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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1961 THE OBSERVER PAGE 9 loNE r.s .O.E ! i ,11"2 .* I , ,v ucan I BOYLAN Hogan Thomas Hey, Frances ins. The other girls who partici-I -~ -r- ~,~ [ ROCKFORD -- The culmina- Minihan, Suzanne Nicholas, pated in the contest ~ere Anne ],/~.~ q ~ .~ '. ~,~n r o~;.r~ ~ b Mary Ann Oddo, Sharon Piercy Topp Prose Reading" Colleen ] 11/ m. Ire ~ J [ ,o .o.~ ov.'~ Lr.a q~,mJ~' L wui r~ aL ~ - ' * ' ' ' I J- 1~ I I i/ NL */ i ! Boylan Central Catholic hiah ri~omast~aidy, tgerald Russo, Heath, OriginM Oratory; Mary]-" ----- v dfl' " i school finds 83 students on the Patricia Tullev, Prudence War- Ann Cunningham, Serious Read-I,I ~',nv~od ~h,~l~ir hnn 1!nor,and Caroie Zanocco "follow ins Janet Heuer Comedy VATICAN CITY--(NC)- An eighth-century priest who was[ ' " i w a 1 t ' " " L~ nn~ho~ th t.~t,~with3 0 averages Reading" and Margaret Gilbert /eIectcd pope but d ed t o d" ys a or, before being consecrated a[ Of th r~-erited-highest honors: six, Following with 2.8 averages Radio Speaking Ibis hop, has been el en)ln:ter~;Tm the Church s hst el popes. [ first honors: 15. second honors are Manuel Amato, John Barton, Receives Award .no .no)y ~ee s l,m.~ a. ~ o,I --] ~ ! and 59, third honors. Jennifer Ben, Beverly Bengston, ' Susan Weeg a junior member nas em~matea iro,m,~lts,lIst el[book also noted that Stephen II[ - ::::: The throe F Ve 0 . paper. I [Immediate successor asPope[ :~".~ | lrSt rlonors " - l~ever a l~]SllOp " :!:!:~:' " ~i~ Maureen Burke Judith CaB- The Mard] Grab held Tues- . [Stephen II and gives subse-i ~I~," ~n the position el urst nonors,' ' da Feb 14 b fore the e s ni ,~ toomote in me new emnom ~ ' ~ ~:~:~l~mll Kathleen Harezlak and Michael eio James Correnti John Ellis Y e s a'o ] f .~. P-"ok """lain~ thaJquent p o p e s nameo ~tepnen! !} ::~}:;lili~ ! Susan Ford Gail Fer~uson of Lent be,an was a rousm ]correspondingly lower numbers[~iii-",~ II lvlejla Read me liSt Wlti'l point ' ~" ' ~r~ ' v. ISlnCC ~tepnen 11 was never con-t [ ~:~::;J;< ~ll~B a Gary Harlan Judith Heine-success ~very homeroom pro-I ~ /along wltn tnmr mrmer num- ~i;:"'::: .g. avera~,es oI a.a. William aren- ' secrateo a OlSnop wnn.:n de- . :i:i ?~i!. ,~ mann 'Thomas Hoover Annetteduced ample food In Individual] ' ]bers m parenthesis For exam-/:i:t~ii/ ! son James ~ellandl ~rlella, . ~ corolng tO ~ne canon law el IRe ~i -- ;' -" ' - - Las~,isa Barbara Marden booths including, popcorn hot-I ]pie: Stephen II (IlI), Stephen] ~:~!~ I ~!~ ~aflm, ano l~atrlcla t~averstulll ~" ' . ' ' .Itlme woula nave ~een me truei ~ :::i~! ~g~i~. ~ t: follow with 3.6 averages. .i Cheryl Mlnnegan, F r a n c i s Jogs, canpy, pastrms, ,pizza anO[beginning of his pontificate, he]tU uv). [ ~,:~ I~Charles po,der takes thelead]Moreau, Dennis Pravidica, polo, tvtost ot me gwls put OnIwas never trul- a ~," / With this new adjustment in~ . m~ ~ ~ ~n second honors with a point Cheryl Rich ard s.o n Helen nve:n app2;TanzC~S ~ndt~;;; fne~t/ Previous editions of"fl;e year-I!he l!st.o! popes i!is r ec-I RECEIVE READING MERIT BADGES---Smiles of accomplishment are in evidence on the average of 3,5. Following close- ~ena.