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t ) ! PAGE 6 " THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 19-61 ~.:: ' Autumn Glow KrisKrmn, l A Title of Style i ) i! Show, tun h Tour Novel FallBenefit Patrick Home and School associa- [~~ [ tion are busy with plans for a t~~~ [ DE KALB--The Christmas sale ]gala fall benefit, "Autumn Glow," l~~ of St. Mary hospital auxiliary will a luncheon and fashion show in be in e th form of a Krm Krmfle the church hall Tuesday, Oct. 24,] f~i~ Creations Tour" this year. The ' [at 1 p.m. Tickets are $1.50 and ~~~~ Nov: 4 tout" from 10 a m. to 5l reservations must be made as ~~ p m will be in at the" has ital g P no hckets will be sold at the ~ii! ~where nativity groupings and re- ]door. I ~i! I ligious articles will be on sale. I / Mrs. Leo G. Meinert and Collist [ Comet and Cupid's Stitchery[ ]Hennelly are co-chairmen, and (needle and thread) will be at the [Mmes. Byron Hogan and Henry] I home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ]Brache are in charge of food. Katz 231 Windsor Drive PrancerI ]The decoration ,committee !n-] :iili ~!:i:::::: ::~i:iii~i~:~i::::i:il and Vixen's Confectionery (bakery ]eludes Mmes. Amert LanunsKi, .:i~:~:~ ~ i: :::~:~,~!~:i:~::~:i:~:~ I goods) will be the Adrian Jacob-[ KRIS KRINGLE CHAIRMEN--Mrs. Ollie Carpenter and Mrs. ]chairman, and Joe Irvin, JoeI PLAN AUTUMN GLOW PARTY--Among the committee members [sons' home, 130 Thornbrook" Blitz- Richard Fitzgerald are co-eh~iirmen of the Kris Kringle Creations I Ca.cci, Mark Conboy and Kenneth[ who are working on the net. 24 card party and stye show for St. ]en's Originals (Yule decorations)l Tour to .be held Nov. 4 from.10 a.m: u.nt!l 5 p.m The unusual.tour [Gelrsh. Parick, Rockford, Home and School association are: front row will be at the Kenneth Snyder will begm at St. Mary nospnmt ann memue vmRs m rive private [ Clothes are from Carson Pirie I (left to right) Mrs. Byron Hogan and Mrs. Leo Meinert; back ]home 818 Darken Lane" Donner's] homes. The benefit is sponsored by St. Mary hospital auxiliary, tScott, and modeling them will beI row (left to right) Mrs. Albert Labunski and Mrs. Collis Hennelly. [Studio (pictures ceramics gifts f DeKalb. /Mines. Roger Costello, Myron I cards) at the John Careys' home, I ]Smith, Joseph Lake John Holms-[Home Sweet Home IWoodland Drive" and the final/Charter Class IAlumnae Plan WORK ON BENEFIT PARTY--St Anne society of St Nicholas parish Aurora, is sponsoring a fall [.a.d an,hen piz~;tulski M lvin~ ' m , ~ r ~ ~ -~,~,stop, Dasher and Dancer's Tea-~ card party called a IV Special Tuesday, Nov. 7 m the church hall. The committee shown above ]Anderson, John C Sadewatet Jo / I ] I . ", - room (refreshments, table deeora- met recently at the home of Mrs. Robert E. Forsell to make plans. They are (front row, 1 to r) [seph Sproch and R J Nardelli /~ml -- u. ill ~' II ~llPll