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In connection with their woik
on the music appreciation badg»,
members of Girl Scout Troop 47D
of St. Michael School will tour the
Jackson-Guldan violin factory ani
attend an open air concert at Ohio
State University during the montl
of May.
The events are being planned by
Mrs. Joseph Stoughton, troop lead
er, and her assistant, Mrs. Robert
Fenstermaker.
As an introduction to their
work, the girls listened to a dis
cussion on music appreciation by
Foster McElfresh, Jr., conductor of
the Columbus Orchestral Society.
Dr. B. A. Tanner
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MARION—Mrs. Mildred Bowman
of Sidney will head the Ohio State
Circle, Daughters* of Isabella, foi
the coming year. Election of Offi
cers climaxed a two-day meetinj
of the state organization April 30
and May 1, in Hotel Harding.
Other officers chosen were: Mrs.
Dorothy Patrick of Springfield, vice
regent Miss Catherine Liston of
Zanesville, secretary Mrs. Emma
Simmons of Marion, treasurer
Miss Margaret Creager of Chilli
cothe, Mrs. Mary Bergman of Fort
Recovery, Mrs. Marie Pealer of
Mansfield, trustees Miss Margaret
Quinlisk of Sidney. Miss Helen J.
Baechle of Cincinnati, Mrs. Bertha
Rassenfoss of Cincinnati, honorary
members. Columbus w’as chosen for
the 1956 convention.
A banquet Saturday night in the
cafeteria of Harding High School
was a social feature of the meeting.
RALPH
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NOODLES ON SATURDAY
president of the Western Deanery,
National Council of Catholic Wom
en, Anthony J, Brueneman of Cin
cinnati, state warden of the Knights
of Columbus, Mrs. Charles Faurot,
president of St. Mary Parish Coun
cil. National Council of Catholic
and Geon
Women
knight
Knights
Father William
pastor of St. Mary Church and
chaplain of the hostess group. Our
Lady of Victory Circle, and Mon
signor William E. Kappes of Co
lumbus, chanlain of the state circle
and head of the division of chari
ties in the diocese wrere speakers.
Music for the evening was by St
Mary Parochial School Glee club.
Providing a colorful climax for the
evening were drills by circles from
Columbus. Toledo and Marion.
Celebrant for the convention
Mass Sunday morning was Bishop
Michael Ready and assisting were
Monsignor Roland Wind, chancel
lor of the diocese, and Father
George Schorr, vice-chancellor of
the diocese Monsignor Kappes, Fa
ther William J. Spickerman, pastor,
and Father Edward Hudacek and
Father Robert Noon, assistant pas
tors of St. Mary Church.
The convention went on record
as encouraging modesty in dress,
clean and wholesome motion pic
tures, stage plays, radio programs
and television shows. A contribu
tion of $1,000 was made to the
Monsignor Lauce scholarship fund.
June 29 was designated as a Day
of Prayer for World Peace.
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Bi
o1
Reardi
received
novices
tions of
atives a
Wan
Ryan
pion, Flushing
Loretta Sul
Neil), New Haven. Conn. Grace Di
Marzio. (Sister William Mary), Steu
benville: Octavianna Abeyta, (Sis
ter M. Bernardita), Abiquiu. New
Mexico Eileen Heery, (Sister Eliz
abeth Ann), New York. N.Y,
Barbara Catalano, (Sister Mary
Alice), Columbus: Marian Gibson,
(Sister Theresa Man), Columbus
Carolyn De Palma, (Sister Mary
Colman). Ossining, N.Y. Margaret
Siler, (Sister Mary Anita). Middle
town. Pa.
Patricia McCabe. (Sister Gil
mary). Flushing. N.Y. Gilberts Mc
Gough, (Sister Mary Vesta), Pitts
burgh, Pa. Marie Ganotti, (Sister
Vincent Mary), New York. N.Y.
Lydia Sanchez. (Sister Frances Ca
brini), Dixon, New Mexico.
PT A NOTES
PORTSMOUTH—Robert Holzemer
was elected president of the Notre
Dame High School PTA at the May
meeting. Serving w i th Mr.
Holzemei will be Louis Lang, vice
president Mrs. A. P. Coate, secre
tary, and James K. Tannigan, treas
urer.
Retiring President Theodore
Hyle presented to Father Robert
White, school principal, a check
for purchase of new books for the
library.
Refreshments were served in the
school cafeteria under the direc
tion of Mrs. Herman Balser, Mrs.
Martin Bauer. Mrs. Burl Miller and
Mrs. Charles Wetta.
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Meetinn of DCCW
This general view of St. Mary’s church, Lancaster, was taken
as Bishop Ready closed the tenth annual spring meeting of he dioce
san Council of Catholic Women with Benediction of the Blessed
Sacr. ment in St Mary's Church, Lancaster, May 1. The meeting
was held in Lancaster public high school's auditorium where Mrs.
Anne Fremantle, internationally known lecturer and writer, was
the principal speaker. Bishop Ready presided at the meeting
which was conducted by Mrs. Frank H. Vogel, president of the
Diocesan council. Mrs. Hubert F. Gandee, president of the Lancaster
parish council, was general chairman for the conference.
Of Interest to
nner arrange-
Members of the 'abernacle So
ciety will attend Benediction on
Wednesday, May 18. at 3 p. m. in
the chapel of the Sisters of Notre
Dame, 331 E. Rich St
Members of Cc rpus Christi
Church are sponsoring a fried
chicken dinner May 15. Arrange
ments are in charge of the "T tc
Z” group. The diiiner will be
served in Corpu^ hristi Social
Hal^ Studer and Deshler Aves.,
from 11 a. m. to 5 p. m. Tickets
may be obtained from the com
mittec or at the door Adults
$1.00. children 50c.
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The Spring Festival Committee
of the SS. Peter & Paul, 324 E.
North Broadway ?t Wednesday
evening to complete plans and as
signments for the annua affair
which will be held
May 21.
on Saturday,
Father Dante Magr i P.I.M.E.. rec-
tor of the Mission House and Fa
ther James Bregola P.I.M.E. are as
sisting the Guilds of the Mission
in preparing the many features to
be presented that day.
Committee heads include Miss
Ada Ramey, Miss Anna Quint, Mrs.
Carmen DeJohn, Mrs. Grace Mar
tina, Mrs. R. P. Barnhart.
It is the hope of the committee
that many people w ill visit the SS.
Peter and Paul Mission to meet
some of the men who have only re
cently come from India and Chiu*.,
the trouble spots of the world.
Tuesday in the
pen
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THE CATHOLIC TIMES—S
Friday, May 13, 1955
Catholic Student
TOLEDO, O.—(NO—Ohio will be
represented in a nation-wide ora
torical contest by John Hayward,
17, a senior at Central Catholic
High School here. The finals will
be May 24 in Chicago.
The winner placed first in the
contest sponsored by the Ohio So
ciety. Sons of the American Reso
lution. to win the $100 priz’' with
his talk on “The Spirit of Patrick
Henry." He will attend the Univer
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four-year scholarship which he and
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