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THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 8, 1938 PAGE THREE I "/"r A [ I ALL SOCIAL (/r]a .J..l--/ I ITEMS MUST BE IN THE, 1 OFFICE BYq lephone or Send Social Items to The Guard"NOON/ TUES Office, 3091/2 W. Second St. Phone 5486.|DAY. January meeting of the High school P.-T. A. will on Monday, January 10, 130 o'clock in the library of school. William McCauley of Mal- Pa., was the guest during holidays of his two the Rev. Richard and the Charles McCauley. Miss McCauley, of Berwyn, Pa., came to Little Rock with her left for a short time to her other brother, the Very Msgr. John V. McCauley in Springs, Colo. She join- McCauley in Little Rock returned home on New Eve. While here they were guests of several friends the city. Quintin DeClerk of Alex- ia, La., returned home last after a short visit in Lit- with her parents, Mr. Mrs. Joseph Strachota. She her sister in Stuttgart. DeClerk was accompanied to Rock by Mr. and Mrs. Je- ll. DeClerk, who spent in Alexandria with son, Quintin, and Mrs. De- [. Mr. DeClerk is connect- the S. H. Kress & Co. in Misses Helen and Mabel entertained a group of at their home on South street, Tuesday night, Jan- 4. Delicious refreshments by the hostesses, as* their mother, Mrs. J. Keller. At St. Andrew's Cathe- at Midnight Mass, small pin name in gold letters. Call regular meeting of the Ca- Study club was held Mon- January 3, in the Latkin Memorial room of library, with Miss Mary study leader. History 18th and 19th centuries in papers read by members: "Unifiea- s in Germany and by Mrs. J. J. McGrath; French Empire and Third Republic,,, by Miss Lou- "Liberal Reformers arid Russia," by Miss Wesson, and "The Pon- )f Pope Plus IX," by Miss Kelly. General discus- the reading of each Miss Malarcher present- events relating to the Studied in the lessons out their present day toward the Catholic The next meeting of the be held at 7 o'clock Men- January 20, at the Visitors are in- o attend the meeting. St. Joseph's Aid Society Thursday afternoon, 13, 1216 West Second to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas a son, Thomas J., Jr., on Thursday, December 23, at St. Vincent's Infirmary. Mrs. Guan- ella was Miss Margaret Dussex of Conway. The Christmas Tree celebration of St. Edward's Branch No. 79, Catholic Knights of America was a grand success. The entertainment by St. Edward's rythm band was very much enjoyed. Also the singing, dancing and rapid chalk drawing by the Community, Drama League. The children enjoyed the gifts presented them by Santa Claus. The next meeting of the St. Edward's Branch will be held on Wednesday, January 12, at 8 o'clock. There will be a card party and refreshments. The com- mittee for this entertainment con- sists of the following members: Miss Cecilia Gunderman, chair- man, assisted by Miss Ida Kern, Miss Carolyn Kern, Mr. Edward C. Daven, Mr. Frank Bujarski, Mr. Louis Bartsch, Mrs. O'Con- nell, Mrs. L. J. Bachman, Miss Catherine Rempe and Mr. George P. Duval. WEDDINGS Bauer-Woltje Mr. and Mrs. Markus Bauer of Scranton announce the marriage of their daughter, Marie, to Fred Woltje of Topeka, Kansas. The ceremony was performed on Thursday afternoon, December 30, at 3:30 o'clock at the St. An- drew's Cathedral rectory by the Rev. Edward Maloy. Nolan-Adams Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nolan of Paragould announce the marriage of 'their daughter, Margaret, to Raymond Adams. The marriage was solemnized at St. George's church at Knobel, with the Rev. Lawrence Schaeffer performing the cermony. The bride was love- ly in white satin with a beautiful wreath and veil. Miss Theresa Marie Schmuecker, cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid and she wore a dress of pink crepe. Miss Pauline Nolan, sister of the bride, was flower girl and she wore pink taffeta. Leo Schmuecker served the groom as best man. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The couple left immediately after the reception for a short trip to Hot Springs and Little Rock and upon their return will be at home temporarily with the bride's par- ents. Chllders-DeClerk Simple dignity marked the wed- ding of Miss Lorine Childers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Childers, to George F. DeClerk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben DeClerk, which was solemnized at St. Paul's church in Pocahontas on Tuesday morning, December 28, with the Very ReD. Msgr. A. G. Haeringer, pastor, performing the ceremony. The adult choir sang Rosewig's "Mass in G." with Lawrence Barthel at the organ. Preceding the nuptial High Mass, Mrs. W. A. DeClerk sang "I Love You Truly." The church was beautiful with Christmas decora- tions of fern and flowers and lighted candles. The bride was ALENDAR P.-T. A.mMeets second Thursday of each month. Luncheon at I:00 p. m. AID SOCIETY--Aeets every first Monday of the month in the Cathedral School parlors, 503 E. 6th St.,, $:15. P.-T. A.--Meets the third Tlmrsday of every month in Cathedral School Parlors, 503 E. 0th St., at 2:30 p. m. P.-T. A.--Meets every third Wednesday of the month 2p.m. HIGH SCHOOL P.-T. A.Meets the second Monday of each month at 2 p. m. VIRGIN'S SODALITY of St. Andrew's Cathedral--Meets every first and third Thursday at 7".30 p. n in the Cathe- dral Vestry. YOUNG PEOPLES' SOCIETY--Meets every sec- ond Thursday of the month in Good Counse hall. OF COLUMBUS, 4th Degree---Meeting first Monday of the month. STUDY CLUB--Meets every first and third Monday of each month at 7 p. m. in the Lena Latkin room of the Public Library. MEN'S SOCIETY--Meets second Monday of each month in Good Counsel Hall at 8 p. m. OF COLUMBUS---Meeting first and third Tuesday of each month at Knights of Columbus HaIL 609 Scott St SOCIETY.--Meets every third Thursday of the month at 8:00 p. m., St. Edward's Hall. CMC CLUB--Meeting is held on third Thursday of the month DAUGHTERS O" AMERICA, Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Court No. 1223, meets every second Thursday in the Cathedral School Parlors, 503 East 0th Street. KNIGHTS OF AMERICA--Meets every 2nd Wednesday of the month, at 8 p. m., at St. Edward's Church. BUSINESS WOMEN'S CLUB OF LITTLE ROCK.--Meets second Monday of each month. Dinner meeting at Peacock Tea Room at 6:15 p. m. lovely in an ensemble of brown with harmonizing accessories. Her corsage was of white carnations. Miss Zita Frangenberg, cousin of the groom, wore a suit of black crepe with white accessories. Her flowers were pink carnations. Thomas DeClerk, brother of the groom, served as best man. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. P. A. Frangenberg and Mr. Frangenberg. After a wedding trip to points in the South, Mr. and Mrs. DeClerk will make their home in Pocahontas. SECURING FOR HOME MISSIONS THE EDUCATION AND TRAIN- ING OF WORTHY ECCLESIASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN'S HOME MISSION SEMINARY Any full Burse or Share in an Incomplete Burse may be donated. Dona- tions, large or small, will be gratefully received and recorded. A Burse is a sum of money invested and drawing enough interest to provide board, lodging and training for one seminarian. Requests for further infmTnation and the benefits shared by contri- i butors, and likewise all donations, should be sent to the Rector, Rt. Rev. Msgr. James P. Gaffney, Ph.D., St. John's Seminery, Little Rock, Arkansas. St. John's Seminary Bursas Hot Springs I0.00 Complete In memory of Mrs. St. Mary's Bursa, Hot Springs; H. McMahon 10.00 Msgr. Tobin Burse, Little Rock; Memorial Crusade Unit __ 33.31 Alumni Burse, in honor of St. In memory of J. M. John the Baptist; Bishop Byrne Schwartz .................... 20.00 Thurston-Harlmr Burse; Rev. Joachim F. Galloni The wedding of Miss Marion Burse. Thurston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Thurston and Charles B. Harper, only son of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Harper, both of Little Rock, was beautifully solemniz- ed at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning, December 28, at Our Lady of Good Counsel church, with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Herman H. Wernke, pastor, performing the impressive ring ceremony in the presence of rel- atives and friends. The altar was attractively decorated with Christ- mas greens and white carnations, flanked by white tapers burning in tall candelabra. Miss Frances Mat- tingly, organist, played the wed- ding music and accompanied Mr. E. Zini, uncle of the groom, who sang "I Love You Truly" and "Ave .Maria." The bride, enter- ing with her father, was lovely in her wedding gown of white slipper satin, fashioned on princess lines, and fastened in the back with satin buttons. The skirt ended in a long train. Her long veil of illusion was trimmed with lace and fell from a cap of pearls and orange blossoms. She carried white car- nations and snapdragons in a shower bouquet. Miss Virginia Thurston was her sister's maid of honor and her dress was of tur- quoise blue moire taffeta, fashion- ed on princess lines, and she wore an Eton jacket of the same ma- terial with full puffed sleeves. Her flowers were bronze snap- dragons tied with gold tulle. The bridesmaids were Miss Shirley Hovers of McGehee, Miss Kathryn Phillips and Miss Mary Louise Binz. Their gowns were of moire taffeta, fashioned on princess lines, with Eton jackets of the same ma- terial. Miss Havers was in rust, Miss Phillips in cerise and Miss Binz in gold. They all wore gold sequin turbins with short gold veils and gold sandals and their flowers were also bronze snap- dragons tied with gold tulle. Miss Patricia Sourer of Pine Bluff, cousin of the groom, was junior bridesmaid and she wore rose moire taffeta WRh a bandeaux of gold sequins in her hair and gold sandals. She carried a French bouquet of tiny pink rosebuds. Norman Sauter of Baltimore, cou- sin of the groom, was best man and the ushers were Eli Zini Jr., Louis Ambort and Billy Berg- man. After the ceremony, an in- formal reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The serving table was centered with three-tiered wedding cake, topped with miniature bride and groom, and surrounded by white rosebuds in crystal vases. The bride and groom left for a short trip to New Orleans and on their return will temporarily be at home at 714 Dennison. The bride traveled in a costume of gray crepe with fur jacket and her accessories were black. Mr. Harper is connected with the Raymond Rebsamen Co. Archbishop Urges Catholic Youths To Be Boy Scouts London, Dec. 27. (E).--The Arch- bishop of Liverpool, the Most Rev.: Richard Downey, is urging all the Catholic boys in his archdiocese: to join the boy scout movement. : "It matters not whether the boy! be rich or poor," he says, "he will assuredly be the richer in mental, [ moral and physical stamina; that is to say, richer in character, for having trained as a scout. The movement offers to the average boy advantages which cannot be gained in any other way. "The Scout must be faithful to God and the Church, careful in the observance of his religious duties. In this way he will perfect by  grace in the supernatural order the good habits which he has formed in the natural order, and become a man of character and a man of God." Bishop Fitzgerald Bursa Incomplete This Burse is a memorial to the Most Reverend Edward Fitzgerald, second Bishop of Little Rock. From a benefactor ........... $ 50.00 Pupils St. Anne's academy 25.00 Anonymous, Hot Springs .... 50.00 Anonymous, N. L. R ........ 100.00 Msgr. Gallagher, Mena_._ 100.00 Anonymous additional sums received .................... 251.25 Anonymous additional sums received ................... 430.00 For favors received ........ 2.00 Anonymous, Hot Springs_. 25.00 Anonymous ....................... 430.00 Anonymous, addn. sums.._ 99.40 Mrs. J. J. Keller ............ 5.00 Thanksgiving ................. 1.00 Anonymous ........................ 68 Victor Koers, L. R ......... 100.00 Mrs. Ernest Botto, Ft. Smith ........................... 100.00 Total ................................ $1769.33 Alumni Burse -- In Honor of The Blessed Trinity This Burse is the second foun- dation made by the priests who were ordained from St. John's Seminary. It is open to the clergy and the people in general who have the work and interest of the Seminary at heart.' Previously acknowledged._ $101.00 Anonymous 81.43 In memory oi-'Hugh .......... McDevitt ............................ 25.00 Raymond Maus, Atkins -- 25.00 Appreciation, Slovaktown.. 25.00 Alumnus, 1914 ............ 20.00 Alumnus, 1914 ................... 20.00 Alumnus, 1916 ................. 10.00 Alumnus, 1919 ............. 20.00 Alumnus, 1923 ............. 20.00 Alumnus, 1924 ............... 25.00 Alumnus, 1924 ................... 