Mattie Keller attends deanery meeting of National Council of Catholic Women
Attend Deanery Meet Of N. C. C. Sunday Rev. Theodore Hammes, Mrs Ray Mallen, Mrs. Leo Hefleng Mrs. George Woellwerts, Mrs Harold D. Brady, Mrs. R. M. Pil-kington, Pil-kington, Pil-kington, Mrs. G. V. Newcomer, Mrs. J. D. Kiefer, Mrs. Edwir. Fettig, Mrs. Paul Stafford, Mrs Frank C. Keller, Miss Agnes Williams, Williams, and Miss Dorothy Durham attended a Decnery meeting o: the Muncie District of the Nat ional Council of Catholic Women held Sunday afternoon in St John's hall in Tipton. The next deanery meeting will the Deanery president, Mrs Catherine Roeiler. rnd prayer was offered by Rev. Theodore Hammes, who is spiritual direct or of the deanery. Mrs. William Rollings of Tiplon gave the welcome welcome address and introduced the officers of the Tipton unit. The Choral Speech Chorus of St. John's school presented two numbers, a prayer, "Soldiers ir France", by Joyce Kilmer, and 'Flanders Field" by Lieut. John D. McCray, accompanied by Sr. Paul. Reports from the various parishes parishes were given and the mtnute of the previous meeting rea and approved. Election of officers was held and Mrs. Thom:s Tobln, was elected elected as the new deanery president, president, and Mrs. J. Binkley as secretary. secretary. 'Short talks were given by Rev. Joseph Bilstein, pastor of St. John's Catholic church, Tipton, Rev. Robert Kosselman, assistant pastor of St. Mary's parish,' of Muncie, and the main address was given by Rev. Hammes, of Elwood. The mcel i-ng i-ng i-ng closed with prayer voiced by Rev. Fosselman. Members were in attendance from Union City, Muncie, Anderson, Anderson, Elwood and Tipton. Mrs. Roesler announced the State Assembly which will be conducted for parish chairman on May 15 at Logansport. The next deanery meeting wll be in June and well be held in Elwood.