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THE OB;SERVE FBIDAV .TT qF 10S ou "Be present everywhere ]or the/aith, ]or Christ, in every way and to the utmost possible limit whenever vital interests are at stake, Be there on guard and in action." Plus Xll. eet A/filiates O BELVIDERE--Complete care the front of the new convent to or her work in Guam as a teach- f the altar and saying the ros- ry are the basic purposes of St. ames Altar and Rosary soci- ty. But they also have a va- iety of special p r o g r a m s groughout the year and a mum- er of money-making activities. i For the society's ease in con- acting members of the parish, te parish has been divided into .ocks with a block captain for tch. A captain calls each wom- a on her list to notify her of )ecial programs : to s o 1 i c i t temberships, spiritual b o u- acts baked goods+ rummage: ad to distribute a n d collect lance books, Each of the five wards of the ty has a ward captain who is ~tified by t h e membership' ]airman and she then notifies, Lock captains in her ward when! lere is phoning to be done. i Novena, Rosary I The g r o u p meets once a mnth on the last Tuesday. af- ,r novena devotions to O u r ady of Perpetual Help. The )sary is said aloud in church ~fore going to the hall for the metings. In addition to purchasing all replace trees Gut down when er, where the School Sisters of the highway was w i d e n e d. Notre Dame have a mission. These were obtained and plant- ed by the Men's Garden Club of Most of the Catholic Daugh- Belvidere. Also, the legislative tern of A in e r i c a, Court St. committee had cards printed James No. 620 of Belvidere, are with the prayer for the PresS- also members of the Altar and dent and distributed them to Rosary society of St. James par- members and other parish on-ish. ers. Variety of Activities Hat Auction Their programs and activitie~ One unusual money-making have included a book review by project was an auction of hats Mrs. Pearl O'Brien on Dr. Dool- Which were donated by prom - ey's "The Night They Burned nent women such as Mrs. Otto the Mountain," contributions to Kerner and Mrs. William Strat- the Newman fund through the ton. This was done at a potluck State CDA, saying the rosary dinner meeting. Other ways and at each meeting, a display of means projects have been bake books, and maintaining a parish sales, rummage s a 1 e, dinner library in the vestibule of the dance, and the awarding of a church. boat. Proceeds from the rum- Miss Alice Ryan as chairman mage sale were earmarked for of the visiting committee and the Newman foundation, her committee members have Among the special programs made many calls on old or sick this year have been a talk on parishioners. "Our Lady of Guadalupe" by Each year in May a breakfast Mrs. Marie Wilkinson, who has is held after corporate commu- m a d e a pilgrimage to the nion and Mass. Mothers are shrine, honored at this time, in particu-i Members sponsored a cooking lar the Blessed Mother. A dona- school in conjunction with Cath- tion is made each year to a mo- olic Daughters of America. In tor chapel in the South. March they had a panel discus- To make money the court sold sion on vocations by Serra club cookies at Christmastime, held l members, and on the feast of St. a raffle of a gift certificate and! ]pplies for the altar, the so- iety pays one of its members do all of the laundry for the tar. Members plans to buy ~w missals and some hymn >oks for the adult choir soon. Special projects have includ- the purchase of six trees for Librarians Need