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PAGE 8 TO BE HONORED--These members of St. Mary (Rockford) basketball team and cheer-leading section will be honored with letters and trophies Tuesday April 25, by the St. Mary Mothers club at the club's annual Sports Luck banquet. The team won first place in the parochial league this past year and also took top honors in the K. of C. Tourney. Guest speaker will be coach Ed Callahan of Boylan high school. Team members are: (kneeling, I. to r.) Bias Serrano, Don Kaczynski, Peter Gulatto, Pat Hogan and Sam Cudia, and (standing) Mike Philan, coach Tony Gulatto, Dennis Burke, Dave Marinaro, JerryJawarowski, Tom Hayes and James Hoover. Cheerleaders are (lst row) Catherine Zimmerman, Margie Hoffman, Frances Gasparini (mas- cot) Georgia Florin and Elizabeth Glynn, and (standing) Margie Almond, Mary Ann Zonio, Patricia Gasparini, Cathy Wiekersham and Pat Gray. By Doris Revere Peters I Social Work is more than a Eto it ourselves we look pretty Dear Doris: [science -- more than a prates-[silly. I'm sure God isn't insulted I'm a senior in high school. I[sion. It is a calling One that[when we make the best of whet plan to go to college and up un-ldemands special talents of heartlHe gave us in order to be pleas- tEl now thought I might like" to[and mind. The social workerling to others. But He must be stndy law. But now I'm not surelmust be emotionally mature and[amused at times with the results and think I would like to do so-[patient, objective but sympathe-lwe come up with. So take it eial work. When I mentionedltic, analytical but not cold. Itleasy on the rinses. After all, 15 this at home my father had a fit. He says this is no job for a man. Jim Both professions are honor- able; both help their fellowman. Law is one of the oldest profes- sions; social work one of the youngest. Because it's relatively new and just coming into its own in prestige many don't recognize it for what it is. The following information may interest you-- and your father. PREPARATION FOR SOCIAL WORK demands four years of college with courses in sociol- ogy, economics, social anthro- pology and psychology, plus two graduate leading to a Masters De- gree. A heap of training? Yes. ~B u t scholar- ships at t h e graduate level are numerous. And 40 per cent of all those in Doris R. Petersg r a d u a~t e schools are men, Salaries compare favorahly with teachers and psychologists. The national average starting salary for graduates is $5,000. Because of the innumerable openings (12,000 per year)' ad- vancement can be rapid and salaries for supervisors and ex- ecutives range from $7,500 to $15,000 per year. THE JOBS ARE MANY, var- ied and interesting. You can choose to wor~ with the old or young; the disabled or the im- poverished; as a group worker or in research; as an executive or director. The field is almost limitless. And the exciting part is that its subject is the most in- teresting of all subjects--man. I ~ takes a real man to measure up. [is a little young for your friends If you feel you can do it, you tto start the routine of "Does She have St. Francis and St. Vincent or Doesn't She?" de Paul on your side. Both were social workers in their own way. Both were "man" enough to be- come saints. Dear Doris: Is it wrong to use a color rinse on your hair? My girl friend says that when you change your hair color you are insulting God because you are changing His natural beauty. But I have naturally blonde hair but I'm 15 and itis turning brown and I think it is okay to keep it light. A wonderer There's nothing wrong with using a rinse. The only danger is that after umpteen rinses you're generally tempted to use a dye. And: while there is noth- ing wrong with that either, it's Dear Doris: When picking a gift for friend is it polite to ask her what she wants or should it be a sur- prise? Should you buy a con- servative person something flashy or is this taking her ap- pearance into your own hands? Ann A gift is ~nore fun when it's a surprise. The thoughtful person goes to a great deal of troub!e to find the gift she hopes will be appreciated She spends time shopping for just the right color. She looks for something to please her friend -- not to make her over. A gift is your way of telling someone you like her --,as she is. The effect would be spoiled if it were given with the purpose really not necessary. !Jnless of changing her appearance or used properly with the prates-[personality. sional touch it can cheapen Doris Revere Peters answers your appearance. I letters through her column, not God has done a splendid job[ by mail. Please do not ask ]or a in us giving us all eyes, hair and[personal reply. Young readers complexions that go together, fare i,v~ted to write to her in Sometim.es when we take a handl care of THE OBSERVER, A SERVICE targ, i ii;ii iiii:il; : i#i#ii!!iiii@ iiiiiii :: Locetion. ~:?: i:: ::~ii i::iiii}:~::~ : : ::~: :. i i~ ~#:i ::~: :~ PerkinS Area :::~!~i:'~::!~i:~ *