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O S is A I, Kn Nc s has plomise he r self*hi o mad, she'll write a book PAGE 6 THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1961 If and when she does, without doubt, the tome will be the basis for a shoot-out Western movie or maybe a TV series For she is d-ames Lawn ~ : rated among the leading historians on the string of forts which St. protected wagon trains in Kansas during the "Westward, Ha!" days. Social July 27 Extensive Research l She is Sister Evangeline, when his wile was threatened in ROCKFORD -- The annual r ' " " trail boss of the hlsto y de-~a cholera epidemic at Fort lawn social at St. James Pro-~ partment at Marymount college iRilev A~ a result he was al- here. She has spent 12 summersI ~' ~ . I. . ~ most cashiered by the army but i ln researcn amon~ me FlanowFlt- " ' I ten records in the U S. Archives later was given command of the I t , ]in Washington of such almostlSeventh Cavalry umt. 'Ihe gen- ~forgotten places as Forts Lar-leral and the 276 men of his cam- ned, Harker, Zarah and Wal-lmand were massacred by the lace. She's just now getting! . ;31OUX at tne Little ~lg l-'Iorn, around to such more famlhar places as Forts Dodge and Hays Montana, river in 1876. "The wagon roads and theI Sister Evangeline said the military roads meant the end of]press of other duties -- she's Cathedral parish will be held Thursday evening, July 27. The benefit is sponsored by the Sane-i tuary sodality assisted by mem- bers of the St. James School as-i sociation and the Christian ! Family movement An added at-i haytraction rides, this year will be Pony Mrs. Basil Cascia is chairman, I and assisting her are the follow- " ' ' " " "S ing booth and committee chair- the Indian s way of life, SLter1 men: Mmes. Ruth Peterson, Evangeline said. "The indian[also director of the development Katherine McIntosh, R.E. quickly understood this and it i ffice at the college and is writ- Goetz, Charles Gross, Clarence became a struggle between two iing a history of Kansas for the Ryberg and J. P. Markunas; icivilizations. The forts made the/Catholic Encyclopedia -- keeps Messrs. Ed Fay, Cain and Fran- r her busy, but insists that some- OUR LADY OF MT. CARMEL--On July 16, the Feast of Our cis Murphy and Mr. and Mrs. iwhlte man the victor, day she'll write a book about the Lady of Mt. Carmel, the National Federation of Sodalities will J. R. Reitemier. Frontier History forts, the "dog soldiers," settlers hold a day of prayer for the persecuted people of Cuba. The Sister Evangeline became en- and Indians of the Kansas Iron- above ida giant mural of Our Lady of the Scapular, Mediatrix K1-re - grossed years ago in the frontier tier days, of All Graces, painted by Richard King and housed in the r a i history while doing research for Marian Library in Dublin, Ireland. a book, "Footprints on the Fron- f T tier," a history of the Sisters of t. nne HOSPITAL BENEFIT COMMITTEE--The women above (1 to r) Miss Jeanette Galway, Mrs. ~, r h r din h, Home ~treet Home Henry Constantine, Miss Dorothy Balz and Miss Erna Luckow ape among the members of the ; ~ ~ ~ ~ ' AURORA Me~- ~ '~- '~ ~ ~=.~ .t t.= ~t. francis hOSpital Auxlnary, freeport, whlcl~ IS sponsoring Its annual free lee cream social on rmm~ ~or~ th~ name of Father t~ m ?'~ ] St. Anne society of Sacred Heart: the hospital lawn Tuesday, Aug. 1, from 5 to 9:30 p.m. Mrs. Constantine is Auxiliary president. ~'~,"~ ~l~,~orti-err heroic Jesuit,~ "" t hrh c u c will hold their annual . leq 11 z gel i who rode the saddle circuit in I i DreaKIast celeDraHng the mast, I -3 . ~ - ~ r the 1860s ministering to pioneers ~r~m'~ | oi ~t ~nne ~unaav, JUly Z.J in- .