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Gifts for the Graduate
Gifts for the Bride
If there is a young graduate or a new bride among
your family or friends, you are probably in a “stew”
about what to give.
Gifts from the Cathedral Book Shop have already
been carefully chosen from many sources of religious
art and religious articles. Gifts of this type have an
enduring value and reflect the good taste and person
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Connie Zeier, 1337 W. Third-av, cen
ter, produced one of the six top 20-sec
ond TV scripts, with accompanying art
work in the Tuberculosis Society's "TV
Spotlights TB," television script-writing
project. Her work will be aired on chan
nel 10 all summer. Left is Sallie Mathews,
1234 Hope-av, and second right, Diane
Connie Zeier, Marcia Mynark Tops
stu
the
en-
St. Joseph Academy
dents authored two of
six “TV Spotlights TB”
tries judged the best of an
original 300, submitted by
21 Franklin county high
schools.
In addition, two other St. Jo
seph students were cited for hon
orable mention in the annual
script-writing project on TB,
sponsored by the Tuberculosis
Society, WBNS-TV, and Colum
bus Art School.
Connie Zeier, 1337 W. Third
av, a 10th grader, and Marcia
Mynark, 2639 Tudor-rd, 11th
grader, were among the top
finalists. Their work will be
shown on channel 10 all Sum
mer, their 20-second TV scripts
read by a staff announcer,
and their accompanying art-
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Outstanding TV Script Writers
St. Joseph Academy Students
Finalists In TB-TV Contest
work converted into television
slides.
This is the second successive
year that Miss Mynark has placed
among the six top script-and-art
winners.
Honorable mention students
were Sallie Mathews, 1234
Hope-av, and Diane Noltemey
er, 1390 S. Champion-av.
Introductory slides, featuring
their pictures and credit lines
for their schools and teacher-ad
visers, will be used during the
summer as the students’ public
service spots are aired.
In her 20-second script, il
lustrated by three animated
daisies, enacting the adage “Hear,
See, Speak No Evil,” Connie
Zeier wrote the following:
Diocesan Men
Win Dayton U.
Top Atvards
Two Diocesan men were win
ners of various awards for excel
lence in scholarship at the Uni
versity of Dayton. They
follows:
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Noltemeyer, 1390 S. Champion-av, honor
able mention winners. Not present for
the picture was another finalist, Marcia
Mynark, 2639 Tudor-rd. At right is Miss
Florence Stroyne, art teacher at St. Jo
seph Academy, and teacher-adviser to the
winning students.
are as
Berke
Victor
E. Ramon Hosier, 1198
ley-rd, Columbus, the
Emanuel award of excellence in
senior chemical engineering.
Daniel L. Valentine, 105 Front
av, S.W., New Philadelphia. O.,
the Harry F. Finke award of ex
cellence in senior civil engineer
ing.
Private Parties
In the Canal Room
"Daisies hear no evil, sea no
evil, speak no evil. Although
it's true an X-ray hears no evil,
it sees a lot of it in the form
of TB. We know daisies never
tell, but an X-ray always does.
Like the daisies, Christmas
seal X-rays are free for the
taking. So be sure to take ad
vantage of them!"
Marcia Mynark's artwork shows
a soldier on guard, with bayonet
fixed. Her script reads:
"TB must be conquered! Con
stant guard against this invader
is needed. If TB is found in
time, the cure is simple. The
battle has just begun. Help fin
ish the fight with a free chest
X-ray—for your own good and
for ours, too!”
Finds U.S.
Women Eager
For Church
UNION CITY, N.J. Margar
et Mealey, executive secretary of
the National Council of Catholic
Women, finds that American
Catholic women “are ready, ea
ger and willing” to play a more
active role in the work of the
Church, according to an article
in the June issue of The Sign,
national Catholic magazine pub
lished here.
“When a bishop gives us au
thority to set up a council in
his diocese, we find that the
women are waiting for us,"
Miss Mealey is quoted in the
article, written by Carol Rueck
el, public relations secretary
for the National Council.
According to the article, “Miss
Mealey is impressed that young
Catholic women, despite their
heavy family responsibilities, are
increasingly attracted to the ‘Mr.
and Mrs. Clubs’, the Cana con
ferences, and the other Catholic
group and service activity avail
able.”
Asked for an explanation of
this increased interest. Miss
Mealey asserts: “I attribute it
to American Catholic woman
hood's growing awareness of
the responsibility of church
work, to the need of the bish
ops for an Informed laity, and
certainly to our Holy Father's
encouragement and elucidation
of the Catholic woman's role
in shaping the social and po
litical thought of the day."
She adds: “It is the role of
woman to instruct and inspire,
to move man to act. to give him
courage and strength and wis
dom to save himself. The Catho
lic Church has given to the Cath
olic woman not merely an educa
tion. but a basis, a purpose, a
meaning, and an end for her ex
istence a way of life.”
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Xavier U.
Graduates 3
rom Diocese
CINCINNATI Xavier Um
versity granted degrees and cci
tificate.s to 475 graduate- in it
119th annual commencement ex
ercises last week in the Schmidt
Memorial Fieldhotiv- Among the
graduates were three men stu
dents from the Diocese They
are:
William Douthltt, 1305 Mur
rell. Columbus (Bachr-lor of Set
ence in Business Administration.)
Thomas J. Miller, 369 Buttles av
Columbus (Bachelor of Science
degree.) and
William I, Stenger 583 E
Fifth-av l«incast»i (Bachelor of
Science in Business Administra
tion, Cum I^ude.)
Honorary Doctor of Lav* de
prees were conferred on Roger
H. Ferger, publisher of the On
cinnati Enquirer The Rev. John
LaFarge. S.J.. author and editor
and Waltei S Schmidt. Xavier
benefactor and nationally known
realtor. Father LaFarge also de
livened the commencement ad
dress.
The degrees and certificates
were conferred by the Very Rev.
Paul L. O’Connor S. J., who is
29th president of th* University
Lt. Col. Jesse H. Brown, com
mander of the Xavier ROTC unit,
awarded commissions in the U.S
Army Reserve to forty of the
graduates
The 181 Master’s degrees con
ferred were a new record for the
11-year old Xavier Graduate
School. The previous record was
146 set last year.
Founded in 1931, Xavier has
been admimsteied by the Jesuit
Fathers since 1840. the total en
rollment in all divisions exceeds
3.500.
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