The News Journal from Wilmington, Delaware on November 24, 1952 · Page 6
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Six Journal. Every Evening, Wilmington, Delaware, Monday, November 24, 1952 Bishop Blesses New School in Elsmere U. S. Day of Prayer,- Humiliation Asked A resolution, calling on President-elect Dwlght D.' Eisenhower to- call a national day of humiliation and prayer as one of the first acta of his administration, was adopted by the congregation of Faith Bible Presbyterian Church, Fourteenth and DuPont Streets, yesterday. , " The resolution was adopted at the 11 ft- m. servfce, at which the Rev. Thomas O. Gross, general secretary of the National Missions Committee of the Bible Presbyterian Church, spoke. The. Revi Kenneth A. Horner, Jr.,f is minister of the church. During the national day of humili reads, "the people of America and their leaders will turn aside from ordinary occupations of life to humble themselves before God and to seek His mercy and His blessing upon our nation, trusting that He may- see fit to spare us the Judgments we so rightly deserve, grant us the wlftGom and help that we need to solve our many problems, and bless our land with a lengthy period of peace and prosperity." Warburtons Guests Herbert B. Warburton, Delaware's congressman -elect, .and Mrs. War-burton, will be guests of the University Club of Wilmington at a dinner-dance and cocktail party at the club, Ninth and Broom Strqets, at 5 p. m. Saturday. Reservations should be made at the club by - 7 p. m. Friday. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS ' rHmK YOUNG DCPj UP TO 20 POUNDS OPEN EVERY EVIvYf Vf; " JOIIUNY'S SUPER MARKET 1200 MARYLAND AVE J Doable Breasted U OLiLALi V J 30 iy. n. WOODWARD & SONS Pfiont Mendenhall 3966 "' ; , Orders delivered or yen may call at the farm. Our farm truck is en Farm Stand 723. me to serve cm fie installation cost of an automatic clothes dryer! act PROMPTLY! ation .and prayer, the resolution C3 - - i . . ... m f 1 J v.wmi nun i " nmm-.K-Mmmmm,-. 1 4 V vP""" x - f i si " - ' ' ' ' ' ' V . . . : . - r ' . , . . - y ' ' ',''-. ,f m WW m vi i sianaara installation ot an automatic clothe dryer costs you nothing. A standard installation covers necessary connections from the meter in your home to the dryer location in your basement or first floor. ' This offer is limited to installation of dryers using service supplied direct from Delaware Power & Light Company, and purchased from us or a participating dryer dealer. Get the facts now from us, or from your appliance dealer. DELAWARE hW & Light COMPANY The Most Rev. Edmond J. FitzMaurice. bishop of Catholic Diocese of Wilmington, blesses front of the new $235,000 Corpus Christi Parochial School at Elsmere. dedicated yesterday. .. . Attending Btsftop FitzMaurice. (left to right) are: The Rev. John J. Foley, pastor of St. Matthew's Church, Woodcrest; the Rev. Edward A. McAteer. pastor of St. Thomas' Church, and the Rev. John.H. Dew son, assistant pastor of St. Paul's Church, ; . . - A large group of monsignori, ctergyK and) latcy attended ceremonies. Corpus Christi School, Built By Parishioners, Dedicated S23o,000 Building . a 'Fortress : of Democracy,' Bishop E. J. FitzMaurice Says as Clergy T Laity of Diocese View Ceremony The new $235,000 Corpus Christi a rochial School building In Elsmere was dedicated yesterday, with the Most Rev. Edmond J. FitzMaurice. bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington, presiding. Addressing a large crowd of. clergy and laity of the diocese. Bishop FitzMaurice cited the "sacrifices and generosity" of the Corpus Christi parishioners In building the school, and praised the Rev. William J. Mc- Elwaine's work in the parish. Pointing out that the school "will always ;be dedicated to Christian education as it imparts to its pupils a knowledge of God," Bishop FitzMaurice added: 'May this school teach not alone the laws of God. but also obedience to constituted authority. May it al ways be a fortress and an arsenal choice of best dressed men... the orginal TUXEDO IMPORTED LIGHTWEIGHT WORSTED! SKINNER SILK'S AT IN LAPELS! t ORIGINAL TONY MARTIN STYLING! INFORMAL COMFORT TAILORING! It's America's most copied tuxedo! The slimming shawl collar and single low set button -accent your height and whittle your waistline. Never was a tuxedo so flattering, so comfortable, so "quality" tailored.. Ideal for wear the 'year round. ' 7(0. Dress Shirts Dress Ties Dress Oxfords 5.95 and 6.50 1.50 . 15.95 November Charges Payable in January of democracy a pillar of our republic and our' faith." Father McElwaine expressed his thanks to the clergy, and laymen who aided in the erection of the school. At 3 p. m. procession from the church was led by acolytes; diocese priests: Norbetine Fathers from Archmere Academy; priests of the Order of St. Benedict: Oblates of St. Francis de Sales; the Capuchin Franciscan Fathers from the Silver- side Road monastery; monsignorii, and the bishop and his attendants. Bishop FitzMaurice. carrying a gold crazier, symbol of a shepherd, recited prayers of dedication at the cornerstone, and blesseU the inside and outside of the school. Following the dedication Bishop FitzMaurice celebrated benediction at an altar erected beside the school. An American flag, covering one-fourth of the building, hung behind the altar.' Ex-Area Woman's Flier Mate Lost L.t. Eugene H. Spangler, USN, husband of Mrs. Audrey Byerly Spangler,' formerly of Woodcrest, has been missing since - his plane went down in the Mediterranean Sea last Wednesday. 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