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Saturday Classes For Teachers Sister Coralita. OP. Ph. D., Com munity Supervisor of Schools for the Dominican Sisters, has an nounced a tentative program of Course offerings for Saturday Classes at the College of St. Mary of the Springs. These will include General Science. Bacteriology. American Masters. Principles of Education, American Political In stitutions, and Music Appreciation. Other courses may be added. Registration for classes should be made at Sister Coralita’s office this week. Classes will begin on Saturday, Sept. 26. Already listed among registrants are Dominican and Franciscan Sisters. Sisters of Mercy. Sisters of the Good Shep herd. and several lay teachers. Since 1890 Insured Savings Safe Deposit A The Boxes Time Those of you who are bard at latching on to an education ought to have St. Jerome as your special patron. The good man’s feastday is next Wednesday the last of Septem ber. He lived from 342 to 4’20. and in those days a fellow really had to go out for an education. Jerome covered most of the earth, and read everything he could get his eye' on. He translated the Bible into Isatin, and for that we ought to remember him the rest of our days. When lessons get tough, pray to great St. Jerome. Call RAY SCHOLL for COAL High Grade Coal Pncea Right GA. 3504 805 Woodrow GA. 2797 "PLEASED TO HEAT YOU” TRENOR MOTOR SALES Dodge Plymouth Used Cars Trucks 3241 N. High Street, Columbus, LA. 1115 Fortify Your Future With a Savings Account The time to .save is now when you are able, active and earning for your future needs and pleasur es. Interest—2’/a% per annum 60 K. BROAD ST. *. H. WILD. Fr.» AD. 5810—AO. 6342 A 0. 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HOTEL YORK 2 Blocks from Pennsylvania Railroad 2 Minutes from Times Square Seventh Avenue 1 at 36th Street /O Waltei Zubei Woodworking Metal Working Sheet Metal Working Contractors* Homecraft Machinery Equipment Full Line oi Motors ex iwt NEW YORK CITY Life Of Your B9 FAIRER GABRIEL BAFFORD The Saint of the Week A Herd Row Isn’t it disgusting to see so many people who disregarded your ad vice get along better than you? Teachers, Bless 'Em There are a lot of great persons alive today who claim that their teachers inspired them to pu^h ahead regardless of difficulties. It is a good idea to keep that in mind as you sit in class listening to the one who is trying to pour a bit of education into your system. The better your teachers get to know you the more help they will he able to pass your way. If you want to be smart, heed their advice. Flying Corks from the Pop Hous* ‘I’m going to have my eyes ex am.c.ed: I think 1 saw a truck that wasn’t double-parked.” Happy Happy If you want to be happy, you have to be busy. That may sound like an old saw, but its age does not take anything away from its value. It does help, though, to try to like the things that make or keep you busy. And you may a well like them, for you have to do the stuff anyway. Offer your day’s work to God for the good of man kind. dig in, and do your duty. You will be happy, sure. that much is Showing it again. Yup Your Speech Is I’m hearing about thi’t’s right As soon as the hoys and girls start off to school, some one drops me a note about the care less language that is being used by some of our better boys and girls attending Catholic high schools. Well, it’s up to you. Young people attending Catholic schools are real ly on the spot more so than at any other time in their lives. Please measure every word and every ton ic. Remember: what you say is heard by others to whom you arc not speaking. It isn’t ea*-v. hut after all. if you want to talk, you have to pay the price of caution. It's No Sin Some holy souls get the idea that there is something just a lit lie bit wrong with being popular. Perhaps it is all part of a point ol view. Many ot the writer' on the subject of doing as much good as possible for the cause ol Christ say that the more popular a pel son is the more chance he has of influencing greater numbers of persons. Il looks as though we ought to live it up. and got a^ many people as we can interested in the good hie. Of course, we are thinking of being good as well as being popular. Any misguided soul who buys popularity at the cost of virtue ought 1o be locked up before he is caught. Make the friends you can for Christ. -------------------o------------------- all Begins With Regular classes began on Thins day, September 17. Eighty fresh men registered for the fall term received their caps and gowns in a traditional ceremony on Sunday. September 20. in the presence of relatives and friends. Evening Class** Registrations are still being ac cepted for the evening classes at the College of St. Mary of the Springs. For the third consecutive year, I he College is sharing its fac ulty and facilities with the men and women, married or single, in the area who wish to further their intellectual and cultural de velopment. This year new courses are being introduced in Journalism and in Modern Science for the Layman. Courses in Ceramics, Art Appreci ation. Education. Typing, French, Spanish. Music. Public Speaking, Home Economics. Library Science. Psychology and Theology will also be available. Classes, scheduled for Monday and