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Q PAGE TWO THE GUARDIAN, SATUR DAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1920. ' AND PERSONAL i I , i , .......  " | The smaller checking accounts are given Mr. and Mrs. O Bryan Mattingly, of Of Little Rock and John Lipsmeyer ,:o ..... ----'*'-------,-- - = ." Detroit, Mich., accompanied by their of Bigelow, Ark:, was solemnized at the most careful detail attention at this @ Church Calendar little daughter, Beatrice, spent a few days ;ith their parents the past week. Rev. Augustine Metz, pastor of St. Elizabeth's Church, Eureka Springs, was a visitor at the Guardian office this week. Father Metz is in charge of Halwison and mission. A church was recently built at Harrison and is now ready for dedication. Miss Mary Lee Boarman Us the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Eugene Her- tingles, 1101 West Twenty-fourth street. Mrs. Henry Lensing and Mrs. Her- man Lensing have :eturned from New York City and Chicago. Edward Monahan is spending some- time the guest of friends in New Or- leani. Sergeant Paul Udbye of Donevillc, Calif., and Miss Alvina Anna Imhous- er were married Saturday night/at St. Andrew's Cathedral Rectory by Rev. Iterman Wernke. Mrs. B. B. Barnes is ill with "flu" at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. A. Peters, 901 Park avenue. Mrs. John Imes of :illinois arrived Sunday and is the guest of her broth- er A. F. Keane and Mrs. Keane, North Izard street. Dr. Gremillion of Alexandria, La., was an out-of-town guest at the wed- ding of his brother Herbert C. Gre- million and Miss Mamie Murray on Wednesday. . Crystal Club. Mrs. Robert E. Lee entertained the Crystal Club on Tuesday afternoon. A good attendance was present, and handsome prizes ant] delicious refresh- ments featured the afternoon. Kitchen Shower. Mrs. H. I. Aydelott, 401 West Twen- ty-fifth street entertained with a kitchen shower Saturday in honor of Miss Mabel Bartlett, a bride of the coming m6nth. The house was very artistically done the color scheme of pink nd white being carried out. The chandeliers were w.rapped in pink crepe paper, and the curtains and all available space was marked by an ar- tistic decoration of pink roses. In the dining room the table was prettily laid, a shower of pink roses depend- ing from the chandelier to the table. The place cards were bride slippers. The bride's chair was decorated in white, a huge bow finishing the top. During the afternoon, Rummy was played, after which little A. L. Ayde- lott and Josephine Aydelott, children of the hostess, brought in a beautiful- ly decorated wagon, filled with a col- lection of useful gifts. An elaborate course luncheon.was served. Pyrex Shower. Among the many social functions accorded Miss Mabel Bartlett, will be the pyrex shower, tendered her on Saturday afternoon by Mrs. E. S, "thompson. Cards by Miss Rogoski. Miss Bess Rogoski entertained at cards on Thursday afternoon in honor of Miss Alice. Brown of North Caro- lina. Masquerade Dance. Mrs. Sandefur Brewer has issued cards for a masquerade dance to be given at her residence, 1314 Booker street, Saturday evening, February 14, for the benefit of St. Vincent's In- firmary fund. Good music will feature he pleasure of the evening. Card Party. Mrs. Frank Holstegge entertained 'at cards at the parish hall, on Tues- day afternoon for the benefit of the St. Vincent's Infirmary fund. Eleven tables were playing and during the afternoon other gmsts came m. Handsome prizes were awarded and a :neat sum realized. Valentine )anee. St. Cecilian C:ub will entertain with a Valentine