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THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 29, 1938 PAGE THRFK IALL SOCIAL L and SOCIAL lephone t OFFICE BY or Send Social Items to The Guard-TNoo N TUES Office, 3091/ W. Second St. Phone 5486./DAY. Catholic Business Women's of Greater Little Rock will a card party in the ballroom HOtel Marion on Monday January 31, at 8 o'clock, 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- was held at the home of the tion at 6:30, 7:30, 9:30 and 12:05 bride's parents. Miss Mary Louise noon. Lueken of Helena presided over Weekday Masses the wedding cake. The bride is a Masses are celebrated each graduate of Good Counsel School 802 Center Street, every Tuesday " 00$EMINARy N E WS SECURING FOR HOME MISSIONS THE EDUCATION AND TRAIN-  , =:= -:- ' .== ' .... :.= ....... i ":=t 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 information and the benefits shared by contri- butors, and likewise all donations, should be sent to the Rector, Rt. Rev. Msgr. James P. Gaffney, Ph. D., St. John's Seminary, Little Rock, Arkansas. St. John's Seminary Burses Hot Springs 10.0O Mid-year examinations for the students of the Home Missions Seminary will be held from Thurs. day, January 27, until Tuesday, February 1, inclusive. Wednes- day, February 2, will be observed as mid-term holiday and a musi- cale will be given in the evening ket, Scott-MaYer Commission Co., the Colonial Baking Co., and the members of the N. C. C. W. unit of the Church of St. Rose, Car- lisle. In addition to their dona- tions of foodstuffs, the ladies of the mission church of Carlisle gave added proof of their interest benefit of the scholarship There will be a prize at table and numerous attend- prizes. The officers of the and the committee in charge Party Will be hostesses for -----_.___ Misg Margie Taaffee, of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie of Foreman, Ark., has at the Arkansas Crippled Home for the past two receiving treatments. She to return home about of this week. Communion Sun- the Catholic Daughters of lea Will be held at St. Ed- church on Sunday, Febru- Miss Elsie Jansen is in of arrangements for the Altar Society of the St. Shrine in North Little Will hold its first card party Valentine,s Day, Monday, ary 14. Mrs. Leo Van Gels, i of the society, will be i by all the members of As this is the first sponsored by the so- is hoped that all the St. Anne's will lend Whole hearted support to it a hugh success. C. W. U. Missionary Aid Qreater Little Rock will home of Mrs. Theodore on Park Hill on Tuesday February 1. All mem- . ad their friends are cordi- to attend and help the missions. Shlyter-Johnston edding of Miss Emma daughter of Mr. C. G. A. Sluyter of Lit- and William Wathen son of Mrs. Mac H. L' Monroe, La., and the Wathen Johnston, Monday morning, 17, at Our Lady of Good Church, with the Rt. Rev. H. Wernke, pastor, assisted by the Very J. J. Healy. The mUSic was played by Miss organist. Mr. sang "I Love You and "Ave Maria.'" The Was given in marriage was lovely in her of royal blue velvet to matcl and her American beauty lilies of the valley. Mrs. L Lueken of Helena, At- sister of the bride, was honor, and she. wore black silk crepe with accessories. Her cor- carnations. Miss bridesmaid, was gold silk crepe with in brown. Her corsage carnations. Vick A. of the bride, best man. Following the a wedding breakfast and Mt. St. Mary's acadevny, where she was a member of the basket- ball team. The bridegroom is a graduate of Little Rock High school and Little Rock Junior Col- lege, and is now attending the University of Arkansas School of Medicine. Out-of-town guests for the wedding were Mrs. C. B. Johnston, grandmother of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Hughes, uncle and aunt of the groom, all of Monroe, La.; and his mother, !Mrs. Mae H. Jonhston of Monroe, formerly of Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Johnston are now at home at 1523 McGowan street. St. Edward's 9th and Sherman Sts. JANUARY 30, 1938 Fourth Sunday After Epiphany Masses, 5:30, 7, 8:30 and 10:30. Sermon topic: "Too Much Faith," gospel text: "Why are you fear- ful, O ye of little faith?" Matt. 8, 26. High Mass at 10:30 a. m. Evening Devotions Eucharistic hour with congrega- tional singing, Catechetical lesson on Faith, followed by Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament, at 7:30 p.m. Novena St. Edward's will celebrate the Novena of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Tuesday night at 7:30.