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p.- FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1961 THE OBSERVER PAGE 7 KWe-Lmee-S0,MEel I ,o s os II Coats Suits STERLING,ILLINOIS WURLITZER ORGANS I Millinery I~~'- wu~,~!!~L .~2A"~ II, Cruises ~ses-- ~I~ " ~*J.O.~]tJ~o o o,)resse; t Used Pianos and Organs I/I .11 II !l ,Convenient Terms III IJI II JRich Piano & Organ Co. I/I "A:r::: : S::=h~pe:Ho:l:;:;r R:;tals II CUMMING'S II Sportswear ACcessories J 221 .st Main S Ill ALIJCIM I KAV CL DUKI:/AU I I I[" F, oepo. Ill i ,' Complete Painting Body and Fender Repairing 810 North Broadway Aurora TW 2-1881 SLOUF BROTHERS RUG and FURNITURE CLEANERS "Tacked down carpets cleaned on floor" 1209 New York Street Phone Aurora TW 2-1511 For Service Call fW 2.3971 Newman Holds Marian Fathers Planning . . WR Lists School Service I . I I I s hows Award Program oruaenr vveIrare t'rogram I I J I I Three special Christmas pro. i I I ~ i J,g ams on Christmas Eve and . [ WOODSTOCK -- Officers of the son chairman of the membership] ] lu l " ~'rJ~Llis~ -- n school servmel ic-mmittee renorts that 33 ne~/ Ratings were given by the Legion[ [| [] |lChr'stmas day have been sched- I ul t:vel r tb: :: he :nTudrthher B o " aid [ S eclal uests were * e e If, ~ bMYidWn~g~X~[~h:tn:ls 1Eve the omt s onsorshp of the Illmms welfare program for the club s J" P " " " ~ ' ]that his committee has agreed tota cepteh' as correct" A] general[ [] l~e vlneyara Community |]the Midnig'it Mass from the Shrine Industrial Education clubs and the]members The endorsement was[extend the membership drive un ]patronage; A-I.I, ~(lults: .adol.es-] II -- Chest Agency I/of the Immaculate Conception, cents; a-iaz, aaut[s; u, on]eetlonaole I -- s Washin D " National Electrmal Contractors ~iven recentlv in view of the[til January 10 Thisadditionaltime[ln part" C condemned. Films werel I / gton, . C wdl be tele- A~n /~ ~, . [; 4 4"~ h:, ,11~ |scheduled 'as of press time. Those~ I By Lisa Ferris Charles McNamee and the Ray. cast |large increase in cm~ memoer-H~ -=~-',=-~,-- ~, /not listed were scheduled later or/ I /~,t-h.t;o ~h ~; *;~ ~ " ] ~ ' ' A" Frank M]sner, contractor ana/ ,y }of the cumbersome t~sk of keep.[had no Legion rating. [ I [henry ~cnryer. Veroai com-[ ,~ ~[ar Snau Rise" will be representative member of NECA,/stop" . . ling in touch with committee mem-/ A-I " / [ Coming as a special Christmas mendations were given at this/Presented Monday, Dec. 25, at made the award. ~ The program will prowd.e ]n[bers from all over the COUnty." ~ Bad Bascomb Mrs.'W!ggs et ] I remembrance was a letter re- meetinu to members of thi~ hh~rrl[9:30 a.m. This is the sotry of the " a~ UellS o~ ~c me t~aDDage o Newman Industrml Education part: In the event of the de t I [ Mary " Patch / [cently received by the Rev. . ~-. ]three wise men and their discov- m,h-m,-,~r, are Mark Moore EdlOf e Fathers club member, the]~ ]Birth of theBlUeSca t " PeopleK. Vs. Dr. / tMichael J. Shanahan, director of wno nan worKea on me Elgin cry of the ne~- star of the East Stumpf, M~ke Murphy Johnltmtmn of h~s children (,that ar.]