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"" " :   >  - L , , Y'JC  ". June 11, 1936 R_ _ I1-- d _ _.=_11  Classified ocK=oru =,e=o., Furniture i Men's Vear ' we00w,[a oF000000:o2sUo:tD VESTINE & BERGREN We I.vJte You to Compare Our Prices I Quality Clothing Anywhere . . . uonvenlent /erms ..,-n z- . -506 WEST STATE STREET 1UO broadway Gasoline, Oil PERKINS OIL CO. SUPER SERVICE sTATIoNS STATE AT M A I N AT SET ENTW. MYOTT Sporting Goods I N [OOR Everything For AND OUTDOOR SPORTS P L A-M O R SPORT SHOP Incorporated Wholesale -- Retail 411-413 Seventh St. Phone Main 1172 June . . The Month of Values HOUSE MAIN  ELM  WYMAN. Gallagher Bros. HEATING SUPPLIES 1423 MULBERRY ST. PHONE F-1312 1 LET us SHOW YOU NORGE REFRIGERATOR HOW A .... I Will Pay For Itself In Food Savings Ask About the 10 Year Warranty HOME APPLIANCE COMPANY AUTHORIZED NORGE SALES AND SERVICE 200 North Church SL 13-15 Seventh ,t. PHONE M-1830 PHONE M-6500 "Clothes Individually Tailored" Edwin Kool, Tailor Nelson Hotel Bldg. 304 .% Main St. Phone Main 5181 ! Years of Experience Handling Household Goods and Pianos F. A. CUMMING Local and Long Distance Experience Helpers' Insurance PHONE M-4144 ROSARIES PRAYER BOOKS CRUCIFIXES We Solicit Your Business VON DER VELLEN 514 W, STATE ROCKFORD Park Avenue Shops . OALITr Furniture Lamps -- Gifts 0 NORTH MAIN STREET PHONE MAIN 1081 Lantow's Drug Store Headquarters For . Cell.U-Diabetic Foods . Luiclds Ice Cream 502 sEVENTH STREET ; \\; SCOTTY Says  See Th Nation's Favorite Washer Before you buy--compare it with any machine re- gardless of price. Three popular Models $39.50 $49.50 $59.50 Belvldere, III. Rockford, III. 112 E. Lincoln 218 S. Man I We Dress Your Floors and Windows THE CAR-PET-LINE STORE, INC. Linoleum--.-window Shades Car#etsRu gsD r aperies 428 7th St. Phone, Main 1700 Westinghouse Refrigerators Air-Conditioning and Ventilating Wilson Electric Co. 113 S. MADISON STREET Rockford, III. Main 2800 BAUMGARDNER PHARMACY "A Pleasure to Serve You TM 402 E. STATE MAIN 416 802 KISHWAUKEE MAIN 61 Solid Leather Footwear Smartly Styled  Attractively Priced Peters Shoe Store 820 West. State Street I EN,TH STORES ,NC * Philco RADIOS * Zenith AND WASHERS Electrical Refrigerators 211 EAST STATE" MAIN 1992 Rockford, III. I MEATS -- GROCERIES  FISH SCHMAUSS CENTRAL MARKET 3silvery Service Phone Forest 100- 101 311-13 EAST STATE STREET ---S-E-E-- ROY BUFFINGTON THE MOVER  For Your Next Job Aero Mayflower Transit Service Coast to Coast 109 SO. 2NO ST. M1537 BROADWAY FLORISTS Manager, MR. L- H. KLING GRAVE BLANKETS and WREATHS Made to Order at Lowest Prices Lrgest Selection In Town 1014 EROADWAY MAIN 2371 =  = =%%%= %. %%%%=. GARNER NROOFING smINC cOMPANY *A MCO PRODUCTS MAIN 589 1125 HARRISON AVE. You Will Enjoy the Convenience of a Charge Account at WEISE'S 'Rockford's Most Modern Dept. Store' : Mail and phone orders given prompt attention by our personal shopper, SHIRLEY I)EA_NE. CHAS. V. WEISE CO. 117-121 STATE STREET E. B. Webber, D.C. . Specializes in Pains of the Back, Hips and Limbs--Using a new, painless method. 518 Rockford Nat'i Bank Bldg. PROGRESS ELECTRIC SHOP THOR Washers and Ironers. GARLAND Gas Ranges. PHI LCO and ATWATER KENT Radios. NORGE Refrigerators. 106 WEST STATE ST. Flowers For Every Occasion "1 DIDIER, FLORIST Roekcote Paintsl 528 West State Street At Your Dealers I l PHONE FOREST 7395 ROCKFORD PAINT MFC CO. I LRnllllllilllllllillllllllll I 2Ol NO. MADISON ST. i l fi I OUR GUARANTEE ON ' I _B USED CARS / III IS YOUR [ Quality Electric Store i SERVICE PROTECTION I THE MILLER-SANTEE CO. I -- | FOR ANY ELECTRICAL WORK A' Personal Inspection [ AND APPLIANCES | Wil Convince You i Phone mare ' =""" "--- 1 k=mm  , 00o00or..o, I ale---Buick & Graham--Service I 313 8. Church St. THE OBSERVER L0ca, and IVl  Diocesan MULDOON PUPILS ENTERTAIN FOR INSTRUCTORS Rockford.