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Page Eight SAY I TIP TOP : ] To Your Grocer ii I[Your Daily Bread RUGS CARPETS UPHOLSTERY fY/2 CLEANING -j No Injury to Sizing /. Carpets Cleaned in Your Home without removin  II from floor. All Kinds ,1 :LI of Rug Repairs [ / 47os. Chicago ._ _ Main 174  GRATrELO & DAHM FREEPORT 'IIE WoBur$ I X- Ray and Neurocalometer d Mo lie I 13 Years of Chiropractic 1 Phunbincc 'i1[ [ Chiropractic Gets Sick People well ! lira Phone lit= Main 447 [I, -- Freeport Z I • I -- [ Ask Your Grocer For [ ISWEETHEARTI PATRONIZE OBSERVER I I n'n  t r I I .ADVERTISERS i D 1 JE  JL). Alwajs Fresh I  Patronize These • FREEPORT ,,- ENTERPRISES Automobiles Hardware NOESKE BROS. GARAGE , CHAS. S. HEPNER CO. Automobiles, Tires, Accessories, HARDWARE FURNACES , Sheet Metal Paints Storage, R;PasrSlaB::ter;ev?c:nd Radios 23 EAST STEPHESON STREET 207 . GALENA Phone M-1489 Telephone Main 2 t VANN lO WEST SPRING STREET , cHEVROLET COMPANY Main 120 and 121 Freeport, IlL Beauty Parlor FREEPORT BEAUTY SERVICE TI lgest t nest moderately riced Bsmty Sdo in Northern Illinoh Phone Main 330 14 S. Chicago Ave, Clothier A. C. EMRICH Established 1863 'Quality" Clothing and Furnishings 107 WEST STEPHENSON Opp. Court House Freeport, I11, Dairies STANDARD DAIRY "SAFE MILK" Courteously So!lciting Your Patronage Phone, Main 2320 Dry Goods E. A. BLUST Dry Goods 10 EAST MAIN ST. WILLIAMS 6" BECKMIRE DRY GOODS Also_WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S READY TO WEAR Quality Merchandise, Reasonable Prices, Friendly Service!  Since 1903 6, W. STEPHENSON ST. Phone 962 Ohlendorf's Electric Westinghouse Home Appliances =Every House Needs estingbous" 117 S. CHICAGO AVE. Phone Main 438 Ice FOR SERVICE BALLI00S ICE CO. PHONE 419 Ladies" Wear Y Sh Pear, L. Heine our op Bess Bechtold Lingerie, Knickernicks, Vassarettes Hosiery and Handkerchiefs Hotel Freeport Bldg, Phone Main 2074 KUTCHBACK'S DRESSES - COATS - SUITS 5 West Stephenson Street Market FREEPORT CASH MARKET 7 East Main St. Quality Meats . Musical Instruments ALLINGTON'S MUSIC STORE Everything Musical Kimball Pianos Conn Band lasts. 204 WEST STEPHENSON Taxi CALL CITY CAB Rain or Shine, At Any Time Main 133 PHON E 878 BLACK AND WHITE CAB Moving -- Taxi Towing -- Storage -- Repairing Battery Service 29 W. Spring St. Tires ii: Floor Service DONKERS FLOOR SERVICE IF IT'S A FLOOR CALL DONKER Laying -- Finishing Restoring and Maintenance 1108 L CARROLL AVE. MAIN 1142 Florist FREEPORT FLORAL COMPANY J. E. STEFFEN FLOWER SHOP 111 East Stephenson Street Telephone Main 99 Flowers BAUScHER BROS. Fr,eore Leading FLORAL MARKET e;ori. Phone= Main 374- 960 SOUTH CHICAGO AVENUE Fuel HARRINGTON-McKINsTRA uDealers In Comfort" Quality Fuel Fairbank=- Morse Stokers Phone, Main 3130 i Grocery LUEBBING BROS. 223 SOUTH GALENA AVE. ˘erles Fresh Vegetables Free Delimry Servics BALLES BROTHERS -- GROCERS Phonea Main 590 and 591 1}' South Van Buren Street "Give m a tdal  i 00'ires/one FREEPORT FIRESTONE SERVICE 214-216 S. GALENA AVE. Main 1807 -- P H O N E S  Main 1105 Wallpaper, Paint JOHN SCHWARZ & SONS freeort's Largest wall Paer and Paint Store Decorative Contractors Auto Glass 22-24 E. MAIN ST. Phone Main 714 CHARLES DEMETER PAINTING A'ND DECORATING Leading Wallpaper. Paint and Glass Store Main 441 Office Supplies Otto Wagner Store COMPLETE OFFICE OUTFITTERS School and Art Supplies 12 W. MAIN ST. Phone Main 389 Professional Services B c.s. & JOHN W. ARRETT OPTOMETRISTS 406 2nd Natq Bank Bldg. Phone M. 70 THESE ADVERTISERS DESERVE YOUR BUSINESS Furniture O'CONNELL'S F,,,o.. Finest FURNITURE -- DRAPERIES -- RUGS Venetian Blind  Upholstering If, WEST MAIN ST. Phone Main 154 THE OBSERVER Freeport, Galena, Savanna and Stockton News Amboy, Prophetstown, Erie, Tampico In Seres t to Women : ;-;-,--:--. • I Church Picnics i With the seas---n of church sup- Ilql ! ! sPYmSe aonfd ypnic'l 7:nasSe;odUb; ,,,lz(/. , [  [  '.'i  "] file away for reference. l l _,RIL_" o- A I /'q | I • "-l=lE:Dgr-----------' Bread and butter: A one-pound x. - ' [ It [ \\;  ( i sandwich loaf, spread with one-half r  r  k I I[[ _ I" "'i-' i pound creamed butter makes sand- :  ,,  . I r I l : " i wiches for sixteen to eighteen.  ,j I  V /1. 1 I Salad Dressing: One pint of " :I [ -- ' "'" .' "----J French dressing serves sixteen to ? "' [  ' • "" "[ twenty salads; mayonnaise or cook- .  .J ]  ,,,, [ . " "1 ed dressing, one pint serves twenty [, '\\;j .V-Jr 8o - il' t. J No._ to thirty salads. , , v,., " o  . " 0 Fruit cocktail, or fruit cup'. Three.  ,// v. . [! "I." " 4(o quarts makes twenty-four to thirty- IX* I ?L.1 ' t. IL 'J] six servings. d 11 /l:\\;:t:I' I '" .I i Salads are served as either main "' . I J 4 / 4'- IL "/h [" _  7 " course or side course. If main X is l ,,,d k k='..,:r.;:!: X . "- " .I !course there must be four and a  A" t21 '.]-("L': ") ,*} I. " j --  half quarts to serve twenty-four peg- • l.,  |." "" " 1 ple, allowing three-fourths of a cup • ,.,  ,[" "--N-...j x |" . " "[ of the mixture for each serving; and   if?  --(/-- "[- j_ j four and a half quarts of a salad '   ] ,] \\;, '- -- which is to be a side course, allow- ][/ i [ [ ..  ing one-half cup to a serving, and ]j[ - [   c,f  providing enough with this quantity t II I I | /.,I /  for thirty-six salads. 1 :'It  L  J k_ ,.--.--,.l q l  ' / .(1 Frmt" punch: One quart, in" small • \\;  punch glasses, serves eight to - j --.v twelve. Tea: Three-eighths cup dry tea with four and a half quarts boiling HE modish, eapelet sleeves and the paneled skirt of this frock, Pattern 8534, cast a subtle illusion of slimness over mature lines. Sizes: 36 to 50. Size 38 requires five yards of 39-inch fabric_ Pattern 8462 is a chic, cool and refreshing house dress that will make you feel presentable during many warm afternoons. Designed in sizes 34 to 46. Size 38 requires 3'4 yards of 35-inch fabric. Miss Tiny Tot will look sweet in the cute little frock, Pattern 8524. It shoild be made of dotted Swiss or a colorful, piquant print. Sizes: 2 to 5 years. Size 3 requires 13 yards of 35-inch fabric, plus 13 yards of ribbon or l-ineh bias folds. To secure a PATTERN and STEP-BY-STEP SEWING IN- STRUCTIONS, ill[ out the coupon below, being sure to MEN- TION THE NAME OF THIS NEWSPAPER. i • FASHION BUREAU, 11-13 STERLING PLACE, BROOKLYN, N. Y. Enclosed find .... cents. Please send me the patterns checked below, at 15 cents each: Pattern No. 8534 Size ........ Pattern No. 8462 Size ..... .. Pattern No. 8524 Size ........ Address ............................................... City ..................................... State ........ Name of this newspaper ............. • -IB Address your envelope to THE OBSERVER FASHION BUREAU. 103 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. water, for serving twenty-four. Coffee: Two cups coffee with one gallon water, serves twenty-four. Use Frozen Coffee Cubes And while we're on the subject of coffee, have you ever used frozen coffee in place of the usual ice cubes or chipped ice, when serving iced- coffee? It is one way to prevent loss ef the full refreshing flavor in this popular summer beverage which might otherwise happen because of the ice diluting the drink. In preparing iced coffee, make it in the same manner as you would the coffee for every meal, using the usual proportions of coffee and wa- ter. The beverage should be placed in a refrigerator and allowed to chill. Fill one or two Ice trays with cof- fee and allow them to freeze. When serving pour it into tall glasses and add several frozen coffee cubes to each glass. Serv Sugar Syrup With Beverages If coffee cubes are not used pre- pare the coffee double strength and, while still hot, pour over crushed ice to cool. Sugar syrup and cream should be served as accompaniments to this beverage. A simple sugar syrup should be served with all iced drinks because it reduces the amount of sugar needed and mixes thoroughly with the beverage and eliminates the sugar settlement at the bottom of the glass. other parents to educate their chil- dren before schooling