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2—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, August 13. 1954
Good Shepherd
Summer Festival
Set For August 28
Judge Dana F. Reynolds of the
Common Pleas Court willl serve
as general chairman for the 1954
Summer Festival of the Convent of
the Good Shepherd, it was announc
ed this week by Mr. Frank Lorenze
who served on the advisory com
mittee for the past sever years.
Assisting Judge Reynolds are a
number of business and profess
ional men of Columbus including
Mr. Ollie F. Oelgoetz. active for
many years in civic and fraternal
affairs. Mr. Ooelgoetz will serve
as ticket chairman.
Mother Colette. Superior of the
Convent of the Good Shepherd is
extending an invitation to the
general public to attend the fes
tival on the Convent grounds, at
Central Ave. and West Broad St.,
Saturday afternoon and evening,
Aug. 28.
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Men's Retreat
Father Frederic G. Middendorf.
S.J., will conduct the Men’s Re
treat at the Diocesan Retreat
House, the Shrine of the Little
See Hit
Hanna
Dealer
in Your
Commu­
nity
1313 Windsor Ave.
Hl 8.3381
Slalt
Ky
the
Je:
ther Middendorf entered
uit Order at Milford. 0.,
Tnd., in 1942 and for the past elev
cn years he has been
ligion and mathematic
the I
■anna
indie ate th*
ance behin
mams firm
communist
MF
a n
fi^hl
(‘Of*X
Fish Pond
Cake Stand
Candy Stand
1328 S. Fourth St. HI. 44313
If Your Hair Isn Becoming To You—
You Should Be Coming To Us!”
MILDRED STEM ART, Owner & Operator
Arrigo Plumbing & Hardware Co.
959 Frebi* Ave
A. Schumick'a Market
729 S. Sth St.
Plank's Cafe
ruling
wa* unable to control hi* voice.
The fraudulent nature of his
trial and th* false confession
forced upon him by hi* torment
or* were exposed."
Curtain
oppre
On
1 u ee
ism*
n the 1
he
the
ers." I
st ence
feet upon
West into
com mu tiist
u ar
have had 1
paint
MFG. COMPANY
munis
ence is a poisonous formul
tilled by communism it car
only to our destriction.”
HI. 4-1903
HI. 4-1251
Hl
Viarack The Florist
E. J. Cahill Builders, Inc.
2711 Welrford Rd ..
HI
Best Cleaners (George F. Brand)
CreaMing While You Watt
Corner Third and Whittier Sta. HL 4
Seymour Bakery Co
21B3 E. Livingston Avt. DO
42 E. Livingston Ave, FA.
The Waldschmidt Insurance Agency
Complete in.urare* Coverage
*71 Ehner St. RL 4 8288
36 Mt. Carmel Graduates Receive Diplomas
&
Bishop Ready presented 36 diplomas to graduates of the Mount Cermel School of Nursing in cere
monies in St. Joseph Cathedral Sunday. Following the exercise*, the Bishop Is pictured with the
graduates on th* Cathedral steps. Standing to the Bishop's right is Sister Mary Emeline of Limerick,
Ireland, who received her diploma. Standing in the rear row right is Sister M. Nicholas, C.S.C., Direc
tor of Nurses at Mount Carmel.
i For School
Sanctioned By Jurists
ST. PAUL, Minn. (NC)—
ruled that the state board
The Minnesota Supreme Court
of education had no right to
withhold §16.924 in state aid to the school district of predom
inantly Catholic Pierz, Minn., on grounds religious instruction
was permitted in a public grade school.
tale in the case.
"The complained of practices
continued for only a short time
and were discontinued as soon as
th* attention of the district
board was called to them," the
judge noted
construction of our constituional
prohibition of teaching religion in
public schools and our statutes re-
a school district state aid,” he said.
