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FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1961 Hold Reading Workshop At Sterling STERLING--A reading dam- onstration by Rock Falls first graders and Sterling fourth and eighth graders was presented for some 80 religious and lay teachers of the Northern Illinois area at St. Mary School here recently. Guests included the Very Rev. Raymond J. Wahl, director of the Diocesan Bureau of Educa- tion; Sister Mary Celine, O.S.F elementary school suthervisor of the Rockford Diocese; the Re. Rev. Thomas Green, pastor of St. Mary and Miss A. Brook- man, t e s t-book consultant of Ginn Publishing Co. Sister Frances Mary, princi- pal and teacher of reading-lit- erature in the Junior High divi- sion, demonstrated techniques with two eighth grade groups ~ch included guided discus- , group and individual read- ings, analysis of text, ,similes and metaphors. Sister Raymond Cecille work- ed with fourth grade children who demonstrated story back- ground, vocabulary, content and READING DEMONSTRATION--Sister Frances Mary, principal of St. Mary Bchool, Sterling, conductB an unrehearsed demonstration of reading techniques with the eighth grade class of St. Mary during a reading conference recently at that Bchool. The faculty of St. Mary played host to more than 80 teacherB of the Sterling Deanery. A workshop followed the demonstrtations. In the picture above, Mike Nolan. acts as moderator while Charles Wagenecht, at the left stand- ing, offerB his viewpoint on the subject under discussion. onstrated by Sister Mary Julia with her fourth graders and Sis- ter Marietta of St. Andrew school, Rock Falls, with 30 first graders who conducted a read- reading skills, ing laboratory class on the be- By Doris Revere Peters lather people Therefore it is as- Similar techniques were dem-ginners level, r Doris: " sential tl~at you learn to get Please help me. I'm a 14-year. along with others. Begin with Youth Adoration Day--May 21 ol ly urfamily" ] u ooy. whenever ~ ao some-IBEGIN NOW To IT-D"-I hi ' ~ t~tt. WASHINGTON -- An esti- Goal of the observance, he t ng that isn t good Ior mYlSTAND your parents' concern mated five million U. S. Catho-i said, is to have each teenager grandmother, like humping intojand your own reactions. Main-I lic youngsters will kneel before: meditate 30 minutes before the her by accident she says I do itt rain a right attitude towards the Blessed Sacrament on Blessed Sacrament Youths are on purpose--but I really don'tlyour family and make a post- Youth Adoration Day, May 21, according to Msgr. Joseph E. Schieder, director of the Youth~ Department, National Catholic Welfare Conference LEGION OF DECENCY LIST THE OBSERVER School Principal Attends Denver Guidance Meet Sister Agnes Charles, O.P principal of M u l d V o n high school, attended the meeting Of the American Personnel and Guidance Assn. being held at the Denver-Hilton in Denver, Colo recently. Accompanied l~y Sister Jane Dominic, O.P of Regina high school, Wilmette, Sister Agnes Charles was present also for the seventh annual meeting of the Catholic Counselors which was held Saturday and S u n d a y, March 25 a n d 26 at Loretto Heights college. Sister Agnes Charles and Sis- ter Agnes Cecile. assistant prin- cipal of Muldoon, and Sister I invite her none of the kids wE conle. Tell your morn just what you wrote to me and I bet she mill come up with a ~olution. HOWEVER, YOUR MOTHER probably knows you don't par- ticularly care for this girl so she Moral Classification of Movies The following is a moral estimate of motion pictures showing in the Rockford Diocese prepared under the direction of the National Legion of Decency, 453 Madison Ave New York 22, N Y with co-operation of the Motion Picture Department of the International I'll never amount to anything. Federation of Catholic Alumnae. . Worried A-I---MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR GENERAL Your grandmother is elderly PATRONAGE and may even be ill. This makes Absent Minded Professor I Was a Perish Priest Seven Wonders of the her irritable. Your parents be- Alamo Last Down World come annoyed because they are All Hands on Deck Sw ss Fami y RobinsOn Amazing Transparent Leer, R~gnr end Lanmr Sword end the Dragon concerned about her and they Man, The Little Angel Sword at Sherwood Forest take it out on you. They don't B en-Hur Little Shepherd of King- reacher end fha Miracle mean to--so don't worry. This uernaaeqe Or.Lour~es don Coma Ten Commandments ueyond tne .me Barr,er . Cimaron M,ghty Crusaaere Ten Who Dared happens in the best of families. Cinderfella Modern Times There Was a Crooked Men OF C 0 U R S E Y 0 U ' L L Days of Thrills andOne Hundred end One Three Worlds ot Gulhver Laughter Dalmatians Tomboy end the ChampAMOUNT to something because Desert Attack OperatiOn Camel Town Like AliCe Dondl Passport to Chine Trapp Family, The God created you to amount to Flaming Star Pope Wackiest Phlo in thesomething to be of service to Flute end the Arrow Police Dog StOry, The Army Glenn Miller Story Question / Watch Your Stern Him. Don't be discouraged, The Gorge Sand Castle Wings of Chance Green Helmet, The Santa Claus Wizard of Baohdad chief reason for discouragement Hand in Hand Serengeti Shall Not Die Would-be Gentlemen iS failure to accept ourselves as A-I1---MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS we really are. Remember this, AND ADOLESCENTS "You must face yourself as you derstand how you' feel. I Doris Revere Peters answers Dear Doris . :, ',[letters through her column, not lvly parents think I m terrible Iby mad. Please do not ask for a oecause I nave three ~oys come r [personal reply. You~g reade S to walk me to sendal. I (ton [ ask "" to . . [are ~nvtted to wrote to her tn mem come. I m amy m-[rnr~ n~ THE OBSERVER terested in one of them. How can[ I get rid of the other two with- ~~ ~, out hurting their feelings? If Ij~ ~ tudy Week tell them not to come for me l . ~ won't I et a bad re utation* g P Im Davenport Lenny! ,11J I II I Ill I I I I I I I PAGE 7 i Ill II I I I I II I I I I [ D MT. ST. MARY By Susan Serling ST. CHARLES--Life would be so much simpler at seven--or seventy--but it is this betwixt and between of seventeen that bewilders me. Take Career Week, for example. On Monday we saw and heard about t h nursing profession from t w o Sisters of St. Joseph Mercy hospital; and, who could re- main immune to their enthus- iasm and love of work? Their ideas of dedication and serving others sent every girl out of IIII II I I I I the ~uditorium in a trim white uniform and cap, c a g e r to cool the :everish brow of suf- faring humanity. The chemistry book moved up and the impa- tient word died a-borning. That was Monday. Teaching Profession Tuesday brought the teaching profession in the persuasive person of Miss Helen Munhall, retired principal of Munhall junior high. A mental t r a n s- formation replaced that tidy white uniform with the teacher image. O what a field is this for service! Human clay, for- tile minds of youth, open, re- ceptive for the seeds of truth, Mr. Chipps and Miss Dove, here we come. But we hadn't reckoned on the Rev. Thomas Brady of Mar- fan high school. Still anticipa- ting the young-at-heart life of a teacher, we went easilj, into the sublime life of a rehgious and by contrast, all other voca- tions seemed inadequate; noth- ing could be more real or beau- tiful than the dedication of our lives to serving God .through His needy children. Marriage On Wednesday, and while we were ~till slanted towards the rewarding hie of a Sister, we were exposed to the exhuber- ance of Mrs. McClintock, alum- na Of the Mount and St. Francis college, who charmed us with her day by day account of life Career Week was brought tO a close with Miss Carol John- son, alumna of Muldoon high school and Siena Heights