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! %. | Page Two TH E O B S ElVEl' i ii i i News of Aurora, Elgin and Vicinity Madonna Girls Hold ]Elgin PTA Elects FR, O, F,00UDLEY ' !eac e Holy New Leaderst T0 TALK HERE peAaUrCrwl.tA  for "ol I Elgin.--At a---meeting of St. Jos- co "l be held at Madonna high ephs Parents Association, held last TO Appear Dec. 6 At school next Sunday from 10:30 to Madonna 11:30 a. m. Inaugurated by the Madonna News staff, the prayer hour will in- clude public prayer, meditation, singing and private devotions Selecting the First Sunday of Advent for the initial prayer hour, the staff states that the Holy Hour will be the ,last Sunday of each succeeding month. The physical education classes of Madonna high school will present a demonstration on No. 29 in the school gym. "Gymland Varieties ' will give parents an opportunity to see what is being done in the physical educa- tion classes. Stunts, folk dances, games and exercises will be on the program. Parents and friends are invited. Collectors pay high prices for the old bone trays used once upon a time at tables for collecting chick- en hones. ADAMS & REGNIER Groceries and Meats Fresh Fruits Vegetables STATE AND SPRING STREETS Aurora. III. l P. F. SCHUSTER Plumbing -- Heating '320 Rural Street Telephone 23449 Aurora, ill Friday evening in the school hall, the following officers were/lected: !William Real, president; Mrs. Ruth i Muetterties, vice president; Mrs. i John A. Reinert, secretary, and Jos- eph Westermn, treasurer. Plans for the festival to be held on Dec 1 were discussed and com- mittees named. Mrs. Joseph Gmur and Mrs. J. A. Reinert will be in i charge of the candy booth; chair committee, Mrs. John McCue and Mrs. Leonard Mutterties; cakes, Mrs. Frank Konitzki and Mrs. Theodore Andringa; fancy work, Mrs. Joseph Westerman, Mrs. John Dietz, Mrs. Joseph Weidner and Mrs. Edward Conro; fish pond, Theodore Andringa; games, John McCue; amateur program, Joseph Westerman; kitchen, Theron Real, Mrs. Albert Weidner, Mrs. Carl: Schloemmer, Mrs. George Nufer, Mrs. A. F. Finsel and Mrs. J. A. Conro; minstrels, George Nufer. Following the next meeting, to be held on Thursday, Dec. 15, there will be a Christmas party in charge of Mr. and Mrs. William Paar, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mutterties, Mr. and Mrs. John McCue, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph VVesterman. Cards were played after the busi ness meeting, awards being won by Mrs. Finsel, Edward Conro and William Paar. Chicago 8olvajf Ooke Michels-Harrai Coal Co. PHONE 726S 226 SPRING ST AURORA. ILL. A NEW STAR IS BORN SEE THE NEW GRAHAM FOR 1939 URBAN F. FIDLER MOTOR SALES. 226-230 S. BROADWAY Phone 5600 URORA. ILL. T O N Y A N CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS Phone McHenry 152 Welt McHenry . . . Illinois Mm00.NRY I Offi and School Supplies end EQUIPMENT . . DESKS, CHAIna CABINETS. ETC Davidson-Pearsall Co. Phone 8248 227 MAIN ST. Aurora i i LIGHTOI'IER Lighting Fixtures "AL EIETRIC i i , OPEN EVENINGS School For Nursing Educat'on St, Charles Hospital Aurora, IIIInoil  __.. . An accredited nchool, requtrl., AuzomoDues zol years of high school Con, .... dusted r the Frclsc=n mlt.r 5chwerman Chevrolet Sales of the Iacred Hear L .  Paul tL Schwermar Umsses now tormmg.  General Repairing  SHELL Gas andOl 2 Phons 77 Corner U. S. 12 and ILLINOIS 2( I "A How for Funarah" I tor e i i loyal glUe I AB.N SERvmE I Ill Ol=Ole, =-,=-=s=, Aursr.Auro. III Best Quality Prices Phone 166 CHAS GIBBS I F odor Jewelry Storel Lumber, Fuel I Jewelry, Watch I M c H E N R Y I andOocRepng I LUMBER CO. I At Rea.eonable Prices I . . ...,. k " " e" !  MAIN ST. AURORA. mL I LumBer, lUlWOr all(] ru 1 q ! ..... 222"2.: 22.'"Z.   ...... AURORA The firms that appear in this directory, or have display/ads in other sections of your Observer, consistently represent the best in their husiness and profession. They are doing their part to deserve your trade by supporting your paper. You can do your share by patroniz- ing the mand mentioning The Observer. Make This a Habit--Register Attention to Observer Ads. Laundry i i ii i Burial Vaults John H. Armbruster & Co. "AMERICAN MONARCH" Vault With Self-*lin& Co " Water and Vermin Proof Building Materials Phone 2-90 723 8. LaSslle St. Cafeteria SNEDEKER'S Air Conditioned 63 8OUTH BROADWAY Phone 7836 We Appreciat Your Pstrona&# Walker La'Undry Cleaners and Dyers Phone 9201 32 Walnut St. | Office Supplies Greeting Cards . Games and Toys BOOKS AND BIBLES PARAMOUNT STATIONERS OFFICE SUPPLIES Phone 9309 24 gox Street Coal, Gravel IPafnts.Wallpaper FELTES Q.ALIT, Prompt elive. j. D. RICE & SON Coal and Gravel Co. PT,R FaAIIG AND GR ETI/G CARDS Phone 23971 _ No. Aurora I 18 South River Street lc = SERVICE I Phtgrapher I PORTRAITS - I Plan Now tO Have Them Made at ICE & COAL Lu.I AS5ELL'S STUDIO FRED C. CLARK, Owner 723 8o. Broadway Phone 4675 41 Island Ave. Phone 9803 Open Sundays and Evenings By Appointment the Rexall Stores Free Dellver IHIARTZ DRUG STORES , PR.] RIPTION DRUGGISTS Aurora Nat'i Bank Bldg. Dial 446 40 8. River SL Dial 1-$451 ,J,, , groceries I C. W. Marshall Co. I Grories.. Bakery. Market I We Appreciate You, Patronage I Dverle Daily Dial 46811 Plumbing, Htg. WM. F. MEYER PLUMBING AND HEATING Licensed Master Plumber Since 1911 107 JACKSON STKEET Telephone 6209 Aurora These Advertisers Deserve Your Patronage Aurora.--The Bey. Father Owen Francis Dudley, English lecturer and writer, will gve an address at the Madonna high school auditor- ium on Tuesday evening, Dec. 6. The Scribblers club, a group of young writers, are fortunate in making arrangements for Father Dudley's appearance here in the city, as his speaking tour is already overcrowded. Since his arrival in America thl fall, Father Dudley has received so many requests for appearanc- es that the Lecture League of America, in charge of his program, has had to bring him back three mes to the Chicago area. Head of a mission band in Eng- land, Father Dudley has come in close contact with the laboring classes all over the manufacturing districts of that country. Is power lies in his ability to analyze life and to make his hearers" and! readers devour, with pleasure, the l deductions of his irrefutable log-I ic. In addition to his being in great demand as a lecturer, Father Dud- ley finds time to write and his l novel, "The Masterful Monk," is; very widely read. Tickets for his lecture may be obtained from Rita Wetland, chair- I man, 711 Oak Avenue, or from l Madonna high school. St. Laurence Guild To Donate New Floor Elgln.--The regular m0etlng of the Guild of the Tabernacle of St, Laurence parish took place on last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. DuMont and her committee served a deli- cious luncheon. Recommendations were received from the ways and means committee chairmen, Mrs. E. J. McOsker. Mrs. Harold Ster- ricker read her report on the suc- cessful rummage sale held last month. It was voted that the Guild place a composition Lhmr in the church kitchen. The regular meeting for Decem- ber was postponed until Dec. 15, when a Christmas party Will be held. A grab bag will be a feature. Election of officers will also take place on that date. Mrs. Fred Meyers will be chairman of the committee in charge. Aurra Heg;/;cer s Aurora .