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St. Ann's Guilds
To Hold Harvest
Social, Nov. 6
Guilds of St. Ann's Hospital and
Children’s Home will hold their
first annual Harvest Social Friday,
Nov. 6, from 10:00 p. m. until 1:00
a. m. at Valley Dale. Chuck Selby’s
Orchestra will play for the occa
sion. Tickets, at $1.50 per person,
may be obtained at the door.
Mrs. Robert Ihlendorf, 528 E.
Jeffrey Pl., is chairman of the
event. She will be assisted by Mrs.
Lawrence Carpenter, co-chairman
Mrs. Charles Groezinger, 1510 Ash
land-av. ticket chairman Mrs. Fran
cis Gerling, publicity chairman, and
Mrs. Pat DeSa ntis, decorations
chairman.
Ticket committee members in
clude Mrs. Anthony Miceli, Mrs.
James Nolan, Mrs. Richard McCann,
Mrs. James Ritchey. Mrs. Robert
O’Neill. Mrs. Ralph Kramer, Mrs.
Edward Schneider. Mrs. Robert
Klarman, Mrs. John Morgan, Mrs.
William Lehner. Mrs. Edward Lom
bardo, Mrs. E. J. Heuckel, Mrs.
John J. Montell, Miss Nelle M.
Wiles and Mrs. Maye McKinstry.
The public is invited to attend.
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PTA NOTES
DOVER—Members of St. Joseph
Pl A heard various committee re
ports at their recent meeting. Mrs.
Carl Leiser, PTA chairman, presid
ed at the business sessions Mrs
Vincent Weber reported on the
Child Welfare Conference, held the
first Wednesday of each month at
Memorial Hall. Mrs. Clarence
Schilling, finance committee chair
man, reported her committee would
be selling sweaters and figurines
as their fund raising project.
The committee appointed for
First Friday breakfast for Novem
ber includes Mrs. Mildred S. Con
tini, Mrs. Clarence Schilling. Mrs.
Miller Munjas, Mrs. John Reilly
and Mrs. Pat Jerome. Mrs. John
Baio, membership chairman, re
ported P.T.A. membership at 287
members and Sister Mary Ganza
ga’s room won the attendance
award.
Mrs. Joseph Walsh, program
chairman, introduced Coach Joe
Drotovick who spoke on “Athletics
at St. Joseph.” He pointed out the
aims and various problems the ath
letic program presents. Kenneth
Aken, president of the athletic as
sociation, presented an overall pic
ture of the athletic program. Vin
cent Weber sang two solos and w as
accompanied by Mrs. Jerome Jur
gens. Mrs. Jurgens played two pi
ano solos.
Three Dover library board mem
bers, Dave Toomey, Walter Pre
torius and the Rev. Roy Grams,
were introduced by Mrs. Walsh.
They discussed the library bond is
sue. All members of the P.T.A.
present endorsed the issue.
Mrs. Leiser announced the No
vember meeting would be a Har
vest Shower for the Sisters in con
junction with the P.T.A. Mrs. Vic
toria Ellis donated a mystery box
which was won by Mrs. Baio. Mrs.
Michael Contini and Mrs. Edward
Finley, chairmen of room mothers
for the seventh and eighth grades,
served lunch.
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St. Agatha Women’s Club and
Parish Council of the DCCW will
unite in having a pot luck dinner
on Wednesday, Nov. 4, at 6:30 p.
m., in the cafeteria of St. Agatha
school. For an exchange of culin
ary ideas the members will bring
recipes of food delicacies contrib
uted to the dinner.
Mrs. Arthur Lenander has been
appointed chairman for the pot
luck. The assisting committee will
include Mrs. Ned Herrold, Mrs.
John Werner. Jr., Mrs. N. J. Fran
cisco, Mrs. Paul Weilbacher, Mrs.
S. John Cavallaro, Mrs. Ralph Ma
r, Mrs. Walter Harris, presi
of the
dent
Mrs.
the Parish
Uebbing
Joseph
the dinner, the regu
meeting of the socie
Following
lar monthly
ties will begin at 8 p. m. The speak
er, Mrs. Clifford Irey, will address
the group on matters of current
The Altar and Rosary Sodality
a euchre party Friday, Nov. 6,
at 8 p. m. in Ryan Hall, First and
Summit st. Miss Eleanor Chat
field, is general chairman, and is
being assisted by her mother, Mrs.
