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.'r 12, Fr|day, December !2, 1958,THE MESSENGER,PAGE THREE i est . + . PARISH PORTRAIT NO. 20 . + . l .g . ann. rrolet Finest st AT 81 v ~ineering Jal StatioJ 'urniture i |0Unto This Harrison County" seat, located on the Lincoln and attended Mass the private homes, most fre- vised the construction of the hall, and Father Reynolds with the Barardi, in that work. Mrs. Booker is shown in the choir loft S~ationerJ1' ~M,! Highway, is on one of the highest hills on Iowa s queerly those of Tim Shields and E. J. Woods Those five to 10 men of the parish did most of the work. The pride of the parish in the third picture. ~Stern slooe . The huge W. A. Schemmer rock quarries are families have increased to more than 60, and the mission shows and special province of the women .is the spacious kitchen . Mrs P.J. Morrowcares for the altar hnens m this closely ~ ll-known "landmarks as one approaches the community from every possibility of a steady if not spectacular growth, equipped by the Altar Society. Shown in the second p~cture are kmt parish which nnos almost every memoer asslgnea some 4oines [e east, Back on the northwest corner of the town's hill stands Walter J. Wolfe, who has served as trustee with P. J. MoT- Mrs. William P. Welch, pioneer parishioner; her daughter-in-law, special work ~Anne's Church, behind the school grounds, row since the church was organized, is shown in front of the Mrs. William H. Welch, whose son is an altar boy and the,Father John Clarke, the present pastor, cam. be assured of ,~ompaSL This mission of Sacred Heart, Woodbine, was organized in brown stucco structure in the first picture, caretaker, and Mrs. Betty Wessar, catechist and president of plenty of tne very oest legal aavme irom ms mission, r~ure~ ,~ s.4[20- Until the church was built Mass was offered in the old To meet an urgent need for a meeting place for the 250 the Altar Society. [m front of the courmouse are tee attorney Dromers were , s~. ~ rt Col,~c~ l~,l;]~;rlo" ~--~;--or P N McDermott now of narishioners and their various groups and committees a base- When Mrs. R P. Booker began as parish organist in 1920/William H. and Edward J whose father William P. Wemn, anct s, ~ ,~lalEic, ~)u~lt t~he"c~taurch~'~w~h~cSh'was completed in 192'1. Before ment church hall was excavated, built, and furnished under the she thought that it might turn out to be a steady assignment but/his sister, Catherine Armstrong, were engaged in the practice [ ~ganization of the mission Catholic families received the direction of Father John Reynolds in 1955. The Schemmer Con- she has recently alternated with her 13-year-old protege, Rita/of law. With them is attorney Walter Wolfe ~.L' ~'.~raraents from priests passing through this part of the county struction Company donated the excavating, Jack McKain super- / t,! ' CCD 2 AcademyGrads ! NEW LOCATION G 0 r} Do F} sots . . . . ,^ . ,A.o " '- "-m red in Fmre une whom FoE uo HoT .now i et~Veen Grand &: Locust ~ {J|| |U . . . , ~,t. $ I1,;,^~, me. ~. s (ContinuedFromPageOne) born of the V~rgm Mary suf- ,;'- ,gtut.J ttta mt t.ttutt At Chmcaao hchool of you One whom you do not fered and died and arose---and/ ,~r&~ - ~ know" A sentence of mystery ye~, wno is sfih unoorn, since/ ~. ~ v T o ~,;.~o and grandeur, a sentence with the taskof Redemption re- Des iVlolnes.