-- The folowlng officers' were elected by the St. Elizabeth Hungarian Roman Catholic society at a meeting held in St. Nicholas hall on last Thursday evening: M;s. John Schele, president; Mrs. Alex Sires, vice president; Miss Betty Hegyi, secretary; Mrs. John Arend, recruiting secretary; Mrs. Frank Benedek, treasurer, andMlss Mary Budy, trustee. Bunco was played after the meet. ing. Honors were won by Miss Mary Condos, Mrs. J. Schele, Mrs. Elizabeth Baks and Mrs. J. rend. May Electric Co. Gets Big Contracts Aurora.The Old Ladies Home, which is no under construction In Aurora, Is the largest building to be erected in that city during the past few years. AI May, an Ob- server advertiser, has been chosen to make the entire electrical in- sulation, including the fixtures. Mr. May also reports that his organization will complete the in- stallation of Christmas lighting for Aurora's business section, in ac -I cordance with the original plans, on 0n Thanksgiving eve. Mr. May is a member of St. Nicholas parish. McCORNACK OL CO. J Distributors  l TEXACA Petroleum ProducM I Stations Located At I GENEVA BATAVIA [ ST. GHARLES  r 1300 Wet Main 215 East Main / ISt. Coal, Ice W. r Parker & Son ST. CHARLES COAL & ICE CO Not ln. Phone SL Charles 5 Yard Office: 11th Avenue and Great Western Tracks COAL, ICE AND WOOD Weight -- Quality -- Service Funeral Service . ,,.,are----'b Ru.,I C. Norr,, Mortician FUNERAL HOME "Ptrumd Atttio" Ambulance Service PHONE 61 Hardware GEe. A. ESSIG STEWART WARNER Electric Ref'igerators That "Runs Less  Costs Less" Lumber M. A. Joshel & Bros. incorporated Coal, Feed and Grain Phones: St. Charles 444 - 445 i i Lumber. Telephone 67 "Quality Good' . P.S. NICHOL LUMBER COMPANY Yards Near C. & N. W. Depot i Plumbin R. L WAGNER Silent Automatic Oil Burners 112 E. Main St. St Charles. III T S"" Fl "hAt ICADETSNURSES AuroraHos.00'00 en ocletles ourls , Begins Care "Plan Good Counsel Parish, AuroralWlLL GIVE PLAY pital,AUrora.--St. Joseph Mercy hOS-conducted by the Sisters of . Mercy, recently announced to its ! Aurora.There are'a number oflvice-presldent, Mrs. EHzabeth Fix- patrons that the institution has large and active societies function-leer; recording secretary, Amanda made arrangements for and is now ing in Our Lady of Good CounsellWanemaker; financial secretary, N a m e New Cisca parish, of which the Bey. Leon M.]Mrs. Josephine Adams, and treas- Officers Linden is pastor, blest of these or-lurer, Margaret Abhalter. ganization have been in existan'ce since the founding of the parish in the year 1909. The Holy Nam group, larges t and most active, carried out the traditional purposes of the organiz- ation. It takes an enthusiastic and unselfish interest in all the under- takings of-the parish. Once each month its membership meets for the purpose of transacting the busi- ness which'may come up before it. Our Lady of Good Council credit union was established for the pur- pose of assisting members of the parish in making loans which or- dinarily could not be made in banks. It has been in existence for almost two years and at present has as= sets of approximately ten thousand dollars. Its membership Is 169 and its borrowers 87. Investors have been paid 5% interest. The interest charged to borrowers is 1 per cent. Each meeting Is usually followed ly a social hour during which oor-I Auror a Couple i[00ears rent topics are discussed. On the Sunday following each meeting the members receive Holy Communion] Married 50 in a body. The officers are: Phil Rculand, Sr., president; vice-presi- dent,' James McGwan; financial secretary, Ralph Bfltgen; recording Aurora.Mr. and Mrs. Charles secretary, Fred Baker, and tress- Aurora--Under the direction of Captain R. Massy, Marmion cadets are preparing to stage what prom- ises to be the outstanding dramatic production at the military school. "Gold in the Hills," a melodrama of the gay 90's. A cast of 25 cadets and six girls, nurses