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Vacation Reading Helps Beat the Heat Even if thpre is not n sign of n breeze stirring you con keep relaxed and comfortable with the help of a good book Just find o shady spot and lose yourself in the pages of adventure, history, biography, commentary and spiritual reading School age children con find no more worthy use of time than the hours they devote to reading Our Children's book deportment has a number of new titles and an in teresting selection of children's classics We have some thing to recommend for every age ond taste. tEUG'OUS AIT FRaYER BOOKS ROSABIEI BOOKS GREETING CARDS 1 I I A I BROAD STREET CA. 1 6 9 8 1 Over 500 ^oiinsslcrs Attend Program Gains VIomentum as Classes Grow “The Summer School of Re ligion." a program designed to allow boys and girls from the rural districts of the diocese to catch up on lundamental religious instruction, has been gaining momentum over the years. More than 5OO youngsters rep resenting 26 parishes and missions are enrolled in the summer class es this year, the largest attend ance ever, according to Father James Kulp, diocesan director ot the Propagation ol the Faith. Th* two week long program is planned so that the young peoz pie not find if in inter with their vacation fun. In according to John Drees*, of the seminarian instruc "They want it to continue all summer." fact, one Dreose. a theological student at Catholic University and a native of New Ixxington. is one of the many diocesan seminarians who spend the summer moving Horn mission to mission, supervising the programs. Dominican. Franciscan and Char ily Sisters staff si ol the schools. The remainder are !alied b? sem inarians and lay people. The programs began in mid June at Boliver. Strasburg. Sugar Grove Otway, Granville and Newark The teachers then moved on to other areas including Millersburg. Wav erly. Murray City and Calniout They are presently conducting classes at La Rue, Dresden. Dela ware Glenmont and Wheelersburg The daily schedule usually be gins with Mass. Morning classes include catechism and Bible His lory. Then the young people take time off for supervised recreation during which time they get an op portunity to learn about new games and crafts. Following the recreation period, classes are held on the Liturgy and church devotions and the final per iod is devoted to the\Lives ot the Saints School is dismissed at 11:45. program and teaching ma have been planned on a na scale by the Confraternity The terials tional of Christian Doctrine. Victim of Reds, Honored Again CHICAGO (NC) Another high tribute was paid by his coun try to the memory of a heroic Catholic Army Chaplain, al Filth Army Headquarters here. The l-egion of Merit for except ionally meritorius conduct in I he performance of outstanding *i vice while a prisoner of war near Pycktong, Korea, from Nov. 4. 1950. to Ma? 23. 1951." was post humnusly awarded Io Father (tap tain I Emil J. Kapaun, of Manon Kans Father Kapaun s parents. Mr. and Mrs Enos Kapaun. received the award from Lieut. Gen Hobart announced the Ix'gion Fifth Army officials al the presentation of of Merit, that the people of Wichi ta, Father Kapauns home diocese, already have pledged over SI,250. 090 for a "living memorial" to the Chaplain. The nature of the mem otial has not yet been made known. This was the third award for heroism given to Father Kapaun. WHERE THOUSANDS SAVE MILLIONS Mt Q/ Current Return I M/0 Account* ^■B Insured To $10,000 CENTRAL OHIO FEDERAL SAVINGS 78 South Third Street t-.L-s K Of Notes A simption Council 3727 has in vited all K of members and their wives to attend a Day of Recollec lion to be held Sunday, August 21. at the Pontifical College Josephin urn in Worthington. The tentative program includes 9 a. m. Mas in the Josephinum Chapel alter which breakfast will be served, prayers, meditation and outdoor Stations of the Cros The day will close with Benediction at 4 p. in. Knights should make reserva tions as soon by ici possible through the following council ropresenta fives Ernie Loinprey, .Marion Council Al DeMfrs. Santa Maria Council Dr. Francis Doyle. Council 400. and Boh McCauley, Assunip tion Council. NEWARK -Officers of New ark Council 721 installed Last /week by district deputy Robert Vogelmeier include Mike Mass aro, grand knight Charles Pell erite, deputy grand knight Frank Taylor, Jr., chancellor: Robert McCann, recorder John Brjnd gardner, treasurer A. J. Cam panelli, trustee Paul Walker, in side guard Herman Warnement, financial secretary John A. De Vito. advocate. William Stoner, warden Earl Fatsinger, trustee Bernard Palu.szak. outside guard, and Jose Appelamz. lecturer. The Ohio State Council, Knights o( Columbus working through the 79 individual councils in the state, has launched the largest membership and insurance drive in the history of the order in Ohio. Speaking at the annual stale outing at edar Point. State Dep uty Honrs J. Kondrat of Cleveland outlined plan* lor a $ Hl. (KM). 