20.00 Alumnus, 1925 ............... 25.00 Alumnus, 1926 .............. 20.00 Alumnus, 1926 ............... 10.00 Alumnus, 1927 ................ 10.00 Alumnus, 1934 ...................... 10.00 N. N., Paragould, Ark., .... 10.00 Friends of Little Flower, Dixie, Arkansas o- .............. 10.00 In memory of John M. Murray .................... 10.00 Jubilee offering, In memory of Mary F. Flaherty I00.00 M. P. Gengler .............. 5.00 Monsignor Tynin .......... 2.60 Father McDaid, 1926 25.06 In memory of Msgr. Aretz ................... 5.00 Mrs. E. M. S ................ 5.00 Father Schaefer .................... 10.00 Good COunsel Forty Hours Devotion The beautiful decotion of the Forty Hours will open Friday morning with the High Mass of Exposition at 8 o'clock. The Blessed Sacrament will be ex- posed all day, with special devo- tion in honor of the Holy Euchar- ist, Friday night at 7:30, and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. On Saturday morning the Bless- ed Sacrament will be exposed be- fore the 6:30 Mass, with a High Mass at 8. The Blessed Sacra- ment will be exposed all day Sat- urday, with special devotion Sat- urday night at 7:30 o'clock in hon- or of the Holy Name of Jesus, and Benediction of the Blessed Sacra- ment. On Sunday norning the Bless- ed Sacrament will be exposed be,- fore the 7 o'clock Mass. The Blessed Sacrament will be ex- posed all day Sunday with a sol- emn close of the Forty Hours Sun- day night at 7:30. The choir will sing special hymns to the Blessed Sacrament before the service. The assembled clergy will sing the Lit- any of the Saints, followed with Solemn Benediction of the Bless- ed Sacrament and the Holy God We Praise Thy Name. Confessions will be heard Thursday, Friday and Saturday afternoon and evening, from 4 to 6 nd from 7 to 8:30 o'clock. The children will receive Holy Communion Friday at the 8 o'clock Mass. Altar Society The Good Counsel altar society ;,, "I" PASTORS AND TEACHERS Train Chlldre to Partlellte in the Mass by Using "School Children's Pryerbook" Congregational Mass, Prayers By Roy. Lawrence Hoyt, O. S. B. Available at. B Herder Book Co., Benzlger Brothers. E. M. Lehman Co., Frederick Pustet Co., or the au- thor. 818 St.. Little Rock. St. Edward's Total ............................ $723.40 Arkansas Courts Catholic Daugh- ters of America State Courts ....................... $241.00 Knights of Columbus This Bursa is a foundation by the Arkansas State Council to as- sist St. John's Seminary in the training of candidates for the priesthood. Reported to Aug. 31, 1932..$3665.65 9th and Sherman Sis. JANUARY 9, 1938 Feast of the Holy Family, Jesus Mary and Joseph High Mass at 10:30 a. m. Other Masses: 5:30, 7 and 8:30. Sermon topic: "Owe Parents Nothing;" Scriptural text: "He went down with them and was subject to them," Luke 2, 50. Evening services will be held at 7:30 o'clock, consisting of con- gregational devotion and Benedic- tion of the Blessed Sacrament. Special service will be held Tuesday night at 7:30 in honor of Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Social Activities During January St. Edward's congregation looks to a special entertainment com- mittee for recreation and amuse- ment during the month of Janu- ary. The committee consists of the following: Joseph Binz, chair- man and William Gerke, vice chairman, Mrs. Boyd Barker, Peter Barzen, Mrs. Mary Beck, Adolph Benetz, Mrs. Mary Bowles, Sam Drainer, Vincent Gaisbauer, Mrs. Mary Gottsponer, Mrs. Christine Hanggi, Mrs. Theresa Hanggi, Jo- State Council, 1933 ........... 177.75 scph Hart, L. F. Hinze, Leo Hut' State Council, 1934 ........... 164.40 State Council, 1935 .......... 201.80 tcnhoff, Albert Iscnman, Edward State Council, 1936 ........... 178.00 Jarvis, Edward Lipsmeyer, A. V. ................ Lynch, Mrs. John A. Miegendt, Total .............................. $4,387.60 Joseph Kordsmeier, Frank Koerdt, Sacred Heart Burse Joseph Korte, Mrs. Katherine Balance, Feb. 1, 1930 ........ $1041.05 Ritz, Win. Schneuttgen, John Thanksgiving ..................... 132.00 Stemick, Mrs. Therese Snyder, George Reidmuller ......... 5.00 Mrs. Herbert Tillery, Miss Athalee L. P. Zurcher ................ 2.60 Walrod.Rev. Lawrence Hoyt, O. Mrs. Ed Ash .............. 2.00 M. P. Gengler ............. 