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s..d.y, Oc, o 26, 1941  THE OBSERVER 7 ROCKFORD I N.c.c.s.- Club Ac,i00i,, Rockford.  The dance at the Schelle of Rockford will trip the NCCS CItfl on Saturday, Oct. 25, light fantastic. There will also will  again, be held, from 8 to 12 be a meeting` of the Football ClUb. McSweeney Farms Dairy 'We ere the. only Dairy in Rockford mlling Posturized M11k and Cream on o Cash, and; Carry basle. COME IN AND SAVE 50% 11L T4T3 111J AUBURN ST, Tires Fires*one Service 215-21 N. L"hurdt ..... Rmferd[ 2008 S* PNrla ....... Dixon 214,.11 L.. Gekma ..... libel GEORGE , GEIGER FANCY G RO CER lea AND MEATS, Phone Mn 6427 511]: B.airle St. Open 7 Days u Week Ph,.t.ri,00 GRIP BROS. PLASTER4 NG CONTRACTORS Phones. Maln 6086 - Main 2256 S2S JA'MI AVENUR Karl Schoening & Sons Pointing and Decorating Contractors / Phone Main 7339 1607 Elm St. Rockford, IlL MODERN WLrT-WASH LAUNDRY "A Laundry. Service for Every NKI" Phone M, 41)' 200 Prairie St. Food Shop AUBURN STUET DELICATESSEN We Freware Compibte. Menu for Pnrfflr,. (Ibb, Groulr, e. 14OMI MADE BAKIKY , 13{14. AUBURN  "11.. Ms. 3117 ! j ,, The Mock Brick, end Fuel Co. : ItUILDINAI .4 ATI[R I[. IqJlt OF ,IL IIND$' Offlcm and. Display Pado, Con Preston Str'ond Ihdepdencl Jva. Hafdlwalm MYERS HARDWARE Paint . Gloss * RefHgerators 2]T WEST, ST.TB STREET Phone Main |921 ReP's. Fish Market ALL KINDS OF FRESH FISH SEA' FOODS IN SEASON "Good Fill for Good Health" Free Delivery Wholesale and Retail Phone P. 100 1225 Broadway PHONI A2072. FOR * COAL o'clock, with music by A1 Ray- ,mend'. omhestra, Pefreshments wiK lie .erwd On Sunday night, Oct. 26, Sis- ter Marie Inmaeulee, superior at St. Elizabetls Social Center, will present  program at the Club. There will, be e. sketak entitled "Who Gets the Car Tonight?"; a, dialogue "Dr. Dumb-Dumb"; a roup of costume dances by the Jokes sisters; piano solos hy Mar Ccia'ore: speci'It dance 'ad song: by Tan? (uarino, as@ a 'sReleh fir negro dall called "Let iMe' Sm Your Tne?" MoRdant t the regttr meetin of SlOe" rbldier'k lxecutb- Clam- mister. Timsdby is the" regxdar' pacy l nie' featuring`. Human Bnol I dancing`,, pin, pang  other l S " And, o course; refh- mentIL Wednesday, a dancing: class Ea- dhr the directibn af Miss Irene: Thursday will be the weekly swim at the Boy's Club rom 8:15- 9:00 o'clock. Towels ee. Swim-- 10c. Friday will: be. the' weeltly meet- ing` of the Amateur Photography Class. be Climb' is becoming, more and more populr. We' wleh , urns, all in the, die,He of Rmkd: t erop in, ad pay us a visit. 291 'eachevs" amoiatin, wiK sgon- sora card party WedlnmtaF,: Oct. :29 in, the: parih hall. Mxs. Kaxzy IA. Devine, P.T... pzeddent, has iasked' M. J0hn Oal'ey to be g, en- .arm ehahnnan o the: pa. Mere, Lba of the various eommittoes will UnJtec00 Societies Plan: J be Dance: At RC.C1Wdt Rockford.--Members of the Unit- ed Sodalities of the local parishes met last Friday evening in the Na- tional Catholic Community Service clubrooms on West State and made plans for a dance to be held Satur- da evening, Nov. 22, in the service clubrooms. Miss Mary Misuraca is president of the sodality group. Card Party At Pro- Clauson's Wood, Work Rorkf0rd.