--lne ~ontrater- x,~ ~, ~,~,~, ~,~o ~,~ ~o the nity of Christian Doctrine of St. residents who teach in Our Lady of the Angels School in Chicago ,] John's Parish sponsored a day were not injured in the tragi( of recollectmn Sunday for 74 r~/J/)~/[ I~ i s [] n ~ [ " conferences and a question box. Each cardlocated the churches fire there Dec. 1. "U/IbOr [ ~l,|,~,high school and junior high period were held in the parishlaccording to section of the city The two are: [,~ I ~,school students of the parish auditorium. All took an active east, north, south, and west. The Sister Mary Edgar, the daugh ,|,who attend both Catholic and part in the closing Benediction. cards were then distributed to ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Emmit l/q* -- I public schools. / The breakfast and lunchen the hotels, motels, bus depots, Fines, 3428 Wakonda Court. A cry A rnra l e ~lrll~ |~~Jwere nrenared and served bv train terminals, and airport in 1941 graduate of St. Joseph's AT 8 668 W~ll~,/~ IIAIIl~AI I ~" ~" - T 8-66~ I I l ,lthe Confraternity helpers, John Des Moines. The churches near- Academy here, she has been in M,~o Ill nllDItl: Easy |lMurphy, chairman; Myles Cro- est to the particular place are Chicago two years, teaching ~/ ~ I|l~UIg) I[I I~Ullll[~l- Terms |lain, president of CCD; Mrs. check marked on the card left the third grade. Ill l/Murphy, Mrs. Cronin, Mrs. Joe there. She previously taught in Phoe- "-"-'l~. Ill llIMll'rllDl~' I/stangl, Mercedes Fitzgerald, Active in this program were nix, Ariz North Hollywood and rhe I est mver ,thln,ru[tllllunr- I[Margaret Durbala, :Mrs. Harold Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pierce, Mr. Pasadena, Calif and Kansas - ; " l[I auv PRACTICAL |~Casady, and Mrs. Ronald Glenn and Mrs. Harold Casady, Mr. City, Mo. [ I,and Mrs Ed Hawks, Mr and or Your Table lil GIFTS I/ The Confratermty catechism . ~ :. Sister Mary Ann Laurene, It1 . .Vs - Mirr or.s - Lamps -|I classes every Wednesday night [~rs ~.arry ~oyie, zvir. ann. ivtrs, a 1947 graduate of St. Joseph's Mar resses ~ames sates, n m r n [ 820 35th St lil " ere " I[throughout the school term have Do~. ere, Mr. ann virs.)guane Academy, teaches first grade. r," ""~ " "*'^ u-"c 'unior high and hi-h ratterson ann ~vir. ann ~virs. She has two brothers here-- ~- . ~ ~ p o~ j g g Pho 4041 Urbandale Ave. Myles Cronm [ ne BL 5-3183 J[sehool students enrolled. The John Durnavich, 2934 Maple " |ll -- BEAVERDALE -- I/to.ohov~ ~nr rad~u 11 and 12 Another project was the mak- Street, and Lawrence Durna- Hi I I II Open Ev~n,ng~i:~l ~ih.r,stma$ It are Mrs. Twila i~i'tc]~in and ~Vliss mg of Advent W~aths. vieh, 618 Clinton Street; and ~ ====J=--~l [Patricia Conway; grade 10, .~amers Lloya uon.nouy ano two sisters, Mrs. J. J. Edwards =--~.-=---~ ----=~--.-=-.--~-----~--::--------~- "~r~, ~o~,~ and Ed Hawks" ~elo ~e~o are chaplains to me of 1603 41st Street, and Mrs. ~J~.~ ~U~UIU~ U~ UU||A~ ~%~i*n~ h'~,*divi~inn Mi~ ~ar~ four CFM groups of the parish iJ. F. Jackson of Waukee. . PAYS FOR A P~IVATE ~ ~ ' ~ ~.~=~ ~.~*~.vw.a~n Ruby and Everett Beeson. Alter-,C D of A ~".