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PAGE I0 THE OBSERVER i Sisters 1 At, ]anCol es i ofI LI.'1A. Peru --(NC)-- T ent. -]setta, R.S.M, president of Xavi. . [ two Peruvian nuns are leavingler college, Chicago, has organ- [1~|1 ]1 [ here At g 12 to stt dv n the U S - s,~J-- L- I a ' '- " ". Ilzea me scnolarsnlp program lnl I OI1 ,CISOlaFSnlps iurnls[leG Dy IU . t i communities of Sisters there. Ic llab ratl n with Arehblshopl AUROA -- Reservationsfor[ Romolo Carboni Apostolic Nun- the Char-Mer charity ball co- The overseas project of the ' . ] [ Sister Formation conference of cio to Peru. isponsored by the auxlharies of[ the U.S headed by Sister M. Jo- The 10 U S communities of. St" Charles and St. Joseph ~iReligious will pay all expenses lMercy hospitals. . are now.being[ Ifor the 22 Peruvian Sisters from[aCe.e,pted and tickets will be[ [ uattr watt ,rntrh 1110 communities here. The schol-[ma:led prior to Aug. 20. The[ [ nAVI~ |UU IK|I~V [ ar~hi~ inchide roundtrP"'as Idinner - dance, which will bel I I sa e board tuition book~ nd At~ 26 will mark the of mlal g, ,a . ' .:~.::: ,o+ +en n +o ++ I ~' ~ I!~tudie~ that will last fromtwo Inn. Mrs. Le.ster Johnsen. re-[ Y4 I "-,- < I, to7 fou r year~. . ~ / .~ervations. chairman, reports I .~ [ - - - =--~ "--' [ ]that response ha~ been excel-I : ] ~ ] ,~ 2o.s:hof tlhe ~lsteros wm smay lent and from all indicatiow the ] ~ ~~ I [::P,n~llSn ann ioeaagogy out some t : ;~ t '. ball promises to be a success. I ~,J~m II wlll specialize m medicine, nurs- ! . . . [ ~~ ~ Iling and chemistry. The majori-[ A fesUve evening awaLs thosei I [:~ ~~~ I[tv of the Sisters are Peruvian[attended the ball. Guests ,villi [~iiiii! [ "IIL~II~ :~ I citizens, although a few are be seated in the ballroom where [!Ji [ "--~~ [! from other Latin American coun-[a six-course dinner will be sere-[ ~ I ]'trie~ fed. Entertainment will incl.de[ ~ I IE ,~" ~. 'dinner music a floor show fea-I : it tne reruvlan ~:sters will stucty . . ". ," . . t Ilu o o " 'turret too talent ano flanclng to I THE 0RIGNAL? l at the following cello es In the "" " ] "-A PLA I = ~ v,n.o I ~ " " " "? " s tile music Ol wayne lxina' and/ lyb N HUI 11E 1~1~, y---lvieiiluers Ol tile llomg ~Ulltlers as- [ [iu.o azter an orientation course hi~ orchestra He'will cam~ di-[ satiation of Rockford are completing plans for the seventh at oeorgetown tlnlverslt ,in i o ~ =. ~:.s.:L.s i, rectlv to the Aurora Hilton Inn/ annual Parade of Homes, to be held Aug. 19 through 27. Left a OlU~ KigDO. UiMflgUi0f~ [r,wasn~nre n, ~2t~ ~egi~, cm- from" the Emnire Room in Chi-[ to right are AlEut Carlson, treasurer; Robert. R. Stenstrom, ~lege weston lvlass." ~t. Aavler ~- . I |, ' X, ' '" " I s h olcago's Palmer House [ premdent; and LaVerne C. Clauson secretary (Look for full Rockfoed - Dixon college t.nicago: bt o.ep c - " ' ~ ' , I Ro, d-O,xon 11 E Iv res~'"nse to in-'uire~ re i page display of model homes m 'next week s issue of rilE .lege, /Gmml[sourg, iVlo.: Mary- pu . q . - - . OBSERVER ) (Morning Star photo) I I rave colleoe Detroit St Mary ceived by out of town residenk [ I,a a a ]leollege Xavier Kan " St" Mary concerning overnight accom-I" I I!.Jr college O'Fallon,IVIo: ViSor-modations Eric Hilton general[~,1~. 