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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1961 THE OBSERVER PAGE 9 i ST. EDWARD :: ELGIN -- Walter Kent and Kim !Gannon's adaptation of Booth Tarldngton's "Seventeen" was ~resented at St. Edward Novem- :her 18 and 19. The musical, which :dealt with the intricacies of teen- :age romance, was a warmhearted :and delightful rendition of the :Novel. Members Of Cast The cast, certainly the shining !reason for the play's success, in- ~cluded: Jim Jaskula as Willy :Baxter, Kathy Zeller as Lola ,Pratt Mike Pflcher as Joe Bullitt, :Kathy Sebesto as Jane Baxter, John Crosby as Mr. Baxter, Stan Soucie as Genesis, Mary Droz as Baxter, Jerry Davia as John- Watson, Bob Simon]n] as Bert Lanny Alinson as May Parcher, Paul Mitchel as Mr. Parcher Mary Jane Guptail as Mrs. Parcher, Jim Green as George (Mike Plesa, Prop.) Complete Line of Package Goods 317 East Lincoln 'Highway DEKALB BEER--WINES--LIQUEURS JACK HITCHCOX'S 0rk 'n Bottle THE HOUSE OF GOOD SPIRITS Complete Line of Package Goods Free Parking Lot 323 E. LOCUST DEKALB Cooper, Richard Slinko as Char-[and fl'om biology, Michael Pil- l]e, A1 Hodak as Dave, Bill Feda[cher. as tester, Dany Niel as Darrell, The pUrpose of these seminars John Stenson as Don, Kay Mr-Its to help foster a keener inter- Keown as Peggy, Sue Much as]est in science and to give the Jenny, Elizabeth McNabb as Ida, lbigh school student first,hand Irene Peirich as Madge, and[knowledge concerning science Karen Leick as Sue. studies at the university level. Also assisting with the produc- NEWMAN ~on were the members of the St. JIM JOYCE Edward chorus and dancers.STERLING--The Catholic Stu- Science Seminar dents Misson Crusade at Newman The members of DePaul univer- sity science faculties have pre- pared special lectures designed to advance the scientific understand- ing of talented high school stu- dents. St. Edward is happy to re- port that there were five-of our students attending the seminar. Representing us from the chemis- try department were Bruce Zim- merman and Patricia Green from the physics department, John Lindt and Mary MeKiel; Central Catholic high school will present the annual talent show Wednesday, Nov. 22, at a school assembly. Students will have an opportunity to display their talent in various areas. The entrees will be previewed by the CSMC moderator and a committee. The proceeds will be sent to the di- ocesan mission office. The offi- cers of the CSMC are Bill Joyner, Mary Fritts, Nancy Grennan, and Dan Ryan. College Night Twenty-one colle}es and uni- versities from Ilhnois,-Indiana Wisconsin, Missouri, and Iowa anne Cregan and Carolee Cramer. The first semester magazine will be sponsored by the senior class. On Wednesday, November 15, the chemistry class presented a show in honor Of the feast of St. Albert the Great, Dominican saint and scientist. Scientific Program The program was intended to remind the students of his contri- bution to knowledge and to pro- vide entertainment. The show con- sisted of a talk on St. Albert by Mary Culver; a chemical trick in magic sign-making by Kathy Schmelzle, a talk on the project MOHO by Richard Meinert, a sul- furic acid demonstration by James De Tellem, and a lecture on a dinosaur by John Fox. A short play on the chemical prop- erties of water was given by Rob- ert Naber and Thomas Gulovich, and finally a demonstration of a small Atom bomb cloud was sire- ulated by Sherry Baker. Sue Seck- er and Joyce Richter prepared Chemical "refreshments". Patti- to act as co-chairman of the[T. J. Keifer D. C. O'Meara and| Honor Roll CategoriesMuldoon library will hold an open]from all over the nation as one event. The theme Bali Hat, waslJ. P. Strobel. In all thirty-seven per cent of house to acquaint the studentlof the magazine s four guest edi- chosen by the class. Dancing will[ The present freshmen and soph- the students enrolled in the day body with the new facilities. Dur-Itors One of these will be grand take place in the school cafeteria omores will have an opporfunily]schoot won places in one of the from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Musiclto take the tests in March of 1962[three categories that make uo the lng this ![me the ~brary will belprize winner and will receive a will be presented by the Vesteens, [on the same day the juniors take lhonor rollU - open mr taculty-student inspection l~uu scholarship an au expense ann au are cormauy lnvatea m : a group from Algonquin the National Meritscholarshin! . ' i pam trip to tmmago a tanmous ~. . ,- une nunurea ann seven caae~s "come in and browse" througn w " " " - " ~areer ray /tests. were listed as proficient which -,I ne warurone ann lntervmws the new assortment o] novels, l with.famous ceiebrities Thirty careers were the center[ 186 Honored means that these boys maintained magazines and pamphlets. The " of student interests at Marian At a scholastic convocationa v r aU v r % [ . . . n o e - a e age o~ petter man librarians, under the direction of[ MADONNA t;areer ray l~ovemoer 16. Inv]ta-Iheld m the gymnasium of Mar- 80 per cent in all classes. Fifty- Sister M. Ignatia, O.P will be MARCI SMITH eight cadets were rated