-- Rev. Lawrence Hoyt, O. S. B., pastor. NOTICE Mobile, Ala. To the Editor, The Guardian: A constant reader wishes through the medium of your valuable paper to locate their missing son. The information given is as follows: JAMES PATRICK CONNER, 411 Fulton Road, 18 years old; height five feet six inches, black hair, slender build, 115 pounds, went away from Mobile with a couple who employed him in Mo- bile to work with them in repair- ing stained glass windows of churches. In Mobile this couple stopped at the Gilbert Hotel. With the permission of his parents, James Conner went with them to New Orleans. He was last heard from in Little Rock. In" Vicks- burg the couple changed their name to Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman. Manley is a man 30 or 35 years old, small build, weighing about 130 pounds. His wife is small with black bushy hair. The parents of James Conner are anxious about him, and any- one having irtformation of his whereabouts, please notify the Chief of Police in Mobile. REV. GEO. W. KEYES, Cathedral. Without joy of spirit man can accomplish little good here below, for he can make but small effort under depression and discourage-i ment. ALENDAR .-T. A.--Meets second Thursday of each month. LUncheon at I:00 p. m. AID SOCIETY--Meets every first Monday of the in the Cathedral School parlors, 503 E. 8th St.,, 3:15. P.-T. A.--Meets the third Thursday of every month in School Parlors, 503 E. 6th 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 CathedralMeets first and third Thursday at 7:30 p. m. in the Cathe- Vestry YOUNG PEOPLES' SOCIETY--Meets every sec- Ond Thursday of the month in Good Counsel ball. 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 SOCIETYMeets second Monday of  each in Good Counsel Hall at 8 p. m. COLUMBUS--Meeting first and third Tuesday of month at Knights of Columbus Hall, 609 Scott St. SOCIETY.--Meets every third Thursday of the month 8:00 p. m., St. Edward's Hall CIVIC CLUB--Meeting is held on third Thttday of month. C' AMERICA, Our Lady of Perpetual elp, Court No. 1223, meets every second Thursday in e Cathedral School Parlors, 503 East 6th Street. KNIGHTS OF AMERICA--Meets every 2nd Wednesday the month, at 8 p. m., at St. Edward's Church. [NESS WOMEN'S CLUB OF LITTLE ROCK.--Meets Second Monday of each month. Dinner meeting at Peacock Tea Room at 6:15 p. m. evening at 7:45 o'clock. Complete St. Mary's Burse, Hot Springs; Little Flower Novena Msgr. Tobin Burse, Little Rock; Devotions of the novena in hon- Alumni Burse, in honor of St. or of St. Therese, the Little Flow- John the Baptist; Bishop Byrne Burse; Rev. Joachim F. Galloni er of Jesus, are held every Wed- Burse. 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. Bishop Fitzgerald Burse 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 ...... 100.0O Mrs. Ernest Botto, Ft. In memory of Mrs. H. McMahon ................ 10.0O Memorial Crusade Unit _ 33.31 In memory of J. M. Schwartz ..................... 20.00 In memory of Mary F. Flaherty ................. 100.00 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 Total $723.40 Arkansas Courts Catholic Daugh- ters of America State Courts .o.__oium.241.00 Knights This Burse 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 State Council, 1933 ....... 177.75 State Council, 1934 ..... 164.40 State Council, 1935 ...... 201.80 State Council, 1936 ....... 178.00 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, jand enroll- ment in the Miraculous Medal. Instruction Class A class of instruction in the teachings of the Catholic Church is held in the Cathedral Rectory, The Cathedral Hour The Cathedral Hour program to be given Sunday, January 30, will have as the speaker, the Rev. Ed- ward R. Maloy, assistant at the Cathedral. Father Maloy will speak on "Apostolicity, an Essen- tial Mark of the Church of Christ. On Sunday, February 6, the Rev. Clairborne Lafferty, teacher of history at the Catholic High School, will speak on "Authority, an Attribute of the True Church of Christ." The Cathedral Aid Society The regular monthly meeting of the Cathedral Aid Society will be held at the Cathedral School par- lors, 503 East Sixth street, Mon- day, February 7, at 2:30 o'clock. Circle Activltias A largely attended meeting of Circle No. 2, Mrs. George Dana- her, chairman, was held at the home of Mrs. C. A. Roth, Friday, January 21. Luncheon was served at the noon hour by the hostess. The next meeting of this circle will be held Friday, the 28th, at Mrs. Bland's party house, 518 Ridgeway, with Mrs. Max Haden as hostess, with luncheon at 12:30 noon. Circle No. 1, Mrs. Ralph Adams, chairman ,had a well attended luncheon and social meeting at the home of Mrs. J. C. McFarland, 136 South Woodrow,'Thursday at ]2:30. Following the meeting a social was enjoyed. Circle No. 4, Mrs. G. J. Shrad- er, chairman, held a largely at- tended and very successful card party. Prizes were awarded at each table and there were a num- ber of door prizes. Circle No. 