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The catacombs are 68 feet be low street level, near the ancient Via Latina, a street that angles off from the historic Appian Way south of the city. They are in the same vicinity as the cata combs of St. Callistus, visited by large numbers of people who come to Rome. Many catacombs have been dis covered in past centuries. Some have been lost, then rediscovered after hundreds of years. The ex istence of still others has been known from ancient records, and these have been found after a long search. Th* catacombs of th* Via Latina ar* called a "true dis covery" b*cau$* th*r* had been no record of them and their existence was u nk n o w n to scholars. Three sections of varying age make up the network of the cata combs thus far many others, the contain several rows of common special burial places for people of distinction and steps hewn in earth leading to several levels. The distinctive features of the new catacombs, however, are th* imposing architectural forms that were used in them and th* quantity and quality of the frescoes. According to Father Ferrua, the frescoes are superior to any others yet discovered. Several The St. Al oysi us PTA will meet Sunday, Apr. 22. at 2:30 p.m. in the annex. Sister Igna tius Marie. S.N.D., diocesan TV coordinator, will speak on “Par ents in Mid-Twentieth Oentury Communications.” A social hour will follow the business program. frolic The annual spring sponsored by the Christi PTA will be held to night, Apr. 20. from 9 to 12 p.m. in the social hall. GREEN CAB CO CA. 4-4/47 PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE SUPER MARKET 2976 W. BROAD ST. Livmoor Heights 300 New Home Sites Near The Site Of The New "Bishop Hartley High School" Zettlar Road and Livingston Ave A vartetv ot 3 and 4 bedroom homes are now available at Moderate Prices ranging from $14,500 to $20,000. by the buildei of Beautiful EASTMOOR SOUTH Display Homas Open Daily, Including Sunday Afternoon. Evenings by Appointment. Call Mr. Hesket, HU. 8-7629, Or Mac McKinley, EX. 6951 ERNEST G. FRITSCHE CO. EX. 3431 EX. 3432 HERE FINNERAN & FISCHER Oak and 6th Sts. Corpus Arrangements for the affair are being made by the fifth and sixth grade parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wuellner, general chairmen, will be as sisted by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baer. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Baer. Mr. and Mrs. John Wit tenmeir, Mr. and Mrs. John only $|5° COLUMBUS, OHIO CA. 4-1070 Back 1,500 Years Ic,* 1 A] A explored. Like new catacombs small chapels, burial shelves, now network of catacombs found in excavations near the Appian Way south of Rome reveals what Jesuit Father Antonio Ferrua, secretary of the Pontifical Commission for Sacred Arche ology, calls "a fourth century art gallery." The drawing (top) repre sents the Biblical account of Jesus meeting the woman of Samaria at the well, and in the bottom drawing a fourth century medical class scene is found in a doctor's tomb. No record of the catacomb was known prior to the discovery, and its suspected existence was not guessed by scholars. new picture themes are used and the known th-emes are executed in a fine manner not found else where. In addition to commonly known scenes of the Old and New Testa ment, the subject matter of the frescoes includes pagan themes and.scenes from civil life. Old Testament themes predominate. Hammil and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmitt. Tickets will be available at the door. Leo F. Hall, musical director of the City Catholic Grade School Band, presented a portion group at the St. Leo PTA ing last evening. Fourth students also participated program. served Rrefreshments were under the supervision of room mothers Mrs. Jack Howard and Mrs. Leo Mertens. COSHOCTON Stanley Shaw was elected president of the Sacred Heart PTA at the April meeting. Committee chairmen for the coming year include Mrs. Mar tin Murphy and Mrs. Patrick White. Emil Mrs. bcrt Mel Bales, social, and Mrs. Markley, membership. program Milo Boz, Starke. Carl Emmert, Robert Cannon and Ro- The affair will be held in the convent, and