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PAGE TWO -, THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 19, 1938 ; '!  "--, .................... -- F.D.R. GREETS -X-THOLic-INDIANS-] ................. ; .............................................................. ' R,chnne Pr0-ram G,ven Scout W00ek Is Keany , A. A.____,_ Observed At rress as rarest gulwark 00nnes Sublaco Academy T:=rtL?K:hnl7  (By N. C.. W. C. News Service) [ A II  l" l i Subiaco, Feb. 15. (Special).-- Rock, and editor of The Oi Strong maorsement of the Ca- A[||=|||a,  A marshmallow and weiner roast is a guest at St. Edward'S tholic Press and fervent appeals I|| VI%V For!, Smith, Feb. 14.--St. Val- attracted about 50 Subiaco acad- Hospital whereheis takingr for its practical support are con-  !  entine s day was anticipated by a amy students to a moonligit hike needed rest. tained in special Catholic Press Krl[ |A group of St. Anne s elocution pu-!through the Ouachita ridges last Father Kcany is recUI Month messages that have been ]|UU%UJ | pils who on Thursday the 10th on-Saturday night in observance of from a recent illness, havi published in various parts of the tertained the high school students International Scout Week. The a patient at St. Vincent's i. on Be Sunday with a Valentine program given hikers wereassembledbytheRev, for about a week before at the assembly period in the audi- George F. X. Strassner, O. S. B., to Fort Smith. He is ir Emphasizing "our duty to sup- port whole-heartedly" the Cath- olic Press, the Most Rev. Arthur J. Drossaerts, Archbishop of San Antonio, asks: "Where would we find the defense of the Church, where the refutation of errors and falsehoods and slanders, where the propagation of the Truth, with- out the valuable help of our Ca- tholic Press?" Safe and Reliable Guidance Asking "Is it not evident that nearly every one of our daily pa- pers fell for the insidious propa- ganda of Valencia?" Archbishop Drossaerts adds: "And if today they slowly begin to realize how cleverly their reporters and editors have been led by the nose by Stalin's agents, this change of tactics and views is due---no doubt about itto the valiant, persistent exposure by our Catholic Press." "It is quite evident," the Arch- bishop also says, "that in all the great questions agitating the world today, Atheism, Communism or sound Christian philosophy, the moral questions of divorce, birth control, etc., the only safe and re- liable guidance is to be found in our own Catholic Press." Importane of Press Month The Most Roy. Christopher E. Byrne, Bishop of Galveston, says in a letter to his priests and peo- ple that "no one can be Catholic- minded who will not read Catholic papers." "Our Catholic people and priests," Bishop Byrne also says, "pay great heed to the Church when she reminds them of May Mary's Month; of June---the Sac- red Heart Month; of November the Holy Souls' Month. God bless the piety and devotion of Catho- lics in these sacred times! But the Catholic Press Month is equal- ly as important, and as sacred and richly contributive to faith and morals." The Most Roy. Emmanuel B. Ledvina, Bishop of Corpus Christi says in part: Misleading Propaganda "In these times Catholic people, more than ever, need to be infor- ed of events that are transpiring throughout the world, and to un- derstand which, as well as coun- teract which, proper Catholic guidance is necessary; and the Ca- tholic Press is really the only medium that gives Catholic peo- ple' the proper information to guide them safely through the ever-growing confusion created and abetted by the godless agen- cies that are constantly active in their misleading propaganda." The Most Rev. Robert E. Lucey, Bishop of Amarillo, seizes upon Catholic Press Month as an op- portunity "to remind our people of the important part which a virile, accurate Catholic Press can have in the life of their Church and in their own individual lives." "With