Nora Chatfield. Mrs. Jackie Pur
cell, Miss Cecilia Groarke. Mrs.
Mary Swartz and Miss Thelma
Ryan.
This party is open to the pub
lic and all are invited to attend.
Tickets can be secured at the
door that evening. Proceeds from
the school
the party will go into
fund.
The following officers have been
elected for the 1954 year Mrs.
James Gilmore, regent: Miss Nelle
Wile, vice-regent Miss Mary Cath
erine Howard, secretary Mrs. Lila
Roberts, treasurer Mrs. Charles
Burr, financial secretary: Mrs. Fred
Wein, scribe: Mrs. Rose Smith, first
guide Mrs. Agnes Zartman, second
guide Mrs. Anna Salvadore, outer
guard.
Miss Mary Montel, inner guard
Mrs. Helen Powers, monitor Mrs.
Jennie Schrantz, banner bearer
Mrs. Helen Korbel, custodian Mrs.
Johanna Savings chancellor Mrs.
Henry Thomas, Miss Helen Reilly
and Mrs. Clara Spangler, trustees
Mrs. Clara Taylor, past regent.
Mrs. Gilmore appointed the fol
lowing committee chairmen: Mrs.
George Lennon, membership Mrs.
Charles Burr, social Miss Nelle
Wile. Mrs. Clara Taylor and Mrs.
Burr, welfare and Mrs. Geyer.
Mrs. Katz, Mrs. Hirschman, Mrs.
Cunningham, Mrs. Kappes. Mrs.
Butt, Mrs. Richards. Mrs. Combine,
Mrs. Cline. Mrs. Clotts, Mrs. Spang
ler and Mrs. Korbel. telephone.
The Thanksgiving Bazaar and
Smorgasbord Dinner of St. Au
gustine's Church. Greenwich and
Loretta Avenues, will be held
Saturday, Nov. 21. at the school
hall. The Smorgasbord dinner
will be served from 4:00 to 8:00
p. m. The bazaar will be in prog
ress from 5 p. m. to midnight.
All proceeds derived will benefit
the church building fund. Ij^rs.
Donald Huntzinger and Mrs.
Blaeir suede and
Multi Sued, with
platforms.
The Corpus Christi PTA is sponsoring a Frolic to be held in the parish social hall, Nov. 6. Music
will be furnished by Al Baumbusch and his orchestra. Refreshments will be served and door prizes
will be awarded. Those completing plans for the Frolic are pictured above. They are, left to right, front
row, Mr. Joseph Slattery, Mrs. Ray Hockingberry, Mr. Ray Hockingberry and Mrs. Jack Krauss. Back
row, Mrs. Joseph Slattery, Mrs. James Wiltshire, Mr. James Wiltshire, Mrs. Warren Schwochon and
Mr. Warren Schwochon.
Of Interest To Women
By Our Correspondent
Dan Callaghan are co-chairmen.
The following ticket commit
tee. headed by James Whitehead
ed in the distribution of
“ts to the parishioners,
George Hess, Mrs. Phil
Brady, Mr. Bernard
Mrs theme of
William Morgan, Mrs
en King, Mr.
macher, Mr
Mrs.
Mrs. Francis
Marquette,
Heyde, Mr.
Mrs. Joseph
Kremer, Mr.
Ohle
and
Hess,
J. Dotter
Canter, Mrs.
Benadum, Mrs. Ruth
Mrs. George Van
and Mrs. S. Sabo,
Lowry, Mrs. R. Sapp. Mrs. R.
Thoma, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Rapp, Mrs. James Kremer, Mrs.
Eleanor Schmeltzer, Mrs. Oliver
Collins. Mr. and Mrs. James Teal,
Mrs. David Serio, Mrs. Madison
Tully. Mrs. Harvey VanHorn,
Mrs. Felix Borowitz, Mrs. Charles
Mercurio. Mrs. Samuel Palumbo,
Mrs. Dennis Clark.
On Wednesday, Nov. 4. at 8:00
p. m., a committee meeting of all
chairmen, workers and the ticket
committee body, will meet in the
school annex. Everyone is urged
to be present.
