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I PERSONAL and SOCIAL00^ L EMS =  STORIES " Telephone Or Send Social Items to The Guardian  SUBMITTED Office, 309 West Second St., Phone 5486, by | MUST BE Noon Tuesday. | SIGNED The Ladies Auxiliary of the[ Subiaco Alumni Association are I Victory Corps sponsoring a benefit bingo and[ YtA L&apos;- __ c party at the Lafayette Hotel l ln ,ueeung mary 21 at 8 o clock. Tickets Plenty of door prizes In At Subiaco 0 a raffle will be held, with for 10c each or three for Subiaco.--Coach R. P. Maus and 1 first prize a $25.00 War t second prize a set of dishes a third prize a gallon of wine. chairman, Mrs. Julian Nab- I extends a cordial invitation to all. St. Andrew's Cathedral Moth- ers' Club, Mrs. W. C. Bray, Jr., President, will meet in the school Parlors at 2:30 P.M. on Thursday, January 21st. 1943 * e s CATHOLIC ART * CALENDARS * Beautiful calendars, 9 1-2 x 17 * in * s ches tn size, each month a , eparate p a g e, illustrated * , hroughout with choice relt- * .gious pictures in beautiful * " COlors. All Feast and Fast * Days shown. Each date at- * traetively set off with a * s Scriptural quotation. A pray- * e er for the month at the top of * :_eh page. Order from The * .UUardian for immediate de- * _ ttVery. * Price 3Oc each, postage paid. , he distribution of these eal- * , [Odors is s service feature of * , "ghe Guardian. Sold without * , to encourage every Ca- * , home to have a Catholic * , ]hANTED---Housekeeper for par- 1 in diocese. Write Box H, The GUardis, 309 1-2 West 2nd, Lit- tle Rock, Ark. -. WANTED---Girlor woman to do PRAYER BOOK FOR R E L I G I O U S Size 7 x 5 inches 1,200 Poses A PRACTICAL GIFT FOR ANY SISTER OR NUN !! Ig,,thing like this book in scope, an, and practical utility; noth- t 1 ls equal to it in regard to eom- | tieteness and variety of devo- !!OUs has ever before been ,o, o, lblished in English, or probab- H ly In any language. L No. 280Imit. Leather levant grain, lip limp, round corners, gold title, red edges ........ . ........... :t: NO. 2S2American t e a 1 Le . limp gold edges . $5.50 Order from The Guardian the Rev. Christopher Paladins, of the Subiaco Academy faculty, at- tended a regional meeting last Friday of the victory corps, nation- al wartime organization for the high schools. This is among the earliest meetings of the kind held at Subiaco. J. L. Taylor, state director, ex- plained the nature and scope of the physical fitness program, one of the big objectives of the corps. A demonstration of activities that fit into the physical fitness setup was given by Fort Smith high school boys directed by Ben, I. Mayo, director of athletics at Fort Smith senior high school Other speakers included J. W. Ramsey, president of Fort Smith junior college, Elmer Cook, prin- cipal of Fort Smith high school, Dr. M. I. Owens, of the state de- partment of education, Virgil Cole- man, superintendent of the Van Buren schools. Subiaco Academy has its victory corps organized and is proceeding with a physical fitness program that will be intensified as the term goes on. Daily workouts for the entire student body are held at six o'clock in the gym, under direction of Father Christopher. Football, basketball, baseball, handball, tennis, swimming, hik- ing, and all other sports at the school will be fitted into the phy- sical fitness program of the vic- tory corps, which has five main sections. The Bey. George Strassner, an experienced organizer, has aided greatly in establishing the victory corps at Subiaco, and the Rev. Clement Schmidt is its director. Mrs. Beck To Direct use Hospitality Little Rock.