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FRIDAY, AUGUST II, 1961 THE OBSERVER PAGE 9 Ii I III i~ :i!i !> ! :i~ :i~i!i !~:ii;:! ~'~ i~ ~ ii~ !ii /: ;r :~I iil I; % ii~i:,i r ~i!!j;;~:! i!%i]iii i!~:i Praise Movie On Saint's Life DAYTON, Ohio (NC) -- The 16th annual meeting of t h e American Franciscan Society for Vocations here went on rec- o r d as recommending atten- dance at the film, "Francis of Assisi." "We sincerely hope that Cath- olics all over the country will support this movie as a means encouraging other films of character," t h e meeting The Franciscans also urged religious vocation recruiters not to relax because seminar- ies are filled. It said that the Catholic population has doubl- ed in recent years and conclud- ed that seminary enrollments must also be doubled to keep pace. The meeting also re-affirm- ed its belief in minor seminar- ies for candidates to the priest- hood who are of high school age. Patronize Our Advertisers ST. VINCENT'S JOTTINGS Our children were privileged again this year to witness the famous Shrine circus which ap- peared in Rockford last week. Local Shriners provided the transportation by t w o Grey- hound buses to the circus grounds. The children w e r e showered with balloons and other favors enroute. Aerial acts. animal acts and clowns, highlighted the full afternoon of entertainment. We extend our gratitude and appreciation to those repsonsible for arrang- ing this memorable event. Mr. Harold O'Rourke, man- ager of the Freeport theater, kindly extended an invitation to the entire House to view the wonderful movie, "Francis of Assisi." This was a real treat and most enjoyable to all. May we again say "Thanks, Mr, O'Rourke." One of the final movies scheduled for the v a c a t i o n months was shown at the Home last Sunday evening. A Civil War story, "The Raid," proved- Movies I LEGION OF DECENCY LIST Moral Classification The following is a moral estimate of motion pictures showing in the Rockford Diocese prepared under the direction of the Notional Legion of Decency 453 Madison Ave. New York 22. NAY with co-operation of the Motion Picture Department of the Ineernational Federation of Catholic Alumnae. A-I-~MOR.~LLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR GENERAL PATRONAGE Absent MindedProfessor Green Helmet, the Santa Claus Alamo Gunfight Secret of Monte Cristo All Hands on Deck Guns at Neverone Serengeti Shall Not Die Seven Wonders of the Amazing Transparent Hand in Hand World Man, The Honeymoon Machine, The Silent Call Ben-Hur I Was a Parish Priest Snow White and the Three Bernadette at Lourdes Invasion Quartet Stooges Beyond the Time Barrier Ladies Man Swiss Family Robinson Big Gamble, The Last Dawn Sword and the Dragon Boy Who Found $]00,000 Left, Right and Center Sword of Sherwood Forest Capture That Capsule Littte Angel Tommy Tell Me True Cimaron .ittle Shepherd of King Teacher and the Miracle Cinderfella dam Come Ten Commandments Cinerama South Seas Ad- ~aster of the World Ten Who Dared Vdghty Crusaders The Snake Woman ~isty There Was e CrooKed Man V~odern Times Thief at Bagdad, The Nikki, Wild Dog of the Three Worlds of GulUver North Tomboy end the Champ venture David and Goliath Days of Thrills and Laughter Dentist In The Chair, A Desert Attack )le Rex Town Like Alice Dondi One Hundred end One Trouble in the Sky Fabulous World of Jules Dalmatians Trogp 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 Pope Watch Your Stern Francis Dt 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 31enn :Miller Story Romanoff and JulietWould-be Gentlemen ~orgo ' Sand Castle You Have To Run Fast A-It--MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS AND ADOLESCENTS Atlantis, The 'Lost Con- Konga Sergeant Rutledge tenant Last Time I Saw Archil Seven Ways from Sundown Ballad Soldier Long Rope, The Shadow of the Cat, The Battle it Bloody