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PAGE 12 21 Bo'ylan Students Win Latin Honors In a recent nationwide Latin contest conducted under t h e attspices of the A s s o c i a- t i o n for the Promotion of the Study of Latin, 21 freshmen h'om Boylan Central- Catholic high school placed inthe hon- ors group and thereby won cer- tificates for outstanding per- formance in their work. These students are under the direc- tion of Sister Mary Lois, O.S.F Sister Mary Patricius, O.S.F and Sister Mary Sara- Phin, O.S.F. Ranking highest was Mary Jane Logli with a score of 115 out of a possible 120 points, to merit a gold medal for' her ex- cellent standing, Others who received certifi- cates were Heidi Baisch, Den- his Ferraro, James Bellandi, Suzanne N i c h o 1 a s, Richard Hammed. Vicki D a y, Donna Hogan, Patricia D o 1 a n. Pa- t r i c i a Haverstuhl, Stephen Weeg, Dianne Moore, R o s e- mary Bovio, Charles Powder, Austin DesLauriers, S h e i i a ( :: :,: ::.:+:.~:>z > Dahm. Victoria Krein, Sandra Slade: Frances Minihan, Kath- leon Cznosnek, and Bernadette Cook. The median of scores for the[ Boylan freshman was a score of 65, which was twenty pointsI ~lg above the national median oft.t~L l 45.1---- ~ -I I ELGIN- Baccalaureate serv- I(JA Io VlSlt [ice for the 1961 senior class of, St. Edward Central Catholic "~--'l:hiea~o Museum high school, opened with a High Mass at 6 p.m. May 25th at St. ROCKFORD -- Young Cath- Thomas More church, celebrated olic Adults will visit the Mu-i by the Rev. Robert E. Schneider, scum of Science and Industry superintendent of St. Edward. in Chicago Sunday, June 4 A The altars of the church were enhanced with a brilliant red and white floral setting, colors of the PentecostaI season. The pastors of the various par- THE OBSERVER KNIGHTS OF THE ALTAR--Medals for the various grades in the Knights of the Altar, were blessed and presented to the servers of St. Stanislaus Kostka parish recently at special services, the Rev. Roman Malkowski, O.F.M Conv pastor, officiating. The A Capella choir of the Junior Sodality, under the direction of Sister M. Annette, principal, rendered motets for bene- diction. Receiving medals were: (front row, 1. to r.) Thomas Antezak, Lawrence Pozzi, David Bushaw, Gordon Sularz, M[arvin Davis, Steven Koteski, Thomas Koteski, Steven Nelson, Don- ald Nelson, and Dale Scritchfield; (second row) John Dmochowski, Jr William Kuss, Ken- neth Moscinski, James Hudzinski, Steven Ford, Thaddeus Beck and John Ferris; (third row) Michael Zdeb, David Ciembronowicz and Michael Abate; (fourth row) Thomas McDonnell, Michael Harezlak, Arthur Corirossi, Jr John Mahorski, Jr Richard Janezak, Richard Des- chepper, Steven Smith, Steven Maurici, Eugene Zych, Michael Cieslak, John Morz and Robert Slafkosky; and (back rovO John Gozdzialski, Jr Robert Morvice, Edward Suchowski, Thomas Luchetti, John Rigeman, Michael Michalik and John Machnik. Also receiving a medal but not in the photo was Charles Jefko. (Van Dyke Studio photo) ishes were in the sanctuary. The Rev. Walter Roberts gave the 'homily for the class of 95 graduates, members of the fac- ulty and parents. The Mass was sung by the The Monsignor Cooley Athletic award was merited by Richard Rachner. Commencement for 95 Commencement exercises for the 95 Seniors was held Thurs- day, June 1 at 8 p.m. in St. Edward auditorium. The Most Rev. Lotus T. Lane conferred the diplomas upon t he grad- uates. Guest speaker was the Reverend Henry Hohman O. P. from St. Pins church. Chicago. l SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS --[ A National Merit Sdholarship to1 Notre Dame . university was i awarded to John Rowe; Honor-] ary National Merit schoIarshipI finalist was awarded to Robert! chartered bus will leave from St. Patrick church at 10 a.m. Members may b r i n g their lunch or eat at the museum. On the return trip the group will stop at the Des Plaines oasis. Reservations must be made for the trip at a Cost of 83.50 per person. H junior class members of St. Ed- ward senior choral group under the direction of Sister Marie Bar- bara, and Thomas Oman, also a junior class student, was the or- ganist. In addition to the music N for the Mass, the choral group sang "We Come with Voices Swelling" as a