5, Mrs. John L. Ken- ney, chairman, will conduct a card party at the school parlors Fri- day with a large attendance ex- pected to be present. There will be prizes at each table and a large number of door prizes. This circle is also planning to have a raviola sale on Tuesday, February I, at the school hall with Mrs. M. D. Rossi in charge. A raviola lunch- eon will be served at'the noon hour. The Cathedral School Mothers Club The Mothers club of the Cathe- dral school held a very successful PASTORS AND TEACHERS Train Children to Participete in the Mass by Using "School Children's Prayerbook" Congregational Mass, Prayers By Rev. Lawrlmce HoFt, O. S. B. Available at. B Herdor Book Co., Blmzlsev Brothera. E. M. Lohmann Co., Frederick Pustet Co., or the au- thor. 81S St.. Little Rock. Smith .................... 100.00 .............. Total .................... $4,387.60 Total ................................ $1769.33 Alumni Burse  In Honor of The Blessed Trinity This Burse is the second foun- dation made by th 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 of 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 .............. 10.00 In memory of John M. Murray ................... 10.0O Jubilee offering, luncheon at the schogl hall Thurs- day, January 20, attended by a large number of mothers of the children attending the school. The luncheon was served by Mrs. Bud- denberg, assisted by a number of the members of the club. Fol- lowing the luncheon a meeting of the club was held in the school parlors with Mrs. E. R. Kemp, president, in the chair. Among the activities planned by this so- ciety in the near future is a card party to be held at the Cathedral school parlors with Mrs. W. T. Gilmore, chairman, in charge. A very interesting report was made by Mrs. J. J. Slattery, chairman of the daily cafeteria held at the school. A report was also made by the treasurer, Mrs. W. F. Lewis. The meeting was one of the most successful and best attended that the club has held this year. Blessed Virgin's Sodality There will be a meeting of the Blessed .Virgin's Sodality on Thursday, February 3, at 7:45 o'clock. Washington Birthday Supper The Cathedral Aid Society will sponsor a Washington Birthday supper an d soiree on Tuesday, February 22. A chicken supper will be served from 5 to 8 p. rm in the ball, ollowed by a social in the school parlors. A family dance program will be held in the hall, beginning at 9 o'clock. Tickets have been priced at 50 cents. Mrs. J. O. Martin, second vice president. of the Aid Society, Will be chair- man of the event. Mrs. Louise Keller will' be in charge of the culinary department, assisted by Mrs. Myra Franz, Miss Bessie Cavanaugh, Mrs. Ralph Adams, k Sacred Ileart Burse Balance, Feb. 1, 1930 ...... $1041.05 Thanksgiving .................. 132.00 George Reidmuller _ 5.00 L. P. Zureher 2.80 Mrs. Ed Ash ............. 2.{}0 M. P. Gengler 25.00 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 ......... 10.00 George Bergmon ............. 5.00 Memory of Msgr. Aretz.._ 10.00 Holy Angels Convent, Jonesboro .................... 23.00 "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 Cassie N. Coleman 25.00 Anonymous ....................... 184.08 Total ............................ $1925.94 Miss Susie Zeisler, Mrs. Jennie Halberstadt, Mrs. W. E. Shallow, Mrs. J. C. McFarland, Mrs. C. A. Roth, Mrs. F. H. Severson, Mrs. J. Frank Cherry, and Mrs. F. A. Besiegel. The dining room com- mittee is as follows: Miss Nell Eagan, chairman; Mrs. E. G. Re- ville, Mrs. T. W. Chichester, Mrs. Joseph Beck, Mrs. W. T. Gilmore, Mrs. E. R. Kemp, Mrs. F. A. Be- siegel. The following girls will assist in the dining room: Misses Margaret McKiernan, Mabel KeN ten, Helen Keller, Catherine Mc- Carthy, Catherine Sharp, Marion Raley, Billye Mahoney, Tracy Madigan, Bobbye Hudgens, Jua- nita Hudgens and Selma Porbeck. Mrs. Edward O'Brien will have by the Seminary choristers. The program, under the direction of the Rev. Mr. James Allen who will also be the accompanist, will fea- ture Messrs. Frank McKee, Ar- thur Pietrowiak, Leland Bolds, Joseph Gresham, Joseph Nelson, Joseph Erbrick, Charles Diamond, Lawrence Portrey and Frank La- vin. Messrs. Joseph King and James McDonnell will render solos and Mr. Frank Fitzgerald Will give a dramatic recitation with violin obligato by Mr. Leland Bolds. Community singing will bring the program to a close. The annual retreat for the semi- narians will begin on Wednesday, February 16, at 8 o'clock in the evening, and close on. Sunday morning, February 29, at 7:15 o'clock. The Rev. James E. O'Con- nell, member of the faculty of Catholic High School, Little Rock, will conduct the retreat. The members of the ordination class are the preachers at the Solemn Masses in the Major