--Reverend E. Murphy and Reverend E. Coakley were en- tertained on Thursday with a grati- tude program given by the students in appreciation for their work with them in Religion. The Choral group sang the new Muldoon Alma Mater song accompanied by the reed sec- tion of the band. The four speech winners gave the words of gratitude in the name of the classmates. Mother and Dad night was held on Friday evening in the school hall where a Special entertainment was given in honor of friends, Mothers and Dads of the students. His Ex- cellency, Most Reverend E. F. Hoban gave out the honors to the four speech winners: Doris Stephens, Mary German, Ann Snyder and Rose- mary Handel. Eleanor McDonald also received the "All American Freshman" medal given by the Amer- ican legion Auxiliary annually. Monsignor Francis J. Conron cele- brated Mass in the Muldoon Chapel on Friday, June 5, Sodality Day, with His Excellency, Most Reverend E. F. Hobart presiding. The Muldoon' Educational Auxiliary served break- fast for the Clergymen and for the Seniors after the Mass. Thomas Alumni To Hold 'June Frolic' Rockford.--The "St. Thomas high school alumni association will hold a "June frolic" at Forest Hill Country Club Friday evening, June 19. Rob- ert Starr, general chairman, will be assisted by a large committee in Peerne,:aricngcfgt: he ej'it" fQUrnihn  Bv e music.____ __ __ Ontario Tories Baek Repeal Of Sehool Bill Toronto, Canada.--The Ontario Conservative convention adopted a resolution to repeal the recent Sep= arate School legislation enacted by the Liberal Government of the pres- ent Protestant Premier, M. F. Hep- burn, should the Conservatives be returned follwing the next elections. Appeal to Orangemen The legislation was an amendment to the Assessment Act whereby Catholic shareholders in corpora- tions were given authority to order that taxes, from shares held by them, should go to the suport of Separate Schools, aud not be auto- matically turned over to the Public Schools as formerly. The legisla- tion resulted in a campaign by members of the Orange Order and certain other Protestant organiza- tions to make repeal of this enact- ment one of the main points in the: next Conservative apeal to the pro- vince, with the hope that the large Protestant element would turn to the support of the Conservative Party. Earl Rowe, following his election as party leader, said repeal of the legislation would be one of the first acts of a Conservative Gov- ernment in Ontario under his lead- ership. Catholic Conservative Protest When the repeal resolution was put to the convention it did not pass unheeded by Catholic delegates. Dr. M. J. Maloney, for many years a Conservative member of Parliament in the Federal House of Commons, as a member of the convention Reso- I 1] lution Commitee moved an amend- I  ment to drop the question of repeal.]] Should the reolution be carried it I  would mean a new political party,[) he declared. The principles of the]  Conservative Party had always been l ] based on justice, he stated, but "youl [{ gentlemen have fallen away from i  the Conservative Party." The next election would see many staunch Conservatives forced to vote against the candidates put up by the party, he added. Fr. Schulte To Pilot Airplane In Alaska For 'Glacier Priest' Seattle, June 6.