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Sunday, August 20, 1950 I'HE OBSERVER EDITION OF OUR SUNDAY VISITOR News SectionwPage 3A Catholic Youth Elgin Actors Dramatic Moment Says ChurchProspers, Conversions Continue ....... In Red China Capital , ('hica~'o(N('~ The Church continue and thousands are still rc('eivinlz Catholic education in the : heart of Red China, tile ('Olilmtlu- 'i ist capital in I'ekin~'. Word has heen received by the " P, ev. l"r. Ralph, S.V.I)., national :'~ director of the Society of the DE- i, vine Word Catholic Universities, that two lav professors of Fu Jen, .~" Catholic ljniversitv there, have. :r heen received into {he ('hutch, one a 78-vear-old former atheist. Tlu; university continues to funco .. tion despite tt{e presence of the communist regime rule. There are 1,50t) voting men and women en- . . . . ) ll__ -- -= ....... -- who wm ~pprectate rolledtsep~d;~inthc:a:?esumversLtv courses f~r de- I~'rees and 1,200 boys and girls at. TM "'o J ~'Best Foot Forward" in rehearsal before the opening performance last Tuesday, August 15. Continuing through Saturday night, August 19, the Catholic Youth of Elgin each night present a dramatic play in St. Mary's hall. Pictured at a tense moment of the drama are the prin- ciples in the cast. Left to right: Ted Schnell, Mary Ann Costello, Katherine Gnmr, Margaret Reinert, Jerry Dougherty, Helen Anthony, John ~ ~I Wal_ker, Lynn B rink_er, Job_.n Costel!o, Jim__Riepl and JimField. -~J~f [harl K: o, c: o ,a ------ e e ' [extra time for TV, since they also il ... .. I [ spend the required number of'hours II I'IUlTIDIng I lin school? The time, of course,!l R.I. WAGNER I [is stolen from their active play out- I SILENT AUTOMAtiC OiL SUaI,IER$ I [doors and from their other c,.ea-ll IRON FIREMAN STOKERS I [tive interests. II Off|e# 549---Phones---Res. 152 I [ Some of this extra time is stolen'I 112 East Main St. t I from their Scouts and Cub pro-t " I grams. Like Carol, they no long-[I c aLESO, * co. I ]er care for ,,.ownies. II .... w * so. I I These TV fans doubtless see[I ~.t_.,.%w.?.,_,_ I Imany good programs. And well "~_,~'.'.~.~.',~';,'" I I hopecthe wild westerns and horror ll '"'__'" "?T_'_'.'.T:. I .......... I programs do less harm than the I ATv:."gW;% I ! ]sexy comics which the children put .............. [ aside. I But we should take care that TV [ MCORHACK OIL CO. [ I does not make out" children into I Distributors I "~!::: :::: ::: ~;:i mere, vassive on-lookers. For their I TEXACO PETROLEUM PaOOUCTI I ]health;s sake, children must notll StationI LocateaAt I /lose interest in active outdoor play. I GENEVA BATAVIA I /For their futtre happiness, theyll SI. CHARLES . I I activities. [I Imust not lose interest in creative West Mare 215 East Mam / mbus;CharlesA drle ~ ck rddioceseg l chai m n ock rd; t y.Frank nnedy' `cecha I WAIT- ] of state athletic commission, Chicago; Leo M. Flynn, state deputy, Chicago; Walter L. McGinnis, state see-l| FUNERAL SERVICE CO. " I retary, Beardstown, Illinois. /I _ -. I .... /I 51-59 Center Street t.,ginI . w - ~ I t,ool~an at ,,Encore, ILl., represented II I|l I Joe UIOD wIn l eeo,'ia and finished fifth in the I UNDERSTANDING I/" ' .... Ifinal standings with a score of 86.11e~litnee~ II I~ P* . tlJ= IP. . [Walter Yeager of Joliet, I11., l'ep-/I ,w,,,,=v~b,-~ Ill ........ ..,,. ~-.~-,~, I/I itwttnv.mAa~m~ I rtr T Kt TatP Iresented the newest diocese in the[| i I|1 '" ........ I/I I ............ ~' /state and finished third with a|| I ~ Ill B~,etor--Electric Ill w l .t,-,. wKwaK. I # le ~" |seoreof77. Jim Buckley of Spring-// I El .... III n^ ,ete-r r ,-nrt I [-"ll In"mM /tield, IlL, represented that diocese|/ / Ill ...... _ lil wvcs.=,^w I ~V VUIII~1 /and tool< second place with onel[ 1 ~ [t l [i/A~[I[ :...I.,o I m o -- /stroke behind the winner, or 74.11a~rll~"~" Ill ..... .. I Rockf 'd -- R ckford- council,/No entry was l'eceived from the]} ~1 Ill 280 S~Is='- Ill L ~,mcago :m I Knights of Columbus was host to| diocese of Belleville. II the first state golf tournament for| Following the match at thel[ i[lIil~ l] ~ Knights of Columbus. Joe 1Glob|Mauh.Nau_Tee.SeeCountryclubinl[ II Ill _ ,i- III SHURTLEFF CO. oz laat9ey, Ill, ~ U gOlI cnam en nner was . ".. " ." "/Roekford, a chick di II ,J,U/[I v: ~ _.