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Main St OOCO Display Home* Since l’25 144 f. STATE Of Interest to Women By Our Correspondent! Hospital's Cloverleaf Clubs Schedule October Meets The Cloverleaf Club of St. An-| thony hospital has scheduled the following meetings for the month of October. Leaf 1, Mrs. Leonard Hanft, 1339 S. Sixth St. will be hostess for a luncheon on Oct. 18 at noon at the Virginia Hotel Leaf 2, Mrs. William Hippier, 682 Mithoff St. will entertain on Oct. 30 at 8 p. m. Leaf 3, Mrs. James N. Mc Ghee, 118 S. Davis Ave. will en tertain on Oct. 17 at 8.30 p. m. Leaf 4, Mrs. Robert Hartung, 190 N. Gould Rd will entertain on Oct. 17 at 8 p. in. Leaf 5, Mrs. Ed ward Waterman, 710 S. Warren Ave. will be hostess for a Hallo ween Party on Oct. 23 at 8 p.m. Ix'af 7. Miss Agnes McCormack, 1353 Loretta Ave. will entertain on Oct. 16 at 8 p.m. Mrs. Dora McIntire will assist Leaf 8, Mrs. John Martin, 484 S. Westgate Ave. will be hostess for cards and lunch on Oct. 17 at 8 p.m. Leaf 9, Mrs. Herman Hauser, 2920 Hampshire will entertain on Oct. 18 at 8:30 p.m. Leaf 11, Mrs. Emma Eickenlaub, 100 N. Stan wood Ave. will be hostess for a luncheon on Oct. 18 at noon Leaf 12, Mrs. Louis Paas, 3376 Wick low Rd. will be hostess for cards and lunch on Oct. 16 at 8:30 p.m. Leaf 13, Mrs. John Quint, 1177 W. 5th Ave. will entertain on Oct. 10 at 8 p.m. Leaf 14, Mrs. Louis Rice, 576 Salisbury Rd. will en tertain on Oct. 17 at 8:30 p.m. Leaf 15. Mrs. Alban McCann, 374 Berkeley Rd. will be hostess for a luncheon on Oct. 30 at 1 p.m.: Leaf 16, Mrs. Frank School, 138 Crest Rd. will be hostess for euchre and lunch on Oct. 21 at 7:30 p.m. Leaf 18, Mrs. Norman Altman Jr. 385 S. Harding Rd. will be hostess for dessert and bridge on Oct. 25 at 8:30 p.m. Leaf 19, Mrs. Hardin Pender grass, 2176 Aberdeen Ave. will be hostess for euchre on Oct. 30 at 7:30 p.m. Leaf 20, Mrs. Harold Thomas, 529 Hanford St. will be hostess for a luncheon on Oct. 18 at 12:30 p.m. Ieaf 21, Mrs James Farrell. 1396 S. James Rd. will entertain on Oct. 15 at 8:30 p.m. Leaf 22, Mrs. William Purpura, 526 Napoleon Ave. will entertain on Oct. 17 at 8:30 p.m. Leaf 24, Mrs. Joseph Recchie, 955 Vernon Rd. will be hostess for a Hallo ween Party on Oct. 31 at 8 p.m. Leaf 25, Mrs. Leo Ruisinger, 2172 Northwest Blvd, will be hostess for a luncheon on Oct. 9 at 12:30 p.m. Leaf 26*. Mrs. Mary Davis, 474 Southwood Ave. will enter tain on Oct. 22 at 8 p.m. Leaf 27, Mrs. J. H. 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BE. 5-3431 BE. 5-3431 CHOOSE YOUR OPTICIAN WITH THE SAME CARE USED IN SELECTING YOUR EYE PHYSICIAN GUILD OPTICIANS CApital 1-3697 SPECIALISTS IN FILLING YOUR EYE PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTION EMERGENCY REPAIR SERVICE ROBT. F. HAGMAN 0HI° STATE and bridge on Oct. 10 at 7:30 p.m. Leaf 29, Mrs. Nick Figliola, 1816 Ransburg Ave. will entertain on Oct. 31 at 8 p.m. St. Mary Magdalene Altar-Rosary Meeting The Altar and Rosary society of St. Mary Magdalene Church will hold its regular monthly meeting Thursday, Oct. 18 at 8 p.m., in the school hall. Mr«. C. J. McDonald, president, will preside. Following the business meeting John E. Stack will show color slides of Rome and European Glass Factories. All women of the parish are invited. St. Thomas, Columbus, Parish, Groups