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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1961. Teams I By ROBERT A. WILLEMS The surprised Comets even at- Three wins, two losses, one tie tempted two field goals, from the snowed real metll~ans-talmuug" Saturday night a W. ds ck: ?)s~)~ and plenty of action--that's the124 and the 19, but failed. When the ' way, the lg61 gridiron season end" gun sounded, the st~)tistics ~howed ~iit~r ~ii::ii!i ea ior me majorny oi me six that St. Mary ,was' only able to diocesan high school grid squads pick up four first downs and last weekend. Cadets, Bulldog Wins And as the pads and helmets yards on offense, 58 by rushing, while the Comets ran for 132 The victory for the Marmion Were being put away for another ,rib, year amid the settling dust of /bruising battle the tally sheet "~" showed Newman on tOP followed closely by Marian and then Mar- THE OBSERVER 'Athletics Must Bow Studies' e WBBM, Channel 2, Chicago Saturday, Nov. 11 12:30 Picture for A Saturday After- noon "The Accusing Finger" A-II 4:30 The Early Show "Treasure Island" A-I NEW YORK, (NC) -- Father!10:15The Best of CBS "The En- i forcer" A-It Laurence J. McGinley, S.J presi- Sunday, Nov 12 told,12:00] Picture For A Sunday After- dent 0f Fordham university, noon Part I "Holiday in Mexi- co" A-I a gathering of leading sports fig-/ 2:oo Picture For A Sunday After- ures here that education musti son"n n PartA.i II "Tennessee John- take priority over athletics if the lo:15 The Late Show "Phifft!" B 12:30 The Late, Late Show "The American college is properly to Hoodlum Saint" A-II Monday, Nov. 13 fulfill its role The Jesuit spoke at a luncheon of the Sportsmanship Brother- hood. Overlook Principles "The recent disclosures of point- shaving and bribery on the patti of a few of the 14,000 college stu- dents who play basketball pro- I0:15 The Late Show "Rogues of Sherwood Forest" A-I Tuesday, Nov. 14 4:30 The Early Show "Miss Susie Single's" A-I 10:15 The Late Show "Desert Fury" A-II 12:30 The Late, LateShow "Up Goes Maisie" A-I Wednesday, Nov. 15 4:30The Early Show "Fingers at the Window" A-i 10:15 The Late Show "Holiday Week" B The Late, Late Show "Rodan" yards and passed for another 65, Cadets Saturday at Elmhurst gave duced a devastating explosion. 12:3o A.II picking up 12 first downs, that team a 5-3-0 standing for the The subsequent fall-out was even Thursday, Nov. IS "The Way of All Flesh" A-II The three teams claiming vic-season and a 3-2-0 third place =worse, in its exposure of the 4:30 The Early Show drive for material gain," Father10:15 The Late Show "Jesse James" tory were Boylan, which downed mark in the Suburban Catholic McGinley said. A-it conference. Cadet scores were 12:30 The Late, Late Show "Swing talon, while Aquin placed fourth, made i~a the first quarter on a "Some basic principles tend to Fever" A-II Friday, Nov. 17 B0ylan fifth, and st. EdwardDiocesan High two-yard plunge by Larry Ward be overlooked. The first principle io:15 TheDiedLateofShame"Sh w "TheA.i ShipThat sixth, and in the fourth period on an is that the purpose of a college 12:30 The Late, Late Show "Thun- Grid ,-- --, vC:tanAin'~s aerial and on an intercepted