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PAGE 10 THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1961 St. Anthony Alumnae Phm Banquet-Tea ROCKFORD--John B. Ander- son, representative from the 16th congressional district, will be guest speaker at the annual 13 spring banquet sponsored by St. Anthony Alumnae associa- tion in the Grand ballroom of the Faust hotel. Dinner will be I served at 6:30 p.m. and the ' . I 11 ~II Rev. Lawrence London. hospl- [ 1 ~ tal chaplain, will give the invo- [ cation. [ ELGIN--The Rev. William, D. Ryan, assistant at St. Alexis, Dr. R. G. Smith will act as [Bensenville, will speak on 'The Ecumenical Council" at the toastmaster. Among the guests [Elgin deanery open meeting of the Diocesan Council of Catholic of honor will be Dr. E, T. Leon- ]Women Monday, May 22, at 8 p.m. in St. Laurence parish hall. ard, staff president; Mrs. P. ~Mrs. Joseph A. Smith, Elgin deanery president, urges all women Smith, A 1 u m n a e president: lot every parish in the deanery to attend. Miss Antoinette Rotolo, 1961 [ Father Ryan 'is a native of[~ class president, and Dr. James Chicago anti was ordained' at o 1 i c univ^rsi"" ^r ^ . : : H. Topp, chief of staff. the age of 40 for the Johet din- Wn~hinatnn D C .: : Banquet co-chairmen are the . t~ L.y U J~,lll~liUd :: / . cese Founder and chanlam of ~;: :: """ s s c- e a " "" ] " ' Fath r . . ~:::: : . lVllS e i%utn iyl Lan na Mary -iii)j~:~2= [tthehSe~:a aClU: ::rvI:):?2sgea ?~;lwriter ein sP;:ta~;nriie2~ ~i;]2 I~ : ~inmk's CD 2~ldtt~;sic~hn c 1D~'d'~e PRESENT GIFTS--The Most Rev Loras T. Lane, guest of honor at a recent meeting of the Iand CFM chaplain, and ,s pres-i;~V:rd as a~rn:~ldar~vLntelil~ge~:: II :~:~i GLr ;e %tmiithl dloS:p~ CiC~e~/ diocesan association of the Women's Catholic Order of Foresters, receives a spiritual bouquet [ [been a teacher and was a lay ~ ~~i::i ~,~ r c' ~n:,~11~,~ ~, ~,~ from Shirley Bueldey, junior member of St. Rita court, Sterling, and a check for the seminary / ~~ Imissi nary in Japan for two ]~ ~~!ii:.ii ~r.~=o~h.~;.~ ~;~;. fund from Mrs Emily Beseh of Aurora, treasurer of the association The seventh diocesan con- [ ~~ lyears. He has also traveled in ~*~ ~ " - :~::::::: "'" terence was held in Sterling. [ ~~ [Europe, the Near East and the s The ,:nnualh spring] ,tea the I ~iiii::i~~~ l Orient. PLAN TEA AND BANQUET--Wednesday, May 24, is the day . anae cl y w'" oc m irom 2 I . . [ iii iiii!ii[ I His avocation is writina and for the annual spring tea and banquet sponsored by St. Anthony to 4 p.m. at St. Anthony School lVlother.Dau .hterlnome ~weet Home [ ~!iiiii~i~i~!~ [he has published~many ar'ticles Hospital Alumnae association, Rockford. Among those work- of N.urs!ng Miss Julie Flana- I I~i::i~~ [and several booklets Some of ing on arrangements are (1 to r) Miss Sharryn Roach,~ pro- [gan is cnmrman of me aurar. ~' his h h gram Mrs Joseph Puckett, pubhetty, and Miss Mary Rink, Breakfast Set '1' --. I I+ pub cations ave been for ; " " [ I ILYl-i l ll llltlllll~ IIIIIU I~~~ I children and over 250,000 of co-chairman of the banquet, [~=ol-.~ "~l.-. 1 l DIXON --The Altar and[ ]~~.~~ [these have been sold His latest ~.