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ft—THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday, Oct. 28,1955
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HUNN MEATS AND GROCERIES Froo Delivery Dial 12M 32 S Paint St. CHILLICOTHE. OHIO Jtwtlsrt WARD AND WARD JEWELERS Diamond* Watebe* Jewelry Budget lenn* to •uit vour puraa F! Second St ChiUieoth* TERMITE SERVICE TERMITE SERVICE By Extermltel Procew Free »urvey nd eatlmatei. 2. Charlo* A Dearth Ph 24-4211, Chillicothe. Ohio. INFORMATION RC-9 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK CHILLICOTHE. OHIO OWL BAR AND GRILL ALL LEGAL BEVERAGES GOOD FOODS 295 East Mar St. Phono 8070 Chillicothe, Ohio Membership in the Catholic Student Mis sion Crusade grew last week as 117 new mem bers were pledged at St. Mary High School, Columbus. At tht same time, the St. Mary students prepared their first shipment of goods for the missions of Indie. Examining the re ligious articles and pamphlets are the C.S.M.C. K of Notes John F. Quint, Jr., has been selected temporary chairman of the new Knights of Columbus council being formed in the Tri Village area. At the same time, Lawrence Burns was named tem porary financial chairman. Five parish membership committees are now processing applications for the next meeting which will be held Thursday, Nov. 3, at 8 p. m. in St. Christopher School Hall. NEW PHILADELPHIA At their last meeting, the New Philadelphia council exempli fied the first degree as James Maley, Samuel Mascotti. Rob ert Sefing and Gabriel Mattcvi were inducted into the coun cil. Father Ambrose Freund, pas tor of Sacred Heart parish, has asked the council to continue its support of the First Friday Communion breakfast for the school pupils. -------------------o------------------- NEW YORK (NC) The American Bishops’ international relief agency has poured more than two million pounds of food stuffs into northeast India to aid victims of floods reported to be the worst in India's long history of natural disasters. Make your garden a blare of color for spring Our plants grow. Peat moss, fertlliier. OAKLAND NURSERY 1154 Oakland Park Ave. AM. 3-1504 ERDMANN’S PHARMACY PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST Chillicothe. Ohio HOME DAIRY PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS Phone 9276 SSI RIVERSIDE STREET CHILLICOTHE OHIO Complete Outfitters for the Entire Family MAYFAIRS CHILI JCOTHE OHIO Where to Dine RC-9o TMK SANDWICH SHOP tat E. Main Ph 7IH Let's Go Bowling 20th Century Recreation 79 I. 2nd St. BPAA SAUL'S Chillicothe, Ohio Recommended As A 1 Good Store For SUITS COATS DRESSBS Students Prepare Gifts for India Missions 1 I Youth Notes May They Rest in Peace SPRATT. Mrs. John, 76, Marion, Oct. 18, St. Mary church. Surviv ors: nieces and nephews. SMITH. Mrs. Allen. 61, Somer set, Oct. 19, Holy Trinity church. Survivors: her husband, four daughters, two sons, 10 grand children, a sister and a brother. BONAMEAU, Mrs. Marie, 67, 1874 Wager St., Columbus, Oct. 19, St. I^dislaus church. Surviv ors: nieces and nephews. GROGAN. Mark. 40. 3137 Dres den St., Columbus, Oct. 20, St. James the l^ess church. Surviv ors: his wife. Rita: four daugh ters, five brothers, and two sis ters. PLANT NOW The finntt In Holland Grown Bulb*. Tulip* par dozen, 75c and up SO mixed tulip*, 12.75 Darwin, Parrot, Double Carly and Late Tu lip*. Crocutet, 20 for 75c Hyacin th*, 4 for 75c. Svorgreent, Spread in* Juniper, Pfltzer, 52.05 up. Globe Arborvitae, $2.40 a u Yew*, many verletie*, 53.45 up. Hedge plant*, 2 feet for 24c Oriental Poppiet potted for bloom next spring, 50c lri», Lemon Lillie*, 25c up Chrysanthemum* In bloom, big clump for 50c fruit and shade tree*, 51.50 up. HEMPFLING, Raymond M.. 60, Zanesville, Oct. 20, St. Thomas church. Survivors, a daughter, a son, a granddaughter and seven sisters. FLOWERS. John A., 70, New l^xmgton, Oct. 19, St. Rose church. C1CCONETTI, Justino, 75, Dov er, Oct. 20, Sacred Heart church, New Philadelphia. Survivors: his wife, Annunziata two sons, five daughters, 13 grandchildren, nine greatgrandchildren, a brother and a sister. PARKER. Mrs. Mabie, 54, 107Vi W. Mound St., Columbus, Oct. 21, St. Bridget church, Xenia. Sur vives: her husband, Lawrence a brother and a sister. LONGSTRETH, Mrs. Margaret T, 49, Zanesville. Oct. 21, St. Thomas church. Survivors her husband. Ralph her mother, two sons, a daughter, two sisters and five brothers. HINGER, Walter. 