Rural Life Conference Set
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (NC)
The 1953 annual meeting of the
National Catholic Rural Life Con
ference will be held here in Kan
sas City from September 21 to 24,
it has been announced. The Bish
op said that the convention will
specialize in workshop meetings
for diocesan directors
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Chicken and ham dinners will
feature the annual summer festival
at St. Joseph's Church, Sugar
Grove, on Tuesday, June 23. Serv
ing begins at 5 p. m.
a e s, entertainment and
awards will feature the events.
Father Robert Schmidt, former
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ST. LOUIS (NO Where
happy courtship and marriage are
concerned, that old adage “oppo
sites attract'1 is disputed by a wide
Dr Clement S. Mihanovich, di
rector of St. Louis University's so
ciology department, contends that
in the choice oi a mate similarities
are the rule especially in matters
of religion, family background and
interests. He contends that simi
larities are advisable in .such other
matters as intelligence, education
and recreational interests.
In an article in The Voice of St.
Jude, national Catholic monthly
magazine. Dr. Mihanovich recom
mends nine qualities in the selec
tion of a mate—similarity of re
ligion, high moral character, af
fection. health, intelligence, inter
est in home life, recreational
terests, education and a sound
nancial status at the beginning
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"Accept Thia Service That I Do
Sociologist Contends Marriage
Dr. Mihanovich gave a tip to
girls don't many a man to reform
him. It's as “dangerous as playing
with lire.' He said that among the
fan sex. the position of secretary
is the one that is most likely to
lead to marriage and that of physi
cian the one least likely.
Other jobs lor women in the or
der of the likelihood of leading to
marriage are listed as follows by
Dr. Mihanovich: actress, bookkeep
er, stenographer, journalist, sales
woman. store clerk, hostess, buyer,
nurse, lawyer, teacher, dietitian,
librarian and social worker.
His research led to the convic
tion that company keeping for less
than a year or more than three
years leads to a lower percentage
of marital happiness and that mar
riages ol persons attending college
are for the most part failures be
cause ot the many educational, fi
nancial and personal hazards.
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“A mother's work is never done."
Any mother can testify to the ver
acity of that statement. There
must be at least a hundred jobs
that have to be done in the course
of one day. Most of them are of a
routine nature, making them all
the more difficult. Probably the
biggest task a mother has,—surely
the one she is called on to do most
often, is the task of cleaning up
a sink full of dirty dishes, pots and
pans. And how many times is she
required to stop in the course of
her work to allay the thirst of a
little son or daughter? How many
times does she have to stop to care
for a cut finger or scraped knee?
Mrs. Patrick J. Feeney of Holy Ros
ary parish, Columbus, is pictured
here in some typical scenes all too
familiar to mothers This little
prayer, written by Cecily Hallack
and carried in the NCCS-VA Hos
pital News, is one composed espec
ially with a mother's day in mind:
"Lord of all pots and pans and
things, since I've no time to be
A saint by doing lovely things, and
watching late with Thee.
Or dreaming of the dawning, or
watching Heaven's gates—
Make me a saint by cleaning pans,
and washing up the plates.
Although I must have Martha's
hands, I have a Mary mind.
And when I clean the boots and
shoes. Thy sandals Lord I find.
I dream of how they trod the earth,
what time I scrub the floor.
Forgive these meditations, Lord,
haven't time for more.
Warm Thou this kitchen with Thy
love, and light it with Thy peace.
Forgive me all my murmurings, and
make my grumblings cease—
Thou Who didst love to give men
food, in homes or by the sea,
Accept this service that I do, I
it unto Thee.
19 5 3
Sister Mary Ruth. O.P., librar
ian at St. Mary oi the Springs Col
lege, will attend the American Li
brary Association Convention in
Lov Angeles. June 21-27. She is
also scheduled to attend the Pre
Conference on Audio-Visual Mater
ials to be conducted at the new TV
station of the University of Cali
fornia in Los Angeles.
Meanwhile, two other sisters
from the College will attend Home
Economics meetings in Kansas
City. Mo. Sister M. Brigetta. O.P.,
and Sister M. Clestine. O.P., will
represent St. Mary's at the seventh
annual meeting of the National Ca
tholic Counci.1 on Home Economics
at the College of St. Theresa. Kan
sas City, on June 22. Sister Brig
etta is treasurer of the organiza
One of the highlights of the
meeting will be a panel discussion
by graduates of Catholic colleges
now actively engaged in home
making on the theme “Strength
ening Family Bonds
Later. Sisters Brigetta and Ce
lestine will participate in the an
nual convention of the American
Home Economics Association
which will be held in the Munici
pal Auditorium in Kansas City.
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Members of the
ing to the school fund. Margaret
DiGuiliano has been named chair
man for this affair and also for the
group's next luncheon.
Society and PCCW of Immac
Conception parish are plan
a spaghetti dinner in the
future with the proceeds go-
This Sunday, June 21. will be
Communion Sunday, and there will
be a Holy Hour from 3 to 4 in the
Last week the ladies held a wie
ner roast at
the City Park. The
is set for July 7.
Father Pius Kae
husbands of mem-
lin and the
bers were guestit when the lx»y
ola Study Club held its annual
picnic at City Park on Wednes
day evening. Mrs. Wajter Stager
was chairman of the committee
Altar Society members of St.
Joseph Cathedral parish will re
ceive Communion at the ft o clock
Mass this Sunday. June 21.
Mrs Margaret Maurey was elect
ed president of the DCCW at St
Aloysius parish at the last meet
ing. Other new officers are: Mrs
Isabel Thompson, vice-president
Mrs. Mary Schleup treasurer and
Mrs. Miriam Neas. secretary. The
group ha planned a tea on Jun?
24. to which members are inviting
The Christian Mothers of St. Al
oysius will hold their regular
monthly meeting in the Annex on
Monday. June 22. at 8 o'clock. Fa
ther George Fulcher will be the
guest speaker. Members will meet
in the Annex before Mass on Sun
day. June 21. and will receive Com
munion in a body.
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Friday evening by the past presi
dent Mrs Edwin Wolfe, in St.
Fathei Petpj McEwan gave the
opening pra.vei He thanked the
past officers and congratulated
th? newly installed officers.
Those installed were Mrs.
Kearns Stanton, piesident vice
piesident Mi-. Malcolm Sproat
secy. Mrs Norman Mahaffey:
treasurer Mis* Margaret Rieder.
Mrs. Russell Wright, pansh
chairman of International Rela
tions of the N C.C.W spoke con
cerning th? exchange of German
NEWARK At a combined
meeting of the Rosary Altar Soci
ety and NCCW ot Blessed Sacra
ment parish th? following officers
were elected for the coming year:
that arrange the redding
Ask any couple how many phone calls
add up to a wedding from the first
dating calls to the flurry of wedding
arrangements lining up brides
maids making dates for fittings
planning the honeymoon apart
Ask any family how many steps are
saved, errands run and joys shared by
telephone during such busy, happy times.
Yes your telephone plays a big part
in the big moments of your life. It’s a
real buy in joy, comfort
and convenience for
pennies a day!
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Store Hours, Monday 12:30 to 9 P. M.—Other Days 9:30 to 5:30 P. M.
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The St. Joseph Cathedral parish
PTA will meet Sunday. June 21,
at 2 30 p. m. in the school.
Mrs. Max Noland, president Mrs.
Don Madgtsh. vice president Mrs.
Bernard .Moats, secretary and
Mrs. Bernard Gorius, treasurer.
Twenty five members attended
the Northern Deanery meeting
held recently in Coshocton.
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