to Be Dedicated "Parish librarians are dedi- cated people" said the Rev. Angelo G a r b i n in a recent speech to the PariSh Library section of Catholic Library as- sociation, of which he is chair- man. His speech offered sug- gestions and ideas for the ded- icated group to which he re- ferred. The answer to one of the basic questions of catechism is "God made us to know Him, to love Him and to serve Him," Father Garbin said. It is the function of the parish librar- ian to help people acquire knowledge of God. He explained that it is best to start this work slowly by coordinating the ideas of dif- ferent parish groups. We must give people the things that they like, he said. We attempt to appeal to all classes--non- Catholic as well as Catholic. It is well to have a large l library committee composed of[ people with different interests.I The apostolate of good reading[ in bringing books to the peopleI is a step furthering adult edu-] cation. A better informed peo-/ ple should have a greater love' Is dora they had a talk on that a pre-Lenten dance. Donations, saint and blessing of seeds and were made to the parish build- nesday of each month for a soil brought by members. Sis- ing fund and to the new St. Jo- business meeting and the third tar Carl me, the grade school seph hospital. Wednesday for a social meet- principal, spoke at one meeting The court meets the first Wed- ing. STUDY GROUP IN GENEVA -- Fifteen women of St. Peter parish, Geneva, affiliated with Aurora deanery, have organized a legislation discussion group under the direction of Mrs. Mary Smith, parish legislation chairman. Each member actively participates in each meeting, using prepared notes. Discussion centers around a pre-arranged topic selected at the previous meeting Those pictured, (1 to r) are: Mmes. Margaret Callo aghan, Margaret Matkovic, Celeste Hallahan, Adeline Yender, Mary Smith, Lillian Hoot, Mary Lou Antill and Jerry Holch. dHr'2r fGod, Father Garbin contin-; [Of[eps 1" ' S r network. We supplement the F r way do we compete with it. " " We have books of special in- I l a I rarest to Catholic peo, le that I.IlIPflP! hR I The angel of the Lord declar-lAngelus, is recited three times It is told of St. Charles Bor- J--~.=~~ ~ ]~, i ' dail "n " n" monas'er " the public library does not |ed unto Mary and she concezved y in co vents a n t + - meo that out of his great love ' ~ies and in many Catholic schools -, handle : lof the Holy Ghost. t . . for the Angelus he would fall It ix ossentinl that tho nnri~h An Ideal parish hbrar~ ,s onet ]except during Eastertide which librarian-ha--ve--a-~.'l.eai'l~:7 .~': in which every parishioner is us-l nail mary . . . l extends from Holy Saturday un- oown upon hiS Knees when near- s u~ . -,I B'~hold the handmaid of the!+a ,r ;+. ~, ~. n .; +~; ing the bell wherever he might in people and love for them lug the uorary. I ~ ~. ~ ~ o,u~.y. ~,-s -,+ ~ ~ ' . ,~. ~ ~.~ before she can interest them Methods of ot~erat; ILord, be it done unto me accord- time, the Regina Caeli is recited, be ann even in me muuuy ro,~. s -I Simiiar revelations nave been in the good reading which wlI1 i r mg to Thy word Gabriel Bell h r ts S Stam~ cessful lb ary were presented ini " told of ot e sain . t. %- was l Hail Mary . . . It was at the end of the 14th labs Kostka usually said three make for a more informed a workshop recently which I And the Word was made flesh, century that Thomas Arundel, A'~es turned in the direction of Catholic laity, Father Ghrbin attended by Mrs. C. A. Lies, dio- and dwelt among