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PAGE 6 THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER I0, 1961 ROCKFORD -- Sam Levenson, popular television comedian, will appear at the Coronado theater Monday, Dec. 11, at 8 p.m. under the sponsorship of the Catholic Woman's league The ways and means committee is in charge of the benefit, and profits will be ISt. Thom M Plan Christmas Women I ELGIN--"To a wide variety of gifts and decorations, add quanti- ties of hot food conveniently served; mix in fun for children and adults, spice with surprises, sprinkle with music and pour into a Christmas village,'--this is the Mrs. Baler explained the in- creased food facilities have been arranged to enable families to en- joy a longer stay at the "Bizarre" and for the convenience of out-of- town visitors. Other Attractions REPRESENT GIRL SCOUTS AT ROUNDUP--Suzanne Mahlburg, Kathleen Van Ausdall (left) and Mary Cholke (second from right) are Senior Girl Scouts from Rockford parishes who are among 14 named by the Rock River Valley council of Girl Scouts to attend the International Roundup in Ver- mont in July. Alternates are Marie Gasparini (center) and Kathleen Peterson (right). The Very Best Fish Fry oo+ s1 All the Perch you can eat Friday 5:30 P. M. to 9 Buslnessmen's Lunch Daily 11:30 to 2 P.M. Banquet Facilities e ROCKFORD--Three Senior Girl Scouts from Rockford Catholic parishes are among 14 Scouts named by Rock River Valley Button Bay, Vt on Lake Cham- plain. Mary Cholke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cholke, and recipe members of the St. Thomas Other attractions at the "Bl- More Catholic Woman's club are zarre" will i cl o . .:,:, . n Hoe a orawmg Iur tallowing m preparauon 1or mew a col r t I vi io . o e e s n set, a post oince second annual Christmas "m- ,with surprise packages from all zarre' to be beld in the scbool aver the world, a white elephant muiu-purpose room, 1625 Hzgn-[booth, and the sale of a holiday lana Ave ~aturuay, l~ov. 18, fromt cookbook. Visitors signing the 1 to 10 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 19, guest book each day will be eligi- from 8 a.m. to 5 p m. ble to win a 30-cup coffee urn. Several new ingredients have The puppet show and pictures been added to the "Bizarre" this taken with Santa head the list of year- according to the co-chair amusements for children while men, Mrs. William Baler and the "Sleigh Ride" offers fun for Mrs. A. K. Griffeth. Brunch will adults. be offered after all Masses on Individual shops at the "Bizarre" DISPLAY TOYS--Members of the Blessed Sacrament sodality of St. Bridget parish, Loves Park, Sunday and hot plate luncheons will display children's wear, holt- are sponsoring a Christmas bazaar Nov. 19 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the church hall. Shown above will be served both Saturday and day decorations, religious arti- checking some of the toys that will be sold in the toy booth are Mmes. Lawrence Keane, Dan Sunday all during the "Bizarre" cies, aprons, gift items, baked used to help defray the expenses Wenz, Marvin Webber and Donald Campbell. Highchairs will be available and goods and Christmas delicacies of remodeling the conven~ of the q students from St. Edward high such as plum puddings and fruit Missionary Servants of the Most m ss t' At r, ! z school will provide table service, cakes. Blessed Trinity who staff St HOld ,st. anne 3oaallTyj - Elizabeth Social Center. ]aa / E. "1" I II /vlernDersnl lea Reserved seat tickets may he A+ C+ P I Griffetb are the following cbair- obtained through ways and means 4~1 ~)lo i,1111~t~1 men: Mr. Roy Flora, finance; J ROCKFORD--St. Anne sodality cna rman, mrs. Lmvtd ~uamger, f ~" P + "" El'" JMrs. Donald Berna, publicity; o ,~1i ~ ~ ~ r~ a -^. / LOVES PARK -- The annual lO ~t eter partsn w t nave a Mrs. Stewart Bond and Mrs. Don- man 2420 Sauber and Mrs. JohnsOn stress nazaar sponsorea ny 18 from 2 "- 4 -m -t u. h---- ' ',tO [J, . ~ t/l~ OlIle McCabe, 3627 Huffman Blvd. I the Blessed Sacrament sodality of: of Mrs Charles Thomas, i405 Na- Later Wetses Commumty Box ' ' 'St. Bridget parish will be held tional "Ave. All women of the Office will also have tickets forI . sale. ISunday' Nov. 19, from 8 