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KEN70N—Installation ceremon
ies for newly elected officers of
the Catholic Ladies of Columbia
of Immaculate Conception parish
were held this past week. New of
ficers include Mrs Willard Rapp,
president Mrs. Lewis Clark, vice
president Mrs. Willard R. Holl
and, Jr., recording secretary Mrs.
Leo Staudenheimer, financial sec
retary Mrs. Edwin C. Baker, treas
urer Mrs. Arthur Fout, trustee
Mrs. Lloyd E. Aurand, inner
guard, and Miss Josephine Shaffer,
monitor. The next meeting of
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the C.L. ot C. will take place
Thursday, Feb. 17, with Mrs. Rich
ard Manlick, social chairman.
Our Lady of Victory parish
council will sponsor a style
show, Wednesday, Feb. 9, at
8:30 p.m. in the school hall.
The public is invited to the show
which will be presented by the
House of Fashion, ’950 N. 4th
St. Council members who will
serve as models include Mrs.
John Klinker, Mrs. John Lynch,
Mrs. Lucille Miller. Mrs. Helen
Eberst, Mrs. Robert Berry and
Mrs Betty Pittinger. Mrs. For
est Curtin is chairman of the
program.
WAINWRIGHT Members of
the St. Therese altar society have
voted to purchase draperies for
the inside of the church which is
now receiving a new coat of paint.
Other business taken up at the re
cent meeting of the altar society
included the reading of a paper
on “Social Action” by Miss Ida
Tamborini, secretary. Mrs. Pete
Cardani read a report on religious
activities. Refreshments were serv
ed by Mrs Cecil Migoni, Mrs.
Bruno Panini and Mrs. Guy Sciari
ni.
Next meeting of the Holy
Rosary parish council will be
on Wednesday, Feb. 9. Recita
tion of the rosary will start at
7:45 in the church, and the
meeting will follow in the ele
mentary school hall.
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Father Augustine L. Winkler,
diocesan consultant to the com
Tnittee on social action of the
DCCW. will speak on “Social
Action and Legislation.”
The newly elected officers of the
St. John the Evangelist parish al
tar society will assume their du
ties at the regular monthly meet
ing scheduled foi Friday, Feb. 4,
at 8:00 p. Father James Kulp,
diocesan director of the Office of
the Propagation of the faith, will
be the guest speaker. New officers
include Mrs. Joseph McLean, pres
ident Mrs. W. N. Cline, first as
sistant Mrs. u. Glaser, second as
sistant Mrs. Leo Butler, vice-pres
ident Miss Lillian Lane, secretary,
and Mrs. Lawrence O’Neill, treas
urer. The group will donate a sum
of money to Father Kulp for the
missions in New Guinea.
Father James Kulp, diocesan
director of the Office for the
Propagation of the Faith, will
speak at the Feb. 8 meeting of
the Cathedral parish Holy Name
Society. The meeting, to take
place in the rectory, will begin
at 8:30 p. n. Father K ulp will
exhibit a film concerning Africa
showing recent successes of the
Missions there.
Earl J. Gaberm, president of
the Cathedral group, has announ
ced that there will be official re
ception ceremonies conducted
following the eight o’clock Mass
Feb. 13.
The Daughters of Isabella, Cir
cle 353, groups D. E, and G,
will entertain members and their
guests at a Mardi G-as partj, Feb.
22, at 8:00 p. m. in the Chittenden
Hotel Mrs. James .rilmore, Jr., is
chairman of the event. Assisting
her as co-chairmen are Miss Flor
ence Eilber, Mrs. Charles Felker
and Mrs. E. C. Frederick. Mrs.
George T. Lennon, Mrs. Harry
Spangler and Mrs. Fred Hirschman
are general chairmen for social
events during 1955. All members
are asked to remembe’ to bring
their parcel post packages for the
Daughters of Isabella stand at the
Orphans Picnic in July.
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New Mass, Office of Saint
Pius Expected Soon
VATICAN CITY—(Radio, NC)—
A new' Mass and Office of St. Pius
will be available to the world
shortly, it was learned here.
They were approved after final
discussion by the Sacred Congre
tation of Rites at a regular ses
sion. It is expected they will be
printed and distributed before
many weeks have passed.
