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Santa Rosa De Osos, Colombia ---(NC)-- A book entitled, Pro- testantism, Its History and Errors," written by Bishop Miguel Angel Builes of Santa Rosa de Osos, will be published in the early part of 1953, it was announced here. Greetings VINCES PAINT & HARDWARE 1304 S. Main ROCKFORD Luggage Leather Goods make an Ideal Gift THE LUGGAGE SHOP 109 W. STATE ROCKFORD COMPANY 525 Main St. ROCKFORD, ILLo THAT GOOD GASOLINE SMITH OIL SERVICE Smith Oil & Refining Co. and Associate Dealers AR-KI-TECK oc cote Interiol finishes Exterior Coatings Industrial end Mainten- ance coatings u "Rot-Stops" rot in wood or canvas SCIENTIFICALLY AND CAREFULLY FORMULATED BY Rockford Paint Manufacturing Co, ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS STORAGE BUY YOUR ROCKCOTE PAINT AT West State Plumbing Supply Puint--Wallpaper--Flomr Tile 3015 W. State---Tel. 4-2332---Rockford nua Rockford--Betty Jane Poli, Doris Oehl, Dorothy Kisting and Rose- mary McCoy were soloists at the annual concert presented by the music department of Muldoon high school. A tap dance was done by Shirley Weens. Accompanying the different selections at the piano were Antoinette Vaccarello and Marion McReynolds. Mrs. Billingham, leader of the Senior Girl Scout Troop No. 97, arranged for the members to dis- play two Nativity scenes in busi- ness houses on State street. Margie Gustafson planned the program at the annual potluck supper for scouts and their mothers. ~, Lupe Huitzacua, Charlene Cata- lani, Pat Shepherd, Kay Eager, Shirley Koelker and Antoinette Samartano directed Muldoon's Junior Red Cross group in prepar- ing favors and Christmas decora- tions for distribution to hospitals and institutions in Rockford. Mrs. Ronald" E. Graw was chair- man of the Christmas party for children of Muldoon high school alumnae. Mary Ann Schoening was select- ed by Muldoon Civic bureau as the "Good Citizen of the Month." During the month of December the Sodal-Bits, Muldoon's Sodality Newspaper, was edited by Pat Dix- on, Palma Pro, Marie Ceruti, Carol i Budden, Margaret Fitzgerald, Carol i Johnson, Margaret Hansen, and Linda Latino The January staff will consist of Connie Ryczeck, Frances Konieczski, Nancy Tice, Joanne Salbago, Judy Crippen, Ar- lene Baker, Sheila Culhane, and Roxanna Monosmith. The girls to be responsible for the bulletin board in the main hall will be Lorraine Lightcap, Lor. etta Meitinger, Shirley Weens, and Emma Jane Zeppieri. The winners of the Poster and Bulletin Board Contests sponsored by the Publicity Committee were announced at Muldoort during their Sodality meeting. They were Bar- bara Bond, Freshman, first prize, and Barbara Nelson, Senior, sec- ond prize in the Poster Contest. The Bulletin Board judged the best was the work of Joanne Sal- bego and Linda Latino. Honorable mention went to Lupe Huitzacua, Justina Huitzacua, and Maureen Dixon. Mr. Geraghty, President Of the East State Street Merchants, re- quested that Muldoon prepare an outdoor Nativity Scene. The Nativity Scene will be dis- played across the street from the Rockford Lumber and Fuel Com- pany on t'he North Side of East State Street. e Rockford--Mary Anne Triolo, so- cial program chairman this month for the Catholic Association of Young Men and Women, has an- nounced that the pre-New Year's Holiday Party and orchestra dance will be from 9 to 12 p.m. Sunday Dec. 28 at the Catholic Center, 839 N. Main. Plans are being made to accom- modate a large crowd because of the number of college students home for the holidays. Friends of the C.A.Y. club are invited. The Discussion Club will meet at 7:30 instead of 8 p.m. because of the dance. Members and guests at the Christmas party to be held at the Catholic Center this Sunday, Dec. 21, at 9 p.m. are requested to bring gifts suitable for a needy family, whose name has been furnished by the Catholic Charities. Through gifts of canned food, toys, money to purchase perishable foods, etc. the club will be able to bring the blessing of a joyous Christmas to this large family whose children range from pre-school through grade school. A short Christmas play will be presented at the party. The Dis- cussion club will meet at 8 p.m. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year JANITOR SUPPLIES HAROLD B. SORENSON, Prop. 524 W. Stote Rockford Merry Christmas LIBBY OIL AND CHEMICAL COMPANY INCORPORATED 1140 HARRISON AVE. ROCKFORD Merry Christmas Cut Stone Company 10th Avenue and 10th Street ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS Greetings / 1025 Parmele Ave. Rockford G. W. HAFFORD Whoople And Haloes Holiday parties are grand fun and they must remain such. No matter how hard you try to get through this round of parties you are bound to read about one or the other group who forgot about haloes while having a bit of whoopie. It will be another black eye for i"those terrible young people" who !figure all too often in the conver- sation of living-room reformers. You, for one, can show that you appreciate what the holiday sea- son is for and bring honor to Christ. Decent Disks And Suitable Songs Penny Whistle Blues * April In Portugal (Vic) Freddy Martin. Sleigh Bell Serenade * Keep It A Secret (Decca) Bing Crosby. Hi Lilll, Hi Lo * Keep It A Secret (Victor) Dinah Shore. The Things I Might Have Been A Tear Can Fall (Victor) Lilly Ann Carol. September Song n Sioux City Sue (Decca) Grady Martin. Junga Junga * Twilight Boogie (Victor) The Three Suns. Wonderful Copenhagen * Thum- belin (Decca) Guy Lombardo. Silent Night * Jingle Bells (Capitol) L. Paul-M. Ford. Auld Lang Syne * Home On The Range (Decca) Guy Lombardo. The Three Bells * Whirlwind (Columbia) Compagnos De La Chanson. Two ten inch long plays that Columbia has just issued will find many happy ears. They are Paul Weston's Whispers In The Dark and Guy Mitchell's Songs Of The Open Spaces. Repeated for your check list: SYVERSON & SON TILE and MARBLE CONTRACTORS Don't Let The Stars Get In YouI Eyes on Victor, and Decca; I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus og~ Victor, Columbia, and Decca; and Blue Violins on Victor. Havana, Cuba ---(NC)-- Large numbers of foreign visitors are expected to attend a Marian Con gress which will take place here from January 7 to 12. The con- gress will be climaxed by the cor- onation of a statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Stephen & Wolff, Inc. Bronze end Aluminum Foundry 2401 Lothom St. PHONE 3-2224 ROCKFORD, iLLINOIS Syverson's Rest Home Chronic--Old Age and Convalescent Patients Accepted Illinois and Rockford Licensed Registered :Nurse In Attendance Tel. S-8344 ~ Rockford, IlL 1031 W. State VISIT for BLOUSES--SKIRTS sizes 32-44 HELEN DORAN, Prep. Room 202 -- Rockford Trust Bldg. Just The Thing For Outdoor Christmas Lighting and Year Around Use Extra Heavy Duty Extension Cords 100 ft. $8.00 25 ft. Trouble I./ghts $2.00 Catholic Salvage 1031 W. STATE---TEL. 5-8344 ROCKFORD 1025 W. State Rockford HENNE FOOD PRODUCTS CO. Wholesale Food Supplies Institutional Packages For Resto u rants--Hotels---Institutions Processors of Pickle Products t O~lce and Warehouse 802 Cedar St. Tel. 5-9426 Rockford # VIOLA'S BEAUTY SHOP Finest In Permanent Waving 0 Scalp Core -- Hal# Cutting -- Tints Evening Appointmentl tel 2-8634 107 Hall St. Rockford "We Dress Your Floors and Windows" See Our Complete Line Broadloom Carpeting u linoleum Tile u Kitchen Cabinets and Sinks Curtains and Drapes eWlndow Shades Planning Services and Estimates Free Coil Main 3-9651 CAR-PET-LINE STORE Inc. 428 7th St. Rockford, III. Keep CHRIST in CHRISTMAS! Come to BONDED u FIREPROOF CONTROLLED TEMPERATURI[ LOW RATES DIAL 3-$409 for RELIGIOUS GIFTS Rock Crystal Rosaries Sterling Rosaries --- Missals 129 N. Main St. (Upstairs) Phone 3-9545 ROCKFORD, ILL. Religious Gifts Become Treasures. - "Always Good Show" STATE and CAPITAL THEATRES CHARLES HOUSE ENTERPRISES, INC. December 21, 1952 The Observer Edition OUR SUNDAY VISITOR 7A I WHEN D!NING OUT .................... ROCKTON, ILL. I