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their new duties this week. They are, Greylock, president Mr*. John Tierney, Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. James Stalter of New Lexington celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Satur day highlighted by a special mass offered by Father Maurice Dono van, pastor of St. Rose parish. The Stalters have two sons, a daughter and six grandchildren. Don’t drive miles looking for a home when you can find it in our want ads. BLLE VALLEY BUTTER IS GOOD BUTTER That'* Why Million* Use GAM August Wagner Breweries. Stocked in block (uodo We e« try this purng U in 3'/j 2 AAAA Io width. Available in the following Red Calf, Blue Calf, Brown Suede. Blue Suede and White Linen. Sites above 10 slightly higher. RITCHEY 200 I. Stat* St. of the St. James the left to right vice-president, and Mrs. Hugh McMullen, treasurer. Private hospital and institution al construction will show a larger percentage increase between this and next year than any other cate gory of building, it is reported. But with an estimated 1955 expenditure of $400,000,000. up 19 per cent from 1954'* ex pected total, it will not reach the That Good Gambrinus Beer "The Beer That's Starch Free As Beer Can Be. Columbus, Ohio JUST OPENED Open Daily Except Stmday NEW-MODERN WORLD'S BEST FRONT STREET AUTOMATIC CAR WASH 2 Blocks South Of Lazarus Annex PUMPS nc have thaf certain something FOR STREET FOR BUSINESS FOR SMARTNESS You II Love the Dressy LOW HEEL! SHOE SIZES AVAILAILI FROM RITCHEY BROS. AAAAAA................. to 12 AAAAA.....................5 to 12 AAAA ...................... 5 to 12 AAA............................ 4 to 12 blid BROS. 1374 Grandview Ave. Give Religious Gifts this year Shop early and use our LAY-AWAY PLAN A Complete Line of Religious Articles For the Church, W. E. Quinn 182 E. STATE ST COLUMBUS. OHIO FAMOUr FOR Florentine Restaurant parish Altar Society who took over Mr*. Harold Saunders, secretary Mr*. Richard Construction Forecast WASHINGTON (NC) Private school and church con struction will hit new highs during 1955, exceeding even the record-breaking levels expected for this year, according to es timates released here by the Departments of Commerce and Labor While overall building activity in 1955 will surpass this year’s record by seven per cent, private school construction is expected to rise 16 per cent and church build ing 15 per cent. 907 W. BROAD ST levels attained in the 1949-1952 period. Church building next year will cost S675.000.000. compared with the $585,000,000 to be spent this year, according to the government agencies’ forecasts. Expenditures for private schools in 1955 will be $650,000,000. a rise of $90,000,000 from estimated 1954 costs of $560.. 000,000. Construction in both these categories has shown a steady rise from the World War II years when annual expenditures ranged from $6 000.000 to $31,000 00(1 because of priority on building materials. Public school building will con tinue a. its swift the Departments swering the need obsolete facilities pace in 1955, reported, an for replacing and provid ing increased space for the con tinuing rise in enrollments, which are averaging nearly 1,500,000 pupils a year. Outlays for new public school building* next year are expected to rise 16 per cent to $2 40C,000,000. Total construction throughout the United States is estimated at $39.500.000,000 lor 1955, the high est volume recorded during the 39 years the two agencies have been collecting construction data. The forecast is based, the Departments noted, “on the assumption that the general level of economic activity will remain relatively stable, and disposable income of consumers will continue at a record rate. Novena Services 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., 9 p.m. ST. ANTHONY NOVENA—St Peter's Church, o I u u Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m OUR MOTHER OF PERPETU AL HELP NOVENA—St. Chris topher's church, Columbus— Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. INFANT OF PRAGUE NO VENA St. Ladislaus church Columbus Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m. 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. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION 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. COLUMBUS Columbus' Most Complete Italian Restaurant Broiled Steaks Pan Fried Chicken Sea Foods CA. 4-4228 BANQUETS A SPECIALTY 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 Service* at 12 noon and 7:30 p. m. Pastors are requested to noti fy the Catholic Times, PO Box 636, Columbus, vhen novena services are started or resumed in order to insure publication in this column.) The annual banquet of the St. Francis Rnmana Society will be held at the YMCA. Wednesday eve ning, Dec. 1, at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Ar thur Widmaier, president, will al so conduct a short business meet ing, after which there will be a holiday gift exchange among the members present. St. Mary parish is planning a roast beef dinner to be held in the school cafeteria, Sunday, Dec. 5. from 11.00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Adults, SI.25. children under twelve, .50. An innovation for the larger families the first three children served at .50 each, from the fourth on served free. The A. and members of the parish are in charge of this, the second, in a series of monthly dinners. The proceeds will bene fit the new school fund. NEW PHILADELPHIA The following attended the semi-an nual conferences of the northern deanery at St. Vincent de Paul church. Mt. Vernon. Sunday af ternoon: Father Ambrose Freund, pastor of Sacred Heart church aBd dean of the northern deanery Mrs. Eugene Endres. Mrs. Iziuis Endres, Mrs. Dominic Ferchill, Mrs. Nick Sefing, Mrs. Floyd De Nicola, Mrs. Florence Endres, Mrs. Frank Destefam. Mrs. Adam Fish el. Mrs. Charles Blakely, Mrs. Bru no Columbo. and Mrs. Wilbur Franz, all of Sacred Heart parish. Special guests included Mrs. Al exander Glockner, member of the NCCW board, and Mrs. Frank Vo gel, president of the DCCW. The Men’s Glee Club of the host parish sang a group of numbers. MILLERSBURG The altar and rosary society of St. Peter parish heard reports on the Na tional Council of Catholic Wom en Convention held in Boston re cently. Making repor's were Mrs. Mary Everhart, Mrs. Mildred Mraz and Mrs. Marie Hardmi. The group pians tn sponsor a Christmas party for the children of the parish, the date to be an nounced later. The ne*t mee.ing of the society will be highlighted by a Christmas party, with a 50 cent gift exchange. The recent meeting was followed by mem bers preparing for shipment clothes that had been donated for the Thanksgiving clothing collection. The Ave Maria Society of St. Francis parish will sponsor a Bake Sale and Card Party Saturday. Dec. 4. at 8 p.m. in the school hall, 386 Buttles Ave. Mrs. Frank Smith and Mrs. Charles Hunsinger will be in charge of the baked goods, while Mrs John Bennett and Mrs. John Flood are co-chairmen of the euchre, bridge and canasta. All members of the parish and their friends are cordially invit- Next meeting of the St. Ann Altar Society and PCCW of the St. Michael parish will be on Wednesday. Dec. 8. Mrs. Edward Roche, president of presidium PTA NOTES The St. Ladislaus PTA will meet Thursday, Dec. 2, at 8 p. m. in the school hall. Parents will have the opportunity to talk to the teachers and visit the classrooms. Refreshments will be served aft er the meeting by parents of the fifth graders. NEW PHILADELPHIA—At last weeks meeting the Sacred Heart PTA. Mrs.’ William Mur ray reported on the PTA work shop held at the DCCW meeting in Columbus. A film on narcotics was shown as a special feature. Mrs. Ernest Cole and the first grade mothers served lunch at the close of the meeting. The PTA of St. Aloysius parish will meet Sunday, Nov. 2b, at 2:30 p. m. The guest speaker will be Amadeo Dabul of Argentina, a graduate of Ohio State University, who will speak about life in his country. The Holy Family parish PTA will hold its monthly bake sale Sundav, Nov. 28. in the church basement after the 8, 9:30 and 12 o'clock Masses. The organiza tion will also hold its monthly games party Wedriesday. Dec. 1, at 8:30 in the school cafeteria. Ohio News In Brief CINCINNATI—There is no con flict between religion and psy chiatry’, Baltimore