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A Mid-Winter Fete
A Mid-wintar fate sponsored by the St. Jernes the Less altar
society and PTA will take place Friday, Feb. 11, at 10:00 p. m(
at Valley Dale. The public is cordially invited. Pictured above are,
left to right, Mrs. Herbert Thomas, ticket chairman for the affair
Mrs. Chester Croce, PTA chairmen, and Mrs. Alex McIntosh, altar
society cheirman. Proceeds of the fete will be used for the rurchase
of new school equipment. Tickets may be purchased at the door.
Pastor’s Work Pays Off
Parish is ‘Readingest’ in State
WARROAD, Minn —(NC)—Every
month is Catholic Press Month in
St. Mary’s parish in this town.
Years of patient promotion of
the Catholic Press in the parish by
Father Emmett Shanahan, pastor,
has turned it into the “readingest”
parish in the state, and the list of
publications distributed sounds a
bit like the Catholic Press Direc
tory.
As a result of Father Shanahan’s
promotion, each Sunday a special
publications collection is taken up
in addition to the regular -collec
tion. Funds derived from this
special collection, first of all, in
sure that every household in the
parish of 53 families gets Our
Booklet Predicts
Big Increase of
U.S. Catholics
DES MOINES, Iowa—(NC) It’s
possible that ten years from now
the Catholic population in this
country may number from 40 to
45 million persons, a booklet pub
lished here by the National Catho
lic Rural Life Conference predicts.
The booklet, entitled “32 Million
contains a survey of the
Church in the United States.
The Rural Life Conference hopes
to distribute tht booklet to visitors
to this country as well as Catholics
outside the nation. Present plans
call for translating it into Span
ish and giving it wide distribution
in Latin Amerca, the Conference
said. It will also be translated into
Italian, Portugese and other lan
guages.
The booklet hits the highpoints
of the Church in the United States,
including such things as a brief his
tory of Catholicism here, explana
tions of major Church organiza
tions, and numbers of priests and
lay persons.
In the last ten years, the book
let states, the population of the
country increased about one-fifth.
The Catholic population increased
by one-third and accounted for half
of the total growth.
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Northland Diocese, newspaper of
the Crookston diocese, and the na
tional edition of The Register, by
mail.
In addition, the special collec
tion permits the placing of 13
different Catholic magazines in the
vestibule of the church for any
who want to take them home, eli
minating the bother of collecting
for the magazines in the vestibule-
The magazines include among
others: The Catholic Digest, The
Sacred Heart Messenger, Topix,
Treasure Chest, The Sign, The Ca
tholic Boy and The Catholic Miss'
In addition to the magazines, 87
copies of the Confraternity edition
of the Young Catholic Messenger
are used for religious instruction
periods each week the Messen
gers graded according to the age
group of the pupils.
And that isn’t all. Father Shana
han reported that copies of other
Catholic magazines than those
available in the parish literature
rack go into the homes of his
parishioners through individual
subscriptions.
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U.S. Decorates
Heroic Sister
SEOUL, South Korea —(NC)—
A French nun, Sister Eugenie of
the Sisters of St. Paul of Chartres,
has been awarded the Medal of
Freedom by the United States
government for her heroism in
saving the lives of fellow prisoners
during her imprisonment by the
Korea Reds.
Sister Eugenie Demeusy, 51, is
a native of Dupuy, France, who
has spent almost half her life in
Korea. She had been mistress of
novices at the St. Paul convent in
Seoul since 1932. She was released
by the communists in April, 1953,
after having been taken prisoner
in June, 1950.
She was given the medal at a
ceremony at 8th Army headquar
ters here by Lt. Gen. Claude B.
Ferenbaugh. deputy commander of
the 8th Army-
Spaghetti Dinner Planned
Members of the St. Francis PTA are planning a spaghetti dinner
to be served in the school hall Sunday from 12 noon until 9:00 p.
m. Mrs. Margaret Dallas and Mrs. Angelo Martina will be in charge
of the kitchen. Pictured above looking over one of the posters
prepared to remind the publi*: of the dinner are, seated, left to
right, Mrs. Dallas, Mrs. Joseph De Franco, president of the parish
PTA, and Mrs. Martin... Standing are Mrs. Vincent Valentino, left, co
chamirman of the dinner, and Mrs. John Collins, ticket chairman.
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Inquiry into ‘Comics’ Voted
HARTFORD, Conn—(NC)—The
I Connecticut General Assembly has
I authorized a four-member legisla
I tive committee to investigate
i “comic” books and ascertain their
relation to the growing juvenile
1 delinquency in the State.