begins and we shall soon have the overdue educa- tional reform in full swing. "Temporize" is a fine word for mothers to ponder. Observe that your children do not temporize with you! Keep them busy. The busy child is the good child. Pat's tasks are fine, but what about Jackie! If you will write out your day's sched- ule of duties, it may surprise you to see how many tasks Jackie could do as well as you, to his everlasting advantage. Begin by assigning him a simple task to be prformed daily and punctually. Show him how, make him do it, show him again if necessary. Make him do it exactly right. No temporizing! Add other tasks, say a new one each week, un- til the young man is giving yeu real help involving mental and mus- cular effort within reason, for not less than two hours a day. Do not give him seemingly endless tasks• If you tell him to mind the baby, set a time-limit like the clock striking or daddy's homecoming. No doubt the frequent moving about increases your problems• Aim to tranquillize the environment. No moving pictures• Quarantine your premises against trouble- making playmates as you _w°uld agianst How Fl(,r Teaches [ ,r( :hild::,m Christian principles. Your first need is for self-confidence. Do not distrust your own powers. Go ahead each• day with what, in your judgment, is right and neces- sary. Do not distrust the effective- ness of homely method. If your: principles are clear, method, is not important. Do not fear "narrowness." Nar- rowness is often a healthy symptom of strength and intensity, cutting deep instead of merely scratching the surface. Do not grade your progress by school standards. Be blithely indif- ferent to what your children know in books, but extremely sensitive as to what they are and what they can do. Your chief work is to form your children's character--that is, enlarge the soul, strengthen the will, en- rich the mind, sharpen the senses. Do this and you will help start our country upgrade morally and intel- lectually. Do this and your children by the age of ten will know how to study, how to use a book, how to meet and overcome difficulties. Get FREEPORT HOLD AQUIN HIGH BACCALAUREATE !Tort ST, MARY'S FOR FREEPORT YOUNG PEOPLE BY ELLA FRANCES LYNCH Minerva, N. Y. Founder of the Institute of Domestic Education. "Dear Miss Lynch: Do you still have a correspond- ence course for mothers? Your books have been a blessing to us but I need more help. Let me in- troduce my babies: Patricia, almost 6; Jack, Jr., 4; Mary, 3, and Rose- mary, the baby. Their daddy is a construction superintendent and in his spare time does carpentering around home. The babies "help" him. They are familiar with var- ious tools, sizes of nails, nuts, bolts, cotter pins• We want them to be helpful, observing, obedient, above all else kind to each other, prayer- ful, playful. They bless themselves and say their prayers. Pat is very helpful. If I am tired she will put the little ones to bed, wash and undress them, (though they can do this themselves), hear their prayers, "read" them a story from Raggedy Ann, which she re- peats from memoi-y. She has a room to herself and gets a thrill out of keeping it in order, making the bed, dry-mopping and dusting i every day. She is neat and method- ical, folds baby's clothes, lays them away, sets the table for lunch and dinner, placing the silver, ete., cor- rectly. She always wants to sew. She makes a plain seam fairly well, cuts out dolls' dresses from a large kimona pattern, etc. Now, I ask your kind help in training these children according to Christian principles and ideals. I am faced with many problems, due partly to travelling so much and liv- ing in hotels for weeks at a time. They all disobey when I am out. This morning when I was at market, Patricia forbade the maid's entering her room to wash windows--stamp- ed, threw herself down, kicked: Sev- eral times lately when displeased she has scuffed her feet and banged the door. As I foolishly temporized (my husband says it is my great fault) she grew more