I I C' I -- [.i ) I Beglns Practical. I Day of Prayer Mrs Forsell, ehairman;Mrs RalphWeiten, president andMrs Richard Hess co-chairman (back I " " " Ik arl I ,DII ,DIIII ,DO I.OrlO i!ons ,wt oe al: lvlrs, rlarrlet] I " - :: * "" ' " n': Mr Alvin Thomas ~~ ] ~l ~wrignt s name 224 N First St ]l~JHlff lrllt"! %rh~l [ ST CHARLES -- Saturday Oct row, l to r) Mrs Louis Popp, vice president; Mrs. ~on lwiner, secretary; a u s,l l l i-e .mAr . .~ . . " ~ .11' ! ]/]S~[O|[|~ [~llVVI " ' ; ./1 ll ~ S I I lvlaps aria ttcKe~s ~l Wttl oel 128 the Alumnae association oi treasurer (Beacon Ne~s PhotO)~n I ma 11- i 1 Ne r~ ~f - ~ -,~ews rl ~ ~ [ ra o la r m rat By Nellie Hughes ke a "st'ng, .Hal ywood, audlavailable at the hospital the day[ AURORA -- The first school of[Mi. St. Mary academy is sponsor- . -- . a ' I } Seems to me Hollywood has send copies to the appropriate[of the tour. Im~ o~ ~,r o~ ;. ,o we ~, ling a day of recollection at the Plan Card Pail I I become like the man who shakest ' ' " ~ i " ' y M r AI mnae Meehn Of edmme bottle and takes Who &rected tt (ffttsaturkey ier valley opened at St Joseph b h v hn ~t. Joseph places ME all I care about ~s Mount Servmeswtllbeconducted e c U g up the m '" t ! [ . " . y teRe Jo Gaines, O.P o n m ~ s Ill avozd HIS efforts m future) Mercy hospttal early th~s month the Dommman House of S udies At St. Bernadette ,-. ~ el/ ithree times the preset'bed do el' " " ,lll[i tlili . " " '[ "" t " , ' l l $o = ll IIm- " %,~lVllk,~'*mm~ %,~UI 11~4n --I iI ia~l --u"" "- *h~vr'~- y that t'f a little who plays the leading roles, andllll[ ~Q /,llll The chmter" class of 20 was se-[Rwer' Forest, Father Games" ~s' ~iu ~lk -LA, IIim,~.*, t ==~,~ i [is "ood for ,as a lot is even what book the opus is based on well known as a s eaker and has ROCKFORD -- The Laoies o~ r'll.n|lli- "~lill[dlllF liVidlY rllllll[,allli.a ' " ' 'Th " "llll~l/!/.~JJ:.~. ~ [if] leered from 38 appheants to par-] P . il lVlll~l~l I~Fl~Fl~ke~l Illlllllldll ImqkF vsmv i 'better at last ts ~mportant. It's al-I ' - given many retreats in this area St. Bernadette par,sh will have I ~ ROCKFORD--The first meeting iwa ~llll '~ve"'*"~9~:' ![][ sue a year's study and chmcal[ I Ma be len th is" stten" th in the ~ y~ u. ~o ~ w ~ ~ ~.~ The flay will open Tim lviass at 10 their annual fall card party Thurs- ! A.~A A r~cord number of Rcxiew of Nursin~ at St Josenh[ f the newly rganlzed Cwm guild', Y~ ,g - .g,iHollvwood hath wrought ]11[ " i[[[ experience in preparatio~r for state! ~ 0, ~.~0 wJ~t,J ~ -- ~ ~ ~ t" / ~te fl~,~ g%,/-h.l;.~ ~17 'o 1n.~,- ,~ [ hnv-n~-t{oo out the movie moPuts I - o " ] lit HI F a.z**, a**u ~*uc<; wtt** u~.~ux~.~zuza day, ,Oct. 26, .at 8 p.m m :he graduates' o! the St. Joseph Met: Mercy Hospital 1922-1961, mlwill"~ ~'~;:'Oct~2~,~a~tl[i'os~o ~ellie when they star ed] Are We Decadent ]~ hcensme~. [at4 p.m SChOOl gymnasium. MrS. Leo lyrE- ; cy. SchOOl o] l~urslng gamerea at ~ wmcn stuflent. ualtorms at me past o m at the home of Mrs F J I e,avlnAinaw n~t tho~ thr~. and four- I *cC.oD'~' h.