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PAGE 6 THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, DECEMBER i, 1961 PLAN HOLIDAY FAIR--A gift and Book Fair sponsored by the Library and Literature committee of St. Rita Altar and Rosary society, Aurora, will be held in the parish library Dec. 2 and Dec. 3. Shown at a recent committee meeting are (left to right) Mrs. William Nedrow, Mrs. Edward Siebert, Mrs. C. A. Lies, chairman, and Mrs. Richard Reuland. ! I t t t AURORA--The executive board,historian; Mrs. B. J, Jungels of iiii! ::ii:: i iiii!ii! iiiii:: the Aurora deanery, Diocesan Batavia, rural life; Mrs. HenryJ/ Council of Catholic Women, met Kensicki of DeKalb, Newman co-[ :i ii~i:~:i:~?:? :i:i: '::~:!:i: :: ::::::::!i~i!iiii:2:!:!: ::::::::::ii}~!~!~i :~::Nk: ::.'.':::~!Y ii f:i:i~. Thursday at St. Rita of Cascia ordinator; Mrs. LeRoy J. Poullq church with presidents of affiliate public relations; Miss Elaine] i =====================================::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::.'.' ============================== ::~:::::: : '" organizations to discuss plans for Schalz of Aurora, organization and| future activities, development; Mrs. HerbertI Members of the board met to- Schmitz of Aurora, legislation;| i!!!!!!!!i!iiiili gether for the first time in No- Mrs. L. Bruce Thorne. of Aurora,/ ~:.:::~:~~ii!i~i~!}~iii~iyi!:~::~ vember at the home of the new spiritual development; and Mrs./ president, Mrs. John T. Even, S. C. Hoffman of DeKalb, trafficI Aurora. Other new deanery offi- safety. / STUDY LITURGY--Among the study clubs formed as a unit of tbe Confraternity of Christian cers are: Mrs. N. Millen of Aura- Mrs. Birchard Coar of DeKalbI Doctrine at St. Laurence parish, Elgin, is one currently devoted to the study of the liturgy. Several ra, first vice president; Mrs. Ger- has been appointed delegate-at-1 members of the group are shown above (left to right) M~:" Lois Everett, Miss Helen Nesliu, Miss ald Casey of Batavia, second vice large, and the Rev. Harold Nilges, I Nora Heslin and Miss Grace Keliy.--(Castillo Photo) )resident; Mrs. Andrew Greif of assistant at Holy Angels parish is] Sandwich, third vice president;the new Aurora deanery mad- I Mrs. M. H. Johannessen, corres- erator. pending secretary, Aurora; Miss Betty Navarro of Aurora, record- ing secretary; and Mrs. LeRoy L,~s~l$,~ r~ n~lPii W~kie': s s~ fan~;n~al~ot:~:?rerlh~:i I I ~ I ~A y~Jlly,~ I ommg men as 0,ows: Meehng At Crimmins of Aurora, home andI SPRING GROVE- Mrs Albert ers bureau chairman Mrs. John of Freeport, and Miss Eleanor school; Mrs. Ralph F. Duy ofI~A*#| ~ w,~ ~ ;F~ ~,~ Wippcr, president of the Diocesan Hesler of Rockford, visual aids quinn of DeKalb is representa- Aurora, libraries and literature;!L~l~y|~l| I,|1~1 I Council of Catholic Women, haslchairman; Mrs. M. A. Walljasper tire for the Catholic Daughterl Mrs. Lester R. Johnson of Aurora, " 'announced standing committee of Rock Falls. directory; Misslof America. The Women's Catho- ROCKFORD -- The Rockford chairmen and