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Sunday, June 30, 1946 Bishop Talks To Men's Club On Helping Youth Rockford--Nearly 100 members of the Catholic Men's club of Rock- ford attended the Mass celebrated by His Excellency, the Most Rev. John J. Boylan, D.D., Bishop of Rockford, and received Holy Com- munion in the chapel at St. Thomas High school. At the lireakfast fol- lowing the Mass, the Most Revel'- end Bishop spoke on the responsi- bility a man has toward children. The object of the Catholic Men's club is to sponsor the Catholic Youth club of Rockford. The Rev. Edward O'Connor of St. Ambrose college, Davenport, Iowa, spoke on the subject of the Negro race and its relationship with man. Father O'Connor un- folded a very interesting discussion on the likeness of the Negro to all other men and pleaded for more tolerance of them. After the general meeting, the board of directors of the Catholic Men's club met and elected the fol- lowing officers for the year 1946- 47: Ralph J. Baudhuin, president; Edward giener, first vice president; Herb Foley, second vice president; Stanley Roche, secretary; Thomas T. Burns, treasurer. Raphael Yalden Named To Lead 4th Degree Knights Rockford--At a recent dinner meeting in the Lafayette hotel Atty. Raphael Yalden was elected faithful navigator of Fourth De- gree Knights of Columbus, Mul- (loon council. Attorney Yalden suc- ceeds Clyde McCarty who was lamed delegate. Other new officers chosen in- ?ude: John Sacks, faithful cap- lain; Frank J. Nolan, faithful ad- miral; Francis McCoy, faithful comptroller; John O'Malley, faith- ful pilot; Len Kelly, faithful scribe George Didier, inside sentinel Lawrence O'Brien, outside sentinel. PHOTOSTAT YOUR DISCHARGE AND OTHER VALUABLE PAPERS Photo Copy Service 312 Park Ave., Rockford, III. THE OBSERVER EDITION OF OUR SUNDAY VISITOR Diocesan Sports Arena By P. R. Cremer Opening games on the Aurora Catholic Youth League schedule were played last week, and night ganges will be featured every Tues- day for the remainder of the base- baH season at Copley 1 playground diamond. Seven parish clubs have entered the league and will cam- pete under the sponsorship of the Knights of Columbus, with Father Henry Schryer directing league ac- tivities. Scheduled games will be played through August 6, after which all )ostponed contests are to be com- pleted. The final playoff series will' begin after August 27, and the )airings wile depend on final team standings. St. Nicholas, Our Lady of Good Counsel, St. Mary's, St. Therese St. Joseph, Sacred Heart and Holy Angels complete the list of teams signed up for competition. Games scheduled for July 2 pit Sacred Heart against Holy Angel, Good Counsel vs. St. Therese, and St. Joseph vs. St. Nicholas. Over nne hundred youths of St. MarT's grade school and Commun- ity high of Sterling have registered for the summer playground ses- sions at the two schools . . . Coach Don Hennessy of Community will direct activities during the sum- mer months . . . Grade student. from first to fourth grades will be instructed in games from 9 to 12 o'clock every morning except Sat- urday and Sunday . . . All others will meet at the Community ath- letic field for afte,'noon and eve- ning sessions. Softball, volleyball, track, basketball, tennis, golf, anti other sports are on the docket for the summer play schedule and in- ter-playground games will be feat- ured . . . ThusCommunity takes a seven-league step in keeping St. Mary's students occupied during the summer months r and Coach News Section--Page 7 church, June 22. 1 SL Edmund's'church. June 19. Miss Carmella Falese of Carpenters-| Mt Angel. Ore. - Mis Alice Baadte of villa and Ms,hew Scarlets of Elgin byiFreeport, IlL. and Edward E. Gaines ef the Rev. T S. Green of St. Cutherine'alSacramento. Calif.. by the Ray. Dsmlcn church. June 2. | Jenlgea of St. Joseph's church. May 11. iahcth Mis Thelma Banworth nndl Howard G. Hopkins, both of Eligabth. hy 1 the Ray. Paul A. Tuchlinsky u[ St. Mary's| chureb. June 15. [ i)i -,dmlmlnlmmmamm.  