57, Newark, Oct. 21, St. Francis de Sales church. Survivors: his wife Lulu his father and a brother. TOTH, Mrs. Mary. 82. Wain wright, Oct. 21, St. Therese church. Survivors: four daughters, four sons, dren and dren. Unit officers and Father James Kulp, diocesan director of the Propagation of the Faith. Standing, left to right, are Roger Bosworth, vice-president Joan DeBellis, secretary Dave Barker, president, and Carole McDevitt, treas urer. The rosaries were hand made by the students. Columbus Seniors to Compete In Oratorical Contest Finals Nine senior members of parish CYO’s in the city of Columbus will compete for prizes in the finals of the first Catholic Youth Week Oratorical Contest next Tuesday evening, Nov. 1, at 8:00 p. m. The program under sponsorship of the CYO division of the Council of Catholic Youth will be held at St. auditorium. Judges for Joseph's Academy 6th and Rich Streets, the contest will be laymen. priests and The nine finalists represent five Catholic High Schools and six parishes in the city. They in clude Terry Tolbert and Nancy Sauer, both from St. Mary’s CYO, from St. Mary of the Springs Academy Kathleen Fisher of St. Mary Magdalene CYO, and Carol Jo Argus of Our Lady of Victory CYO from St. Charles Prep School, John Tracey of St. Cath arine’s CYO. and Frank Zang of St. John the Evangelist CYO: from St. Joseph's Academy, Mary Lou McCormick, and Christine Koyro of St. Mary Magdalene CYO, and from Holy Family High School Mary Moore of St. Patrick's CYO. Seniors from the high school classes of the finalists are invit ed to the program and will join in a social activity following the speech contest. fourteen grandchib two grcat-grandchil- Miss Oct. Elizabeth. 87, 22. St. Peter SEIDEL, Sciotoville, church. Wheelersburg. Survivors: five nieces and four nephews. ORBAN. Joseph, 76, Dover, Oct. 22, St. Joseph church. Sur vivors: his wife, Juliana three sons. STEINMETZ. Miss Elizabeth. 69, Marion. Oct. 22, St. Mary church. Survivors: two brothers. RL'INE, Miss Ann, 87, 48 N. 21st St.. Columbus, Oct. 22. St. Jos eph Cathedral. Survivors: a niece and a nephew. RYAN. Andrew, 63. Zanesville, Oct. 22, St. Thomas church. Sur vivors: a sister and a brother. ADA'Sj Passenger Cars & Trucks Parts and Accessories Liberty Chevrolet Sales Inc, S. Main, Ada Parish Day will be noted in many parishes of the city Sunday with Communion Breakfasts and other parish programs through out the day. St. Mary Magdalene parish reports an All Hallows festival in the afternoon and evening with both CYO and young adults taking part. Other special activities during the week in clude the Pop Concert and Frolic at Valley Dale, Thursday. Nov. 3, at 8:15 p. m. and the CYO District Record Hops set for 8:00 p. m. Saturday, Nov. 5. The Young Adult Council of the eastern deanery held its monthly meeting last week at St. Jos eph's parish. Sugar Grove. Min utes of the former meetings were read and new business dis cussed. A Day of Recollection for youth of the eastern deanery was scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 6, at Sugar Grove. Paul PVsident of the eastern council. Ohio 143 ADA NURSING HOME I Far Man ant Woman AmWolatary and Bad Pattani* 24-Honr Nnraing Serviea Canvaloaeanta Decter* Available at all Seam Opal Clay, Manager 124 S. Gllbsrt Phon* S2S Shaw is deanery Bowling Two Young Adult Leagues are in progress this year under the sponsorship of the cen tral deanery Young Adult Coun cil. The Central League meets on Sunday afternoon at 1:30 p. m. at the Broad Olympic Alleys while the Hilltop parish groups meet at the same time at Old Trail Alleys on West Street. For information the leagues refer to the Bureau. I^rry Hoffman Mary Magdalene, and Jim Pav losky of Cathedral are chairmen of the leagues. Broad about Youth of St. News In Brief CINCINNATI The 351 lay teachers in the elementary schools of the archdiocese rep resent nearly one-fourth of the schools’ 1,573 teachers. Offic ial figures released by the Archdiocese School Office also showed that this year’s total enrollment in elementary and high schools is nearly six per cent above that of last year. TOLEDO—The Grey Nuns at St. Vincent Hospital have added another chore to their al ready crowded schedule. They are busy addressing some 10,• 000 invitations to their centen nial celebration which will be held Nov. 5. The nuns also op erate St. Anthony Orphanage here. TOLEDO The $950,000 St. Francis de Sales High School was blessed last Sunday by Bish op George J. Rehring. Use of a “flat plate” floor and roof con struction cut $3 to $4 a square foot from the cost of the job. STEUBENVLLE—When wat er was poured over the head of Mary Elizabeth Olzewski be fore many thousands of TV viewers here recently, it was believed to be the first time in the history of television that the sacrament of Baptism has been dramatized. Father Robert F. Marrer, producer of “The Greatest