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T FREEPORT -- Albert F. Ham-l and regional manager of Maritz, mer of Crystal Lake, president of Inc Chicago. He is a navy vet- the Americans for Moral Decency, eran of World War II and is active PAGE 6 will present slides and a lecturelin church, civic and fraternal[ at the morning session only of the] activities : 75 At McHenrv splrntual development workshop to He will discuss the nature ex-r be offered at the convention of[tent and workable solution ot the l Rockford Diocesan Council of problem of objectionable litera- l Deanery Meet Catholic Women ture. ~1 Americans for Moral Decency [-~-',~r DJ:~f'~rf Iwas founded by Mr. Hammer for n u,~u= r~,ff t the express purpose of combating WONDER LAKE--Seventy-five ~:~ the harmful effects and moral de- ~ . women represeuting parishes W~~~ ray caused by the mcreasmg men- ~~~ lace of salacious and indecent throughout the McHenry deanery ~~~ Iliterature. attended the fourth quarterly open ~~~ I~ deanery meeting of the DCCW held last week at Christ the King St. Mary Society parish IBeains Season Thehost pastor, the Rev. James llmi~~~i~ I--~' Vanderpool, who spoke on "Chris- ~i~[~ t AURORA -- Mrs. Earl Retterer, tian Family Living,' introduced ~~~iml[[ I president, introduced the new of- the Very Re~. Burwell E. Bed- ~i~ iricers of the Altar and Rosary does, V.F newly appointed mod-i ~~ii~JmJl I society of St. Mary church at the erator of the McHenry deanery lll[lU [first meeting of the season. They council. Father Beddoes, pastor THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1961 NERINX, Ky (NC)--The 1,100- member Congregation of the Sis- ters of Loretto at the Foot of the Cross, founded in a primitive log cabiw in the Kentucky wilds, in- augurated its sesquicentennial year here Oct. 2. Archbishop John A. Floersh of Louisville offered a Solemn Pon- tificial Mass of thanksgiving in the Chapel of the Seven Dolors at the Loretto motherhouse Anniversary April 25 The actual anniversary of the sisterhood's founding is April 25, but Oct 2 is the 200th anniversary of the birth of the Rev. Charles Nerinckx, founder of the commu- nity. The congregation was establish- ed in 1812 when a group of young women who had been teaching the children of settlers in a log cabin on Hardin Creek in Marion coun- ty, Ky requested the local mis- sionary, Father Nerinckx, to guide i Maryland to join her hmily onlLoretto conduct more than 100 the frontier Associated with her[schools in 11 states, plus a for- were Christina Stuart, Ann and l eign mission in La Paz, Bolivia, Sarah Havern, and'Nellie Morgan. lThe schools include two senior A short time later the leader's colleges, a junior college, 21 high younger sister, Ann~ Rhodes, join. l schools, 80 elementary 'schools, a ed the group and at the age of 21 pre-kindergarten and a school for became the congregation's first handicai6ped children superior t In the Rockford diocese the Sis- he e r ters of Loretto staff St Mary and T a ly years weie spent un-I der primitive couditions.-Sisters[St. Peter schools in Rockford; and u it liv " - St Andrew school in Rock Falls; p p s ed m log cabins. A plank nailed to a tree stump and St. Mary school and New- served as a table A classroom by man Central Catholic high school day became a dormitory by night lin Sterling. as straw pallets were spread on[ the floor. ~ -- -- ,= Westward Movement =StartBridge Within 12 years the number of! Sisters had increased sufficiently ~)/~| Ir~/~ D/~k;r~ to enable the congregation to send "l~ ~=r a m ~ m "l~=w)~m m m teachers to other community set- AURORA Plans for a bridge tlements and into southeastern -- . " marathon for the benefit of Holy Missouri As the nation expanded Angels parish building fund were the Sisters of Loretto joined in .