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THE OBSERVER June 11, 1936 ::iii [ Fodor Jewelry Store i:<.: "  Clock Repairing F-: !b/ V : At easonable Prices :-:'  63 MAIN ST. AURORA, ILL, Wallpaper and Paints Furnaces  Sheet Metal CHAS. E. DE WALD 07 Beach 81:. Phone 8053 AURORA, ILL, Flowers, Plants & Floral Designs Flowers for the Party, Sick Friend or Expression of Sympathy 10 FOX STREET PHONE 2-3115 THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR DEVONSHIRE'S EARTH SALTS Mineral Elements for the Human Body. If you are sick--see what it will do for you. M.fgd. by-- F. S. POWERS K CO., Not Inc.. CRYSTAL LAKE, ILL. MALCOR ROOFING CO. "A Roof For Every Type of Building ASBESTOS SIDING Long Term Financing If Desired 219-225 Woodlawn Ave. Ph. 6479 The Home of GOODRICH SAFETY SlLVERTOWN TIRES, TUBES and BATTERIES, One Stop Service CHARLES MORLEY PHONE AUTO SUPPLY.. - 4848 100 SOUTH RIVER STREET NEED MONEY? A Friendly Loan Service To Pit Your Needs CITIZENS LOAN TRUST 100 MAIN ST. PHONE 8748 A Locally Owned Institution PATRONIZE OBSERVER ADVERTISERS COMPLETE APPLIANCE AND RAOIO SERVICE Terms- Trial -- Trade'In Open Evenings AURORA THE OBSERVER SHOPPING GUIDE_ 00AURORA MR. AND MRS. SHOPPER  The Observer recommends this tndexeo list of business people for your needs. As leaders in their various lines, they are well equipped to giveyou excellent service. Give them a trial and 8how your appreciation, fOr they are co-operating with us In giving YOU a fine publication. Burial Vaults John I-L Armbruster & Co Monarch VauRi Building Materials Telephone 2-2908 723 SO. LASALLE STREET 'Coal, Gravel Feltes Coal & Gravel Co. Quality Fuel Prompt Delivery No. Aurora, Ill. Ph. 23971 i Dairies /[URORA DAIRY COMPANY HI-GRADE DAIRY PRODUCTS Offices: 65 South Lake St. "Tb, Bright,st S i. rb Milky Way" OATMAN'S GOOD MILK Ii!!!!i o..o..,o.. KmrrH BROS. ii: "Painti and ueCOratleg 306 S. Union St. Phone 8045 ...... Druggist The Rexall Stores Free Delivery HARTZ DRUG STORES Aurora Nat'l Bank Bldg.. Dial 4460 40 S. River St. Dial .2-2421 HENKE DRUG STORE Prescriptions Our Specialty 67 S.Broadway Phone 2-0444 Electrical "WIRE MAY THAT AL MAY WIRE" AL MAY ELECTRIC WIRING AND LIGHTING FIXTURES 61 FOX STREET PHONE 4282 _ Fish, Beverages FISH. Extra Fine Cheese. Dellcacie& Beer. Beverages. Phone 20494 8-10 S'. River Floor Coverings PENCE.ARBEITER CO. P, dkRPETe -- LINOLEUM WINDOW SHADES 8 Fox ;treet TelePhone 5873 Flowers MARTEN'S GREENHOUSE FLORAL DESIGNS Cut Rowers and Potted Plants Cot. State and Parker PHONE 9753 Peter A. Freeman -$$ Cedar St. Phone 7812 Funeral Directors CORCORAN FUNERAL HOME Ecellent Ambulance Service -- RapiO and Satllfactory .... Beautiful New Home 220 N. LAKE ST. GEO. M. BOYLE FUNERAL HOME Phonek 7382-8056 238 Downe PI. AMBULANCE SERVICE Fuel DAN LILLEY COAL CO. 169 Woodlawn Ave. Telephone 8028 Gasoline, Oils BARREN (.I' SANDERS CORYELL PRODUCTS Money Back Guarantee Best Parking Lot by the Dam Site 33 Galena Blvd. Grocery and Meats COOPER BROS. GROCERY, MEATS AND WOODENWARE 50-52 S. Broadway Free City Oelivery Phone 4238 Monuments A. F. LOHMANN & COMPANY HIGH GRADE MONUMENTS 742 So. Lincoln Avenue Office 7270- P'hones -- Res. 6496 Office Supplies Greeting Cards Office Suppl BOOKS AND BIBLES PARAMOUNT STATIONERS Phone 9309 Office Supplies 24 Fox Street Paints, Wall Paper J. D. RICE & SON PICTURE FRAMING AND GREETING CARDS 38 So. River St. Photographer THE FOX STUDIO Photographs of Distinction 217 Main St. Phone 7600 Plumbing-Heating MEYER & REAVELL "A Firm You Can Depend On" Telephone 2-0677 209 MAIN STREET CLOGGED SEWERS Cleaned without digging by new elec- tric machine wlth revolving knives. One Irice $10. RUDDY BROS. 65 S, LA SALLE ST. PHONE 8691 CLARENCE S. RUDDY TIMKEN OIL BURNERS AND WATER SOFTENERS 14 FOX Street Telephone /363 Sheet Metal JOHN /L GENGLER Furnaces -- Air Conditioning 63 S. River Phone 8127 Professional Services Dr; C. N. Johnson Specialist in Fitting Glasses 28 FOX STREET AURORA OPTOMETRIST For GLASSES... Dr. F. Stanley Leverich Optometric Eye Specialist 304 Keystone Bldg. Aurora DI W. I-L LYSNE Radlonlcs Kxly Basic Technique 14tb Year In Chiropractic Batavia 1244 PHONE Aurora 2-2104 Aurora Office. 