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19dl | v =,n, YCS Study W S Day Attracts [," 150 Students NEWMAN monologue and to Mary Droz ette Valiulis Sandra Sandona STERLING Fifty-three stu-for eomeoy reamng. Mary March]orate, Ethel Cori- ,~ ~ . dents made the honor roll for March 4 will find the dramatic re i Barbara Gior-i Jud ~ ~t~n~t~ -- une nunarea the second quarter at Newman group at Arlington Heights and ,~ ss, ~- ; . g, Y land fifty Young Christian Stu- To be eligible for the honor rolilthe individual events at Elgin]L pp' mnua ~,onacco, aacKm dents from parish a n-d high a student~must have a scholas ]High School IButerbaugh, Mary Larson, Mar- school groups throughout the tic average of 90 and at least a lene Rush and Mary Louise held recently at Newman Cen- B average in conduct. MADONNA diocese attended a study day By Ruth Anne Testin Bires. tral Catholic high school. Fol- Seniors who made the honor,AURORA ~7, A talent show, Sister Agnes Charles, O.P iowing the welcome by Jack and Sister Agnes Cecile, O.P roll are Agnes Aldrich, Karen S,wonderful, was held for the visited St. Anthony ' nursing Ro~we, president of St. Edward Allen, Barbara Bartel, Mary Jo student body on the afternoon of ~armody;. M~e. Clay in, Steve March 3, and again that evening ~uers[, nay ~alvre, .ivlary -~at for the public in the Madonna ~oley, Ylary Jean 2rlel, ~naron ~'vm The show was the nrolect Guy, G I n ~ e r Grennan, Danlof the Junior Class, the purpose ~armes, Iv~ary ~ e t h .Hutten, [being to unite all class members: ~vlargare~ ~ammes, Anlta viC-IHeadin- the nroiect was Mar- Bride Mary Lou Menz, Mike o ~ ~, ' [Anne Burns, assisted by Jean Propheter, Dan Reeser,a nd[Bohr Mary Sulhvan. [ Talent recruiters Carol Morse Juniors on the honor roll are and Donn l~- ~-^'-~ ~-" [ a Vt ~ .~*u ~wu dUm- L4noa Dondero Carot Empen tions in " ~ -~ -~-- ' 'm late,danuar), flum Ann Falvre, Carol Helms, Shar-Iwhich the acts were selected. on Kelly, Mike King, Fred Nor- All selected acts were submitted be presented April 14 and 15 at ris, Herb P r i e s t e r, Bey. to the approval of Sister M. Jefferson high school. "Wizard Schultz Tim Riordan, and Bar- ~a Verdick. " Judine, the school Dramatics of Oz" is this year's operetta and teacher. Highlights of the pro- the girls are trying out for '~ophomores making the hun- gram were a Spanish dance per- speaking parts, dances and the Dr roll are Bob Adams,-John formed by Fresia de la Rivia, choral group. ~ Bushman, Steve Hermes, Tom an exchange student from Boll- New members of the National Hermes, J i m Joyce, Regina via, a classical ballet by Mar- Honor society were inducted Kyker, Jana Meyer, and Pat ilyn Zajicek, and "You'lYNever Thursday. Six senior girls, who May. Freshman making it a r e Walk Alone," sung by Maribeth were in the society last year, Welter. Other acts included have been re-elected. They are Iean Burke, Richard B u r k e, were pantomimes, monologues, Barbara Helm, Judy Anderson, Carol Chamberlain, Tom Cla- songs, dances, skits, and band Karen Honl, Colleen Heath, vin, Fay Faivre, Connie Fester, and instrumental numbers. Sis- Carol VanAusdall and Patricia Bill Howard, Agnes Lepionka, ter M. Lawrence and Sister M. Stafford. Linda Neighbour. Kathleen Me- Eustelle, of the Madonna Music The new girls are: Seniors --- Mullen, Erin Prindaville, San- Department, directed the musi- Mary Bunk, Eileen Castronovo, ~ra Vock, Mike Sullivan, Mary ca1 performancer and aecom- Carole Coppoletti, Rosemary Lee Walter and Steve Walton. lpaniments" Attend Workshop I Chairmen of Programs were Cuecia, Kay Kuckynski, Mary Approximately twenty - five] Janice Thill and Barb Henning, Marchiorato, Dorothy Pyzynski, Betty Strominger, Rita Thomas, students attended the publiea- House Managers and