dance at the old Little Rock College, Friday evening, Febru- ary 13th. St. Cecilian Club. The St. CecEian Club will meet at the Cathedral hall, Sixth and Louisi- ma streets, at 9:45 Sunday morning. This will,be a very important meeting and all members aTe urged to be present. St. Vincent's Aid. St. Vincent's Aid Society will meet Monday afternoon, at 2.30 o'clock at St. Vincent's Infirmary. This will be the first meeting of the Sewing Circle and as many members as possible :should be present. Bergup-Lipsmeyer. The wedding of Miss Anna Bergup 9 o'clock Tue:sday morning January 27, at Subiaco Abbey, the ceremony being performed by Rev. Father Bene- dict, O.S.B., cousin of the bride, in the pesence of a number of relatives and friends. The at. Rev. Abbot was in tile sanctuary during the nuptial Mass. The bride wore a tailored cos- tume of navy blue tricotine with hat and accessories to match. Her corsage was of white rose buds. Miss Rosa Bergup, sister of the bride, was maid or honor. She wore a costume of blue tricotine and corsage of pink rose buds. Joseph Lipsmeyer was his brother's" best man. After the cere- mony a reception wap held at the resi- dence of tile bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aloys Bergup at Spielclwille, which was attended by 300 guests. The house was decorated with cut flowers and greenery, the color scheme of pink and white being car- ried. An elaborate decorated wed- ding cake centered the table in the (fining room. where a splendid feast was served. The bride has many friends in Little Rock, whcre she has hecn a registered nurse. She is a charter member of St. Vincent's Alumnae anal also served with the Home Defense of the Red Cross. The groom is a prosperous merchant and planter of Bigelow, Ark. Mr, and Mrs. Lipsmeyer were guests at the Hotel Marion for several days, prior to go- ing to their, future home at Bigelow, Ark. Murray-G::million. " A pretty home wedding was quietly solemnized on Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock, the contracting parties being Miss Mamie M. Murray, daugh- (Continued on page 3) ST. VINCENT'S CAMPAIGN REPORT The total subscriptions to the St. Vincent Infirmary Campaign at the close of headquarters Monday, Janu- ary 26th was in excess of $30,000.00. The following is a list of the donors who have given $25.00 or more since the last publication of names in last week's issue of the Guardian. (Continued from last week.) Mr. and Mrs. G. C Itarrison .... $ 25.00 Mr. anal Mrs. G. P. Kordsmeier 25.00 Mrs. lhos. Sims ............. 25.00 Electric Construction Co ..... 25'.00 Chas. Hme ................ 25.00 James Evans ............... 25.00 Mrs. Harry H. Meyers ........ 25.00 Junkind Photo Supply Co ..... 25.00 Joe P Gilmore .............. 25.00 Mrs. Hem'y-, Putsche ........ -- 25.00 Gus Kleinschmklt ........... 25.00 Gus Kleinschmidt ........... 25.00 Mrs. II. Mangle ............. 25.00 I Dr. D. R. Hardman .......... 25.00 Mrs. D. R. Hardman ......... 25.00 Mrs. J. F. Jenkins ........... 25.00 I. N. Lyons (Lyons"Care) .... 25.0(/ R. H. Chew ................. 25.00 Palace Cafe ................. 25.00 Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Frauenthal 25.00 Mrs. P. H. Ruebel ........... 25.00 Mr. and Mrs. Epstein ........ 25.00 S. J. Beauchamp ............ 25.00 Snodgrass and Bracy ........ 25.00 Mrs. W. A. Street ........... 25.00 II. H. Tucker ............... 25.00 Wm. Kelly .................... 25.00 Dr. F. L. Merck ............ 25.00 Mrs. Gee. Eichoff ............ 25.00 R. W. Rightsell ............. 25.00 Mrs. Mary Reigler .......... 25.00 Wm. F. Berg ............... 