--Mrs. Joe Bec v-ill serve as chairman of the Club Hospitality Committee which will serve at the use, NCCS Club on Sunday, January 17th. Those assisting on the commit- tee are: Mrs. George Porbeck, Mrs. Arthur Alexander, Mrs. Henry Mooney, Mrs. Matilda Booth, Mrs. Joe Oberle, Mrs. Anna Mae Booth, Mrs. Vernon Oberle Mrs. Herman Ghent and Mrs. A. A. Oberle. Coffee'and sweet rolls will be served in the morning and chick- en salad sandwiches and coffee in the afternoon. A man must strive long and mightily within himself before he ean Is.am fully to master himself. and to draw his whole heart into God. 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THE GUARDIAN, JANUARy 15, 1943 PAGE THREE I i I ii II I 0rdinati0ns To DESIGNS NEW VATICAN COINAGE In his Vatican workshop, Prof. F. Mistruzzi, designer of Papal postal issues, coins and medals, completes a model depicting Pope Pius XII and the Papal Coat of Arms, used in preparing the coinage of the money issued in Vatican City this year. (N.C.W.C.) Holy Priesthood Annouuced 6reater Little Rock Activities The St. Anthony Sodality will receive Holy Communion at the 7 o'clock Mass on Sunday. The prayers for the Church Unity Octave will begin Monday, The Feast of the Chair of St. Peter, and end on the following Monday, the Feast of the Conver- sion of St. Paul.  The prayers will be said at all Masses. Good Counsel has" now paid $3,- 300.00 on its pledge to St. John's Seminary. The monthly meeting of the Good Counsel Unit of the National Council of Catholic Women will be held on Monday afternoon at 2 p.m., in the school hall. The Senior Players of Good' Counsel Parish will present a play and motion pictures Sunday afternoon at threa o'clock in the school hall. Free will offering. The entertainment will last long" enough for all to go directly to church for the novena for Peace and Victory. All are invited. Mission Prayers For Heathen Youth Who Know Not Christ When one considers the untiring efforts being exercised by the Communist and .,Socialist leaders to inculcate their pernicious doc- trines upon the youth of their sev- eral countries we appreciate the desire of the Holy See for the prayers of the faithful in behalf of the "heathen youth who know not Christ". Impregnated by the fallacies of pagan superstitions and idolatry they must be sheltered from the contaminating influences of the various "isms" which are offered as the panaceas for all the ailments of this unhappy world. Actually they merely constitute another form of idolatry which substitutes adoration of the state for the worship of the divinities of the various pagan lands. Only the doctrines of the Re- deemer will elevate heathen youth to the high levels of real Chris- tianity. Its charity will provoke a loving interest in the needs of the poor, the hopeless, the aged. Its hope will defy the fallacies of transmigration by bridging time and eternity with the glory of the I Resurrection. Its faith will re- store women to their lawful place i even as it will evaluate anew the preciousness of human life. The Church therefore recom- mends to the prayers of the faith- ful "the heathen youth who know not Christ." As a wise Mother she realizes that they constitute the potential leaders of the future, and, if once won to the knowledge and love of God will develop into the most loyal defenders of Christian- Sty. I1' Ill ill I Orphanage Begins | Next Sunday North Little Rock. -- Forty Hours Devotion at St. Joseph's  Orphanage will open in the orphanage chapel with High 1 Mass of Exposition at 7 a.m., Sunday, January 17th. The Most Blessed Sacrament will be t exposed throughout Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. The close of the devotion will take place on Tuesday night, Jan- uary 19th, at 7:45. The Guardian Is Being Sent To Helena Library Guardian Office. The Public :Library of Helena, Ark., is now receiving The Guardian beginning with this week's issue. The secretary of the Sacred Heart Mission Crusade, Miss Dorothy Greenwell of Sacred Heart Academy, forwarded a $2.00 check from their organization this week with the comment: "Tim Crusaders are paying for this sub- scription as a means of sp/'eading Catholic truth." The Crusaders of Helena