~e, ~arom ~egau, a, ~vncnaei . a -I~ |genoa mat mere nave oeen ark/ faces of these children as they arc awarded their first Reading Merit Badge in the diocesan ],~ ,i~h ~ ~ ~ ~ lSmith Jo Ann HeRon Ruth low - classmates. [,~,a,~ ~ + Ar~,~ne |ponuzts trom St Peter to His] reading enrichment program' The boys and girls from Holy Cross school Stockton have been Churchill James Phelns and]Th mps n, Daniel Whalen, and E een SegncrL tl e treshman[ Mr~ Andre Bo,-on was the[H lmess Pope John XXIII.I encouraged by their pastor the Roy. Clarence Thermos toward reaching the goal of report- Colle,~n Russell N,~x* ~': i;,I Rieky Worland with averages candidate, was ~rowned Queen[ ~',~,h, ~,~ .T ,~/ ~, ~ i,~ [ ing on at least 36 books. Pupils of all abilities have benefited from this challenge to compete ~. o . " ~ -: "*2:~lof 2 6 complete the Scholastic of the Mardi Gras by Colette|:2~" ~':~"~ -~"'." "g~'~'" -~""1 a / with themselves in reading more than the usual number of books in various areas of interest, wltn 6 .~ averages are Austin ' . . france. ~ne liver In Japan lor '-" '- " n" [Honor Roll Vahuhs mission c=alrman. The[ [ Adjustments In the lists of/ . t)esLauriers anti l-'atrlela nlan " ' zu years ann later moved to . I MULD.~ON prohts, which will be sent to[ T" "~'i'i "no ~ r /the popes are not a novelty m]T~rr. ~ 1 1. Ithe Mohawk Father Issac Jo-lr~ . ~-, Susan Armstrong, Gerald Cox;[ u missions throughout the world [erance. ne Qn.l p~. s we e[the Church. They have become[Will8 Lathallol u and hi: com- anion- are[veneer t, raues Charlene Gross. Victoria Krein,[ Karen Honl totaled $1,370. irepresente~ oy r'nss ~.lena ~lm3]necessary as scholarship and[ ,u, ,~.~tg cs . . ~b,f. ~' I Jodeen Lunnon, Constance[ ~OCKFORD -- Eight Bishop .Name New Members It}. l'~: prcsenuy assoclat.e~,w,m[research have brought more[T'~ ~-~ . . It he suoaee~ ot mlS monLns! ~umu~u~, in. -- ~ames e, Mentzer. Thomas Nelson, MarielMuldoon students took part in The inducton' ofthe new[the wncnaei r~eese nospnai. /nrecise information to li-ht [~r't~7 gtlEIl[o~| contest Charles' letter was Owens of Rockford, a fresh- Re resent "Crossroads" ~ - 3J~, X ~.~JLJt~,~,~, , Pard.vain, and Shefla Hondl also[the Illinois high school district members of the National Honor [,~ [ In the course of almost 2 000[*7 ]outstanding among .t h e com-I~man at Lords college, merited merit second honors with 3.2[speech contest,at Rockford East Society will be held Monday.] .tne renewing parnc~pants are]years there have been inev'ita-[ NOTRE DAME Ind. --mon*[ ,~ ow-1no0 rea,~e- perfect grades during the first v mose wno taKe an active inter - ,1,- ~o .~ a erages. !high school Three girls won sec- The girls will be chosen by the [ [ble confusions in the names and[Charles Johnson, Elgin is the . !semester. Only 13 students in T ird on r ond or third lace in their s e est in me brossroao ~tuaents'| ~ [ . . n e story oi melr capture[ . h H o s P P "faculty, according, to percent-[ . -* numbers of pes. A ran'or second prize winner of the all classes had straight A Linda Alms and Daniel Shorn-ciflc categories, which entitles age, from the junior and senior[Cen~r' Mlc~ha.el ivloaumagan, a]source of con~usion w as the[March contest feature, it was and deaths ~s one of a serIeSlgrades. |or merit the first position in the them to participate in the sec- classes It earner in bnlcago from mma, trise of antioone~ A ~nuine]announced today by the Holy of monthly articles on some se-] third honors bracket with aver- tional speech contest to be heldAQUIN ini]oegaru, uorrer tor b~many,[pope w h o-(o-ok--a name-pre[[Cr ss Fathers, pu'blishcrs of lccted person group or work.'n,sketball fie--roB ages of 3~. Heldl Pals?h, FalthlMarch 4 in Elgin. ! FREEPORT -- On the basisI~v~:do~ex:Ct(voAnt2i;Te:cP2::2e[Viously used by an antipoPelCATHOLIC BOY magazine. Comments from readers are en-la~:~tan as. A~uin vres~en 3 ~senson t~atricia LlarK~ath-[Mary Ann Hickey placed sec-lof Scholarship, Character lead ],"& imight use the following numberi~narles, 16, is an eightn grade .