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qma eA OUR SUNDAY VISITOR The Observer Edition November 16, 1952 Time G. W. HAFFORD The Saint Of The Week Svnday is the feast of St. Clem- ent ~f Rome who was the third suo:~ssor of St. Peter as head of the Church. His advice is still mu~:t to the point today. He said: "Let not the strong man neglect the ~.are of the weak; let the weak see that he reverence the strong. Let the rich man distribute to the ~T BURIAL VAULTS Automatic Sealing Deluxe VAULTS has. A. Miller Co. Beloit, Wisc.---Durond, II1. FUNERALwITTBECKwHEELERsABIENDIRECTORS 1 AMBULANCE SERVICE SELVIDERE, ILL. necessity of the poor, and let the poor bless God who gives him one to supply his want." It would be a great world if all people acted upon the advice of St. Clement of Rome. Try it. What About You More than half the human race is illiterate and most of the re- mainder read picture books. Flying Corks From The Pop House "I'd sure like to see the Iron Curtain rust in pieces." Decent Disks And Suitable Songs I Rockford--"Parents' Night" will be held at Muldoon high.school at 8 o'clock Thursday evening, Nov. 20. A brief business meeting, with Mrs. J. P. Reitly presiding, will be followed by a tour of the class- rooms. Parents will meet faculty members and view the work of stu- dents which will be on display. A social hour will follow. Re- freshments will be served. A spaghetti dinner and Christ- mas Bazaar sponsored annually by Keep It A Secret * Once To Every the Muldoon Educational Auxili- Heart (Columbia) Jo Stafford. . ary will he held Sunday, Dec. 7, in Keep It A Secret *Hi-Lili-Hi-Lo (Victor) Dinah Shore. Vamos, Vamos * The Hour Of Parting (Mercury) Jose Melis. So-So* Jump Back Honey (Vic- tor) Vaughn Monroe-Sunny Gale. After You've Gone * Stumbling (Mercury) ,Pete Handy. If I Didn t Love You So * Walk. ing By The River (Victor) Sa- vannah Churchill. Samie * Paul's Bunion (Mar- eury) Paul Quinchette. April In Paris * My Love Song (Mercury) Vic Damone. April In Paris * The Cherries (Columbia) Doris Day. The Night Before Christmas Song * Look Out The Window (Columbia) Rosemary Clooney: Gene Autry. Benny Goodman fans will pick up their ears and a two volume album of Jazz Concert Number Rockford--324 Mulberry St. Dr. H. Car.n, Dr. B. Ruhln ~ Optometrists Aurora--Hotel Aurora Bldg. at. Ed. Swleczkowskl --- Optometrist Dixon--City National Bank Bldg. Dr. E. $nchlck ~ OptmettlES Sterling--21 W. 3rd Dr. R. Cobb, Dr. M. Spaltr ~ OptretriErs Elgin--121 Dr. H. Mall ~ OptretriES THESE FINE Open Monday Night Till 9 P.M. Tuesday Through Saturday--9:30 A.M.-5 P.M. Paint nd Wllpper Hadquartrs Contract Painting Inc "' - "" FREEPORT ROCKFORD BOLENDER'S RINGS ~ WATCHES JEWELRY $13 W. State -- Rockford Rockford's Leading Apparel Store Apparel for 112 W. State Rockford WORTHAM'S THOSE WHO ADVERTISE Will Serve You Well J FAVOR THEM with your PATRONAGE Featuring Women's, Misses and Junior QUALITY APPAREL at LOWER PRICES Also Exclusive Sellerc of LANE BRYANT MATERNITY APPAREL Large Size and Half Size Dressel WORTHAM'S ROCKFORD ILLINOIS Muldoon auditorium. Mrs. Joseph P. Reilly, auxiliary president, has appointed Mrs. Harry Green as chairman of the dinne.r. Mrs. Joseph Pallas and Mrs. Stanel Valiulis are co-chairmen of the bazaar. Mrs. J. Francis McCoy lnd Mrs. Edward Gallagher will be in charge of ticket distribution; Mrs. Wesley V. Asprooth, publici- tY'Proceeds will be used for school building improvements. Two as soon as they can scrape the inside of their piggy bank. Co- lumbia has just released the Con- cert and it is true Goodman. Repeated for your check list: Veradaro in Decca; Blue Violins on Victor; Piece of Puddin' on Co- lumbia and Victor; and Johnnie Goggabie on Columbia. Thought For The Weak If you aren't good natured per- haps you aren't good. Coffee Shop Opened By Auxiliary In St. Anthony's Hospital Rockford--The Ladies auxiliary at St. Anthony's hospital now con: duct a coffee shop six days a week from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sister Waltru- dis, superior at the hospital, built a new room on the hospital to pro- vide space for the coffee shop. It was completely furnished with the most modern equipment by the ladies of the auxiliary. Members of the auxiliary operate the shop, donating their services with