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DOVER—Members of the NCCW
of St. Joseph parish will sponsor a Valentine covered dish supper in St. Joseph School Hall on Feb. 18. The chairman. Mrs. Clarence Shill ing, will be assisted by Mrs. Rob ert Tolotti. Mrs. Robert Visintam er, Miss Jean Fondriest and Mrs. Jay Langford. The fathers and mothers of the St. Joseph Band members will spon sor a pre-Lenten card party on Tuesday evening. March 2. GROVEPORT St. Mary’s parish is planning a Mardi Gras to be held Saturday, Feb. 27, in the Lithopolis Municipal Building. Committee workers under the chairmanship of Miss Martha Murray, met in the par ish social hall last night, Feb. 4, HEATS QUICKER STAYS HOTTER IRONS FASTER Every woman wunts a Sun beam Ironmaster—finest gift of them all. Start ironing in 30 seconds after you con nect it. JEasy-to-see, easy-to set Thumb-tip Heat Regula tor up in the handle, con veniently marked for all types of fabrics. Hoermle’s GA. 2195 GA. 2196 1894 Parsons Ave. Black suede and Multi Suede with platforms. Of Interest To W omen —By Our Correspondent*-------------------- :____ to make further plans for the event. St. James the less Altar Society is planning a Smorgasbord dinner to be held Saturday, Feb. 6. from 5 until 9 p. m.. in the school hall. A delicious assortment of meats, vegetables, casseroles, relishes, sal ads, breads, pastries and beverages will be featured. Tickets are now on sale and may be purchased from any member of the Altar So ciety, or at the door. Prices are SI.00 for adults, 60c for children. Mrs. Carroll Glaser heads the committees as general chairman. Assisting her are Mrs. Fred Rich ards, dinner chairman Mrs. Roger Singer and Mrs. Vincent Hickey, ticket chairmen Mrs. Vincent De Felice. pastries Mrs. William Du Brul, dining room Mrs. Ellen Mc Govern, kitchen Mrs. John Mel vin. cleaning detail. Mrs. E. E. Vaughan is in charge of the raffle —a Westinghouse electric roaster. An invitation is being extended to the public to attend, and enjoy this very fine dinner. The St. Mary Parish Council is sponsoring a baked good sale in the library. 691 S. Third St., Sunday, Feb. 7. from 7:30 a. m.* until 3 p. m. Mrs. J. Corcoran is general chairman. The public is invited. The Altar Society will have a pot luck supper in the school basement Tuesday. Feb. 9. at 6 30 p. m. Each member is to bring a covered dish. The regular monthly meeting will follow. Further information can be ob tained from the president, Mrs. L. Reidelbach. DI. 1298. Members whose initials begin with the letters R. S and are in charge of the Altar Society social during February. Mrs. R. Trott and Mrs. E. Stehle head the group. The St. Mary Parish Council Library. 692 S. Third St., is open every Sunday after all the Mass es. Fulton Oursler’s “The Great est Story Ever Told’’ is now avail able. Book rental is 10 cents per week. Religious articles can also be obtained. Miss Regina Green, MA. 0785, is in charge. CORNING—The Catholic Ladies of Colombia, Council 197, will sponsor a euchre party Thursday. Feb. 11. in the Eagles Hall at 8 p. m. There will be a'fine selec tion of prizes. Pie. cake and sand Fii for Your Feet VAwMrWl An outstanding casual stylo which leads a "double life" (street or dress). Cushioned soles bring the clouds under your feet. AAA to B's 4's to I O s 200 E. STATE ST. 1373 GRANDVIEW IK. ■r-. V A ^DOLLARS/ BUYING Renew Your Catholic Times Subscription Through Your Pastor wiches will be served after the party. The public is invited. Members of the St. Catharine Parish Council will have a pot luck supper in the school cafe teria Wednesday, Feb. 10. at 6:45 p. m. The women are asked to bring their favorite covered dish or dessert. At 8 p. m. the regular monthly meeting will be held. Hostesses for the evening’s en tertainment will be Mrs. Victor I-a Grave. Mrs. Richard l^innan and Mrs. Elmer Jacobs. St. Ann Guild No. 27b will hold its February meeting this Satur day, Feb. 6. at the home of Mrs. Katherine Gilmore, 514 Kelton Ave. WAINWRIGHT Miss Jose phine Berlendis, president of the St. Theresa Altar Society, has named these chairmen to serve for the year: Mrs. Pete Cardani, religious activity Mrs. Emilio Cardani. international re lations. and Mrs. Guy Sciarini, Catholic charities. The society has voted to send money to its adopted family three times a year. Lunch was served at the recent meeting by Mrs. Steve Gorneck, Mrs. Serafino Basozzi, Mrs. An gelo Parolini and Mrs. Alex Bon vechio. Jr. Four new members were added to the group at this session. The social committee for Feb ruary includes Mrs. Joseph Bon elli, Mrs. Pete Berlendis, Mrs. Joseph Sani and Mrs. Cecil