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St. Francis Class Of “33 Meets
NEWARK- I he 20th anniversary
of the graduation of the class of
1933 at St. Francis De Sales High
School was celebrated this past
week-end.
Class members attended a din
ner in the Center Cafe. Saturday.
Sunday, June 21. a class picnic was
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and Mrs. Frank Vanucci. secretary.
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Of Interest
To Women
The Rosary-Altar Society from
St Mary Magdalene parish will
hold an auction beginning at 11 a
m. on Tuesday, June 30, at the
shelter house on the school play
ground There will also be a parcel
posi table and several bargain la
bles. Lunch will be served at 1
p.m.
Miss Grace Price and Mrs. Frank
Erdy are co-chairmen. Mrs. Peter
Schmitz is telephone chairman,
and Mrs. John Martindale is in
charge of the luncheon. Mrs. Jo
seph Reis heads the collection com
mittee, and anyone washing to do
nate items should call Mrs. Reis at
JO 6048.
The Carmelite nuns of St. Ra
phael’s Home for the Aged, 1550
Roxbury Rd., have extended an
invitation to the public to attend
an Open House and Strawberry
Festival at the Home on Sun
day afternoon, lune 28.
B. Loughman
McAndrews are
the affair, and
by members of
Mrs. Stephen
and Miss Ellen
co-chairmen of
will be assisted
23 guilds in serving.
NEWARK—Officers were elect
ed by the Catholic Woman’s Club
following a recent dinner held in
the Hotel Warden.
Mrs. O. A. McFarlane was elect
ed president Mrs. Thomas Flan
nigan, vice-president Mrs. Paul
Lieber, corresponding secretary:
Mrs. Daniel Wilson. Misses Helen
Vogelmeier and Hazel Kirk
members of the executive
succeeding three retiring
bers.
Mrs. Arthur Hausmann
chairman of the hostess commit
tee for the June meeting and
serving with her were Mrs. Mil
dred Bell, Mrs. S. G. Lowendick,
Mrs. August Lieber. Mrs. Homer
Ronan. Misses Margaret Winters.
Genevieve Kates and Mary Reis
beck.
Te July meeting will be a pic
nic at the country Rome of Mrs Er
nest Young on July 9 and Mrs.
Daniel Wilson,
has announced
mittee:
retiring president,
the following com-
Young, chairman.
Mrs. Ernest
Mrs. Harry Hermann. Mrs. Frank
Coyne. Mrs. Charles Kozma. Mrs.'
Daniel Wilson, Mrs. Ross Stroth
ers. Mrs. John Hibbetts. Mrs. Thom
as Flannigan. Mrs. William Mc
Mahon. Jr., Mrs. Robert Ranney
and Miss Catherine Wilson.
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Nuns Join For Retreat
Over three hundred nuns will
begin their annual ten-day Retreat
at St. Mary of the Springs on June
30. Two Retreat Masters will con
duct the exercises Father C. L.
Davis, O.P.. of the Eastern Retreat
Band will preach ir the Convent
Chapel, while Father J. Baez
ler. OP., of St. Vincent Ferrer’s
Church, New York City, will con
duct the Retreat in the Chapel
Christ the King, Sansbury Hall.
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THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, JUNE 2ft, 1953
Offers I ariety
The school grounds of St. Jam
es the Less parish look like the
perfect setting for a Spring Festi
fal these days, and little wonder.
The seventh annual Spring Festi
val takes place there today. June
2f. and tomorrow.
as
board
mem
A committee of thirteen pari'h
oners has been working hard for
the past month preparing the
grounds and attractions for the big
occasion.
was
Committee members are: John
Tierney, chairman: Mrs. Dominic
DeCarlo, cake stand: Mrs. Joseph
McGovern, doll stand Mrs. Ches
ter Groce and Mrs. Al De Pietro,
food stand Mrs. William DuBrul.
parcel post stand: Mr. Robert
Locke and Mr. Al Renzetti, grocery
stand: Mrs. Henry DeVille, fancy
stand Mr. Fred Shackelton. re
freshments: Mr. Charles Marzetti
and Mr. Harold Klein, ham stand,
and LeRoy Suttner, lighting.
Many who attend the affair will
find one stand particularly inter
esting. The parcel post stand will
feature gift boxes, the contents of
which are unknown. One such gift
xvas solicited and obta ned from
Mrs. Dwight Eisenhower, the na
tion’s first lady.
Proceeds from the festival will
be used to defray the expenses
the new’ school addition.
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Si. Vlarv'h Announces
Summer Staff \ddiliona
Two layxvomen on the regular
faculty will also teach this sum
mer. Mrs Esther Zeller. 231 N.
