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PAGE 8 THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1961 I ,' + ',: + +' ' ~ :i~: ' P : ::; :; i MULDOON ~ix years Father Baker has been:;= it' By Karen Hon', Spiritual Director of Notre ' ROCKFORD -- Friday, Jan. Dame High School and has glv- 20, the Sodality of Our Lady en many retreats and days of :~ presented its annual movie in recollection. ' Tar : the auditorium The movie was Fridav the 13th was an unusual " "- entitled "Two Weeks with ly luc y day for Marian Stu- !~.:+' : ':;i. ii.:+:~F:: :i,;:.~ ,~.;:.'. ~!'.!',:++,:+:<' Love" starring. Jane Powell, dents. There was no school on .' Debbie Reynolds and Ricardo that day because a water main Ill" ]1 1 A l Montalban. The proceeds will broke infront of school the night (~T VIM('I:MT'~ lflTTINC,~ 11101(1 /4knnllal oe usea to seno e, lrlS to ~ e before Workmen had to WOrK S.S.C.A. convention held in Chl-all night looking [or the break FREEPORT--High on the list of favorite activities this past/Van:than D: v cage every summerz, and didn't find it till late the week was ice skating. Father Fitzgibbons and youngsters went/ .7 lvionaa ann z3 l::3lshoD IVIUl- ~- A.~, ,Y',' ,' .-,' ~" to Krane Park almost every day after school for several hours/ h . ]tfl (1oon Willnolt2 itssemi-annual +-" old '~ ' The Sophomore class ,s h " of tbrins and spills on the frozen river. Belore the week had run[ /-~[ llarmlon merl~ awara assemt)Jy ulr]s ~* "" second annual mid win " " " ~.2 ",m~, Its its course, skates had to be put aside because the warm weather| ^TrD earn mg over ,zuu memt awa.r,~ ter dance Jan. 27. The then)e}set in We are grateful to Messing-Beeker sporting store forl.f~ur~ 7~ lneanrnu%t~ ca, [points in the Ill'St semester wm r +~,~+. A nce this ,:ear is 'An -,"; -, . + . . - ~ ~ ~,o ~ ~ ~ j u. !receive a pin and those having a" ~*~ '2 ~' n-a" "The ,-asteritne!r aonanon el severm pmrs o,l usea skates m our youngs~erS[Marmion,s Butterfield campus. , lover 160 points will receive re- ?::%';aee' f;r~ t~e dance 7s do-I tar mls sport. [~|Sixty-five boys and young men TO APPEAR IN PRESIDENT S INAUGURAL PARADE--Marching along Grant Avenue in San I cognition" These awards are[in~, a ver- thorou~'h ~ob ol adA .--, !a close-fought ball game, 25-21.1enjoyed a day of fun and renew- Francisco's Chinatown is the St. Mary's Chinese Girls Drum Corps. This famous unit from the Igivcn in view 6f acts of service vertisino {he dance + / A pleasant evenmg wasen-lin their over-anxiety to makeled their zeal for striving tqa Paulist Fathers Chinese Mission has been invit ed to be one of the three bands to represent Call- lto the sisters and school ~ " I joyed by the members of St.!a nod showin the mG~nentar lwards the goal of the Bened'JIk 2 In u ural Parade in Washin ton The forty-member corps with their] The first - semester examina- ~-------~- ------- IAgnes Sodaqty last Thursdayl g " g Y "[tins priesthood or brotherhoo~ fornla in the January 0 a g g " ". . . fly forgot their basket and do- . . ~lr beautiful Chinese costumes have been show stoppers wherever they appear. /]ions will be adminismred Jan Uttumwa Heights evening. Religious discussionI,' - t The young seminarians and 24, 25. and 26. The exams will[ centered on the life of their natea several