~.~.a m ;~" juo~""~ uuv mut'v way'" / .AURORA --o ~MiSSDuckett~ar l Proper-n Holy ' ;~tster Mary AssumpLa, l~.b,iVl i[ w offiop ~ o the a~noiatlnn ' i - P rock and Ge r e t I . . . , the nospttat tecentty to honor the were teatmeo " ' " " i ra r of St Jo e h Mer Dermatd ts chat'man and cam- ' ' Oberlander A -ast ,~resident of hour producUons I lustplato we're becomin~ like the ancient Ange~s church ~Oct. ~4. admm st to . s p - are. Camille Spong preszdent, ' ~ ' ' " 'lleiilr~ :~ii!i i?::nht!ii Mien !::o v v ~, d:rh:rddS 7:eMH::vJ.Ctj?e ~ht e ! ~af:.yStEdg:~C: tR.sf.~tusesI ~ ,g : ~he:nle:gfi:e ~[~'SfoOb;:~atdtr h:s c~a:: s:~:tllslp:hctt ltng~::e~aXlty. ~;;a~en:n cRt~::: m:h:hin~ll:du ~.cMG~?d.fMrayy,K S~yP~rndga~d cJhamce~ :tYutl2:~:i~:~ing:l;~n~;dr ~: ecn:; Jra:ml,RUdv ~Sepret;denR:SeR::Y r a ,~m " :' The Rev Joseph Loncrgan " -] a.~ ~ o ~ ~ ~ ~ [rows is so skimpy that the aim-I,ranes and em,~t-ina ,~oblets [ M ss lean A bright and James [mary Heisten and Sharon Tuyt- i m ouyu ~u cc, ~u,~tu ~.oy, .c,- ~ n~ ; ~ ~e ~,'~,h ~ f sary of her life as a Sister of su--. ~ o. as ~uz~.u~a. u. o~ " . . ~ .~ n ] - [~ v v : ~ e, ' - /Tannenbaum in Sacred Heart son in me nospltat auflttOrlum [~ohavor~ onrrp~n~ndina ~er~far jamin Yastrab and William C. ~-ov, o,o~v- -~ :~:, ,-]M~t l~st ~,-ust In ~ tribut'~ t~lPeter parish will be chairman of]P~e re-crossing oz nu ueu ,=so] Make these movies any longer j church, Oct. 14 e;o,~. ~ ~o~,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n; ].~''. ~.'7"%F~':'''' ~ Dutmer. ~erco a!~ evemn.g .~tass ot m.anr~s- ? ~ ~ ~ j ~ . ~, ," = ::lthe guild for the coming season ]becomes a major fete of gym-:(a distinct possibility jud~in~ b-I Miss. Jean Vrances DeKing and '~'~" ~"7"" :, :"[mS; irene tma~ls, treasurer; ann I g~vmg m the chapel ~mmemately tins coheres guest, lurs. rawmw~c "-inastics I the current trend i an'el ~eate~~lRh nrac~ o~ri~y in st. Joseph rect6r o~ nursing service at me lviary Anne McumtOCK, secretary, [lllllllllllllllllllli -recedina dinner presented the Alumnae Golden The suoject tot" a~scussmu at o "s ',' ' L ~ :. ^~^ ^ .~; ~ ,t --~ m --. * B-le m, ~' ' ~ -, l Jubilee ~ift to the Sisters of Mer- Monday's meeting will be "Aid Sunerea lnroogn [will have to install chaise lounges. [.M~s Ver/yn Deananod Andrew EC nu~pl~a, ,~ a~u ."'~.!1 ~. ~ne program openeu wm~ a' ~' D In the ast ea~ I have ~ c 7 McAuley Mezcy school of p~actmal asoarlnl ". ' . .