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The above scouts and scoutmasters took part in the annual Boy Scout Holy Hour and Court of Awards held at St. Mary Church, Chillicothe, in which two Magazine Editor Gives Advice On Steady-Dating NOTRE DAME, Ind. (NC) High school students who are going steady at 16 are “slaves of their own mak ing.” Fathers Frank Gartland, C.S.C., editor of The Catholic Boy magazine declared in a nationwide radio broadcast. "I don't like to see school principals expelling these stu dents," Father Gartland assert ed. "I'd rather see the leaders Two Chillicothe Scouts Given Top Awards In Ceremony Held At St. Mary Church /i Participate In Scout Ceremony among these students study the question and learn to their complete satisfaction that this Saturday! Buddy Morrow and his Orchestra U. S. HIGHWAY 6, EAST OF SANDUSKY PASSENGER FERRY SERVICE FROM SANDUSKY CHiLDRFN'J VMYKOC/M Sitt«r Service CHILLICOTHE Two Catholic scouts received scouting honors at the Annual Boy Scout Holy Hour Court of Awards at St. Mary Church recently. Father Richard Dodd, director of youth activities for the Diocese of Columbus, presented the Ad Altare Dei award to George Miller, and the Eagle and the Silver Explorer award to Thomas McGinn. George, a member of Troop 14, St. Peter Church and a First Class Scout, will be a freshman in Catholic Central High School next fall. He is the son of Mr. ■nd Mrs. Francis Miller, 391 Mill St., Chillicothe. Thomas is registered as a mem ber of a Charleston. W. Va. post, but has been participating in Post 15 activities since he moved here last year. He was awarded the Ad Al tare Dei in 1955. Tom will be a junior at Catholic Central High School next year and has been elected vice-president of his class. He was a member of the basketball team last year and is president of the Catholic Students Mission Crusade. He is also a representative to the stu dent Council. Tom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. McGinn. Jr., 132 W. Second St., Chillicothe. The ceremony began with a procession led by Cub Pack 14, and cubmaster, Dr. John R. Sul zer followed by Scout Troop 14, with Scoutmaster William Wach ter. Post 14 acted as an honor guard and escorts for the two boys receiving top awards. Charter presentations were made by Father Dodd to Pat Mur ray, cubmaster of Pack 13, and boys were presented top honors. Cub Pack 14 led a procession and Post 14 served as honor guard and escort for the two honored scouts. practice is a bad thing for the student community and for so ciety," he said. "Once the stu dent leaders quit this erase, then school life and love—will be back to again," he predicted. school normal express- The Holy Cross priest ed his views in a talk on "Youth Approach Marriage” on the Chris tian in Action program produced by the National Council of Cath olic Men and carried on the ABC Radio Network. It was the third in a series of talks during June on the theme, "Youth Are Better Than They Look.” The Moreau Seminary Choir of the University of Notre Dame is appearing on the series. The veteran youth editor con ceded that most high school steady-daters “are not in bad faith.” However, he said, "they don’t have life in focus. They don’t perceive the importance and beauty and sanctity of sex and love. 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