special committee':Emma Tegl of Freeport. his-]lic Order of Foresters is repre- EI,',in Deaner, deanery of the Diocesan Council of chairmen who will serve on the torian; and Mrs. Jack O'Connor sented on the board by Mrs. Or- ,~ r 11 ~ ld an o-en~'~iocesan Eoardforthecoming, land Miss Gabriala Kninschield ville Bradley of Sterling '~ " uatnouc women wl no p "** o, =- . . " ,- . ~=e I / :--" ~^---'~- Dec 4 at 8 '~m 'year i Observer page coordinators. Directors at large cone ~vtr~ ~,~ v F" at Boylan Central Catholic high Standing committee heads are: Six Vice Presidents [Birchard Coar. Mrs. Van Vleeh A Port Buch of El-inI " . . iMrs Raymond Faivre Mrs !~,/ scnool ane rtev herman . - Mrs ~t)ert a. g,Tile six vice presidents are, in ' . .' ' rot ddllU.d/y er faculty member of Newman!home and school; Mrs. John LeelnumericaI order Mrs John T Frank Merriman and Miss Knip. ' ' : ' " ~ " ~ I " " scnielu as )h A Central Cathohc high school Ster-iof Momson l%]slatmn; Mls Even Aurora deanery- Mrs Jo ftAMl-'bl-lll~ -- lvirs, d,el . ~. ' ' ' I Smith of Sycamore president of ~:g~tswill speak on 'Human:ER(~bwe~it.?~:'o~2und~e FndeMorr~. seph Smi!h, Elgin deanery; Miss i / j:^ ^$~^1,~ the El'~in deaner, Diocesan Coun ] ~ " ' ~ e ,llrene IA0U, ~rceport deanery; iL'~I~ ~J/ %.Vl~,~llll~ao~ on nf C~atholic Women announced Father Porter was born in Chi-,rural life; Mrs. C. A. Lies, ll-IMrs Harold Glessner Sterling!m, i/ a t n "7 ~ recent cleaner-- meetin" here lcago and received his master's de-~braries and literature: Mrs. Gor-ideanery; Mrs. Paul Waller, Rock-~ ~ola /.~nnual ~azaar a~.~ ~e t.oh.n Ywill be o~ffered]gtee in English from the Univer- don McKee of Rock Falls, or-l ford deanery; and Mrs. Charles ROCKFORD -- The Ladies of [n'~Ja~uar')"OThey. purpose of the !sity of Notre Dame in 1952 He ganization and development. Mrs. ]Cuda McHenry deanery. All de-" Columbus will hold their annual workshop will be to explain more Christmas bazaar and chicken pie fully the role of the Diocesan supper Saturday, Dec. 9 in tho Council. Knights of Columbus clubrooms New deanery officers for the from 4 to 7 p.m. with serving be- 1961-62 year were announced as ginning at 5 p.m. Bazaar boothg s** = ,-^ ~ Ir l .-- ~ follows: Mrs. Vincent Schuh, Vir- : will feature bakery goods, aprons seph J Wieomann ot vugm ~ew I vvea 3u Tears . air i/"#dfl Dd~,ddf gel first vicepresident; Mrs. Ger- Father also conducts parish! " . . ' ',C~ -I /'~ :lJ "1"-- and fancy work, candy, cherry man coorumatot anu tvirs L L ~ / I { alcl Conro Hampshire, second missions and retreats to lay andi: ; : uuy ~,~UIIU /U tree and fish pond. Mrs, Maurice /~A~'I' UU.15UL~Ut5 -- Mr. andl /ll~ I~'~. AA ~w** vice president; Mrs. Edward religious groups. He is active in]Kagan of ~pring urove, sptrituai]eu r~ '~ Fenelon is bazaar chairman, Mrs. Joseph Roth, who were mar- AURORA -- The library and among families in receut years ||,~.l||o~wla|y Bricher St Charles secretary- the Catholic Interracial movement]devel pme t. [-]ear |Jr. |o~D Tuesday Dec 5 the I~dieg [ E ' " ' ' I,' ' ried Nov. 28, 1911 ]n St. Mary literature committee of the Altar The wreath of evergreens rep- ~ #e. Mrs John Hope, Sycamore treas- and has written for Catholic mag- Speeiai Chairmen will have a potluck supper and chm'eh here celebrated their jub- and Rosar- society of St Rita[resents the cycle of years h'omiI ~ |]l~Jt~'~r~|~r~ urer" and Mrs. Edward DeBoer, azines and newspapers. Special committee chairmen in. ! ROCKFORD--Dr. James Topp, Christmas party with an exchango ~ =. v,weeve, ve = .' chief f aff A " tlee at a Mass of Thanksgiving of Cascia parish is sponsoriug a] Adam, to the time of Chr,st, dur-] E~n, parhamen!arian Mrs. John Kuczynski, leg!slatweiclude Mamnes. ~Tl~aman BMooe [sg:hn o[ pital ~vi[[ sp::k S~o :~hm ~Yr: Sf of gifts. Nov. 19 in the same church. The Christmas gift and Book fail' Sat- ing which the worm awaited meI STERLING -- Members of the lne r~ev. waiter ~. rmoe.rts, chairman, is in charge o[ the pro Mis W !the Eucharistic Stud uild of the Roths have two daughters Mrs J coming of the Redeemer. The ^, pastor of St. Thomas More parish, gram and her committee includes lCrysial Lake, buuget; " ,I . Y g . Standing -- as well as kneeling u,;,r.^.~,~ ~,~m"l'" o,~--~ ,--o.~"~' ,~,~ ~ ~ ~ urday Dec. 2 from 1 to 9 p.m.m,wreath bears four candles', three ~ ~,~a~Mmy parisnanU" .r~ sarYwdl. haveS CietYan all I day~t' Elgin, WaSmoderatorintroducedMrsaS thejohnneWL Mrs 'E G Roberts and Mrs ]B Van Vleet of Rockford, speak- meetmgCath llc ThursdayW man s leagUeDec 7atattheirst -- is a sign of reverence, henCebe. Bussan, who reside on farms in and Sunday, Dec. 3, h'om 8 a ipur.ple ones, to be lighted on the . ~ ide.anery . . .; Francis Murphy Mrs. Paul Wall- ~ Anthon has ital [)r To "s sub we stand to heai'.the Gospels the area There are four grand- to 4 p.m. in the parish library, pemtentlal Sundays of Advent, IChrlstmas bazaar ~uesday, uec. Finley, representing the Alt~r ann er, deanery presideut, will preside lt~t t,-,r Praeses I Y, P~' :. PP " cause they contain the word o! children and one great-grandchild. All of the merchandise at the and a pink one for Gaudete, th.els, starting at9 a.m. in St. Mary Rosarye so~eutYch Ofwe%.omCe~at~~ at the meeting to which all women]"'o '~" ].lae:~ ;~thOe, Longevity, ~wemcme God. gift and Book fair will be sup-Ithird, or joyful Suuday. Appropri-auditorium Mrs Leonard Shah-Borrom o m, "~.' of the Rockford deanery are invi [A~ ~t~nn~ Pl.n t oo.o, =o o, ,o o lit. a ,~, ~. ~+,~ =,~ ~,o ~aiA 6, th,~ f=m-i " ' delegates lne r~ev. uement re- on i - -- t = .~ u ,~, ~a = I I hed b the St ure oI o n a,r an,[the| '~--~ i" " n OK "" v*~ : ' ,-- ]~ '~ [ ~~'~ ~hop. AYa]lahle fo~" select!on will ielYchaS etvhe:lic:nd~::.ingr,e Al~g~;td :2 ~e::rdalM::aiH:rb: taPd~Itres~ t'tT~:S ~;tv pas~:rselm Romba ?esR Ck~~ d;:nerYh]S(h?]~u~ SANTA FE, N.M. (NC) -- A. tP:;kt lanr: ~iSrCUSSRnb~!: w~g ||||illgmlll|IT~l~-"Pl ~ De a variety at oeantuul O00KS] .a ~ ' . . ' a s . ~medical missionary sister said~ ~' .- t - ~--~-- , [fi~[~]]~![i~ cA~ M!!!reR~i! 2~'~:SR:Wi!h~,ma!~d~ i!