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00ubiao Patriotic Corps Has +too. 13 The Story Of The: Bible In Pictures +H SI -"F dF V&apos; " ew ogan oo or ,ctory u.biaco. -The Victory Corps at the crew are likely to be awkward vlaco Academy not only be- with garden tools. ,, But with yes heartily in the national everybody vowing to do or die, Oocl for Victory" slogan, but in- that Victory Garden is going to be xs .to do something about it. a reality. So the officers have + act, it has already begun do- sworn. s sings. Directed by the Rev. The garden plot is in land ad- abert Eckelhoff, O S B, vol-joining the orchard west of the teers from the corps "-" about icampus. Chief products the crew rty of them -- have recently has decided to raise are peas, let- Oen ground for a big "Victory tuce, onions, tomatoes, potatoes, trcten,, which they themselves radishes, beans. Other items may !l cultivate from start to fin- be added before planting time rolls l; The victory garden vol- round. Lmers have a regular patriotic The volunteers are divided into ganizaiion, meeting periodically four groups as follows:: Crew A-- di8cuss their business, and Tony Eckart (Capt.), Wm. Ram- ore all working during spare sey (Tool Boss), Marty Buergler, ae to get ready for planting their L. E. Pincher, Ed Slama, Wm. Binz, rden. It will not be a patch of Bob Verfurth, James McMe.nus, iWdr:nWn?ticgd s fnUllsaCl  TMeWarianpt.)?reouls - anat s" as gardens grow. Student .rs of the garden crew are: le8 Walters, Branch, chair- Tony Eckart, vice chairman; ,Jack Borengasser, secretary. ' have a good-sized job on hands, for this is strictly not mh stuff, but honest to good- sweat and toil. Maybe it will L mean a bit of blood, to make famous Churchill phrase com- ._r city-bred boys among meier (Tool Boss), Leonard Wiese, Wm. Brown, Francis Mannus, Roy Pickens, Otto Schroeder, Philip Bryce, Hal Wardein. Crew C. -- Joe Schreiber (Capt.), Jack Bor- engasser (Tool Boss), Herb Min- ton, Bob Schroeder, Bob Smreker, Fenton Painter, Roy Hankins, Bob McCurdy, Pat Selig, Leon Turn- ez'. Crew IN-- Albert Ostermann (Capt.), Bill Schreiber (Tool Boss), Pat Spalding, Bob Williams, WH EREorrTdgo, oH,.hEIAR MASS ;hqUNToN- Court room of Salin [ttY Courthouse. Mass at Sunday F'_ O'cLock. ul:Low.---St. Ann's Church. 2ud lr._ at 8:00 o'clock; 11$0.. 0- o'clock. . 4th Sunday at JnINKL'Y.---St. John's Churdt. Mass 1 h;?'nd 8rd-Sunday at 880; 2nd, tttl][:4 I 6th Sondays at I0:0O o'clock. . DEN..--St. Louis Church._ Sunday C#'?,a.aSles at 7 :SO and 9:$0 holy days ;.0000u.tIonoj00 at 00:00 ..d tOO o oLook; t Church "-, ,.ay at 9:80 'cLock. SS RJ,LESTON.__Sacrad Heart Church ta|l,,..a_ t 8:00 or 10:00 o'clock, d mr CL.,*JSVILLE. -- Holy Ra ae lil ;a. Masses on fat and 8rd Sunday te s :Oo o'clock; 2nd, 4th'and th Sun- t 8:00 o'clock. ' ch. AL HILL.--St. Matthow s Chur - k. n . on 2ud a d 5th Sundays at 10'80 0.NWAy.--St. Joaph'a Church: Sun- otlr'.amscs at 5:80, 7:80 and 9:4o o c oak. reL.i.WFORDSVILLE, -- ffacred Heart i0g[rc- h' Mass on ]st Sunday at 7:80 ttlk.l 2nd and 4th Sundays at 10:$0 tlon at 8:80. MARCHE.--lmmaculat Heart of Mary. Masses on Sundays and Holy Days at 0:30 o'clock, weekdays at 7:80 o'clock. MARIANNA.--4$t. Aodrsw's Church. Mass on let, 8rd and 8th Sunday of the month at 8:00 o'clock: on 2nd ad 4th Sundays at 10:80 o'LOck; holy days at 9:00 o'clock. MARKED TREE.---t. Norbrt Mission. Masses on 2nd, 4th and th Sundays of the month at 10:S0 o'clock. McCRORY.----St. Mary's Church. Mass on Ist, 8rd and 8th Sundays ot the month [ at 8:80 o'clock; 2nd and 4th Sunday at I II :O0 o'clock; holy days at II :O0 o'clock. MENA.---St. Alnas Church. Sunday Mass at 8:45 o'clock; evening services at 7 :$0 P. m. McGEHEE--- St. Winsnd's Mission. Sunday Masses at 6:00 and 8:80 o'clock. MORRILTON.---Sacred Heart Church: Sunday Masses at 7:30 and 10:00 o'clock;  holy days at 6:06 and 8:00 o'clock. MORRISON BLUFF.