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•ft CHELMNO prick and is- Justly considered Sacred Heart Students View Unusual Carvings Sacred Heart grade s i stu dents in New Philadelp!- aw an Unusual treat recently when they visited the Warther Exhibit in Dover, a collection of life like carv ings. The exhibit, helu by the Dover Chamber of Commerce in honor of Mooney Warther’s 50th anniver sary as a carver, included carvings of steam engines, knives, arrow head displays, and a complete steel mill ing with all the workings, includ employees. was the first time in 50 years Warther had all his carvings It that exhibited under one roof He was formerly employed by the Amer ican Sheet and Tin Plate Helen Baxter, correspondent) o—--------------- As the mind expat.H with knowledge, the heart develops with it and extends its capacity for enjoyment. For High Clast Baked Goods Call Clark's Bakery Inc WA. 111? OR JUS 1450 N. HIGH ST. Courteous Service ADams 5747 HARRIS OPTICIANS 106 East Broad St. COLUMBUS, OHIO NIKLAS BROS. FLOORS Laying Refinishing Hardwood Asphalt Tile Linoleum Residential and. Commercial Service LA. 0321 GA. 6600 HOT FUME SUNDAE Isoly's BUT A N E BUT TRU Aw Little-Known Facts for Catholics Lp-' Lining CspyngM. 1*61, C.W.C. News ServM*. Certain life size effigies the walls of her votwe I CHURCH, MANTUA, ITALY, WERE DISCOVER in 1938 TO DE WEARING RARE IS™ CENTURY ARMOURl .13 (Poland) Dominican church is bnj(t a impressive results obtiuned in tfds medium. or Supreme example oF~ tke n__ l[ College Press Unit Sponsors Tea And Open House Oct. 21 The Press Board of the College of St. Mary of the Springs will entertain the junior and senior high school girls from schools throughout Ohio and neighboring states at a tea and open house, Sunday afternoon. October 21, from 2:15 to 5 p. m. The Merry Masquers will open the day’s program with their pre sentation of a one act play entitled “The Bond Between.” “Career in terests”—a series of short talks by faculty members, and a tour of the campus will follow. All will assem ble again at 4 o’clock for tea and conversation in the Colonial Room of Sansbury Hall. Entertainment will be provided by the college Glee Club. Miss Mary Virginia Botkin of Co lumbus, the president of the Press Board, is in charge of arrange ments. Miss Lorraine Hartle of Pittsburgh and Miss Rose Caserta of Piqua are planning the refresh ments Miss Mary Gene Gallegher of Chicago has charge of registra tion and Miss Mary Baer of New Y'ork will manage the campus tour. He that stoppeth his ear against the cry of the poor, shall also cry himself and shall not be heard. (Proverbs XXL 13) PARTS & SERVICE Open 7 a.m. "til 12 midnight Monday through Saturday I4-HOUR WRECKING SER VICK J. W. WATSON CO. 1288 North High St. UN 2118 WA 6010 The Hammond Organ Prodae** orran muste nt eathadral quality in churches of any si**. Over 18.00U church*, now __ e n i o y th* u tt u I mask nt th. Hammond Organ. Writ* or Call Demonstration 114 BROAD ST. MA. 141 Maa* & Dcagan Chlaaaa TWO DISTINCTIVE BEERS XX PALE & NOCH EINS Washington Brewery UN. 1161 I Circleville ^e Kochheiser Hardware end housewarea for the home and farm. 113 W. Main St. Ph®”* l»fl CIRCLEVILLE defenbaugh FUNERAL HOME Circleville 411 151 E. Mein St. Phone Circleville Fast Freeze Food Locker P. J. GRIFFIN Owner and Operetcr HI Edison Ave., Cirdevllle, O. Buyers' Guide THE THIRD NATIONAL BANK ’’Where Service Predominate*’’ 107 W. Main St. Phone 62 Circleville ISALY'S Circleville, Ohio GOELLER'S PAINT STORE 219 E. Main Circleville For Young Adults THE ADVENTURES OF WU HAN OF KOREA., by Albert Nev ins. New York, Dodd, Mead and Company. Cruel “One Eye” adoptee' Wu Han, a Korean orphan, and made him sell chestnuts in the city of Pyongyang as a means for his fam ily’s support. One day while Wu Han was selling his product, mis chievous boys stole entire stand. The terrified young boy, knowing the treatment that he would receive, dared not return home. Through this misfortune, good luck came to Wu Han. He fell into the hands of a good Christian farming family. Mr. Kim, the fa ther .taught Wu Han the beauty of God and gave the small boy a secure future to look forward to. But the lad had not seen or heard the last of “One Eye” who was the cause of many adventures. The author is a Maryknoll Mis sionary and his story is authentic in every detail. The illustrations by Kurt Wiese clarify the text. The book will give all young people a better understanding of the cus toms. styles, climate, language and family relations of the Korean peo ple. Very timely.