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PAGE SIX THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 8, 1938 i ": cail;otic, o = = I Rt. Bey. Msgr. H. H. Wernke. Little Rock, Ark., Spiritual Director T J. Arnold, Little Rock, Preiden.t Joseph EnderHn, Conway, 2nd V.-Pres. Leo Hammer, Ft. Smith, 1st V.-Pres. Jos A. Schnitzer, Ft. Smith.. Sec. NOTICE Next Sunday, January 9, will be the first District meeting to be held in 1938. This will be the meeting of the Northeastern Dis- trict, at Jonesboro, and every Catholic of Northeastern Arkan- sas is cordially invited to be pre- sent at this District meeting, whether they are members of an affiliated society, or not. If not so affiliated, we want them to see and hear what the Catholic Un-! ion has to offer them and what our aims and objectives are. The District officers have ar- ranged a nice program of ad- dresses and entertainment and every delegate and visitor will be well repaid for any effort spent in attending this first District meeting in the new year. We hope that every affiliated society and also all not affiliated societies will be represented at this meeting, next Sunday, Janu- ary 9, at Jonesboro. District officers: Very Rev. Msgr. A. G. Haer- inger, spiritual director; M. P. Welsh, president; John V. Baltz vice president, and V/m. Steimel secretary. The Northwestern and Centra Districts will also hold meetings in the near future and these dates will appear in The Guardian, our official journal, just as soon as the writer has been notified of said dates. I take this opportunity to again urge the societies in South- west, Southeast and Eastern Ar- kansas to start organizing their districts. Our organizing com- mittee will come to any centrally located town any Sunday, to help organize such a District. Who will be the first in 1938 to ask us to come and help them organize a District? All it takes is two or three societies at the start, the rest will come later. Hoping to receive invitations real soon from all the prospec- tive districts, I remain T. J. ARNOLD CHARLESTON, ARK. The Northwest District of the Catholic Union of Arkansas will have a meeting at Charleston Sun- day, January 16. The program for the mee.ting is as follows: Benediction at 1:30 p. m. immediately following the opening of the joint meeting; ad- dress by State President, Mr. T. 5. Arnold; talk on 'Social Justice' by Rev. Georgd Strassner, O. S. B.; talk on 'Religious "Status in Europe' by Rt. Rev. Abbot Bur- gert, O. S .B.; adjournment of joint meeting; executive meetings of men and women branches res- pectively.--Paul Gech, District Secretary of Men's Union. Cathedral Notes Sunday Masses Low Masses at 6, 7 and 9 a. m. High Mass at 11 a. m. Masses on Holydays Masses on Holydays of Obliga- tion at 6:30, 7:30, 9:30 and 12:05 noon. Weekday Masses Masses are celebrated each 802 Center Street, every Tuesday evening at 7:45 o'clock. Little Flower Novena Devotions of the novena in hon- or of St. Therese, the Little Flow- er of Jesus, are held every Wed- nesday evening at 7:45 o'clock with prayers of the novena, con- gregational singing, a sermon and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament followed by venera- tion of the relic of the Saint. Confessions Confessions are heard every Saturday from 4 to 6 and from 7:30 to 8:30 p. m., and on the Thursday before the First Friday and on the eve of Holydays at the same hours. To accommodate those who cannot conveniently come during these hours, Confes- sions are also heard before the 7 and 9 o'clock Masses Sunday morning and every morning be- fore the daily Masses. Holy Souls Chapel North Tyler & 'T Street (Attended from the Cathedral) Mass on Sunday at 8 a. m. Mass on Holydays and on the First Fri- day of the month at 7:30 a. m. Confessions on the eve of Holy- days and the Thursday before the First Friday at 2 p. m. Confessions are also