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The Corpus Christi PTA will hold its first meeting of the year tonight. Sept. 10. at 8 p.m. in the social hall. Msjr. Paul O Dea. Dean of Studies at St. Charles Seminary, will spfak on his recent trip to Rome. Mrs. Gene Matiejewski will be in charge of the reception for new members. Officers of the groups for the coming year are Richard Castrop. president, Mrs. Harvey Parsons, vice-president Ralph Hammer stein. treasurer Mrs. Robert Shis ler, secretary Joseph Slattery, historian and Mrs. Robert Mar lin. auditor. —----------------o------------------- -Negro Novitiate Opened JOHANNESBURG—iNC) Arch, bishop William Whelan. O.M 1. of Johannesburg blessed a new novitiate for Colo..d Sisters, start ed by the Sisters of Good Shepherd at their convent in Protea, Midway Transvaal. BLUE VALLEY BUTLER IS GOOD BUTTER That's Why Millions Use It Pope Blesses Indo Catholics HANOI, North Vietnam (NC) —His Holiness Pope Pius XII has sent a cabled message of blessing for Bishop Dominic Hoang Van Doan, who stayed in his mission territory of Bac-Ninh, when the Vietminh forces took it over from withdrawing French and Viet namese troops. Some 20,000 Catholics of Bac Ninh vicariate fled from the terri tory but up to 50.000 did not, or could not, leave. The Bishop and a large proportion of his priests, all Vietnamese, stayed to minister to these. The message, signed by Msgr. Giovanni B. Montini, Vatican Pro Secretary of State, was cabled to the Apostolic Delegate here. Arch bishop John Dooley, to be forward ed if possible to Bishop Doan. It conveys the Pope's blessing for the Bishop and the priests and people with him in Vietminh territory. The message reads: '•With heart moved and rejoic ed, His Holiness is with you, the valiant confessors of Christ, praying, suffering, imploring the protection of the Blessed Virgin, blessing you abundantly." Bishop Doan is a member of the Dominican order and a native of Vietnam. Bishop Jean-Marie Maze of the Paris Foreign Missions with about 28 priests have likewise stayed to minister to their people in the Sontay area, when it was evacuated by the French and Vietnamese. Sontay is part of Hung Hoa vicari ate. J* INTRODUCING FAMILY PLAN* Children, under 14, FREE with parents The BURLINGTON HOTEL 100% perfect comfort, service, convenience. Excellent accommodations.,. warm, friendly atmosphere. urlington HOTEL Vermont Avenue, at Thomas Circle Ms n •x- .■ Braid-Scrolled Harvest Moonlighter Look closely. yes it’s really cotton! Avondale’s Boxwood mens wear-type cotton suiting, a comfort now and a pleasure far into Fall. Presnrunk r,nd crease-resistant. 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Assisting Mrs. Kammerstein will be Mrs. Vern Krause, decorations Mrs. James P. Charles, hostesses Mis. An thony Schilling, refreshments Miss Gertrude Krumm, altar dec orations and Miss Bernadine Bau man. hospitality. COSHOCTON Approximate ly 60 officers, priests, sisters, and members of the Catholic PTA's of the northern deanery of the diocese attended the an nual workshop conducted at Sacred Heart school Aug. 29, with Monsignor Joseph E. Mc Glynn, pastor of Sacred Heart Church, as host. Mrs. Charles Cassagram, northern deanery PTA chairman presided. B. F. Brehl, president of Sacred Heart PTA welcomed the group and outlined the import ance of closer cooperation and better understanding of the vari ous problems confronting all paren^g and educators today. Msgr. Paul O'Dea, dioceson moderator for the PTA Mon signor McGlynn, Mrs. Alexander J. Glockner, president of the DCCW Mrs. James O'Leary, Dioceson PTA chairman Mrs. Edward J. Miller, Killbuck, pres ident of the northern deanery and Miss Jean Fondriest, Dover, representative at large, con ducted the round table discus sion calling on past and pres ent officers for program and activity ideas or suggestions. Sister Mary Frances, principal of Sacred Heart School, Coshoc ton, and Sister deLaSalle, prin cipal of St. Joseph's school, Dover, presented ideas from the teachers' viewpoint. A general discussion followed with PTA officers and members of the following schools and par ishes participating: Immaculate Conception, Dennison Sacred Heart, New Philadelphia St. Joseph, Dover St. Aloysius, Strasburg St. Patrick, Mineral City St. Francis deSales, New comerstown St. Peter, Millers burg St. Paul, Midvale St. Luke, Danville St. Teresa, Wain wright and Sacred Heart, Co shocton. Mrs. O'Leary announced the dioceson workshop which will be held at the Neil House in Columbus, Oct. 21, in conjunc tion with the annual convention of the Columbus Dioceson Council of Catholic Women. A social hour and tea fol lowed with Mrs. Thomas Skelton, social chairman, Mrs. Robert Cannon, Mrs. Paul Freehill, Mrs. Joseph Helbling, Mrs. Robert Dengel, Mrs. B. F. Brehl, Mrs. Charles Bell and Miss Mary Mc Grady in charge of arrange ments. LOGAN Plans for the third meeting of the