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Knishts of Columbus State Council 00ews J. P. Reynolds In the official report issued by the Supreme Council of the of Columbus showing the percentage of membership gain July 1st, and December 31st, 1941, the goal for this period set as 40 per cent of the assigned quota, the state of Arkansas a percentage gain of 71.9 per cent, nearly twice the required. new, reinstated, readmitted insurance and associate ad- Ls received at the Supreme office for the first six months of al year. splendid record should be a source of gratification to all it shows what can be done when we all work together te- a common purpose, but it also shows what still remains to be we achieve the 100 of the quota assigned, should also be an and encouragement to, me activities and determina- PUt Arkansas over to goal expiration of this fiscal the last of June. insert here a most ]m- The opinion of is swayed by the cir- s; some of which is on facts, some on pure To separate the chaff from is a difficult problem When the news pertains to )olitical or material af- when it effects the the most effective and antidote, is the Press Plus X said': "To to call oneself a and at the same time be I to the interest of the Press is a patent absur- Knight of Columbus a subscriber It takes just a year and a willing Lea subscriber, and that much to be taken absurd class that the even if you don't column. You should do our council should see that 0f The Guardian are sup- reading room, use or any place where to pass the time look for authentic in- Society For Propagation the Faith of Sacrifice. ask thta the zeal for the .f the Propagation of the our schools be incul- a view of training our to generosity in this re- school days have be- a distant memory. Sacri- matter large or small, be spontaneous of- grateful hearts, rather reluctant fulfillment of of a teacher or class other words, LOVE OF BE THE MOTIVE. riot;Te offering becomes a tax, and, when school over, the memory is not d the whole program be- Reverend J. Boardman, Brook- Director of The So- the Propagation of the and Devastation? ' we read of the ever- spread of the war and at flourishing mission in all parts of the world threatened, pessimism us to feel that the this apostolate holds hope. This is the spirit wich accomplishes us review the past clarify our perspective. on the day of his ac- the throne of St. Peter, VII (1800-1823) sur- Church and Her mis- beheld a heap of ruins as if the mission- had died out. At the 18th century we find, 381,000 Uniates of the just over 1,000,000 na- ics in the mission field: ,000; Indo China 320,- 187,000; Japan and Africa 47,000; Ocea- events have proved, that the reign of Pope actually was the turn- in the history of the apostolate. Not only the and' *see]e- felt the rest]r- zeal which charact- Xavier, John of de Nob]l] and the laity resumed their as helpers of the . Eighteen twenty- fOUndation of The So- ACTIVITIES IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS Little Rock Council No. 812 At the council's last regular meeting, the Entertainment Com- mittee was instructed and empow- ered with authority to make the necessary arrangements for a proper entertainment in commem- oration of the Knights of Colum- bus 60th Anniversary, during ]Founders' Week, March 22-29 This Committee is composed of the following Knights: Wm. M. Lachowsky, chairman, John R. i Helbron, Rhienhart Miller, Wil- liam T. Kelly, Conrad J. Bartsch Joseph D. Ross], William D. Burk and Edward J. Wagner. This Com- mittee has a big assignment, but with the assistance of the live membership of this council and the cooperative inclination of its i members, there is every indica- tion that the committee will be able to put on an entertainment of a distinctive character, in keep- ing with the event of the 60th An- niversary of the founding of this big national Catholic organization Many expressions of sympathy were made by the members of this council when they learned of the passing of Mr. Ralph S. Hunt, Sr., 701 West Fourth St., North Little Rock, father of Brother Ralph S. Hunt, Jr., a member of this coun- cil, to whom we extend our sincere sympthy in his present bereave- ment. Mr. Hunt was well remem- bered by several members of this council with whom he associated during Laymen's Retreats at St. John's Seminary. Two of this council's prominent members made the front page and headlines in newspapers last