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FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1961 THE OBSERVER PAGE 9 " IM " "gh Boys Examine Booster Club 1 1 arran Ht Seminary Life Plans Benefit r. . IFather' s Club CANTON Ohio (NC) Aoto ELGIN The recently elected rlanneu . 3 I taX of 220'seven~ and--eL.hth officers ~" St Edward Booster -,- IMeets Today grade boys *are sampling se~- ,Club are completing plans for DAVENPORT, In, The Most to the diocese of Davenport in/ . inary life for t w o weeks at', their annual corned beef a n d Rev. Ralph L. Hayes, Bishop of 1944 and was enthroned in Day-[ WOODSTOCX--N%wly electea Brunnerdale Seminary here cabbage dinner to ~ held July lthe diocese of Davenport will en"rt in 1945 Iofficers oI lvtarian uentrat nigh dS/% -5 oam at St Edward h,gh sch0ol n ~eneral adult chairman of[~oCha ;lSatFatbers iclutbW~n~g~t~ sp~r~tU:ln~:::c;~n cS~!a ? aS;e i~ ~:!Ys!ieenRtl~!' threeflB~ ilYs t;! lae~i! I~ol~e~n : gs~.n ~mS ~Urd Ys:ce:k I:~;a::udsyt2ekRe:? :h:i:aM.aP~-I!fheCn?;~r~'::~a;avi~h~::du~lag2f~d: that.of the seminarians, ": ,-,A" - liege h e r e Aug. 14-18. Bishop]onnese, Davenport, diocesan dE-[ g Y They assist at daily M as s, runner cnajrmam u.mer on!eers]Hayes will also be the celebrant]rector of YCS YCS national dE-| New officers a r e: Gerald have 'periods of meditation and are: ~.an wenne:v.me presment]of the Mass Aug. 18. [rector of development, a n d[Smith, president: M a u r i c e spiritual reading go to confer- an.a runner co-cnmrman~ non-[ The YCS study week will be member of the national execu-lClark, vice president; Ambrose: ences on seminary life and at- err nero, secretary: ana beorge[held in conjunction with pro-[rive committee. Father Colon-[Thillman, t r e a su r e r; andl tend abbreviated classes in La-[ [,~nranam, ~reasurer. ["rams of other lay a,-~stolate[nese is also representative for[Thomas Simpson, secretary, ine. " ' ~ " ~ ~ r d tln, Enghsh, arlthmetle and] [ .Servlng. wlll s!.artat noon and[groups the Young Christianlthe Papal Volunteers for Latin[Rev" .Thomas C. ? a cy n e .w. Gregoman chant They also do[ [wm continue untn a pm ,~ pro-/ -~ I ' V~l,lsupermtenaent oi lviaman, is " ' -P~"r"e" the ra 'm vom.Le~r~.Amerma and the Extension -, work in the kitchen and garden I [gram of outdoor and indoor on-[of Latin America and the EAten-[unteers for the United States.[m derat r of the clu . The Precious Blood Fathers [ [tertamment designed for adults[ Adul-[Assistant chairman is the Rev[ Club members sponsored a who conduct the semmar~, be I land children is been arranged |s#on .vom~eers aim the t[~ ;, ~rr^++,~ n ;,-~, '[dinner dance June 27, when the !ieve the program is more ef-I [ The dinner is for t~tge benefi't ofl'~7:::ndi;;r~oat;~hgo; UH'ayes ["*A';;ilcat~ons fo;th;~t u d y[rnoesWar ff~:[s ~::ntem2*'tolle~ rA iectlve tha~ any pamphlet Last ~ Y P [St. Edward athletic fund.[ tremen'lweek can be obtained b~ writ-[,- ~ year 58 ,~er cent of the ei~'hthI i i 'me men m put~lng a -/ /uesmona. rearing presmem. t~ ~. ~ ' h lng to uii1ce oi me ~ay ~posto- - - graders who attended returned ~o it,r~ . [dous task into the t~ands of t e]~,r~ ;~ ~1 in the -*all as full-time seminar-[ I~enoots leaclt [laity may seem something new,l r2f' s' "*~ll~I/ll/I/l i n ~ ~ lsomething novel It is not It is~" ou~ ~ r,-,~, -,~. ,vr~er~er~ as. I / / ' / I ICommuntsm tl~ Ithe way the Church acted and|t expanded fr m the very begin-l[ C H Catho.Chor, Club/ In - - d,-~l.