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;ONAL and SOCIALI *LLANDITEMS STORIES SUBMITTED or Send Social Items to The Guardian]" 309 West Second St., Phone 5486, by[ MUST BE Tuesday. | SIGNED Cathedral Aid Society, Mrs. Bryson president, will meet afternoon, January 5, at p. m. at the school parlors, East Sixtl. activity for the January cir- The bride's mother was in a choco- St. Andrew's Cathedral, Mr. late brown suit of crepe with aqua Kenney, chairman, is to be trim,'and wore a shoulder cox'- bingo party to be given in ,inson Memorial Auditor- on Monday, January 19, at 8 in the evening. Conrad Elsken of Subiaco the holidays with Mrs. Joe Beck and Catholic Hi P. T. A., Mrs. Beck, president, will sponsor party on Thursday, Janu- 5, to which the public is in- and Mrs. R. M. Udouj, 119 16th, Fort Smith, have an- arrival of a daughter, 21, who has been given name of Carols Ann. Mrs. will be remembered as the Hermina Elsken. THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 2, 1942 are cousins of the bride. Marshall Sharp served his brother as best Imam Groomsmen were Richard dt, ..-- ] Hudgens, Frank Anthamatten, [George B. Umsted, Jr., Harrigan I Wortsmith and George Porbeck. @ NINEBROTHERS FORM Let The Guardian list your business. Do you want to buy or sell a farm? Do you want to rent a house or a room to a Catholic? These aud many other items can be listed at a very small cost in this classified section. The Guardian can handle your advertising con- fidentially without publishing your address or identity by using a "blind box number" in care of our office. All responses will he forwarded to advertisers. Builders Night Good Counsel Parish welcomes you and your friends to Builders Night every Friday night from 8:80 to 10 pm., West 9th and Bishops Streets. THE GUARDIAN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING will get RESULTS BUSINESS EQUIPMENT L. C. SMITHS and Coronas; new, used and rebuilt; also adding machines. Mahcney-Sharp church ceremony of the season was the wedding Andrew's Cathedral on Fri- December 26, of Miss Billye daughter of Mr. and s. W. H. Mahoney, and James Sharp of Fort Benning, son of Mrs. Robert L. Sharp city. His Excellency, the Reverend Albert L. Fletcher, Auxiliary Bishop of Little performed the ceremony celebrated the Nuptial Mass. was assisted by the Very Rev. F. A. Allen, Rector of St. Cathedral, and the Very Msgr. John J. Healy, as of Ceremonies. The altar banked with red poinsettas tall lighted candles. Acolytes Jerry Brizzolara and Hickey Jr., both cousins of the and J. J. Keller. The nup- music included "Panis Ange- "Oh Lord I am Not Wor- "O What Could My Jesus More," by Mr. Paul Bujarski, solos by Howard Taylor. Miss Cassinelli was at the or- Seated in the sanctuary were Rev. Msgr. Jan. P. Gaff- the Very Rev. Msgr. Jos. A. the Rev. Paul M. Me- the Rev. S. F. Jacklin, Amos H. Enderlin and Rev. John E. Murphy. The who was given in marriage father, W. H. Mahoney, was in white, slipper satin lines, with a and leg-o- sleeves ending in a calla point over the wrist. Her full veil of illusion was held with a halo of orange The bride's only orna- was a cameo pendant, a faro- heirloom given the bride by grandmother, Mrs. William She carried bride's roses with white satin streamers, a white prayer book, also a heirloom. Mrs. Richard ens, matron of honor, who all-white, wore a torso of brocaded taffeta and net, a red velvet bow at the skirt. carried a crescent bouquet of carnations. The bridesmaids, Cathernie Sharp and Miss Jane Sharp, sisters of groom, and Miss Patricia Ma- sister of the bride, and Miss Frances Newham, wore models of red velvet and net. On their heads they turbans fashioned from the Their flowers were cres- bouquets of red and white Little Anna Brizzolara, girl, was in a white net with hoop skirt, appointed red velvet bows. Master Ray Jr., was ring bearer. Both It With... FLOWERS FROM G,. eeT;00ffz" O F, W. S. Owens MATTRESS" sage of white gardenias. The groom's mother wore powder blue crepe with a white gardenia cor- sage. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, 154 Sheridan Rd., Park Hill. The house was decorated with Christ- mas holly and poinsettas. The wedding table was centered with a three-tiered cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. Fern and bouvardia encircled the cake. White candles in crystal candel- abra were at either end of the table. Mrs. John Reid Finan, sis- ter of the bride, was in charge of the bride's book. The bridal couple left following the reception for a honeymoon in Georgia. For travel- ling Mrs. Sharp wore a light biege suit with brown accessories. Her corsage was of white gardenias. She is a graduate of Mount St. Mary's Academy, Little Rock, where she was a member of Mu Epsilon Delta sorority and the Na- tional Honor society. The bride was for several-years associated with The Guardian, diocesan weekly, and prior to her marriage was secretary to His Excellency, Bishop Fletcher. Mr. Sharp was graduated from Catholic High School and attended Spring Hill College, Spring Hill, Alabama. He is at present enrolled in the Offi- cers' Training School, Fort Ben- ning, Ga. Reviews Spain's Mission Achievements Madrid. (Ek--In spite of econo- mic difficulties consequent on the civil war, Spain has maintained the missionary spirit that char- aterized her throughout her his- tory, it was pointed out by the Rev. Emilian Anibarro, Madrid Diocesan Director of the Spanish Missionary Societies, in an ad- dress broadcast over Radio- Madrid. Spain has always worked with the utmost interest in the mis- sionary apostolate and has con- sumed her greatest energies there- in, Father Anibarro said. The fruits of this apostolic zeal, he said, were the first Christian com- munities founded in the modern history of the missions in North- ern Africa, Asia Minor, India, Japan, China, West Africa and the islands of the Pacific. DO NOT PRESUME ON GOD'S GRACE On either side of Christ as He hung on the cross was a criminal; one died a sinner, the other a Saint. One in the very presence of Christ, the Savior, died unre- pentant, from which we learn that we should never presume on God's Times Printing Co. 217 Main St. North Little Rock Do you have an apartment or room that you would like to rent to a Cath- olic party? If so use The Guardian Classified Advertising. KORTE TIRE & SERVICE CO.--Stop at Korte's for Gas, Oil, Tires. 1800 Main, North Little Rock. LIFE INSURANCE. Well established Little Rock Agency has opening for several men with ambition to earn more money; thorough training, field assistance; f ul 1 commission. Sales experience not essential. Opportunity of building per- manent business. Write: P. O. Box 1243, Little Rock. WANTEDWhlte girl to'do housework and cooking in Catholic home. Write Box X, The Guardian. Farm Homes for Catholics 40 to 160 acres, 1 to 5 mites from Church, parochial and Catholic high schools. Good land, free list, F. J. Baltz, Pocahontas, Ark. FINOS PHILLIPS, 117 Louisiana, 9021 We  do all kinds of alterations AS GOOD AS THE BEST Men's Wool Suits 45c Plain Dresses SOc and up Call For and Deliver Phone 2-9904 8th and Gaines ROSE BUD CLEANERS W. Ray Mernah Chas..A. Mernah Good Counsel Parish Newman Library 102 West Capitol. Little Rock's Cath- olic rental library, open to the pub- lic. We have books, religious and secular, holy articles and cards for all occasions. We shall be glad to place mail oders for any book or article which we do not have. Call 2-2352. Miss Rose Laffert in charge