Beach Sniper's Ridge Magnificent Seven Song Without End Beware ot Children Man in Cocked Hat S.O.S. Pacific Black Sunday Man in the Moon 5talag 17 Blueprint for Robbery Man Who Died Twtce Steel Claw Brainwashed ~tarie Octobre Sundowners Bridge, The Main Kempf Sunrise at Cempobetle Canadians, The ~ Midnight Lace Tarzan the Magnificent Counterplot Mountain Road Tess of the Storm Country Cow and I, The Naked Edge The Cat Burglar Deadly Companions Naure Girl and the Time Bomb Or. Blood's Coffin Slaver Time Machine Night Fighters Tormented, The Operation Bottleneck Trapped in Tangiers Othello Two Rode Together Frantic Pay or Die Two Way Stretch General Delta Rovere Place in the Sun Unforgivon Gidget Goes Hawaiian Please Don't' Eat the Valley of the Redwoods Gold of the Seven Saints Daisies Village of the Damned Goliath and the Dragon Pleasure at His Company Visit To Small Planet Great Imposter, The Possee from Hell Wake Me When it's Over Hand, The Raisin In the Sun, A Walk Like a Dragon Home is the Hera Rommel's Treasure Walking Target Hoodlum Priest Scream of Fear, Weekend With Lulu Homicide: Secret at the Purple Reef White Warrior Jallbreakers Secret Partners World of Apu Journey to the Lost City Secret Ways Younq Savages A-ill--MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS Fanny Ferry to Hang Kong Fiercest Heart Ado French Mistress Operation Petticoat All in A Night's Work Goliath end the Oar* Our Man in Havana All the Fine Young barions Pillow Talk Cannibals Grass Is Greener Please Turn Over Angel Wore Red Great War, The Plunderers, The Angry Silence, The Green Gage Summer Portrait in Black , Anna's Sin Holler in Pink Tights Purple Gang Apartment, The Hell is a City Return to Peytoo Place Back to the Wall Heroes Die Young Ring of Fire Best of Everything Home From the Hill Rocco end His Brothers Big Bankroll House of Intrigue Rue de Paris Big Deal on Madonna Hypnotic Eye Savage innocents Street Idiot Senechal, The Magnifi- Black Orpheus Iklru (Jap.) cent Blast of Silence I'm All Right Jack Seven Thieves Breakfast at Tiffsny's Inherit the Wind Sins at Rachel Cede By Love Possessed I Passed For White Spartacus Captain's Table It Started In Naples Stop Me Before I Kill Career Jayhawkers Subterranean, Cash N~:Call Key Witness Summer and Smoke Chance Meeting League of GentlemenThird Voice College Confidential Let No Man Write MyThreat Come September Epitaph Three on a =lpree Cover Girl Killer Magician Tiger Bay Cranes are Flying Make Mine Mink Touch of Larceny Crimson Kimono Malaga Tunes of Glory i Crowded Sky Murder, inc. Two Women Dark at the Top of Music Box Kid Unfalthfuls, The the Stalr~ North to Alaska Upstairs and Downstalre End of Innocence Nude in White CarVirgin Island Exodus (Fr ) Virgin Spring (Swedish) Facts of Life Ocean's Elevon Web of Evidence Fate of a Man On the Beach Why Must I Die Fast and Sexy Odds Against Tomorrow Wind Cannot Read Fever in the Blood, A Once More With Feeling Wolf Larsen Five Golden Hours One-Eyed Jacks Wonderful Country Four Fast Guns One Foot in Hell Young Have No Time 400 Brows Operation Eichmann Young One B---MORALLY OBJECTIONABLE IN PART FOR ALL Angel Baby Hiroshimalt Men Amour Privates Live of Adam Big Show, tne Jazz Boat and Eve Proper Time Bimbo the Great Last Sunset Psycho Blood and Roses Let's Make Love Rat Race Breath of Scandal Lisette Revolt at the Slaves Butterfield 8. Look in Any Window Right Approach, The Can-Can Love and the Frenchwo- Sanctuary Carry On, Nurse man Sex Kittens Go to Carthage in Flames Love in a Goldfish Bowl College Cry for Happy Mad Dog Coil Shakedown Desire in the Dust Mania Sons and Lovers ed a pleasurable and exciting evening for all. The major seminarians of the Rocklord diocese gathered to- gether on our grounds last Sun- day for their annual picnic sponsored by Bishop Lane. These young candidates for the priesthood represent a