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The St. Leo altar-rosary society will sponsor a social Saturday, May 7, in the school hall from 9 to 12 p.m. Bob Morgan and his orchestra will provide the music. Mrs. Edward Kolas, general chairman, has announced that the public is invited and that tickets will be available at the door. NEW PHILADELPHIA The Marian Study Club's next meet ing will be in the home of Mrs. Richard Dunham Thursday, May 19. The group is currently study ing the book, "This Is the Faith.” WAINWRIGHT At last week’s meeting of the St. Therese altar society, members of St. Paul par ish, Midvale, and St. Elizabeth par ish, Roswell, were special guests. Miss Josephine Berlendis conduct ed the business session. The next meeting will be on May 31. The Guilds of the St. Ralphael Home for the Aged are sponsor ing a spaghetti dinner Sunday, May 15, from 12 noon to 7 pm. at the Town and Country Room in the Neil House. The dinner is open to the public. Mrs. S B. Longeman is gen eral chairman of the dinner, which will be prepared by Mrs. Grace Martina and Mrs. Margar et Dallas. Ladies in the H, I and groups of St. Ladislaus perish will spon sor a breakfast and bake sale Sun day, May 8, from 6 a m. to 1 p.m. in the school hall, 277 Reeb Ave. Mrs. Harold Hirschman and Mrs. George Holliday are co-chairmen. Mothers’ Day cakes, nut kifli and donuts will be on sale. The pub lic is invited. Mrs. Mary Ellerman, Newark, deputy organizer, will conduct inspection of the St. Elizabeth Auxiliary No. 3 at that group’s regular meeting, Wedne s a y May 11, at 581 S. High St. Those members whose last names begin with G, and K will be in charge of the refreshment and entertainment committee. Mrs. Elizabeth Jones is chairman and Mrs. Florence Hueckel is co chairman. The Altar Society and PCCW of St. John the Evangelist church will meet Friday, May 6, in the school hall, 640 S. Ohio Ave., at 8:00 p.m. Games and refreshments wall fol low the meeting. -----------------o----------------- SS. Peter Paul Mission House Plans Annual Fete Final arrangements are being made for the annual festival to be held Saturday, May 21, on the grounds of the SS. Peter and Paul Mission House. 324 E. North Broad way. The affair, which will in clude entertainment for all age groups, will run from 3 to 11 p.m. Heading up the committees are John Fath and Paris Fracasso. who are serving as co-chairmen. Other chairmen include Mrs. Grace Mar tina, Mrs. Carmen DeJohn, Mrs. R. P. Barnhart and Miss Ada Ramey. Ladies from the 16 Franklin County Guilds associated with the Mission House will work for the success of the festival. Proceeds will be used for needed repairs. o----------------- CHICAGO (NC) The Thom as More Association Medal for the “most distinguished contribution to Catholic publishing” has been awarded to Doubleday and Com pany, publishers of Image books, a new series of paper-bound reprints of Catholic works. "Rp|||vr|,, 151 Years Service to Church Mrs. Horae* Hardesty, 93, mother of Sister Mary Conrad, S. L., traveled from Tulsa, Okla., to Denver Colo., with her two priest sons for the golden jubilee of her daughter as a Sister of Loretto. Th* two priests and two Sisters have spent 151 years in the service of the Church. Eleven of Mrs. Hardesty's 12 children are still living, in the photo are Sister Mary Conrad, oretto Heights College, Loretto, Colo. Msgr. Gilbert Hardesty, chaplain, St. Anthony's Hospital, Oklahoma City, Okla. Father Leo Hard*sty, chaplain, Blackwell Hospital, Blackwell, Okla. Not pictured is Sister Mary Engelbert, of Louisville, Ky., a Good Shepherd Sister for 52 years. Brooklyn Lady Named Catholic Mother of Year DAYTON, 0. (NC) One of the best known leaders of Catholic women in the United States has been selected as the 1955 Catholic Mother. She is Mrs. Henry Mannix of Neponset, Long Island, N. Y.. Diocese of Brooklyn, former president of the National Council of Catholic Women and mother of ten children, nine of whom are living. Her selection as Catholic Mother of the Year was announced here by Dr. Edward A. Huth, University of Dayton sociologist, who is pres ident of the National Catholic Con ference cn Family Life. When informed of Mrs. Mannix’ selection. Father James Boyle of St. Francis of Assisi Church. Mount Kisco. N.Y., where the fam ily spends much of its time, com mented: “May I say unhesitatingly that I have never met a more outstanding Catholic mother. Mrs. Mannix has been the inspiration to her family and here in our parish she has gained the respect and admiration of priests and others alike. She is a daily communicant and^ added to this, in her busy life either at home or away, always finds a church and the time to spend one hour a day before the tabernacle. Her whole life seemingly is a con tinuous devotion to Jesus, Mary and Joseph. This devout spirit is reflected in her family. Anyone City Joins Fight Against Radio Dirt INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (NC) The Hoosier capital city has join ed in the fast-spreading effort to eliminate the broadcasting of ob jectionable records over the air. A survey conducted by The In diana Catholic and Record- arch diocesan newspaper, disclosed that four of the five stations operating here have been screening discs used on disk jockey shows. One of the four stations—WIRE —has issued an appeal for help from civic and religious leaders to aid station personnel in the task of coding more than 20,000 records in the station’s record library. Fa ther Richard Grogan, director of the Catholic Information Bureau, is among those