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Chillicothe PTA
Has First Meet
Of Schodl Year
Burke was elected and installed
as president of the St. Mary-Cath
olic Central Parent Teacher As
sociation when that group met
recently in the school hall. Burke
fills the vacancy left when Rob
ert Snow, was transferred from
the city.
Mrs. Robert Cadden, vice-pres
ident, conducted the meeting
which opened with prayer and
the pledge of allegiance. Sister
Alice Mary, principal introduced
the teaching staff. Father Ra
pheal Rodgers, pastor of St., Mary
parish, spoke on the responsibili
ties of the parents in the teaching
and training of children.
Mrs. Cadden announced that
the CCHS scholarship, sponsored
by the organization during the
past year, was won by Sandra
Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Walker.
Reports were given by Mrs.
Earl Blair, William Hamm and
R. T. Ward. Members voted to
tend the president as its dele
gate to the state convention in
Toledo, Oct. 8, with the vice-pres
ident as alternate.
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Immaculate Conception Sets Style Show
Committee Chairmen for the second annual Fall Style
Show and Card Party to be sponsored by the Altar and
Rosary Society of Immaculate Conception Church are being
announced. Mrs. Thomas Brosmer, is general chairman,
and Mrs. Charles Gilbert is co-chairman. They have asked
the following chairmen to assist
Mrs. R. Patrick West and Mrs.
G. F. Selleck, ticket chairmen
Mrs. Lawrence Mackin and Mrs.
Jerry Enright, door prizes Mrs.
James Rvan and Mrs. William Dit
toe, raffle No. 1 Mrs. A. W. Ver
hoff and Mrs. James Broadhurst,
table prizes Mrs. Joseph Hager
ty and Mrs. Thomas Flood, re
freshments Mrs. Frank Bennett
and Mrs. Raymond McCarren,
candy Mrs. Roger Swepston and
Mrs. Wilfred Eberhart, style
show Mrs. Raymond Pulskamp
and Mrs. Howard Kenny, staging
Mrs. John Fath and Mrs. Charles
J. McLeod, refreshments Mrs. J.
P. Roach, Mrs. H. Schorr and Mrs.
Charles Welch, raffle No. 2 Mrs.
James O’Leary and Mrs. John
Harrington, publictty.
The Style Show and Card Par
ty will be held on Wednesday,
Oct. 3, at 8 p.m., in the Immacu
late Conception school auditorium
on E. North Broadway.
Tickets may be purchased from
any member of the parish or at
the door the night of the party.
Table prizes will be awarded for
bridge, euchre and canasta also
many lovely door prizes. Proceeds
from this affair will be used to
help maintain the altars.
Women of the parish will mod
el clothing from Robert’s. Miss
Dorothea Greene will be the fash
ion commentator for the style
Models will be Mrs. J. B. Toole,
Mrs. William Sickinger, Mrs. Paul
Weisenberger, Miss Molly War
ren, Miss Paula Jo Galbraith, Miss
Carolyn Galbraith, Mrs. Bernard
T. Burke, Mrs. Carl E. Murphy,
Mrs. Robert McMullen, Mrs. John
H. Dorr and Miss Carol Lan man.
Altar-Rosary Groups
Meet In Millersburg
and Rosary society of St. Peter
church held its first meeting of
the season on Sept. 18 in the par
ish hall.
Officers for the coming year
are Mrs. Marie Huebner, presi
dent Mrs. Dorothy Denk, vice
president Mrs. Mary Everhart,
secretary and Mrs. Velma Uhl,
Following the business meeting
a lunch was served by the social
committee. The group will next
meet on Oct. 16.
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St. Ann Guild Meets
Guild 48 of St. Ann’s Infant
Home and Hospital, Columbus,
will meet Thursday, Oct. 4, at
the home of Joanne Gravlin, 7
N. Waverly Rd. The event will be
gin at 8 p.m.
New Philadelphia Study
Club Hears Bopk Review
view of 'Ambassador Extraordi
nary’ by Alden Hatch was given
by Mrs. Emmett Maughiman
when the Loyola Study Club met
recently at the home of Mrs.
Charles Mathias with Mrs. Law
rence Newmeyer assisting. Mrs.
Vincent Bernard presided at the
business session.
Father Pius Kaelin, the group's
spiritual advisor, was present at
the meeting while Mrs. Glen
Jentes was a guest.
Dennison PTA Holds
First Meeting of Year
PTA met for the first meeting of
the school year recently with the
first grade mothers guests of the
Two new teachers were added
to the faculty while room awards
were won by Sister Bernadette
Maria, first grade, and Sister
James Philomena, high school.