1" I ~ I I 10hn Kn0bel ~ ~0n libo'eolege. La Crosse, Wis.: Mar-manager of the Inn, has a,-/~ll~est 15nevelleal as buloe ] [lianist college, Dayton, Ohio; nounced that guest rooms willl CYC2 ,' i Freeport, Ill. ilDominican college. Racine, Wis be available to those who may /~t1" 11~t1-~::1~ Am~:o;,r~s11~ -~ts~J--~-,~ ,r~ I I, and Rosary college, River For- be traveling a considerable dis- Z'3kll, IIII, UI Z"IklILUI lblr.l.ll ~.llbbtlll~ |, I~est. I11. tanee and do not wish to returo +'--; " home that evening. Those planning to attend the ball are reminded that reserva- IDY a Painting a Paper Hanging Dry-Wall Taping and Finishing RESI DENTIAL--COMMERCIAL Phone: ADams 3-1916 841 S. Liberty Freeport You can be SURE i/ It's Westinghouse Get It At FREEPORT Hardware Co. We Feature a Complete Line of Fireplace Fixtures Two Convenient Locations Car. S. Galena and Main 05 W. Main ADams 2-7127 A. L. PLUMBING & H EAT I NG 512 S. Cherry Freeport, III. Dial ADams 2-5316 ATLAS Tires Batteries Accessories Adams and Winneshiek Phone AD 2-8010~Freeport FLACHTEMEIER Monument Works Clans are being accepted in the order received, so should be made early Anyone desiring further information concerning l the ball may call any one o1 the four chairmen: Mrs. G. Howard Matson, general chairman, or those assisting her. Mrs. Ben and Mrs. Ray L. Stoner. Pro- ceeds fl'om the affair will be shared equally by the two hospi- tals and will be used for needed Heitkotter, Mrs. LesSer Johnson equipment. MODERN PLATING CORPORATION Complete Electroplating Service Authorized to Do Work on Sacred Vessels GENERAL OFFICE AND PLANT 121-129 SO. HANCOCK AVENUE FREEPORT, ILLINOIS TELEPHONE: ADAMS 2-6139 BRANCH PLANT 2500 N. MAIN STREET ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS TELEPHONE: WOODLAND 2-6451 ~rite or Phone Us /or Details and Estimates the Inter-AmericanEconomic and Social Council The historic meeting was con- vened to map plans for Latin American economic develop- ment, including President Ken- nedy's proposed "Alliance for Progress." Cardinal Barbieri commented in his pastoral that there is need for the conference to come to grips with such problems as "the planning of investments, mobilization of internal re- sources, economic stabilization, adequate industrialization, i m- provement of agriculture, use of the land and agricultural re- form, housing, education and public health " MONUMENTS FOR MEMORY FREEPORT, ILLINOIS E. H. S,own--W. H. Brown, Owne,s 807 S. Adams ADams 2-2312 Sporting Goods Point and Hardware 128 E. Stephenson~Freeport OPT AL CO.- SUPER KEMTONE IIU+BBER WALL PAINT KEM GLO ENAMEL Dubuque Io.-.-608 Main St. rHOUSA.OS OF cola. Clinton, Io.--222 6th Ave. S. NEWBERRY WALLPAPER AND PAINT CO. Rockford--105 North Main St. Dispensing Glosses Prescrlhed by Dr. H. Catch--Optometrist It's . . For Dispensing Glosses Prescribed by Dr. H Portoll-~Optometrist Aurora--6 N. Broadway Italian roan.Illtg fl NI p G Pr.e,ibBd b,*, win. L+nd --Op + Steaks llIIIL13Ni Dixon--110 East First St. Dispensing Glosses Prescribed by Dr. B. Rubin--Optometrist Sea Food, Itllll l Chicken ilttlttl Sterling--21 W. 3rd St. II Dispensing Glasses Prescribed by Dr. R. Cobb, ~ k and Pizza - Dr. N. k. St. Germain--Optometrists II Served at Table or Carry-Out Elgin--121 S. Grove r ~ ~ "Ahvays, Prepared to Perfection" Dispensing Glosses Prescribed by Dr.' H. Moll- Optometrist Dial AD 2-5515 108 E. Stephenhon John W. Barrett O.D. OPTOMETRIST 7 EAST STEPHENSON ST. (Over Woolworth's) AD 2-5011 We Specialize in the Filling o/ } your doctor's } Your Prescriptions Expert Fitters of Trusses Elastic Stockings Surgical Supports CANADIAN STYLE y0tjvE mE NEVER TAgTED IT $0 000D Y IDAY. AUGUST 11, 1961 Alunmi President ALGONQUIN I and supper at St. Mary church 7:30 p.m.