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On Tuesday. 3 to 9 P.M and
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Youth Notes
BUILDING & LOAN CO.
60 E. BROAD ST.
R. H. Wild, Pres.
MELCHER FUNERAL
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Summer Camps Will Open
10 Week Season, June 17
The two diocesan camps for youth will open their regu
lar season, Sunday June 17, for a ten week season.
Camp St. Joseph for boys, situated on the Big Walnut
Creek twelve miles south of Columbus and one half miles
east of Lockbourne, will begin its 30th year of serving boys
nf the diocese and Central Ohio.
The camp offers a full program
of sports, swimming and other
camping activities. It has living
facilities for approximately 125
boys and is equipped with mod
ern buildings including dining
hall and lodge. The camp is staff
ed by young men studying for
the Diocesan Priesthood of Co
lumbus.
Camp St. Rita for girls will be
offering the camping opportunity
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for the 33rd year to young la
dies between the ages of 8 and
18 of the Diocese and Central
Ohio. Situated in a beautiful
wooded area bordering the Little
Walnut Creek between Grove
port and Canal Winchester, the
camp is ideal for the program
of outdoor life and activities ar
ranged by the camp staff for the
100 girls who spend the week at
St. Rita’s.
Applications and information
for campers are available now.
They are being dist i u e
through the schools of the dio
cese and may also be obtained
by addressing the Reverend Di
rector, Columbus Diocesan
Camps, 246 East Town Street. Co
lumbus 15, Ohio. Applications
should be made as early as pos
sible since the camps are expect
ing a full enrollment for the en
tire season.
YOUNG ADULTS
The annual spring Conference
and Holy Hour of the Central
Deanery Young Adult Council
was set tentatively for Sunday af
ternoon. May 20, by members of
the Young Adult Council at their
monthly meeting last Sunday
evening. President Marty Van
Hoose of St. Mary Magdalene par
ish will be general chairman of
the Conference. Other business
included reports on the success
ful program of Fiesta Week and
the operation of the Junior Jet
badge campaign. The council al
so approved the sponsorship of
the summer camp for handicaps
which was inaugurated last year
and voted also to sponsor the Co
lumbus Symphony Orchestra in
a Pops Concert again this year
during Catholic Youth Week.
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Officers Elected
At St. Mary’s
for
Election of class officers
the 1956-1957 school year were
held this week at the College of
St. Mary of the Springs. Senior
class president will be Miss Kar
en Kenny of 233 Brevoort Rd.
Vice-president will be Miss Lynn
Floyd of Toledo.
Junior class officers are Miss
Mary Ann Wrench of Akron, pre
sident, and Miss Pat David of
Canton, vice-president. Miss Judy
Welinitz, 2706 Leeds Road, was
elected sophomore class presi
dent, and Miss Olivia Smith, 1872
Berkshire Rd., vice-president.
Elected unanimously by the en
tire student body as Confratern
ity Prefect was Miss Elizabeth
Meluch, Charleroi, Pennsylvania.
Delegated to attend the Nation
al Nurses Convention in Chicago,
May 14-18, were student nurses
Miss Marie Groom. 206 Hanford
Street, and Miss Barbara Pizzofer
rata of Steubenville.
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Boy Scout Timothy Moore of Corpus Christi
parish Troop 56 is pictured above being exam
ined by Hilary Falk of the Catholic Committee
on Scouting, end Father Colby
Bishop Ready will present
awards to Boy Scouts. Cub
Scouts and Campfire Girls of
the diocese this Sunday aft
ernoon at the annual Holy
Hour and Court of Honor for
the scouts to be held in St. Jos
eph Cathedral at 3.00 p. m.
Twenty-four boy scouts who
have completed the requirements
and passed the final examination
will receive the coveted Ad Al
tare Dei Church award. The award
is i. the form of a cross hanging
from a bar and signifies excel
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Scouters to Receive Awards Sunday
Grimes of St.
part in the Catholic program of
scouting.
Four cub scouts will receive
the Parvuli Dei medal or the “Lit
tle Boy of God” award This medal
is being adopted on a national
basis this year.
For th* first time in the his
tory of the diocese twenty-four
girl scouts and campfire girls
will receive an award. The new
Kateri Tekawitha award adopt
ed by the committee on girl
scouting will be worn on the
uniform as a symbol of the
girls' excellent character in
♦heir Catholic life.
School Pic'.ys Offer
Mystery and Comedy
Two mysteries and three comedies will be dramatized
in the next five days by students from four high schools
and St. Mary of the Springs College.
The “theater season” gets underway at 2:15 p.m. Sat
urday, when the Merry Masquers of St. Mary of the Springs
present “The Spiral Staircase,” a
suspense thriller, /dapted from
the screen play of the same
name, the drama tells the story
of a girl struck dumb by fright
and shock. The lead is played by
Joan O’Connor. Director of the
play is Sister Elizabeth Seton,
O.P., head of the Department of
Speech and Drama.
A repeat performance is sched
uled in the Little Theater at the
college
at 8:15 p.m. Sunday.
in the cast are Jo Ellen
Joseph Gibboney, Robert
Also
Balon,
Smith,
Hahn, Kay Wright, Lee Miller,
Joan Mathy, Thomas Maloney,
Sheila Killeen, Al McCauley, and
Lynne Floyd.