25.00 Dr. H. W. Browning ......... 25.00 Robert Wait ................ 25.00 C. G. Price ................. 25.00 E. O. Bagley ................ 25.00 Conservative Loan Co ........ 25.00 Mrs. Frank Longley ......... 25.00 W. S. Boone ............... 25.00 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gould .... 25.00 Enterprise Lumber Co ....... 25.00 Mrs. Thos. F. Smith ......... 25.00 T. J. Gay .................. 25.00 Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Robinson_- 25.00 J. E. Joyce ................. 25.00 Mrs. Frank Hunt ........... 25.00 Mr. and Mrs. A. Brizzo]ara fir. 25.00 Western Hide and Fur Co ....... 25.00 S. W. Tucker ............... 25.00 M. J. Sullivan ............... 25.00 Guy Welkins - 25.00 W. A. Bailey 20.00 W. F. Hichouse ............ 20.00 Lyons-Farrell ............... 20.00 Mrs. Harry W. Elliott ....... 20.00 Mrs. Inc. Read ....... - ..... 20.00 Mrs. J. B. Marre ............. 20.00 Mrs. G. M. Iopard ............ 20.00 Mrs. Sam Churchill ......... 20.00 Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mundo .... 20.00 Mrs. Guy A. Watkins ........ 20.00 Gus Breitzke ............... 20.00 Paul D. Cox ................ 20.00 Clinton V, Cox .............. 20.00 3. E. Hain .................. 20.00 Virginia Field .............. 20.00 Price Shoffner -- .......... 20.00 Margaret Martin .....  ...... 20.00 Phil MeNemer .............. 20.00 Block Cigar Co .............. 20.00 Mrs. August Halberstadt .... 20.00 20.00 Wm. Zeisler ................ NEXT WEEK SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8___SEXAGESIMA SUNDAY, St. John de Matha, C. MONDAY I,qi]BRUARY 9 ......... ST. CYRIL OF ALEXANDRIA, B. C. D. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10 ................... ST. SCHOLASTICA, Virgin WEDNESDAY,,FEBRUARY 11 ................. OUR LADY OF LOURDES THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12 ......... SEVEN FOUNDERS OF SERVITES FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13 ............ ST. CATHERINE DE RICCI, Virgin SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14 ................... ST. VALENTINE, Martyr Kellog Grocer Co ............. 20.00 Theo. Dehmer .............. 20.00 H. C. Brooks ............... 20.00 Mrs. Will German ........... 20.00 Walter Tunnah ............... 20.00 T. B. Benton ................ 18.00 Mrs. B. R. Browning ........ 15.00 Theo. M. Sanders ........... 15.00 C. G. Sluyter ............... 15.00 A. B. Sluyter ............... 15.00 Anna M. Joyce .............. 15.00 Martin Sharp ............... '15.00 Wesson Cafe ............... 15.00 W. T. Gilmore .............. 15.00 Holman Drug Co ............. 15.00 Howard Feinstcin ........... 15.00 W. IL Rector ............... 15.00 Geo. A. MeVonnell .......... 15.00 E. M. Lingerfelder .......... 12.50 D. Hopson ................... 12.50 Ed. Massar ................. 12.00 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thomas_ 10.00 Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Weld .... 10.00 J, G, Kohler ................ 10.00 M. J. Fein ................. 10.00 Mrs. Lizzie W. Hirsch ....... 10.00 Mrs. R. W. Weber ........... 10.00 August Probst .............. 10.00 Pierce Oil Corporation ....... 10.00 F. C. O'Hara ............... 10.00 City Fuel Co ................ 10.00 Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bigger ___ 10.00 Lowcnfield Cleaning Co ...... 10.00 F. J. Reyer ................ 10.00 Mrs. R. H. Itookcr ........... 10.00 Dr. and Mrs, Daniels ....  .... 