--SS. Pate cad Paul Church. Masses on Sundays and holy days at 8:80 and 10:30 o'clock. MORRIS SCHOOL,--(Nine alice west of Scarcy on Highway 86)--St. Paul's Church. Mass on Sundays mad holy [,RDANELLE.--Mas on lt Sunday  II)'-'-ntonth at 10:00 o'clock. -*-,aRMTT -- St Mary' Hospital lqFbMass'at 6 :S0"o'clock. ,- d2jJssee 2 FEN-- St. Barbara s Church. :30..on 1st, 8rd and 5th Sundays at tfibsz.n d and 4th Sundays at 8:30. -I]. *tL'LS BLUFF. -- St. Elizabeth's [ te"" Mass on 1st and Srd Sundays rlblOath at 10:00 o'clock. ,]1L -E'st. Boniface Church. Masses "Lln.t, 2nd and 5th Sunday at Ii'00 s l;i0:: rd n.d 4th Sunday at 0:00 lltdS.D.O.R&DO.'Holy Redeem0r Church :OJ!Y - asses at 7:80 and 10:00 o'clock; m2k|dsaYs o.t 7:00 and 9:00 o'clock; First 1,u , of t W|Nr, t..  he month at 7:00 o'clock. /ilty t.aERG.--St. John' Church. Sun- |k,,:V at 0:00 'clock i'!l ; "dEsK A SPRINGS--St. Ellzaheth'a ";gasS 1st Sunday at 11 o'clock; no fl, on gad Sunday; 3rd and 4th Sun- Vi[l 8:30; 5th Sunday at 11 o'clock; $lA_ at 8 o'clock. + j000000;WT00V!L00E .- st. J o, h ,, '+:00., Unsay .'asses at 8:00 ann retst  crock ; week days at 7:00 o'clock ; ' ,0ridcys at 7:00 o'clock; holy days "  and 7.00 oclock i 'IREM A '  S,.- NMases on let, 3rd ud ' .;I's a,u, ays at 8:80; 2nd and 4th Sun- Sp[alts o ST CITY.---St. Francis Church. -Muth st, 8rd and 5th Sondays of the 198:00 ., 10:30; on 2ml and 4th Sundays pIk d Clock ; holy days at 7:00 o'clock ; tp ays at 8:30 )'clock. .fll I FORT SMITH ov[ iac.ulate Conception Church. Sun- "7.| ,." Uasses at 6"00 7"30 9"00 and tq .200 o'clock, week' day 'MassoB at 'ltl d'0 and 8:00 o'clock; holy days at '; Ca, 7.:00, 8:00 and 9:00 o'clock; w'| ad;esslOns on Saturday afternoon J[ St eVening.  o," colface Church. -- Low Masses :I  ;el:lday at 6:00; 7:45, and 11:001 ",,I 11 e_ :, High Mass at 9:30 o'clock; da'etin at 7:80 p. m.; week- 'IV sa.o Sees at 6'00 and 8"00 o'clock" V  .esion Saturdays an'd for holy 4 l''xrm 4 to 6 and again at 7:18 ;P[ Cehfi'st'fl'he King.- Sunday Ma- [ ass c 7:00, 0:00 and 11:80 o'clocl; B[, ad l 'n lirst Fridays of the month ,|tllLL,Ymy days at 7:00 o'clock. et on "-- sed Sacrament Chu oh. u[:O0 c'" 4th Sunday Jf the month at L/" Clock. -- honsus Church st Alp ' O0 on last" Su " h at jt O'cle-- nday of the mont . 'ltlAn z. llO:t]Mass on the 4th Sunday at rl:0| 4t,30NMas on 2nd Sunday at 5:,]c , unday at n o'clock; at 9 .' s_Saturdays preceding Ist, 8rd qARTndays r.. ,-- Leo' Church. M.. -L 4th Sundays at 9:80 a. m. ]'OaY s a.Masses on lt and 3rd . 8UUd  8:00 o'clock 2nd, 4th, and etlL,s at 10:00 o'clock. -0 ' ]asse'a'-St. Mary's Church. Sun- -J| " at 7:30 and 1O:0O o'clock. SPRINGS Church. Sundpy Masses :O0 and 10:80. Church. Sunday Masses I O :$ 0 o'clock ; Holy Days at 7:80 and 9:00 Weekday Masses at 7:80 the Ist and 3rd Sun- and on the 2nd at 8:80 'cloek. Bend.--Mas o at 11 :O0 o'clock. Philip Church. at 9:00 o'clock. Mary's Church. at 9:00 a. m. Sacraman es on Sunday at 8:00 and at 8i00 o'clock on week. i at 0 :O0 and 8:80 o'clock. ths lt and Srd and on the 2nd LalSy of the es at 8:00 ROCK .--Low Mass- at 8:00, 7 :O0, 9:00 and CANAAN Ashram went up  he and his wife, mad all that he had, and Lot with him, into the south. And he was very rich in possession of gold and silver. And he returned by the way that he came, from the south to Bethel, to the place wherebefore he had pitched his tent be- tween Bethel and HaL In the place of the altar which he had made before; and there he called upon the name of the Lord. But Lot also, who was with Abram, 'had flocks of sheep, and herds of beasts, and tents. Neither was the land able to bear them, that they might dwell to- gether; for their substance was great, and Jerome Ahlert, Jerome Linde- man, Gilbert Gocke, Kenneth Turner. The four crews will meet in common once every fortnight to discuss their problems, Father Eckelhoff has stated. Emphasis, however, will be on work, not talk, he added. Improvement