pass is to educate students This is a der in the Valley" A-I Newman'sHighlight oftie thewithfinaIst.roundMaryWaSof with Jim Nardone the receiver in solemn commitment. The second WISC, Chaunel 3, Madison Saturday, Nov. ll Clinton at Sterling Friday night w L T Pet, Pts. Opn. both cases, is that our colleges and univer- 10:3o Fabulous Fifties Theater "Bat- for the Comets althouvh stormed Newman 8 l 1 .SI3 132 20:T " r" f A ' d sities are not trying to educate tle circus" B ~, rr Marian 6 2 0 75010868 lue DU luogs o qum ceppe cnmnuter~ If th~v ~re any ~,~d Sunday, Nov 12 " I v ~, j ~, j or ) cold by tee Clinton Irlsh on a Mar.talon S ~? . S 25 L2.~ . 4t,their win in the fourth ouarter 11:00 THE CHRISTOPHERS m" dd" field clinched the Illowa Aqmn 44 n .s~ m ~]~1 -: mey Will try to eaucate me WhOle < Friday, Nov. 17 u .y,Boylan 3 S @ 375S8 1 $ OI a baturuay game to ilnlsn ule .~ ;. ;.*^.~ *^A ~ ~,-.- ~ ~ 11:00 Theater Three "Sands of Iwo conferencepennant besides plac- St. Edward . 1 5 2 .25032 128 season with a 500 mark a fifth- "~'a" *" La' ~'~a'~u ll"L~ff'at '~ Jima" A-II " ~ . ~. ~ n I ' . - I~'I.NI~ P'I~/~IHJP-JKIP3D PJttlJ~l/8---ln me snauow o[ an ancient JLII~Ye ~IIULIllA Ln~i:l [Jli:lU~ IUt VU]k~][~.I01 d[~hatltl$t ~ d['~o~O' l mg tlrst m UlOcesan stanulngs, place finish in the race tor the,"'- -~ The '~ame can also be consider the Marian sophs 25-0; and Mar- won church in Assisi, native city of St. Francis, a Franciscan friar sports In such a program,' he Saturday, Nov. 11 s " . . : ~ .~ ~ ~ ~tepnenson uile W qlcn mey ^ -.a ini-een~ of the -'rent nature continued 8,00 Saturday Night at the Movies ^a ~ ~l ~n ~;.~ll.hf ~o-a-=e [11110[1 WiILULI LtLtltl[J~Ut .ttl.lltl(ll IAIO.b~:; 1 . ~,l.q~l~ H=~ U"U~ =" a E,'~OtU=~ =~='= ~ ~ " " "Halls of Montezuma" A-II vu a wc~r,~ ~ 8 ~ ~'"" "" - . ~, - - - last year,- ~h= I,~ich AiA with a 2-4 record [Conceptmn oi rJlmnurst t8-6; ann loving saint. The founder of this friar s order, the patron saint Mind--Top Priority lO:IO Movie S "Running Target" :"'~ ".~ ,~ 7" " t. ::{ Aquin which edged Lena-Winslow The deciding tally for the Bull-of Italy used to praise God "for our little brothers, the birds." "Th~ develo,~ment of stamina A'IIsunda-, Nov 12 nelo me mvoreu ~umet~, w, =l do-- was made b'" fullback Val ' ' ~ v ~ . - 12-6 gs Y i d h m 1.0o Cllannel 5 Playhouse "Feudin' 6-0 mark, to a scoreless tze al-t . couragefa rness an t e co- -,' s ne,l~USSln ann A Planting A'I ' " third bamm wno capped a ustm a ~ . . . though the hard:drwmg Newman-I. The,Boy!anwm,only .~e TD's drive with a three-yard plunge. ~,~' ~'/~ r~l~l~'ll'l~ll/~l~' I I~'/~l~tll~tAl 'lpetitlve spirit, he,a.dded~ are allilo.15 MOV~on~daSa~odo~ A It ites penetrated ~t. lvmry territory in elgin ~tarlu, collie -Their first TD was chalked u- in wla]l~ ~/~l~a|]|||~ll| |III~]V|I~;II~t part o~ me goou mmgs in eauca-~ 4:00 Movie 5 ~Iatine'e "The Big as far as the 8, 14, 9 and 13-yardlby Peter Gulatto on a pass, and v |- /tion But when we come to the i Knife" B ' J ' li im On ena and me nrst quarter oy ~enlor quar- ' . Tuesday, Nov, 14 hnes at various times during the Greg Marmel,J g terback Greg Bares on a 13-yard CHICAGO--Personnel officers from