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THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 19, 1938 PAGE THREE ALL SOCIAL NAL and o # OFFICE BY r Send Social Items to The Guard-TNOO N TUES Office, 3091/ W. Second St. Phone 5486.|DAY. Women's Union Mis- sewing circle will meet afternoon, the 23rd of at the home of Mrs. Hart, Jr., 804 East Ninth All ladies interested in are cordially invited. J, Arnold, chairman. Catholic High School P.- Will sponsor a benefit card on Thursday afternoon and 24, at the home B. F. Busby, 811 North Mrs. F. A. McDonald of this affair. Barker, Jr., entertain- at her home on Col- on Tuesday evening, 15. Miss Mabel Keller the prize for high score. refreshments were served hostess to the twelve guests party, sponsored serdor class of the Holy in Jonesboro, Tuesday evening, Feb- in the academy audi- There were many lovely and the door prize, a home- Cake, was won by Mrs. J. Marie Runshang and Mrs. Arendt entertained with miscellaneous shower of Miss Runshang, on February 11, hun- Hattie Thompson, The rooms were at- decorated with red ad flowers, and the en- Scheme was carried out motif of red and Games were played dur- with delightful given to the winners. refreshments were sere- 30 guests present, the assisted in serving k. Runshang, and Mrs. The honoree re- Paany lovely gifts at the a novelty treasure hunt. Association a dance at the Club Tuesday evening, Feb- 9 until 2. A nine- will furnish music Will be a novelty floor may be purchased member of the Alumni Aid Society will a Washington Birthday soiree on Tuesday 22. A chicken be served from 5 to in the school hall, fol- a social in the school have been priced Mrs. J. O. Martini President of the so- be chairman of the af-i she will be assisted by committee. engagement and approaching mar- riage of Miss Margaret Kennedy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Kennedy of Subiaco, and Paul A. Kaelin, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kaelin also of Subiaco. The wedding will be solemnized on Monday. February 28, at St. Bene- dict's church in Subiaco. St. Edward's 9th and Sherman Sts. FEBRUARY 20, 1938 Sexagesinm Sunday -- "Guardian Sunday." Service schedule: Masses, 5:30, 7, 8:30 and 10:30 a. m. Sermon theme: "Letter from Home," Text: "The Seed Is the Word of God." Evening devotions, Eucharistic i hour, sermon, "How Faith Is Re-! gained When Lost," followed b Y Benediction of the Blessed Sac- rament. Weekly Servlcs Early Mass daily at 6:30 and school Mass at 8:00 a. m. Novena of "Our Lady of Per- petual Help" Tuesday night at 7:30 followed by a social entertainment. ! --Rev. Lawrence Hoyt, O. S. B., pastor. Cathedral Notes Sunday Masses Low Masses at 6, 7 and 9 a. m. High Mass at 11 a. m. Masses on Holydgys Masses on Holydays of Obliga- tion at 6:30, 7:30, 9:30 and 12:05 noon. Weekday Masses Masses daily at 7:00 and 8:00 o'clock. Little Flower Novena Devotions of the novena in hon- or of St. Therese, the Little Flow- er of Jesus, are held every Wed- nesday evening at 7:45 o'clock with prayers of the novena, con- gregational singing, a sermon and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament followed by venera- tion of the relic of the Saint. Confessions Confessione are heard every Saturday from 4 to 6 and from 7:30 to 8:30 p. m., and on the Thursday before the First Friday and on the eve of Holydays at the same hours. To accommodate those who cannot conveniently come during these hours, Confes- sions are also heard before the 7 and 9 o'clock Masses Sunday morning and every morning be- fore the daily Masses. Holy Souls Chapel North Tyler & -r Street (Attended from the Cathedral) Mass on Sunday at 8 a. m. Mass on Holydays and on the First Fri- day of the month at 7:30 a. m. Confessions on the eve of Holy- days and the Thursday before the First Friday at 2 p. m. Confessions an hour before the Mass on Sun- morning in the Cathedral at 7 and 8 o'clock. Perpetual Novena The services of the perpetual novena in honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal are held every Sunday evening at 7:45 o'clock with special prayers of the novena, congregational singing, a sermon, Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament, and enroll- ment in the Miraculous Medal. Instruction Class A class of instruction in the teachings of the Catholic Church is held in the Cathedral Rectory, Circle Activities Circle No. 1, Mrs. Ralph Adams, chairman, had a well attended meeting at the home of Mrs. A. X. Perrot, 406 N. Van Buren, on Wednesday, February 9. Follow- ing the business meeting, the game of tango was enjoyed. Re- freshments were served by the hostess. This circle also held a very successful home made cake and cookie sale at the school par- lors on Monday, February 7, with the chairman, assisted by Mrs. J. C. McFarland, in charge. Circle No. 2, Mrs. George Dana- her, chairman, held a well attend- ed luncheon meeting at the Uni- versity Club on Friday, February 11, at 12:30 with Mrs. Carl Gates as hostess. The meeting on Fri- day, February 18, will be held at the home of Mrs. Edward Ma- honey, 2300 Newton street. No meeting will be held during the week of February 20 as the Wash- ington Birthday supper will be held in the school hall, 505 East Sixth street, on Tuesday of that week. Circle No. 3, Mrs. Eugene Hart, acting chairman, held a well at- tended meeting in the Seventh street vestry of the Cathedral on Tuesday, February 8. A number of new members were present, and much work was accomplished in sewing for the needs of the sanctu- aries of the Cathedral and Holy i Souls chapel. Circle No. 4, Mrs. G. J. Shrad- er, chairman, met on Monday, February 14, at the home of the chairman, 216 Linwood. Plans were made at the meeting for the monthly card party which will be held at the Cathedral school par- lors, 503 East Sixth street, on the afternon of Monday, February 28. A feature of the meeting was a question box period, which was conducted by Monsignor Moran. Circle No. 5, Mrs. John L. Ken- ney, chairman, held a largely at- tended meeting in the school par- lors on Friday, February 11. A number of new members were pre- sent at the meeting. Plans were made for the monthly card party, to be held on Friday, February 25, in the school parlors, with Mrs. Frank Haley, chairman, as- sisted by the following members of the circle: Mrs. George Mas- sery. Mrs. Lee Capestro, Mrs. D. C. Cox, Mrs. Joseph Carmichael, and Mrs. Blick Martin. in addition to a prize at each table, a large number of door prizes will be given. This circle will have another raviola sale and luncheon at the school hall on March i with Mrs. M. D. Rossi in charge. Preparations for an- R O MISSIONS THE EDUCATION AND TRAIN-  if5 f ING OF WORTHY ECCLESIASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN'S HOME MISSION SEMINARY Any full Burse or Share in an Incomplete Burse may be donated. Dona- "--'W ollhl5 tions, large or small, will be gratefully received and recorded. A Burse is a sum of money invested and drawing enough interest to provide board, lodging and training for one seminarian. Requests for further information and the benefits shared by contri- butors, and likewise all donations, should be sent to the Rector, Rt. Actwities in the State of Arkansas Rev. Msgr. James P. Gaffney, Ph.D., St. John's Seminary, Little Rock Arkansas. St. John's Seminary Burses Hot Springs 10.00 Complete St. Mary's Burse, Hot Springs; Msgr. Tobin Bui'se, Little Rock; Alumni Burse, in honor of St. John the Baptist; Bishop Byrne Burse; Rev. Joachim F. Galloni Burse. Bishop Fitzgerald Buree Incomplete This Burse is a memorial to the Most Reverend Edward Fitzgerald, second Bishop of Little Rock. From a benefactor __.$ 50.00 Pupils St. Anne's academy 25.00 Anonymous, Hot Springs._ 50.00 Anonymous, N. L. R .... 