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News Section--Page 8 St. Vincent's Jottings Vacation Days are here again and with them the prospects of many hours in the glorious sun- Sh00o; ' some children these hours will be shortened, as they attend summer-school. They are happy, 'HE OBSERVER EDITION OF OUR SUNDAY VISITOR PUS of the American I,egion Post of Freeport. They also provided buses for transpnrtation. To some of the small children, it was the "first bus ride." That was almost a Circus in itself. A particular instance which served to make the occasion more enjoyable, was the fact that just before leaving the house each child was given two hEckles by Rev. Mother. Every- body likes to have money in the pocket when going to a Circus. These nickels were put to good use. Our sincere thanks to the Amer- ican Legion who made this pleasant afternoon possible for us, also to the Circus personnel who were so kind to us while there. Say it with flowers! That's ex- actly what St. Vincent's and St. Joseph's did Sunday whet+ Father's Day was observed. Each depart- sent in the entire house, from the Nursery to St. Joseph's Home, had a representative to present Father with a bouquet of roses. Various groups gathered at dif- ferent times during the day to sing however, to attend, for this will ..... "Happy Father's Day to You." The mean. .greater success m LaP commg KmdeJ' "garten chihh'en made a .spe- SChOOl term. cial trip to Father's house and sang a special song under the window. This past week has been one of When visiting Priests were noticed particular joy for us. We were on the grounds toward evening, privileged to have Reverend Mother they were also serenaded. Johanna in out' midst for several days. At an impressive service in our TiRe evening before Rev. Mother's Chapel, Mrs. E. J. Boland became departure, the children presented a professed member of the Third an hour of entertainment in her Order of St. Francis, and at the honor. After the program Rev. same time, all the members pres- Mother had a surprise for each ent approached the Communion rail ehild--a treat of ice cream and a and renewed Profession to the candy bar. ideals and principles of the Fra- ternity. Father Juvenal, O.F.M., We wish to thank Mr. Haney for the (ommissary, officiated at the the splendid movie he provided ceremonies and gave tn instruc- last Monday--"The Virginian." tire and inspiring talk. Benedic- tion of the Most Blessed Sacrament Tuesday afternoon al at St. Vin- followed. cent s were the guests at the Cir- .... Too bad REal was disturbed while serving the Lord. When it was ......... time to awaken him, Sister heard "' " him reverently, saying,,, "Sanctus, i Sanctus, Sanctus. :i; During the pas----- week Death  visited St. Joseph's Home, claim-! .," - : ing the souls of Mrs. Anna Ryan .........  and Mrs. Malinda Speroni. May "i they rest in peace! , Mr. & Mrs. Walter J. I 4D, NEWBERRY'S I Stephano Observe l  Wallpaper ond Point l 'lu.. I..k;Imn Modern Styles in . I I \\; w.,, ..... I Batav+a.--The Rt. Rev. Msgr. W. ..... r--r--- 't S _:_, [ J Douovan pastor of Holy (,'o s [ __.___ and P. ..... "" . ' . I  22 W Main I pamsh, Batavm, was celebrant of I "i"]r-A _ " I the Mass on uesday morning, [ " g- " Freeport [ June 11, in Holy Cross church, commemorating the silver wedding = :-::-:=:------::= anniversary of Mr. attd Mrs. Walter .............  J. Stephano. Billy Cavender, a nep- I WISE BUYERS BUY [ hew of the jubilarians, was one of I m a II "" 1 [ the altar boys for the Mass. ] rimer s nreaa i Walter J. Stephano, veteran of I r" I World War I, and Miss Pauline 1 ! N. Paske of Harvey, were married | .,...,--.I in St. John the Baptist church, |  r--' Harvey, June 11, 1921. All of their 1  q[l__. J married life has been spent in Ba- lJ I lllldl I tavia. All of their children and ' III grandchildren were able to be ore- sent for the celebration. They are: AT |  Walter J. Stephano, wife and two YOUR I  I r w children of North Aurora; Joseph , ldu 1 | I Paul Stephano, recently discharged OROCR S l I ][ II from service, and wife, and Mary ']L. ,1 1'O and?et,el;tJOhnnyh :.._..... +- - .,++. live at home. k ,,41. You Can't Go Wrong With Wright WRIGHT INSURANCE SERVICE 408 Smith Bldg., Freeport  Tel, Ridge 1421 Bob Sieferman's Standard Station Opposite St. Vincent's Home OPEN EVERY DAY, including SUNDAY KERLIN GROCERY GROCERIES -- MEATS - FREE DELIVERY DAILY 121 S. Galena Tel. 847 C00anonization Of Mother Cabrini Set For July 7 Last Formal Step Taken In Cause Of United States' First Saint Vatican City, June 17.