~ . the westward movement They completeo at a recent meeting a~ are: Mrs. Theodore Sharpenter, of St. Thomas the Apostle church PLAN PANCAKE BREAKFAST--How to serve a pancake breakfast to hundreds af parishioners them in the formation of a reli- traveled by steamboat arid wagon the home of Mrs. F Gordon Mr- Williams Albert F. Hammer vice president; Mrs. Stanley in Crystal Lake, succeeds the and visitors is a problem occupying the women pictured above (l to r) Mrs. Richm'd Streit, Mrs" gious community, train and taught among the Osage Cherwin, secretary; arid Mrs. Rev. Harold Nilges, who is now Lestor Pherign and Mrs. Donald Mortice, general chairman. The breakfast will ~e in St. Bridget Mary Rhodes Leader Indians in Kansas (1847) and the There will be two groups, one Leader of the teachers wa~ Spanish-speaking of Santa Fe, for couples and one for women. The convention will be held Oct.[John Kroening, treasurer moderator of the Aurora deanery, parish hall, Loves Park, and will be served fro m 7 a.m. until 2 p.m. It i sponsored by the g at Aquin Central Catholic high~ Standing chairmen' are: sacris- Mrs. Albert Wipper, president, Blessed Sacrament odality. (Bill's Photo Sertice) Mary Rhodes, who had frort come N.M (1852). Play is scheduled from October ~chool. ity, Mrs. A. A. Rieser and Mrs. presided at the meeting. Roll call In 1923 the Sisters of Loretto to April with a final 'party for Mr. Hammer, the father oflWulf; hostess, Mrs. Lyman Pike: showed representatives from AI- ,~I == ~-- I itll '. . i ,omens t- crossed the Pacific and taught participants when prizes will be seven children, is vice president welfare, Mrs. C g. Coyne; and gonquin, Cary, Crystal Lake, Me- l//J n flf ShnwlNiovm Benetlts roup in Hanyang and Shanghai, China. awarded I VU iV~ ~ Vl iV W~ publicity Mrs Alfred Schmitz Hear" Richmond, S"rin" Grove n ~ l/H I . m,~u a . They were expelled by the ChineseI Committee members include Class Reunion 4 cl~a:::u~d)e ~e~e~h~iggdale W~l~do;i; ~:kg o ' Hospital Group communists in 1951-52.[Mrs. Carl Biever, Mrs. Clarence w o;t L . Peter t More Than 100 Schools [Ruddy, Mrs. George Maxon and " of Foresters courts 777 and 659. ~[[I SOUTH BELOIT -- The Altar St. Anthony hospital auxiliary are AURORA -- The 1951 class oftOctober the regular monthly and the Women's Catholic 'Order ~ [Jill I ROCKFORI) -- Members of the[ ~ -- Now 1,100 strong, the Sisters of~Mrs. Monroe Beatty. ann r~osary society ot ~t ~osepn Madonna high school will hold meeting will be on the first Thurs its tenth reunion Saturday, Oct.ldaYoth r fmeetineach moathi the~withevenineVerYto Renorts, were. ,~given by all com- ~ ~tand. Rosary. society, of St. Peter I selling tickets, at,the regular, price lPamn, year atmaUea recentPia*~Smeetingt r comlnglo~low TOT and T~N Shop 14, at the Fox Valley Country e g n. g mittee chairmen. AUROnA -- Miss Dianna aergertparlsh will have ~ts annual style[for the movie, Francis of Assz-t club Dinner will be served at[permit the working members to and Wayne O[so in St. Nich01aS[Show Wednesday, Oct 11, in thelsi,".which will open Oct 11 for ai~g omner an~ uevouons. ]ne 'The BEST ,Is None Too Good For YOUR Children" ) t:l|uft:II /-lug ~l 7:30 p.m and Wayne McQuade s lattend at least every other month. ----- . ] Miss'Jean'Po~'s and charles wanszlchurch hall on Route 2. Dessert i week's run at the State theater, l uev', ames w eoer, new. splr~t- INFANTS ' CHILDREN'S . SUB-TEENS ua~ oirector o~ me group, ~ea me orchestra will play for dancing A rummage sale scheduled for O~e~h- [~=~ l in Annunciation church Aug 19 Iwill be served and there will be Tickets for the show are availablel . . Boy=' sizes. To a .o~= /CI/~'III~ a.ola~.