900 in crease in insurance certificates and a gam in membership from 56.000 to 62.000. \I1 councils in the stale will participate in the $10,000 point award plan contest which will be based on the most complete partici pat ion in the orders six-point pro gram. o- inrrilluin \p|»»iuh‘l PARIS (NC) An American. Father John Zimmerman CM. has been elected a member ol the General Council ol the Congrcga tion ol the Visions. known as the Vincentian Fathers, at their Gen eial Assembly, held at the Mother House here. who gate his life in service to fel low prisoners ol war Father Ka paun previously had been awarded the Bronze Star Medal and the Dis tinguished Service Cross. The heroic priest was a mem her of the Bih (at.ill? Regiment. First Catair? Division (then com inanded b? General Ga? in Korea when taken pi isoner in 1959 BUCKEYE LAKE Ar«J* OfiXfiQ FRESH FROM THE OVEN TO YOU NEW SYSTEM BAKERY BUCKEYE LAKE At Park Entrance. E. C. (Ed.) Plank, Prop. Summer School of Religion ST. MARYS CHURCH More than 500 youngsters from throughout the diocese were enrolled in "The Summer School of Religion" this year. The program gives the children who live in the rural area of the diocese an oppor tunity to learn more about the basic doctrines of their Church. Pictured above with the group who at tended the school conducted at St. Mary, Waverly, are two of the seminarian instructor*. They ar* James Haag, at left, of St. Mary's parish, Portsmouth, who is studying at Mt. St. Mary seminary, Nor wood, and Ray Lavelle of St. Vincent de Paul parish, Cleveland, who is at St. Vincent'* *eminary, Latrobe, Pa. Pow lletc IFeefc Scheduled For Both Diocesan Camps The annual Pow Wow Week will be observed at both summer camp- this year beginning with the last period on Sunday. August 14th. The campers Pow Wow is the great climax to the summer season of camping. Special events are held during the week ending with a clos ing night party. Tournaments, con tests, "camper-counselor” da? are among the many activities being planned for the occasion. Reserva tif-ns lor the last two weeks at camp may he secured at the Camp Office at 246 East Town Street. Columbus. The seventh period at Camp St. Joseph v as highlighted by the Sat urday morning track meet. Individ ual honors went Io the following boys Jerr? Glaser of Dayton, whose lour feet tour inches was tops in the high jump. Alter him came lorn Williams and Laverne Wabler of Columbus. In Company B. Harry Bargdill cleared the bar at three inches. The Delaware. Ohio, contestant was tied by Ron nie Williams of Columbus. Runners up were Dave Colonel of Columbus and Phil Sheridan of Lancaster. I on? atoia of Columbus ran the 50 yard dash in the time of 6.6 sec Publication Lauds Diocesan Bulletin The diocesan Vincentmn Bulle tin, was cited this month by the t)zauaui Neus, national monthly newsletter of the St. Vincent de The national publication held up the local bulletin as a noteworthy example of what organization should complish. each diocesan attempt to ac- Ozaruiin Neu-x physical makeup of described the the local pub lication and quoted its contents generously. It urged other organi zations throughout the country to get in touch with the editor of ol Our Lady of Peace parish, and find out “. how, when and why the Bulletin and what it costs to publish it.” The Bulletin is published month, ly and is mailed to officers and members of lhe 42 St. Vincent de Paul parish Conferences in the diocese. News items of interest to all members of the society make up the contents. o------------—— Annual Mass for Peace NEW YORK (NC) annua! Russian Mass Peace was celebrated University by three The fifth for World at Fordham priests of Fordhams Institute of Contempo rary Russian Studies The Mass was said in the Slavo Byzantine rite. W’ 4 onds. New members of the Mystic Ring Honor Society include Bain McLean, Thomas Barch, Al Rice. Bob FracassO, Dick Burk of Co lumbus Frank Myers of Toledo Jack Doyle of Waverly, and Mike Gerken of Portsmouth. The Mystic Ringers, accompanied by two coun sellors. made a trip to during the last period the wrestling matches Acres. Columbus to witness at Haft's swimming Kreuther, AT CAMP ST. RITA, race winners were Carol