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PAGE 6 THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, !961 committee was activated in the parish as part of the society's affiliation with the Council ii [Why Not Invite Wedding Guests I To Join In Receiving Communion? ,II' ' Bepresent everywhere for the faith, for Christ, in every way and to I! Freeport deanery has ,become lengthy, another means would be interested in a practice which to include with the wedding invita the utmost possible hmlt whenever vital interests are at stake . . . Be there j . Ilmany Catholics know about, butltion a card asking the wedding on guara ana m acnon, mus A-. I very few participate in. That is guests to receive Communion with .: ~:,:~.~-:~: ~~ L J-,~et.# Lthe reception of Holy Communionlthe,bridal party. In cases where sprat lin the home and ultimately in the came up with a few answers ~.~ I aim of the Altar and Rosary so I. - [vitation could include an mvlta-[ ~~ cmty. o[ Sacred Heart parish of tion to participate. For example, ~ A ~~ Sterling . - latter the usual'announcement that . J n~ t ~L~ I J Recently the society became ( ,'Mr :~rl Mr~ John .]anp*: ~',~n.e~t ~W' ! Ib ~ |l a 1 -ffli "~- "~ ctwe~, at a!ed with DCCW,[the honor of your presence at the ~ -- ~ " While ivtrs William btettes servea . ": . . . marriage of their daughter, etc as the socmty's president, m or-lit could be added that "the" 'in I~ ~ 1 ~ I DCCW PROGRAM--Mrs. Edward Herms, libraries and literature der to join in unified action to Y ': ~,| U It " " of rli sho s dis la of l vl[e you to assist at me ~acreu chairman of Sacret Heart parish Sty ng, w p y further its a~m. Since that time good Catholic literature to Mrs. Harvey Dressier. This DCCW DCCW committee chairmen have ~eremony to,recewe noty,tom. The 196162 -r -ra-- f munlon wltn mem a~ holy wiass, p og m o WOrK helped the parish grow and learn Thanksgiving Day Is Time To Give Collective Thanks through special projects and each has presented a program for the society during the year. Mrs. Steffes, serving as orga- nization and development chair- man, spent much time during the 1960-61 year making house-to- house calls on new women parish- 'and to join your prayers with for libraries and literature com- theirs that God will bless abund- antly their years of married life." Enclose Card If this makes the invitation too Sacred Heart mittee chairmen is based on the twofold purpose of the commit-! tee: the development of a truly in- formed Catholic laity and the combating of indecent and ob. scene literature injurious to the morals of youth. APOSTLESHIP OF PRAYER--Leaflets are distributed under guidance of the spiritual development committee ~f St. Andrew parish in Rock Falls far the Apostleship of Prayer. Shown above plac- ing the leaflets in teachers' boxes at St. Andrew school are Catherine Keenan, Fern Keenan and Mrs. Sistilio Adami. In photo below, women of the parish are seen receiving,spiritual devel- meat material distributed by Mrs. Adami. The women seen entering St. Andrew are, lett to right, Mrs. Edward Kobbeman, Mrs. Omar Koehler, Fern and Catherine Keenaa and Mrs. Bernard Droste. The custom of observing one lcontained in a novena booklet day in the year as a national day which can be obtained by rural of thanksgiving has taken deep life chairmen of the affiliate root in America But often in the groups They are also to be found hnstle and bustle of preparation, in the Rural Life prayerbook families lose sight of the true pur- which is now in many rural pose of the day. Ihomes in Rockford diocese since God has richly blessed this na- the promotion of "Operation Pray- tion. There is an abundance of erbook.' , food, sufficient clothing and fine Bless Harvest homes here while in other coun- " ' Whenever possible, rural people h ms many go hungry daily, have ." can ask their pastor's permission the l~orest of clothing antt made- and ennnp~ati n in thP custo of t -el T ~ .' o m qua e sn tar banksgwmg day ' blessing samples of the fall harv- ottersan opportunity to give ~ . . est, using the National Cathohc thanks to God for the bountiful Rural Life leaflet for the prayers blessings bestowed upon this and blessings This also promotes country and for both urban and - ' urnan-rurat unuerstanumg. rural people to acknowledge thew de" endenc u on Him ~urai people can accompnsn a P Y P ' J great deal in sitting up a bene- Public Thanks ]ficial program by becoming mem- Rural