The St. Michael parish St. Anne
Altai Society will hold its annual
tea for all the ladies of the parish.
Sunday. Oct. 3, in the school hall
from 3:00-5:00 m. Mrs Eva Lr
Fever is chairman of the tea and
assisted by Mesdames D.
M. Hinterschied. J. Maki,
Hall, J, Geribenics, W. Pelzer.
Casey, J, Crawford and R.
penter. Officers of
tion will pour.
and Rosary Society
church held its first
the school year in
nounced for a masquerade party
following the next meeting Oct.
19. A special prograi
sented by Mrs. Mai
Mrs. Mary Everhart,
nth.v Dcnk and Mrs.
mon. The refreshment committee
included Mrs. Blanch Putnam.
Mrs. Mildred Marz and Mrs.
Oct. 3. at the 8 o'clock Mass.
The regular meeting will be
held in the school annex Thursday,
Oct. 7, at 8 p. m. Mrs. Beuchner,
the chairman, will he assisted by
Mrs. A. Bernardo,
chetti. Mrs. Hat’"'
lus Borghese. Mrs
Mrs. Harold 3ov
Brady, Mrs. Phillip Bradx,
Breitfellow, Mrs. C. B. Bri
Harry Brow n. Mrs. E. Burnham, Mrs.
s Delmer Burdette,
firs. Fred Butter
gene Brewer, Mrs.
and Mrs. M. Borg-
Mrs. Joe Bian
?r, Mrs. Ellen
A. Burcsu. Mr
Mrs. R. Butte,
field. Mrs. Eu
hese. A social
p. m. in the school annex, Loretta
and Greenwich Aves. Mrs. Ruth
Studer and Mrs. Lucille Rosetti
are co-chairmen. The party will
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Parent Teacher Associations
benefit the building fund.
After the games party, the ladies
will serve home made pie and cof
fee. There will be many
available, and the public
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Christian Halstein presented a
review of the book. "You Can
Change the W’orld.” by Father
Janies Keller, when members of
the Marian Study Club met re
cently at the home of Mrs. Rus
sell Mulladay. Father Ambrose
Freund, pastor of Sacred Heart
parish, served as moderator and
also led a discussion of the Gos
pel of St. Matthew. The club’s
next meeting will be on Oct. 21
at the home of Mrs. William
The district dinner meeting of
e Ladies Auxiliary. Knights of
John, will be held Sunday, Oct.
24. in Lancaster.
Supreme president Mrs. Clara
Renner. Columbus, has appointed
the following women to serve as
deputy organizers for a two year
term: Mrs. Genevieve
Huron Ave Columbus:
Ehlerman. Newark: Mrs. Katherine
Dusenbery, Zanesville: Mrs. Lydia
Kessler, Lancaster, and Miss Mary
Margaret Kaiser, Logan.
The St. Agatha Women's
and Parish Council of the DCCW
will open its yearly program of
activities Wednesday. Oct. 6. at
m. in, St. Agatha auditor
2754 Andover Rd. Follow
the business session the
speaker Miss Margaret Mahoney,
director of Industrial Relations
for the State of Ohio, whose top
ic of discussion will be "It’s a
Woman's World. Too.’*
To acquaint new and old mem
bers of the rganization. Mrs. E.
R. Gassin. hostess chairman, and
her assisting committee, will per
sonally greet ana w’elcorne
guests in attendance. Assisting
Mrs. Gassin are Mrs. Robert Kin
caid. Mrs. Albert Franklin. Mrs.
John Dimel, Mrs. John F. Grout.
Mrs. Bert C. Linder. Mrs. Rob
ert E. O’Shaughnessy. Mrs. Thom
as F. Noone and Mrs. Charles
For the social hour to conclude
the program Mrs. Paul Wilson,
social chairman, will be assisted
by Mrs. Janies
Rea Baker. Mrs. P.ohert Dowes,
Mrs. T. O. Lawler. Mrs. Herbert
Reeder, Mrs. Dale Vaughan. Mrs.
