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ection---Page 6A THE OBSERVER EDITION OF OUR SUNDAY VISITOR Sunday, August 20, 1950 F --° t| A | Ham Supper and 9 to 12 Dance in h on:lem Annual the Hall: Schlesinger's Orchestra.[[ ...... /I Gdts And lrl l ,, • . The men of the pa, sh to act as taequests Hnmptnm,nn chairmen for the many features of [I .......... I eVlll~bVllllll~ ~b . , " II lhe uiocese o~ KOCKTOrCI Will • . • . .. the homecommg w,], 1,2 Een Sten-ll gratefully accept gifts and lego- J'~flHr |~hl'~r II|..~iII zel, kaymond Faivre, ben Aubert, I[ ties from benevolenl persons who I1~11/ I~l~lll~lJrl IJUV ('harlesBucklev ('eoro'eGay Jldesire to make on acknowledg- e. . ., : • , ,. Maytown -- A parish ;ommittee (,.ha,'les Sharkey, W,lham"(". p, yad J m l.o' ~°d,~og°~dnc:S:e '~i:~ ~e of over 200 peol)le is preparing for vincent Duffy, Arthur [,effehnau, ]j used fat Saint Vincent's Home fat the biggest l,abor Day tIomecom-[Nathan Friel, Robert i~IcLaughlin, II Children and Saint Joseph's Home inff in Mavtown hisLm:v. The not-iHubert I,effelman ttarohl Booker I| for the Aged, for the education ed chieker'~ (linnet wil'l he served ('lea Friel " " [ '~'' " "" l of worthy young men to the Priest front 11 a m to 3 p m, davl ght ' , lvJarK ~narKey,anu Ihood, for works of charity in on saving time. An extra dininff' roont Ge°rP4e I(ing. The husbands of |ever-broadening field, and for the added this year will ntake il )as- those on the (linner committee [ support of religion in the needy Bible to seat 400 I)eople at one tin)e. Jmette all appointments for the [] areas of the Diocese.. I,ast year over 1,500 chwl/| J~ ,Bevies. Cothoh.c .B,sho!~. ?f Ja addition there will be baked a~:v outside kitcheo' the time set l/ KocKrora, requests to on ma~- hant suppers available after 4 p.m. is "Friday evening" Sent 1 at 7'30 l| viduo[ parish should be mode in I ast year1 ')00 sandw chcs ~e c ~- , ," ....~" • " '., ," .;//the above title but with a direc- ' " ' ,'~ "* ' ~lne laulesWill prepare tlleflail // . • . . . - - served • . " two stotmg tnot the oequest oe • and the basement dmmg rooms and J[ ..A ....... .~ t~. ,~. ~.~t, ~t .~. Thedinner committee consists of kitchens at 1 p.m. on the same day./| 22r,'"2 ' ............................ Mesdames Everett Biekett, Fred ......... l/ .... T. ~. ~i~, .,. u...,,. ~ • 2kS nsual each IamllV in Erie /~ ~ecKer, u~enr.ly, wnuam ~,u[en, "arishesof u"-'*own" frie" 6/ Leo ' " I, • ~,~,~ tavo O oW It;; ,ng, Vho,t on- cheapens, makes "the gravv and I Novena Has Beer Lau l~lin . c~oy.. Jan aes .~e- mashed potatoes sufficient for 24 ] Hargo'ld ~oanU w~.~n ;~enzeJ: ~v[rs. persons. Each family brings its JlJ-IJ ....... I.o y t supezvzse the ........ ?* ',, share for the fresh vegetable salad,/I-II~IU ~,~UHIIllUIhtU~IV negresses, tVl~SS Agnes ~vter'a(z(len -eas and tomatoes milk and cream l . -- and Miss Fdna Streit will be in p "' • ' . charge of the servmg ..... ;~ ,.o= , .... . = rasr Years "" " • and donates three covered p~es h ." . TI,~ v" .............. K,q,~ ,-,t ...... T e supper committee will be reach of every family se that as | ....... Mrs. Walter King, Frances Me- many as nossi'ble may eniov these/ J+oeKtord--m novena that has Fadden, and Mesdames Glen Freil, " .... " .... /been attended regularly by ment- Joseph Kelly, John Auhert, Law- rence Carl, Ralph Full, James M(.