Thursday evenings, will begin on September 28. All information concerning them may be obtained from the registrar, Sister Marie Rosaire. RUG Airing that make* rug* a* they were when new BINDING REPAIRING LAH.NG SURGING SEWING GF4RANTEED MOTHPROOFING RAINS 506 Cline St GA 8395 COLUMBUS. OHIO THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 5, 1 9 5 3 Activity in the Diocesan Cath olic Youth Council is on the up swing with the advent of the Fall season. The CYC officers are busy ing themselves with plans tor two big occasions to come very soon National Catholic Youth Week and the National Catholic Youth Con vent ion in Boston. Plans for both will be discussed at a special meet ing of Diocesan Officers on Sun day, October 4th at the Youth Bu reau. Reports at the last Diocesan meeting in August were encourag ing to the officer' present. Bright spot on the report was the fact Attention: All younp Catho of the City of Columbus are pact high school age are interested in bowling asked to call or write to lies who and Catholic Youth Bureau as the soon as possible. that the Youth Council was again active in the w'ork for the St. Vin cent Orphans Picnic held on July 4th. The Central Deanery council scared up enough young people to operate a booth while a good number of youth from the Eastern Deanery came in from Lancaster, Bremen and New I^xington to work the entire day in another booth. Speaking of the Eastern Dean ery the accent is really on the Spir itual program. The youth council sponsors a day of recollection ev ery three months for the young people of the area. The latest one was at St. Mary's in Sugar Grove, conducted by the Pastor, Father Robert Schmidt. There were about twenty young people on hand—en couraging to everyone though there was plenty of room for more. These days of recoil setion begin at 2:30 p.m. with a conference. There follow Cross, other amination of od closes in Holy Hour. the its The College of St. Mary of Springs opened officially twenty-ninth academic year voter day. September 24, with a Mass of the Holy Ghost celebrated by Bish op Ready in the Chapel ol Christ the King at nine o’clock. During the Mass, the student body sang a program of hymns under the di reetton of Sister M. Helene, O.P. the Stations of the conferences and ex conscience. The peri the evening with a The Central Deanery CYC met Ihis past week. Plans for revamp ing the bowling league and the Playmakers group were discussed. There is indication of a good bit of interest among the young people of the city in both activities. DIOCESAN CAMP NOTES: Will Guide Catholic Colleize Students i At the 10th National Congress of the National Federation of Catholic College Students, held in Cin cinnati, Ohio, these officers were elected to lead the group for the 1953-54 term. Left to right: Jonn Keene, of Iona College, New Rochelle, N. Y., vice-president of International Affairs Buel Adams, St. Joseph's College, Collegeville, Ind., treasurer David McWhirter, Loyola University, Los Angeles, pres ident Jean Flanigen, D'Youville College, Buffalo, N. Y., vice-president student affairs Ted Wede meyer. Holy Cross College, Worcester. Mass., vice-president, social action affairs Bernard Scherer, St. Vincent College, Letrobe, Pa., vice-president, religious affairs. YOUTH grounds arc wrapped up for the winter and the Counsellors are back at their winter work. The staff from St. Joseph s are all hard at work pursuing their courses in preparation for the Priesthood. From Miss Mary B. Lynch comes the word that .Miss Alice Kiernan is teaching at a girls’ academy in MURRAY By the IoWeR i Gone but not forgotten are the balmy days of St. Rita and St. Joseph. A record number of young people at tended both camps during the past season. The buildings and the Hoh Father Congratulates Duquesne on Aiinhersary PITTSBURGH (NC) His Holi ness Pope Pius XII has sent papal blessings to Duquesne University here in recognition of the univer sity's diamond Jubilee. The spe cial blessing was announced by Father Vernon F. Gallagher, C. S. Sp., President of the uni verstiy. & Founded in 1878, the University has launched a $13,000,000 devel opment program and awarded 281 scholarships to Pittsburgh parishes to mark the jubilee. Where is you* share? ym h» next pay cheek lath How imoeb will »ou bear for root Will »ou .penr port ter for all bill* an part of belong. •n jo* St Bi.ck«y« orniwtloa IIICKHE FEDERfcl uma us is** umrutwb was D£S/GNFD AND BUILT BY A BlSHOP Service & Repairs for All Makes of Cars U. $■ Royal Tires Hill Austin Knick Delaware Ohio Flowers by Gibson Phones 2-8681—2-4711 Delaware Delaware Milk Co. 27 N. Union Phone 311 Kent Ohio. Miss Kiernan graduated from the College of Education oi St. Mary of the Springs last year. Mi'-s Laura Guerin is now in the Novitiate of the Notre Dame Sis ters, Mis.' Barbara Koontz and Miss Mary Sorg are back at Ohio State and all the other counsellors have returned to their schools. Litfle-Kn own Facts for Catholics th£ C# avert this door in Qundulf of Koches ter in tnl i/TH Cen ruR v. 0. P. Gallo MEN'S 18 N. 3rd St E Galway, IRELAND, MARK. THE SPOT WHERE MAJOR. LYNCH, 15™CENTURY MAYOR OF GALWAY', executed HIS SON FOR. 