Thelma Whittacker. Mrs. Mich
ael Ijindry, Mrs. Arthur Kemper,
Mrs. Robert Morris and Mrs.
The St. Francis Romana Society
will hold its annual pot-luck sup
per Wednesday, Oct. 6. at 581 S.
High-st, at 6:30 p. r.i, Mrs. Dorothy
McGarvey will be chairman, assist
ed by Mrs. Isabelle Lang. A busi
ness meeting will follow the sup
The regular monthly meeting
of the PCCW and Altar Society
of St. Catharine parish will be
held in the school cafeteria.
Wednesday. Oct. 6, at 8 00 p.m.
Hostesses for the evening will
be Mrs. M. Lerch and Mrs. Dan
Bush. Mr. Jack Connell of Con
nell's Florist has been invited to
give a demonstration of floral
arrangements during the social
hour that will follow the busi
ness meeting. Final plans for the
benefit style show and lunch
eon to be held at Ilonka's Oct. 13
will be discussed at the meet
DOVER The St. Joseph parish
annual spaghetti dinner will be
served Sunday, Oct. 3. Mrs. John
Baio and Mrs. George Chaudrue
are co-chairmen in charge of the
WASHINGTON. D. C.—(NC)
—Work of the Catholic Church
in several fields of activity is
included in an exhibit current
ly showing here before touring
77 foreign countries.
Entitled. “The Church in
America.” the presentation is
sponsored by the United States
By means of pictures and text,
it traces religion in this country
from the earliest missionaries
through the modern-day churches.
Compiled by the Smithsonian
Institution, the exhibit covers the
Church in the areas of education,
community service, work with the
aged, as a spiritual force in the
country, as an influence on the
American family, and as the center
of recreational and cultural activ
ity in the community.-
The presentation goes to Ger
many for its first stop sometime
in October, a spokesman said. A
duplicate is being made of the ex
hibit and this one will be sent to
the Near East. It is estimated that
the two exhibits w'ill be traveling
for about two years.
Leader To Wear
LONDON (NC) A leading
London fashion house chief. Mrs.
Marie Louise Dumont, general
manager of Jacqmar of Mayfair,
has announced that she is to be
come a Carmelite nun.
Mrs. Dumont, at 41 one of Lon
don’s most successful business
women, told reporters: “I can do
more for those I love this way
than any other way. I know full
well what I am doing.”
Known to buyers’ throughout
Europe and North America as a
human dynamo, the tall, blonde,
elegant fashion leader added: “It
will be worth it. 1 shall probably
miss everything terribly, but 1 be
lieve I can serve mankind better
inside the convent walls than I can
Mrs. Dumont was brought up a
Protestant and became a Catholic
eight years ago. Ever since then
she has wanted to become a nun.
In this unnamed, strictly clois
tered, convent. Mrs. Du.nont will
leave behind everything, even her
name, for a six-month probation
period as a novice. Everything she
owns must be willed away, and she
must abandon her fine clothes and
jewelry for the plain brown Car
melite habit and sandals. Four or
five years later she will be eligible
to take her final vows.
Mrs. Dumont joined Jacqmar in
1940 as a secretary. Six years iatei
she became general manager and
later also a director.
The business woman made her
dramatitc decision after returning
from a long vacation overseas.
“The Mother Prioress advised me
to see everything in the world I
wanted to see to make sure I knew
what I was giving up.” she said.
"I have seen everything I want to
see. I shall leave as soon as I have
made satisfactory arrangements for
my successor to take over my job.”
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NEW PHILADELPHIA Mrs.
Charles Cardani. the new president
of the Sacred Heart PTA announ
ced at the recent meeting that the
organization will conduct a bake
sale on Oct. 9 at the Tuscora Hard,
ware Store. Baked goods may be
taken to the store in 1he morning
Bf Oct. 9. or Mrs. Richard Wilhelm.