week. They were the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Herman H. Wernke, V. F., and Pastor of Good Counsel Parish and Mr. C. H. Richter, of Taylor & Richter, Inc. The picture shows Monsignor Wernke receiving a re- ceipt for $10,000.00 worth of De- fense Bonds from Mr. Richter which were purchased with money saved for a Building Fund. This Council was well repre- sented at the meeting of the Cen- tral District of the Catholic Un- i ion, held last Sunday at St. Ed- ward's Parish. We are affiliated with the Catholic Union of Arkan- sas,. and give our assistance in vamous ways in order to help them carry on their noble work in communities where we have no councils. Sodalists to Apply Plenary Indulgences To Victims of War St. Louis. 00.Sodalists are asked to apply the plenary indul- gence they may gain, under the usual conditions, at the general Sodality Mass in February to "one who has given his life to preserve our democracy." The request is made in a'l- letin by the Queen's Work, na- tional Sodality secretariat, which stresses the necessity of intensive and persevering prayers that "our democracy may be saved." Be- cause George Washington's birth- day is celebrated in February, next month is suggested for spec- . ial prayers and the general So- ropagafion of the dality Mass irstention for the safe- ,goriously {unctions, guard'ing of American democracy. J.,u years or world- a Desolation and de ,, , ,, m- - " . "lcry Ole vaalelo announced the: saY face us out they, l arrival of the first Clipper on Justa)ows or night, are|the New Zealand-United States emre the dawn. ]route At the time the huge plane That: I created no end of wonder for Act of Toleration, the natives had never seen such religious toleratior "flying boat" before. In their Catholics, atheists simplicity they marvelled at the 50 years of work among Molokai not a single Franciscan Sisters the disease? title of "Luther's Be- Van Paassen ac- Luther of being the of Democracy and the Boat. in 1937 that the Samoan ingenuity of the men who could fashion a wonder. Unfortunately these same na- tives are learning to dread the advent of such "flying boats" which rain death and destruction upon their island homes and they long for the return of' 'the good old days" when man needed time to reach the outposts of the world and death came from natural sources. FROM We all have some possessions. If we are wise we will not set our hearts on them, knowing that after a few years we will have to leave them behind us and go out with- out additions to Almighty God Who will judge us not for what we possess, but for what we think, say, and do---for what we are, i THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 30, 1942 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 and 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. THE GUARDIAN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING will get RESULTS ?kG,f l Times Printing Co. 217 Main St. North Little Rock Do you have an apartment or room that you would like to rent to n Cath- olic party? If so use The Guardian Classified Advertising, KORTE TIRE & SERVICE CO.--Stop at Korte's for Gas, Oil, Tires. 1900 Main. North Little Rock. FOR RENT or will sell--5 room house with sleeping porch Close to Cath- olic schools and convenient to car line. 1207 N. Polk. Ph. 4-2535. Do you want to buy or sell a farm conveniently located near churcL and school? Use this classified ad section. Good home offered older man willing to give hand on farm in exchange for board and clothes. For particulars write Charles Bankowsky, Route 1, Box 90, Alexander, Ark. Farm Homes for Catholics 40 to 160 acres, 1 to 5 miles from Church, parochial and Catholic high schools. Good land, free list, F. J. Builders Night Good Counsel Parish welcomes you and your friends to Builders Night every Friday night from 8:80 to 10 p m., West 9th and Bishops Streets. BUSINESS EQUIPMENT L. C. SMITHS and Coronas; new, used and rebuilt; also adding machines. FINES PHILLIPS, 117 Louisiana. 