2—THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday, August 27, 1954
FRIDAY, AUGUST 27
FEAST OF ST. JOSEPH
White vestments, Gloria.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 21
FEAST OF ST. AUGUSTINE
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White vestments, Gloria. Second
prayer of St. Hermes, Credo.
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Of The Week-----------------------
SUNDAY, AUGUST 29
THE TWELFTH SUNDAY AFTER
Green vestments, Gloria. Second
prayer of St. John the Baptist.
Third of St. Sabina. Credo, Preface
of the Trinity, Last Gospel of the
Beheading of St. John the Baptist.
MONDAY, AUGUST 30
FEAST OF ST. ROSt OF LIMA
White vestments. Gloria, Second
prayer of Sts. Felix and Audactus.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 31
FEAST OF ST RAYMOND
White vestments, Gloria.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1
FEAST OF ST. AEGIDIUS
White vestments, Gloria. Second
prayer of the Holy Martyrs. Third
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2
FEAST OF ST. STEPHEN OF
W'hite vestments. Gloria. Second
prayer “Defend us.” Third at the
choice of the celebrant.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3
MASS AS ON SUNDAY
Green vestments. No Gloria, Sec
ond prayer "Defend bs”. Third lor
the Faithful Departed, Fourth at
the choice of the celebrant. No
Credo. Common Preface.
SATURDAY OF OUR LADY
Mass “Hail, holy parent.” White
vestments, Gloria. Second prayer
of the Holy Spirit. Third for the
Church or Pope, Preface of the
"We just couldn't
have had our picnic without
Those spur-of-the-moment parties
that are so much fun at home or
at the park are easy to arrange by
telephone. A few calls invite the
guests and the menu takes shape
quickly when each one brings
along a favorite dish. In dozens of
ways your telephone saves time for
more summer fun and leisure. It
gets things done quickly and pleas
antly. Practically even one (84 per
cent of all families in Ohio Bell
territory have telephone service)
relies on the convenience of the
telephone in modern living. And
its low cost—less than one cent an
hour—makes it the biggest bargain
in the family budget.
TH! OHIO BILL TILIPHONI COMPANY
OPEN UNTIL 5:30 M.
OPEN MONDAYS UNTIL 9 P.M.
164 S. FOLK TH SI
Block North of Livingston)
FREE PARKING IN REAR OF STORE
A potluck supper and meeting
for old and new members of the
Columbus Committee of the Nation,
al Catholic Community Service will
be held at 5 p. m. Sunday at the
BKT Camp. Courtright and Grove
Roads in East Columbus.
The meeting will furnish an op
portunity for members to make
plans for the organization’s activi
ties, including a spaghetti dinner
scheduled for late September.
Proceeds from projects spon
sored by the NCCS are used to
further the volunteer work of the
group for patients at Chillicothe
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Breitfeller
will be general chairmen of the
meeting. Mr. Breitfeller is also
chairman of NCCS.
Ray Wilde and Anthony Panico
will be barbecue chairmen and
Mrs. James Farrell, Theresa Se
legue. Patti McBride, Margaret
Gallen. Viola Ricci, Christina Ricci.
Mrs. Michael Murphy and Mrs.
Thomas Coughlin are members of
the dinner committee.
Father John Simor? is moderator
of the NCCS. and Monsignor Roland
Winel and Father Albert C. Gul
istan are consultants. Father Fran
cis G. Connor, chaplain at Chilli
cothe Veterans Hospital, represents
Four Coliinibuh Native*
In Profe*Mon Ceremonies
NOTRE DAME, Ind Four young
women from Columbus took part
in profession ceremonies held here
at the mother house of the Sis
ters of the Holy Cross on the
Feast of the Assumption.
Sister Collette Marie Lang was
one of 38 to complete the pro
bationary period and pronounce
final vows in the Church of Our
Lady ol Ixiretta al the mother
Sisters Mary Clara Ixiuise Kram
er. Mary Jean Carmel Rand, and
Mary Frances Anthony Fernandez
were among 33 who completed the
two year novitiate ind pronounced
their vows for a three-year period
in a private ceremony in the Noviti
At Mt. Vernon
The new $200,000 six-classroom
addition to St. Vincent de Paul
School, Mi Vernon, will be dedi
rated by Bishop Read) Sunday.
Dedication of the two story brick
structure will follow the 11 30 a
Pontifical Ixiw Mass. which Bishop
Rewitv will celebiale in SI. Vin
cent de Paul hutch.
Built by th* Steward Construc
tion Co. of Marion according to
plant designed by Columbus
architect Louis Kerlsberger, th*
new addition provides facilities
for 300 additional students.
The structure contains -ix class
rooms a cafeteria, teacher’s room
and health room. In addition, the
gymnasium of the 24 year-old
school has also been remodeled.
Enlargement of the school will
take care of increased enrollment,
which has jumped more than 25
per cent since 1949.