Mi gon i. Tonight, Feh. 5. at 8:30 p. the mothers of the St. Clara Jun ior Auxiliary of St. Augustine Church, Loretta and Greenwich Axes., will sponsor a euchre party in the school annex. Mrs. Bernard Kost, chairman, and Mrs. Ott Bendele. co-chairman, will be assisted by Mrs. Felix Bor owitz. Mrs. John Goodrich, Mrs. Dan Callaghan, Mary Shover. Mary Posani. Mrs. Elmer Linke. Mrs. Vannelli. Mrs. Joe O'Neil, and Mrs. Joe Essman. The following junior members will sell soft drinks and serve home-made pies, cake and coffee: Donna Tucci. Nancy Neely. Sylvia Shover. Carol Bendele. and Rose mary Kost. There will be a fine selection of prizes for the winners. The public is cordially invited., COSHOCTON—The third of a aeries of talks on "Marriage'’ was given by Msgr. Joseph E. Mc Glynn. when the Sacred Heart Parish Council met in the school hall recently. Plans were made for a card party tn be held in the near future. Social chair men for the evening were Miss Rose Weston. Miss Margaret Wes ton and Miss Bertha Dolick. “The Long. Ixtng Trailer" by Clifton Twiss, was reviewed by Miss Helen Gorman, when the Snalding Cluh met in the home nf Mrs. Mav Neighbor. The next meeting will be at the Coshocton museum. The Holv Rosary Parish Council, at its regular monthly meeting February 10. will have as its guest speaker Sister Francois. Director of the Diocesan Guidance Center. The meeting will he held at 8 p. m. in the Parish Hall with Mrs. Emil Wilhelm in charge. Social Chairman Mrs. Joseph J. Sauter will be assisted by Mrs. Frances Kerin. Miss Alice Saile, Mrs. Ivan Pusicker. Miss Beatrice Muldoon. Mrs. Robert Fitzsimmons. Mrs. Adrian Durant. Mrs. James Uhl, ^nd Mrs. Arthur Van deWalle. The regular monthly luncheon and games narty of the Newman Mothers’ Club will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 10. at 12:30 in Newman Hall. 1946 Iuka Ave. Mrs. Henry Holden and Mrs. My ron Dolan are co-chairmen for the party, and everyone is in vited to attend. The Altar and Rosary Society of Our Lady of Victory parish spon sored a stvle show Wednesday, with Mrs. Scott of the House of Fashion presenting spring crea tions modeled bv these members of the society: Mrs. Roger Knott, Mrs. David Stenger, Mrs. T. A. Campbell. Mrs. John Klinker. Mrs. Carl Eberst, Mrs. Tom Vhintine. Mrs. J. P. Lvnch and Mrs Rosetti. Mrs. Carl Sterne was the com mentator. A pot-luck sunner preceded the style show in Victorv Hall, with Mrs. John Moore as chairman.. The regular monthly meeting of St. Elizabeth Auxiliary, No. 3, will be held Wednesday. Feb. 10. at 581 S. High St. All those members whose last names be gin with the letters S and will serve on the refreshment’ and entertainment committee. Mrs. Mildred Schafhausen is chairman of the committee, assisted by co-chairman Mrs. Betty Schei bel. The Altar Society of St. John the Evangelist Parish will hold its monthly meeting tonight, Feb. 5, in the school hall. The St. Agatha Women’s Club and PCCW will have their an nual dinner meeting Wednesday, Feb. 10. at 6:30 p.m., in the Grandview Inn, 1127 Dublin Rd. The guest speaker for the occa sion will be Father James J. Mc Larney, O.P., S.T.D., rector of St. Joseph Priory, Somerset. Mrs. John B. Breen,. 2359 Coventry Rd., program chairman, will in- Mrs. William H. Dalton of Au gusta, Me., president of NCCW. thanked President Eisenhower for the honor accorded the board of directors and told the Chief Execu tive that the women were edified by his example in trying to bring spiritual values into public af fairs. It was then that the President told the women that a spiritual basis is necessary for all free gov ernment. He inquired of the wom en concerning the work of the NCCW and complimented them up on it. When it was observed that the President s office is a strenu ous one. the Chief Executive told his visitors that it is necessary to have a love of people in order to carry on arduous works. Archbishop Cicognani told the representatives of the NCCW that “by your programs you have provided substant:al assistance to your spiritual shepherds, includ ing the Hoiy Father, in their works of charity in parochial and diocesan programs of Catho lic Action you take an active and leading part and you also promote good press, social serv ice, and other activities import ant to the mission of the Church.” “It is easy Io understand.” His Excellency added, “that your un dertakings require privations and sacrifices and that they occasion ally encounter opposition. Your ac complishments speak for them selves.” Bound To Share The Apostolic Delegate told the women that those who possess trea sures or extraordinary gifts, ma terial or spiritual, natural or su pernatural. are socially bound by that very fact to share them with the community.