the United States Department mat!er of.prlorlt!es, !he bodyI 4:00 ~oyie,5 Matinee "Patrick the game }St~ve Hess on runs. The victory ~ o ^. ,1 im-oi~ ~tate Em'~lo-'ment Service office 73 W /must De SUDOrninate to me mino. l ~re ~t. ,~-~ . ~-- run. bena-winslow scored their u~ ot~te w oe aL tlle ~ ~ O V S ' "/ "- a de subordi I w.eanesaay, ~ov. la , Ullle~;~ ~pOrt~ le 11|~ 4 00 Movie 5 Matinee Fort Yuma to,chdown in the second neriod Washinuton street through Nov. 18 (except Veteran's Day) to selectt . . "l : " " ~" ' Y. ' - note the nature of sports in a ~, --- --- - Ma,4an St Ed Routed applications for employment in stenographic, secretarial, commum-] . . Thursday, Nov. 16 r'r tn-nr -nT- UnTTU=Ur-~; "" ' " ~ iti in ""a-hin" ~cottege program is misunoer- 4.00 Movie 5 Matinee "Last of the ~ie V|I~I~KII/ @.JIJ/II|UI~ In the final two games ofthe/canons, accounting, mau, recoru and nLe clerk pos ons w ~ g'/stooa. wnat nan oegun as an eau- ' Wild Horses" AII- ,- weekend Camnion of Prairie du ton D.C. and at overseas posts around the world n Friday, Nov. 17 , r i- .~' " ~ ; tcauon alter class wire some iun 4:00 Movie 5 Matinee "Deputy l Chien Wis dumped Marima of! ~egmmng salaries range Irom ~,~o a year for clerk-t:,e,ot pos,-iattached to it has become a big Marshall" A-I . FREEPORT -- It IS always 1or a visit over me weekend, one Wood'stock "31-0" and Notre Dame I tions in Washington, to $4,495 a year for secretarial positions over- / time -ublic entertainment " " WITI, Channel 6, Milwaukee thrilling for the youngsters to spent 5 years at St. Vincent and of Niles blast~t St Edward of seas V ' Saturday Nov 11 have a free day especially when entered the service after gradu- rl.~. a~n ' I High school graduates at least 18 years of age who type at leastl The Jesuit educator said it6:00 EIlms from'the "Fifties "The ~,~ =~- ',f Human Jungle" D it.happens to come In the middle orlon from high school last June It was only the second defeat I b0 words per minute, can begin their careers at the department's would require time and e! ort !ol l:oo The Late Show "Sealed Car- of the week Such a day was ~ ~ ~ *~'"-"ao'' f"r the Woodstock I headquarters office in Washington as clerk-typists at $3 760, and if,[enmmate .me moral .oreaKoown. m, go S~dav Nov 12 . . .~ .~ . zwr. refer wa~y.~l ul ~ucr,- u~ u~ ~ on. v r - ' I colle-e athletics nut commenclea ' Wednesday, me feast o~ ~m,a ~ - a~ rz,- i ~ ~ ~ ~ ,~ ,~h tin addition can take shorthand dictation at 80 worcts per minute I e,9:00 MASS FOR SHUT-INS - LUIU nagenerousl u.ereu ~, -~ ~- ~o .u. ~o ~ ~s o-, ' Saints Althouzh it was a misty,g,Y Id. l,~ 1. ~fonna)'~nhor~ ~t .~4 1140 this objective as the finest cha]- l 1:00 The Late Show "Storm Fear" ~ " " d s end each Sunday trom 10 to 4 put mem in secono place m UlO- [ t.ey an DLalt, aD Ll~xi'~'~, V~. -~L~ . l^ ,~ ~-I~ t W,-,~]~l 1,-] f,~,~,'~ z~-,z dreary day the children enjoye P~ ~. ~ v~oi'-n "f our bo-s cesan standinos with a 6-2-0 rec-[ Applicants for the overseas positions must be high school gradu- ~enge u,e sports o.u cou ,~. l:15 TV CHAPEL n U k;Iul, rx Ill ou~J~z l~ u u J' D -- a bus ride to Rockford, a d a h' ch ul includ" l ates at least 21 years of age