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s..__ A L1, ms - C athohc" College complete listing of universities, and ,-. _ , . colleges for women, dzocesaa teach- :chool Ulrectory ers' colleges and normal schools, I sue" b N., I-I r f with additional data as to the aus- , S (:i y .,. YV.t..,. pices under which they are'conduct- Washington, June 5.--Taking the ed, the courses offered, what stu- pider of the "Directory of Catholic dents are accepted, and the associa- Colleges and Schools" last published tions by which the institutions are in 1932, a new Directory pamphlet accredited. These secti0ns bring up has just been published by the De- to date the information regularly partment of Education of the Na- contained in the Directory. For the tional Catholic Welfare conference first time, the Directory contains a here. i listing of Catholic boarding dead- The new Directory contains a emies. CLASSIFIED Crystal Lake Food | I00iles I VINCENT I- McCORMICK 7. F. MEIER E.A. OERKFITZ I Dodge-Plymouth Motor Vehicles I rowing, Repairin Gasoline, Oils I " P H O N E 340 ___ NU-MODE CLEANERS AND DYERS SHOE REBUILDERS We Clean and Brighten Rugs. Drapes, Portiere. 329 R. R. ST. PHONE 85 Coal, Lumber ROSENTHAL LUMBER AND FUEL CO. The Quality Yard. PHONE 27 Crystal Lake, IlL Drugs ALTHAFER'S DRUG STORE O. I. ALTHAFER, R.Ph., Prop. rhe Home of Everything In Drugdom PHONE 232 Crystal Lake, III. WARNER' S FUNERAL HOME "Reasonable Service" AMBULANCE SERVICE , WILLIAMS PHONE 6 SHIELD OF FANCY MEATS. QUALITY GROCERIES, VEGETABLES S T 0 R E Free Delivery Service PHONES 10 AND 110 Gasoline, Oil BAUER & BAUER Distributors of Mobilgas - Mobiloil - Fuel Oil PHONE 75 Hardware Raue Hardware Co. PLUMBING and HEATING Paints and Oils PHONE 189 Meat Market WM. ALBOLD MEAT MARKET Fresh, Salt and Smoke d Meats Home Made Sausage Our Specialty Phone 409--410 Free Deliver = PATRONIZE OBSERVER ADVERTISERS MITCHELL OH%;dSt" I GULDBECK & ECKSTKOM BATTERY AND TIN SHOP I' General Contractors Startmg, Ltght,ng, Ignition f ..... Dealers in Bu Ioing Materials Sheet Metal and Furnace Work Radiator and Recore Work B 1224 EAST LINCOLN HIGHWAY I PHONE 744 DeKalb. III. Quality" Auto Parts | Fe Directors 1 Cost No Mort [ 149 North Third Street PHONE 223 DeKalb III II TELEPHONES: 196 AND 1190 " II DeKalb - - ,Illinois mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm=mmm, n_ wJr.. It. Classified J390000gl, I Uzrectory ---- Baker y - HOLLAND,BAKERY  For Bread, Roils, Pies and Cakes DANISH PASTRY Alway* Fresh Always Delicio 335 EAST LINCOLN HIGHWAY Beauty Salon FRANCINE BEAUTE SALON Just Over Fourth Street Banl MISS FRANCES HAMOUTZ A Beauty Aid for Every Need De Kalb, III. Phone 1553-R Bottling Wks. DE KALB BOTTLING WORKS Manufacturers of HIGH GRADE BEVERAGES Miller's High Life Beer Distributors -- PHONE 452 -- . Dairy MILK CONSUMERS PHONE 352 ASSOCIATION . 1132 Pleasant st, T. B. TESTED PASTEURIZED MILK AND CREAM Department Store Michael F. Malone Ladies' (1 Misses' Ready-to-Wear AND SHOES E. LINCOLN HY. PHONE 680 Dry ii-Janers YOUNGSTEAD PH?E Cleaners -- Furriers -- Tailors 414 E. LINCOLN HWY. PHONE 158 Furniture WIRTZ & WIRTZ DeKalb County Home Furnishers FUNERAL DIRECTORS Specidish In Our Fields Gasoline, Oil DeKalb Independent Oil Company Dealer In HIGH GRADE BURNING OILS LUBRICATING OILS AND GREASES Phone 99 4th E. Lincoln Highway Groceries, Meats KOACH'S FINE FOODS MARKET GROCERIES, MEATS, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Quality, Service and Satisfaction Phone 727 East Lincoln Highway Your Home Toum Merchant Meats, Groceries QUALITY L. & O. MARKET