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It rated excellent in diffusion of Ca tholic thought, service to school and communitv, editorials, news and feature coverage. Its physical appearance, typography, layout, and design received special com mendation. The literary quarterly, The Ton er, edited by »Mary Catherine Zang with Sister Maryanna, O. P., as moderator, received 910 points out of one thousand, rating of excellent was awarded to the magazines Catholicity, service to student body, articles, poetry, and makeup. The title ALL-CATHOLIC is an indication that the judges feel that a publication is furnishing the religious and intellectual purposes of the school. It indicates, accord ing to the association, that the publication is performing its func tion in an unmistakeably Catholic spirit and with sufficient intel lectual, grammatical, artistic, and journalistic competence to make it a contributing force in the spiritual and intellectual life of student readers. Coal Co. Established 1924 Ralph Kramer. Sr. Richard Kramer SPECIALIZING IN RESIDENTIAL FUEL PROMPT. CLEAN DELIVERY First Quality Fireplace Wood AD. 1277 281 W. MOUND ST. Nights Sundays Holidays FAirfax 5798 ADams 1547 The Apostles MA. 3623 s gT Franciscan Sister Dies Sister M. Veronica OSF, 88. for mer Sacristin at St. Charles Col lege, Columbus, for 24 years, died Saturday, September 12, at St. Aloysius Academy, New Lexington. Surviving are two sisters. Sister M. Godfrey and Sister M. Henries, both of Sacred Heart Hospital, Harve, Montona. Requiem high Mass was cele brated in the academy chapel Tues day, September 15. -----------------o----------------- It Pay* To Ute The Classified*! WHERE ClEANi I ME'’S 5 NEXT TQ GOOOl iMESS'/ CAMDIES PASTRIES Family Style Restaurant 201 $. High AD. 5647 Open Every Day TUI MUdnlte C*loml«« SEWING MACHINES SALES & SERVICE Our wonderful Sisters of Nazareth beg for your alms for their work in the dispensary at Irbid in the Jordan desert. Their loving care of the poor sick Arabs is making lasting impressions. $10 in medi* cines goes far there. SISTER MERCY In the name of Our ady of Morey the plead* for your morcy fa help her with the funds for her training. It cost* $150 a year for two years to train her. Won't you help her by giving this yearly sum in any convenient installments. You'll be forever in her grateful prayers. Many sacred articles are needed in our mission chapels to carry out properly the divine worship. Perhaps you'd like to give: Chalice Mass hell .............. Stations ......... .... $40 Mass vestment 5 Censer, boat .... ...... 25 Pyx ................... We have two veliant work now. We must center in Kerak and You can help Zerke. Most Modern Girt** our hetroltl Dealer 555 W. Broad St. FLETCHER 1S55 AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR DOMESTIC AND NEW HOME Electric Sewing Machines Port ables, Consoles and Desks We Service. Repair and Electrify 11 makes ot Sewing Machines NEEDLES FOR ALL HOUSEHOLD MACHINES FREE PICK-UP ANO DELIVERY ALL WORK GUARANTEED AMPLE PARKING FACILITIES Louie Stadlmayr—Owner Established 1911 “where sewing ichines are a bustness not a sideline” LOUIE'S SEWING MACHINE SHOP 993 Sullivant Ave How Can He Do It? Ever try to imagine yourself in the Holy Father's place? To carry all th* world's care* and problems. In th* Neer East, for example, there are 12 countries and six other territories. All the bishops, priests end Sisters there look to him for help to carry on God's work. Further more, for a while the Holy Father has the added burden of food, clothes, schools, medicine, and shelter for 850,000 refugees for Palestine. How can he do it? Only because he has wonderfully loyal people like you who sacrifice to answer his plea for help. During October the Holy Father appeals to us all to send him our membership offerings. Deceased also are enrolled. $50 Candles, year .... ...... 20 Confessional ...... ...... 15 Altar linens ..... APOSTLES ALL helpers to accomplish the gigantic task given them. More and more, we must have their help in the Near East, "teams" at build one another in with your mite. had to have lev RAPHAEL has two mor* years Is there ROOM FOR GOD in YOUR WILL? Remember His missions. HEARTS IN UNISON You may bo sure your own heart will be in unison with th* IMMAC ULATE HEART OF MARY if you have remembered Her now FATIMA SHRINE to be built in JORDAN. When you send your alms ask for Monsignor McMahon's new pamphlet, "Hills of Morning—Whence and Whither Palestine?" A block cost* $10. The boys at St. Mary’s Orphanage in India merit your pity. They sleep, study and play in the same room. No other room, even for the sick ones. Your mite to ORPHAN’S BREAD will help add a room. AMAZED Yes, you will be when you read all that the Holy Father ha* done in the past five year* for the Arab REFUGEES from Palestine. Ask for "Sufficient For the Day" when you send your mite or FOOD PACKAGE ($10). (&12earGst(Dissioi2Sjtt] French Cardinal Spellman, Franidant M»gr. Thames J. McMahan, Nat I Secy Sand all cammvnicaHam ta: CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOCIATION 480 Lexington Avo. of 46th St. Now York 17, N. Y. .. $20 ..... 50 ... 15 before his active apostolate in the priesthood begins. This poor boy hasn't the means needed for these last two years training $100 a year. If you give this help now, yours will be a rich share in his prayers end apostolic labors.