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News Section--Page 4A THE OBSERVER EDITION OF OUR SUNDAY VISITOR Sunday, September 10, 1950 m St. Anne's society of Sacred Heart church, Aurora, will hold the fall card party Thursday, Oct. 12, in Simard hall. Mrs. Dale Wash- burn is chairman, and Mrs. Sam Werner, co-chairman. Members of Holy Cross Altar and Rosary society, Batavia, are preparing for a Christmas bazaar . to be held Thursday, Nov. 30, in the parish hall. Plans were com- pleted at a recent meeting in the home of Mrs. Earle Horton, gen- eral chairman. Many useful, unusual and artis- tic handmade articles, children's came Monuments MONUMENTS AND MARKERS REASONABLE PRICES AND BES1 OF QUALITY A. C. Doone Monument Works Phone 198--172 PHONE 59 DAY OR NIGHT KEBIL FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE Automobiles BUICK, PONTIAC, GMC TRUCKS Sycamqre's Most Up to Date Lubricating Dept.~Day and Night Service Latest Modern Equipment. Body and Motor Works~"Standard Oil" Product, FARGO GARAGE ' clothing and toys, homemade l~ickles and jellies will be offered for sale. Luncheon will be served at noon under the direction of Mrs. Max Striedl, Mrs. Wendell E. Pitz, Jr., and Mrs. Andrew Connolly. Mrs. Joseph Diehl and her com- mittee will serve tea in the after- noon. Mrs. Ruby Lindmier, and Mrs. Bernard Jungels are in charge of the evening card party. Mrs. Homer Renaud will ~ake care of decorations, and Miss Eileen Murray, candy. Chairmen who have been work- ing with their committees since last winter on the various projects for the bazaar are: Mrs. Lloyd Kautz, dolls; Mrs. Bernard Pitz gifts; Mrs. Mayme Theis, food; Mrs. George Kunstman, sewing; Mrs. Earle Horton, rugs. At Maytown, ladies appointed to clean the churches for the month of September are: At St. Patrick-- Mrs. Leo Goy, Mrs. Harvey Ham- link, Mrs. John McCoy and Miss Agnes McFadden. At St. Mary-- Mrs. Roland Stenzel and Mrs. Jerome McLaughlin. Three 1950 graduates of Com- munity high school, Sterling, left on the first of September for Rock Island where they entered nurses training. Miss Marjorie Moncelle and Miss Pat Mooney of Sterling, and Miss Frances Henry of Har- mon will be students in the nurses training school of St. Anthony's hospital, Rock Island. TheRev. Leo Ambre, assistant pastor at St. Mary's church, Ster- ling, and the Rev. Burwell E. Beddoes, pastor of St. Mary's par- ish, Morrison, are members of the Whiteside sponsoring committee of CROP organization for 1950. Whiteside county won national recognition in the 1949 CROP pro- m CHURCHES ARE YOU PLANNING BAZAARS, FALL FESTIVALS, ETC. Is Your Club or Society Interested In Raising Funds? Let Us Help You HAVE A BEAUTIFUL SELECTION OF CHARACTER DOLLS, gram by making the largest con- tribution of any county, not only in Illinois, but nationally. Besides other food supplies, the county has a 1950 goal of 12,000 bushels of corn for overseas relief to hungry people in Southern Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Sister Mary Anna Rita, super- visor of the pediatrics department and Mrs. Anne Etteldorf, director of nursing service, at St. Joseph's hospital, Elgin, met with members of the Elgin Red Cross and repre- sentatives of Sherman hospital to ;make plans for community health ~ problems that may arise. The class of 1935 of Madonna high school, Aurora, held the annual reunion Thursday, Sept. 7, in Geneva, Ill. Mrs. Francis E. Rudigier was in charge of arrange- merits, assisted by Mrs. Robert Bishop and Mrs. Emery Hofner. Hugh C. Kleckner, a member of Our Lady of Good Counsel parish at Aurora, was recently appointed by County Judge Olney C. Allen and Circuit Judge Charles A. O'Connor