single without dependents willing to ~ - -- treat of "Pizza" In the evening. Lgst rS~:?y s~l:ti~g,ed b:sketball Or~arian threatened three times, w.ork at an: :n~:fe~:r~6n::S~h:b:~ldt atdo ~a;2 ;:~:5~nm~Tdum :~ ~o - :" ~ continues to games and a bus ride through the twice in the first half when theylthree year . p ,y . YP ,P ~ a pastime rmnute Is re ulred toy all Sltlons baldrics lot eleIKS W1U1 three chill da s countryside. The Sisters are es- were stopped on the eight and l " " q ' po'" . . " De very popular mesa Y Y - --'-" f'-' f^r -n'" "ssist " -' '-- :s experien-e b, gin at $4 010 a year and range to :;4 49i a year == =,==ss ps P@,m~m@ " ' Some pec auy grate ul u a y ~ " me tz-yaru tint, s, ailu OllCe 1[1 Llle " . " . . . ' , ~S roller skating m the gym. secretaries with six years experience. All applicants are required lCNI'[[ IILI: ,IKI . PAGE 9 e Monday, Nov. 13 9:30 The Early Show "Lucky Jor- dan" B I0:20 The Late Show "To Each His Own" A-II Tuesday, NoV. 14 7:40 TV CHAPEL 9:30 The Early Show "No Time for Love" A-II 10:20 The Late Show "Captain China" A-II 12:35 TV CHAPEL Wednesday, Nov. I$ 7:40 TV CHAPEL 9:30 The Early Show "Eyes in the Night" A-I 10:20 TheLate Show "Tycoon" A-II 12:35 TV CHAPEL Thursday, Nov. 18 9:30 The Early Show "Valley of the Sun" A-I 10:20 The Late SlanT "Susan Slept Here" B 12:35 Late, Late Show "The Eagle and the Hawk" B Friday, Nov. 17 9:30 The Early Show "Those En- dearing Young Charms" A-II 12:35 Shock Theater "Island of Lost Men" A-II WOC, Channel 6, Davenport Sunday, Nov. 12 11:15 Premiere Performance "Th( Darned Don't Cry" B Monday, Nov. 13 12:10 Movie Matinee "The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxei'" A-I Tuesday, Nov. 14 12:10 Movie Matinee "Easy Living" A-II Wednesday, Nov. 15 12:10 Movie Matinee "The Blazing Forest" A-I Thursday, Nov. 16 12:10 Movie Matinee "Bachelor Mother" A-II Friday, Nov. 17 12:10 Movie Matinee "Captain China" A-If Sunday, Nov. 12 10:45 SACRED HEART PROGRAM. 11:00 Sunday Movie "People Vs. Dr. Klldare" A-I Tuesday, Nov. 14 11:30 Tuesday Theater "Kathleen') A-I Wednesday, Nov. IS 11:30 Academy Theater "Another Thin Man" A-II Friday, Nov. 17 11:00 Playhouse "Tarzan's Secret Treasure" A-I ,12:40 Pa~ama Playhouse "Notoriu$ Lone Wolf" A-II WKOW, Channel $7, Madisoe Saturday, Nov. I1 10:00 Fanfare "Halliday Brand" A'IIsunday, Nov. 12 10:00 HOUR OF ST. FRANCIS 11:00 Sunday Movie "Whistle at Eaton Falls" A-I 12:30 Fanfare "Halliday Brand') A-It Monday, Nov, 13 I0:30 THE CHRISTOPHERS 10:25 The Late Show "Huk" A-I Tuesday, Nov. 14 I0:25 The Late Show "This Thin| Called Love" B Wednesday, Nov. I~ I0:25 The Late Show "Texas" A-It Thursday, Nov. 18 10:25 The Late Show "Susan Slept Here" B Friday, Nov 17 10:55 The Late Show "Woman's Vengeance" A-II WTVO, Channel 39, Rockford Saturday, Nov. II 8:00 Saturday Night at the Movies "Halls of Montezuma" A-II 10:45 The Big Movie "The Yellow' Cah Man" A-I Sunday, Nov. 12 10:30 Humphrey Feature Theater "Dial M For Murder" A-It WISN, Channel 12, Milwaukee yPa ~ Sunday, Nov. 12 ~ #['~ idea Meeting 8'30 SACRED HEART K ' " - R0C FORD--0ffmers commit. l-finny, Nov. 17 10:45 The Big Movie"Watch on tees, and all interested members Rhine A