Meet The St. Thomas Parish, Colum bus, Altar Society and Parish Council of Catholic Women will hold its monthly meeting at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 17, with Mrs. George Thomas in charge of refreshments. A representative from the United Appeals Campaign will show films. Three new chairmen have been appointed by the Pastor, Fr. Harry Estadt. They are: Religious Activities Chairman, Mrs. William Gordon Catholic Charities Chair man, Mrs. Richard Larrimer and Parent-Teacher-Association Chair man, Mrs. Vern Kruse. Father Applegate Speaks To St. Andrew Women St. Andrew parish, Columbus Council of Catholic Women will hold its October meeting on Tues day, Oct. 16, at 8 p.m. in the So cial Hall of the new school. Guest speaker will be-Father Bennett Applegate, Diocesan Su perintendent of Schools, whose topic will be "Relationship of Home and School.” A Halloween motif will provide the setting for refreshments served by Mrs. William Venten and committee: Mrs. Mi It on Neuer, Mrs. Patrick Finan, and Mrs. Walter Chapin. The newly appointed commit tee heads as assigned by Mrs. Richard Zimmer, president are Mrs. John Kourie, International Relations: Mrs. John Dolby, Reli gious Activities Mrs. Patrick Irish, Catholic Charities Mrs. Wil liam, Mervyn, P.T.A. Representa tive Mrs. Edward J. Sherry, Pub lic Relations Mrs. C. M. Ratusz, Family Life Mrs. Edward Ko prfver, Social Action Mrs. Joseph Bova. Membership Mrs. Thomas Kramer, Program Mrs. Charles Requiescant —-kJ— You are asked to pray for the repose of the souls of the follow ing and the ether* who have died k the Diocese during the pest week. MEESE, Mrs. Harold, 30. Sept. 23, St. Joseph church, Dover. Cal vary cemetery. WALLER, Harry, 65, Oct. 4. St. Vincent de Paul church, Mt. Ver non. Calvary cemetery. KINSELLA, Mrs. Rose, 48. Oct. 5, Holy Name church, Columbus. St. Joseph cemetery. De FELICE, Giovanni, 78, Oct. 5. St. Anthony church, Steuben ville. Calvary cemetery. FINLEY, Rob, Oct. 2, St. Jos eph church, Dover. Calvary cem etery. CALAI, Charles, 75, Oct. 2, Sacred Heart church, New Phil adelphia. Calvary cemetery. EATON, George, 62, Oct. 2, St. Mary Church, Lancaster. St. Mary cemetery. FOX, John, Oct. 2, Our Lady of Sorrows church, Lockbourne^ St. Joseph cemetery. IZZI, Mrs. Giovanna, 69, Oct. 3, St. John the Baptist church, Co lumbus. St. Joseph cemetery. SCHWARTZ, Joseph, 71, Oct. 3. St. Aioysius church, Columbus, Mt. Calvary cemetery. PFEIFFER, Mrs. Elizabeth, 79, Sept. 29, Holy Redeemer church, Portsmouth. DWYER, Thomas, 79, Oct. 3, St. Mary church, Marion. St. Mary cemetery. BININGER, Miss Margaret, Sept. 29, St. Mary church, Lan caster. St. Mary cemetery. HULL, Mrs. Anna, 89, Sept. 28, St. Aioysius church, Columbus. St. Joseph cemetery. HASBROOK, Jerome, 44, Sept. 29, Corpus Christi church, Co lumbus. St. Joseph cemetery. TITER. Leo, 54, Oct. 1, St. Patrick church, Columbus, St. Joseph cemetery. COOK, Orval, 66, Sept. 27, St. Joseph cathedral, Columbus. St. Joseph cemetery. STALTER, Mrs. James, 75, Sept. 27, St. Rose church, New Lexing ton. STREUBER, Mrs. Ana, 81, Sept. 28, St. Mary church, Ports mouth. Mrs. Robert M. McNamara, president of the Elizabethan Guild of the Domini can Sisters of the Sick Poor has announc ed the officers and members of the Ad visory Board