Ed Christian, Suzanne
Two performances also are
sot for "Murder in a Nunnery,"
senior class play at St. Joseph
Academy. The play will be giv
en at 8:15 p.m. Sunday and
again at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday, in
the school auditorium.
The cast in the mystery-com
edy includes students from St.
Joseph, as well as St. Charles
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and Aquinas High Schools. The
director is Miss Margaret Zang.
Members of the cast include
Ann Lindus, Dorothy Whip. Jo
anne Savage, Bill Petrakis, Thom
as Herbert, Frank Zang, Violet
Zubovich, Paula Lappert. Theresa
Cronenwett, Paul Gaudier! and
Ed Doyle.
Students of Watterson High
School will make their debut in
the dramatic field with three
one-act comedies at 8 p.m. Sun
day. The plays, to be presented
in the school auditorium, are
entitled "For Whom the Tele
phone Rings," "Mildred Is My
Name," and "Say It With Flow
ers." Sister Mary Basil, O.P.,
is the director.
The cast of “For Whom th©
Telephone Rings” includes Jo
anne Luckino, Carl Raub, Mary
Jo McNally, Arlene Bixler. Bon
nie Hoppenyan and John Whalen.
___________n
Catholics Have
Only Integrated
School in S.C.
NEW YORK (NC) The
only school children in South
Carolina “living in harmony with
the Supreme Court of the United
States are the 46 whites and 10
Negroes” who attend St. Anne's
parochial school in Rock Hill. S.C.
This observation was made by
Murray Kempton, columnist for
The New York Post, after a sur
vey of conditions in South Caro
lina. Mr. Kempton reported the
56 are primary school pupils,
since St. Anne's stops at the sixth
grade, but. that next year they
will move to a new $55,000
school built from funds donated
by white Southerners.
Father Maurice Shean, C.O..
superior of the Congregation of
the Oratory of St. Philip Neri,
which has charge of the parish,
explained that the school was in
tegrated in
There
trouble
"You
Anne’s
dren were never told that they
were part of an experiment their
school life is simply the natural
order of things,” Mr. Kempton
wrote.
Thomas parish on his requirements for the Ad
Alters Dei Award. The awards will be presented
Sunday at St. Joseph Cathedral.
September, 1954.
been virtually no
the integration,
no longer call St.
has
over
can
an experiment its chil
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The annual Holy Hour is part
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and girls of the Diocese. It is held
each year on the Sunday nearest
the Feast of St. George, the pa
tron of Boy Scouts Father James
Kulp, diocesan director of mis
sions will deliver the sermon for
the occasion.
The youngsters will meet at the
Cathedral School at 2:30 p. m. to
form the procession to the Ca
thedral All units of the parishes
of the diocese are expected to be
present.
Grail to Open
Institute for
Work Abroad
LOVELAND (NC) A
“Grail Institute for Overseas
Service” to prepare Catholic
young women for lay apos
tolic work in other countries,
will open in Brooklyn, N.Y.,
Lydwine van Kersbergen. presi
dent of Grail in the United
States, announced here.
An outgrowth of the mission
training program inaugurated in
1951 at Grailville Community
College. Loveland, the new in
stitute will start this fall with a
faculty of clerical and lay miss
ionaries and scholars, and a
student body drawn from all
parts of the United States.
Dr. van Kersbergen told of the
plans for the new institute on her
return from a nine-month stay in
Latin America, where she
sisted Grail teams in Brazil
traveled through some of
South American countries.
Bishops in Asia, the Pacific. Af
rica and Latin America are call
ing for lay apostles, especially
those who can render social, med
ical and educational services and
at the same time give the power
ful witness of a dynamic Catholic
ism, the Grail president said.
Ohio
News In Brief
SPRINGFIELD The fund
for a new senior Catholic high
school here now totals $1,127,
000 in cash and pledges. Mini
mum campaign goal was $800,
000, but the three-story struc
ture is expected to cost more
than $1,000,000.
CINCINNATI The Cincin
nati Archdiocesan Council of
Catholic Men last week com
mended President Howard L.
Bevis of Ohio State University
on his statement that “no
(Communist) party member
is fit to become or remain a
professor at a state university.”
TOLEDO As it had threat
ened more than a month ago, the
Kroger Oo., opened 10 of its To
ledo area stores Sunday in
full-page newspaper advertise
ments. the company said it will
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LONDON (NC) A well
known Church nf England clergy
man H. Thornton Trapp, vicar of
the Church of St Mary Magdalen
Paddington North Ixmdon was
received into the Catholic Church
at the Church of the Immaculate
Conception, Farm Street, the
city's Jesuit center.
Mr Trapp who is unmanned,
intends to study for the priest
hood, it wag learned.
Another former Anglican cleric,
F.L.F Woodward, who became a
Catholic just over a year ago, was
reported tn be entering St. Thom
as’ Seminary, Warwick, junior
seminary of the Birmingham
archdiocese. He is 37 years of
age.
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