II " " of the Young Catholic Adults will WREX, Channel 13 Raekford, hold an 'Idea Meeting' in St. Saturday Nov11 ' Peter church h.all Thursday Nov 10:50 Crown Theater "Tarzan and ' " the Leopard Woman" A-II ,16, at 8 p.m. - New&U-~ed Piano~an l-Organs /I H A Y W A R D CONN--3 locations. Woodstock FED. II om,Tn ~-n~tsn mns~se=e. 8.1574, McHenry EV. 5-2251. North-[| ~UU|I'! ELblII I'NAKMAUI tOwne Rockford TR. 6-1905. [[ " ' I Open 8 A.M. TIll 10 P. M OVER 100 New and Used 1 . - Pianos and Organs to Choose Fromll =vnr~ uo~ 330 N Main St Rockford WO 3-8234 1 n . ,~ JACKSON' PIANO STORE [i ~ou,o ~) rn. =n )-eo~a ~o. I=igm ~i -. "1 --~-MA~ERS=I~C)NU~MEN~IVS---]] Thnel s Drug Store ROBERT TRIGG & SON I CLIFFORD THIEL, Pharmacist 114 S First St WO 4-2741 | ~G-E-~ --t| Expert Prescriptlon Service -- - ~=Used Clothing. Furniture. Dishes, l| ~AI 13.nel==rll.I CU ~x~ta~ Lamps and all householdarticles)l ""'" in the Rockford store, we have all ELGIN new department dedicated to Re-Ill ligious articles. Prices to fill yourl ~~ immediate budget. Come in and browse around. 1019 West State St Rockford, in Aurora, Catholic Sol- ~ ~ I~t = A vage is located at 201 North Lake [(: ] [~l N ( ' St. ~ ~E I ~ Open Rate--10c a word--S4.48 per IlIMg~&/ Mt'~ inch. Contracts, ~/z-lnch. 13 consecu. *," .v~v~ tive weeks: $1.96 weekly for a total 364 Division :- Elgin of $25.48. ContraCts l&-inch, 13 con- nial bl~rwnnd I 14OO secutive weeks: $3,78 weekly for [years experience begin at $4,010 a year and range to $4,495 a year race he can give them as they fourth when they reached the[fur se '.retaries wi:h six years ext .~i ence All applic~nt~ are r~.qaired of the boys and girls are getting Badgers four Campion had much[t qualify on performance tests, physical examinations and back- a total of $49.14. to be trul ex rt at this health- onserve me long winter weekends the better of'the statistics, chalk-|gr und investigations Elecfrical Contracting It Pay To Advertise Y pe approaching ful, form of recreation.~ ,I " " ing up 346 yards rushing 23 from[ Interviews will be conducted from 9 to 4 p.m.; Tuesdays, until 7 .'Football suits and equipment I~ I- / // passing, on 14 first downs' while p.m and Saturday, November 18, only from 9 a.m. to noon. Patronize have been put away and now all ~lacKnawK Marian had 83 yards from rush- ;ten ion is being centered on bas- ing and 86 from passing-on 11 eCnrpet Our Advertisers Everything for the MOTORIST Itb~ I. Under the Leadership Of[C~AI i,~lt~ T II first downs, eDropery MA 5-2424 Dial SHerwood I-2S77 ieir coaches, Mr Bill Gallagher ]~,]tll,ll,~Ul~ l~l I In The Cellar O Linoleum 310 EAST THIRD STREET and Mr. Jack O'Rourke, our boys =e ~.s The St. Edward 11 put up a MA S.0750 hope to boast of great success this Ni~W /h m c: good scrap in their contest with OFilm Projectors OTapa Recorders STERLING, ILLINOIS Koehhrs Local and Long Distance S.ale.s.--Serv-lceTR.entals, 11 East 14th Street Sterling ye.ar. Serious practice got under- '~ v~ ms s~.~s s~.