- /,~ /ning. The apostolate of Christ VELnf~TT . . . i /iLt~bt~,(~l[, ~ ~$EIb~ /is not the exclusive work of~1 at. UXJ.L ~'jmy Actlwtles I [ CLEVELAND (NC)--A study!priests and sisters. It is thel[ FEED, HARDWARE LAWN EQUIPMENT / NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPS--The St. Louis university nigh scnoot rifle team tanovel/of communiom "'ill ~a - "--r* ~l work of ever, Catholic man and tl ~ ~ ~vas ~',~}XTWX~V AURORA -- Catho-Chori lu ! '~ ~ ~ m- u. rza~t~u su~x~xz~tx c bt has captured a 1961 National High School championship In rifle target shooting. The Jumor Bill-[the religion course in elemen-!woman young and old. This is [I summer acnvmes wm star~ w~m ikons competing in the non-military scholastic schools division, also won this title in 1959. The ltor ~ h;~ ~h~ ^~ * ~ ~:,~^ - -v *~,~ t'hur~h faced ,rob I "We Service l~/hat We Sel~' ~Pn~Cn~ SnW~mmmg party at. the[ tournament was held on a sectmnal basis in 63 areas throughout the country and. sponsored [Cleveland diocese in the fall,[lems in the beginning, and it is ]l -. .~ ~. u ~u c~ vunuay, o u ~ y u,i by the National Rifle association. Memners of the cnampionsnip team are: ueft to right, stana- |M s g r Clarence E Elwell I,~- *--~-*^ ~ *h- ~hurch to- II ~ ~]me rayments wlth.a car pool .leaving t h el ing) John Hucker and William Swanter, and (sitting) John Eichenseer, captain; Father Martin ] superintendent of d i o c e s a n! d';; ?'~'~ II It45 E. ~i[son ~t. TR 9-3552 x~ights o'~ t~olum~us hall at 10 ~a~, ~ ~ ~,~h. ~na K~- Jackson / [ "Y' [| BATAVIA ,~ ,r~, ~n ' ,~ ~ n ~ ~ i ~--~,---, " v, lscnools, nas announcea. [ nlsh~,~ H~-~ who was born [~ . '. ~~~ The course will be based on~. ' ~~ 16, the group will go to R~ver- 'l Im Pittsburgh, 'Penn. was or-[t view, leaving the KC hall at !It It ill Guide Published||, rex~'~''page- n~ ~" .~n .~ml',dained in Rome in 1909. He was [[ FINEST IN FOOD FINEST IN DRINKS 6:30 p.m. ~ ~ 1 ~ e, ny .AM es ~vmrpny, pro- appointed Bishop of Helena, i Horseback ridin~ at Huntoon's!| ~ ~ ~ [ ~J~ I~l~ff I NEW YORK -- (NC) -- The]fess r of h~story and philosophy M,n* in 1933 and two years I I THE LINCOLN TAVERN ~" L q~rJ~ J[ K.~L~II~ q~rlll~ ! f atSan Diego University College at 7:30 p.m. ~s on the schedulei[ ~ []thwd annual edi tmn of the Of t-]for Women The subject Will be]later named rector of North II GEORGE C. NERI, Owner MARVIN TOPPEL, Manager for July 23 and a car pool will ' i" Cleri-- IMPROVED Th-ee -'ears a~o cial Guide to Catholic Educa-I. ~. " " L "" " 2" tAmerican college in Rome II SOUTH BATAVIA AVEN~E n~w~v, move me r~t~ nan at p m ~ne tionm restitutions ann rtelL, ious B'sho Ha es was transferred ;. " I of West Baden College th~s very park had a not of bat- . . . . ,~Sl The Grade 8 course will in-] ~ P Y tl PHONE TR 9-7147 ~ast ~unaay o~ me monm dUly "" r'"---Th^r- was aIUommunitiesHas o e e n pu~-I,~ - -- -~ t 3n ,h,~ ill h,~ ~ ~,- ', [tl"TI "l-~rT- ue propo uoub. e e I ! ciuoe lessons on me meory oz, ~~~ w. a vl m s ar, /lsneo ' 111 fearful tension for months after- - communism" the makers of' rag at 10 a.m. at Bhss Woods. e WOrK wards These men who have The 416 page directory giveS[communism' and communismlYCA Sponsors ~A~'r rMIRIl~llr, nonce at the picnic grounas ,xu~ ^ u ~.; + ql - L ]~ t. z *.-- .~. information on every U S Cath-I "'%, r J I~"~ I i~F~ll. ~l~ll~ . i ,= v= .~,==. ~v,~--,-s o wurKeu naru ~ur mr,=~ yc.~l .; ann youth, t nllaren in graae 6 T~r l 1 ~r~ w}~ oe neia Irom i~.m ~u p.m. lweek, and we're darn tired. But with the boys of the area don't]olie university and cortege, On,will not Use the book but will iL 1OVle ,]lllV ~ I --~ w,tn,a ,Dana prommng .musm. lwe think that a few impressions want to see their progress go upl Catholic s c ha o ls of. nursing,[get the information direct from] J I fllldg[I I [[lll 17 U~Al"lldt'. tl ~m wol~ ann ,ouay ~a~ome are[received during this time might in the smoke of another battle boarding high schools and dlo- the teacher. The study will be ROCKFORD- The YoungI ~ Ilbll~lk II ~lk~- ~1~ llLll~ll|l~ %~. ~;, .)v, [just make interesting reading, royal in this park. Matters are cesan seminaries and religious given with material on theiCatholic Adults are sponsoring ] " ',~ar t,r~r,r ~rr ~ne regmar mommy meenng " '~ 'a showin of two films "Why ut~,~t~-r U~L, t.