a sense of satisfaction, too," he adds, "do we remark the develop- ment of such a strong medium in our own country." The Bishop says the diocesan paper is of par- ticular value in his See, "because it serves as a link or bond of unity between the far-flung parishes of this vast mission field." Safeguarding Instruction Declaring that "today when ob- noxious propaganda is so esshnti- ally insidious" the Church must be on guard and the faithful must be ever watchful, the Most Rev. Ger- ald Shaughnessy, S. M., Bishop of Seattle, declares in a special Ca- tholic Press Month letter to his priests and people that "the press is the all-important source of safe- guarding instruction that will pro- Jonesboro, Ark. f GREENHAW ABSTRACT COMPANY Established 1882 510 Main Telephone 307 Jonesboro, Ark. Subiaco, Fc.b. 15.- (Special). About 30 Subiaco academy, stu- dents will take part in the annual "All-Subiaco Night" broadcast over Station KTHS, Hot Springs, Sunday night at 8:30. The 45- minute program, arranged by the Very Rev. Gregory Kehres, O. S. B., alumni secretary, will feature the school band directed by the Rev. Eugene Knoff, O. S. B. Coach Reynold Maus will speak briefly on the school's athletic program, and other faculty members will probably be called on for com- ment. A partial list of boys to appear on the program included the fol- lowing: Andrew Arnold, Herbert Bez- nor, Lambert Bezner, Herbert Bornhoft, James Bornhoft, J. W. Campbell, Bemis Chappelle, Dale Denman, Pat Elkins, Roy Endres, Leonard Fox, Oscar Gehring, Eu- gene Kirchoff, Jay Kirchoff, An- thony Klement, Joseph Koesler, Billy Laney, Albert Lange, Wilmer Luke, Nick Minden, Joe Papa, Cyril Plafcan, Andrew Raible, Leston Sacra, Joseph Savary, Jno. Shanks, Joe Sokora, and Hugo Schwarz. Academy Senior, Class Sponsors Valentine Dance Fort Smith, Feb. 15.The so- cial committee of the senior class was responsible for a very en- joyable dance given Friday night in the assembly hall of the acad- emy. About 80 of St. Anne's boys and girls, and a few outside invited guests, were present. The hall was suggestive of Valentine'S day in its gala decorations of red hearts and gold arrows. Excel- lent music was furnished. Fort Smith, Feb. 15.--The Mad- den Dancing School, directed by Kathleen Madden and her assist- ant, Josephine Brun, presented its large class of pupils in two rezues ; given at the Joie Theatre last Fri- day and Monday night. The per- formances attracted capacity audi- ences; programs were varied as to dances and costuming. tect our people from contamina- tion." Saying to his priests, Religious and people that "most seriously and from my innermost heart I commend to you the Catholic Press," Bishop Shaughnessy adds: "Upon all who aid in furthering the ends of the Catholic Press I pray God's choicest blessings and the grace of an ever-increasing strong and sturdy Catholic faith that may ride triumphant over the storm of attack and propaganda that may assail it." Real Obligation to Support In an article specially-written i for Catholic Press Month, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. John A. Duskie, Chan- cellor of the Diocese of Concordia, says "one cannot be satisfied with mere praise and commendation" of the Catholic Press, but that every Catholic "has a real obligation to support this foremost weapon of Catholic Action." "With the prevalence of so many anti-Christian and irreligious practices and theories invading the sacred sanctuary of the home and family," Monsignor Duskie says, "the Catholic Press has unceasing- ly assailed these destructive on- slaughts of paganism." "The Ca- tholic Press is necessary in order to nourish our Catholic life," he adds. Say frequently in the midst of your contradictions and sufferings: This is the path to heaven; I be- hold the gate, and I am sure that the storms will not prevent my President Roosevelt greets Foolish Bear, 84, and Drags Wolf, 75, two Indians of the Gros Centre tribe from North Dakota, on their recent Journey to Washingtot on matters affecting their tribe. The Gros Ventre Ind/ans are predominently Ctholic. Young P00ople Of Subiaco Organize Jr. Study Club Subiaco, Feb. 15.