heard in the Chapel half an hour before the Mass on Sun- morning in the Cathedral at 7 and 8 o'clock. Perpetual Novena The services of the perpetual novena in honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal are held every Sunday evening at 7:45 o'clock with special prayers of the novena, congregational singing, a sermon, Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament, and enroll- ment in the Miraculous Medal. Instruction Class A class of instruction in the teachings of the Catholic Church is held in tle Cathedral Rectory, CATHEDRAL AID SOCIETY Installation of New Officers Large Attendance at Meeting The Cathedral Aid Society in- augurated the new year with the installation of the newly elected board of officers at its meeting on Monday, January 3. Promptly at 2:30 p. m. on Mon- day, the meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. F. J. Woltman, and after prayer had DR. ANNIE M. BREMYER CHIROPRACTOR Precision Diagnosis 14 Years Experience As a Graduate Nurse Phone 2-2684 310 ,E. 9th St. Little Rock, Ark. been offered by Monsignor Moran, spiritual director of the society, the minutes of the December meet- ing were read by the secretary, Mrs. Joseph McDonald. The re- port of the treasurer, Miss Nell Eagan, disclosed that the society had an unusually good balance in its treasury, as a result of the many activities which the various circles had conducted during the last six months. The report of Circle No. 1, which was made by the chairman, Mrs. Ralph Adams, disclosed that this, the first circle organized in the society several years ago, had maintained its splendid record of achievement. The chairman also ,announced that she had been re- elected to serve as the leader of this circle for the coming year. The circle will have a cake and food sale at the school parlors on the first Monday of each month. The report of Circle No. 2 was made by Mrs. George Danaher, newly elected chairman. She an- nounced that the first luncheon meeting of the new year would be held at the home of Mrs. John Sherrill, 1867 Battery, Friday, January 7, at 12:30 noon. A rather unusual report was that made by Mrs. Eugene Hart, chairman of Circle No. 3. She announced that Mrs. Frank Cornil had been elected to serve as chair- man of this circle for the new year, but due to the fact that Mrs. Cornil is ill at her home, she would continue to act in that capacity until the time when the newly elected chairman would be able to assume her duties. Mrs. F. J. Woltman, who has been acting as chairman of Circle No. 4 since the March meeting, also presented a very interesting report. Mrs. Woltman announc- ed that Mrs. Buddy Schrader had been elected chairman for the coming year with Mrs. Fred Mc- Donald, a former president of the Aid Society, as vice chairman; Mrs. G. Stanford as secretary and Mrs. S. C. Ragle as treasurer. Mrs. John L. Kenney, the newly CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF A. RESOLUTION OF PRAYER FOR MR. LACH)WSKY Resolution Whereas, Almighty God in His allwise way has called to his eternal reward our Friead and Brother Member, Adalbert Lachowsky. Whereas, he has been a pro- gressive citizen, a fervent Cath- olic, and a devoted Father, has been a loyal member of Branch No. 994, Catholic Knights of America since the day of its or- ganization. Be It Resolved, that we, the members of Branch No. 994, C. K. of A., extend our sincere and heartfelt sympathy to the be- reaved wife and family; and in expression of our sympathy we have three Holy Masses said, and receive Holy Communion for the repose of the soul of our Brother Member. Be It Further Resolved, That as the years pass we shall not forget our Brother Member in our prayers. Be It Also Further Resolv- ed, That a copy of this Resolu- tion be sent to the family of our Brother Member, a copy be re- corded in our Minutes, and a copy be sent to The Guardian