9021 ROSE BUD CLEANERS W. Ray Mernah Chas. A. Mernah Good Counsel Pariah We do all kinds of alterations AS GOOD AS THE BEST Men's Wool Suits 4Sc Plain Dresses 5Oc and up Call For and Dellvor Phone 2-9904 Sth and Gaines Newman Library 102 West Capitol, Little Rock's Cath- olic rental library, open to the puh- lie. We have hooks, religious and secular, holy articles and cards for all occasions. We shall he glad to place mail orders for any book or article which we do not have. Call 2-2352 Miss Rose Lafferty in charge 00PARSEL'S Upholstery WE FRAME PICTURES 316 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. PAGE THREE P RIEST-GRAND F A Tfii00R:--SFFiCiA TES R0ck-00 .... District NCCW in the Church of the Assumption, in London, the Rev. John P Waterkey offlclates at the wed- ding of his granddaughter, Arleen Marcelle and Lieut. Raoul Grant !de Longueuil, of the Royal Navy. iThe bride is the daughter of George Waterkeyn, third son of Father Waterkeyn, who was lwidowed in 1914 and ordained in .1920. Photo from London Uni- verse. (N.C.W.C.) Communion at the 8 o'clock Mass. Every Tuesday morning Novena in honor of St. Anthony after the 6:30 and 8 o'clock Masses Every Friday night at 7:30, Eucharistic and Little Flower Novena Builders Night this Friday night, January 30, will be in charge of the Control Committee. Activities bdgin at 8:30. The following committee will help to receive funds for the benefit of the Altar Society: Mrs. J. E. Page, Mrs. D. A. See Jimmy LynchNew locatlon---ll8 Maple, No. L. R.. Phone 2.1see. Bray, Mrs. W. E. Peaker, Mrs. U. Baltz, Pocahontas, Ark. Fire, Tornado. Auto Insurance. Bonds Alford, Mrs. Tillie Moran, Mrs. A. Write or telephone ;our "- -" -" : : = : . ,Sted'em, Mrs John Pope, Mrs Classified Ad to The Guardian a I Jos Bruck Ir w w r,,," the following rate: 1Oc a line for one lnsertio ; 9o a line for two{Mrs Paul Co,me Mrs  r , , insertions: 8c a line for three or more insertions; 7e a line for a ]son," Mrs. J F. Iarrison: *lrs'."): six-month or more contract. Larger and more attractive type can A Pozza, Mrs. Lloys Reid, Miss be used by figuring 1O lines to an inch, t the rate shown here. Maud Craft, Mrs. E H. Hendrix, Greater Little Rock Activities St. Andrew's Cthedral. Wullenjohn, Dr. N. F. Weny, Fred Masses in the Cathedral are at Young Mrs. Ida Hans]i, Mrs. John Ross, Mrs. Alfred T. Bowen, Mrs. C. P. Brucks, Mrs. W. F. Bergman, Mi:'s Viola Allen, Mrs. K. W. Ander- son, Mrs Leonard Beadle, Mrs. E E. Ball. St. Patrick's Church. Meets Feb. 9 Little Rock.  Mrs. Granville Sutton, president District 1 of the Diocesan Council of Catholic Wo- men, has announced' the quarterly meeting of the organization for February 9, 2:30 Central Daylight Saving Time, at the use building at 112 East Seventh St. This meeting, important for the formulation of further work in the defense program, should be at- i tended by officers and chairmen !of the district organization and !Catholic women of all affiliated organizations, Mrs. Sutton said. District 1 territory is comprised of Greater Little Rock and Car- lisle. Mexican C. of C. Demand Repeal Of Education Law Mexico City. (.---Carta Se- menal, weekly organ of the Con- federation on National Chambers of Commerce in Mexico, does not accept the reasoning that Article 3 need not be repealed or amend- ed, and that objections to this ar- ticle in the Federal Constitution, making Socialist education com- pulsory in official and private schools, can be met by revamp- ing the Federal Education Law. "In Mexico," the editorial says, Cathedral Scouts ,,it has long been the practice to appease public opinion, when it In Anniversary" opposed a law, by enacting a reg- ulating statute, polishing off the W" .'__t.L rough passages in the law. Now rrograrn aong.t we are told that Article 3 need Little Rock.--The seventh an- not be repealed or amended, but niversary of St. Andrew's Troop regulated. 11 Boy Scouts will be observed tonight at 8 o'clock at St. An- drew's School hall, 503 East 6th Street. The anniversary program, to which the public is invited, will include special stunts and dem- onstrations by the scouts, in ad- dition to the presentation of yearly awards an recognitions. Registration cards for 1942 will be issued at this time. Scoutmaster Wright F. Lewis invites parents of boys 11 or 12 years old to attend this meeting to see the splendid results of scout training. Daughter of Bolivian Minister Dies in New York "We cannot accept this reason- ing, especially when an Article of the National Constitution is in- volved, and when that article makes Socialist education manda- tory while the proposed regula- tion would do away with Socialist ducation. "The Chambers of Commerce have seen in Socialist education not only a threat to private prop- erty but a real and effective as- sault on the essential rights of every business man, and have