324 let Nat'l Bk. Bldg. PATRONIZE OBSERVER ADVERTISERS and Vicinity The picture shows part of a ship- ment of ancient handwriten tomes and early printed books, dating back to the invention of printingand be- fore, from the library of St. Mein- rad's Abbey near Evansville, Indi- ana, motherhouse of the Benedictine Fathers of the faculty which were displayed among the scholastic ex- hibits in the gymnasium on the first American "Youth Citizenship Day." Sunday, June 7, at Marmion Military academy, Aurora, Illinois, the only Catholic military school in" the Mid- dle West. Heavily insured, the priceless package was taken from the express car, under guard of Citer Motorcycle Patrolman Irvin Eggestein and State Highway Patrolman -Jobxt Lawson, to the vault of the Merchants Na- tional bank, where it was received (lower left) by C. W. Ross, pres- ident, for safe-keeping until the ex- hibit opened. At the lower right the books are shown being examined in the office of Conrad M. Bjorseth, Aurora mayor. Left to right are seen Elmo Day, mayor's secretary, Miss Florence Stone, another city em- ployee; Mayor Bjorseth; Clarence J. Ruddy, chairman of the Aurora Youth Citizenship Day committee, and Police Chauffeur Richard Nurn- berg. The collection was loaned by the Rt. Rev. Ignatius Esser, O.S.B., St. Meinrads' Abbot. At the top, from left to right, are shown, first row: a wormeaten hand- written Hebrew manuscript, pre- scribing the celebration of the re- ligious rites of Jewish synagogues in Italy, dating from the 8th cen- tury; "Navum Festivale," a hand- written and beautifully illuminated NOTE BOOK I (Continued from page 1) accustomed him to face danger and gave him that fearlessness without which no man of action can hope to succeed. It taught him to reach quick decisions and to rely on his own judgment. It trained him to keep his own counsel and to speak little and think much. It gave him, above all, his love of the open air and of healthy exercise." Scholarly Achille Ratti stepped onto the theatre of international affairs in 1918 when he was made Apostolic Visitator to stormy post- war, Bolshevist-threatenod Poland. The work of this little known book- man In Poland attracted such favor- able comment that soon he was made Papal Nuncio and shortly thereafter Archbishop of his native Milan and Cardinal. Then came his election to the Papacy in 1922, and the rest of his story is well known. The Pope, although touched byl the passage of the years, is still in I good health. He no longer takes the t strenuous exercises that were his i wont a few years ago, and, as might I be expected, tires rather more eas- ily than he did before. Still he suf- fers from no constitutional malady and, as Mr. Cortesi remarks, his ptep is still light, his hands are firm and his gestures energetic and decided. Church High School Pupils Win Honors In State Essay Contest Brooklyn. Norman Noble, a sen- ior in Brooklyn preparatory school, conducted by the Society of Jesus, has been awarded the first prize of $50 and a gold medal awarded in a state-wide essay contest conducted by the Sons of the Revolution in the State of New York, it has been an- nounced. The subject was "*The In- dians of New York State During the Revolution." Second prize was awarded to Mary E. Gillen, of the Academy of St. Jo- seph, Brentwood, L. I., and third i prize went to Margaret Byrne, of St. [ Agnes' Academic school, Collegel Point, L. I. Four out of 10 honorable I mentions also went to Catholic school pupils. Exhibit Ancient Bo&s at Youth Citizensh'p Day manuscript of a choir book used in their chant by 13th century