--(NC)-- The previously announced date-- July 7--for the canonization of Blessed Mother Frances Xavier Cabrini was formally confirmed Wednesday at a semi-public Con- sistory, at which the last formal step was taken in" the process which began in Chicago in 1928 and which will raise the first citi- zen of the United States to the honors of the altar. Twenty Cardinals, a Patriarch, 4 Archbishops and Bishops in- cluding all members of the Roman Curia and of the Hierarchy in the vicinity of Rome, attended the function in Consistory Hall and ap- proved by open ballot the canoniza- tion of four candidates. The result was announced by His Emi- nence Granite Cardinal Pignatelli di Belmonte, dean of the Sacred College and Prefect of the Sacred Congregation of Ceremonies. Among those attending were the Latin Patriarch of Antioch, the Most Rev. Roberts Vincenti; Arch- bishop Michael O'Doherty of Ma- nila and Bishop Gerald P. O'Hara of Savanrah-Atlanta. At the conclusion of the cere- monies the Holy Father thanked all in attendance. The July 7 date was then named for the canoniza- tion of Mother Cat)rEnt and the ap- pr.oval of the three other causes which have been associated with hers since before the February con- sistories was also atmounced but no dates were set for them. The other three Blessed whose causes received the final confirma- tion of the assembled prelates are: Blessed Jeanne Elizabeth Bichier des Ages, co-founder of the French community of the Daughters of the Cross; Blessed Bernardino Realino, famous Italian Jesuit preacher who died in 1616; and Blessed John de Britto, S.J., Portuguese missioner martyred in India in 1693. The Vice Postulator of Mother Cabrini's cause, Msgr. Aristco V. Simoni, and a delegation from the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart, the community which Moth- er Cabrini founded, are expected to come to Rome by air to witness the forthcoming ceremony at St. Peter+s Basilica. Mother Cabrini, who died December 22, 1917, in Chicago, is bm'ied in New York. Founder Of Jocist Movement To Visit North. South America Brussels, June 17.--(NC)--Can- on Joseph Cardijn, founder of the Young Catholic Workers movement (Jeunesse Ouvriere Chretienne), will visit North and South Amer- ica this Summer and take part in several important youth congresses there, it has been announced here. .... Galena Galena Fruit Market and Fancy Grocery James Caterina To Manage Freeport Swift Co. Plant A GOOD PLACE TO BUY Sunday, June 23, 1946 Freeport--Mr. James CaLerina has been appointed manager of the new Swift and Company Dairy and Poultry plant in Freeport. A mem- her of the cheese division of Swift and Company for many years, Mr: Caterina began active supervision of the Freeport plant on June 17. He will continue buying foreign types of cheese from dealers here as formerly he had done through the 3hicago office. The present cheese processing plant has been completely recon- ditioned and a new factory is un- (let' construction. Operations in the new plant will begin by early fall and the older structure will be used for curing and storage space. Mr. Caterina said tbe completion of the new factory will increase manufac- turing capacity. l,'rancis Xavier parish, l,aGrange, Ill., Mr. Caterina, his wife and two daughters will soon establish the family home in Freeport. He served as president of the Holy Name so- ciety in LaGrange in 1938 and was also a charter membez of the St. Vincent de Paul society Ile be- longs to the Knights of Columbus. Mrs. Caterina was a member of the Catholic Woman's club at La- Grange and the Mothers' club at Nazareth academy. Mrs. George Maurer Study Club President Freeport--At the final meetinK of the Catholic Woman's Study class held at Krape park following a picnic supper, officers for the group were elected. Mrs. George Maurer was chosen president; Miss Agnes Tappe, first vice president; Mrs. D. C. Bennett, second vice president; Miss Helen I.,eamy, At present a member of St. secretary-treasurer. Freeport C O A LMoo +,,o,,i l l CRAWFORD'S DRUG STORE [ EXPERT FITTERS OF TRUSSES | ELASTIC STOCKINGS AND SURGICAL SUPPORTS I !11 W. Stephensen Street Freeport, IlL I YOUR SHOP ' I Lingerie -- Knlckernlcks -- Vossarettes -- Hosiery -- Handkerchiefs 1 PEARL HEINE ..... BESS BECHTOLD I HOTEL FREEPORT BLDG. -- TEL. M. 2074 I im m II II I  Cloth i n:UnL IFTJnish ings I aPP. COURT HOUSE DRESS WELL AND SUCCEED FREEPORT ! 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