--The Rev. Paul Schulte, O.M.I., famed Mission avi- ator who celebrated Mass on the maiden voyage of the giant dirigible yon Hindenburg to this country last month, will pilot the airplane in which the Rev. Bernard R. Hubbard S.J., the noted "Glacier Priest," will make an aerial exploration of Alaska and Canada during July and August. Father Hubbard will tke motion pic- tures from the air in the course of these explorations.. COAL COKE WOOD I NORTH TOWN FUEL | COMPANY J QUALITY FUELS SERVICE J Phone Main 384 l ! Ii I I COAL -- COKE -- WOOD I One Good "TON" Deserves AnotherI I I May We Serve You? I All Kinds of Fuel I B & B Fuel Co., Inc. =1 Phone Main463 1108 Kilburn Ave. I *RCA Vmtor Radios *Haddorff Pianos *Radio Service *Records and Needles. l HADDoRFF'S I 204 S. MAIN 1 Father 0'Leary Preaches @ At Jubilee_ (;elebratlon i:n aras.WleaOsa:!! presided at the throne and CO C - ed the church service with a fine tribute to the good work of Father Reedy during his 25 )-ears of service O.F.M., professor of St. Bonaven- in the Diocese of Rockford. ture's seminary, N. Y., laid the foun- Nearly 500 people attended the REV. WM. V, REEDY dations of a sermon that deeply im- pressed the large congregation that gathered at St. Mary's church, Peca-i tonica, last Sunday morning for the silver jubilee Mass of Rev. William V. Reedy, pastor Throughout the day one heard repeated references to the dynamic power of the preach- er and the sublime message of his words. Said one, "That sermon was worth coming a hundred miles to hear"; said another, "Amen, and worth coming a thousand miles to give" His Excellency, Bishop Hoban, banquet which followed in the high school auditorium -- friends from near and far, Catholic and non-Cath- olic. About 50 priests and six pre- lates were present among them. At the after-dinner program speak- ers roamed through a wide field of literature to garner gems of poetry and prose with which to sing the praises of the jubilarian. And At- torney Thomas Gill, of Rockford, toastmaster, created a clever back- ground of color that made it quite easy to sit through two hours of panegyrics without tedium.. Among those whom Mr. Gill presented were: His Excellency, Bishop Hob- an; Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. P. McGuire, pastor of the Pro-Cathedral, Rock- ford; R. L. Bradleyr school super- intendent of Pecatonica; Dr. D. D. Martin of Seward, and Leonard R. Condou of Rockford. Delightful vocal numbers were rendered by Mrs. Leone Martel Wai- dron and Sidney France, both well known in Rockford musical circles. Ferd Tappe's orchestra, of Freeport, cbntributed several pleasing num- bers. Joseph Kortendick, Pecatonica, and William P. Ryan, spoke in be- half of parishione-rs and each pre- sented the jubilarian with "a prac- tical testimonial of the love and es- teem in which he was held." "The end of a perfect day" came with a group of songs by the jubilar- Jan himself--this, in gracious re- sponse to the popular acclaim of the assembled guests. The fine tenor voice, which for the past 25 years has been the pride of the diocese, was heard again in the old favor- I CUT FLOWERS AND PLANTS For Weddings, Funerals and Altar Decorations BLOCK & KUHL CO. Flower Department Crocker &or 123 West stareStreet " "%%%" "# V V " "" "%%%%%%%%%%" "' Carl E. Lindquist !' OPTOMETRISTJeweler I "Kounfry K,,re" I AND !l HAM BACON LARD I "Our Watches Make Good" 00ROAOWAY I! EL00'N ,LL,NO,S ! "Builders of Good Roofs Since 1888" DAVID CARLSON