points to the the Frater clerics and brothers ease of a hl h sc hool studen hlo ou re al e them thai] ]Bend Ind French andSpanish linclude all work covered since:Colle,m Stoners Ipatroness st. Agnes, whose i Rockford visitors. Iof Marmion Abbey were on U. Lanauaae Institutes I ' ", ~ '~September. The following Fri-[1~ ~ [Feast is Jan. 21. Both Father[ -- Ihand to give the younger boys I1~ I1~ Rosary coue~e, over rarest,[day Jan 27 will be the semes-f OTTUMWA, Iowa--Two younglFitzgibbons and Sister Loretta[ After completing a literary[information concerning semina- WASHINGTON --(NC)-- Five lthis summer or during the next Ill, French and Spanish and/ter'free ~la women from Aurora Carolyn tspoke to the sodalists during the selecqon in + h e ir readers ry and monastic life Catholic restitutions of higher school year, the College of St, Teresa, Woo-| May and Susan Johannessen,!program. A variety of gamesl,Wino,s Over America " Jose,hl Recited Mass education are among 55 colleges[ They are: Georgetown umver-[n~ Min, Fron,'h and Snanish/ " L)IAIilAF~ [and one t:rom Freeport, Janet sharpened appetites for the e-I [ The day began w~th games, ' + " ~ - ' ~ ~ ~ ' -," h at- ' ~ conclusion L, OX, a el]in braoer, composeo . ~ . and umvers~tms named by thelslty, Washmoton, D.C French,t .rh^ +.~.~ o ~ + ,h,~ o. ~1 ' By Michael Meyer IBalles, are members of t e freshln~, lunch at the t,~.~ ~n ; lmcluduln~ basketball. Later m U.S. office of education to con-liana college, New Rochelle, N.I *"~ u~: v~o.~v .~),~ ~,~ ~.~| WOODSTOCK -- The Rev./tomwa Heights college chorus,lof the evening's activmes. [ u~ ~.v; Ithe morning, the boys in grand IS Vnl men] lor [ne Do institutes IS SiX / duct language institutes for iY French and Sp n" h; "/ " :lThomas I. Baker, C.S.C,' will lw h i c h appeared in a cantataI [ .~lrpmnes [unison joined in a recited Mass grade and high school teachers versity of Notre Dame, Southlmillion dollars, according to thelbe the retreatmaster for the Jan. 15 the f i r s t public per-I l Airplanes flying high and low,land rece ved Holy Communion. . . ' uur ivndget oasKetoau team ~-- ~]office of educatmn, lannual retreat at Marian Cen-lformance m the ne~ audltormm incent's citizens[ Airplanes in the breeze, [ The Rt. Rev. Gerald Benkert, ' . - " and a cant b tnrlllect an at. v Pubhc school teachers receive tral Cathohc high school which The cantata P g Yi ~,~, with[ Airnlanes in the winter time IO'S'B'' Maroon abbot, gave ! I: '.1 1~ n~ r~l: 'l:~lt'Y I IqT I stinends of $75 a week and $15 wall' start next week. FatherlDemse" Malnvllle " commemorat- tan vveanesu~.rl on ~v ~the basketballI ""h" n " 'lthe boys a voeatmn" talk stres- ifor each de endent 'but a ro Baker is a graduate of Notre ed the Feast of the Epipha y, + [ " " |sing the need Ior generosity in P P - ' b Sister Mar /court, oownmg ~t. z~ernaaette s I - Dame and recmved his M.A. at and was d~rected y Y~ ,in I ; /answering the call of Christ to n l'tl M~v;~t~ ,'' -+hoCa+hoii,Universit-ofAmer]St John CHM The ew ' ' - '1 " / P ~ /"follow Me" He remarked that ~tslon in the 1958 nahonal de n fine at ttoeKlorcl in a one pum~ ,x LtKe aires mey ii.~ u nion I aps~nu, *e~O~a,S~.~Sm~, V, .*~W.