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CRUISING DOWN THE RIVER--One of the highlights of the summer session at Loras college in Dubuque, Ia is the boat excursion on the Mississippi river aboard the Julie N. Dubuque. Pictured are some of the more than 200 sisters of the summer classes who enjoyed the after- noon on the river. A picnic supper was served on the boat. This was the sixth annual Loras summer school boat excursion. (Loras College News Bureau photo). LEGION OF DECENCY LIST Moral Classification of Movies The following is e moral estimate of motion pictures showing in the Rockford Diocese prepared under the direction of the Notional Legion of Decency, 4.53 Madison Ave New York 22, N.Y with co-operation of the Motion Picture Deportment of the International Federation of Catholic Alumnae. A-I-~MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR GENERAL PATRONAGE Absent MindedProfessor Green Helmet, The Santa Claus Alamo Gunfight Secret of Monte Cristo All Hands on Deck Guns of Navarone Serengeti Shall Not Die Amazing Transparent Seven Wonders of the Man, The Hand in Hand World Ben-Hur I Was a Parish Priest Silent Call Bernadette of Lourdes Invasion Quartet Snow White and the Three Beyond the Time Barrier Ladies Man Stooges Big Gamble, The Last Dawn Swiss Family Robinson Boy Who Found $100,000 Left, Right and Center Sword and the Dragon Capture That Capsule Little Angel Sword of Sherwood Forest Cimaron Little Shepherd of King* Tommy Tell Me True Cinderfella dam Come Teacher and the Miracle Cinerama South Seas A~ ~Aasfer of the World Ten Commandments venture ~ighty Crusaders Ten Who Dared David and Gotieth ~isty The Snake Woman Days of Thrills and ~odern Times There Was a Crooked Man Laughter Nikki, Wild Dogofthe Three Worlds of Gulliver Dentist In The Chair, A North Tomboy and the Champ Desert Attack 3to Rex Town Like AHce Dondi One Hundred and One Trouble In the Sky Fabulous World of Jules Dalmatians Trapp Family, The Verne On the Double Voyage to the Bottom of Fidelio Operation Camel the Sea. Five Guns to Tombstone Parent Trap, The Wackiest Ship in the Flaming Star Passport to China Army Flute and the Arrow Papa Watch Your Stern Francis of Assisi Police Dog Story, The When The Clock Strikes Frontier Uprising Queen of the Pirates Wings of Chance Gambler Wore A Gun Question 7 Wizard of Baghdad Glenn Miller Story Romanoff and JulietWould-be Gentlemen Gored Sand-Castle You Have To Run Fast A-11~MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS AND ADOLESCENTS Atlantis; The Lost Con- Konga Sergeant Rutledge tinent Ballad of a Soldier Last Time I Saw Archie Seven Ways from Sundown Battle at Bloody Beach Long Rope, The Shadow of the cat, The Beware of Children Magnificent Seven Sniper's Ridge Man in Cocked Hat Song Without End Black Sunday S.O.S. Pacific Blueprint for Robbery Man in the Moon Sfafag 17 Man Who Died Twice Brainwashed ~4arie Octobre Steel Claw Bridge, The Main Kampf Sundowners Canadians, The Midnight Lace Sunrise at Campobello Counterplot Mountain Road Tarzan the Magnificent Cow and I, The Naked Edge Tess of the Storm Country DeadJy Companions Naure Girl and the The Cat Burglar Dr. Blood's Coffin Slaver Time Bomb Fanny Night Fighters Time Machine Ferry to Hang Kong Operation Bottleneck Tormented, The Fiercest Heart Othello Trapped in Tangiers Frantic Pay or Die Two Rode Together General Della Rovere Place in the Sun Two Way Stretch Gidget Goes Hawaiian Please Don't Eat the Unforg~ven Gold of the Seven Saints Daisies Valley Oaff the Redwoods Goliath and the Dragon Pleasure of His Company Village the Damned Great Impostor, The Possee from Hell Visit To a Small Planet Hand, The Raisin in the Sun, A Wake Me When It's Over Home Is the Hero ~ ROller's Treasure Walk Like a Dragon Hoodtum Priest Scream of Fear Walking Target Homicidal Secret of the Purple Reef White Warrior Jatlbreakers Secret Partners World of Apu Journey to the Lost CitySecret Ways Young Savages