Clipped From Wellsville Daily Reporter
Saturday, July 15, 1961 Rev. Arthur Riggs to Offer First Solemn Mass Sunday The Rev. Arthur Riggs, HSS, of the Congregation of,,the Mission- | arjcs c , f tnc Ho]y Family will of" his first Solemn Mass at Immaculate Conception Church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. The former'Wcllsville resident is thc son of Mrs. Mary Riggs, 65 S Broad St. He attended Wellsville Central School, served with the U.S. Navy and was a former draftsman for Air Prchcater Corporation. Father Riggs, 34, began his studies at thc House of Studies of the Missionaries of the Holy Family at St Louis, Mo., in 1951 and attended St. Louis University and Conception Abbey, receiving his 'bachelor of arts degree in 1958. 5:30 to 7:30 to which parishioners and friends arc invited: Thc newly ordained priest will return to thc Missionaries of the Holy Family's headquarters in St. Louis. REV. AND MRS. SKEIRIK VISITING NEW ENGLAND The Rev. and Mrs. A. John Skci- rik left yesterday for a two-week vacation in New England. The first week will be spent at the Star Island Religious Education Institute at Star Island, offshore from Portsmouth, N.H. The second week they will be in Hancock, Me. He will return to his pulpit Aug. 6. Tomorrow the Congregational- He continued his studies for the ! j s t s w ill hear thc Rev.. Herbert Holy Priesthood at thc Intcrna- Hoskins of Alfred University, and tional House of Studies of this order in Rome, Italy, and was or-' dained on July 2, at Vatican Cily. Father Riggs will be the Celebrant at Benediction of thc Most the following Sunday, Dr. James Cox, professor of religion at AU. DAR RESERVATION NOTICE Members of Catherine Sehuyler Blessed Sacrament at 5 p.m. Sun-' Chapter, DAR, who arc to parti- day. j cipaie in the July 20 visit to Con- A reception in his honor will be, terville are to make reservations hc]d in the school cafeteria from by Monday with Mrs. Elva Krai- ingcr, telephone 1406.