~IW'~i" I[| Lumber&Coal Pw~2 ~et~euare:d'ene;~weizf Ch~ea~l'/~ee';VeMd mF;hnenK'~::tg'delpUubt;,;m:: II "PO2SO~%OWA Ill ~ Ill ~- "'::g .~o,. score of 7a. Dick Hurley of Wood-/,,,t,a "1, ..... t- state ~,olf chain-1| a,~n~a~w B Ill ~l[al~- -~- I/I II MAPLE PA[~K I ................ EARTH stock, Ill., K. of C. golf champion ["ion of tho ~ni~'hts of Columbus [1 OflLD WELFARE RES ]lI ~l~lr~lll~i~i~l~ I~J I 8ARRINGTON ] Jtr:;it ', oc frd t l,/Soe lob. - '11 .,,0. Ill EY|RYTHIN, rLAND--CAPENTERSVILLE ] / Charles Andrle, golf ehairman l~ll ~FF SERVICE SATISFIeS ] K. of C. champions were nomi-lfor the diocese of Rockford, di-lTaulavlt."aa l.~ ~kll~leAn " I ............. _[i ! hated at tournaments held in die-Iretted the event, lie was assisted I"........................ / '' J I eese throughout the state. Harold ]by John Burke, Bob Phillips, Carl| Carol a~,ed 6 does not want t^ll III I . /Ulm, Nello Dai Pra, Robert Btirns|wn t, t'h. ~,w~i, m,~tin~,, ,,;~-II Dru~s III I '" ' /and Ferd Herzog. Herzog is dio-/~ore" "~,[ oneti'me i3rownies werell .iI~-.,e ~I,~_ eTORE Ill I~I~ ~ IH I /eesan athletic commissioner andJ~,reat fun but now the meeting, all /nllgL~ I~1~t~ @ III IIF LI~.I~TM ~ v.! I ~eII ,I ~EarleS. DunneofChicagoisehair'|c~onflict w~th "Howdv Doodv" o'nll r" , r~tm npH Ill ~l~ll[J~ ~[~1~ ] I--IIl I4 lman .of .the state K. C. athleticlthe television set in h~,r home'. Andll o "" "2 .... Ill~k~ ~ B" I lllUq ! |comm,ssmn. |Carol wants to see Howdy Doo-II Ill ,,, III m,, co. ................. ,IPeruvian President / A new problem for parents !~[I Ill I ANDREW ~. MILLER T^ D..,,.o, /coming up over the horizon. TV ,1 I IIVlIIlIII IV /IVl~q~l n writer "ha taken the I ............ II /reports o e " , s _.. ---. kids by storm."It is so popular Cathohc Faith VAN'S DRUG STORE I Jl Jwith children that comic book sale:Jl d~ ~ ~ II VA,Z o~u~ sro~t I *nr,~,O.lU.a~., Wo,k II Lima, Peru--(NC)--Taking thelare reported dropping. And any-]J ~W [] - ' -qJ~ Ill C. LVAN RED&UE, R.PH. _| PHONE DUNDEE |I5R2 I]oath of office as President of thelthing that can compete with com-II ~ ,~M 1 ~" III _ .- -,I GILRERT$. ILL. |lRepublic, Gen. Manuel A. Odzia|ics has a strong pull, indeed, l| ...~w / v,~ II| 14 DOUGLAS AVE., ELGIN, ILL. . " _ [promised to maintain most cordial[ ,r~ ...... oblom f-r ,,a~ents is/I F1~)tt~l.~- t~D~l' ill PHONE 176 ' "~-~ relations with the Catholic Church .......... ha"" hi~ldr~nseo " I ............... /not so much w t c o./I - Ill Rel~bl~Pr~cti~fionServl-, - --lana pare uaoute to tt]s ~olmeSS/TV as how much thev see Instead/I -- I. - Pope Pins XII - " .... 4 t t " |of going to a movie theatre oncea| i Housekee er "'" n" " I taenerat ~aria ~aa ~een pre:i-|week, they now seemmOVive~a~thome.|l [I p ~G teG dent of the milita y board of g -[They look at the Y all ......... II ~,_J___ t~_._, t~_ i_.. ernment since the overthrow of|week and four hours per day, ac-|l Igoea/as aavemsemenu ~l /VtoG~rn vu,ry ~u,~ un~. I President Jose Bustamente in Oc-leording to one recent survey. [I . , .. 11 ..... Housekeepe~ wented for pdut'iltober, 1948, and was recently elect-[ This s~trve7 shows that in re-Jl ~ne t~now II ine eett ,n heine in small town. Addrut ea.Jed as President. He said that the/gions wi~a TV, children from 11/I ............. II DAIRY PRODUCTS ~d~otion -=vin- refer ....T~..JPeople of Peru have slwayI ex-lto 15 years of age spend almostlI II r-,,, ~ w, w q,,r,~ ~vw . nw l VI Ion ........ I hibited a sturdy faith and ha prom-/as mueh time looking at te e "s" dl v....... .... i| |lain 2536 ~,r, asx ~:~, r~, ligmm.lised to protect that faith durinR/as they spend in classes at sehool.J| ......... " II " ,. i : -' "his regime. " ome spend as much as $1 hours'I . iI , ,