people particularly are bers of National Catholic Rural urged to promote the religious as- Life Council. Upon their request pect of Thanksgiving day, through they can become members of the the rural life committee of DCCW. Company of St. Isidore and share Each day the individual gives in the Masses said at the Sht'ine thanks to God, but Thanksgiving of Our Lady of Fatima. day offers an opportunity to give thanks collectively in public wor- More than 2,870 soil conserva- ship by attendance at Mass and Lion districts active in the U.S. reception of Holy Communion. include 80 pe~" cent of the nation's The Thanksgiving day novena agricultural land and 95 per cent begins Nov. 15. The prayers are of the farms and ranches~ NEW| BLUE lIAR * NU NU .(;HOP We Specialize in First Communion and Confirmation Outfits '~-I~!~.<']~':"~ ~ Use Our Convenient Charge or Lay-a-way Plan for Wide Selection of Coats -- Snow Suits -- Jackets INFANTS TO PRE.TEENS -- CHUBBIES --HUSKIES Rockford Plaza Open Evenings Till 9 EX 9.1714 ii r [ 3E *,d ] " i Located on ~i ''~ ff J - East of Aurora 4 Where Families Enjoy Dznzng Pink Pony's Noon Day Lunches and businessmen's specials loners, inviting them to become The fourth talk in the nresent active members in the Altar and series The Armor of G~d the Rosary society. . i Rev. iJohn I. Hochban, S J 'dean Best Attendance '[ of the Jesuit theological seminary, Although each woman of thet Toronto, Canada, will discuss the parish is a member of the so-l topic, "Gird Your Loins With ciety, Mrs. Steffes encouraged lTruth" more active participation by/ A copy of Father Hochban's many through two potluck sup-ltalk will'be on station WREX-TV In keeping with this, chairmen are urged to organize units of Americans for Moral Decency and to establish paperback book racks' of good reading in the community. Also in this connection, they are l asked to' contact each pastor in~ the deanery suggesting that an, announ'cement be made that any-! Rosary Book clubs, dedicated to Our Lady of the Rosary, are becoming a popular method of arousing interest in the reading of good Catholic literature. Books are passed in'a circle from one member to the next each month, just as fingers pass from one bead of the rosary to the next. There are approximately 14 Rosary'Book clubs which have been organized throughout the diocese. Seven of these books are in Freeport deanery, which in- dicates that many affiliates could make this a project in the coming year. Explanatory Skit A 15-mimtte skit, which ts en- tertaining and also motivates in- terest in the formatio/a of the book clubs, can be obtained from: Rosary Book Clubs, 555 Notr Dame Ave Chattanooga, Tenn. This could be a program for one of the regular meetings of the af- filiate, after which such clubs could be formed. This is the skit that was presented at the libraries and literature workshop last year at the institute in Sterling. This can also be the beginning of a parish library, as many Rosary Book dubs donate the books to the parish at the end of the year. This is up to the dis- ere~ion of the members, for some clubs allow members to choos~ one of the books for their own each'year. One Book A Month The clubs are reading circles pers which she planned. The firstlat 10:15 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 29. one receiving obscene literature, made up of 10 to 14 members. of these suppers drew more mere- The Sacred Heart Program is in the mail should send it to theI Each member pays for one book bers than had ever previously jin its sixth year of television pro- local postmaster along with the l a year, but has the opportunity attended a society meeting, duction and is scheduled regularly wrapper in which it came. ILl to read from 10 to 14 books. Mrs. Carl Vock, rural life over 136 stations throughout.the should nevdr be destroyed I Each member reads approxl, chairman, presented Mrs. Am- world. Filth on the newsstands has be-I mutely one book a month, after brose Hermes to speak on farm . come a threat to the morals ofI which it is passed on to the next problems, and the God-Home-S~-~-~ m--~de~r youth. Americans for Moral De-] member. Country award was explained by:i-~" "''~parish families "after two Masses. ency, 69 W. Washington St R~oml The main objective is the win, a former winner. She set up a I Leaflets were distributed on pray- 910, Chicago 2, Ill is a non-profit, ] ning of the average Catholic to display on outdoor