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NCCW Aids Mothers and their Infants WASHINGTON --- (NC) --- Iothers in remote sections of olombia, South America, will .~ceive new clothing for their lfants as a result of efforts of 'omen in various parts of the nited States. The shipment of new gar- ments valued at m o r e than L000 arrived in Colombia from le :National Council of Catho- c Women, in cooperation with atholic Relief Services-Nation- l Catholic Welfare Conference. Donations for the layettes 3me from NCCW affilates in ll parts of this country and ] n are given in the name of 'ape John. They are directed the Pope to poor children over the world. garments sent to Colom- a will be used as a stimulus better child care by mothers participate in the radio asses in baby care which are by Dr. Alejandro on Radio Sutatenza. This is part of the Radio df Popular Cultural Ac- directed by Msgr. Joaquin ~do. They bring basic edu- n, including literacy, to al- 40,000 active participants towns, villages and the most ~mote country settlements of dombia. ]?he clothing project set up NCCW is done through the Earls of its national Foreign .qief committee. ;1 Class Reunion MRORA -- Madonna high o01's class of 1951 will hold tenth reunion Saturday, Oct. at the Fox Valley Country b. Dinner will be served at Lm. followed by dancing to music of McQuades arches- te reunion committee in- ,des Mines. Betty (Banks) dwell Marilyn (Miller) Barry i ~e (Arimond) Weber, Dorothy! :emi0n) Meyer, Helen (May-: ) Stanoy, Jr and Pat (Wull-I Day ~FORD -- members of St. Anne society of St. Peter will receive Holy Cam- in a body at the 8:30 Mass Sunday, June 25. PAGE 6 THE OBSERVER RECEIVES CARDINAL NEWMAN AWARD--The Rev. Hubert McGinn, chaplain of the Newman student center at Northern Illinois university, presents the Cardinal Newman award to Mrs. Joseph Wiedemann, St. Thomas More parish, Elgin, given in recognition of outstanding work on behalf of the Newman foundation at DeKalb. The presentation was made during the annual meeting of the advisor~ board of Newman June 18~ Convention Book St. Anne Units WASHINGTON -- (NC) -- A Plan Outdoor 579 page book on the proceed-- ings of the 30th national conven- Bier Garten Wanz tion of the National Council of Catholic Women held in Las Ve- AURORA -- Units 16 and 17 of gas, Nev Oct. 31 to Nov. 4, has St. Ann society of Holy Angels been published here 'by the parish are sponsoring an old- NCCW The book is tRled lnese fashioned Bier Garten Tanz Sat- Works of Love," which was the theme of the convention. At Conference DUBUQUE, In. -- (NC) -- Sister Mary Benedict, president of Clarke college here, will at- tended a teacher education con- ference at the University of Pennsyl'vania June 20 to 23 as a representative of the national Sister Formation Conference. The meet~g was sponsored by the National Commission on Teacher Education and Prates- sional Standards. IT'S SO EASY TO BANK BY MAIL Park State Bank now offers this new convenience. Save steps and time. Fill out a special marling form, enclose deposit and mail. Bankin$ Hours: Mon Tues Thurs Friday 9:30 to 2:30 Friday Eves~ 4:30 to 7:30 X ' I I . 1 5817 N. Second Street Loves Park JOHNSON MOTORS MFC,--Thompson-- Aluma Craft Boats Skin Diving Equipment Everything for Above and Below the Water HARDWARE for Hard Water ED THORNE'S HARDWARE AND MARINE CENTER 7928 N. Second St. Rockford Open Man .and Fri. 8 to 8 -- Saturdays 8 to 6 @ MI HICKEY Real Estate FARMS--HOMES---LOANS Phs. 896 & 56.W-1--417 4th Ave.mRochelle Home Sweet Home HARM'S & TROOP'S C6 Rochelle s Only Home.Owned Super.Market" FANCY MEATS --- FROZEN FOODS PARTY SNACKS Quality and Freshness Always ! By Nellie Hughes We're a nation of pill-push- ere, and the pharmaceutical companies are very big busi- ness, indeed. If you're wonder- ing where your money goes, take a look at your medicine cabinet.In ours, there a r e enough empty prescription bot- tles to make the down payment on a mink. Two minks. Up~et stomach? Listen to it fizz (In flavors, yet.) Head throbbing, nerves jan- gled, muscles tense? Here's the pill. Take A Tranquillizer Nervous? Take a tranquiliz- er. Tired, run-down? Shake the bottle well Miseries of a cold? Gulp your