~aa -' ' ' I r ar " afterwards Betty Banks Colwell]Oct. 26 and 27 ~s m charge of . I .~ Miss Rosemary H)lger andAllen[door nrizes ~from Mrs Robert Starr, EX 9-[ us y, andit was announc.e~) that Marian Miller, Owner . ~ J t~ent in ~t l~iCIlOla$ cnurcn [ r : . recitation oF the rosar Willre is general chairman Mrs. Alfred Schm~tz and Mrs :P/an fnr Season Ishpt. ' ') .;, ,11673, auxiliary member. Tickets[ Y. P." PHONE 4-4816 MT. MORRIS IJnhn 14oit~ .h,* " " I Miss Carol Henle and Lon Koron.15m ~reen o~ ~tauon w~r~ wh~ : treat au meetings throughout the r Y - * " will also be sold in the paiochal I,' don in St M~chael church Sept 30 ac a commentat r and Mr ' w~ . t S O, S.' )~ . n = ~,nl~ ' A~ '~ ~ nffi"e" a-~ o-m I Miss June Kendall and Ronald D. I [schools,- I a. m ~raves II = = --. [ u~u~t.-* -- u u ~a nu ~.u "l Bombard in St Peter church Sept lMamew tlansen Wlll provlue mus- I ~, "~ ,: - ~ I Mi-- w-- ~o ~ot~ the Home ~- " ' "" f, " " "' '" '" " " -McGee Lumber ---- L [ mittee chairmen for ~c Clothes are rum Ham ton s, I ELIZAB=TH IHolfl ~otluc~ [ f ,-, i "CRYSTAL LAKE--Miss Johneenl IMrs UUrich who was one of theldent announced that the society I " J l ano ~cnooi assoczauon o our Upperman and John W. Jacobsen in]Clinton~ WiN. Mrs. Glen Patrickl ;c,~ ~ " ::f ~ ; n w.~ff~ Iwill '~nnn~nr a hnnk rule Nay 7. I ~ A nA~m- I[ ROCKFORD -- St Ann sodality[Lady of Good Counsel school met l st Thomas the Apostle church, Aug. tand Mrs Edward Curran are co ),-s v I " 'T--', T, Y=%'--, Complete Building Service . . . . la " " sho,and roceeds from the ticket t,~ov ~a anu tnat a luncheon ano J J[of St. Peter parish will have aJrecently with the principal, Slster j ELGIN--Miss Marcia KeUer and[chairmen of the benefit. " [ ,P,p - " -' ;' MT. MORRIS,PHONE 4-4716 I I potluck luncheon Friday, Oct 13 Mary Florentine O S F to dis- Robert W. Mullen in St. Mary - sales wnt De used to ~mprove the st.yie.snow will De nero .uec. Z " '1 . ' ' . cnurch Sept. 2. ~ coffee shop at tne ~vergreens restaurant [ .~ I[atl p m. ln.~he school hall Each cuss plans for the forthcoming Mss Violet Ashby and Joseph W --- --. ] ,~ " x ~ - ' t,~ :f etxh~ 7~ers and d i pr:~ mC n~i(~:: theth~l: ,a nd a I II " . . . " I r pa . l MCHENRY M, - a " 1 . -- ,Ifrom the area to a private show-lrection of Father Weber and the I Ilnew assls~ant at bt. refer, Wllll . -- 'ss JO n eKe analRosaP, porter, ol St Ma,', -arisn, ",' I au,c~-~ont~a,-~,m ,u a= II v,~. ~ : I umcers zor the 1961-62 scnool I Thomas Keenan in St; Mary church I J' " .7 ~. : ~ ;~ r . ling of the movie ] text for the year will be "Modern ~pva~ n~v rugulai" wummu,ioll Sept 16 . ' Will nave its IlrSt iau event - .' l Sales and Serrate ear are Mrs James Sellen J IiSnnday of members will be Oct [Y,: ', ' Mi'ss Margaret Ann Freund and lwednesda, Oct 18 at8" m in Few figures m history have hadlMoral Problems" by Msgr. Con- k~ relief. ~ I Phone 4] R 6 I],-,-, '/presioent' Mrs Wiuiam WilKen-IMarvin Rooney in St Mary church I :, v: :,l such a nrofound influence on the way SORE GUM == ' Se t 23 ' - - r --. I p the parish hall, a comnlnect style . I-- n~.