~ . :cy at the local hospital. The gift lto ependent Children." The guild] p y,Then look where we'll be. Just o~[:'"?. ~. [I, 1- ~igreetmg ~y ~mmnae p~esloent, lgiven in the name of Sister Mary[will meet five times a year inlsquirmed, fidgeted and sighed my r, like the Romans. Dou't say we[c M~SinMzargnar~[ A~eadJsandh:r:hd. nursing. !l /r0xel I~0ws l I MI S Antflon r'awLowIc Nil S I, Y o ] w thtou h three of these new d[ oct 2 Members of thts ear s class & Olnven,( . ;. ~ .s~ Eth, enc was a set of gold vest- homes of members and any wom-I ay " g ' I "du't warn you Hollywood. i " ~. ~ ' " Y ' ' i[ mm~r~ ,r~r i l='fllnl KarttlclseFHICIHUeF O] ' . lz,/~tbI LeUI~IUI,~UI~ --- MISS ~usan ' ,P L ments tm the hosnital chm~el [an who ts a member of the lecture I super-length Hollywood colossals [ : are' Lmda Fl ulaud Corn Becket' [I II,|~! I 1 I ! I I I,~ I ' " f " "n dv' r v v o .- ~y us a ~ as D. ,- ~.a~, " ' ' m FUNERAL HOME the ~chool o ~tus] g a iso y Mar ch ch ct 7 [ i o S-eeial Guests Its invited to loin the auild Reser-[--Ben Hur Exodus and Sparta-[~-- [ n St y u" . oGwendolyn Glarer Ruthann Horn li U[Lltt:LllLIL "~committee acted as mistress oil ," . J ~ : ' ' I,ELGIN--Miss Luisa Marinelli and . ' ' cus and fullcolo~ and popcorn Jose hme Guzman Susan Tra . "' "~ iSpecial guests representatives[,atmns may be made with Mrs,]," ' Celebrate Annmversarv Eu*ene .eine in St. Mary P,11 lwo ~;ha els cetemonles ~ne lntrootlcea the ~ - u church Oct 7 P ~ .-'~ - iof groups affiliated with the lms-IOberlander or Mrs Corcoran. Ibreaks didn't make them any~ HAR~'ARb ~I - F, anc man, Vivian LeVee, Margaretjl class ot l.~tOl aria recognition was} . . ' DIXON--Mr and Mrs Laurence -- ~ss vs uses- rlia/ ~^ne~ a,~'~'~ i n,~,~ ,~o ,~ f ,o~ ~ p~tat attended th~s year's home- The Civic vuild is one of foul ,shorter. Not oue b~t. - " [auf and Russe Mansfield in St Kenny Catherme Dozark, An- I d "1 ) 4 I mn --~i silver anniversary class this yeai~!c mm,g since It ,~:as the tourth.m Inew guilds fo~ med by the league [ Also, the rambow hues offlech- cMeie a/:l:[,t tei}g i : is. Caroly, n t, ~n~tat:a ~i~s' JpUdi~hci: Dhn~a nn' I m 707 Marchesano ~! Present Program ]~ol~e~e]u~tle:Vo~ni~en~:~;::g me/to take .[hew.fllace among [:~oe~O:c~::re pttrtiCon:m~ m~y :unfe[alt open house Sunday, Oct. 22,/~tM}'~Th~ !:'~C~ce/4~:te:~ Verla Brent Ruth Warberg Mar-if - omer gultoS' t:nartty r,ucnar)suc 2 -- Y ' " " ' Rockford ) flom to 4 m at the Henr A ht -- I A small ~erse speaking choir) The homecoming committee in I.-"-- "'- - m-'lferin- ashram- ran~ed withl P. Yland Daniel L. Adams tn St Mary tha Connelly Patrmza tc son,/] ~,m ~i~res^nted "Mirror of Merc" A ~' "loumor anu xoung lviatrons, incl s .s, ~, ISchumachers' home 310 Lincoln/church, Oct, 7. ' Nane, El, 'Louise Hollenbeck [I 115 North Church a|n|mmllmmmlllllllll~ v ~ y--]cluoeo: ~vws. r~ennem wrote, lvtrs, other new vuilds are Fine Arts ume, ~rom rea, else ano purpte, ur r~ ,v~ ~ :l [ Miss Maryann Granger and ~. s, . ' m p t : ~ :l -.~ a~ c, ~ ~ I ~ ' I -' ~ "ellow t " Y' ~,L,u ~,~,a.~y~ were |James Huemann in St.Patrick and Florence KozaK. ~m.~rme vve.a.u, m~. ~c~,~u Newcomers and Social Service IH]rOUgll mauve, ~een a.u y " married Oct 26 1911 in St p,+ /church Oct 7 ] . 