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PAGE 8 THE OBSERVER ;:!!i';/: i,: iS :!i; i: i! ~;~ ; :,' =/ L ::ii:!ii + ii ;~ II!~ 'ii[1!~)I~!I] ~:~,~ i ;+ilji~! i~!IL i=~ii ;iiii; i:!+i ! ~!lill11~!,~iii~iili!i11'j:!'!ii[iiili!!i!J=i~l!!! Doris Revere Peters ing course of from two to six r havc difficulty facing my par . I months. This will include the ents. uear Doris: ,--.o . ~.:.k ~.~ : a +^!history, customs, language and j Dolly traditions of the country to[ You will feel much better ano very mLeres~eo m [ne trace . Cmpa-'-- juan;"-" a~,''rt"acu b"x c'~'^ eresi-,Iwmcn, you are asstgnea', ann ~ wnenent andY U xC nn el ' in your par- .^ = ~.: ,alAmerlcan government, history[ s e "p aln about the car d~llto lvl~ ldbllCl uillJ~ l wuuluj .~ ^.4, a to. ia ~ and traditions. [ rides. I am sure they wdi under- n~vu a ~=uu~;v ~uu~=a.u ,~ u u 'stand I is h you ~ell me somemmg about it~. ~ n~v~r~i~ w~.b ~r~i . ( t muc better that ]i-- [MADE on a two year basis and lthey hear this from you than " "' --Iv lunteers wiU be sent onlytfrom someone else ) Any Amerman c~t~zen over lgiwhere they are wanted and need- WHILE DRIVING AROUND in may apply as a vomnteer in me~ed. Although they will not re-in car might teach you a little[ Peace Corps. [ceive a salary they will receive!social "know how" it isn't the[ YOU DO NOT NEED a college Inn allowance to cover the cost'best nor the only way to learn[ education But of housing, food, clothing and to overcome shyness. ' I you would need incidental expenses, o LEARNING ~WHAT TO DO skill in a trade I You may apply by filling out and say and bein~, at least in dif or craft useful a Peace Corps questionnaire reran "~; .~ in one of the Write for this and additional in- ~ractice Bein, friendl- and ~ra projects, such as formation to The Peace Corps cious with school ma~s, teach- carpentry, basic desk, National Catholic Welfare ers and relatives is good prac- mechanics, agri- Conference, 1312 Mass. Ave rice for now. Be yourself- culture, teach- N.W Washington 5, D.C. friendly and natural. When the ing, etc. Other Dear Doris: time comes for you to broaden necessary quilt- My girl friend has asked me ,your soc~al contacts ~t will be fications a r e D"r:- to s.tay with her a couple o~ easy good h e a 1 t h', u ~ R. Peters . - " w nt -" times In the evening wee As for your second letter, don't for car rides My parents don't ask a boy for a date And be! approve of this and if they find careful about dropping hints out I don't know what will'hap- You don't want to get the repu- ability to express yourself Clear- ]y, knowledge of a foreign cul- ture, language or people and ex- perience in working with other people in leadership roles. VOLUNTEERS ARE SELECT- ED by written tests, physical ex- FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1961 ST. VINCENT'S JOTTIKGS FREEPORT -- Our childrenI The summer is not all play can look back on the month of [or our older girls and boys. June with a feeling of real saris-lEach has an extra job in addi- faction While many youngsters ition to the ordinary tasks they throughout the country are perform during the school year. being hurried off to camp, we The girls assist in the office, find ourselves in the enviahle~laundry, sewing room, kitchen position of having every facilityiand in taking care at the little right in our own back yard. Inlones in the Baby House. T h e addition to the swimming pool lboys help at the farm. assist and playground equipment, of'with the mowing and yard work which the boys and girls never and lend a hand to the work- seem to tire, Father has added a pony, a go-cart and a trampo- line for the enjoyment of all Under the watchful eye of Mr. Mike and Mr. Bob, the young- sters are kept happily busy al- most every moment of the day. We are especially grateful to Mr. Henry Bergonz of St. Flan- nen, Parish, Harmon, for mak- ing a very fine pony available to us during t h e summer months To vary our program a bit, the Sisters planned an all day picnic at the State p a r k in Lena, for the girls on Tuesday. The boys enjoyed a similar ex- perience in boating, fishing and hiking at Krape park on Thurs- day. Now we are looking for- ward to Sunday, July 9, when' the Illinois Central Service club will take us on a train ride for a picnic at Vilas park in Madi- son, Wis. The boys and girls in o u r Drum and Bugle corps h a v e been practicing daily- for ap- pearances at Galena, Kirkland, Hampshire, and Belvidere: In men about the buildings. Dur- ing the past 2 weeks their en- thusiasm was greater than us- ual as they helped the work- men trim trees and haul t h e branches off to the dump. appreciation of their diligent ef- forts, Sister Aquiline and Mr. Shoemaker h a v e arranged a 4th of July excursion with four )irides On Sunday, July 16, we will commemrate the Feast of St. Vincent DePaul with a Home- coming program for all former students. Invitations have been