* “Within the gold of the Church this truth acquires a larger and more extensive application be cause the Church is a Mystical Body—Christ, the Head, and all of us the members," the Apostolic Delegate continued. “The Sacra ments, goodness, virtues, the grace of God are gifts, spiritual riches. One possesses these treasures not English Benedictine Abbot Dies At 75 LONDON (NC) Abbot George Bruno Hicks. O.S.B.. who spent all his priestly life at Down side, the famed English Benedict me abbey and college, died at Bath at the age of 75. He went to Downside shortly after his ordina tion in 1904. troduce Father McLarney. Guests of honor will be Mrs. Alexander Glockner, president of the DCCW, and Miss Mary Louise Hendricks, president, cen tral deanery of the DCCW. General chairman for the din ner will be Mrs. Charles Riesen berger, 2801 Doncaster Rd. Mrs. Thomas Noone. 2375 Kensington Rd., will be decorations chair man. Resen ations for members of the two groups may be made with Mrs. Riesenberger. -----------------0---------------- How can you fail to make th* kale? Get money in »caa» by using wan* ads. THE HOUSE OF TREASURES lerhofj Jewel era Watches—Diamonds—Jewelry 1580 N. High St. UN. 7149 Columbus I, Ohio PRECISION REPAIRING President Commends N.C.C.W. When the board of directors of the National Council of Catholic Women met in Washington a few days ago, President Dwight D. Eisenhower received the members in his office at the White House. The President congratulated the Council on its work. The President is shown here shak- ing hands with Mrs. William H. Dalton of Augusta, Me., president of the N.C.C.W. At the extreme left is Mrs. Eunice Liberto of San Antonio Texas, second vice-president, with Mrs. Michael Geraci of University Heights, Ohio, first vice-president at the extreme right. Others pictured in the back ground are, left to right, Mrs. August G. Desch, Evanston, III. Mrs. A. Calvert Haws, Los Angeles, Cal. Mrs. James Lynci, New Brunswick, NJ. Mrs. R. C. Mahon, Iron River, Mich. Mrs. Thomas R. Patterson, Superior, Wis. and Miss Margaret Wall, Topeka, Kansas. NCCW Leaders Received Bv Apostolic Delegate, President WASHINGTON—(NC)—The National Council of Catholic Women has been urged by the representative of His Holiness Pope Pius Nil to “profess your faith by works of charity and piety,” convinced that “your zealous work will promotea better America and will advance the cause of Christ in this country.” The NCCW was also congratulated on its work by President Dwight D. Eisenhower, who told its leaders that there can be no free government where there is no spiritual basis for it. Two dozen members of the Board of Directors of NCCW gath ered here in annual meeting. On the second day of their sessions they were received by His Excel lency Archbishop Amleto Giovan ni Cicognani. Apostolic Delegate to the United States, at his residence. The lol lowing morning they v\ere received by the President of the United States in his office in the White House alone for his own sanctification but also for the benefit ot his neighbors followers of Christ con tract a social duty to work tor the sanctificalion of others. The Cate chism explicitly teaches that Bap tism and Confirmation impose the obligation of being a lay apostle, that is, of bringing the faith and the grace of Christ ot others.’ The same may be said of Matrimony and Holy Orders.” “Why is it that so many re formers and legislators have no success whatsoever?” His Excel lency asked. “They consult many reference books they talk a great deal from platforms but they fail in their purpose. Why? Because they do not understand the essential point of the Chris tian apostolate and they ignore the proper manner in which to approach those in need no mat ter what the need may be. Christ has taught us the right way. In fact, He ordered that the poor and needy be treated as brothers and given a share of our life, spiritual and material.” “If we wish to contribute some thufg worthwhile for the poor and those who are physically and spir itually needy,” the Archbishop said, “we have to visit them, to approach them in their homes, in the hospitals and to take a person al part in their pains, needs, and humiliations." The Apostolic Delegate urged the NCCW to “contini:e, dear la dies, to be cooperators in spreading the Gospel, profess your faith by works of charity and piety, assist the enterprises of rhe Church un- Columbus Native Marks 60th ear In Religious Life The sister of a Columbus priest recently marked the sixtieth anni versary of her profession as a