~*~ I At any rate here goes retty stable now" butone orders of prmsts Brothers and Seventh Commandment which, g ' will be J u 1 y 19 at Ru~hannej Recall that this is settlement- small spark is still all it would nuns.' " P ' considers the right of an indi JWe Are Losing the Cold War ' ] ;~2~;~;~M~2 r, mgsmy s nouse. ]house work which is a type of (ake. So plans must be made to The guide sells f o r $2.95 a vidual to property [a n d "Freedom's Respons~bfl- [Pha~ui~ment~East Duhuuu~ ' -,~,o ~ . T,1"" 9 at 6"45 Irngn~= ~.u~qgupmwn;--u;g~l[ guu~vaqgg [social work. We of FTO are vol- see that that spark can't go off. copy and is available from NC- In grade 12 the book will be l~y, ounuay, o u ~ ~ay xou ~aw ~t m p m at Jefferson Junmr h ~ g n " [unteers for the summer, semi- We went another time to the WC Official Guide, 370 Seventh used as the text and the mater-I . ' . ~~ THE OBSERVER n h Ioo e eem school Adm~ssmn for adults ~s [naria s "on t e s ," s " g particular settlement h o u s e Ave New York 1, N.Y. ial will be supplemented by a "," [a bit of real life before going where we will be workino, study, of communist, tactics in,$1.50,!are $1 ann cnnaren s uc~ets [ EAST DUBUOUE, SAVINGS BANK I~Dl~)t~D'r ' [back to the books and the talked with the youth worker friends of his who have reform- taking over a nation. The Grade ,~ " [ F" " llilhlh/~l~l ]kneeler for another school year. there,' and then went for a stroll school records. As a social 12 course will be part of t h eI no program ~s oI~n ~o.~n e I "Caretul~ankln~Since 1891" m~ ~ |We might add that the kneeler to meet the boys who come to worker this summer he will be religion unit on justice, public, ann ~s an outgrow m oI ] ~ ~ / is always, with us, even in the this' settlement house. With us doina~, his ~nart to keen~ reform- ~---~ la five-any GlenvmwSemmar" navalnem ~ aalrlS, t I rnonePhone ~z42 ~Member~Memner(Member ~.U.I.uJrF.D.LEJJ-t ~ ~, t l~ast~astEa*t DubuqueDubuqueDnbuoue Llll~ I~ /summerhme. None of us can was a 20-year-old college sopho-school enrollment to a mini-~l~lA fall at the II[~MJ~ ,~ [do without prayer, no matter more who has volunteered his mum. ~P~//'ql~J~ql [station. .-- ~ ~~ I I the time Of ear services for the summer H's ~""~='~ Y e l~ ~ [ WHAT HAVE WE BEEN DO-about as old and has about as Social JOHN "'TIRES" ROTHECKER'$ F R E E P O R T . . . o ' " ' "------ ~ lING, Well, we walk andnde the much experience as many of STANDARD SERVICE ~ .-~-~. ~ ~,m.~w~~. ~ [streets, meet the people, get to you will be and have in a few ~]'~.~ |~ ~ ~ ~ -~ ]know the neighborhood. This is years. He is a political-science YV Ol'lk~[~ TIRES, TIRES, TIRES " [mainly to line up the remedial- major in college, wants to know These social workers we have ONE STOP SERVICE,' :IJLr'JLrJ[tD .am )1( a~de ~oh~elmak:s ~e ~teYc:isCk' winCeS met so far area bunch of poo- 206 E. Wilson St. Phone TR 9-1273 Batavia ~ ~ II~I'YD ~ 1 [go -ignto the homes, talk ~" par- are w~rt~ he~ping. P p P~ejh~ab~ie:e A?rd inwgoum:2se t0ESCltER ltihllN6 & AIR C0NNI0NING JP~. J[X. o I [ents, discuss the problems of the HE IS ONLY ONE OF "Bad nei-hb~hoods"~need more 311 E. South St. FREEPORT Phone AD 2-3613 neighborhood. ABOUT SIX college-age volun- than grater police protection. One night we attended a meet- teers with us this summer. One The police department itself in ing of neighborhood leaders to of the others will boa counsel-this city hash Youth Bureau, a Go~ Heat by Republic MERCK See Them Today! DONAHUE