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hnclay, An|us, 17, 1941  THE OBSERVER  3 Dr John F Cronin To Give New Series On 'Catholic Hour' Talks To Show Labor's Part In Times Of National Crisis Washington, Aug. 8.--The Rev. Dr. John F. Cronin, S.S., Professor of Economics at St. Mary's Semi- nary, Baltimore will discuss "Free- dom Defended" in his second series of addresses on the "Catholic Hour" beginning Sunday, August 17. The "Catholic Hour" is broadcast over the Red Nework of the Na- tional Broadcasting Company and is produced by Catholic Men. Dr. Cronin's talks will deal with the Christian attitude in this time of national stress and with the role j that labor must play in the crisis. The weekly titles are: I "The Price of Survival," August! 17; "Justice and the Labor Prob- lem, August 24, and BmldeJs of the Future," August 31. i 1)r. Cronin, who has taught at! St. Mary's Seminary since his or- dination, has written and lectured! widely in the social field. His "Economics and Society," was rec- ently published. Luncheon, Card Party At Cary August 25 Cary.---The Altar and Rosary ociety of SS. Peter and Paul's church will sponsor a dessert lun- cheon and card and bunco paFty in the church hall Monday afternoon, :August 25, at 1 o'clock The com- mittee in charge includes Mmes. Joseph Pokorney, chairman, Albert Schuldt, Joseph Homola, Jr., An- ton Synek, Albert Welisek, Frank Jelinek, Robert Lowe and Frank Padalik. Sociologist On Radio Rev. Dr. John F. Cronin, S. S., Professor of Economics at St. Mary's Seminary, Baltimore, will return to the "Catholic Hour" Sunday, August 17, for his sec- ond appearance in the nation- wide NBC Red Network broad- cast produced by the National Council of Catholic Men. Dr. Cronin's series of three dis- courses will deal with the gen- eral topic, "Freedom Defend- ed." (N.C.W.C.) Harlland Social To Be Held Sunday Hartland.--The Rev. Joseph M. Tully and the people of St. Pat- rick's, Hartland, invite the patron- age of their many friends at a parish activity to be conducted on Sunday afternoon, August 17. The spacious lawns about the parish church have been prepared for a lawn social and party to take place that afternoon. K E N T & C O M P A N Y REAL ESTATE end INSURANCE SUMMER RESORT RENTALS and FARM PROPERTY McHENRY * ILLINOIS ELGIN L_ Sporting Goods Phone Elgin 4880 23 No. Grove Ave. Keeney's Sport Shop Elgln'i Exclusive Sports Shop EVERYTHING FOR SPORT EGGERTSS Coal . . . Coke Stoker Coals PHONE 3400 106 Notional St. Bus Phone: 4651 Res. Phone: 6218 North End Super Service Station Dundee, Liberty end Congdon Ave. G. NOTTOLINI, Proprietor THIS IS YOUR STATION BoWery--Ca rburetor---Electrie Service FRANCIS J. ADAMS 280 S. GROVE TEL. ELGIN 1540 Grocery ELMER McLEAN FANCY GROCERIES, MEATS FRUITS and VEGETABLES Phone 1382 301 E. Chicago St. Drugs THIEL'S DRUG STORE G. J. THIEL R.Ph. 'he Prescription Store" 161 DUNDEE AVENUE EVERYTHING for the MOTORIST PHOIIES: 2577  2578  1540 Wallpaper, Paint H O U S EWA R ES RITSCHARD'S Better Point Service Since 1912 211 E. CHICAGO ST. Phone Elgin 362 Furniture PAAR FURNITURE SERVICE Furniture Upholstering REPAIRING -- REFINISHING Mattress Renovating--Rebuilt Into InnorsprlngsSlip Covers. Phone Elgin 5354 921 Duncan Ave. Paints VALLEY PAINT CO. DlstributorsMOORE Paint Preducts WATER FAST WALLPAPER GLASS, PAINTERS' SUPPLIES 13 N. Spring St. Phone 3340 PLUMBING * HEATING DALLAS T. GHOLSON LICENSED MASTER PLUMBER 27 Leonard St. Telephone 5866 ELGIN, ILLINOIS "A Case of Good" Judgment" #'00ER EDELWEISS DISTRIBUTING CO. 56 Water Street Phe 2031 Committees Named For Homecoming At Somonauk August 1.7 Somonauk.