipment Thrifty Prices Phones; Woodstock 655, C. Lake 365 Charles Jenner and Richard Seese, Proprietors Lumber .OME FINANCE Dacy Lumber Co. FOUR [] LUMBER PREMIUM COAL DEVOE PAINT Phons 75 THESE MERCHANTS SUPPORT YOUR PAPER PAGEANT IMany A! S0m0nauk WOODSTOCKI Crownmg__Ceremony Th,trsday a/ter- n the students of St. Mary's school gave a special hlother's program in the school and- The hall was converted in- n drawing room. Palms, ferns spring flowers were used in decorations. The mothers re- ed red roses as favors and seated at tables where they re entertained by the student sts and hostesses. program, "The Pageant of Love," depicting scenes the life of the child that ar} happy memories to the moth- was as follows: ld life is like a song half sung paths that eross and part; two things never change and a mother's heart." .......... Mother Beloved ribute to Our Mothers Tableau: Mary and Her Mother, St. Anne The ALmunciation. The Pageant of Mother Love: The Wedding Day. God's First Gift. Teacbiu_ the Child to Pray. The First Day of School. Tbe'First Holy Communion. The Night of the Prom. High School Graduation. The Chosen Vocations. The Eride The Nun The Priest Our Ldy's Blessing on Mother- hood. Talqeau : Our Lady of the Holy Rosary. The Blessed Mother Saint Dominie Saint Catherine The concluding tableau was in: keeping with the .request of Ou Holy Father, Pope Pins XII, that we intercede with Our Lady of the Rosary during the month of May for world peace. Appropriate music was played throughout the program and re- freshments were served. Sister I. Hildegardis, C.S.C., su- pervisor of schools of the Sisters of the Holy Cross of the mid-west rovince, visited St. Mary's school last week. 2 WEDDINGS AURORA Eldie Larson and Eugene Flannigan by the Rex'. M. A. Kissane of St. Rita's church.'May 12. Miss Esther Nicholson and Ralph McManus. by the Rex'. Leon I. Lin- den of Our Lady of Good Counsel church, April 29. OE KALB Miss Mary T, Japuntich and Frank H. Kirk, hy the Rt. Rex'. Msgr. J. A. Solon of St. Mary's church, May 6. Miss LIIlian Stefanl and Glen Mc. Pherson, by the Rt. Rex-. Msgr. J. A. Solon of St. 5Iary's church, 5iay 6. ;ONOCO GASOLINE and CONOCO  " ELGIN GERM PROCESS MOTOR OIL SUPPORT THEMI Miss Ella Schramm and Vincent A. ..... F em ng v tile Rex" H E Oiumet nofle O]U ' " " " "C ' of St. 5Iarv's church, 5Iav 1.L '%_,_ - JOHNSBURG ......  ........ Miss Luella Reinboldt and Fred . Huemann; by the Rev. A. d. Neldert JOt St. Jonn's church, May 6. DeKALB Elect. Contractor VIRGIL COOK ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR NEON SIGNS A SPECIALTY Estimates Cheerfully Given Phone 160 52p Girard St._ Feed HUNT BROTHERS FARMER'S FEED AND SUPPLY STORE i Feed of All Kinds -- Baby Chicks, Seeds and Poultry Supplies 141 S. 3rd St. Phone 7 Gasoline, Oil DeKalb Independent 0il Ca Dealer in HIGH GRADE BURNING OILS LUBRICATINGOrLS -- GREASES Phone 99 4th E. Lincoln Highway Grocery THE SERVICE GROCERY AND MARKET "The Home of Qulai/y  Open Evenings Phones 701--702 518 E. LINCOLN HIGHWAY Laundry THE WHITE ROSE LAUNDRY JOE JOHNSON, Proprietor QUALIq'Y SERVICE PHONE 467 All Se rvices Lumber Coal HALLGREN LUMBER and COAL COMPANY FUEL BUILDING MATERIAL Cement . Roofing . Millwork Market O'BRIEN & QUINN 'Tbe Ma, ltet for Select feats" Choice Meats, Poultry, Fish Courteous Service Phone 346 132 N. SECOND ST. DeKalb Monument Works Matson & Johnson, Props. MON'UMENTS IN ALL KINI)S OF GRANITE Cm-ner 7th and Oak Sta. Omcs Telrhnne 704 DeKalb. t'lL Wallpaper, Paint HILANDS. OILS, GLASS, ETC 124 EAST LINCOLN HIGHWAY Tslephons 462 Jeweler The Best In Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry and Silverware RELIGIOUS GOODS L A. KINNIRY--IEWELER 345 EAST LINCOLN HY. DIXON i I Auto Painting Loans PHONE 768 DIXON BODY & FENDER SHOP ROCK RIVER PRODUCTION SPARKY CAMPBELL I CREDIT ASSOCIATION I The Farmers Co-Operative Credit Body Repairing Orgs.,.a.,O.Every