Semi- nary chapel on Sundays. The series of sermons, inaugurated on the first Sunday after the Christ- mas vacation will continue until the Sunday before the ceremony of ordination to the priesthood. To date, sermons have been preached by the Rev. Messrs. James Nugent, Joseph Doyle, Wil- liam Galvin, Francis Murphy and Lawrence Maus. On Sunday, Jan- uary 30, the Rev. Mr. Leo Vif- uain will deliver the sermon. We gratefully acknowledge gifts from the C. Finkbeiner Meat Mar- Catholic Business Women's Club Invitation Extended by Catholic Business Women Little Rock, Jan. 24.The card party to be given Monday eve- ning, January 31 at 8 o'clock, in the ball room of the Hotel Marion is an annual affair of the Cath- olic Buisiness Women of Greater Little Rock for the benefit of their scholarship fund. The officers of the club and the party commit- tee will be hostess for the eve- ning. There will be table and attend- ance prizes, as well as other fea- tures to make this an enjoyable affair for those attending. The prizes are unusually beautiful and practical. Bridge and other games will be played during the evening. The Catholic Business Women's charge of the tickets and will be club sponsor a student at St. assisted by Mrs. Frank Cherry Mary's academy, providing the and Mrs. Frank Cornil. :funds to give a business educa- Knowing the narrow limits of the human heart, and its preoc- cupations with selfish and inter- ested pursuits, we can easily con- ceive how rare a true and sincere friend must be. Father Faber writes that if we find one faithful friend in a lifetime we may con- sider ourselves privileged. Joylessness leaves man a prey to all degrading influences, and the more he gives himself up to these, the farther he drifts from the sources of joy. H ii ii I RENOVATING AND REFELTING Only Plant Equipped to Refer LITTLE ROCK MATTRESS COMPANY 1715 E. Ninth Pit. 4-0828 BERNARD T. HEINZE SOLICITS YOUR INSURANCE BUSINESS (All Kinds Except Life) WITH RIGHTsELL-COLLINS-BARRY-DONHAM, Inc. Insurance  Eats, ten  Investments  Real Estate Loans 218 Louisiana Street :-: Phones 4-331,---L. D. 103 in the Home Missions Seminary by contributing generously to the fund for educating worthy young men for he priesthood. It is an example that challenges the inter- est of our parishes, especially those that are larger and fi- nancially better. The sixth anniversary of the death of the Rev. Mr. Samuel De- Marco of the class of 1932 was solemnly commemorated on Fri- day, January 21. Monsignor Gal- agher was the celebrant of the Mass in the chapel of the Major Seminary. The Rev. Mr. Thomas Murphy was deacon and the Rev. Mr. Stanislaus Gorak was sub- deacon. Mr. Vincent Nepple was master of ceremonies. The vice rector was the cele- brant of the tenth anniversary of the death of Mr. Alessandro Bomento, who died December 28, 1927, three months after he en- tered the preparatory seminary. Dr. Joseph Roe, beloved semi- nary physician was remembered on January 24, the third month of his passing. Monsignor Gal- lagher, celebrant of the Solemn Mass of Requiem, was assisted by the Rev. Mr. James Allen, deacon, and the Rev. Mr. John Murphy subdeacon. Mr. Frank McKee was master of ceremonies. The Rev. Edward P. Garrity observed the anniversary of his mother's death on Saturday, Jan- uary 22, in the Major Seminary chapel, With a Solemn Requiem Mass, the Rev. Mr. Gorak was deacon and the Rev. Thomas Mur- phy was subdeacon. I tion to a Catholic girl in a Cath- olic environment. The scholar- ship is awarded to some worthy girl who would otherwise be un- able to have this advantage, and it is for this purpose that the pro- ceeds of this party will be used. Tickets may be obtained from any of the members or at the door, the price being 25 cents per per- son. The chafrman, Mrs. J. J. McGrath, extends a most cordial invitation to all those interested to attend this party. SLOWING GROWTH IN MOR- AL QUALITIES. "As soon as the child enters the Catholic school he is taught to act from religious motives and shows his ability to do so. Many parents are obvious- ly failing to train their children to do this. In general, retarda- tion in from one to three years in the development of moral qualities has been found to be the common occurrence, while even greater re- tardation showed itself in the mat- ter of religious development." RITZ GRILL "LITTLE ROCK'S NEWEST 521 Main Street SIX COURSE DINNER With fish or meat 50 EA FOODS. A Complete Menu, In- cluding Steaks, Chops and Sandwiches. J. T. Hornibrook & Stuart Roofing Co. Heating and Air Conditioning Sheet Metal Work and All Kinds of Roofing 209-11 East Markham Street Phone 4-2494 CHARLES M. TAYLOR C. H. RICHTER Taylor & Richter Incorporated All Lines of Insurance Except Life Phone 4-7661 406 Louldana