~t~ttblt .LVJ.elU~51~V~ Rosary society of St. Patrick[ About this time of year, agents which directly cause di-] ~~~ [booklet' is called Eeumenieall~T ' . 2L -.1 L [ =~ll~t~t[~t~t~lMt~tl~t'~l~wrr'H ~n~ l" parish is sponsoring a mother[men and women stumble out- seases of plants, Free says. are[ ~l~~ [Councils, a scholarly and read- ur mg ~tuuent ~/ll[ tteure and dau-hter Communion ld rs like bears from hiberna-]fungi bacteria, and viruses] ~~ lane contribution on a complexlr~ ~ ]~ g~$] ~ ! ~ '~"U~HBE"D In - ' ' " ub'ect ~ ~ r,~t) i ~ o.-~lster ivl. v v tion Only bears I think yawn Trouble is you can't rush your[ ~~ Is J . tnecelv s . wa a [ a4 breakfast Sunda Ma 28. All UUeddln ~ members of thee' sorter" andlstretch and scratch themselveslplants to the nearestclinic[ = - - I I I I~,d ,~1 ~,J ' " z I ' . - I . "/-- I ~OUl~ro~l) -- A bt. Anmonyt ~ ~ lvlary s ~.Ollegt] 1o1 wom~ll itL l~g- - and go off in search of honey, xou're the Doc theirlalumnae " I1 tt .M 0I N1 I,I "%. /AT ,i their daughters will receive " ' ~1~I~tI~ ~ 1~ tre Dame, Ind for the last 27 Holy Communion at the 8 am for wnatever, l~ is nears eat. I r ung~ cause rusts, powaery/ ~ ILead NCCW Ihospltal school of nursing semort 1~ ~ I,ears has announced she will M~ ' '1 Humans aren't t h a t ~mart i mildews, rots and wilts Bac-[ J [student, Miss Mary Alice Walsh, 1 AURORA -- Miss Ann Van Ham ~nd J ; ' v -~ h~ A~.; ~+ t-1,-~ ~ " "s" ' [ The Rev Wl'l'a D R an [Wh m Y hg S contest award prese:ted at the 2 nala s'ieg'ei'er in sacred ~e'r' ~arish Human come out of hlberna tema ~s re pon ~ble fol f 1 r e was the rec~ptent of an essay apr, ~s The men of the parish will s ' . s,- ' ' lot the institution in August serve breakfast in the school tt~;'$vel[mesd hWi;he lh es, sr:ke:' b1~::'t~hi~2e tft/ioeut:' V';:sa:: ently assistant director of vo- or roup v~g,~.~"~.'~.~'~:r~$ The Holy Cross nun who is in- dining room following Mass.[,",P 't ~' F[ cations. [ ~ . lr .~. . [Third District Nurses' associa-] ' ~ " ' [ternationally known as an edu- wheelbarrows trash burners tlKe peacn yellows, po[a~o Gt- . ROCK gAkL$ -- Miss Karen Ann Rake- Mmes. John Boward. John C.[ ", ~ . . t l:l t ] After receiving his A.B I/t~ l~[~e [tion annual banquet held in thels,~,w ana ua~rv ~. ,twin i, s, ~narew[eator, poetess and lecturer, an- Huyett, Jean r r y e, Richard I"Z )vim ma~ starry-eyed loo~:[~ea~e~, ~ z moba~c, e e. ~ /M.A. and M. Ed. degrees at l [Elks club Ma'" 11 T;e ~'resenta-[C~urc"' May ~. . [nounced her retirement at the Callahan and Bryant Diehl arelwmcq comes xrom con~emp~at-I Need Nutrition [Loyola university he received] NOTRE DAME,Ind. -- T~.voI n[.s" r~o~{,of h.~rl,W ~sru cKo~-m~'~s~l'~ ~;~c~:]annual faculty dinner inLeMans in charge of breakfast plans, mg au mose sees catalogs. Nutrition figures, too, india degree of Licentiate in Sa- women from the ttocKmra am-l~"i '~ = ~tied ~"~Wh "I n~ri, ~. Hall at the college on May 13. Actually gardening is a nlantsde,rived of nitrooenlcred Theology from the Cath- cese will serve as discussion[contest ent y e t,' Y ,T.~.~ ~ ~.~.~. ~*~+; +~ 1 . f ~ I~ I UIJUI~l IllE:I. ~UlILIIII~GI~.