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WELLSTON New officers were elected here last
week for Saints Peter and Paul parish altar and rosary so
ciety, according to Fr. Clement Faistl, pastor.
FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF
NORTH SIDE SHOPPERS
We Are Also Open At
3514 N. High Street
Mrs. Thomas Willis Sr. was elected president and the
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Saturday, Oct. 27th--5 P.M. to 8 P.M.
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following women will serve with
her for the new year: Mrs. Chaun
cey Riepenhoff, vice-president
Mrs. Everett Graves, treasurer,
and Mrs. Max Hendershott, secre
New Philadelphia DCCW
Appoints New Chairmen
NEW PHILADELPHIA Com
mittee chairmen for the Deanery
Council of Catholic Women were
appointed here recently at a
meeting held at Sacred Heart
Th* now chairmen are: Mrs.
Wilbur Franz, Catholic Chari
ties Mrs. Philip Roberts,
P.T.A. Mrs. Kenneth Aken, so
cial action Mrs. Russell Mulla
dy, family life and Mrs. Karl
Steinbaugh, Religious Activi
Mrs. D. Calhoun and Mrs. D.
Youssi are forming a Golden Age
Club with the initial meeting at
2 p.m., Nov. 16.
Also announced was the gen
eral Communion Sunday on Dec.
2. Breakfast will follow the 8 A.
St. Alin’s Guilds Meet
Guild No. 9 will meet at 4 p.m..
Oct. 28, at the country home of
Mrs. Robert Ritchey in Pickering
ton. It will be an outing and pot
luck supper and the husbands of
the members are also invited.
Guild No. 12 will meet at 8 p.
m., Oct. 30, at the home of Mrs.
William A. Wintft*. 616 Gilbert
St. After the business Tneeting
there w ill be a Halloween party.
Guild No. 2 will meet at 8 p.m.,
Nov. 1, at the home of Miss Mar
garet Riley, 877 W. Town St.
Guild No. 46 will meet at 8:15
p.m., Nov. 1, at the home of Mrs.
John Ucker, 609 Fairwood-av.
Grove City DCCW Buys
Cassocks and Altar Linens
GROVE CITY Mrs. Roy Jew
ett and Mrs. Ronald McKinley
gave a report on the recent
DCCW convention in Columbus to
the Parish Council at Our Lady
of Perpetual Help here.
It was also reported that
enough money was raised by
the recent spaghetti dinner to
buy cassocks for the altar
boys and new altar linens.
Fr. Richard Hoch, pastor, nar
rated a slide show of his Marian
Year pilgrimage trip to Europe in
Hostesses for the evening were
Mrs. Ronald McKinley, Mrs. Roy
Jewett, Mrs. Andy Zamarelli and
Mrs. Frank Brennam.
Phi Kappa Mothers
Fete New Members
The Phi Kappa Mothers Club
will have a tea for the mothers
of new pledges next Sunday, from
3-5 p.m. at the chapter house, 98
East 14th Avenue.
New officers of the club who
will serve as hostesses are Mrs.
Schilsler, president Mrs. Jo
seph Deibel, treasurer Mrs. W.
J. Lawless, secretary Mrs.
Whitlatch, 2919 Templeton Rd.,
St. Clara's Auxiliary KS]
Hosts Fourth District Meet
St. Clara Auxiliary of the
Knights of St. John will host the
fourth district meeting this Sun
day at St. Augustine Church, Hud
son and Greenwich. Dinner will
be served at 12 noon and the
meeting will open at 2 p.m.
Plans Fall Bazaar Nov. 24
NEW PHILADELPHIA The
Altar and Rosary Society met
here at Sacred Heart Church re
cently and plans were made to
have a Bazaar Nov. 24 and a card
party Nov. 28. Mrs. Tom Police
was chairman of the evening's en
Parish Plan Social
Mr. A. T. O’Brien is chairman
of a euchre party to be sponsored
by the Men and Women Forest
ers of St. Leo Parish, on Saturday,
Oct. 27. at 8:15 p.m., in the school
hall, Hanford and Bruck St. Pro
ceeds will be used for the build
ing fund of the new parish school.