as Honor on hand to answer questions and AURORA What's cookin~ students with a better than 85 per cent in each class. In the highest rating, that of distinguished cadet, twenty-one cadets had a better than 90 per cent in each class. Highest Average A junior, John Guzauskas, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Guzauskas, Pancakes. The third annual pan- cake breakfast, sponsored by the Madonna Men's club, will take place Saturday, November 16. The men will be serving in the Madonna high school cafeteria from 6:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. The Rev. Joseph Highland, show the new draperies, new formica table tops, and a com- plete arrangement of literature. On Teen Board Members of the yearbook staff, the FLAME, have selected Mary Larson to represent Muldoon on the "Extension" Teen board. Mary will compete with students attained the highest average in the school with an even 97 per cent. Close on his heels was an- other junior, Dean DeBruyne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip DeBruyne, St. Charles, with a 96.8 percent. Two sophomores were next (Continued on Page 10) Classified dvertising PIANOS AND ORGANS among, the highest in the school:, Mark Coyle, son of Mr. and Mrs. i book. ~boOi~nb~ torial staff are: John Casciana, Sophomore Dance AURORA -- Forty-three day and fifty-eight freshmen alsoI New Library Facilities """W'~ Richard Lamm, Joan MullarkyAn important day in the school a e at Marmion m]litar acad ,c d ts y - gained coveted places on the list.' During National Book Week ' Har ld Parks and MarY Weimer" life f a s ph m re will s n be em" here recentl" received certif- ---~-'-~~ ~ i ~i ~ On the art staff are Gregory here. On November 2~.nd, the. J J I = I . [cares of achievement for their I J. I II. I~AIII~R~I[~IM cn iluares, Marguerite Cardinal John Sophomores will present their scores "n e " i ] th Nahonal Educat on- Dowhng and Wllham Klein The class dance Mary Pat Ciske and a D " " I . - -- - I[ " 1 Develo ment tests admires- ~Whenbabyfretsbeeauseof| ] Established 18B6 Telephone.ADams 2-7132 IIbusiness staff members are Di~ Kathy Kvidera have been elected tared last l~Iarch to freshmen and ]$~gum irritations, use cool5] (Da.~v~') balm to give almost instant I Lumber and Building Material 324 East Stephenson Street I~ ~lsophomore cadets, according to [/O:~'-~,~'~soothing DeWitts liquid relief. ,Fuel~ara FREEPORT, ILLINOIS II IDL. k IUll/,I, PII.AEL, IW, Ldl ] Father Aleuin director of Guid- ~jI~r[~:tt,~SORE GUM II J~/PI~]P VV lJ~lljJ1~Jl W ~ i I~1 ll ance at the Lake Street campus of ~ U~nll.t~ LOTION [ SUPER KEMTONE RUB ] FORD SALES I thIna:ra::my" attain this achieve- THE Rexal[ STORE ~[~ and iiI ~ ~-- --r~i=.-- llment, the cadets had to score in KEM GLO ENAMEL lil *saveup to $500on Jlthe upper quarter of those stu- RACHIELLES >HI . "1 ,HOUSA.OS o, COLORS Ill o New or Used Car. Ildents taking the tests throughout .o ,the state I N E W B E R R Y II "Where Carsare Soldata Savings [ 12 East Wilson Street tav,a "~l~4r ~ WALLPAPER AND PAINT CO. III to Satisfaction.'"" " " " |'/ Freshmen Honored Phone TR 9-1400 / Ill |1 The 29 freshmen honored for ~-- FORD FORD TRUCKS FALCON I " i iI ' - - " -! F VND RgCR D FALCO I scoring n the 92 percent e were: I H ' II AbhalterDA Adams K Visit Us LE0'S 237 Throop St.- " FE 8-2440 LEO S 237 Throop St -' FE 8-2440 R. Anderson, T. J. Arter, W. J. I At Our I/I lit ' " /Bentley, R. M. Cilbulskis, M. A. Coyle, A. P. DePauw, P. 3. Eiter '--New & Used ianos 0rg ns- CONN--3 locations. Woodstock FED. S-1574, McHenry EV. 5-2251. North- towne, Rockford, TR. S-1905. [~. ;m sent representatives to interview cia Luecke was the chairman. The J.J. Coyle, recorded an average OVER 100 New and Used ulvment the parents and students of New- class is made up of twenty-five of 967 and Arth,r DoP I Pianos and Organs to Choose From '=q man on Thursday evening, Nov. juniors ~nd seniors 1330 N. Main St. Rockford we. 3-8234 Of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur DePauw, [ JACKSON PIANO STORE 16. First, the entire group as- MARIAN i St. Charles, posted a 94.8. McCulloch Chain Saws sembled in the auditorium and WOODSTOCK -- Chris Heidtke Sister Mary Jacqueline S.L vice ! Senior Leader ~MAR~-~-MONU~TS-- Knipco Space Heaters president of Webster College, a and Jim Kendrigan, co-editors of : John German, with an average] RO~ERZ TRIGG SON 0 114 S First St we 4-2741 former graduate of Newman, and the 1962 yearbook, have received f 93.8, led the semor class. He isI the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund l CATHOLIC SALVAGE 802 S. Fourth St. DeKalb the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- notice that the 1961 Memorare Used Clothing Furniture Dishes, Phone 6-5722 ward Grennan of Rock Falls, won the rating "excellent" from MARIAN YEARBOOK EXCELLENT --Rlta Smtth, layout staff J. Gorman, James Gleason, son of[Lamps and all household articles member; Jim Kendrigan and Chris Heidtke, co-editors; and Cam Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Gleason, was tin the. Rockford store, we tiara a, gave a short speech. Following two national yearbook associa- . . ~new oepartment dee]rated to l