ROOFING CO. 2501 CHARLES ST. MAIN 1505 Founded 1867 IINEI41MER BRoa Mrc Co rc]itectura/ t')oodwork SLGlm -- eoess =%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%.; Says Chief Tradewater: "Ugh! Squaw make Chief go outside smoke pipe--no like smoke inside house. That's why she always burn; TRADE'rATER C 0 A L because clean coal no make much smoke. West Kentucky Coal Co., Inc, PHONE MAIN 1053--1054 'The House of Specialized Service' PETERSON BATTERY & ELECTRIC SERVICE Automotive Electrical and Carburetion 207 S. Winnebago St. Main 7251 317 CHESTNUT ST. MAIN 2210 FISHER MATTRESS SHOPPE F. J. ZINK, Proprietor "Direst From Factory to You" Mattresses Renovated ............ $3.50 NEW MATTRESSES AND BOX SPRINGS OF ALL KINDS THOMPSON'S, INC. 114 S. WYMAN ST. DRESSES- FIOSIERY SU ITS COATS ROCKFORD Lillian Meyers Edith Far'er BOB-O-LOCK BEAUTY SHOPPE Eugene Permanent Waving FOREST 6476 112 N. WYMAN ST. I CLEANERS, HATTERS l I BON-TON CLEANERS Phone--Main 299 Plant: Willard Office: at W. State 312 Park Ave. MEN--SHOES-- WOMEN U I II I II f 107 NO. MAIN STREET Jaeger's New Central Market "'Everything for the Table" BEGIN SENIOR WEEK WITH FLAG RAISING PROGRAM tl Rockford.--Senior week at Mul- doon was opened with a flag raising program held on the school campus Monday morning, June 1. The sen- iors clad in caps and gowns stood in formation around the flag pole holding the American flag while Reverend E. Murphy pronounced the words of blessing over the stars and strips. Then as the flag reached the top, the students who had rallied on the campus with their class penants, broke into the National Anthem, after which they gave the salute to the flag and to the cross. Florence Hartmann, senior spoke on "Old Glory" and Reverend E. Murphy closed the ceremony with a talk on appreciation of our government. The girls marched off the campus sing- ing "America the Beautiful". Tuesday, June 2, over one hundred eighth graders from the Rockford parochial schools and from Belvidere were entertained by the Sophomores and Freshmen. There was an en- tertainment in the auditorium, a tour through the building, a dance and i a lunch for the gay, chattering crowd who were being orientated into high school life. Miss Eleanor McDonald has been awarded the American Legion medal for courage, character, service and scholarship. Miss McDonald is a freshman at Muldoon high school. Miss McDonald received her medal on Mother and Dad night, June 5, in the Muldoon auditorium. Receive Five New Student Nurses At St. Anthony's Rockford.--Five new students re- ceived the school cap Tuesday morning, June 2, in the St. Anthony hospital chapel. The ceremony was preceded by Holy Mass, and follow- ed by a sermon by Rev. Ed. O'Brien hospi[al chaplain. The five candi- dates are namely: Mary Schwartz and Ruth Schultz of Pecatonica, Ill., Edna Williams, Adelino Loy and lllllllllHHHgllHHllllnllHHlHilHlllH ' iIO00KIFORD TRADING LIST The firms that appear in this directory, or have display ads in other sections of your Observer, consistently repre- sent the best in their business and profession. They are doing their part to deserve your trade by supporting your paper. You can do your share by patronizing them and mentioning The Observer. --MAKE THIS A HABIT REGISTER ATTENTION TO OBSERVER ADS Automobile ROCKFORD BODY & FENDER WORKS ROY J. CHAMPAYNE COLLISION WORK PAINTING TOP REPAIRING AXLE AND WHEEL ALIGNMENT Free Estimate 906 WEST STATE STREET PHONE, MAIN 2555 "Out to Win America on Value Alonel" NASH ILLINOIS COMPANY Dhtributors of Nash and