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skating party will be the big
feature of the children's Hallowe
en festivities at Sacred Heart par
ish, New Philadelphia, Oct. 26, at
Tucora Roller Rink.
Members will hold a bake sale
and apron carnival Nov. 10. it was
decided at the last regular meet
ing State Highway Patrolman
Wolfe gave a talk on safety and
showed two movies to demonstrate
his ideas. Sister Imelda’s room 3
won the attendance banner. (Hel
en Baxter, correspondent)
Holy Rosary parish, Columbus,
has scheduled the next meeting
of its elementary ind high school
PTA for 8 p. m., Thursday, Oct.
25 in the elementary school hall.
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Parent Teacher Associations
Sgt. Joe Foster, Educational
Bureau of the Columbus Police de
partment, will speak on "Traffic
Safety.”
Hostesses will be the mothers of
the pupils of room 402 in the high
school and mothers of the 7th
grade pupils. Teachers will be in
the classrooms at 7:30 p. m., to
meet parents.
In charge of refreshments will
be Mrs. Mark Howard, Mrs. Frank
Walsh and Mrs. George Fox, Jr.,
PTA members of St. Joseph’s
parish, Dover, will hold a Harvest
Shower at the next regular meet
ing, Nov. 4.
First meeting of ne school year
was held recently with an operetta,
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“Cinderella’s Slipper” being pre
sented by St. Joseph’s Glee Club,
under the direction of Sister Geor
gine.
Mrs. Russell Mullady welcomed
the mothers and the Rev. Pius Kae
lin, O.F.M. Cap., gave a short
talk. Sister Annunciata, principal,
introduced the teachers. (Dorothy
J. Hisrich, correspondent)
The Very Rev. William Spicker
man, V.F., pastor of St. Mary’s
church, Marion, will be guost
speaker at the next meeting of the
parish PTA, Sunday, Nov. 4.
His topic will be “Our Faith and
Our Child's Parish,” in keeping
with the theme selected for the
1951-52 school year—“Our Faith
and Our Vocation.”
Sister Francis Regina, principal
at St. Mary's school, gave the first
talk in this series at the school
year's first meeting recently when
she spoke on “Our Faith and Our
Child’s School.”
Scheduled speakers include:
Thursday, Nov. 15, the Rev. Paul
O’Dea, dean of studies, St. Charles’
seminary, “Our Faith and Our
Childs Religious Vocation”
Thursday, Jan. 17, Dr. John H.
Mitchell, of Columbus, “Our Faith
and Our Child’s Marriage Voca
tion” Feb. 17, Miss Antoinette
Lowry, member of the Columbus
school system, “Our Faith and Our
Child's Hobbies and Recreation
Mar. 27, the Rev. Augustine L.
Winkler, Diocesan Social Action
Director, “Our Faith and Our
Child’s Social Attitudes April 17,
the Rev. Bennett Applegate, Act
ing Superintendent of Schools,
Lay Retreats
1951
Oct 19-21 .......................... Men
26-28 ..... ,.............. .*.. Women
Nov. 1-4 ......................... Men
9-11 .......................... Women
16-18 .......................... Men
30-Dec. 2 ................ Women
Dec. 7-9 Men
14-16 ........................ Women
1952
Jan. 25-27 ........................... Men
Feb. 16-17............................. Men
LAY RETREAT HOUSE
St. Theresa Shrine
5277 E. Broad Street
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“Our Faith and Modern Trends Af
fecting Our Child” May 15. speak
er to be announced. (Edna Dutton,
correspondent)
St. Mary’s parish PTA, Colum
bus, will stage its second annual
bake sale Sunday morning. Oct. 21,
and all day Tuesday, Oct. 23, in the
chemistry building of the school.
Chairman of the event is Mrs. Carl
W. Brake.
Baked goods on sale Sunday will
be provided by mothers and
friends of high school students.
A Halloween social and spaghet
ti supper will be held by the PTA
of St. Vincent de Paul parish, Mt.
Vernon, it was decided at the last
monthly meeting in the school
cafeteria.
These will be staged to raise
funds for the erection of a fence
for the safety of school children
to keep them out of the street.
Patrol boys were appointed and
will be instructed on the proper
procedure for safety of children at
street crossings. The combined sec
ond and third grade room received
the prize for most parents in at
tendance. (Susie Benedetti, corres
pondent)
Our Lady of Victory PTA. Co
lumbus, will sponsor a “football
frolic” social from 8 to 12 p. m..
Saturday, Nov. 10. Co-chairmen
will be Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wolf
and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sullivan.
The Rev. Arnold Favret, pastor,
announced plans for the new cafe
teria at the second monthly meet
ing recently. This will be a pro
ject for all organizations of the
parish.