mailed to all whose addresses , 'we have. To the others we ex- tend a heartfelt welcome by means of this column Program, including g a m e s. swimming, alumni meeting will begin at l p.m. Buffet supper at 5 o'clock. Spanish Congress For Children Set MADRID --(NC)-- The Cath- olic Committee for Children is preparing for the first National Congress for the children of Spain, which will be held here in the spring of 1962. It will deal with the physical, educational and religious needs of children. pen. titian of being forward. Continue I will be 16 my next birthday, to practice patience. Everything I don't get out all week I am will come in good time. shy and think this will help o~er- Dear Doris: LEGION OF DECENCY LIST amination, interviews and obser- come it. Thi mmo~ ,u, h o ,~,~ but I a~ -,* ,= ration They will receive a train- This IS all done for fun . . Moral Clamhcahon Mowes ~41-~ ~-].~41-~ "~T~.-.~i- [ Iml~M~tl$11~ll~ BIIIllt .~ ' :', want to know if it would be all PAUL BUNYAN'S TOOTHBRUSH, MAYBE?---Two newly-capped and graduated University of yho 4~e~lle~w, nin is O moral eat mote of motionpictures showing WIMUUll|~ll~ ~lll~l i/ right to write to them or even go Detroit dental hygienists begin their professional carcer~ by explaining the use of the tooth- n t'h~'ockfo~dD pease prepared under the d rect on of the Notional [~[[IW~]l]ll~Bl~ ~[[1[I ~ ) to see them on visiting day.I brush to Mary LaLond of St. Claire, Mich. Judith Cohen (left) and Dianne ,?oldfarh built the Legion of Decency 453 Madison Ave New York 22, N.Y with T.dli Illlllll/llllNI i~, They are camp counselors and five-foot toothbrush and presented it to the school as their "graduation gift.' co-operation of the Motion Picture Deportment of the Internotionol lI~l~lllll~Uy~ Lq~llI t$ltl~Hl:~ i 'rqfflIIl~ ~l}~, .won ~ nave any time off duringI Federation of Catholic Alumnae. .- ,- '--""'"~ " ----' i lI[ltIli Jill, I:. ' ----- ~ ' [ ,the summer to c%m~ t itne clty'[T[ ---- ] l I " 2 -- [ ] [a drama of the conflict betweenI"The Parent Trap" and "Fran- A.1--MORAU.Y UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR GENERAL I If ~P H-~P-~ Imltll l$1 Illl I,ne g rls [Jbe~[[,o~[,2~l]J~Jr()v :~ J+~, r,h, r'h n mm,nlsm inlets of Assist " PATRONAGE u~- L~JL ~Z~JL ~,Imlllll[]/llli ,lt!*lflll~ lIP ~ I! I Have the boys suggested that c:~ s= j~,= ~ ~ c ~ u, ] - Not Die I ', * L, erman toga ~oth have oeen " Aosem M,naea rro,~r L,u, u'" ~ r ,~=, o m~l]', ++ you write or visit? If they have J ].~'t,r*m.lae ~I/~'i~ o ~ J . Y Y. . ~. [ And parents with more ma- Alamo Guns. of Navarone Seven, Wonders of the w~ru~t ul~-- ~l~u) --ore- llll~fllJM[ll]l]l:lli[l/~ IltilltL " ,~t-~ T ~h~ I~ ~, : L t . ~a,~,7 ~'~,~O Ickea oy me ~,egion o~ uecencYlture children " he stated "will All Hands on Deck Hana in Hana . Worm ~][[I : IIT'',v.o y ~* ~ ~,y .av~, ~, ~oc wzzcr.: ~, ~ .' Amaz ng Transparent I Was a t'arisn wriest Silent Call dents from six European and liPidE!El!, i'"*tlll] : :1 [ a letter and see what kind of an NEW YORK 'NC' TherelaS ~upermr matron pictures. Ifind worthwhile entertainment In Man, The Invasion Quartet .Snow White and the Three five Latin American countries ~:~ili:'""! .~l[l[ r' ~, answer you receive You can are a number of'"wholesome"[ Msgr. Little also recommend-i"Fanny,'* "The Naked Edge ~ee~erne of Lourdes ~ eD~w~n swS~ ~mny ~inson ~ll ~' * !l~,[='~ ~:: 'ud e from this if th ed the Guns "of Navarone " and The Bridge." Beyond the Time Barrier Left, Right ann career Sword and the urago t visited here with Pres,dent Ken-, ~!]tll~,'' ,i :.:. !I]i; ,11, I~1~ ~ J g . . . ey. ex.pectI family t3 pe movms being shownI . a Gamble. The t.!ttle Angel Sword o, Sherwo~ Fores II$ b.'1111~ ,I,l fill! ~you to visit Otherwise It might this summer an official of the ~ c,garon Lnttte Shepherd of King Tommy lell Me ~rue nedv as they vreDared to returnl [," . [ " ' " " [ I~11~111~ JJkJd~ r[nd*rf.lla dam Come " Teacher ana the Mira(;I - " ~* - - - I READING WINNER First[or emoarrassmg for all con-~ National Legion of Decency said/ k J ~[ mrVllll Ciner;.ma South Seas Ad- ~aster ~ the ,World Ten .Eommandm. ents name oiler a year In ~ne U.~ I "-- PPrn~,d if ~nnthov ~rca~ ~f ~b-l~[ ~, [ B!P~t ~"~ w ~ venture V~ighty Lrusaoers Ten wno vireo place on the fourth g r a d e 7-- ~'-~" ": ?:"~ ,ere. / David and Goliath ~isty . The Snake Woman The h~gh school students met Ihad the same idea about wsitlngl ~ ,~ "vh,~,~ ~' T.itfl~ ~ I I[ J Days of Thr s and ~odern T0mes . There Was,a CrooKe~ M a" Juith fh~ Prpqid~nt after ~ cn,~ I I~vel of th~ r)incesan Reading n~ / ~ ' "='l It~ I Laughter Nikki Wild Dog or me Three worlas at ~.u.ivvr ~- 1~,~:. ecutive secretary of the Legion,! * Desert Attack North Tomboy, and thee Champ cial private tour o the Whitel program during the p a st IDear Doris: J [The Nat,onalB Itl McNEIL ELECTRIC I oon, I I ~ /salct [nat among mere are zvns-t III I Fabulous World of Ju~es one Hunare