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February 10, 1961

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Of MARIAN Michael Meyer WOODSTOCK--Marian Cen- tral announces that two of its students on the honor roll have had straight A's for the entire semester. Cameron Clark, a junior from McHenry, has earned straight A's in all of his subjects, and Noreen Mysyk, a sophomore from Hebron, also earned straight A's in all of her subjects. Top Ten Percent ; ' :i::' ~ : {i!::i;?-i // ']~::!h,~IL ;:?:i i;,!!:!'" ~i siring a scholarship are invited]Beverly Fangman, Russell Gla- to participate. Sister A g n e slstetter, Frederica Grant, Frank C h a r 1 e s, Mudoon principal,[Rohde, Dennis Wilson and will be visiting eighth grade[Mary Weimer." classes in the city to speak witht Sophomores-- Sherry Baker, the girls about the school and]Mary Culver, John Klein, Pa- the scholarship exam. [ tricia Luecke, Joyce Richter and The Muldoon Educational as- Susan Seeker. sociatior/ held its m e e t i n g Freshmen-- Jean Bangasser, Thursday, Feb. 9. The regular Mary Sue Casciana, Marilyn business meeting was held first Casey, Suzanne Eagle, Cynthia and a program, presented by Ganshert, Mary Hamer, Kathy some of the students, followed. Petta, Mary Joan Roberts, Ann Barbara Helm, Carole Coppolet- Sauer, Cynthia Shelley, Patti- THE OBSERVER FOR YOUTH MILWAUKEE--Catholic youth was challenged to "stand on your own feet and dare to do what is right" by Archbishop Wil- liam E. Cousins of Milwaukee. The prelate spoke to teenagers, who attended the three-day[ high school section of the 1961 Wisconsin Catholic Action conven- 1 tion (Feb. 3 to 5) it/ the Municipal Auditorium-Arena, during a Solemn Pontifical Mass which lie offered. During the convention, a total of 12,833 young people from 10 ply because others are attract- stares ann mree IOrelgn coun- tries registered The college ed to them. I section of the convention has been scheduled for Feb. 17 and 18 at the Marquette University Student Union building here. Restore All Things The A r c h b i s h o p told the~ youngsters it was their solemn and sacred privilege to ,'Re- store All Things in Christ," which was the theme of the convention, sponsored by the Sodality Union of the Milwau- kee archdiocese. Archbishop Cousins said that today's world is one consisting of two opposing views -- one based on truth, the other on liv- ing and doing as others do. "Because you are living in a "We have a right to position," Archbishop Cousins said. "We have freedom of thought, and where can that freedom begin if !not in the individual," Archbish- lop Cousins said. Not "Outsiders" There's no reason why young people who do not conform to trends should feel like "out- siders," the Archbishop said. "When you dare to be differ- ent, you are not conforming but you are building in yourselves that which is right," the pre- late said. He called upon young people to recognize the convic- tions of truth as something more FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1961 ST. ANTHONY PARISH YOUTH OFFICERS--Newly elected officers for the St. Youth Club are I. to r John Fulling, vice-president, Cookie Gasparini, treasurer, Joanne Vitale, secretary and Andrew Saladino, president. The Rev. Anastasius Kuzdrzal, O.F.M. Cony pastor of St, Anthony is pictured with the group. The officers and youth club are planning a pre-Lenten dance to be held in the church hall from 9 til 12 on Saturday, Feb. 11. The Rhythm Kings are slated to play. (Photo by F. J. LaFranka)