E. T. O'BRIEN, Proprietor We Know Your Food Wants 132 N. 2nd St. Opp. Egyptian Free Delivery -- Phone 346 NELSON'S I. G. A. GROCERY G. G. Nelson Druggists l Men's Wear T I L L  Riippi's Clothing Store De Kalb, Illinois  Successor to B. R. B. very lnch a Drug Store For Men and Boys Perry Still, R.Ph. Floyd Still, R.Ph. DE KALB Phone 542 ILLINOIS Florists DeKalb Greenhouses Andresen and Jensen Bros. QUALITY FLOWERS PHONE 33 DeKalb. III. Paints, Wallpaper PAINTERS SUPPLY COMPANY Wall Paper, Paint, Oil and Glass. Wholesale and Retail Paint Contractor -- Decorating of All Kinds--We Specialize tn Spray Paint- ing . Phone 423. 139 E. Lincoln rwy. mmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmml Rochelle ''s''''e" Directory Bakery M A X S O N' S The F,,, of Ba,ry BAKERY.. d, Rochelle, Ill. PHONE 239 Dairy HARMS ICE CREAM & BUTTER CO. PHONE 43 PASTEURIZED GUERNSEY MILK Gasoline, 0il GEO. WOOLLACOTT Phone 313W TEXACO SERVICE Open All Nlte SPECIALIZED LUBRICATION Free Crank Case Servlce--Car= Called For and Delivered Grocery G. R. Harrison & Son GROCERS AND... BAKERY GOODS PHONE 308-292 ,% THE @BE'RV E R " DeKalb, Rochelle, Sycamore Oregon, Polo, Woodstock , Crys;al Lake IN BUSH' BUILT IN YEAR 1856 HISTORY OF THE CHURCHES OF THE ROCKFORD DIOCESE BY THE REV. C. J. KIRKFLEET, O.Praem. ST. THOMAS CHURCH, CRYSTAL LAKE, ILLINOIS Reverend Edwin A. McCormick, Pastor The "Little Church in the Bush" hewn as the North Barrens' located four miles west of Crystal Lake was organized in 1856 by Father Mc- Mahen in Grafton Township. The early history of the "Little Church" was closely associated with St. Mary's church, Woodstock, Ill. It was organized by the same priest, and was under the care of the pas- tors in charge at Woodstock. A small building was erected which was used as a place of wor- ship until 1881. Monsignor Charles Conle's father and mother were married in the "Little Church". Charter Members The early Catholic settlers from this neighborhood were: John Mee- hart, William Kelley, Luke Cannon, James Clark, Owen Dwyer, Patrick Norton, Martin Costingan, Patrick Duffy, Thomas Goodman, John Riley, James Mountain, Edward Duffy, Dan Duffy, John Duffy, Arthur McCoy, Timothy Campion, O. S. Marrou, Pat- rick O'Brien, Patrick Siren, William O'Reiliy, John Gallagher, Mike Clark, Martin Clark, Mathew Moffett, Pat- rick Judge, Michael Coyne, Thomas McFarland, Michael Nealin, Miles Lyons, James Brannen and Michael Rapp. The following are the pastors who at stated periods had charge of this parish: Rev. Bernard O'Hara, 1855- 1858; Rev. James Meager, 1859-1860; Rev. Terrence Fitzsimmons, 1860- 1867; Rev. James M. Ryan, 1867- 1868; Rev. J. M. Reardon, the late Archbishop bf San Francisco, Cali- fornia, 1868-1869; assisted by Rev. Peter Sheedy, and Rev. J. Egan; Rev. T. Quigley, 1869-1870; Rev. Lawrence Dunne; Rev. L. T. Light- ner, 1870-1871; Rev. John Carroll, 1871-1877; Rev. Thomas F. Leydon, 1877-1885; during which period a frame building was erected at Crys- tal Lake, Illinois, which was worth approximately five thousand dol- lars, with a seating capacity of two hundred twenty-five. Build New Church The new church was called St. Thomas the Apostle. The hurch property was purchased f r o m Thomas Leonard Sr., Crystal Lake, Illinois. The charter members were John Purvey, James Brannen, Corne- lius Malone, James Kelley, Tim Kel- ley, William Clark, John McGarry, James Cannon, John Riley, Thomas Leonard, James Burke, John Calla- hart, Patrick Balestry, Thomas Good- man, James McGarry, Daniel Dully, James Goodman, John Leonard, Michael Forbes, Thomas