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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1961 THE OBSERVER PAGE 7 Festival Plans AURORA Nov. 17--Holiday Open House from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. each day at Samaritan plaza of St. Joseph Mercy hospital--Sponsored by Hospital Auxiliary. Nov. 17 -- Polka Dot 'Hop fall dance in church hall from 9 p.m. tmtil midnight with music by Madtie Madura's orchestra -- Sponsored by Holy Name society of St. Jaseph parish. Nov. 17, 18--Rummage sale in American Legion hall from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Nov. 17 and 8 a.m. to 6 P.m. Nov. 18- Sponsored by Troop 50 Girl Scout troop from Our Lady of Good Counsel parish. Nov. 17.19--"Round the World" festival at Madonna high school starting at 7 p.m. Nov. 17, 8 p.m. NOV. 18, and 2 p.m. Nov. 19.- Sponsored by the students, Men's club,;~lurnnae and Ladies auxili- ief Madonna NoV; 19 -- Card party Sunday aftehloon in St. Nicholas Hall. Sponsored by St. Elizabeth Hun- garian Ladies Society. Dee. 1 --. "Winter Fantasy" dance in Sacred Heart school hall. SPOnsored by St. Anne Society and CRYSTAL LAKE Nov. 18 -- Bakery and linen sale from noon until 5 p.m. in all-purpose room - Sponsored by Altar and 'Rosary society of St. Thomas the Apostle parish. ELGIN Nov. 18, 19 -- Christmas "Bi- zarre" at St. Thomas More church -- Sponsored by St. Thomas More Woman>s club. Nov. 2S--Fifth anmlal Glass Slip- per ball at Elgin Country club from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m.--Spon- versity club. Sponsored by Young Matrons guild of the Catholic Woman's league. SPRING GROVE Nov. 20--Fall festi,~al and p0ul- try show at 8 p.m, in St. Peter parish hall -- Sponsored by parishioners. STERLING Near Completion PROPHETSTOWN -- Plans are nearing completion for the fall festival to be held Thursday, Nov. 30, at St. Catherine parish hall under the direction of the wom- en's society. The festival will be held from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. and will in- clude booths, games, refresh- No. 20--Card party in Sacred ments and an array of gifts for Heart parish hall--Sponsored by Christmas shoppers. Luncheon the parish, will be served from 11 a.m. to Nov. 22,--Card party in St. Mary 9:30 p.m. with dinner set from auditorium--Sponsored by Altar 5 to 7:30 p.m. sored by St. Laurence parish. Nov. 30--"Holly Day-Center" assembly room of St. Joseph hos- pital from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m.-- Sponsored by Junior Hospital league. HAMPSHIRE Nov. 21--Aunual feather party in St. Charles Borromeo parish i hall---Sponsored by parishioners. LEE Nov. 18--Bake sale at Coffee Mill restaurant at 10 a.m.--Spon- sored by Altar and Rosary society of St. James church. LOVES PARK Nov. 19--Christmas bazaar from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. in St. Bridg and Rosary society of St. Mary The decorations committee con- in parish, sists of Mrs. James Morris, chair- SUBLETTE man; and Mrs. Kathie Heaton, Nov. 26 -- Card party at 7:30 Mrs. Henry 0berle, and Mrs. Wal- p.m. in St. Mary school. Spon-ter Sommers. sored by Band Three of St. Anne society. Lunch included. SYCAMORE Nov. 25--Auction of household articles in school auditorium at 1 Requiescant p.m.--Sponsored by St. Mary par- Holy Name Society of Sacred church" hall--Coffee and rolls Heart parish, served from 8 to 2, and luncheon Dec. 2, 3--Christmas gift and served from 11 to 2p.m.--Span- book fair at St. Rita of Cascia sored by Blessed Sacrament Altar and Rosary society. parish library Dec. 2 from 1 to 9 sodality p.m. and Dec. 3 from 8 a.m. to 4 PROPHETSTOWN ||-~ En" i p.m.:--Sponsored by Library and Nov. 30 -- Fall bazaar in St. vv i,l~l~Qpdl Literature committee of the Altar Catherine parish hall -- Sponsored,m t n. o. and Rosary society, by St. Catherine Women s Society. rleaa VISITS I-'ope Dec. 3----Pancake and sausage ROCK FALLS VATICAN CITY (NC)- His breakfast from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 19--Card party in St. An- Holiness Pope John XXIII has in school hall of Sacred Heart drew parish hall starting at 8 p.m. received in private audience the parish--Sponsored, by Cub Scout --Sponsored by Altar and Rosary presiding Bishop of the Protestant pack 336. SOCleW. Episcopal Church in the U.S. CARY i ' ROCKFORD The audience of Bishop Arthur Dec. 2, 3----Christmas bazaar andI Nov. 17--Thanksgiving dance at Lichtenberger was announced bv cookie sale in Ss. Peter and Paul]Sherwood. lodge from. 8.