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FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1961 THE OBSERVER PAGE 1I ~~~~"-~~ Schedule Meeting ay e ROCKFORD -- Lay teachers employed in the elementary schools of the Diocese of Rock- ford will be certified by t h e Diocesan Bureau of Education, it was announced recently by the Very Rev. Raymond J. Wahl, J.C.D Director of Edu- cation. Certificates granted to Cath- olic teachers will be of tv+o types, a Regular Certificate and a Provisional Certificate. Regular Certificates will be good teacher. It is recommend- ed that references be obtained before hiring a person, even if he or she has a Diocesan Teaching Certificate." It was also announced that a retirement plan for teachers in the schools of the Diocese of Rockford is presently prepared. Further information on this will be given to them at i the special meeting on Thurs- day, August 31. granted to persons who have]T graduated from a recognized taros t~onege college with a bachelor s de-- gree, and who present evidence Set to Build of having earned a minimum of sixteen hours of credit in pro- fessional education. Science Hall Preparing Applications Father's Club Appoints Two New Committees WOODSTOCK -- The regular monthly meeting of the Marian Central Catholic h i g h school Father's club was held here in the last week of July at the K. of C. hall. Business transacted included the formation of a Father and Son committee and a Father and Daughter committee for the sponsoring of activities in the near future. Chairmen of the committees are Frank Cocci and Clarence Murphy, respec- tively. Other features of the program included a talk on pharmaceuti- cal drugs by T o m Simpson, club secretary, and the appoint- ment of Wally Parker a~ new athletic chairman. FUNERAL DIRECTORS WILBUR CHRISTENSON FUNERAt HOME 925 3rd Ave, we. 5-731~ FREO C. OL$ON F('NERAtHOME 1001-03 Second Ave. WO. 3-6S21 WANTED BUSY MOTHERSI Bring me your basketful of mend+ng household items, children's clair'ling repair & al- terations. North Msin and Auburn area in Rockford, III. Call WO. 3-4520. BATAVIA PHIPPS Better Store Quality Merchandise at Sensible Prices Plenty of FREE Parking BATAVIA Tierney's Hiway Food Open Nite~Sundey Ample Parking CentreHa Brand Groceries MONUMENTS -- VAULTS MARKERS -- MONUMENTS RARER7 TRIGG & SON i14 S. First St WO. ~41 CATHOLIC SALVAGE Useo Clothing, Furniture, Dishes Lamas end household articles, In the Rock. ford store, we hove a new department eradicated to Religious articles. Prices to tit your Immediate budget. Come in and browse around. 1019 West State st ROck- lord. In Aurors, Catholic Salvage Is Io, rated at 201 North Lake St aden Rato--10c a woro.--4~.~ o~r mch, Cot+tracts, t/ h, 13 consecutive weeklb Sl 96 weeklv for tola~ of S25.dS. Co,real,mch, 13 consecutive weeklk $3.75 weekly for tofll of 1~9.14. It nays to edvertisel II BROADWAY BODY SHOP J. R. KINGSLEY Complete Painting Body & Fender Repairing $10 N. Broadway Aurare TW 2-1881 Provisional certificates will be granted to persons who have completed at least a minimum of two years of college work. Forms for applying for Rock- ford Diocesan Teaching certifi- cates are presently being pre- pared, and will be distributed to the lay teachers at a special meeting being held for them at Saint Bernadette c h u r c h in Rockford on Thursday, August 31. Check References In his recent letter Father Wahl pointed out that, "Certifi- cation by the Diocesan Bureau Construction of a new science building to cost approximately $1 million will begin this fall on the campus of taros college, ac- cording to an announcement by Loras officials. It is hoped the new building will be ready for the fall of 1962. Present plans call for location Frank Kendrigan or Harold Ri-jr. lay. ~: :': of the science building in the ~'-~O~W I]i.ii:! FUNERAL SERVICE ii{ Keane Oaks area at the north- "Durand Pecatonica" west corner of the campus. In menl :: Phon. ,7 keeping with modern building Phone 6 :t practices, the oaks will be un- Receive Habits :'' " disturbed insofar as possible. Members were urged to get 1119N. Washington Ave. I~ +hind the footbal! program, TR'-3050 Batavia, Ill /, For Se~+"""'---3971 ' which is the biggest single ac- il ! tivity OI of the club. It was also noted that per- ~||~A~J~ II COAL & GRAVEL CO. J sons in the area wishing to do- wvntnuuw II SAND---~RAVEL--BLD~.