~w ThereBYsN:;llmiee2[lng:e:lmi htv Andshewas, too. stead o' ~t,ol~tster formation Lonterence ~ndi;;m:te~;~YaP 2t~b2::led,-----e ~, g . "Little brother " big brother feast dav of St Anne Thio wml ! lli~i =m ) I S appeahng about the first blos- ~isperedinmyea "r ~llyhas make it~rnore convenient for the Fort.Hake .f re r h led her i U01 Ifl ' ~ somlng of romantic interest be-~,wo 4 Th~s b~t n sea c tween two thoroughly nice teenI ,odtaste. Areal, )II: men to attend the Mass and tart N,w Nur tn- Pro,am from Fort Harker to Larned, i l , breakfast and f o r those who qO qG' tJ . ,: a,ers the well balanced high ! Dark haired dar ey J pret- I ~ ~T~ Zarah Wallace and other forts I rPIl, %: -- ' - ' ' "~ " I %-" ~ ' iron wLh to enroll m the St. Anne She said ""They were short lived ly moral fun loving klds who lissome with a ~ ai ] smile ' ' o hay om let " '. ' ' ' society. All members will meet! WASHINGTON--(NC)--Thelmto nursing undoubtedly wflllgroup of nuns t e c p h, ,h enea u- the whole iLl~ii, ~ ~'~(.:~ earn tnls top accolaoe Irom melr I ~d a sweet manne r n " " "'~" "~ " " " ~" "" ' '~ i . at the church at the 7:45 Mass/o gamzatlo which is recasting]have a major impact m the led four years of undergraduat, fronqer settlement " Her studiesII peers: ~ Had A B ll and new members will be en-[many facets of the training glv-Ifleld. One of every mx hospital ~, .~ ~, v~ ~ ~ c ~ -~"-.~'-'~'--~ ;nt-" ~ ~,m o ~.~ ~;o ! ,f.c,~ ~u~ .~au~ I T f ,~.~ ~;~ o ~ rolled at this time. The men ofIen U.S. Sisters will launch gslpatients and one of every twol ll f"' nd^d in 1957 i'or- of *he Santa Fe and Smok- !1 -- z--.'-- :".- ~.~ lo us omer worrying type ~ ~ u u,c.~ ll r nln n r r ralnln 1 u ~ vu ~ I~ .Y ~ "rl profe~t In hot -------'^ '~^ "--- Y had a ball in the '~ol Wh'il e,the Holy Name society will don[first specially t,a' ored t ai .! .g] u ses unde going, t '! g "n ' Hifi fort trails and their impactl I I ~ ~ p,=up~=, u,c p.~.auun~ .~ malI ~ '-,'~ Iwhite aorons andbe hostsatiprogramior~lster-nurses tnls|tnis country are in L.al:nollc nos-i~ i hirto~-~ I w ~ "cool head" label are hearten-tnoatea ~azuy ann swam slug-it, ;- - |fall I~.itals II1~ Ill I I ne DreaKiast P ! ' = lshI the 1~ O['L l-lO I1['~ Pert h h in Obviously "cool head"[g Y, se two dunked each] The nov " * ] The Sister Formation Confer [ y [ Story of Custer : I s t ~q). '" " I h r r . ] lena co ~t. t~nne Will -I i 's er ~nnetLe, iormer neau means sire 1 th,s Calm cool ot e need &ved and made the announced here that thought wear : = ,beginon uly anden on uly,enee the,oft.epsychologydepartmentat, St Mary. li abeth--Eighth SisterEvangelinesaidherre . "" -- ann m contro~ or t.ne sire.anon, w,~t~ ~,u~, win, m~r energy. 26. The Rev. Robert Tobolski,[new. program will be madelst. Catherine's College, St. Paul, Sunday after Pentecost search disclosed that Gen. a~ry-coob camW ;r To youngsters m thmr very When Pop drove her home, M S C will conduc* ~h,~ n,-,e,~- ]possible by grants of up to $44,-[said the new nursing nrogram] St. Catherine Freeport ~ George Armstrong Custer left Mesh Shoes . . . ~ early twenties ofcourse, teen lson lnsLted that father meet ~000 from the Hill Family foun-lhas the backing of officials of[Eighth Sunday after Pentecost [his command at Fort Wallace [ built on a founda- L[~ agers hold no such charms, this paragon's parents "Cute,[---- ]dation of St. Paul, Minn. Ithe National Council of Nursing]~~ ] tion of sen~ibe ~,~, !huh?" he kept repeating on the l ~"~t~It~l~lt~ll~tt~l Cooperative Movement I Education theU S Public~] . II comfort in shoes ~ ~eluc~ant unaperones . ,~g~-t~*ar x~'ar "~, ~v ~tA~ a-~L WCC~ uu* umv~t ~uu stairs to cnecK on hls Scout unl ~ ~ ~ t-- / and his fiancee chaperoned ourl- " -I '1//] / 1. [the National Catholic Education-late nursing program of the Na-,I lUfCl$(g~(f, l[l(l~l~(gll$ I i (eat corre 'fl [~" -'oun"est son and 23 other teenImrm"' ] ~ Ut/eddina$ ~/al Association, is a eooperative]tional League for Nursing II .