are - ! OrTdiha?:wing dates for Ordina- aeh;uctLilidry Retreat " tions to the Holy Priesthood have I The Rev. Thomas H. Lillis, Pas- been announced recentl ]tor of St. Edward's Church, Texar- ! His Excellency the Most Rev-]kana, Arkansas, will conduct the erend Joseph P. Lynch, D.D., lannual Retreat at St. John's Semi- Bishop of Dallas, Texas, will im-naryl : this .year. The Retreat. will pose hands on the keys. John H. I begln Wednesday evenmg, Feb- :Morse, Bernard H. Loughrey, Wal- ruary 3 and will close with Mass I ter P. Silk and John V. McCallum, and the Papal Blessing on Sun- all for the Diocese of Dallas. The day, February 7. ordination ceremony will be held We feel sure that the three days at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Dallas, Texas, on January 31. His Excellency the Most Rev. William L. Adrian, D.D., Bishop of Nashville, Tenn., will ordain to the priesthood the Bees. Joseph P. Gresham, John P. Baltz and Joseph B. Tarpy, from St. John's Seminary, and the Re,. Thomas Woodley from Kenrick Seminary. The ordination ceremony will take place in Chattanooga, Tenn., the home parish of the Bees. Joseph P. Gresham and Thomas Woodley. The Rev. Paul A. Wachtrle, for the Diocese of Grand Island, Ne- braska, and the Bees. John J. Boyce, William J. Burke, Jesse C. Cheney and John C. O'Dwyer, for the Diocese of Little Rock, Arkansas, will receive the priest- very active and this gesture to hood at the hands of His Excel- % h I s r a h leney the Most Reverend John B see that the Cat ol'e Pre.s e e - . . es the general public anticipates Morris, D.D., Bshop of Little the purpose of Catholic Press oc on unaay,_eo.ruary 14, at Month of February. it..Anarew s tameoral. It is the hope of members of ]B:riolEoXnC:lwlen y estalVlc? t DR.: The Guardian Board tl',t other .  ; ions an' 'ocieti s Isnp of camaen, New Jersey, active organizat d ' e . . .......  - will ordam to the Holy Priesthood will respona o me anm uncemems I at ......... ....... ,. ., + .... , me immaculate oncepllon tJa- or atnolle Press v, m,, , ,:= thedral on A ' "" that our diocesan paper reaches , prfl 10, me Roy, the general public. Complete Plans For Bp. Hoban's Installation Cleveland. (E)-- Plans for the solemn installation of ti. Most Rev. Edward F. Hoban a:; Coad- jutor Bishop of Cleveland were nearing completion. Bishop Hobart will be met in Chicago and accompanied .: his city by a reception eommitt:e from the diocese. He will arrive in Cleveland on Wednesday. an- uary 20. That evening the t\\;,I ).t Roy. Archbishop Joseph Sch;' :!'s. Bishop of Cleveland', will bc h,:.st at dinner at his residence tr ', visiting Bishops come to attend Bishop Hoban's installation. The solemn installation will ,!:, place in the Cathedral the foil,n-,,:.. ing day, Thursday, January ll The Papal documents of Bh:hc Hoban's appointment will be rc,ct before the congregation by th* official notary, after which Arc"- bishop Schrembs will welcome h;:: Coadjutor and Bishop Hoban will respond. Bishop Hobart will then be celebrant of a Solemn Ponti- fical Mass. 'Red Mass' In Capital Is Set For January 17 Washington. ()-- With Justices of the United States Supreme Court and subordinate courts, and members of the cabinet, diplomatic corps and Congress among the in- vited' guests, the annual "Red Mass" traditionally associated with the opening of the courts and legis- lative bodies, will take place in the National Shrine of the Im- maculate Conception at Catholic University of America Sunday morning, January 17. Invitations to the Solemn Vo- tive Mass of the Holy Spirit were issued in the name of the Most Rev. Michael J. Curley, Arch- bishop of Baltimore and of Wash- ir..gton and Chancellor of the Uni- versity, and the executive" of- ;leers of the university and faculty o the School of law. You will quickly be deceived, if you only look to the outward ap- pearance of men. % James J. Gallagher. The Rev. John