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3962 E. BROAD Catholic Youth Bureau Notes The recent Diocesan and Dean ery Chairmen meeting of the Dio cesan \outh Council formed pro grams for the coming months. The following ideas will be used in Deanery meetings and arc suggest ed for parish meetings of youth groups. MONTHLY MEETINGS Meetings during the next five months will be conducted on a fourfold program. The business meeting will be held first. Follow ing will he the spiritual session. The meetings will then be concern ed with discussion and a social per iod. The discussions at monthly meet ings of organizations will be on the following subjects: January, “The Marion Year—Devotion of the Blessed Mother”—Encyclical. “FuL gens Corona” February, “Marriage —Courtship”: March, “Lent—Pen ance—Fasting and Abstinence April, “Social responsibility of Ca tholics—Catholics and Labor—En The Hammond Im O»er 35.000 fnjoy the hoautiful Completely AUTOMATIC! 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RELIGIOUS COMMITTEE Further reports of the commit tee under the chairmanship of Miss Marilyn Fox the Day of and other the Day of in all Deaneries will be during the ember weeks. The Spring day will be March 7th and all the theme of the recollection will be “Penance.” The Summer day will fall on June 6th. the theme being “Marriage, Courtship.” The Fall day of recol lection will be on September 5th with the* theme “Devotion to Mary” and the Winter program on December 5th,devoted to the “Sac rifice of the Mass.” Deanery coun cils will devote their time to mak ing plans for the holding of the day of recollection in their deaner ies as near to these dates as pos sible. The committee is also work ing out details for a closed retreat and Marian vear pilgrimages. of Lancaster were on Recollection program activities. Dates for Recollection program THE CULTURAL COMMITTEE The cultural committee under the lead of Miss Joan Murphy of St. Francis. Newark, besides outlining possible programs for monthly dis cussion suggested that talks on in teresting subjects be given during the year. Also, it was suggested that wherever possible the youth eroup should look into the feas ibility of obtaining radio time. -------------------o—---------------- Students From 38 Nations Enrolled At Catholic U. WASHINGTON—(NO—Students from 38 foreign nations are taking courses at the Catholic University of America, a university tabulation shows. In all. there are 178 stu dents from other countries and U. S. possessions. Leading the list is the Philip pines with 26 students, followed by Colombia with 18 and China with 15. Other countries represented in clude Australia. Egypt, Finland, Nigeria and Poland. -------------------0------------------various Question of the Moment Has the machine age progress ed in efficiency beyond the cig arette lighter stage? BLUE V ALLEY BUTTER IS GOOD BUTTER That'* Why Million* Use It Comptometer Students Wanted to take short, inex pensive, Comptometer course classes dey or eve nings. Starting salaries up to $225 per month many jobs available at all times. No age restrictions. Classes start each week. COMPTOMETER SCHOOL 511-12 Hartman Theatre Bldg. 79 E. State St. FLetcher 1501 Harry Fair Mgr SAVE Yourself and your Clothes the ohio fuel QOS company DRESS SALE NOW ON Bargains Galore In Our Store WEILBACHER’S 464 S. Fourth St. Columbus, Ohio Free Parking in Rear of Store Members of St. Mary High School’s Eager Beaver Hobby Club, under the direction of Sr. M. Laur ene, O.S.F., got into the spirit of Christmas during the holidays and surprised and delighted parents, relatives and friends with gifts of little crocheted dogs, Kathy dolls sophisticated skater dolls as well as many Danish towels that liter Mr. Maynard has devoted the majority of his work to the history of tlje Catholic Church in the Unit ed States and lhe influence of the European peoples and their culture on the Church in America. Students will find this book an easy to read reference work as would adults, for use by study clubs or for personal inter est though they may not always agree with Mr. Maynard on the points where he digresses from facts and expresses his own per sonal opinion. mg Manuscript Collections, by Eliza beth C. Biggert F. J. Heer Printing Co., 1953. In order to make the holdings of the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society more readily available to the public. Elizabeth Biggert has compiled this guide to manuscript collections treating of the State of Ohio. Included in the guide are all collections acquired up to December, 1950, which num ber 1128 manuscripts with the to tal of about 1.500.000 separate pieces. Entries are arranged in al phabetical order by title. All peri ods of Ohio history are included, with* the Civil War period being especially well represented. To pro fessional historians, students, pub By MURRAY FROM vVHOM ITS ANCIENT PRiNCES CLAIMED DESCENT. THE LANDSCAPE of AU0EVO1, Normandy, resembles that of ÐLEHEM, HAS A BOO YEARS OLD REPLICA OF THE GROTTO OF THE NATIVITY as ARRANGED in PALESTINE BY CONSTANTINE N355. Hobbies Keep St. Marv Students Busy A group of St. Mary High School's Eager Beaver Hobby Club members is pictured with their teacher, Sister M. Laurene, O.S.F., as she checks on the correctness of geometric designs the young sters are using in their Huck towels. The design is a carry over from the geometry classes and is applied in the form of Danish embroidery. Pictured are, left to right, Bob Stoll, Martha Kauderer Peggy Sanderell, Ed Naegele, Sr. Laurene, Jude Fleshman, Elizabeth Angrick and Anita Bossetti. ally topped the list. Dozens of candle table centers in beautiful •Christmas arrangements graced dining room tables far and wide and added Beaver charm as well as Beaver cheer to many homes. The club, forty members strong, takes ..s its motto: “Learn to do now and be happy your whole life Library Notes Students Will Enjoy New History Of Church In U.S. From the Dipartment of Library Science College