During the year 1950-51, all
school children in the Pierz public
school were Catholic, with the ex
ception of one student, the Su-
(Commissioner
that religious
The Pierz public school consists
several rented rooms in a pa
:hial school building. The public
Tool classrooms are staffed by
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
White Elephants
Sugar Stand
Novelties
SURPRISES AND
A
Fountain Drug Store
1146 S. Parsons Ave. HI. 4-1411 HI. 4-0371
Prescriptions Our Speciality
CALL WE DELIVER
Lanata's Spaghetti House & Carry Out
911 Person* Ave.
Closed on Sunday
Bell's Market
GROCERIES and MEATS
706 S. 9th St. Cor. 9th A Sycamore St*.
"A Friend of St. Mary's'
Reiner's Bakery
WE MAKE OUR OWN ICE CREA
Mitchell's Barber Shop
1* E. Whittier St. HI. 4-2743
Keller's 5-10 Variety Store Toy Shop
Come and visit r»ur More* Doll Repairing
11.423 S. Third St. CA. 4-I2I3
Columbus Art Memorial Co.
Patronize The Time Advertiser*
HI 4-0373
CA 4-2070
1-3848
1954
1955
‘iia
Of Thanksgiving
A Solemn Novena in thanksgiv
ing for all the favors and blessings
granted this Marian Year, will be
gin at the Carmel of the Immacu
late Heart of Mary, 2065 Barton
Place, Saturday, Aug. 14. The no
vena is to be preached by Father
William McNamara, O.C.D., of
Feast
Mary
Devotions will end on the
of the Immaculate Heart of
August 22nd.
thirty
Each evening at seven
there will be the recitation of the
rosary, sermon and Jlenediction.
On Sunday. August 22nd Feast of
the
the
Immaculate Heart of Mary and
Patronal Feast of the Monas
there will be Exposition of
the Mosi
hroughout
Blessed Sacrament
the day and at the
vice of the novena at
there will be the Con­
secration to the Immaculate Heart
and veneration of the relic of the
Each day during the novena Mass
will be celebrated at 7.00 a. in.
and all the intentions of those who
are seeking spiritual and temporal
graces will he remembered. Indi
vidual intentions may be sent or
taken to the Monastery and prayers
will be mailed upon request. The
the service of the diocese to pray
for the needs of the Bishop, the
Clergy and the laity and welcome
the opportunity to invite the peti
tions of all w ho are in need of pray
er in the Diocese.
SCHOOL GROUNDS 685 MOHAWK STREET
1954 OLDSMOBILE "ROCKET" TUDOR ON DISPLAY
KIDDIE RIDES
Friday and Saturday Nights
SATURDAY MATINEE 2 to 5 P.M
(KIDDIE RIDES ONLY)
It's A Treat To Starts At 6 P.M.
Meet At St. Mary's
This Ad Possible Through The Following Business Friends Of St. Mary's:
Franklin Plating & Polishing Co., Inc.
First Class Plating of all Kinds
630 S. 6th St. CA. 4-3842
Ruscilli Construction Co.
Ml Harrison Av*. WA. 2642
Leo E. Ruisinger, Inc., Contractors
851 Frebi* Av*.
Egan-Ryan Funeral
E Breed and Cleveland Av*
Go-Joe Grill
*81 E. Whittier St.
Hatem's Market
GROCERIES AND MEATS
285 E. Sycamore St.
Verhoff Jewelers
Duffee's Shade Shop
821 A. High St.
Campbell Bros. Meats
Central Market Stall 46
The Clermont
FRANK KONDOS, Owner
Featuring Vivian at the Organ
LUNCHEON DAILY FREE PARKING
8*4 A. High St. HL 8.1126
Diocese Of Columbus
Official School Calendar
1954 -1955
Wednesday, September 1—Principals and Teachers Meeting
Wednesday, September 1—Community Supervisors and Diocesan
Consultants meeting
Thursday, September 2—Principals and Teachers Meeting
Tuesday, September 7, Elementary Schools Open
Wednesday, September 8—High Schools Open
Tuesday, October 12—Columbus Day (No class)
Tuesday, October 12—School Lunch Workshop
Friday, October 15—End of First six-week period (28 days)
Wednesday, October 27—Achievement Test (All elementary
schools)
Monday, November 1—All Saints Day (No class)
Thursday, November 11—Armistice Day (No class)
Sunday, November 21—High School Choral Concert
Wednesday, November 24—Thanksgiving Vacation* (Noon closing)
Thursday, November 25—Thanksgiving Day (No class)
Friday, November 2d—Thanksgiving Vacation (no class)
Friday, November 26—End of Second six-week period (27 days)
Wednesday, December 8—Immaculate Conception (No class)
Thursday, December 23—Christmas Vacation (Noon closing)
Monday, January 3—Classes resume
Monday. January
High Schools
Friday, January 21
Monday, March 1
Friday, March 4
Saturday. Match 12
Sunday, March 20—
Variety Of Interests And Entertainment
FUN FOR EVERYONE EVERYONE WELCOME!
