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PAGE TWO THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 12, Hundreds Are Attracted ,.vow00 By Luenen Passion Play Ft. Smith, Feb. 8.--The Luenen Passion Play, brought to Fort Smith under the auspices of Rev. Father Desmond and the Patrons Club of the Immaculate Concep- tion school, was a splendid suc- cess. The seven performances, given in the auditorium of the Senior High School, attracted hun- dreds of people who were deeply impressed with the sacred spec- tacle, which was truly inspira- tional, arousing feelings of the most ardent religious fervor in theaudience; and the remem- brance of the more solemn scenes, so realistically enacted, should re- main a life long thought. The Christus as portrayed by Josef Meier was as near perfection as any human being could be pos- sible of, tie blending of gentle- ness, power, authority, submissive- ness and majesty was superb. The characterization of Judas was another thrilling renditiorr, the remorse and grief depicted producing a memorable lesson. Stage settings and lighting ef- fects Were excellent, and the cos- tuming magnificent. There were 20 professional players in the cast. In the mob scenes were several students from the Junior College and also from St. Anne's Academy. The academy glee clubs were the singers for the matinees, and united with the various choirs of the city during the evening per- formances. Maurice Derdyn di- rected the entire musical arrange- ment. Ft. Smith Negro Public Library To Be Erected Fort Smith, Feb. 8.--Work on what promises to be a splendid addition to the parish of St. John Baptist, in Fort Smith, a public library for the negro people of that city, was with the approval and blessing of His ExCellency, the Most Reverend Bishop, begun last week. Of colonial design, in keeping with the church and other parish buildings, it has been designed by the architect, E. Chester Nelson. The contractor is Thomas Drake. The brick veneer structure will measure 23 by 42 feet and the I Rev. Wm. P. Murray, pastor, esti- mates the cost at $4,500. SEMINARIAN IS KILLED ANOTHER INJURED WHEN AUTO SKIDS, HITS TREE Rochester, Feb. 1. {E).mFuneral services were held in the Pro- Cathedral of the Sacred Heart here today for Walter Beeman, of Rochester, student of St. Bernard's Seminary, who was killed in an automobile accident near Medina, N. Y., Friday morning. Joseph J. Sullivan, also of Rochester and also a student of the Seminary, re- ceived a slight fracture of the skull in the accident. He is expected to recover. He is still confined to the Medina Hospital. The two students were return- Lug from Toronto, where they had visited a friend, Walter Sullivan, who is a member of the Basilian Order and who also is a resident af Rochester. Their car skidded as it rounded an icy curve and crashed into a tree. Mr. Beeman died two hours later. The two were on a vacation trip following their January examina- tions and were due to return to the Seminary next Thursday. The Most Rev. James E. Kearney, Bish- op of Rochester, delivered the ser- mon at the funeral Mass for Mr. Beeman. The other students of the Ireland And Great Britain To Reach Agreement London, Jan. 31. (EL--Although Eamon de Valera stated on his re- turn to Ireland after the three-day discussion with British ministers that "it will not be easy to find agreement," there is a feeling among Catholics here that Ire- land and Britain are already much closer together, and that an ar- rangement is almost inevitable. It is clear that in facing the pos- sibility of war Britain must be cer- tain the friendship of her neigh- bor to the west. From a military point of view this is essential. From the point of view of sup- plies it is desirable. Indicate General Attitude It is possible, too, that in fos- tering the talks with Mr. de Val- era Britain had in mind the placat- ing of Irish-American feeling, a point which may be of some im- portance in the present state of international affairs. Mr. de Valera's statement on the Downing Street talks was: "Each side in the negotiations has put forward its views and indicated its general attitude on the chief outstanding matters in dispute between the two countries. Trade Question Examined "The approach of the two States For the first time in the history of the Society of Jesus in North America, a father and son pronounced their final vows on the same day and at the Same altar. The ceremony was held at Weston Col- lege, Weston, Mass., on February 2. In the photo are shown, the 66-year old widower, Brother John Berigan, S. J., (left) affd his son, the Rev. Frederick L. Berlgan, S. J., who was ordained in 1932. Both were formerly of Worcester, Mass. 60 Congressmen Last Rites For Jackie Bernisen Sign Note Lauding Held Thursday to some of these questions is from Sp diametrically opposite points. It anish Reds will not be easy to find agreement. However we are exploring the whole field during the next few weeks• "There will be a detailed exami- nation of trade questions, and when the delegations meet again they should be in a position to dis- cover quickly whether an agree- ment is or is not possible." When Mr. de Valera arrived here to start the discussions a tremendous crowd of Irishmen and Irishwomen cheered him at the train. Policemen and photo- graphers were swept aside in the enthusiasm of the London Irish. Men climbed to the roof of the train, and Mr. de Valera had to be rescued and taken back to the train to save him from his en- thusiastic friends. New Irish Legislation Controls Dance Halls Dublin, Feb. 7. (E).