eastern deanery to be held Sunday, Sept. 12 in the St. John School Hall are now being completed. Father Charles Foy. pastor of St. John parish, will begin the program at 3 p.m. Mrs. Joseph E. Brown, president, and members of the St. John DCCW unit, will serve as host esses. Theme of the session will be the PTA. and panelists will be Msgr. Paul J. O’Dea. dioceson PTa Deanerv Notes Guild’s Directors Appointed mod erator Mrs. James E. O’Leary, dioceson PTA chairman: and Mrs. Mell Underwood, Jr., deanery PTA chairman. Mrs. C. L. Chute. New Lexing ton, will preside at the business meeting, and Mrs. Alexander Glock ner, Columbus, president of the dioceson DCCW, will address the members. The meeting will close with Benediction at 5 p.m. in St. John Church. Refreshments will be served afterward in the school hall. -------------------o------------------ THOUGHT FOR THE WEAK: All of us have been born at the right time, but some of us didn’t grow up quickly enough. Pictured above are four of the Elizabethan Guild’s new board members, appointed this week by Mrs. James Charles, the organiza tion s newly-elected president. They are Heft to right) Miss Blanche Meagher, who will be in charge of the Catholic Charities Committee. Mrs Taylor Zetller, Mrs. William Spiers, publicity chairman, and The dinner, which will be serv ed from 11 a.in. till 9 p.m., is pric. ed at $1.00 for adults and 50 cents for children. There will be carry out and free baby sitting service available. Mrs. Albert Macioce and Mrs. Joseph Ardner are co-chairmen in charge of the dinner and tickets. Mrs. Warren Marshall is handling seating arrangements and Mrs. Richard Brooks the publicity. Mrs. Theodore Hinteraschied is again serving as prasidant of Huly Rosary Parish Council. Oth ar naw officars include Mrs. Jamas Grady, vica-prasidant Mrs. Lawranca Straub, secre tary and Miss Florence Gaugh ran, treasurer. Committee chairmen include Miss Mary K. Rohr, religious ac tivities Miss Mary Sweetman, Catholic Charities Mrs. Emil Wilhelm, international relations Mrs. Joseph Fallon, ways and means Mrs. James Hughes, PTA Mrs. Bernard Hann, cour tesy Miss Mary King, sales tax Mrs. Joseph Sauter, social and Mrs. Ivan Pusecker, publicity. The first meeting of this sea son was held Wednesday, Sept. 8. Msgr. Herman E. Mittingly. Pastor and Spiritual Moderator, spoke at the meeting. The Altar and Rosary Society of Our Lady of Peace began its year with a luncheon at the Balcony Hall Party House last Wednesday. Mrs. Hugh Lane Graves, the new president of the group announced the officers and chairmen for the coming year. Serving with her as officers will be: Mrs. Charles Ruhl, vice-president Mrs. Thomas Shipp, secretary Mrs. J. Roberts, recording secretary and Mrs. Abraham Ackerman, treasurer. Heading the committees ape Mrs. Frank VanHolte, religious Mrs. E. I. Brandt and Mrs. Her bert P. Lang. Catholic Charities Mrs. J. E. Kennedy, international relations activities Mrs. Ralph R. Cross, social action Mrs. John P. Siemer, PTA Mrs. Raymond Con nor, past president Mrs. Charles Downey, publicity: Mrs. Frank Binder, membership Mrs. Lane, telephone Mrs. C. Barthelmes and Mrs. Florine Cobb, refreshments. Th* first meeting of th* sea son of Th* Tabernacle Society will be on W*dn*sday, Sept. IS. at 1 p.m. at the Convent of The Sisters of Notr* Dam*, 331 E. Rich St. All members wishing to take part in sewing for poor missions, ar* invited. “Every Religious Article Manufactured" Corcoran's Church Goods Wheeling And Charleston W. Va. NEW LOCATION 32-12th ST. IN WHEELING ONE STOP for Your Complete Church Requirements Miss Eileen Forrester, in charge of religious activities Othei board members are Mrs. William DuBrul. Mrs. John Mitchell, Mrs. Thomas Noone. Mrs. Charles Downey. Mrs. Robert Bell. Mis Agnes Made and Miss Dorothy Wade. The guild's chief project is to aid the Dornin ican Sisters of the Sick Poor. Of interest To Women By Our Correspondents The St. Ladislaus Altar-Rosary Society will sponsor its annual Spaghetti Dinner Sunday. Sept. 26 in the school hall, 277 Reeb Ave. MILLERSBURG Members of St. Peter parish held a pot luck supper last xeek on the church grounds. Father Michael Nugent, recently appointed to be pastor of our Lady of Iziurdes, Ada, was guest of honor. Miss Mary Lindimor*, religi ous activities chairman of the Catholic Women's League has announced plans for the annual retreat to be held Oct. 1-3 at the Diocesan Retreat House, St. Therese Shrine, 5177 E. Broad St., Columbus. The retreat, which will be di rected by a Jesuit, will be preced ed by a 6:30 p.m. dinner on Fri day, Oct. 1, and will conclude Sunday afternoon with Solemn Benediction, after which supper will be served. Reservations may be made by calling Miss Lindimore, CA. 1-1992, or the co chairman, Miss Wilma Cassady, DO. 9646. Mrs. Paul Weilbacher, 2726 Red ding Rd., entertained freshmen and upperclassmen of Mt. St. Jo seph on-the-Ohio College, as well as their mothers and other central Ohio alumnae, in her home re cently at a get-acquainted" party. Mrs. Joseph McHugh. 