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Of Interest to Women
St. Agatha Women’s Club,
PCCW, Hold Social May 23
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St. Agatha’s Women’s Club and Parish Council
Catholic Women will hold their annual Spring luncheon
12:30 p.m., Thursday, May 23, at Ilonka’s Provincial House.
Most past presidents of the two organizations are ex­
pected to attend the event. 1
Following the luncheon, new
ly-elected officers will be in
troduced formally to the gather
ing. The officers are:
Mrs. E. A. Durbin, president,
and Mrs. Paul E. Weilbacher,
vice-president of the Women’s
Club Mrs. Frank Shea president
of the PCCW Mrs. Ralph Kram
er, Jr., vice-president Mrs. Jos
eph M. Hogan, treasurer Mrs.
Robert K. Morris, recording sec
retary and Mrs. William H. Mc
Grath, corresponding secretary.
The luncheon will be conclud
ed by the awarding of door
prizes.
Coshocton Women's Club
Attracts 50 To Supper
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dish supper recently in Sacred
Heart School with 50 persons
attending. Hostesses were: Mrs.
John Marabella Mrs. Jack Mis
kimmens, Mr. Carl Salrin, Mrs.
Sylvester Shuck, Mrs. P. J. Mc
Grady, Mrs. William A. Scherrer,
Mrs. Robert C. Weaver, Mrs.
Mary Shearn, Mrs. Albert
Royer, Miss Ann McDevitt and
Miss Mary McGrady.
Following a social, favors went
to Mrs. Jack Stansel, Mrs. E. P.
Hahn and Miss Margaret Weston.
The next meeting will be held
Tuesday evening, June 4, instead
of the regular date, June 6, due
to Sacred Heart High School
graduation exercises.
Hostesses will be: Mrs. Clay
Watson, Jr., Miss Teresa Fagan,
Mrs. Martin V. Scherrer, Mrs.
John Nugent. Mrs. Oliver Stev
ning, Mrs. Robert Husson, Mrs.
Richard Baum, Mrs. Earl McDon
ald, Mrs. Russell Spang, Mrs. Jer
ry Weaver, Mrs. James Fallon
and Miss Geneva Scherrer.
St. Joseph Study Club
Elects New Officers
DOVER—The St. Joseph Study
Club of St. Joseph Church elect
ed Mrs. Homer Harris of New
Philadelphia, president of the
unit at a recent meeting held in
the home of Mrs. William Paulin
of Dover.
Others elected are: Miss Ro
berta Balazik of Dover, vice
president Mrs. Ed Rees of New
Philadelphia, secretary and Mrs.
Joe Lanza of Dover, treasurer.
Plans for the family picnic, to
be held June 2 at Tappan Lake,
were completed. Further details
on the event may be obtained
from Mrs. Rudy Pietro.
Religious topic for the eve
ning was “The True Faith.”
Three St. Ann Guilds
Set Meetings Next Week
Three guilds of St. Ann Hos
pital are planning to hold meet
ings next week. They are:
Guild 40 at 8 p.m. Tuesday,
May 21 at the home of Miss Mary
Ann Houston, 3484 Race-st.
Guild 6, at 7 p.m. Tuesday,
May 21, at the Columbus Maen
nerchor for dinner. Miss Elinor
Chatfield will be hostess.
Guild 24 at 6:30 p.m, Friday,
May 24, at 301 S. Demorest-rd,
for a picnic supper for members
and husbands.
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St. Mary Magdalene
Starts New Novena
St. Mary Magdalene Church,
488 S. Roys Ave., will begin a
new Miraculous Medal novena
honoring the Immaculate Con
ception of the Blessed Virgin
Mary. Father John Wolf of St.
Charles Seminary will conduct
the series.
The novena will open May 13
with the 8:30 am. Mass. On
.succeeding Mondays, times of the
novena are: 10 a.m., 3 p.m., 4
p.m., 5:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m., 7:30
p.m., and 8:30 p.m.
St. Marj’, Groveport, Sets
Lawn Fete On June 22
St. Mary Church, Groveport
will hold its annual lawn fete on
Saturday. June 22 on the parish
grounds.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Scanlon
have been named general chair
men of the event. The Altar So
ciety will prepare and serve a
fried chicken dinner that eve
ning.
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Now is the Time
Pictured above at a recent meeting of
the Southern Deanery of the Columbus
Diocesan Council of Catholic Men held at
Portsmouth are, from left to right: Rob
ert Kibbey, Wellston, secretary Joseph
Weisenberger, Chillicothe, president Fr.
Hubert Rubeck of Holy Redeemer Church,
St. Andrew Women
To Elect Officers May 21
St. Andrew Women’s Club will
elect new officers at the meet
ing on Tuesday, May 21, at 8
p.m. in the social hall.
A lecture on the basic princi
pals of interior design will be
given by Mr. Tommy Piolata,
well known interior decorator.
Mr. Piolata will show samples of
the newest trend in textures and
fabrics.
May Pole streamers will form
a gay canopy for the refresh
ment table planned
chairman Mrs. Frank
sisted by Mrs. Paul
Mrs. Donald Roach,
Frank Donovan.
by social
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St. Aloy»ius Boy Chosen
For Buckeye Boys State
NEW LEXINGTON—Robert A
Stiff of St. Aloysius Academy has
been selected to attend Buckeye
Boys State at Camp Perry the
week of June 7.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. L. J.