from St. Jo- seph Mercy School of Nursing, will bring back the action. The per- formances will be given in Marm- ion gym at 8 o'clock on the even- ings of Dec. 8 and 9. Miss Leonora Neumann will car- ry the role of heroine. Others from the hospital in the cast are: Miss Joyco Peterson, Leland; Miss Esth- er Simpson, Aurora; Miss Regina Kuhn, Naperville; Miss Doris May- er, St. Charles; Miss Elotse Os- urer, John Fixmer. The Sanctuary sodality is the ladies' parish organization. Like the Holy Name society, it has a double purpose, religious and so- cial. Both are carried out to a high degree. It has a regular meeting each month at which its work-is discussed and voted upon. The la- dies have taken the responsibility of caring for the needs of the sanc- tuary. Its officers are: Mrs. Kath- erine C. Esser, president; Mrs. Le- na Martner, vice-president; Mrs. Eleanore Melody, recording secre- tary, Tillie Fauth; financial eecrs- tary, Mrs. C. St. John, and treas. urer, Agnes Wagner. The Parent-Teachers organiza- tion, founded some years ago, is an efficient group. There is 11 t t I e doubt that its hard work in the past hd much to do with the rapd growth and high standard of the school and that its continued en- deavors are keeping the parish school all that its founder intended it to be. The present officers are: Mrs. A. Edw. Komes, president; Mrs. Lawrence Kraus, vice-presi- dent; Mrs. Arthur Hagerty, secre- tary, and Mrs. George Meyer,  treas- urer. i The Ushers club is composed of I both younger and older members of the parish. They are well train-I ed to carry on their work effiect- I lvely and courteously. Its officers! are:Ernie McGinn, president; Carl! Weber, secretary, and Frank Pick -! ert, treasurer. The Cecelia, under the direction of Sister M. Oliva, O.S.F., furnishes the music at divine services. Faith- ful nd regular practice make the organization prepared to render music on any occasion. Its officers are: Sister M. Oliva, directress; president, Helen Bindgen; vice- president, Robert Buckley; secre- tary, Martha Weddige, and treas- urer, John Pillatsch. Our Lady of Good Counsel club is an organization composed of both men and women whose main purpose is to furnish entertainment and promote sociability among par- ishioners and friends of the parish. It has its regular meeting each Friday evening, at which games are played and refreshments served. The financial profit rela- ized in this manner is used to re- duce the indebtedness of the parish. Its management is under the direct supervision of the pastor with flhe aid of the secretary. John Samels.; The parish also has a Welfare! organization, the purpose of whldhl is to help poor and needy members[ of the parish. It is composed of a body of ladies under the super- i vision of the pastor, Father Lin- i den. The Catholic insurance societies, the Catholic Order of Foresters aKd the Western Catholic Union, also flourish in the parish. They serve the definite purpose of mak- ing it possible for one to obtain re- liable insurance at a reduced prem- ium. The officers for the Catholic Order of Foresters are: chief ran- ger, Frank Heimann; vice chief ranger, Con Reuland; secretary, Ralph Garbs; financial secretary, Ralph Schramer; treasurer, Leon- ard McComb. For the Western Catholic Union (men): president, Frank Adams; vies-president, Frank Pickert; secretary, John Le- weck; recording secretary, Adam Backes; treasurer, Gothard Backes. Women) president, Mrs. C. Bauer; St. Joseph Mercy Hospital AURORA, ILLINOIS An accredited school of nurs- ing conducted by the Sisters of Mercy, Four years High School required. AURORA STUDIO Frank C. Dugan. Prop. PHOTOGRAPHERS 16 Downer Place--at West IridEs TELEPHONE 1.2008 Aurora - IIIInol8 HOME FINANCE