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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)
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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.
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himself and shall not be heard.
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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.
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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.
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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"
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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
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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.
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