for publication. A. J. Hambuchen, Secretary Branch No. 994 C. K. of A. lected chairman of Circle No. 5, made the report for this circle. She announced that Mrs. Frank Cherry, a former president of the society, and Mrs. B. W. Van Trees would be her assistant chairmen, and that Mrs. George Murray had been re-elected treasurer and would also act as secretary of the circle. Mrs. Kenney announced a raviola sale at the Cathedral school hall on Tuesday, January 11, under the direction of Mrs. M. D. Rossi, a business meeting at the Cathedral rectory on Friday, January 14, and a card party at the school parlors on Friday, Jan- uary 28. At the conclusion of these re- ports the newly elected board of officers was installed by Monsig- nor Moran, spiritual director: Mrs. F. J. Woltman,. president; Mrs. George Murray, first vice presi- dent; Mrs. J. O. Martin, second vice president; Mrs. C. A. Roth, third vice president; Mrs. E. R. Kemp, recording secretary; Mrs. John Sanders, corresponding sec- retary; Miss Nell Eagan, treasurer, and Mrs. Frank Severson, parlia- mentarian. The newly elected president an- nounced the following appoint- iments: chairman of the Welfare Circle, Mrs. Edward O'Brien; :hairman of the Sick and Visit- ing Committee; Mrs. T. W. Chi- chester, Sanctuary Committee, Miss Bessie Cavanaugh; House Committee, chairman, Mrs. James I. Madigan. She also announced that Mrs. J. O. Martin, second vice president, would be chairman of the Washington supper and so- cial at the Cathedral school hall on the evening of Tuesday, Feb- ruary 22. Following the supper a social will be held in the parlors of the aid society. This is an in- novation, and the committee hopes that it will prove to be an un- usual success. She also announced that the post Easter card party would have as chairman Mrs. George Murray, first vice president, and that this outstanding social function will be held in the Cathedral school par- lors on the afternoon and evening of Monday, April 25. The report of the Welfare Cir- cle, Mrs. Edward O'Brien, chair- PLEADS FOR CHINA WAR RELIEF I The Most Rev. Paul Yu-Pin, Vicar Apostolic of Nanking, and the! Most Ray. Hugh C. Boyle, Bishop of Pittsburgh, photographed by  the candid cameraman, o the occasion of the consecration of the ! Most Rev. Eugene J. McGuinness, Bishop of Raleigh, at Phlladelphla, December 21. Bishop Yu-Pin, who Is only 36 years old, flew from ,China to Rome for an audience with the Holy Father, and is visit. :lug tn the United States as part of a world-wide tour in the/nterest 9f the new Chinese Ca:hollo War Relief Association. (Acres ph0to.} man, brought out the fact that many years, presented gifts to the an immense amount of relief work had been done during the year, including the dinner for the chil- dren at St. Joseph's orphanage at Christmas and the distribution of a large number of baskets at Christmas time. Due to the illness of Mrs. T. W. Chichester, chairman of the Sick and Visiting Committee, her report was made by Mrs. Joseph McDonald, a member of the com- mittee. During the year the mem- bers of this committee have visit- ed an unusually large number of sick and shutins. The report for the Sanctuary Committee, Miss Bessie Cavan- augh, chairmafi, referred to the splendid work which this circle had accomplished in furnishing flowers for the altar of the Cathe- dral on the various festivals and feasts during the year. Just before the meeting was brought to a close, Monsignor Mo- ran, as has been his custom for NOTICE TO CLERGY ORDOS for 1938 Order From Very Rev. Msgr. F. A. Allen 309 W. 2nd St. Little Rock retiring officers and in behalf the Aid Society presented Fath- er Maloy with a gift as a testi- monial from the society for the excellent work he did in bring- ing to a successful conclusion the parish reunion and anniversary celebration of the Aid Society. The next meeting of the Aid Society will be held in the school parlors, 503 East Sixth street, on Monday, February 7, at 2:30 p. m. USED CAR BARGAINS '35 Chevrolet Master Coach ........................ $345.00 '35 Chevrolet Standard Coupe ...................... $295.0 '35 Chevrolet Master Coupe .......................... $175.00 '33 Chevrolet Coupe .... $245.00 '35 Ford Sedan .............. $325.00 '35 Ford Coupe ......  ......... $195.00 '33 Pontiac Coach ........ $225.00 '33 Plymouth Coach ...... $195.00 '34 Plymouth Coupe .... $225.00 '37 Chevrolet Pick-up .$395.00 BALE CHEVROLET CO. 2nd & Broadway Ph. 6292 Call 4-0549 .J I I II I Irlll I iiii J. J. Healey HEALEY & ROTH FUNERAL DIRECTORS SINCE 1905 Ambulanve ervice I Pioneer Member Of Sacred Heart Parish Succumbs Morrilton, Jan. 4.  Funeral services for Mrs. Magdalene Comes, widow of the late John Adam Comes, who died at her home, 604 St. Vincent street, Mor- rilton, on Sunday, January 2, were held at the Sacred Heart church with the pastor, the Rev. F. A. Schwab, C. S. Sp., celebrant of the Solemn Requiem High Mass, as- sisted by the Rev. L. H. Schaeffer of Hoxie as deacon and the Rev. L. H. Lachowsky, C. S. Sp., of Conway as subdeacon. A mixed senior and junior  choir sang the Requiem High i Mass, with Sister Mary Margaret, S. S. N. D. at the organ. Mrs. Comes was bor. weiler, Luxemburg, Jul and was married to Ji Comes on July 22, 1875 they migrated to this c settled in Morrilton. time they were generol voted members of th Heart parish. Her hug ceded her in death by and at her death she v ond oldest member of ish. Surviving are her s Susanna E. Lafontaine Rock; Frank and La fontaine of Kansas City Jack and Oscar Hentfl Louis, Mo. Burial was in the Sa cemetery. Pallbearers were: ac Laux, G. P. Kordsmd Thines, Louis Miller, E; kill and C. W. Drilling, The Picture Guide CLASS A. UNOBJECTIONABLE All American Sweetheart Adventurous Blonde, The Annapolis Salute Breakfast for Two The Big Shot Borrowing Trouble Boots of Destiny Bulldog Drummond Comes Back Bulldog Drummond's Revenge Clipper Wings Dangerously Yours Dangerous Adventure Ever Since Eve Love on Toast London By Night FOR GENERAL PA Make A Wish 100 Men and a Girl Meet the Missus Music for Madame New Faces On Such A Night One Mile From Heavel Over the Goal Rosalie Roll Along Cowboy Saturday's tteroes Announcement To our friends in North Little Rock And Vicinity WE ARE NOW OPERATING Station No. 2 at 200 East Broadway 210 MAIN ST. Announces New Price Cut In Your business will be appreciated Men's Shoes s3.30 . . . Wright Service (o., Inc. $1.98 3 for 85e LADIES SHOES "d'h to oruee $3.98 Leo Kordsmeler, Manager Reid Flnan 210 MAIN ST. HOSIERY 59c to 89c Broadway at Second Little Rock Phone 6143 Phone 8373 200 East Broadway North Little Rock U. S. Tires and Btter|es -- Standard Gasoline of Emperor's Candlesticks She Loved a Fireman First Lady She Asked For It Fit for a King That's My Story The Great Garrick The Devil Is Driving Heidi The Girl Said No Hideout in the Alps The Shadow Strikes Hold 'Em Navy Thin Ice Hot Water Tops of the Town It's Love I'm After Varsity Show Lancer Spy Wise Girl i Life Begins in College When Love Is Young Life Begins With Love Windjammer Life of the Party Wee Willie Winkle Love and Hisses Western Gold Love Under Fire You Can't Beat Love. CLASS B. -- UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS: Alcatraz Island All Baba Goes to Town The Awful Truth Artists and Models i The Bride Wore Red Conquest Back in Circulation Big City Blonde Trouble DangerLove at Work ' Dangerously Yours Double Wedding Double or Nothing Easy Living Forty Naughty Girls Footloose Heiress The Good Earth History Is Made at Night Last Train from Madri Live, Love and Learn Living on Love Madame X Merry Go Round of 1931 Paid to Dance Partners in Crime Public Wedding Slave Ship Saratoga Second Honeymoon Some Blondes Are Dm Stage Door 52nd Street Toast of New York Topper The Woman I Love You Can't Have Every High Flyer / CLASS C.  