10.00 CITY CHURCH I)IRECTORY Hours of Devotion St. Andrew's Cathedral, corncr Seventh and Louisiana streets--Sun- days: Masses at 7, 9 and 11 (high); evening services at 7:45; First Fri- day evening services at 7:45, at. Rv. Men. Thos. V. Tobin, Rector; Rev. H. H. Wernke, Assistant. Residence 617 Louisiana stxeet. Phone 3799 Main. Joe E. Goetz ................ 10.00 T. E. Helm ................. I0.00 R. O. Bossinger ............. 10.00 V. L. De]oney .............. 10.00 W. J. Smith ................ 10.00 Miss Elsie Keane ............ 10.00 C. W. Murphy .............. 10.00 Peoples Furniture Co. (Mr. Weinman) ................ 10.00 Mr. Irvin ................... 10.00 Leifer Bros. Seed Co ......... 10.00 Smith Davis Cigar Co ....... 10.00 Grim Store Fixtures ......... 10.00 Laser Motor Co .............. 10.00 Herbert H. Wolf ............ 10.00 'Eest Harries ................. 10.00 Jno. T. Hagan .............. 10.00 Win. Eich .................. 1020 Dr. H. E. Rue Jr ............ 10.00 Mrs. M. Eagen .............. 10.00 Gee. Boullion ............... 10.00 Treadway Electric Co ......... 10.00 Mrs. S. A. Norton ........... 10.00 W. H. Dwiggins ............ 10.00 Mrs. P. H. Van Lear ......... 10.00 Mrs. M. H. Davis ............. 10.00 Mrs. C. J. Hudgens ......... 10.00 10.00 Oscar Winn ................. Joe Loeb ..................... 10.00 Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Muewly .... 10.00 Mrs. Adolphine Terry ......... 10.00 .Mrs. J. T. Griffith ........... 10.00 Beall Hempstead ............... 10.00 Mrs. S. J. Bcauchamp ........ 10.00 Laurent Chavaux ............ 10.00 J. J. McGrath ................. 1.00 Mayer F. Gates ............. 10.00 W. W. Johnson .... -- .......... 10.00 bank, where good service is the rule. The checking accounts of small businesses solicited. Union and Mercantile Trust Company Second and Louisiana Streets. .1 Nothing delights the mind so much St. Edward's Qhurch, corner Ninth as true and sweet friendship, What a and Sherman streets Sundays: blessing it is when there are hearts Masses at 7, 8:30, 10:30 (high); even- prepared for you in which every seeret ing services 7:30; Friday evening ,ser- rests securely, whose knowledge you vic.es at 7:30 Rev. Maurus Rohner, fear less than your own, whose con- O. S. B., Pastor; assistant, Rev. Plus versation calms your anxieties, whose Zroyssig, O. S.B.. Residence 813 opinion aids your plan, whose mirth Sherman. Ph.one M. 5089. dispels your sorrow, and whose very Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, Ninth and Marshall--Sundays: Mass. es at 8 and 10 (high). Rev. P. H, Boyle, pastor. Residence 1615 W. Ninth, Phone 4411. sight delights you.--Seneca. WHITE PATRONAGE WANTED By St. Bartholomew's Men's Sodality NOTICE. PULASKI PROBATE COURT. In the Matter of the Guardianship of Mrs. Lillie Fletcher, an Insane Per- son. Take notice, that the undersigned, as guardian of Mrs. Li]]ie Fletcher, an insane person, will offer for sale at public outcry, for cash, at 12 o'clock noon, on the 14th day of February, 1920, at the east front door of the Pu- laski county courthouse, in Little Rock, Arkansas, all the right and title of said ward in and to an undivided I St. Bartholomew's Church (colored) The IIoly Name Sodality of St. one-halfof LittleintereStRock, Countyin Lot FoUr,of Block 6, Sixteenth and Marshall streets--Sun- Bartholomew's Church wishes to ask] City Pulaski, days: Masses, 7:30 and 10:30 (high); the white Catholics of the city of Lit- and State of Arkansas, together with evening services at 5:30. Rev. J. J. tle Rock kindly to patronize the trades the appurtenances thereto belonging; said sale to be subject to the con- Steinhauer, S. V. D., Pastor. Resi- of the colored