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Sunday, July 15r 1951 THE OBSERVER EDITION OF OUR SUNDAY VISITOR News Section--Page llA ( F Aurora--The Rev. J. F. Moisant, 69 priests and 40 Sisters took part C.S.V., a former Auroran of Sacred Heart parish, on Wednesday, July ~lpobscrved 50 years of religious iirofcssion in the clerics of St. Via- llYor. The jubilarian was celebrant of a solemn high Mass of thanks- giving at Our Lady of Sorrows In- stitute, Blue Island, Ill., where he is stationed as chaplain. Before the Mass, Father Moisant renewed the vows which he pronounced July 4, 1901. Despite his 93 years of age, the father of the jubilarian, E. B. Moisant of Aurora, was present for the Mass and the banquet which followed. Also in attend- ance was Father Moisant's sister, Reverend Mother St. Clare, su- perior of St. Mary's hospital, Kankakee; his brother, Louis E. Moisant, Aurora, as well as many relatives and friends. A total of in the celebration Father Moisant's fifty years of priestly life were spent chiefly in the mission fields of the West, including Oregon, Idaho, South Dakota, Oklahoma and many other states. Especially notable were the novenas in honor of St. Anne which he conducted at Sacred Heart church in Aurora. Aside from missionary work, Father Moisant held pastorates at Springfield, Ill., where he estab- lished summer camp for the youth ~ that community on the shores of Lake Springfield. He also served as pastor at Goodrich, Ill. During World War I, he was a chaplain with the armed forces overseas. A member of the Veter- ans of Foreign Wars, he was state chaplain to that organization for several years. 'otal Of 25,000 REV. PATRICK O'CONNOR Seoul (NC) The farthest-north tabernacle lamp in all Korea today burns in this battered, lonely city. Beyond Seoul, there are only the chaplain's Mass kits opened up in tents or under the sky. Here in Seoul, three parish chhrches are open for tiny congregations. The city proper has 12 parishes. "Maybe we have 300 Catholics, now in Seoul," the Rev. John about 200.000. . As you pass rows Chang, pastor of the 53-year-old of silent houses with broken win- cathedral, told,me "In peacetime, daws n r a ,1p a d st eets of boarde~-.~ we had 25,000. shops, you ask yourself where the He has a total of 120 persons at 200,000 are. his two Masses in the cathedral "For five d .... every Sunday. The parish normal- ~,innin~ oe ays, Taroun~ ~ne ,ve: ly has 4,000 Catholics. The Cath- ~ .... .b / -.,,,~, - ~;~:~ ?~ .... "'- ^--~ ..... i- o s--i * al _n~ ~ame~e xrom ~ne nm jus~ aoove O|l~ U#.~ll~|l~v~, lz [J L* ettl , ;, " " r "" em t St. Columban s, said Father Mc- scnoms a e all P Y" Gann. "They were only a mile or In ...........the warm summer afternoon, two from the city., when the arhl-" ~s capitol oi ~orea rooks nKe a lery stopped them They didn't at six in the morning. But you come quite so near in the third know that seven-eights of the pop- week of May, but they came within ulation are not still in bed, due to sight again." appear in a few hours. They are refugees in the south or helpless Now the battle-llne is about 25 deportees in the Communist-hel~ north. Seoul is tidier now and less ghostly than when I crossed the Han river by rowboat to see it last March, just after the Reds had left. A fine bridge built byU.S... Army engineers now spans the river. Trains all the way from miles north of here. The only attacks on Seoul come late at night, a few timds a week, when a Russian-made biplane flies across the city to drop a bomb or a few mortar shells inside it or south of the river. "Bed-Check Charley" they call this plane---a name car- lied over from World War II days in Europe and revived last Oc- still more than three-quarters empty, without public transporta- tion, without a water system and with practically no electricity. Pusan now pull into the damaged tober in Anju, North Korea, when downtown station. But the city is we had a similar visitor after dark. One "Bed-Check Charley" was downed by a U.S. plane last In place of its peacetime popu- lation of 1,600,000, it has now EDDINGS UNDERSTANDING CHILDREN SPONSORED BY THE IOWA CHILD WELFARE RESEARCH STATION Why Is Mother Cross? Often parents are cross because they are tired or because they are worried about the high prices. But some mothers, and fathers too, are cross because of things that hap- pened long ago in their own child- hood. Mrs. Brown says she really is ashamed of herself after she has been so irritable with her children She says she just can't tell why she does those things for she loves the children. She scolds before she thinks. Then it came out that Mrs. Brown's own father had been very strict and stern with her when she was a child. She often resented his harsh control but dared not resist it. He was stronger than she was. Besides, she was taught that it was wrong to question her parents' authority. So she kept her anger army, but there is no proof of this. Dr. Puender has disappeared since then. Annual Lawn Social Rockford--July 25 is the date selected by St. James Altar and Rosary society for its annual lawn social on the parish ~zrounds. Tick- ets for the event, which starts at 8 p. m., may be purchased on the :grounds. In event of rain the so- cial will be held in the church hall. Mrs. Joseph Zuczinski is serving as general chairman of the affair Housekeeper Wanted Housekeeper wonted for u priest's home in a smell town. Address ap- plication, giving references to, The Observer, Box 479, Freeport, Illinois M. I. GOLDHAGEN [ Complete Home Furnishings Funeral Director~Ambulonce Service Store Residence Tel 15-R-6 Warren TeE 1S-R-! 