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ed student teaching in Catholic
schools for several years, has had
a wealth of experience as a teach
er both in the elementary and col
Other speakers to be heard in
clude Sister Francois. S.N.D.. di
rector of the Diocesan guidance
clinic, who will speak of the prog
ress of I he clinic. The teachers w ill
al.-o hear fiom Mrs. Margaret Rev
neau. psychologist, also of the
guidance clinic, uho will describe
"Testing in a Guidance and Conn
In addition, the session will draw
upon the talents of many Sisters
now teaching in the diocese.
The meeting will close at four
o'clock Thursday afternoon with
Pontifical Benediction in Christ
the King Chapel at the College.
Bishop Ready presiding.
The complete program for the
Wednesday, September 1, I#M
College of St. Mary of the Spring*
10 on EXHIBITS OPEN
11:00 GENERAL MEETING ERSKINE
HAI 1 Invocation. Reverend Franei*
Riehl Sacred Heart Pariah, Coahocton
Greeting*, Reverend Kennett Applegate,
Suix-I in ■•i.rtei, of Srnooln On-nina Re
mark*, Reverend Edvard Spier*,
f'rincinal Waiieraon High School.
12 00 1.1 NCHEON
1:'O GENERAL MEETING. ERSKINE
HALL. Program, nf he Guidance en
feiFrancois, S.N.D., Diocesan
ELEMENTARY' TEA! HERS
2:f»n .SECONDARY A E
ERNKINf HALL. Administration from
the Catholic V lewpoint," Reverend
Robert White, Principal, Notre Dame High
3:00 SECONDARY TEACHERS VISIT
3:00 ELEMENTARY TEACHERS.
GRADES I II. AND HL CO1.1.KGE
HALL. "The I’ae of Periodical* in the
Primary Grade*." Mi»» Dorothy An.
drew*. Editor of the Little Messenger.
Pflaum Publishing Company, Dayton, O.
GRADES IV, V. AND VI. ROOM 222,
SECOND FLOOR, ERSKINE HALL.
"English and Art,” Nister Angela,
S.N.D. St Joseph Aeadewiv, Columbus.
GRADES VH AND VBI ERSKINE
HALL. "Social Studies Technique,"
Sister M. Dennis. S.S.J.. Co-author of
The hriatian Citisen Hi* Challenge.
4:00 CLASSROOM TEACHERS
4:00 PRINCIPALS MEETING (Closed)
4:00 SPECIAL SESSION FOR I.AY
E A S ROOM 2«4, SECOND
FLOOR ERSKINE HALL. Claasroom
Atmosphere,’ Sister M. Veronica,
S.N.D.. St. Augustine School. Columbus.
"Motivators. Nister Rerwlict*.
O.S.F., St. Mary, Portsmouth.
1 :00 Primary Session of th* Music
Workshop "Teaching R«te Songs and
Helping the Off-pitch Singers.”
2:00 "The Use of Rhythm in
strument- and th* Listening Program."
8:00 Intermediate Session of the
Mu»ic Workshop "From Rote to Note
and the Introduction of Part Singing?’
4 no "Maintaining an Interest
in the Music Program in the Seventh
and Eighth Gradee."
8:00 RENKDICTlbN OF THE Rl.ESS.
ED SACRAMENT CHRIST THE KING
3:30 1OMMKMTY' 8VPERV1SORS
AND DIOCESAN CONSULTANTS
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. ISM
1 .80 Mass for deceased Teacher* of
Dioeeae of Columbus. Rev. Bennett Apple,
gate. Celebrant. Christ the King Chapel
,3(1 EXHIBITS OPEN
0:00 ELEMENTARY TEACHERS
GROUP BKsSlON. GRADE I, COLLEGE
HALL. Primary Techniques,” Pant!
Discussion Chairman: Sister Msry Felix.
R.8.M.. Holy Family, Columbus. Panelists:
Suter M. Eugene. S.C., St. Mary, Marion,
Sister Mary Immaculate. N S., St. Cyp
rian. Columbus Sister Ros* Barbara,
C.S U.. St. Catharine, Columbus Sister
Theodean, O.S.F.. St. Mary, Delaware.
GRADE II. ROOM 222. SECOND
A new location at 2256 E. Main
for the J. Holdneth Insurance
Agency and the Holdrieth Agency
was announced recently by Mr.
A member of
S t. Catharine
parish, Mr. Hol
drieth is mar
ried and resides
at 281 S Broad
Jeigh Rd. His
son Philip is an
associate of the
is office manag
Both policy holders and the pub
lic are invited to visit and inspect
the facilities at the new location.
The agencies are licensed to seB
and service a complete line of all
types of insurance, including polio
and caneer. adv.
A Highlight Of The School Meet
One of the most attractive features of the Annual Teachers' Meeting, Sept. 1 and 2, will be a mam
moth Marian Year display. Work from every school in the Diocese of Columbus will be exhibited in the
Assembly Room on the second floor of Erskine Hail at St. Mary of the Springs. The public is invited to
visit the display room end examine the fine work that has been accomplished in our diocesan schools.