1655 North west Blvd., was co-hostess. Freshmen at the party included Martha Glockner, Columbus Diana Staigle, l^ncaster and Barbara Lyons, Newark. Upperclassmen were Mary Haban. Columbus Pamela Paul. Zanesville and El norah, Newark. Also honored was Peggy Morin. Zanesville, a June graduate, who has accepted a teaching position in Columbus. Others assisting the co-chairmen were Mrs. Hobert Fisher, gifts Miss Betty Ann Murray, invita tions and Mrs. Thomas Muehlen kamp, publicity. WAINWRIGHT The social committee for the St. Therese Altar Society for the month of September will include Rose Car dani, Emma Bonvechio and Ar nesta Parolini. At the recent meeting of the group a ten dol lar donation was made in the name of the membership for DIXIE MARGARINE Improved Again 1.000.000 Students Expected To Enroll In (Catholic Schools WASHINGTON —tNC)— Nearly four million pupils will be entered in Catholic grade and high schools and almost 38 million will be enrolled in all the schools and colleges in the nation in 1954 55, it is predicted in a report issued by the Department of Health Education and Welfare here. Slightly over 29 million pupils will be enrolled in public ele mentary and high schools. This fig ure, with that of the non public grade and high schools and other types of educational institutions, brings this year s prospective stu dents to 23 per cent of the coun try’s population. The figure for Catholic grade and high schools is 3.938.912. This number was arrived at by taking certain percentages of the total given by the department for non public elementary and secondary schools. A Health. Education and Welfare spokesman said about 94 per cent of the non public elemen tary school pupils will be in Cath olic schools, and 83 per cent-of the non public secondary students will also be in Catholic schools. Fig ures were not available, he said, on Catholic colleges and specialized schools. This year's increase in ele mentary and secondary school enrollment for the nation as a whole will be 1,692,000 over last year's. Grade school enrollment will be up 5 6 per cent, with 1,473,000 additional pupils. High schools will have 219,000 more students, a 3 per cent rise, and college enrollments will increase by 89,000 students. But the highest peaks in school and college enrollments are yet to come, the report said. By 1959 60 the enrollment in elementary and secondary schools and in col leges and universities will rise to approximately 46 million. Commissioner S. M. Brownell, of charitable purposes. Mrs. Felice Caravati donated a doily set to be sold in behalf of the society. In addition, members voted to purchase a box of vigil lights for the church. Mrs. Louis Ber lendis won the door prize. launch was served by Ann Richeson. Jean Cardani and Loretta Edie. Next meeting date is Sept. 28. the HEW Department of Educa tion. said that although great strides have been made in build ing more schools, the rate of con struction will have to be nearly tripled if pace is to be kept w uh the number of children to be edu cated. The report also showed that the grand total expenditure for public and non public schools, kindergar ten through college, for the 1954-55 year is estimated at 13 billion 700 million dollars. GI’s Donate SI OOO NAGOYA. Japan—(NO —Amer ican Mannes have contributed al most $1,000 for rhe development of two mission parishes near their camp here. One is run by an Australian Sac. red Heart Father and the other by a Canadian Scarboro Father. The Marine*- belong to the third Ma rine Division stationed at Camp Gifu. 8 Sizes 10 gMt’y 200 E. State St. SHAVES’ YOU WELL- Buffet-Server in Black or Bronze Coloramic Room divider, if you wish. Convenient, good looking and utterly practical. Buffet server size: Overall 53’/i" high 44 !4" wide. Serving area: 17" 42" 14" with drawer. Heat-safe up to 275 A beautiful accessory to your Daystom dining set. FURNITURE STORE SINCE 1904 SOUTH HIGH AT RICH STREET CA. 1-7781 THE CATHOLIC TIMES—5 Friday, September 10. 1954 St. Mary Nunn Rereive Ph. D. Degrees Two Dominican sisters from the College of St. Mary of the Springs had a part in the fifteenth an nual conference of the Institutum Divi Thomae, held Cincinnati from Sept. 7-10. The conference on current scientific and medical research featured discussions by eminent guest scientists at the headquarters laboratories. Sivtei Thomas Aquin. OP., and Sister Margaret Ann. O.P., re ceived the Doctor of Philosophy degree at convocation ceremonies at Our Lady of Cincinnati College last Tuesday. On the same day. Sister Aquinas delivered a technical paper at the .r..s,on rjf.\r'pri tn cancel Of the seven other reports made at this rr.pf ng three were by sisters of other orders. Bi-hop% Con-ecration Set BURLINGTON. 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