Bene- dictine monks during the celebra- tion of Mass; and, "Polyglot 'Our Father'", a beautifully, and even amusingly, illustrated reproduction of the Lord's Prayer, edited by Al- bert Durer and printed by J. Stunts, one of the first Benedictine printers, who superseded the monks who, for thousand years had been labor- iously copying books by hand in their monastic "scriptoria," (writing rooms), printed in 1515 in Latin, Chaldaean, Danish, Hebrew, Phnoe- clan, ancient Gothic, Japanese, Ti- betan, Javanese, ancient French, Spanish, Italian, German and other languages; second row: a Hebrew handwritten parchment scroll re- counting the story of Esther, dating from the 13th century; "Stellarum corone benedicte Marie Virgine" . .. Peibart ("Of the stars in the crown of the Blessed Virgin Mary"), print- ed by Oswald Pelbart in 1501, one of the finest extant examples of the printing and binding of that early age when parchment backings were still used and from which Father Placidus at St. Meinrad'g has ex- tracted priceless manuscript frag- ments, some of which will be includ- ed in the exhibit; "Expositio mys- terioru misse," by Gulielmus Gonda, ("An exposition of the mysteries of the Mass" by William Gonda), print- ed in 1496; an illuminated geometry, according to Euclid, parchment bound and tied with silk strings, printed by John /Baptist Ciotti at Colonia, Italy, in 1594, with which some unknown high school student of the si:teenth century wrestled; and "Summa Angelica de casibus coffsciente," secundum Sanctum Thu- man ("Extract from the Angelic compilation concerning cases of con- science" by St. Thomas Aquinas, the abbey's earliest printed book, which came off the press in 1491, 35 years after Gutenburg invented printing and the year before Columbus set sail from Palos, Spain, to discover America; and bottom row: copy of the netire New Testament in Latin, printed in 1548, which was the per- sonal property of Desiderius Eras- mus of Holland, the most brilliant scholar and most important rand pas- sionate leader of "Humanism," the revival of learning, under the Rn- aissance, and precursor of the Prot- Graduate 46 PulSils From Holy Angels Aurora. Rev. M. A. Kissane, pas- tor of St. Rita's church and diocesan director of Holy Name societies, gave a commencement address to a class of 46 pupils of Holy Angels church in the parish hall last Mon- day evening. Rt. Rev.. Msgr. F. F. Conner,. pasor, distributed the dip- lomas. A class play, "Sunny of Sun- nyside," featured the program. MARRIED AT AURORA Miss Catherine E. Laden, daughter of Air. and Airs. John Laden, Aurora. and Harry J. Joseph Lorenz, sOn of .Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Lorenz. were married June 6 at St. Mary's church. The Rev. Charles Kelly officiated a HOLD PRETTY MAY CROWNING AT ST, MARY'S Aurora.--The annual May Crown- ing of the Blesse(j Virgin took place in St. Mary's church, Aurora, on Sun- day afternoon, May 31. The chil- dren of the parish school took part in the procession and the music was rendered by the Senior Choir of Madonna High school. Gladys Keating was in charge of the crowning ceremony and was as- sisted by Mary Frances Levi and Mabel Heitz as maids of honor, with Barbara Buckberd carrying th crown. The musical program of the Ma- donna choir, with Sister Mary Lau- desia as director and Sister Mary Engelburga as organist, was as fol- lows : Litany of the Blessed Virgin O Salutaris . . . Tantum Ergo . . and the Divine Praises (J. Sing- enberger) Maiden Mother, Meek and Mild. In the sermon preached on the occasion, Right Reverend Monsignor F. F. Conner, pastor of Holy Angels Church, Aurora, paid a most elo- quent tribute to the Blessed Virgin Mary and urged both the children and the large crowd of adults in at- tendance at the services to be ever faithful to her service. IFather R. P. rD0n0van Sings First Mass at St. Mary's on Sunday Aurora.