PARSEL'S Upholstery WE FRAME PICTURES 816 West Capitol Phone 2-1627 UNITED SUPPLY CO. We sell school and office furniture. Furniture repair and upholstery. D. J. Dailey, 1207 W. 7th. Dial 7859. See Jimmy Lynch--New location--liB Maple, No. L. R., Phone 2-1886. Fire, Tornado, Auto Insurance. Bonds ORR HEMSTITCHING--Pleating, but- tons, buckles Covered, button holes ribbon on sweaters. KEMPNER'S, 418 Main. 4-1216. Write or telephone your Classified Ad=to The Guardian at the following rate: 1Oc a line for one insertion; 9e a iine for two insertions; 8c a line for three or more insertions; 7c a line for a six-month or more contract. Larger and more attractive type can be used by figuring 10 lines to an inch, t the rate shown here. Greater Little Rock Activities PAGE THREE THIS CHURCH CHOIR Catholic OF DaughterSAMEmCA TODAY'S CHALLENGE TO CAIIOLIC WOMANHOOi Little Rock.--Our Lady of Per- petual Help Court, No. 1223, fin- ishes the year with a busy month. The semi-annual Communion and seated at individual tables lined around the hall, cafeteria style where a delicious plate and re- freshment course was served. The hall was lighted with candles on the tables and the lights from the Christmas tree, giving it a beau- tiful Christmas effect. Dancing w a s indulged in throughout the evening. Special guests included Court Chaplain, Rev. Then. F. Walshe, Assistant Pastor, the Rev. Chas. McGinnis, and State Regent, Mrs. Agnes Steele. Committee chairmen appointed by the Grand Regent and assisted by members of their committees Mena C. Y. O. Entertain With Christmas Party Mena.--The C. Y. O. of Mena met at St. Joseph' s Academy on December 26, for a Christmas party. The room was decorated with holly and mistletoe and there was a large Christmas tree. Christ- mas carols were sung and danc- ing followed. Gifts were exchang- ed and later, numbers were drawn & Fumigated i ONE.DAY SERVICE t Just __..__n.naeo ! Call z. =I'UU l. i INNERSPRING IV#W t4er'@.. MATTRESSES ..... Made to Order Let the bells ring out a Awnings joy for you, blessed .Polstering year of happiness and I with gobd friends, [,[ OURTHETRUCKSsTATECOVER l[ health and good for- tune. Just our way of | saying a very Happy .C:USTOM New 1| TIlIRID CHLa", Year! lattress Company i LJUIV|DUOIt 2 Magnolia, N L.R." WRECKING CO. Levy, Ark. Ph. 2-0123 mercy. The other died, repentant man, assisted by Mrs. A. C. May, and heard' from the sacred lips Mrs. W. E. Curtiss, Mrs. Carl of Christ Himself Who at that Glover, Mrs. J. C. Hammer, Mrs. moment vas dying for him and for H. W. Whitfield, Mrs. S. M. Chap- the whole world: "This day thou man, and Miss John Hum. shalt be with Me in Paradise." School will re-open with regu- From this we learn that no mat- lar classes Monday morning. ter how great sinners we may be, St. Edward's Church. provided we repent and amend Sunday, January 4, Feast of the our evil ways, we should never Holy Name of Jesus. despair of God's mercy which is Masses, 5:30, 7, 8:30 and 11 a. m. above all His works. Not that God's Sermon in all Masses on the Sec- mercy is greater than His justice end Commandment of God, "The o? any other of His attributes, be- Significance and Use of the Divine cause all His attributes are the Name." All school children of the same, unlimited, infinite. There parish are asked to receive Holy is no such a thing as a greater or Communion in the 8:30 o'clock lesser infinitythe very meaning Mass Sunday. of the word 'infinite'--from the Devotions will be held at 3 p. Latinmeans that whicl has no m. Sunday. end or limit. But when we say After devotions .Circle No. 1 of God's mercy is above all His 1942 will meet in the church base- works, we mean that God', know- ment. This circle consists of the ing the weakness of human na- following: ture, exercises His mercy on sin- Mrs. Joseph Walter, chairman; ners more than He does His jus- Roy Atwood, Mrs. Verena Beck- tics, otherwise sinners like King man, Joe Binz, Miss Alberta David, Mary Magdalen, St. Peter, Boullie, Andrew Bradley, Mrs. L. the Good Thief on the Cross by the B. Croft, Eugene Downing, Mrs. side of Jesus, would not at present Anna Duttlinger, George DuVal, be enjoying never-ending bliss in Thomas Gaisbauer, Joe P. Gil- Heaven. more, Mrs. Anna Hanlon, William St. Patrick's Church. The members of the Altar So- ciety will go to Communion in a body at the 7 o'clock Mass Sun- day. The Catholic High School Col- lection will be taken up at the Masses Sunday. Nursery school attendants Sun- day will be Pollyanna Pollak and Marie Bujarski. The Altar Society will hold open house at the home of Mrs. John Pruniski Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. All members and their friends are cordially invited. The weekly social will be held in the parish hall Monday evening at 8 o'clock, sponsored by the P. T. A. Mrs. R. L. Bennett is chair- and Lilly Harington, Robert Hauser, Mrs. Mary Isenman, Gun Kleinschmidt, George Kokal, John Land, Maurcie Long, Louis Mul- ler, Miss Mary Narey, Andrew Nutt, Leo Pierron, George Per- beck, Frank Schlumpf, Mrs. An- tionia Schnuettgen, Herman Sick, Siegfred Siebert, Miss Ann Simon, G. F. Timmins, Mrs. Carl Urbani, Mrs. Agne Weny, Mrs. Woodrow Wilkerson, Henry Yager, Leo Zurcher and Louise Zurcher. Masses during the week, 6:30 and 8:00 daily. Tuesday, Feast of the Epiphany, High Mass at 8 a. m. Novena of Our Lady of Perpet- ual Help, Tuesday night at 7:30. Circle No. 1 will entertain the congregation and friends at bingo. beginning at 8:15 Tuesday night. Good Counsel Church. Good Counsel Altar Society will meet this Friday afternoon, Janu- ary 2, at the home of Mrs. R. E. McFarland, 1616 W. 13th St. The members will receive Holy Com- munion on Sunday, January 4, at the 7 o'clock Mass. Every Tuesday morning Novena to St. Anthony is held after the 6:30 and 8 o'clock Masses. Eucha- ristic and Little Flower Novena every Friday night at 7:30. Every Sunday night special de- votions are held at 7:30. The Lit- any of the Saints is said, prayers for the Church and civil authori- ties, prayers for our parish boys, and all who are serving in the Army and Navy, and for those who have made the supreme sac- rifice. The devotion concludes with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. The school children will return for classes on Monday, January 5. On Tuesday, January 6th, the Feast of the Epiphany, the chil- dren will assemble in the church breakfast on November 30 was well attended. The guest speaker, the Rev. Francis S. Guy, gave a most inspiring talk on The Church and Patriotism. The Rev. Amos Enderlin. assistant at the Cathe- dral, celebrant of the Mass, was also a guest at the breakfast. Regular meeting of the Court was held on Thursday, December 11, with the annual Christmas Party on December 16. More than 50 members and guests attended the Christmas Party, which was held at Our Ladydof Good Counsel Hall. Every member brought a toy, which were later distributed to r:eedy children by Welfare Com- mittees of the various parishes. Members of the clergy present at the Christmas Party were the Court Chaplain, the Very Rev. Msgr. Jos. A. Gallagh'er, the Rev. John Murphy, the Rev. Edward Maloy and the Rev. Francis S. Guy. The committee in charge was Louise Malarcher, chairman; Mrs. Avis Crawford, Marie Danforth. Mary Louise Drilling, and Rita Drilling. Court Victory No. 564, Pine Bluff Court Victory 564, Catholic Daughters of America, held their annual Christmas party on Tues- day, December 16th, at the Eagles Hall. A large attendance of Catho- lic