which were elected for the coming year. Shown in the above picture are left to right, Mesdames, Robert E. Matthews, cards and flowers, John C. Duffy, tele phone James H. Lingo, year book W. A. Spiers, membership T. Vincent Martin, Birkimer, Civil Defense Mrs. Jack Crump, Social Chairman Mrs. Warren Schrage. Correspond ing Secretary and Mrs. William Craine, Parliamentarian. St. Christopher PTA Meets Sunday at School The first meeting of the Parent Teache? Association of St. Chris topher School, Columbus, will be held on Sunday, Oct. 14, at 3 p.m., in the school auditorium. Newly elected officers who will serve for the coming year include Mrs. Paul E. Glass, president Mrs. Thomas O’Donnell, vice president Mrs. David Barbee, secretary and Reed Masse, treas urer. Following the business meeting an "open house” and visiting hour with members of the faculty will be held. Mrs. Anthony Del sandro will be chairman of re freshments. Rev. Albert E. Culli ton, pastor of St. Christopher church, is the group's moderator. St. Cecilia Women Have Tupper Ware Party The Confraternity of the most Holy Rosary society at St. Cecilia parish, Columbus, will sponsor a Tupper Ware party in the ehurch hall on Thursday, Oct. 18 at 8 p.m. Mrs. Charlotte Durben will be the demonstrator. Mrs. Charles Storch is chairman of the project. Party Sponsored for Courage Incorporated Women of the Catholic Chari ties and the DCCW will sponsor a Halloween party for 350 members of Courage Incorporated on Thursday, Oct. 25 at 7:30 p.m. in Ryan Hall, Summit St. and First Ave. Courage members needing transportation should call Mrs. Margaret Cheshier, CL 2-1765. Mrs. Albert Wolf. 1038 Elaine Rd., is general chairman for the affair. Prizes will be given for the best costumes and refreshments will be served. Five St. Ann Guilds Meet During Week Five guilds of St. Ann's Infant Home and Hospital will meet dur ing the next week. The schedule: Guild 47. Tuesday, Oct. 16 at 12:30 m. at the home of Mrs. R. J. Weidemeyer, 122 Thurman Ave. Guild 31, Thursday, Oct. 18 at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Helen Pallison, 3047 Fair Ave. Guild 34, Thursday, Oct. 18 at noon at the home of Mrs. William White, 11 Maple St., Lebanon. Guild 14, Friday. Oct. 19 at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Jack Higgins, 1156 Twentythird Ave. Guild 22, Friday, Oct. 19 at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. L. Shover, 2843 Norwood St. St. Catharine Sponsors Annual Style Show Thurs. The PCCW of St. Catharine par ish, Columbus, will sponsor its annual style show on Tuesday, Oct. 16 at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium. Styles will be furn ished by the F. S. Benson Co., with women of the parish serving STRUEBER, Mrs. Anna, Sept. 28, St. Mary church, Portsmouth. CHERRY, Mrs. Rachel, 76, Sept. 30, St. Mary church, Lan caster. St. Mary cemetery. BININGER, Miss Margaret, 75, Sept. 29, St. Mary church, Lan caster. St. Mary cemetery. POMANTE, Alfonso, 24. Sept. 28. St. Augustine church, Colum bus, St. Joseph cemetery. SMITH, Mrs. Mary, 89, Sept. 30, Holy Cross church, Columbus. Mt. Calvary cemetery. KEMPF, Roman, 79, Oct. 1. St. Leo church, Columbus. Mt. Cal vary cemetery. ELGIN, Miss Frona, 76, Oct. 1, Holy Family church, Columbus. St. Joseph cemetery. ARMSTRONG, Edward, 