Stanwood, will teach Geography.
Miss Helen V. Terry. 2035 Mar
garet Street, will conduct classes
in Spanish.
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MaryWaves Received Ry Papal Delegate
Hi* Excellency the Moat Rev. Archbishop Amleto Giovanni Ciognani, Apostolic Delegate to the
United States receives e group of newly enrolled MaryWaves at the Papal Delegation in Washington, fol
lowing a Communion Breakfast. The organization is composed of Catholic Waves. The group pictured is
stationed at Arlington (Virginia) Barracks of the U. S. Navel Receiving Station. (NC Photos)
200 Attend
Deanery Meet
In Coshoeton
COSHOCTON Approximately
200 women gathered in Sacred
Heart School auditorium recently
tor the semi-annual meeting oi the
northern deanerx. Columbus Di
ocesan Council of Catholic Wom
en. Speakers were Sistei M. Be
atrice. O.P., diocesan supervisor of
grade schools, and Fathei Ralph
Huntzinger.
Blessed
ark.
of
Txvo Dominican priests will aug
ment the summer faculty of the
College of St. Mary of the Springs.
Father T. Dittoe. O.P.. professor
at Newton College of the Sacred
Heart. Massachusetts, wi’ll give a
course on Theology. Father Paul
^Scanlon. O.P.. of Aquinas College,
will teach Ethics.
of
assistant pastor of
Sacrament Church, New-
Beatrice told the need for
in the schools of the di-
Sister
teachers
ocese. and of the requirements for
becoming a nun In dealing with
her subject "Vocations” she stated
that "anyone can enter the relig
ious life who has the right desire,
no impediments, is physically and
intellectually able
moral character.”
on “Vocations to
Father Huntzingei
must draxx close to God lor voca
tions. We can grow doser through
the Sacraments, especially the Sac
rament of Holy Communion.” He
stressed the important role that
mothers hold in
of their children
life.
and has a good
In his message
the Priesthood”
stated that “we
molding the lives
for their place in
opened with a
The program
prayer by Father Ambrose Freund
of New Philadelphia. Father
Charles Haluska. administrator of
Sacred Heart church, gaxe the
welcome address. Short talks
were given by Miss Patti Corbett,
general secretary of the Columbus
Diocesan Council, and Mrs. Frank
H. Vogel, diocesan chairman of re
ligious activities.
lions were given by the Sacred
Heart junior girls' choir directed
by Sister John Berchmans. O P.
Musical selec-
Greetings were extended by Mrs.
Alexander Glockner. Columbus,
president of the diocesan council.
She urged the women to carry on
the work of the council by inter
esting others, and complimented
them on their accomplishments.
A prayer for vocations closed
the meeting, lollowed by benedic
tion in Sacred Heart church.
Miss Jean Fondriest, Dover,
president of the northern deanery,
presided at the general meeting
and at the board meeting preced
ing. Among the guests presented
was Mrs. James Charles. Columbus,
a past president of the diocesan
council.
The parish council of St. Francis
de Sales. Newcomerstown, with
Mrs. Henry Kistler, president St.
Theresa. Wainwright, with Mrs.
Cecil Migoni, president and Sa
cred Heart parish, Coshocton, with
Mrs. Paul Johnson, president, were
hostesses.
Mrs. Francis X. Weaver was gen
eral chairman of arrangements for
the social hour. Other committee
members were
Grady, registration, assisted by
Mrs. Paul Freehill. Mrs. Vincent
P. Quill. Coshocton, and Mrs. Clem
Stute. Newcomerstown, and Mrs.
Edith Bonvechio. Wainwright: pro
gram. Mrs. Albert T. Royer: hos
pitality. Mrs. Walter Wagner. Mrs.
Myron Wilson, Mrs, George Matt.
Miss Ann McDevitt. Coshocton,
Mrs. Lawrence Shaloskey, New
comerstown. and Mrs Cecil Si
monetti. Wainwright: social. Mrs.
May Neighbor, Mrs. Frances Weav
er, Mrs. E. P. Hahn. Mrs. Raymond
Alverson, Mrs. Nora Dolick and
Mrs. Thomas Hamilton. Coshocton.
Mrs John Lobak. Newcomerstown,
and Mrs. Mary Besozzi. Wain
wright.
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BONN (Radio. NC) All Ger
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their Bishops to make the Feast of
SS. Peler and Paul (June 29) a dux
of prayer for the persecuted
Church.
At a preliminary observance of
the day of prayer, thousands of
Catholics gathered at the Bavarian
shrine of Altoetting and pledged
themselves to break the “conspir
acy of silence” surrounding the
sufferings of the Church in many
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