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U.$. Afforney General Reminds Catholics To BeThankful For Quality Of Teaching Received Philadelphia--(NC)--U. S. At- torney General James P. McGran- ery reminded students and alumni ~f Roman Catholic High School for oys here that they should be thankful for the high type of in- Struction offered at the institution by the lay and clerical teachers. "Perpetual thanks may well be ours," he said, "for escaping the influences of so-called inteUigenc- ia who infest the ranks of facul- ties of many schools--men so lack- ing in mental and moral discipline that they attempt to destroy the patriotism and the religious faith of the students and actually to en- list them in the ranks of commun- ists--the foreign legion of "Athe- istic Soviet." Speaking before the 55th anni- versary meeting of the Cahill Club of this Catholic high school, Mr.! ~IcGranery said that the teachers there functioned with the aim of developing the natural faculties of ruth, "to train the will and the tellect in conformity with the in-I ternal principles of Catholic Phil- osophy and in the light of divinely revealed truth." Mr. McGranery, a former U. S. District Court Judge, told the Ca- hill Club that it is the obligation of the Catholic laymen to be "the | Boston --- (NC) -- Archbishop Richard J. Cushing of Boston is preparing a Christmas card list of members of the armed forces ser- apostle of good example in the pat- tern of Christian manhood." Such Catholic action, he added, "be- comes a dynamic force felt at home and abroad. It is the fulfilling of, the ideal set forth by our school and all institutions thus spiritu- ally endowed." Thanksgiving Festival Planned For Sublette Parish, Nov. 18 To 20 Subletto--A three-night Thanks- giving Festival for the benefit of Our Lady of Perpetual Help church will be held in the Community building, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 18, 19 and 20. Tuesday night is a general card party sponsored by ladies of the parish. Five-Hundred, Euchre, Pi- nochle and Bridge will be played. Refreshments will be served. Wed- nesday night, Johnny Kaye and his orchestra will play for a dance. Lunch will be served by ladies of the parish. On Thursday night, the Holy Name society is in charge of games, lunch and refreshments. Several door prizes will be awarded each night and on Thurs- day night will be the awarding of grand prizes. Various other en- tertainment will be provided each night of the Festival. Home-made candy will be sold all three nights |ng in Korea. Through The Pilot,] and the St. Anne society is span- archdiocesan newspaper, he l~s in- [ soring a fancywork booth. vited persons who wish to have a The Rev. E. J. Lehman, pastor, Dame included in the list to send and parishioners cordially invite it to him with recipient's address, all their friends to attend. k al Smart Wearing Apparel For Ladies, Misses' and Children DRY GOODS ~ SHOES M. F. MALONE 1896-1952 230-4 E. L. Hwy. VIRGIL COOK Electrical Contractor Tel. 160 620 E. Lincoln Highway---DeKalb loru,,,' II I - 3,o OAKSTREET III S T I L L S II I TFI;P.n. "111 OoXVb, VlJinol, II I ............. III :n.h A Or.g Store II I SERVICE GROCERY & MARKET Tel. 701-702 518 E. Licoln Higkwy, DeKlb READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS AND KNOW Who Will Appreciate YOUR BUSINESS Guldbeck & Ecktrom CONCRETE BREAKING 1224 E. Lincoln Highway Phone 744 DeKlb, III. PHARMACY PHONE 71 DeKALB, ILL. WM. M. MERCER, R.Ph. G. H. McGINTY, R.Ph. I 0C Je CARNEY & LONGENECKER ROCHELLE'S STYLE STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS Established 1906 TOWNSEND JEWELRY STORE WATCHES & DIAMONDS Syracuse China --- Tiffin Crystal Phone 19--424 LIn4~ln Hwy.---Roshalle THE BLUE CRYSTAL GREENHOUSE For Pine Flowers---Plants a Wreathe SWEN STANGLEY, Prop. Ave. G and Wnadsteok--RocheBe SULLIVANrS CLOTHING STORE ROCH ELLE'S FINEST We Fentwe Seelety Brand ROCHELLE ILLINOIS Hector Caron HEATING HOME APPLIANCES Rochelle, IJJiol8 Msgr. Middleton Named ! our SUNDAY v'Isr'I'OR BA .,. , ^..., ... ^. -- I November ......... 16, 1952 The Observer .... ~,naplaln ur ~,. IJ. UY X.J Edition Springfield ~ Mrs. Amelia M..| ~.._~0 _l{~ rg ............ Mnk~ R~treatI of men participating in these re- Langenbahn, state regent, Cathohc I treats was about 350. Daughters of America, announced With Trappists In Japan Retreats for the laity have been ......... I given regularly for years at the Tooetsu, Japan ---(~)-- Twen-lmonastery with about 300 persons ty separate groups of U. S. service- ] in attendance each year. One- men belonging to various branch-ltenth of them are usually non. es of the military forces made iChristians but this year is the three-day retreats at the Trappist[first time that separate retreats monastery here within the past were given for the military per- few months. The total number sonnel. the appointment by the state board of the Ver~, Rev. Msgr. Gill Middle- ton, director of social service for the Diocese of Peoria, as chaplain of the state court in Illinois. Msgr. i Middleton succeeds the Rt. Rev. ! Msgr. F. F. Conner, pastor of Holy Angels parish, Aurora, who for many years gave devoted and ex- cellent service to the C.D. of A. as state chaplain. A native of Bloomington, Ill., Monsignor Middleton is a priest of the Diocese of Peoria. In 1943 he was appointed Diocesan Director of Social Service. He is a member of the Governor's Commission on Children and Youth. 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