~IIJII, LII~ i, or Isna e and a delusion- regard-lpotash or phosphorous have a/ ]lea ers for two of. the fourI 114 - [enrollment, teaching staff and Iless of what those seed cata-lhard time of it "Unfavorable[r~, ~1 iE%~youps schedule9 at !heI ~----~- [ ~ ~txat~zo ]number of buildings at the col- logues and packets say Plants water rel t'o ' r~ccw r e g i o n a i maaersnip URORA Newl le ed " l "~I,-,10'1 .1 " alns can produce[,~lll~tll~lP~ Hlfl~l(~ [ [ ~---::-2-- [ A -- y e ct [lege have trebled. Shehasbeen l'Ulll~llgltl.kllfl~/IILP lare subject to more diseasesl ~, ,~; ~+ ,~,~++~.|, to~,t.~.o --- -~- Itraming insutute at ~t. ~vlarYl =- ';: -: :- : ,=:-- I - - - ' / - - " . I than Job in his prime. [:,~t~ in "a ~ l;2 a~nd ~'%los~;m~[ ------ !college June 4 to 6. They are l ~;~ ImIicers of St. Ann society otjactlve m me ~nrlsuan bmlure ROCKFORD-- S~ster M. Vlr-[ In lants a~ in humans IP P~ ,-. s i-I,~ ~,~ IMrs. Edward G Sliney, st l ]Sacred Heart church were hon-[m vement' the?~sterfyrmauon ginia, O.P formerly a teacherl, - : lena ro~ m tomatoes. ~empera-[~.21JIEbll lJ.%~U~IU; Iv :~h ~'"~:- o~.:'l ~~i~ I !program ann also estaoiisnea a ~. S~ T,~ ~s sch ~l ~r~ hA|" prevenuve mectlelne is t n eIture and how do you control[ 1 ! ~awl~,lce pcui~,~igm, ~tU'l ~~i~ Ioreo a~ the a n n u a l' springt,~ n, .~ ~,-h ~,l ~ th,~,1, for Fate/o;t~e=staff o'~St"~l~omas/answer. (If it weren't, h o w that: also "'has a direct influ-t JOLIET -- The Sisters of St. c ag province director on theI ~~~ ]luncheon held recently in thel~e~[~;us an'dVthe" la~,~"a; the high school, died May 16 inlC. uld hardwa.re stores, gardenlence on disease organisms. [Francis of Mary Immaculate]~atmnal Cob?ell of Catho!ic[ ~~: ~~ [school hall. The Rev. Leonard]collele. Mercy hospital, Chicago. Sisterl,Sn ps' nurseries an~.supermar-[ The occurrence of a wet sea lure sponsoring an ope~ housel~:ntenE n%a:lqa~,~n; s~trS-Pet~e;] ~~i [Guzzardo, pastor of S acre d[ Sister Madeleva said after her left Rockford during the 1920's !~ers unloact an ma~ sitar.) Is o n is frequently disastrous fat melr momernouse, ~t. rran-I . . ;. ~ ' ', I I ~ u--.;n .~^ ^,^ ~-." "2 ,- : ~ ,-, 2, 'lois convent at 520 PlainfieldIpansn rtocKmrowoman s eal-I [rteart, ana me l~t. ~v. lvlsgr Itec~ten~t:n~ ~nc wxxt uevu~e ,rex rtequ~em iytass was n e l d r VlrOlltne,t s s~o,e t xree szy ~nct mere goes a ~ :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :.:::::':" =========================== . Thursdayin the motherhouse[ As w i t h humans, environ-ldearly-cherished myth." "IftAve. (Route 30, May 21 fromlt F::r ThceonOcb:;;:yr" ~,orksho s! ~ IF. F. Connor spoke briefly and :fdf:r~ti: thae;at~set;: C:rlr~h? 1 to 4 m Thou h all are wel p con ratu n chapel at Sinsinawa Wis fol-lment also plays a ~art accord-[rain makes flowers beautiful] p. g - "; " : [ g lated the ew officers ,~. c ,~.^ ~r ~. c, lowed by burial in the convent[ing to Montague Free author of pray; why doesn t it pour on[come, ~nterested youn~ ladwslwfll d!scuss the Person ~ P.er-] ! [ Mrs Stanley Balt is presi-] " ' - ",' aria iris o~ m~.n SChOOl age son Apostolate, t n e famlty .::::::. ::: :: :::: cemetery. Imy garden book. Organisms orlme. [ . g. ] " i ldent" M r s Victor Bacidori ~ I Other ~eriou~ disea~e~ a c |w~th their parents will ee thUS[Apostolate, me t~ o m in u n ltyI I ' " 'l 'l',rt l~g/~ ~1~1~O#~? ~--------- I "~ ~vice president" Mrs Ioseph Ze ~" -~ ,~,~,~ ~.