-, % II -. " IG,: s [ "Court of Honor next week,"[ ~ d ,tel|movement of 377 U.S. communi-[ il J~~,~.~,~ [ I I aged nays an~gl.r}s on an eve-ihe called out and added"t ~PIt~l~,t,'gi~l~,~,~t~t,~'~zmlties of Sisters I begin In zeame 11 n v# Z ~V~,ytYBtV. I I ~~-~ nlng nayrlde my ms own aomis-t " I "qr'~'g,'c"w%''g'~r'~te'%'~/ ~ ~ ." I The curriculum then will be I .1 I I ~ ~J~.~k~ - '~ute, nutL' urgamzefl in l~oq, lc lS seeK- . . . , stun, he, was busier than a,b)rdl~ I A .oy -M,ss ,aocy.Carro, aed/ing stronger spiritual, intenec-Itried out at the Sisters of Char-I . Pagel's Rental Purchase Plan II {:lOg wltn only one nose ann talll~.~.l ~ IMarfin ~-. Minm in St. Palricg church,/ tityat i-'rovioence nospitalin I -- -- ,; ~", ,~.~ r'~l I ~l~~j~ .~ I . -,: June ~. turn annprolesslonmaevemp- . ~ I t-I-1/A INe ,~.a: trvm to mt six cove s of 1 ea e s w marne elan . g y Flan Ice Cream I AO.ORA -- ,ss Shirley O B'onooe/ o ,o. ,oo h ]Seatte, in cooperation with the[I "~" g I I [ asand Ronal " " ' ]staff"' " "~" ""~ "~''" "~ hos-['"v " I ' II W quail d a Schopp Jr m Holy An School of Nursing of Seattle "~ Po el s Trade In Plan .~" church X.r, ~S US Catholic schools g,~, " ne ntue monsters were all ~OllSlll /~ll,~r/ILl I Miss Susan J Filips" and Edward Brown/ "" ' n:' . ' IUniversity. II t i-~ t, 1/'~O/ r~ rM I I ~ u ~-,L ' a .-- ~ I~J~'~'~x tll~J-Y JLJ lin Holy Angels'church, June 24 /pl[als a c1 social agencies. ' ! . -- !1 ~ r'ug~t ~ I ~ 70 ~owr; r'lun I I --- ~- over me place ne saidtenuer ./ rourmen blsters naxe been . . - --- . M'ss Betty M. Nilles and Keith H. The new nursing program, de- . Po el's Work Credit Plan l~caressmghlsnosenextmor I DEKALB y osp ] / I II g II $1R n St Marh Knott n Our Lady of Good Counsel selected forthefirst class. "~" church, July 1. corolng tO blster ,~nnette wal- ~ i ,rig One of these h ttle chara, c-ltal Auxiliary members arelan:LGwt~tia~ ~piSS m~:~inC,a .J. own]ters, executive secretary of thelThey are all from the firstI Almost Anyone Can Buy a Home II v tern took a nymg leap at the]sponsoring an ice cream soeiai/ hurch' Juna ~*" * ,~ ,n ~ ~aarY/conferenee is a two-year course/ !l New Homes and Anortmenf. Ill NYLON MESH in | tailgate of the wagon just as I Wednesday July 19 from 5 to/ JOHNS~URG "-- Miss Marie S Sundei ' . ,-, . ' . . ./I [ '' I~ --'~ Ire too d ~ " h l hi 'n i '. . ' land Dennis Huff in St. John the'Baptist/tO De taken oy hinters oesuneo/i II . .~ t, Ill WHIIF I~LU~- i s pe oown to e p m 1 .19 p.m. on the hospital grounds. / church, July 7. |far leadershin in their *"am-|i IIm~ll l ll[I INOW /-~VallaDle Ill BEIGE BLACK I ~;i:!d!~~!al;:!:il !i!~!i!i~/i!i~iiii!IF,verhadyournosebashedbva,Homemade MeHENRY Miss Kath enLy~nA,/~~~~;~~~:~~tl [I Noisy, too," he said. All Mrs. Howard Crisler and Mrs. [Ju y s. ' " ' " "Y '|--a lengthening of thl~ period of J~ all with ideas of their i I .