*~,~ the Notre Dame Dons of Niles wrnoros~n)s ~l'no~o rlmsmn9 on Nov. 6. The first game of a Friday but were outweighed and ~ovnng OHallmnrk Greeting Card, = Rexall Pharmacy COMPANY ,NC way ~e season will be with St Mary ,~ --- '~v,~*~,~. outplayed being overwhelmed 42- Charter Buses Sterling Camera Center, Inc. Fine Dairy Products - " wiidliIe conservation and ~cout - AMBOY, ILLINOIS school of Ore,~on on Sundw~ Nov 0. The win clinched the Suburban 324 1st Ave. MA 5 1315 19th. ~' skills will highlight the activities Catholic title for the Dons while Ph. ,o,o .o, KLI ~'S Dial SH I-2S36 ELGIN of the 150 Boy Scout troops of h l Wave i ~~ ~~'~'~~"~- "Speciall p'ayerst ~ ma'k'ngt 1 the the Blackhawk area council',Boy thethe cel SSllarPUtin d'ocette Gsa'eennstand.ngs,i "n 305-307 W. 14th St. Rock Falls Camera Center ,ourFAMitY DEPARTMENT STORE SLOUF BROTHERS [ Franz -Rirhards I thd nd 3r AnnlveIs r Scouts of America for the next 80th bir ay a d ' a y " The tone of the contest was set ROCK FALLS, ILLINOIS 207 1st Ave. Rock Falls I* * * * * *1 few months it was announced by h f w of the coronation o[ our Holy,' in t e irst period hen the Dons MAin $-1846 See Our Selection of RUG and FURNITURE CLEANERS Tucked--o /INSURANCE I Father, Pope John xxIII, were of-slonerC" W. Inman, council commis- took the kickoff to their own 40 ~ New Fall Clothing For ,I d on r * * * * *| fared on Sat. Nov. 4th. Ill his " [and then scored on a 60-yard run. Est. 1932 1207 Now York Streot sermon, on Sunday Father. Ambre November Theme ,IThe Green.Wave penetratedv . Notre ~ LEO J. LAUFF-Insurance Every Member of the Family Ph Aur a TW ~.lSl;1 Freeport, III. | pointed out some of the interest- Mr. Inman explained that while iDame territory se eral times but ~/~, Dial MA 5-0d8~ ~ -- -- ing events in the life of our pres- most troops are active in the were never close to a score STERLING AND DIXON efit Pontiff, his simple piety, and council's upcoming major activi-I Only 3 Games Left " --" /ncome Tax Service Save Time . . . Save Steps . . Save Money BROADWAY BODY SHOP HARRI TON excellent leadership in these ties such ag Roundup and Free-[ Thus, the season ended for 20~ East Third Street Sterling, IIHnols J.R. KINGSLEY I[I trbubled times, dom week, they also have special Aquin, Boylan, Marmion and St. Complete P*i,tinglii McKINSTRA -- themes eaehmontb.'Edward. Marian hastwogames[u ' f DE ANNE S '.' "-' ", H/ COAL -- FUEL OIL Mrs Marjorle Baker hcensmg v 1 I " ." "," " During No ember the troops f remaining on their schedue andJ sin North groodwuy Aurorn II| Dial ADoms 2-0517 representative of the Department ill h z h f e h cl e' - w' emp asie elpingothers, and[Newman one beor t eytoo us ;l I TW 2oIB81 ,ill' Freeport, Illinois of Pubhc Welfare, visited our 111 f u h l ', . . w" oc s on t e sk'lls needed to/up shop. ,| , home on two occasions during the be helpful. [ The next game for Marian will,' '/~/EE| FOR~ past several weeks. We were Other Themes /be against Walhert of Dubuque il For ~ ,wI/I pleased to .nave ner report that Mr Inman described the De-IIowa, Saturday at Woodstock at~i| F E LT ES Ill Century Autumn,it Hea,lng our House Is m oruer Alter oo-;" ~" "~ f"llowed b, their final con ,t ~ U~| 'J~ (~A~r.~J~ .