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Men’s Club
Organized At
St. Edward’s
GRANVILLE A Men’s Club
was organized at St. Edward’s
parish during a meeting called
by the pastor, Father Augustine
Winkler.
Among me projects listed by
the men were: a monthly Com
munion-Breakfast, formation of
a discussion group in the Fall,
and several plans for improving
the church grounds.
The first project will be the
erection of a 30-foot flag pole
in front of the church.
During the meeting, officers
were elected. They are: John N.
Gibney, president John J. Daley,
vice-president Joseph Ozmun,
secretary and Howard Mueller,
treasurer.
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Two Diocesan
Men Receive
Fellowships
Two Diocesan men, University
of Dayton students, have been
awarded scholarships or fellow
ships as listed below, it was an
nounced recently by U.D. offi
cials.
Ramon E. Hosier, 1198 Berke
ley Rd., Columbus, senior in en
gineering, an assistantship in
chemical engineering at the Uni
versity of Illinois.
Daniel L. Valentine, 105 Front
St, S. W.» New Philadelphia, O.,
senior in engineering, a fellow
ship for graduate study in civil
engineering at the University of
Illinois.
Holy Family Festival
Set for June 14-15
Holy Family parish will hold
its annual Summer festival on
June 14 and 15 on the Sandusky
St. school grounds.
A fish dinner will be served on
Friday and a spaghetti dinner
on Saturday. Both will be served
from 5 to 7 p.m.
Highlight of the festival will
be the drawing for a 1957 model
car on Saturday evening.
Patrick O’Linn is general chair
man of the event.
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Three dignitaries honored by the
University of Notre Dame at its 112th an
nual commencement are, from second
left, Earl Warren, Chief Justice, U. S. Su
preme Court, commencement speaker and
Honorary Doctor of Laws degree recipi
ent Mrs. Clare Booth Luce, former U. S.
KC Officers
Are Elected
At Chillicothe
CHILLIOTHE James M.
Lynch, Jr., of 242% W. Second
St., was elected grand knight of
the Chillicothe Knights of Colum
bus council, succeeding Bernard
B. Palkovacs, Jr.
Others elected are: Walter
Bradshaw, deputy grand knight
Robert Summers, chancellor Ed
ward J. Groeber, advocate Dr.
Clifford Johnson, recording sec
retary Walter Jinks, treasurer
Martin Wachter, warden Paul
Smith, inside guard Dr. Emmett
Boyle, outside guard and Rich
ard T. Ward and H. E. Hunter,
trustees.
Holdover officers are: William
Boulger, trustee and Donald Kal
tenbach, financial secretary.
Installation of the new officers
will be held at the July meeting.
New Books
For Catholics
AUGUSTINE, SAINT. The City
Of God Against The Pagans.
(Harvard University Press. $3).
A Latin-English edition edited
by George E. McCracken Num
ber 411 in the Loeb Classics.
BAKER, NINA BROWN. Juan
Ponce de Leon. (Knopf. $2.50).
Account for children of the up
per grades of the Spanish explor
er of Florida.
BEEBE, CATHERINE. The Bi
ble Story. The Promised Lord
And His Coming. (Farrar, Straus
and Cudahy. $1.95). A selection
of those elements in the Old
Testament that pertain to God’s
promise of redemption. In the
Vision Book Series for children
of ages 9-15.
BURROWS, MILLAR. What
Mean These Stones? (Meridian
Books. $1.35. Paper). A reprint
of a book dealing with the sig
nificance of archeology for bib
lical studies.
CARAMAbf, PHILIP. Henry
Morse, Priest Of The Plague.
(Farrar, Straus and Cudahy.
$3.75). Biography of an English
Jesuit of the seventeenth century.
CHARDON, LOUIS. The Cross
of Jesus. (Herder. $4.25). A
translation of the first study on
purification in the history of
spirituality.
CONNELLY, JOSEPH. Hymns
Of The Roman Liturgy. (Newman.
$5). Latin text with English
translation and notes.
COURTNEY, SISTER, M. T.
Edward Martyn And The Irish
Theatre. (Vantage. $3). A study
of Martyn’s artistic and intellec
tual endeavors.
GUARESCHI, GIOVANNI. Don
Camillo Takes The Devil By The
Tail. (Farrar, Straus & Cudahy.
$3). A series of short stories con
tinuing the famous Italian priest
as the leading character.
HERTLING, LUDWIG. The Ro
man Catacombs And Their Mar
tyrs. (Bruce. $3.50). A transla
tion from the German.
McCROSSON, MARY OF THE
BLESSED SACRAMENT, SISTER.
The Bell and The River. (Palo
Alto, California, Box 558, Pacific
Books. $3.50). The Centennial
history of the Sisters of Charity
of Providence, Sisters of the
Poor, and a biography of Mother
Joseph of the Sacred Heart.
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Khrushchev Talk
Won Harm U.S.
CBS Tells CWV
WASHINGTON—(NO Amer
ican people are sufficiently adult
to withstand communist propa
ganda such as Pikita S. Khrush
chev, Russia’s Communist party
boss, dispensed on a television
program June 2, the Columbia
Broadcasting System has main
tained.
The CBS position was taken in
reply to a protest from the Cath
olic War Veterans after the CBS
TV-radio interview with the Rus
sian leader was announced. CBS
president, Frank Stanton, empha
sized the adulthood of the Amer
ican people in his reply to the
CWV protest. He said that the
questions asked during the in
terview were unhearsed.
