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8—The Catholic Times
Fridav, April 26. 1957
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RICHLYH
Furniture and Appliances
Featuring Quality Line* of
Furniture, Including
Karpan Howard Parlor, Broyhill
Forest Thomasville Cavaliar
L’p to 24 months to pay at Bank
Rate Interest Open 11 to 9 Daily
Dick Meccia Owner
449 W Broad St at Sandusky
CA. S-25M Columbus Ohio
MONEY WHEN
YOU NEED IT
MAIN FINANCE CO.
1737 E. Main St
CL. 2-3194
Set Your Neighbors
Myron T. Rodabaugh
Ross Keys
Mildred M. Scott
William K. Stewart
New Lexington
Metzger
Ins. Agency
Complete Insurance Service
113 N. Main 228 I
Hot Point Appliances
Television Sales A Service
Ellis Dept. Store
903 N. Matn St
New Lexington Phone 102
Blanchard Station
Elevator
Provico Feeds
Cement fence Seed*
Fertilizer Custom Gnnding
Blanchard Station, Ohio
RD Na 1, Dunkirk, Ohia
Phone Kenton 4-1110
CHBVROLCT ADVANCE DESIGN
TRUCKS
Dependable performance! ow cool
per mile’ Wide choice of models!
There s a Chevrolet truck that’a
juet right for your business
Harken Chevrolet Co.
100 st. Detroit Phone *9104
THE FIRST NATIONAL
BANK OF KENTON
Membet at F.D.I.C.
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STATION 15 AW NIX CO.
Canvas and Metal Awnings
Industrial Specialties
RR
I. Dennison Phone 944
McCartney barber shop
147 I High Avi Ph .‘4573
New Philadelphia, Ohio
TiEABER S FOODUNER, INC.
701 S. Broadway
Xew Philadelphia, Ohio
DAVIS RADIATOR SHOP
Complete Lawn Mower Service
Tuscarawas. Ohio Phone 1355.13
BAKEKIES
I EVERETT'S BAKERY
148 W. High Ave.
New Philadelphia, O.
BURIAL Al LI S
BUSS BURIAL VAULTS
605 W. State, Ph. 8 7438
Newcomestown, O.
ORNAMENTAL IRON
Ornamental Iron
820 Grant St., Ph. 9032
Dennison, O.
Willard Safety Fill Battery
Sales and Service
Roth Garage utter* you not onlv
the best tn storage batteries tor
every application, but also excel
lent service to protect vour
tory.
“WHERE TO CALL*
bat-
Roth Garage
716 W. High Av.
New Philadelphia
3-1922
BOLTZ’S
Located on Rt. 8 & 250
2 mi. N. of Uhrichsville
"An Adventure in
Fin* Foods"
Family Stylo Chicken Dinner
Steaks See Food
Private Parties and
Banquets Welcomed
Phone 1815
’You/fc Notes
Southern Deanery CYC Meet
At Waverly May 12
The CYO division of the Diocesan Council of Catholic
Youth will hold it’s first conference of parish delegates
in the Southern Deanery on Sunday, May 12 at St Mary's
Parish in Waverly.
Chairman Errol Wells of St. Mary has issued invita-
tions to the parishes of the area
through his Pastor, Father Ken
neth Wise.
The conference will concern
itself with the explanation and
organization of the Diocesan
Council of Catholic Youth, with
the program for Catholic Youth
Meek in the Fall and with the ac
tivities of the parishes in the
Southern Deanery.
Priests of the parish as well
as layleaders in the area have
been asked to join in the confer
ence.
FIESTA
Fiesta-time 1957 will be the
theme of tomonw evening's
CERTIFIED
Refrigeration Service
Walter Carney
New Lexington O. Phone 106 i
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Sheeran's
Quality Drugs
Opposite Court House
New Lexington. Ohio
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PERRY DISTRIBUTING CO.
Distributors for
Burger Duquesne Schlitz
KENTON
BUYER'S
GUIDE
SEIBERLING TIRES
Recapping and Retreading
Bird's Shell Oil Station
I 111 S. Main Phene 9252 1
Kenton, Ohio
The
HILL DRUG CO.
Professional Pharmacists $
The firms listed here deserve
to be remembered when you are
distributing your patronage in
the diffeient lines of buainesf.
THE SMART SHOP
LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR, JEWELRY
GIFTS AND NOVELTIES
BUYERS’ GUIDE
TUSCARAWAS COUNTY
10 FT. WIDE
Interested* We've Got ‘Cm end
Bargains in Other Good Coaches
From $300 to $700
25 of them under $3,000
Bateman Trailer Store
1500 I. STATE ST., ALLIANCE, O.
PHONE 1149
The Ohio Optical Co.