shrines, also, non-sectarian corporation organ-I better reading by including among which consisted of pictta'es of lers for civic officials. shrines in the Sterling area. i Speaks on Dixon School ized under the laws of the stateI a varied selection of books enough Blessing of the seeds was con- Mrs. Paul Loos Jr home and of Illinois. I spiritual reading to train the mind ducted on a Sunday, under her lschool chairman, made arrange- Its purpose is to eliminate the - . ~ toward more spiritual thought. direction, ments for securing four new lay spread of objectionable literature,48 Sulhvan road, Aurora. For Thanks Women s Safe Dnv nc Variety A pamphlet rack was the main i assistants to work in the Catholic for youth and encourage good: groups who have books and maga- The books are furnished by the project of Mrs. Edward Hermes, grade school in Sterling. A pro-reading habits. A local unit can:zincs which they are ready to dis-Council For Aid I Lil Rosary Book Club headquarters libraries and literature chairman, igram presented by the Rev. be started by civic leaders and card, the Pamphleteers, San RUes which supplies a wide variety of The rack was filled with inex-I James Burke, who spoke on his carried on as a civic project. Miguel, Calif will furnish upon ST. PAUL, Minn. (NC)--A re- books to choose from in the list ensive er b " " b d request a list of missions schools ~ p pap back ooks and leaf- work at D~xon State school, was A k~t costing $2 can be o tame '" "ad lief services official expressed/A,~ A ~ ,~ J,~ ,I f recommended Catholic books. an(] hOSpitals mat womo ue gi lets, with more than 50 books arranged by her. This program from the above address giving a thanks here from people of Korea l~dlL~ I'r~l~| ! I I HUt: !1 These should be selected to give being sold during the year. A book included, a display of pamphlets full explanation of the organize- to recewe mem. f for assistance given them by the la balanced assortment throughout review program was planned and on child care and psychology. Lion and explaining just how to l A quotation from the prayer o I St Paul Archdiocesan Council of l The safety committee, which l the year. For instance, in a list mmence R~chard Cmdmal there was a large display of litera-* Sgt Robert Heindel of Illinois organize a unit. His E ' " ' " [ Catholic Women now includes all phases as well as of 12 books, 4 could be fiction; ture at this meeting. The display state police presented a talk and An- -arish or inter-narochial[Cushing of Boston for librarians[ ~ a ~ r,~ l~ ur~ ]traffic safety, feels it is wise to[4, biography; 2 spiritual and per- showed indecent hterature as up- film for a program under the di- .rou,~ ms, sta~ t and ma/ntain a is very appropriate for L & ~ o ~.^ remind everyone of some of the haps 2 hurnorous. . . 8 F ~ tnrector in oeuui, ~ure~, uz ,~au,u- " - L posed to good Cathohc readingrection of. Mrs. Robert Slater paperback book rack in a,nublic : chairmen: Ihc:-",te,e~n^l: " o=~v =o -'" : ^ - ,'~,'~,r'T'm*"~ I rules for safe dnwng. If motorists I Only. one meeting -a year is re-. safer chauman ' forth Th lace u on us would always remember them qmred for members At thin Promotes Holy Hour I Y " place for communily use. The or-I 'Send Y g' P .']praised the women for the moneyl ']me "'n- which i h "at t" en" The Rev. Francis Bonnike spoke Through these programs and iginal cost is about $60, but wouldIO God of Wisdom and of Knowi-[they collected to aid St. Colum-lmany a.ecments woula.oe avometl.I,eu ~ g. t s. eia ne .a. on the different types of love for projects, the Society and the be less if a handyman could make;edge, uiess, uirect and gume us ban's Clinic in Chunchon Korea. z. unve extra eauuousiy when[or uLe.r.eau ~ year, uuu~ u,uy a i i " ' r libra work .' you're upset Intense eoncentra-be msmomeo ann plans negun sp r tual development program parish have become a part of the the rack and money box. m ou ry Some 5,000 women razsed about " /~ ~ by Miss Rosemary Parnett, chair-IDCCW unified Catholic action. It is necessary to have a con- Teach us that in good books we $5 500 under the Madonna plan a uon on some promem, a!stracuon tu~ me ,ex~ y.e~r. man Throuohont the -ear she~ ' - ~ : ~ '. ' ,~causea oy intense emouon may~ Just one ameer lS neeueu, a ~, a(AdverUsemenO. .cs ientious worker checK it Iron] flare not merely, ll[lln~s ol llltUt-llia- project lnltlateu By the l~atlollal f " " ' ~romoted the monthl hol hour I make you completely unaware