A.111---MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE Ada French Mistress All In A Night's Work Goliath and the Bar- All the Fine Young bariens Cannibals Grass Is Greener Angel Wore Red Angry Silence, The Green Gage Summer Anna's Sin Holler in Pink Tights Apartment, The Hell is a City Back to the Wail Heroes Die Young Best of Everything Home From the Hill Big Bankroll House of Intrigue Big Deal on Madonna Hypnotic Eye Street Idiot Black Orpheus Ikiru (Jap.) Blast of Silence I'm All Right Jack Breakfast at Tiffany'= Inherit the Wind By Love Possessed I Passed For White Captain's Table It Started in Naples Career Jayhawkers Cash McCall Key Witness Chance Meeting League of Gentlemen College Confidential Let No Man Write My Come September Epitaph Cover Girl Killer Magician Cranes are Flying Make Mtne Mink Crimson Kimono Malaga Crowded Sky Murder, ~nc. Dark at the Top Of Music Box Kid the Stairs North to Alaska End of Innocence Nude in a White Car Exodus (Ft.) Facts of Life Ocean's Eleven Fate of a Man On the Beach Fast and Sexy Odds Against Tomorrow Fever in the Blood, A Once More With Feeling Five Golden Hours One-Eyed Jacks Four Fast Guns One Foot in Hell 400 B~ows Operation Eichmann B--MORALLY OBJECTIONABLE IN Angel Baby Big Show, the Bilbo the Great Blood and Roses Breath of Scandal But~erfield 8. Can-Can Carry On, Nurse Carthage in Flames Cry for Happy Desire in the Dust Elmer Gantry Entertainer, The Esther and the King Foxhole in Cairo Girl in Room 13 FOR ADULTS Operation Petticoat Our Man in Havana Pillow Talk Please Turn Over Plunderers, The Portrait in Black Purple Gang Return fo Peyton P ace Ring of Fire Rocco and His Brothers Rue de Paris Savage innocents Senechat, The Magnifl. cent Seven Thieves Sins of Rachel Cede Spartacus Stop Me Before I Kill Subferraneans Third Voice Threat Three on spree Tiger Bay Touch of Larceny Tunes of Glory Two Women Unfaithfuls, The Upstairs and Downstairs Virgin Island Virgin Spring (Swedish] Web of Evidence Why Must I Die Wind Cannot Read Wolf Larsen Wonderful Country Young Have NO Time Young One PART FOR ALL Hiroshima, Man Amour Proper Time Jazz Boat Psycho " Last Sunset Let's Make Love Rat Race Lisette Revolt of the Slaves Look in Any Window Right Approach, The Love and theFrenchwo- Sanctuary man Sex Kittens GO to Love in a Goldfish Bowl College Mad Dog Coil Shakedown Mania Sons and Lovers Matter of Morals Squad Car Marriage-Go-Round Terror of the Tongs Millionairess Thunder in Carolina Minotaur Two Faces Of Dr. Jeykll Misfits, The Two Loves G. t. Blues Morgan the Pirate Underworld, U.S.A. Go Naked in the WorldMost Dangerous Men Alive Vice Raid Goodbye Again Parrish Warrior Empress, The Hell fo Eternity Pharaoh's Woman Where the Boys Are Her Bridal Night (wast Portrait of a Mobster Wild in the Country Bride is Much too Portrait of a Sinner World by Night Beautiful) Fr. Privates LTve of Adam World of Suzy Wang Herod, The Great and Eve 20,000 Eyes C---CONDEMNED Adorable Creatures Lover, tl=e (Fr.) Please, Mr. Balzac (Fr.) (French] Lover's Return (French) Port of Desire And God Created Woman Mademoiselle Gobeffe Pot Bouille (Lovers of (French) (French Baby Doll Mademoiselle Striptease Bed of Grass (Greek) (French] Bed, The (French) Breathless Magdalene Come Dance With Me Maid in Paris (Fr.] (French) Marie du Port (French) Desperate Woman,The Mating Urge Expresso Bongo Miller's Beautiful Wife Green Carnation (was (Ital.) Trials of Oscar Wilde) Miss Julia (Swedish) -Heroes and Sinners Mitsou (Fr.) Husband for Anna, A Morn and Dad I Am a Camera' Moon Is Blue, The Illicit Interlude (Swedish) Naked Night, The Keramoia (Swedish) Lady Chatterley's Lover Nana (Ft.) Llano, Jungle Goddess Never on Sunday Love Game (French) Night Heaven Fell (Pr.) Love Is My Profession Oscar Wilde Paris] Ft. Private Property A Question of Adultery Rosanna Saturday Night and Sunday MOrning Savage Eye Sins of the Borgias (French] Smi~es of a Summer Night (Swedish] Stalin (Greek) Third Sex Trials of Oscar Wilde Wasted Lives and the Births of Twins Woman of Rome (ltal.) Passionate Summer (Fr.