FarmPrv'd"gPurposeFU"d' for BANK STATE UNION 79 Henn p n Ave. PHONE Xl126 BLDG. Bank City National Bank 84 Years in Business in This Community Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporiton -- Fuel Burmelster Coal Co. Osteopath DR. L. IL TROWBRIDGE OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 23 EAST FIRST STREET DO NOT DESPAIR. CONSULT OSTEOPATHY Inquiry Incurs NO Obligation Optometrist Dr. Gee. McGraham 117 FIRST STREET Phone 282 for Appointment Prof. Service DR. JAMES M. MILEY Eyesight Specialist over V. and O. Clothiers PHONE 909 MILES CITY, MONTANA Miss Marian Johnson and La Verne Goss, at the Sacred Heart church. May 9. STERLING Miss Mary Cecelia McKenna and John J. Grennan. by the Re. Roy. Msgr. A. J. Burns of St. Mary's church, 5Iay 11. OHIO Miss Virginia Denbo and Donald Payne, hy the Roy. Gregory Egan of Immaculate Conception church, May 4. Catholic Doctrine In Secular D a ily Lafayette, La.--The Daily Ad- vertiser, secular newspaper of this city, will publish weekly a column on Catholic beliefs, practices and usages, by authoritative writers. This is the first project of the Catholic Information committee, composed of members of the sodal- ity of St. John's cathedral. "High Quality Fuels" 508 DEPOT AVE. PHONE 206 Funeral Director Celia A. Jones J. Wlllard Jone "Jones Funeral Home Ambulance Service PHONi: 228 204 OTTA%VA AVE S0 children marched through the :church singing the Litany of the :Blessed Virgin. Each child carried a bouquet of flowers which were placed at the foot of the statue of Our Blessed Mother. Miss Hollis Bruenig, May Queen. and her at- tendants, Barbara Faltz, Colleen Meyer and Joan Michael, followed the children in procession. Dor- othy Fox recited the Act of Con- secration to the Blessed Virgin and whilst the assembled children sang the hymn of coronattnn Miss Bruenig place a beautiful wreath of /lowers upon the head of the statue of Mary, Our Mother. l The Misses Patricia LaBolle, Ger- trude Keenan. Anita Bruenig and C, orrine LaBoIIe sang "O Sancds- mma," by C. Greith. The Rev. Edward J. McIsaac. as- sistant pastor of St. Mary's church, Aurora, delivered the sermon. The services were concluded with Solemn Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament, at whi:h he pastor, the Roy. C. J. Kirkfleet, O. Praem., presided. He was as. sisted by the Roy. Chas. R. Kelly, pastor of St. Mary's church, Aur- ora, as deacon, and the Rev. Wal- ter J. Ryan, pastor of St. Paul's church. Sandwich, subdeacon. Preparatmns for the crowning ere under the supervision of Iiss Anne Dondanville. Miss Myrtle George, assisted by Miss Mary H. Parisot, presided at the organ. q Home Makers Exchange Readers: Send your wants, your recipes and household hints to Homemakers' Exchange, Observ- er, Box 479, Freeport II1. A few more weeks and the bee hives will be filled with fresh honey. It's use in cookery dates to Biblical days and of late seems to be enjoying a popular revival es- pecially in baked foods. This week a reader sent us literally dozens of honey recipes which she re- commends heartily. It would take us weeks to prin them all so we shall choose a few and any read- ers who wish may send to this of- rice  copies of other recipes. It was an old story that cakes made with honey were of coarse texture time has proved this false for there are many honey cakes with velvety crumb. Here are two well recommended. Delicate White Cake One cup vegetable shortening, one cup sugar, one cup honey, six egg whites, fonr clips sifted flour, four teaspoons baking powder, one-imlf teaspoon rose extract, one-fourth tea- spoon salt. one cup milk. Cream softened shortening well and add sugar, then honey and cream until very fluffy. Add two nnbeaten egg whites, one at a time, beating well after each ad- dition. Stir in flavoring. Sift and measure and resift flour with bak- ing powder and salt. Add alter- natelv with milk to fh'st mixture, beginning and