DOVER Miss Pauline Adams
was re-elected president of the
DCCW at St. Joseph's parish at the
October meeting. Other officers are
Mrs.
dent
meeting of
the Daugh-
The regular monthly
the Columbus Circle of
ters of Isabella will be held on Nov.
10 at 8 p. m. in the Chittenden Ho
tel.
Lester Doutt, Jr., vice-presi
Mrs. Louis Lagatta. secretary,
Mrs. William Marino, treas
of the November
a style show.
the Loyola Study
home of Miss Jean
meeting will be
Members of
Club met at the
Fondriest recently to hear
Albert Pfister review R. L. Bruck
berger's “Mary Magdalene Father
Pius Kaelin, O.F.M. Cap., discussed
the newr study books entitled “Ca
tholic Doctrine.” which were dis
tributed to the members. Mrs.
Txiw rence Newmver and Mrs. Ralph
Doutt are in charge of the next
meeting.
The St. Frances Romana Society
will have its next meeting on Wed
nesday. Nov. 4. at the auditorium.
581 S. High st., promptly at 8
o’clock.
Arrangements for a gala Christ-
Bishop Lane Honored
WASHINGTON Bishop Ray
mond A. Lane, M.M., Superior Gen
eral of Maryknoll, has been named
for the 1953 Peace Award of the
Catholic Association for Interna
tional Peace, it has been announc
ed here.
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The Holy Rosary Parish Coun
cil of Catholic Women is spon
soring a Communion Breakfast
for all women of the parish fol
lowing the 7:30 Mass, Sunday,
Nov. 1. Monsignor Roland T.
Winel Chancellor of the Colum
bus Diocese and Moderator of
the Columbus DCCW. will speak
at the breakfast.
Arrangements and prepara
tions for the occasion are being
taken care of by chairman of ar
rangements. Mrs. Emil Wilhelm
chairmen of hostesses, Mrs. Will
iam Kanpes chairman of tickets,
Miss Ella Forquer, and chairman
of decorations, Mrs. Robert
Stover.
meeting of the
of Catholic Wo
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at 3:00 High
with Father
P., pastor ol
Church
speaker.
Rea. Mr. Clarence
William Maloney.
White, Mrs. Murvin
are Father Willi
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William H. K. Tl
chairman of Ca
Benediction at St. Mary's, and re
freshments will be served immedi
ately afterward in the school
mas meeting for the month of De
cember will be made at this meet
ing.
St. Leo’s Altar-Rosary Sodality
Parish Council will hold a bake
sale in the School Hall, Sunday,
Nov. 1.
Novena
Services
OUR LADY OF THE MIRAC
ULOUS MEDAL NOVENA—
Mondays —St. Mary Magdalena
Church, Columbus 8:30 a.m.
(Mass and services). 10 a.m., 3
p.m., 4 p.m., 5:15 p.m., 6 p.m.,
6:45 p.m., 7:30 p.m 8:15 p.m.,
9 p.m.
ST. ANTHONY NOVENA—St.
Peter's Church Columbus—
Tuesdays, 7:30 pm
OUR MOTHER OF PERPETU
AL HELP NOVENA—St. Chris
topher's church, Columbus—
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m
INFANT OF PRAGUE NO
VENA St. uadislaus church,
Columbus Wedesdays, 7:30
p.m.
SORROWFUL MOTHER NO
VENA Holy Cross Church,
Columbus— Fridays 11:30 a.m.
(Mass and services), 12 noon, 3
p.m., 5:20 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
SACRED HEART NOVENA—
Sacred Heart Church Columbus
—Friday, 7:45 m.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
NOVENA St. Leos church,
Columbus—Friday 7:30 p.m.
INFANT OF PRAGUE NO
VENA St. lohn the Evange
list Church Columbus Sun
days, 7:30 p.m
INFANT OF PRAGUE NO
VENA Holy Family Church,
Columbus—Sundays 7:30 p.m.
OUR LADY OF FATIMA NO
VENA—St. Aloysius Church, Co
lumbus—Sundays 7:45 p.m.
Pastors are requested to no
tify the Catholic Times, PO
Box 636 Columbus when no
vena services are started or
resumed in order to insure
publication in *his column.)
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