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Dover Capuchin Father to Mark
Fiftieth Jubilee of Ordination
Father Cyprian Gehrling. O M. Cap., assistant pastor of
St. Joseph's parish, Dover, will celebrate his golden jubilee of
ordination. Tuesday, June 21 hy offering a Solemn Mass of
Thanksgiving in St. Joseph church.
The jubilarian, who has spent
his entire priestly life in the per
formance of pastoral duties, has
served parishes in Pennsylvania,
West Virginia, Kansas and Ohio.
He was founder of one parish and
co founder of another, in each case
building the first church.
Father Cyprian is a native of
Sfeinfeld, Underfranken, Bavaria.
He came to this country from his
home town at the age of 12. Ho en
tered St. Fidelis Seminary, Her
man. Pa., operated by the Capuchin
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Fathers, and studied later at the
'ani.irhin novitiate at St. Mary’s
Monastery and at Sts. Peter and
Paul Monastery, Cumberland, Md.
He was ordained June 21, 1905, by
James Cardinal Gibbons in Balli
Following nine more months of
study, the new priest was first ap
pointed tn serve in Kansas A short
lime later hr was transferred to
Sacred Heart parish. Charleston.
W Va. It was while he was serving
at Charleston that he became inter
ested in the problems of the Pol
ish element of the community that
led eventually to the erection of
a new church. St. iJadislaus, in
West Charleston. Later a parish
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In fha spring of 1950, ha or
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oped qutekiy and now has a resi
In July, 1954. Father Cyprian
ended 24 years of priestly work
the State of Kansas and came
St. Joseph’s, Dover, O.
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KENTON—The regular monthly
meeting of the Holy Name 'Society
of Immaculate Conception parish
will be held Monday, June 20, in
St. Anthony School. This will be
the last session until September
The meeting will include elec
tion of officers and a dramatization
of Our I^ady of the Rosary of Fa
tima by members of the Y. C. W.
A social hour will follow
Charles Page has been elected
president nf the Holy Name So
ciety of the new St. Agnes par
ish. Other officers include Jos
eph Bellomy, vice-president ILaw
rence J. Brenner, Jr., secretary,
and Paul Kauderer, treasurer.
Committee chairmen appointed
by Page are: Harold Anderson,
program Herman Hanson, youth
Al Vellani, publicity Gene Puc
cetti, entertainment Francis
Karabinos, sick and vigil Dick
Saner, press, radin and TV and
Joseph Robine, marshal.
Officers heading the Holy Name
Society of Our l^ady of Victory
parish for the coming year arc
Thomas Tarpy, president Thomas
Applegate, vice president
Thomas Mancuso, secretary
Frank Huber, treasurer.
Richard L. Hoffman has been
elected president of the Holy
Name Society of St. Thomas the
Apostle parish. Other officers
of the organization include James
J. Maxwell, vice-president Jos
eph M. Schwartz, secretary, and
Robert D. Evans, treasurer.
Joseph Connors was elected pres
ident of the Holy Rosary parish
Holy Name Society at the organi
zations annual communion break
fast held Sunday. Other newly
elected officers include William
Underwood, vice-president Edward
Herbert, Jr., secretary, and Adrian
was established dedicated to
In 1918, Father Cyprian was
pointed to the diocese of Pitts
burgh where he served for 12 years
in St. Augustine's parish. He re
turned to Kansas, the fields of his
early labors, in 1930, where he
served as pastor of several parish
es and directed several missions.
Father Albert Culliton, pastor of
St. Christopher parish and director
of the diocesan Holy Name Union,
was the guest speaker at the break
Harry A. Daugherty, Jr., was
elected president of St. Cathar
ine parish Holy Name Society
Sunday. Other new officers in
The 76-year-old priest acted
Capuchin Superior for nine years,
1930-’39. He has given missions and
retreats for Sisters. For six years,
while in Kansas, ho prepared a
lengthy monthly conference for
Sisters. His life h.as been singular
ly devoted Io the work of a relig
ious and priest, so much so that ho
has never returned to his native
land of Bavaria.
Chant Authority Dies
NEW YORK—(NC)- Achille Pi
.erre Bragers, author of many
works on the Gregorian chant, died
here last week at his home. A re
tired teacher of liturgical music
at Manh'attanville College of the
Sacred Heart, Purchase, N. Y., he
WARD AND WARD
Thomas Caito, vice-presi
William Tritschler, secre
and Jack Anglim, treas-
STRASSER, Charles, 87, 1449 Stu
der Ave., Columbus, June 7, St.
Mary church. Survivors: his wife,
Louise a brother and a sister.
BOURGEOIS. Mrs. Frank. 62.
Johnstown, June 8. Church of the
Ascension. Survivors: her step
mother, Mrs. Jennie Brennan two
step-sons, two step-daughters, two
brothers and nne sister.
MONETT. Mrs. Julia 89. 2936 Fre
mont Ave., Columbus, June 10, St.
Alnysius church. Survivors: sev
eral nieces and nephews.
i AN. Mrs. Ellen, 92. 623 S. 22nd
St., Columbus, June 11, Sj. John
the Evangelist church. Survivors:
s daughter, two grandchildren and
BRENNAN, Charles J.. 88, 571
Berkeley Rd., Columbus, June 10.