a.m. unt ]IParmh are mvtted to attend. HAMPSHIRE--The Rev. Anselm Kish in St. Committee Heads Assisting Mrs. Baier and Mrs. Weddings ald Fitchie, color TV raffle. Chairmen of the individual booths are: Mrs. Joseph Ross, AURORA--Miss Kathleen M. Da- Mrs. Donald Chouinard, Mrs. vidson and Trayon Michael church, Nov. 4. Richard Peterson, Mrs. Rita ~ 12 p.m. in the church hall. Coffee! Mrs. Charles Cacciatore, mem- Romb, 0.F.M. Conv St. Mary Miss Catherine Clemens and John Mitchell, Mrs. John T. Foley, Mrs. Anderson in Our Lady of Good A tormer scnom teacher, ~aml t bersn'ip cna" iiman, aas~asKea" " minor seminary, Crystal Lake, Counsel church, Nov. 4. Jerry Baler, Mrs. Bradley Levenson is currentb, one of theland rolls will be served the entire " Miss Judy Durham and Joseph Rhoades, Mrs. Robert Vierling, J I I board members to serve as has- will be the guest speaker at the Kucginski, Jr in St. Joseph church, most popular monologists on the time and Luncheon wm De servea ~. ' ]tesses. a suver ouermg wm oe Mr. and Mrs.Clifford Norris, entertainment world I tram 11 a m unul 2 p.m Elgin deanery, Diocesan Council oct. 2s. ~ " " ' Imaue mr ~nrm~mas cnarny mr CRYSTAL LAKE--Miss Ann Rath- Mrs. G. A. McTavish, Mrs~ Roy " -- i A special attraction at this!needy families, of Catholic Women, open meeting ford and Gary Still in St. Thomas '. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Zenoiyear,s bazaar will be Santa Claus l the Apostle church. Oct. 28. Flora, Mrs. Bernard Johnston, ELGIN--Miss Lana Kay Winchest- Mrs.Sam Vascellaro, Mrs. Har- Gasparini, St. Mary parish, er and Ronald Alvine in St. Mary old Hansen, Mrs. Elsie Franta, church, Oct. 14. The local council's team will be FREEPORT--Miss Teresa Czer- Miss Violet Ross, Mrs. Robert O1- vionke and David J. Murray in St. augmented by two foreign Girl Joseph church, Oct. 28. layos, Mrs. Margaret Marks, Mr. Scouts or Girl Guides who will FREEPORT--Miss Angela Vtncer and Mrs. Richard Sund, and Mrs. and Stanley A. Lawson in St. Mary Thomas O'Connetl. spend several weeks of training church, Oct. 28. attend. Miss Mary P. Stein and Martin R. with the Rock River Valley coun- Balsamo in St. Mary church, Oct. 281-1AMPSHIRE- Miss Marjorie Schedule Card Thompson and Wendell Schiesher in ery St. Charles Borromeo church, oct |Party 28OREGON--Miss Sue Long and Nov, 16 cil scouts before the group leaves Mrs. Ralph Hess, Mrs. James Mrs. Joseph Smith, dean- SUPPER CLUB council of Girl Scouts to attend Kathleen Van Ausdall, daughter for Roundup.articles, Mrs. Claus Lage; aprons Lacey and Mrs. Lawrence Flynn, president, will preside and 1116 South Main Rockfordthe Third International Senior of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Van Aus- 10,000 to Attend and fancywork, Mrs. Mille John- Mrs. James Habegger and Mrs. ireports will be made by affiliate Roundup July 13 to 31, 1962, at dall, both of St. James pro-cathe- The international roundup will+son; tree decorations, Mrs. Joseph W. F. Lisman. presidents and deanery chairmen, wayne sawyer in st. Mary church, dral church, and Suzanne Mahl- be attended by 10,000 girls and Grigalauski; cook books, cards, oct. t4. " WONDER LAKE--Miss Barbara ELGIN--"Lohengrin Prevue,"a Foil & Winter Vo oti0ns +~++ bin.g, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. adults from throughout the world, wrappings, Mrs. Harry Shukis; Chivalisz and James D. Kluwe in bridal fashion show, will highlight Milton Mahlburg, a member of During the winter and spring fall arrangements, Mrs. James Christ the KinR chu.rch, Oct ]4. ~iI WOODSTOCK--Miss Donna M. the card party in St Laurence Hawaii ,-- Florida -- Nassau -- St. Peter church, were among the months, the local team will train Capicotte; table and wall decors- st.LeisChMaryandchurch.EarneStsept.D' 30.H ward in school hall Tuesday, Nov. 14, at 14 girls chosen from 64 Senior at Camp Medill McCormick tions, Mrs. Curtis West; bakery 1625 Highland Avenue MILWAUKEE--Miss Carol Ann 8 p.m. Miss Rogna Kopperdale im Arizona -- California -- Caribbean Scouts who participated in pre- Camping skills, hostessing, and and candy, Mrs. Henry Crow; Weinecke and Raymond Van De Linde, Jr of Batavia in St. Jude directing the wedding scene which Cruises -- Mediterranean Cruises -- Roundup training sessions during patrol work will feature the luncheon, Mrs. Bernard Goodoff; Elgin, Illinois church, oct. 2z. will be climaxed by serving wed- ALL ARRANGEMENTS the spring and summer months, training, rolls and coffee, Mrs. Charles ding cake to the party-goers. ~Alberts Sr and dmmg room, Eight Alternates The Misses Cholke, Van Aus-:,"; " " I1~1,~, (~l~, ~ai.