--The rapid growth in the number of commer= cialized dance halls, sometimes no better than a hastily constructed shed, and the undoubted evils re- sulting from the unsupervised dances held in them has led to constant legislation in the effort to curb the danger. Halls erected in lonely places are refused a license for dancing and people coming from a distance of more than five miles are re- fused admission--if the law is not i evaded. The drinking that takes places among so many of the young persons attending these dances is constantly condemned by the clergy, who vigorously op- pose the granting of licenses in cases where this is known to have occurred. Washington, Feb. 7. (E).bFrank amazement that 60 members of the 75th Congress of the United States have signed a message conveying greetings to and laud- ing the Leftist parliament in Bar- celona, Spain, is expressed in a statement made public last eve- ning by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Mi- chael J. Ready, General Secretary of the National Catholic Welfare Conference. The message signed by the American legislators was made public yesterday morning J by the representatives here of the Spanish Leftist government. Monsignor Ready directs atten- tion to the fact that the Barcelona Government in Spain has been re- sponsible "for the torture and murder of thousands of Bishops and priests and nuns, the desecra- tion and destruction of hundreds of churches and shrines, and the complete denial of religious free- dom." No such government whether it is legally in power or not, whether it can call itself 'democratic' or not, deserves the good wishes and moral support of any conscientious upholder of our Constitution, the more so if he is sworn to that obligation as an of- ficial representative of our genu- inely free democracy," Monsignor Ready adds. The text of the statement fol- lows: "The message of 'good wishes' to the parliament of the Barcelona government in Spain, signed by 60 Senators and Representatives of the United States and released in today's newspapers, has simply amazed me. "Poor comfort--a little reassur- ance--may be taken from state- ments by some of these Senators and Representatives, that they signed the document w!thout acquainting themselves beforehand with its content or meaning. "Two thoughts obtrude them- i Seminary returned early to attend the funeral• Mr. Beeman was the son of Mrs. Walter A. Beeraan, of Rochester , and Mr. Sullivan is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sul- livan, also of this city. Mr. Sullivan is expected to be ordained in the priesthood next June• Mr. Beeman's ordination would have taken place in June, I 1939. k 222 S. 4th St. I V Haynes Produce Co. QUALITY POULTRY AND EGGS SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Phone 9166 Fort Smith, Ark. Fort Smith, Feb. 8.--The fu- neral Requiem Mass for Jackie Bernisen, 20, was celebrated by Rev. Father Janesko last Thurs- day morning at the Immaculate Cofception church. The services were attended by many of the students of St. Anne's academy where Jackie had been a pupil for three years. Interment was in the Catholic cemetery. The deceased is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ber- nisen, and one sister, all of the home, 4718 Spradling avenue. Hi, death was an instant one, caused by an auto crashing into his motor- cycle which octirred near Pecos Texas, while he was on his way to Fort Smith. whether diplomatic proprieties have come to a state where an embassy to Washington from an- other country goes about drum- ming up plaudits for its govern- ment back home from the mem- bers of our Congress. In a word, one may well wonder whether an embassy has been turned into a propaganda 'pressure' agency. "Second is the consoling thought that only 60 of our 531 Senators and Representatives--only 11 per- cent, that isbhave lent their names to this petition. This is a healthy sign that devnocracy is still what it purports to be in the United States, and not a mere sham and catchword as it is in some countries. When your heart is distracted in prayer, bring it gently back to the point from which it has wan- dered, and lay it tenderly at the feet of the Master. If you do but this your hour will be well em- ployed. w FT. SMITH, ARK. JOS. V. FERRARI CO. i INSURANCE and BONDS "We Give Service" THE NEW SPRING EHHA JETTICKS ARE HERE GABARDINES And LEATHERS Blue * * Black * * and ** Brown PATRICK SHOE COMPANY 913 Garrison Fort Smith selves above the shock of my amazement. The first is a ques- tion as to what individuals or agencies are responsible for the circulation of this petition. It is pertinent that it was given out to the press by the Washington Embassy of the Barcelona regime. At least two of the signatories were under the impression that those carrying the document about for signing were connected with the o Embassy. One is left to wonder Phone 8181 Fort Smith, Ark. GO TO Kohne's Grocery FOR Home Made BREAD AND ROLLS 1122 N. 11 St. Ph. 3138 Ft, Smith, Ark. "LAST MINUTE" Waiting is Often Expensive Economical drivers tell us that frequent check-ups save many dollars a year 1938 Semester List of Subiaco Honor Pupils Announced Subiaco, Feb. 8. -- (Special).