~n,~e ~ A oltst~ P/aft / CourageousP. am l~angersfldare or / Cathohc' Charlhes.' Community' Chest dave.' M,zs. Ar-/The story draws a parallel be." :Phalen, Gordon Fazzi and Bob Re- attending Marian Central at that ~ /Cho~Sm~astCarol ~ortu~ecSa~tory/ The Division of Child Welfare, thur Stahr, treasurer of the board Itween the intellectual fa,th of the gan. Club sponsor is Leo Foist. ]~ilm;)f~rillb: P:~dnbY het atc s[t-nr#srmas nc,vmes /SoPm%n,to st%y ~/eVernon [" SISTERS MAY HAVE MUSICALn~'Hr~T:'n~lTW:b~fis~hed b0?c~:t, l r ngtfieeldilhnol ieDde ~tAgntnCo~ ~smdev~[edc~neatY/ear~ ntis :h~lwise men and the simple faith of " The club was honored fo spon- . ~ ,~,r.~-~r, or, m~ y n-~ Stable Castle / Christmas tunes heard in y s Y P " Y " - [ " ' P " Y P "g Ithe shepherds. r soring such events as dances, op-] dren's high SChOOl careera~[ ~ z~a: ~ ~ z ~ ut, .~] Edison the Man That Midnight / cinnati music publisher, were written by two Sisters of Charity [Mental Health has renewed our was cited for her services. [ Pat O'Brien screen and TV star i Central " ca[nolle AQtllL~ OI rtOCKTOra Will Go Getter Kiss ' , eration of a coneessmn stand at Mar an * vents /Going My Way Thoroughbreds / from Leavenworth, Kan. Sister Madeleva, right, a trumpet hcense to eonhnue as a child The board was also given a ser- lm 'The Joyful Horn-, Monday, basketball games and acting as] To Invite Wives [sponsor two ~,nr~s~ma.~ e [Gulliver's .Don't Cry[ player and one-time dance band leader who now teaches music at placing agency This is done year- vice report by Miss Miller Con Dee 25 at 12 30 p m As the f' will be a earolin Travels -liger and the . . ' " . . " " '. purchasing agent and salesman Frank Kendrtgan, newly uP-I The ~wst a.~g/Hansel and Flame / St. Pros X htgh school, Kansas CRy, wrote the muste. Smter I!Y m all child placing agencys: eluding the meeting were re-tO'Bnen family kneels in prayer i for the girls sodality. Ipomted chalrl~l~n :e[s:h: t~;l~r~ll~iar~c~uWc~cn WnR~ ~o~eo~ ~na~[HGe~el ~Peeth~il~ievet ] Rose Anne, a Latin teach::ate W::ds ~rh;:L=:O::nther~Y::;s Infter careful mve~Ugah~ner a~d ports by members of the Mardilbefore the crib and manger scene l eommtttee, P ] "/It I Had My Way Winkle,/ Written under a single pen-, g P study Mrs. Marjor e ua," Gras committee who have been I in their livin~ room th~ ~tnrv at ~'~ Wh ibilities of blood trans Iprogram for membership epprov ]urday, Dec. 23. Carolers are to/m sociVy." Youngest [ will be applied to a three million dollar program for expansion of /censing representative recom- bus, makin~ dance -lans [the first Christmas 'unf'o~lds"~-" v. -, 1-,-~,~ -- " Lease o!LITe ~'roiesslon . o" ~ y fusion were first discovered by a lal at the clubs regular monthly/meet at 7.30,p.m. at S!. James/ AII J the sisters' motherhouse.