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The five women pictured above have a combined total of 180
years of service as employes of St. Francis Hospital, which soon
will merge with St. Anthony Hospital. Left to right ere Miss Cath
erine Trapp, 25 years in the kitchen Miss Catherine Herbes, 32
years in charge of dining rooms Miss Lillian Howard, 46 years in
the operating room and laundry Miss Louise Falk, 45 years in
sewing room, chapel and guest department and Miss Nellie Galla
gher, 32 years as housekeeper. In addition, Miss Hermes worked
23 years at St. Anthony Hospital, and Miss Howard seven years at
St. Anthony before coming to St. Francis, bringing the group's
total hospital service to 210 years.
Mav Tliev Rest In Peace
SHEAF, Mrs. Katherine, 1329
Murrel Ave., Columbus, June 20,
St. Christopher church. Survivors:
two sons, three daughters,
grandchildren and three
grandchildren.
THEADO. Miss Marie, 62, 76 N.
Roosevelt Ave., Columbus, June 22,
St. Catharine church. Survivor: a
sister.
KRIER, Joseph Z„ 83, Philo, June
22, St. Ann church. Survivors: a
son, four daughters.
KUCKLEKORN, Mrs. Margaret,
84, 696 S. Bank St., Columbus, June
22, St. Mary church. Survivors: a
nephew and five nieces.
GLi&SON, Mrs. Nora, 80, 2291
Williams St.. Columbus, June 22.
St. Mary church Survivors: three
sons, two daughters, six grandchil
dren and three great-grandchil
dren.
COADY, Mrs. Mary M„ 81, 542
Vermont Pl., Columbus, June 23,
St. Patrick church. Survivors: two
sons.
REAM. William J., 81, 1615 Web
er Rd., Columbus, June 23. St. Au
gustine church. Survivors: his wife,
Lucy a son, four daughters,
brothers, eight grandchildren
eight great-grandchildren.
DOWNEY, John M, 62.
Gault St., Columbus, June 27,.
three
great-
two
and
Genevieve. 70,
Columbus,
church. Sur-
AMRINE, Mrs
2341 N. Fourth St.,
June 24, Holy Name
vivors: her husband,
rine: four daughters,
brothers and a sister.
E. V. Am
a son, three
SMITH. William H., 77. 139 E.
First Av?., Columbus, June 24, Sa
cred Heart church. Survivor: a
nephew.
WESTCAMP. Henry. 74. 123 Lan
sing St., Columbus, June 25. St.
Mary church. Survivors: several
nieces and nephews.
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Augusta: a daughter, a son,
sisters, three brothers and
grandchildren.
four
four
Tam-
RANDE, Mrs. Bernadina
boro, 74. 139 W. Mound St., Colum
bus, June 27, St. John the Baptist
church. Survivors: three daugh
ters, three sons, 16 grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.
GANZ, Herman E., 61, 402 Thur
man Ave., Columbus, June 27. St.
Leo church. Survivors: his wife,
Agnes: two sons, a daughter, two
brothers and five sisters.
SALAMONY, Antonio, 83.
22nd Ave., Columbus, June 27, St.
John the Baptist church. Survivors:
his wife, Rosa: three sons, seven
daughters, a sister, 12 grandchil
dren and two great-grandchildren,
JOSTEN, Mrs. Lucy, 2481 Powell
Ave., Columbus, June 27, St. Cath
arine church.
band, Arthur
brother.
s
Survivors: her hus
two sisters and a
Raymond, 67, for-
WOLFORD,
merly of 2219 Atwood Ter., Colum
bus, June 27, St. Augustine church.
Survivors: five sons, three daugh
ters.
KECK, Gilbert, 59, Newark. June
27, St. Francis de Sales church.
Survivors: his wife, Ruby a sister
and two brothers.
S.
MARCHI, Arthur, 73, 236
James Rd., Columbus. June 23,
John the Baptist church. Survivors:
three sons, five daughters and nine
grandchildren.
St.
CINCINNATI (NO—The 17 th
national convention of the Catho
lic Students’ Mission Crusade will
be held at the University of Notre
Dame from August 23 to 26, 1956,
it has been announced by Msgr.
Edward A. Freking, national sec
retary, here.
Americas
Dickies
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German Parish Honors Memory
Of Famed ‘Water Cure’ Priest
MUNICH. Germany —NC)— The parish of
holen near Augsburg, is commemorating this
00*h anniversary of the arrival of a Bavarian priest who was
to become world-renowned for his use of the “water cure’’
in ireating many ailments.
The priest-hydrotherapist w a s
Father Sebastian Kneipp, who was
in
born at Stenhansreid, Bavaria,
1821, and died at Woerishofen
1897.
ence with Pope Leo XIII, who w
greatly interested in his methods.
Father Kneipp came to Woeris
hofen as an assistant priest in 1855
and became pastor in 1880. In the
meantime he had made the village
famous as a mecca of “water cure”
patrons. “Kneippen has become a
household word in the German lan
guage for the methods used by the
genial priest, and Kneipp spas nov.
exist in various parts of Europe
and the United States.
The best-known Kneipp spa in
America is probably the one at
Rome City, Indiana.
The child of poor parents. Father
Kneipp became a weaver like his
father, but cherished the hope of
becoming a priest. Thanks to a
friendly priest, he eventually en
tered the seminary, but a pulmo
nary ailment almost forced him to
quit. However, he was able to cure
himself after reading a book by
the Silesian physician. Johann Sig
mund Hahn, who had introduced
water treatments in the city of
Schweidnitz and won wide acclaim
Encouraged by his own experience,
Father Kneipp, who was finally or
dained in 1852, decided to develop
Dr. Hahn’s methods.
While still a curate at Woeris
hofen. Father Kneipp practiced hy
drotherapy for the benefit of the
poor. Soon people from all parts,
rich as well as poor, were flocking
to him for treatments. When the
priest died in 1897. the Woerisho
fen spa was world famous. He pro
moted his theories in numerous
Father Klee
Offers Requiem
For His Mother
1371
people
He once had a private audi
Bishop Ready gave final absolu
tion. Bishop Hettinger. Auxiliary
to Bishop Ready, was also present
in the sanctuary.
Mrs. Klee is also survived by her
husband, and another son, William,
and a daughter, Joan Ann, of the
home.
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New Holland 55214
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Father Robert Klee, pastor
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City and St. Pius church. Moxhala.
offered a Solemn Requiem Mass
in Immaculate Conception church,
Columbus. Monday, for his mother.
Mrs. Arthur Klee, who died Friday
morning in Mount Carmel Hos
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