ending with dry in- gredzents. Fold in egg whites beaten stiff. Bake in three layer pan in moderate oven for 35: 45 min. Put together with lemon tiiling and cover with boiled honey frosting. ' Honsy Fudge Cake One-fourth cnp butter, one cup slip- at, two egg yolks, four squares grat- ed chocolate, two enps sifted cake flour, one-half teaspoon salt, three teaspoons baking powder, one and a third clips milk. one teaspoon van- i!la. two egg whites, one cup hone)" and three-fourths cup finely chopped nut meats. Cream softened butter; add sugar and continue beating. Beat egg yolks Until thick and lemon colored and add to mixture; cream well. Stir in chocolate which has been melted over hot water and cooled. Sift flour, measure and re- sift with salt and baking powder, add to creamed mixture alternate- ly with milk, beating just enough to make a smooth batter. Stir in vanilla and nuts. Beat the egg: whites until stiff, add honey grad- sally, beating constantly to make a smooth meringue. Fold gent]:.: DEFEAT CHURCH TAXES into batter. Pour into two 9 inch Raleigh, N. C.--The North Caro- well oiled layer pans lined with lina legislature has voted down a paper. Bake in moderate oven for bill which would have nermittod aa mm. . .... : . . - [ even Minute ICing Honey local ..... governments to .ax prope,-tv, I Fru---t:--,r,9 ownefl ov religious groq S and in- ..... " . _ P ] One cup sugar, tv,'o egg "wh.tesl un- StlIUtlOnS wnlcn produce=- revvnue{beaten, two tablespoons hone)'. 'three in competition wth Drivat  buoi.[tahlespoons water, few grains of salt. - " ' [eight marshmallows, cut in small piec- hess. ] es. one teaspoon vanilla. I Place sugar, honey, water, un- :beaten eggwhites in top of double NELSON & RONAN Funeral Directors 310 OAK STREET Telephones: 196 "tnd 1190 DE KALB [LINOIS RILEY&RILEY FOOD SHOP MOBIL OIL and GAS BENDIX HOME LAUNDRIES It Washes, Rinses and Dries Automatically Olen All Day Sunday Woodstock i WOODS FUNERAL HOME 409 Ave. B Phone 161 One Block South of St. Mar,y's Catholic Church AMBULANCE SERVICE %Ve Serve All Creeds Sterling Dixon GULDBECK & ECKSTROM General Contractors Dealers In Building Materials 1224 E. Lincoln Highway PHONE 744 DeKalb. hi. FRIZOL & BECKMAN Quality Auto Parts Cost No More PHONE 223 )E KALB. ILL. i' boiler. Cook over rapidly boiling water. Beat constantly for seven min. Remove from heat add marshmallows, vanilla and beat until blended. Honey Cornflake Macaroons Three egg whites, three-fourths cup honey, one and one-half cups shred- ded cocoanut, three cups corn flakes, one tablespoon cocoa, one and one- half teaspoons vanilla. Beat egg whites with rotary beater until very stiff, then add honey very gradually, (this is Im- portant) beating constantly. Fold in cocoa, coconut and corn flakes: add vanilla. Drop by spoonfuls on greased cookie sheet and bake in slow oven 325 F. 20 to 25 min. Re- move from oven and turn off heat. Let stand a few minutes. Loosen from sheets and invert and re- turn to oven to dr), off. I] Nut Sunshine Cake 1 One and one-fourth cups white sug- { ar, five tablespoons hot 'ater, six /egg whPes, six egg yolks, one cup I oake flour, one cup broken black or | English walnuts. ] Combine water and sugar and lbeat until sugar is dissolved and starts to bubble. Beat eggs until stiff but not dry. Pour sugar syrup over egg whites and beat 10 min- utes. Add beaten egg yolks, fold in flour which has been sifted, measured, and sifted three times Bake one hour in slow oven, (300 F) in ungreased angel food pan. No leavening needed. --Mrs. Louis Strnad, Calmar Cocoanut Bars Mrs. Strnad would be pleased ff someone would send her a recipe for cocoanut bar cookies. A A AA AAAAA A&AAAAAAA A A AA A --VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV AMBOY m m Pharmacist C. ASCHENBRENNER Makers of the famous Nu-Monia Ointment. We urge you to give Jt a trial--Satisfaction assured. 