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Rededirated To Mary
St. Leo parish, Columbus, will be
rededicated to the Immaculate
Heart of Mary at the close of the
solemn novena exercises Dec. 7.
The novena in honor of the Bless
ed Mother will begin Sunday even
ing, Nov. 29 and will be preached
by Father James Cleary, O.M.I.
Two services have been sched
uled each day at 2:30 and 7:30 p.
m. Masses during the novena are
at six, seven and eight a. m.
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Youth (’enter Dedicated
FRANKFORT. Germany—(NO—
A new Klopinghaus, or center for
young working men was dedicated
at Friedrichshafen by Bishop Carl
J. Leiprecht of Tottenburg in the
presence of state and local govern
ment officials. In has accommoda
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German Youth
Group Favors
Military Draft
Any German
European De-
COLOGNE—(NC)—
army as part of the
fense Community should be based
on the principle of compulsory
military service, according to a
statement adopted by the Federa
tion of German Catholic Youth.
“Defense of the people and its
way of life is the right and duty
of every citizen,” the declaration
said.
Compulsory military service, the
statement continued, is the “un
avoidable consequence” of democ
racy as a system of government and
a way of life. It warns against
the dangers of a professional army,
consisting of volunteers, which
■could develop into a “state within
a state” and thus become a menace
to democracy.
Under the plans for a European
defense force Western Germany
would supply 12 divisions to be in
tegrated with the armed forces of
France, Italy and the three Ben
elux countries. The West German
parliament has ratified the treaty
for setting up the European De
fense community, but France and
Italy have so far failed to do so.
The statement also stressed the
need of proper rligious care
through a well organized military
chaplaincy and declares it import
ant that “the citizen remain in full
possession of his civic rights while
serving with the armed forces.
Library Notes
“In Clean Hay Is Beautiful
Story Of Christmas
From th* Department of Library Scionco
.......... College of St. Mery of the Springs
In Clean Hay, by Eric P. Kelly
Macmillan Co.
A lovely book, illustrated by the
Petershams has been released just
in time for the Christmas season.
In Clo*n Hay is a Christmas story
that combines all the qualities of
traditional Christmas charity with
a poignant view of Polish life. It
is a story of a Nativity puppet play
and how on “the Krakow road
Christ was born again in the hearts
of four happy children.” The book
is ideal for pre-Cbristmas giving,
or for a Christmas Day surprise.
Children from 3 to 10 will cherish
it. M.W.
Patsy's Mexican Adventure. E.
Evalyn Grumbine Dodd Mead and
Co., N.Y., 1953.
This is a typical career-descrip
tion book, which uses a Mexican
trip by the heroine as an excuse
for interjecting long paragraphs of
educational Mexican background,
and still longer paragraphs of ex
cerpts from textbooks. The career
described, market research in ad
vertising, shapes a bright and ex
citing picture from a very tedious
job.
Written with the 7th to 9th
grade group In mind, it is the
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MODEST
Bureau
Two important meetings were
held at the fouth Bureau during
the last week, the regular monthly
meeting of the adult committee on
Catholic Youth work and the week
ly meeting of the recently estab
lished Catholic High School inter
school student council.
The adult committee meeting
was attended by members of the
parish Holy Name societies. The
purpose of the adult committee is
to aid the Youth Director in the
work of planning, organizing and
coordinating the youth programs in
the Diocese. The committee is un
der the leadership of John Igoe of
St. Agatha parish. Vice Chairman
is Frank Smith of St. Francis par
ish and secretary is Matt Maloney
of St. John the Evangelist. The
December meeting which comes on
the third Wednesday of the month
will find the group outlining in full
the plan for the program of the
coming year A letter went out to
all Holy Name Presidents during
the past week calling attention to
the importance of this project. This
letter was to be followed up by
personal visits from members of
the committee to the parish soci
eties urging them to have repre
sentation at the next meeting.
The newly formed Catholic High
school student council met on Tues
day afternoon with delegates from
Rosary, Holy Family, Victory, St.
Charles, St. Mary of the Springs,
St. Joseph Academy and St. Mary
usual fairy tale presentation of
faultless people and the ever-pres
ent near platonic romance between
the heroine and a perfect speci
men of manhood. It makes use of
Spanish phrases which are so
mangled as to be scarcely recog
nized, and there are many inexcus
able errors that a beginning stu
dent in the language would blush
to make. However, as usual, the
heroine is repeatedly compliment
ed on her use of, the language, an
outcome of five years of study,
three in college which the author
certainly never had. Nevertheless,
it will probably prove pleasing and
useful to the indiscriminate read
er interested in the market re-
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Modest Fashions Modeled By Students
Rosecrans High School student* presented a "Marilyke Style Demonstration'' for members of
the Rosecrans Parent-Teacher Organization at tfiair recent meeting. The purpose of the demonstration
was to advocate modesty in apparel together with attractiveness, style and selections of dress. Miss
Bonnie Finan, the narrator, introduced the program with a short explanation of the Marilyke Contest
being carried on in the school in line with a nationwide appeal for proper dress. Pictured above, first
row, left to right, are Frances Himmelspach, Mary Elizabeth Crock, Adelene Weiser, Kathryn Kaplan,
Ruth Soller, Sandra Schultheis, Sheila Killeen, and Miriam Dosch. Second row, left to right, Mary
Ann Davis, Ann Erven and Marilyn Nicols. Third row, Dolores Hoy, Sue Ann Hannum, Bonnie Finan
and Shirley Labaki.