LaFayette Motor Cars Sales and Service 117-123 NORTH WINNEBAGO ST. Brake Service Brakes Scientifically Serviced MANDT BRAKE SERVICE Wheel Alignment Motor Tune-Up Cor. Charles and 6th St. Phone F-7018 Brick, Fuel THE BLOCK BRICK & FUEL CO. Coal -- Coke -- Brick INDEPENDENCE AND PRESTON FOREST 6OOO 6001 Cleaners COOPER'S CLEANING WORKS Phone, Forest 61 926-28 W. State St. ROCK RIVER Dyers and Cleaners Elizabeth Schmidt of Rockford. PHONE 60 204 N. CHESTNUT ST. The five probationers were escort- ed to the altar railing by five senior ;1 ""C- nurses, each bearing a lighted can- dle. On reaching the altar, the Nightingale pledge was recited in unison, following which, the recip- High "-'J-ortuge LumberFue ients knelt to receive their caps Lumber Cos BUILDING MATERIAL from the hands of the seniors, or "Big Sisters." On returning to their NO. SECOND ST. AT HIGH BRIDGE seats, the new students carried the -- PHONE PARKSIDE 16 lighted candles. ites: "The Bells of St. Mary's," "Mother Machree" and "Dear Little Mother of Mine" and never did they sound better than last Sunday after- noon--perhaps it was because Fath- er Reedy never arose so feelingly to an occasion. JOHNSON LUMBER & FUEL CO, "Where Quality Counts" ROCKFORD'S COPPERS COKE FUEL Building Material Reynold's Metallation Insulation 701 7TH ST. PHONE MAIN 3641 Decorators KARL SCHOENING AND SONS 1607 Elm St. Phone Main 7339 Druggist SERVICE TO ALL MASENGARB PHARMACY 529 West State Phone Main 1623, Leather Goods When In Need of LUGGAGE THINK OF US THE LUGGAGE SHOP 113 West State Street Funeral Directors LONG & CULHANE 623 Mulberry Street Phone, Main 4616 Frank R. Fitzgerald FUNERAL DIRECTOR PHONE MAIN 169 R-1 113 S. WINNEBAGO ST. Rockford HOWARD A. DIXON MORTUARY 203-05 SO. COURT ST PHONE F.123 MILDRED K. DIXON L.icensed Lady Embalmer Furniture Mass Calendar BY MSGR, LEO BINZ June 14. Second Sunday after Pentecost and Sunday within the Octave of Corpus Christi. White.-- Mass for the people is from the feast of Corpus Christi. Gloria` Second collect of the Sunday. Sequence. Creed. Christmas preface. Last gos- pel of the Sunday.--Other Masses may be of the Sunday: Special Mass. Gloria. Second collect of Corpus Christi. Third collect of St. Basil. Creed. Christmas preface. June 15. Monday. Week-day with- in the Octave of Corpus Christi. White. Mass of the feast. Gloria. Sec- ond collect of St. Vitus and com- panions. Third collect: "Grant, we beseech". Sequence at the option of the priest. Creed. Christmas preface. June 16. Tuesday. Week-day with- in the Octave of Corpus Christi. White. Mass of the feast. Gloria. Second collect: "Grant, we beseech". Third collect for the church or pope. Sequence at the option of the priest. Creed. Christmas preface. June 17. Wednesday. All annota- tions as yesterday, June 18. Thursday. Octave Day of Corpus Christi. White. Mass of the feast. Gloria. Second collect of St. Ephrem. Third collect of Sts. Mark and Marceliion. Sequence. Creed. Christmas preface. June 19. Friday. Feast of the Sacred Heart. White. Special Mass: Cogitationes, Gloria. Creed and spe- ciai preface. All votive and requiem Masses. are forbidden today, even funeral masses. June 20. Saturday. Week-day with- in the Octave of the Sacred Heart. White Mass of the feast. Gloria. Sec- PAINT WALLPAPER Headquarters for Rockford ond collect of St. SilveTtus. Third NEW -- Rockford-made Solid Walnut and Northern Illinois Quality Groceries and 5/eats, ome ,, THE SHERWIN- Dressed Poultry--Fruits, Vegetables collect: "Grant, we reseech . Creed. DINING SUITE, $98. WILLIAMS C0. Phones, Main 2536-2537-2538 Sacred Heart preface. USED--SolidDiNiNGWalnUtSuiTE,ROckford-made$59. 