Daughters and their invited guests and special guests of sol- diers from the company sent here from Camp Forrest to guard the Bomb Arsenal under construction here, were present. The members and guests were for special prayers to the Infant Jesus after which a special bless- ing will be given to the Little Children of the Parish, including all the school children. Good Cotinsel St. Anthony So- ciety will meet Thursday night, January 8th, at 8 o'clock in Good Counsel Hall. Builders night this Friday night, January 2nd, will be in charge of the Senior Players. Activities be- gin at 8:30. The Solemn Devotion of Forty Hours will begin on Sunday, Jan- uary 11, at the 7 o'clock Mass. It is as easy to talk to our Holy Mother as it is to talk to our own mother. Our Holy Mother does not hold herself aloof, but makes her presence felt as soon as she hears you call her name. Once you come close to Mary, you find a source of strength, an endless store of love and sympathy, upon which you can always depend. 'FORTY HOURS DEVOTION mAT GOOD COUNSEL Maryland and Marshall to arrange the details of the pro- gram were: Miss Marie Kraeszig, lecturer and general chairman; Mrs. J. W. Glasscock, chairman refreshments; Misses Mary Eliza- beth Dowd and Jane Ferrar, chair- men decorations. At the last regular meeting of for supper partners. A pleasant time was enjoyed by all. As years merge into years and the sand glass of life empties swiftly out, we gradually acquire a better perspective of the glor- Court Victory 564, Grand Regent, ious treasures contained within Mrs. Christine Ernst, rendered a complete and final report on the the Blessed Sacrament. Not the ,:uppers. which were served by m ............. *-se is a better reali Ins Cathohc Daughters m connec- . ............. tion with the Sixth Annual Fall zanon oz me :ucnansuc nns. Festival, held for Annunciation Academy, showing a net profit of "1 : : : : : : : : : $230.10. Report was also rendered on the tingo Party given to raise the Court's prorata of the fund being raised by His Excellency Bishop I, qetcher for the furnishing of a Fraternity House for Catholic Stu- dents attending the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. It was announced that Lhe party netted much more than the Court's pro- rata of $35.00, and that check had be'on sent to State Treasurer to be later sent to Bishop Fletcher. The amount over and above the pro- rata was placed in the Court's Charity Fund. The Court also voted to buy two Defense Bonds, and contributed to the Red Cross Fund. The Study Club session was dis- pensed with at this meeting to be resume immediately after the imlidays. May all your wishes for happiness com' true. Frank Nosal, Prop. Frank's Shoe Repair Shop 1119 W. Markham Phone 2-9818 $%'T kt Sp O "qNY INS  4 Bernard T. Heinze : SOLICITS YOUR \\; 4 4 INSURANCE BUSINESS (All Kinds Except Life) WITH RIGHTSELL-COLLINS-BARRY-DONHAM, Inc. Estates  Investments  Real Estate Loans Insurance q 218 Louislan Street Photos 4-1265 Black & White Specials ON SALE AT ALL BLACK & WHITE STORES EVERY EGG GUARANTEED FRESH Fresh E00gS 35c SUN-SWEET, MEDIUM ielbti$1 ege :hi S t oF ;rtyy2: rs peace and protection from our enemies. Opening Sunday Morning 7:00 Evap. Prunes 2 19c JANUARY II , ANC.OR Exposition Through Sunday, MARGARINE 2 27c DOLE'S HAWAIIAN, CRUSHED Monday and Tuesday n. , o 9-o,. rineapple o 25 c SOLEMN CLOSE TUESDAY NIGHT, January 13 at 7:45 p. m. Let us petition the Most Blessed Sacrament === gw@ehansa$ . It Is composed of nine brothers, all from one family. They are led by the oldest, Frank, and th member is Johnny, 14. The LaFalce boys also have a danee,bknd. Left to right, Louis, Jo- .eph,.James, Anthony Michael,. Patrick John. Carmlne and Frank at the organ.  (N,C:W..) `