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J There are other unhappy exper- ~n~m~n~,e r~n~e~ e-rJ,~n~ | iences in childhood which may ~Ra~rva~ ~ ~Rvu o/tJR~ I cause resentment and bitterness. EXPERTS FITTERS OF TRUSSES J Whatever the cause, the bitterness $ I .... ELA TIC STOCKINGS AND SURGICAL SUPPORTS | may fred expresslon years la~er ........ 1 l I I W tepnenson ~treet Freeport, III Not all of us sp'll our suppressed ' I resentment on the heads of our children Some parents take it outI , A.,. . .... on each other, which is even more l| U U K :) rl U r 1 disturbing to the children. Others ll k~~~andk~rchi~f~ r of us take it out on a neighhor orJl "~~ ~:r~i-~ ....... J the milk man or the motorist aheadII "'~ ...... "=: ~:,~' :,'::~ I of us on the road. I If we wish for better control ofi ourselves, it may helpto dig into our childhood past. Maybe early resentment are just now finding an Attend the outlet through our sharp tongue FREEPORT THEATRE We are told that understanding the cause of our behavior often RenuJorlv helps us to become more agreeable. Freeport Couple Notes 25th Wedding Anniversary Freeport -- At the 9 o'clock Mass in St. Joseph's church on Sunday, July 1, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence F. Hibst marked the 25th an- niversary of their wedding. The Rev. N. J. Berg, pastor, celebrated week, but another sent the air- the Mass. Dinner was served at raid siren wailing a few hours'nn in the home of their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. later. Vernon Marsh. Open house was U.N. Civil Assistance Command held at the family home from 2 to won't allow any more civilians to 4 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m. for return to this half-paralyzed, in-Irelatives and friends. secure city, without a special per- Mr. and Mrs. Hibst were married mit. Some Koreans resent this, in St. Joseph's church June 29, but it is hard to see what other 1926. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Clemens: courses could be adopted. Kalvelage performed the ceremony. Bridesmaid at the wedding, Miss Frances Wray, now Mrs. George Home of Fine Pictures Optometrist JOHN W. BARRETT EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED 406 2rid National Bank Bldg. NOESKE BROS. PONTIAC .---OLDSMOBILE SALES SERVICE RADIO --- APPLIANCES 217 S. Golono Freeport Plumbing ^No .EAT, NG A,R CONO,TION N STOKERS OIL BURNERS LING-SECKER CO. "ONE TRIP PLUMBERS" 512 Cherry St. Mein 1935 ixon GORAL BROS. ROOFING CO. ALL TYPES OF ROOFING -- BUILT UP ROOFS A SPECIALTY ASPHALT TILE FLOORS jl Newly Ordained Burling, and the best man, John F. Rutledge, were present for the silver jubilee observance. Also as- sisting in the anniversary celebra- 117 W..Third St. Office Tel. 1283 Res. Tel. K 1326 DIXON E. L~wandowski of St. Anthony of Padua tion were the jubilarians' four ................. church. July t children, Mrs. Vernon Marsh, Dol- LORENZO VENIER SON AURORA --- Miss Lillian Ideran end ores, Clarence, Jr., and Marilyn O~rald J. Kih, by the Very Rev. Msgr. Hibst, and one grandchild, Steven JEWELRY--- WATCHES ~ DIAMONDS Bull Marehls of St. Michael's church July 7. ' Marsh. All Types Of ReU|ioue Goods MIss Edith Dorothea Schramer and Le~- Out of town guests were from O1/t ~M lille g~ h|v~. tmr Georgrc Kamoe~, by thc Rev. J.U. " .................... ~0.1bmaier of Sacred Heart church, June Johet, IlL, and Rockford, IlL Cathohc Journal ~.LGIN" -- Miss Louise Agnes CIrrin- ,.. DIXON LINCOLN-MERCURY CO. I do~o and Walter G. Mattock, by the Rev. ~ s n s ;" July]~ A.7. O'Brien of St. I~turoncc church, sgs^. ,,.rrDe. .lfl t.ose I| LINCOLN" MERCURY [ Mls~ Ramona Gates and Pfc. Robert ~FT MlSSlOfl Lawyer II SALES SERVIC~. I Eoyd I.~gler, by the Rev. J. T. Smith of [I 1400 Palmyra Avtmua -- Dixon, Illinois -- Telephone 2-9591 1 ~ Mary's church, July S. Frankfurt --(NC)-- Michael, II I Miss Motif/fret Helm and Raymond lqL Catholic youth weekly of Duessel-J ........... . ~i~ll, by the Rev. C. P. Petit of St. ~: J~h's church June 30. doff, has demanded an official in-I| ..... n ~.. ..... :.- [[[ HARDWARE ,:' FREEPORT --- Miss Mary Kathleen vestigation of the case of Dr.[I runura, ~iru~r~r~ Ill n I l^,L.w..r... ! ~dlm and William Lowell Jeffrey, by the Werner Puender, a Catholic lawyerll I,~.,~. ~,,.~.~,1 IJ~m- |1[ -. .. .m,s.~w~e ~ evss _]~t. l~v. M~D.. C. F. Conley of St. Mary's lurch. June so. who was a close friend of the ll ." ""'..'"-.. Ill W~ V. Slo~ower0 Prop. ~O~K FALLS -- Mi~ Margaret Z m- B~lO~ R[ch~r~ O. Gerow, of Berlin Catholic Action leader Dr. II Mrs" ~eno ~o.m~-~. ~..~.zem~n JOmm I I FURNACES end SHEET METAL 1 "~: ~ add Raymond Jackley, by the Natchez, has ordained two more Wilhelm Klausener, murdered inJl .. t~o~ ....... I I WORK - - ] " ~. ~. Bcddol of St Andrew's church .... JuL~ S. 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