of St. Mary of the Springs The Catholic Church and the American Idea, by Theodore May nard Appleton Century Crofts, Inc., New York, 1953. lie officials and all others inter ested in the Northwest territory, this guide will prove invaluable. ms Beauty for Ashes, by Christopher La Forge Coward-McCann, Inc., New York, 1953. In his new book. Beauty for Ashes, the author presents the desires, problems, conflicts of a variety of persons, who though dif ferent. are bound together by the fact that they live in a small town and are subject to the virtues and vices of such places. The author is more concerned with the individu als than the events which happen. Some of his characters are rela tively realistic, in spite of the fact that they experience violent pas sion, fight it, and finally succumb to it as a matter of necessity. Be cause of this wrong note of moral ity, Beauty read with a ter still, not Lot us show you that GLASSES not only offer necessary Visual Benefits, but are remarkably effective in achieving desirable Facial and Fashion effects. CONTINUOUS VISION LENSES ARTISTIC DESIGN FRAMES Harry Schwartz Optical Co. (SERVING CENTRAL OHIO SINCE 1925) 169 EAST STATE STREET (at 4th) FL. 5100 COLUMBUS, OHIO ter Ashes should be skeptical eye, or bet read at all. mee o Domestic Debate Most parents suffer from debate itis. That happens when their chil dren challenge any statement of direction aimed their way. Don’t make your parents suffer: do what they tell you and you won't have to suf er a mess of mistakes. o----------------- IT PAYS TO USE THE TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS BUT BAUX, TRANCE, DERIVES ITS NAME FROM E MAJ KING OF ARMENIA INTRODUCED INTO EURO PC FROM SOUTH AMERICA 07 THE JESUITS £r Became, popular For CHRISTMAS dinner through THE EXAMPLE oF KING JAMES I OF ENGLAND. THiS CUR.IOUS 2 FT HIGH GROUP OF THE ADORATION OF THE" SHEPHERDS NOvV IN VICTORIA AND Albert museum, London) was fashioned in paihied wax By Giulio zumbo over 250 years ago through.1 Sister Laurene, a former Colum bus girl, received her early edu cation at St. Mary and carries on an old tradition which has proven that a hobby loving, busy teen-ager will always be a, good teen-ager, a credit to his parents, his pastor and his teacher as well as a valuable as set to his community. Member Of Former Billing Family In Japan Is (Irdained TOKYO —(NC)— A member of the Owari branch of the Tokugawa family that ruled Japan for cen turies. and under which intermit tent persecution of Christians took place, was ordained here to the Catholic priesthood. He is Father Yasukini Tokuga wa. whose forebears came into power in 1603 and exercised au thority until restoration in 1868 of the empire under which religious liberty was recognized. Father Tokugawa is a graduate of Keio University and was for merly a pilot in the Japanese Air Force. Among distinguished guests at the reception following his or dination were his uncle. General Kobin Takugawa: Archbishop Peter Tatsuo Doi of Tokyo and ex-Prince Tsuneori Kava. Father Tokugawa said his first Mass in the chapel of the Tokyo inter-diocesan seminary, and was expected to be assigned to a parish in the Tokyo Archdiocese early in January. -0- New Organization ForLav Named After Pope VATICAN CITY—(Radio. NC)— Formation of the Pope Pius XII Foundation for the Lay Apostolate. an organization that will coordin ate the missionary activities* of lay men throughout the world, was an nounced here. The announcement appeared in the Acta Apostolicae Sedis, official Vatican publication, which said that the new body would be under the supervision of the Vatican Sec retariate of State. The foundation will take over and expand the work of the Con ference of Presidents of Interna tional Catholic Organizations, in which some 30 groups in 27 coun tries have been represented. This body has had its readquarters in Fribourg. Switzerland. The article said the Vatican Secretariate of State would nomin ate the* five members of the new foundation's administrative coun cil, as well as a college of audi tors which will regulate the foun dation’s financial affairs, subject to Vatican control. His Holiness Pope Pius XII was said to have permitted his name to be given to the foundation, in response to the expressed wish of Catholic lay leaders. The foundiation will serve as an agency to collect and disburse sums donated by Catholics for un dertakings of the lay apostolate expected to foster peace and co operation among peoples every where. —o--------- Payoff How are you getting along with your hobby? If you haven’t acquir ed one as yet, pick one up and ride it. There is nothing that will pay you such rich dividends during your leisure time. Some young peo ple develop a hobby that eventual ly becomes a life’s work. Sitting around watching television when ever you have a couple of hours on your hands isn’t going to help you very much: It may inspire you to invent a more comfortable chair, but then all of us can't be in the furniture game. Try to do some thing with your hands. o---------- 01' Bloodshot His eyes show that he has trou ble with glasses not reading, drinking. THE HOUSE OF TREASURES I erhoff Jewelers Watches—Diamonds—Jewelry 1580 N. High St. UN. 7149 Columbus 1, Ohio PRECISION REPAIRING The Time i Life BY tAIHER GABRIEL RAFFOMD Your Pledge It was only one month ago that you took the pledge to the legion of Decency in church. Please give it a thought each time you set out to attend the movies. Above all don't argue with your parents about being old enough to see a picture that is objectionable in part. You are hampering the prog ress of the motion picture indus try when you pay your approval of dangerous pictures at the box of fice. There Ls no need in making a fuss about pictures that will hurt you, just patronize really good mo tion pictures, and the men Who watch what is being accepted will put their genius to work to pro duce better and more enjoyable pictures. 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