The Rev. William Kappes, Dioce
san W’elfare Director, spoke on
welfare problems and the United
Fund appeal after the business
meeting. Co-chairmen for the so
cial hour afterward were Mr. and
Mrs. Mondo Tarini.
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Cloverleaf I u
Will Present Play
Al Hartman ct. 21
The Cloverleaf Club of St. An
thony's hospital. Columbus, will
present the comedy, “You Can’t
Take It With You.” at the Hart
man Theater. Sunday, Oct. 21, at
8:30 p. m.
A local amateur theatrical group.
Torch Bearers, will perform the
play. Lona Smith Blocker is the di
rector for the group.
Mrs. Louis Paas, of 198 North
Powell avenue, is general chair
man for the affair and will be as
sisted by all leaf members.
Committees are as follows: Mrs.
Carnuel Golliane, Mrs. John Witt
enmeir. co-chairmen of patrons:
Mrs. John Stack. Mrs. John Gomp
ers, Mrs. John Ptacek, advertise
ment Mrs. Walter Holden. Mrs.
Louis Ranieri, ticket Mrs. Robert
Daughty, radio and television an
nouncements, and Mrs. Philip Pal
umbo, publicity.
The public is invited and tickets
are on sale at Heaton’s Music
Store through Oct. 20. They may
also be obtained at the box office
on the night of the performance.
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Catholic Women’s League
Sponsors 14th Retreat
The 14th of 17 retreats sponsor
ed by the Catholic Women’s league
of Columbus this year will take
place this week-end, from Friday,
Oct 26, at 6 p. m. until Sunday,
Oct. 28, at 5 p. m., at St. Therese’s
shrine,
The Rev. Charles E. Ronan, S.J,
of St. Xavier’s high school. Cin
cinnati, will conduct the retreat ex
ercises.
Announcement also was made
this week of a retreat to be spon
sored by a group of business wom
en on the Nov. 30-Dec. 2 week-end
at the shrine. Reservations for this
retreat may be made at DOuglas
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Writer Scores ‘Journal'
For ''Moral Opportunism*
The LADIES HOME JOURNAL
wants American women to “free
themselves from the shackles of an
outworn moral code,” according to
an article by Milton Lomask in the
current issue of THE SIGN, Cath
olic monthly.
Mr. Lomask criticizes the JOUR-
THE CATHOL I TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1951
Keeps Her Eye on Kids* Comics
IBP*
Miss Valeria Albert, left, who conducts a pharmacy at 210 Thurman avenue, Columbus, looks over the
hundreds of comic books delivered to her store each week and removes from the racks all that she
thinks the youngsters should not be allowed to read. She is shown above with an armful of comics that
will go under the counter until the news dealer calls for them. Looking at the racks are, left to right,
Earl, David, and Carol Smigelski, children of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Smigelski of 148 Thurman avenue.
A member of St. Leo's parish, Miss Albert wishes "some PTA group" would draw up a white list of ap
proved comic books so she could be sure that ail the books she sells are harmless.
Of Interest To omen
By Our Correspondents
A color motion picture made by
a missionary priest in Africa will
be shown at the next meeting of
St. Christopher's Parish Council of
Catholic Women, Columbus, Tues
day evening, Oct. 23, in the school
hall.
The Rev. James W. Kulp, dioce
san director of the Society for the
Propagation of the Faith will ex
hibit the film, describing some of
the Church’s mission work on the
continent recently described by
Bishop Fulton J. Sheen as “the
hope of the future.”
Father Kulp also will speak at
the meeting on “The Holy Father's
Plan for Catholic Missions.”
Refreshments will be served aft
er the meeting.
The Mid-Ohio Chapter of
Mount Saint Joseph Alumnae
will sponsor a benefit card par
ty at 8 p. m. Monday, Oct. 22, in
the recreation parlor of the City
National Bank & Trust Com
pany, 1245 Olentangy River
Road, Columbus.
The public is invited, accord
ing to Mrs. S. H. Charles Berg
man. who is chairman in charge.
Also on the committee are
Mrs. Shirley Osborn, Mrs. Jos
eph McHugh, Mrs. J. J. Donley
and Mrs. Paul Weilbacher.
Four members of the Allied Arts
Studio will give a program of
songs at a meeting of the Parish
Council of Catholic Women at St.
Francis of Assisi church. Colum
bus, at 8 p. m.. Wed., Oct. 24, in
the school auditorium.
They will entertain starting at
8.30 after the business meeting.
During the social period Margaret
Brickman will present Mary Bad
urina. Phyllis Frizzell and Edward
Jones in the songfest. Hostesses
will be Mrs. Francis F. Savely, Mrs.
