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FOR STREET FOR BUSINESS —FOR SMARTNESS You'll Lovo the Dressy Low Heel! Stocked in Black Suede Five St. Anri’s Guilds Meet Five guilds of St". Ann’s Infant Home and Hospital, Columbus, will meet during the coming week. Guild 28 will meet on Mon day, Nov. 12 at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Willis Hansley, Picker ington. Guild 20 meets at Ricar do’s Restaurant at 8:30 p. m. on Wednesday, Nov. will be Mrs. James 14. Hostess Rosseti. Wednesday, at the home Guild 48 meets Nov. 14, at 8 p.m. of Mrs. Lawrence Bott, 544 Brook side Dr. Members will elect of ficers for the coming year. Guild 15 will meet at 8:30 p.m. Thurs day, Nov. 15, at the home of Mrs. Robert Nolan, 636 S. Twenty-sec- SWICKARD Rental Agency 12 N. Third St. Rent* Sales Lease* Property Manegement WALL PAPERS OF DISTINCTION PITTSBURGH PAINTS ART WALLPAPER CO. 325 S. High St., Columbus, Ohio CA. 4-6421 CALL Mattreaeea Made to Order A Rebuilt Feather Renovating HI. 4-2463 A Upholstering. 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IS YOUR SPIRITUAL LIFE GOING BANKRUPT? Be Your Own Spiritual Banker. Register In The Bank Of Heaven Today. -You Can Get A Copy Of "My Savings Book" By Sending 25c To MY SAVINGS BOOK KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 4308 Indianola Ave. Col. 14, Ohio 12 12 to to to to .5 5 12 12 12 12 12 10 10 10 10 .3 3 I'/i .2 ♦o to E EE EEE to to ond St., while Guild 7 will meet at the home of the chairman, Mrs. Walter Campbell, 1019 Lin wood Ave. Holy Rosary Women Elect New Officers The Holy Rosary parish Colum bus, Council of Catholic Women has elected the following offi cers: president, Mrs. Joseph Fal lon vice-president, Mrs. Ivan Pu secker secretary, Mrs Robert Stover, and treasurer, Miss Lill ian Eplin. The regular meeting of the Council will be held in the Ele mentary School Hall. Wednesday, November 14, at 7:30 p.m. Study clubs will be one of the items to be discussed. Women of Knights Of St. John Install Officers Installation of the following newly elected officers of St. Eliz abeth’s Auxiliary No. 3 by the Supreme Past President of the Ladies’ Auxiliary, Knights of St. John, Mrs. Clara Renner, will take place at the regular monthly meeting on November 14, at 581 S. High St. President, Mrs. Catherine Har rington past president, Mrs. Jul ia Schneider first vice-president, Mrs. Clara Renner second vice president, Mrs. Cency Stehle re cording secretary, Mrs. Elizabeth Webb financial secretary, Mrs. Anna George treasurer, Mrs. Hilda Hickey messenger, Miss Teressa Eyerman sentinel, Miss Carol Ann Webb guard, Mrs. Eu genia Wirth trustees, Mrs. Cath erine Hausberger, Mrs. Carolyn Panico, Miss Virginia Carmichael district delegate, Mrs. Catherine Hausberger pianist, Miss Joanne Wirth and publicity chairman, Miss Charlotte Rupprecht. Spiritual advisor is Msgr. Ed mund A. Burkley. The refreshmant and enter tainment committee is in charge of Mrs. Ottilia Pifer, 768 S. Third St. St. Augustine Plans Thanksgiving Party St. Augustine parish, Colum bus, is sponsoring a Thanksgiving party on Friday, November 16, at 8 p. m. in the school hall. Can asta and bridge will be played with players asked to bring their own cards. The public is invited. Holy Name Altar Society Sets Annual Card Festival The annual card festival and turkey will be held at 8 p.m. Nov. 16 at Holy Name parish, Colum bus. The party sponsored by the parish altar society will benefit the altar supplies fund. Door prizes will be given and favors for everyone in attendance. Committees are: Co-chairman, Miss Antoinette Lowry, Miss Mary Boland: Arrangements, Mrs, Edna Whitacre, Mrs. Louis Schreve bridge, Mrs. Alice Schreller, Mrs. Sarah Curtis