~li ~]l~~t, Rockford, III. Itl CHILDRFN'S --- LADLES l ~houting at once Just try to[Helen Diedrichs are in charge~ J TE.RLING^--.Miss Rifa A. ~cct~e~preparation. ]| own. WaRer Brennan sines: |il o A, Ill MEN'S | ~" . aria James ~ra~T Jn ~I. /wary cnurcn, herd 24 kids in one wagon! Nat-for food and prizes. ~Ju~y / The conference for example Ill ~[I ~ ~,~|| |K ~U4 I I wo 4.122s 1 i VIRGIL -- Miss Margaret C Kiefer " THURSDAY' 7"30 P M ' ' ural]y, all the boys were throw- ~ land Lyle F Schultz in Sts Peter an-'|h'as backed recommendations|i THURSDA ~ 7:30 P.M. I,I ~ ' t I,I / 205 ROCKFORD TRUST BLDG. t a t e " s i at e Paul church June 10 thatSisters who willbecome | mg hay a ll h girl . N v ry, ' WREX-TV ~ 0aa ROCKFORD ILL Cenacle Retreats wooos.ocK - M,ss taro, o.k, and I WREX-TV I { Y . good hay, either--short, andby IwiHiam Nolan in St. Mary church, JunelCath01iC school teachers not en-[ lJ I~1 the time the ride was over the WARRENVILLE Four AU'~ |171=ORT WAYNE IND |ter the classroom until theYl~. ~ ~ -" girls' heads were bristling with!ust weekend retreats will ~;/j~dde~ec#ur~djJui~e~.y 'R'--W~l'~s ~u ;'~'thave finished their college edu-|] -- --II m the stuff JASPER INO M,SS Helen Metz an cation and spent another year Iheld at" the Cenacle retreat[ --- ' d] II C0N|RY TR[| |XP[RTS It ~etween yawns youngest son - ,!M'cnael J. C~ilea, in Sacred Heart church in special religious ~'studies ,ihouse for women. The ,irst one J~"~d~r '] Ma'or Im''ct " il - -.; f.d,J . d,:;; -,J;;'.- :,;" - II II~ I I/ TI/' said: "Oh the hay wasn't SOfar married women will bo fr''~1 -- Miss Mary Margaret Oe-| J 1~ II L~INI.#~ PtrlI~.I }ll~,~t"lY.~ I1 I.S'~,-'I~ I/ II 1/11 ',I Michaell~t,~ laney and James P. Deu~l inSacred/The conferen e' hot But hey Ma you ve got to Heart ch r e s movement Aug. 4-6 with the Rev u ch, June ~ ~'27 N. M@in St "ock'ord i1~//11. II II ifEL meet her Can she go swimming Codv C M F as retreat masterCharles J Vau i w th us Sunday ' han oo ,o d ,n S, S,e DIAL TR 6 1811 i after " '~hen ' " " CRF ]4, h." The next weekend, Aug. 11-13, WAUKEGAN -- ~ ~ ~. r ~. r e, Ann" "~ 1 0 R ~ . . . Iwill be a general retreat with ~cOonad and Le fie E. Bex Jr. in| " .I~ ~ m, i I mmacu,ala Lonceprlon church, June 24. ||-- -- --|~ Romantic Interest ,the retreat master to be an-, ~ |1 II If ^ee II ~1 , I ~ UIAMUI~U3 W A'I'GI'IE~ Like all teen agers, this onelnouncedlater. TheRev. Ignatius " Shoemakers ~o~ ~ "t%~'~IZ~ w~L~ Ill n~ II I 1 had found his first romantic in-!Bechtold C.P. will lead thel I . el o,u~,t~,-~ r I i~ILVt~t~ CtUr~A CR~'~TAL iiI FOR FINE FOOD I/ ill~li I Ii1"~1111 terest clear across town -- sev- Aug. 18-20 general retreat, and] illnePrlh II r Four Generations I,I Established ,S9~ II ~'" I/I[tllEI t lm LV , en miles from the old home-lthe last one, Aug. 25-27, willhavei ILIIIJ/,ll,llill |1 i!i I1. ~ It ,--- i I.d t h Re " vv -- ~ s ~llll~ I stead. But since we advocate to- t e v. Martin Hegarty as re-[ II I[I BOLENDER'S i I A'~U4rKIiI~ II i 131"1 [ [1 i~ getherness just as long as the treat master. -- II BEAN I' -- 'l', liar r younger set wiI1 tolerate it, we Reservations may be made by ~t'l~ tl~ I ~""'" Iii ,3o s e II ~ It Free J I/a- d lMl threw the pmnlc hamper, swim writing to the Cenacle RetreatJ III /11 II SHOE SERVICE I,I mE L-,T.:- III ~-~d I/ Parking I ROCKFORD suits and towels into the car and House P.O Box F Warrenville~t~ ~i ~t# I,v=, ,~ n, ,=-- III~ RockiortL IlL.I I I~"'~-'~1 llt[lflPl~i. II . drove over to pick up this pearl]Ill or by phoning Exbrook 3'-] - " li lil~ ltl il In I Phone EX 9-2311 am~ " " 1123i." 1 Ft/ I Koc tora II II st ok,Chicken II Rear I Specializing in Portrait and t "serve Jl ,0, N. Chureh II II yoo, ,o I1 I Commerc,alPhotorahs" St,g p OCKFORD 20s N. Church St. food * * t IBOS E. 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