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Reds Forbid
(xMisecration
Of Chapel
TRIESTE (NC) Com
munist authorities in Yugosla
via have refused to permit the
consecration of a chapel in
Split designed by the famous
Croatian Catholic s u 1 ptor
Ivan Mestrovic, because it
might lead to a religious revi
val among the people.
The reason for the refusal
is given in a confidential let
ter sent by the Yugoslav Min
istry of Interior to local au
thorities in Split, a copy of
which has become available here.
The letter said that “for the time
being the government, after ma
ture consideration of the matter,
cannot grant permission to the re
actionary Roman Catholic Bishop
of Split to perform the public and
solemn religious ceremony of the
consecration of the small church
in Split built by the well known
sculptor Ivan Mestrovic, since the
end of the war a resident abroad
who recently became an American
citizen.” (Mr. Mestrovic is now
teaching at the University of Syra
cuse in Syracuse. N.Y. He will join
the faculty of the University of
Notre Dame next summer.)
The letter continued:
“You are advised, however, to
adopt delaying tactics in re
gard to the Bishop of Split.
“The consecration of the Mestro
vic church would lead to the re
vival of superstition called re
ligion by our enemies—among the
ignorant people.
“W’e hope that the Mestrovic
church will remain as it is at pres
ent: a museum of the religious art
of the bourgeois-capitalist epoch
which ended in Yugoslavia with
the victory of the communist par
tisans. As such the Mestrovic
church will serve the useful pur
pose of attracting foreign tourists,
particularly Americans and Ger
mans, who are bringing*"us foreign
currency.
“It is hoped that the sculptor
Mestrovic, who is now an old man,
will not live for many years. When
his death occurs, it should serve
Parish CYO Will Present
The St. Mary Magdalene parish
CYO will present its annual variety
show on Friday and Saturday eve
nings at 8:15 p. m. and Sunday aft
ernoon at 2:30 p. m. in the school
hah. The show will include min
strel bits, excerpts from the “H.
M. S. Pinafore” and a one act com
edy entitled the “Black Diamond
Mystery.”
Tickets are being sold by CYO
All proceeds will go to
the Church building funu.
PTA NOTES
Ohio State University football
coach Woody Hayes will be the
guest speaker at Sunday’s meeting
of the St. Christopher PTA. The
meeting jwill be held at 3:00 p.m.
in the school hall, 1381 Ida Ave.
All members of the parish are in
vited.
St. Mary parish PTA will meet
in the school hall, Thursday, Feb.
10, at 8:00 p.m. The school chil
dren of the high school depart
ment will entertain. Refresh
ments will be served by mothers
of the junior students.
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LOGAN For the past year a
group of Parish Council members
from St. John Church in Logan has
gone each third Friday of the
month to Veterans’ Hospital in
Chillicothe to mend in the laundry
department.
In the group the past month
were Mrs. Ed Eberst. Mrs. Joe
Brown, president of the Council.
Mrs. John Geiger, Mrs. Lawrence
Kessler Mrs. Al Kaiser, Mrs Hu
bert Daugherty, Mrs. John Litz,
Mrs. Russell Montgomery, Mrs. Ro
sella Nixon, Mrs. Thomas W'alsh
and Mrs. Joe Judy. The group also
sews for Mt. St. Mary’s Hospital in
Nelsonville when needed.
The Council will hold a valen
tine party in the school hall to
night, Feb. 4. Dr. J. Ward Deering
will show slides taken at the Rose
Bowl Parade on New Year’s Day.
as a good pretext for forgetting
the pledge undertaken by the gov
ernment, namely to turn the
church into a place of worship un
der the jurisdiction of the Bishop
of Split.”
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_Friday* Feb- 4’ 1955___
St. John the Baptist Parish
Sponsoring Social
St. John the Baptist parish is
sponsoring a Valentine Social to
morrow, Feb. 5, at 720 Hamlet
Ave., from 8 to 12 p. m- Music
will be furnished by the Twilight
ers of Reynoldsburg.
The committee heading the
affair includes Teresa Melarango,
Frances Stefanelli, Gloria DePie
tro, Norma Rossi and Delores Mar
inelli. Refreshments, including
pizza, will be available.
Proceeds will be used to pay
for th£ newly-painted church
statues.
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