~V~ [[fense education act, under whichlica, He has had teaching ex-larts unit includes the au&torl-19-18." This w,c[OrfasWtSis :hS;[ And even rule the sky. ]the biggest hinderance to voca- l Th~on pictures showm~ I! i ~-; + +~'" Universit of/urn music studios and practice peclany appremamu [ Sometimes one might fi too/tions today is the selfish attitude I ~ '- .-~ ,~.~ ~ ^,; ~ lime program is concmc~ea, ctoes/pc-*c-,-= ~ ~-'- ~ i ' I ;-~t nf ]ha season ~ Y +," I ~ ', ,3~".~.::'F,-' I[ r" .a^ +h^.^ f"r ~r [Notre Dame where he was the!rooms, dance ann pnysmm eou-[ ~-:- ~ ;,+[ low, [of askmg What am I gomg to .u~ v uwu= ~ c~ u v ~va~v a d re school I Our oloer nays nowever lost I ~', ~2',~Z ~i li fPrefect of Religion. For the past[cation areas n p - ' ' ' [ And hit a big tall steeple |get out of it." scnooI teacners iney can at i ' ' - "~ " I ~ II " "" -~ " ---~ ' tl And th-" ~oul-' --" k ! rroper ~oncern I :~" I!tend without tuition charges ]1 I/ . . a~ ~ u{.a e ~u = [ "We should rather be eon- i ' orleKs come now , I CTION U GENeRaL I -- I a lIZ f-l IF Trl/ /'IF I/ . lcerned, the Abbot said, about I PATRONAGE I P ont Too -. 1! e o / 11 n lr f I I / I 1/1 I/ And hurt many people. ]what can I offer Christ?" I ,I " I IbO Z IOI O L/L a " -" I1 ! A dinner climaxed the day for --~ ~ i ' 'r " I ~'am ~:::~5:.'." l l-~ ~, o tl I{ So, f you re an al plane [the boys frOm Aurora, Batama, I A rac'e I tmna onterenee ', ;o + receive this kind of information the same town. He acts as it he/ pilot [Chicago Harmon Evergreen I o+ents I c~ r r~,~ ;,v ;, = Catholic hieh!fr m many sources. They alsoilS my father. When ,I an [ Be careful what you do, /park, LaGrange Park, Mary- ~ f hose m arems .aca ann ne IS near I ~'~~~,:aa2o li~UDleet at lalK [~oh~:land"would like to knowViflhave access to the list o t [. Y P i Because you might hit a big[wand, Naperville, St. Charles, o ~+ ~ dlfferent sm msteau oI le[ung tnem nawl me +'~" " ach" ,participating jn the + "- ' Wasco and West Chicago. I~i(o~'s [[ [Catholic schools have isled l-u+ he does It's true that my[ tall steeple, '[ I ~IIt'H~l~' 'OIIU~4UH ~ War I IXUt~r~Ur~U -- she ~-arent- .~ - --. -,-: ^hence programs sponsoreu uy~. t, " I ] ~~ ]s@nso and One ] ;Tkage; C::d CO:fl:re?7~ ~Y:;e~ions!~ecwr~}?s2;~t!ies! ~he: orgamzaUons. Talk to ~:::ehTuth~n,at ~mhor; ~e:;/ a~ that. would be the end l[ n1 1| I I I osop y c " m scmnce. .: . . ~i "YOU READ the newsna- to my parents to do the punish-| -- II II a l 'OTllflll I " ~of the accompllsnmen[s" o The arrival of a n e w o Ul~k~Jt~t~w~,s~au, i lithe subject of a talk whmh wflli ' "- ['-ers you will come across news/ins or the bawling out, [ P NI I ) libe presented to the St. Thomas he Catholic ~c;::ols!~ems from time to time aboutl Miserable/machine created much excite-It I I ~~ Amsterdam Toby Viler liPatron's club meeting Jan. 261 I believe t are keeping up!science awards to youth. In theI Suggest to your parents whenlment, particularly when thell ~ ~ ~ I I I"in the Blue.ream. at 8 p.m. by: I~l~ll~N@ + ,~,~ h o t h e r: "~, -', ~iY ',' ,- . .Iboys d:scovered' it would be for[I k. 131)l- | I ~~~,# to Kill I I~lllgl~il~g t,Ischool is always listed. Ithey tell big Dromer ne 1S OUtl il I I '"~ i;-~ ?~oo; lithe r~ev. wmlam ~. onus, aio-' ~schools in deve> - - " r-' This ma'" heF" mmr own exciuz~ve use. I . ! I ~tle Uncle Tom's Cabm | ~ i .