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i i i: i,Area Woman . Studies Music . k . l ROCKFORD-- Lloyd Hansen, St. Bernadette parish, The Illinois State Court of courts in the order in Illinois. LOVES PARK -- St. Bridge ;. ~,~"'--~;'-~ +h~ Universit- of - - . Wisconsin School of Musm ~em- the Catholic Daughters of Amer- The four hying past state re- parish will hold its annual lawn . . . . ica will observe the 50th anni- gents of Illinois will take part m^c,~ o rpT.-T~ g'~ql~DX?'~l:~ ~'T~T'I'~AV hTTf'!l'-Tqq~ A 1(1~1 social and bazaar Aug. 13 from inar Auo 2 3 and 4 at Madison versarv, of its founding with spe-!in the golden anniversary cere- r-L-x~.Jt,-, o J.z~ ~o~v~x~ ~. ~x ~.t, ,x ~ ~ ~.~ =, ~o,~. noon until 6 p.m. on the church Mrs. ~Hansen graduated from cial religious and civic cere-monies. They are: Mrs. Agnes I ~ N ~ ~ ~ ~ [] ~ grounds. Mmes. Fred Suddarth ~, C/ar~ College Sinsinawa- monies in Chicago. August 27.1Boyle Centralia Miss Amelia Officers Elected 111 /~ ~ ~ [] ~ and Mrs. Dick Streit are gen-Wis "and" attVende d'Eosary Col: The Rt. Rev. Msgr. William Langenbaum Springfield Miss |I ~ ~ ~ ~ [] ~ l eral chairmen. . ', ~ '.r. .-, ' . ~l.~Lll',t~--lne ~'4ewcomers I! m ~ ~ ~ ~ / I . . . rage. rtlver forest, bemre re- J. x)onovan ~a~awa. state cnap- uecena m. fox uttowa and club of St Mar, ,arish recent-~ ~- ~ ~ ~ ~ [] ~ ~peclal attractmns at tins ceivin~ a bachelor of music de- lain of the Illinois State Court.[Miss Marm Scanlon Chmago. lv~ elected new officers. They :== ~~~ ~~II year s bazaar are a ,talent gree from the Umvers ty" i of will say a Mass of Thanksgixing The present state officials of are Mr and Mrs. R o b e r t ~ ~ ~ ~ m ~ t show and "Teen Town. The . ~ u,~v ~,:~, '~+~,~,~,~ c'~; Ithe C.D. of A. are: Miss Eleanor' Bracken president a n d Mr. = - ~ ~ ~ ~ [] ~ I talent show will be presented w~consm . .~ ,u "'~'"~ "~"'~'~"~' "~'"" ' 1 t r nt ' ier ere ~ ~ formerly scnool music su- IQulnn, DeKab, stae ege : and Mrs. Bruce Pol,se - ~ ~-. -~~ ~ ~--~-~=~11]]~ [] ~ lat 3 -.m. and contestants will . , cago. i ne iviost. Hev. wu.nam]Mrs" Dolly Lenert, Naperville, tary and treasurer. The}, will ~ ~ ~ ~ ~- ~=-~J~ [] ~ It. ~(; Br,~ ." pervmor of n o r t h Chicago J. O'Brien, auxihary archbishop i vice state regent; Miss Lucille hold office for six months. -:2 2-:~ ~ ~ : ~!~ #~: [] ~ I~ .t~,u,~n ~rum O,L. m~ S C h o o I S and more recently ==== -- ~ --=--= ~::: parian ieen iown Wlll pro- of Chica o will be uest of;Dooley LaSalle state secre- Mr and Mrs Joe McGuckm ~=~ i ~ ~ ~:~ ~ ~ ~ I " . g' g " '. ' ",-~ ~ ~ ~~= :~~ ~ ~ Ivide facilities for dancing for music mrecror at nononegan honor at a rece,tion at the: tarv' IVllSS t amerme wlegman were seiectec~ newcomers corn- -~ ~ ~ t~-=;~ ~ ~ ~ - ,-. ~ ', ": . . ----~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Ithe teenagers, high school Rockton she is a ~. fuwignt, state treasurer; ane mittee enairmen ano Mr. and ~ ~ ~ :~ m I,' ' ura~e no~ei immema~e~y ~ol-~ r, ^~.~ ~,~. ,~,~ ~, . ~m ,-- ~ o,~ ==-== ~ ~ ~ ~ -~ ~ I Committees and their chair-lperforming member of Men- lowing the Mass. 'm;nitor7 siV;;~alc~airme.n? ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I men are: cake and ice cream, delssohn club and has served An anniversary luncheon, also] ~~1 ~- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ -~ [Mrs. R. Schweiger; tickets,Ion its executive board. i -N ~ -- ~ ~ Mrs H Shukis' p o s t e r s n h mother of at the Drake, will honor Mlss l n ' ~ 1 [ -~- ! =-: ~ ~ ~ ~--- ~ t ' : ' '1 Mrs. Ha sen, t e I =--~ ~ ~-- ~ ~ ~vlmes. ~. ttanoazzo ano r. rta Margaret J. Buckley, Chevy ~ ~ ~-~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ [ ~ [four, maintains a stud,o m her Chase Md supreme regent of Diocesan OUDIC,o, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ]yen~,a;+ ~nrls~mas ,n /~ug.us~ ]home 2023 Sharon ave for pri- ' ' 1 -= ~ ~- ~---~= -- ~ ~--~ Mrs. d. Lr e r a g h t y; r~mme '. the Cathohc Daughters. t [ -~ - ~~ ~ ~ ~- ~ [L~nd Mrs R Galla~,her.]vate p, ano students. ~, "~ : = . ------ =~---- ~ ~ ~ ~,~: The organization was first or- A i ]1"1" "~/~- [ l - ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ]weight guessing, Mrs. R. Gor-I ~vr.l|~ ganized by the Knights of Co-] ~ 1]- H r~m ~, n I%'1 o x~] o o -~| ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ]zynski; "TeenW o w n," Miss/Wayne lklng Wlll lumbus in Utica N.Y. in 1903.1/ lI~ II~LJt'III~,M 111 J II~ /.Z~.I~L,/~. ~ -=! ] ~ ~ ~ ~--- ~ /Sandra Whippier" variety shop[ " The Ilhno s Court was estab-] I - Milhone; k'tchen, Mrs/PlavatHlltonlnn lished in 1911, the fourth State THE OBSERVER w i 1 l be Mexico Land of the Present ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ /G. Crippen; talent show, Miss-] Court set up by the national or-I t ~, M~xico al I |m = =~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~es Paula McKinney and Peggy] AURORA-- Wayne King and ganizationThere are now 57icarrymg a series ul arucle~l on*~ w~ t.mn~ ~u ~ ' - tl leo written b ] most a year and a half coo one,t.n~rrwww ~Gilberts;,~mlth; a~.ronParcel ark,P St'Mrs.MrS'C. Al-.furmshRAhis world famOUSs orchestra will about life in Mex" y ~ ~ ~na~r~wr~ planning me annual lawn social anu oazaar a~ ~ t~riuger, Loves|~,n ~,' mu ie for the entertain- R] RD aR bertandMarlanneHuber']phrasehasbeenringingth~~ughPark~Aug~3a~c~fr~mleft,(standing)M~sJ~sephGc~aghty,MrsRichardSmithMrsRoy ment of uests at the Char-Mer 0CKF0 fn o~m~[:y i:ft:h: c:=' wh 2Yd ~ioyl': Thew~tmC: ~:: B;:~esudMr:thy bn~r~l?sa'll~erta~vdeyM:uSshyaula McKlnney, (seated)Mrs Orville rant, Mrs/!~~iis:;~!s~m~le~!u?,!irZ ofb hhe::i:/ os!p h I~ E ] The former Marianne F aiver, Was Poor: 'Everything that ".' " ; ' ' " " " "" ~ !R O IMrs Huber was born in Ma-]happens is something to be[,|Kuelling; books, Mrs. O. Fant:|tals which officially opens the t57 II " Y",Home Sweet Home I ~tll~l~l~t~t~t~|stitchery, Mrs. R. Brewer; and]new Aurora Hilton Inn on Aug. J ~ |[town and graduated from New- adored.' Despite or perhaps ~ I -/"Tiny Tots," Mrs L Pherigo.~26. | ~ ]man high school Sterling and!because of its terrifying con-I'~T ~|,T IL,e.I I~ /~ I / ~ [, ~[ I F ]i i, Cardinal Stritch college~HmUbo;[Mil- ~:::;:trasts Mexico seems to be a .ou[n anu tmmonamy IROCKt, ORo . . . , J ~ ~~] L I ;::k~:rn iWniRocR:rb~rtn Y ?itchou:t~h; :o:~tup~2; By Nellie Hughes nurse at the hospital summonedI 'I~I~I~~;~ r I . " . . ' . -- ,~,~ ~ -,u :.~:'.: :::!!~"~: """'~" .