--Sponsored by the par- August 2fi-27--Annual summer from 5 to 9 p,m.--Sponsored by ish Altar and Ro~arv ~ociety festival at St. Margaret Marylthe Altar and Rosary socmtyI FREE;oR; *" parish, on the parish grounds, and the Holy Name society. AURORA I nlXON J August 15--Ic.e cream social at August 19-- Bier Garten Tanz - . --,"" . ,lSt Joseph school hall following augus[ l;i -- Ice cream social at Lakewood playground from 9~ ". " ', ~the 5-an n m M~s ~.r~r~nSOl'~,r'l "m +o 12 a m S~'n-+or"d b" zrom + until ~ p,m. in senool l + ' -- v -- ~ ~ ~ " .~af~+eri~ q re'~b-, S~ }by the ),{arian society of St. Jo- units 16 and 17 of St. Ann society -- ~ ,' ~'1 2 ~ : l ' of v I Patrick parish, s~v. pa~s Hol. Angels church. Augnst 26 -- Invitational Char- EAST DUBUQUE HARTLAND Met Charity bah at the Hilton August 27--Parish festival and/ August 13--Annual roast beef Inn---Sponsored by the eombined l chicl en dinner at'St Mary par Idinner and homecoming at St. auxiliaries of St. Charles and St. ish Servinm fr0m+noon till 'G ~ m" Patrick parish. Supper served at, Joseph Mercy hospitals. ] " ~ t -' "'t 5 p.m. BATAVIA i ELGIN I IlARV~RD August 20 -- 14th annual K. of August 27--Summer round-up. ' . C corned beef and cabbage fes-at St. Laurence parish from 3 to angust 24-27 -- K, of C. carni- rival at Columbian park -- SPan- 10 p.m. -- Sponsored by the par-]val at Central school trot.lads --~ sored by the Columbian council ish. b, ponsoreo o~, !no ~arvara No 219i ELIZABETH l i~.nights of Columbus. " DE KALB August 13 ~ Barbecue dinner] LOVES PARK August 15--Annual lawn social at St. Mary parish from 3:30 to August 13 -- Lawn social and [bazaar from noon till 6 p.m. on "* St Bridget church grounds En Crackdown Measure Wins Supportl. ' . - - I tertalnment. WASHINGTON- A proposal, Msgr. Schieder at that tilne1 McHENRY - praised by a Catholic youth lead- blamed the portrayal of crimei Atr'ust 23 Luncheon a"d s'" )J er, to crack down on sexand; . I s --,t.)'~ ano VlOlCnce on racuo ano tele- ~ o ' vi 1 n n r " n V } " . how at 1 30 p,m, la VFW club o e ce o adlo a d T has won new backin~ in congress, lvision as a "major factor' mJhouse -- Sponsored by SL mary ~. ," ,;the rise of juvenile delinquen+lHome and School association mop. k.arronu. ~earns Oil,' St l "v ls ey. y es D meuy mE.on. Pennsylvania introduced a billI " . (H.R. 8435)to extend to radiol lk~l~l IJKI"~ ~,Af'tDD/i= and TV programs exploiting sex, llWIVlhJ/ / /WIVl~l~l~,ltmlt crime, horror or violence the~ present penalties for use of ob- rl~,"~rl~ ] rl~ir31rT~] ~1 J scene or profane language. IILJll anu trm~ nop i Penalties for violations would "The BEST Is /~'orle Too Good For YOUR Children" J range up to fines of $10,000 or INFANTS CHILDREN'S SUB.TEENS | imprisonment for two years or Bo~'s Sizes To 8 Years J both. Another bill for the same Marian Miller. Owner l purpose was introduced earlier PHONE 4.48t6 MT MORRIS J in the house by Rep. Harris B. McDowell, Jr of Delaware. The McDowell proposal was described as a "step in the right direction" by Msgr. Joseph