--Mrs. Gladys Clauson of Winnebago will be among the eshibiters at the annual hobby fair sponsored by the Catholic Woman's league in the Crystal room of the Nelson hotel. Sunday, Nov. 2 She will display a number 'of her wood-carvings. About nine years ago Mrs. Clau- son began her wood-working hobb and' at present has over a hundred pieces. Among them is one of the iLast Supper which took over !year to finish. I I WRote 11e. Fond II PARRoxcellenme. Choice, gteaX, Chops; Sea Pood Chicken  and! a. Slwndld VoAMy. of Rine oods libRA'S COLONIAL. HOUSE C. J. PARR', N. Main Rood, I Mile out of Roe.kford, Routl:, Serving from 1:1: o.m, to 3. m. Sundays fill'Midnight PRq'l. OINtN(3; ROO/i Wa C- h I Poitw,.llanets PNONE R)kSlD8 47b Lots of ParRing;Simm :Gas-Oil Wlaffzls Texaco Service I I ROCK' 13  IWAT1, Ph. M,OS0-.-We Selli Eidtw. 1,7d, Cam HOURS: "fo" 12 :$0 Sahlrdaye* CQMMERCIAL MORTGAGE AND* FINANCE CO; 115 7th St, M 63S Fwmer Cammwclol It'L Bank Location DELUXE SERVICE DIAMOND CLEANERS 1:26 S. Church StresS, COATS I. 59C Phone Plus I;t,. ' SUITS Main 71S I SKANDIA HARDWARE CO. ROCKFORO, ILLINOIS WASHING * GREASING GENERAL REPAIRING 1030 Auburn Street` ROCKFORD, ILL. FOREST 6401 Atlas Iso*Vts and Tires and Batteries Quaker State Oils KELLEY'S , STANDARD SERVICE 2002 South Main SWeet WASHING - GREASING - SIMONIZING First Station North of Poor Cloroe Phone Forest 6712 Rockford,, Illinois ANDERSON SAND AND GRAVEL O. I ncorporatd Producers of Washed 8end &. Gravel - Filling and Road Gravel PIT OFFICE South Main Rand S19 East 8tale 8t. Phone Main 408 Phone Main 54 RII. Main SO2S Res. Forest 3645 ROOK FORD, ILLINOIS When your mattress needs attention There is only one name to mention ROCKFORD MATTRESS CO. MATTRESSES. " $400 RENOVATED .................... ;ames 7327 212 7th St. CLEANING RUGS -- CARPETS  CHAIRS DAVENPORTS, Etc. : Sizing Not Removed Twists Not Untwisted Guaranteed. Work E LM B LA D E RUG & UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS 904 Broadway Forest 438 Kilburn Ave. Iue$ Co. COALS OF ALL GRADES AND PRICES Hottltb Number. in, Town PHONE MiN 1039 1'119, KIIburn Ave. Rockford, ill. u, A Becoming  fe Every FAce Nu-StylU Milli.e.y New, Art/VoI Dully 11S H Min0 ItJiFd WITH MORE HEAT LESS ASH Union Drivers MINONK COAL CO. 2424 HECKER AVENUE Shoe Repairs BEAN SHOE SERVICE RsDairlngRobuildingDyelng 109 S. Wyman Street Mattresses FISHER MATTRESS SHOPPE F. J. ZINK, Proprietor Mattresses Renovated---$3.50 NEW MATTRESSES SPRINGS OF ALL KINDS ,117 ChestYtut Phone 2210 Carpets - Rugs CAR-PET-LINE STORE We Dress Your Floors, and Wndows tinoleums. CarRots Rugs * Curtolml, Draperies Window Shades Electric Appliances 424-28 Seventh St'. Phone M1700 i Automobiles Largett Dealer In Northern llllnolsl NEW AND USED CARS RECHT-FROELICH CHEVROLET Auto Sales Kelley Mator Sales Co, CADILLAC * OLDSMOBILE A Fine Selection of Used Core Phone 418 2232J?/bee, Second St; i ROCKFORD PLUMBING SHOP Plumbing HHflng Repoirlng Phone Forest,6302 31 I Chestnut Street ROGKFORD IGGINI$. Coal and Ice TelepImml, Mele 4SOS-6 Conumer, Comlmny COA*E -- ll.-- COKE 796 NORTH MADISONI STREETI Cluners . 'I COOPER'S 926 W rATg FOREST 61 Caredral Oct. 29 Rockford.