of These,” the dio cese's program, has announced that the other sacraments will also be dramatized. The Olzew ski child had previously been baptized in St. Peter’s Church. Where Care and Comfort Come First Church in Shanghai, one of the largest parish churches in city. Bishop Dominic Tang, Apostolic Administrator of Canton archdiocese, was arrest ed Oct. 12. together with Father Hsu, S.J., of Suhing near Can ton, according to the Macao radio. Confirmation of these arrests has not been obtained here. It wai also learned that the red flag has been boisted over the Carmelite convent in Shang hai. The nuns art still there, but they art untblt to htvt the Stcrifict of tht Holy Miss of ftrtd in thtir chapel. The execution of the 17 laymen occurred in September, it was learned, the same month in which Bishop Ignatius Kung of Shang hai, 17 priests, and some 300 lay men were imprisoned following mass arrests. None of the execut ed laymen was identified in reports. A strong propaganda cam paign has bttn launchtd against tht Church, charging More Anglican Clfergy Join Catholic Faith LONDON (Radio, NC)— Four more Anglican (Church of England! clergymen have embraced the Catholic Faith. Their conversions came only a month after the Rev. Walton Hannah, secretary of the Annunciation Group, made up of “Papalist” Angli can clergymen, had submitted to the Holy See. The new converts are the Revs. Hugh Ross Williamson, Lionel Meade, Frederick Woodward and J. Michael Busby. Mr. Williamson, 54, also was a prominent member of the An nunciation Group, which embrac es about 2.000 of the country’s most actively pro-Catholic clergy in this country. He was received into the Catholic fold at the Jesuit Church of the Immaculate Con ception in Farm Street by Father Basil Fitzgibbon, S.J. Busby announced that he will go to Rhodesia. Central Africa, at the end of the year to become a teacher. Mr. Meade, who had been an Anglican clergyman for nearly 40 years, has boon living for some time with the Benedictines at their abbey at Farnborough in southern England. Mr. Wood ward caused a sensation some time ago, when, as an Anglican minister, he led a pilgrimage to Rome from his parish of Wednesbury, Staffordshire. The new conversions have in creased to eight the number of Anglican clergymen who have joined the Church of Rome in recent weeks. Mr. Hannah is now studying for the Catholic priest hood at the Beda College in Rome. o------------------ Social Workers Hold Evening of Recollection Father C. Valerian Lucier, O.P., conducted an evening of recollec tion for Catholic social workers and their friends at St. Vincent’s Orphanage Oct. 20. Men and women from the var ious public and private agencies and their friends attended the event which was sponsored by the Catholic Welfare Bureau. Miss Dorothy Barulick. Miss Mary Evelyn Ruetty and Mrs. George Fox were In charge of arrange ments. 'Semeing the Tn-VUInge Area’ Patrick Ruddy & Son Plumbing Service Qnalttv Plembtag Ffartnre* IM4 W let HU- S.431S MU. S-1411 WHERE SAVE THOUSANDS MILLIONS Current Earnings 3% From Oct. 1st INSURED TO $10,000 CENTRAL OHIO FEDERAL SAVINGS 66 South Third Street BOWDEN NURSING HOME FOR AGED INVALIDS & AMBULATORY CASES GOLDIE BOWDEN Owner & Operator I Personally Live Here & Believe It Is One of The Finest and Best Equipped Nursing Homes In The State of Ohio Call... BRoadway 9-6566 33 MIDLAND AVE. Located on Hilltop, Sloe Number* Out on West Breed 17 Chinese Laymen Killed As Persecution Increases (Radio, N.C.W.C. News Service) HONG KONG Seventeen Catholic laymen have been executed in Shanghai by the Chinese communist government, marking a sharply increasing tempo in the persecution of native priests and laymen. At the same time, information reaching here states that a picture of Mao Tse-tung, communist party chief in China, has been placed over the high altar of Christ the King that "counter-revolutionary" activi ties. Newspaper reports indi cate that the Chinese commun ists may be preparing tb« ground for a spectacular "trial" aimed at the native leaders of the Church in China. S.J., the The parish of Christ the King in Shanghai was served by Jes uit Fathers. The rector and sev eral of the curates of the parish were seized in the mass arrests of last month. It is not known whether “patriotic” Catholics City daily. 501 Eaton Avonuo the the the The mass arrests marked opening of a new attack on Church by the communist govern ment. Having expelled most of the foreign missionaries, the gov ernment is now turning its atten. tion to the native hierarchy, priests and lay people. HAM A. 8KUNZA S-,nc'925 146 f. 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