~,-ri=,The annual benefit is sponsored Mrs Robert Gallagher Air Rail Steamship Hotels Car Rentals Selected among the eight alter- dall, Peterson and Gasparini areI " Invites You to Attend,oy at. Laurence Altar and Rosary Hates were Kathleen Peterson, recipients of the Marian Medal, l~-- ' ELGIN--The Mothers club of society. Door prizes and card awarded to members of girl or- --a Their Second Annual St. Edward Central high school:prizes will he awarded at the end daughter of Mr. and hit's. Kenneth lganizations for completing relig-/ ~|r~r'l H t'llld ',lv will hold a bake sale Saturday, of the evenifig. 425 7th Street Rockford, Ill.WOodland S-SB53 Peterson of St. James pro-cathe- i " dral parish' and Marie Gasparini' i us requirements al ng with their [ " Illl+TMfiS BI/ARIII Nov 11, beg nnmg at 9 a.m. and Adve t " ",I t r lsementl group programs They were f% I I continuing until 5 p.m. at Neus, + ed years ~- awarded the medal at the firstlulaen rlouse 21+ E Chicago St All items will!One hundr FOR SCHOOLS -- RECTORIES -- CONVENTS presentation of the Marian awardl ~ be prepared by the mothers of St. I W TINTING in the Rockford diocese by Bishopl AURORA--Holiday Open House Edward students, and special of Know-how . . . at ,homemade foods and baked goods your service" Uhro violet FORMERI~Y SOLARPAQUE Loras T. Lane m 1960. will be lmld in the Samaritan Decorations and Gifts Hot Food Served will be available. " aborbents by REDUCES GLARE-- ~ ]plaza of St. Joseph Mercy has- PREVENTS FADING-- . pital Nov 15 16 and 17, from 7 Color TV Drawing Fun For Adults Co-chairmen for this event are Are you planning an ad program A strange ]Jth century crucd:xJ' ' ' Mrs. John Kelly and Mrs. Rich- booklet, a membership directory REDUCES HEAT . 'i " p m nntil 10 p m It is the Christ- in llabelschwerdt church Slesm ] Puppet Show and Santa Baked Goods Sale ard Moran. This is an annual for your organization, an annivers- -"-" + 'l" crowned andImas benefit of the hospital Auxili. gowned woman, commemorates ' ers' club. report, a financial report, a house CALL FOR ~"~ ~ ~ *~'~* :' l ary fund raising project of the Moth- ary souvenir booklet, an annual FREE ~7~~ fe --eI Visitors may shop in the plaza Saturday, Nov. 18, 1-10 p.m. Noted For The mat" t who was ccucified More wmcn wm oe muy stocked wire F+n ,f F**d E IIHAIU according to legend, a mm ' -- organ, a cookbook, a new publica- Family and Party Groups we ~7C~? ]~. [tyt~, .- . " Christmas gifts and refreshments Sunday, Nov. 19, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. !re, tion? We offer editing service, prooaoly nowexer, ~t ~s a copy ' . ' - " ' ' " Welcome nq S "" lto Sa " Lucca Iwill he served by a committee dE- ~*m.~ arUsts servme, tdeas and exper- S23 WEST JEFFERSON STREET (Brunch Served After All Masses) oz me ta ou vo nto,Enjoymsnt? ience. Why not check your Let- 461S East State 5-2482 ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS I+taly Irected by Mrs. H. C. Murphy ROCKFORO " 1 Mrs. M. B. Madden has ac- THURS. terheads, Envelopes, Statements 7 P.M. cepted the position of chairman and Invoice supply? We'll gladly with Mrs. Charles McCann, her~ Inc WREX.~ requirement'sqU te you; whateverlet usY UrservePrintingyou; GIVE BUD KNOTT & SONS co-chairman. Auxiliary members ST. BERNADETTE'S "DISHIONARY" in charge of each evening's Open+~i ] ] Ckan,d letterpress and offset equipped. ' Contractors--Suppliers 1] Col/ Jock Sundberg, Berg-Sundber|(+ FOR CHRISTMAS I ,I PrinPer. & Lithographers, HEATING AND PLUMBING ~ r~7~ ~819-91h st Rockford, Illinois, I Would Like copies of "ST BERNADETTE'S Air Conditioning Wiring ~~ WO 5.4628 DISHIONARY COOK BOOK." ($2.00 plus 14c postage) T H E P H O T O G R A P H I C C E N T E R Automatic Sprinklers Power Machinery Motor Rewtlnding Sheet Metal Work Name 114 W. STATE ST. 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