100.00 Msgr. Gallagher, Mona._ 100.00 Anonymous additional sums received 251.25 Anonymous additional sums received 430.00 For favors received __ 2.00 Anonymous, Hot Springs_ 25.00 Anonymous 430.00 Anonymous, addn. sums-- 99.40 Mrs. J. J. Keller N 5.00 Thanksgiving 1.00 Anonymous .68 Victor Koers, L. R. --- 100.00 Mrs. Ernest Botto, Ft. Smith 100.00 Total $1769.33 Alumni Bum -- In Honor of The Blessed Trinity This Burse is the second foun- dation made by the priests who were ordained from St. John's Seminary. It is De to the clergy and the people-inngeneral who have the work and interest of the Seminary at heart. Previously acknowledged__$101.00 Anonymous 81.43 In memory of Hugh McDevitt 25.00 Raymond Maus, Atkins _ 25.00 Appreciation, Slovaktown_ 25.00 Alumnus, 1914 20.00 Alumnus, 1914 -' 20.00 Alumnus, 1916 10.00 Alumnus, 1919 20.00 Alumnus, 1923 20.00 Alumnus, 1924 ............ 25.00 Alumnus, 1924 .............. 20.00 Alumnus, 1925 .. 25.00 Alumnus, 1926 20.00 Alumnus, 1926 10.00 Alumnus, 1927 10.00 Alumnus, 1934 ............ 10.00 N. N., Paragould, Ark.,__ 10.00 Friends of Little Flower, Dixie, Arkansas 10.00 In memory of John M. Murray I0.00 Jubilee Qffering, business was tranacted and plans were made for the future activi- ties of the Mothers Club. St. Andrew's Men's Club St. Andrew's Men's Club, Mr. John Sanders, president, held a largely attended meeting at the Cathedral school parlors on Mon- :day, February 14. During the business sessions plans were out- lined for future activities of the club. A feature of the meeting was the questions box period, con- ducted by the spiritual director, Monsignor Moran. Following the busines session a social session was enjoyed, at which time Judge J. Carmichael gave a very inter- esting and informative talk on his recent trip abroad. The committee in charge of the program was Messrs. Harry Elliott, chairman, W. S. Allen, W. L. Lewis, and John A. Healey. In memory of Mrs. H. MeMahon _. . 10.00 Memorial Crusade Unit 33.31 In memory of J. M. Schwartz 20.00 In memory of Mary F. Flaherty 100.00 M. P. Gengler 5.00 Monsignor Tynin 2.60 Father McDaicl, 1926__ 25.06 In memory of Msgr. Aretz 5.00 Mrs. E. M.S. 5.00 Father Schaefer 10.00 Total $723.40 Arkansas Courts Catholic Daugh- ters of America State Courts _$241.00 Knights of Columbus This Burse is a foundation by the Arkansas State Council to as- sist St. John's Seminary in the training of candidates for the priesthood. Reported to Aug. 31,' 1932..$3665.65 State Council, 1933.___ 177.75 State Council, 1934 __ 164.40 State Council, 1935 201.80 State Council, 1936 __ 178.00 Total $4,387.80 Sacred Heart Burse Balance, Feb. 1, 1930__$1041.05 Thanksgiving 132.00 George Reidmuller __ 5.00 L. P. Zurcher 2.60 Mrs. Ed Ash 2.00 M. P. Gengler 25.00 Seminary Sunday Donations 45.21 Mr. and Mrs. M. Biltz _ 2.00 Victor Koers 5.00 Baresch Family 2.00 Mrs. A. Hart 5.00 Mrs. F. Margrave ____ 2.00 Relative of student __ 10.00 Msgr. Haeringer 10.00 George Bergrnon ........ 5.00 Memory of Msgr. Aretz_ 10.00 Holy Angels Convent, Jonesboro 28.00 "J." Morrilton 5.00 Memory of Beatrice Williams ____ 10.00 Memory of Sarah Gallagher 10.00 Memory of John Gallagher ......... 10.00 Elizabeth B. Bailey _. 50.00 Schwarz 300.00 Cassie N. Coleman __ 25.00 Anonymous 184.08 Total $1925.94 the school on Monday, January 21. Plans were made for a card party and tango party to be held at the Cathedral school parlors on Tues- day, March 1. This is an annual event in the program of the Holy Souls Mothers club. Dlesesd Virgin's Sodality The Blessed Virgin's Sodality, Miss Alice Richard, Prefect, held a very successful tango social at the school parlors Thursday, Feb- ruary 16. The Sodality at the present time is working under the the direction of Rev. Edward Maloy, spiritual director, to re- model the Seventh street vestry of the Cathedral to make of it a most attractive chapel. The party which was held on last Thursday was the first of a series of activi- ties which the Sodality plans to conduct for the purpose of raising Little Rock Council No. 812 The regular meeting of last Tuesday was very well attended and despite the bad and rainy weather about 60 members were in attendance. Through the kind- 'ness of Father Joseph A. Murray the members were fortunate in viewing the present day pictures of the places in and near