Sharon Halhy. Polly Souch. Joyce Shuck. Coshocton Molly Coady. Kathy Reed. Janne Schwartz. Dan dra De Mastry. Judy Jaster, Patty Lorms and Carmen Rincone of Co lumbus. Winning inspection certificates were Jane Hufford. Joe Armstrong, Elaine Howard. Polly Souch and Judy Mitchell of Columbus. BOY SCOUTS A Court of Honor was held in Rising Park Shelterhouse by Boy Scout Troop 141 of Lancaster, last week, awards were made by er. J. Deloe boys: Joos. Shock. Gerald Potter. Joseph Rice. Stephen Schorr. James Stellen. Bill Sullivan. Robert Turben and vid Basil A merit badge for zenship was presented to John William Berens Dave Eaton. Joos. Carl Kiger. Dick Noles, Nungesser. Richard Schleich. .1 aid Larabee and Phil Shonk year stars. St. Mary's, Tenderfoot Paul Walk and Joseph P. Vogelmeier of Newark, to the following Gary Boch. Max Cave. Bill Robert Miller. Richard Da Fox. Tim three YOUNG ADULTS The members of St. Mary dalene parish Young Adult will entertain thirty youngsters from St. Vincents Home with a picnic in the Woods Saturday after noon. Aug. 6. p.m. Mag Cluh beginning at 1:30 of the cl uh will act directors for the All members as hosts and games and fun promised at the gathering man of the bers to be ernoon. 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Near famous department store district. 250 comfortable, modern rooms. Delightful dining room and cocktail lounge friendly lobby courteous service. HOTEL YORK 2 Blocks from Pennsylvania Railroad 2 Minutes from Times Square Seventh Avenue at 36th Street August 5 is the feast ot Our Lady nt the Snow. You know the tradition. It is connected with the buHdin of the baxilira of St. Mary Major in Kome. The Blessed Mother selected the spot hy a miraculous fall of snow in the heat of the aummer. She appeared to a benefactor named John w!m in the fourth eentury built the mas- ntfieent ehurch in her honor. Who will be the Joim oi the tw'entieth century? From Rome, the Holy Father has notified us that the village of Chef Amr near Naza reth. scene of the childhood of Christ and the motherhood of Mary, begs a little church for their congregation. In the spirit, of the middle ages they themselves stand ready to build H. The poor parishioners have given $800, all the money they have. $2,200 more are needed for materials. Who will bring about a miraculous fall of generous offerings? Tho names of donors or departed loved ones will be stone-engraved tn grateful memory. May Our Lady of the Snowfall help n«! WHAT YOU PUT IN THE HAND OF THE HOLY FATHER YOV PUT IN THE HAND OF CHRIST. FEED THE HUNGRY Could 'oo give the Sisters of the Holy Croww ui f.reer* one dollar $1) to help them buy bread for lheir orphans and «ck poor? They are hi dire need and promise their heartfelt grateful prayers. May God reward you! A GIFT EROM SISTER On the feast of the Assumption, some Sister-fiund some where would like very much to remember her dearly beloved Mother, Iad, relative or friend. But Sisters have a vow of poverty. Would you make the offering possible for a Bouquet of Masses, Gregorian Masses, or a designated gift In her name for some poor mrssionary? Mass Kit............ $100 ABar ..................... 75 Tabernacle .... 25 Sanetnary Lamp 15 Chalice ............. $40 Ciborium ...... 40 Monstrance .... 40 Pyx .........................15 We wtH send a beewWftrl Gift Card plus from the Hol?' Land. Vestment* ...........$54 Mas* Book..........25 Stations ................ 25 Altar Ltweos ... 21 a Holy Card with Bwwett BLACK MARKET We have mure hoy* and girls fur adoption than foster parent*. Could you adopt poor MINA HANA, a first philosopher at the Basilian Seminary ot Saida? He has six years ot preparation for the Priesthood, at a cost of S6M. tW JOSEPH HADDAD, at the Maronite Seminary of Mar-Abda. He has four years of prepara tion at a cost ot $400. You ran have a priest-eon by sending u* an annual installment of $104, in weekly, monthly or single payments. And believe it or not girls arc les* expensive than boy*. Take for instance SISTER MARY ot the Presentation, a Franciscan novice in Lebanon. She needs only $300 for clothing, food and training- Or SISTER CABRINI. a Third Order Carmelite novice in India. A danghter-in-Christ is yours for only $150 in annnal installment-payment over a two-year period. These boys and girl* will Men* you not eoty here but ku eternity. ARRANGE VOW FOR GREGORIAN MASSES AFTER ¥WR DEATH. ASK ABOUT THE SUSPENSE CARD. (Millear Sst (MissionsJmI Frvnm Ceedisoi Spedme*. Meg*. F. Yeehy, No*4 Se«'y CATHODC NfA« EAST WELFARE AMOCMT1ON 486 lyxiagloa Av*, wt 46dh 3t. M*w Y*Hc 17. N. Y.