~,--t~.~.~,~-- / -- u, u, A.~ ~ ~ --- ! Icordin~ to Free =r~ cahb"~r~ -otlgIven an opportunity to ~ecomel~postolate ana tne worla Apos-[ "l ./ I b tt flu flu I1UP x blurt I land black le~, beetant~hr~,ose[more acquainted with religiousltolate. The "What and How" oft /fran, secretary; and Mrs. Wal-I STERLING-- The Altar and ] Come in now and see our new complete ~;~:~:~'>i ~ I/and pea bli;t~t Lack of'~"s'uit [life. [the conference will be explain-] Mi-sMar" Alice Waish /ter Sibenaller, treasurer. Mrs.lRosary society of Sacred Heart ! ~.electio~n, of Springand.SummerDresse, -(~i} !fable crop rotation" can cause[ Guests will be conducted ed by Irma Piepho, NCCW ad-I ~ " ]Anthony Rukas, Tehrmg. presl-[parish elected the following I ~oats, r~aysults. ~unsults an~ L~ress up ~ t ~d~'~' I/~,~. ~ +. ~ ~^ ,9, --~./throu~h the various buildin~s ministrative assistant and the[Should Join My Professionalloent, was presentea a gut. new officers at its May meet- I and Play Clothes. <.["~ ,'2~ |[.~ i i ,~ ~bv the candidates and Junior Very Rev. Msgr. Clarence D. Nursing Organizations " [ ling" Mrs R o b e r t Hondley, ] We,Specialize in First Co.mmunion and ~-42 ~ !]r;?~n~d'einhini'u'ms-There"are/Sisters. The tours will includewhite, assistant general secre-t A daughter of the Keronltwin sister, Margaret Ann, and[president; Mrs. Ruth Steinh~ D attvtty uut]tts I I " " ~ N - ~ . [also damnin~ off m" h~i ~a visit to the postulate Junior- tary of the NCWC, will speaklWalshes St. Mary parish, Dur-Ia younger sister Julia, are also[gen vice president Mrs. C ~ I ~|l It,| ~l |~,mffi ~.~ [~~ liter rust ~iris'leaf's~,ot~ ~,each[ate the aspirancy, the'College on "The Idea of Vocation." [and Mary Alice graduated fromlenrolled as students at the St. la 1 d Shinvill, secretary; a~'~- | ~|| ~|| ~|ll]~ ~ ~~L~,~ ![o.~ ~n'd ~ wh~l, ~i:~l~nv[and various other places of in: Among the diocesan womenlDurand high school, where she I Anthony hospital school of nurs-[Mrs. William Arnold, treasur- o ~ a -- ! |~L~ |1~ J||~r ~k'~ ~ ,/of blights wilts and rots [terest. who will attend the institute was a member ot the Natmnal ing. [er. I,are Mrs Timothy Sulhvan St Honor socmty and the rec~pient ,INFANTS TO PRE~TEENS ~"~ I] 'It ~s necessary to empha-] Benediction of the Blessed ",: .I . ], ------------==, ', ~ Mar5 Sterling president of the~of the D A R awald for being ,CHUBBIES --- HUSKIES ~l I/size, Free warns, that spray- /Sacrament will be he,d at the .'. " ]| ~]~~~- RockfordPloza EX9-1;14 ~~ I[ing and dusting are preventive[outdoor shrine on the campusDCCw, and Mrs. Ambrose]themostoutstandingsenigrgir!.l~ ~~v l Open Evenings Till 9 .~;~]l I/and not curative measures." [for those who wish to attend. Herms, St. Andrew parish,1 AtSt. Anthonys she~ssonau-/i | I ~This will be at about 3'15 p m Rock Falls national chairman~ty prefect a member of the stu-ll ~ I 1 ) I~I lh~{~2 l ~ ~,~ore rromems . I " " h I 1" " ~ At; k ~ ~ A ttt~ ~ t;~t " [ A i 1 [------ of the Rural Life committee of dent council, and of t e 1 roots I It s . . . . . . For I S ttnlsmu tltudeotplant Jl INI M[ ]]~IIIKI~ - I. . - [~r~r 1 t-~. 