~ nate teachers are Mrs. Francis E TI~AINI~G Finn, Mrs. H. J. HalamKa, anu J INSTRUMENI LOANED FeEl~ I James Cunningham. ,re. The catechism school chair- In nc :man is Harold Casady. The rover library staff supporting the flashes~ like lightning across the mares unfinished until human landscape, from the east i Savior shall be all in all. of the Jordan to the Western The One whom you do not World;, probing, accusing, heal- know. Let us speak a riddle for ing. There has stood in the Advent. Let us call Him occa- midst of you One whom you do sion of grace, Grace itself. Let not know." Therefore you are in us call Him the neighbor. Let Advent. Therefore you delay His us call Him the persecuted, the birth; therefore the grace of the segregated, the poor. Let us call Savior struggles in vain to Him that Christian life that o, burst into your lives, into your stands without, still unwelcomed Interest on avmgs marriages, into your social in- and unrecognized for What he ~ ~. . stitutions, into your work. is: Work, worship, the Will of ann 3av,ngs .erun(ates the Father John is like the protagonist in" a Greek tragedy; his knowledge ~ VW~l~t ~1~/L U~III~ of the identity of truth is lucid; " [ ~-- -- he can face the consequences of C D. of A. Court, |AST 7th & LOCUST At De Foot ot The Capad truth; he is already captive of . -- " -- / ~ ,~o~ o~, ,~,u ~. co,o~ ,o. its demands. But he must face ~ At~t|~ Sets [ ;men, and remind them: You are I~ I. still in darkness. And until the lJ . IPk ell [[~] Dgv AT divine will has written for youi /vleetlna uec 1 3 " - a recognition scene, a true ~t TkQ ;n. (If change of heart can never occur. Atlantic--(Mrs Mary Herch- s~.~, ~.~ v- In the meantime, to aid you to enbach, Correspondent)- The that knowledge which is life, I next meeting of the Atlantic1 can only tell you who I am not. Court of Catholic Daughters of ~ C" I am not the Christ I am not America will be held Dec. 15, Elias. I am not a prophet. I am a week earlier than usual be- a voice crying in the desert. A cause of Christmas. voice, and not a man, for as man A large group attended the 1 am of no importance: I am Knights of Columbus benefit the merest shadow prostrate card party Nov. 30. upon the ground touched by The a n n u al Thanksgiving "1~" -,work includes Gayla Glenn and Council Bluffs.--(St. Francis Fehr, Mary Flaherty, Rosemar those, sacred .feet And my Clothing Collection for overseas Mrs. Harold Ruby. Xavier s Parish, Marguemte Franks, Clara Gheson, and Kath- vmce sounds m a desert; for un- relief was conducted by the At- 4 Active CFM Units Lane, Correspondent)--The erine Gibbons til recognition flowers in your lantic parish during Thanksgiv- [ I] ~ Catholic Daughters of America The Daughters made $12840 hearts, you make of all about ing week [ PRESCRIPTI'()N SPFCIAIJSTS ]]act e ~CFnMs-rloaZ~nT~aS-r~ouur held their annual Christmas on the fall food sale. Half 'of you a desert, and of yourself no- St. Ann's Study Club met in 1107 E University ~) ~ 1-" ~ 1~ " " . 10 party following a brmf business r s 1 b o roads tgs till ~ [Locust SI. Phone CIt, 4-5251 Des Moines Iowa [lunder the leadership of William the ecelpt .w 11 e sent t the the home of Mrs. Kate Johnson, . :.:.::~ . ' [lPierce, assumed the task of col- mee~mg~ec'^zlnvS~fanels~ Bishop's Rehef Fund But who then are you, John? Dec. 3, m)d that eyening the ~|~ I dlA/IT l) ,~gency ?or |[leering the hours of Masses and ~ ev ,;, : ~"~ Children's clothing waslListen, you men of wisdom, I t=oupies uluo mec with Mr. ann nlnvii ,CVr~lsi ~i :~"merie Sportsman DuBarry m%~it eLoSrWt~rep~e~e~hool sin brought by members to be sent willspeakariddle that will turn Mrs Ed Prescott . :,#'~|A| r~'~l/'F' ~L'UeieU I,~1 --,-. Se~f rol~ Mar.