Euchre, Mr. Harry Graham Door prizes, Mrs. Mar tha Bowers, Mrs. Ada Bowser Grocery basket, Mrs. Edna Co burn Refreshments, Mrs. Doris Lane, Mrs. R. J. Reiser Publicity. Miss Clara Crawford Turkey Raf fle, Mrs. Jeannette Kennedy, Mrs. Janet Livingston Favors, Mrs. Catherine Botkins Tickets, Miss Mary McManus, Miss Helena Mc Manus. Cloverleaf Clubs Here Set November Meetings The Cloverleaf Club of St. An thony’s Hospital has scheduled the following meetings for the month of November: Mrs. Henry Holden, 188 Shef field Rd., will be hostess for Leaf 1, luncheon at the Virginia Hotel on Nov. 15, 11:30 a.m. Mrs. Walter A. Holden, 1295 Studer Ave., will entertain Leaf 2 Nov. 27 at 8 p.m. Mrs. O. H. Smith, 3006 Wicklow Rd., will entertain Leaf 3 Nov. 21 at 8:30. Mrs. Georgia B. Davis and Miss Marzella Breining will be hostess es for Leaf 4 on Nov. 14 at 8 p.m., 662 E. Town-st. Mrs. Bernard Weilbacker, 315 S. Chase-av, will entertain Leaf 5 Nov. 27 at 8:15 p.m. Mrs. Joseph Deluca, 183 N. Ardmore Ave., will be hostess for euchre and dessert on Nov. 1 at 8 p.m. Mrs. Robert Rice. 2255 N. 4th St., will be hostess for Leaf 7 for a “White Elephant Sale” on Nov. 17 at 8 p.m. Miss Margaret Duffy will accict Mrs. Lee W. Blackburn, 328 Southampton Ave., will enter tain Leaf 8 on Nov. 14 at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. William Hetterscheidt, 748 Seymour Ave., will entertain Leaf 9 on Nov. 15 at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. P. L. Jones, 3812 River view Dr., will be hostess for Leaf 10 Nov. 14 at 1 p.m. Mrs. Bertha Mandabach, 654 Lay Missioners To Africa Leaving Dublin, for Chela, Tanganyika, British East Africa, are Frances Laterza and Mary Gorman, both of Los Angeles, who are shown with Rev. Mother Mary Mar tin, Foundress of the Medical Missionaries of Mary. The young ladies are first to go to African Missions from mem bers of the Lay Apostolate Association formed by Msgr. Anthony J. Brouwers of Los Angeles, Anthony J. Brouwers of Los Gilbert St., will be hostess for Leaf 11 at a luncheon Nov. 15 at noon. Mrs. Bertha Hall, 564 Hilltonia Ave., will entertain Leaf 12 Nov. 20 at 8:15 p.m. Mrs. Peter Rossetti, 3055 El Paso Dr., will entertain Leaf 13 Nov. 7 at 8 p.m. Mrs. James Hughes, 705 Binns Blvd., will entertain Leaf 14 Nov. 14 at 8:30. Mrs. Thomas Walden, 1966 Dartmouth Ave., will be hostess for Leaf 16 at Fort Hayes Hotel on Nov. 18 at 6:30 p.m. with Mrs. Ellsworth Dean, 137 S. Harris Ave., co-hostess. Mrs. Emil Rogers, 4437 Allen Dr., was hostess for Leaf 17 at a card party on Nov. 6 at 8 p.m. Mrs. J. J. VanHeyde, 525 En field Rd., will be hostess for Leaf 18 at a bridge and dessert on Nov. 29 at 8 p.m. Mrs. S. J. Ciminello, 2946 Pon tiac, will be hostess for Leaf 19 for euchre and refreshments on Nov. 27, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Clara Distelzweig, 1685 S. High St., will be hostess for Leaf 20 at a luncheon on Nov. 14, 12:30 p.m. Mrs. James Lantz will enter tain all members of Leaf 21 after the second quarterly meeting on Nov. 19 at 8 p.m., at St. Anthony’s Hospital. Mrs. Frank Bonarrigo, 103 1^. Kellner Rd., will entertain Leaf 22 Nov. 21 at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. John Reichert, 1147 S. Champion Ave., will entertain Leaf 23 Nov 6 at 7:30 p.m. Mrsf John Bruno, 1266 Medford Rd., will be hostess for Leaf 24 at a games party Nov. 14 at 8 p.m. Mrs. Karl Spohn, 780 Euclaire Ave., will be hostess for Leaf 25 at a luncheon on Nov. 13 at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Michael Lower. 1806 Wei ler Ave., will entertain Leaf 26. Nov. 16 at 8 p.m. Mrs. E. P. Arbaugh. 2675 Kent Rd., will be hostess for Leaf 27 at dessert and bridge on Nov. 14. 