Catholic Youth
Notes
High in attendance. The purpose
of this group will be to try to co-
coming Monday night at the Notre
Court May
Drop Charges
'I Against
_____ ___________ LOUISVILLE, Ky. (NC)—
ordinate extra curricular activity
I
of the students and.to forward thelnuns from public schools have
work of the Catholic Youth Apos
I
good could be accomplished from
I
I
Daine High school in Portsmouth!
to plan for youth organization fori
the young adults of the Portsmouth!
area. The plans hope to include all
I
the young people of the surround-1
ing parishes ...
I
The Sodality at St. Mary Magda
I
lene parish in Columbus was re-1
organized recently. The sodality!
serves as the youth organization
I
for the young people of the parish.
I
A “Sadie Hawkins” social was held
I
last week end in the school hall by
members of the group.
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I
search end of it.
Sf. Louis De Monfort, George Pi
gault (Translated by C.M.D.B.), The
Monfort Fathers, Port Jefferson,
N.Y.
St. Louis Marie De Monfort was
born in Brittany, and the character
istics of the Briton people—“faith,
energy, and devotion, independent
spirit and obedient heart”—were
well proved in this great 18th cen
tury orator. His special devotion to
the Blessed Mother, together with
his zeal in spreading her fame, has
led to his being titled the “Apostle
of Mary.” This translation from the
French does much to present this
fervent and energetic man as he
really was.
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Tires, Batteries and Accessories
How can you fall to m*k« the
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want *d*.
uns
Defendants in a suit to remove
asked a Kentucky circuit court
tolate among the High school stu-h0 dismiss charges brought
dent., ot the city ot Columbus The against them.
st udents who were present at the I 0
meeting discussed the need fori S1X county boards of educa
such a council. They were unani Ition accused of operating “de
mous in their opinion that muchlnominational schools” because
al
they hire nuns as teachers,
well ordered group They discussed claim that they
the need for uniform thinking! ___ 1
among students ot high school a2e tned ’fording to law. tn any
on such matters as modesty inlc®^T?^?r those in their
dress, good conduct in social af-l n districts.
fairs. The possibility was seen ofl At the same time Kentucky At
bringing to all students a betterl torne-v General J. D. Buckman an
understanding of the place of thel nounc^ he will defend State
parish in the life of the student.I Superintendent of Public Educa
No action was taken at the first I t’on Rendell P. Butler who was
meeting. The group decided tolcharged with misusing school
meet for more discussion beforel fun^s ’n districts employing nuns,
making any definite plans for pro-1 ^r- Butler and the six county
cedure.
boards were named in a suit filed
AROUND THE DIOCESE I Methodist minister, J.
The Catholic Club Zanesville sla."‘ un,t
is entering its fifth year. The clubH,™ a"d 0,,h'r A,m"lcan‘
was established as a social outlet! Lf SeParat'»" chureh
for the students of Rosecrans and|
A meeting will be held on this
t-i.' d«‘
other Catholic high school students ™e???.rney ^neral s office an
of Zanesville. The headquarters 1°.
are in the K of building in Zanes-| I, i t0 ®Ut"
ville I ler to the best of our ability.”
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Sodality Donates S25
o National Shrine
FIT
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its the
THAT MAKES
THE BIG
DIFFERENCE
1
...
"Ill,
JIM FUCHS
1169 Cooke Road
The
NEW PHILADELPHIA
Young Ladies Sodality of I
Heart Church has donated
the Immaculate Conception
in Washington D. C.
Sacred
$25 to
Shnne
at the
This action was taken i
last meeting, when these officers
were elected: Miss Marie Roberts,
president Miss Martha Ccnci, vice
president, and Miss Dianne Campo,
secretary treasurer. Plans were
made to receive Communion in a
body on Dec. 8 at the 9 o’clock
Mass, and to have a gift exchange
on Dec. 21.
Girl Scout and Brownie Leaders
.net last week in Sacred Heart
Parish Hall to hear a report on
the National Girl Scout Convention
from Mrs. Robert Tucker, delegate
from the New Philadelphia Girl
Scout Association. After the busi
ness meeting, Mrs. Joe Fragrasse
instructed the girls in folk dancing.
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THE CATHOLIC TTMES--7
Friday, November 27, 1953
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