processional, "Panis Angelicus," "O Sacrum Convivium" and the "Eucharis- tic King." Dinner and Reception Following the church services, a buffet dinner was served at the high school for the graduating students, honored members of the clergy, and members of the faculty. The dining room was' decorated with the green and gold colors of St. Edward. A gift from the Mothers' club was found at each graduate's place Coffee and cakes were served in a reception area for the parents. Mrs. George Gup- tail. vice president of the Moth- era' club, was in charge of the dinner arrangements and she was assisted by the mothers of the junior class. Mount Clare College Clinton, Iowa CATHOLIC COLLEGE FOR WOMEN Progressive new concepts in two-year college planning Highly geared foundation program for the degree seeker Well-rounded program tar the two-year student Liberal Arts Home and Family Business Secretarial Teacher Preparation Medical Secretarial Health Services Cynthis Soucie. A National Merit certificate of commendation was awarded to Catherine Kribs. Garb of Nuns Should Be Modernized ST. LOUIS -- (NC) -- Nuns should modernize their garb so that they will be a part of the 20th - century environment in which they live, according to an editorial in the St. Louis Re- view. "While some Religious pro- i fads antipathy to any kind of a !habit which would look like that of an airline stewardess or~ a WAC, it must be noted that the dress of these organizations is part and parcel of contem- porary society," said the news- paper which is the official pub- lication of the St. Louis arch- diocese and the D i o c e s e of Springfield--Cape Girardeau. The Review scored attempts to modify the garb of another era in history to fit the 20th century. "It can legitimately be asked if the modified garb of another era can speak effectively to our times," the editorial slat- ed. "Except for cloistered com- munities, the modern Religious should be very much a part of our environment. T h e habit An Illinois state scholarship to could, in its appearance, tell us Loyola university was awarded that the vocation of a Sister is to'Donald Wehrie. Honorary II-ljust as much and more of a linois state scholarships were lvital modern career as is being awarded to Helen Danner, John an airline stewardess. Rowe and Robert McKiel. An I1-I "Pope Pins XII often stated linois state scholarship was mar-]that he loved the age in which ited by ,lay DeFranco. Semifin- he lived. It would be welI if the alists sta'~cs Scholarsifips were dress of Religious made it evi- dent that they. too. loved the a~e in which God has placed them." The National Catholic TheatreI conference scholarship was' Helen Danner, medal for lan- awarded to Mary Schmitz, the guav;e awarded to Sally Stage. American Legion Citizenship Medals for perfect attendance-- award was awarded to David Fitchie. The Daughters of the Ameri- can Revolution medal for excel- lence in history was awarded to Janet Kollwelter; medal for reli- gion awarded to Sharon Conway, four years--were awarded to Dennis Bond, John Burgess, Da- FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1961 NEW NEWMAN CLUB OFFICERS--The Newman club at Northern Illinois university, DeKalb, recently elected the following officers for the 1961-62 school year: (1 to r.) Ann Gianis, junior, Chicago, social chairman; John Flader, sophomore, Evanston, parliamentarian-historian; Barbara O'Neil, freshman, Winnetka, recording secretary; Richard Griffin, Bellwood, fresh- man, third viee-preisdent; Mary Consorti, sophomore, Chicago Heights, second vice-president; Ted Holm, junior, Waueonda, president; John Platt, junior, Peru, first vice,president; Rich- ard Paternal, sophomore, Oak Lawn, treasurer; Elaine Knubbe, freshman, Loekport, corres- ponding secretary; and Tom Stark, freshman, Palatine, social chairma n~ Newman Club at University [Graduate June 2 utstandln M ,~ SINSINAWA, Wis.