25.00 S. B., Pastor. Seminary Sunday Donations ........................ 45.21 Mr. and Mrs. M. Biltz _.. 2.00 Victor Koers ............... 5.00 Baresch Family 2.00 Mrs. A. Hart .................... 5.00 Mrs. F. Margrave ......... 2.00 Relative of student ...... 10.00 Msgr. Haeringer ............. I0.00 George Bergmon .............. 5.00 Memory of Msgr. Aretz__ 10.00 Holy Angels Convent, Jonesboro .................... 28.00 'J." Morrilton ................ 5.00 Memory of Beatrice Williams ..... 10.00 Memory of Sarah Gallagher ............... 10.00 Memory of John Gallagher ................ 10.00 Elizabeth B. Bailey ....... 50.00 Schwarz .......................... 300.00 Cassio N. Coleman 25.00 Anonymous ....................... 184.08 Total ....................... $1925.94 will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. F. Gallwitz, 1100 Lewis street, at 2 o'clock. All members are urged to be present. Program of activities will be out- lined at this meeting. Holy Name Society The members of the Holy Name Society will receive Holy Com- munion Sunday morning at the 7 o'clock Mass. The men will meet at the hall and in procession march to the church. The men will meet Monday night at 8 o'clock in Good Counsel hall. A social will fol- low the regular meeting. The Feast of the Epiphany The feast of the Epiphany was observed Thursday morning by the singing of Christmas hymns. Blessing of Children On Thursday afternoon at 2:30, January 13, the Octave of the Epiphany, there will be special blessing for all the children at 2:30 at the church, and the child- ren will make their last visit to the crib, and sing Christmas hymns, before the crib is taken down. St. Anthony's Society St. Anthony's Society will meet Thursday night, January 13, in Good Counsel hall, at 8 o'clock. A dance will be given in Good Counsel hall on Friday, January 21. Friday, February 11, and Tues- day, February 22, for the benefit of the new church. RENOVATING AND REFELTING Only Plant Equipped to Refer LITTLE ROCK MATTRESS COMPANY 1715 E. Ninth Ph. 4-0828 BERNARD T. HEINZE SOLICITS YOUR INSURANCE BUSINESS (All Kinds Except Life) WITH RIGHTsELL-COLLINS-BARRY-DONHAM, Inc. Insurance  EJttes  Investments  Real Estate Lmms 218 Louisia4 Street  :-: Phones 4-3315--L. D. 105 Bishop's Anniversary Mass Trenton, N. J., Jan. 3. (IO.--The Most Revl Moses E. Kiley, Bishop of Trenton, today celebrated a solemn requiem Mass for the late Bishop John J. McMahon, former Bishop of Trenton, in St. Mary's Cathedral. The Mass was in com- memoration of the fifth anniver- sary of the Bishop's death. Many priests, religious and faithful of the diocese attended. Archbishop McNally Home Halifax, N. S., Dec. 31. (EL--The Most Rev. J. T. McNally, Arch- bishop of Halifax, has returned from a visit to Rome and the Vatican City where he was grant- ed an audience with His Holiness Pius XI. Eight Brigands Are Baptized By Their Executioner Ichang, China, Dec. 24. (.-- Perhaps even the ages of faith show no finer example of an apos- tle in uniform than did an army officer in western Hupeh. Lumen Service relates that his troop was sent out to clear the Chataokwan district of bandits with the result that eight brigands were captured. After their death sentence had been pronounced, the Catholic officer, named Kieou, who was in charge of the execu- tion, instructed them and pleaded so well for their souls that they asked to receive baptism at his hands before death. Knowing that there were other Catholics in the ranks, this same officer persuaded them to say their daily prayers in common with him, and together with them formed a Catholic Action unit for spreading the faith among their own kind. : India Catholic Editors' Conference Is Planned Madras, Dec. 24. ().--The draft proposals for the formation of an All-India organization for Cath- olic journalists and for the hold- ing of a Conference of Catholic Editors have been circulated by the joint-sponsors of the plan, Msgr. P. Thomas, Editor of The New Leader, Madras, and B. S. Gilani, Editor of the Social Or- der, Allahabad, for opinions and comments. It is proposed to found a Central News Agency for the whole of In- dia under the auspices of the Editors Conference. 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