dozen or more seminaries scattered over the nation, but their loyalty to the diocese was much in evi- dence as they hopefully discus- sed their future work here. Old friendships were strength- ened and new ones made as the seminarians chatted away the morning hours. After lunch almost everyone enjoyed t h e cool refreshment of our pool. Basketball, softball and volley- b all games began around 3 p.m. and provided the appetites for the evening steak fry which took place upon the arrival of His Excellency, the Bishop. The fine dinner .was followed by the traditional game of catch with water-filled balloons -- and for more than one, priests includ- ed, wet shirts were the result. After ,the farewells, the more than sixty who attended return- ed to their homes better ac- quainted with those with whom they hope to work in the future. JONES Funeral Home ENJOYING A RIDE IN A FLYING MACHINE are Larry Miller and Varrell Lewis, both 5 years old, at the annual children's party at Kiddieland, Rockford, for children of St. Vincent Orphanage, Freeport. The outing is sponsored by the Bishop Muldoon Council No. 470, Knights ol Columbus, Rockford. Standing with the boys are, from left, Jim Lawler, party committee member of Council No. 470, Sister M. Eleonore and Sister Mary Magdalen, both from St. Vin- cenL and past grand knight Max Lutz, another committee member. (Herzog photo) nswers DORIS REVERE PETERS Dear Doris: I am a boy 15 and am deeply interested in farming but my stepfather and all my friends think this is foolish -- so do aH the girls in our school. How can I remedy t h i s and convince them they are wrong? Also how could I find a girl who would be interested in farming? A farmer It isn't necessary to convince anyone now. If you are still interested in three or four years an~ have the ability and deter- mination to pursue your inter- est your stepfather will come around. WHAT YOUR FRIENDS THINK doesn't matter. T h e y are judging farming from their Westinghouse TF tar 19'b] point of view. But all teenag- ers are differ- ent. All have different inter- e s t s, abilities and personali- ties. Your own particular s e t makes you what you are and de- termines t h eDoris R. Peters kind of job in which you will find happiness and success. , It is your privilege and re- sponsibility to select the field of work you wish to enter: in which you will fulfill God's plan here on earth. However, while you do the actual choosing you m u s t receive guidance along the way. Your parents and teachers are best qualified to give this. You wo~:k along with them by studying and 9lanning. T H E AREA FROM WHICH your letter originates is w e 1 1 known for many kinds of agri- culture. Visit the county agent. He will have material for you sort, no m a t t e r what your friends think. I K N O W IT'S IMPORTANT to you now to be just like the other girls. This is part of grow- ing up. But another p a r t of growing up -- and a big part too -- is developing your own individuality. Whether your mother ap- proves 8f your wearing lipstick or not, Joyce, don't be afraid Classified Advertising FUNERAL DIRECTORS ] MONUMENTS--- VAULTS ~C~" I I MARKERS --- MONUMENTS - FUNERAI HOME l RO.~ERT TRIGG & SON 925 3rd Ave. WO. $-73121 lla & First St. WO, 4-2741 FUNERAL HOME ~Used Clothing, Furniture, Dishes Lamps 1001-03 Second Ave. WO. 3-652]|and all household articles. In the Rock- .---- "" Jford store, we have e new department dedicated to Religious articles. Prices to EmlI~B=B=I~AS%q~ tit your immediate budget. Come in and JJ=E~EJJJ=J~i lJ~i browse around. 1019 West State st. Rock- Iltl"Je/Vit/ ford. n Aurora, Catholic Salvaoe Is Io, REITINGER CLEANERS Originators et DRI-NU PROCESS 1448 S. Galena (Oft & Plant) 221 W Galena (Drive-In) 120 S. Van Buren (Downtown~ ADams 2-77'4 FREEPOR1 VOHLKEN Bros. 