~ ' Hotpoint Appliances " cemoer meme as a i~elpmg~v # ii Coats Suits COAL & GRAVEL CO. I/I E,i,o, Con,rooting serving me cnuaren in me class- ' / a~ i r Dame of Niles i| --See- = Hand for Wlldllf~.",test oa nst Not e , r~.l, .at meals ana,tturlng t.nelr "Win with Skill' will be thel again at Woodstock at 8 p.m. Fri-',J ~ SAND--GRAVEL--BLDG. MATERIAL I/I Kahl Appliance Smice recreauon periods she ,n tea an. Ja" nuary meme." Ilday, Nov. 17. Inl ~ * Rt. 2S Ne,th Au,*r* III r 7-82-8 Mople Pork air ox cneerlumess anout the Newman "%" their final sea ~= HOme which indicates that all 186 ]son conteste a~ainst Rock Fall~ r| e Dresses M|lhnery i!i ~ members ofourlargefamityare Our Lady's island, near Wax-latRockFatls~F-riday. !| Take th Wheel " E. W. Schmeling being as well cared for as is hu- ford, Ireland, where Commodore [ -- -- il ;:n:o PHIPPS manly possible. J hn Barry, founder of the United I ,I, Th Sportswear Accessories nun rchondi II & S0ns, Inc. : ----- States navy, was baptized, basil Fren Delivery in Your Vicinity III e o, Sensible Prices III "Joe Sneeshy, presently on fur- a famed shrine and monastic]| Headquarters ) III AJ. Plonty .~ Fm P.rk~ng I/I lO~1 Scho, s R ~.rd lough from the Navy, stopped in nlins dating to the 6th century. !1 Simmons Bedding I I --- !1 Kr hl.r ,urni,ur. I/I Gift Items Bntovlo and Morengo II Lumber--Millwork--FueI--Palnt ' '-"""'""' !1 = ; Alexander-Lumber Co. "':: EDNA N. NATTRESS SHOP "Dixon's Fashion Center" 124 Galena Avenue Dixon, Illinois AT 4-8341 RUBY R. NATTRESS, Owner DOUG'S 3 DEUCES Package Store O Cocktail Lounge DOUG CURRAN Proprietor 222 Wast First Street '. Dixon, Illinois Your Frinndly Independent Grocer Serve Yourself and Save i FINEST IN MEATS We Give S&H Green Stamps 8rinton at Brad=haw Dixen, Illlnoie in Lay-Away or Convenient All Buildino suppli, Point, Hardware and Charge Accounts Rigid Frame Garages 310 Second Avenue -- Sterling -- MAin 5-2290 CRYSTAL LAKE McHENRY, ILL. 459-1050 EV S-1424 Pontiac (GOOD-WILL USED CARS) Tempest 401 Locust St. Sterling, ill, 1823 Locust Street, Sterling Electric Shop Inc. Westinghouse Appliance) Amana Refrigerators & Froezers E|ecfr~cal Confracting & Repa/r PHONE: AT 4-0011 213 Wost First Street DIXON, ILLINOIS "Insurance Exclusively" DIXON NATIONAL BANK BUILDING Colonial Acres Rest Home One Of Illinois Finest Rest Homes For The Chronically Ill, The Elderly ond The Convalescent America's (Plymouth -- Valiant) FINER for FRIZOL STERLING HOME .nd IMPROVEMENT CO. Cars BECKMAN R** ing -- Siding Insqlatina -- Paints AUTO PARTS 2704 Locust St Sterling, III. 141 North 4th St - DeKalb MA 5-0625 STERLING POTTER'S DRIVE-IN CLEANERS & LAUNDRY Phones AT 3-8341 and 3-8351 OIXON ILLINOIS BURIAL VAULTS Automatic Sooling Deluxe VAULTS Chas. A. Miller Co. Beloit, Wis. -- Durand, It|. A&S Dairy, Inc. Pasteurized Grade "A" Dairy Products 423 LOCUST STREET, STERLING VINCENT A. SCHUH COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE GRAIN--FERTILIZER--SEED--COAL Phone EM 5-6145 or S-3225 Virgil, Illinois PHONES OFC. AT 2-8174 RES. AT 4-7071 Colonial Acres KENNETH E. MELVIN, PRES. MA 6-0233 16th AVE. and SCIENCE RIDGE RD STERLING, ILLINOIS VINCE BUCHMEIER'S Your .Authorized Plymouth-Valiant Dealer COAL and OIL 24 Kimball Street Elgin, Illinois Donahue Furniture "Where Your House Becomes a Home" 119 E. Calhoun WOODSTOCK--FE 8-1086 ) #