50c and 75c Post Paid Wall Paper, Paint and Varnishes PHONE 14 Dixon Novena Is One Year Old (St. Patrick's Parish ) DLxon--Friday, May 19, marks the first anniversary of the inaug- uration of the perpetual novena in honor of Our Sorrowful Mother in St. Patrick's church. The special blessing of Our Holy Father, Pope Pins XII, will be given to all "hose who are making the Novena at the three services. The services during the fir:'t year of the novena have been very well attended. The names el those who have attended all the devo- tions dnring the year wiil be pub- lished ia pamphlet form in the near future. The pastor, the Roy. T. L. Ygalsh, and his assistants, the Boys. J. D. Burke and L. J. Guzzardo, are very ppreciative for the splendid suc- cess of the recent food sale. HOLY NAMEMEN H E A R TALK ON SOCIAL ACTION Amboy--The Holy Name societ:r quarterly rally held last Sunday in St. Patrick's church was a splendid success. Over 100 men of the parish eceived Holy Communion and en- joyed the breakfast served by the ladies of the Altar and Rosary so- ciety in the parish hall. Mr. Wayne C. Fagan acted as toastmaster and introduced the speaker, the Roy. Father Gervase. O.F.M., of Maya- lake, who outlined the results of Ihe social action program as car- ried on in Belgium. He insisted on personal sanctification as the only foundation upon which can be built successful Catholic action. He stated that once this personal sanctification has been attained, .eritable miracles can be perform- ed by the various units of social action. The Rev. Robert C. Troy, pastor o . St. Patrick's church, who had been called upon by the toast- master for a few remarks, deplored the fact that in the matter of hat- red 50,000 boys and girls in New York City gave precedence to tlitler over the devil, and in the matter of love, a contemporary outstanding American took the honors from God. "Just a matter of :false propaganda. A little more iChristian propaganda on behalf of ithe countless millions of unsung heroes, who are daily making great sacrifices to rear and educate a Christian generation, by the met- ropolitan press w'ould do much to put the devil in his place and bring God back into the lives of men. What we need most is to propagandize God so that man wi!l. so to speak, become God-corn scious," he said. A very original and entertain- ing program was given by the pupils of Sister Mary Lourdine's music class. It was as follows: Flower Song. Mary Claire Dieter; Simplicity. Philip Kehoe; Skiing. Pa- tricia Antoine; Cherry Waltz. Eddie Dieter; General Grant's March, Do- lores Montavon: Dixie Baud. Lee 5Ion- tavon: My Broken Doll)', 5iary Jane Fanelli. At the conclusion of the pro- gram Father Gervase directed the singing of the ever-popular song. "Mother." After the meeting the group re- tired to the baseball diamond v here the Trojans engaged the Gervasians in action that wa.s mostly social. Wheel Chair Pupil Graduates at Am}my 'alton.--Miss Mary France s Morrissey, 14, undaunted by infan- tile paralysis, crippling effects of which have prevented her from walking nearly half her life, was graduated with honors at the com- mencement exercises held in Am- boy last week for eighth grade graduates of Lee county rural schools. She is now eagerly look- ing forward to the day four years hence when she hopes to receive her high school diploma. Mary Frances, who does all he,- studying while seated in a wheel chair at her home, is particular proud of the fountain pen pre- sented to her at the commence- merit exercises by L. V. Miller, county superintendent of schools. The young graduate is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Morrissey, members of St. Mary' parish. Her mother, Mrs. Katherine Tyne Morrissey, a for- mer public school teacher, has been Mary's teacher for the past five years. Mary Frances says his- tory is her favorite study, but that she also enjoys writing on her small portable typewriter and spends a great