Have Your Eyes Examined
1 uciay
BUY DIRECT
Proscriptions Accurately Filled
in Canton
FRKD J. Hl sHEA. Owner
Phon* GL. 2 4521
On«it. Hotel Bldg., Canton, Ohio
J. W. HURLESS INSULATION
SERVICE k
Approved Applicators of
Owens Corning Fiberglass
Insulation
Baldwin-Hill Black Mineral Wool
Free E.itimates
Guaranteed Workmanship
ALSO STORM WINDOWS
We Invite Your Telephone1'Inquiry
Dial $7114
127 W. Sth St. Dover, Ohio
W. E. OURANT
FUNERAL HOME
Serving Newcomerstown,
Port Washington
and Surrounding 1 erritory
447 E. CANAL STRUT
Phone a-4421 Newcomerstown, O.
THE FIRST
NATIONAL BANK
123 N. Bridge
Dial 8-6202
Newcomestown, O.
Citizens Budget Co.
Complete Loan Service
Chattels Automobile
Consumer Credit
Phene for a Lean er Further
information
“It Please. Vs to Please You"
“We Are on the Square"
VLRGH O. MATHIAS. Mgr
164 Breadway Phon* 4-2745
New Philadelphia, Ohie
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celebration by the members of
the Central Deanery parish
CYO's as they meet in five dif
ferent parishes in the city.
Northsiders will meet at
Immaculate Conception where
music will be played by the Blue
Boys. Westsiders will listen to
Walt Rodgers and his orchestra
at St Magdalene’s on the south
side the Stollers orchestra will
play for the program at Corpus
Christi in the east end the young
people will meet at Christ the
King parish to the music of Ieo
Kraus and the Tri Village area
CVO'ers will head the Modern
Music Quartette The program is
from 8:30 to 11 30 pm. and the
intermission will be featured by
entertainment.
SCOUT HOLY HOUR
Approximately eighty youngs
ters from the Boy Scout and Girl
Scout troops and Campfire Girl
units in the Diocese will be on
hand Sunday to receive the
Church awards for Scouts in St.
Joseph Cathedral at 3:00 pm.
The Most Reverend Bishop will
preside and make awards to the
youngsters. Father Bernard .Mc
Clory of Holy Rosary parish w: 1
deliver the sermon for the occa
sion. Mr. Hilary Falk of Christ
the King parish. Mr. Ed Adolph
of Corpus Christi parish and Mr.
William Sorenson of Holy Ros
ary parish will assist Mr. Joseoh
Reiger in handling the proves
sion which begins at the Cathed
ral school yard.
.Mrs. W. G. Berlanger of St.
Aloysius parish and Mrs. Joseph
Reis of St. Mary Magdalene par
ish are assisting on the commit
te for the Holy Hour.
Sr. Durilda Attends
Registrars’ Meeting
Linden Florists
11*0 Denun* AM 3-1331
Video
Service
AMherst $-3437
3310 N. High St.
Tho Ohio
Savings A Trust Co.
119 W. High Ave.
New Philadelphia, O.
Member F.D.I.C.
Van Fossen
Service
323 E. High Ave.
Dial 5 0924
Xew Philadelphia. Ohio
M&K Store
GROCERIES
210 E. 3rd St., Phone 13
Uhrichsville, O.
Water Well
Drilling
Owners and Operators of
Our Own Equipment
MINERAL
Coal, Clay, Shale, Etc.
and
FORMATION TESTING
WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS
Sales and Service
Call Strasburg 4291
Murton Harvey & Co.
128—6th St. S.W.
Strasburg, Ohio
LANCASTER Pictured
above are Dave Kiger. James
Cenci. John Porterfield, Ber
n a Binninger, Michael
Rempe. and Carl Gavin, sen
ior boys at St. Mary High
School in Lancaster.
The boys are viewing the
completed Globe Shakespearian
Theater that they made as a class
proiect. About. $15 and three
Local Students
Hold Annual
Audition Here
The second annual piano audi
tions will be held April 27th.
There will be two local centers
for the auditions Lyon and Healy
Music Store and St. Joseph Acad
emy The out-of-town center will
be at St. Mary School. Chillicothe.
Students from lhe following
schools will participate in the
auditions: Holy Name, Holy Ros
ary. Immaculate Conception, Our
Lady of Victory Academy, St.
Christopher, St. Joseph Academy,
St. Mary St. Mary, Marion, St.
Mary Chillicothe St. Mary of the
Springs Academy.
the
the
Sister Durilda. registrar of
College of St. Mary of
Springs, and Sister Mane Rosaire.
registrar of Albertus Magnus Col
lege Xew Haven. Connecticut,
and (ormer registrar at St. Mary
of the Springs, are attending the
National Association of ollegi
ate Registrar s convention which
is being held in Denver. Colo.,
during this week.
The main topic is “Admission
Policies’’ and sectional meetings
will also include forums and pan
els on systems of deducting cred
its for student failure as well as
discussion of the methods employ
ed in handling typical problems
facing the college registrar.
Cut Flowers, Potted Plants
Funeral Designs Our Specialty
The adjudicators of the Co
lumbus centers are Miss Eleanor
Anawalt and Miss Florence Beall.
Miss Anawalt is a graduate of St.
Mary of the Springs and receiv
ed her Bachelor and Master de
grees from Ohio State Univer
sity. She studied at lhe Julliard
School of Music. Miss Beall is a
Julliard School of Music grad
uate. She studied abroad with
Myra Hess and is also a student
of Hansletz Chamber Music
group.