Anna Moore and Mrs. Walter Rog
ers.
The Parish Council of Catholic
Women of St. Vincent de Paul
parish. Mt. Vernon, will stage a
Sunday dinner to be given some
time in November it was decid
ed at the last meeting. Mrs. Don
ald Swan will’ be chairman.
Plans were made and mater
ials will be selected for the re
decoration of the sanctuary. A
hand-made lace tablecloth was
donated by Mrs. Patrick Taugher
to be raffled off at the Christ
mas party.
New chairmen of the various
committees were appointed by
the new president, Mrs. C. L.
Spencer at the meeting held in
the school cafeteria. (Susie Ben
edetti, correspondent)
The Rev. David Dressman,
O.F.M. Cap, pastor of St. Joseph's
parish. Dover, addressed the Bless
ed Martin study club recently on
“The Consecration of the Mass.”
The meeting was held in the
home of Mrs. Henry Fearon and
the topic “The Holy Victim” was
presented by.Mrs. Jordan Tambor
ini. The next meeting is scheduled
for this month. (Miss Dorothy His
rich, correspondent)
Convention reports were slat
ed for the regular monthly meet
ing of St. Mary’s (Columbus)
Parish Council of Catholic Worn-
Academy Mothers' Club
Plans Festive Evening
St. Joseph’s academy, Columbus,
will doff its scholastic robes Thurs
day evening, Oct. 25, and put on
the gay trappings of a fiesta when
the Mothers’ club stages its annual
fall festival and social party in the
auditorium, 331 East Rich street.
Proceeds of the event, which
will begin at 6 p. m., will go to
the Sisters of Notre Dame de Na
mur, who conduct the 76-year-oId
school.
Franklin Eyerman of 1071 Lilley
avenue, Columbus, is general
chairman of the festival, which
will feature many novel booths
and displays.
NAL for advocating “a dangerous
philosophy of convenience’’ 1 and
“moral opportunism.”
end, Thursday, Oct. 18, in the
school basement. Refreshments
were served during the social
hour.
Mrs. Mary Maxwell gave a trav
elogue when the Tuesday Study
Club of St. Mary’s parish, Marion,
opened the 1951 52 season recently
at the home of Mrs. C. L. Lawler.
A contribution was made to the
Marion Community Chest by the
group. Mrs. L. A. Axe. who will
head the club this year, presided
at the meeting and welcomed new
member Mrs. Martin Gass.
Mrs. Thurman Horn reviewed
“I Escaped An Atheist’s Call” at
the latest meeting of the Loy
ola Study Club of St. Joseph s
parish, Dover.
Mrs. Maurice Weigand and
Mrs. Ralph Doutt entertained,
with Mrs. F. C. Yeager presid
ing. A paper on “St. Therese of
the Little Flower,” was present
ed by Miss Helen Gross, and
Mrs. Vincent Weber gave “The
Current Religious Event.”
The 4th District of Ohio. Ladies
Auxiliary, Knights of St. John, will
be entertained by St. Georges
Auxiliary No. 2, Zanesville, on
Sunday, Oct. 21.
There will be a pot-luck dinner
at noon with the quarterly busi
ness meeting scheduled for 2 m.
Mrs. Mary Ehlerman. of Newark,
will preside at the meeting.
Fifty-eight members of the Al
tar and Rosary society of St.
Rose’s parish. New Lexington
met in the school hall recently.
Mrs. Martin Wollenberg will
be chairman for the November
meeting, assisted by Mrs. Wm.
Weiland and the Mdmes. John
Weiland, Harley Weidner. Ed
Welch. Wm. Walker, James Win
gardner. Dan Wollenberg, Joe
Wollenberg, Nora Wollenberg.
Thomas Young. Emmett Allen.
Isabelle Allen, Rose Allen and
Tony Altier. (Margaret Noon,
correspondent).
New officers of St. Rose of Lima
Circle of the Daughters of Isabelle
will he installed at the meeting
Nov. 7.
Doris Allen was named regent
and Cleo Sweeney, vice-regent. Re
tiring regent is Esther Moore.
Other officers for the coming
year are Hilda Allen, financial
secretary Teresa Walters, re
cording secretary: Ruth Johnson,
terasurer Mary Folk, monitor
Elizabeth Mooney, custodian.
Marie McCorry, chancellor Rose
Ann Euman, inner guard: Ce
celia Huston, outer guard Mar
guerite Gordon, banner bearer
Leoma Sorohan. organist Betty
Foster, scribe: Eulalia Gordon.
1st guide Irene Maxwell, 2nd
guide: and Nelle Saunders. Hel
en Hillis, and Mary Birkimer,
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