--(NC Photo) ]mended the renewal of the heense meetin Januar~ 23. church. ~ong OOOKS anct ~ranspor-, " for Catholic charities Benedmtme monk, RobertDes g - . Beachead N~ght Club . ~ . . Gabets in 1665 MaurmeF. Clark vmepres~dent/tahon will be provided by the BigLift.Scandal [1~| | t ||- n n, l I Miss Gertrude Miller super-~ ~l,|mlet~o ~,~e*~a,~,~| land program chairman of the/club. I~io~sSokmYs in the N~ghtusHa~ Ayes [I-'lauaffs mr MrcnDlsnop r~oDan Ivisor of the Elgin agency, read /GQ/U/GO,GaouI lal IV|U:I~, ,Advertisement) f~athtl~sc~bb!:b~i;sYtma~ngn~lansfl A semi'f rn~va~dnCeh:s~s:maDedcan;7e.l~DuUn~e of joy NN~:::*utNh?ts ] CLEVELAND, (NC) -- Plaudits as, building 67 scho0ls, e new / the letter to members of the:lg~: WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass.] Dec. 31another program of sea. o will be held y Chmstmas 1 he s and ctt ma or and minor seminar and Cathohc Charmes board me e s (N) H One hundred years I ' . " 2" .I ! ]from his fellow b's p"y j " y, / " '" . C--"The our of the Cruci-lsonal music will be -resentea . -- i1962. Clark S plans are [.o mv,m[from 9 to 12 p.m. ac me lraust I F~i~a~nto O~'He~r~y's:~u]l ]officials were heaped on Arch-other projects of the past 1hi at their December meeting. Those fled," a weekly radio program of l ~io ko ~' he memners wives so - w,~. ~uu~ ~ u.o a~ a~m ot ,now-now . at [all of t; lhotel. JDa[ n P2,- oHu~uset in]bishop Edward F. Hoban, Bishop years. [present at this meeting were the Passionate Fathers, will pre-I P P ~' they WIll nave a cnance to oo ~" '~ " " a f v t Mrs Geor e Brmkman, Har ann ~ne ~ev ~lClellS ~lce t; t-, r":-e J "[~ ' ]His Girl*~r~day Malaya ~of Cleveland. as he celebrated the Growth is sign o itel'ty;/ g ' " sent an all-musical broadcast as j . ' y~ur a~ vl~ serve the regumr ousmess pro-~ Iinsurance. Remember the|40th anniversary of his'consecra- and judging by this criterion, the]old Corr Mrs. Arthur J its Christmas offering Dec 24 ]director of the program, will give leedure of committee chairmen] ~t rNlnnlcllLlS OI me t-ure ttana Investigator r~ign~ / ~ ' " Axe you pmnning an aa program; h.^ his ri-ht hand encased in aI J urney for suspect |tion as a bishop. Diocese of Cleveland has reason]Stahr, E. B Knott, William T. Seven choirs will participate [a brief talk . $1nc! Olileers reporung on me ~v~t ~ Margaret Till We Meet " to be roud of Its w orous s lr] Meyers, Laurence S 0 Conner booklet, a membership directory[ ]~ let after hearin" St I Lady in the Lake Again [ Archbishop Hoban 83 was bish- P g P / ' -- f aani~ati annivers-[CmO S acuvmes, lU ,?~.~,s ~ . "1 Lady on A Train Twice Blessed | ~ f ,~o m,~,f,a ~;,~, o h,ff, r,~ tual life. It is almost literally true/the Rev. Walter Roberts, the Rev. I -. :$:^ I A .I A ~'-"T-':V". ,/ Extend Drive lunglas propneey mac tc was t0jLeopard ManUndercover jut' ,k ~ 1. .=- ,u ~ c/ .