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Shenandoah and 25 Earl May Stores throughout Iowa 5“ Officers Elected By Altar Society In Corning Parish Corning—Mrs. Mary Kettle- borrough was elected president of the St. Patrick’s Altar Society at the meeting Nov. 20. Other officers are Mrs. Marshall Heck, vice president; Mrs. B. P. Fick- ley, treasurer; and Mrs. DeWitt Miller, secretary. Mrs. Miller gave a financial report on the harvest dinner held last month, and progress was noted on the sewing of new altar linens. Mrs. Grover Smith was chair- man for the November group, which assisted in serving the potluck dinner before the busi- ness meeting. A reception for new members into the Catholic Daughters of America was held at the K. of C. Hall Nov. 23. Father Bonaven- ture, chaplain, was present for the event. The six candidates were Mrs. Orlo Olive, Mrs. ' Dick Miller, Mrs. Wanda Kauzlarich, Mrs. John Bridgeman, Miss Mary Lu Larson, and Mrs. Richard Hunts- man. C. D. of A. in Dunlap Hold Dinner for 40 Dunlap—Forty members of the Dunlap Court of Catholic Daughters of America held a Christmas potluck dinner Mon- day evening. The committee in- cluded chairmen Mrs. Gerald Houston, Mrs. John Pat Loy, Mrs. Richard Grote, and Mrs. Kenneth Sullivan. Each member brought a gift which was pre- sented to the nuns. (8122' MA. and. 64pm ma. MILO.-—Eric Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ohnemus, born Nov. 15, was baptized Nov. 23 in St. Augus- tine’s Church by Father Jacob Weiss. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. La Verne Ohnemus. CHARITQN.-—-Anthony Dee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Boylan, born Nev. 8, was baptized Nov. 16 in Sacred Heart Church by Father C. J. Gaul. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. John Sisson. COUNCIL BLUFFS. - A n n e t t e Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dar- rell Herweg, was baptized Nov. in St. Francis’ Church by Father Ber- nard Heese. Sponsors were William and May Cody. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Bauer of La- cona, born Nov. 5, was baptized Nov. 16 in St. Mary’s Church by Father John Kovacs. Sponsors were Phyiis and Clarence Miller. EARLING.-Geralyne Marie, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bissen, born Nov. 12, was baptized Nov. 23 a. in St. Joseph’s Church. Sponsors were Joseph Brandt and Hilda Kat- zer. EARLING.-Scott Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Coenen, born Nov. 15, was baptized Nov. 23 in St. Joseph’s Church. Sponsors were Gail Langenfeld and Erma Muen- chrath. EARLING.—Kevin Raymond, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kenkel, born Nov. 19, was baptized Nov. 23 in St. Joseph’s Church. Sponsors were Hu- bert and Emma Kenkel. MISSOURI VALLEY—Jeffery Lynn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Peterson, 815 E. Lynn, born Nov. 4, was bap- tized Nov. 11 in St. Patrick’s Church by Father Cyril Peterson. Sponsors were John Peterson and Mrs. Han- nah Peterson. AVOCA.—Thomas Wayne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. Kroll of Avoca, born Oct. 21, was baptized Nov. 26 in St. Mary’s Church by Father J. M. Schulte. Sponsors were Glen F. Higgins and Mrs. Ber- nard O’Neill, proxy for Mrs. Eva Black. MISSOURI VALLEY.—David Eu- gene, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Mefford, 207 W. Erie, born Sept. 30, was baptized Oct. 26 in St. Patrick’s Church by Father A. J. Palmer. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Phil Herkenrath. MISSOURI VALLEY. -—- Rosemary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fagan, 603 E. Michigan, born Oct. ' 20, was baptized Nov. 2, in St. Patrick’s Church by Father A. J. Palmer. Sponsors were Judith and Dennis Fagan. MISSOURI VALLEY.—Jean Ma- rie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Withem, 818 E. Michigan, born Nov. 2, was baptized Nov. 11 in St. Patrick’s Church by Father A. J. Palmer. Sponsors were Barbara Erixon and Dennis Withem. COUNCIL BLUFFS.——Mary Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mehsling, was baptized Nov. 30 in St. Francis Xavier’s Church by Fa- ther Bernard Heese. Sponsors were Ronald and Cheryl Mehsling. PANAMA.~Lou Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fuhs, born Nov. 27, was baptized Nov. 30 in St. Mary’s Church. Sponsors were Jov seph Fuhs of Portsmouth and Mrs. Dale Peerman. Make Our Phone Line Your Clothe. Line Sno-White Laundry 8: Ace Cleaners Phone 549 Phano I36 in No. Sycamore SHENANDOAH, IOWA s ~£=W¥4€Wl€0§¥=i ? HAPPY NEW YEAR :REDFIELD-SULLIVAN FURNITURE STORE Refinmerefissssmmaweewm Complete Home Furnishers 5! Phone 97 Shenandoah, Iowa LACONA.