--The Reverend Robert P. Donavan, son of Mrs. Cecilia Dona- van, and the late John H. Donavan, of 463 Jackson Street, Aurora, Ill., celebrated his first Solemn Mass at St. Mary's Church, Aurora, on Sun- day, June 8, at 9:15 o'clock. The Rev. Chas. R. Kelly, pastor of St. Mary's, was assistant priest, the Rev. L. J. Franey, deacon and the Rev. J. T. Lynch of St. Joseph's Home, was subdeacon. The master of ceremonies was Mr. James Shan- chart, Jr. of Aurora, a student at Columbia College, Dubuque. The sermon was preached by the Rev. Daniel Feely of Aurora. Following the services at the church, a breakfast was served to relatives, friends and assisting priests at the Knights of Columbus Clubhouse, Aurora. Magazine to estant Refrmatin' which m00ve'l D 1 With merit he laser flenpced, remaining e a true to his Vows as a Catholic priest to which he had been ordained '00'"'urc'lbn n "---'ram 1492, the year Columbus discovered America; a small geography written by the merchant, Gerardi, and print- ed in Amsterdam, Holland, by John Fanssonius, in 1634; "Biblia Latina" ("The Bible in Latin"), printed at Venice by Simon Beuilagua, on May 8, 149g, and bound in pikskin; anc- ient fragments of parchments taken from the inside coverings of early books, printed in Venice in 1496, the dates of the fragments themselves being unknown; a vest pocket French edition of the Psalms of David, printed in 1660; and a pocket size edition of the "Holy Rule of St. Benedict," by which the Marmion Benedictine Fathers still regulate their lives, printed byJohn Crithiun in Latin, at Colonia, Italy, in 1620, and bound in piksgin and ited with green silk strings. Pupils ,Honor Pastor On His Name's Day St. Charles. A delightful program was presented by pupils of the George Rempe school of St. Patrick'S parish last Friday evening, June 5, to honor their pastor, Father Rob- ert J. Carse, on his name's day. A large gathering of parishioners at- tended the program. Greetings were extended by James Renan. the wedding ceremony. Miss Agnes D. Burrell, daughter of the Fred %V. Burrelis of Aurora. and Finton Gehant, son of Mrs. Mary Ge- hant of Aurora. were united in mar- riae Aiay 27. The Rev. Charles Kelly celebrated the Nuptial High Mass in St. Aiary's church. AURORA Assell Studio and Photo ServMe PORTRAIT AND COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTO FINISHING ROom ,52, Aiercantile Bldg. Open Sundays by Appointment TELEPHONE 9803 VERUE REDD BEAUTY SALON TRY OUR FACIALP Expert Advice 12 MAIN ST, PHONE 2-1100 Everything In CANVAS AWNINGS. Truck Covers, Slip Covers, Curtains, Etc. Repairing Service Phone 8870 806  SPENCER ST. AURORA URBAN F. FIDLER Motor Sales Telephone Aurora 5600 Automobiles and Accessories 226-30 South Broadway Aurora Where the food tastes better I BOBBITT'S I CAFETERIA I T E N M A I N S T R E E T INSTALL AN ECONOCOL STOKER in your furnace or boiler and neat your home or place of business AU- TOMATICALLY and ECONOMIC- .LLY. Phone or Write ECONOCOL STOKER DIVISION OF Cotta Transmission Corp. Rockford. IlL 2340 11th Street Main 1810 Milwaukee.--The early publication of Church Property Administration, a monthly devoted exclusively to the interests of church, and institutional property and their administration, has been announced by the Adminis- trative Publishing company here. The magazine, which it. is said, will run 52 pages to the issue and will be printed in colors, will cover, in leading articles or through de- partments, all phases of physical plant management, including besides the technical, personnel, legal and financial phases the liturgical arts and the craft of stained glass. There will be, it is announced, a consulting service in which experts in more than a dozen fields will advise subscribers on daily ques- tions arising in the management of church properties. The staff of associate editors will be under the direction of H. A. Frommelt, author