the exception of one paid worker for the early hours in the morning. Mrs. Raymond H. Clobes and MASON, I NC. Hurt Schaffner & Marx Clothes 124 No. Main Rockford at the Maryknoll Sisters' dispen- sary in Pusan, Daniel again re- sumed his studies. He received minor orders last May, and, barr- ing more interruptions, will be or- dained next month. Daniel hopes to work among the thousands of refugees, war orphans and other victims of communists in South Korea. Of those who started their studies with him in 1935, seven have been missing since they fell into the hands of the Reds, three have been or- dained, and one is a prisoner of war. NICHOLSON HARDWARE TWO STORES "J08-210 /th St. 1418-1420 20fh St. Contractors Equipment Builders Hardware Housewares Tools i iii ROCKFORD SHEET METAL WORKS, INC. EHgineers m Contractors COAL, OIL and GAS HEATING m AIR CONDITIONING 1618 MAGNOLIA St. DIAL 3-6313 ROCKFORD, ILL. VENICE TERRAZZO & TILE CO., INC. Ceramic Tile and Terrazzo Floors Orchard Ave. and Auburn Rd. Tel. 46824, Rockford "EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL" Since 1919 Dial 2-3785 113 South Madison St. THE WALDORF BAKERY THE VERY BEST BREADS, CAKES, PASTERIES and DELICATESSEN FOODS Wedding and Birthday Cakes Specialty, Tel. 2-7833. Rockford, II1., N. Church | EN MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR WOMEN'S and GIRLS' apparel and accessrio8 ERB Office and Plant--1101-1115 N. Second St. Tel. 2-7701 Branch Stores---213 S. Main---317 E. State 114 S. Church--1415 N. Main---5134 N. Second INDUSTRIES, Inc. Heating--Plumbing---Air Conditioning--Automatic Sprinklers---Electric WiringmPower Machinery--Motor Rewinding---Sheet Metal Work 602-18 5o. Moln ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS Dial 3-4857 SCHOBINGER & CO. Plumbing and Heating m Water Softeners and Heaters Prompt Service on Repair Work 809 North Rockton Ave. --- Dial 3-3891 -- Rockford, Illinois BEAN SHOE SERVICE Shoemakers For Generations 114 S. Wyman Rockford Mrs. John J. Winkler were co-chair- men of the committee that planned ......................... and completed the arrangements. If GKUMU-~ULTUN ULUGK PLANT i The shop can serve 18 patrons at a I I ........................................... J time. Mrs. A. L. Magnelia is chair- ]l ~,UNt, Kffi, g m.~r,~-.~nAc,, g ,-,~n, wg,~n i ns.ot;K~t j man of the operating committee. ]J 1901 81shwoukee Dial 3-2142--Rockford [ it is located at the main entrance[ to the hospital opposite the admis- sion office. Young Korean Nears Gust G. Larson & Sons, Inc. Goal Of Priesthood Despite Wars, Illness Pusan, Korea --(NC)-- Due to be ordained here in mid-December is Daniel Tji, a young North Kor- ean, whose 17 years of seminary study were interrupted by wars and illness, hut who refused to be swerved from the coveted goal of the priesthood. Now a deacon, Daniel Tji enter- ed the Maryknoll Seminary in North Korea in 1935. However, when World War II came, he was compelled to serve in the Japanese army. When hostilities ceased, he returned to the seminary, hut lost more time because of ill health. Then came the fateful day in May, 1949, when the communists closed the seminary, and Daniel tried to escape to South Korea. "Halfway I was caught by the sons of darkness," he recalls. "For three months I was so lashed that I could not stand, and often they did not give me anything to eat." Escaping from his Red captors, Daniel made his way to Seoul six months before the Korean war be- gan. He served in the South Korean army for a year, until dis- charged because of a wound in his left leg. Meanwhile, both of his parents had been killed during the war. .After several months treatment Industrial---Commercial Institutional Construction Masonry - Carpentry - Cement Work 1201 TWELFTH ST. DIAL 3-5347 ROCKFORD LAMPS ELEVATOR SALES and SERVICE Authorized Agents MONTGOMERY ELEVATOR CO. ROTARY LIFT CO. PHONE 2-1712 FOREST CITY BANK BUILDING ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS William Lamps --- Phone Forest 4180 E. W. SCHMELLING & SONS, Inc. LUMBER---MILLWORK~FUEL--PAIHT "WE INVITE YOUR PATROHAGE*" 1032 SCHOOL STREET ~ PHONE 3-6435 DIDIER FLORIST 532 West State Street Phone 2-3743 Rockford, Illinois ROCKFORD PRINTING & SUPPLY CO. PRINTERS -:- STATIONERS Telephone 2-7719 214.216 East State Street ROCKFORD. ILLINOIS