7:3t) p.m. Mrs. Leo Lackey, 1423 Elmwood Ave., will entertain Leaf 29 Nov. 21 at 8 p.m. Miss Endres Named Coshocton CWC Head COSHOCTON Miss Dora En dres was elected president of the Catholic Women’s Club at a meet ing held recently in Sacred Heart school hall. Other officers were elected as follows: vice-president, Mrs. Rob ert C. Weaver secretary, Miss Rose Weston treasurer, Mrs. Rus sell Spang flower fund secretary, Mrs. Russell Strohacker. Hostesses for the dinner were as follows: Mrs. Richard J. Walsh, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Leroy Sulccr. Mrs. Mel Rollman, Mrs. Milo Bretzius, Mrs. Genevieve Cardoni, Mrs. Leroy Layton, Mrs. Bert Geyer, Mrs. Ray DeCanzo and Miss Dora Endres. Mrs. Mae Schmidt. Philadelphia, a former Coshocton resident, and Miss Ann Clark were guests. The following are new mem bers: Mrs. William A. Scherrer, Mrs. James Gauerke. Mrs. Arthur Bissonette, Mrs. Robert Baum, Mrs. Frank McCorder, Mrs. Thom as Morrison, Mrs. Robert Morri son and Mrs. Kenneth Grier. Fol lowing a social evening favors went to Miss Rose Weston in games, Mrs. E. P. Hahn, hausey, and Mrs. Francis X. Weaver, bridge. The next meeting will be the Christmas party Tuesday evening, Dec. 11, at Riverside Inn. Capitol Road Machinery Co. Link-Belt Speeder Gardner-Denver Buffalo-Sprngfield, Schield.Bantam Good Roads Machinery, Etc. *45 W. 3rd Ave. AX. 4-331* BUSES FOR CHARTER For All Occasion* Charter Lake Shore System Bu*e* “The Finest in Bus Transportation* LAKE SHORE SYSTEM 714 East Brood Street Call CA. 4-6310 or CA. 1-5172 Video Service AMher** -3037 3310 N. High St. Keep Your Crowd Together Modern Equipment Courteous Driver* Reasonable Rate* 3 SBs. Coshocton DCCW Meets COSHOCTON Reports of the eleventh annual convention of the DCCW held recently in Columbus were given by Mrs. Milo Boz, Mrs. Oliver Stevning, Mrs. Emil Skarke. Mrs. Charles Bell and. Mrs. Walter Bell when Sacred Heart parish council met in the school hall Monday evening, Oct. 29. Mrs. Walter Bell, vice-presi dent, presided at the meeting in the absence of the president, Mrs. Herbert Amore. The program fea tured a “make it or bake it’’ sale witn Mrs. Robert McNichols, auc tioneer, assisted by Mrs. John Marabelle and Miss Margaret Weston. Mrs. Robert Holehouse and Miss Dora Endres presided during the social hour. The meeting will be Nov. 26. St. Joseph Mothers Change Meeting Dale St. Joseph Academy Mothers’ Club meeting has been changed to Tuesday, Nov. 13, at 8:15 p.m., in the school auditorium, 331 E. Rich St. Dr. Irene Jasys, instructor, Ohio State University, will speak on “Hearing Problems of School Age Children.”, a topic which she has given special care in her many years of medicine. Dr. Jasys originally lived in Lithuania and graduated in medi cine at the University of Kaunas. After graduation she spent seven years in Germany doing special work in- her field. Mrs. Robert Otto. 1084 E. Ful ton St., chairman of Hospitality Committee, will be assisted by Mrs. Theodore Gassman. 1237 Haddon Rd. Mrs. Richard Schick, 2777 Wellesley Rd. Mrs. Charles Scott. 1082 Geers Ave. Mrs, James Lingo, 380 Brookside Dr. Mrs. Warren Ricketts, 1067 Broadview Ave. o----------------- A mamber of th* British ar my’s famous Grenadier Guards returned to London after the great evacuation a' Dunkerque. For two days he had been among troops pinned down by machine gun and artillery fire. He met a friend in a pub. “Well, how was it?” the friend asked. “Oh, not bad. really,” replied the grenadier. “But, my dear fel low, the noise—and the people!" Catholic Digest—November F. & E. Check Protector Co. Only Authorized F. & E. Sales & Service Hand or Electric Signers and Protectors Paymaster and Other Makes Serviced. NEW REBUILT MACHINES 240 S. 3rd St CA. 4-1331 BLUE VALLEY