1~ I Bohr Mtss Mar[arm McCrea, Miss ]Hurt, too ] / M ss Joyce S Eekstein and ,i ~m F~ ~ Vm~ .~ ' ^ . ~ .~ [-- " irmK church rtocneue ano nave]Dane L Adams in St. Mary r~mme unaK aria IVllSS Iviary, i L n m 1 ~ U/41D ~, . ' " ~1"~: f' ." I Accent One g [lived in Dixon the past 40 years [chi~l~h' iOsCtN7"` L, llnton i ~ 1 1 Jill ~IVIISS Marsnann Do- . ~ nner ~.ommHI~5 " nt on len th~ Pa, t of th,s acce g ~ /m~ck and Stanley W. Stralow in f' m,4 Wo,ho, m,o, o I' w St Mary church Oct 7 ~vm~ ~l.~lm~ll I~k~e II I~/~u~ll~l~ ~ F F ~ I[1 N lJ I~ .~--r-----[ PECATONICA--Commtttees for llS undoubtedly a new Holly oodI ] z ,:o Ithe annual turkey or ham dmner[status symbol -- hke the thou- ! Retreat tar lrls ,Balk and Thomas. D= McFadden m .1~ . Lm .J I xUa such e ics em ' st Anorew church uct 14 THE MONEY YOU II1:: UIS~m'KVI:K roct 22 at St. Mary church are: tsandsof .e .s,p,"[ ] ROCK FALLS--~Iiss lqancy Covel rmre nazums e ~. ,~ To =.t. ~ kitchen Mmes. John Sughroue [p~oy. ~at'~ o~ it also seems hue[CARPENTERSVILLE -- Mem-[and Allen L. Harden in St. Andrew ~/'~Vl~ O1[ /no I ~lrl ' ' ' " r church Oct 8 OFTHE MONTH DIAMONDS-WATCHES ~ier ~ A:;hme, ~IdA:t~:YmKa:stY-!l:gH::l~aa::d: phu~itc. f scratch ~,st.Of~h:icLaitfl:rFlOWell s~d:~,ty yarROCK~h:RhDcha~cdtSi:~SoSba:atnr,~. More overheated furnaces mult,ply the chances EARNS FROM THE 1st SILVER-CHINA-CRYSTAL berlich and Lois Murray; host,] Once upon a time, actors, ac-~Halloween party Oct. 20 following] ~iss Judith'L. Conboy and Carl for fire. The safest place for your important papers Thomas Ancona' hostess Mrs.]tresses director and technical i their regular meeting. Sunday Ul~ Rossate in St. Peter church Oct. . ,- r ~oavmgs insurea To ,~mu,uuu sta lih d 1 ' ' ' ' : " - --winter ana summer -- IS ir'l a oox i1"1 our ~tare E b s e 896 Ralph Bourn, prestdent of St.]heads had their listing--briefly, i Oct. 22, the Sodahty ts mwtmg[ Miss Gloria Carroll and Dr. Keats- Dy reaeral oav ngs ana t,s Nasvyt~s m St Edward church 0 , ~ Mary guild' tickets Donald Mark- IBut not now In the New-Era-of- ]all the girls in sixth seventh and}~ - " ' ' ' Deposit Box It s convenient, too Rental averages Loan-,ns~.orp BOLENDER $ '" " ' 7. ham and Richard Clark" booths I,~, ~ ee~ Len,~,th Productions, tetghth grades to an afternoon of l sT CHARLES--Miss Helga Hinz- OAI W,thdrawals Paid Mme Howard Be er and Flo d mann and Manfred Knuflnke m St only a few dollars a year 330 West State S. Y Y the third-assistant cameraman, }recollection from 3 until 5 p.m. ]pa]~irick church Sept. 23. " Promptly Hilton' and carrvouts Mrs Flovd ^ f ~. -; ;.~ -~ -~ ~,~ Iin the north hall The Rev Cletus "as Patricia A. Burton and " - Rockford, has - 1 ' ' * d I~[le ~UUI'~I~ V~[~"~ ~J[~O[l~[ll~ IJl" O[~/~'" . "11 "/ . 1~ ~Maurice L Regale Jr in St Pat- *Face to Face Teller Service. Anaerson. cial effects, and the assistant-as- ,anger wm giveme talks. 