Catholic psychiatrist declared in Cincin nati last week. Dr. Frank J. Ayd, Sr., who addressed several groups in this area, went on to say that “instead of being hostile to religion, psychiatry can render invaluable assistance to the spir. itual welfare of mankind.” DAYTON—More than 150 dele gates from Society of Mary high schools throughout the U.S. are expected to take part in a Manan ist Sodality Congress to be held at the University of Dayton this week, end. Want ads can make more noise for your prodt ct than a brass hand with 1,000 members. St. .Monica of the Altar Society, ha* announced that -t the meet ing the ladies will make stuffed animals and dre«» rag dolls for he children of St. Ann and St. Vincent Orphanages. It is the annual custom for each member to bring a gift for the men and women in St. Raphael s Home for the Aged, and canned goods for the needy. Mrs. Joseph Gere benics will give a demonstr tion of Christmas gift wrapping and bow tying. At their last session, the la dies elected the following new officers: Mrs, Ned Beale, presi dent Mrs. John Reilly, vice-pres ident Mrs. John Rafferty, secre tary, and Mrs. Joseph Seminsky, treasurer. The committee chairmen for 1955 are: Mrs. Arthur I^evy. re ligious activities: Mrs. Joseph Reiger, Catholic activities Mrs. Charles Welch, international re lations: Mrs. Vincent Daum. so cial action: Mrs. Ted Casey, PTA, and Mrs. Joseph Gerebenics, pub licity. NEW LEXINGTON At the No vember meeting of .he A A O. Hibernians, Edith Under was nam ed president for the coming year. Other new officers are Frances Thompson, vice-president: Mrs. Wil liam Howerth, treasurer: Cleo Sweeney, recording secretary, and Mrs. James Mingardner, scribe. DOVER—Father David Dress man was moderator when mem bers of the Blessed Martin Study Club met recently at the home of Mrs. Rob Finley. Mrs. Herman Rambeck was a guest. Mrs John 1713 u»m*/ 4/4 914 Utility Mo 4/4 Schlemi .er will be the hostess at the December meeting and Christmas party. DOVER—The Sisters at St. Jos eph Convent were given a “Har vest Shower” when the members of the St. Joseph PTA and PCCW held their combined meeting recently. Miss Pauline Adams, president nf BUDGET PLAN Fndav, Nov 26. 1954 by Drexel anerv Officers Newly elected officer* who will direct the work of the eastern deanery, Diocesan Council of Ca tholic Women, are pictured above. They are, left to right, Mrs. Loo Clark, St. Patrick parish, Junction City, vice president Mrs. ^tephen Matesich, St. Nicholas parish, Zanesville, president Mrs. Joseph Sie mer, St. Bernard parish. Corning, treasurer Mrs Mill G. Underwood, Jr., St. Rose parish. New Lexing ton, secretary, and Mrs. C. L. Chute, St. Rose parish. New Lexington, past president. the PCCW presented the gifts. Mrs. Carl Liesser presided at the PTA business meeting during which Mrs Francis Fick reported on the PTA Workshop held in Co lumbus. The First Friday breakfast committee was appointed and an nouncement was made that a ba zaar will be held Dec. 5. The next meeting will be held Dec. 15 and What could be more delightful than pink for your bedroom soft, subtle, Bermuda Pink! It's vours in an exciting genuine mahogany bedroom grouping just received from Drexel, offering you an entire new world of decorating ideas. W hat’s more, every piece is also available in an equallv beautiful Sapphire Blue. A^D in addition, vou have a choice of conventional mahogany tops, in both the pink or blue finishes, or striking white micarta tops! There’s value aplenty, too ... in unusual features, such as full-lined cedar drawer in the chest in traditionally fine Drexel craftsmanship and in the surprisingly modest prices. .„__ -. Hum in at your first opportunity! 4 v FURNITURE STORE SINCE 1*04 SOUTH HIGH AT RICH STREET the annual Christmas program will be presented at that time. The Mother’s Club of Phi Kappa fraternity at Ohio State Univer sity will hold a luncheon at 1 p. m. Wednesday in the chapter house. 98 E. Fourteenth Ave. This will be the first in a month ly luncheon series. A rtartcr croup, inefadinr draaser. mirror, eheet. tinrlt or double bed and ni*ht table eon be years for mat The ehe»t and dresoor have aiicarta tope too!