7111" NCCW . ]Student Nurses' association. Herll I'-- - -- I '~vz z~'~v ~ ~ /diseases wasnt enough to eon-/HO ~fl .'~lriI~lfllP,~ " I f J I .IN DOWNTOWN FREEPORT I-. . - I ,[tend with, Free introduces par-|,II lira r |1,IllilK3Wq III Tilt o,tl TVVN i/asites and insects -- /1 4 ,o c c r" K,/IN: / . . II Italian Foods 1111 tti411 .L X.~ J. u~u~ J L,t.~.~" ~JaL,LrlJ i~enemies,v he calls them. l~j~, .l~, L~s~.~ I t/~~' a~l o. . IIIliENIMMIII ~1 i "Th, BEST Is None Too Good For YOUR Children"I! There are sucking and chew-/ ~0T~E DAME Ind--Desig- ~[ ~ I . ~ ~'~2~". illtl~k~'At ~ll ' K~ ~ [ " r ' ' ~ea roo.s INFANTS CHILDRENS ~UB.TEENS |,rag insects who feed openly or]nat, ino May as the month for FOR MEMORY I,I~innnA~ I f"t~t~Y"~.4~ ll;ltl~il VIEtl Bo 's Sizes To Ye rs ~" I ~I ~I~IIIII~IIIIN~ ," :=. o [feed under cover. Sneaks bspecially intensive alumnae " - I Chid, en IIIIIIII' V'II ~rlQrion Wl~$$er, uwner [ ,+ IlSome atfaek indiseriminately,lsolicitation, St. Mary co1 egeIll X, "11' I II a.d Pizza ,ays hi e s me chomp on h a sselected 59 outstanding " ' * Served ,at Table or Carry-Out I to an ox .o or oo"o " Tire, * Bo,Ses * Hordworo [Iprobosei at the iris. Some, like[haustive, class-by-class, fund- ~.~] [~r~ Ill ,~l~.~k ~ i~)' I ~ ~ ~1) 2.-;--" y' --~ " - I a AiD 2 5~15 lOt~ E 3te nenson .~i~l~ a F.rm Sun-li.s II root lice and gall makers, work[raising effort based on a plan ~~ III -Z'~=lgg" f!! I " P I -, i~ . .-. . "= .- II completely out 6f sight. "Very/never used by theinstitution III " " I Ii Ill " KacK ore rOla| ~ II . i " 1 I ~ ~ 1 I I ~'~ "" . .m~/ .~ ,I]ai ticult to control tnese," Free|before. . -" Iti .'; ]~pt R.J. Tikelsky, Owaer II says. [ Among ~he cla%:ge;twS ~ho~- FLACHTEMEIER I[I : ;,II Prey on Plants len to wo k on t n " ,u Ill Snnrl'inn [4t nd -" "-" Mr. etrit II Critters which nrev on nlants |raising plan are Miss Virginia .'"unum~qY-" r~:' I[I / ! li ~- -- a~ 1 I:. I'1. ~rown-~w, PI. erown UwMel~ . , Free says, range from micro-[Bittorf and Mrs. Tim Sulhvan, so; s. As.m, ,o,'1-1,11 I! ,B s,t~, I ',~ I Servie, iIsco ic eel worms ver dams ]both of Sterling tt ttPORT ILLINOIS I/ P -- P I . 'Z ] . P . ( Y g" J ,~a ~. ~repnenson--rreeyrr , [ling? to nematodes, rabbits and/ MFII~ IlI~' ~11~ IPt I/mines. (~ could tell him a few/lug, thinning, soil preparation, [[things about the neighbors [fertilizing, snipping, pinching, T T3 1DATTI~I~I'~ ~~ k~II}PMY ~ ~.Ii~TA~M IMP #'---- I--&-- B '-IJ:---- |~---- %.-- Jldogs t00' ; .~ /~.u~vortln nn' ~ ~.runln~,n " tr J lJ-, I zlk.~ .~ l.dl%kJ~J ~ X axJ, vn -- ,~ ~,v~, r~ ,wv,-,r ,~, II And bees,Free says, do/ Me, I'm going to invest in r ~.;;d ~ ;886 Tele hone" ADams 27132 " " ot ' 1 v " MT. MORRIS PHONE 4-4716 I] her things than po tinate and[several dozen artificial j o b s '[make honey. They also distri-/These I can stick into the ""F;:lr, p:?n?::l;'Hg,;;:Za' ~;EEP;;~PI~LS;;O;;" GUSTAFSON & SCHiNK, INC. ~ -- -- -- ~ I bute fire blight /ground year after year " Phone 136 Elizobeth [HARIF% z I And this isn t all Garden-i Root borers, plant lice, ne- Pemlly I l~irs~-.--~ a ~nio~mentt ing means p]antirN, transp]ant-[matodes -- you're welcome. 'St.the Chorle$ THURS. U 5 SUPER KEMTO:E RUBBER WALl. PAINI Memoriol Works 7 P:M. 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