--- | nate books to the Marian Cen- II MATIRIAt I '.::.::-::-::.::-:+::-:,~+::.::-:.;.:,+-::.:m:.:+~:+:,~=+'+.+ JI Re. 25 North Aurora J tral library s h o u 1 d cOntac~ + : CHAPIN Residence Hall Ready Two young women from the SLOUF BROTHERS RUG and FURNITURE CLEANERS #'Tacked down corpe~ cleaned on floor" 1207 New York Street Ph.: Aurora TW 2-1511 of Education means that a per- son has the minimum required A new science hall and a new e d u c a t i anal background to residence hall were authorized by the Loras board of regents at teach in the elementaryl grades; it does not mean that the person is necessarily a Franz- Richards INSURANCE Freeport, III. Appoint New Dean of Study LISLE -- The Rev. Zachary Hrisko O.S.B a native of Yon- kers, N. Y has been appointed dean of studies at St. Procopius college where he has been reg- istrar for the past five years. The announcement of Father H r i s k o' s appointment was made by the Rev. Daniel W. Kucera O.S.B president of the college, who noted that Father Hrisko will continue as director of admissions. Joined Order in 1951 Father Hrisko is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hrisko, Yonkers, N. Y. He graduated from the High School of Com- merce in 1941 and later served in the U. S. Army from 1943 to 1946. The new dean of studies en- l~ere~t the Benedictine order at I~t. Procopius Abbey here in 1951 and received his bachelor of arts degree in 1953 from St. Procopius college. He was or- dained to the priesthood in 1957. Association Officer Father Hrisko has pursued its meeting in October, 1959. At that time, it was announced that the residence hall would + built immediately and the science hall would be built when funds became available. The residence hall will be ready for the open- ing of the fall term, and will house 253 students and faculty. The plans for the nov MONTH OF THE IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY--August is the month of the Immaculate Heart of Mary and it was the request of the Blessed Virgin at Fatima that the faithful "spread devotio~ to My Immaculate Heart." The Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary which now occurs on August 22 was instituted by Pope Plus VII in 1805 after the devotion was fostered by St. John Eudes in the seventeenth century. On October 31, 1942, Pope Plus XII consecrated the whole world to the Immaculate Heart of Mary and in 1944 he directed that the feast day should be observed throughout the Western church on the octave day of the Assumption major building at taros in three years Wahlert Memorial library was dedicated last November, the new residence hall will be dedicated this fall, and the sea-I~:~ ~:~ ~ ~"V "~~J[~r]L-~"~ once building will be started this DAVENPORT, In.---Seven stu- dents from the Diocese of Rock- ford have been selected as freshman students for the fall semester at St. Ambrose col- lege here. The announcement was made by the Rev. Freder- ick J McMahan, dean of the college. Students Selected The students selected are: Lawrence Bales, son of Mr. and fall. Construction of the new sci- ence hall at taros will bring to 13 the number of major build- ings on the 60 acre campus. hor! Club August Acnvities AURORA -- The Cath0-Chori club activities for the month of August will +gin Sunday, Aug- ust 6, with a picnic-swimming party at Cedar lake. The car Mrs. James E. Bales of Dixon; oool will leave the Knights of Stanley DeBIieck son of Mr. 2olumbus home at 10 a.m. and Mrs. Roy DeBlieck of Car- The following evening, Man- dora; Thomas Rentschler, son e a cese Rockford; Robert Scanlan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. ! Scanlan, Freeport, and G a r y! Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Run-i sell C. Hall of Sterling. ] In making this announcement, Father McMahan emphasized that with the present classroom and laboratory facilities, the college is able to handle 1,500 students and maintain a stu- dent-factJlty ratio of 20 to 1. Current enrollment is 1,100. Confer Degrees Last week degrees were con- Bishop of Davenport, confer- ring degrees and honors. The commencement address was delivered by Father McMa- han. Rockford diocese were among the 33 who participated in the ceremonies of reception in Lu- men Ecclesiae chapel at the Adrian, Mich. Dominican Moth- erhouse Aug. 2. Miss Mary Ellen Sauter, St. Mary parish, DeKalb, took the name Sister Edward Kathleen. Miss Marie Frances Hay, St. Mary parish, Elgin, is now Sis- ter Myra William. Others among the 33 repre- sent 11 archdioceses and dio- ceses in America as well as the archdiocese of the Dominican Republic and the diocese of the Bahamas. BURIAL VAULTS Automatic Sealing Deluxe VAULTS Chas. A. Miller Co. j Beloit, Wis.--Durend, III. I I Everything for the MOTORIST Dial SHerwood 1-2577 Fete Seminarians The annual seminarians pic- nic for students from McHenry county will be held this year COAL and 0It at St. Mary Minor seminary, 24 Kimball Street Crystal Lake, Thursday, Au- The National Foundation Is gust 17, under the sponsorship Elgin, Illinoi~ the largest voluntary health or- of the McHenry county Serra ~ ganization in the world. It has club. The first meeting of the MODERN DAIRY 3,100 county chapters and more . . menu zor me Ivmnenry ~erra than 2,000,000 vomnEeers WhO club will be held Thursday COMPANY, INC. help in the March of Dimes,' August 10. ' Fine Dairy Productg ~~i~i::~i~il~i~~~~S~ ~,~ Dial SH 1-2536ELGIN Patronize Our Advertisers BRENNAN CATTLE CO. Stacker & Feeder Cattle available at all times. ~e Specialize In 364 D~vlgio~--Elgln Dial SHerwood 1-1400 HARRINGTON McKINSTRA COAL--FUEL OIL Diol ADorns 2-0517 Freeport, Illinois JOE FEELEY INSURANCE ',CL. LIFE) REAL ESTATE GALENA 789 -- .el~. Grocery and Market "Where the Wise Economize" Tel. 445 Galena graduate work in education at day, August 7, there will be a of Mr. a n d Mrs, George W. fcrred on 28 men and women at Northwestern Cattle Duquesne university, P i t t s- bowling meeting at 7 30 D m Rentschler F u 1 t o n" Victor the annual summer commence- ~, mla Is m, m. ' ' T ~ burgh, .Pc. and a! Fordham in the+home of+Pete Hettinger. Riehl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Er- ment exerc!ses at the college: Inlel s urug ~lore A&S Doiw, Inc. umverm~y l~ew xorz ~+~ty I nest P Rmhl Cr stal L a k e The graouauon was nero at h ,] Sunday, August 13, has been ',Y ; + Bnb Brennon, Mgr. CLIFFORD THIEK Pharmacist -- . ~ ~ -- et r He is at present vice-areal-desi+,nateA as fund~- umh +ha Bernard Cannariato, son Of Mr. a.m. on the campus with the Hy. 3-2300 Fo~teur~zea ~rm~e e. ~ ,-*a ,+* + "+ . zxporl rroscrlprlofl |NIrYlca . . dent of the Chmago area As- car ~'~ol l~"in~ +h^ ~ ^* " +an d Mrs S J Cannarmto M o s t Rev. Ralph L. Hayes,Datry Products sociation of College Registrars home'at l+ +:mm ~e~nesd~+ of KIRKLAND ILL 161 Dundee DioI SH 2-0482 P" Y ' " " 423 LOCUST ST, STERLING an.d Admissions ,Officers and the same week, August 16, the ~A~T rlllRl InttE ~'~rk~:e~rl~.n'~/v~r" ELGIN Wlll succeeo to me presmency ~1, + ;11 h,~lA ;+ +~,1 .~ ~1~ ~1~ J Jll~rVJ~ ~V ~ of the assocmtmn m 1962 He is also a member of the ~t~g :t/ann oGl,rlO:aSihoma~ ?1~01 J I /~~~ ~J ~J professional activities commit- m po g t . I ,-~ AVINGS BANK Ill SACRED HEART It y ~ou ~ow ,r ,n I VVlLLI/41,J. l UUlq~ Itl ~z;'-',:.:;~.":--- I tee of the Illinois Association of p" " J I ADI L;UbU UI D J J Militar, Academ, I THE OBSERVER J REAL ESTATE~INSURANCE J J IMt'KUYI'MRN I 1~U, J Coll,~,ia+o Ro~,i++ ,~ A,-+ ] A canoeing party at L a k e tl ~' Ill t x It++m z +ll,- - Ill Reefing -- Siding J .+ ++ ++ o++.+o .++~ .+~L', II ~I,~ . ~ ~ I. 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