E. Schieder, director of the Youth department. National Catholic Welfare conference, in testimony July 27 before the subcommittee on juvenile delinquency of the senate judiciary committee. Marian Theatre "Lodging for the Night," an incident in the life of Robert Louis Stevenson's hero, Francois Villon, will be Marian Theatre's presentation Aug. 13, over the Mutual network. Dan Duryea portrays Villon. In 15th century Paris, a great hero of the poor French people was Francois Villon. He was a baffling mixture of good and bad; a brilliant poet, and a com- mon thief: a great scholar and LISLE -- At a recent meeting of the board of directors of St. Procopius college Alumni asso- ciation, John E. Miles of Aurora, was elected national president, aid of a former 1 o v e r, and Miles, who succeeds retiring brings about the most important president Dr. E. Mike Banas of[military decision ever faced by Whiting, Ind is a native of the French army's chief-of-staff. Aurora. He has served as re- "Lodging for the Night" was cording secretary since the asso- ~ adapted for Marian Theatre, and ciation's re-organization in 1951.)was produced in Hollywood. a rogue constantly sought by the police. In this incident from the hap- hazardous life of the poet-rogue, Villon is nearly murdered, es- capes trom the police with the ::::!: :: ~ {:i:} :: !::: :}}~:~):~:: :{;:~:~ :~}}:]:: ~}:' :.:}:!:~}::~ ::}:: :~ ::}:::;::: i:::!}: ~::}::: :: :~:~:~}:::~::::: :i ~}:~}:: } :{{:: :~}:~}: ~: ~}}:: :~:~}::::~}:::: :~ }:: ::::::: :}:}:::: :::::~ } }:~:~::: i::::::}: 7 :::~:::{~:i: :~):::: :!~:: ;~ :~::::~:i::~:::::~ ::}::} ::::::::::::::::::::::: }::::::: :/: ~i} :::::~: Say You Saw It in THE OBSERVER MT. 4-4716 Lumber Complete Building Service MORRIS PHONE Mount St. Clare College Clinton, Iowa C ,THOLIC COLLEGE FOR WOMEN Progressive new concepts in two-year college planning a Highly geared foundation program for the degree seeker Well-rounded program for the two-year student IAberal Arts Home and Family ,Business Secretarial Teacher Preparation Medical Secretarial Health Serv/ces i i :~{::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::~}:~:.~}:::~}::::}:::~:!:::::::3:}}:~:~:~{:::::::}}::}::::}:}:!:~:::::::::~:~:::::~:::::~:{:}}::~:::::::{~::::}:::~:~:::~}:::::~:::}}:::`~}::::::~:::.~::,}:::]+:+:::::::::}:~:~:~:~::::;:::}:::~}::}:~:~}:~:~::}::~`:i:::{::~::.:::i~ Soy You Saw It in THE OBSERVER * * * * TWO LOCATIONS MONROE, WIS. 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"R Pagel's Rental Purchase Plan "R Pagel's FHA New Home Plan Pagel's Trade In Plan "R Pagel's 10% Down Plan Pogel's Work Credit Plan Almost Anyone Can Buy a Home New Homes and Apartments Now Available Dare to Comparer. Construction Co $36 Windsor Rd. Rockford, III. Call TR 7-7804 Today (';ALPINE VALLEY") We wish to thank our many Cotholic friends for their response to our Open House July 29-30. We ore continuing this open house invitation during August. ALL LOTS FULLY IMPROVED HOME PRICES START AT $11,300, INCLUDES LOT Payments As Low As $80.00 Per Month Including Taxes and |nsurance Plus Painting NAME YOUR OWN DOWN PAYMENT Route 173 To Alpine Rd. -- Turn North & Follow Signs These ore conventionally built homes Material Purchased Locally Lobor Done by Local People Presrripli0n Sperialisls CONVENIENT TO ST. BRIDGET'S CHURCH & SCHOOL TELEPHONE TR 7-2549