H. Morse, stu- dent for the Diocese of Dallas, Tex., received the orders of Sub- diaconate and Diaconate at the hands of His Excellency the Mosl Bey. Albert L. Fletcher, D.D., Au- xiliary Bishop of Little Rock, January 6 and 10 respectively. He will receive the Priesthood with his companions for the Dio- cese of Dallas January 31. Studies Resumed At'St. John's i Christmas Holidays were closed and the Seminary Course was re- sumed on the evening of January 6 with Solemn Benediction with the Most Blessed Sacrament giv- en by the Bey. Jose)h A. Murray, assisted by the Bey. Mr. Paul A. Wachtrle, Deacon, and the Rev. Mr. John H. Morse, Subdeacon. Mr i Francis J. Murphy was Master of Ceremonies. Why burden your loved ones with funeral expenses when a Healey & Roth Superior Service may be provided for now for just a few cents a month in dues to The Healey & Reth Burial Association? Fixed rates according to age, and full benefits from the start. Why not consult us now? We have a plan for every need. Healey & Roth we will spend under the direc- tion of Father Lillis will be filled with blessings. Appointment The Rev. Francis J. TaR, alum- nus of St. John's ordained on De- cember 21, has been appointed as- sistant at St. Anthony's Church, Southern Pines, North Carolina. Besides his duties as assistant, he has beengiven charge of the Pine Bluff Mission which came into existence last fall when a stable was c0nverted into a Missionary Church. It seems prophetical that Father Tait should be appointed to awaken those who sleep in the darkness of error from the pulpit erected in a stable, precisely when we finish celebrating the dawn of Redemption which from the stable of Bethlehem cast off the torpid slumber of many. Note of' Interest.it was an unusual sight to see a large num- ber of seminarians from St. John's 309 1-2 West Second St. LIHle Rock, Ark. THE GUARDIAN No. 101Beautiful Sterling Silver combination Scapular and St. Sebastian medal inscribed "patron of athletes pray for us. On back, "St: Sebastian martyr, athlete, soldier." On neat card. Each ........................................................... $2.50 No. 90--Untarnishable medal and chain, inscribed on face of medal is, "Mary Our Mother, protect our Boys." St. Christopher medal on back. Each ................................. 00e No. 90A.--Same medal as No. 90 in Sterling Silver ............ $2.50 No. 96--Sterling Silver chain and Scapular and Miraculous pendant. To open slide from let to right, 24 inch chain. Each .................................................................................... $2.00 No. $1---Soldered link chain with miraculous medal. Eaeh-_35c No. 86---Gold, 10k, Little Flower medal and chain. Each___$5.00 No. 97---Sterling Silver ehain and Lavalliere with Seapular medal concealed. Each .... $1.50 For Immediate Delivery Write: 4th and Main Sis. Phone 9111 Little Rock, Ark. METRAILER AND HART Leaders in Better s SHOE REPAIRING And SHOE MAKING at moderate prices SINCE 1899 110 E. 4th St, Phone 4-0718 Cathedral Low Masses Sunday at the Ca- thedral will be at 6, 7, 9 and 10 o'clock. High Mass at 11:00 o'clock. Masses at Holy Souls Chapel at 7:30 and 9:00 o'clock. Novena in Honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Sunday evening beginning at 7:45 p.m., followed by Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Novena to St. Theresa, the Lit- tle Flower, on Wednesday morn- ing following the 7 and 8 o'clock Masses. Regular "Inquiry Class" will be held at the Cathedral Rectory, 802 Center St., at 7:45 Tuesday even- rag. Confessions will be heard on Saturday from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., and then again from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m., also before the 7:00 and'9:00 o'clock Masses on Sunday. Regular weekly Bingo, bigger and better, will be sponsored' by the January Circle at the Parish Hall, 9th & Louisiana Sts., Wed- nesday