/ al mmoisemmar piesloen!!cOi ine tmtnotm wornI ] in appeal to readers of all ages.[Members of the Book fair com.jNIcnolas ~oone is in caarge of[O.F.M;,fit;M 'y " Y' Rights Day) at St. Mary church, lt. re that the "Madonna Plan" " [I ' '~t~[ ~," ~'~ I ~M~;F!~e~sli~of~no:l~e me .~vus ,e ~aus tea ue ~vxrs r~oneit Am ~ n;an's,Salieb :eltls ~:d Adve~l~ ~,de~l:th~2~ will be served from ;atlon When Rn~eCk[ l:'o?tw:~ldl0pePacm. for the ~itc the::~lo:ahleC;iUngC~OOs[aC:t~l~e bLr::e'en eLoPr~:iden~ui[he eI~:~' selection of reli lou's aiticles a - "" " ' ' 11 " "g" " P / a m. until 2 p m. and those~ ~ lives of children in underde-I I~ll~]][l~[~[l~ It m~[~ l,~n, c; ~ Mi.o l,t~, Ned lain and Mrs. Chftord Hyland II 1 " 'V" IL:Jt-tW~lt u ox~u~t b ~o ot~uy - in ilate fat Christmas gi mg liilHll~ln~ I* ,--~ p"p" " " ' Irow is in char'~e Of s~eial dcco-Iwho have a limited time for luneh t' ! I veloped countries throughout the t guild chairman. II ~iJlA, eiilil~. I A featme will be several kinds s e,~ I wolld Mrs H land announcesthat ii~i~ IB mmml~1 ' ' m:" Ad~entlt'ations for the fair .will be served first. Dinner w,~b,srers ruay i, ,it I IIf~'~ I ,=--, -- r--n at auvent wreams, tim I " I I HI {IIII Sister Mary Patrick who served i contributions of food or money Lm I~ I . oe serveo irom 3 to l'~o p m and 1 II]~l~[BltllB~l-.~= |i~L wreath ls an ancient pre-Chr~st-!--~ I " . " :: [lll q///] [ [= li]lfor four years at Holy Familylmay be sent to he=" for the an-]l '~" ~f I -- * --~~ '' ~;- ~ mas symbol which has been re- t'k,; * - A,-.I.; coitee an(] re tiesnments w]~i ne/~ ij rdllOUl Ill/UL/eddina5 Ill/hospital Berekum, Ghana, said]nual food shower for the Poorll ~ I vivea with increasin" '-o-ularit" ~.ll/l~/llla~ P*u Hvmm served mrougnout me nay umer ,~ vy imH, . "' t. ".-" [ - s e e ~, I. r -r "i n will b Coun I a ///~ . ~7 ,llllthe Mauonna pmn ~s in operatmnlClares. II - I Dial WO 3-5409 I~1 ROCKFORD -- The Youngit r~ZKaitc~tetnabCotothSbook neooak -ar'll-) fgCtlOn IlL ]lllin India, Africa, Pakistan, South/,~ Remember This I h t Ame ]ca ,t, =,- vev,I r im /Matrons guild of the Catho'cl ' ~[ ' ' ]Vietnam and inLat'n " /I Ii - L I " " n cei pest oooth, Spamsn ooom anu h r b b ()as arlnl Woman's league will have ItS a -,' d Under the plan, mot e - a y i APl lil~iI P / ~,~h.;o~ . ~ ~ a wide assortment of childrens ALLIANCE Ohio (NC) -- Four- AURORA--Miss Melitta Nold an / /I IA&lm'l'l'tl~ II I'~umgvr I m~ " t "1 - I ' Martin A Heli in Sacred rteart/health centers provine medical1 J/~III/UR III ram, e I A ~'ttt~l~ I IIIHlll l I'- & Oliveri =ling Monday, Dec. 4 at 7:30 p.m. lgitts' lteen.uommlc~an ~lsters ?r~lo~aetrnn church, Nov, 25. icare plus health and nutritionll s, ill Ulal ?~-ooo~ I Committeechairmenincluue ing to netect nuclear u BYRON--Miss Patricia AIIen and . I L'V|~L'|~ . |at Mendelessohnclub. Mrs. Jerome] . ] James P Beafe in St Mar" church education for mothers Sister,I ~UI'I'LII:~ I,I I ~-- ~ . Mmcs Robert Lendman norm preparation ior estaousnmg u]vu . -," t FUNERAL HOME lDohm wtll serve as auctioneer forl % . I NOV. 25. IMary Patrick described the pro-]l Ill m~A~I/PAI~II~ I @~ ~ I.