—Phillip Allen, son of' nawamasmaaaaasmmsmwmwg ‘ Mgfifii I THE MESSENGER Honor Chiefs of Chaplains Xavier University, Cincin- nati, presented its annual St. Francis Xavier Medal award to three Catholic priests who have served or are serving as Chiefs of Chaplains of the Armed Forces and cited “the remarkable parallels of the lives of each of the chaplains with the life of St. Francis Xavier.” They are, left to right, Chaplain (Maj. Gen.) Patrick J. Ryan, US. Army, Ret.; Chaplain (R. Adm.) George A. Russel, US. Navy; and Chaplain (Maj. Gen.) Terence P. Finnegan, US. Air Force. More Priests Needed In Philippine Islands Davao, P. I.—Citing a total of 330 Baptisms in the first month of mission work in Ma- gugpo, Father Joseph W. Regan, Are Confirmed In Maloy Service Maloy.—On Nov. 23 at Im- maculate Conception Church Bishop Paul Hagarty, 0.S.B., ad- ministered the sacrament of Confirmation to 21 children and six adults from St. John’s, Diag- onal, and St. Joseph’s, Mt. Ayr, and the Immaculate Conception Parish. At the Altar Society study group meeting'Mrs. Cleo Lynch, president, and Mrs. Frank Carr explained and led a discussion on the Mass vestments. The meeting Dec. 11 will be in the charge of Anna Warin and Mrs. Paul Rice. Can State University Be Conversion Agent? Ann Arbor, Mich—The state university cannot be an agent for conversion as such, but it may “raise in the mind of man the issue of ‘salvation’,” Father John Courtney Murray, S.J., says in a new book of speeches published here. “Perhaps the highest grati. tude that a university can merit a man in search of salvation is the realization that it did not get in his way,” he said. Other Catholic speakers were Dr. George N. Shuster, presi- dent, Hunter College, New York, and Dr. HeleI. C. White, English professor at the Univer- sity of Wisconsin. Religion and the State University is published by the University of Michigan Press. Signs to Tell Time 0! Cities' Masses Portland, Ore—Eldon Cur- tiss, Knights of Columbus state chairman for Catholic activity. is promoting a campaign to have signs‘erected at the en- trances to cities and towns giv» ing the schedule of Masses in the community. 3% 0 fr. 0 I WINTERSET sameness Holiday Greetings FARMERS & MERCHANTS M.M., said: “This is an indica- tion of the great need for more priests in an area too long with- out them.” A veteran of 20 years in the missions of South China, Father Regan, a native of Fairhaven, Mass., is serving as regional su- pervisor of all Maryknollers in the Philippine Islands. The primary task for the Maryknollers in this area will be restoring a lost faith. The majority of the people are not well instructed, because of a shortage of priests. Missioner’s Reaction To Sputnik Described Brookline, Mass.——-Father Jo- seph M. Reardon, a veteran Maryknoll missioner from Dor- chester, Mass., has not been alarmed about a Russian sput- nik. “Do you know what I did when it came into view?” asked Father Reardon. “I blessed it. I said to myself, ‘There is that thing rushing up there among the stars that God created. I am a priest of God and have the power to bless things.’ So I blessed it, praying it would go around the world giving glory to God.” Mianii Diocese Placed Under Care of Virgin Miami, Fla—Bishop Coleman F. Carroll has announced that the diocese has been placed un- der the protection of Our Lady’s Immaculate Conception. He pointed out that the late Pius XII authorized the erection of the Miami Diocese in August. in the centenary year of Our Lady of Lourdes; that the Church which was to serve as the Cathedral of the diocese al- ready bore the name of St. Mary; and that the day of his installation was the Feast of the Most Holy Rosary, Oct. 7. 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Thompson, 2650 Lin- coln Avenue, Des Moines, pro— Sister Mary of St. Helen nounced her perpetual vows in the Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shep- herds of Angers following a High Mass in the chapel of the provincial convent in Cincinnati, 0., Nov. 24. The former Mary C. Thomp- son, she was a member of St. John’s Parish and a graduate of St. Joseph’s Academy. Sister entered the novitiate in February, 1953, and has had assignments at Our Lady of the Highlands, Ft. Thomas, Ky., and Marycrest School, Cleveland, 0., before completing her juniorate * training at the mother-house prior to final profession. Merry Christmas! "A. was» : o-o 0. $5929. crook/5' CLOTHING sron Quality Clothiers Greenfield, Iowa In Cincinnati by l Friday, December 12, 1958:.Fridgy' De, I‘m The firms listed here deserve to be remembered when you are distributing your patronage in the (lif- ferent lines of business. xi FINKEN Hatchery Ames ln-Cross Chicks I. 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