RAMBLER discuss how to open a swim- ruing pool in a nearby park withoui having to call the riot squads--and we aren't kidding about that. The trouble would come asthe older boys stood in line waiting their turn. There would be a shove, a return shove, hot words, then mayhem. Rival groups would square off land go ai ~t, and the park area would be a battleground in a matter of minutes. Things are lor in the camp run by the house. He jokingly terms him- self one of the "disturbed, hard- to-reach" youths who has been reclaimed by the social workers. He has been'to almost as many high school and colleges as he i has had years of school. But ]he's settled now. He has won- derful contact with the young people of the area, knows their problems because those prob- ~lems were once his own, shows I0 W. Exchange Freeport DON'T MAKE A iilii! ? i!ij TRANSFER & i!! STORAGE, INC. } tl Ii; ADams 2-2512 Freeport that touchy. !a marvelous, ever-maturing con- NOT THAT THEY HAVEN'T cern for their welfare. This just - out - of - teens-ager probably does not get the high- est marks available--he is no dummy, however He has prob- ably given his share of trouble . . Freeport's Favorite Department Store ]Or over 84 Years. 18 W. Stephenson St. SERVICE BO, DY CO. "No Job Too Large Nor Too Small" Phone AD 2-3516 i14 N. Walnut Freeport to teacher and prefect in his various schools. He's had his problems; he's been problem enough to many people But he came through. He's on his way to a good life in which he may well spend his days in this type ~of outgoing work that he is do- ing right now. READERS OF FTO will not be surprised to hear that we like a boy like that. How often in the past year have we talked about going out to people, tak- ing part in the work of the com- munity, taking personal respon- sibility for the social needs of lathers. Where would this twen- ty-year-old be if there had not been the settlement-house work- ers to show interest in him, and lead him into activities that have in turn led him to his pres- ent-day work? This boy could name ten a Home o] Freeport's First 3.Minute Car Wash Seal Covers Polishing W Corner U. S. 20 S. Galena & Freeport S. Chicago JIM MEYERS SHELL STATION WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS "Our Home, Your in Time of Bereavement" West Galena and North Walnut Avenue FREEPORT, ILLINOIS GENE BURKE ADams 2-0613 ORRIE TUBBS group of highly paid and well- trained officers in plainclothes who work closely with the youth of an area. These men know that saving a neighborhood means more than billy-clubbing the tough guys and putting away the "inc0rrigibles." IT MEANS SEEING that a neighborhood develops a spirit. It mean seeing that teenagers have some other place to go than a street corner, something else to do than pitch pennies and steal cars. It means organizing the home-owners and renters and planning how best to pr~ serve old buildings from dirt and decay A man from the emergency unit of the city's Youth Welfare commission told us the other day that it is one thing to come into a troubled area that has plenty of social agencies in it such as our settlement house, and quite another to come into a troubled area with no such agencies. What he was saying l was that social workers are worth their weight in gold. E. Wilson St. BATAVIA TR 9-5742 FOLTOS BARBER BEAUTY SHOP Barbers: Joe Fohos -- 1el! Orland Beautician: Lucile Lohman 2 West Wilson St. Phone TR 9-3464 Batavia For The Perfect Picture START, With a STOP, In Our Complete Camera Department Prescription Druggists 117 S. Batavia Ave, Phone TR 9-1466 Batavia U. S. Choice Meats---Home Made Sausage 116 $. Chicago Ave. Ph. ADams 2-8712 . . . Freeport, Ill. 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