daring. When I am alone with the children they do better, but a neighbor child comes here and sets them by the ears. Please advise me. Sincerely yours, F.B. Dear Mrs. B.: God speed your work of educat- ing these fine children acordtng to iili  Schwarz Funeral Home r B. LEO SCHWARZ LFJ 816S. GalenaAve. Phone Main 3030 ASS00=ANT 00=PO00T ------___ i'-" .OWINCTON ;I Prescnptior = H C I C A R S T O R E - I Correctly Filled With Best o • Ci-ars Billiards and i Ingredient= _  _ ' Fo?.?'':" Trusses and |  EAST MAiN ST. FREEPORT Surgmal Supports Trained Fitters Lady Attendant ALBUMS -- FRAMES -- KODAKS Freeport.--Young men and women of Freeport and vicinity are urged to attend a three day open retreut which will be conducted by Father John J. Clifford, S.J., distinguished professor of moral theology at Mun- delein seminary. The retreat will open on Thursday, June 18, vigil of the Feast of the Sacred Heart, and close on Sunday morning, June 21, Feast of St Aloysius who is the special patron of youth These conferences will be of spe- cial value to single men and wo- men for all of whom they are es- pecially intended. The order of ex- ercises will be as follows: Thursday, June 18, St. Joseph's church, 7:30 p. m., conference and Benediction. Friday, June 19, St. Joseph's church, 6:30 a. m., morning prayer and Mass. 7:30 p. m., conference and Benediction. Saturday, June 20, St. Mary's church, 6:30 a. m., morning prayer and Mass. 7:30 p. m., fin con- ference and Benediction. Sunday, June 21, St. Mary's church, 7:30 a. m., closing exercises and general Communion. This will be an occasion of spiritual profit rarely offered to the young people of this part of the diocese. A call is issued to the Catholic youth of our parishes to use all personal influence they can in filling the churches to eapaeity. ST. VINCENT'S ORPHANAGE DAY Freeport, Illinois SUNDAY, JUNE 23, 1935 ORDER OF THE DAY 11:30 A.M.--Pontifical High Mass Corpus Christi Pro- cession• His Excellency, Bish- op Hoban, Celebrant• 12:30 to 1:30 P.M.--Dinner. 1:30 to 2:00 P.M.--Band Con- cert and Inspection of Buildings• 2:00 P.M.--American Legion . . . ., : Yune T1, 1936 Begin Vacation School At Lena Sunday Lena.--The Sisters of St. Dominic from Springfield will arrive in St. Joseph's parish in time to begin a religious vacation school on Sunday, June 14, and which will continue for two or three weeks. This vaca- tion school has been a yearly event which has been received enthusias- tically here by both parents and children. EMMETT T. SCOTT Dealers In smallpox. Direct your efforts now towards creating the habit of ready obedience. Children who are old enough to disobey are old enough to obey. First train your children to obey promptly and willingly when you are with them. The next step is to carry the habit into the time of your absence, else your task is that of a jailer. The present pro- gram, then, is twofold: daily drill in obedience; plenty of work, play, and a bit of instruction• Write me of your progress. E. F. L. Flowery Formal With its appealing, old-fash- ioned lines, this flowered white organdy dress, modeled by Ann Loring, film player, is charm- ing for [ormal summer wear. The puffed sleeves and ruffle at hemline give it a quaint appear- ance, and an interesting touch is added by the red flower at the neckline. CRAWFORD'S DRUG STORE 111 w. Stephenson St. Freeport. IlL FILMS -- PICTURE FRAMING Commercial HARTMAN'S Photography Kodak Camera Shop Finishing Phone Lake 692 17 S. CHICAGO AVE. FREEPORT ,ZII Ambulance Serv,c. I . ! I I M o N U M E N T S Pr,vate Chap., 1 .l ,.,- Draught II MT CARROLL GRANITE AND V N tta - B rtell Ii  • i IIJ  II Cans l[ MARBLE WORKS aN a t O' a _ . II • I | ,'11 mnw . u; GEO. w. ,VET & SONS. Props. Funeral Directors [I ab • ii.N  . mm n Bottles li Workmanship Guaranteed . . All Work i1'l Ii # ) El Done by Pneumatic Tools ancF   PHONE 44 WARREN II LJ FREEPORT - . ILLINOIS I[ Sand Blast . . Prices Right \\;L J  J PHONE Blue 255 MT. CARROLL, ILL. Awards. G'RAIN, CO.L, COKE, WOJD 2:30 P.M.