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NEWARK At the recent meet
ing the members of the St. Francis
de Sales PTA elected these oft jeers
for the coming year: Robert Mc
Cann, president Thomas Groce,
vice-president Mrs. Richaid Cart
nal, secretary and Mrs. Thomas
O Toole, treasurer. Entertainment
was furnished by the high school
glee club.
The PTA from St. Joseph’s Ca
thedral parish will meet in the
school at 2:30 p.m. on Sundav, Apr.
St. Leo’s PTA welcomed Fa
ther Robert Schmidt former as
sistant pastor, as guest speaker
at their April 16 meeting. New
officers were also elected. The
second and third grade mothers
served on the refreshments com
mittee. Mrs. Arthur Widmaier
was chairman, assisted by Mrs.
Thomas Cahill and Mrs. Paul
St. Michael's PTA will meet Sun
day afternoon at 3 o’clock. Father
Richard Schalk from the Josephin
um will speak on the benefits of
a religious education.
A committee of first grade moth
ers headed by Mrs. Burton Mock
and Mrs. Neil Hintershied will be
in charge of the social hour.
St. Peter’s P.T.A.. Chillicothe.
Ohio, will sponsor a card party,
Thursday. April 16. at the school
auditorium. Mrs. Donald Fields
is general chairman.
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BUFFALO. N. Y. (NC) —Two
members of the Hierarchy from the
Buffalo diocese have enplaned for
Vatican City. They are Archbishop
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Roast Reef Dinner At St. Leo's Apr. 19
A big roast beef dinner is being plann-ed by the St. Leo parish PTA, Columbus, for Sunday, Apr. 19.
from 12:00 noon to 6:30 p. m. The dinner will be served in the school hall, Bruck-st at Frebis ave. Cost
of the dinner is $.1 00 for adults, 75 cents for children. Pictured above *re left to right, Mrs. Henry
Webb and Mrs. James Snyder, co-chairmen for the affair, and their assistants, Mrs. Anthony Smigelski,
Mrs. Arthur Wedmaier, Mrs. Arnold Plageman and Mrs. Arthur Bushman. Proceeds from the dinner
will finance the eighth grade party and the school picnic scheduled for later in the year.
•Justine Pauly. Director of Indus
trial relations at the Zanesville
plant of the Mosaic Tile Company
lias been named chairman of the
Industrial Employees division of
the Good Samaritan Hospital Sl.
building fund campaign.
Assisting Mr. Pauly in directing
the hospital's appeal to employees
oi industry are Cecil C. Fulton,
president Zanesville Federation of
Labor Edward Mills, of Shellmar
Products Rolla Deaver of Line Ma
terial: Attorney John Rericha and
Arthui B. Ferguson, president of
Muskingum Co. C.l.O. Council.
“This is the biggest challenge
we people of the Zanesville area
have ever faced.” said Mr. Pauly
following the first meeting of his
cabinet this week. “It is a cooper
ative effort for the benefit of our-
selves, our families and our
friends. Further, it is an oppor
tunity for industries and employees
of industries to strengthen the
value of their hospital insurance
plans. Corporations, employees and
every family in the area will need
to subscribe to the limit of their
ability,” concluded Mr. Pauly.
Campaign leaders were encour
aged this week by the unanimous
endorsement of the Hospital’s
building fund campaign by the
Zanesville Federation of Labor.
Organization of two committees
completed this week were the
Clubs and Organizations Commit
tee headed by Dr. Mary Brown
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Assisting on the Clubs and Or
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Fred L. Bohn. William A. Comer.
Mrs John A. Finan. Robert W.
Forker, Cecil C. Fulton, Mr.. Opal
Keck. Mrs. Marvin W. Lewis. Mrs.
Dewitt Pitcock. John C. Ringhisen.
Mrs. Marie Rodeniser. Mrs. Wel
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Mayor William G. Watson.
Serving on the National Firms
Committee with Charles Miller are
Div id W Armstrong, assistant post
master, retired: Carl F. Belkofer.
District Manager. Gulf Refining
Company: William M. Corry. Man
aging Director. Zanesville Cham
ber of Commerce: Dari S. Dovers
pike. Manager, J. C. Penney Co.:
Lester P. Dyckman. Manager. Kres
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CarJ L. Flowers. Manager. Bordan’s
Dairy: Edmund Howard. Headley
Inn Farm Products Albert F.
Lichte. Manager. Big Bear Market
Miss Bernadette M. Liston. Man
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Patrick M. O’Block. Manager. Mer
cury Match Corporation: Howard
Robinson. Manager. Keller.