Stiff. Buckeye Lake, Robert has
been active in sports and other
activities at St. Aloysius.
Daughters of Isabella
Initiate Class at New Lex.
NEW LEXINGTON—The St.
Rose of Lima Circle of the Daugh
ters of Isabella recently initiated
the “Sarah McCune” class in cere
monies held at the Knights of
Columbus hall.
The class was named in honor
of three generations of members.
They are: Mrs. Sarah McCune
her daughter, Mrs. Goldie Clarke
and her granddaughter, Mrs.
Sally Middaugh.
The candidates: Mesdames Dan
Smith, David Boyle, Albert Ham
ilton. Adrain Wollenberg, Dwight
Middaugh. James Rankin, Ralph
Hubble, Carson Graves, Allen
Koonts, Lee Saunders, Louis
Page, Richard Belford. John
Nash. M. G. Underwood, Jr., Rob
ert Metzger.
Charles Potter. Bill Gordon,
Robert Holden. Jerry Glockner,
T. C. McDaniel, John Saunders.
John Stanton, Andrew McMillen.
Harold Reichley, Louis Flores,
Joseph Allen, John Procacci, Carl
Bennett, George Ellis, Andrew
Hlavy. Ronald Kent and Miss
Velma Mace.
Catholic Women’s League
Set Meeting for May 20
The Catholic Women s League
will hold its May dinner and bus
iness meeting at the Virginia
Hotel, at 6:30 p.m. May 20.
Father Richard Dodd, diocesan
director of youth activities, will
be the speaker.
Hostesses for the evening will
be Mrs. C. J. McDonald, Mrs.
Samuel Gallione, Mrs. Betty
Hammerstein, Miss Edna Carney
and Mrs. Louis Paas.
Mrs. Lawrence Schreller is in
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Our Lady of Peace PTA
Spring Frolic Set May 18
Our I^ady of Peace PTA pre
sents its Spring Frolic of round
and square dancing Saturday,
May 18, at 8 p.m., at the Ameri
can Legion Hall, 4604 N. High-st.
Tickets are $1 per person. Music
will be furnished by the Tip
Top-Trio. Planning the affair
are:
Chairman, Mrs. Donald Cox of
98 W. Jeffrey-pL and co-chair
man, Mrs. Ralph Serra of 226
Fairway-dr.
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ter, Mrs. Robert Sprague, Mis.
Albert McNulty, Mrs. Robert
Trautman. Mrs. Thomas Riden
our, Mrs. Ralph Sena. Mrs. R. P.
Merrill, Jr., and Mrs. Laurence
Loan.
Installation of Officers
Held by St. Leo PTA
St. Leo’s PTA installed new
ficers for the coming year
the meeting held at the school
Thursday. Installed were:
Mrs. Anthony Ebelberger, pres
ident: Francis Kemph. vice-pres
ident Mrs. Robert Sweeney, sec
retary Herman Nagley, treas
urer and Lewis Dorn, auditor.
Mrs. Frank Pritchard was in
charge of refreshments.
Holy Family PTA To
Round and Square Dance
Holy Family PTA will sponsor
a round and square dance on Sat
urday, May 18 from 9 p.m. until
midnight in the high school audi
torium.
Admission will be $1.50 per
couple. Refreshments will be
served at the event.
St. Gabriel PTA To Hohl
Dance At School May 18
A dance will be held Saturday,
May 18 from 9 to 12 p.m. at St.
Gabriel's school hall, sponsored
by the PTA. Bob Hillis Band will
play.
Refreshments will be served,
a door prize will be given away,
and raffles will be held. Admis
sion is $1.50 a couple and the
public is invited.
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John Ziccardi of Chillicothe.
St. Clara Auxiliary 291
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St. Clara’s Auxiliary No. 291
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St. Augustine school hall. May
16 at 8 p.m. Inspection will be
made by Genevieve Burr of Aux
iliary No. 65. All members are
urged to attend.
Refreshments will be served
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Frances Matthews is chairman
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Catholic Men climaxed a series
of organizational meetings with
an election of officers at St. Mary
School auditorium last week.
Elected president was Thomas
Joyce of Lancaster Other offi
cers are John Stanton of New
Lexington vice president John
Mahle of Zanesville, secretary
and Austin Litzinger of Somerset,
treasurer.
Committee chairmen are: Carl
Robb of Lancaster, youth Thom
as Stephens of Zanesville relig
ious activities George Verfers of
Corning, organization and devel
opment and Fred Stine of Zanes
ville, public relations.
Father Maurice Donovan, pas
tor of St. Rose parish, New Lex
ington, and dean of the Eastern
Deanery, spoke to the men who
came from Fairfield, Hocking,
Perry and Muskingum Counties.
Holy Spirit Building
Drive Nets $176,279
The final report of the active
phase of the Holy Spirit School
addition and new church build
ing fund campaign shows a
pledge total of $176,279.
These figures were reported
by Fr. Robert W. Harwick, pas
tor, and in making the announce
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paign workers on their accomp
lishment and thanked both the
workers and the parish for the
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