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PAGE 8 THE OBSERVEg FKIDAY, APRIL 14, 1951 SEVEN WIN SCHOLARSHIPS--Seven cadets from Marmion Military Academy recently re- ceived notification that they have won scholarships to college. The five cadets pictured above will receive Illinois state scholarships. They are: (1. to r.) seated--Joseph Zocher, Stephen Worthley, and Thomas Franczak; standing--Dan Mack and Ralph Lemley. The other two schol- arship winners, not pictured, are Leonard Seraphin, who received a $1,000 honor scholarship from St. Edward university, Austin, Tex and Ronald Yonder, who was awarded a $1,200 scholarship from St. Mary college of Winona, Minn. SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS--The Rev. Frank Bonnike, superintendent of Newman Central Cath- olic high school at Sterling, is shown recently congratulating the school's five Illinois state scholarship winners. The winners were: (l. to r,) Dan Reeser, Sahlette; Mike Clavin, Sterling; Kay Faivre, Maytown; Mike Propheter, Sterling; and Dan Hermes, Dixon. Photo by Jim Joyce. o Dear Doris: personality. DiScover these different schools. At each one My problem is my girl friend, qualities. Cheerfulness, sincer- even if it's in the same state the She has long blond hair and a ity. an alert mind are but a few. girls seem to act different from very beautiful figaro. Besides Work on them the others. Right now I go to she is very popular and makes YOUR SC::OOL GRADES in- school in the city and spend the good grades in school. She is hi- dicate an alert mind. Keep it weekends in the country. I have so a favorite with the teachers alert. Take part in debate club~ some Iri~nds in the immediate and she has a boy friend in and sodality activities While area but the other girls don't school who used to be my boy there is no pat formula or rou- like me because I'm from the friend, tine for developing a pleasing city. Most of them live on farms As you can guess I'm not very personality a sincere interest in and tbink cities are for snobs. popular and attractive but I can people is most important. The How can I get to know them and truthfully say I'm not ugly and reason a zirl is liked by others to make friends with them? I do make good grades in school, is because she really li'kes oth-[ Lynne Won't you please tell me how ez s t ' are the snm*~ ~1] ,~,~ " Girls I can gain a little popularity and Try this Dott and ou 11 f " " " " ~ ", y y ' End]Only their interests and activi-] a boy friend in school' be s ar n't ~- ' ' '2 y e nearly as scarce a~ ties differ. A newcomer into any Dotty you think they are. Igr up' whether school, church: You can't have everything, iDear Doris- I or community is sort of on the While you may not have longi Like all "teenagers I like to!Spat. And very often the new- blond hair and a beautiful fig-talk on the telephone. About how lcomer has to make the initial ure you do have other assets long do you think we teenagers!effort to get acquainted But and talents--so why bemoan should take for our conversa- once you let people know you ~hat you don't have? Capita-:tion? This is for pleasure talk- like them and want to know lize on what you do have -- ing. them better it's easy. shiny brown hair, clear cam- John ] MOST CHURCH AND CLUB plexion, nice eyes. Well, what do you know, A tel- f GROUPS for teenagers meet on THERE .*-RE NO UGLY girls, low who worries about talking!lweekends so you're lucky there. ~Dotty, just lazy Your short inquiry, John, islwhat is the principal club or ~ones. By mak- bound to bring lots of correspon-I activity in your parish? Join it. ~ing the most at dence from the opposite sex The The church bulletin sometimes ~:.~lwhat they have girls think that' you think "they lists teenager and young adult ~~and b~ing e~tfa do all the talking. And it really activities. If not, ask the pas- ~~ilca,efu of t eir isn't so is it" I tor. grooming a i i ~.~ " TO ANSWER YOUR QUES-I The library in a small town girls can be at s r s ~]~ ' . " TION, it depend, on who you' ell a good meeting place. Let the tractiveMore, ,italking to and how much you t librarian know you would like t h a n gmmour ~~ ,I have to say. But that could goito get acquainted She knows " boys rate good . Ion forever. My advice is to be[lots of young people. After she grooming oe Doris R. Peters ' ~,conservative and considerate, l introduces you to a few girls pendablhtyand . . " ' . IGive the Other members of your[you're on your own. For in the personahty high on thelr list of J family a chance Dad may be I long run your sincerity and per- wnat they like in a girl - ~, FAR ~aOR~ T~sn~- [waltIn~, for an important busl-[sonahty will determine how "h "* ,'~ *';* *,~'l'[ness call. Morn may need to many