4 2797 may be contacted for pick
up. It was announced that at fu
ture meetings, the Sisters who
teach ac Sacred Heart will be avail
able for conferences.
Mrs. Joseph Bolini, the program
chairman, explained the year's
program and Introduced the speak
er of the evening. Henry Ross, who
has been in charge of training
personnel for 31 years at the Tim
ken Roller Bearing Company plant
in Canton. Mr. Ross discussed “A
Career in Industry.”
The attendance banner went to
Sister Rozalia’s room and Mrs.
Guido Cievello won the mystery
box. A social hour followed and
lunch was served by the second
Thought for the Weak
When you are talked about by
the neighbors it is time you were
talked to at home.
OUR LADY OF THE MIRAC
ULOUS MEDAL NOVENA—
Mondays St. Mary Magdalene
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.,
ST. ANTHONY NOVENA—St.
Peler's Church, o I u u
Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m.
OUR MOTHER OF PERPETU
AL HELP NOVELA—St. Chris
topher's church, Columbus—
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.
INFANT OF PRAGUE NO
VENA St. Ladislaus church
Columbus Wednesdays, 7:30
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 p.m.
NOVENA St. Leo's church,
Columbus Friday, 7:30 p.m.
INFANT OF PRAGUE NO
VENA St. John 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.
ST. ANTHONY NOVENA
St. Joseph church, Dover, Tues
day evenings, 7:00
SORROWFUL MOTHER NO
VENA—St. Nicholas Church,
Zanesville. Fridays—11:30 Mass,
Novena Services at 12 noon and
7:30 p. m.
Pastors are requested to noti
fy the Catholic Times, PO Box
636, Columbus, when novena
services are started or resumed
in order to insure publication in
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St. Catharine Women Plan Stvle Show
Members of the St. Catherine parish Altar Society and Parish Council have planned a "Fashion
Magic" style show to be staged at Ilonka's Provincial House, Wednesday, Oct. 13 at 12:30 p. m.
General chairman for the affair will be Mrs Fred Kjhn. Members of the organizations will model the
styles provided by Morehouse Fashion. The style show will be presented under the direction of
Mrs. John Gambs and reservations are being handled by Mrs. Anthony Herold, 602 S. Weyant Ave.,
and Mrs. John Buttler, 180 N. Roosevelt Ave. Other committee heads named by Mrs. Kuhn are
Mrs. Dan O'Neil, decorations Mrs. Paul Tracy, special award Mrs. Charles Yardley, hostesses Mr*.
Richard Rodenfels, publicity Mr*. John McGowan and Mr*. Victor LeGrave, favors, and Mr*. Char
les Lingo, door prizes. Pictured above are, left to right, Mr*. O'Neil, Mr*. Buttler, Mr*. Lingo and
Of Interest io Women
grade mothers wit
Eachen in charge
1374 Grandview Ave.
homes in and around Columbus.
Veteran Missionary Dies
ST. LEO. Fla. —(NO— Fathe
Oswald Baker, O.S.B., 55. vetera
Fndav, Oct. 1, 1954
50th ANNIVERSARY SALE
VALUES AS ALWAYS AT LOW PRICES
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we pride ourselves with the fact that we have helped to add a little something extra to thousands of
Our appreciation to our many friends during our 50th anniversary is a special golden sale with vaues
like we have not offered in many years. Every item is especially priced and stocks are at their peak.
A large selection essential in choosing home furnishings can always be found at Echenrode s.
Many nationally known lines are attractively displayed at ail times.
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200 Of 145 Rio Churches
Dedicated To Our Lady
RIO DE JANEIRO (NC)— A
pastoral letter on the Marian Year
was issued here by His Eminence
Jaime Cardinal de Barros Camara,
Archbishop of Rio de Janeiro, who
pointed out that 200 of the 445
churches in this city arc dedicated
to Our Lady and 40 honor the
Blessed Mother in her Immaculate
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