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Would you please make it clear why he must attend Confraternity. If I see him again I would sure- coted at 201 North Lake St aden Rate---10 a worO,--s4.4~ net inch. Contracts, .~-inch, 13 coneecufive weekes Sl96 weekly for tota~ of $25.48, Contracts,inch, 13 consecutive weekl~ $3.78 weeklv for total of $49.14, It DaYS to advertise! WANTED BUSY MOTHERS! Bring me Ytour basketful of mending household eros, children's cloffllng repair & al- terations. North Main and Auburn area In Rockford, Ill. Call WO. 3-4520. :LGIN . . . Everything for the MOTORIST Dial SHerwood 1-2577 ELGIN COAL and OIL 24 Kimball Street Elgin, Illinois MRS. ELIZABETH JONES LEO A. MILES PATRICK JONES --= =24 Hour Service ~ ~ to read and will be happy to an- swer y6ur questions. Since Ambulance farming is becoming more scientific every day you may DIXON PHONE 3-1211 "Insurance Exclusively" DIXON NATIONAL BANK BUII,DING PHONES OFC. AT 2-8174 RES AT 4.7071 Electric Shop Inc. PHONE: AT 4-0011 213 West First St. DIXON. ILL. [: l-llll need more than a high school qL.~ZILIIIJ ~I ~ O education. Can you finance it? This may be the reason for your stepfather's attitude Working on a farm is a sure way of finding if this way at life is really for you. Next sum- mer try it out. And a girl? Don't worry. It's my guess you won't have any DOUG'S 3 DEUCES Package Store Cocktail, Lounge DOUG CURRAN Proprietor 222 W. First St Dixon, Illinois WATCHES--DIAMONDS The i trouble finding a girl no matter :what job you choose. Dear Doris: I am 11 going on 12. I would like to know if I should wear lipstick on my I2th birthday. My girl friends wear it and I don't see why I can't. If I don't wear it my friends will think I'm a square. What do you think should do? Joyce A little lipstick, light in color lnd applied sparingly might be worn On very sPecial occasions after you are 12. But as a gen- eral rule 12 is too young to be- gin wearing make-up of a n y Complatg Selection Of Religious Goods Downtown Dixon Illinois Finest DIXON; ILLINOI Motor Hotel TF In All G=est Rooms Childre~ FREE BUFFET LUNCHES W I T Z L E B DAILY Plumbing & Heating in THE TRAIl ROOM 111 S. Hennepin (Monda~ thru Friday) Dixon, Illinois PHONE: AT 2-0441 DINNER NIGHTLY Water Softeners in THE 1837 BOOM Dehumidifiers Water Heaters for (Food $~r~, till |O PJ~.t (Gas-Oil-Electric) 215 5, Galena Ph. AT. |4641 WM. L. HOWE GENERAL CONTRACTOR "Since 1930" Dial SH 2-1134- 717 Linden Ave. ELGIN MODERN DAIRY COMPANY, INC. Fine Dairy Products Dial SH 1-2536 ELGIN 364 Divisioe~Elgin Dial SHerwood 1-1400 ,y like to tell him even though 0RD we don't go together any more. ROCKF . . Thiel's Drug Store Rita We all have an obligation to' be instructed in the truths of our religion. However, Rita, go easy on the word obligation. You don't want to antagonize your friend or lead him further away. Stress instead the advantages of religion instruction. They are many. EXPLAIN TO HIM that we have two needs -- natural and supernatural or material and spiritual As we take food, fresh air and exercise for our mater- ial needs we have the truths of our faith, with the sacraments to fulfill our spiritual needs. We learn these truths home, Church and school For those who go to public school the Church has conveniently ar- ranged Confraternity classes. We are happier when both our material and spiritual needs are met. So why should he be half a person? @ Blaisdell Street MEAT MARKET KENNETH J. KING, Proprietor Wholesale and Retail Meats 1332 Blaisdell St. Rockford DIAL WO 3-3313 LAMPS ELEVATOR Sales & Service William Lamps 3103 Wallin Rockford Dial WO 5-0626 CARPETS -- BEDDING FURNITURE 218 SOUTH MAIN STREET ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS Everything tar the O/fict McFarland Office Equipment Co. FURNITURE FILING EQUIPMENT 227 So Church Dial WO 3-0427 Rockford, Illinois 4 W. 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