SERVICE INC. 210 Keystone Bldg. 30 Island Ave. AURORA, ILLINOIS Telephone 854 i i Riley celebrated their golden wed- ding anniversary on last Sunday, Nov. 20, at the home of their son, Leo. Open house was held from 2 until 4 o'clock in the afternoon and from 7 until 9 o'clock in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Riley were married in Batavia and have re- sided in this city all their married life. St. Nicholas Plans Patron Day Play Aurora,--St. Nicholas day, pat- renal feast of St. Nicholas pm'ish, will be celebrated by the parish on December 4. For the occasion, the young people are preparing a play, "Merry Go Round" by Jay Tobias The cast ts Dan Holliday played by Don McCay; Mary, hy Dorothy Ann Kramer; Winifred, Josephine Harass; Elmer, Arthur Weis; Elsa, Doris Zelensek; George Murdock, Walter Kramer; Madge, Abbie Anita Hermes; 0liver, Joe Schindl- beck; Dr. Winifrey, Edward Wetz; Bessie Bartlett, Helen Zettinger; Mrs. Bartlett, Eleanor Meyer. Reverend C. Alfred Dletsch and Evelyn Weis are directors of the play. Forty Hours devotion solemnly closed at St. Nicholas church, Nov. wood and Elizabeth Ann Gutel Aurora. The following cadets will appeaz in the cast: Frank Waindle, Mike Ryan, Joe Van Ham, Gene Gassy, John Hayes, John Girodat, Kenneth Edgren, William Warburton, Rob- ert N. Mtchels, Robert Schele, An- thony Pappas, John Bennett, Wil- fred Kramer, Denis O'Dowd, and Paul Jacobs. ! Prompters and assistants are: !MIss Marilyn Baker, DeKalb, and Miss Gladys Zimbelmen, Sterling. Father Paul Lloyd, C.M, a na- tive of this city, on Thursday, of last week, told the story of Old China where he spent eight years and to which he is returning short- ly. Cadets Bob Madden, Bob Weber, Don Allanson, Tom Freeman, Tom Finneran, Joe Gaul, Jim Galbreath and George Neher, members of the varsity football squad, bade fare- well to high school football careers in the game played with Morgan Park military academy of Chicago last Saturday. At a general meeting of the Sodal- ity and Cisca the "following cadets were elected as officers of the organ- izations: Prefects, R. A. Weber and R. J. Hankes. J. G. Ryan; secretaries, T. F. l'an anl J. F. Volaver: treasurers, E. A. Duffy and G. M O'Conor; di- 15. " The Reverend Ivan Esser rector of the Cisca board, J. J. lul- preached the sermon, vihlll; chairman of study clubs, J. F. Finch an. Chanting .the litany, .the choir ParCh chairmen in Aurora: H. E. ! accompame the procession. ene-IMlkus, Annunciation; R. 3. Kearns, ! m Holy kngels" R N Michels St Jo- diction and the traditional hy n,I _,- _ =, = .. - , . sepns; j . Graay, St. Mary's; v. Holy. God, closed the devotions, iE. Pusskass, St. Michael's; H. J. Mill- Priests in attendance were theler, St. Nicholas; D.'I. Lies. Our Lady * ,.-- .-- ,, . o-,. ..... ,.-- of ,Good Counsel "F E Shoemaker o. x-:Lt:r B; t. r'. anKes, [ llEa S" pastor; Rev. C. Alfred Dletsch and E. J Biesemeir, Sacred Heart and Bey. Frank Miller assistants-Bey. C.J. Augsburg. St. Theresa's. ' . . '-  'arisn chairman from out of town. Peter Watgen, former assistant anu g. p Petit, Holy Cross, Batavia; J: now of Freeport; Rev. Peter w. Sensor, St. Laurence and J. P. ........ ,---  z erron St Iarys Elgin E N L&ng ngeln Or len 5llyn" xuv o us,- t  : " -- -- ; " ' " " .. eter's. eneva; :. J. Renan St eiden of Spring Grove; Rev. n. Patrick's, St. Charles, and E. P. Sau- Metlinger of Hampshire and Rev. er, St. Peter and Paul. Virgil Charles H. Henkel, pester of St. Thereea's parish, Aurora. Last Saturday's meeting of the Cisea was devoted to the discussion of social justice in preparation for Th card party and bake sale the 35th general meeting to be held sponsored by St. Ann's soctety of tomorrow (Friday) at AJvcrnia high sclool Chicago St. Nicholas church, Nov. 16, was , - most successful Ninety tables of ....  _ . rearm,on AcaDemy ;a,enoar cards were played. A prize was Friday, November 25-- .... "-'-'^ Thanksgi lng  aeation awarueu a eca uu,. 9 03- " "- " ......... t "'ar--'s : u- :aup m.---eneral Cisca meet Thirty-nee rRQles or  . m y ing at Alvernla -I -- -- ..... " church, MeHenry, Illinois were lGroup of Marmlon cadets attend .......... "---=-, I 7"00-9"00 p m Varsity basketball guests. ev. Frank 2411let, ", T-- "'' " '- ant at St. Nicholas, was formerly I Pr'rday..November 26-- - I 9:00-11 1 00 a m and 7.00 5.00 . . of St. Marys parish. : -.:, - D m I--arsity oasketball practice..  -" s I oming Events--  1al I November 27  Basketball game: II/la,mtrnraarl Plelrlll IGIobe Trotters vs Pike s Dair m lVl[LUltl llg&L [naslum). ' ' Y (gY " 3iS" 11 _[ November 28, 29---Six-week examin- ations Kecelve vlemoers/ ;mher --Rasketh lug was conducted by the Mary- / Dece,= -- "t L t / k'lul o---,**eeting of Chtea o WOOd Play.era club in the SChOOl/chanter of Marmio-  ....... g .= xocners CIU D--- hall. The'first important business|Christmas party, z U ecember 8--Reception c to be acted upon by the gro P'|Sodait- - , ..... eremonies: - - . . m.. t;athollc Stu- since its organization a month ago,|dent.s /flssion Crusade. KnighLs of the was the adoption of a constitution./:L -- -hi- ecember 8 9 Pay Gold Applications for memoers P|HIIIs"' or ,,-L -- - L..." in fhe -= ea tster's ecret " were received from Helen Wallaee,|Captain Maley. director of dramatle's i William Mettel, Jr., Paul Adams, /  " I James May and Nicholas Deutsch.| The m aor ea,a ,,o. They will be advised as to date of/_ .J *eagues use cn an ..... average aout 105 000 balls durin admission later on In tee mona. a ' g season The initiation committee iucludes! Norbert Mikus, president; Edward Mathieu, Rose Linden aud Evelyn .... ""'" Rochelle After the meeting an amusing pantomime, "Wild Nell," was pre- sented by several members of the ==..,.,, society. A social hor and lunch- con was enjoyed after the act. The next meeting date Is Dec. 15. A ChristmM comedy entitled "Mistletoe" will be presented by A1 Blaseage, AI Theis, Geraldine Schemer and Rose Linden. Annunciation parish, opening the season of Advent, begins a series of catechetical instructions, next Sunday, for adults as well as chil. dren at 2:30 p. m. A special feature will be an open forum on religious subjects. Closing the service, the Blessed Virgin Mary sodality choir will sing the vespers of the Sunday, follow. ed by Benedfctton of the Blessed Sacrament. The Marywood Players presented "Fresh Paint" for the nurses and Sisters of St. Joseph Mercy hos- pital, last Wednesday evening Change Hour of ChHstm Party Elgin.--St. Ann's society of St. Joseph's church announces that the annual Christmas perty for mere bets end their Children will be held Dec. 14 at 2 o'clock instead of 2:30 as previously announced. Handsome Lawns Shouldn't Be Ruined Aurora.--A clogged sewer no longer mea the digging up of your lawn. Any length of aewer ean be com- pletely cleared and the work suar- anteL Industrial plants or homes can be Immediately serviced by Ruddy Bros. Rote-Rooter Sewer Cleaner. A flexible cable with re- rely/ha knfvu cuts away all stop- pages. Call Ruddy Bros., of f5 S. LaSalle St., Aurora, phone 8691, or Elgin office phone 679. This method saves you money--it costs much less than the expense of digging and the work is much more satisfactory.