- Laughlin, Cecilia Weber, Everett Bickett, Harohl Oberschelp, Arthur I,effehnan, Haroht King, and George Quest. Events: 10 a.m. Basebal/: Walton vs. Amboy; it to 3 Chicken Dinner; 1 p.m. Victory (;lee Cluh front Chi- cago; 2:30 l~aseball: Sublette vs. Maytown; 4:30 Band Concert, Men- data Accordian Band; 4 to 9 Baked "We Dress Your Eloors and Windows" See Our Complete Line • Broadloom Carpeting • Unoleum • Tile • Kitchen Cabinets and Sinks • Curtains end Drapes • Window Shades Planning Services and Estimates Free Call Main 3-9651 CAR-PET-LINE STORE Inc. 428 7th St. Rockford, IlL FIREPROOF STORAGE 715 South Main Street ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS "ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW" STATE and CAPITAL THEATRES CHARLES HOUSE ENTERPRISES, INC. RECHT-FROELICH CHEVROLET CO. 330 South Church at Green St. Phone 3-8421 ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS famous Maytown dinners. I,eAur~vr~:lle-~. bM~S:l,e Ray. E. P. Petit in lloly Angels church, Aug'. 12. Cary -- Mi~ Darlene Mill~r and J~aeph l,olli, by the Roy. F. A. Kilderry of SS. Peter and Paul church, Aug. 8. Crystal I,nke -- Miss I,'lorenee Sitartz ami Merle Harlett, by the Roy. E. A. Mc- Cormick of St. Thomas church, Aug. 12. Erie -- Mis~ Mary T,mdse Heyvaert and Willard Redress, by the Rev. J. W. Vaughn of St. Ambrose church, Aug. 12. Gilberta -- Misa Luey Jane Freeman anti Charles |L Beckman, in St, Mary's church, Aug. 5. AR-KI-TECK berg of all parishes in the city siuce it was started more than 12 years ago is continuing to be held weekly at St. Anthony of Padua church. Novena services in honor of Out' Sorrowful Mother are held at 4 and 7 p. m. Fridays at the south Rockford church. The current novena petition is for the conversion of Russia and permanent peace. Personal peti- tions are also encouraged. Service men who have lost their lives while serving their country are remem- bered in novena prayers. The perpetual novena is held each Friday in churches and chap- els throughout the country. It is explained that vacationists are thus able to continue their novena hy attending services held neat" their vacation point. Attendance at nine consecutive services cortsti- tutes a novena. There has been no interruption in the Sorrowful Mother newton at St. Anthony's church since it was started in the late 1930's. The no- vena has been held each Friday since it was instituted. Novena prayers are recited aloud by the congregation which als0 particil)ates in singing. • Interior finishes • Exterior Coatings • Industrial and Mainten- ance coatings • "Rot-Stops" rot in wood or canvas SCIENTIFICALLY AND CAREFULLY FORMULATED BY Rockford Paint Manufacturin9 Co. ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS THAT ~_ GOOD ~ GASOLINE SMITH OIL SERVICE Smith Oil & Refining Co. end Aneclete Darien II ~IOLA'S ~II~UTY SHOP I1 PAL~IlkCE BEAUTY SHOP Phone 2-8634 . I 17~/~ N. Main Street 107 Hall Street Phone 3-4913 EveningAprmintments Hair Dyeing and Permanent Waving Our Specialty [ TI WE MODERN PLATING CORPORATION HICK SERVATIUS, Prop, SPECIALIZE IN GOLD AHD SILVER PLATIHG OH ALL CHURCH VESSELS Episcopal Permission Granted 121 "S. HanlNk Aye, Tel. Main $t4 Pwrlt, IlL by Sister M. Lilliana Owens, asso- commemorate the 75th anniversary elate editor of Revista Catolica. of the founding of Revista Catol- She ~s helped by the Rev. Gregory ica and the cenLennial observance Goni, S.J., and the Rev. J. M. Gon- of the Santa Fe archdiocese sched- zalez, S.J. nlcd to begin in the first week of Pnblication of the brochure will September. Rockford KARL SCHOENING @ SONS J Pointing and Decorating Contractors J PAINTS and PAINTING SUPPLIES J COLOR TINTING SERVICE J I J 1606 W. State St. Phone 2-511 Rockford, Illinois I S L Main St. Phone Main 855 Freeport ROCKFORD SHEET METAL WORKS, INC. Engineers - Contractors COAL, OIL AND GAS HEATING -- AIR CONDITIONING 1618MAGNOLIA STREET - DIAL 3-6313 - ROCKFORD, ILl.. MASON, I NC. Hart Scheffner & Marx Clothes " 124 No. Main Rockford E. J. GALLAGHER J I PLUMBING & HEATING CONTRACTOR 1604 Huflmon Blvd. -- -- Rockford Rockford Standard Furniture Co. 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