Ushers Ann Topp and Colette Valiulis. tions workshop at D u b u q u ei were under supervision of Sally Juniors -- Elizabeth Bale, Jac- Feb. 19. These students repre'lEednard and Babe'Fayfar. Jo queline Buterbaugh, Sue Collins, sented the Marian, the school!Anne Voirin and Jackie Ulrich, Mary Ann Hickey, Irene Logli, newspaper, and the Co-Mary, Stevie Sucik and Lynn Esser. Cynthia Page, Francds Shomler, the school yearbook. Pat Barbel and Karen Beck The general session address were in charge of ticket sales. was given by James A. Gila- das. assistant managing editor MARIAN of the Dubuque Telegraph-Her-Michael Meyer ald. on "The Role of the HighWOODSTOCK --- The Senior Encourage Youth Idealism Editor PHILADELPHIA -- (NC) -- Higher education may be fail- ing to get the best out of young people, a magazine editor sug- gested. "Have we. we Christian edu- cators, sufficiently challenged the ideals of youth?" Father Thurston N. Davis, S.J asked. Father Davis, editor of Amer- ica, national Jesuit weekly magazine, spoke (Feb. 25) at a ~ - high groups, the Rev Herman regional meeting of the Nation- schom iaculty to expmm now ~. . " - rorter spoke on '1he ~lSLOry al Catholic Educational Asso- me guloance program, wnlcn ~ , o~ me ~nurcn ana mc i~egro ciation at La Salle College here. nas oeen set up in me Aorlan . ' -After a question and answer He asked whether Catholic L~omlnlcan seconaary scnoois ' permd IaiKs w e r e given oy educators are making young was s~ar~ea ann now IC operates . ~ ~ ~ Jonn ~earney on 'xne rsvcno- people understand that their ine Iacmty memoers at ~t. 2~n- - logical Approach to lntegra- own personal security must mony. nave snown an lmeres~ In ~. . "~ roar m an ke-"h i tlon and uavld James wno yield to the common good at me p ~, a fl as a ~ e s s- ' ~ ~.~.~ ,~.~.~. Ispoke on "The EmotmnaI Ap- every level." proach to Integratmn." "Have we given them a pro- Choose Operetta I The Rev. Frank Bonnike, perly international perspec- Preparations are being made/chaplain of YCS and superin- " ~" twe, he asked. for Muldoon's annual operetta to tendent of Newman high, col- Nancy Van Laanen, Susan Weed and Jane Wirry. Newman Center School Press." Throughout the 'day students attended v a r i o ns roundtable discussions which' covered such phases of press life as yearbook planning, picture taking, devel- 0ping editorial ideas, reporting news. writing feature stories and improving layou~ and head- lines. Another general session fol- lowed at which awards were presented to papers for varmus achievements. Following t h e awards. Mrs. Virginia Julier. authoress of "Always Room for One M o r e." addressed the group on "Ideas. Anyone?" ST. EDWARD Band Concert ELGIN The St. Edward High School band, under the direction of Mr. Henry Wintczak. gave the first of a planned serms of ~nthly concerts to ehe assem- d faculty and students on dnesday, Feb. 22. These con- ceres are performed in order to display the activities of the band and its progress. The program was opened with a concert march, Onr Glorious Land. Following were Song of Normandy, arranged for con- cert band, the love suite from Romeo and Juliet, from the South Overture. a medley from Hansel and Gretel. To close the program another rousing march, Our Washington Post was play- ed. The band was gratified and encouraged by the reception it received. Speech Contest Participation and rewards were gratifying at the DeKalb district contest. Our play "Lady of Property" won second place class presented "The Valiant," Student Mission a one act play :Feb. 22, for the entire student body. They also presented the play in the North- ern Illinois Unit Drama Festival held at Madonna, Aurora, Feb. 25. "The Courting of Marie Jen- rin" to be giver, by Marian's freshman class and "The