--The annual home- coming and picnic sponsored by members of St. John's parish pro- raises to be bigger and better than ever. It will be held at Sandwich Fairgrounds next Sunday, August 17. The chicken dinner will be served from 11:30 a.m. (standard time on) until all are served. In case of rain the ladies will serve the dinner in Feehan hall, Semen- auk. The committees for the various i concessions are putting forth every effort to make the day pleasant for the many visitors who are ex- pected to attend. The pastor, the Rev. C. J. Kirkfleet, O. Praem., and all the parishioners extend a most cordial invitation to the public to enjoy the dinner and entertain- ment. Mrs. Victor Meyer is general chairman for the dinner with Mrs. Leo Nugent her co-chairman. Other committees i'nclude Victor Meyer, Leo Nugent, John Harm Louis Parisot, dinner ticket sale Leo Dondanville, Thomas Femmis- ter, "L. S. Sherman, Levi Kearns Melvin Hobbs, Louis J. Meyer, tickets at door; Earl Bruenig, John Lobdell, Ernest Raspiller, Aubrey Clapper, Elmer Sherman, Albert l)enilauler, Edward Weismiller, re- freshment stand; Julian Adrian, Orvill(" Fehrenbacher, Fred Kief- fer, Raymond Fox, Harry Sher- nmn, Leo Parisot, Leo Fox, ]tarry Gletty, Robert Hann, John Colbc, Frank Wetland, corn game, Chas. Campbell, Miles Meyer, Edward :Duffy, Francis Worland, Jr., Her- man Wessels, Chas. Huss, Leo Meyer, bowling pin; Lawrence Dolder, Robert Miller, Edward Frein, Lawrence Schnitz, John De- vine, Eugene LaBoube, Harold Campbell, Richard Duffy, hooligan game; Louis C. Meyer, Jr., Lestcr Gauer, Harold Kuehlum, Raymond Faltz, Edmund Faltz, Lorene Cars, new game, Leo Ulrich, Rich- ard Miller, Joseph Gavin, Leo Gavin, Martin Sherman, Ehner Frein, Al Wessels, duck pond; Ernest Fox, Ray Wolfe, Fred Huss, Joe Willem, gas. Raspiller, Victor Meyer, carpenters. The Young Ladies Sodality will have charge of the candy booth, grb bag and a raffle. The follow- ing committees have been appoint- ed by the sodality: Helen Sher- man, Joan Weismiller, Dorothy LaBolle, Gertrude Meyer, Vivian LaBolle, Patricia LaBolle, Veroni- ca Gavin, Myrtle George, Virginia Meyer, Margaretta Cleo Barr and Mary Emma Huss i candy; Emma Rompf, Mariol Rompf, Ruth Devine and Rose Campbell, grab bag; Anne Don- danville and Emily Meyer, raffle. Thirty-Five Enrolled In Aurora '52' Club, Membership Is 895 Aurora--At Marywood on Aug- ust 8, 1941, the following new members were received into the "52" Club. All are from Aurora unless otherwise noted: Elisabeth Assell; Donald Augs- burg; Mrs. Ben Baish; Mary H. Barkei, Batavia; Edward Beilcr; Mrs. Robert J. Brummel, Naper- villc; William Cheli; Mrs. William Cheli; Donald J. Feltes, North Au- rora; Dorothy B. Feltes, North Aurora; Mrs. L. C. Feltes, North Aurora; Leonard C. Feltes, North Aurora; Evelyn Hankes, Mary- wood; Ida Harrington, Lockport; Ted Itilgen; Joseph Holhneir: Carl Knauf; Mrs. Ralph P. Kohley, Naperville; Lorraine Mae Komes Mrs. C. A. Lambert; Robert Meisch, Naperville;, Rose Mihm Mrs. Hvelyn Milroy; Barbara Rausch; Mrs. C. W. Reuland; John Sehabb; Mrs. John Schabb; Marie Sehiltz; John Schemer; Nick Stull Dorothy Testin; Eileen Weber Margaret E. Weiland; Bernard :K. Weiler; Mrs. Alois White. This enrollment of thirty-five new members into the "52" club brings the club roster to a total of 895. A special "52" club No- vena service will be announced at Marywood when the membership has reached 1,000. Services of the Novena in honor of our Sorrowful Mother are held each Friday at Annunciation church at 6:30 a.m. 3, 5, 7 and 8:30 p.m. All are wel- come to join the novenites each Friday in their united prayers for the grace of wold peace. Bishop Corrigan Heads Catholic U. For Second Term Sacred Congregation At Trustees' Petition Makes Appointment Washington, Aug. 8.--The Most Rev. Joseph M. Corrigan, Titular Bishop of Bilta, has been reap- pointed Rector of the Catholic Uni- versity of America, after complet- ing an initial appointment of five rears, it is announced here today. The reappointment was made mblic following receipt of a com- nunication from Vatican City, which said that, under authority given by His Holiness Pope Plus XII, the Sacred Congregation of Seminaries and of University Studies "selects and names the Most Excellent and Most Reverend Joseph M. Corrigan to the office of Rector Magnificus of the Catholic University of America." The Sacred Congregation, it was stated, acted "in response to the petition of the trustees" of the university, "presented with due observance to the Holy. Father." Bishop Corrigan is the sixth Rec- tor to guide the destinies of tim Catholic University of America; the fifth successive one to be ele- vated to the episcopacy, and the first to be so honored during' his first term in office. The Most Rev. John J. Keane was