-- I ~[~,'+iol'~o '~"na~'~d b, -uild mem. lInnes Frank Cesarek rtooertluetense momtormgstauons at ~t. ELGIN--Lynn Danford and Wil- ~, ; JA ta tho f~11]1 Ill KUL, I rldKU I aToroge t,o, Inc. =- rw. Chapels i bers." ~ ~ McDonnell, Lloyd K1oct~e, David I Joseph and Regina Coeli schools ~a~ (s" Cody In St. Mary ehureh,[~on}erenceoft~ae'SantaFe'Arcl~']l 8~lm~ lii '.-.-. L-S SZ-. I / 1 tLaughlin, B E Austin Williamlhere. Miss ~To Ann Leiseberg and Law L ]1 LPi~III~ III131 I IURIIUIr~ ~ I I~ r~=^= ttt~ ,~ ~'z~,~ a ~ [Eberlev A 'A "Dieterle' Edward The Sisters, teachers at the two rellce J. O'Brien in St. Mary'm cesean uouncu of ~aLIIOllC I o 330 S. Wyman ] = The cathedral of Florence Italy King" James Bruno Clarence schools ale" the first" toenroll churChFREEPoRTNOV 18.Miss Marl"s Aseher Women. I Chemical Ca. II ,'-,;'~i~'~;g ] II 707 Marchesano took 600 vears to comnlete be- Reynolds James Regan, Gerald ]n the Stark County Civil Defense and Gerald P. Fahl in St. Joseph !| 623 7th--RockfordH ' "-"" ""-- "--" I I~ark1:nrtl III / n .t.t a ~ll th~'mm.hl~ o,~lnr~d f~oadelGavin Thomas Flvnn Gilbertlcourse. When they have cam- church, Nov. I8. ]| "!" I e/ ' II Phone WO 3-5977 III-. I I'~V'I~'IV''~IIIII I ~t*U~'=r~lVll~l '," ' . HAMPSHIRE -- Miss Carolyn I o leted the comse the Federal /roxel Knows l Ibeoun in the hth century remain IThome, Robert O ourke, PrestonlP,Reiser .enry eis in st ll H III,ou,n =u. I ~[,llllllB|l||l||l||Rl|~tod nnfinlqh~d .ntil 1RR7 ]~ ~r~ndnn Clvd~ Wahl Bruce Civil Detense egency will turn Charles Borromeo church. Nov. ll. II l lie -- roll I " '" ~ - - ' ' ' " i - I MCHENRY w Miss Mary Rita ' r orman over radiation detection equp IPolier and Marge G . ],]Daly and Lawrence J. Feezel inll nlnMlilln~ [11 i h r comm]tte chairmen are ment to them to measure raula st John the Bapttst church Nov i~IHI|iVIII~V I Lmmm Lmmm mAm ~ ~10t e ' e ' I ''14' ' '11 I,I A PERSONALIZED SERVICE I ~U ~U ~lU~ ~;'~ I ~ ! ! !! iMmes. Lena Carrillo, Jess Ortega, Itenn. levels . [ OREGON -- Miss Judith ~rapau-!l -- III ,~,~~ I ~ ~-,f e = IRobert Harms James Fitzgerald I The measurements are to Oelsky and Richard L. Duesterhaus in]| ~ III . I We Specialize in First Communion ~ ~1. ~" ' H 1~ ~ri-b'ltaken in the event of a nuclear[st. Mary church, Nov. 18. I ,I I ~& ~ I I I Large ~~J~ y '~."- a r t=.-- : ~ t: /#~i~ ~lJerome ~meper, arou L~ e '1 i -aleI STERLING -- Miss Sharon Dale/I II .~l'l I "I =11 Iii Parking~~L~li Lacarlan I ~1111~ ~lll/lllll~lll~ll Vvi/mm~ ex lOSlOn tar as ion as It S J[~'~ Im]' ]m(tm13,1"~i:Ik'11i[Lester Newell and A. J. Beatty. I P g [and James Wiltz in St. Maryll ~ I[I Area ~i~ ] PAR HIAL H ~L IINIF~RM-q ~ - - --~--Ifor the Sisters to expose them- / church, Nov. 25. I . ~~'- Ill ~~~T~te~ Mor~ Tb,n OC SC O ~. ~Li II ~,~l,~ tn f~lln,t Their findingsl WARREN--Miss Shirley Boelk andll,"OC FO O'S o,a,~ I Ill 4s rs I V k I" ~"" .% Roy L. an De Mar m St. Ann ~ Use Our Convenient Charge or Lay-o-way ~ i~~~11 Since 1888 I}De e:Oeb ea : ya e O. local Civil Ct~o~l~lNl~:,l Va.