of "Church Pro- perty and Its Management" and" head of the Department of Mechan- ical Engineering at Marquette uni- versity here. MAPLE PARK DEATH Henry P. McDermott, 74, of Cort- land. formerly of Chicago, died June 2. Funeral services were held in St. Aiary's church. Maple Park. June 5. Rev. Francis S. Porcella officiating. In- terment was in De Kalb. Surviving are iris widow, two daughters Airs. Gertrude Gallagher, Mrs. Rose Harris and three sons. Harry. John and Vil- liam McDermott. all of Chicago. AURORA MARRIAGE Miss Jeannette Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs: A. O. Miller. and Albert T. Wrona, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. %Vrona. were united in marriage by Rev. H. E. Ouimet. June 2. Parish Women Serve Roast Beef Dinner Dundee. The woman of St. Cath- erine's parish, here, and of St. Mary's parish, Gilberts, served a roast beef dinner in St. Catherine's church basement Saturday evening, May 16. The Rev. Thomas E. Green, pastor of both churches, was in charge of arrangements. Convict Fraudulent Advertising Solicitor Norfolk, Va. Convicted of the charge of soliciting money under false pretenses in a scheme in which he used the names of Catholic re- ligious communities and institutions as the basis of his appeal to local merchants, a man was recently sen- P. F. SCHUSTER Plumbing -- Heating 320 Rural Sreet Telephone 23449 Aurora, III. fenced in the Norfolk police court _ -_ /to six months' imprisonment. At- - ,] ter serving 10 days of his sentence, HOTEL AURDRA II the man was released on bond pend- I1 ............... I I ing an appeal to a higher court. The "Aurora's Finest" t l .".A=oa', Finest" II case was subsequently comprommed N'g  nment |lwith the man paying a fine of one il Nightly Entertainment [I  In the famous I[doliar and all court costs, and re- AURORA GRILL ROOM ]funding all money he had collected. FOR DEMOCRAC%; "'Democracy, understood s self- government, implies that the people as a whole shall rule themselves. But if they are to rule wisely, each must bein by governing himself, by performing his duty no less than by maintaining his right'."--Organized Social Justice. (N. C. W. C., Wash- ington, D. C.) St. Nicholas Parish Plans to Celebrate Diamond Jubilee Aurora.--F o r m a 1 announcement has just been made of the Diamond Jubilee celebration of St. Nicholas parish, here. In commemoration of this notable anniversary, His Excel- lency the Most Rev. E. F. Hoban will celebrate a pontifical High Mass at 11 o'clock, D.S.T., in St. Nicholas church. The silver jubilee of the ordina- tion of the Rt. Rev. Msgr. M. A. Schumacher will be commemorated at a dinner which will be served in St. Nicholas hall after the Mass. Further details of these two events will be given next week. Socialist Physician Asks Nuns Remain (Continued from page 1) a physician on the staff of the hos- pital, strongly refuted the calumnious imputations of the Socialist director. He said that "apart from political affairs, I must defend them, for their work is irreplacable." And the Sis- ters remained at the hospital, to the great joy of the patients. Even more effective was the state- ment of a physician who is chief of the Municipal Charities of Jaen. He is a Socialist, but as a physician he knows better than others the needs t of the sick and the services of the I Sisters. His Socialist colleagues I sought the expulsion of all the relig- i ious. He replied in a circular that i this as quite impossible; that his] experiences had taught him "to ad- mire the sacred ideal uf the Sisters." The Sisters have remained at their posts. Similar reports are heard daily, but good sense does not always tri- umph. Sectarianism often succeeds in depriving both children and sick of the maternal care of the religious. In some instances the substitution is ejected in an almost barbaric man- ner. Only a few days ago an attempt