Tiffany, Andrew Smith, Mrs. Bridget Allen, Bernard Cassidy, Phil Cassidy, Mrs. Mary Harris, Thomas Daley, William Parsley, H. Behan, Emily Behan, Mat Fitzsimmons. Successive Pastors During the years from 1885-1895 Rev. James Clancy was pastor, and Rev. H. M. Quinn, 1895-1905. In 1905 Barrington and Crystal Lake were made into separate parishes. Rev. Edward Fox, 1905-1908; now Rt. Rev. Msgr. Fox, of St. Thomas Canterbury Church, Chicago, Illinois, assumed the duties of pastor of St. Anne's Church, Barrington and St. Thomas Church, Crystal Lake. Dur- ing his regime as pastor a beautiful rectory was built in Barrington by the parishioners both of Crystal Lake and Barrington. A new furnace was installed in the church at Crys- tal Lake, after which new pews were erected, and the interior of the Church beatifully decorated by Mrs. Thomas Leonard. Rev. Maurice Dor- ney, 1908-1911; during his time meet- ings were held in Cary and Algon- quin to organize new parishes. At the creation of the new diocese of Rockford under Bishop Muldoon Rev. Maurice Dorney returned to Chicago whel'e he is now pastor at St. Lucy's church, Austin, Ill. Rev. Joseph A. J. Vollman, Rev. Thomas McGuire, Rev. Joseph Gies, and Rev. George Benedict became pastor; his reign as pastor marked the erection of a new church at Cary, Ill. After the dedication in 1913, Rev. Joseph Gies was appointed pastor. In the autumn of the same year, Rev. Jos- eph Lonergan became the first per- manent pastor of Crystal Lake, with missions at Algonquin and Dundee. His next noteworthy achievement was the erection of a church at Dun- dee in the spring of 1914. On May 20, St. Margaret Church, Dundee, Illinois, was dedicated by Bishop Muldoon with impressive ceremon- ies. From January 9, until July 6, 1914, Rev. E. A. McCormick served as assistant to Rev. Joseph Loner- gan. Coming of Father McCormick After the death of key. Joseph Gies of Barrington and Cary, The Rev. E. A. McCormick was appointed pastor to succeed him. In the spring of 1915, plans were conceived to erect a church at Algonquin, thus the glorious reign of Father Loner- gab as pastor came to a close, key. E. A. McCormick, May 2, 1915-19 .... after eight years as pastor of Bar- rington and Crystal Lake, key. E. A. McCormick was appointed perma- nent pastor of Crystal Lake, on May 2, 1922. On May 15, of the same year Mrs. Libby Reynolds donated four lots, two facing the park and Drugs Hardware I THE CORNER DRUG STORE ........ Sheet Metal We k I J. D. SWEENEY. Proprietor t W.. I% VLI'KII" a n d r I DRUGS  Toilet Articles  PAINTS k linware, 5roves Builders' Material [ Oils, Cigars, Tobacco and Kodaks  ,Nn w.. =h , , Fresh ButterToasted Nut Meats ................. one _. I Home Made Ice Cream Phone ....re..,, W.n, Y.. I DE KALB MONUMENT WORKS MATSON & JOHNSON. Props. Monuments In All Kinds of Granite Corner 7th and Oak Sis. Off:. Teleohone 704 DeKalb. II1. ST. THOMAS RECTORY ST. THOMAS THE APOSTLE CHURCH ST. THOMAS PAROCHIAL SCHOOL fronting on Lake St., valued at five thousand dollars, to be used for the new church site, the property was part of the Dan Duffy estate. On June 1, 1922, the work of ex- cavating for the new rectory was begun and was ready for occupancy On March 11, 1923; it is a brick structure, costing fifteen thousand dollars, and is one of the finest rec- tories in the Rockford diocese. Because of the limited seating capacity of the old trame church, a demand for a modern edifice became imperative. Hence on June 24, 1924, the feast of the Sacred Heart, the first sod was turned. The building is of brick structure, 