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Doge Catholic Union of Ark, .?;:: Al:thj:S;u:ellm" S;lar:::lF:'t:e:: T. J. Arnold, Pr t, s, 2nd V-Preeldeut rt Smltl, lm % .Prom Jos. A. Schnitzer, Ft. Smith, Sec.-Traa.s eld ;k kltus, CATIiOLIC UNION OF ARKANSAS a gre t di p] ly of DISTRICT MEETING ItELD There was a large AT ALTUS, ARK., JAN. 26, 1936 Meeting of the Catholic Union of Arkansas called to order by the Dis- trict President John Willems of Su- biaco, Ark. Rev. Alphonse Mueller, O. S. B., Spiritual Director said the opening prayer. The Rev. Conrad Herda, O. S. B., Pastor of Altus made the address of welcome. Mr. Wil- less rcsporded. Delegates and mem- bers of local societies were present Leo Hammer, Fort Smith, 1st V-Prom The District meeting held at Altus, last Sunday, was a great display of Catholic Action gathering of men and women, old and young. A detailed report of the meeting will be found in this issue of The Guardian. The meeting was in charge of the District officers, Mr. John Willems, President, Mr. Paul ,Goals, Secretary. Four new societies were added to our list at this meeting, and I hope that, at no far distant time, all the three hundred or more Catholic so- cieties in Arkansas will be afiliated with us, and we can then truly call ourselves the CATHOLIC UNION of ARKANSAS. This has been the aim and objec- tive of the writer ever since his elec- tion, but it is a hard road to travel and many objections have to be met, but eventually we expect to reach the above goal, at which time the Un- ion will really be able to do things in a big way. If we have the co- operation of the members of all the Catholic societies in the State and with our Beloved Bishop and all the Reverend Clergy with us, we can ac- complish any and all things includ- ed in Catholic Action. The writer has written several let- ters to the pastors in the State and to all the officers of the Catholic so- cieties, we have record of, and ask- ed for their affiliation, and many have responded, but there seem to be many Congregations that do not now have a society, and it is there- fore recommended that such societies be organized and join us, thereby strengthening the Union so much more. Three more districts need to be or- ganized, and district officers elected for these districts, and these are then to hold quarterly meetings, as the districts now are doing. The time and place of the next district meeting was to be decided by the District officers Yours respectfully, T. J. ARNOLD, President Tell your merchant you saw his advertisement in your official church paper--He will appreciate it. from Fort Smith, Charleston, Paris, Subiaco, Scranton, Prairie View Morrison Bluff, Clarksville, Hart- man and Coal-Hill. Approximately one hundred visiting delegates and members answered roll call. After reading of the minutes Mr. T. J. Ar- nold, State President of the Catholic Union of Arkansas, was introduced. Mr. Arnold in his talk paid tribute to the late pastor of Altus, Rev. FT. Placidus. and spoke in behalf of obtaining new member societies to affiliate with the Catholic Union. He pointed out the necessity of increas- ing the membership, and the induce- ment offered by the action of the last convention at Subiaco, in reduc- ing the membership fee. He men- tioned several societies with some six or seven hundred members who since the last convention have or will af- filiate. He also urged the better at- tendance of the Catholic Laymen's Retreats held periodically at Little Rock; better patronization by sub- scriptions and news items to The :Guardian, the official organ of the Catholic Union. Mr. Arnold said we i have the approval and blessing of the Most Rev. Bishop, who stated that the Catholic Union should be the clearing house of all Catholic So- cieties of the State. In his closing remarks he tabulated some of his ac- I tivities with various successes and failures since the