made known to proper authority their opposition to any attempt to cover this up by enacting a regu- lation." A dictatorship is a nation where i ' men once had freedom but d dn t. 6, 7, 9 and 11 a. m. Holy Souls' chapel at 7 and 8 o'clock Sunday evening d'evotions in honor of Our Lady of the Mir- aculous Medal will be held in the Cathedral at 7:45 p. m. Regular weekly instruction class will be held in the Seventh Street Chap.el of the Cathedral Tuesday evenmg at 7:45 p. m. A meeting was held last Wed- nesday in the school hall mak- ing plans for the activities of the February Circle, Mr. Joe Beck, chairman Mr. Beck appointed the following officers: Vice Chairman, Mrs. Joe Beck; Secretary, Mrs. Guy Pease; Treasurer, Mr. An- thony Rogoski. The meeting plan- ned activities for the month of February to include a Valentine Day dance, bingo and a baked bean supper. Members of the Cir- cle include: \\; Ruth Aquzstpace, Rose Bargiel, J. J. Barthel, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- tin Beirne Miss Marie Benton, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Benton, Mrs. George Bidwell, Mrs. Roger F. Blessing, Mrs. D. M. Boone. S. F. Cahill, Mrs. Ethel Casey, Mrs. Ben Catherina, Jr., Mrs. Leon Cook, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crossley, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cur- irie, Miss Elizabeth Darscheid, Mrs. Katherine Dehmer, Mrs. Myrtle Dehmer, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Donahue and family. Mrs. Gertrude Ellington, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Erhart, Mrs. Ma- bel Field, Miss Mary Fein, W. C. Fiddyment, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Finan, Sr,, Mrs. Helen Fletcher, Mrs. C. C. Gazely, Mrs. Sidney Gibson, Mrs. Ellis F. Glendening, Mrs. J. P. Gracie, J. R. Grob- myer. Mrs. M. A. Guinon, Mrs. Jackie Gustavson, Miss Agnes Hall]bur- ton, Mr. and Mrs. Ed J. Hart, C. K. Hegarty, Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Heinen, Mrs. K. G. Heinze, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hoban, Miss Car- olyn Hoelzeman. E. C. Honan, Mr. J. A. Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Isenman, Katilius Family, Mr and Mrs. H. N. Ketzner, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Kirspel, Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Keen]g, Mrs. E. E. Larrimore, Minnette Lester, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Lewis. Mrs. Mary C. Lightsey, Mrs. H. H. Loesch, Frank Lukas, R. J. Mack]n, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mas- sery, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Mather, Miss Edna Mitchell, Mrs. F: X. Mivelaz, Mrs. Louis Motz- kus, Mrs. Margaret Mullins. Mrs. George Murray,, John S. McNeil, Mrs. Mullins McRaven, Miss Nonie M. O'Keefe, Mrs. E. Rodney Parham, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Parkhill, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pease, Miss Eva Pennartz, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Perron, Vincent A. Persico, Leo Pieron. Miss Millie Poposky, Mr. and Mrs. Joh A. Powers, John P. Powers, Mrs. Wm. Pud'denphatt, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reinhardt, Mrs. D. E. Richard, Anthony L. Re- desk], Mrs. G. C. Rose, Mrs. Lou- ise Shields, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Simmons. Mrs. T. R. Smallwood, Mrs. Anna Lawson Smith, Miss Marie Snider, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Spicer, Miss Ida Spieler, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and' Mrs. A. Zanoff. The-members of the Altar So- use itA. Brandon. New York. ().Funeral serv- St. Edward's Chureh. ciety, wi!l reee!ve Holy, Commun-, ices were held in St. Patrick's Ca- True re ,-* .... '- ...... *-^-- Septuagesima Sunday, Masses ion in a Deny at ule 7 o Clock Ma,' the,ral w,,,oo... ,... ,..^ ,, '=,,-, , ,,,, ,.-=,o= --,,,,, will be celebrated at 5:30, 7:00, Sunday -uesa de V-1 ......... s nnmg.St. Ambrose. 8:30 and 11:00 A. M. Sermon in " q a paralso ye ae memm, - all Masses will be on the First The Catholic High collection {daughter of Simon I. Pat]no, Bol- i . ! will be taken up at the Masses iv]an Minister to France. | 1 'OR RISe 191[ | Commandment of God,' The Dif- Sunday. I The Marquesa, who died Men- | -- ..... 