-- A list of honor students in scho- lastic subjects was compiled for the first semester at Subiaco col- lege and academy last week, fol- lowing mid-term examinations. The list divides the honor students into two groups. Group one in- cludes all who amassed an average of 95 per cent or better. Group two is composed of students aver- aging from 90 to 94 per cent in all studies. The complete list is as follows: Group One, 95 to 100 Percent James Sloan, Fort Smith, 98; Henry Anhalt, Shoal Creek, 97; Jack Marlar, Clarksville, 97; Jo- seph Koesler, Gainesville, Texas, 96; Wililam Clancy, Dallas, Tcx., 90; Lesion Sacra, Denison, Tcx., 96; Arnold Schmuecker, Nazareth, Tex., 96; Norman Spicer, Subiaco, 96; John Walbe, Morrison Bluff, 96; Joe Carter, Subiaco, 5. Group Two 90 to 94 Percent This group includes: Leon Fox, Prairie View, 94; Louis DeSalvo, Center Ridge, 94; George Fischer, Paris, 94; Charles Jones, Dallas, Tex., 94; John Dunn, Ozark, 93; Mike DeSalvo, Center Ridge, 93; Leo Lensing, Scranton, 92; Martin Ashour, Subiaco, 92; Eberhardt Wagner, Subiaco, 92; Eugene Boer- ner, Subiaco, 92; Lamber Bezner, Lindsay, Tex., 92; Edward Endres, Muenster, Tex., 92; Oscar Stolle, : St. Louis, Me. 92; Edward Wag- ner, Subiaco, 92; Rupert Buergler, Altus, 91; William Gerke, Little i Rock, 91; Charles Goodwin, Wich- ira Falls, Tex., 90; Pat Goodwin, :Wichita Falls, Tex., 90; Lowell Wilson, Hot Springs, 90. These lists are based on purely academic ratings in every study Aids Red Cross/ 11 i The Rev. Leo. F. McGreal, S. J.i American priest stationed at Gon- zaga College, China, who, accord- lng to an announcement from the American Red Cross, has been named a member of the American John Sheehan, Former Ft. Smith Resident, Dies St. Scholastica Pupils Mid-Term Fort Smith, Feb. Scholastica students mid-term tests. Nearly all, ing from the excellent they made, were deli ing so sedulously applied selves during the first of school. A few woke realization that the ace of knowledge necessitates application and diligent tion of daily lessons. A very fine three-day conducted by the Rev. ncsko, assistant pastor of maculate Conception Smith, -concluded the activities. Rev. Father Janesko sermons each day and he of the other spiritual tivities. The officers of the # took turn in praying the Last Wednesday academy students saw the I Passion Play at the school. The following are on of honor for the past Advisory Committee in China, to term: Regina Buergler, aid in handling relief funds being Erman, Frances Smith, \\;raised in the United States. Harrison, Helen Bell Gatlin, Mathilda Clara Lehnen, Billie ton, Lucille Smith, Jose ger, Silvia Dominguez. taken by each student, and do not take into regard such consid- sister of Mr. Andrew Hendricks, erations as conduct, application to Miss Mary Hendricks and Miss studies, and other requirements for Bessie Hendricks, Fort Smith. the quarterly honor roll, from which the semester "list of honor students" is entirely distinct. Students Hear Josef Meier, Christus of Play Fort Smith, Feb. 8.--At a joint asembly held Friday morning, of the St. Anne's and the Immaculate Conception school pupils,-- in the parochial auditorium, Josef Meier, the Christus of the Luenen Passion i Passion Play, gave a very beau- tiful talk relative to the lesson to be derived from the presentation of the play. He also was guest speaker at noon luncheon of the ExcHange Club. He was intro- duced by Father Desmond for both talks. Fort Smith, Feb. 8.  Funeral services for Mr. John T. Sheehan, former Fort Smithian, who died in Wichita, Kansas, were held at the Immaculate Conception church on Tuesday afternoon, Rev. Father° Desmond officiating. Burial was in the Catholic cemetery. His wife, who survives him, is the former Miss Fannie Hendricks, Make an act of humility every day, humbling yourself to an in- ferior, performing some menial office in the house. DEAF? • FREE DEMONSTRATION An atirely new world of natural lmrlng without stxain and effort is now available to deafened. s with the Coronation Acoustioon. Lighter and smaller than any Acousticon ever bLdlt brining hearing of remaxkable clarity at almost any distance--Cultom fitted on the scientific Aurogauge-- Lifetime Guarantee--Free demontxa- tioo at our AcousUoon Offices or in your own home--Time paymentl available. ACOUSTICON INSTITUTE OF FORT SMITH, ARK. MAX A. FRIEND, Mgr. 317 Garrison Dial 7054 [ JOHNSON-HALES LIVESTOCK COMMISSION CO. We Solicit Your BUSINESS Bonded for Your Protection West Ft. 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