Jeru- salem, where our Lord and Savior suffered and died about 1900 years for Founders' Week. While it has been our custom .to receive Communion in a body, i the second Sunday of each month, we would like to enlarge on this I splendid practice, by having the l younger men, who are still not old enough to join our order, and the few older men of our parish, 'who are not members, to join with us on these occasions, so that monthly will become Communion ago. Father Murray gave a very a beneficial habit to all. interesting description and histori- I Suitable resolutions were adopt- cal data while showing the pic-ed at our last meeting expressing tures, which were enlarged on a l our sympathy to the bereaved I members of the family of our re- I cently deceased Brother John is made of the are also heard in the Chapel half other activity to be held at the school parlors on the afternoon of 2k L E N ]D 2k ][{ March 25 has the following com- mittee in charge: Mrs. Mary Quin, Mrs. Louise Keller, Mrs. Jennie FBRUy  A J:" s-ons "-an Halberstadt, Mrs. J. R. Robertson 2 bi lu ill or a ce and Mrs. J. Frank Cherry. Plans at Club Royle. were also made for a rummage T. MARY'S P.-T. A.--Meets second Thursday of each month, sale to be held in April. Mon- Luncheon at 1:00 p.m. signor Moran, who attended the AID SOCIETYMeets every first Monday of the meeting, complimented the circle in the Cathedral School parlors, 503 E. 6th St.,, 3:15. on the splendid results that had P.-T. A.--Meets the third Thursday of every month in been obtained this year. Follow- School Parlors, 503 E. 6th St., at 2:30 p.m. ing the business meeting, a social P.-T. A.--Meets every third Wednesday of the month p.m. session was enjoyed with refresh- IGH SCHOOL P.-T. A.--Meets the second Monday merits beings served by Mrs. Ken- o! each month at 2 p.m. ney, the hostess, assisted by mem- OUNSEL p.. T. A.--Meets the second Friday of the month bers of the circle. in the school hall at 2:15 in the afternoon. The Cathedral School VIRGIN'S SODALITY of St. Andrew's Cathedral--Meets Mothers Club every first and third Thursday at 7:30 p. m. in the Cathe- The Cathedral School Mothers The last meeting of the Holy Ural Vestry , ts I'IONY,S YOIG PEOPLES SOCIETY--Mee every see- Club, Mrs. E. R. Kemp, president, Souls Mothers Club, Mrs. John Ond Thursday of the month in Good Counsel hall. held a very successful card party Sanders,._ president, was held at and tango at the Cathedral' school OF COLUMBUS, 4th Degree--Meeting first Monday of the month, parlors on the afternoon and eve- STUDY CLUB----Meeta every first and third Monday of ning of Tuesday, February 8. The h month at 7 p. m. in the Lena Latkin room of the club held its regular business - bile Library meeting in the parlors at 2 p. m., j),. Pt'I'S MEN'S SOCIETY--Meets second Monday of each at which time a large amount of The next meeting of this club will be held Monday, March 14. Cathedral Boy Scouts Troop 11 of the Cathedral Boy Scouts has recently been reor- ganized with Mr. Wright L. Lewis as scout master, and a large num- ber of old and new members are taking a great interest in the work of the troop. Mr. Lewis, the new Scout Master, has had consider- able experience in work of this kind and is proving to be not only a splendid leader but an ideal Scout Master. Meetings of the Troop are held every Thurs- day evening at the Cathedral school hall, 505 East Sixth street, at 7:30 p. m. Holy Souls Mothers Club big screen in our council hall. After the meeting the members enjoyed a very good dutch lunch with refreshments, which were served by Brothers Tom err and John F. Hum of the entertainment committee. District Deputy Jack Sanders made a plea for coop- eration of our membership in gen- eral for our big Founders' Class, which is to be initiated on March 27, 1938. Additional literature and application blanks will be dis- tributed to the chairmen of each parish and the goal of the class has been set for 50 new members. A large list of prospects is avail- able at our Secretary's office and members