Hl. 4-2153
Service
CA. 14665
HI. 4 sses
714*
11—Semester Examinations—Elementary and
End of First Semester (No class) (32 days)
Tuesday, February cla
Washington’s Birthday
Registration Day .(High Schools)
End of Fourth six-week period (29 days)
—Holy Father's Day
Saturday. May 7—Spelling Bee Finals
Sunday, May 8—First Grade Registration
Thursday. May 19—Ascension Day (No class)
Monday, May 30—Decoration Day (No class)
Elementary Music Festival—(Ijietare Sunday)
Wednesday, April 6, Easter Vacation (Noon closing)
Tuesday, April 12—Classes resume
Friday, April 15—End of fifth six-week period (27 days)
Wednesday, April 27—Achievement Test (All Elementary Schools)
Saturday, April 30—Semi-final Spelling Bee
Thursday, June 2—Closing of High Schools
Friday, June 3—Closing of Elementary Schools (33 days)
readier Meet
(Continued from Page 1)
periodical field four years
to edit material for
planned separate
In her editorial position Miss
Andrews has been able to continue
her teaching, though in a different
way. As an editor she now supplies
teachers with useful materials to
lighten the work in the classroom.
To keep in touch with w hat is new
in pedagogy. Miss Andrews audits
classes in primary grades, partici
pates in seminars and workshops
at Catholic University and other
colleges and universities and dis
cusses everyday problems with
teachers.
484 8
Hl. 3 8838
CA. 1-8565 E.
382
Play By Fr. Nagle
To Be Presented
On Catholic Hour
ago
the newly
editions of
of the needs
of research and study
of the field, the three separate
weekly periodicals for grades 1, 2,
and 3 were launched in their pres
ent format. This fall will mark the
beginning of the 4th year of publi
cation under Miss Andrews' editor
ship.
An adaptation of the play “Arm
our of Light" by Father Urban Na
gle, O.P., of Columbus will be fea
tured on the Catholic Hour to
.carried at 9 a. m. Aug. 15
WLW-C.
Ruth Hussey and J. Carrol Naish
will star in the play. Gene Lock
hart will serve as narrator.
FULLY EQUIPPED
FRIDAY, AUGUST 13,
FEAST OF STS. HIPPOLYTUS
AND CASSIAN.
Red vestments, Gloria,
prayer “Defend us", Third
choice of the celebrant.
VIRGIN MARY
White vestments, Gloria. Credo.
Preface of the Blessed Virgin.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 17
FEAST OF ST. HYACINTH
White vestments. Gloria. Second
prayer of the Octave of the As
sumption, Third of the Octave Day
of St. Lawrence. Credo. Preface of
the Blessed irgin.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST II
WITHIN THE OCTAVE OF THE
ASSUMPTION
MASS AS ON THE FEAST
Gloria. Second prayer o, Sunday.
Third of St. Agapitus, Credo. Pre
face of the Blessed Virgin.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 19
be
by
st.
Father Nagle, chaplain at
Mary of the Springs College, and
nationally known playwright for
both television and the legitimate
stage, wrote "Armour of Light’”
three years ago.
The play deals with the life of
St. Paul shortly-after tiis conver
sion. and tells of his deep desire
to convert others. Conflicts which
St. Paul had with Barnabas and
Mark are delineated in the play,
which is climaxed by the execution
oi Sts. Peter and Paul.
AUGUST 20TH AND 21ST
Friday 6 To 9 P. M.
Fish Dinner
Pizza Dinner
LIGHT LUNCH
City Decorating Co.
(Theodore Gnesenbrock)
711 S Front St. HI. 44230
Henry A. Justus, Contractor
DO. 1314
4049 E. Livingston Ave.
J. F. Oelgoetz Co.
PLUMBING
Engineers Contractors
3365 N. High St. Established 1914
South Side Furniture Co.