~::i~.:~ |ed to Milwaukee as a child He with now As our oldest son sees it all at his urgent request was hold-] aUROR~ '^i-- Ill attended the University of Wls- The car was in the garage for the tragedies that result from ling his hand. ]Richard RUSS in St Peter church, July 29.][][ ~~~,- [[[ i ~ |!curtain, Madison. [a minor renair We asked whenlthe impetuosity of other peo-I Still Wore Bathing Suit [ Miss uar~ And Hankes and Fre~erick][[[~.~~E'2~~i~, ~-S[I$~ ~-~On~/'/$ [[] ',",Booth in How Angels church July 22 :~':" ":~.'= ",".':~ "~" ,/ Durin a summer vacation I I ples children couldn t happen to I ~~1~i~[~ Jl g ,;it would be finished and, the, Yo th thinksIDuring the stitching up, we[ DIXON- Miss Nancy Oempsey andlHliii~~" HI X O DIIT~ UI course no~ u | |]Huber wentto Juarez, Me ic ]mechanic said, "a~lorita,' li-I,' ", . ' Iwere ushered into the waiting[Wmiam E, soesen in st. Patrick church,]lll~~ . . L . ,I CUSTOM TAILORED r es ion at it s ~mmortai July ~5 ~ l~OOll IL.tity IL~Uttth~t~m I " I[and late attended a s s" ltaerally "a little now " and Iroom. The occupants looked up| ' ' |ill i" " Ill I ~uH~. ~ou select from ~=g I M,~xico Cit" colleae He was so/ ' " - " ' "Sto- s*'innin"~ -'our wheels i / ~:t.~lN -- Miss ~ary e=uen Lau0nfin lill ~~~"' m - . ~ a - s e v e r a t nours later,sure I p p s .~ ,i I lOOKeO oown startled Uta lvla ! and John T Pha]en in St Jose h church/Ill [~~ :x 11 / --9.~ ~ ~:,~1~ III I ra,erns |[impressed with life in Mexico!enough ]Mum " he'll say, looking down]bare footed and in a bathin,|ju, n ' ' 'lift ann .uslnessme-, ,t,~,o,- III J WALLER [ithat when he and Marianne Landof Contrasts at me from two emmences--lsuit is enough to startle anybo-I HAMPSHIRE -- MiSS t~ory Roth and[HI ~" . =-" . s,1 [[[ I were marriedin October, 1959,1 height and youth, "what's thereld, Po'- blinked transferred his/G ra n Lelheby in St Charles sorromeo]lll-Z:':~' ~ are tastier ,an, n I a ~ church J I 22 /ill ~w~::: g'~'- It IS now mat tne snlnl g to w rr about9'' ',u y. ' ::~: . I they went there to hve The Hu o y b h t w 1 fr CUSTOM TAILORS : ~ x~r; ~ '~ ,~t~[!glass and steel structure of thel " eac o e om his shoulder to/ R.OEK.FAL, L.S--Mi.ss M,ary. K. Cava- Ill u~ ~**out* i~- ex ~ hOUgh anoWill;am J N'~urpny in StAO i coum ten nim t~u~ ne woum ms nips sarong fashion and lit ce t Saturda $130 E State.mEX 9-2441 I1 '.~' ,~",T .'"~?, iLatin American tower reflectsf ~, " " " " ' ' ' "tdrew Ju, 22: " " EveryDay t1:30 to 2 Ex p Y Ill l " R kt I ilmelr nome in me smm~ Vll-I+h,~ ~;.b;,~a ,+*a,-ina o=fha,-h-M !n't listen. [a cigarette. Took a few tries,| STERLINO- Miss Carol Bay and Wit- v Ill ',*,~. .:'*--~J.'*6, ~'-'~'-****~ "~'~'*'- ~ " ham Meyer$nSt Patr ck church Ju y I I lages around Mexico City. ~ and palaces of Mexico City] Like last week. It was a hotlbut he made ,t. /lB -- . . III '~',:~a.~:.~ ~z.:.:. ~a~;*e':.: :.'~:~" " ,'""-~'~' "~" ~ :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: udthout inconzruitv It is now and sticky evening after a hot Big son strolled in gingerly/ WALTON -- MSS Mar yn L Montavon i~A~l~l?k'~ g~lr]~l~ I-I']~'1:~]~ I~ / ~ [~ I x<'~:~;1:~:.'.::'Z ~:~ ~? :?@~:i:-4~.i: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :--.:.: :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.x.:~f ~.::.