--Commencement Ex- FEED, SALT and SEEDS ercises, His Excel- lency, Bishop Hoban, Phone 106 Warren, Ill. presiding•  3:30 P.M.--Presentation of Awards. IIIllllllllllillllllllllll Tampico 'OI CLASS OF 1936 John Bradley, Joseph Campan- ella, Olive Meyers, John Mudore, . ::::::y ] , Thomas Mudore, Kenneth Mur- ray, Eudora Sarver, Catherine Sullivan, Neva Watts. [ At the commencement exercis- W ." P O U L T R Y i es an operetta, "The Fairies Are --ame- 1cO E G G S Really Truly" will be presented - ,('ream='" Milk- CiJam I, and the Most Rev. Bishop Hob- I an will confer the diplomas. The PHONE 29-R-2 I orphanage band, directed by Mr. I Clifford Billig, will play. "!- r ke t I THE TAMPICOI Many Freeport People M E A T M A R K E T I Attend First M a s s WALTER ELMENDORF. Prop. i Meats, Canned Goods, Groceries I Freeport.--A number of Freeport TAMPICO . . . ILL. I people attended the First Mass of IIIllllillllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllll Rev. Gerard J. Esser, youngest brother of Father Esser of Virgil, last Sunday at St. Elizabeth's GALENA k church, Milwaukee• The young priest was ordained last Saturday by Arch- bishop Stritch in Gesu church, Mil- waukee. He studied at St. Francis DIRECTORY seminary. Murphy Garage DIRECTORY General Repairing and Electric Service H.rdwar MARKET SUARE PHONE 13, WEAVER HARDWARE Oliver, Hart-Parr Tractors Implements -- Builders' Hardware PHONE 83-R-2 ERIE, ILl.. Prophetstown Direetory Auto Service • per m0n00h buys any Ford Car... Small down payment. GEe. MATHIS AUTO CO. Ford Authorized Sales and Service Car Painting Washing and Greasing Bakery BLOMME'S PrDphetstown BAKERY Plain and Fancy Quality BAKERY GOODS Prophetstown Phone 189 Furniture FRANK L. DUDLEY FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ambulance Service PHONE 13R2 Prophetstown, III. Gasoline, Oil Emery & Fullerton VESTA and WlLLARD BATTERIES GOODYEAR and NATIONAL TIRES Purol Products Phoine 256 Prophetstown, II1. Groceries ROYAL FOOO BLUE STORES Independently Owned Best Quality Aways Phone 201 Prophetstown, Ill. Implements Thede Implement Company Dealers in Plymouth and DeSoto Cars. International Trucks. Farm Implements. Seeds. Harness. Wind- mills. Hardwaxe. Refrigerators and Stoves. "One Price to All" Amboy Merehants Automobiles CENTRAL OIL CO. The Home o[ Quality MOBILGAS MOBILOIL Firestone. Tires and Batteries PLYMOUTH & DE SOTO CARS EDBRANIGAN John Deere Implements COAL AND COKE PHONE 291 Amboy. II1. Funeral Service Frank C.' Vaughan FUNERAL SERVICES Ambulance and Chapel PHONES 9  118 -- 204 Amboy, III. Groceries Royal Blue Store Groceries -- Fresh Meats Fruits Vegetables TURNQUIST & MATTIVI Meats Frank Brady & Co. For the Best of Meats at the Best of Prices Stockton DIRECTORY Automobiles JOS. H. FAHERTY Automobiles and' Supplies PHONE 165 Funeral Director COTTER FUNERAL SERVICE J. DONALD COTTER, Director PHONE 33 STOCKTON, ILL" Hatchery R. M. BOWMAN 6" SONS STOCKTON, ILL. PHONE 48 The finest Up-to-Date ]quipment and the best Baby Chicks Obtain- able. ALSO--If you have one boy or girl in your Family, have them Join our Poultry Club. Refreshments PERRY BROS. TAVERN SCH MIDT'S BEER Complete Line of Beverages "A Good clean Place" 311 FRONT ST. STOCKTON SAVANNA DIRECTORY Automobiles SAVANNA BUICK - OLDS CO. Sales and Service Main and Washington Streets PHONE BLUE 441 Dairy Stransdale Farm Products PASTEURIZED MILK, CREAM Ice Cream and Butter Phone Black 59 Florist DUNN BROTHERS "Our Flowers Last Longer" Phone Savanna Black 207 Funeral Director R. G. FULLER Ambulance Service Day Phone Night Phone Black 30 Black 500 Keh'inator The Only Refrigerator with Certificate of Low Cost of Operation HUNTER-HAAS LUMBER CO. Men's 00Vear Parker & Cromer Men's and Young Men's Furnishings Paint, Wallpaper See Our Challenge Sale Selection of New 1936 Wallpaper PAINT--WALLPAPER--GLASS ECONOMY PAINT STORE 419 MAIN ST. Phone Black 356 Shoes / • YdU /RE THRIFTY IN BUYING GOOD SHOES" ALBERT M. GREIsEN The tore Where Quali/y and Fit Matter Most lr''r'rRr,lr v, t