us. concluded. Archbishop of Canterbury de+ St. Mary Major in Rome. cesan libraries and literature Hail Mary creed that in the morning on chairman. Following is a report Pray for us, O holy Mother of awakening and at nightfall, the prepared by Mrs. Lies concern- God, that we may be made wor- bells should be tolled to invite 'the faithful to recite "One Our thy of the promises of Christ. mg mat workshop. Let us pray. Pour forth, we Father and five Hail Marys in The workshop was based on beseech thee . . . ]veneration of Our Lady Mary, the operation of the parish IS- ~i~t-r~ Meanin~ the mother of God, our patron- brary of Queen of MartyrsI par- . + j, , ish, Evergreen Park. It is a iS- rtow many of us have heard ass and protector in all adversi- ties." An indulgence of 40 days brary of about 2 000 volumes in land recited this Deaufitm angeli- a parish of about 1,500 families cal salutation in honor of Our was granted to all who practiced Suggested Board A library board should be composed of a chaplain, chair- man, secretary and treasurer. IN me committee chairmen were +suggested: Head librarian, pur- chasing, screening, publicity, Many of us are familiar with Millet's remarkable painting, "Angelus," which sold to an American for an immense sum. The picture depicts two peas- ants laboring in a fie 1 d, who stopped their work to recite the Angelical salutation at the sound of the village church bell this devotion YCA 1"'1 BlesSed Mother asks Mrs. Mel- ' " " r The bell was then called the Cha aim vm Moore of Prophetstown, Ste - ; . + "~aorie~ oeu" which the sexton lingbeanery,wno nas submit- . ed ',was autnorized to ring morning ROCKFORD -- The Rev. Wil- t the followinghistory aud, ~ liam Knott, assistant pastor at ^, ,~^ ~t. ann evenings every bay as a bid- 111~11111~ UI Lilt ~UUVC ~c~la.y~l. "1. fling to the people -- to the sick, St. James Pro-Cathedral, has when we nave heard me- t" "ealth to 'h "" been named chaplain of the ' " 1 tO ne n y, t use at nome chimes peal forth in ear y morn ' "~and abroad that they should Young Catholic Adults of the ing noon or night from manj, l reet Our La city. processing periodical H o 1 y ' L ;1 I g by wnn mezr our ' nurcnes ano hospitals as well ~,=, -- . ~. - +. -- - ' . I-e amer and rive i~.an lvlarys. ~3~a;,re2re::entntaUtVCe c~a~i~n: as conventsand monasteries,1 However, the mid-day bell DCt l/ ttDrt =. ~ ~," nave we asl~eo ourselves me iwas never rung in England and |IV~II[VII~ a * ry men aria overaues, meaning of them? The accom- ~ . ; ~: ~ tthe Angelus, ,~ ,t ~ ,uw ~mu Those who assist in the libra- panying prayer, Known as tne [ all t a[DOllC countries, CUd not a0ors. ,sry maqb 2men or teen ,come into use before the begin- p~ on duty :t o~ne tvetW:n~e~; ~i~l~~Ig~ll~pinieng:ftot~aJ:thcoC%~r:edand ~~'~--I arrange so that volunteers have ~ /] $ / I / ~[France a turn once a month. It l/I I I I" . ~!~l " IRill~llll[ll~ . vt/eaaln Angelus Dim n To be successful a parish li- s~ ~ I I wa lso in h 1 ' lii[~N~ I: br r Ng' t s a t e 4th cantor5 a y must publicize its books. ~.e.~l~ ~=-~ " I~imlll~,~L~,lII I- "~l~q There should be library an- ~ir~N~'~'~[that Pope Urban V ordered the IJJl,~Ll~[~ lit ~ nouncements or a short book re- e,s, ouaucuE - Mi+s .e,en M, cu,-]bells to berung every day for IllilllllN~i 1. ~ view at each Altar and Rosar- ,ca and William J. Stair, 51. Mary church,/ the trlpm angedcal salutation, lil l "l Io I ' ~ June 17. which was called the An elus meeting also at Holy Name Miss Rose ~nn Hask d Har,an Nau-I g ~i~11~~ l: -' ~ meetings + .man, St. Mary Church, June 17. / Domini This was called in order I illlllllUilllllllliMH I emfiN ~ Miss Juanita Weydert and Gerald T./ . ~. + :I~ml--'--"~lM. I lPus, St Mary Church June24. /to honor our t~mssed MotherJl:l~l~li[]]]l]lipJilllrll l= 17 Book Review Program McHESRY -- Miss Patricia A. Bedard|and Our Divine Lord for the in-! ~.L.