~:. ~, ,'" ' / and B"ron C ~s/alter ~f ^^~r, "h,r"~ ~L~Z3 JLJL ~L~ L~L~JL ~LJL~L~LI SL~ JL~J g / '1 :::~i . i~:::! that a jet swoops down grace-and sticky day, so up, Mom,~touchmg the big square of gauze]July 15. ~ 12AM'II V ~AIR )- ~ ~ I ~iil}fully over the city while a sec-land oldest son headed for alon his noggin. "Man what a/ BRISTOL, ILL.- Miss Kathleen RiBs- ~i i ~ ~.~ ~ I Yacatlon t'reparatlons ii:~ ond class bus bounces across nearby outdoor swimming pool. hard head," he said. "Real hard.~ c~aunrc~,ndu~ya~,r Sullivan in St Patrick The foods on out'menu arc ~P~"I~ ~Ir~ | ~] i~iil an old Aztec trail in the middle I Pool Being Filled f like concrete.",-OU!Sy!LLE, KY. -= ~iss Ma[y Jane - ;~a ~o d, ,l~li d~'~'~ ~ li ~ *~r . . . --. i~ii O] ancmnt LaKe lexcoco. I As luck would have it, the ~ou can say that agaln,~man I i. st H,~en church, Jul~ 2~. .~ . . ~~ ~(~ II ~=: l~laKe sure ma[your smaller valuables ~ii I-- 1 -- L J ~ Hard real hard (Snuare too%,MEAOSVIL/E PA -- Miss Mar~uerte CiOll$. uur service is ~.~ ~"~/' ~i ~i~! it ls no~ nismry or preparing/13001 WaS O~111~, iint2u, iuy Uuiu," ""1 ' "" " A 8ossard and 'Pond d K Regez " ' ~--'-'~ =""~"" ~ii and imnortant papers have the ,afety ~:/:i for the future that plants peace-lspring water. ,We sighed long,-- thoughtful and eourteous~~ ~/~[ ~!~ -- "~;:: I ~ . . ADVERTISE~IENT -- , ~. . ~T * t",r. ~i::ii fu], waning cornfields on the~hot sighs and dug into the pic- g2J~ 11- J~ . . . we even feature she- ~h'L.~ r/~'.~."~/~J ana privacy OX a first ,~auonal ~aie ue- i r ~! iiiii:::ivery sides of huge, resting vol-lnichamper. Anhouror soldier. ~e Laurence / ~t';la-^-'" "ortiow "~IlK'~"t ~' Ifll '/~]1 ,~n=;. 1Rnv ~iii4canoes that builds tall shinin~fthe water within a foot of nor- |une nunareu years c ~ u.~.~ r ~. 'I~,~ 71 I~I ~.F-" I ~:: ::~;!!monuments over a lake bed,mal level, Pop and oldest son D1.-.-- Know-how, . at J Stop in at First National for your su- lii ioften shaken by earthquakes[dove in. Me, I'm a sissy who lli:lll l' {:~LIT(II|,our I -^r safe vacation mone-' . . . Travelers ~==~!and always drawing structureslllkes warmish water. I sat on EL Jo andFred Mau and Stall | p,~ - ~ . . L*li~ -- ,% ~ummer r~oun~- ~:: down into its soft ground the sidelines ' J Cheques. It does not seem strange for[ Old press-my-luck-I'm-invul-i Up is being planned by St. Lau-| ;;:mY2:ok~lanmng an ad pro.- J ~ ~ ,-, the housewife in our village to inerable decided it would be fun rence parish for Aug. 27 from|g el, a memoership all- ~l~i~ I IIll J join our ~u-weeK vaeauon t.mD to ne leave her stone chile and corn[to splash old chicken-afraid-of-13 to i0 p,m. The festival wiU be|reet ry for your organization, IPI[ lii I ' I~d~ir t I grinders for a while to watch]cold water He took a running ~ an anniversary souvenir book /11 I I ~ I ~1~ financially ready for Vacation 1962. " -, " held on the s c h o o 1 ~,rounds|" ' ] ~i te evision and then return to leap into the shallow end of the ,n,~.~ u~+ +,~.