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Church St. Marion 2-1627 Furniture Stores GROLL'S—WALDO Authorized Dealers JAMESTOWN ROYAL Living Room Furniture "The Best Made Line in America” Open Tues- Thur*., and S*t. Eve*. Till 9 LANDSCAPING Scout TREE Service CODY HARTMAN, Owner *28 year’* experience. Free eatimat**. HI O*k St Dial 2-7472 Evening* MOVING—STORAGE -PACKING MOVING Local, also trailer* for rent, two *nd four-wheel, *11 types, hitch fur nished. Move yourself, »av* 3!3’«. Dial 2-1768. 197 S. Prospect St. MARION CAR) AGE Local and coast-to-coast moving. Low independent rates. Agent Ste vens Van Lines. 893 Wilson Ave. Dial 2-2747 ____________ WRIGHT Transfer & Storage Co. AGENT ALLIED VAN LINES 126 Oak St__________ Dial 2*2537 PET SHOP Beautiful Baby Parakeets KAYLEE PET SHOP 543 8. Prospect St. Dial 2-0596 GLADYCE LIMN Realtor Ph. 3-6865 MARION Lincoln-Mercury Co, Inc. Robert H. McMahon Ph. 2-3195 2-3189 “Good Quality Used Cars" 202 S- Main St- Marion, O. RALPH'S Hub Bar and Grill i ’■‘WHERE SPORT FANS MEET”] 131 S. Main Phon* 3-9989 Marion, Ohio 1 Th* Diamond Stor* of Marion MAY’S DIAMONDS WATCHES Marion’s Oldest Jewelers Men's and Boys' Fine Clothing and Shoes FUNERAL AMBULANCE DIRECTORS SERVICE ■I The greatest joy in life comes from the sacrifice of self for the sake of Christ. Our civilization needs psychiatrists because it has abandoned the cross. Peo ple lose their balance just as soon as they become self centered self ishness is the open door to becoming “queer and mental.” It requires tiny, daily self-de nials to crush selfishness. That is why the practice of setting aside a small amount a day for the Society for the Propagation of the Faith brings such quick SHOPPERS GUIDE Painting Decorating PAINTING and DECORATING. Many Year* of Satisfactory Work. Reverse Call*. Daugherty Brothers. Phone 8727 after 5:30 m. Richwood, O. PLUMBERS SEWERS A DRAINS F. E. Robinson Plumbing Heating Power Dissing 232 S. High Dial 3-1774 Electric Koto-Rooter Sewer and Drain Service. 592 E. George St Marion 2-2726 RELIGIOUS ARTICLES A Religious Gift Truly Appreciated. Benson Elchert Religious Shop 328 Silver St.. Marion. Ohio SHOES Smart & Waddell GOOD SHOES for nearly 50 years. 137 E Center 118 S. Main TELEVISION REPAIR Television Antennas RONALD W. ARNDT 259 E Walnut Dial 2-8480 evening* TH* Bath Room Til* Work of All Kinds Call or Writ* for Fr** Estimate H. K. AND R. M. STONER FINDLAY MANTEL and TILE CO. 116 W. Front St. Findlay, O. Phon* 4470 Th* Diamond Center Of Marion LORDS JEWELERS 114 S. Main St. Westinghouse TV You can be sure IF IT’S WESTINGHOUSE BON NEFF, INC. Harding Highway East Dial 2-6660 Phone* 2-0118 -2-2605 MALO BROS. & SONS Silver and Bartram Ave*. Marian. Ohio THRIFT MARKET 129 S. Main St. Marion, O. Ph. 21725] Marion'* Olde*t E*tabh»hed 1 1 Produce Center Holy Name Society Enrolls 21 Members 0* dina, HNS president and Lawrence Swaldo, HNS vice-president. DENNISON—In initiation ceremonies held recently, 21 new members were received into the Holy Name Society of Immaculate Conception Church, Dennison. They were part of the 163 members who received Communion in a body. In the picture, left to right, front row, are Ronnie Ross, Ray Zeigler, Ed Modler II, James McKenna, Tim Pancher, Bill Scaffidi second row, Francis Morrison, Richard Hen nis, James Torch, Claire Tyron, Ned Hissong, Charles Lang third row, Albert Nelson, James Pre sutti, Domenic Gennetti, Clem Powszok, Alex Pica, :*4ix Doran, Fred Lecce, HNS, marshall Robert Dorsey, HNS secretary fourth row, Rudy Arnold, Richard Chini, Father Hugh Gilbert, pastor Joe Gar- God Love You--------- The Greatest Joy Sacrifice for Christ --------by Bishop Fulton J. Sheen------- returns in peace and happiness. In the Church there are many honors, but