was made to burn the parish church of.the Angel at Madrid. The church was not greatly damaged, but the schools were almost entirely de- stroyed. Some of the Sisters were brutally mistreated, One died as the result of blows. Two other schools conducted by Sisters were also destroyed. From Missouri Customer: "I'd like to see some good second-hand cars." Salesman: "Su would I." i Omer Beal Motor Co. CHEVROLET and OLDSMOBILE SALES ANO SERVICE 12 E. STATE ST. PHONE 719 Geneva Illinois Eyes.Examined Glasses Designed DR. L. R. BUTZ OPTOMETRIST Telephone 8 South Third St. Geneva 1185 GENEVA, ILL. J. Morris & Company Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes 4 AND 6 EAST WILSON ST, Batavia, Illinois PHONE BATAVIA 1531 AURORA DEATH Mrs. Margaret Herlihy, 56, died June 7 of injuries incurred in an auto acci- dent. Funeral services were held at St. Mary's church, Aurora, Jute 10 and burial was made in Cah'ary cemetery, Sterling. The party, that Irs, Her- ]ihy accompanied, was driving to Rock- ford to witness the ordination of Fath er Robert Donovan. of Aurora. gUllglllllllllllllllllllll BATAVIA Directory Automobiles O TOM JOYCE MOTORS. INC. We Only Sell Used Cars That Are Right Phone 3010 Farm Implements C. H. FELDOTT Purina Feeds -- Fencing Well Drilling and Repairing Florist ANDREW ANDERSON Choice Cut FlowersBedding Plants Decor aligns---Palms--Ferns ShrubsBulbs Funeral Designs Delivered Anywhere TELEPHONE BATAVIA 1446 235 SOUTH BATAVIA AVENUE Opposite West Side Cemetery Fuel If It's To Be "Het" See PLUMER For FUEL Phone Batavia 1234 Funeral Directors BURNETr & JOHNSON Funeral Service Batavia, Illinois Geo. H. Burnett Norman-E. Johnson Bernard Pitz IIBIBIIIBIIIBIBIIMIIIIIIII GENEVA DIRECTORY Building Materials GENEVA LUMBER & BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO. ECONOMY COAL -- $5.50 Phone Geneva 834 530 SOUTH THIRD STREET Clothing FURRIER TAILORING Men's Quality Clothes Best Ladies' Sports Wear in the - Valley VICTOR ERDAY Home Furnishings Residence Phones: 751, 872 - Office Phone 726 J. A. Skoglund & Son Funeral Directors Monuments Phone Geneva 893 G. KARLZEN & CO. Memorials of Every Doscription 825-827 WEST STATE ST, Our Memorials Have and Will Stand the Test of Time MARENGO Directory Automobiles O KELLY Brothers , Investigate Our New Low Payment Plan. *Towing Service. .PHONE 30 Care "Your Are Always Welcome" . at THE HI-WAY CAFE Chicken and Steak Dinners At Reasonable Prices Food Stores GROCERIES M E A T S Patrick Brothers Everything In GOOD FOODS --PHONES 7S AND 76-- Funeral Director A. M. Usborne Day Phone 84 Nits Phone 49 J St. Charles Directory Automobiles 13-17 Second St. N. Phone 438 C. R. Sprier Motor Sales S a I s -- CHEVROLET -- Service Crosley Electric Refrigerators Coal-Ice W. H, Parker & Son ST. CHARLES COAL AND ICE CO. Not Inc. Phone St. Charles 57 YARD OFFICE: 11th Avenue and Great Western Tracks COAL, ICE AND WOOD Weight -- Quality -- Service Coal, Lumber M. A. JOSHEL & BROS., INC. "The Place of Reliability and Service'" COAL, FEED AND GRAIN LUMBER  BUILDING MATERIAL Phones: St. Charles 444. SL Charles 445: Geneva 738 Florist 'Where the Fine Flowers Come From" SWABY GREENHOUSES Kermlt I... Swaby. Prop Fifth Avenue Telephone 105 Garage HOTEL BAKER GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION TEXACO PRODUCTS Phone St. Charles 3120 Lumber Telephone 67 "Quality Goodl" P. S. NICHOL LUMBER COMPANY Yards Near C. & N. W. Depot .. Plumbing- Heating R. L. WAGNER Silent Automatic Oil Burners Office 54g -- Phones -- R e s. 152 112 E. Main St. St. Charles, III. PHILIP HARTER KELVINATOR -- MclLVAINE OIL BURNER 107 West Main Phone Street St. Charles 72 Gasoline, Oils McCornack Oil Company Distributors TEXACO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS 300 W, Math St. 215 E. Main St. Variety Store MARSHALL VARIETY Do Not Forget--We Can Supply All Your HOUSE CLEANING NEEDS Who Make It Possible