~on. |~ ],~ " . . g g: to the Popes Storehouse as a/you to stone Take this for, ivtlss ~wary ~reneny ]s recu- LUV~ ~|~.1"~ ~, ,~ ~l .rd i//11 fill ,nnn i- Jr;~ ers presentea a program ot Christmas charity project. J answer back to your unbornlperatmg m her home after re- " [ UJ~ll ,**ey ~lo mpwe ~oty I|/'tUI~II~IIJVI IF li.AI/U unrzstmas carols " [children T'-er [lease from~he Atlantic Hospital ~" I l| Th~ "ift ~xohana,~ was hiah- 1here lS SHI! [lnle to eg[I e na~ ~muu in tEe . ~. ",',~,n ~,~n,~ -~r,~,~,~ Cnmnl~t~ I)iahet|t, lrlen~rtm~nt 1| I[~ s I I['l " ~:.** ~.~. "~[~ .~.~ ~' ;tiekets for the Holy Name So-/midst of your one whom youl ~vtr: ann twrs ~ooert ~rayson ~u.u ~.~ u ~va ~t~ ~u---r r .s,~eu ,~ ~ ~ppv~,~ ~ do notknow H *i " are tne parents of a daughter r ~ ] Yarls~es 3~[p Santa Cla s wh dstrl ted t el u o i "bu h cmtys father-son breakfast on . e t is Who, bur gifts ' i Sunday, Dec. 14. The Rev. Wil- though He comes after me n Thanksgiving Day. We never close. ] u 11 I / /~1 *! ' ~,~; ,o~ m~mbors r~[liam F Kelley, S J of Creigh-ttakes rank before me Who isI H hi "~ ~~.~2~- Ill ICt~rl/It~thlnfl Mines Bruce Evans Leo Fl,nn Iron Umverslty will be thet e, t s Other. It would be use-I ' ~ ' s eaker less to tell you; for on the day [ I[ I JIIIIIIM Martin ~lvnn T~ita Friedrickson P " ~ ./ I~ I !" ll Audubon.--(Mrs. Joe Ma=en, J e:F~,an~SrbRe"riOFF[ st~wEl~ima .as I . .|. /Hemk:l sWSaY Ube rUe k rW,] ~oum ue ; Mo,nes / or o bo Stranger ~ C resp ndent)~The Audu n . . |~ ~, He remains 'r Fell, High Fmnerty, Sam Gara-t WOOdbine. A arl I rand I AT 161 anu ~xlra 1"arlsnes smppefl - -~ Dia a-a -, falo, Arthur Gflhland, Vincent] 1 Such]s the central scene ofl . -" . ,~ I~ t,o~ pounus ot useu clotnlng th li -- and b d-'n to oli Goeser, Lloyd gregorson, Paul[~.~,mtssmll~llff~e~l/t/ e turgy of Rose Sunday./ I H Headquarters /or: ] e al g ~ne warn c p 4- 1 DI.;I];*~ ~ .1 D A / q~t'i/~g/~U/l~ |l~|||l~g Jllll~l[l[/Fier, discinlined m o~; ~ ! I u u. I I[I I ~ vw~o vao~ Gronstal, and Dr. Louise Camel ~IF'IPe . ii .las the first scene of a Greek[ I ULbl I 14 Ko.v W rk CIMh I week r a and Misses Mar aret ~ee~ drama, the Gospel unveils the,| I Ii " Fa r ge; " g ulrTlcer$ 01' /,---- , I s When 35 women of the Altar -- /dial0gue A drama in mod~r- " " JF] ~.d I and Rosary Society convened for - " dress; we come in uirin of ~ " . ~[~ D~ T~.a - ][~ ~& Woodbme.--(Mrs. John Trier-/ q g the/ Paints-Varnishes Ill ]. Leaffues ] 1 the uecemoer meeung the zm- PUV~) /UINII rllU:)l w-iler Corresnondent~ Mrs ishadowy, austere figure by the[ - --;.-.5,]- --S---? -- I]1 " I 1 lowing officers zor 1959 weree ~ ' ~" "- '/river" he sneaks b-t ]ibo ~/ "lVhere to Buy It" I/I ~ ~ I 1 appointed" I--g~t .-. ~. L I~ J ~. ~-- Shirley Schultz is the new presi-| human s-hinx "' -~ "*~ *~" ' - " I I P~.I. A gk^A I ~ EU Ill r p ~eaus us ueepert 1 Mrs. LaVerdas Reis, presS- |~ vm, u dent of the Sacred Heart Altar]into mystery; and we turn away,[ 0'DONNELL S & Q Ill ~'~ [ ~, dent; Mrs. Willie Madsen, vice " . .~ Society. Other officers elected[and the face next to ours is[ U--J J/J ~ .~ o. J president; Mrs. Joe Madsen ,~lsmha.naa~sis~ta~ter d~emtnu ~ at the meeting in November are~stained with our own tears. The+ nmuwm I/I t, lomlng tore I ,l'J, kept the secretarys job; and .V.vv := Mrs Ray Houston, vice presi-/scene is finished; its import is/ 1201 Army Post RoadILl I Boys Town, has been appom~eu I Mrs. Bernard Mackey, treasurer 0 io dent" Mrs Frank Heft, secre-|vefled. Tradegy? Outcome of[ Des Moi Iowa I[I " " I The annual children's Christ- e~s~r~ w~s:::er~hhan~,r2r~no~e" tary-treasurer; and Mrs. Howardldeath or birth? We do not/ ~l/l~mmmms~sss~q~ I ~SrP~rt~al]Vitslub~aheld:n ?: ~He"succe~s 'the late Father S:ephany and Mrs. Zell Mlllard,[kn:ws GenctluYrtnOw,?l~ th~[r~tpr/ Y' " Robert H Duffy, who was killed . " . ", Entertainment and treats for ;,~o ~g~,l|~ T~,~12-:~ ~- ;a~.t A otluck luncheon was/Pened zn Bathany that zs be-, I~'l~l/I 2/1"111~01~.