95x60, costing seventy thousand dollars, with a seating capacity of five hundred. The Crystal Lake Herald con- tained the following article on the SYCAMORE DIRECTORY Automobile Sa,es and Service O D.C.M. SALES 119 S. Main FARGO GARAGE Complete Motoring Service BODY AND FENDER WORK "Bear" System Axle and Frame Work Lubrication and Car Washing Motor Rebuilding Phone 11 Auto Supplies, Hdwe. GAMBLE STORE Everything in Automobile Supplies Hardware - Radios - Batteries - Tires MOTOR OIL and GREASE At Prices That Are Right 156 W. State Beer, Beverages B. B. DISTRIBUTORS Ask for GOETZ COUNTRY CLUB, EDELWEISS Beer and Beverages 321 PARK AVE. PHONE 205 Bakery SYCAMORE BAKE SHOP Insist on "Sycamore Maid" Bread We Cater to Parties Cookies  Pies -- Cakes  Pastrie., Cleaners, Dyers ILLINOIS CLEANERS & DYERS Fur Storage and Repairing, Frigidaire Vault. Dry Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing. Sycamore Phones 505-209 De Katb 165 Cortland 9902 Style Shop Maple Park & Elburn We Call For and Deliver Dairy PHONE SYCAMORE 286 ICE COMPANY DAIRY P Re D U CTS I fi00.g, HoHan's Drug Store ) Wslgreen System Sodas -- Lunches -- Prescriptions 249 W. STATE PHONE 12 Faro Implements J. H. MARSHALL Farm Implements -- Hardware SOMONAUK ST. PHONE 162 Feed, Supply Warber's Feed and Supply Co. Cash Poultry and Egg Buyer BABY CHICKS Poultry Supplies Poultry, Hog and Dairy Feeds 4 S C" LIFORNIA PHONE R-332 Food Stores STRAIN BROS. Spe.at=e In LIBBY'S CANNED FOODS THOMPSON & TAYLOR'S COFFEES WILD ROSE JAPAN TEA Free Delivery 223 W. State Phone 53 Garage BUTZOW BROS. GARAGE lit 23 YEARS experien&e plus Modern Tools and Equipment enable BUT- ZOW BROS. to render a BETTEB AUTOLOTIVE SERVICE. lIagneto Repairing and Body Work a Specialty. 330 Elm St. Phone 381 Groceries Peterson Brothers Fruits -- Groceries -- Vegetables MONARCH PURE FOODS Free Delivery Phones 528-443 Gasoline, Oil HARRY CAMPBELL Distributor MOBILGAS SERVICE STATION & MOBILOIL The Home of Friendly Service 351 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 197 LEADER 01L COMPANY Quality---Complete Line--Service Wholesale PHONE 707 R e t a t I White Village Service Station Firestone Tires. Greasing. Washing. Battery Service ON EHGEWAY 64 PHONE 161 Heating J. V. Patten Company FURNACES -- OIL BURNERS STOKERS--AIR CONDITIONING DE KALB AVENUE PHONE 664 HOLCOMB BROS. LUMBER AND COAL PHONE 170  328 Meat Market FRANK LAKIN'S MARgF'.T Phone 112 ........ - --112 Somonauk St. Where Quality . Service Reign Supreer Plumbing L. M. KENYON PLUMBING AND HEATING Sheet Metal Work 206 CENTER CROSS ST. PHONE 92 Washers, Upholstering NeWuseea.d Maytag Washers W. W. WELLS, Agent Fl|t-n;tlltpUpholstering and Re- s=='s='flnishtng by W. Baily SISTERS' CONVENT dedication of the new church: Dedicate Present Church "Sunday, July 12, 1925, saw two important events in St. Thomas par- ish, the laying of the corner stone and the dedication of the beautiful new church which was recently com- pleted. Rt. Rev. Peter J. Muldoon who came from Rockford on Satur- day evening said Mass at eight o'clock giving communion to prac- tically the entire congregation. The ceremonies of laying the corner stone and dedicating the church took place just before the solemn high mass which was sung at teu thirty, the Rev. Augustus Scannell, C.P., as celebrant, assisted by Rev. David Conway of Woodstock as deacon, and Rev. Harry Hauser, sub-deacon. Mrs. A. G. Wagoner, who has been invaluable in training the choir, was the organist, and a very beautiful I impressive solo, 'Salve Regina', was sung by Mr. Dunford in a voice of splendid power