Subiaco convention. Mr. John Willems supplemented in a short talke the necessity of support By patronizing the merchants who advertise in your paper you help to build up a good Catholic paper. McGRATH and NELSON ARKANSAS MUNICIPAL BONDS AND SECURITIES Wtnifred McGrath H.E. Nelson Phone 4-2675 424 Boyle Bldg. Little Rock, Ark. Rlghtsell CoUly00;00E00rry Do.00 . Insurance---Estates--- Invutmentt--- Real Estate Loans |16 Lo ,i ,i i Charles M. Taylor C.H. TAYLOR & RICHTER INCORPORATED All Lines of Insurance Except Life Phone 4-7e6I 406 Louisiana i ,, i / THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 1, 1936 .......... " , :.. = :, _ 'QUEEN OF THE TEXAS MISSIONS'. I resolution[ate" was voicedwas carriedbY Mr. WillemS.over as The fun_ Priest's Hands Frozi. L ,j!liiiill i i ii i iili: .!i ii ii iiii ii!i !iiiiiiiiiiiiii !i l!ilii}ii:: J I finished business. A resolution of I As He Heads Vlllagl 00condolence and commemoration off, ,- ,.. . ] Monsignor Fuerst was adopted. Offi- I In 1 lgrltlng t.,llrcn 1 cers elected for the ensuing year are: I ]John Willems, Subiaco, District I St. John, N. B., Jan. 29. (E). I President; Paul Goals, Subiaco, sec- I Rev. E. Doucette, curate at C Iretary; Casper Lensing, Scranton, V.- I n  T ..... +h, 1 .... ,i 'PresS- " ' -'--' ..... ' ................. I aenL [ C I , l at which threatened the I After adjournment the St. Mary s[ ..... I Dramatic Club delivered a short lone church nnct rectory. I comic play, which rcceived loud ac- I Father Doucette assembled a I [claim. Benediction followed, where- I of fire fighters among the pa [ upon the parish ladies served a I loners and also non-Catholics 01 I luncheon and refreshments in the, ill ......... I I ......... I v age zo ngnt the z James. [ SChOOl oascmenL 'llne mceung wenl ..  .... | . , ./ ever, wlLn ne mercury at lVC on recora as one of the larges ana re ^ -^' ...... '-'--- ud I DeS a[elloe In several years.--oa . [ Imnd " ^I " fruL, u1. .... Post, Correspondent. / - .. (Upper photo) The ruins of the Mission San Jose de Aguayo, built at San Antonio de Bexar, in 1780, one of the group of fam- ous missions founded by Father Antonio Margil. The famous Rose Window (lower photo) in the west wall of this mission is the subject of many legends.+iThe Texas missions required more than 50 years to complete. Tley will be the subject of great in- terest during the Texas Centennial Cenebrations to be held this year of the Catholic Press by furnishing I in society life, were points ably dis- news and by subscriptions. ]coursed by him, His concluding Te- l marks were on relatmnsh]p of par T.he chairman next introduced the " " - .......... , ]ents and youth, which should be ev amer :awara, u  , wno ......... ....... i oasea on perzect ooealence Dy youm spoe on me necessity ot orgamzadon ......... .............. I r youm lS properly rainea ann or- OI ne tsatnollC youm, wntcn ne con- _+.^.= ....... , __  ....... .._ smerea a suD]ec ox as gr  import- the f,,t,,r^ ld hink ....... =" ance as any he cou t of, tel _ dwell on and carT out the r t I mrs Zeller of Paris, State Presi- y p esen " ........... I dent of the Women's Catholic Union say. .tlnougfl me promem is a gig- . ....... antic one he said we should Dot et { rKansas was caltect on ann non- that discourage or deter us. It was o,red the meetmg by a short address. not a mere local problem but one l bne reported Ins aamission of the . - - I Catholic Mothers' Society of Hart- that lS natron-wide. He quoted alma n i poem that illustrated in a vivid man- I into the.State Umon. neT the dangers confronting the The chairman opened discussions youth of today He pointed out Italy on resolutions adopted at Subiaco where youth was organized for the the first of which was on The Pro- purpose of strength for tomorrow, test of Religious Discrimination and and likewise the occurrences in Ger- Persecution of Catholics in Mexico. many, Russia and ,other countries Mr. Willems gave a very interesting If Catholic youth does not organize discourse of conditions of Politics to uphold Catholic principles he said, and Religion in Mexico. A move our experiences will be similar in to send a copy of the resolution to this country someday. He further our Senators and Congressmen of stated that the burden of organizing Arkansas now in Washington, carried. and of giving guidance was with the A resolution protesting the practice parents, dwelling on the obligation of Euthanasia was also adopted. A parents had to try to give their chil- resolution on the Social and Econo- dren the best education possible, sic Perils that is confronting the U. that the parents should attend their S. was discussed. The advisability parish society meetings regularly, as of making some choice of the various the children are prone to follow the plans, for relief and change of the enthusiasm of their parents, to abel- present economic system, such as the ish patty personal lYealousies and New Deal, Townsend Plan, Share the grievances for the sake of harTaony Wealth, Yr. Coughlin's Social Justice, NATIONAL LEGION OF DECENCY LIST Not Disapproved: Annie Osley Broadway Melody of 1986 The Bride Comes Home The Calling of Dan Matthews Fang and Claw The Great Inspiration It's a Great Life Last Days of Pompeii Lawless Rldets Marts Chapdelaine Metropolitan Midsummer Nights Dress San Famtlle So Red the Rose J Tale of Two Cities Seven Keys to Baldpate. Whipsaw Disapproved for youth, with a word of caution even for adults: Ah, Wilderness Broadway Hostess Case of the Lucky Legs Dangerous East of Java I Found Ste]la Parish The Judgment Book Kind Lady The Murder of Dr. Harrtgsn Disapproved for All: Anna Karenlna Back To Eden Earbary Coast Catherine The Great The Devil Is A Woman Dreaming Lips (Germnn) The Flrehlrd The Girl from Maxims Guilty Parents High School Girl , The Informer Mutiny on the Bounty The Payoff Peter lbbetson Rendezvous With Love Shadow of Silk Lnnox Special Agent Sweet Surrender Thanks A Million Modern Motherhood Morals For Women No More Ladies Protect Your Daughter The Scoundrel Straight from the Heart Trouhlo in Paradise Ungkarle Pappen (Swedish) Father) Unknown Blond (Bachalor SECURING FOR HOME MISSIONS THE EDUCATION AND TRAINING 0i WORTHY ECCLESIASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN'S HOME MISSI0] SEMINARY Any full Burse or Share in an Incomplete Burse may be Donated. Donations, I-I smll, will be gratefully received and recorded. A Burso is a Sum of Money Invested and Drawing Enough Interest to Provide Lodging and Training for one Seminarian. Requests for Further Information and the Benefits Shared by Contrlbutiors, an( wisa All Donations, Should be Sent to the Rector, Rt. Rev. Msgr. James P. GI Ph.D., St. John's Seminary, Little Rock, Arkansas. ST JOHN'S SEMINARY BURSES Cemplste St. Mary'z Burse, He# Springs. Mslr. Tobln Burgs, Little Rock_ Alumni Burgs, in honor of St. John, the Baptist Bishop Errno Burgs_ Rev. Joachim F. Galloni Burso BISHOP FITZGERALD BURKE Incomplete This Bursa iz a memorial to the Most Eevrd Edward Fitzgerald, second Bishop f Littla lck. Fom a Benefactor 50.00 Pupils St. Anue's Academy .__ 29.00 AnonFmouz, Hot Springs 60.00 Antonymous, North L/tt]e Rock__ 100.00 Msgr. A. P. Gallagher, Mena ____ 100.00 Anonysous. additional zuml roe'd__ 226.21 Anonymous, additional sums rse'r__ 480.00 For ],vore reesivod 2.08 Anonymeas. Hot Springs ---- 25 00 Ananymous 480:00 Anonymoas, additieual sums -- 90.40 Mrs. J. J. Keller 809 Thanksgivln$ 1.00 Anonymous ................................ 68 Victor Kosre, Little Rock ........ 100.00 Mrs. Ernesta Botto, Fort Smith ...... 100.00 Total ............................. $1,769.38 ALUMNI BURSE--IN HONOR OF THE BLESSED TRINITY This B,urss is the second foundation made by the prlestz who were ordained from St. John's Ssminary. It iz open to the clergy and the people In general who have the work and lnterast of the Seminary at heart. Previously Acknowledged 101.00 In memory of Hugh McDevitt -- 25,00 ltymond Maus, Atklns, Ark -- 26.00 Iu memory of Alfred Frei .