Holy Rosary church. Survivors: a
daughter, two sons and three
VATICAN CITY (NO Be
cause of intelligent Christian Dem
ocratic action, communist efforts
hive again been blocked. Osserva-\
torr della Domenica, Vatican City
weekly, noted in its comments on
the Sicilian elections.
In the elections the communists
and their allies were held to very
small gains, while the Christian
Democrats substantially increased
their vote. The Reds polled 30.5
per cent of the popular vote, com
pared with 30.2 per cent in 1951.
The Christian Democrats won 38.6
per cept of the vote, compared
with 31.2 per cent four years ago.
"One might have wished for a
notable decrease in communist
strength, but it is a highly im
portant fact that the extrema left
did not advance," said Federico
Alessandrini of the newspaper's
"Everyone knows,’’ he added,
“that in Italy’s south the commun
ists had the chance 1o expand
which they have lost elsewhere.”
He said it was due to the effective
work of the Christian Democrats
that such an expansion did not
May They Rest In Peace
BAUM EISTER. Frank C., 86, 430
S. 18th St., Columbus, June 6, Holy
Cross frhurch. Survivors: a son, two
grandchildren and a brother.
CONNORS. John .1., US. 411 Mor.
risen Ave., Columbus, June 6, Holy
Rosary church. Survivors: his wife,
Laura a son and three grandchil
THOMAS, Mrs. Mary, 67, 107 E.
Pacemont Rd.. Columbus, June 6.
Immaculate Conception church.
Survivors: her husband. Floyd four
sons and two daughters.
SPECHT, Frank H.. 73, 721 New
York Ave., Columbus, June 6, St.
Mary church. Survivors: his wife.
Margaret six sons, two daughters,
a sister and 13 grandchildren.
BLACKBURN, Clay D., 76, 1225
E. Livingston Ave., Columbus, June
8, St. John the Evangelist church.
Survivors: his wife, Anna three
daughters, seven grandchildren and
VENS1L, Mrs Arthur, 69. near
Newark, June 10, St. Mary church.
Mattingly Settlement. Survivors:
three sons and two daughters, five
grandchildren, two brothers and a
MATTHEWS, Mrs. Minnie Cleve,
71. 7693 Riverside Dr.. Columbus’
June 10. St. Michael church. Sur
vivors: her husband three sons,
seven grandchildren and a sister.
VON VILLE. Jacob A. 51. 2«97
E. Sixth Ave.. Columbus. June 11.
St. Thomas church. Surivivors: his
wife, Laura three sons, a daugh
ter, a brother and a sister.
REDLE. Mrs. Emma, 77, 7130
Havens Rd.. Columbus.June 13. Holy
Spirit church. Survivors: a daugh
ter, three grandchildren, a brother
and two sisters.
SANDERSON. Harold 54 321
Olentangy St., Columbus, June 13,
Immaculate Conception church.
Survivors: his wife, Catherine and
REDLE, Mrs. Emma, 77. 7130
Havens Rd., Columbus. June 13.
Holy Spirit church. Survivors: a
daughter, three grandchildren, a
brother and two sisters.
KRANTZ, Edward. 78. Dover,
June 10, St. Joseph church. Surviv
ors: his wife, Margaret a son.
three daughters and „ix grandchil
BAUER, Mrs. Marie, 82, 356 E.
Beck St., Columbus, June 9, St.
Mary church. Survivors: one bro
MIDDLEKAUFF, Mrs. Anna, 1236
Wilsnn Ave., Columbus, June 10,
Corpus Christi church. Survivors:
a daughter, four grandchildren a
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OPEN SUNDAYS 1:30-5:30
EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT
Monuments'- Markers Mausoleums
St, Ladislaus Sets
The St. I^dislaus parish home
coming will take place tomorrow
gland, fish pond.
A fancy work
I baked goods, novelty games and
many other attractions will be fea
tured. Pizza and ham sandwiches
and other refreshments will be
served. Another feature will be the
sale of plates that carry a picture
St Ladislaus church In addi
tion. a color trlevKion set and oth
er items will be on display.
Holy Family Parish Sol*
2-Day (Carnival. Fiah Fry
Hnly Family will sponsor a car
ival and fish fry Friday and Sat
urday, June 24 and 25, at West
Rev. homa* A. a I i n I Rroad Si and Skidmore, adjacent
O.S.F.S. (above), for the past I to the church, beginning at 5 p.
three year* Executive Secretary Im Lyman Chappie is serving as
of the National Newman Club I general chairman.
Federation, ha* been appointed I The annual festival will
Ataitfant Director of the Youth I games and entertainments for all
Department, National Catholic I sge groups Fish will he served
Welfare Conference. He repl.c- I both evening■ and will he available
Father Eugene Eitolein who nn a rarr, nilt haM.
ha* returned to hi* home dioecte
of Nashville, Tenn.
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Announcement was made h\ Dr
John J. Desmond Jr.. Commissioner
of Education and chairman of the
Board of Collegiate Authority in
Massachusetts. It is believed to
be the first college in the country
that honors the Blessed Mother
under the new title of her Queen
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