-30 to 12 Dou~laso A. Bushy+, ~.nublic relationo'~ church hail: Dec. 2 from 1 to 4dwlth Tony Collettfs orchestra-- officer for the National Council of "p.m. and Dec. 3 from 3 a.m. un, ISponsored by Senior Holy Name the Protestant Episcopal Church til 1 p.m.--Sponsored by Altar society of St. Anthony parish, of the U S.A. and Rosary society. ' Nov. 25 --Holiday dance at Uni- Bushy's announcement said that the audience would be private but ," |~ ~#~e*-~11~-- * l in the manner of an unofficial !~,l#!l~n liter ~lij~|~|y,! courtesy visit He added that it W '~ " ould reciprocate the athtude Elgin, Sponsors Fairthe fg dwillandfriendlinesswhiC~present Pope has alway~ ELGIN---A book fair, directed by the Library and Literature committee of St. Joseph parish here under the sponsorship of the parish Altar and Rosary society, was presented during National Education week recently. Children Enthused Purpose of the fair was to en- courage good reading, thus in- jecting a positive note in the cam- paign against indecent literature. e;)officials reported that children were enthusiastic over books on rect result of the reading pro- gram inaugurated last year in the diocesan schools. Fair Workers Co-chairmen of the event were Mrs. Asher Shorey and Mrs. Don- ald Klllelea. They were assisted i by Mrs. Lester Steinway, Mrs. Albert Buch, Mrs. Charles Junod Mrs. John Badgerow, Mrs. Georg, E. Abraham, Mrs. William Bur- meister, Mrs. Robert Webb, Mrs. Joseph Creation, Mrs. Leonard Seyller, Mrs. Luella Malloy, Mrs. Louis McMahon, Mrs. Clement hll subjects, with science and his- Daneau, Mrs. Leo Dolan, Mrs. tory material taking the lead. Joseph Seisser, Miss Lillian Stein- They said this is evidently a dR- way, and Miss Frances Baker. Sat Nov. 18, 1 p.m. Illinois at Wisconsin shown towards those who are seeking to promote the unity of all Christians." Bishop Liichtenberger stopped in Rome on his way to New Delhi for the assembly there of the World Council of Churches, No- vember 18 to December 6. Home-School Meeting FREEPORT--St. Joseph Home- School Assn. will meet Tuesday; evening, Nov. 21, at 8 o'clock in the school hall. Guest speaker will be the Rev. J. Philip Reilly, superinendent of Aquin high school, who will discuss report cards and their relationship to college. Refreshments will be served. Family Theater HOLLYWOOD, (NC) -- Robert Young will be host for the Novem- ber 22 Family Theater program "The Unknown," to be broadcast (7:35 to 8 p.m EST; 8:35 to 9 p.m PST) over the Mutual radio network. The program is pro- duced by Father Patrick Peyton, C.S.C founder of the Family Ro- sary Crusade. In ROCKFORD - Snn Nov. 19, 1 p.m. Los Angeles vs. Green Bay THANKSGIVING: 11 a.m. Green Bay vs. Detroit and approx. 1:45 p.m. Texas at Texas A&M HOME For A Quality and LOW C0ST Diaper Service 420 North Main Street Rockford Serving Since 1856 MOSAICS IN 'JAGGED' GLASS-Artist Charles Blase Vukovich of Maywood, N.J examines his unusual creation of the Good Shepherd after placing the 1st piece of broken glass into the mosaic- type design. Vukovich, whose works are composed of pieces of jagged broken, colored common glass set in concrete, has just completed the Stations of the Cross in the new St. Peter church, h church, noon "Henry Aldrich Boy OV II t Sc ' ' OUt," A-I ELGIN--Charles E. King, 85, St. 4:30 The Early Show "Whispering Mary parish, Nov. 9. I Smith," A-I FREEPORT --- William J. Mook 10:15 The Best of CBS "The Long St. Joseph parish, Nov. 6. '[ Gray Line" A-I FULTON -- Mary Ellen Loftus, I Sunday, Nov. 19 88, Immaculate Conception parish, 10:15 The Late Show "Panic in the Nov. 12. [ Streets," B LOVES PARK -- Mrs. Pearl M. I12.30 The Late Late Show "A Yank Shugars, 73, St. Bridget parish, Nov. l " at Eton,'" A-I 11. I Monday, Nov. 20 MCHENRY--Math N Schmitt, 79,1 4"30 The Early Show "Desire Me" St. Mary parish, Nov. 10. I " A-II TAMPICO- Martin M. Barrett, ll0:i5 The Late Show. "Words and 89, St. Mary parish, Nov. 12.J Music" A-II ROCKFORD ~ Benny Martorana, I Tuesday, Nov. 21 77, St. Anthony parish, Nov. 12. [ 4:30 The Early Show "Gracie Allen Joseph Taffon, 70, St. Anthony Murder Case" A-I parish, Nov. 9. /10:15 The Late Show "Bugles in the Mary Hickey, St. Maryparish, Afternoon" A-I Nov. 5. ]12:30The Late, Late Show "Nin- Mrs. Bridget KatherineMoley, I otchka" A-II 82, St. James parish, Nov. 12. [ Wednesday, Nov. 22 John Zuzevich, 22, Ss. Peter and/ 4:30 The Early Show "Tombstone" Paul !Sarish, NOV. 7. ~ A-I @ dusive THE AHTHENTIC STORY OF PRESIDEI KENNEDY'S WARTIME ADVENTURES This week The Saturday Evening Post publishes the first authentic account of Lieutenant Kennedy at war. To get this story, writer Robert Donovan traveled halfway around the world. He got eyewit- ness reports from every survivor of the Kennedy crew. He even interviewed the Japanese com- mander whose destroyer sank Kennedy's PT boat. This is a story of heroism, humor and heartbreak. You will follow John Kennedy's adventures from the moment his ship went down- right up to his dramatic rescue from a desert island. Read "PT 109: The Adventure That Made a President." Workers In TAe Satm~laff Evening Thursday, Nov 23 4:30 The Early Show "Maid of Salem" A-It 10:15 The Late Show "China" A-II !12:30 The Late, Late Show "Dinner at Eight" B Friday, Nov. 24 4:30 The Early Show "House Across the Street" A-II 10:15 The Late Show "Viva Zapata" A-II 12:30 The Late, Late Show "Sweater Girl" A-II WISC, Channel 3, Madison Saturday, Nov. 16 10:30 Fabulous Fifties Theater "Lone Star" A-I 12:00 Midnight Movie "Jungle Flight" B Sunday, Nov. 19 11:00 THE CHRISTOPHERS 11:05 Theater Three "Topper" A-II Friday, Nov. 24 11:00 Theater Three "Rio Grande" WNBQ, Channel 5, Chicago Saturday, Nov. 18 8:00 Saturday Night at the Movies "Demetrius and the Gladia- tors" A-II 10:10 Movie 5 "Top Gun" A-I Sunday, Nov. 19 1:00 Channel 5 Playhouse "Main St. to Broadway" A-II ', 10:15 Movie 5 "Inspector Maigret" A-III Monday, Nov. 20 4:07 Movie 5 Matinee "Robbers Roost" B Wednesday, Nov. 22 4:07 Movie 5 Matinee "Foreign Intrigue" A-II Friday, Nov. 24 4:07 Movie 5 Matinee "Kiss Me Deadly" B WITI, Channel 6, Milwaukee Saturday, Nov. 18 7:45 TV CHAPEL 6:00 Films from the Fifties "Bugles in the Afternoon" A-I 1:15 TV CHAPEL Sunday, Nov. 19 11:00 The Late Show "A Bullet for Joey" A-II Monday, Nov. 20 7:40 TV CHAPEL 9:30 The Early Show "Our Hearts Were Growing Up" A-I 10:20 The Late Show "Manhandled" 12:35 TV CHAPEL Tuesday, Nov. 21 7:40 TV CHAPEL 9:30 The Early Show "Fast and Loose" A-II 10:20 The Late Show "Mr. Lucky" A-II 12:35 TV CHAPEL Wednesday, Nov. 22 7:40 TV CHAPEL 9:30 The Early Show "A Woman's Secret" A-II 10:20 The Late Show "Coroner Creek" A-II 12:35 TV CHAPEL Thursday, Nov. 23 10:20 The Late Show "The Enchant. ed Cottage" A-I 12:35 Late, Late Show "Where There's Life" A-II Friday, Nov. 24 7:40 TV CHAPEL 9:30 The Early Show "My Life With Caroline" A-II 10:20 The Late Show "Dragon Seed" A-I[ 1:50 TV CHAPEL WOC, Channel 6, Davenport Saturday, Nov. IS 10:50 Premiere Performance "Ma- ca" B Sunday, Nov. 19 10:15 Premiere Performance. "Plun- der of the Sun" A-II Monday, Nov. 26 12:10 Movie Matinee "Fallen Spar- row" A-II LIIIINIIRIIIIIIIIIIll~ MARSHALL B. WOOD SMITH OIL FOR DEPENDABLE SERVICE The Vineyard By Lisa Ferris Catholic Charities Staff It has been some time since we have related a case history. However, usual many stories may appear, each one has its own particular twist On this day an emergency meeting was arranged for what appeared to be a very emotional person. Sitting