col- lege, who carried us into t h e field of social wGvk with its un- limited opportunities to help others help themselves. H e r e again, the door of service swung wide. Inspired Student Body The doors of Career W e e k closed behind an inspired cn- lightered, t h o u g h somewhat confused student body--confused by the awareness of how soon it would have to respond to one of these careers: enlightened by the knowledge these speakers were able to give us and in- spired by the happiness, love and devotion which was so ap- parent in each. NEWMAN STERLING -- T h e junior class at Newman Central Cath- olic high school here, led by Mike King, class p r e s i d e n t have begun in earnest prepar- ations for t h e banquet and prom to be held on separate days, May 10 and 12. An orchestra for the ~cca- sion has already been engaged for the prom. to be held in the high school gym, according to orchestra committee chairman Mike Cesarek ~nd invitations should be in the mail this week according to Carol Helms chairman of that committee. Committees have also bee~ appointed and are making ar- rangements for prom decora- tions designs for special fea- tures of 'the gym decorations, table decorations and choice of a restaurant for the banquet. MADONNA Mary Lou Huge The results of the semi-final All-Star games are as follows: The juniors played the seniors, resulting in a 27-25 lead for the seniors. The freshmen were the victors of the fresh-soph game with a shaw, in the Madonna auditor- ium. Mr. LatshBw is a well- known puppeteer for MGM. Among the skits that he pro- seated were his own rendition of "The Taming of the Shrew." He also gave a satirical example of a classic ballet. Six Madonna Latin students participated in the sectional Illi- nois State Latin examination a~ East Aurora high school March 25. The girls who paricipated are: freshmen Marsha Vagus, Kathy Brazen, and Le Anne Dieter and sophomores Jane Doell, Joan Devine and Donna Fridyrick. MULDOON NOTES By Karen Honl Third quarter examinations were ~administered at Bishop Muldoon, Monday and Tuesday, March 27 and 28. Easter vaca- tion bega~ Wednesday, March 29. Twelve Bishop Mutdoon stu- dents from the four LatLa classes took part in the Illinois District Latin contest, adminis- tered at the school. Saturday, March 25. Students from Wilson junior high school and S y c a- more high school also participa- ted in the two and a ha]:[ hour tesL which covered the Latin work studied in all four years. Winners from the district con- test will take part in the region- al contest to be h e 1 d in Bloomington. The participating MuldOon students were: Judy Anderson, Karen Honl, Mary Marchiorato, Jacqueline Buter- baugh, Mary Larson, Frances Shomler, M a r i e Gasparini, Karen Johnson, Laurel SmJth, Karen CalleYa, Mary Graham and Harriet McCulleugh. Two seniors, Barbara Helm and Karen Hon], received honor awards from Clarke College, Dubuque, Iowa, on the basis of High School Records and CEEB tests. Barbara H e i m w a s awarded the title of Mary Ger- vase Scholar. which enables her It will be held in conjunction with husband and six children score of 23 to 18. The final play- to participate in t h e College self.and the situation will resolve it-i with programs of several other in the working out of her voca- offs for the school championship Honor society activities. Karen All the Young Men Hell Bent for Leathgr Prisoner at the Volga are without ever giving up hope YOU DIDN'T MENTION your groups, including the Papal VoI- tion in the married life. Her were held March 28. Honl received the Awards Hon- Angry Red manet High Powered R,fl, Raisin in the Sun, A of becoming,what you think you age so I'm assuming you re m ' f d d '~ ~ '~ " As the Sea Rages Scent of Mystery . " unteers for Latin america, delightful wit and the very ap- March 24 at10:lS a,m. the "r- -t Entrance Atomic Submarine Home IS me ,era School tar Scoundrels ought to