night sharply at 8:15 p.m. The Cathedral School Mothers' Club will meet at the school par- lors Thursday, January 21, at 2:30 p.m. All mothers are asked to be present. Sunday is Communion Sunday for the Young People of the Par- ish. All are asked to receive Com- munion at the 9:00 o'clock Mass. S|. Edward's Church Masses Sunday will be at 5:30, 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00 o'clock. Ser- mon at all Masses on: "Contribut- ing Causes to Unhappy Marriages". The women of St. Edward's par- ish will receive Holy Communion at the 7:00 o'clock Mass. Novena of the Sacred Heart will be held on Sunday at 3:00 p.m. Daily Masses are at 6:30 and 8:30 o'clock. Novena to Our Lady of Perpet- ual Help on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Social The congregation and friends will be entertained Tuesday nighs at 8:15. The parish is introducing at this time our NEW PLAN of bigger and better entertainments during the year. Open to all. St. Patrick's Church North Little Rock Masses Sunday at 7, 9 and ll o'clock. Novena for Victory and Bene- diction of the Most Blessed Sacra- ment at 3 o'clock Sunday after- noon. Sunday is Communion Day for girls of the parish. The Mission collection will be observed from January 18 to Jan- uary 25. Prayers for intention of tim Octave will be said follow- ing the daily Masses. The weekly social will be held in tim hall at 8 o'clock Monday evening, sponsored by the Holy Name Society, with John Hum as chairnan, assisted by John Pru- niski, W. J. McDermott, Wm. Pitts, John Engelberger, Alex Makoski and C. H. Creasy Good Counsel Novena for Peace and Victory is held every Sunday afternoon at five o'clock, followed by Bene- diction of the Most Blessed Sacra- ment. Novena in honor of St. Anthony and veneration of his relic follows all Masses on Tuesday morning. Novena to the Little Flower and Novena to the Blessed Sacrament is held every Friday night with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Bingo for the Building Fund to- night will be in charge of the Jan- uary committee of the Altar Soc- iety. Activities begin at 8:15 o'clock. SAVE MONEY ON Fire Auto INSURANCE See JOHN H. TUOHEY With A. W. Slo Ins. Ageny Phone 4-4121 13-214 Exchange Bldg. Size 4 1-2x8 I-. 1850 pages No. 207 -- The New Roman Missal, Imlt. Leather, levant, srain, limp, round corners, old side and back title, red adge* .... $3.7S No. 207A -- The New Roman Missal, American Seal leather, limp, gold aide and back, red edses ............................. $7.00 No. 2  Genuine leather Case with button snap clasp |astener, Special, each .......................................... $I,00 Order From The Guardian S09 West. 2nd Little Rook, Ark. Latin and English Prayers for All Masses Forty Hour's Devotion Explanation of Church Year Short Lives of Saints Explanation of Symbols Prayers for.. Private.. Devo- tions Contents IN LITTLE ROCK SINCE 1905 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Drug Company Hegarty by Father Lasance / THE NEW ROMAN MISSAL assist at the First Solemn Mass of the Rev. Francis J. Tait in the church of the Resurrection, Phil, adelphia, Pa. All the seminarians who live in Philadelphia (over thirty) were present. Examinations Mid-year examinations will be- gin on Thursday, January 28, and Will end Tuesday, February 2. Wednesday, February 3, the Feast of St. Blase, will be in the inter- term holiday at the Seminary. The Retreat, starting Wednesday night, Feb. 3, will mark the beginning of the Second Semester. Note Of Thanks i We wish to extend our sincere thanks to all those who contribut- ed to the happiness of the Priests, Students and Sisters of the Semi- nary at Christmas time. We thank in particular the Roy. Edward N. Hinckley, Pastor of Our Lady of the Lake Church, Lake Village, Ark., for the supply of pecans he sent us and the kind people of Carlisle for the supply of linens they contributed to the Seminary.