the real ones are not attained by favor. Medals can be pinned on the breast of him who never fought no luster of character is added to him who wears a brighter ribbon. With Our Lord, true honor resides in those who are “crucified with Him that they may reign with Him.” The soldier who gave up his watch with its diamonds for the Missions did just as much as James and John who left their fishing boats—so do you, who out of love for the Church, cut out this message and send with it a sacrifice saying: “May I too be a soldier of Christ—offering what I have as a symbol of my readiness to offer what I am that Christ may be known in Asia. GOD LOVE YOU to a mother, in Corning who faithfully sends a dollar each week ... to B.D. and friends for starting the “Odd Change Club” and sending $15 to the missions ... to Mrs. H.B.L. “I am sending this $10 that I soon may be sufficiently recov ered from my illness to do my own housecleaning” ... to A. M. L. “I gave up eating candy during Lent, and this $5 is the money I saved.” ... to Mrs. G.F.B. for $3. “We had planned to have Open House following our son's graduation from the Seminary in June. We haven’t much in material wealth and this would have meant putting aside a little money each week. But now we have decided (and our son agrees) to send you the money we save instead—for the poor. We can still have the immediate family over, and I am sure will enjoy it more.” ... to Dr. J. M. for $10.80. “This is the money fl recently received from an air line due to a cancelled flight. I hope our slight inconvenience may mean the alleviation of some Asian child’s hunger.” The ten letters in “God Love You” form a decade of the rosary around the image of the Blessed Mother on our God Love You Med als. Available in sterling silver and gold filled, the medals come in two sizes, and are perfect grad uation gifts. With your request and the following offering we will send you the corresponding medal listed below: $2.00—small sterling silver medal $3.00—small 10K gold filled medal $3.00—small sterling silver medal on' a chain. $4.00—small 10K gold filled medal on a chain. Or, if you are in New York, you may obtain these medals at our mission exhibit, 366 Fifth Avenue. The exhibit is open Monday Whore your share? The paycheck r*o ea*h bow maeb •rill r*o k**r foe roar •elf? Will you epenc every penny or will yon retain a email portion (or all the thin** you'll want in the future 7 Er an with all th* monthly bill* and obligation* part of that payehaek belong* to yoa. Start ••ring your (bar* now At Buckeye, yon enjoy the added protection of tnmrred earing*. BICKEYE fIDEUl V 4b Formosa Issue Seen Question Of U.S. Honor DETROIT INC) The Formosan issue is not simply a matter of keeping or giving up some islands, it is a ques tion of American prestige, Bishop Raymond A. Lane, sup erior general of the Maryknoll Fathers, said here. Bishop Lane, a veterrr of many years’ missionary service in China, said the Formosan issue, centered around the islands of Quemoy and Matsu, is a question of what effect this nation's move will have on world opinion. “We have lost all we can afford to lose,” he added. “E'ery step backward by us is a blow to the freedom-loving people behind the Iron Curtain.” "Most of our trouble*," h* con tinued, "and those of other peo ple* are caused by the fact that men in high places who make de cisions do not hav* any belief in God and do not allow moral factor* and religion to enter into their calculation*." The Bishop, who became superior general to the Maryknollers in 1946. has seen the number of priests from his. society in China dwindle under communist pressure until only one missionary remains on the mainland, and he is im prisoned. Th* Pr»lat* praised th* dele gates at the recent