__-- 20.00 Appreciation. Slovaktown, Ark.____ I0.00 Alumnus, 1914 20.90 Alumnus. 1914. 0.00 Alumnus, 1916 10.0O Alnmuus. 1110 20,00 Alulsnus, 1998 .-..+ 0.00 Alumnus. 1924 25.00 Alumnus, 1924 20.00 Ah:mnus, 1926 25.00 Alumnus, 1921 20.00 Alumnus, 1921 I0.00 Alumnus, 1927 10.00 N. N., Psragould, Ark. 1000 Friends of Little Flower, Dixie, Ark. 10.00 In memory ef John M. Murray -- 10.00 Jubilee Offering, Hot Springs -- 10.00 In memory of Mrs. H. McMahou __ 10.00 Memorial Crusade Unit 88.81 In Memory of J. M. Schwartz __ 20,00 In memory of Mary A. Flaherty __ 100,1 Anonymous 25,01 M. P. Gengler Alumnus, 1934 ................... Monsignor Tynin ..................... Father McDald, 1926 ............. In Memory of Msgr. Aretz __ Total .__--I SACRED HEART BURSE Previously Acknowledged __ Thanksgiving Good Counsel Holy Name Soelaty Miss M. P. Gengler Thanksgiving, Clarendon Thankzgiving, Morrllton Missionary Club, Stuttgart ____ Morrilton Friend Thanksgiving. M. O. ]L Mr. L. P. Zureher A Friend, Paris Special Intention Mrs. E. M. -- Jubilee Offering, Pocahonts A Friend, Paris Petition Thru Little Flower __ St. Mary's School, Lake 'lllago-- George Reldmuller Favors Through St. Anthony __ Seminary Sunday Donations __ Special /ntention Barelch Family ', Mr. & Mrs. M. Brits Victor Koers Seminary Sunday Donations, 1982- Donation Mrs. S.) Mrs. A. Hart Mrs. Fred Margrave "J.," Morrllton ] Relative of Student Father Haeringer Thanksgiv/ng George Bergson In Memory of Msgr. Aretz ........... ' nonymous ...................................... Thanksgiving ................................ Holy Angels Aeademy Jouesboro .. | Total .............. :"' ............ :$1,!r KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS This Burse Is a foundation by t.z kansas State Council to alsist St, Seminary in the train|ng of candid/" the priesthood. .......... ,+ Thanksgiving $ i M. P. Gengler i1 Arkansas K of C. Couneile 1920__ $I Ark. K. of C. Counsils Ark. K, of C. Councils, 1928 __ 1 Ark. K. or C. Councils, 1929 __ If State Council Lli State Council Ji Additional Sums Received l State Council, 19B8 -- II State Council 1938 1 State Council 1984 II State Council, 1985 $! Total ............................... 4,$| WHERE TO HEAR MAJ ALTUS--Our Lady, Hell, of Christians-- Mass an Sunday at 7:00 and 0:80. ATKINS---Church of the Assumption Masses on first and last Sunday of the month 7. Other Sundays at *; and 9 a. m. Winter Sehedule: Masses on the first & last Sanday at 8, on other Sundays at 8, 10. BALD KNOB---Mass on Sundays at 7:80 BLYTHEVILLE, Immaculate Conception-- Masses on ths first Sunday at 7, on the second, third and fourth Sundays at 10:80 ATESVlLLE, St. Ftdelas -- Masz nt 8 on the fourth Sunday of *.he month. RAUX|TE, Mexleau Cam1) Chapo| --Mall on the second Sunday of the month at 8:46 BRINKLEY.--Mass on the 1-2-4-' Sundays is celebrated at 0:60 o'clock; on the 8rd Sunday at 10:80. CAIDZN, St. Louis--Masses on Sunday at 7:80 and 0:00. CARLISLE---Masses 9n the 1st and 2rd Sundays of the month at 10:00 A. M. CHKRLESTON--Sacred Heart. Masses on the first, third and fifth Sundays at 8 & 10:809 nn the second and fourth at 10:80. CLAIKJVILLE--Holy Redeemer Church, 1st and 8rd Sunday 10:00 A. M.; 2nd. 4th and th Sunday 0:00 A. M. CONWAY---St. Joseph's -- Mazsea on Sunday from October to Juna at 7:80 and 9:45. Summer Sehedule: Malses at 7 and 9:15 A, M CRAWF)DVILLE Sacred Heart -- Maszea on the second Sunday at 0; on the fourth Sunday at 10:80. + DAIUDANELLE, St. Auguztlne's Chureh-- Masl on the first Sunday ef the month at # :80. DeVALLS BLUFF--Mass on tha 2nd and and fourth Sundays at 10 o'clock. D(JEEN -- Mass on the first, third asd fltk Sundays at 10; on the second and fourth