and great sweetness. Rev. Magnus Schumacher, class- mate of the pastor, delivered a ser- mou which he had reduced to a frag- ment of what he had prepared, on account of the excessive heat. He paid tribute to the pastor of St. Thomas Church, Rev. E. A. McCor- mick, for successfully bringing to fulfillment his cherished dream. Rt. Rev. Peter J. Muldoon, D.D., added meeded praise, commending also the parishioners, old an new, but par- ticularly the old, whose work and generosity had helped to crown Father McCormick's efforts with success." "Rev. E. A. McCormick enter rained at the parish house besides the Bishop the following group of priests Rev. Martin McEvoy, Mc- Henry; Rev. Augustus Scannell, Norwood Park; Rev. Fred Brummel, Hampshire; Rev. Robert Carse, St. Charles; Rev. Thomas O'Brien Genoa; Rev. Win. Curran, Geneva; Rev. D. J. Conway, Woodstock; Rev. F. A. Kilderry, Cary; Rev. A. Schu- nect, St. Charles; Rev. F. Conlon, Woodstock; Rev. Win. Donovan Rochester, N. Y.; Rev. Leo Keenan Dundee; Rev. Dudley Healy, Har- vard; Rev. Charles Nix, McHenry; Rev. Harry Hauser, Elgin; Rev. Dan Feeley, Harvard; Rev. Magnus Schu- macher, Aurora; and Rev. F. Pro- cella, Maple Park." Plan New School Owing to the influx of Chicago Catholics to Crystal Lake there was need of a Catholic school. The cor- ner stone of'e new school was laid on June 18, 1927, and school was opened bn September 12, 1927, with an enrollment of one hundred pupils. The school is a brick edifice 75x52 consisting of eight class rooms and an office, costing fifty thousand dol- lars, and is modern in every detail. The school is conducted by the Dom- inican Sisters of Springfield, Illinois. A new convent, which is an asset to the community, was purchased from Mrs. Libby Reynolds iu Sep- tember, 1927, at a cost of ten thou- sand dollars. Improvements were made amounting to two thousand five hundred dollars. In the autumn of 192% Mrs. Libby Reynolds, our genial benefactor don- ated the play ground adjoining the school, costing five thousand dollars. Parish Statistics The present pastor, Rev. Edwin A. McCormick, was born Dec.. 5, That Pure and ICE CREAM A. B. HENRY SANDWICH, ILL. and SANE with Nation's Birthday in the traditional way, but make sure of their SAF- ETY by providing ffnem with Fac- tory Selected Assortments of the world's finest Fireworks. Our Factory Selections Enable You to Get the BEST for LESS Liberty Celebration Kits are priced from $2.50 to $200, covering every need from Childreffs Assortments and Family Lawn Displays to spec- tacular Public Exhibitions. Find out about this SAFE and economical way of buying Fireworks by writing for our 20th Anniversary Catalog, R-36. Its FREE Or buy from any Autborized Liberty Dealer. Liberty Display Fireworks Co. Franklin Park, III. / Page Three llllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllll|lllllllll l 11' &  d Classified r ILa   V Directory Antomobdes Dept. Store SALES and SERVICE 11 11 rgv _J DUNNE r,ano ......... --MOTOR SALES-- Department Store T H E U N l V E R S A L C A R ............ -- o More Umrersal Than Eve Coal, Ice Hardware .......... PAINTS OILS GLASS HUNT FUP.L IMPLEMENTS AND SUPP LY CO. Piano Hardware Co. STOVES AND WASH MACHINES Your Patronage Is Appreciated P H O N E 1 2 8 illlllllilllmlllllllllllllmlllmmlilllllllllllllllli lllllIllllIlIIIllIlllllll Sandwich Direetory Cleaners SANITARY Cleaning-- CLEANERS Pressing-- PHONE 209 --COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE-- Dept. Store E. A. MANCHESTER --Has The Most Complete Stock Of-- Dry Goods,.. Wallpaper and Shoes . . IN THE CITY . . . Silks and Dress Goods a Specialty Drug Store Holland's Drug Store SAVE AT YOUR WALGREEN SYSTEM DRUG STORE Funeral Director OUR AIM IS To Be Worthy Of Your Friendship Burkharts & Rush Funeral Home--116 SO. WOLFE ST. Lady Assistant Furniture COOPER'S A COOPER Phone 2 on 2 FURNITURE HOUSE "Everything For The Homd" Jewelry, Gifts H Osckiact . * JEWELRY and GIFTS Lumber, Coal Philip S. Lindner & Co. Lumber and Building Materials Hard and Soft Coal Paints and Oils "AMERICAN" FENCE AND POSTS PHONE 83  : ][]E ]E ]E][ ][ ][]E ]E][ ][]E ]E ]E][ ]E ]E][ I I I I I m WOODSTOCK oe.,.. Trade With these Progressive Firms and Professional Men Automobiles O SHERBURNE 'Aotor Company 25 per rrtonth buys any New Ford V-8 ( \\;\  [1 ;!.:tla; OW down payTnent) TOWNSEND Used Cars 'WITH AN O.. THAT COUNTS" PHONE 664 Bakeries PHONE 6 124 CASS ST. Hoesley's Bakery Eat Golden Crust WHOLESALE RETAIL Beauty Shop STOMPANATO'S ULTRA MODERN BEAUTY SALON Two Entrances Ten Private Booths 226 MAIN ST. 229 BENTON ST. --PHONE 641 coal, Lumber HALL & ECKERT LUMBER, COAL and General Building Material PHONE 158 Coal, Ice R. O. ANDREW CO. COAL  FEED 1 GRAIN Manufactured Ice FERTILIZER Custom Grinding PHONES 428  429 DACY LUMBER COMPANY PREMIUM COAL QUALITY LUMBER DEVOE PAINT 12% ON YOUR ANNUAL HEATING COST MADE POSSIBLE WITH J. M. INSULATION Investigate PHONE 75-- Dairies OAKSIDE DAIRY PASTEURIZED MILK From Tuberculin Tested Cows Only We Invite Inspection JACOB HEISLER, Proprietor City Limits on Lake Ave. PHONE 9 Dept. Store Woodstocl's Largest Department Storel KOBLENTZ Larce Variety -- Nationally Accepted Peters--Mar. y Adams SHOES Drug Stores Funeral Directors John J. Stafford & Son (Mrs. H. G. Stafford, Lady Assistant) Ambulance Service RESIDENCE PHONES 362-W'29-R OFFICE PHONE 62 Food Stores BUSY CORNER GROCERY (E. C. BODENSCHATZ, Proprietor) QUALITY GROCERIES FRUITS -- VEGETABLES --PHONE 11 RAY NORTHROP GROCERY AND MARKET Quality for Less P H O N ES--345--346 PINGEL & KOCH A Suer Service Stor' GROCERY AND MARKET Free Delivery Service PHONES 46 - 47 GROCERIES MEATS EVANS MEAT MARKET Try Our Old Fashioned HOME-MADE SAUSAGE Fresh Fish Every Friday Free Delivery PHONE 456 ROYAL BLUE FOOD MART QALITY MEATS GROCERIES Watch For Our Week End FOOD SPECIALS P H O N E 168 Gasoline, Oil. RILEY  RILEY Nine Years Of Friendly Service GROCERIES --- Phone 269 - M O B i L G A S Open Every Sun- S T A T I O N day - . All Day WASHINGTON ST. on Route U.S. 14 Hardware E. J. FIELD HARDWARE  STOVES FURNACES Sheet Metal Work Phone 97 Implements v- ...a/lcPonne]] J o H N D E E R E IMPLEMENTS IMPLEMENT CO. and TRACTOPS New Idea Spreaders PHONE 652 105 E, JUDD ST. Jewelers F.T. FERRIS Bulova and Elgin Watches Expert Watch Repairin_ g Plumbing, Heating Pfeiffer [ [M O D E L WATCH for FURNACES Our Big Monthly STOKERS and *- YDLarmac'" P L U M B I N G SALE BILL OiL BURNE & HEATING CO. RS Cut Rate Drugs P H O N E 4 3 4 PHONE 374 110 JEFFERSON ST. Electrical Variety Store WM. R. BURNS Refrigerators I1    ell II Wash Machinee Norge Home Ironers IlLILata  _tC APP LiA N C E8_ "-t ve I -- u  GAS AND ELECTRI'INGES .hctn 1 l%int P H 0 N E 4 8 8  [--'---.]r ,,,vj tl/eVV I BOYD ELECTRIC FAIRBANKS-MORSE STOKERS MAYTAG WASHERS Philco Radios  Frigidaire P H O N E 7 8 2- M Farm Implements BAKKOM BROS. McCormlck-Deering Good Equ/pment FARM MACHINES Mals A Good Woodstock Phone 91 Farmer Better Hebron Phone 40 Service - Repai Women's Apparel WlEN'S Women's Wear Youthful Styles for Miss - Matron Dr. Horace S. Bradley AND Dr. Gertrude Ca Brmd]ey OSTEOPATHS PHYSIOTHERAPY Telephone: Office and Residence 161 I t