pill-sandwich. (No lettuce). Sneezes and wheezes? Grab that anti-histamine. Tired blood, Gulp your Geri- tol, Grandma! Under-par? Learn your vita- min ABC's. But don't forget "D," plus thiamin, riboflavin, niacinomide, ferrous fluconate, calcium phosphorus, copper. magnesium, methionine, man- ganese, calcium panthothenate and inositol. That carillon you hear is you. What did you ex- port, w i t h all that metal in you? Too Fat? Too fat . . . too lean? Too geared up . . too g e a r e d down? Too elated . . . too de- pressed? D r y skin . . . oily urday evening Aug 19 The s k i n? Dandruff, blackheads, -' -", .Ipimples? Brucellosis, cirrhosis, ~anz Wl|t De Oil the LaKewooalhalitosis? playground, and music will,; beI Just name your n o t i o n. furnished by Jim Murphy'slThere's a potion or a lotion! quartet. [ It's amazing, really, that folk In charge of the affair are lwh take so many medications J to keep the physique function- wlmes riarry ,"~cnlm /~ D lom ling sort of let things go in the linson Paul Loduah and George ~ spiritual department. Schindelbeck. The refreshment] Like me. committee includes Mmes.[ When the knees genuflect, Achim, Gary Roberts, H. E. Mr- but no. .~t the spirit ? When the Curdy, Hobart Daw, R bertl'nstallt Of[icers Auge and James DeFrates. Other committee members are:L Mines. Schindelbeck, How- ard Arenkill, David Morris, George Van Barriger, Victor Luedtke, Joseph'Gleason, Thom- as McClernon, George Spieler, Paul Loduha, Arnold Lies, Jr Arenkill, Joseph Gleason and Edward ~Carrigan. Tickets may be purchased from any member of St. Anne society or the night of the dance 100th Child for Foster Parents ST. JOHN, N. B.--The 100th Mrs. Robert Hondley, repre- senting the DCCW, and Mrs. Cletus Tervere and Mrs. Don- ald Kraus. The new officers are: Mrs. Oli I k o n e n, president; Mrs. Douglas Keeling, vice presi- dent; Mrs. Gordon McKee, sac- rotary; and Mrs. Jack Rose, treasurer. Retiring officers are Mmes. Raymond Kulas, Austin Herrity, Robert Brown and Wil- liam Klocke. newly born infant was reeeivedj~ into the I~ome of Mr. and Mrs. m~- , George Perry who act as fosterllV|ee[ DunQay parents for the Catholic Welfare Bureau. To mark the occasion, Bishop Alfred B. Leverman of St. John presented the couple with a framed parchment bearing the blessing of His Holiness Pope John XXIII. Six years ago when St. Vin- cent's Infant Home was demol- ished, Catholic families here were asked to act as foster par- ants and board infants in their: homes pending ado'ption place-! monte. Mr. and Mrs. Perry were among the first volunteers and in the six years they have never been without foster chil- dren in their home. AURORA--The regular month- ly meeting of the Third Order of St. Francis will be held at St.I Charles hospital, Sunday, June 25, at 2 p.m. O' Thomas M. Delahenty Friendly .-- Personal Services 401 Rivet Lane Loves Park TR 7-7491 24 Hr. Ambulance Service Oxygen EQuipped---Prompt, Efficient Service SNYDER NURSING HOME "Always d Home.Like Atmosphere" Licensed by State of Ill. Supervised Diet Care Phone 6211 719 12th Ave. Fulton Considine's Insurance Agency ofc. Phone 2551 Res. Phone 2861 Fulton Illinois uneral nmr --Since 1878,- Corner of Sixth and Eleventh CompMtely Air.Conditioned Phone 2121 ~ Fulton, IlL CO-DIRECTORS J. M. Fay EIewellyn Fay John O. Seesser iTop IFamlly Enjoyment? THURS. 7 P.M. Channel 13 FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1961 conflict between my will and Thy will becomes intolerable? When prayers become d r i e d gourds with world-seeds rattl- ing futilely at heaven? Most of us, let's face it, keep right on rattiing those dried gourds. I know. I usually sound like a second-rate Latin Amer- ican combe. Spiritual Medicine But not any more. Ou~ on Moran Prairie I've found me a spiritual medicine cabinet with prescrpitions for j u s t about every spiritual ill that human souls are heir to. The boys on Madison Avenue could have a field day, describ- ing Immaculate Heart Retreat House, and what it does. But the services of the professional word wielders a r e n' t really needed. Eventually, each re- treatant brings another recruit to The place of Peace a n d Quiet The word gets around-- Habit-Forming