who wish to get names of prospective candidates, may get same from secretary. Brother John J. Craig is on a speaking tour through the East, having appointments at Buffalo, N. Y., Rochester, N. Y., Niagara Falls and St. Louis. Next meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 1. TEXARKANA, ARK. Ever since Congress passed the law taxing undivided surplus, we have been waiting for a division of that excess settlement, so called, and nervously wondering how the Arkansas State Council was dodg- ing the tax collector. Now our fears are at an end; we received a refund of $10.00 as our council's part, and naturally assume that other councils in this jurisdiction were also recipient of their just prorata of the same fund. We say assumed, because we are so far away from the center of grav- ity, that even the State Advocate, who resides in Texarkana, while he has some recollection of having been elected to such an office, is still in a state of quandary, as to "Why is a State Advocate?" It's too bad that this surplus in toto, was not applied to our Seminary Burse, which from all indications, has been dormant since 1936. St. Edward's Council is now or- ganized in accordance with the Supreme Council's plan, and has already scheduled a "Ge t To- gether Meeting, with a Dutch Lunch" for Washington's Birth- day, and a Communion Breakfast Brannan, and five Masses will be requested for the repose of his soul, in accordance with the regu- lar practice of our council. Hawaii Prlest-Editor To Go on World Tour Honolulu, Feb. 14. 0D. -- The Roy. Robert Schoofs, SS. CC., Edi- tor of the Catholic Herald, official weekly organ of the Catholic Church in Hawaii, and Spiritual Director for the Diocesan Union of the Holy Name Society in the Territory, will leave in March for a 6-month tour of the world dur- ng which time he will visit in his native Belgium. The priest-editor will go by way of the Orient and return by way of the mainland to the U. S. He Plans to write an informal series of letters, "Religious Ac- tivities Around the World," in which he will record his observa- tions. Rites for Noted Editor Chicago, Feb. 14. ().--Funeral services were held for Thurman Harsman, night editor of the Chicago City news bureau for many years and well known to  Chicago nevspaper life, who died last week. His funeral was held at St. Philip Neri Church Satur- day and was attended by many members of the journalist profes- sion. He was 62 years old. in Good Counsel Hall at 8 p. m. COLUMBUS--Meeting first and third Tuesday of J- each month at Knights of Columbus Hall, 609 Scott St. DEPI'I'S SOCIETY.--Meets on the Thursday proceeding the Fourth Sunday of each month at 8:00 p. m. in St. Ed- ward's hall. Monthly Holy Communion on the Fourth at 7:00 o clock Mass. CMC CLUB---Meeting is held on third Thursday of month. O AMERICA, Our Lady of Perpetual Court No. 1223, meets every second Thursday in Cathedral School Parlors, 503 East 6th Street. INIGHTS OF AMERICA--Meets every 2nd Wednesday month, at 8 p. m, at St. Edward's Church. INESS WOMEN'S CLUB OF LITTLE ROCK.--Meets Second Monday of each month. Dinner meeting at Peacock Tea Room at 6:15 p. m. OLD SHOES MADE NEW; NEW SHOES MADE TOO METRAILER AND HART Custom Shoes Made to Order Over 37 Years In the Same Location Shop No. I Shop No. 2 110 E. 4th St. 12th & Main Phone 4-0716 Phone 9725 RENOVATING AND REFELTING Only Plant Equipped to Refer LITTLE ROCK MATTRESS COMPANY 1715 E. Ninth Ph. 4-0828 DR. ANNIE M. 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Hornibrook & Stuart Roofing Heating and Air Conditioning Sheet Metal Work and All Kinds of Roofing 209-11 East Markham Street Phone 4-2494 funds for this work and proved g[ I  t Ig to be successful, both socially and R I T Z SE DINNER financially. The committee in SIX COUR which were Misses Alice Richard, il I GRILL [ Withfish or meat [M Catherine McCarthy and May 1 "LITTLE ROCK'S I II! Yeager. 1 NEWEST I SEA FOODS. A Complete Menu, In-Igg 521 Main Street [eluding Steaks, Chops and Sandwiches. I Army Clmplain Transferred