Sundays at 8. DEVALL'S BLUFF--Mass on the second and fourth Sundays nt 7 and 9. A. M. EL ]DORADO, Holy Redeemer -- Maseaz on Sundy at '/:80 and 10:00. ENGE3,BI=EG. St. John's -- Magi on every Sunday at 0:80. EUREKA SPRINGS,Mass 1st and 2nd Sunday at 10:809 Mass 8rd and 4th and when a 5th Sunday at 8:00 a. m. 9 every Sunday. FOIEMAN -- Mass on the the Izt, 8rd stud th Sunday at 2:00; on the 2nd nd 4th Sum4ay at 10. FORRFT CITY -- St. Franefs -- Mass o the 1st. 8rd and th Sunday at 10:80. On ths 2nd & 4th Sunday at 8. Holy Days at 7. FORT SMITHImmaeulate Conception-- Mass every Sundey at 7, 8:80, 9:80 & 11. FORr SMITH, St. Bonlfaee--Masses on Sunl at 0, '/:10 and 9:80. Ou lC/oly days at $:80 and 8. FORT SMITH, Church of Chrlst the Klng Mnszes on Sunday at 7 and 9 and 11.$0. On ].olF dys at 7 and I. GILLETT--Mnss on thn second Sunday of the montk at 10:$0. GIaY--Mase un the first Sunday at 8; on tha third Sunday at 10:80. He, E--Mass on the first and fifth Sun- day at 89 oa the third Sunday at 11. HARRISON.--Masz 2nd Sunday at 8:00 is. m.; 4th nt 1@:80 a. m. HELENA, S.. Mary'e--Msseal on Sun i daY at 7:80 and 10. HOT SPRINGS, St. John's--Low Masses at e.:04 and 8:00;-High Mass at 10:80. HOT SPRINGS--St. Mary's--Masses on undr at 8 and 11:809 on holydays of eb- llp.tb at 7:|0 nnd 9. HQOCI Mary Lmmculata -- Msss avy Y nt I. JNE.qIORI, l,lmsed Hserameu't Chnreh Mum ca  at S and 11. During $ne, WYNNE.-- 1st 8rd and 5th Sund 8 u'clock; 2nd und th Sundays at Holidays at 9 o'clock. ' KNOBEL, St. George -- Mass on the Su[daat 7:45; on the 8rd Sunday st KE VILLAGE St Mary's -- on Sunday at 8 and 10. LITTLE ROCK, St. Andrew'z Cath Masses on Sunday at 7, 9 and 11; oa days at 6:00, 7, 9, and 12:05. LITTLE ROCK, St. Edward's Ch Masses on Sunday at 0:80, 7, 9 n on holy days of obl/gatlon at :$0 I and 10:00. ' LITTLE ROCK--Our Lady o! Godl sel Church  Masses on Sunday St and 10.809 holldayz 6, 7.80 and 9. MARCHE -- Immaeulmta Hrt of J --Winter Schedule: Mazs at ,0. S Schedule: Mass at 9 A. M. MARIANNA, St. Andrew's Church on the 1st, 8rd and 8th Sunday nt the 2nd and 4th Sunday at 10:0: : Days at 9. i MARKED TREE -- Mass at 11 second Sunday of the month. McCRORY--Mass on the first Sual 109809 on the third Sunday at 2. McGEHEE--Massss avery Sunday t M MENA--From May I to Oct. 1, ill ass at 8:159 from Oct. 1 to May 1, day Mass at S:45. MORRILTON--Masl on Sunday at and 10. Summer zohedula: Mnsea| and 9:30. NEWPORT--Malz at 10 on the 11 day; 8 on the 8rd Sunday of the sol NORTH LITTLE ROCK, 8t. Patx Sunday Masses during Summer 7 ! o'eloek, Benedietio nafter Lair Mal h NORTH .+LITTLE .-ROCK--St. _Ms asses during the winter at 8 and 1( ing the summer at 7 and 9. OSCEOLAMass on Second, thir  fourth Sunday at 8. PARAGOULD--Masss on tka 1st( Bth Sunday at 7:80 and 10; on t] Sunday at 10 and on the 4th at 7 PARIS--Mass on Sunday st 2 an: PINE BLUFF--Masl avary Sun 7:80 and 10:00. POCAHONTAS.---St. Paul's Churehi on Sundays at 8 and 10 o'elaek.; Days of Obligation at 5:41; and 9 o'e# -PRESCOTT--Ma,s on th* 1st a! bunuay uf the month at :46. RATCLIFF--Mass an the 2nd all Sundays of the montk st 8. RECTOR--Mas an tho nd Sued 7:80. on the 4th at 10. ROGERS.--Ist Sunday at $:09 n. II Sunday at 10:86 a. m. RUSSELLVlLLE--Mazs an tha llt day of the month at 9:85. $ SEARCY--Mass on Sun/ay nt | :8 ' SLOVACTOWN--Maes el Sunday ! STAMPS---Main oa the 2ad 8un(I 10:80; on the 8rd Sunday nt 80. STUTTGART--Ma.s nn the seeea" day of the month at 7:10. On all Sundays of the month at 8 and 10., SUBIACO, Sublaea Abbey Churab j on Sunday st d:46. |$9, I:$0, '11 9:8:0LPHUR SPRING&--Ms on t]: Sunday at 8:80 A. M. TEXARKANA---St. mdward'l 0 Summer zeheduio: Mann uu Sun 7 and 9; Winter sehedule: MlSlel at; 10 A, M. r TONTITOWN--Izs on Sunday st 10 A. M. VAN BCREN--Mass  Bulsr i WARREN--Mass en tkn 4tk and) 8:80 A. M. WEINER--Mus at 8 an tim f_$! day nnd at II on the I! Sunda   ,1%:!, ),,,: . , ...... , %, .