T~'yst- ing Place" to be given by the junior class will be presented at a later date. Attend Convention Third year Latin students at- tended a Latin convention in Chicago Feb. 24 immediately after school. The students took the train into the city where they attended the program nam- ed. "An Afternoon with Cicero." Sister Ruberta and Sister Dolo- rine accompanied the students Days of Victory Feb. 24 and 25 were days of victory for the Hurricanes. Fri- day night Marian defeated Go- noa-Kingston and S a t u r d a y night the Hurricanes defeated Grayslake. Marian also had its share of bad news Saturday night when three of its senior boys were in an accident returning from the game. Jim Wensch. the driver, was not in jured but Ed Lortie received minor injuries and Jack Pajak of Woodstock suf- fered a broken betck and will be in the hospital for quite some time'. MULDOON By Karen Honl ROCKFORD--Both the fresh- men and sophomore classes will participate in the' National Merit Test. NEDT, to be, held Saturday, March 11, at Muldoon. Thirteen members of the I~atin class attended the Illinois Clas- as well as John Sullivan in ra- sical conference at the La Salle dip speaking Robert McKeil hotel in Chicago last Friday. The rated third in original oration, conference was held Thursday, Fifth place was given to James Friday and Saturday. The girls Green for original after dinner were present for Friday's sos- speech as well as to Mary Beu- sion only which centered ~bout ten for serious reading also to Cicero, whom they are-studying. Sharon Conway for prose read- Attend Conference ind. Seventh place was award- .Those who attended the con- ed to Terry Carlson for original terence were Karen Honl, Col- I Now that we ore getting into I/I I the Cold and Flu season we get Itl ELIZABETH many coils for Antibiotics and l only worth s detrimental Ill I f~s infections. Fur-I'l i t er, !s ,o have o Ill I pre " these pr d cts" II I gllll lTU.nU U rV III B-ick-Po.tioc-G C Trucks. I I! Soles and Seryice DEKALB Christ the Teach- er cha'pel, part of the Newman Student center at Northern Illi- nois university, will have a stu- dent mission March 12-16 ac- cording to an announcement by the Rev" Hubert McGinn. chap- lain. The five-day mission will be conducted by the Roy. Ed- ward Green. O.P Dominican House of Studies. River Forest. Mission services will begin at 7 p.m. and will be followed by Benediction of the Most Blessed sacrament. A sermon will also PAGE 9 ebrated Mass at noon which was "~U[n~,l:- ~ ~]1.~| WORKSHOP READING DEMONSTRATION~Teachers and pupils enjoy the "sharing of followed by lunch in the school Vl~l.l l~ U/cl[Ullli:tl ideas' during their reading lesson. This demonstration was part of the workshop held at Holy cafeteria. A general meeting "~T wr ~ Cross school, Stockton, Feb. 7. Numerous devices, techniques and procedures for developing was held in the afternoon, pro- ewman week the basic skill of reading were observed, analyzed and evaluated by the elementary teachers in the diocese. sided over by Dan Hermes of DE KLAB- "Cardinal New-1 I Newman high school, president man in the 20th Century" is thel-~ ~-~,-n ~ ~ I "11~*1 4 n of the diocesan YCS Federa- I {5 rouD ] Y tjon. theme of this year's Cardinal I A Yllarlmaaes 3re rra ers l~ewman weeK, wnich started JI The Rev W. E. Hogan serv- l [ LOURDES, France -- The At no prme should the pri- ed as moderator for a panel la~ 2rlaay I~1~|~11-1~ ~/ qll~d~t~7/Bishop of Lourdes has warned grimage degenerate into tour- J~acn year me ~atzonal ~ew- ll@ll.llt.