Hennessy will' be watching some of the older lads with an interest that will go beyond the summer i)laygroun(t . . . The Comets have been on the upsurge in all sports during the past few years, and the season of 1946-47 really isn't so fat" away . . . July 4 marks the middle of the baseball season aud the footballs will be pumped up and ready when Sept. i opens an- other school sport season. Forty Hours of Devotion St. Anne's-Dixon--Third Sunday after Pentecost. St. Mary's-Huntley--Third Sun- day after Pentecost. TIlE THIRTEEN HOURS OF DEVOTION St. Peter's-Thomson--Third Sun- (lay after' Pentecost. St. Peter's-Davis Junction--Third Sunday after Pentecost. We[t[tinqs Rockfm'd Mrs. Shirh*y Ha llgren Fun- derburg of Belvidere and Jack Brereton of Rockford. by the Ray. N. M. Richter of St. Patrick's church, June. 22. Miss Florence Hartman nt Rockford and Jam,s Shaw of Pittsburgh, ]'a.. by 1he Rt. Ray. Msgr. W. G McMillan of St.. Peter's churt, h. June 22. Miss Maryjane Rumsey and Francis X [,as, Jr.. both of Itoekflrd. by the Rev. C. C. McGrth. O.S.A.. of St. Mary's church. June 22. Aurora- Milu IMargaret Ann FuMerer of Aurora and Donald Bruce liar, of Philadelphia, Pa.. by the Ray. M. A. Ki- sane of St. Rite's church, June 22. Mfil Murian Katherine Joseph and Wil- fred A. Kramer. both lf Aurora. by the Ray. H. A. Mellinger of Our I,ady of Gol Counael church June 22. Miaa Mildred C. Koenigs of Staceyville. Is.. and LeRoy a. Corcy of Aurora. by the Ray. R. N. Eiperw of St. IMary'n church, June 22. Miss Florence guk and ],oui$ .lames Shuts. botb of Aurora. hy the Ray. Bmall Marchls iff St. Mtchnel' church, June 15. Miss Mary Marlysm and Harold R. liartlett. |ruth of Aurora. by the Ray. 3. A Rzetotko of St. Peter's church. June 9. Mist Verna Ros and Edward M. Vmr- he..Jr., both of Aurtra, hy the ltev. W. A. Kricgamann of Holy Anl!la church. June 17. Dixon-- Mist Mary Evelyn Keenan of Dixon and Howard V. Berg of Rockford. by the Ray. T. 1,. Wnlsh of St. Patrick's church. June 22. Dundee-- Miss Elate Breaker of Dundee and Harry Keller of B(mcobel, Wis by tb,, Rv. T. S. Green (,f St. Catherine's Erie- Miss Valeriu Possley and Capt. Wayne Y. Hein. both of Erie, by the Ray. J. W. Vaughn el St. Ambro vhurch. June 22. Freeport - Mia Alice MeAuliffe of Shannon and George Halzel of Freeport, by the Rev. N. 3. Berg of St. Joselph's church. Jura. In. Miss Josephine Cardinali of Freeport and Sam J. Cmpe of Wilringn. Del., |.y the Rt. Ray. Msgr. C, F. Conley of St. Mary's church. Jnne 16. Somonnuk - Miss Marl/are, Weiamiller of Somonauk and Harry Freeiand of Aurora. by the Rev. C. J. Kirkfleet. O. Praem.. of St. John's church. June 22. Sterling Mt Roemary Conies end l,ou|s .I. Zalcwski, both of Sterling. by the Ray. Ambrose Weitekemp at St. Mary's church, June 22. llas Marguerite TeBodo Franz and Ruell Howard Babel. by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. A. J. Burns of St Mary's church. June 22. /it Alice He of Milledgeville and Robert Nichols of Sterling, by the Rcv. L. H. Ambre of St. Mary's church. ,lutte 22. New Haven. C,nn. - Mis Mar-ar.t Ellzabeth Duggln of New Haven, CJnn., ; and John Harria Glon of Sterling. IlL, i by the Ray. James Glynn of St.'l c'hurch, June I1. Oak |'ark. 111. - Mia Patrlcla Ann Kraft of Oak Park and William R. Gar- rity of Frceprt, hy the Rev. F. Benz vf n m| NIHAN & MARTIN PRESCRIPTION DR UGGIS'I '. Pre00cription00 :=:,7.o. FIREPROOF STORAGE i 715 S. Maln Street ROCKFORD,. ILLINOIS it, i ii PIGGLY WIGGLY SUPER MARKETS Complete FOOD Centere Free Parking Lots I',.,, |I Convenie'ce of Our Customers S1S N. Churck 6th & Charles 104S W. State $44B N, nd IN. 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