secretary to keep the books cncu- 1 . Y Y ,1 time to time and keep it well tmn, storehouses of knowledge and Couucfl of Cathohe Women whmh on puttiug Christ back iutoJOne hundred years stocked. Books can probably be,treasurers of wisdom but also]assists poverty-stricken mothers]mat you are ariwng a car. jmtmg oy !empnonmg me.memoez's Chris!rues mad urged the follow-I v-- L secured from the local distribu-lcompanions and guides and[and children abroad, i Drink, Fatigue Are Dangers leach momn: ~t~s verylmPvOrtan~ m ot the r~ i nan tzaditton f/ U" ~'UW nOW . . . ~I that/mote ,a, ,~ ,u,~ 0~ ~-~v,'"S ,* g p p y O friends But most tm o~tant of all 2 Be sure our e es ate all "" '' " tot at 20 per cent discount They l " . ' P " ~ Y Y " ' the spectfzed ttme. the three wtse men M- " [your service, will not be Catholic reading ma-limpress upon us a reahzahon intimately and love Thee right. No dtuver ought to be satls- . any new members were re 1 ta, t st nod readin for for our ha iness here and here-[more ardently All this we ask oflfied with the eve test he nassed ' m mat way, ~osary ~.oo~ cams . ter 1bu u g g PP - - t t . 3 . . - . . can mad to oetter reaamg ann a c "u ted b Mtss ParneLL for the / Y Are you plannmg an ad prog'tam the general public. A hst" of sutt'- alter' mtellectual" brtlhance is not Thee through Jesus Chrtst", Thy 10 years a~,o when he ortgmally 'ri ua lif Apostlesh~p of Prayer and hol b,deeper sp~ t 1 e Y] ooklet, a. membership directory able books can be secured from enough, that xirtuous living must Son the Word made flesh and was granted his driver's license. " ' -~----~,-,---~ [for your organization, an annivers- the diocesan libraries and litera- be otn's. And so through our read-]Who dwelling amongst us, pro- 3. Never drive after drinking. It ~ j i~'~.]/~ . . . ary souvenir booklet, an annual Lure chairman, Mrs. C. A. Lies, ling may we come to know Thee[claimed that the truth would make I is not always the drunken driver tin Meet non any Ireport, a finaneim report, a house - " ;[us free that it is He, the Son oflwho is involved in accidents; the/ AURORA The re-ular montE, ~(o gun, a cookbook a new pubhca. ~ IIGOd Who is the Way the Truth respectable social drinkers maY[meetin of the Third Order of St. The Very Iltion? ,We offer editing service, I:,11 st Wlnt Y-entinns I/and the Life of us all." ]cause more accidents than the[Franci~will be held Sunda- Oct mw I m m- ~r artists service idea- --d J~" ~ ~ --,-v,- ,- ~-~ ,~ ~ ~ ~, Ihl~k LI~II Only ~1 I/. ~, expel.- ~ ~ l/~ /artmKen onvers, i29, at 2 pm in St. Charles bos. ll~ll 111 I IItence' way not cnecK your l~et- Hawaii -- Florida -- Nassau -- The average U.S. farmer had 4. Stop when you feel tired. As ital p . 1~ I)terheads, Envelopes, Statements Z r i Caribbean t~ Jlan investment of more than $~0-fat/g~e increases efficiency is ![~ *'i liii t i PP YlY W r g td /v~:d ::r~::ean Crmses- ~~:, l!~i0mboUntl?i~lW rnktsman~Ou~t~n~d lw ~V:e~edesu~?:II noddmg at the ~ort~l t~rm:~, even though you do o qu ent let ser e you sa s 11'30 to 2 P M ' l letter'res and ff et i " ;~ ALL ARRANGEMENTS,l] Y Keep Hands On Wheel 7 Drive only when you are ' ' ~ p s o s equ ppen. ~,~ ' . Banquet Facilities I [ "als I 5 Don t drive after taking cer- physically and mentally fit, and li Call JackS nd" r " r " "" r I Air Kall 3leamsnlp Motels ~ar K nr I . t ~l, l~l~ I; u oeg, oeg.ounaoeg II ~/~,;~4~h~ Lain medicines. Sedatives maytkeep both hands securely on the [ i~,# ~4 ~lWutJlaf. * * L Pi 2) I Printers & Lithographers a|r~JJ~| TDA~/I:/ DIIDI:Ail I~ dull your reflexes; tranquilizers wheel. Don't take your eyes off I[ ' . I O'~Lli~l~ll /n.rtw.-.- ~.~v~--r~v II -~-~ can cloud your judgment and per-!the road to reach for something SUPPER CLUB 1819 9th St Rocrrord Ilhno,s d 8 S 53 425 7th Street Rockford I WOod an B I II - ' ' [ " I, ,n BELVIDERE ception, l in the back seat, or to look at a 1116 South Main Rockford I1 wo 5-#62s I II 6. On long drives, share the trued map in your hand, or for any - ' ' ' ~ "~ . driving with others Budget thelother reason 7. ~ 7. ~ FOR SCHOOLS --" RECTORIES -- CONVENTS ,'T/]I,'~ I 'UKD INDUSTRIE WINDOW TINTING ~| ~EVERGREENS -- BULBS I I Ultra violet FORMERLY SOLARPAQUE GRASS SEEDS -- FERTILIZERS J Contractors-Suppliers I .~.r~.nt, hy REDUCES GLARE-- j J PREVENTS FADING-- We are experfs in landscaping REDUCES HEAT For A " and Nursery Problems HEATING AND PLUMBING C~L[. 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