'rick e. eh, : ='OCT ~nATn~NAL BANK Open 8 a.m. Daily Dinner'will be served from 11:30 sistant hair stylist has his wide- mmm~ m~m mv Open Mon. & Fri. Till 9 p.m. Postage Paid Both Ways. 114 NORTH CHURCH STREET -- ROCKFORD -- we 8-2477 Servmng All Parmshes Driver-Salesmen Deliver Doiryland's ~N~ Finest Grade A Milk and Buttermilk ~ in your parish. Safeguarded by ~.' ~.' ~I Modern Sanitary Equipment ~ KISHWA LIK DAIRY H. Lindgren E, L. Bonzi GRADE "A" MILK, CREAM AND DAIRY PRODUCTS Phone we 4-9921 ROCKFORD 311 Caroline St. Dubuque, Iowa a.m. to 3 p.m and tickets are l screen billing. available from members of the Credits Too Loug )arish or at the door. FOR FINE FOOD - So Variety and the trade are interested in such c redits'! So Shoemakers for Hold Dance Square Four Generations ' ~u~o~-~ Altar and Rosary !~l~~ . ~ D leAlt.! society of Holy Angels parish will : :=~'[ I~r ~,~l~l sponsor its second inn series of Steaks Chicken i s.o, SERVICE square dances Saturday, Oct. 21, Sea Food lll!UIUl lr ll - Itl I at~ p.m. in the school gym. Fred B0S East StateRackferd ''~:;'~ ~ ~0~ ~o~t~ ~o~ ~t OOU~'~S wi" ~e ca,o, an~ is I Rockford I starting lessons Oct. 25 at 7:30 A PERSONALIZED SERVICE I I p.m. in the Recreation center in I Aurora. Large ~~ A New Dial WO 3-5409 Parking ~'~.~~ Lacatlon - Ar ~~~ Look! More Than LORDEN ~ ~ ,~.r Conditioned ~ Experienced Chapel ~ Serv|ce f Ine mZ ER tD FUNER t OME 0r%e .0 Famous Frozen P~zza Frank R. Fitzgerald Robert H. Fitzgerald 3600 North Rockton Ave. -- Rockford 330 S. Wyman at vourL~ ~~neiehhorhood grocer 3 Blocks ?orth; of Halsted Road --, WO S-4643 Rockford, III. " DIAL we OUR HOMEMADE MARIA'S ITALIAN Cunningham at Corbin St. Rockford, III. Sunday Family Treat At The Original Pancake House Are Delicious Party 'Platters for a]l occasions Tasty Fish Menus For Friday Take Home-- Ready To Serve 3131 Auburn St. CHEESE ROCKFORD we 3-0946 After Church Bring the Family for Real Delicious Pancake Menus with the Finest Ingredients. Servi.g Special 7 A.M ta 2 A.M, Sunday, 7 A, M. " Room for to Midnight Party Groups 1031 East State Rockford and TRUST COMPANY 401 EAST STATE STREET, ROCKFORD MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. "Rockford's Oldest Bank" . FREE PARKING SPACE LI NU SHOP <) We Specialize in First Communion and Confirmation Outfits ~ ~t~<~]~"~ ~ PAROCHIAL SCHOOL UNIFORMS Use Our Convenient Charge or Lay.a-way Plan for Wide Selection of'Coats - Snow Suits -- Jackets INFANTS TO PRE-TEENS -- CHUBSIES --HUSKIES Rockford Plazc* Open Evenings Till 9 EX 9-1714 We Deliver Good Health to Your Door You might almost say we're in business for your health . . . so .basic to nutrition, so rich in energy-building proteins are our dairy products. VITA-SKIM MILK HEAVY, LIGHT & SOUR CREAM BUTTERMILK CHOCOLATE MILK WIDE VARIETY OF CHEESE Quantity Discount Plan 1411 9th Street Rockford ,WO 5-5S11