~ y nd Jordan, where John was ~J" the child.ten will be prowded. A Sept. 4. The appointment wasPlanned for the Christmas meet-| . ~Jlll~ ~. co-operaUve lunch will be held made by Archbishop Gerald T. ,ing. Hostesses were Mines. Ken-|bapUsed. ~ I with coffee furnished by the Bergan i neth Coenen, Paul Churchill Fear Not Fashion House .U.b Altar and Rosary Society. Father Walsh's assignments Gerald Kenkel, and Paul Fister. But the chorus will help: To Moderately Priced The Whole F ily Can Enjoy, rely plants and cut the ~ are perfeet gifts for "ha;"~Y (or her family) who " eve , ~e ~ rythin~ --- and they ~le 1)~iee th ONE ~ft of moderate a ~; at no one associates with ~'~ee tag, Also, for your Church and ~ehool t~ Decorations and anquet Decorations African Violets, Roses "lI and All Other Flowers Ave. Gorgeous POINSETTIAS Des Moines, Ia. A bake sale is planned for Saturday, ~Dec. 13, beginning at 9 o'clock, in McCorts Coffee Shop. Each one is urged to donate. Mrs. Irvin Heires and her group served refreshments. Missouri Valley, Pastor Back Home 0perution Missouri Valley.~(Mrs. Mi- chael Powell, Correspondent)- The Rev. P. R. O'DonneU, pas- tor, has returned to his home in Missouri Valley after undergo- ing major surgery in a Boston, Mass hospital. Forty Knights of Columbus attended a Communion break- fast in St. Patrick's Hall Sun- day, Nov. 30. Altar Society members will have their Christmas luncheon Thursday, Dec. 11, at 1 o'clock. St. Patrick's Sehool pupils presented their Christmas pro- gram Dec. 7. prior to going to Boys Town in- cluded that of assistant pastor of Sacred Heart Parish, Nor- folk, chaplain in the Navy, and postgraduate studies at the Cath- olic University of America. An evening social for the par-i ish was held Nov. 30 in the Sacred Heart Hall. Cards were played and two groups of Altar i Society members served the i lunch. Success Anticipation is not greater than realization whet it comes to staging a successful parish event these women will testify. That pleased expression came as Mrs. Mary Wickham, Mrs. Frances Weaver, and Mrs. Dorothy O'Daniels of the Holy Family Altar Society in Council Bluffs saw how much they made from the parish's recent turkey dinner. comment upon the enforced waiting of men, to give waiting a tonality and depth, to relieize it of ennui and sterility; to make it Christian; active, un- wearied, charged with hope. "Thou, O Lord, Who sits above the cherubim, stir up thy might, and come Say to the faint- hearted, take courage and fear not; behold our God will come and will save us." And again, in a strange co- mingling of past and future, hope takes such heart as to STORES AT: 3306 S.W. 9th Roosevelt Shopping Centvr Open Fri. Nite 'Til 9:00 PROCTOR DRU6 CO. twist the times to its own uses it breathes such vitality into the Your future as to command it into existence: "Lord, thou hast Prescription blessed thy land, thou hast Store turned to good the lot of Jacob; thou hast forgiven the iniquity of thy people ". 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