~ YQ ILI l~./t ~/ Jthat -il'~rima~es must not de ism Pra" er must ever- -h-re discussion, and speakers were ,C " " -~ P ~ ~ - . y yw man lub federation designates/ 1 r William Catching, Gloria Hines, . L-n| "11/Ir ~ ]generate into sightseeing trips, keep its abso ute fi st place one weqk forhonoring John Patricia Taylor and LeRoy ~lKllYdt~ [~/11 ~IP ~ [ "Above all we must safeguard above all other manifestations Hines. The day concluded with y - ~the purity of pilgrimages," Bish- Prayer and also penitence.' Pierre- Marie Theas of t'o 1" tron of Newman clubs on secu- a recrea ~ n perloa a~ ~: o.lar c llc d n' '" ROCKFORD --- Spotlighting op Most of the pilgrimage diree- o ge an u lvermty cam- the Young Catholic Adults' [Lourdes told a meeting of 130 pil- tors at the meeting came from ~-,----~----" ~ puses across the nation "Variety Night," Mar. 5 at "8 Igrimage directors at this shrine France Others were from Bel- 3tage Hand Northern Illinois university's p.m. in the' Verdi Hall will be lcity, glum, Holland and Switzerland. I Newman club commemorated Rockford's Center Players with l 0 T T U M W A, Ia. -- An 18 the week by presenting a dra a one-act comedy entitled Why[ Chanel Onen in gweden memoer breeK cnorus Will oe -. h mauzauon-mscussmn program I am a Bachelor." Bob Thomp-i "~ ]U "~][" "" a principal feature of the fort - ~ ~ ~ ~ . for NIU student ~ *"':son, director of the Players,] TRELLEBORG, Sweden -- A[patron saint of Trelleborg prior coming Ottumwa Heights col-~ ~ ~uu~,~s m ~ewman n lgn will star as the Lecturer and]Catholic chapel honoring St'leo the Refor~=~i,~- 'rh le~e production o~ ~ne lrojan school, Sterling. Thls ga~ v,~- a bachelor who tries to con- Nicholas of Myra has been open-I woman oy ~urlpme~ ~ne cot- tential N ' ' " ~f "" e,wmamtes an idea ,~ vince an engaged couple, play- ed here in Sweden's southern-lchapel can accommodate 80 of lege Drama Club, under the di- what a Newman Club involves, ed by Barry Goldman and Con- most city. St. Nicholas was the the city's 19.000 inhabitants rectlon of Heather McLeod '" " Such points as Newman s idea of a university, his conversion, his literary works, and the Ox- ford movement, will be dis- cussed by Newman club mem- bers. Throughout the week a dis- play of books and essays by the Cardinal has been available at the Center to familiarize stu- dents with his literary accom- plishments and views. Named to Post VATICAN CITY--(NC)-- His Holiness Pope John XXIII-has appointed Father John S. Mix, C.R of Chicago, former Su- perior General of the Resurrec- tionist Fathers, to be a consul- tant to the coming ecumenical council's preparatory commis- sion of Religious. be given by Father Green at the three daily scheduled Mass- es. Moosehear# 41, Geneva 69. St. Edward 43, North Boone 41. St. Edward 72, Huntle 49. Newman 71, Al[eman 83, Marmion 63, Immaculate ConcelMion 69. Marian Central 61, Grayslake 55. Marian Central 76, Genoa-Kingston 66. St. Thomas 59, Sycamore 44. CHARLES drama instructor, will produce the famed tragedy about the Trojan War. Saturday and Sun- day, Mar. 4 and 5 at 8 p.m. in the new Ottumwa Heights aud- itorium. Carolyn May, of Aurora, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo May is a member of the stage crew for the production, nie, Bilardello, of the attributes of the single state The couple disregards h i s advice, marry and as the plot thickens, the couple begins to give credence to his theories. The 30-minute comedy will set the stage for ~he rest of the evening's talent. Cynthia Wonat. a student nurse at St. Anthony's Hospital will sing semi-classical selec- tions, followed by a local bar- bershop quartette. Antoinette and Michael Vacarello. a broth- er-sister team, will appear on t h e program with Antoinette singing a n d Michael playing the accordion. The YCA group also Prom- ises many other unanno.unced surprises at their "Variety Night." AII single Catholic. men and women are welcome to attend. 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