70. Sept. 29, St. Agatha church, Co lumbus. St. Joseph cemetery. Elizabethan Guild Elects Officers as models. Refreshments will be served. Committees are: Chairwomen, Mrs. John Kock ensparger, Mrs. John Buttler. and Mrs. J. M. Hendricks Tickets, Mrs. Tom Keys, and Mrs. R. G. Meek Decorations, Mrs. Ned Gruber Style Show, Mrs. Joseph Van Heyde Door Prizes, Mrs. William Fernandez and Mrs. L. C. Murphy Publicity, Mrs. Richard Rodenfels Tea Table, Mrs. W. A. Klunk. Refreshments. Mrs. Edgar Mor rissey, Mrs. Helen Sifferlin, Mrs. Loretta Myers, and Mrs. Joseph McCaffery Tables-Cards. Mrs. Ixonard lannanno: Tallies, Mrs. John Dunkle Lighting and loud speaker, Mrs. Jess Howard Clean up, Mrs. H. Hackett and Mrs. Rob ert Hicks: Hostesses, Mrs. Charles Lingo, Mrs. Frank Voegel and Mrs. Robert Farley, Mrs. Joseph Brosmer, and Mrs. eRobert Koer ner Junior Hostess, Mary Cath erine Zang Project proceeds, Out door Nativity Set. Models are: Mrs. N. Altman, Mrs. E. E Campbell, Mrs. Elmer Jacobs, Mrs. Joseph Gallep, Mrs. J. Cheney, Mrs. Richard Roden fels. Mrs. R. McGinnis, Mrs. E. P. Coady. Mrs. John D. Connor, and the Misses Barbara Jaeger, Ros alie Van Heyde. Anne Kochen sparger. and Joanne Hans. Two Dover Parish Groups Hold Meetings DOVER—Three groups of St. Joseph parish here met last week. St. Joseph's club met with Mrs. Paul Hayes as chairman. Topic was “Prudence and Fortitude” of which Fr. David Dressman was moderator. He also distributed pamphlets concerning the Rosary, in conjunction with October be ing the Month of the Rosary. Mrs. Eugene Weaver, Jr., Mrs. Jack Correll and Mrs. William Paulin were welcomed as new members. Mrs. Carl Seymore is president and the November meeting will be with Mrs. John Polce. Mrs. Neil Lawless became a member of the Ladies Catholic Benevolent Association when it met Oct. 2. Miss Armella Weber, president, was in charge, and hostesses were Mrs. William Ma rino, Mrs. Carl Lieser and Miss Jean Fondriest. Our 32nd ,Year Giving Columbus People The Deal They Want CHEVR°lET 555 W. Broad St. CA. 8-1555 chairman of the Board and Mrs. John W. Corbett, Jr. publicity. Other members of the board are Mes dames Joseph C. Forrester, vice president J. A. Schreick, treasurer William Du Brul, recording secretary J. L. Will, cor* responding secretary William L. Schmidt, general chairman of the annual card party Mrs. Henry O'Neil, sales tax stamps Mrs. John M. Carr, Catholic Charities and William Finneran, religious activities. In November Mrs John Baio, Miss Christina Weber, Mrs. Myrtle Burtscher and Mrs Tom Devney will entertain. The St. Anthony Study Club has chosen “The Life of Christ” as its text for the year. A lesson read by Mrs. John Baio and slides, shown by Rev. Fr. David pertain ing to the chosen topic, were fea tured when the club met Oct. 3 with Mrs. Casper Contini. A paper concerning the life of Saint Mar garet Mary Alacoque was read by Mrs. John Reilly. Mrs. George Chadrue will entertain Novem ber. For Quick Result* Use Want Ad* STIONWIDS MUTUAL IHMMAHCI COMPANY hom« o»wa cxu«»m Michael "Bernie" Fox, Jr. 2467’/» Cleveland Ave. Office Columbus 11 Ohio PHONE: AM. 3-5424 Res. AM. 3-7115 ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■I Friday, Oct. 12,1956 THE CATHOLIC TIMES—5 WALL PAPERS OF DISTINCTION PITTSBURGH PAINTS ART