Crew Organized A campus improvement erew has been organized by the Rev. Damian Wewers with forty-six members, as follows: Blevins, H. Buergler, Breeden, Case, Oliver, Volentine, G. Savary, Sylvester, Murphy, Wolf, J. Wiederkehr, L. Wiederkehr, Naegle, Battaile, J. Brownwell, D. Brownell, Byrne, Coley, Choate, Burnside, Bunn, HJl- pert, Hum, Hoffman, Kelly, Kauf- man, Phillips, Springle, Steels, Selig, Ward, R. Savary, Ockenfels, Snyder, Weedman, Knoten, Hayes, Duncan, Mullen, Smith, A. Born- holt, R. Bornhoft, Domboski, Genter, Parker, Verfurth. This crew will carry out traditional activities at the academy whereby each student body strives to leave the campus more beautiful than it was on arrival of the boys in September. What with military drill, new courses in aeronautics for some students, refresher course in math for older boys likely to be drafted soon, and the many activities of the Victory Corps wherever it can help in the war effort, every willing and able stu- dent is likely to be "plenty busy" ::':' r.::" ::': \\;l l co--well tetZ'& da-n,  c now art, to , upon also there arose a strife between the fore the Lord destroyed Sodom and Go- the north and to the south, to the east herdsmen of Abram and of Lot. And at morrha, as the paradise of the Lord, and and to west. All the land which thou that time the Chanmmito and the Phere- like Egypt as one comes to Segor. And zite dwelled In that c4mntry. Abram Lot chose to himself the country about nest, I will give thee, and to thy seed therefore said to Lot: Let there he no the Jordan, and he departed "from the for ever. And I will make Shy seed as quarrel, I beseech thee, between me and east: and they were separated one brother the dust of the earth: If any man be able thee, and between my herdsmen and thy from the other. Abram dwelt ht the land to number the dust of the earth, be shall herdsmen, for' we are brethren. Behold of Chanaan; and Lot abode in the towns be able to number shy seed also. Arise the whole land is before thee: depart that were about the Jordan, and dwelt in and walk through the land n the length, from me I pray thee: if thou wilt go Sodom. And the men of Sodom were very and in the breadth thereof: for I will give to the left hand, I will take the right: wicked, and sinners before the face of It to thee. So Abram removing his tent if thou choose the right hand, I will the Lord, beyond measure. And the Lord came and dwelt by the vie of Mambre, pass to the left. And Lot, lifting up his said to Abram, after Lot was sepaxatod which is in Hebron: and he built there an eyes, saw Mi the country about the Jor- from him: Lift Up thy eyes, and look altar to the Lord,  - On Feb. 12, the last day of Church Leaders of Britair r00,,and CO j scout Week, a Court of Honor was held. At a beautiful candle- light investiture ceremony, George DinnerForMatthews .. Broussard, Billy Moore, Jack Laud U S At TenderfootStddard' andseouts.floe Camp became s . Second Class awards were giv- onLnodvni uro P-" nts-' -- " " " " ne en to Richard Nicholas, James ti g u:'lyTh?n CoptehrOCnAfn tviftorWhfh th: CopthaoICnACitntO Henratty, Ted Shufford, and John- the United States" was warmly United States would bringus." ny Wright. Donald Dennis re- i praised and closer spiritual ties --REI:KNIGHT . eeived a first-class badge, and !between the Catholics of the Unit- ur Johnny Kurz and Jimmy Kurz re- ed States and the Catholics of Eng- Morris School, Searcy ceived the Star Scout Award. land were earnestly bespoken as Troop 76 Merit Badges were awarded 660 guests, representing every Troop 76 of Morris School Harry J. Rawles, Aviation, Phil- phase of English Catholic life, Searcy celebrated the biggest and lip W. Hope, First Aid, Johnny bade farewell here to Francis P. and best Scout Week since the be- Kurz, Safety, Jimmy Kurz, Ath- Matthews of Omaha, Nebr., Chair. ginning of the troop In 1936. letics. man of the Executive Committee