Any time, now, the narcotics TEACHERS LEAVE CUBA--An aged Sister is helped from the plane at Baltimore's Friendship boys will raid the place. Much airport after she chose exile rather than teach the children in her school the principles of of the spiritual medicine in the IHRH cabinet is of the pain- Marxist Communism. Cuba's government has nationalized all education on the island and only killing variety, and as such is socialist-minded teachers, employees and directors may remain in the schools. Thirty-nine sis- habit-forming. For best results tars left their five schools in CUba after they were told to teach under Communist supervision retreats should be "taken rag- or get out. ularly as prescribed." D [ f ES PARK And now that my tarnishedAppoint CCW halo has a bright spot, every- I I thing is bright. Commtttee Heads Feeling low? Depressed? Suf- -- -- 1 Lundstrom Greenhouses fering from what's-the-use- is? Don't take an aspirin. Take At ~t. Ambrose ROBERT A. LUNDSTROM, PROP. ' i I e .1, i l 0 ] tC a retreat. ERIE--St. Ambrose Women's "See Us For All of Your Floral Needs" -- society will have the following Phone MA 5-0893 ~{~{~{~~t~1~ 1committee heads working with 205 Eighteenth Ave. Sterling, Illinois "~ "'~i I the Diocesan Council of Catholic ~l l I I ~]Women: organization and de- I/I ]~J ]2, i, ~ Ivelopment, Mrs. Robert En- I vvIr ~ n~ ~ right; home and school, Mrs. -~- EST. 1932 ~q~l{~~~[Lawrence DeSmet; traffic safe-] LEO J. LAUFF---Real Estate / DIAL MA. 5-0684 ~/ ty, Mrs. Robert Mix; public re-] AURORA-~-Miss Ann Marie Biehl andllations, Mrs. John Thomas;I INCOME TAX SERVICE JuneGeraldly.L" Philips, Holy Angels Church' sniritua1. ,- . development, ,~Mrs" Phflln "~iy 204 East Third St. Sterling, Ill. Miss Carol Anne Kleren and Robert N. Smith; rural llte, Mrs. Jxaymo o Geisen, Sacred Heart Church, June 17. "~ ',~ht. 1 - -1=,:-- ~g-- lh~ ~ .~nrl~ ~ egl~l~tlOll tvi/~,zatz Miss Judith Rae Reed and Thomas W.u, . Glover, St. Rita of Cascia Church, May 27. Miss Irene C. Tarnowski and Robert O. Sollinger, St. Therese Church, June 17. BATAVIA--Miss Sarah Jane Stumm and ThomasE. Burke, Holy Cross Church, June 10. CRYSTAL LAKE--MIss Ann Louise Bur- bank and Anthony May, St. Thomas Church, May 27. ELGIN--Miss Patricia Matusiewicz and Gary Manzow, St. Lawrence Church, May 27FREEPORT--Miss Janis M. Archer and James R. Peters, St. Joseph Church, June 3. Miss Marilyn ealles and Jerome Ra- kowsks, St, Thomas Afluinas Church, June 3. HUNTLEY--M~Ss Ann Rlehl and Floyd $eemann, St. Mary Church, June 3. ROCKFORD--Miss Lois J. Oews0n and Donald F. Boatman, St. Mary Church, June 17. Miss Virginia M. Fischer and Richard C. Bridgeland, St. Patrick Church, June 17~Aiss Ann M. Lotta and Harold Burkom, St. Peter Church, June 3. ST. CHARLES--Miss Diane G. Rosko and Rudolph e. Oison, St. Patrick Church, June 3. STERLING--Miss Mary A. Maring and John R. Johnson, St. Mary Church, June 10Miss Sharon Ann Sleeper and Ralph M, Lambing, ~ Mary Church, June 1~. Miss Jonet . Stone and William . Ethington, Sacred Heart Church, June 10. STOCKTON--Miss Jo Ann C. Dower and Ch~lrlesF ~aker~ Hoiy Cross Church, M~y 27. TAMPICO--Miss Nsncy M .Henrekin and Darrell Driessens, St. Mary Church, June 10. WONDER LAKE--Miss Sandra S. Sells and Richard H. Gaynor, ChriSt the King Church, June I0. RICHLAND CENTER, WlS.--Miss Paula M. Prestegsrd and Roger L. Hausveck, Rockford, St. Mary Church, June 17. cis Possby, and Newman co-or- dinator, Mrs. Wayne Hein. Mrs. Charles 1Viand, president of the society, has also appoint- ed the following parish commit- tee heads: sacristy, Mrs. Anna Passley; program, Mrs. Bernard Null, Jr spiritual benefits, Mrs. Julian DePauw, and ways and means, Mines. Raymond En- right and John Thomas. The June program wa~ ~n charge of the libraries and lit- erature committee: Mrs. Sol Shaheen, chairman, and Mmes. Robert Andrews, Millard Schav- :or, James Clark, Jr Thomas Enright and Leo Froeliger and Miss Valerie Boone. They pro- vided a display of Catholic books, and the Rev. Thomas No- villa spoke about good reading. Society members are sponsor- ing a rummage and bake sale Saturday, June 24, in Dr. La Rue's building, Erie. 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