-Ital.) St. Edward high school is now making plans for a reunion to be held at the Red Lion, Oct. 7. Activities will begin at 6:30 p.m. with a social hour follow- ed by dinner. Dancing will con- clude the evening's activities. C. P. Dairy, North Riverside, will serve as master of cere- monies for the program. Guests of honor are the Rev. William BoIand and the Rev. Clement Petit, Mr. and Mrs. Greg True and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sod- erstrom. THE OBSERVER NAME ASSISTANT COACH SEPARATE CLASSIFICATION (A separate C/clssificafion is given to certain films which, while not moral- ly afferrsive, require some analysis and explanation as a protection to the uninformed against wrong interpretation and false conclusions.) Martin Luther Case of Dr. LeurentSuddenly Lest Summer Storm Center Girl of the Night Crowning Experience Circle of Deception Anatomy of Murder Never Take Candy From Adam and Eve La Dolce ViSa A Stranger o WOODSTOCK--A tough 10- game schedule against high schools from Illinois, Wiscon- sin, Iowa and Indiana confronts Marian Central Catholic high school's veteran squad this year. The schedule was an- nounced this week by Tom Par- sley, athletic director at the school Parsley explained the team is ranging in all directions for its grid foes to stimulate in- terest among fans by bringing tough rivals into the Marian camp. A new school with 1,400 students at Gary, Ind for ex- ample, has been added to the card. 21 Players Returning Walhert of Dubuque In comes to Marian in November-- a four-year-old school with 1,700 students. Marian expects to have over 700 students and will be filled to capacity this fall. "We will have 21 players re- turning from last year's var- sity roster and we expect good help from such sophomores as Pete Parker and Ran Rec- kamp," Coach Parsley said, "so ~we should line up strong foes i to give our team a good test and to challenge them to do their best." The card is also noteworthy WOODSTOCK Hall & Eckert FEderal 8-01S8 Woodstock, III. Personalized DRY CLEANING Save at Ou, Cash & Ca,ry Stere= Custom G We Give S&H Green Stamp= Serving McHenry County Since 1947 g a PICK THE MODERN Quick, Practical Training Leads To Top Office Positions You have a fine position awaitirtg you on the pay- roll of a business firm! You need only learn the prop. er skills and high poy, security and oppo,rtunity will be yours. There is a terrific demand today for busi- ness trained young people. Courses are practical attd rapid. CLASSES START SEPT. $ Our Placement Department has many more calls than we can /ill /or skilled accountants, executive assistants, bookkeepers, secretaries, stenographers, typists, clerical help and machine operators. WHICH TIME-SAVING COURSE INTERESTS YOU? Test in that i.t matches the Hurri- canes against Woodstock Com- munity high school, first grid- iron clash between the two Woodstock-based schools. This will be the opening game for both schools, set at present for Friday, September 15, on the WCHS gridiron. One Problem---Ends Coach Parsley frankly sees ~roblems at only one position --the ends. Graduation claimed three ends and he tentatively ~lans to shift Ed Crowley, fleet- footed end, to halfback. It was also announced by Parsley that Steve Zoll has been signed as assistant foot- ball coach to replace Jont Ty- son, who resigned at the end of last year to go into business. All-State Choice Zoll attended St. Ambrose in Davenport, Ia and was quar- terback until the school drop- ~ed football a year ago. The 23-year-old newcomer fails from Chicago's south side where he attended Mendel Catholic high schooI. He play- ed quarterback for the city champions of 1956 and was se- lected to the All-State squad. He was also an all-league se- lection for three years and the recipient of his school's out- standing athlete award. Zoll, now spending the sum- mer in Davenport with his wife, ;,i; : i~ ;~', ,I:,;~ i!