~mUl~W'R[~ LOTION * rag, vice piesldent, Mrs. John E. MORRISON--Miss Margaret Ag- . ~ ~ h Ol~)hes will lmmds and hearts of men as St. ll J - ~lHarker secretary" and Raymondl n2s Hermes and G earold A Stees in I SflOW ann caru par~s IFrancis of Assisi and the story of I1 ~ ~ ~ -- ' ' ~ ~vlary pansn ~ept 2 "" C & ' '~ Tel) K i e i r be from Carson, P~ne, S ott ] I g~, ' I arthe ser, tr asu'e ] POLO--Miss Joyce Clark and 3ohn[ [hs life makes an unusual h m de-I1 ~Fom,v ' 'l Long in St Mary church Sept Co West " lnjoymentt J ~~ete Banking Service Jl Members of the committee are:io ] ' ' ~signed to entertain all the family. ~ Ted Sharpente J ]lq[ - JlMrs. Frank Scarpino, member-J-'ROCK FALLS--Miss Karen Barn-[ Mrs. Raymond Weeks and Mrs. i~ ' J1 ~ THURS. 1 l~ll~~r t ~ ~l Y=~r '" l l hart and James Kulas in St. Andrew Robert Slatterv are co-chairmen r~=) M. Distributor I |~I Ilship; Mrs. Free retit, eaucation-[church, Sept. 30. I " ' ~ 1- ~ ~ ' .~ ~ I |rill I Jal tour~" Mr r'~rl ~eabe [ ROCKFORD--Miss Patricia A. land assisting them are Mmes.]=~i"t,~rr nn Ji Illl~rV 'l'U .Dial TW 2-6419 or $W 7-5744 I l[k][ l[ s' e"l Bargren and Y'Ote Henry Preste- [u^ u ur u:- Ur;ll: -- ~ rk^ ' II ~ WKtA'/I[ -~-~[U~J.l~ dlllIl~ 1 trill J[ DD ~ I I Ir/]i Jlgram; Mrs. J. Robert Murphy, lgaard in St. Edward church, Sept ' ROCKF'"D . I i~,AURORA, ILLINOIS I |1"4' I lNI; IHI1ARI;;TIN ~,TATI;;=,=a=n, ua,u~RANM Ilf ~;~ a; ; u [30. [Robert Schau,Amy Parochka utt -- ~s. refer andji ~ ehanneI I '"" ""'"'"" allUl l~Ulll lllUVl~ lv t~[ W D LeeJ I1 ~ t el Y ~;;,ON ER LAKE---Miss Donna ~ Pa 1 H " " Fred Hu hes Morman Sheehe u ome and School assoclat~on - IIRavmond Mittman" Mrs VernonlCaley and Russell E. Carr in Christ, g I= --| ~ff[ ~ |I " ' .~,[the King church Sept 16i i " M Gr WlU nave its ilrst meeting ot the' l "" lvi -." . . Zeno Gaspar nl, Edward c ath, or n I ~l,l~[~'~ : r II arks, ~:V. James ~auer, plansI CHICAGO --- MISS Virginia Mlkoll new seas-- O,~t 1 ~* ~.~n .~, " . I ~"J~~ I/and "roblems" Leon Lowe safet-'and William Etch of Stockton in st.[James bawler, wntreo l-'neian ~, ,1 D|str|hufine, I ILIILIg~ I/ Y ' ' .YIMary of the Woods church, Aug. 26.[o,vI ~o'th Fitz~ern,~ and tho at the school. Officers who will]l . ~ ~ I [and health; Jerome Shoemaker[ DUBUQUE--Miss Joyce Baum-" ~, "~ :" ao~um"th^i "~"i M-- 1 ~YJ~I~|,| I)]'~ h/ I ~ c~,zuoem, ,),no)= It n~iahhn, h -~A ,~,A unn;.~,~lhover and Gerald Kirchberg of East/Misses Bess Kennedy and Cath- ~ ~ ~ t .~w uut ~ a~: ~* t~. ]l ~.~ ~ Did WO 3-5409 I "--" II 8 'a"'I Dubuque in HolyTrinity church,/^.; ~l~ ~.~l-- Frank Linsky,president" Mrs t1 "--"-'--1~ ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS Schmltz CIVIC arid communlt Sept 23 /~a~ ~n~nua~c 1 I" "', "" "Y'] " " ' John Ferry, treasurer; and Mrs: 1 1 1 1 Be certain that Masses will be said "for you immediately after death! A S.V.D. MASS DEPOSIT of $50.00 or more moiled to us now assure you Masses will be said for you immediately after death No long delay due to court orprobates, or forgetfulness of friends. We w;ll mail you a Certificate for Masses, to be placed among your official papers for you Executor to read and mail to us. --=' TEAR OFF- MAIL TO --" ~ "-- where it actually happened! REV. FATHER RALPH, S.V.D 316 N. Michigan, Chicago 1~, Iltinois I II I]RADFORD DOLORES STEWART i:~i:i:~:~:;:~:~i::i~%::~:%~:i:~:ii!i!i~!~:~ 1 I1 k~ find $ for $.V.D. MASS DEPO,S4T. Send me the Moss Certificate. DILLMAN. HART.WHITMAN iiiiiiiiiiiii'!iliJ~i ii ii iII 1 I ~o.o~. .~ 11 i PURE PORK