Bandung con ference in Indonesia. He strew ed that 28 out of the 29 nations at the meeting professed their belief in God, and thus "defied Chou-en-lai, Red China's dicta tor." He compared this with the "timidity" of some of this na tion's public m*n who used "wea sel words" in dealing with the Reds. The Bishop said the tem “Iron Curtain” does not apply only to geographical areas. He said it was also a line of division between ideas on communism. He added that this line cuts clear across the United States. On one side, he explained, are the disbe lievers and appeasers of commun ism and on the other are the be lievers. through Saturday from 11 to 5 and there is no admission charge. Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and send it to the Most Re ’. Fulton J. Sheen, Na tional Director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 366 Fifth Avenue, New York, lx, 5j.Y., or your Diocesan Direc tor father James Kulp, 246 East Town Street, Columbus, 16 Ohio. -----------------0---------------- Want ads can make more noise for your prodi ct than a brass band with 1,000 members. Circleville I BUYER’S GUIDEj PLUMBERS SEWERS A DRAINS Electric Ruto-Rooter Sewer and Drain Service. Phone Circleville 455 GOELLER'S PAINT STORE 219 E Main Circleville Circleville Fast Freeze Food Locker P. J. GRIFFIN Own* and Operator 9(61 Edison Av*. Circleville o4 THE THIRD NATIONAL BANK ••Where Service ?radornmala** 107 W. Main St. Phon* 42 ClreJfTilli Catholic U. Library’s List of Catholic Books WASHINGTON (NO This list of Catholic books released within the past week is prepared by the Library of the Catholic University of America, continuing a service begun in April, 1953. New Catholic Book* ARGAN, J. C. Fra Angelico. (Skin. $4.95). An illustrated edi tion of Fra Angelico’s paintings reproduced in full color with bi ographical and descriptive notes by the author. BERNANOS, GEORGES. The last Essays of Georges Bernanos. (Reg nery. $4.50). On political and re ligious subjects. BROWNSON, O.A. The Brown son Reader. (Kennedy. $4.50). A se lection of essays edited by Alvan S. Ryan. DONOHUE, JOHN. Christian Maturity. (Kenedy. $3.50). “A Pro gram for escaping mediocrity.” FRAIGNEUX, MAURICE. Chris tianity Is Revolutionary. (Newman. $2.75). An analysis of the essence of Christian life. GIRONELLA, J. M. The Cypress es Believe In God (Knopf. 2v. $10). A novel of Spain in the 1931-36 pre-Civil War period. HAYES, EDWARD AND PAUL. Love For A Lifetime. (Society of St. Paul. $2 50). Counsels for living a Christian married life. JEFFRIES, B. J. From the Other Side. (Bruce. $2.50). The autobi ography of a convert who was a vigorous anti-Catholic. McCORMICK, THEODORA. The Emerald Crown. (Funk & Wagnails. $3.75), A novel of Ireland in the ninth and tenth centuries. McCULLOUGH, E. M. The Five Devils of Kilmamham. (Coley Tay lor. $3.75). A suspense novel deal ing with Irish Catholics. PAKENHAM, ELIZABETH. Catholic Approaches to Modern Di lemmas and Eternal Truths. (Far rar, Straus and Cudahy. $3.50). A O/tpfta^&Wi ..laclJerv* lu* Not €*p*n*v series of essays by Douglas Wood ruff, Bishop David Mathew and others. SANCHEZ SILVA. .1 MARCE LINO. (Newman. 2.50). A Story from Pa rents to Children. SCHMIEDELER, EDGAR, The Mother, the Heart of the Home. (Grail, $2.00 Paper). Proceedings of a conference on Family Life. WHERE THOUSANDS SAVE MILLIONS 2«/2% MUTUAL FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN CURRENT DIVIDEND 2% Each Saving* Aeeoant Inaured to 810.099 Mutual v*der*l Raildin* 14 S Fifth StraM Your Beauty is our Career1" Ann's Beauty Lounge, Inc. ANTTA H. FLOOD 47 N. 4th St. (Main Floor) Phone 2*6152 THE CAMERA SHOP Everything Photographic 620 Market St, Phone 2-7302 W. J. HECK CO. 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