Sister Mary Joel, O.P., third grade teacher from St. James the Less School is being given a preview
of the display. Paul Meadows, Grade 2, St. Cyprian School is showing Sister the splendid booklet his
class assembled under the direction of the Blessed Sacrament Sisters. Rosalie Boldizar, Grade 6,
Holy Cross School, and John Dempsey, Grade 8, St. Patrick School, discuss the grotto that was con
structed by the 7th and 8th grades of St. Patrick's Rosalie helped design the Coats of Arms pictured.
St. Patrick School and Holy Cross are staffed by Sisters of Notre Dame. The other posters were de
signed by students of St. Mary Magdalene School, staffed by the Sisters of St. Francis of Mary
Annual Teachers’ Meeting Set For Sept. 1-2
MOOR. ERSKINE HALL. "Religion."
Sister Placid*. O S Holy Rosary,
olumbu*: Sister M. Ethel, O.S.F., Holy
GRADE II). ROOM 201. SECOND
M.OOR. ERSKINE HALL. Arithmetic.
M. Ivons, S.C.N., Immaeulaie
GRADE VII. ROOM 234. SECOND
FLOOR, ERSKINE HALL. Arithmetic."
Panel Discussion. Chairman': Sister M.
GGerard, C.D.P Sacred Heart. New Phila
delphia. Panelists: Sister Mary Txwise,
O.P.: Sister Agelii*. O.S.F. iSiater Marie
Antonette, SC. Sister Agnes Michael,
GRADES IV, V. VI. AND VIII, ER
SKINE HAI I "World.Mindednn^s Mu
Begin Childhood," Sister !M. Sy Ivina.
O P.. Department of Education, College
of St. Mary of rhe Spring*.
nt. SECONDARY TEA! HERS \ISII
10:00 GENERAL SESSION, ER.
SEINE HALL. “Confraternity Remind
er»," Rev .lames Kulp, Diocesan Di
rector of the Confraternity and the Mis
11:00 GENERAL SESSION iMuglci,
ERSKINE HALL. An Orchestral Fro
gram in the Schoois,’* Mr. Marton S.
1:W GENERAL SESSION. ER
SKINE HALL. What Policy for the
Teaching of Foreign Languages in the
American Catholic Schools V Sister
Amelia. O.P., French Department, College
of St Mary of the Springs
2 nf! ELEMENTARY TEACHERS
2:00 SECONDARY' E A E S.
ROOM 222. SECOND FLOOR. ERSKINE
HALT.. "Testing in a Guidance and
Counseling Program." Mr*. Margaret
Reyneau, Psychologist. Diocesan Guidance
8.00 GENERAL SESSION, ERSKINE
HALL. One Act Play "Crown for
Mary" Speech and Drama Department,
St. Mary of the Spring* College.
S:00 Film stripes and recording*
"Young America Sings’’ For the
assistance of the classroom teacher in
the middle grades).
10:00 Meeting of all members of
the Diocesan Unit of the N.C.M.E.A.
11:00 General Session "The
Advantages of the Orchestral Program
in the Schools.”
2:00 "Integrating the Music Pro
gram with Other Subjects.”
4:00 GENERAL SESSION, ERSKINE
Hi* Excellency. The Most Reverend
Michael J. Ready, D.D.
PONTIFICAL BENEDICTION OF THE
Christ the King Chapel
HEATING AND AIR
55 E. Goodale Columbus, O
You Are Cordially Invited To
Eete Set Saturday
Final plans h&ve been completed
for the annual Summer Fest al of
the Convent of the Good Shepherd
This year’s event will start at 4 p.
m. Saturday. Aug. 28. and will con
tmpe through the evening on the
grounds of the Good Shepherd Con
vent. Sandusky and Broad-sts.
Judge Dana F. Reynolds oi Com
mon Pleas Court is general chair
man of the festival, and Ollie Ooel
goetz is ticket chairman. Proceeds
will be used for necessary building
A 1954 automobile will be on
display and there will be many
games, stands and features for the
enjoyment of central Ohio resi
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 31
(In the Event of Rain Wednesday, Sept. 1)
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Columbus Girl Dons Veil
JOLIET, ILL. Miss Marilyn
Spires, daughter of Mrs. Mary M.
Spires of Corpus Christi parish in
Columbus, received the brown
habit and white veil of the novice
of the Sisters of St. Francis of
Mary Immaculate at a ceremony
in the Cathedral of St. Raymond
in Joliet on Aug. 13. In religious
life, .Miss Spires will be knoxvn as
Sister M. Theodette.
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Ln veiled On Scottish Isle
tholic islanders of West Scotland
marked the Feast of the Assump
tion by unveiling a massive statue
of Our I^ady and the Christ Child
on the slopes of Ben Heaval on
the isle of Barra.
Looking westward across the At
lantic, It stands 750 feet above sea
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