WALLPAPER CO. 325 S High St., Columbus, Ohio CA. 4-4421 CARE FOR THE SICK ECHENRODES 52nd ANNIVERSARY SALE SAVINGS ON ALL TYPES OF FINE QUALITY HOME FURNISHINGS One of Many Special Values FAMOUS SERTA INNERSPRING MATTRESS and MATCHING BOX SPRING GET BOTH THE MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING IN EITHER FULL SIZE OR TWIN SIZE FOR ONLY *52.00 PER SET FURNITURE STORE SINCE 1904 SOUTH HIGH AT RICH STREET CA. 1-7781 The HOLY GHOST MISSION HOSPITAL In the diocese of Palal, India, I* pleading for help and the Holy Father has given hi* bless* Ing to this appeal. The wonderful Sister* that staff this hospital have never had a decent place in which to live. Thatch mud cottage* do not last long—and during the winter rain* they are hopeleas. For 14,000 we can build these gallant missionary Sisters decent home. A little gift from you In memory of a loved one—or for a favor received—will help us house these Sisters who are sacrificing them selves for souls precious to God. Please help! REMEMBER GOD AND HIS MISSIONS LN YOUR WILL. THE BEAUTY OF GOD’S HOUSE We need many articles to furnish the little Mission Chapels which house Our Eucharistic Lord in poor villages. In fond memory of a loveo one you might wish to donate one of the following articles. Altar ............$75 Chalice ...$40 Altar stone $19 Mass bell ............. 5 Picture ...15 Monstrance 40 Statue ■. ..............30 Mass book .. ...25 Sanctuary lamp IS Pyx ........... 15 Vestinenta .. ... 50 Tabernacle 21 ARRANGE NOW FOR GREGORIAN MASSES FOR YOURSEUF AFTER DEATH. ASK ABOUT THE SUSPENSE CARD FATHER KING FEEDS OUR PALESTINE REFUGEES Our Lord and Our Lady of Palestine will shower blessings upon you if you can help us feed the thousands of PALESTINE REFUGEES who look to us for help. Father King is living with them in all their sorrows and we must get FOOD PACKAGES to him for these homeless and hungry souls. $10 will buy a Food Package. Can you help us In this Christ-like charity? These refugees are Our Lord’s blood brothers from His own homeland of Palestine. WHO GIVES TO THE POOR MAKES A LOAN TO GOD. A PRIEST IN NEED "GO FORTH AND TEACH—BAPTIZING IN MY NAME”—said The Lord. We have many worthy lads who wish to be priest* but cannot support themselves during their seminary days. ANTHONY AND CYRIAC are just beginning their studies lor the Priesthood at St. Joseph’s Sem inary in India. Could you make one of these boy* your adopted priest son—giving the $100 neces sary for each year of bis six years of training? What a gift to God—your priest! YOUR STRINGLESS GIFTS ARE A GREAT HELP TO OUR HOLY FATHER WHEN EMERGENCIES ARISE SO SUDDENLY THAT HE HAS NO TIME TO APPEAL FOR HELP. YOUR OWN SISTER? SISTER MARY FRANCIS pleads for a friend to help her realize her ambition of consecration to God. The cost of her training with the CLARIS! SISTERS in India is $150 a year. She will have two years training before laboring and praying for souls. Won’t you help a future Bride of Christ? You need not give the entire sum at once. GOD LOVES A CHEERFUL GIVER HearSstOlissionsjMl Frefta* Cardinal Spallmen, Pratidan* M»*r. Rater P. Tveky. Hat'l Sec'y Send oil temmvnicetien* ta: CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOCIATION 480 Uxington Avb. at 46th St. New York 17, N. Y. SHOP NOW DURING Reg. 79.00