—K.A. Things To Worry About It seems that more people are concerned more about conversion to color TV than they are about conversion to eternal spirits. Th* Harvest Along about harvest-time the Church thinks about the real har vest where the laborers are few. Sunday is Mission Sunday, and you know what that means. The Propa gation of the Faith wants you to stand up and be counted as a con tributing member. If you are too weak to get on your feet, dip a dollar bill in starch to give it some standing quality and let it be count ed for you. The time may come when the Church will ask for you instead of your contribution in money, for America will have to become the greatest missionary country on earth. Be a member of the Propagation of the Faith and look into the case of missionary vocations. Flying Corks From the Pop House “The only time he doesn't pass the buck is when he is asked to contribute.” Lost and Found “St. Anthony scores again.” That is still the cry of the moment, and it has nothing to do with football. Time and again we hear of the “private-eye” work of the great Finder. Saint. It does seem strange that we do not think of him until we have lost something, but just the same he seems to be pleased that we ask him to track down our portable goods. It is still high fash ion to pray to him. kullRH There's a Dlfferenee aw. Beth DtomonS. -MH. Si»r Bet Helf the Fries 8m tor iourMlf IB Dl*mond»cop* Rs*. ky BUEV BHODES =142 MAIN ST.^ESINCt 1911= 7 OUR CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE Planned Security There is no guesswork in the security offered your sav ings with us—Competent management plus insured i Savings up to $10,000 on each account is your assurance of Safety This extra protection costs you nothing. DOLLAR FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. 51 E. GAY ST.— AD. 3148 Library Notes------- Missionary Writes Timely Story of People In Korea From th* Department of Library Science College of St. Mary of the Springs ..... 1 NO PATTERN FOR LOVE, by Beryl Williams. New York, Julian Messner, Inc. Tracey Charles, a young student designer, has high hope that her business partnership will merge in to a lifetime partnership. However we do not plan falling in love as well as we design a suit or a dress. “No Pattern for Love” presents the attractive duo of “career and love”, a combination which every young adult finds intriguing.—B.A.M. For the Children McWHINNEY’S JAUNT, by Rob ert Lawson. Boston. Little Brown and Company. This “daffily different” saga of a man and his wanderings will tickle the funny bones of even the most serious reader. Professor Am brose Augustus McWhinney in flates his bicycle tires with his own invention. Z-Gas, and is pro Belled into the most hilarious se ries of events ever to befall a hu man being. Anything can happen, and it always does, as McWhinney encounters race, oil well, and countless other “jaunts” too pre cious to give away. Each and every person, who is searching for an hour’s entertainment, will be re- The Time of Your Life By Father Hafford, The Saint of the Week Friday. Oct. 19th, is the feast of St. Peter of Alcantara. His par ents were not only noble but they were of the nobility. That meant that Peter had himself quite an allowance, but he gave all of his possessions to the poor and entered the novitiate of the Franciscans when he was sixteen. He spent his life meditating on the Passion of Christ and putting into practice the most trying penances. It didn’t seem to slow him up, though, for he lived to be sixty-three, which was nice going without vitamins. He was a friend of St. Teresa of Spain. Friends really do influence one. Safety Tip At a dangerous intersection you always have an alternative: to