The Cincinnati Enquirer 10 JUN 1878
S. Fraaiels of faaJaa Cfawreh. " Fa ran ant to invitations signed by Bev. A. 3. FlscbeT, pastor, and Messrs. Clemens Hellebusch, Anrust Klausmeyer, Felix Hengehold, Bernard Yerkamp and John B. Enneking, Commutes, large number of Delegates from the various Ger aaan and English-speaking English-speaking English-speaking Catholic Churches and fedeties met at Mozart Hall yesterday afternoon. Mr. Hellebuscb was sleeted President, and Har- Har- saan Evers, Secretary. ' The President stated In Sngllab and German the abject of tha meeting to ba for tba purpose of snaking sal table arrangements for laying the cor ner-stone ner-stone ner-stone of the new 8t Francis of Sales Church, corner Madison pike and Woodbura avenue. W si- si- j aut Hills, on Sunday, June SOth, by tha Most Bev. Archbishop Puicen. - la order to add to the grandeur of the ceremony. and make it as Imposing as possible, all the Cstho- Cstho- He Societies of this dty are Invited, and win probe- probe- J bly participate in tha ceremony. Appropriate remarks were made by Hon. J.W. Fitsgstald and Mr. Frank Greyer, and also by Mr. Dickinson, who represented St Ann Colored Cbareb. A resolution waa passed requesting the Societies who have not yet held meelina on the subject Jo meet next Sunday, elect their Marshal and aendTa Detegale to the adjourned meeting at Mosart Hall extSundsy st five o'clock p. jn. From the interest taken by the Delegates and the arxBost harmonv manifested between the different nationalities represented at the meeting, it is ex pected the procession will be the largest and mo; impoaiiig ever witnessed on such an occasion i this dty. Final arrangements will be made at the meeting next 8noday indoding the election of Grand and Division Marshals.