Castalia SDA Church School Opening Day
Adventist School Has 15 Students On Rolls The Seventh-day Adventist Elementary School, Route 101, Castalia, opened on Thursday with an enrollment of 15, accor- Cdrey Shrine Pilgrimage Set Sept. 11 Catholic families of Sandus- k>''s three parishes and others throughout the Toledo Diocese have been invited .to participate participate in the 14th annual pilgrimage pilgrimage of families to the National National Shrine of Our Lady of Consolation at Carey on Sept. 11. Services are to begin at S:30p.m. A Rosary procession will leave the main church at 2:30 p.m. and go to the altar in the park, where a sermon is to be delivered. The procession ding to Mrs. Winona Smith, principal. The eight • grade school is one of the area's smallest educational educational units, but offers the regular elementary schorf curriculum curriculum in addition to religious subjects. Staflf teachers include the principal, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Beverly Richmond. Classes are being offered for grades one to eight and in addition addition extra-curricular instruction instruction is available through the school's Pathfinder organization in which youngsters may study crafts and nature subjects. The school here is one of a chain of some 5,000 educational units operated by Seventh - day Adventists around the world. These range from simple mission mission sdiobis to CMnplex college organizations such as the College College of Medical Evangelists, medical education center in Los Angeles.