stop for a moment or for keens. Talk Talk Talk If there is an over production of anything these days it is conversa tion. As long as you are produc ing so much of the stuff, it is a good plan to take time out to check it once in a while. Above all, check your pct expressions. Those are the things you repeat over and over, and at the time, you are not the least bit conscious you are using the words. Some of them could be a bit on the evil side, and your best friend wouldn’t tell you. Conversation should al ways leave a good impression, but does it? Purely a Monetary Thought Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we were supported by a competent cast? Just You There comes a time in every per son’s life when he becomes suffi ciently mature to make up his own mind about things. To some this comes too late in life, so sit back a bit and think it over. You are an individual, and should crave to begin acting as one. What the gang thinks isn’t half as important as what you think about this or that project. Your future is your own future, and God wants you to do His will and not anything like the collective will of a whole gang of advisors. Don’t let anyone crowd you, stand on your own decision, ask God’s help, and you are on the way to maturity. Decent Disks end Suitable Songs Previously cleared, and repeated for your guidance: COLD, COLD HEART on Colum bia, Mercury, Decca and Victor LOVELIEST NIGHT OF THE YEAR on Columbia, and MGM DOWN YONDER on Capitol, Mercury and Victor THE WORLD IS WAITING FOR THE SUNRISE on Capitol AND SO TO SLEEP AGAIN on Mercury. These are new and good: I LOVE YOU TRULY (Columbia) Jo Stafford and Nelson Eddy. A E N DRAI (Capitol) Gisele Mac Kenzie BLUE VELVET (Columbia) Tony Bennett ..■ gocirrt I ALBUQUERQUE POLKA (Mer cury) Rex Allen THERE SHE GOES (Columbia) Per cy Faith (MGM) Robert Q. Lew is OH HOW I LOVE YOU (Victor) Buddy Morrow PAVANNE (Mercury) Emil De Wan Quintones LOVELINESS OF EVENING (Co lumbia) Mary Martin WHILE YOU DANCED, DANCED, DANCED (Mer) G. Gibbs (Vic) R. Flanagan A prediction: THERE SHE GOES will be on the Parade in a few weeks. For future interest: Watch Gisele Mac Kenzie hit the big time soon. This Capitol artist deserves two ears anytime. I like her Jolie Jacqueline very much. Have you heard it? Extra Special I haven’t time to dip into “long hair” but I just heard Sacred Mu sic of the Renaissance by the Vat ican Choir and I think it deserves a place in every Catholic home. Mercury has it on a long play and the number is MG10063. Sweetest music this side of Rome or in it. --------------------o------------------- CYO Unit Sponsors Party The Holy Family parish CYO unit, Columbus, will sponsor a mas querade social party in the school auditorium Saturday, Oct. 27, from 8 p. m. to midnight. "Put Your Duds in Our Suds" Liles Laundry 1011 W«*t Rich St AD. 1466 ‘~*’sTsTi's:eT*TsT*’ST*’s' F.F.GRAVES. FENCES 2 mo THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1951 m. rvunfi A D. 7V6** warded ax hr laughs hi* way through this unforgettable com edy with pictures by the author. (If your aides ache from laughing, don’t say I didn’t warn you!)— MBS. THIS IS AN ORCHESTRA, by Elsa Z. Poaell. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin Company. The boy or girl who can identify the instruments and tell something of their history will enjoy going to concerts, listening to r-cordx and radio programs. “This Is an Orches tra” is a clear, informative, com prehensive book, illustrated with handsome photographs of each in strument. It should be in every home and school where children are learning to know and like mu sic It makes listening fun!