~ '~tl~ I A newsletter should be includ-J $ m %J10We+nberg' St. Patrick |effable mystery of the Incarna-! --- UMMAGE SALE FOR NEWMAN--A special money-making I ed in the church bulletin once a Miss'Donna t~:.Da}ziel anti .rank |tion and to obtain Our Lady's[ 'Kacprowicz, hi. /wary cnurcn, June lU, . rolect, a rummage sale, with all proceeds to be turned over ]Tit ~r IT + . Imonth with annotations of elghtl Miss D M. King an6 Ted shcae,-]blessIng on the crusades. I D,al WO 3-5409 } the Newman foundation" at DeKalh, was carried" out by mem- Inonor woman IDeanery Library:, tl r ten books. Books that will er, 2st Mary cl~urch June ~-17" - -- It ~ is mteresnng m note mat" in ' ers of the Altar and Rosary Society of St. James parish, nel- I I Literature/ h": l appeal to teen agars should be l an~o~n~.~a,Tr,~'~s ~ 'wJ&3~.lsome Protestant churches in I %.~ dlIllI t:Jll June 17 idere. The society has 230 members, although only about half ]Aide to lYNJ I reviewed occasionally. I MiSS Carol Naffziger and Jerry Downey [England, the church bell is stillI II ~l~ll~ I~lIllLI [ these are active Those pictured (l to r) are Miss Marian [ I Diocesan Mrs C A Lies I Once a v ar re .la h. ~ist Andrew church June ~7 'Itolled at 6 a m and 6 D m as a l [] [] []fl [] l l~ rndg,cM:;. Leroy Blackburn, Mrs. Joe Wflhalm and Mrs. IM sA fW a :. oi :i:o fVd2[Aurora; assistant Mrs.Betty book revie: ptrh;rai:hto'whichl~l!:h~{d:~7~:~e t~'.ssMS~::ns~n~a#~g 1Swi~?:hl [: :vabO?t? :nd mart~:tn~j LIJKIL/Lll ~'~ Y. I " I Kelly, Aurora " ~the whole parish is invited At l -. I " " " Y I ~T ' I Miss~ernice Anne KrisI aria Robert L . J ermanent re resenta each memoer nlSCUSSlng a QII F A " [ ' "' P P -1 Aurora' Mrs ur A ag-Olin f this time, have about 10 reviews lcorey, sts. Peter and Paul church, JuneJOld Catholic usage. I I~ I~ !-.-- ) tlve to the United Nations Eco ~* , nr~e~non I ' ' ' -Itock Geneva " " ' - done by people of different inter-: Mis Jeanne Sartori d Vincent Dor I Saints Adoration I aTOl'U %0. Int:a ,Vbl~/Vl~lb~ Jnomie and Social Council from[ ' " ests includi,~ 0+ lone+ ,~,~ ~,~. an "~t Bernadette church June 10 " . ,|the World Feder ti f C h I Freeport -- MIss E 1 1 e e n[ MissRita Teeters and Gtlbert Falkows+,n many communities o no.e I a on o at -, ~ager. inane revmws snoum De kin, St Edward church, June 24. who have dedicated their lives to l "~'~n ~ x~ -- ~.t.~s ~v m,- ~,~e~e~ J[olic Women and Girls, was[t-ampoelt, zreeperr. I kept short, only eight or ten min- ST. I:HARLES-- MIss Diane O. Rosko r,~.4 i+,o+~ ~.r +icetor~n J ~.~v vvy,s,%,ts t. U N K,/ K t g g A r g K / I/honored by Caldwell College/ McHenry -- Mrs William utes in len'*th and Rudolph E. bison, St. Patrick church,| v I Ill / " I ~, June 3. /religious vows when reciting thai Rockf,ra llJ or women inornton ~ Fin urove IT Mtss Mar ref v "'0 '' LANDSCAPING SINCE 1923 J/ The college, conducted by/ Roekfo'rd PMr: Osear'Julin! Itis'excellentf r!hepast r-t eySOnU~w~OE"-~aris n'St'g~eleflas'!Angelus" J E! / -- ,Iglve the nnrary a plug I~'om the church June 24 I-- -" ,~.