The group decided to move up
their future meetings from 8 to
7:30 p.m. An informatic outline
of ‘How and What First Grade
Pupils Are Taught,’ was present
ed by Sister Maria. Refreshments
were furnished and served by the
executive board members. The
group will next meet on Oct. 12.
St. Leo PTA Plans
Annual Beef Dinner
The PTA of St. Leo church, Co
lumbus, will hold its annual roast
beef dinner from 12-6 p.m. Sun
day, Sept. 30. in the school hall,
Bruck and Hanford Sts. Officers
for the affair are: Mrs. Ann Mc
Ginnis, chairman Mrs. Helen
Lewis, co-chairman Mrs. Frank
McGarvey, tickets, and Mrs. Le
Roy Shaffer, publicity. Proceeds
from the dinner will help to re
place text books used in the
school rental system. The public
is invited.
Our Lady of Victory
Altar Society Meets
The Altar and Rosary Society
of Our Lady of Victory parish,
Columbus, will meet at St. Ra
phael on Oct. 3 at 8 p.m. Mrs.
Eleanor Hixenbaugh, Secretary of
the Department of Services to
Older People of the Council of
Social Agencies of Columbus and
Franklin County, will be the
speaker. Her topic will be “A New
Look at Maturity”.
Hostess for the evening will be
Mrs. Ted Seipel. Assisting will be
Mrs. Ralph Capuano, Mrs. Robert
Onorato, and Mrs. Leroy Boul
Friends of St. Rita
Organize New Group
Friends of St. Rita have recent
ly organized the formation of
Group 20. The groups are formed
to assist the Carmelite Sisters at
St. Rita Home, 1415 E. Broad St.,
Columbus, in their work of caring
for the aged.
Group 20 was organized at a
meeting held at the home of Miss
Ruth Rainier. 1102 S. Twenty
second St., who will serve as
chairman. New members are Mrs.
Myron Botkin, Mrs. John Krauss,
Mrs. A. F. Hageman, Miss Eileen
Rohr, Miss Florence Rohr, Miss
Loretta Smith and Mrs. Leo Wag
The Friends of St. Rita invite
women throughout the diocese to
form groups to assist in this
work. Interested persons are in
vited to write or call Mother
Grace, Superior at the Home, or
Miss Florence Gaughran, 1847
Oak St., president of the organiza
St. Gabriel Group
Sets Meeting Oct. 9
The Altar and Rosary society
of St. Gabriel parish, Columbus,
will have its next meeting on
Tuesday, Oct. 9 at 8 p.m. in the
school hall.
Theme of the program will be
‘Safety in the Home,’ with Rus
sell Pennell, chief of Rescue
Service, Civil Defense in Frank
lin County, speaking. A film will
also be shown and Mrs. Mary
Gale, parish civil defense chair
man, will act as moderator.
A social hour will follow the
business meeting and refresh
ments will be served.
The new officers and chairmen
of the society include Mrs. Ber
nard Collins, president Mrs. Rob
ert Kovalchik, vice-president
Mrs. John Rupp, secretary Mrs.
Thomas Echenrode, treasurer
Mrs. Victor Ramirez, social ac
tion, Mrs. Roger Dewart, relig
ious activities Mrs. Jackson Lit
tle, Catholic harities Mrs. Rob
ert Kovalchik, family life Mrs.
Paul Gale, civil defense Mrs.
Herman Greer, public relations
Mrs. John Wahl, hospitality, and
Mrs. Al DeMers, Christmas proj
ect chairman.
The annual financial project of
selling Christmas cards, wrap-
Pictured above are the ten workshop
chairmen for the eleventh annual Diocesan
Council of Catholic Women convention
which will open October 10 in the Neil
House. Left to right, standing are: Mrs.
Franklin J. Eysrman, Miss Betty Madigan,
Miss Marion Swickard, diocesan
Chairman of that committee, will
preside. For the civil defense
workshop, the diocesan chairman,
Mrs. Michael J. Ryan, Jr., has se
cured Mrs. Glenn Davison, head
of the volunteer women s group
for Franklin County, to serve as
moderator for a panel discussion
in which Mrs. Paul Gale, Mrs. Al
vin Patterson, Mrs. F. P. Smith,
Mrs. Edgar Gassin, Jr., Mrs. Wil
liam J. Burns, and Mrs. Press C.
Southworth, Jr. will participate.