will include an in spection of the newly-completed addition. The function will close with Benediction in the church. Mrs. Ivan Davis is in charge of arrangements, and Mrs. Howard Bass is refreshment chairman. Other workers include Mrs. Thom as Doucher. Mrs. Rudolph Beck er. Mrs. William McGrath. Mrs. Victor Steffel. Mrs. George Loom is and Mrs. Edward Durbin. -----------------o--------------- “Vincit qui patitur.” He who en dures overcomes. Wari ads can make more noise ii vour product than a brass .nd with 1,000 members NOW M. Michael. the public available at Emil Mrs. Rus Mrs. Other officers are Mrs. Starke, vice-president: P. J. McGrady, secretary sell Spang, treasurer, and Robert Weaver, historian. Mrs. John McKee, finances Rollman and Mrs. David The association is planning a benefit party Saturday, Apr. 28. in the school hall. -----------------o----------------- St. Aga I Ii a Nuns Ask Parishioners To Open House The Sisters who teach at St. Agatha School are extending an invitation to members of the parish to an oncn house and tea Sunday. Apr. 22. from 3 to 4 pm. AVAILABLE Ballroom At The Knights Of Columbus Club State & Sixth Receptions Wedding Parties Banquets Dances Peosonob/e Rotes CA. 1-4451 ing scenes from the lives of the! sored by lhe and Christians who were buried in the! s groups of the parish, catacombs. One of these shows al Mrs. Albert Macioci. the doctor lecturing to a group oil general chairman, has announ medical students. ced thiH the ale will feature kifli, cakes, kolacs and cinna mon rolls. Si. Ann Guilds of the meet grade in the The Guilds of St. Ann’s Infant! John Orban. Mrs. Matt Rumora, I Home and Hospital are sponsor Mrs. Helen Skobrak and Mrs. ing a benefit party Saturday. Apr.I Anna Marton. 28. at 8 p.m. at the K of Hall,I The public is cordially invit 80 S. Sixth St. I ed. Wesley Gray and his orchestral will furnish music and the card! DOVER—The Ladies’ Catholic party will feature progressive!Benevolent Association will hold euchre as well as individual ta-|a birthday party at the May 1 bles. Door and table prizes w ill! meeting. Mrs. Charles Amos be awarded during the evening.! general chairman, w ill )w as- This annual event is sponsored! listed by Mrs. Bernard Lawless, by the Guilds to assist the Sisters! Mrs. Clarence Shilling. Miss at St. Ann’s to care for the in-l Christina Weber and Miss Edith f..nts and young children in their! care. Ladies in the area have formed a third study group, to be knowm as the St. Joseph Study Club. Mrs. J. C. Brainerd, the general chairman, will be assisted by Mrs. McKinstry and Mrs. J. The affair is open and tickets will the door. Three of OUR MOTHER OF PERPET UAL HELP NOVENA St. Christopher's church, Colum bus Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. INPANT OF PRAGUE NO VENA St. Ladislaus church Columbus Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m. SORROWFUL MOTHER NO VENA Holy Cross Church, Columbus Fridays 11:30 a. m. (Mass and services), 12 noon, 3 p.m., 5:20 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. SACRED HEART NOVENA —Sacred Heart Church, Colum bus—Friday, 7:45 p.m. IMMACULATE O N CE TION NOVENA St. Leo's church, Columbus Friday, 7:30 p.m. INFANT OF PRAGUE NO VENA St. John the Evange list Church, Columbus Sun days, 7:30 p.m. INFANT OF ORAGUE NO VENA Holy family Church, Columbus—Sundays, 7:30 p.m. OUR LADY OF FATIMA NOVENA St. Aloysius Church, Columbus Sundays 7:45 p.m. ST. ANTHONY NOVENA St. Joseph church, Dover, Tuesday evenings, 7:00. SORROWFUL MOTHER NO VENA St. Nicholas Church, Zanesville. Fridays—11:30 Mast, Novena Services at 12 noon and 7:30 p.m. IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY NOVENA —Wednesday —St. Cecilia church, 430 Nor ton Rd., Columbus—8:00 p. Of Interest, to Women By Our Correnpondents The Immaculate Conception! planning a mother-daughter Parish altar and rosary society! meeting in May which will fea w ill meet Tuesday, Apr. 24, at I ture a covered dish dinnr 6:30 pm. in the school hall fori Members are requested to a pot luck supper. Mrs. Alexan-I bring an article for the silent der J. Glockncr. director of the! auction which will be held at incinnati Province of the