~ g~ c~- ~- 1~* ~*~1, T /~Vt'~l/Ihll It] arv souvenir O00KIe[ an annum, . i ~ . "arlo Doctor ~'";"" t'- Cleveland ~ u~ z~ x~z.au~ tu~ ~t:~ UZ/~ayLHuUU '.Jr. o~wat~, J.'xa,m u "'" ='*~= =~e ' In other business, Melvin Jonn-~aominister tne vaucum to ner. ~v~on~e Su ~ u v ven,rt ~ [i-~-oial renort a house] I Story . Undercurrent/ the dmcese,Archbishop Alter/Schue and Mrs. James Tobm. ~ - r" -, r ArenDlsno r~arl d Alter oT t~m rune d dvan e ' P " " " [ " h R v STAMPS for beg" rs an a c d organ, a cookbook a new publics-/I II /o oo,i rmint~rl tn ~nmo of the ae- ; ' P g " collectors Low low Prices--Mint'or I- tinn9 '~,V~ riffle ~tlitina ~rvie~ /I ,- ,~ ~ ~ I I Act of Love Never.Say / ~ * t"----~"* -" -['--;" " ,- ." ~ used. Sen'd self addressed envelope ~ t ~ A s . ~ -~': T . ~' 7 /I d "l l~ll l lkll I u--,rsn IIDon Juan .GoooDye . /compitsnmems or Arcnmsnop t~o- . for information. No a0provals. Fox r ! II~l I~l 13] artists' servme ideas ana exper-/I ~" II11 11 Ilqb/ #tar ii Quilligan ~gnt o~ tne h,o, th~ rebuildin~ of St John csr. ,y.~z Valley Stamp Service. PO Box 391. ~,~ q~l,q~ I "~ I'~ ~ ' (:-~,~ rmnter [~-'----- .- . o. ' . ~ St. Charles, Ill. I :.2Z -- mnce. Why not check your Let-t] ~jk ~:" ~ II~ dward My Return to Cathedral estabhshmg 53 parish- LEO J. LAUFF-Insurance i terheads,'" Envelopes, St ta ements[l o II ~on Paradise [ ~' .J~.-----'~ Dial MA 50684 PIANOS AND ORGANS rurNcKAL rluMFUNERAL HOME I . . II iF" 1B~l ~ I U~CH .~ ~ 7 ~ '=uuHuu~'~#'= II LUSt Tor t.u,~ ~crange Worla /~ "~PP"" " " q64 Di-,i-ion l '- ann Lnvotce supply: weu giamy][ / II |1 ~ ~ ~.~ / .r e. --Ne~,~&--Use(l~Pi~and-Organs~ .~,o::'" .--".~.~. quote you; whatever your prinUng]l ~J~:~ Sn~-cial Sale Prices on Our Reaular II~ /I ~ .~ -~ ~.~-j income ~ax oervlce CORN--3 locations. Woodstock FED. u,a, :merwooo I-~*uu "*, r- ~" " / v 8 1574 McHenry EV 5-2251 North reqmrements ie~f u~ eSerVeeYOU;/I ~~i~~' Stock of Snow Suits, Jackets, Coats, I1 . . 204 East Third Street Sterling0 Illino;s tOWnoevE~kfo~JRndO~gOS. :letterpress and o s q PP " /I Dresses. Wonderful Selection af Chil- li erra Lunc/ eon II ~ " Pianos and Organs to Choose From Tk,-I' hr Ctn, *,- . --'~'-o 330 N Main St Rockford WO 3-8234 us ~u ~ ~mv~ ~svs~ con Jack SundbergB.rg-Sundbergl[ ~ -- dren s G,fts. Jl ROCKFORD -- The annual Pas- I {}Film Prolectors *Tape Recorders J'ACKSON" PIANO STORE Prlnters&LHhographers, Jl s ,o PRE-TEENS -- CHU ES = .u, .ES I ePhS:ls"-"S'=;h :"' ishinR KLINE'S --MONUME~ NTS- VAULTS-- 2~F:R:r=I~ilo~h=:t 1819--9th St Rockford, Illinois, [| . II ~ II eHallmark Greeting Cards MARKERS -- MONUMENTS [I Rockford Plaza upon ,-very i:venlng /m y n^ ,-,'. IIWm ne neia llnursclay J)ec. 28,11 ~farl;na P~m~r~ ~ntar IrlP YOUR FAMILY DEPARTMENT STORE ROBER'r TRIGG & SON IOI Uunaee uial SH 2-0482 wo 5. 628 [I ,lint 12:1o p.m. at the Faust hotel,il ""?:" :".:. --- 114 S. First St. WO ,-2741 ELGIN r I 324 1st Ave. HI.o. O-l~lO ~. A P u CATHOLIC SALVAGE ii and 3ee uur 3elecrlon OT Used Clothing. Furniture. Dishes, " Lamps and all household articles -------- u,- -, = - o^ - I/I Rock Falls Camera Center r' |l /'~| *1.