Msgr. Harry S. Connelly, dioces
an consultant for the civil de
fense committee, will preside as
honorary chairman.
Following a luncheon in the
Town and Country Room of the
Neil House, convention delegates
have a choice of attending work
shops on Catholic charities, in
ternational relations, family life,
and adult education, all scheduled
for 1:30 p.m.
Honorary chairman for the
Catholic charities workshop will
be Msgr. William E. Kappes, di­
pings and ribbon is underway as
Mrs. DeMers and her committee
are distributing the goods to
Grove City PCCW Holds
First Meeting of Season
Our I-ady of Perpetual Help par
ish, Grove City, held its first
meeting of the fall season on
Thursday, Sept. 13, in the parish
Mrs. Roy Jewett, outgoing
president, called the meeting to
order. The affair was then turn
ed over to Father Richard Hoch,
pastor, who installed the new of
ficers for the coming year. They
are Mrs. Ronald McKinley, pres
ident Mrs. John Davies, vice
president Mrs. Raymond Magill,
secretary, and Mrs. Fred Price,
Mrs. McKinley appointed her
committee chairmen and plans
were made for a spaghetti dinner
to be held on Saturday, Oct. 6, at
the Civic Club house in Grove
Hostesses for the evening were
Mrs. Norbert Baltzer, Mrs. Charles
Robinson and Mrs. Homer Taylor.
Opening and closing prayers were
given by Father Hoch.
Workshops Planned for Annual
DCCW Convention October 10th
Ten interesting and informative workshop sessions will
highlight the Eleventh Annual Convention of the Diocesan
Council of Catholic Women on Wednesday, October 10. The
workshops will be held at the Neil House, following a Pon
tifical High Mass offered by Bishop Ready at St. Joseph’s
Workshops scheduled for 11:00 A M. include Religious
Activities, Social Action, Organi
zation and Development, and Civ
il Defense. Mrs. Franklin J. Eyer
man, Diocesan Chairman of Re
ligious Activities, has asked Fr.
James Kulp, Fr. Edward Healey,
and Mrs. I^ouis Caminiti to ad
dress her workshop on the sub
ject of Retreats and the Confra
ternity of Christian Doctrine.
Closing remarks will ba mad*
by Fr. Thomas W. Sabrey, dio
cesan consultant for the relig
ious activities committee.
At the Social Action Workshop,
yrs. John R. Holden, Diocesan
Chairman, will present Mrs. Lu
cinda Madden, Columbus attor
ney, who will discuss “Law and
the Homemaker”, Miss Margaret
A. Mahoney, state director of in
dustrial relations, who will dis
cuss "legislation and the Home
maker.” Fr. Augustine L. Wink
ler, diocesan consultant for social
action, will be the honorary chair
The organization and develop
ment workshop will have for its
speakers the Msgr. Roland T. Wi
nd, moderator of the diocesan
council, Mrs. Duane Yant, and
Miss Antoinette lewry, who will
discuss "Developing Our Poten
ocesan consultant for that com
mittee. Mrs. J. Harold Breen. Di
ocesan Chairman, has asked Fr.
Lawrence J. Corcoran to address
her workshop on “Charity's Third
Dimension The Apostolic of
Charity”. A group discussion on
the work of the charities commit
tee will follow, with ^rs. Carl
R. Williams, Mrs. Anton J. Kel
ler III, Mrs. Karl R. Meredith,
and Mrs. Fred Kigey as partici
International Relations
Mrs. Robert R. Richards, di
ocesan chairman of international
relations, will preside over that
workshop, with the diocesan con
sultant, Msgr. George T. Woltz,
as honorary chairman.
Msgr. Wolz will act as modera
tor for a panel discussion on "In
ternational Relations in Action in
Religion, Travel, and Education.”
Panelists will include Fr. James
W. Kulp, Miss Adelene Hardesty.
Miss Mary Ellen Hoffman, and
Dr. August Carl Mahr.
Family Life
The Family Life Workshop, un
der the leadership of the dioces
an chairman, Mrs. William F. Ry
an. will present Mrs. John Daugh
erty in “The Story of a Family”,
and Fr. John Kleinz of the Pon
tifical College Josephinum, who
will review the book "The Amer
ican Catholic Family,” written
by Father John L. Thomas, S.J.
Closing remarks will be made by
Fr. Thomas F. Duffy, diocesan
consultant for the committee on
family life. The Adult Education
Workshop, with Fr. C. Bennett
Applegate as honorary chairman
and Miss Betty Madigan presid
ing, will offer an actual demon
stration of workshop procedures
with audience participation. In
this demonstration, the theme of
the convention "To Live as
Thou Would Have Us Live,” will
be developed.