Catholics of this city firmation of the Pulaski Probate deuce 1615 West Sixteenth streeL as there are: Court. Phvne M. 2994. Barbers--Edward Wallace, Lee & Monroe Barber Shop, 208 West Second St. Patrick's Church, North Little street. Rock, Seventh and Cypress streets General Contractof--Walter E. Sundays: Masses at 8 and 10 (high); evening services at 7:30. Rev. A, Demurrer, Pastor. Residence 706 )Uve street. Phone M. 4102. St. Mary's Church, North Little Rock, Fifteenth and Moss streets undays: Masses at 8 and 10 (high); evening services at 7:30. Rev. Peter artodzi.ej, Pastor. Residence Six- teenth and Moss streets. Phone M. 6686. J. R. McAlester .............. 5.00 Tony Massa ................ 5.00 Mrs. Ida Putche ............. 5.00 Lee Weber .................. 5.00 J. A. Bona .................. 5.00 Geo. Beyerlein .............. 5.00 Parker, office 317 W. 2nd; Phone M. 2903; residence 1874 Cross, phone M. 8781. All kinds of building and re- pairs. General Builder--Joseph Foster, phone Main 3905. Pressing and Cleaning--G. Riley at Tailoring, Cleaning and Pressing Club, 723 W. 16th; phone Main 5007. Express--Jos. Ward, 1619 W. 17th, phone Main 3109 and 5663. Junker--W. May, 1414 Wright ave. Phone Main 5134. Shoemaker--Sam Robinson, 901 E. Sccond street. Shirtmaker--Mrs. Grace Davis, 2619 Main street, phone 4893. Win. Hofstetter ............. 5.00 Plain Sewing--Mrs. Cec. Riley, 2601 Mrs. Hattie Booth ........... 5.00 Main sis'eel, phone Main 7163. Mrs. Thomas McHugh ............ 5.00 A.,,_P. MainCrockett'4800.1402 .W" 17th steret, Bertha [Iargon, C.' F. Fowler ................ 5.00 A. F. Coots .................. 5.00 2411 Pulaski street, phone M. 7225. J C. E. Wyrme ............... 5.00 Mrs. Fanny Douglas, 2900 Center St., P. English ................... 5.00 C. H. Hooks ................. 5.00 J R. Elliott ................. 5.00 Mrs. C. Schweighart ......... 5.00 E, L. Farmer & Co ........... 5.00 J, Brooks Connelly .......... 5.00 Mrs. C. L. Cordy ............ 5.00 C, L. Cordy ................. 5.00 Harry H. Meyers ............ 5.00 Mrs. J. A. Clifford ........... 5.00 phone Main 5726. Manicure--Mrs. Centhia Carmichae] ].21.2 W. 16th street, phone M. 8659; Mrs. M. Snear, 1801 High St., phone Main 3581. l)eaer in Tohmstones, Monuments, Etc.--A. L. Richmond, 1.319 Cross-St. Phone Main 2254 or Main 4640. Thanking in advance for all kind- MERCANTILE TRUST COMPANY, as Guardian of Mrs. Lillie Fletcher, an insane person. January 12, 1920. 1-15-5t. Enjoy thy riches with that generous independence of them which the philo- sophers of the Church and the Gospel call "poverty of spirit."--Pellico. We should not judge a sinner, but rather lament his sins and lmve com- passion on him; since, whilst 'the grace of God exists, he can always turn to the Lord and repent.--Sav- onarola. KLEgN M00IB BREgB Made by ROSE CITY BAKERY 'The Most Sanitary Bakery' Joe Jung Proprietor. IIELLO CENTRAL I Give Me 1926 or 1927 YOUNG'S I)IIUG SI01tL The Store of Quality Ninth and Rector V. I). Seymanski ............ 100010'00 !,),avid Cluis .................. 5.00 Fred A. IsglSg ............... I I. M. Penick ................ 5.00 Miss Ilelen Yocum ............ 10.00 tEd. & E. A. Reichardt ....... 5.00 Mrs. Wm. Zeisler ............. "00010'00 D.B. Russell .... 5e .......... 5.00 Chas. Almon ................ I Mr. and Mrs. Day" s ......... 5.00 J. O, Snyder ................ 10.00 A. B. Bailey ............... 5.00 J. Gerard .................... 10.00 Merchants Cafe ............. 5.00 P, G. Roomer ............... 10.00 Morris Schlesanger ............ 5.00 PRAYER BOOKS AND BIBLES Marguerite Field ............ 