--The fourth of a ser- ies of card parties under the aus- pices of the Altar and Rosary soci- ety of St. James Pro-Cathedral will be held Wednesday, Oct. 29, in the parish hall. On the committee in charge are Mines. Julia Gercer, Katherine Heffran, Homer LaForce, Agnes Kush, Ernest Johnson Henrietta Klein, Josephine Hurley, Anne Haime, Molly Hubbel and IWary Humpal. Educational Auxiliary Hears Haurice Leahy Rekford;--Outstanding on the monthly program of the Muldoon Educational Auxiliary is the ap- pearance of noted speakers.. The :first of the guest artists this year was Muuice Leahy, poet and edi- tor. Addressing a large gathering of the members of the AJliam/, faculty and upper ctassmen, Mr. Leahy stressed, the courage, and beauty eviden in the poetry of Catholic writers everywhere, but particularly those of Ireland and England. Among the, famous au there Mr. Leahy selected for spe* cial comment and: roadinlr, G. K. hesterten, Joseph 1 Plunkett,, Hilaire Belloc and: Francis Thomp- 180n , Doctor Leahy was the guest of the Mfldoon Auxiliary at a tea, which followed the lecture Rummager Bake Sales Are Planned Rockford.--St. James School as sociaLion, will hold a rummage:sale 'Wednesday Oct. 29. The place will be announced later. The, association will also sponsor a bakery sale im the parish hall Sunday, Nov. g. !Bishol00 Confirms St: Mary's. Parish,00 Rockford Iekid.,-Eighty-one boys,, sev- enty-nine girls and twenty-flve !adults. recivet! the easement of: Confirmation from His Excellency,, the Most Reverend Edward F. He- !ban,, S,T.Db Bishop  Roclffrd, in St. M s' church last Wednesday' evening'; Oct. 22, at: 7:8@ o'etocR. ; St. Mr/S. parish: is' condtmted by" !the Augustinian ; L e  'Vex. R, ev, C'. C. M.Grra% O.S;..,, is pastor. Telephone Main 576 Seventh Street and Third Avenue QUALITY AND SERVICE SINCE 1892 I Ilia TELEPHONE MAIN 841 DENNY'S FURNITURE AND ARPLIAICE SHOP NEW AND USED FURNITURE, REFRIGERqOR RADIOS, WASHERS 7TH NEAR BROADWAY ROCKFORD, iLLINOIS A M B R O S I U S CLOTHING -- MEN'S FURNISHINGS SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY OPEN EVENINGS . . . 507 So. State St. Rockford TELEPHONE MAIN 7451 2128 NORTH MAIN STREET CAMLpBELLO UPHOLSTERING SHOP PETER A CAMPBELLO Proprietor ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS ROCKFORD PETROLEUM COMPAIY CONOCO, PRODUCTS TELEPHONE MAIN Sell 1212 CEDAR STREET ROCKFORD, ILLINOIR i Guzzardo Studios of Strinsed Instruments 409 W. STATE-STREET * MAtH 60:IO' LESSONS IN* GUITAR BANJO AND MANDOLIN INSVRUMENTS LOANED WITHOUT CHARGE R. J. SPLI,NTER- Peuitw - Eg Finest Qualil Bought and. SdW at/dl Timew ROKIRD ILLINOIS MAIN $114 McMAHON PRODUCE CO. PEACOCK FRESH FRUITS FOX HEAD BEVERAGES FANCY VEGETABLES BEER 328 TINKER STREET * ROCKFORr ILLINOIS DIDIER FL.OR, SSR WEST STATI STREET PHONE FOREST 7395 t ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS Wittil Hubbard  l Clifford F. Hyland*, Architects 7,23 GSELECTRI BUILDING ROCKFORD ILLINGIS NORH:EKN I LLINOkS ROOFING CO. "ABOVE ALL A GOOD ROOF" D. W McDERMAID * J: P: NAETTA 520 N. MADISON TELEPHONE M 5999' SCANDROLI CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Builders. since l:g'/O, OW E N S MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR WOMEN'S AND GIRLS' apparel end, acceuorin ellrl 'L A N T '- ill]Downtown,Ill1* StoreN' |EOND $11tLqrr r.J.--00lUn u " "" ,.ONE"" 11" H SCHROMS WAkDORF FOOD' SHOe THE VERY BEST,BREADS, AKES PASTRIES andDEMCATBSENFOODI  Wedding and Birthday Cokes Specialty Tel. M2235, Rockford, 111.,.21114. Chardi i I II I I I I II I I I I I 1 t l : L ,.1 j , ' r l l l "  ' ....... Tj