~| ~ ~ ~z. in the Rocktord store we have a H A Y W A R D llB~J IIIHlU lib .~El[ImrlniA~ iviiv/v LIl%~hJM~VlI1%~" I/I . I~I~W [IbSll ~l~llllll~ /~// new de artment dedicated to Re- ,v,- -. - - I[I207 1st Ave, Rock Falls - *-" . I ligious Prticles Prices to rill your SOUTH ReIN u ev B~I~~ q. ,~ n.- ,- f /'~UVi'K/I~IIINI~ /4Kn I]1 MAin 5-1846 Every Memoer ot me I-amllV immediate budget Come in and u /IIRIIIIIMg/ ::::!:~;~i~i!i~i~i!!~!i~! !~ 4! ~ ~,ur~ IS ~Uallrlea IO /elk . / W S :.:.>:.:.:.:.:-:.:-: ~| browse around 1019 est tate St I ~! Your Everyday Insurance HALFTONES I. --~ STERLING AND DIXON Rockford, tn ~,urora, Catholic Sai: Open8 A.M Till 10 P.M, --~ ~il Needs s:,l . rage Is located at 201 North Lake Every Day ~i~!! N~. ~.~ NU~ III IA.IUrll EIEt'TDI/" Save Time Save Steps Save Money ~--=:---- Route 31 Ph. SH 1-6655 So Elgin ~~ii] ~f~; wo 4 5977 ~. r '-. i, IIIIliLIIlGII, Ir--.at-i~EI~I~ Open i~,ate--luc a word--$3.5u per ' ~:~~ " ~ --. ,u--.v/ IL1 inch. Contracts, V~=inch, 13 consecu- ~-- [~iJ[ll~B~ U --. TD ~.~.A02 Re,~resentin- I!1 ~ tive weeks; $1.75 weekly for a total ~,~[~iill --nu ill Pl ctrical Contractin- or $22.75 Contracts 1-inch 13 con- .~ .~ ~:~f~ll -- . a,I '-,~ ~ secutve'weeks: $3.50 weekly for ~ D~I w I1- I ~ ~ a total of ~45 50 Good,AI en, Inc. Ill .- It Pays "TO Advert se R~l * 120 South Wyman Street 1 ~(~;~) Rockford WO 4-4618 II ,a rrze A N N .sh ~ " DKUAUI//AI Duu/~nur s 0r,g.r. Pa Irl ~ ~ Ev.rythiog Fo, ,h. MOTOR ,J R KINGSLEY Dial r l i MA 5-2424 " SHe woed I-2S77 HARRINGTON McKINSTRA COAL - FUEL OIL Dial ADams 2-0517 Freeport, Illinois Ftanz- Richards INSURANCE freeport, III. FORSCHOOLS -- RECTORIES --- CONVENTS WINDOW TINTING Ultra violet aborbents by CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATES W0 5-2482 FORMERLY SOLARPAQUE REDUCES GLARE-- PREVENTS FADING-- REDUCES HEAT S23WES1 JEFFERSON STREET ROCKFORD ILLINOIS Open to the public -- 22 chairs - no waiting -- Modern Equipment - Air Conditioned - State Accredited - Union affiliated Call or write for information 114 North Madison Street WO 3-5939 Rockford Pink FELTES ED REYNOLD'S )R EST cr ULAN w Rockfor -- O 5-9673 ~ggggg 24 Hour Service [] Home Oxygen Therapy Experienced, Considerate I Attendant~ =m ROCKFORD IND TF I.c. HEATING AND PLUMBING Air Conditioning Wiring Automatic Sprinklers Power Machinery Motor Rewinding Sheet Metal Work 602-18 South Main Dial WO 3-4857 Rockford, Illinois WO !1 '"'2' II I Lay-Away or Convenient COAL & GRAVEL CO. I/I III Charge Accounts SAND--GRAVEL--BLDG MATERIAl. ii li s North Aurora FREE ESTIMATES 223 East StateRockford ~ 401 Locust St. SterJing/ ~lL 401 Locust St. Sterling, Ill. Can Do PHIPPS STAR, Baiter I11 *''W I~ i Oua s. at Sensible Pr/c*s "~ Batavia and Marengo EMBER'S Plenty of FREE Parking I11MOTEL l i ~ I! Jl[AccommodationMeetingRom= II :-" o~ o oo~oooo Ii --AlexanderLumber Co. ,If H USED OAR? / II All Building Supplies Ill We Welcome All