to the board of trustees for the Fox River Valley Pleasure Driveway of the park district. Judge Allen stated that Mr. Kleck- nor was appointed because of his sound business judgement, his past and present record of service to the community, blr. Kleckner is a member of the firm of R. M. Eberly companyat Aurora for the past 26 years. He is a member of a well-known family in Freeport, Ill. Diocesan Nursing Schools Open Schools of nursing conducted at ~t. Anthony's hospital, Rockford; St. Charles hospital, Aurora; St. Joseph Mercy hospital, Aurora; St. Joseph's hospital, Elgin; and St. Francis hospital, Freeport, are be- ginning the new school term. At Freeport, students in St. Francis Hospital School of Nurs- ing registered on Monday and be- gan classes Tuesday morning, Sept. ~ At Rockford, St. Anthony's Hos- pital School of Nursing opens Sept. i2. Tri-City CYS Holds Picnic St. Charles--The Tri-City CYS St. Mary's School, St. Thomas School, Sublette, Opens Sept. 6; Crystal Lake, Opens Faculty Is Named With 200 Registered Sublette--St. Mary's parochial school in Sublette opened Sept. 6. The Rev. Edward J. Lehman, pas- tor, offered Mass at 8 o'clock in honor of the Holy Ghost for the children and their parents. Sisters who will teach this year are: Sister M. Ethelbert, superior, 6th, 7th and 8th grades: Sister M. Ronan, 3rd, 4th and 5th; Sister M. Tills, 1st and 2nd; Sister M. Pascal, music. Sister M. Wigberta is the cook. Children entering first grade are: Rita Burkart, Norma Jean Bul- fer, I~ynette Lauer, Judith Henkel, Paula Schuler and Celeste Helbig. The Rev. D. A. Murphy, pastor of St. Flannen's parish, Harmon, has purchased a new bus to carry students to Community high school in Sterling. Classes at Community resumed on Wednesday morning, Sept. 6. Crystal Lake-St. Thomas school at Crystal Lake opened recently with the registration of 200 chil ro dren. The sisters of St. Domin|e who conduct the school under the direction of the Rev. E. A. Me-1 Cormick, pastor, have arranged five classrooms. The grades are divided into rooms; first and sec- ond, second and third, third and fourth, fifth and sixth, seventh and eighth. During the summer months, the school building was redecorated and prepared for the 1950-51 term. Besides the five classrooms in the school, the children have the ad- vantage of a special roon~ for mu- sic. Six sisters are on the faculty. At the bazaar held recently for the benefit of the parish, more than $6,000 was realized to assist in the maintenance of the church and school. [ a in EVERYTHING for the MOTORIST Phones: 2577--2578--1540 FUNERAL SERVICE CO. 51-59 Center Street Elgin I , SHURTLEFF CO. Lumber & Cool MARENGO ELGIN MAPLE PARK BARRINGTON HARI'LAND .-- CAPENIERSVILLE SHURTLEEF SERVICE SA[ISFIES Drugs THIEL'S DRUG STORE c. J I"HJEL R.PH. "The Prescription Store" 161 Dundee Avenu~ RAINBO BREAD CO. PLUSH ANIMALS AND PLUSH DOLLS FOR SALE of St. Charles, Geneva and Batavia, Call or Write for Full Information held a picnic at the end of the ,~1~ R I V I A N S" "i. ~. mer season. Preceding the rain, a J l _ . Ij~ll~ ~IB~ i I I I ALC ball game was begun between CYSll I'IM Hllll"i Ilih,. III VAN'S DRUG STORE I MrR M ~ Prnn members at Baker's field. When the I tl li1111 IE :i UIlII I I ......... " ..... I 123 W EXCHANGE" ......... ' rww weather necessitated adjournment,]l rL " tB C. L VAN RED AUE. R.PH. I pua~c ..... ~ ..... ~ ............... the party reassembled for a water- I I~,^^^ ~J~ m^t~.-~- IJ| .................... I ................ ,or, melon feast in the church hall atJl ._ Iv.~vv.._ ~ r .n~i* Ill 14 DOUGI~_SAY_IL,_EI.c~IN, II.L I St. Patrick's parish. 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