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4 As part of the apostolic work, sodalists distributed baskets of food
at Thanksgiving. These were the contributions of the school to help
the needy. Below, sophomores help with the work at St. Elizabeth's
Home for the Aged.
Real love is not just romanticism as the popular songs
would have us believe. Rather, it is dogged devotion to
duty. Nothing can be less romantic at times, but the desire
to be of service to others can make even the humdrum
an absorbing interest. No inconvenience is too great and
only happiness can result if a person honestly endeavors
to fill his life with true Christian love.
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R. Luther finds it quite a task counting
the canceled stamps that aid the mis-
An ancient tradition is brought into
modern times as J. Grohman, Sodality
vice-prefect, lights the last candle on
the Advent Wreath.
Correspondence with foreign students
bring the missions closer to home. A.
Brown and N. Cowdin get off another
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Left: These tiny heads will be graced
with shining curls come morning, thanks
to their nurse and the volunteered assist-
ance of N. Deering at the Sarah Fisher
Home. Center: N. Deering says "good
night," to one of her winsome little
charges. Right: "Fun for all ages,"
might well be the title of this nursery
scene. S. Smith and H. Green seem to
be enjoying their services at the Home.
Below: The choir girls, besides adding
to the beauty of the liturgy at Mass
every Sunday, made a trip to the T.B.
Sanatorium at Howell, Michigan, at
Christmastime, to entertain the patients
there with carols. Services such as
these for the poor and underprivileged
are part of the Catholic Action plan-
making positive virtues intrinsic parts
of our daily lives.
Front, ll to r.l N. Cornell, J. Saroka, E. Gagnon, Doering, N. Scott, D. Pfiester, J. Karam, A. Reefer,
K. Gardner, M. Schlage, M Woodall, E. LeZotte, S. Widger, S. Sarvis, M. E. Cahill, S. Sebourin, J.
P. O'Brien, S. Lopo, D. Lopo, B. Dunn, A. Hoetger, Gallo, A. Petri, B. Merchberger, N. Dimmer, A.
S. Yowell, S. Bechtil, S. Chapman, C. Silva, M. McDonald, E. Flannery, M. A. Troy, S. Molly,
J. Sammon, L. Budzisch, L. Kolka, J. Sherman.
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