~z/ M. Mo,n }t KocKrora lithe Benedictine. Sisters, con-|Belvidere lp u 1 n i t occasionall- "-erha-s STERLING --'Miss Barbara Bitter1 andll . ! . " v ~*Y P Leonard A. Brennan, Jr St. Mary church, ferred itsMarian Award on l June 17 DIAL TR 6-1811 I/ ~ Sterling -- Mrs John Dres, lonce a month /I end, urn. All Dm,ek,e ,~ I I/her for outstanding commun-[~i " 1 ' ~,iss.Mari]y.n J Srr+ilh .and. Gilbert C.[I O~llFIIIq rill /Ull~li~ ~ I / /,-~,-~*,-+ r~i+ +.la 1Ll~l~.ffig**l i Keln bacrea Hearl cnurcn June i/. L1 ~ ~i,~ i l~yservlce u ~pl y:~ lrLt~lplttL " IL ~-+3 I " " I~ --I VIRG -- Miss Cecile Kiefer and Lyle II Ki~hwnukee Da,rv-Pmmnt-Cnurt~ou~ ~If::jcv~.;;'.~ I I Book discussion clubs help pro-F. Schlitz, Sts. Peter and Paul church, + -. "'-- " ~ '.--'"r'- ":--- " / "- "! w . I June . Driver-Salesmen dehver Dmryland s I ~Jl~lll I ~ ~ ~ ew. I ~L--- n- z I|1 /l"/'~y~l Krll%~lc liing every two months is oftenland Edward A. Mass, St. Mary church,]l .*,~o.~ ~,r,~.~ L~u,y ,~u~ta,~ ~,| I 1F N ~ I ~IL~""/.bX I o, oemar+ers ]or I|1 nuuA~u u~.uuvvv~ II,June m. tl -,our narish. Safe,uarded b, t~11 ! I enough One category may be ASBUR M, I r n ! e" ~ 7 " ' [ Y -- "ss G o ia J. Smilh a d l - - I Four~eno i--. Itl IteonsideredateachmeeUngwith,R+ymoodG McOonald, Jr eas'Du-'l ModemSan,t~ryEqu,pment. I I I i~lll,~.~l~ ll~[I I r,IIr~l I ilnllrlr li ~, Ibuque, St. Phil0mena church, June 17. il V.~g~b~+~t~ I i - BETTENOOR,Iowa -- Miss Phyllis . I UIA U U I[ferent book which he or she haslKic and Char'es E. Morris, Rockford i UnCUtAta,ucc na,ov I u t~,~,r,~ r-~,;*.~,(~,~-, ~ -" ~ n U~A ~n nln I~ IOur Ladv af Lourdes church, 3une 24. In I%lh/~illlPIUl%lr, IG ~n~m ~ n read In I:ne category inls lS e~ ahf M~ s u an Fa I v"'~"l~ ~'Z~,I.'~O~:2. i[! I Ui~/~l~l II ~ I " ~ ~-I EL TORO C . -- "s SS Yil I l pecIally good for acquainting and L1 James Arthur McGinn Rock I H Lundaren I~ on ' 1 I " " " -+9, ~'=~++~ ~ cu^ I,i Ilvolunteers with the books [Fa S, M COrpSair slatien chapel [I .~. ~.p+ ~L~,BOlIp~I 1 -- Ill ~ II " A ,oo,4 b,ll,qn t',~orA ,;+h ~+ ! SINSINAWA, Wis. -- Miss Eileen Haver- I Phone WO 4-9921 ROCKFORD 311 Carohne St. I I:1 ~ II --e, "" "~"-ltape and Merin H by Menomnee St. Jl | Roekfo,-a lil s~ Iltractive displays changed oftenlJaseph church, June 21.' ' I'-- ---- ='~ III| ROCKFORD'S ORIGINAL Iland ke t u to dat t STREATOR -- Miss Shirley Capko and1 nluI SWISS JEWELiR 1 1 1 I I P p e is essenuat.[c~3; ~s ~uVay~han, Rack,ord, St. Stepbenll 205 N. Church St. II It One final suggestion was al WASHINGTON DC MiSS mtdredII ql IL~ ~ & V4m ann a UAruunnT- : I[I 11S N. Chuech I[bookmark for each book, with|To,undid and 'Ludi~b:~ie,~r,re~US~%,ll,~ ~ A 1[ Ik-V ~ m~p~ I I I~V l~/ ~ I[! I/space for comments by readers I s~rime et the Sacred Hen t c u,il ;H +. -11 J, I~ ~nn e sm~, .~ k nm n u ~ CHEVYVILLE' E II I nn n,!" KI=I, UUlSl U~ OUR HOMEMADE PI S OCKFORD e "~" THE MONEY YOU + u + + A Oe,ic,ou, I1 ~ I i I &lL SAVE BY THE 'STH complete city of new cors, new trucks ond used cors . . . 5 I "'++ IIii h ,;, ,ir.P II r [] ' EARNS FROM THE 1ST rorry flatters tot ' F J huge Io ofions serv n9 you w th the ,nest i. ou,omohvo ~~ . .11 I,A Ill 105. 5. P. llLl;ltHI; ]1 il 0 Fi, OF THE MONTH '~~:::~-- ~ uttvert fill I +1 I " i~ | sales and service . . Remember -- 100 new 1961 Chevro ets ~,~~~+J]~' Tost Fish Menus I ~ tJs~v ,~s s~ Ulim . ~, 1 ~ w - " ' I i Y " I : " Savings Insurea to $10 000 -- -- ~ For Fridoy--Toko Home I ~u~L~O~E III I (JPTOME'I'RIST I . ~! FI t I by Federol Snvin+s ond'Loon For tmmed,ote dehvery no wolt,ng o l serv ced ond ,ead,o 0o. ~ R.od, To S v. I IIII I II I I !,1~ I Ins. Corp. I Two Chapels MAIN OFFICE NEW CARS WELCH S HEEt:t= uu'r I ,wo nape. 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