Kirschner. Martin and Clinger
Gerald J. Roth. Manager. Citizens
Budget Co.: Howard H. Smith. Man
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tif B. Sousley. Manager. National
Cash Register Co.: Forrest G.
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St. Mary’s parish has planned a
spaghetti dinner on Saturday. Ap
ril 18. in the school cafeteria from
5 to 8 p.m. Adult tickets are $1.00,
children s S.50.
At the same time there will be a
bazaar in the school auditorium
featuring home-made cakes, can
dies, groceries and other items.
The public is invited, with pro
ceeds going to the Grade Schoo)
Development Fund.
The St. Mary P.C.C.W will meet
in tne school basement on Tues
day, April 28. at 8 p.m. Mrs. Con
stance Nichols, Deanery Chairman
of Social Action, will be the guest
speaker. A social hour will follow.
The members of Notre Dame
Alumnae will hold their annual
card party and style show at St.
Joseph Academy, 331 East Rich
Street, at 8 p.m. Tuesday. April
Co-chairmen for the affair are
Mrs. Richard Lannan and Mrs.
Joseph J. Zuber. Members of the
Columbus Chapter who will as
sist them are Mrs. William Lang,
tickets Mrs. Paul Weilbacher,
Mrs. Richard Williams, and Mrs.
Theodore Miller, door prizes:
Mrs. Andrew Oliva, Mrs. Robert
Ritchey, and Mrs. Justin Henley,
raffle Miss Catherine Gerhold,
candy: and Mrs. Dudley Galla
gher, style show.
Miss Dorothea Greene will be
commentator for’* the style
show, which will be presented
by Roberts. Tickets may be ob
tained from members of the
Guilds of St. Joseph Academy, or
at the door.
DELAWARE The ladies of St.
Mary’s Suburban Club are present
ing their annual Spring Festival on
Sunday. April 19. in St. Mary’s aud
itorium. starting at 4 p. m. Plan
ned to be bigger and better than
any previous one. this year’s festi
val will feature a chicken dinner
with all the trimmings, as well as
many amusements for everyone.
St. Leo’s P.C.C.W, and Altar
Rosary Sodality are sponsoring
a Rummage Sale at 346 S. Fourth
St. on April 27 and 28. Those
having articles for the sale
should take them to the school
hall, or call Mrs. George Dorn at
GA. 9798. or Mrs. Anthony Ko
las at GA. 1418.
St. Peters parish will hold its
annual. post-Easter bridge and
euchre party on Friday, April 24.
beginning at 8:15 p.m.. in the
school building. The public is in
vited, and parking is available on
the school grounds.
The Rosary-Altar Confraterni
ty of St. Mary Magdalene parish
met on April 16 with Father
James McEwan, chaplain of the
Newman Club at Ohio State,
serving as guest speaker. He in
troduced two foreign exchange
students who spoke about their
native countries. The group had
refreshments and a social hour
The Holy Family High School
Mothers Club will hold a euchre
party in the school cafeteria on
Wednesday, April 22. at 1:30 p.m.
Everyone is welcome.
On Sunday. April 19, the wom
of St. Joseph's Cathedral par
ish Altar Society will receive
Communion at 9 o’clock Mass.
NEWARK Mrs. Ernest Reed
er entertained the Newark branch
of the St. Mary of the Springs Col
lege Alumnae recently in her
home. Plans were made to take the
girls from the junior and senior
classes at St. Francis de Sales high
school on a tour of the College on
May 24. The group read and dis
cussed the fourth session from the
Christophers Career Guidance
Holy Rosary parish w ill hold a
bazaar on Saturday, April 25, in
the church basement. A lunch
stand will start serving sand
wiches, coffee and other refresh
ments at 5 p.m.. and the bazaar
will get under way an hour later.
Proceeds will be used to reduce
the debt on the new convent.
J. B. Hughes is general chair
man, with Emil Wilhelm assist-
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co-chairmen of women s commit
tees, and John Stattmiller and
Louis French are in charge of
St. Clara Auxiliary No. 291 of
the Knights of St. John is sponsor
ing a card party at St. Augustine
school hall on Friday, April 17. at
8:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome,
Mrs. C. Brigel and Mrs. O. E.
Benedcle are co-chairmen.
The April meeting of the Cath
olic Women’s League will be at
eight o'clock Monday April 20.
at the Ohio State Archaeological
Museum. High Street at 15th
Avenue. The members and guests
will hear an address by Father
George Fulcher, assistant pastor
at St. Joseph’s Cathedral. Father
Fulcher spent two years at the
Angelicum College in Rome and
will speak on his extensive Euro
pean travels.