Play Cowboy At Springs
On Sunday afternoon. May 5, at
3 m. the Modern Dance Group
of the College of St Mary of the
Springs, under the direction of
Miss Man- Jo Feak. will present
their annual recital. The nine se
lections range from the light and
airy dances to the more dignified
and serious.
A gay “cowboy” number open
ing the program will be follow
ed by a “round” “Row Row. Row
Your Boat,” by a series of nur
sery rhymes, in which the stu
dents have worked out their own
choreography, and the Pavene,
The Hammond Organ
Produces organ music of cathe
dral quality in churches of any
sue. Over 44.009 churches now
enjoy the
beautiful
music
of the
Hammond
Organ.
Write or
Cell fer
Demon
atratien.
114 C. BROAD ST. CA. 1.7541
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Lancaster Students Build Globe Theater
Replica Displayed At Springs
months' work went into the con
struction of the octangular open
air theater. The theater is made
of balsa wood and stands 12 in.
high with a circumference of sev
en feet. The roof is made of pos
ter paper.
The girls, Betty Stout, Joyce
King, and Karen McLaughlin,
made the clothes for the minia
ture actors.
The stage is divided into three
Local Students
Home for Vacation
Home to spend Easter and
Spring vacation with their fami
lies are four students from this
area who attend Our Lady of Cin
cinnati College Cincinnati. O,
They are: Miss Vera Flavin,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John F.
Flavin. 80 Park Avenue. Dela
ware, Ohio: Janet Durthaler, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
Durthaler. 1140 Metier Ave.. Co
lumbus Miss Joanne Bourner.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Bourner. 2409 Plymouth Avenue.
Columbus and Miss Marilyn Jean
Haley daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John C. Haley 630 Stimmel Road.
Columbus.
Miss Flaxin was recently elect
ed Sodality Prefect for the 1957
58 school year.
To Be Named Envoy
ROME—(NC) According to
unofficial information received
here. Mayor Jose Final y Escriva
de Romani of Madrid, the Count
of Mayalde. will soon be named
Spanish Ambassador to the Holy
See. Count Finat. y Escriva would
fill the post left vacant by Fer
nando Castiella, who is now
Spam's Minister of Foreign Af
fairs.
an elegant dance of the sixteenth
century, possessing religious ov
ertones. For the final number
the group will present “Our Lady
and the Dancer” featuring Pa
tricia Koebel. left to right, above,
are Martha Ganyard, Tar
raba, Patricia Holzmer
RUG
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parts, the super stage, for bal
cony scenes, the lower stage and
the inner stage. Around the stage
are open balconies, the equivalent
of the present day box seat. Be
low’, the common people stood in
the courtyard or pit as it was
called.
The Globe Theater is now on
display at Saint Mary of the
Springs, in Erskine Hall outside
the Little Theater.
Urges Youth
To Stay In
Schools
WASHINGTON (NC)—Presi
dent Eisenhower has urged young
people to continue as students
in school until they hate devel
oped their God given capacities to
the full.”
The Chief Executive s message
was distributed in conjunction
with the launching of a nation
wide campaign to encourage com
pletion of education, with par
ticular emphasis on teen-agers
w ho drop out of high schools.
The drive is to be sponsored by
the Department of Labor, and the
Department of Health. Education
and Welfare, in cooperation with
the Defense Department
Stating that in 1956 only 60 of
every 100 high school students
received diploma-. Secretary of
Ijibor James P. Mitchell said in
a statement that the campaign
will woik to correct this situa
tion.
“America’s complex and grow
ing industry he said, “demands
alert, creative, imaginative young
men and women who can take
their places in an age of special
ists. Such workers, educated in
the high school are our nation’s
greatest wealth and most crit
ical need.”
To Attend (Contention
Sr. Ignatius Marie, S.N.D.. TV
coordinator for diocesan schools,
and Sr. Thomas Aquin O.P..
dean of studies at the College of
St. Mary of the Springs, are at
tending the Xational Catholic Ed
ucational Association Contention
which will be held in Milwaukee.
Wisconsin. The theme of the con
vention is ‘‘Education and Com
munication” and will extend to
include the most liberal interpre
tations of education.
NOTRE DAME, Ind—(NO)
Thousands of alumni and friends
will observe the 34th annual Uni
versal Notre Dame Night in more
than 100 cities during the next
two weeks.
Our 32nd Year
Giving
Columbus
People
The Deal
They Want
CHEVROLET
555 W. Broad St.
CA. 8-1555
U.S. Will Be Represented
Al Peace Congress
FLORENCE, Italy- (Radio, NC)
—President Dwight Eisenhower
Las indicated that the U.S. will
be represented at the sixth Con
gress for Peace and Christian
Civilization to be held here later
this year.
$ 1,400.000 Willed
Home for Aged
MILWAUKEE—(NC)—The Mil
waukee Catholic Home for the
Aged will receive more than $2.
400.000 in 1972, according to the
will of Mrs. Elsie K.vJohn who
died August 3. 1952. She was
formerly president of the Miller
Brewing Company.
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