who have pledged to support the station’s effort to assure wholesome records for teen age listeners. HUB FEDERAL Savings and Loan Association HIGH ST. AT RICH CA. 4-3871 “ALL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS INSURED UP TO $10,000.” CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE 2Yi% ALLmoney saved or invested at the who knows her could go on end lessly recounting her good deeds. God alone knows all the good she has accomplished.” And Mother Eleanor O Byrne of the Religious of the Sacred Heart, president of Manhattanville Col lege of the Sacred Heart, Purchase, N.Y., added: “I hasten to send an expression of esteem and admiration for Mrs. Mannix and her husband, who have been and are exemplary parents. They have always been close to their children, have made their home the center of family life and have shown that fullness of faith and devotion which overflow into the prayer-life of every day.” Mrs. Mannix, the wife of a prom inent New York attorney, is vice president general of the World Union of Catholic Women’s Organ ization and served as president of the National Council of Catholic Women from 1946 to 1948. Mrs. Mannix has represented the NCCW as an observer at the meet ings of the United Nations Securi ty Council has served as a mem ber of the executive committee of the National Catholic Community Service, and was appointed by for mer President Truman to serve as a member of the USO corporation. The Catholic Mother of the Year award is not the first honor Mrs. Mannix has received. She was the first recipient in 1948 of the Mag nificat Medal, which is awarded an nually by Mundelein College, Chi cago, and in 1954 received the Americanism Award of the Knights of Columbus. Fordham University honored her with a doctorate of laws in 1945, o----------------- New Auixilary Bishop Named to Freiburg FRIEBURG (Radio, NC)— Msgr. Hermann Schaufele, canon of the cathedral and an official of the archdiocesan curia, has been named Auxiliary to Archbishop Eu gene Seiterich here. by MAY 10th will earn income from HUB PTA NOTES The St. Francis of Assissi PTA will meet Wednesday, May 11, at 8 p.m., in the school. Classrooms will open at 1.3G. Men of the PTA will be hosts at the meeting, at which elections will be held. DENNISON At last week’s meeting, members of the St. Mary PTA re-elected their offic es for another year. The hold overs include Mrs. Alice Green, president Mrs. Betty Still, vice president: Mrs. Joan Riffle, sec retary. and Mrs. Sylvia Cush, treasurer. The PTA will hold its Mothers’ Day bake sale Saturday, May 7. Parents and senior class mem bers will be honored guests at the last meeting of the year on Thursday, May 12. Mrs. Bud Wolfe is general chairman, and Mrs. Duane Yant is in charge of decorations. The all-city Catholic grade school band will entertain mem bers of the Corpus Christi parish PTA during their meeting, Friday evening, May 13, in the social hall. Leo Hall directs the band. At the same meeting, newly elected officers will be installed. They include Richard Castrop, president Mrs. G. Huntley, vice president Mrs. James Wiltshire, secretary Joseph Slattery, treasur er Gene Maciejewski, historian, and Mrs. Robert Glass, auditor. o--------------------- St. Leo Foresters Celebrate Golden Jubilee May 8 St. Leo’s Court No. 1475, Catho lic Order of Foresters, will open its golden jubilee year celebration at the annual Communion break fast Sunday, May 8. following the 6:30 a.m. Mass. Adult and Boy Ranger members will meet in the school at 6:15 and march to the church. The late Father Charles F. Kess ler, parish founder, was also in strumental in establishing the St. Leo Court in the parish on May 15, 1905. He remained spiritual director until his death in 1920. Since then, Msgr. Bernard P. Vogel, pastor emeritus, and Msgr. Francis J. Schwendeman, the present pas tor, have directed the spiritual needs of the Court. Five members of the charter class of 25 will be special guests at the breakfast. They are Her bert Hoey, Simon Konanz, William Konanz, John Schick and William Hickey. Another 50-year Forester is John A. Sullivan, who transfer ed to St. Leo Court in 1915. The meal will be served by the women of St. Leo Court No. 105. -----------------o----------------- Plan Classes For Retarded OTTAWA, O. (NC) The basement of SS. Peter and Paul School will be used next term for two classes for the retarded from seven to 21 years. The project has been approved by the Putnam County Health Advisory Council, setting a budget of $10,000 for two teachers and an assistant. The $10. 000 is to be raised the first year by public contributions. It was said that the Ohio De partment of Education will assist with financing the classes after a year’s satisfactory operation. The county welfare office is the infor mation center. A guidance center in nearby Lima will screen appli cants. —...... O----------- MANILA, April 18 (Radio, NC) —A new Diocese of Dumaguete has i been erected the Philippine Is lands with territory taken from the Bacolod diocese, suffragan of the Cebu archdiocese, according to an announcement of the apostolic nunciature here. Friday, May 6, 1955 .50 20 The New POLISH Fll trFLI*«ItS CENERMl&flfC‘”C ECHENRODE'S Will Allow You s50 TRADE-IN ON YOUR OLD FURNITURE Toward The Purchase Of A New Living Room Suite-Sofa Bedroom Suite-Dining Room Suite /furniture THE CATHOLIC TIMES-5 BR EARRINGS (plus Brooch miniature 14 green $7.50 JEWELERS NOW OPEN HELEN OILER BEAUTY SHOP At 4402 INDIANOLA Fbrmerly at 2435 N. 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