*:: . " ' - F * * ~ IO~ o oer. : P" I i At Ceystal ].eKe iF r i a n o lngan inter I ~ui under Ten Flags,cesan o" echo o voc tin s. I~li~ P ";r~, r~ ;~. [ RUT THERE S ONE surel --, I St. Edwards SS, Crystal Lake $7. ' ~ estin science."-'~a" v,+ 1 -- " " bawlin- outl we were:: nappy to wemome ~t Kirkland Folloumo Father Joffe s talk hel me wa to eliminate a I '" II ~~ +h~l i wonder if you can p . Y ,~z ~.~. I Marion central ,+Hiawatha SZ. I~J~nd the Slave I ther wi!} be a fbnUS[ne~;Sa2e2l; ~~*ig~2 a;;hg;ls]~tpnea p[,~b:~ ~ah:t lesrroaa=l aO: YS%:/;tahrer[sq~t;):blkmg!?:Z;r=gi;l~?=~ ho"';aie;"u/~;I Marion centX, w, ~r ~v~i,e + ling to alSCUSS a p s o" now have sci- : ' ' At Maids, o hers them more than it does short visit recently Her huh Iden ~0 I ~~oW~a King i,th^ annual Mardi Gra<- card E~ :most boys pretty well but whenlb t l "[ St. Thomas 71, Ma I iI L +~ ~, *,]~ r~, ~'~ ~,~i ~~ence cmus az~u it comes to the boy I really likelvou Try a little self control. / band and their two young sonsl At Harlem I L~~ ~ I +~"~ ~" ~"" ~,~participate Ini +>, " " ",-arent~ asl--ere with h~r i St Thomas 65 Hartem ,~Z Faust Hotel i ~college sponsor ~I get so nervous anu oasmm i ~e as poute m 3our p ~ iw u . ~ " At'Moose.heart A.11 MORALLYA#DNOABDJgCLI~OENNATBLE FOR ADULTS II ' rl" R Petersed activities i can't make any kind of couvcr-{you ,are to yOUrmiserablefriends and youI - I st. o/ar,es ,AtMooseheartAmboy S II|V[|l~|~ I Many o~ me,"' " think I'm tooI, 5~ |lieu I~UL ~ ~LILI~kJII~L]k~ i At EIg,n ]l~fiBhl~h[1 IDo s ~ -~' sation It makes me feel so[wont be so,]111,111,:1 ~"~h|ll~r~ll~ ] Amboy ~0, Newman Central 55. 1 I ~~~ o,o,o . I V '~-'~-^~ -~^~--~--- 1~ inc]ude (tumo. uo you I I St Edward 79 Marmion 60. ~i=lLll'ollu gXd~t: o~,uu ~ is~ Dear Doris I ~~c~ooe.o [ ~'I in thecurric"lum asy ung to worry about th . [ ,:,I 's-HERTOGENBOSCH, T h e|~ / Patricia A My mother takes my sister s .- 1 nd Membershl U ' early as the third and fourth,Netherlands--(NC)--B]shop Wfl- " ", li .n~ v Rnnm~ I o, o, o I'm sure you're not dumb Pa-tpart all the time. She s 12 a. lt,~ ~a,~L- oo t P P | I Plumbing and fteatin will know the Catl;olie high!In worry but not too young to turns doing the dishes hut most~bosch h~s asked the Catholics of/ ROME--(NC)--Italy S Catlio- i13;;? i'- I+ ~ ' ~- ~e resu osedtotaKe K ---- s ~,2at : ~t~ i THE DIOCESAN school board'the'a" I thmk you re too youn, I m la. I' a pP + u~g g --~"---~ ~,-~ ;n-our area at id something about it We are of the time my sister has an!his diocese to work one hour a]hc Actl~ec ;gt~lztti~t0snm:mn" ' I~end~n ~Saturda' classes in ad: never too young or too old to excuse and finds something else[week on construction of the 551nounc at ) - ,/Z I "'You Can Do h Yoursel g " Y' ) e" and be concerned about social skills to do. My mother makes me[new churches he lans to build| Dersnip increasea ny 3u,~)a~ our- I iii~.P; f ~ 2~ubery ~!n!ih(i;~:d, 4r;L'rln~ried~ ~h~enoers 1 " " ] i vanced science m co leg ~ ; ~-the dishes and If I ha-' any/ P ' ling the past year to a total o! the . I ~ (JUNVIhI~AIIUIN IS a social uu J " i ;; i;eC - ' I . . . or ff/e Wall Do It i~those who attended durra= the] -, " - I e oldesttin the next five years [3303288 Aih: 6re .ter In 0me and Beffer i - ' i[MORRISON ,o I on't try to "carry the ban'; i vantages, i;arent ex. et y