~+ m/letan annual renort a finch. " . =(~ 11~,1~ vv ~o~lll eli LICIUblUllb Will z" , : the rover to do the washing,ool in a surface dive He flat ford lr~Tn~rlr~ "~T rlI'II['XJ~T T "rs ~TT] ~ 1 p " ] be provided to entertain both/clal report, a house organ, a 4201 Cherles St. EX oft 9-8729 Rock ~i rlFt~l l~/~kllUl~L~ ~kl~h ~.ne:aoctors are wen eou'cated ,~enea,our' auflgntTon tae Dot-] children and adults. Refresh-| cookbook, a new publication~ P I i~! ;and the nospitals welt equip- ram, In IWO Iee[ oI wa~er mlS:men,~ -"ql ~" ; " " # and TRUST COMPANY ]ped. There is a modern social is n~t too difficult. Th: ~fl/c:m~rn~t~;h n|We offer editing service, dr-, ,i ,',', ~i security program that offers Couldn't See Face nounced that the ri~es ts a~] lists service, ideas and exper- 401 EAST STATE ST ROCKFORD free medical help and yet al- He charged up the swimmers' raffled are a norta~e televisioelience" Why not check your Let- most every time the bus passes ladder I couldn't see his face . F 1. r ~ MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP " " ' set an easy cnair a ro~dssiere,/~e heads, .~nveiopes, ~ ~ a ~ e - ?~i mrougn ~uajimmpa on its way It was a oripping mask o] oloocl, and a set of tires / , i~ "Rockford's Oldest Bank" to the city a sad little proces- Pop (he had just said "This is r ~ |men~s and Invoice supply. - :, ' ' enerm cnmrmen mr me We'll lad1 F'EE PARKING SPACE s~on of famxhes marches by the first time in weeks I've had i g y quote you; what. ,x,~oun~-up are Mr. and Mrs bearing gladiolas and a small a chance to relax ') scrambled Arthur Stahr ever your printing require- white coffin. Perhaps the child out of the water and pressed a merits, let us serve you; letter. Open to the publie~22 chairs--no waiting-- Modern Equipment--Air Conditioned--State Accredited--Union affiliated 1 Call or write tot in]ormation 114 N. Madison Street Rockford WO 3-5939 KNABE--LESTER--SOHMER and WURLITZER PIANOS WURLITZER ORGANS (Music' s Richest Voice) Used Pianos and Organs Convenient Terms Organ Co. 221 W. MAIN ST. FREEPORT Rich Piano 330 ~. MAIN ST. ROCKFORD CAN On Any Make or Model Car or Truck F Bob Lynch OUR NEW LOCATION 1315 KISHWAuKEE ST. WO 8-5761 Rockford We Have Our Own Service Dept. died because he often folded'beach towel against son's head. his hands or because his m~th- The trip to the hospital emer- er nursed him when she was gency room--roughly 10 miles, angry. An old lady who is ill through medium-heavy city traf- may be taking the most recent- tic--was accomplished in 10 min- ly discovered medicine and, at utes. For once, Pa drove like a the same time. wearing her teen-aged squirrel special bag of stones or wooden Son was still dripping gore March of Dimes-supported re- search, in addition to developing two anti-polio vaccines, has in- creased medical knowledge in a wide range of diseases, in- cluding cancer, measles and the common cold. press and offset equipped; Call Berg.Sundberg Printers & Lithographers, 1819--9th St Rocklord, Illinois, 1~0 5.4628 clapper with a red tassel, or string of lemons around her neck. Exalt Reason In the now, the universities, even the grammar schools, exalt reason above all else. And in the now, the baroque church- es with their ]o{)ingty dressed statues are packed to the bor- ders of the plaza and at the Elevation, firecrackers and rockets salute the Creator of reason. From snow covered moun- tains to tropical jungles, any time of year or any climate in the