~:~ ~iiii i~, :!i!~i~ii%i~::~,i]iill ~i~! will report to Marian in the middle of August where he will work with the varsity back- field. John Kirchberg wilt con- tinue to handle the line. 1961 Schedule Zoll will join the Marian fa- culty with a political science and history major. Here is the complete 1961 schedule of games: Sept. 15, Woodstock at Wood- stock, 8 p.m. Sept. 23, Immaculate Concep- tion (Elmhurst) at Woodstock, 8 p.m. Oct. 1, St. Edward at Elgin, 2 p.m. Oct. 7, Andrean at Gary, Ind 7:30 p.m. Oct. 14, St. Francis at When- ton, 2 p.m. Oct. 21, Beloit Catholic at Woodstock (Homecoming), 7 p.m. Oct. 28, Mundelein at Mun- delien, 2 p.m. Nov. 4, Campion of Prairie du Chien, Wis. at Woodstock, 8 p.m. Nov. 11, Walhert of Dubuque, In at Woodstock, 8 p.m. Nov. 17, Notre Dame of Niles, at Woodstock, 8 p.m. Doris Revere Peters I but I would like to be sure. ~)ear Doris: J Lin I am 15 years of age mental- No Lin, I'm sorry to disap- / pomt ly and spiritually, and I would ' you and your friends but like to "know if I am under the "Morally Unobjectionable For Adults" rating of the movies? I believe I am since the church considers one an adult when they are 14 years of age to be a sponsor at Confirmation. 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Stenographic ,Diploma Junior Accounting Secretarial J Special SPEEDWRITING, SHORTHAND AND TYPING (No Signs -- No symbols --- No Machine To Buy) Beginning Gregg Shorthand Court Reporting Advanced Gregg Shorthand IBM Key-Punch and Typing Comptometer, Burroughs and Friden Calculators and Typing Clerical and Office Machines REAL ESTATE COURSE derstand t h e sacrament of Confirmation and y o u r re- sponsibility as a sponsor. There is a difference between t h i s a n d exercising Veteran Trainim AIR- CONDITIONED CLASSROOMS, modern equipment, friendly students, understanding teachers, free placement service. DAY AND EVENING CLASSES Office Open Daily from 8 to 5, Including Sat and Labor Day; Write, Call at Our Office, or Telephone WO 4-9459 for Information Rockford School of 319 W. Jefferson St. Rockford, III. t h e m a t u r eDoris R. Peters judgment of an adult. I'll explain it briefly. We aim for maturiny at a 1 1 stages of our lives. I'm sure you are a mature 15 year old. But vou are still an adolescent, not an adult. To view and accept adult movies, treating adult sub- ject matter you need t r u e adult maturity. This means "fop Family Enjoyment? THURS. 7 P.M. WREX-TV Channel ST. VINCENT'S JOTTINGS -.- -- ~ x, ~: -.~ ~ .>~ < ~* + ~;:~:~ :~ ~:~ ~ ====================== ~: :::: :~:: ~.::::~: :.:: ~:~ ~:~ ~.:~>::~.~:.:: :~:.: :~.~ FREEPORT- Rainy weather but most of the heads had nod- may bring smiles of satisfaction dad and eyes closed by the time to men who till the soil, but in-jSt" Vincent's came into sight. clement weather certainly pro-I ,-7"- duly 1~,me ~eas~ oi our pa- sents problems for us. To keep tron, St. Vincent de Paul, is a 200 children busy during a long summer vacation demands a good deal of patience and inge- nuity. During the past two weeks we've recruited the older boys to help put the gym in top shape. Dusting, painting and washing windows can be as much fun as playing basketball and roller skating if there aren't too many wet days in succession. Letting real live deer nuzzle corn from their own hands ex- cited 33 of our kindergarten chil- dren at the Deer park last week. They squealed, too, holding plas- tic bottles for the sheep and goats. The four to six year olds wandered almost fearlessly among the deer, peeked in the rabbit pen, watched the mon- keys, saw the three pigs, the billy goat, and many others they remembered from their stories. On the way home by bus Cindy managed enough energy to sing, being able to accept adult re sponsibility, having wisdom and knowledge and sensitivity to other people and things. This comes with time and at 15 you simply haven't had time to achieve it. THE LEGION OF