be. the 'teens At this ace it's much Bishop Ralph L. Hayes of Day- parent joy she found in e a c h student body o Ma anna atten - - ~abefle Goes to War HoOdlum Priest Secret of the PurPle RNt Ilal[ad of A Soldier Homicidal Secret Partners FOURTEEN - Y E A R - OLD wiser to walk with~three bovs enport arid Bishop Raymond A. day's problems impressed us ed the puppet show, "Hand in rll~=Ul~| |1~ ~atBattle of the Sexes MouseH use of of UsherSeVen Hawks SevenSergeantwaysRUtledgefrom Sundown BOYS are awkward and sensi- than with one boy and it's'a Lane, M.M will be among the with the rewarding life of a Glove", given by George Let- nv .n==LL== Because They're Young I Aim At the Stars Sniper'S Ridge tive. They take lot easier too, isnT it* Don't featured speakers, good wife an~ mother. ~ I Bells Are Ringing Ice Palace Song Without End . Sell Boy Jailhreakera S.O.S. Pacific ~ll~riticism't they keep the talk lively and re- .mlm.--I ilklt~ 4 ~ I:RFrJ I HI CN'FY I Slack Sunday Journey to the Lest City StaIag 17 heart and mag- lieve you of the burden of carry- N I I4LIN[ . . I " ""- .": ."." I Blueprint for Robbery Konga Steel Claw Brides of Drecula Long Rope, The Sundowners ~nify it a dozen ~ ~ ~" --"" "--'== " 1" " " " I Keel cstote l Cagecanadians,Of EViIThe ManMagniflcenttn a CockedSeven Hat SunriseTarzan theat CampobelleMagntficent ~i~imes. R i g h t lng erie conversa~,lon. JDeSlQe$ . -dll jzlll~l~ll I Counterplot Man who Died Twice Tess Of the Storm Country lanow you at 14, it's a good social experience. - i " lil ~ gAI)&4g --Mt~ull=e~.~l t~Aldg i Crazy for Love Maria Octobre Time Machine K h tl ~ l|l ltl / ra,~ir~eTt=~--ravm=.~-----i=vr~t~ I Don Quixote Mating T~me rormentod, The ~are subject to I THIN your parents s ould] Enemy Genera, Midnight Lace Trapped in .Tangler. ~moods aademo-fee], relieved. I McNEIl. ELECTRIC III GRENNAN lil - I FlyingFontaine, Mountain I Electrical Contractin$ III and SON I Four-D Man Nature Girl and the Unforglven ~tional outbursts Dear DoNs: Gazebo Slaver vanw of the Redwoods ~---e v e n crying t m an eigl~tl~ gra(te gin win I - I!1 Iii I General Della Revere N ght Fighters Village of the Damned GiantGe[d of f fheMerath nseven Saints OthellOpay or Die WakeViSit TOMeaWhen'Smelllt,sPlanetover ~spells. W h a t a serious problem. You see I'm i ~ I!1 1,J - J Goliath and the Oregon Place in the Sun Walk Like A OregOn lDori$ R. retersyou hope to be planning to have a party which I ,~/~ z--'N I I ~ Catholic owned and I,il larnnf I 1 m~lmn t mti~l[~lwlm~lmnmt GreatHand Thelmp st r' The . PleaseDaislesDon't Eat the. Walkingwhite WarrlorTarget Ills a mature adult able to con- my parentB say I may have bnt I L t, rz 4 KJ I11 manasedFuneral Home III " "'" " " "''''''" """" I there is one problem. There'sI II II " ::: :;,: I Hannibal Posse from Hell WOrld ot ApuIltrol your emotions and accept E e 1912" . A.111---MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS Ilcriticism' No matter what work a girl who hangs around with MATT GRENNAN, Owner THE Good Place To Eat Since 1912 . ' s h All In A Night's Work Grass IS Greener Gur Man in Havana Ilyou do as an adultyour work me that I dent really like who AlIcannibalsthe Fine Young HelIHallerlsln, Pinkcity Tight, Pillowplease TalkTurn Over liter God will be done through my parents say [ ran'st i~vito. If I -: - "1 .i, ,OUBT. I' ' o o oo. . . IT'"""', ''U"O" I I '=="O III I " HARM'S & TROOP S .ok to,h. Wa dot Re, d.P.rle ---- II I Best ot Everything Ikiru (Jap.t Big Deal on Madonne I'm All Right Jack Ssvlge Innocents Street Inherit the Wind $enechsl, The Megnifl- EST. 1932 Black Orpheus I Passed For Whitecent Captain's Tebll It St.fred N.p S--,en Th vea LEO J. LAUFF---Real Estate Career Jayhawkers Sins of Rachel Cede DIAL MA. $-0684 Cash McCall Kay Witness Spartacus Chance Meeting League of Gentlemen Story on Page One INCOME TAX SERVICE College Confidential Let NO Man Write My Subterreneans Cover Gir, Killer