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St. John Berchiiiaiis Society Under the guidance of Sister Mary Louis, S.N.D., the mem¬ bers have an opportunity to serve daily Mass in the school chapel, lead the stations dur¬ ing Lent, participate in the annual retreat, the May Con¬ vocation, and the Senior Day of Recollection. This organization, founded in 1936, has as its primary aim, the fostering of religious voca¬ tions among its members. Seated: A. Weber, J. Gilbert. Standing: M. Bellas, M. Holmes, G. Ferguson. J. Stevens, J. LeGros, F. Testa, J. Wakelin, S. Eckhart. Eucharistic Marian The Eucharistic Marian committee aims to unite the students of all the conference rooms in giving honor to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and His Blessed Mother. Students are privileged to assist at a public Holy Hour in the Chapel every First Friday of the month. Special devotions to Our Blessed Mother are encour¬ aged for Marian feasts and during the months of May and October. The crowning of Mary during the month of May is the special privilege of two Eucharistic Marian mem¬ bers, and gives all the students an opportunity to honor Mary publicly. Page 126
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Camera Club Knowledge of the camera is the basic function or prin¬ ciple of the Camera Club. Under the direction of Sister Mary Lucilla, R. S. M., the members learn the latest ideas in developing and processing. Much work is done in this class for entrance in the photo¬ graphic contests. Besides these activities, the club conducts an annual field trip which gives all the shut- terbugs a chance to test their skill as photographers as well as processors. M. Poes, J. Pluto, J. Kwiatkowski, F. Kiss. Radio Club The Central Catholic Ham Club, now in its eleventh year of existence, is helping mem¬ bers to secure amateur licenses by providing courses in code and theory. Members also learn how to build their own equipment. Its 20 members, through station W8QVJ, lo¬ cated in the basement of the Music Building, have con¬ tacted “hams” in distant parts of the country. The club is under the direction of Sr. M. Teresita, O.S.F. W. Kerscher, R. Homier, D. Kolodziesczyk, D. Brack. Neptune Divers The Neptune Divers Club is the only high school skin- diving club in the area. The club participates in aquatic activities and has for its aim the mutual enjoyment of skin- diving, the promotion of pub¬ lic education and interest in skin-diving, and interest in aquatic safety and conserva¬ tion of aquatic resources. R. Zeman, D. Skrzyniecki, C. Trabbic, D. Agosti Page 125
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C. S. M. C. Under the guidance of Sister Mary Charlotte, SND, the Catholic Student Mission Cru¬ sade meets monthly to pro- m.ote mission activities. By the annual sale of Christmas cards and wrappings, money is raised for the missions. The organization also sponsors the Bishop’s Relief Fund and the collection of Catholic litera¬ ture for the mission field. Many students at Central also participate in the National Mission Convention held every year in August at Notre Dame University, South Bend, Indiana. Seated; L. Kotlewski, C. Lehmann. Standing: J. Topolski, E. Matuzek, G. Grosschedl, J. Nirschl, T. Zimmerman. Girls’ C. A. A. Career opportunities avail¬ able to an art student and accurate information concern¬ ing these opportunities are important matters to the members of the Catholic Art Apostolate. Under the direc¬ tion of Sister Mary Joanne, S.N.D., the members strive to apply their knowledge of art to glorify God in their future lives. In February, Mr. William F. Whitsett, director of the Cooper School of Art, Cleve¬ land, spoke on art careers and demonstrated oil painting. Kneeling: M. Widmer, G. Mazuchowski, M. Mizen. Standing: M. Lebowsky, J. Hosley. Page 127
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