--Miss Truciila I,s:,~ II ,==.~ I Plan for Wide Selection of Coats - /'ADI tvLaynen ill I Snow Suits - Jackets - Sportswear [Mark Anniversary [ I FITZGERALD FUNERAL HOME ,NfANTS ,O PRE-,EENS - CHUBB,ES --,USK,ES ROOFING Ir Mr and I F.ank R. F,zgar*'d H. i,zgara'd / Rockford Plaza Open Evenings Till 9 EX 9-1714 [ l~/~;b.t uuDu~,/u~ -- . ~ ~ 3600 North Rockton Ave. -- Rockford / COMPANY, Inc. ]lMrs B H.R,cke, who were mar-i ! urwm I 3 B ck, North af Halsted Read- WO 5-4643 --~ ~ ~~1 I1.~: .~ ~,~ ,~o ~n~ ;" ~'~qvi*" of/ Iilll~ II I -- ~=--~."~ =~'~1 I! ,/I Roof=ng I] the Blessed Virgin Mary church, [ I ILUE STAR I ~.~ ,~ ~ I I . mmn D, c: ROSS I[I Acoustics I[Menominee, celebrated their fib,12-PAK ]~Bv/~-|~D~ 1~[ I ~ !.-All rl .:.L ~ I ' vv=~ miv, ,s=-mvse ~m=e=.- rm=-~ I[I [[tieth wedding anniversary at al I / ~a,'~ aKJ~l tl erving / 11 run,I i ^re Delicious t, FOR FINE FOOD IllRockford illinois [[Mass of Thanksgiving Nov. 25 in[ I- Y't'T. e,i ii I }1 r I I ' " I ooe~z r,g=-~y L ~~ ~ Itl PHONE WO 4-6795 I1St. Mary church here. The R,ckes I ' -"~'*'~="~ ~ I I ~~ Party Platters for - li! I lived on a farm until 1930 when/,F'~k and Buttermilk tl~,! I ~i~ all occasions. ~ II they moved to East Dubuque. / ]1 " '~ t - L.-, ,- I~N| I I N ,a, F;sb M u, F F,doy lit-'--------3 I Ready To Serve I Sh emakers,f r I S L EMR--ONDIS2WATRCy; SAL CHILE'S CATERING CO. K Y WELCH'S CHEESE r Steaks Chicken II ,ou ~enerarmns II I/I W~omplete Service For II I 3131 Auburn St. ROCKFORD WO 3-0946 Sea ~oo~ ill I ii IRY PRO?UCTS- J B05 East State' Rockford Ill B! AN Ill I/I ~---~ BANQUETS WEDDINGS I] II i I,o w o ,tl - .PA S. and SCHOOL AFFAIRS 1 (Edge O' Town) Dining Room and Cocktail Lounge We Carry In Stock Over New & Rebuilt At Our New Location 769 N. Madison ROCKFORD RADIATOR REPAIR WO 8-9871 205 North Church St. Rockford Rockford, Illinoie COLLINS Y, SUNDBERG Winnebago County Coroner THE SUNDBERG Conveniently Located fo Serve Catholic Families in All Parishes 215 Hall Street Hot Food or Cold Buffets Catering Service To The Rockford Diocese WO 4-8647-Rockford Sunday Family Treat At The Original Pancake After Church Bring the Family for Real Deliciou Pancake Menu with the Finest Ingredients. Serving Special 7 A.M ta 2 A.M. Sunday, 7 A M. ~ Room for to Midnight Party Groups WO 2-7743 1031 East Stale Rockford Cold Weather More overheated furnaces multiply the chances for fire. The safest place for your important papers --winter and summer - is in a box in our Safe Deposit Box. It's convenient, too. Rental averages only a few dollars a year. FIRST NATIONAL BANK and TRUST 401 EAST STATE STREET, ROCKFORD MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCI CORP, I Rockford s Oldest Bank" FREE PARKINe SPACl CHRISTMAS PARTIES Private Banquet Facilities Tables Reserved For Small Groups Friday Special: Sea Food Buffet $1.25 Sunday Special: Family Style Chicken $1.95 Special Prices for Children Corner of E. State and Alpine EX 92058 -- ROCKFORD Call Clyde O'Harra, Catering Manager !