—A.R.L. Some Free Materials Scott, Foresman and Company will send you an attractive and informative map entitled Amer ican Folklore and legends by John Dukes McKee. This is accom panied by a pamphlci "Making His tory 'Como Alive' with the Ameri cen Folklore end Legends map." In thp pamphlet you will find: Thumb nail sketches identifying each char acter on the map by historical peri od Suggestions for individual as signments Suggestions for Com mittee work: Suggestions for games Bibliography of reading materials Lists of visual and aud itory aids. You can learn a great deal with these two guides. MO VIES A 1—Morally A lie* in Wonderland Along th* Great Divide Ambush Apache Drums Ariaona Manhunt Badman’s Gold Barber of Seville Big Gusher Bitter Springs Branded Bonanza Town Broken Arrow Captain Horatio Races Dust Lady Mines Hornblower Cattle Drive Curtain Call at Vatican Abbott and Meet the Man Oklahoma Danger O’Grady Avenger Frogmen Fury of the Congo Go for Broke Great Caruao Greet Manhunt Holy Year at the Hurricane Island In Old Amarillo It’s a Big Country Youth Group Sets Mass, Communion Breakfast Oct. 28 Wholesale Blue Veil. The Bowery Battalion Brave Bulla Browning Version Bullfighter and th* Cave of Outlaw* Champagne for Caesar China Cosair City Across the River The annual Communion Break fast sponsored by the Central Dean ery Catholic Youth Council will take place Sunday, Oct. 28 begin ning with 9 o’clock Mass in St. Jo seph’s cathedral, Columbus, cele brated by Bishop heady. The breakfast will be served in the Elks* hall, 63 E. State street. Committee chairmen for the event include Miss Rita Jane Big house, Miss Mary K. Ruddy, Paul Christian, Daniel Grassbaugh, and Robert Hill. Wiliiam Fields of St. Cyprian’s parish. Columbus, is chairman of the CYC religious ac tivities. Reservations for the breakfast are being taken at the CYO head quarters in Columbus ^MAin 5891). o---------------- Issues Family Quarterly WASHINGTON—(NC) “The Family Apostolate,” a new quar terly providing news about devel opments in the family field of Catholic Action, is being published here by the Family Life Bureau, National Catholic Welfare Con ference. Editor of the quarterly is the Rev. Dr Edgar Schmiedeler, O.S.B., director of the Bureau. Legion of Decency Classification Clip this list and save it. nnhjectionable for General Patranage I Communist for FBI Jungle Manhunt Kid from Amarillo Kim King Solomon’s Kon Tiki Lady from Texas Last of the Bucca- Longhorn. The Lost Continent Louisa and Pa Kettle Silver Canyoa SkP* long Rosenbloom Skipper Surprised Montana Desperado Mudlark Navy Bound Neve. A Dull Moment Money Snake River Sons of New Mexico Stagecoach Driver Stop that Cab Submarine Patrol Sword of Monte Cristo T»ll Target Target Unknown Texan* Never Cry Texas Rangers This is Korea Three Wise Fool* Ticket to Toma hiwk Toast of New Back on a Farm Magic Carpet Man from Planet Marine Raider* Mask of the Cactus Creek Excuse My Dust Father Takes the Air Flying Leathernecks Flying Missile Fortunes of Cap tain Blood Francis Goes to the Orleans Night Riders of Montana Oklahoma Justice On Moonlight Bay Operation Disaster Pistol Harvest Return of Fron tiersman Run for Your Santa Fe Savage Drums Experiment Alcatras Fabiola Fat Man First Legion Ace in the Hole According to Mrs. Hoyle Across the Wide 1 aouri Affair Blum, Th* Air Cadet Al Jennings of American Guerrilla In the Philippines American in Pari* Angelo Anne of th* Indie* Appointment with Tomahawk Two Flag* West Two Week* With Love Flame and the Arrow Force of Arm* Four in a Jeep Fourteen Hour* Gold Raiders Golden Horde Goodbye. My Fancy Guilt Is My Shadow Half Angel Hamlet Hard, Fast and Beautiful I’d Climb the High est Mounts's Iron Man I Was an American Spy Journey Into Light Jungle Headhunters Kind Lady Korea Patrol Lady and th* Bandit Clouded Yellow Cornin’ Round th* Mountain Company She Keeps Conflict Copper Canyon Criminal Lawyer Crosswinds Cyrano deBergersc Daughter of Rosie Show Female Millionaire Emergency W edding Facta of Love Bitter Rice Bullet for Stefano Child Bride Dedee Devil in the Flash Devil’* Sleep Fool* of Desire French Whit* Cargo Girl George W. Arensberg PHARMACIST 17S Hudson Av*., Newark, Ohio SPECIALIZING IN PRESCRIPTIONS "Blenders* 243 N. Front Phone MA. 42W tor Color Chart Up Front Vatican Wanted: Dead nr Alive Watch the Birdie Gunmaster Wnen I Grow Up Whirlwind Yank in Korea You Never Can Tell For A II—Morally Unobjectionabl* Costello Invisible Adult* On the Loose Operation P»g*n Love Song Painting The Cloud* With Sunshin* Peking Expre*« Pinky Pl«ee in th* Sun Pool of London Prelude to Fam* Rachel and the Stranger Raging Tide Redhead