~ ~ ~ ; w.rd I St. edward 65, Barring?on *M, '. " " ' o stuoents, rlor oe Maria z, unlga S. Ed a d 68, ~ 5. leen Faron Ehza Gazlano ond in After Dinner Speaking, to avoid c nf student at St Lamcnce school t,w ~ ~; ,[ - ;]ershlp, and Service, the follow-[~ a ~ ^~; ~ ~; [ o uslon, or might] 'ed to those letter-writers iud-[ Moosehe~r 3, es C "cego 6, Janice Goryl Barbara Hade Celine Veralli third in Original in~ students were elected to the[~"'~, ~'~,~*~ '~ *,'~.'~Y*~-]use the same/ number to em-[Sister Mary Ignatius R.S.M. is ~ ~ ,~ ~ L.~.+{ Moosehe~rt,~0 St; Charles $~. --. - - ' ' ' . l o ~sentea costa xtica anti ~otiviai i .uu ~u suuw ~.c H,u~ t.uu/~x,~I Aqu,n bz, VaKOta bu. mcnaro nammes, w ] s i ~ a m l~vionologue;: ano tmsemarYlNational Honor Society' I lphasize the fact that the other|ms teacner. -,-,~ ~,-.-li-a*;,-n T h e eontestl M~ri~n Cen?ral 5S, B loit Catholic 7~. . . . "' . respectively, O ~.u ,~pp ~,u . Heck Stephen Hess Donna CuccIa thwdm Verse Read man of that n The e urageous martyrs of [ - -] 'Seniors" Ted Bach Cherlel~ - 1 " ~ " [ name a d number[ ~ alticles and winning letters ap-] ' ine clay was comp emo oy a im ~ Im ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ [Bauch, Maureen Boyle,Steve i medley of French and Spanish[was not really a pore. [ pear in CATHOLIC BOY and.I ~Oy YOU ~OW It un ~ ~ ~[~ ~ l,~ ~ ~ ' . [Casper, Alan Lamia, Michaellson~.s sun~ b-'the students ] Most Confused M Polo/- its twin magazine, CATHOLIC[ TH[ OBSFRV R ILuecke William McGurk[ ~'~r'~,~r " / ]~J~ ~. ~,a~, ~ ~ ~ MISS [ ' ~ l 1k~.l~l~Jkll lne serleso[popesnamed] ' ' Marilynn Meyer, Tim Sowers;,* WOODSTOCK -- On Feb-John is among the most con-l I SUPER KEMTONE RUBBER WALL PAINT, i[JU.lO S: Lawrence Blackbourn [~ i " ' If Dins Feb. 18 c B D . ' ruary zz, me ben or,Junior usea. Jonn Avl was an anu- i o [[MargueriteCardinal Robert[ [ i r ~[~ ~ ~ r ~ J~, i I 9~-"~k V ~ ~ 1~ eM]l~[I I/ " lano freshman masses Will eacnlpope, ana me next Vallapope ~,Ur~Ur~A -- blStel Mary I~C- ,~ cussIon on educatmnal s stems Sue Gauer Joe Condon Maly ~| ill~; I"~l[l~ ' o Y, ~o ,-^'~, WALLPAPER AN[} PAINT CO. il MADONNA IHal]' and R. Middlemas. The t further complication in the]died there Feb. 18. She wa l bee i '[ By Nancy Kanan cast, under the direction of~numbering of the popes named]born in County Mayo Ireland [ t-~n~,P~u Pr, nt- ~ Lt I -- il AURORA -- The second an-IMr. Grimm, consists of JeanlJohn occurred after the death]June 29 1882, and cn'tered the] PINDI. Wb . . . i I~ADr ~D~f ~l~O~/It'l~ I]nual International Day was]Schocn, Rick Clifford Dick[of Pope John XIX. For more]Sisters of Mercy in Aurora in ! $~is ~ Freeport, ill. | ! ~#~L~ ~l~V~o ~L~VI~& i] sponsored Feb. 17. The purpose Koob, John Flood Tom Zanck[than 250 years no pope took[1914, She became a registered ~ ' I Mdi~kli i Corner Chicege end Spr}ng ]]Of the activity !s to give the[and Ted Jerominski. T h e so[that name, but when one finally[nurse and served at St. Mary, --~-----~ i~iV~ U i ,"v",COMPLETE AUTO C~RE N[girls an opportunity to meet t Seniors will also present "The]did take the name he was call-[DeKalb, as welI as the Aurora ~.=~'~,-"~. Rrakes ond Whetq eelonc,ns w th l f 1 m r s r ~ ~ ' 5! It i ' peopc o fore'gn col t ie .