ILl II Paint, Hardware and Rigid Frame Garages. I/I ot~o"*O*OU~, II ~ ~---~ " [CR*STALLAK,McHENRY,LL II :48 ~R CWNa};diFORD,: ~ I! Take the Wheel ' I I 4sg" S FRIZoLev s 2, il h r o,lil Best i~,UE ] BECKMANand n,ITh. V.r, 5, i' nl ! AUTO PARTS II,the Pert/you con eat II At l 141 North 4th St. - DeKalb Ill Fri,ay s:30 p M. ,o,III I J I Businessman's Lunch Daily III I '" 11:30 to 2 p M. "~- " POTTER'S DRIVE-IN Banquet Facilities CLEANERS & LAUNDRY Noon Day Lunches and businessman's specials are tastier than ever Every Day 11:30 to 2 Except Saturday / EATING OUT HERE IS A FAMILY AFFAIR . . . "The foods on our menu are os yarled as they are delicious Our service is thoughtful and courteous,we even feature special "children's portions. Jo and Fred Mau and Staff 4201 Charles Street EXport 9-8729 RockfOrd ROOFING COMPANY Barret approved Reefers Built-up Reefs Freeport AD 3-1612 JOE FEELEY ) [ INSURANCE I (INCL. LIFE) I ~'~ " / ILLINOIQ REAL ESTATE GALENA 789 -- 213 SO. MAIN Hayes Drug Store 2 Pharmacists on Duty At All Times Sodas -- Luncheons Religlous Articles Tel. 345 Rochelle, Ill. CARNEY & LONGENECKER The Style Store for Men and Boys Rochell Illinois -- Since 1906 AND SUPPER CLUB 1116 South Main Rockford 310 Second Avenue -- Sterling -- MAin 5-2290 Pontiac (GOOD-WILL USED CARS) Tempest Phones AT 3-8341 and 3-8351 DIXON ILLINOIS E. W. Schmeling & Sons, Inc. We at LOU BACHRODT'S CHEVYVILLE are concerned with two things-people and products. We cannot exist or depend on people for the volume we enjoy, without satisfied customers. Why not investigate today and see what LOU BACHRODT OFFERS? COME WHERE THE CARS ARE] JULIAN Funeral Directors America's Finest-Made (Plymouth -- Valiant) FINER BURIAL VAULTS Automatic Sealing Deluxe VAULTS Chas. A. Miller CO. Beloit, Wis. -- Durand, III. Modern Dairy COMPANY. INC. 1031 School Street, Rockford Lumber--Millwork--FueI--Paint STERLING HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. Roofing- Siding Insulation -- Paints 2704 Locust St Sterling, III. MA 5-0625 ,Win. H. Poorman, Owner Fine Dairy Products A&S Dairy, Inc. II SUPER CAR MARKE1 NO I I I SUPER CAR MARKE1 NO" 2 Ii304 Narth Fifth Street for Dial sH h2536 ELGIN~J ~ 401 S. Church- WO 3-~21 i I, 1515 Kishwaukee--WO 5-B681 Rockford m Pasteurized Grade "A" Product~ ~ ~~ Dairy SUPER CAR MARK. NO 3 I t SUP. CAR MARK. .----IN 2643 Ilth St.-WO 2-3705i I 3206 Kishwaukee- WO S-7784 I|YRO 42, LOCUS1 STREET. STERLING AFIDER$ ON COAL and OIL I I 24 Kimball Street SUPER CAR MARKE1 NO. 5 PAIN~ & WALLPAPER 4917 N. 2nd St. -- TR 7-7497 1020 West State, Rockford " Elgin, Illinoi| e ROCKFORD "Where You Can 'ALWAYS' Be Sure" Screens and Windows Made or Repaired in our own shop. Free Customer Parking Glass--Hardware and Lawn Needs WO 3-0267 BUCHMEIER'S Your Authorized Plymouth-Valiant Dealer Donahue Furniture "Where Your House Becomes a Home" 119 E. Calhoun WOODSTOCK--FE 8.1086 1823 Locust Street, Sterling Say You Saw It in THE OBSERVER