--Adv. Bakery Maxson's Bakery The Finest of Bakery Goods Phone 239 Dairy Harms-Karr, Inc. Ice Cream and Butter Co. Pa st u r Izepdh G: e4r3n e y Milk ELGIN. ILLINOIS Conducted by Franolscan Sisters An Aocredlted School of Nursing, Affiliated with De Paul University. Address: Directress of Nurses i I Shurtleff Coal  Lumber Co. I I (Not [noorporated) " I Marengo Union HartJInd I Mapls Park Elgin Bsrrlnffton I "ShMrtleff Service Satllffles" I r ELGIN. LLtNOle NovemSer 24, 1938 preparing to care for patients un- der the group insurance plan, pop- i ularly known as the "plan for hos- pital care." This plan has been put into effect in most of the larger hos- pitals of Chicago and 4cinity. Un- der it the head of a family and l dependents may each have 21 full ! days yearly of hospital care by paying a small premium each year. A. J. Heeg & Co. [ FURNITURE HARDWARE FUNERAL SERVICE WATERMAN and SHABBONA, II1. GROCERIES M'ATS Patrick Brothers Everything In ,Good Foods Phones ?.5 and /(5 Marengo, tit PLANe Auto Service DUNNE MOTOR SALES Ford Sa;es, Service and Parts General Repairing "If It's a Ford It' Worth' JOHN DUNNE Phone 192-M Coal,/ce PLANO COAL AND ICE CO. Frank Hellgren, Proprietor We Aprtcite Yoir Ptrog Coal, Feeds Phen. 117 PLANO FARMERS GRAIN CO. L A. SEAKS. Ma,a&r GRAIN. COAL, FEEDS, SEEDS, BUILDING MATERIAL Dept. Store PLANS DEPARTMENT STORE Dry Goods Ready-to-Wear Fine Footwear Funeral Director A. COOPER Furniture 200-J  PHONES  200-W Hardware PLANO HARDWARE CO. Hardware, Paints, Oils end Glass STOVES WASHING MACHINES Phone 128 Ice Cream R. W. ANDERSON Home Made Ice Cream and Candies See Our Display of Wallpapers Phone 48-J 13 EAST MAIN ST. Implements PLANO IMPLEMENT CO. MCORMICK-DEERING Farmall Tractors Milkers Sall end Scrt//C Phone Plane SO Insurance GLYNN A. ]ONES, AGENCY Complete Insurance Protection 1 EAST MAIN STKEET Phone 68-W Market PLANO MARKET & GROCERY /OSEPH STUPKA Fsmaus ]or Quality Mcrcbsndist Sinct 1914 Phone 123 Market Donald Trotter Fresh, Salt and Smoked MEATS PHONE NO. 6 For Your Sunday Chickens . Real Estate DARNELL, SHEER & NOREM REAL ESTATE FARM LANDS and HOMES Phone 202 8 EAST MAIN ST. Ten Cent Store MAKE A CALL ON DUNKEL'S 5 and 10 Cent Store WH,LE , PLAN O Patronize Observer Advertisers ELGIN Beverages Funeral Church Orange Crush Bottling Co. W A I T - R O S S- . s. sol,ami -- s Sc,lsm,, Pr,.. A L L A N S 0 N C 0. 212 W. CHICAGO ST. Phone Elgin 1590 PHONE 4050 - 51 CENTER STREET "A Case of Good Judgment" _ _ .... Gasoline, Oils / BUNGE'S.. --.m-- BEER Everything for tke Motorist EDELVv'EI'SS DISTRIBUTING CO ............... . .... 50 Water SL Phone 2031 rm,: ol, -- 6. -- o,v Coal Phone 60 "The Home of Good Fuel" has been located at No. Grove and Kimball Sts. for the Last 0 Years Come and See Us Whether You Wish to Buy or Not . . Always Glad to Show Our Stock. ADAMS COAL YARD PARIS CAFE We Specialize in Chinese Dishes Jewelers Jewelers Optometrists Rovelstad Bros. Elgln's Rellablo Jewelers Slnos 188 162 E Chicago St Leather Goods CARL BLOEMKE of All Kinds TRUNKS LUGGAGE .._ 167 MILWAUKEE STREET 18 DOUGLAS AVE. Phone ee Tilephone Elgin 262 IZ I VALLEY PAINT CO. JOOO  -" Distributor-Moore Paint Product, tF(;Trm-- I,t, I wATer FAsT waJ-a P't'ER ...... :---_ . .----m I GLAS PAINTERS' SUPPLIES /_gb'J;imkk*fm/ 111 N. Spring SL Phons 341 D.ugs Thiel's Drug Store C. J. Thiei. R.Ph. '=The Prescription Store" 161 DUNDEE AVENU McBRIDE PHARMACY (W. EL McBride) QUALITY DRUGS Priced to Meet Your Budget Cot. W. Chicago & State Phone 7099 Dry Cleaners ELGIN Cleaners and Dyers PHUNE: ffA./dI 740 |6-164 South Grove Avenue Electric Service RICHARDSON BROTHERS Willard atterles Phone 1674 5-N, GROVE AVE. Paints RITScHARD PAINT STORE Distributors for TUNG OIL PAINT8 O'BRIEN'S THERMOLYZED 50 Douglas Ave. Phone Elgin 362 Plumbing MARTIN F. RUNGE UMB[NG AND HEATING 216 Dundee Avenue Water Softeners. Gas Water Heat- era Stokers . . Phone: Day--Office 497. Home 4737. NIFht 807 Taxi WATCH CITY CAB Office--- PHONE mJM't) 17Va North Grove Avs, O L" Patronize Elgin Advertisers