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Sunday, October 26, 1941 Canada Congress Of Legion Of Mary Is Held In Ottawa Ottawa, Oct. 17.--From many i parts of the northern United States and Eastern Canada c..ae 350 delegates to attend the first i Canadian Congress of the Legion of Mary, held here. Miss Mary Duffy and John Mur- ray were the special Legion of Maly envoys from Dublin. Spirit- ual devotions and study groups took up most of the two-day pro- gram. The Most Rev. Alexander Vach- on, Archbishop of Ottawa, was Pa- tron of the Congress and among the other distinguished speakers was J. J. Hearne, High ommissioner f. Ireland. McHENRY MILK CREAM BUTTER EGGS ICE CREAM FREUNDrS DAIRY Phone McHenry 636 W-2 RT. 1, McHENRY, ILINOI5 DRI-GAS THE BOTTLED COOKING GAS W. H. ALTHOFF HARDWARE Also Electric Ranges and Refrigerators Sheet-Metal and Air Conditioning Phone 284 WEST McHENRY, ILL. Insurance EARL R. WALSH McHenry, Illinois General Insurance Phone 43 Lumber, Fuel McHENRY LUMBER CO. Lumber, Millwork and Fuel Phone, McHenry 46 Photography WARWICK STUDIOS We Specialize in Wedding Pictures Phone 273 Riverside Drive UPHOLST.ERING Carl Rietesel "Near the Bridge" McHENRY ILL. AT DEDICATION His Excellency, the Most Rev. Edward F. Hoban, S.T.D., is shown above as he delivered the princi- pal dedicatory address at the new St. Edward's High School in Elgin Rev. M. F. Duggan, Buffalo, Army Chaplain, Killed In Auto Mishap Glendon, N.C., ()el. 17.--The Rev. Michael F. l)uggan of Buffalo, N.Y., Catholic chaplain assigned to tile 174th Infantry, 44th l)ivision, was killed near here when the com- nmnd car in which he was riding tin'ned over. Regularly stationed at Fort Dix. N.J., where his brother, the Rev. John Duggan, ix also an Army chaplain, Father Michael Duli'an had accompanied the troops south for maneuvers in this area. He was ri(lin! early Monday morning with another officer and two enlisted men when the accident occurred. Father Duggan was thrown from the cat' as it overturned. Shurtleff Coal & Lumber Co. 1Not Incorporated) MARENGO UNION MAPLE PARK BARR INGTON HARTLAND ELGIN Square CARPENTERSVILLE Products 'Shnrtleff Service Satisfies . O. I. ALTHAFER0 R.PH. Althaer's Drug Store PHONE 232 CRYSTA LAKE PRESCRIPTIOH SPECIALISTS THE .OME OF EVERYTHING IH DRUGDOh CRYSTAL LAKE Hardware Raue Hardware Co. PAINTS AND OILS PLUMBING HEATING Phone 189 Those Who Advertise Will Serve You Well Favor Ther With Your Patronage Tel. Geneva 2604 Kane County Title Co. Capital Assets Over $200,000.00 ABSTRACTS OF TITLE TITLE GUARANTEE POLICIES ;eneva Illinois I I THE OBSERVER OF ELGIN HIGH SCHOOL a week ago. With the Bishop are, left to right, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. A. A. Heinzler, pastor of St. Jos- eph's church, Elgin; the Rev. Thomas S. Green of St. Catherine's, Coming Events Rockford Oct. 29--Card pa,t.q sponsored by the Altar and R'.)sary Society of St. James Pro-Cathc(h'al, parish hall. Oct:. 29--Rumma,:e Sale altOn- sated by St. J-uric: School associa- tion. ()(d;. 29--C-n'd pal ty sponsored by St. Patrick': Par(mL-Tcaeimrs lssociati,m, 1)arish halI. Nov. 2--Ammal hobby fair spon- sored by the CaHmlic Woman's league, Nelson hotel. Nov. 9--Bakery Sale sponsored hy St. James School association-- parish hall. Nov. 12--Turkey dinner sponsor- cd by Muldoon ltigh School auxi- liary, schoql auditorium. Nov. 22 Dance sponsored bv the United Sodalities of Rockford, N. C.C.S. Clubrooms. Aurora Oct. 25 and 26--Fall Festival sponsored by Marmion Military Academy. Oct. 26--"The Riwd Masquerad- ers"--St. Henry's hall--Afternoon and evening. Oct. 29--Card party and bake sale sponsored by St. Anne's So- dality of St. Nicholas church, par- ish hall. Cary Oct. 25 and Nov. 22--Dances !sponsored by the Young Men of the i Holy Name Society of SS. Peter and Paul parish. Durand Nov. 2--Annual bazaar and fried chicken dinner sponsored by St. Dundee, and the Rev. Win. F. Bo- land, assistant at St. Laurence Elgin. The page boys are Robert Knott and Robert Pauly. 106 Confirmed At St. Joseph's 1,'reel)ort.--His Excellency, the Most Rev. Edward F. Hob:m, S.T. D., Bishol) of Rockford, a(hninis- tered the Sacrament of (',onfiz'am- tion t.o a class of 106 children and adult: in St..leseph's church last Tuesday evcniniz, Oct. 21, at 7:30 o'clock. A large number of priests from local and neighboring l)arishes were present ill the sanctuary for the cerelnonies. The Rev. N. J. Berg is pastor of St. Joseph's church. The Rev. S. J. Eye is assistant pastor Hallowe'en Party At St. Maryrs Oct. 28 Elgin.