BUTTER IS GOOD BUTTER That's Why Million* Use It modern, fully automatic •. .. that fit your budget, your family, your home needs They're »e fact... clean ... dependob/e .. They give to much the Ohio fuel QOS company^ St. Anthony Nuns Observe Anniversary A joint celebration was held at St. Anthony Hospital last Satur day, to observe the golden jubilee of Sister M. Milhurga and thp sil ver jubilee of Sister Mary Phil omene. A Solemn High Mass was sung in the main chapel at 9 am, with Monsignor Patrick J. Kilgallen. A reception for relatives and friends of the jubilaians followed the Mas*. Sister M. Milburga has been supervisor of housekeeping at St. Anthony Hospital since 1942. Sis ter Mary Philomene is director of the St. Francis School of Nurs ing. Both are members of the Sis ters of the Poor of St. Francis. Before coming to St. Anthony Hospital 16 years ago. Sister M. Milburga served at St. Mary’s Hospital, Hoboken, N.Y. St. Mary's Hospital, Cincinnati St. Mary's Hospital, Quincy, Ill. St. Margaret’s Hospital, Kansas City, Kans. St. Michael’s Hospital, Newark, N.J. St. Francis Hos pital, Columbus, and St. Eliza beth’s Hospital, Dayton. Sister Mary Philomene is one of a family of six children and was born and reared in Jefferson City, Mo. She and five other wom en entered the S.P.S.F. in 1928 and made their first vow s in 1931. They received their Red Cross and gold ring in 1936. In 1950 she received her B.S. in nursing from Villa Hadonna College in Covington, Ky., then her Masters in nursing from the Catholic University of America three years later. next Upon her graduation, she came tn Columbus as director of the St. Francis School of Nursing, a position she still holds. This is a diploma school, nationally ac credited, with 48 students enrolled at present. -----------------o----------------- St. Leo Women Have Scholarship Fund Party Attitude toward school work, participation in school activities in addition to academic work will be considered in determining the winner of the scholarship award ed to one of the girl graduates of the parish school each year by the St. Leo parish, Columbus Altar Rosary Sodaliay and PCCW. TTie scholarship provides one year's tuition to the high school which the winner chooses to at tend. Ann Scanlan, winner of last year’s award, is presently attend ing St Joseph academy. Funds to provide the scholar ship will be provided through a euchre party to be held in St. Leo's School Hall, Frebis and Bruck Sts., on Saturday, Nov. 10. Mrs. Henry Webb is chairman of the affair. PT A NOTES St. John the Evangelist Parent Teacher Association will hold its next meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 14, at 8 p. m. Guest speaker will be Dr. Irene Jasys, who will speak on the defects of hearing in children. Refreshments will be served following the business meeting. The PTA of Christ the King School, Columbus, will meet on Thursday, Nov. 15, at 1:30 p.m in the school cafeteria. Father Ben nett Applegate, diocesan superin tendent of schools, will speak on “The Meaning of Federal Aid to Education.” Mrs. Clark Konanz is chairman of hostesses She will be assisted by mothers of seventh grade chil dren Corpus Christi school, Colum bus. PTA. will meet in the school social hall on Friday, November 9, at 8 p. m. Father James Kulp, diocesan director for the society for the propagation of the faith, will be the guest speaker. Men of the organization will serve refreshments following the business meeting. -----------------o----------------- Want ads can make more noise tor vour product than a brass band with 1,000 members. HILLTOP EXCAVATING A CRANE SERVICE Excavating Bulldozing Crane Service up to 70 Ft. 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