member oi the Sisters of the Poor of St. Francis. The veteran religious is Sister M. Agatha, O.F.M., a native of Co lumbus, and a sister of Father Pet er Cornelius Schneider of St. Fran cis Hospital. Columbus. Father Schneider was the cele brant at a Solemn High Mass marking the occasion at Holy Fam ily Chapel. St. Elizabeth's Hospital. Dayton, where Sister Agatha is as signed. When Sister Agatha became a postulant 64 years ago. she started a iamily trend toward the religious life. All of her five sisters and two of her four brothers followed her in dedicating their lives to Christ. The other priest-brother was Fa ther John Schneider who died in 1915. Four of the five Sisters, all of whom entered the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, are living. Three of these. Sister Rosine of Chicago: Si ter Hildegarde, former China missionary and Sister Bar bara. Villa Julienne, Dayton, were present at the jubilee ceremonies. A fourth sister. Sister Margaret, member of the faculty of Emman uel (.'Allege, Boston. Mass., was un able to be present. The eldest sis ter. Sister Natalie, died in 1943. Sister Agatha retired in 1951 after having been a pharmacist at St. Elizabeth's Hospital for 25 years. BLUE VALLEY BITTER ,|C IS GOOD BUTTER That'* Why Millient Ute It 5 i I J. Dooner, der the guidance of the Supreme Pontiff and the Bishops. Your sac rifices will ultimately become ben efits both for your neighbor and lor yourself.” Msgr. Howard J. Carroll. Gen eral Secretary of the National Cath olic Welfare Conference, presented the members of the NCCW board to the Apostolic Delegate. I I' I fer 1 Mi An ’dj SOFA and CHAIR or TWIN SECTIONAL SOFAS Sister Francois, S.N.D., director of the Diocesan Guidance Center was the featured speaker at the re tyi an 'Early "Bird' and whatever Friday, Feb 5. 1954 THE CATHOLIC TIMES—5 P.T.A. NOTES PTA. Sister Francois explained the purpose of the Clinic and the nature of her work with the young people brought to her for special attention. She pointed out that the majority of cases were "children with problems’’ rather t! an “prob lem children.’’ At the business meeting, Sr. Mary Denis, S.N.D., principal of St. Al oysius, Announced that a perpetual novena to the Iniant Jesus of Prague is being started by the school children. She invited the children to participate. The cafeteria committee an nounced plans for a February par ty for all the mothers. Mothers of grades 5. 6, 7 and 8 will be asked to bake for the February hake sale. The “gift wagon" will be an added attraction at this sale. The hospitality committee an nounced plans for an informal dance, Feb. 20. from 9:00 to 12:00 night the Knights of Colum Council Hall. 2596Jz W. Broad- M. Pueblo, Colo. Mrs. Tickets $125 per couple, are 3 V 311 hie from Mr. Wilfred 273 Lechner Ave., ticket rman. and members of the hos rty conimittee. V IN A. McAndrews, program rman. cvealed that the Feb. 28 Jrosrarr win leature a panel n parent-child relation and problems He has request- Ptl hat questions on the subject be ‘ent to him at 1936 Fairmont The PTA of St. Mary parish will meet in the school auditori um. 685 Mohawk St., Thursday. Feb. 11. at 8.00 p.m. High school pupils will entertain under the direction of Sr. M. Corona. •Re freshments will follow the meet- 7:30 p.m. to give parents a chance to consult with teachers. St. Augustine PTA members will meet Sunday. Feb. 14. at 2.30 p.m. ir. the school annex. Loretta and Greenwich Ave«.. This will be an Open House meeting and the Sis ters will be there at 2:00 m. so that parents may consult them if tbev wish. 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Legislation was adopted in De cember. 1952, whereby no film may be shown in the Province of Que bec on television without being passed by the Quebec Board of Cinema Censors. The censor'’* board reports its finding 4 t(/"X Quebec Attorney Genera! «•, So far there is no knowrT of action under this legislate iy the Quebec censors, but Mr. Ino lessis said in the Legislature that there had been some “•‘fpugnaut ly immoral" fn ns shown on tele vision in Montreal. The Catholic Press is more Im portant today than ever before. Never have the enemies of the Church been so powerfully or ganized. Support your diocesan paper. “The Catholic Tinies. in*ur» Yeor Fnrntor» Boom Aotnmobiit CALL Pauline R. Joyce MA. 3566 South Third St Catawba* KUO ItR the fine, durable easy-to-clean Cand- aion 100% Nylon Fritz* fabric'. Relax in the comfortable luxury of Kroehler Cushiomzed* Furniture. Look at the fresh new styling! Discover how easily this thnliingly new furniture can be voura! 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