CONDEMNED Between Two Women Two Who Dared Damaged Goods Women Men Marry Wine, Women and Horses Adolf Armstark WHERE TO HEAR MA ALTUS. -- 1st, 8rd and 4th Sundays wt 7:80 and 10:00; 2nd and 5th Sundays at 7:80. ATKINS.--lst, 2nd and 4th Sundays at 8; 8rd and ,Sth Sundays 'at 8 and 10. Holydays at 6:80 and 8:80. BARL[NG.Mass at 9:00. BATESVILLE.2nd Sunday at 10:0O; 4h Sunday at 8:00. BRINKLEY.  Sundays at 8:80. CAMDEN.--Mass at 7:80 and 0:80. CHARLESTON.  1st, 8rd and 5th Sundays at 7:80 and 10:00; on 2nd and 4th Sundays at 10:00. CLARKSVILLE.  Mlss on Ist and 8rd Sunday at 10; 2nd and 4th and 5th Sundays at 8. COAL HILL,  2nd and 5th Sun. days at 10:00, CONWAY.  Sundays at 7:00 and 9:16: weekdays at 6:30. COTTER. -- 1st and 8rd Friday at 7:00 A. M.: 6th Sunday at 10:90. CRAWFORDSVlLLE. -- 2nd Sunday at 8:80. DARDANELLE.lst Sunday at 10. DE VALLS BLUFF.  2nd and 4th Sun&ays at 10:00. DeQUEEN.  Ist, 8rd and 6th Sun- days at I0:00; 2nd and 4th Sundays at 8:00. EL DORADO.  Mass at 7:80 and 10:00: on HoIdaye at 7:00 and 9:00. EUREKA SPRING.S  Ist and 2nd Sunday at 10:80: 8rd and 4th Sun- day at 8:00" 8th Sunday at 7:00. FAYETTEVILLE.  Sundays at 6:00 and 9:00. FOREMAN -- Mass on Ist. 8rd and 5th Sundays at 8:00. 2nd, and 4tr Sundays st 10:00. FORREST CITY.  Ist. 8rd and 8th Sundays at I0:80; 2nd and 4th Sundays at 8:00: Holyektys at 7:00. FORT SMITH: IMMACULATE CONCEPTION. Sundays at 6:00, 7:80, 9:00 and 11:00. ST. BONIFACE.  Sundays at 0:00 7:80. and 9:80: weekdays at 7:00. CHRIST THE KING.--Mass on Sun- day at 7:00, 0:00 and 11:80. ST. JOHN BAPTIST. (Coloced). Mass at 8:80. GILLETT.  Mass on 2nd and 6th Sundays at 10:80. HARRISON. -- 2nd Sunday at 0:00; 1st and 8rd Sturday at 0:00; 4th Sun- day at 10:80. HARTMAN.Ist and 9rd Sundays a  8; 2rid, 4h and 8th Sundays at 10. HELENA.  Mass on Sunday at 7:00 and 900; weekdays at 7:80. HOPE. -- 1st and 4th Sundays at 8:00; 2nd. 8rd and 6th Sundays at 10:00. HOT SPRINGS: ST. MARY'S  Sundays at 8:00 and 10:80; Holydays at 7:80 and 9:00; Weekdays at 7:80. ST. JOHN'S -- Mass at 8:00 and 10:00. HOXlE.Mass on Ist Sunday at 10:80; 2nO.. 4th and 5th Sundays at 9:00; Mass on 8rd Sunday at 8:00. JONESBORO.Mass at 8 and 10. KNOBEL.Mass o 1st Sunday at 8:00: on 8rd Sunday st 10:80. LAKE VILLAGE.--Maas at 8 and 10. LITTLE ROCKt CATHEDRAL -- Sun 7.No q.00 and 11:00. 7:00 and 8.00. .._ ST. EDWARD'S. Hol,ydays at 6:80. 7:00, 8:1 GOOD COUNSEL. -- days at 7:00, 9:00 all Weekdays at e:80 and 8:0 days at 6:00. 7:80 and 9:00 HOLY SOULS CHAP days at 8:00; Holydy# MAGNOLIA. -- 2rid Sulle 4th Sunday at 10:4. McCRORYlst Sunday $ Sundy at 8:00. MARCHEMass on Suc# MARIANNA, -- 1st, Srd J Sundays at 8:00; 2nd and ! at 10:80. Holydays at 9:00.. MARKED TREE. -- ]i Sunday at 10:00. MENA.Mass on Sunda MORRILTON.Mss at MORRISON BLUFF.--M and 9:80. NEWPORT.lst, 2nd $I Sundays at 8:00: 4th SundJ NEW BLAINE.Masc # and Holydays at 9".80. NORTH LITTLE ROCKs ST. MARY'S CHURCH, 8:00 and 10:00. ST. PATRICK'S.Maes 10:00. PARAGOULD,Ist 8rd # dys a 7:80 and 10; 2nd 10; 4th at 7:80. PARIS.  Mass at 8:00 g PIGGOTT.2nd Tuesday I PINE BLUFF Mass at 7:$ POCAHONTAS,  Sund and 0:00. Holydays at 5.48 PRAIRIE VIEW, -- Sun, or 10:00: Mon., Tues., and V PRESCOTT.  let Sun 8th Sunday at 8:00. i RATCLIFF.  2nd and at 7:80. RECTOR.2nd Sunday Sunday at 10. ROGERS,  Ist Sunday I and 4th Saturday at 9:00; at 10:80. RUSSELLVILLE.2nd days at 10. SCRANTON. -- Sundays 10:00: Thurs., FrL, ad Sat, SEARCY.  2ud and at 9:80. SLOVACTOWN.  Mass and Halydays at IS:00. STAMPS.  8rd Sunda STUTTGART.-Mass on 4th Sundays at 8:00 and on 2nd and Sbh Sundays X ST. VINCENT.  Sunda days at 7:00 and 9:80. SUBIACO.  Masses at 6:80, 7:80, 9:80. TEXARKANA.Mass o 8 and I0; cn Holydays a,t! on weekdays at 8. TONTITOWN.--Mass at WEINER. -- Sundays at WEST MEMPHIS,  I and 6th Sundays at 6:80  at 7:00.