DECENCY gives much thought and con- sideration to the classification of movies. The legion realizes ar adolescent has to be allow- ed to grow up, without too much restraint; that some movies ac- tually help adolescents in their special day for all of us here. It began as we joined with Father in offering the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass in thanksgiving to God for His many blessings. During the day there ~vere many fun-fill- ed activities, yet all were eager- ly awaiting the annual peanut hunt--the highlight of the feast, accordingto the children. After supper the children descended en masse upon the athletic field seeking out the coveted peanuts, especially the ones colored green which gained the finder a prize. After an hour of happy =searching the children assem- :bled in the recreation room for me cream bars and a science- fiction film. On Sunday Aug. 6, and again on Aug. 10, we will play host to the seminarians of the Rockford diocese. Plans for both the ma- jor and minor seminary picnics include swimming, volley ball, badminton, baseball and roller skating. At noon there will be a buffet luncheon and in the eve- ning a steak fry. Sister Elvira brings sunshine to residents on the nursing floor of St. Joseph home, as each birthday comes around. They enjoy a decorated cake and singing of "Happy Birthday." Those who celebrated in July :were Mrs. Christine Baumhofer, 77; Mrs. Reka Kriens, 89; Mrs. Alice Stahl, 78, and Austin Her- rity, 86. Scouts Mark 13 Electric Shop Inc[ Westinghouse Appliances Amana Re/rigerators & Freezers Electrical Contracting & Repairs PHONE: AT 4.0011 intellectual and emotional de- velopment. Because of this they adopted the A-2 classification. T~) insure your spiritual, moral and intellectual maturity why nc)t stick w it h them? Be pa- tient. In time you can move on to the A-3's. Dear Doris: A good friend of mine is go- ing steady with a boy t w o years younger than she is. She says she feels funny because of this but h~ is kind and e o n- siderate to her. They have been Award Night, Camp Jubilee going together for six months and the b o y is serious a n d wants to get married. She is undecided about him. She has asked my advice on this. What should I tell her? Unsigned Regardless ~f age, if a boy is serious and thinking of m a r- riage it is only fair to let him know your feelings. If you are not interested, stop dating him. Don't lead him on. Advise your friend to f i n d someone her own age--if age is important. Tell her defintely to find someone she doesn't "feel funny" with. Doris Revere Peters answers letters through her column, not by mail. Please do not ask ]or a personal reply. Young readers are invited to write to her in FREEPORT ~ Approximate- ly 1,000 friends of scouting as- sembled at Canyon camp re- cently to view the U.S. Grant council, Boy Scouts of America Sixth Annual Recognition Night program which also marked the ~F 25th anniversary of Canyon camp. Highlights of the evening in- cluded the presentation of Sil- ver Beaver awards to t h r e e men, a swimming and diving meet, an :Indian pageant and a smorgasbord dinner. Receiving the Silver Beaver awards, highest honor in scout- ing, were Harold Krupke, Lena; Abner Anderson, New Glarus; and Adolph S i m e, Boscobel, Wis. Tribute was also paid to Robert Koenig of Freeport who gave the property of Canyon care oy THE OBSERVER @ @ @ camp to the council 25 years ago. Scouter Key awards were giv- en to f i v e persons, Scouter awards to six, and Den Mother awards to' seven. General chairman for the e v e n t was Lyall Taubert of Pearl City. Without Obligation WRITE OR PHONE AT 3-1511 (at our expense) For Evening Appointment 213 West First St. DIXON, ILL. O Floor and Wall Tile Aluminum Windows & Doors e FORMICA F We invite our Catholic friends to call us about becoming a TUPPERWARE Dealer Full or Part Time LeMay Sales P.O. Box 2043 Loves Park, Ill. 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