friends you make. t an your pnyslcm attriou~es[talk to the chairman of her club. I Doris Revere Peters answers~ then, are the qualities God has And who knows when the line" ,- i -- ite~ers mrougn nor cmumn, no~ given you ior developing your ~lis free al} kinds of interesting by mail. Please do not ask Sot a calls could come in for youv r n l IAI~hCTNt'I/ I pe so aI rep y. Young readers W~lJJ/~|l [Dear Doris: late invited to write to her in ~lf I m 16 and have gone to manylcare of THE OBSERVER. I Nail & Eckert : : : $7.00 WILL MAINTAIN A STUDENT FOR ONE WEEK WILL YOU HELP HIM ALONG? ; and BUILDING FEderal 8.01S8 Woodstock, III. Complete Banking and Trust Service First National Bank of Woodstock Illinois Member F.D.I.C. and Federal Reserve System THOMAS JEWELERS "Serving Our Many Catholic Friends With Quality Jewelry and Gilts" Phone 4118--Mor,rison FITZGERALD DRUG STORE Prescription Specialists R. F. FITZGERALD 19874 PHONE 3415 105 W MAIN ST. MORRISON, ILL. ROSS V. BOGOTT ,Plumbing and Heating You Can Do.It.Yoursel[ or We Will Do It For You! Phs.: (Ofc.) 2316 (Res.) 3618 201 W. Market St,--Morrison REYNOLDS Funeral Home Established "70 Years Abe Renkes- Owner Phone: Morrison 2322 Muldoon Sets Oz Operetta ROCKFORD--Bishop Muldoon high school will present its-an- operetta at Jefferson junior high school Sunday and Monday, April 16 and 17 at 7:30 p.m. This year's presentation will be the "Wizard of Oz." Advanced, co-curricular and sophomore choral groups will sing the show's amusing ditties with the band providing the opening and closing medleys. This year's operetta is being oedicated to the Most Rev. Lor- dS T. Lane in gratitude for his untiring work on behalf of the school. Double Cast Members The double cast parts will be taken by Muldoon and St. Thom- as students with the main char- acters as follows: Dorothy -- Mary Alice Roche and Marsha Lambert: Uncle Henry--Thomas Of NEWMAN STERLING -- The GAA Car- nival and the dance immediately following will be held on Sat- urday, April 15, from 6:30 to 12:00 p.m. in the school gym and cafeteria. "Spring Frolic" Barb Bartel, Mike Clavin, Steve ~ sponsored by the girls P.E. Duerst, Mary Jean Friel, Kaylclasses, were played this week Faivre, Sharon Gay, Marijo[It seems as though this year's Guccione, Ginger Grennan, Dan{freshman team is really going to Hermes, Mary Beth Hutten go places. The freshman girls Mary Lou Menz, Bob-M-~537',lnot only won the volleyball tour- Anita McBride, Kathy McKee,[n.ament but are also basketball McCullough and Richard Bach- is the theme chosen by the car- rodt; Aunt Emma -- Kathryn nEpal chairmen Marie Cesarek Bruneni and Mary Lake; the and Suanne Troye and co-chair- farmhand --- Luke Matranga; men Mary Frills and Judy Ma- the scarecrow -- Michael Burns sinE. and Thomas Dressier" the tin I ' I The htghhght of the mght will man -- Peter Giacamzazo; the lion -- Robert Keating and Charles Tussing; the three witches -- Mary Beth Stiles, Co- lotto Valiulis and Patricia Staf- ford, and Mary Ann Hickey, Mar:/Pearce and Georgia Beck- ere Bibia --- Janet Hayer and Patricia Murphy; the mayor -- James Krine; the farmer -- An- thony Gullo: Lord Growley -- Mike Pr~phete'r, D a n Reeser, champions! and Mary Sullivan. I Friday, April 7, Marian's Mis- Other Honor Students I sion club held a sock hop in the Juniors: Linda Dondero, Carol/gym. The dance lasted from 8 Empen. Anne Faivre. CaroIlto 11 and the entertainment for Helms. Sharon Kelly. Beverlylthe evening was provided "by CDA Court Will Sponsor Antique Sllow DEKALB -- The second an- nual Antique Show at the Cath- olic Student center on Northern Illinois university campus will be sponsored by Court Immac- ulate Conception of DeKalb, Catholic Daughters of Amer- ica. The court is sponsoring the affair in response to Bishop Lane's appeal for help to the: Newman foundation A "Country Store" is plan- ned in conjunction with the An- tique Show, and members of the court are asking the many friends of Newman throughout the diocese to contribute to this project. They are s e e k i n g home canned goods, homemade candies, potted plants, prizes and fancy goods. Anyone imerested in making a contribution may send or write to Mrs. Henry Kensick~ 238 Augusta Ave DeKa~ Sebastian medal. This medal was given to the girl who up- held sportsmanship, fair play, co-operation and assistance at all times. The recipients were the following: Marilyn Neu- bert, Senior: Marilyn Schmidt, Junior: N a n c y Springborn, Sophomore; a n d Pat Aister Freshman: Easter vacation for the stu- Anthony Guile and David Krine: Gloria -- Patricia Mutchler and Eileen Castronovo; the Wizard of Oz -- Patrick Humple and Robert Burns; Oz-Lady -- Bar- bara DeFay and Marsha Mc- Mahon; and a soldier -- Maryjo Ingrassia. 