-- Mary Fetes O g embe,~ Jocelyn Humpal, Loves Park, DE KALB--The Newman Club iO'Neil, recording secretary. Karen Lynch of Geneva and of Northern Illinois l niversity Also inst " : : I " alled were.Elaine Jane Broke and Rose Tranel of paid homage recenny to its out- Knubbe corresnondin~~ocr,-'- -,- -. . ~ ' " ~" ~ " ~ast Duouque are among me a~ standing members at a reco~,nl-ltary. John Flader narliamen-I tion breakfast held in the Cath-ltarian historian, and ,~nn Gianis[members of the senior class who olic Student center. The break-land Tom Stark,socialchair-lwill be graduated Sunday from fast is an annual event where[men ISt Clara academy recognition is given to the stu-Ii ' " - " " - dents and university faculty members who donated an out- standing amount of time and na Carlin. Thomas Gumble and effort to the club Thomas Zimmerman. ] The meeting also marked the An outstanding award at the installation of newly elected offi- State Science fair was awarded cars for the coming year. to Robert Gussman; Northern I1- Awards Presented McKiel: scholarship to Notre'medal for science awarded to linois Catholic Drama festival Bill Miller, Fox River Grove, Dame university was awarded l John Rowe, medal for mathema- !medals were awarded to Dianne outgoing president, was award- to Robert McKie!: scholarship to'tics awarded to Robert McKiel,'Carlson, Mary Schmitz and ~qd the John Henry Cardinal Rosary college was awarded to imedal Ior English awarded to Ruthann Tofanelli. ! e w m a n Honorary Society PRAY FOR VOCATIONS--Women of the Altar and Rosary society of St. Peter and Paul church of Rockford have been praying for vocatiens by spending one hour before the Blessed Sacra- ment every Saturday since December. 1960. At the time this picture was taken, the Sisters and men of the parish and the altar boys were also spending one hour with Our Lord. President of the society is-Mrs. Marion Sable. Home and School BATAVIA BATAVIA SHEET METAL SHOP Gas Heat by Republic E. Wilson St. BATAVIA TR 9-5742 Johnson Funeral Service 9 SO. BATAVIA AVE. Crane Funeral Home 222 E. WILSON ST. NORMAN E. JOHNSON, Owner- O]]ice 9 So. Batavia Ave. TR 9-1491 TR 9.1487 BATAVIA "The Cortter Bank With the Clock" THE HARVARD STATE BANK 3% Interest Paid On Savings Accounts Member of F.D.I.C. SUNDAY ,6:30 P.M, il II MAVERICK ~" JAMES GARNER ,JACK KELLY- 11 WREX-TV ;ACRED HEART PAUL CARLSON AGtNCV INSURANCE -- REALTY @ M:lttary Academy Ph. 105 Erie BOys, rades 5-S. Conducted~ *------- *~'**'~~I~IMI by the Brothers of BoIy Cross. Trains boys to beL~/lle t r u eChristiangentlemen:~:. Well balanced program :~:: Solid foundation tn the fun-~l~ danlental skills. Individual l~L~ ~*'~m~t~lmv'=a altm~tion small 1 a s s e s / guidam:e, creative chilis eo 1 (:ouraged. Sports,football, basketball, bateball, hiking, tnbog aning. Dormitories. 40 miles from Milwa.kee, Writel for iIhl~trated folder Brother Dominic tlder~ / C.S.C. Headmasters ox,o,s Is 743 W. Main St. ~ t~ ~y~;t;~zt;~tt~:c~r~;; Watertown, Wisconsin l '" ' Officers Elected award. He is only the third per- !son in the Rockford diocese to receive this award. Miss Patricia Reimisch, Park Ridge, received the Newman Club award key given annually ROCKFORD -- St. Peter and Paul Home and SChool associa- tion elected officers for the com- ing year at its last monthly meeting for the season recently. Immediately after the meeting the new officers were installed by the outgoing president. Mrs. Michael Serola. Pastor of the church is the Rev. Joseph J. Rei- has. 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Other officers in- ~ ~ I~ I~ ~ ~ P,h T,~J stalled were John Platt, 1st vice"svt v a~ ~ e,~,n m, ~ a a ~,~ president; Mary Consorti, 2nd ice president; Richard Griffin, 3rd vice president; Richard Pe- ternel," treasurer, and Barbara Ages 10 17 Class Starts June 12-19 Typing is fun! Spend a few weeks in learning a skill that will make your homework more enjoyable and fi'nitful. Typing skill, as taught at the Rockford School of Busi- ness, will help you In these ways: I. Improve grades In spelling and English. 2. Increase powers Of Concentration and self-expression. ~. Develop self-reliance and initia- tive. 4. Think faster and clearer, and im- prove study habits. S. Show you h~w to compose essays, talks, outlines, letters. ~ hoM rs- ports and other papers on the typewriter. Half Day Classes (Either morning or afternoon) You will enjoy your work in o u r AIR - CONDITIONED CLASSROOMS, working with modern equipment, i1 n d e r the supervision of friendly and understanding instruc- tors. 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