--St. Mary's Sodality and the Junior Holy Name Society of St. Mary's parish, are giving a Halloween Dance on Tuesday eve- ning, Oct. 28, in the parish hall. Dancing will be Continuous from 8 to 11 o!clock and refreshments will be served. The committee, under the direction of the Rev. B. E. Beddocs, consists of Robert Paul- Supper--St. Mary's parish. Nov. 19-20-22--Annual Thanks- giving Bazaar--St. Mary's parish. Woodstock * Oct. 24  Harvest Hardtime party sponsored by Mariola Club of St. Mary's church, parish audi- 3 Archbp. Glenn0n Addresses 25,000 Youth At Holy Hour Tells Them Battle Against Forces Of Evil Is Never Ending One St. Louis, Oct. 16.--More than 25,000 Catholic youth of the Arch- diocese of St. Louis took part in Solemn Holy Hour ceremonies marking the formal opening of Catholic Youth Council activities here last night. Representatives of schools and colleges, Boy and Girl .Scouts, soldiers from nearby aimy posts and various Catholic youth organizations participated. The Most Rev. John J. Glennonl Archbishop of St. Louis, in address- ing the rally, urged his hearers to "stand firm by the faith that is yours." He cautioned that in the face of the dangers that beset hu- manity today Catholic youth must be prepared "to defend the ram- parts of the Citadel of God." "You are soldiers of Christ," he said, "and I appeal to you young people not to be betrayed by the evil forces that do not differentiate be- tween virtue and vice. Your battle never ends. A solemn and sacred trust is yours. Hold it, for if you fail that trust, you fail God and country." son, chairman, Shirley Darlison, Betty Dunn, Bernice Kawa, Lois Mungcrson, Mary Jane Riel)l, Ed- ward Browne, Richard Kroegcr, Robert Porter and Don Wolf. The ladies of St. Ann's Society have made plans for a Fall Festi- val to be hehl Nov. 27 and 28. llndei" the direction of Mrs. Phillip ]Iughes, president of the society, tile group leaders and Ihe heads of the other societies in the parish are cooperating to make this a truly "parish activity." Spring Grove I Fuel, Lumber TIBBITS-CAMERON LUMBER COMPANY A. W. SCHMELTZER, Manager Telephone Richmond 364 Lumber and Building Material Cement, Coal, Feed and Points Founded 1867 IiNCHrMn BRo Mrc Co 00oo00,,,o4 Leom - eocwoee Mary's parish, church hall. Elgin Oct. 28--Halloween dance spon- sored by the Sodality and Junior Holy Name Society of St. Mary's church, parish hall. Nov. 7--Afternoon and evening card parties Sponsored by St. Anne's Society of St. Joseph's church, parish hall. Nov. 27-28--Fall Festival spon- sored by St. Ann's Society of St. Mary's church, parish hall. Freeport i! Oct. 24--Cards and dancing Jparty sponsored by the Home I School association of Aquin high I school, school gymnasimn. I Oct. 26--Annual banquet St. Jo- [seph's Holy Name Society, parish hall, 6 p.m. Nov. 12, 13, 14, 15--Annual bazaar sponsored by St. Joseph's church, parish hall. Nov. 20--Corn game sponsored by St. Catherine's church, parish hall. Fulton Nov. 6 7, 8--Annual bazaar sponsored by hnmaculate Concep- tion church, Coliseum. St. Charles Oct. 30--Public Halloween card party sponsored by St. Patrick's Mothers club, parish hall. Sandwich Oct. 29 -- Complete luncheon cards and bunco sponsored by Altar and Rosary Society of St. Paul's church, parish hall, 1 p.m. West Brooklyn Oct. 26--Oyster Stew and Chili ELGIN COLLIN & SPALDING, Inc. Maytag Washer and Ironers Speedqueen Washers and Ironers Kelvinator Refrigerators PHILCO RADIOS Eureka Vacuum Cleaners PHONE 409 9 SO. SPRING ST. Grocery ELMER McLEAN FANCY GROCERIES, MEATS FRUITS and VEGETABLES Phone 1382 301 E. Chicago St. Wallpaper, Paint H O U S EWA R ES RITSCHARD'S Better Paint Service Since 1912 211 E. CHICAGO ST. Phone Elgin 362 EVERYTHING tot the MOTORIST PHONES: 2577  2578  1540 Drugs THIEL'S DRUG STORE C. J. THIEL, R.Ph. "The Prescription Store" 161 DUNDEE AVENUE Paints VALLEY PAINT CO. DlstrlbutorsMOORE Palnl Products WATER FAST WALLPAPER GLASS, PAINTERS' SUPPLIES 13 N. Spring St. Phone 3340 PLUMBING HEATING DALLAS T. GHOLSON LICENSED MASTER PLUMBER 27 Leonard St. Telephone 5866 ELGIN, ILLINOIS "A Case at Good Judgment" EER EDELWEISS DISTRIBUTING CO. 56 Water Street Phone 2031