14 Schools Attend Piano Audition More than 200 high school and grade schGvl students from 14 schools in the diocese partici- pated in the second annual Pi- ano Auditions, sponsored by the Rockford unF. of the National Catholic Music Educators Assn recently. The annual project of the as- sociation was held at Madonna high school in Aurora and at H0iy Cross school in Stockton on Friday and Saturday, April 7 and 8. Students from the following schools participated: Madonna high school, Holy Angels. Our Lady o* Good Counsel, St. Mary, St. Joseph and St. Therese -- Aurora; St. Thomas -- Crystal Lake St: Mary -- McHenry St John, -- Johnburg; Muldoon high school and St. James -- Rockford: St. Mary -- Sterl- ing; St. John -- Savanna; and Holy Cross -- Stockton. Camp Directory For Catholics The candidates for the King of Sports are: Dick Bogott, Steve Duerst, Dan Hermes, Gary Kohl, Chuck Potts, and Mike Propheter The Queen of Sports will be chosen from candidates Karen Allen, Sandy Bellini, Sandi Cooney, Nancy Papoccia, Mary Sullivan, and Nancy Sch- rader. Booths and Clowns There will be 22 booths and concessions featured. Among these are two new bo~hs, the Jail with Ginger Grennan as chairman and Demolition Car with Gerri Drew as Chairman. They both promise to be very amusing. Clowns always seem to be the center of attraction at a carni- val. This year the clowns will be juniors Mike Cesarek and John Kiefer. Senior Ann Cunniff was win- n e r of a school-wide current events contest sponsored by the Marian on Tuesday, March 28. This contest in the form of a test made out by The American dents s t a r t e d Wednesday, - March 29 at 3"10 Classes re- - ~ " : ' . : when Marian stu'dents returned cat:n mmn vet:re co [.he ~am~ joyeo ~nelr resL to school to continue their~l J studies, t ST. JOSEPH S HEALTH RESORT The student council of Marian I ST. JOSEPWS HEALTH RESORT I sponsored a courtesy program!ll WEDRON. ILL. I April 5-11. On Tuesday {he llth; J Eighty~eago onthe Fox River I the council presented a shortI ~~ous ~I~E~L SPRIN ; J skit in the auditorium demon-[ ' . . . . ,~ ~ ~ aVe x' ux~vWlnN " "" ," " 11 a o=itol I Joe SKIt awaras were given to and we equipped physical therapy department courteous" in the halls. The stu-]l O~HO' ['$EI-R ,o~,o I dent Council hopes this courtesyll ~t '~" "n~':'~ 'an I program will make courtesy a:l ~ J contageous thing around Marl- I r,~,o~ pS~o o.~,~ ~ s4~so I an! I ---------' Tickets For Play Tickets for 'Heaven Can] For Res ry tions Cell HAZEL 6-4848 ,Wait," the senior class play,' -- . . were distributed to all the stu- An Adventure In 6ood Eating dents this week. Seniors are ex- pected to sell five tickets apiece and the underclassmen are ex- ~[~ rrgrrrn ported to sell at least t~o tick- ets apiece. Of course there will Institute of Public Opinion, bet-ibe prizes forthose students who ter known as the Gallup Poll,].sell the most tickets. The book was open to any student who lstore is loaded with stuffed ani, registered before the contest, mals and winners will have a Possible Scholarship f large selection to choose from. The test covered national and The play will be given April 22 international events of the past year. In general, questions were in the areas of politics, sports, and entertainment and 23 and everyone is invited. Results were passed along to freshmen and sophomores this week from their Iowa tests of educational development. These tests are put out by Science Re- search associates. Winning Freshmen Intramural volleyball games, Ann will have her paper en- tered in the national competition being sponsored b:y the School of Journalism, State University of Iowa. The winners of that contest will be eligible for a number of college scholarships AIR CONDITIONED CAFE & COCKTAIL LOUNGE Owned end Med~aged by Sylvia and Paul Petersan Now Available WASHINGTON -- The 1961 dE- valued at $500 each rectory of Catholic camps, pub: Forty-five students made the[[llllllllllll11~tl ' i th h third quarter honor roll at New lished by the National Ca o 'c " . . "' " , Camping Assn is now available man. Students having a ninetyl] kirtleS A kll~ I I o~v.~o I I SUNDAY 6.30 P.M I to anyone interested in such in- avearge and an A orB in con-II /Yl~l~%'l/'kl~ll ~ I I m vr st Ill duct are" Seniors Karen Allen i Ii .ll formation, according to the Rt. -- II IJ NURSING HOME II UAllgDl ll I Ill/~ILIII%IIIL Rev. Joseph E: Schieder. na-eqP Eil~lr. II FINE Ill a I,I I tional director of the associa-:31. U'IAKL . It I I . lw.y, nome.Li,rl r 1 tion a. --, .n -- . "11 WINES Ill Atmosphere" I[I / Es. II The directory, published since I!1 "- I!1 I[I / I 1952, includes lists of all Cath, I M. Chorles I! L I11Licensed br of nl. 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