world is now or ahorita. And the gay, tragic, illogical life of Mexico makes every moment adorable and unique. when they laid him out on the --~|1 examining table I The Fery Best I1 1|1 "Oh, Lord, I prayed, 'don't I Ill l I= IE I|1 I I II I A I,d I!1 left it be bad. Don't,let it be ser-iI I'l(n I'rV o, ~ 1 I11 "" """ III ious, please, Lord.' II " """ ' ' s I|1,I!1 Looked for Fracture All th II A,~. P c~o Ill ~ Ill They peered into his ear. This, I Frlday 5:30 p.m. ta 9 I I rUUKMAIN I I I learned is one way they detect I Buslnessmen'= I.unch Daily I/I ;, I[I skull fractures not from light]l l l:30to~ p.m. Itl rUNI:KAL UlRI:LIUK) III Bonquet Foc,ht,es coming in but by the presence I 2""q'" Facilities' It ltl of blood They beamed a flash-I[ : ~~C Itl " Itl light into his eyes The massive " I ~ Irm I i~ Wm. H. Poorman, Owner bleeding was'checked and nowll II III we could see the wound a deep IbUVVIkK ~LUB I I 304 North Fifth St.I I two inch gash in the center of llI III his forehead. There were tiger-I ' -Ill claw scratches on his thighs and chest from the pool bottom, but this didn't worry me. Just his head. Our son's fiancee, a student Rockford's finest restauront now ~~offers the finest in imported cheese --sausages--meats for holiday af- fairs ot home or office. Select from our choice line of imported rrm, p LIQUEURS Pa y v a rs lot all occasions FLAMINGO 312 E. State DELICATESSEN ROCKFORD (Dora Gandolfi) John F. "Jack" Long David L. Klonts Friendly.Personal Service Conveniently Located Our many years o] experience enables us to serve you e~ficiently and within your means Long-Klontz Funeral Home 428 Park Ave. Rockford WO 8.2255 Inc. {[ Controctors--Suppliers II HEATING AND PLUMBING Air Conditioning Wiring Automotic Sprinklers Power Machinery Motor Rewinding Sheet Metal Work 602-18 S. Main Dial WO 3-48S7 Rockford, Illinois ED REYNOLDS' AMBULANCE Rockford WO 8-6101~WO S-9673 24 Hr. Service Home Oxygen Therapy Experienced, Considerote Attendants I BUD KNOTT & SONS THE PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTER 114 W. STATE ST. ROCKFORD WO 2-7797 GIRL'S WEAR DRESSES--Reg. $3.98 to $088 To $088 $17.95. Sizes 2 to 14, Now i- 1 SHORT SETS. Reg. $2.98 to Tu $,4188 $6.98 Sizes 2 to 14, Now & SUNSUITS and PLAYSUITS $1 80 ToSAI 8 Reg. $2.25 to $5.98 Now I "11' SHORTS ond BERMUDAS $1 oo To s 3" Reg. $1.19 to $4.98 Now - SLACKS ond PEDAL PUSH- $ 18To $ 18 ERS. Reg. $3.98 to $5.98, 3 4 sw,M sum $318 To $588 Reg. $3.98 to $7.951 Now Sizes 7 to 14 CRAWLER SETS $4'},18 To $ 88 Reg. to $4.98 : Now i- Sizes 9 mos. fO 24 mos. BUTCHER GIRL & SLACK $/)38 To $A18 SETS. Reg. to $5.98, Now Sizes 2 to 4 BOY'S WEAR SHORT SETS $1s, To s4 ! 8 Reg. $1.98 to $5.98, Now BERMUDA SETSSizes 3 to 7 Reg. $3.98 to $5.98, Now$318 To s4, Sizes 3 to 7 SWIM TRUNKS $1 To s2 s Reg. $1.49 to $2.98, Now Sizes 2 to 10 BERMUDAS ond SHORTS )00 To Reg. $2.25 to $3.98, Now Sizes 6 to 12 SLACKS 4 S298 Reg. $3.98 to $5.98. Sizes 6 to 1 SHORT SLEEVE FANCY $ 2s o s23s SHIRTS. Reg. to $2.98, Now 1 T Sizes to 12 POLO SHIRTS & SPORT SHIRTS $100 Reg. to $1.98 Now I SHORTS and BERMUDAS $ O0 s238 Reg. to $4.98 Now i To Sizes to 6x 'L an JI HIGHCREST CENTRE - ALPINE & HIGHCREST RD. ROCKFORD STORE HOURS: Mo thru Frl. 10-9, Sat. 10- t