already Bishop of Richmond when he was named first Rector of the university. A native of Philadelphia, Bishop Corrigan studied at La Salle Col- lege in that city and the Seminary of St. Charles Borromeo, Over- brook. He received his Doctora*e in Sacred Theology from Propa- ganda College in Rome in 1903, the same year he was ordained. Upon his return to the United States, the future Bishop served as a cur- ate in Philadelphia, as Superinten- dent of the Catholic Missionary Society, as Archdiocesan Director of Charities, as Moderator of the Priests' Conference and later as Director of Layme's Retreats. Pope Pins XI made him a Domestic Prelate in 1929, and created him a Prothonotary Apostolic in 1937. Algonquin Bazaar To Be Held Aug. 16 Algonquin.--The annual bazaar of St. Margaret's Benefit society will be held next Saturday even- ing, August 16, in the church hall. A home bakery sale will be held at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Crystal Lake Hardware Raue Hardware Co. PAINTS AND OILS PLUMBING HEATING Phone 189 VIRGIL Implements A. J. ZIMMER MACHINERY CASE TRACTOR; and FARM TEL. 3228 VIRGIL, ILLINOIS Merchandise SCOBEL GROCERY Virgil III. Lumber-Coal Vincent A. Schuh Grain Feed Weddings ROCKFORD Miss Florence Beere and John H. Erlek- son. both of Rockford, by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. W. G. McMillan of St. .Peter's cllareh, Aug. 4. Miss Mary Byrne and Arthur Finan, both of Rockford, by the Rev. Herman Mat- tingly at St. Peter's church, Aug. 9. Mis Ruth Keegan and John F. Healer, hoth of Rockford, by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. W. G. McMillan of St. Peter's church. Aug. 9. Miss Cecelia Knax and Herbert Danicls, both of Rockford, by the Rev. Apollinaris Paryz. O.M.C., of St. Stanialaus Ko, tka parish, Aug. 4. Miss Antonia Leon of Rockford and Ilali Williams of Vest, Ky., I)y tile V(,ry Rev, I Father Dominic, O.M.C., of St. Anthony,, of Padua eimrch, Aug. 9. kURORA Miss Irene W. Harris and Jame Cole- man. both of Aurora, by the ]tee. Chas, It. Kelly of St. Mary's church, Aug. 2. APPLE RIVER Miss Marian Bohnaaeh and Stanley Davis, hath of Apple River. by the Rev. F. C. Vaet of St. Joseph's church, Aug. 8. BATAVIA :Miss Evolyn Kautz of West Chicago and John W. Thompson of DeKalb by the Rev, W. J. Donovan of Holy Cross church, Aug.. 2. EAST DUBUQUE Miss Jessie Smith and George Toeffel- hair, both of East Dubuque, by the Rev. J. J. Hackett of St. Mary's church.. Aug. 5. ELGIN Miss Evelyn D. Koppers of Elgin and Lionel G. Lynch of Chicago, by the Rev. Paul Schneider at St, Laurence church, Aug. 9. Miss Frances C. Miller of Elgin and (. Hilaire Ouin.t of Foxbnro, Mass., by the Roy. B. E. Beddoes of St. Mary's churt'h, Aug. 9. FREF, PORT Miss Betty .T. Jones of Amhoy end Wayne Hoyle .)f Eldena by the Rev. James Mulcaire (,f St. Mary's church, Aug. 2. Miss Mary J. Popkes and Kenneth V. Young, boil1 of I,'reeport, by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. C. F. Conh,y of St. Mary's church, Aug. 9. IIUNTI,EV Miss Lois Brian and 3nseph Fal, rI, hath of ]Iuntley, ],y the Rev. |. D. Day of St. Mary's church, Aug. 10. JOIINSBURG Miss Elizabeth Schmitt of Johnsburg and Alvin J. Freund of McHt,nry by the Rev. A. J. Neidert of St. John's church. Aug. 6. SPRING GROVE Miss Virginia Schmltt of Spring rove and Paul N. Borre of Richmond by the Rev. John L. Dalelden of St. Peter's (,hureh, Aug. 9. i; Founded 1867 .IN1-tIMEn BROe Mrc CO rc/iloctura] )ooatworA, Iseoll " loci,ore l Shurtleff Cool & Lumber Co. (Not Incorporated) MARENGO UNION MAPLE PARK BARRINGTON HARTLAND ELGIN Square CARPENTERSVILLE Products IShurtlcff Service SMIsfles" Spring Grove Fuel, Lumber TIBBITS-CAMERON LUMBER COMPANY A. W. SCHMELTZER, Manager Telephone Richmond 364 Lumber and. Building Material Cement, Cool, Feed end Points McHENRY Lumber, Fuel McHENRY LUMBER CO. Lumber, Millwork and Fuel Phone, McHenry 46 MILK CREAM * BUTTER EGGS . ICE CREAM FREUND'S DAIRY Phone McH/enry 636 W-2 RT. 1, McHENRY, ILINtIS DRI-GAS THE BOTTLED COOKING GAS W. H. ALTHOFF HARDWARE Also Electric Ranges and RetrigeratorI Sheet-Metal and Air Conditionino Phone 2B4 WEST McNENRY, ILL. Insurance EARL R. WALSH McHenry, Illinoil General Insurance Phone 43