10.00{Miss Etta Pope .............. 5.00 AT THE BOOKERY. Rose Mary Field ............ 10.00 Mrs. Fred A. Is grig" ......... 5.00 Mrs. Oscar Winn ............. 10.00 Mrs. W, C, Anderson ......... 5.00 Mrs. H.S. Cole ............. 10.00,J.F. Kanis ................. 5.00 LIVES O F Mrs. W. W, Hilliard ........... 10.00 [M. F. Kellar ................. 5.00 Thos. W. Cory ............. 10.001H. Silverman ............... 5.C Frank H. Dodge .............. 00000/WR'Elwd00M,00000000a0000o ............... 00HESAINTS Joseph Murphy ................ 0,00/Mrs. Shelby England ........ 5.00 C. C. Walker ............... 0. 'S. .............. 5.00 E. S, Goudlas ................ ph Shrader__ 5,00 WITH REFLECTIONS Mrs. J. F Wood ................ 00 ?' "e 'L E. Puntn y ................ 5.00 OR EVERY DAY IN Errett Hamilton ............. 10.00 Mrs. R. Fougerouse ........... 5.00 Miss Helena Anthe .......... 8.00 4rs. J. H. Gerard ........... 5.00 TItE YEAR MissJosephine Anthe ........ 8.00 Jrs, Daisy Burns ............ 5.00 Alex Keith, Jr ............... 6.00 Emma Reigel " 5.00 Mrs. E. L. Younger ........... 6.00 Engene Honan .............. 5.00 Mrs. J. E. Akers ............... 5.00 R. J. Finney ................ 5.00 A. R. Minor 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. W. Townsend .... 5.00 Penick Grover Co ............ 5.00 S. I)ickerman ................ 5.00 Majestic Co ................. 5.00 Mr. and Mrs, J. Bateman .... 5.00 Miss Mary Welch ........... 5.0x0 Mrs. Anna M. Welch ......... 5.00 I Mrs. W. E. Lutz ............. 5.00 Miss Regina Wrape .......... 5.00 Hotel Main ................. 5.00 Mrs. Alice Batholomew ...... 5.00 P. Argaud ................. 5.00 Mrs. J, E. Wool, on .......... 5.00 Mrs. J. T. DeM0nt ........... 5.00 Mrs. A, Holtzman ........... 5.00 Mrs. E. Sharp ............... 5.00 J. H. Harbour ................ 5.00 B. Sinner ................... 5.00 T. J, Cutchfield ............. 5.00 Mary M. DeWaiche .......... 5.00 J. E. Hein .................. 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Miller ..... 5.00 Mrs. W. A. Field ............ 5.00 Mrs. L. R. Borne ............ 5.00 Marie Dansforth ............. 5.00 Mrs. C. P. Jackson ........... 5.00 Miss Jennie Harding ........ 5.00 r). Rosenheim ............... 5.00 ludffe D. Meisner ............ 5.00 !. H. Thompson .............. 5.00 W. H. Walker ............... 5.00 K.P. A3exander .............. 5.00 T. G. Shipman ............... 5.00 Mrs. Kate Mortimer ......... 5.00 Rev. John Van Lear .......... 5.00 Rosa Miller .................. 5.00 Amelia Block ............... 5.00 iulia M. Rutland ............. 5.00 J. F. Kirtz ................... 5.00 G. R Couch ................. 5.00 Arthur E. Lee ............... 5.00 Rebecca Wheeler (colored) .... 5.00 Mary J., Davis (colored) ...... 5.00 (Continued next week,) ness you will show to the congregation we emain in the name of the tIoly Name Sodality. IRA DAVIS, President. ROY COULTER, SeCy. REV. J. J, STEINHAUER, Pastor: By key. ALBASI BUTLER This volume offers in compendious form the lives of many eminent servants of God. There is no better book for fostering a spirit of piety than "The Lives of tile Saints" and tlfis edition, with its low price, clear and legible type ought to be in every Catholic family. ' 16me, cloth, net, $1:00 Sent postpaid, on receipt of $1.10 THE BOOKERY 1309 W. SECOND ST. LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS IIIIIIIllllllUllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ) 1 Safety C0m cniel,ce I o t In Depositing Your Savings With t. 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