The two remaining work
shops, Parent Teacher Associa
tions and Public Relations, will
convenu at 4:15 p.m., following
the convention's business meet
ing which is scheduled for 3:00
p.m. Mrs. John E. Stattmiller,
Diocesan Chairman of Parent
Teacher Associations, will pre
sent Dr. Philip C. Rond, staff
member of the Columbus re
ceiving hospital and the state
institute of Psychiatry, who will
discuss "Mental Health Prob
lams of Adolescence."
Following Dr. Rond’s talk,
Msgr. Paul J. O’Dea, Diocesan
Consultant for the Parent-Teacher
Associations Committee, will act
as moderator of a panel discus
sion in which the participants
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Mrs. William F. Ryan, Miss Mary Martha
Sliter, and Mrs. John Stattmiller. Seated,
left to right are: Miss Marion Swickard,
Mr*. Michael J. Ryan, Jr., Mr*. John
Holden, Mr*. Robert Richards, Mrs.
Harold Breen.
will be Sister Eunice, O.S.F.,
Principal, Holy Rosary High
School Sister Genevieve Marie,
S.N.D., Principal. St. Joseph
Academy Sister Lauranna. O.P.,
Vice-Principal, Bishop Watterson
High School and Sister Mary Do
lorita, Principal. Holy Family
High School.
Msgr. Herman E. Mattingly,
editor of the Catholic Times,
will serve as Honorary Chair
man for the workshop of the
public relations committee.
Miss Mary Martha Sliter, dio
cesan chairman, will preside
over a round table discussion
on "How to Tell How to
'Sell' Catholic News and Catho
lic Views." Panelists in this
round table will be Ann N.
Hansen, editorial department of
the Columbus Dispatch, John
W. Corbett, vice-president of
Maurice-Mullay, Inc., and Jim
Foley, Director of Information,
The Peoples Development Com
The Convention will close with
a banquet at 7:00 m. in the ball
room of the Neil House. Reserva
tions for the banquet, at which
Miss Alba Zizzamia. UN cor
respondent for the National Wel
fare Conference, will be the fea
tured speaker, may be made until
noon of the day of the conven
However, the Convention Gen
eral Chairman. Miss Catherine
Melman, urges all women of the
Diocese to make advance banquet
and luncheon reservations and
to send in advance registrations
to the DCCW Office, attention of
the Convention Financial Secre
Friday, Sept. 28.1958 THE CATHOLIC TIMES—S
Parents Given Job Of
Teaching Public School
Children Religion
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (NC) Archbishop Joseph E. Rit
ter of St. Louis has launched a new program for religion*
instruction of public school children, giving parents the pri*
mary job of teaching the youngsters.
To aid parents, a serie* of
seven booklets, totaling 300
pages, has boon prepared by an
archdiocesan priest, Father
Clarence D. White.
The booklets have been sent to
pastors throughout the archdio
cese. In a letter, the Archbishop
emphasized that each pastor’s
obligation for souls extends to all
members of his flock.
"Certainly those most in need
(of spiritual care) are the Catho
lic children not attending our Ca
tholic schools,” he wrote.
“This Family Program of Re
ligious Education is a praisewor
thy and practical approach to the
problem. It is a plan in which
parents and priests can work to
gether with benefit to the chil
dren whose spiritual welfare is
their mutual responsibility,” he
“For the Catholic Family pro
gram to be carried cn most ef
fectively,” he continued, “there
is needed the help of apostolic
members of the laity—to contact
and to assist parents, and to
share with the Religious the
teaching task of the
in edu
in pub-
Previously, the effort
eating Catholic children
lie schools has been pointed to
ward after-school religious class
es. The new program envisions
continuing religiot 5 education, by
the parents, in the home.
The first of the seven manuals
explains the overall program,
comparing the parent's role to
that of Mary and Joseph in the
rearing of Christ. The second
manual is for priests and teach
ers. The third is for parents. The
others contain the lesson mater
ial—one fnr pre-school children
one for children in the lower
grades a third for upper-grade
children, and a fourth for high
The whole serie* is planned so
that a child's religiors education
can be continued without inter
ruption regardless of his age or
the parish he moves to within the
Father White, who wrote the
pamphlets, is a former U.S. Army
chaplain who is now spiritual
moderator for the Archdiocesan
Councils of Catholic Men and
Women in St. Louis.
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