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News Section--Page 10A THE OBSERVER EDITION OF OUR SUNDAY VISITOR Sunday, December 3, 1950 J (;eraht Brookman, Aquin '46, is now a member of the police (le- partment at Freeport. After grad- uation he served for three years in the United States army. Upon dis- charge, he held the rank of staff sergeant and then attended Mar- quette university for one year. Diane Wieneke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wienekc, St. "rhonl- as Aquinas parish, Freeport, was received as a full member in Theo- tokeion, honor society of Rosary college, River Forest, Ill. Twenty- two other ~'irls were also initiated as full members and three girls were named associate nlembers Mrs. Catherine Junffels of St. Nicholas parish, Aurora, observed her 90th birthday Saturday, Nov. 25. On Sunday, open house was held in the family home. The daugh- ter of Michael and Catherine Pettit, Mrs. Jungels married the late Peter Jungeis in 1882. They were the parents of 15 chihtren, eight of whom are living Mrs. dungels has 23 grandchildren and 37 great-grandchildren. One sister, Mrs. Nick F dler of Aurora joined the family and friends in offering cong"ratulations on the 90th birth- day. Jack Williams was general chair- man for the annual Thanksgiving dance hehi Friday night in the in the Catholic center at Rockford by meml)ers of the CAY club. In charge of publicity was Macy Lou Schlickman; decorations, Ed Did- ier; orchestra, Bob Brady. Mrs. J. E. Duffy entertained members of the Freeport Catholic Women's Study club in her home. Mrs. Clarence E. Scanlan gave the Bible lesson and Mary :Ellen Man- ion and Mary Wheeler and Mrs. George Kleckner discussed new 12 W StelDhenson ~ Frtq)0r! NEWBERR'S Wallpaper and Paint S Headquarters ~odern Styles in , Wallpapers i1~and Paint 22 W. Main F' Freeport I i b.q.0 East Du EGELHOF FUNERAL HOME I Tel. 26 IL Dubuque Illinois Galena umRm ur,onG Furniture and Rugl QmlDel Home Ambldencu S4wvicn Phonu, ~ere 122, Niln Rel. 70. eALENA, ILLINOIS II m i books by Monsignor Sheen and Father McCarthy. Mrs. Francis Dillon was chair- man last Wednesday afternoon at the meeting of Marmion Mothers club, Aurora, when a Christmas i wral)ping demonstration was given by a local store. Mrs. l,ee Seraphine and Mrs. Julius Sabo were chairmen, with Mrs. l{ussell Kaa(I and Mrs. Fred l,intlen al, the monthly meeting last Monday night of St. Anne's society of Sacred lleart parish, Aurora. Margaret Townsend was chair- man for the last meeting of the Mariola chlb, St. Mary's 1)arish, Woodstock Plans were made to hold the annual Chirstmas party Tuesday evening, Dec. 12. The Dominican Sisters of SS. Peter and Paul parish school in Cary were guests of honor at a dinner served by the Altar and Rosary society ofthe parish. A pantry shower was held in honor of the Sisters. Mrs. M. Herring was elected president for the coming rear. Rosemary Empen, prefect, and Helen Long, vice-president, of the society at Catholic Community high school, Sterling, directed the members in preparing baskets of food for needy families in St. Mary's parish at Thanksgiving time. Roumanian cooking will be fea- tured at a ('hristmas bake sale to be held by the women of St. Mich- ael's parish, Aurora, Saturday, Dec. 16, from 3 to 7 p.m. and Sun- (lay, Dec. 17, from 9 to 5 p.m. in the church basement. Elaine Olah and Emily Kish are genecal chaic- men. Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Jungels, St. Nicholas parish, Aurora, cele- brated their 40th wedding anniver- sary Thanksgiving day. Two sons and two daughters with their fam- ilies were present for the holiday and their parents' anniversary. lOCAL A resolution was adopted at the Supreme Council meeting, in New York, last August, requesting su- preme Knight John E. Swift to set: a Day of Communion in honor oft Holy Year, with Councils of the Order keeping record of their members receiving Holy Commun- ion on that day, for transmittal to the Holy Father as a Holy Year Spiritual Bouquet. This Sunday, December 3, 1950, has been selected because it falls Nun Writes 'A Cry From The Horrors Of Hell' In Russia Dear Parents: Funeral Dr. Doran Held Freeport ford and Loras academy at Du- buque. In 1922, he "gcaduated from Marquette U'niversity Dental school at Milwaukee. After practicing denistry in Rockfor(t for some year's, in 1923 he opened offices in Freeport. On Aug. 27, 19:~0, he married Miss Freeport -- Tuesday morning', Dorothy Wahlen of Beloit. At last there is an opportunityNov. 28, in St. Thoma~ Aquinas /nte(ment tool< place in Calvary to let you know timt I am stillparish t'imrclL ])r. Clarence W cemetery. I among tim living. Will this letter Doran's funeral Mass was offered May his so l rest in peace. reach you ? It is such a long time by his nephew, the Rev. William since we were carried off into RuE- (~urtis of Rochester', Minn. Mere- sia. How often do I cry out: Do|,ere of the senior (.lass from Blood Donors not forget us, l)ray for us, hell) us. [ Aquin high school, with friends Entertained We are abandoned and destitute,of the family and pastors of the t)lunged into unspeakable misery, city, united' with the family in Freeport -- St. Francis tlospital It is horrible what we are en-offering prayers for the repose of entertained donors to the blood daring here, ] 500 of us Sisters. We Ihis soul. bank at dinner Wednesday eve- are treated as beasts, driven tel ........ i ninff Nov. 29. The Sisters of the ueatn came saodenr [o l)r : . . work with blows. If one of us col-I .... : , " " I" "1 hospital, to express apprectatton uoran rest ~aturuay mornmg, lei . . lapses, she m left bv the roadside ........ "" " " i for the assistance ffxven, arranged " t na(I nor~ Deen 111 DHL DeIOl'e leav ng ~, ~, to (he; a guard may beat one of .... .~...._~ ^~: ...... ,: .... .~ ~ I the droner cooked i~y S~ster I;orerm us to death without a sign of emo-I It(o~l:,.e((~e"~eelin'"CeA~t"*'(l'Uo:'