CWV National Commander
William J. Gill in a telegram to
Mr. Stanton before the telecast
broadcast occurred pointed out
that Lenin at one time made the
statement that the U.S. press
would carry 80 per cent of the
communist propaganda free of
charge.
The CWV protest said that the
Khrushchev interview amounted
to piping communist propaganda
into the living rooms of the
American homes. The protest
asked that either an anti-com
munist program be substituted
for the interview, or that the in
terview be labeled as communist
propaganda.
16 Degrees
Granted By
Josephinum
WORTHINGTON Diplomas
were awarded to 16 seniors by
the Pontifical College Josephin
um here, at the commencement
exercises Saturday evening in
the school’s Conrardy Hall.
The commencement address
was delivered by Dr. Clarence A.
Forbes, Professor of Classical
Languages at Ohio State Uni
versity.
Professor Forbes is the present
president of the Ohio Classical
Conference and past president of
the Classical Association of the
Middle West and South.
Msgr. Paul A. Gieringer, rec
tor of the Josephinum College,
will confer the degrees. Msgr. Leo
F. Miller, Dean of the College De
partment, will introduce the
speaker for the occasion.
The 16 seniors to receive their
bachelor of arts degrees for the
most part spent their full time
at the Josephinum College. Being
from various states of the Union,
they are preparing themselves
for the priesthood.
They have completed their col
lege work preparatory to the the
ological course of four years
which will begin this coming Sep
tember.
Card Party Set June 15
At St. Mary Magdalene
The St. Mary Magdalene Ath
letic Association will hold a card
party in the basement of the new
church, Saturday, June 15 at 8
p.m.
Progressive euchre, bridge and
canasta will be played. Door priz
es will be awarded and refresh
ments served.
STEUBENVILLE Sixty-five
priests have been ordained for
service in this diocese since it
was established in 1945, it was
revealed here.
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Ambassador to Italy, Laetare Medal re
cipient for 1957 and Dr. Ralph J. Bunche,
Under-Secretary of the United Nations,
also awarded, Honorary Doctor of Laws
degree. At left is Father Theodore M.
Hesburgh, C.S.C., university President.
Altar Society
Elect Officers
At Circleville
CIRCLEVILLE Thirty mem
mbers of the Altar Society of St.
Joseph parish participated in an
election of officers at a meeting
held last week in the church re
creation room.
Re-elected president was Mrs.
Margaret Shadley. Other officers
are: Mrs. Everett Stocklen, vice
president. Mrs. Myron Schelb, sec
retary, and Miss Elizabeth Goode,
treasurer.
During the session, Mrs. Shad
ley appointed various committees
and named the following as rep
resentatives to the National
Council of Catholic W’omen:
Mrs. Henry Butt, Mrs. Robert
Norpoth, Mrs. N. E. Abbott. Mrs.
Warren Elliott and Mrs. James
Locke.
Mrs. Rosa Rader announced
that sewing sessions would be
held every Tuesday evening until
the Summer festival w’hich will
be held June 26. Committee mem
bers were named for the festival
event.
Msgs. George Mason, pastor,
addressed the group, choosing for
his topic the Tenth Command
ment. Refreshments were served.
Art School’s 78th Annual
Exhibit Opens This Week
The Columbus Art School, 44
N. Ninth-st, exhibits its 78th an
nual exhibition with great variety
of professional subjects in fine
and commercial art.
The display is an unusual set
ting of variety of media, purpose
and point of view. Examples of
work in design, painting, sculp
ture, industrial design, advertis
ing design, and magazine illus
tration are educational and excit
ing. Students show their art with
understanding and purpose,
whether realistic or abstract.
All interested in art and par
ticularly high school teachers,
high school students, parents,
business and industry are invited.
The display will be up all sum
mer in order that students in
terested in following a profes
sional art course may see se
quential examples required in
this study. The address of the
school is 44 North Ninth Street,
adjacent to the gallery.
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DAYTON Father Juniper
B. Carol, O.F.M., founder and
first president of the Mariolog
ical Society of America, has been
named winner of the 1957 Li
brary medal for his book, Fun
damentals of Mariulogy.
The announcement was made
here today by Father Philip C.
Hoelle. S.M., director of the Mar
ian Library at the University of
Dayton, at the opening session
of the fifth Marian Institute on
the campus.
The Marian Library medal is
awarded each year for the book
written in English and published
in the United States which will
do most to promote knowledge,
and as a result, love and service
of the Blessed Virgin.
Previous winners were Bish
op Fulton J. Sheen (THE
WORLD'S FIRST LOVE) in
1953, Msgr. John S. Kennedy
(LIGHT ON THE MOUNTAIN)
in 1954, Rev. William G. Most
(MARY IN OUR LIFE)-in 1955,
and Mrs. Ruth Cranston (THE
MIRACLE OF LOURDES) in
1956.
Father Carol’s award-winning
book, published by Benziger, has
been praised by reviewers as the
best brief outline of doctrine ever
written by an American author.
The Marian Library was found
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versity of Dayton in 1943 as an
international center for research
on the Blessed Virgin Mary. It
has grown into one of the largest
Mariological centers in the world.
St. Ann’s Guilds Meet
Guild No. 18 will meet at 8 p.
m. Tuesday, June 18. at the home
of Mrs. Alfred F. French, 2106
Jermain Dr.
Guild No. 31 will meet at 8:00
p.m., Thursday, June 20, at the
home of Mrs. John J. Morgan,
905 W. Town St.
Guild No. 42 will meet at 8:00
p.m. Thursday, June 20, at the
home of Mrs. George A. Lieb,
2000 E. Livingston Ave.
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