Epitaph Third veto, 204 East Third St. Sterling Ill. Cranes are Flying Magician Threat Crimson Kimono Make Mine Mink Tiger Bay Crowded Sky Malaga Touch of Lar en~r Dark et the Top of Murder, Inc. Tunes of Glory the Stairs MuSic Box Kid Unfaithfuls, The / End Of Innocenoe North to Alaska Upstairs end Downstslrs Exodus Nude Ina White Car Virgin Island Lundstrom t, reennouses Facts of Life (Fr.) Virgin Spring (Swedish) Fate of a Men Ocaan's Eleven Web of Evidence ROBERT A. LUNDSTROM, PROP. , Fast and, Sexy On the Beach Why Must I Die Fever in the Blood, A Odds Against Tomorrow Wind Cannot Read "See Us For All el Your FLoral Needs' Four Fast Guns Once More With Feeling Wolf Larsen 400 Blows One-Eyed Jacks Wonderful Country Phone MA 5-0893 French Mistress One Foot in HeLl Young Have No Time Gotieth end the Bar Operation F-~chmann Young One 205 Eighteenth Ave. " SterJlng, Illinois bastions Operation Petticoat B--MORALLY OBJECTIONABLE IN PART FOR ALL And Quiet Flows the Oon Hell to Eternily Rise and; Fall et Leg= Angel Baby Her Bridal Night (wee: Diamond Atlanr~,wee, n the Lost Continent Beautiful)Bride Is MUChFr TOO Rookie KLI Bet Time end Rosemary Eternity Blood and Roses Bluebeard's Ten Honeymoons , Breath of Scandal Butterfield ,I Can-Can Carry On, Nurse Carthage in Fiamea Circus of Horrors Hercules Unchained SanCtuary Herod, The Great September Storm Hiroshima, Men Amour $~x Kittens Go ta It Takes e Thief College Jazz Boat Shakedown Leech Woman Pens end Lover= Legions of the NIII Slued Car Let's Make Love Stranglers of Bombay Leek in Any Window Strongars When We Meal Crack in the Mirror Cry for Happy Curse of the Werewejt Desire in the Dust Elmer Gantry Electronic Monster Enterta/ner, The Esther and the K~ng Female end the Flesh Five Branded Women Foxhole in Cairo Parrish Vice Raid From the Terrace Platinum High School Where the Boys Are Fugitive Kind Portrait of S MobsterWhere the Hot Win~l Gangster Story Portrait of a Sinner Blows Girl in Room 13 ~ Prime Tlme Who Waa That Lady? G. I. Blues Private Lives ef AdlmWild River Goddess of Love end Eve Woman Like Satan (was Naked in the World Proper Time - Female) Anniversary Psycho~ World of Suzy Wong of Tyrant Rat RaCe Young Jesse Jomea Love and the Frenchwoman Studs Lonigen Macumbe Love Surprise Package Menlo Take a Giant Ste~) Marriage-Go-Round Tall Story Milllonalress Terror of the Tongs MinotaUr Thunder in Carolina Misfits, The Too Peon to Love Nl.~hts of Lucretll Two Feces of Dr. Jeykll uorgia UnderWorld, U.S.A. C--CONDEMNED- Adorable Creature= Llano, Jungle Goddess (French) And God Created Woman Love Game (French) (French) Love la My Profession Baby DoLl Lovers, The (Fr.) Bed of Grass tGreek) Lover's Return (French) Bed, The (French) Mademoiselle Gobetto BreathMss (French) Port of Deslre Come Dcnce Wittt Me Mademoiselle Stripteess Pot Boullle (Lovers of (French} (French) Paris) (Fr.) Desperate Women, The Ma~dalena Private Progerty Expresso Bongo Matd in Paris (Ft.) A Question of Adultery Fruited-of Summer (Ft.) Maria du Port (French)Rosenna Game of Love (French) Mating Urge Savage Eye Garden of Eden Miller's Beautiful Wife Sins Of the= Bor~llos Green. Carnation (wes (Ital.) Trials of Oscar WildtJ Miss Julia (Swedish) Heroes end Sinners MItsou (Fr.) Husband for Anna, A Morn and Dad I Am a Camera Moon Is Slue, The IIlicJt Interlude (Swedish) Naked Night, The Karamoia (Swedish) Lady Chafterley's LoverNena (Fr.) Letters from My Wind-Never on Sunday mill (FrJ Night Heaven Fell (Fr.] No Orchids for Miss Blandish (British) Oscar Wilde Passionate Summer (Fr,-Itel,) Pleaser Mr. Selze (Fr.) (French) Smiles of a Summer Night (Swedish) Snow Was Black Stalin (Greek) Third Sex Trials of Oscar Wilde Wasted Lives and the Birtha of Twins Woman of Rome (Itel.) YOU~ FAMILY DEPARTMENT STORE SAY ONE.STOP SHOPPING FOR EVERYONE STERLING & DIXON SAVE TIME . . . SAVE STEPS . . . 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