--On Friday, February 11, the young people of Subiaco organized a junior study club under the direction of the Rev. Alphonse Mueller, O. S. B. ,pastor. Officers were elected with the following results: Alois Willems, president; Albert Eckart, vice president, and Paul Kennedy, sec- retary. Alexander Forst, Edward Wagner and Elizabeth Schlutter- man were appointed lecturers, and Wilfred Schnieder, parliamentar- ian. The new club was named "The Little Flower" in honor of Saint Theresa. The slogan will be se- lected at the next meeting which will be held Wednesday, Febru- ary 16, at 8 p. m. The first topic for study will be "The Ceremonies of the Mass" by the Roy. C. C. Smyth. Catholic Slovak Union Founds Scholarships Cleveland, Feb. 11. (E).--Found- ing of a perpetual scholarship for a boy and girl in memory of the late Rev. Joseph Dulik, of Oly- phant, Pa., and Michael Basak, of Scranton, Pa., were voted at the annual meeting of officers of the First Catholic Slovak Union here. Father Dulik was a former spir- itual director of the union. The meeting also voted financial aid to the Vincentian Sisters of Charity at Bedford, O., mother- house for this diocese; the Sisters of SS. Cyril and Methodius, at Danville, Pa.; the Sisters of St. Francis at Pittsburgh, and to the welfare program of Sisters' hos- pital at Perrysville, Pa., and the proposed Catholic chapel at the Expression Club Is Organized By Fr. Strassner Subiaeo, Feb. 15. (Special). An expression club in Religion was organized Saturday by the Roy. George Strassner, O. S. B., as an extra-curricular activity for members of the academy junior and senior religion classes. Officers chosen were James Donohue, Gar- dena, Calif., president; Leon Fox, Prairie View, vice president; Som- mars Moore, Cotton Plant, secre- tary, and Bob MacDonald, Tulsa, Okla., treasurer. A council elect- ed to arrange programs consisted of Jorge Dominguez, Havana, Cuba; Joe Trapolino, benison, ex., and Charles Rinke, Coal Hill. The club will debate timely re- ligious topics at special called meetings. Courses Are Resumed In Chinese Seminary Peiping, Feb. 5. (E).Resuming class work after an interruption of six months the regional seminary at Suanhuafu has opened classes again, Lumen Service reports. The opening was delayed due to the fact that so many of the stu- dents had not been able to return for lack of communications. One group of students who had return- ed to their home in Lintsing, Shan- tung, for the summer months re- turned after spending 13 days en route. Provision had been made earlier for about 50 of the stu- dents from the Shansi sector to [ continue their studies temporarily at Fenyang, Shansi. Reich Catholic Paper Banned, Reissued Berlin, Feb. 7. ($).--The Berliner Kirehenblatt, official organ of the Diocese of Berlin, reappeared with the January 16 issue. The previous ,,  issue of the bulletin was sup- State Hospital in Massinon, u . . . " I pressea uy the Gestapo without Other actions taken were m can- ex 1 " .... I p anauon. eel two assessments in luu zor Th " ..... ] e January 16 issue was delay- members over 65, ann me asian- _ ....... . . ea oecause ic naa to pass through lishment of a new enaowmen policy whereby members may cash in at 65. Seven thousand mem- bers were added last year and as- sets now total more than $11,000- 000. The Rev. Joseph Banik, new spiritual director of the Union, will represent it at the Interna- tional Eucharistic Congress in Budapest in May. Changes in the official roster were: Dr. S. A. Yesko, medical examiner, of Georgetown University, Washing- ton, D. C., medical examiner; An- drew Hasara, Mahanoy City, Pa., auditor, and Philip Hrobak, Cleve- land, editor of Jednota, official