deal of her time reading. Besides her school work. Mary devotes considerable time to 4-H chlb work and to sewing. Mary's essay, "How I Help Mother," received the unanimous approvhl of the judges for its in- trinsic worth in the 1937 annual Rural Life Essay contest, but be- cause of its length had to be elim- inated from the contest. Elgin Dairy Boasts Bacteria-proof Milk Elgin--A milk plant manager may show visitors through his lant with pride. He may prove, ointing to modern equipment, that with efficient sterilization prac- tises, it is impossible for bacteria to find a breeding spot in receiv- ing vat, preheaters, pasteurizers and coolers, but milk may become couaminated from organisms float- ing in tbe air. For that reason, no one in street clothes dare enter the pasteurizing room while milk is being processed, only the needed [reduction men in clean white nni- forms, who carry health certifi- cates. -vhsitors view the opera- lions through plate glass windows in the dairy bar. As the cooling is the last opera- tion, prior to the milk entering sterile l, ottles and being sealed, they have installed in the cooler room sterilamps by the \\;Vesting- lmuse E.ecric Supply Co., giving nI:r violet radiation, which is Imrt of the Rentschlerizing pro- ces now widely used in meat re- frigerators. These lamps eradiate every drop of milk coming over the cooler and so purify the air, that bacteria cannot live longer than a few seconds. Over one hundred thousand people live on boats in the Pearl river just outside of Canton. BEAUTIFUL RITES MARK JUBILEE Throngs Present At Ceremonies (Picture on page 2) B e I v i d e re.--Parishioners and friends of St. James parish throng- ed the church last Sunday to hon- or His Excellency, the Most Rever- end Edward F. Hoban, D.D., Bish- op of Rockford, and to participate in the celebration of the 50th an- niversary of the dedication of the church. The procession of altar boys and clergy passed through ranks formed by members of the Holy Name society of the parish and entered the vestibule of the newly-decorated church. Led by the white-cassocked cross bearer and acolytes, the altar boys vest- ed in red and torch bearers in i black, the priests and monsignori i preceded the officers of the Mass and the Bishop. The rich gold vestments of the deacons and the golden cope of the assistant priest enhanced the beauty of the epis- copal robes, .as vested in mitre and eappa magna, the Bishop proceed- ed through the aisles of the church, followed by his personal atten- dants, crozier, mitre, candle, book and train bearers. The girls of the confirmation class dressed in white and the boys in black cassock and surplice with white collars stood in the pews at the front of the church as the procession entered. The beauty of the church, newly decorated in soft tan tones accent- ed by the newly erected sta.tions and new lighting system, impress- ed the beholders with the majesty of the church's liturgy. After the procession arrived in the sanct- uary, the clergy occupied their places before the side altars, the court of the Bishop proceeded to the throne. Following 'the vesting of the Bishop solemn Pontifical Mass was celebrated. The com- mon of the Mass was sung by the St. James' men's choir--the boys' vested choir sang the proper of the Mass. At the dinner for the clergy which took place in the par- ish hall, His Excellency spoke of appointments and arrangemnts for his visit and the splendid singing of the choirs. Before the administration of the sacrament of Confirmation the Bishop preached. In the sermon congratulations were extended to the pastor, his assistant and the people of the parish on their zeal in caring for tbe house of God. The class of 40 children and 24 adults having been confirmed, His Excellency presided at Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. The recessional hymn was sung by the combined choirs and the procession