and th* Cowboy Rich. Young and Beautiful Harvey Henry V Here Comes th* As Young A* You Feel Atrocities at Fort Santiago Groom Back to Bataan Pandit Queen Behave Yourself Belle le Grand Between Midnight and Dawn Black Hand Black Shadowa Blossom* in the Samson and Delilah Seven Day* to Noon Sea Hornet 711 Ocean Driv* Short Grass Silver City Sin of Esther Highwayman. Th* Hot Lead House of Stranger* Hunt the Man Down I Can Get It For You Waters Sleeping City Showboat Soldiet's Three Son of Dr. Jekyll So Long *t the Fair So Proudly We Hail So Young So Bad Spector of the Roae Steel Helmet Strip Strange Door Take Care of My Little Girl law and the Lady Lightning Strikes Twice Little Big Horn Long Dark Hall Lorna Doone Lost Moment. The Love Nest Magic Face Man Who Cheated Mark of the Dragon Mob. The Mr. Drake's Duck Never Trust a Gambler Dear Brat Decision Before Dawn Deported Dial 1119 Edge of Doom Enforcer Embraceabl* You Eye Witness Samoa Tak* One False Step Tale* of Hoffman Texas Carnival That’a My Boy Thing, The The Lady Pays Off This Side of th* Law Thunder on the Hill 8 Desperate Men Tight Little Island Tomorrow Is Another Day Himself To Pleas* a Lady Trio Undercover Girt Vengeance Valley Well When th* Redskin* Rode No Highway in th* Sky Odette Oliver Twist One* a Thief Only the Valiant On the Isle of B—Morally Objectionable In Part All Quiet on th* Western Front All About Eve Angel with th* Trumpet Assassin for Hir* Astonished Heart Best of the Badmen Bicycle Thief Bird of Paradis* Blackmailed Border Incident. Born to Be Bad Born Yesterday Breaking Point Call Me Mister Cargo to Capetown Casa Manana Come Fill The Cup Cry Danger Damned Don’t Cry David and Bath sheba Deadly la the Where Danger Live* Where th* Sidewalk Ends Wooden Horse Woman on Pier IS Woman on the Run Youth Aflame For All Outlaw Outrage Follow the Sun For Heaven’* Sake Great Missouri Raid Guy Who Came Back Her Wonderful Li* His Kind of Woman Hotel Sahara Inside the Walls of Folsom Prison Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye L’Affaire Lilli Marlene Little Egypt Lemon Drop Kid Life of Her Own ”M” Mafia Meet Me After th* Payment on Demand Paisan Paris 1900 Passionelle People Will Talk Piekup Platinum Blonde Prowler Raton Pass Rogue River Secret of Convict Lake My Forbidden Past Naughty Arlette No Man of Her Own Obsessed On the Riviera Open City Seventh Veil Sirocco Small Back Room Stranger* on a Train Streetcar Named Desire tor Christy Strictly Dishonorable Third Time Lucky Three Husband* Two of a Kind Under the Olive Tree 'Wake of the Red Witeh C—Condemned Gambling With Souls Germany, Year Zero Gigi High School Girl Hollywood Burlesque Jungle Stampede Just a Big Simple Lucreeia Borgia Mad Youth Marie du Port Royal Affair She'Shoulda Said No Story of Bob and Sally Soul* in Pawn Wench BLUE VALLEY BUTTER IS GOOD BUTTER Tkal’i Why Million, V- It Old Crates I in in Utfir Ten-year-old Michael Ellifriti, above, finished work last week on this miniature altar which he will enter in the third annual hobby show Sunday, Oct. 21, beginning at 7 p. m., in the school hall of St. Loo's parish, Columbus. He built the altar of old apple crates, using a jello mould for the tabernacle dome. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elli fritz, of 1214 Bruck street, Michael is in the fifth grade. More than 100 entries are expected to compete for the prizes donated by the PT A, sponsor of the show. An "open house" the same evening will give parents an opportunity to meet the Sisters who teach their children. Patronize Our Advertisers Call RAY SCHOLL for COAL High Grade Coal Priced Right GA. 3504 805 Woodrow GA. 2787 “PLEASED TO HEAT YOU” HILLTOP SEILLERS Department Store 24*4 W. Brn*4 OJ’*_ O. FRIDAY SPECIAL ........ 75c Tomato Rice Soup FILET OF PERI Vegetable or Salad Bread, Butter. Coffee. Desiert ANDERTON'S RESTAURANT 2776 W. Broad St. Served S til 16 p.m. BEER I WINE CARRY OUT HETT15GERS MARKET 3446 Sullivant RA 0387 MOVING Hilltop Van & Storage Co. STORAGE COLUMBUS, OHIO FL. 1597 RA. 1107 Goodyear Tires & Batteries Expert Lubrication BILL SPIRES SHELL SERVICE W. 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