Na-I the affair, tional Council of Catholic Wom-I en. will be the guest speaker. I new PHILADELPHIA Al- Mrs. John Roach and Mrs.I tar society members of Sacred Joseph Marches! are hospitality! Heart church will elect new of chairmen. They will be assisted!ficers at their May meeting. The by the officers, Mrs. James!affair will also feature a mother O Leary. Mrs. Thomas Brosmer,I daughter party. Mrs John Harrington and Mrs.I Mrs. Dick Wilhelm. Mrs. Floyd Robert Ferris. I DeNicola and Mrs. Frank Fitz- Hostess for the May 7 meeting to|will be Mrs. Homer Harris of bel^ew Philadelphia. I Mrs Lester Doutt, Jr. will |entertain at the May meeting of I the Blessed Martin Study Club, the St. Ann Guilds! and Mrs. Philip Margletta will during the coming! be hostess at the* next meeting v. ill meet w eek. Mrs Edward Scheider w ill I of the St. Anthony group, nitertain Guild 41 Monday, Apr.| 23. at 8:30 p.m. I DENNISON The altar so- Miss Winifred Madigan will bel ciety and Parish Council of b.istess at a meeting of Guild 24l Catholic Women of Immacu 'lucsday. Apr. 24 at 8 p.m. At| late the same time. Mrs. Mitchell Mc Millan. Jr., will entertain mem bers of Guild 37. Novena Services OUR LADY OF THE MIRAC ULOUS MEDAL NOVENA Mondays—St. Mary Magdalene Church, Columbus 8:30 e.m. (Mass and services) 10 a.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m., 5:15 p.m., 6 p.m., 6:45 p.m., 7:30 p.m., 8:15 p.m., 9 p.m. ST. ANTHONY NOVENA— St Peter's Church, Columbus— Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m. 3^areparishConception lateHce'i Mett leeeMaf Sfcapplag Ledge 45M NOATN NI»M $T„ COLUMIUS. OMW m. no PO no- Pastors are requested to tify the Catholic Times, Box 636 Columbus, when vena services are started. I patnek form the nominating The St. Augustine Parish I committee. Council of Catholic Women will I meet Wednesday, Apr. 25 at I DOVER Committee chair 8:15 p.m. in the parish hall. I men of IjOyoia study club for Communion Sunday for I ensuing year have been ladies in the parish will be I named. Mrs. John Heid has been May 6 at the 7:45 Mass. I named program chairman Mrs. ,. ~. I Thurman Horn, social chair- The first combination stylel Mrs A| pn„er historiiln. show and card party sponsored I Fondriest. press re by the Confraternity of the Most Ral and Holy Rosary and the Parish ODonnel| Council of Catholic women of| .. u.iM St. Cecilia parish will be held! Thursday. Apr. 26. al 7:30 p.m.l Gr»« nnd Mrs^ Maurice Wet in the Prarie Township School. «nd "-mber»hip committee. 1117 Norton-rd. I ... Mrs. Norman Roe. general! The men s and women s clubs I chairman, has announced the se-10^ Andrew’ will co-sponsor a I lection of the following commit-l car^ Party and sty ie ^how tonight tee chairmen: Mrs. Thomas! ’n the Fishinger Chales. models: Mrs. Joseph Zier,I R°ad School auditorium. The refreshments Mrs. Cletus Eiler-|sty^e shou will be directed by man and Mrs. Homer Rhinehart.! John A. Seiller and Son. Refresh tickets Mrs. Frank Poletz. deco-l merits and door prizes will be rations, and Miss Carleen Ham-1 featured. Tickets may be obtain ilton program. led at the door. Stately’s Apparel Shop in the! Great Western Shopping Center! The Guilds of St. Ann’s In will provide the fashions to bel fant Home and Hospital will displayed. I hold their second quarterly s i I meeting at 8:00 p. m. in the Included in the pagan design is! breakfast and bake sale I Guild Room of St. Ann s Hos a picture of Cleopatra and the! will be held in St. Ladislaus I pital. 1555 Bryden rd. Thurs asp. Among the most interesting! School hall. 227 R?eb-av.. Sun- I day. Apr. 25. of the frescoes are those depict-l ^av- APr- 22 ^rom 7 a t0 I -----------------0---------------- .. .. 1 p.m. The affair will be spon- will Mrs. Per Mrs. Assisting Mrs. Macioci be Mrs. Michael Markus. Ronald Ruh. Mrs. Joseph sechetti. Mrs. John Szabo. the most important Bride in the world to us each and every COLE of Columbus BRIDE AM. 3-5469 For Quick Results Use Want Ads SEYMOUR BAKERY CO, Wholesale Est. 1924 Retail BLNS RESTAURANTS HOTELS DO NUTS. ROLLS AND Specia'izing in WEDDING AND PARTY 942 E. Livingston Ave. 2113 E. 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