returned to the parish house, bringing to a close the ec- clesiastical celebration of the gol- den jubilee of the dedication of St. James church and the confirmation of the jubilee year class. In addition to the many former members of the parish who were present for the celebration, the fol- lowing clergy were in attendance: The Rt. Rev. Monsignori Chares F. Conley, Freeport; F. F. Connor, Aurora; Francis J. Conron and John P. McGuire, Rockford; the Very Rev. Monsignori Leo Binz, Washington, D. C.; A. A. Heinzler, Elgin, and Win. G. McMillan, Rock- ford; and the Revs. John F. Blake, Richmond; Myles Callahan, Rock- ford; Edward J. Connoily, Har- vard; R. L. French, South Beloit; Joseph M. Egan, Woodstock; Tho- mas Green, Dundee; J. U. Halb- maicr, Maytown; Frank J. Keen- an, Rockford; Herman J. Meilinger, Hampshire; Daniel O'Connell, Mar- J engo; Vm. A. O'Rourke, McHen-] ry; Philip L. Kennedy, Freeport, I and F. S. Porcella, Maple Park. Belvidere---May devotions are he!d every afternoon at 3 o'clock. A novena in honor of the Holy Ghost will begin Saturday, May 20. at the 7 o'clock Mass. A class of boys and girls will receive their first Holy Commun- ion next Sunday at the 8:30 o'clock Mass. Many jubilee years gifts were donated by members of the parish iu memory of their departed re- latives. Among these gifts are the stations of the cross, holy water vessel, missal and missal stand, altar crucifix, chandeliers, censor and incense boat. credence table, altar vases and torches. DEATHS AMBOY George J. Healy, St. Patrick's par:: ish, May 14. AURORA Mrs. Jennie Dis=ell, 55, 660 Wood- ]awn avenue, St. Peter's parish, .'lay 11. Nicholas Frisch, Sr., 84, 652 High sLreet, St. Joseph's parish. May 13. Mrs. Margaret Marx Hermes, 65. Route 8. Our Lady of Good Counsel parish. May ]2. Josephine Schorr, 69. 452 S. Spencer slreet, Our Lad:," of Good Counsel par- ish, .May 11. BELVIDERE Jo Marilyn Dwan, ll-months. St. James' parish, .May 11. EAST DUBUQUE Win. Jobgen, 6t, St. Mary's parish. May 7. Godfried Ramaker, 61, St. Mary's parish, May 15. GALENA Miss Mary Jane Jones. So. Bench street. St. Michael's parish. May 11. McHENRY Thomas McNally, 77, St. Patrick's narish, May 9. POLO John Morris Costello, , Brookvtlle St. iary's parish, funeral servJce May 15. ROCHELLE Miss Jennie Bowler, 6, Cherry av- enue. St. Patrick's parish, May 13. ST. CHARLES Mrs. Marie Van Leuven, 49. St. Pat- rick's parish. May 10. May their souls rest in peace. FARNHAM FURRIERS CLEANERS Tailors 23 W. THIRD ST. PHONE 215 STERLING Page Three Crown May Queen At De Kalb Parish DeKalb--The ceremony of crown- ing Our Blessed Mother as Queen of May took place at St. Mary's church Sunday afternoon, May 7. All of the children of the parish school took part in the procession. which started at the school and proceeded to the altar of 3t. Mary's church. Edward Nicolini carried the large banner with the school colors and a picture of the Blessed Virgin. He was assisted ny George Pavelich, John Hutton. Charles O'Brien and Gerald Butler. Jane Courtney was queen of the procession and carried the cro:n of lilies of the valley which ws placed on the head of the statue of Mary, Queen of May, during tb.e singing of "Behold a Queen of Angels." Jane. Farley, Elaine Men- raven, Virginia Wiltsie and Gladys Sullivan were flower girls. The Rt. Bey. Msgr. J. A. Solon. pastor, delivered the sermon and presided at Benediction of tile Most Blessed Sacrament which concluded the services. Much credit is due the Sister. of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, teachers in the school, for !e splendid training given the children. Members of St. Mary's troop of Boy Scouts attended the annnal scout rally held recently at St. James Pro-Cathedral, Rockford. Although London is the largest city in the world, it has no sky- scrapers. 1HI 4F$_" #$ HARVARD Auto Service Ferrls Bros. 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