across from a caseworker, the distraught wom' an began to tell her story. It appeared that her husband had owned a small business. Instead of prosperity, which they had hoped for, the business took a downward drop. Some days the net intake was $5, which made it difficult to feed a family of eight. Money Problems Bills couldn't be met, and there was no money for current ex- Community Chest Agency the form of food and clothing from the Catholic Salvage bu- reau. A job was secured for the husband and suddenly the family picture took on new hope and new light. Cases of this type are not un- common. In our work, we hear and see many such misfortunes. It is difficult for many to ac- cept stories such as this as true, but the stories you read in our column are about real people. We've told you about just one family. There are hundreds like this one. They file through our doors, young and old, each with a special story. Two Students From Diocese penses. The electricity was to be At Texa- "-"---- turned off, handicapping the en- " ~ k.Oll~g~ Wednesday, Nov. 22 tire family for the water supply 12:10 Movie Matinee "El Paso" B -.- ~-:.- - ~-';~;.:- ~ . . " AubTIN Tex -- Amon~ the Thursday Nov 23 uuor~ug tuC~ut,ieS anti flea[ were ' " o 12:1o Movie Matinee ':The Bribe" all onerated by electricity students registered for the fall A-II : ~ a. . . C of ~ r 1 semester at St Edward unlversl Friday, Nov. 24 i ases ths natu e cal for - 12 10 Movm Matinee Manhandled : B 'immediate help. It is with pride;ty here are two boys from the WISN, Cbanne] 12, Milwaukee we can say, the agency went in-IRockford diocese. 18:30SThAf~B~D;~o~iAeN~,~GoP~ROGRAM ~ofulwl::lpgac:~dtgott~:s~Isn A They are Michael Lessner, : "g g Places" ~l e. ,~ ,~ ~ O I Grand Detour Dixon, and, A'I ~-=#t~Ut/l~ ~ %Tab %~U. LUI" ~11 t~X- ' Friday, Nov. 24 tended grace period They ~ave us [Michael Prehn, of Rockford. The 10:45 The Big Movie "Yankee Do0- .~ " + . . dle Dandy" A-I full eooperatmnand the fannly j former is a graduate of Brophy WREX, Channel 13, Rockford has the necessary electricity. [high school Phoenix, Ariz, and, 10:50 C aT 3 ;: 18"Chicag0 FurtheY pE:tae:d:xdtended in I the latter, of St. Thomas hlgli " " sen001, 1,OCKI0rU. Sunday, Nov. 19 ~ 10:45 SACRED HEART PROGRAM, Lessner IS a freshman account II 00 Sunday Mowe Loves of Car 1 ma or re istered in : men"'A-II " " -Holy Name Holiday "ng j g" " the dJ- Tuesday, Nov. 21 O M^ 1 3 vision of business administration, 11:30 Tuesday Theater "Love on the aaa~ t~ I~IUV. I 7 ~ ~ t ~ . Run" A-I anu, rrefln, a iresnman ec0nom- Wednesday, NOV. 22 ROCKFORD The 16th annual ics major in the division of social 11:30 Academy Theater "Dr. Kil. -- scie-=e- dare G.o'~es Home" A-I Thanksgiving dance sponsored by nc ~. l~rlaay, Nov. za . 11:00 PlaYhouse "Unconquered,' A-I the Senior Holy Name Society ofThey are the sons of Mr. and WKOW, Channel 27, Madison Saturday, Nov. 18 10:00 Fanfare "King and Four Queens" B Sunday, Nov. 19 10:00 HOUR OF ST. FRANCIS 12:00 Sunday Movie "Woman's Ven- geance" A-II 1:30 Fanfare "King and Four Queens" B Monday, Nov. 20 10:30 THE CHRISTOPHERS 10:25 Thb Late Show "Chicago Con- fidential" A-II Tuesday, Nov. 21 10:25 The Late Show "My Sister Ei- leen" A-II Wednesday, Nov. 22 i0:25 The Late Show "Lost Horizon" A-I Thursday, Nov. 23 10:25 The Late Show "The Jolson Story" A-I Friday, Nov. 24 10:55 The Late Show"Pride and Prejudice" A-II WTVO, Channel 39, Rockford Saturday, Nov. 18 St. Anthony parish will be held Sunday, Nov. 19, at the Sherwood Lodge with dancing from 8:30 p.m. to midnight to the music of Tony Colletti's orchestra. In charge of arrangements are: F. J. Falzone, Pete Leggero, Ray Pro, Joe Gulotta, Louis Latino, Richard Mantello, Alex Abate, Lalio Cellitti, Start Goral, Albert Stassi, Mike Muzzarelli, Robert Seeling, and A1 Vitale. Mrs. Frank N. Lessner, Dixon, and, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart F. Prehn, Rockford. Elected Class Officer ST. 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