publication. When you encounter things which give you trouble, remember that the saints cheerfully did greater and more troublesome tasks, and encourage yourself by their example, FT. SMITH, ARK. the censorship office before being released. It is not possible that you should so soon be mistress of your soul, or that you should control it so absolutely at first. FT. SMITH, ARK. JOS. V. FERRARI CO. INSURANCE and BONDS torium of the academy. Follow- ing were the numbers presented: A Tribute to St. Valentine, Chas. Lamb--Patricia Farnand; Valen- tine to Mother, Wear--Elizabeth Ann Price; A Hindoo's Paradise Howitt  Dorothy Choppesky Grandma's Valentine, Eugene Pield--Margaret Friend; A Pro- posal in Grandma's Day, Joyce-- enacted by Irene Hammer, Vin- cent Borangasser, Alice Hough, and Maurice Jabor; A Boy, Wade Betty Frank Vogel; Her Valen- tine, Riley--Betty Lil Friends; An Up-to-Date Proposal, one act play, Joyce  Patricia Farnand, Pascal Porta, Catherine Ann Grier, Jack Hough; A Blue Valentine, Joyce KilmerAnn McShane Luckin- bill; The Cavaliers' Valentine, Eu- gent FieldErlyne Calma; The Groomless Honeymoon, Sears Irene Hammer; May Meg's Valen- tine, Waterfield -- Alice Hough Valentine to a Man of Worth, Church; Courtship Past and Pre- sent, CarpenterCatherine Ann Grier; The End of the Rainbow, a fantasty in minature, Webber Pierrot, Dorothy Choppesky; Pier- rote, Elizabeth Ann Price; Will'O the Wisp, Margaret Friend; Pian- ist, Gertrude Wavers. Student Sodality Of St. Anne's Buy Pamphlets Fort Smith, Feb. 15.--Joining the drive for Catholic Action the student sodality of St. Anne's academy have purchased and are distributing two hundred copies i of the leaflet entitled "I Saw the Soviet," by Father Lord, S. J. The leaflet gives a correct and vivid picture of actual conditions in Russia. The selection of the annual Lenten play to be given by the sodality has been made. It is a three-act sacred drama entitled "Thy Will Be Done," based on the Passion and written by the Rev. Father Power, C. S. Sp. There are 18 speaking parts in the cast and several extras; it will be staged March 24 to 27. Dominican Order Head Plans Journey to U. S. Rome, Feb. 7. (E).--The Most Roy. Martin Gillet, Master Gen- eral of the Dominicans, who is now in the Far East, visiting the Dominicans of Indo-China, China and Japan, expects to return here via the United States, reaching Rome some time in March. a veteran Scout organizer, and consisted of both students who are Scout members in their home towns and prospective members of a proposed local troop. A council fire was built at the halting place in the ridges and speeches on Scout principles were given by Father George, O. S. B., and Father Norbert, O. S. B. Stu- dents called upon for speeches were James McGowan, Memphis, Tenn.; Dale Denman, Prescott; Pat Goodwin, Wichita Falls, Tex.; Tom Clawson, Dallas, Tex.; Charles Hutchings, Memphis, Tenn.; and Bill Denman, Prescott. A team captained by James Mc- Gowan won in a game of "cap- ture the flag" which preceded the marshmallow-weiner roast. Deanery Meeting Is Called By Ray. M. J. Norton Fort Smith, Feb. 15.--The Very Rev. M. J. Norton, chaplain of St. Edward's Mercy Hospital, and recently apopinted Dean of North Western Arkansas, called his first deanery meeting last Tuesday which was held for the purpose of completing arrangements for the establishment of the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine in this sec- tion of the diocese. This business section of the meeting was pre- sided over by the Rev. Dr. John Scheper, S. T. D., St. John's Semi- nary, Little Rock, who is diocesan director of the Confraternity. Fort Smith, Feb. 15."Judas" of the Luenen Passion Play, re cently appearing in Fort Smith, is FT. SMITH, ARK. DEAF An entirely new world o| natural hearing without stzain ,rid effort is now availahle to dened ear= with the Coronation Acounticon. 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