1 I ference Between the Worship of Nursery school attendants Sun-rday, was educated in private | um ,=..ffi, | God and the Veneration of the day will "ie Pollyanna Pollock and SCahdin:2ce and in 1929 was | LADIES AND I[1 | Saints" It is Children's Corn- Marie Bujarski. " " "s to the Marques :| .... n] | reunion day at St. Edward's. They MonAa- i he ,o - h ,.; I de Valparaiso ye del Merito, a I '" -- I will come to the Lord's Table in   .............. - Gr " ,   " andee of Spare and a Knight of the 8:30 o'clock Mass. flcatmn. The blessing of the can- l th "r ............ ] 4[_,lg&NigD AND ]B | [  ,J ur ox an[la o. one oI ler Devotions will be held Sunday Jdles will take place before the bro g " I I 8 o'clock Mass , thers, Antenor Patmo is Boil- ,.. at 3 p. m., consisting of the ] 'Pbe ,eetrhr ao;nl ,,,i1 h,, ].nIA'] vian Minister to England. She was !l | monthly novena to "Our Lady of I Perpetual Help" and Eucharistic J ,,,;-;-,, ";'#"*--,m, wnu. "'-''-"-mg, a"*'o I[ borne, inOruro, Bolivia_  v  ! prayers. ]o'clock, sponsored by the Altar  Monday will be the feast eli Sciety" Mrs. M. Gisler will be  L._  Purification or Candle-Mas Day. ] cnairman, assisted by Mrs. A. Ma- koski, Mrs. John Liske, Mrs. T.  1 t vv1 o_ r MassTherecandleSandWillwilld,strlbuted'beabe' blessedHightoMaSsbeforethe faith-.atthe:8 ! WesibrOd,and_ Miss. BerniceMrS'. J' GrandkoskiE" Bouchard 151aCl CYZ Whzte 00bpeczals " r ' } "uesoay ]s the Feast of St ful and carmed ]n p ocesslon. The ON SALE AT ALL BLACK & WHITE STORES andle rrnlnc ,, of ftri whn I Blase. The blessing of throats will i Ch r.i'ht-' "tl w'"q' take place after the 7 and 8 ...... o ........ e or ....... , ........... are s rvi O'CLocK asses, atop m Ior the PEARS i;00'm used at all e ces in the ...... Church and also in the homes at scnool cnfloren, ann again at 7:30 C certain times. Tuesday will be the Feast of St. Blase, Patron of throat ail- ments. Blessing of throats will take place before both Masses and before Novena Services at 7:30 p.m. i All weekda Masses will be at i the regular time, i. e., 6:30 and 8a.m. Circle No. 2 will entertain the congregation and friends at bingo Tuesday night at 8:05. The chair- man of this circle is Mrs. Thomas Krah. The Little Flower Sodality will have its monthly meeting in the hall Friday night at 7:30. Boys Scout Troop No. 4 will meet Friday night in the base- ment. Good Counsel Church. p. m. The Altar Society will meet in the hall Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Paper Ranks Muenster Bishop as 1941 Hero London. (E).News Review here ranks the Bishop of Muenster, the Most Rev. Clemens August Count yon Galen, as among the five greatest heroes of 1941. A rarer quality than physical courage, says the paper, is moral courage, "the ability to hold out, unbroken, and unflinching, against the blackest forces of tyranny." "The man who last year gave the most sensational example of moral courage was a German," it adds. "Inside Hitler's third Reich he dared to raise his voice against the Naizs." The Good Counsel Altar So- ciety will receive Holy Commun- ion on Sunday, February 1, at the 7 o'clock Mass. The monthly meeting will be held Friday after- noon, February 6, at the home of Mrs. J. E. Page, 200 Palm St. Monday, February 2, the Feast of the Purification of the Bless- ed Virgin Mary, the blessing of candles will take place before the 8 o'clock Mass. On Tuesday, February 3, the Feast of St. Blase, the blessing of throats will be held after the 6:30 and 8 o'clock Masses. Friday, February 6, First Fri- day, the children will receive Holy TALISMAN, FIRM, FINE HALVES No. 24 Can PET, CARNATION, LIBBY'S or SILVER COW MILK 6 " Cans Cans TEXSUN 46-Oz. Grapefruit Juice GODCHAUX 4x or BROWN 15c Plumbing&Heating[ I Company * Serving Little Rock For More 11% ' CATHOLIC BUSINESS $ WOMEN'S CLUB ANNUAL $CblOIAD.00I-IIP ]Rellable---Satistaetory l i .............. v ..... _ .... '' "" CARD PARTY Bernard T. Heinze SOLICITS YOUR INSURANCE BUSINESS (All Kinds Except Life) WITH W J. Stolzer, Sr., Mrs S G Strickland, Miss Frances "Strobel" RIGHTSELL-COLLINS-BARRY-DONHAM, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Swain:[ Insurance  Estates  Investments -- Real Estate Loans . Mrs Gordon Taylor, Mrs. C. C ] . . 218 Loulslan Street L Phone 4-1265 Walker, Miss Fay Stephens, Msses n Ann and Marie Wenger, Mr. and iataaa.t kMrs. Ed. L. Wmght, MIss Florence ['rr'r'rwrv'rvrv THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5 8P.M. Hotel Marion Ballroom Table and Door Prizes Special door prizes Attractive handmade for men table prizes Tickets 25c Plus Federal Tax