Assisting Mr. O’Brien on the com
mittee are Mr. Leo Hummel, Miss
Gertrude Hummel and Mrs. Rita
A number of Catholic groups were
represented recently among the 360 vol
unteers who helped the Tuberculosis So
ciety address Christmas seal letters for its
November Sale. The Christmas seal sale,
only support of the Tuberculosis Society,
begins November 15. Affixing address
labels to 200,000 envelopes is the first step
NCCW Convention -Nov. 7
It is expected that some 15,
000 will attend when the page
ant is presented at the Chicago
“She Shall be Called Woman”
will trace the development of
woman in the Church by a dra
matic comparison of historically
and scripturally famous women
of the Church to their modern
prototypes, it was announced.
Such women as Elizabeth and
Mary St. Catherine of Siena,
widow of Naim, St. Monica,
women of Samaria, Mother
brini, Mary Magdalene, and
Joan will prepare the way, in the
pageant, for the role of the mod
ern woman of the lay apostolate.
Mrs. George T. Lennon, 2729
Kent Road, will be guest of hon
or at the open house, and found
ing of the new organization, to
be known as “St. Joseph’s Guilds
of the St. Josephs’ Infant Home
of Cincinnati, on November 11.
Mrs. Robert Ihlendorf, a for
mer member of St. Ann’s Guilds
of Columbus, after moving to Cin
cinnati, Ohio, has given permis
sion through His excellency
Archbishop Carl J. Alter, to work
through the Cincinnati Catholic
Charities to establish the new
Mrs. Lennon has aided the new
organization in its formation, and
eight guilds will participate
the open house on November
with a total of 50 women.
Preparing for Big Day
Pageant Will Show Woman’s
Role In Church at Meeting
CHICAGO (NC) Rehearsals are under way here
for a pageant, “She Shall Be Called Woman,” depicting the
place of woman in the Church, through scripture and his
The pageant was suggested by His Eminence Samuel
Cardinal Stritch, Archbishop of
Chicago. It is being prepared by
Sister M. Jeanelle of Mundelein
College for presentation at the
opening general session of the
28th national convention of the
National Council of Catholic
Women on Nov. 7.
A verse-speaking choir will illus
trate the application of the vir
tues delineated in the produc
The pageant is being prepared
in cooperation with four Chicago
schools: Mundelein, Rosary. Barat
and St. Xavier Colleges.
Msgr. Charles Meter will direct
the music with the Cathedral
Choristers. Costume design is un
der the supervision of Mrs. The
ona Aldredge of the Goodman
Theater. William Fosser of Wild
ing Picture Studios and George
Our 32nd Year
Through the cooperation
Monsignor Charles Connelly,
the Catholic Charities of Cincin
nati, the new St. Joseph’s Guilds
are heading for a successful
opening of their new organiza
Mrs. Lennon founded the
Guilds of St. Ann’s in Columbus,
twenty-one years ago.
Mrs. Robert Ihlendorf is a niece
of Mrs. Lennon, and Mrs. Len
non’s daughter, Mrs. Joseph Nac
relli III. also of Cincinnati, is
serving as an officer of the new
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INDIANAPOLIS. Ind Amer
ican interracial relations may tip
the global scales in favor of either
Christian democracy or world
communism, a Catholic Inter
racial Council official said here.
George K. Hunton, editor of
the Interracial Review and sec
retary of the New York Catho
lic Interracial Council, said that
"hundreds of millions of per
sons of color on the verge
of achieving self-government—
are 'window-shopping' these
days, and the pattern of Amer
ican interracial relations is one
of the things they are watch
American treatment of the Ne
gro could veil determine wheth
er these indou-shoppers’’ will
cast their lot with 'he democra
cies or line up with the com
Twenty-eight cities have estab
lished Catholic Interracial Coun
cils and a number of others
nov. are being organized Eight of
these* he pointed out are south
of the Mason-Dixon line.
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