207 NORTH CHURCH ST. EAST STATE FURNITURE STORE 202 SOUTH MAIN STREET 412 E. STATE ST. Phone Main 1230 A. LEON FARMER .;.L;!ii.;i-ii.;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii II T/ ft' Lowest Prices i WILLIAMSON MOTOR CO. tJt I,.%./. For Rugs , Hardware PHOTOGRAPHS CARPETS AND LINOLEUM I   At Our Factory Sales Room WEBER & FURMAN HDW. C0. For ti3e Graduate 808-812 CEDAR ST. MAIN 1746 FURNACES AND GREETING CARDS I   SHEET METAL WORK ABRAMS STUDIO I Phone M-2687 116-120 N. Church St. 208 N. Church St. Forest 6673 I CHURCH AT CHESTNUT STREET LLLLLHLL ROCKFORD PRINTING AND ' " SUPPLY CO. A FULL LINE OF HARDWARI RAY-WHARTON E X C L U S I V E P O N T I A C Printers  Stationers , HARDWARE CO. S I X E S SALES AND SERVICE E I G H T S 214-216 East State St. 121 SOUTH MAIN STREET BLACKHAWK PONTIAC SALES  . Pho. Ma,n 359 329 WEST JEFFERSON ST, PHONE MAIN 1126 --'K E N N E D Y' S ----------v__.Jewe -- Blackhawk IrD1r T PHONE 1000 GIFTS TO CHOOSE FROM Building JIJi: J %.k. M-93 w. J. KENNEDY. R.Ph. --"" '" -- Al t=l:,K' Corner State and Winnebago Streets JEWELRY AND GIFT SHOP ROCKFORD, ILL. 118 West State Street IACKSON-KEIG, JEWELERS "It Please= Us To Show Merchandise' 115 WEST STATE ST, Life Insurance FRANKLIN LIFE INS. CO. (Springfield, Illinois) W. E. McCABE, General Agent NORTHERN ILLINOIS 301-02 Rockford Nat'l Bank Bldg. 'orest 966 Rockford, Ill. - ien's Wear W. B. Doran CLOTHIN HATS Men's Store Haberdashery -- 112 SOUTH MAIN STREET LUBY & McNEANY MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S FURNISHINGS 322 West State Street HOME OF Hart Sohaffner & Marx CLOTHES MASON INC' 120 NORTH MAIN STREET Monuments ROBERT TRIGG & SONS, INC. Our 63rd Year 114-116 So. First Street G. D. BEST & SON MONUMENTS  MARKERS All Work Guaranteed 725 W. State St. Phone, Main 5804 Moving, Storage RICHARD S PACKING--SHIPPING STORAGE STORAGE- MOVING Furniture Fumigated & VAN CO. FUR STORAGE 112 Court Place Phone Main 815-16 Musical BUCHANAN " " Gibson MUSIC SHOP Guitar Mandolins, 103 WEST STATE ST. Banjos Office Supplies McFARLAND OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. Phone, Main 3907 223 N. Church i. Paint Stores PAINTS  VARNISH  GLASS PICTUNE FRAMING HARVEY PAINT AND WALLPAPER CO. 424 E. STATE ST. PHONE F-141 Radio Service ..d Appllancl HEDRICK ELECTRIC COMPANY 201 SEVENTH ST, MAIN 371 Call Us For Expert Radio .zrvre RADIOS REFRIGERATORS WASHING MACHINES CLEANERS Restaurani HICKEY'S ,;I.est,Fd" ,or SPECIAL ATTENTION TO PARTIES IN OUR . . * 116 W. stateColomal Room Sporting Goods Kitteringham "Everything & S n y d e r In Athletics  PHONE MAIN 671 3m W. STATE i Women's Apparel "Where Ctyle and Price Meet n FRANCES STADY Street and Afternoon Frocks $7.95 to $22.50 Man-Tailored Suits $16.95 to $19,95 123 NORTH MAIN STREET Pro-e00a-I-Se--000000 DR. C. W. DUNCAN DUNCAN-MARKS OPTICAL CO. PALACE tHEaTRE BUILDIN6--- Ground Floor OPTOMETRIST DR. W. B. SKEELS, O.D. 2rid Floor -- Chas. V. Weiss o. Eyes Examined- Glasses Fltt R U P T U R E D "' : New Inventlon--Spongetex with Cea- trio Conduction. Holds Rupture UJ) and 7, In. Comfortablo -- Ellmznate Severe Pressure. No HaJess. Hundreds Sat- : isfled. Difficult Cases Solicited. :IDa- .1 signed, Built, Fitted and GuaraDtd I by "Brown" Rupture Technician. BROWN'S APPLIANCE CO. ]  418 Stewart 206 8. Mal St. PATRONIZE OBSERvER ADVERTISERS I . I __ I I r The Advertisers In This Paper :Are Your Friens--You Should Support Them Whenever Possible