1224 8. High St.
(Open Evening.)
HL 4 1666
LA. 4222 255
Hl.
Hl.
Joseph Eisel, Jr.
Auto Painting and Fender Repairing
HOME—HI.
Kouuth At. SHOP—Hl.
Weilbacher's Department Store
Fnorth Mt. CA.
Sycamore Cafe
C‘Tony*’ Schafhauien i
S?eameFt St.
Tom Stanton Motors, Inc.
Pick-up and Delivery Service
CHRYSLER. PI. YMOVTH DEALER*
W. Broad St
Ueed (are—482 W. Broad St.
4.281*
4-384*
4-8878
4-5781
ORDO
Liturgy Of The Week
Second
at the
14,
SATURDAY, AUGUST
OF THE ASSUMPTION
BLESSED VIRGIN MARY.
vestments. No Gloria,
prayer of St. Eusebius,
VIGIL
OF THE
Violet
Second
Third of the Holj' Spirit, No Credo,
Common Preface.
SUNDAY, AUGUST IS
FEAST OF THE ASSUMPTION
OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
THE TENTH SUNDAY AFTER
PENTECOST
White vestments. Gloria. Second
prayer of the Tenth Sunday. Credo.
Preface of the Blessed Virgin. I^ast
Gospel of the Sunday.
MONDAY, AUGUST 16
FEAST OF ST. JOACHIM,
FATHER OF THE BLESSED
FEAST OF ST. JOHN EUDES
White vestments. Gloria. Second
prayer of the Octave, Credo, Pre
face of the Blessed Virgin.
FRIDAY, AUGUtT 20
FEAST OF ST. BERNARD
White vestments, Gloria, Second
prayer of the Octave. Credo, Pref
ace of the Blessed Virgin.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 21
FEAST OF ST. JAMES FRANCES
FREMIOT DE CHANTAL
White vestments. Gloria. Sec
ond prayer of the Octave. Credo,
Preface of the Blessed Virgin.
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For Custodian
Requiem High Mass for Fredric
G. Bishop. 50. of 196 Oak St., was
sung Thursday in St, Joseph
thedral.
12 N. Third St. CA. 1-8161 Columbus, Ohio
IN THE CAFETERIA
Saturday 6 To 11 P. M.
Hot & Cold Sandwiches
Pizza Pie
SERVED ON THE SCHOOL GROUNDS
The Burkley & Son
General Insurance Co.
145 CA. 4-3281
N. High St.
Deibel'i Grill
263 HI 4-0316
E. Whittier St.
Woodyard's Funeral
E. Stet* St. CA. 1 7746
Ci-
the
ab-
Bishop Ready presided at
Mass and performed the final
solution.
Mr. Bishop, the maintenance
man at the cathedral, died Monday
at St. Anthony's Hospital after a
two weeks Illness.
Surviving are his wife. Helen
and his mother, Mrs. Cornelia Des
Jardine a step-son, two half-bro
thers and a half-sister, all of Grand
Marais. Mich.
Burial was in South Haven, Mich.
II PAYS 10 PATRONIZE
1’HE riMES ADVERTISERS.
MARIAN YEAR
Pilgrimages To
CANADA
Featuring
Shrine of Ste. Anne de Beaupre & Crypt of
Brother Andre
$17335
Only
Frem Columbus
Leoves Every Week to Sept. 6, Inc.
Organize Your Own Pilgrimage Group We Shall Be
OTHER
TOURS & CRUISES ANY DURATION
Available For Your Vacation
Consult
Kauderer Travel Service, Inc
Home
1346 S. High St.
Sycamore Recreation
748 Beech St.
8-8128
355 E. Sycamore St. HI. 4.8268
The Bracken Wallpaper & Paint Co.
*4 E. I^ng St. CA.
Henkel's Meat Market
SMOKED AND HOME DRESSED MEATS
Wholesale and Retail
Sauer's Market
1.3411
Hl. 4.4*32
m.
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
771 8. Third St.
DeVany Cleaners and Tailors
TWO HOUR SERVICE
Piek-up and Deliyery Seri ice
"We operate our own plant”
127* *1 Pareen. Av*. HI.
4.4*26

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