[Valiant at the Northern I11i-/ed by error John XXI There/hospital --/~:( ~-"%~:/~ ~ I ] w. ~ ~*L.U. .E, I/ Sl tm" M. Hfltrud,s, prInc,pal[nois Unit Drama Fcshval on[never has been a Pope John[ The funeral was held in the U~; ~;::;,~!' ~:.~i~ii]~iiiiii/i/i I ~-- I |[of Madonna, opened the pro-Feb 25. Under the direction]XX. [hospital chapel Tuesday The ,"~2:'.:~:::{;~;i::.~i!!~j]~!iiiiii:!l IB|lB|lll~llli I ra a" ' " " ': '? ::"::: " ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: - tug m w~th welcome address[of Sister M. Dolorme the Jun-] Even the title of Pope JohnlRev. Joseph Lonergan hospital /fii::::~? :.' :~)': ]]~]*~}~'~. : ~ :: IHBll]lnlli|llli i P i D~T~ I[and the French and Spanish[iors intend to present, a one, act/XXIII, is a bit confused for an chaplain, offered, a Solemn' Re- ,~;:L~ ::~, I[Ull~iilililli I It's . . . X I-]k[-UI J . . . For i]students partlmpatcd in various[play by Booth Tarkington call-[antipope took the title John[quicm Mass with the Revs. ~:'~?::~i~ Ill|Jii|l|ill|i I i Pajaro Chogui" was sun- b ",'Y," g" Y .I " . !!!!i]~! .~<~ ~ Steaks Ii[t~l N1 I/ ~ Y/Clark and Dave Frisch. Under]=~ ~ii/J~/~~~ :it/"::~:'::~. i ----~ I ~]~ ~.~--- '~' " ~oa 1~ ~.1. ll[~l[~-[~[ ~ I[Marietta' Gisela, and Elsa/the direction of Sister Maria,~ ~ ~ ~ ~'~ ~ T ii!iii li .!i 9 NO. VAN BUR[N AV[. I ( ~L--f,3g=' ~,7 "Y"" iltlllllL~l l/Casanova from Venezuela. [the Freshman class will pre-]/ if~ mm dim If V I~ / i!~~!l::i ~1 ,-" l'l "i-" I /!- nlc en Illtllt[-f ']l/ " / "Th r ' ie I r ggr' ,#KIt ILl-, [ Panel, D~scusslon sent e eou ting of Mar ~:!': ~:: ~ ~>{i:i ~ :.: :~i: ." - . ~ "~ I N and Pizza [[ The main attraction of Inter-[Jcnrin.' The cast in this one ~~i.~ ~ Served at Table or Carry-Out I[national Day was a panel dis-fact play by Gwen Pharis are /~.~L ~rLA [~ L Annn e, " Tb~, 4ddlt;,~ t Tb,;r "~ 'P',* . j Ah~avs, Prcpared to Perfection, I/ " Y' '] " ' ' " * - - Dial AD 2 5515 " 10BE Stc-)henson~ I[social and economic conditions,]Simonini, Bill Svenningsen, Ed I[')I~TT'~ i I ~JIIfh['~ ," t []customs and histories of the[Sonderlick and Phil Schoen. ~ mSm/ ~* ' Dltlll /2-1~ Oiler ~~ ~~ ,/countries represented On Feb. 24 members of the ~et /~e Plqures . . .n . t ~ , I P'I~nC n,-,litv Memorial,: I/ Partaking in the discussion[tMrd year Latin Class will, at- -- 1-1~%~ ~ ~-- r " iiwere Maruta Cabebra de Alder/tend the Illinois Classical Con- ~. '. I ;q ~-"1 ~" f-"m . - ;: I/v,ce - counsui for Paraguay,[ference at the La Salle Hotel ~el'TI, C - "rk ,he o -,st eo oo o ,he ,he ,oshoo : ' and the Malayan consul and the in Chlca~,o. The students will tu-t---rfe-t for """ sele-t harmoni"in- II IR uu ~ p~ L yuu . . . t. ~ be aceompamed to the conven- Gly Yn. |~IIUlIM~I llt~~: -- ": i]lh, xport ~o Mr. L 11. ~oo. P~n-|tlon oy ~ls[er xtuoer~a ano ~s- . . . for the mothers of br de and groom I] ther member of the panel was[ ter Dolorine. . " I[Felix Stungeviciusl the consul] The past week was a very ' --lt0m-- COATS SUITS DRESSES ~Ji~ ~ Ilfor Uruguay and president of]busy one for the Crown Staff ~Pn"'u~vi~m" ~:: Itt~ American Association of|There was a last minute rush . in ATL*e FLACHTEMEIER I[Translators and Linguists. He isTas usual but the Crown came i L ~ kit n~ 1, a~,~,"a'-A~ i . . "2. . w^.[,oIlalso the linguistic consultant on]out ,on schedule. I IU3 l lu/q K3, In(:. /ires ~otteries ACCeSSories .vuvala,aat~ iinl vv vilr~o I] ' A m W h lig D g g D T rou, Authorized Plymouth.Valiant Dealer Phone AD 2-8010 Freeport ii07"S. 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