Mrs. B. Crawford will be in
charge of the meeting/ and as
sisting her as hostesses will be
Miss Lenore Adams. Miss Eva
Bailes. Miss Bernadette Blu
baugh. Miss Mary Blubaugh. Mrs.
W. B. Freas. Miss Josephine Far
ley. Mrs. Alex McIntosh and
Mrs. W. P. Fitzgerald.
of the St. Rose of Lima Circle,
Daughters of Isabella, met recent
ly at the Knights of Columbus
Club. Miss Cleo Sweeney, regent,
will be delegate to the group’s
state convention in Zanesville in
May. Miss Donald Stalter is the
alternate. A social hour followed
the meeting which marked the
eighteenth anniversary of the
DENNISON —Altar Society
members from St. Theresa’s,
Wainwright. St. Paul’s. Mid
vale. and Sacred Heart parish in
New Philadelphia were guests at
the recent meeting of the
P.C.C.W. and Altar Society of
St. Mary's parish.
The choir girls from St. Mary’s
school introduced for the first
time in Tuscarawas County two
songs written in honor of the
Sesquicentennial Year. One was
“Ohio”, and the other. “My Beau
tiful Ohio Home.” Sister Mary
Lucille was the director.
Mrs. Nell Dooling will be
chairman of the lunch commit
tee at the next meeting on May
5. The two groups will observe
Finest la
Communion Sunday on April 19
and will attend a Holy Hour
from 3 to 4 in the afternoon.
The Aquinas Mothers’ Club will
have its last project of the year
on Thursday evening. April 23,
when a smorgasbord dinner will be
held at the school cafeteria.
Mrs. George Connett and Mrs.
Emerson Ort are the co-chairmen
for this affair They will be assist
ed by Mrs. John Casserly, Mrs. Ste
phen Kelly, Mrs. Major Woodyard,
Mrs Louise Eberhart. Mrs. John
Lawler. Mrs. James Miller. Mrs.
Robert Orendorff. All friends of
the school are invited, and tickets
may be obtained from any of the
members of the Mothers’ Club or
at the school that night.
A social hour followed the regu
lar monthly meeting of the Altar
Society and Diocesan Council of
Catholic Women of St. Thomas the
Apostle parish. Columbus, in the
school hall on Wednesday. Apr. 15.
Austrian High School Student
Exchange’’ was the topic for dis
cussion at St. Peter's Parish
Council meeting. Friday evening.
Mrs. Peter King was introduced
by Mrs. David Tow ell. program
chairman. Mrs. King was former
ly Director of the Exchange Stu
dents Program for the N.C.W.C..
Washington, D.C. A short busi
ness meeting preceded the talk,
conducted by the president. Mrs.
Edwin Wolfe Entertainment was
provided by Miss Castor, a stu
dent at Gatholic Central High
School, who was accompanied by
Mrs. Kent Castor Father Francis
Kreuskamp gave the closing
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DOVER—Mrs. Ralph Schupbach
recently elected president of St
Anthony’s Study Club of St. Jo
seph’s Church here has appointed
committees. Named to the Pro­
gram Committee were Mrs. Casper
Contini Jr. and Mrs. Munjas while
Mrs. Edward Finley and Mrs.
George Chaudrue comprise the So
cial Committee
Guests included Father David
Dressman, O.F.M Cap., Mrs. Jo
seph Walsh and Mrs. John Reilly.
On the program were Mrs.
George Spiker, who gave a paper
on the Resurrection, and Mrs. Con
tini. who gave an account of the
life of St. Rose of Lima. The cate
chism lesson on Sacramentals had
been prepared by Mrs. Schupbach.
Discussion which followed was led
by Fr Dressman.
The next meeting will be at the
home ol Mrs. Philip Margletta.
Our Lady Of Peace, PCCW, Co
lumbus. will hold a special meet
ing Tuesday, Apr. 21, at 8:30
m. to which all are invited.
Father James McLarney. S.T.D.,
O.P., of St. Joseph Priory, Somer
set. will speak on “Family Home
and Prayer.’’
A style show at 8:30 will be a
part of the program for the Nation
al Council of Catholic Women of
St. Joseph's Church of Dover at an
8 o'clock meeting April 16’ in St.
Joseph’s School here. Door prizes
will be awarded.
Members of the Blessed Martin
Study Club of St. Joseph’s Church
of Dover studied the wisdom liter
ature of the Bible when they met
last evening in the home of Mrs.
Robert Tolotti of 846 Crater ave.
Father Dressman led the dis
cussion which followed.
Roll call was answered by nam
ing one of the 10 Commandments.
Guests included Mrs. Louis La
gatta and Mrs. Ernest Lagatta, both
of Dover.
The next meeting will be at the
home of Mrs. Lester Doutt Jr.
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