The week was started with a ten After the program, Bro. John of the National Catholic Corn- mile hike to Mills' Bluff, apic- Berchrnen provided sleight of hand munity Service in the United turesque point five miles south- entertainment. States. west of the school. The scouts of troop 76 wish to Mr. Matthews, who is Supreme On Scout Sunday, February 7, express appreciation to Bro. John Knight of the Knights of Col- the Scouts carried the flags to umbus, came to the British Isles church, Johnny Kurz, Patrol Lead- Berehmen for his help in making on behalf of the trustees of ,the er of the Elephant Patrol bearing the Scout Shield and Knot Board, NCCS to inspect work being'done the American Flag, and Harry J. and to Father PreDdergast, Chap- by sister Catholic organization for Rawles, Leader of the Flying lain of the Quapaw Area, and Mr. American servicemen. The NCCS Eagle Patrol bearing the troop is one of the member agencies of flag. Stanley Noel and Sonny J" V. Dabbs, for enabling them to the United Service Organizations in Schindler served as color guards, exhibit it. the United States. The scouts attended Mass in a , (Mr. Matthews alo was ac- body, and afterwards recited the corded high honors in Ireland. Boy Scouts Consecration to the H I M S T E D T  Blessed Virgin. He inspected work in behalf of American servicemen ptesently in ' Plumbing&Heating Northern Ireland, and was re- TO GET RID OF A BAD  P yr'om-an- ceived by His Eminence Joseph Francis P. Matthews . COLD IN A HURRY TRY Cardinal MacRory, Archbishop of . S. & B. "SPRATOX" Serving Little Rock For More days at 6:80 a.m. at Subiaco this spring. Armagh and Primate of All-Ire- '= =--------v----;----;------------: It is just the remedy to check it i Than 20 Years MOUNTAIN HOME--4as on gad -- land. In Dublin he was greeted ?he Holy Bible qn ckly and if used in time will .... n-f:----J Oe-airs Sunday at 11 o'clock. Jgespite Victory Corps activities by President Douglas Hyde, Pre- . NEWPORT. -- St: Cecella'a C hurc 57 were listed on the Roll of Honor mier Eamon de Valera and the often prevent it, and other troubles t.uta-uuss mt a,, t" nf mass on zna and 4to unuays,at v:uu r " " o'clock; 1st. Srd and 5th Sundays at lecently, showing that studies, too, Most Rev. John McQuald, Arch- that follow a cold. We are mailing PLUMBING & HEATING 10:30 o'clock; weekdays at 8:00 o'clock; ave taken a turn for the better, bishop of Dublin.) 1 out every nay, why cant we ............. M,, ]oSotlFridays at 7:80; holy days at 0:30 It is the largest honor roll re- Cardinal Presides mail you an outfit--75c complete 3Zl west uapItm rhone ,,an and guaranteed to satisfy Little Reek, Arkansas _ ........ membered in modern times at the His Eminence Arthur Cardinal NORTH Lh.L ,r ..... . . SNODGRASS & BRACY Reliable--Satisfactory St. Anne's Shrine.--Mass on Sunday Benedictine estabhshment. Hmsley, Archbishop of Westmln- and holy days at 9:00 o'clock; First * =  i ster, presided', and His Excellency --Advertisement. , v v a,&llL OlaS, ann nine memoers of the NEW at 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock; evening _ __ [Apostolic Delegate to England, at- oevo,tions at 7:30 p, m.; weekday [-[fltlrt'tt Tk.,t....-I Itended the farewell dinner given Wcdnesda00and 00ri,t ...... .... ,.. , ,. 00lveou00er T H E K E V I S E D is celebra(ed nt 8:30"o';clock ...... ads JSy Immorality [Members of the Hierarchy were NORTH LITTLE ROCK---St. f=atrlck' Washington (El Director J [present Other guests included the Churcn undav Masscs at 7"00 0 00 o . -- " " Duke of Norfolk, who is the and 1'I':00 o'clock. " ' : Edgar Hoover of the Federal Bu-i "" PARAGOULD. -- St. Mary's Church. reau of Investigation has asked 'r.e.. Bier Duke and Earl and He- masses on lat. 3rd and 5th Sundays of all ,,qie ,r,i-+;,-o + ,,mo reoltary Earl Marshal of England; the month at 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock,: teV'.7_' '"7 .... "' -'"-.-:;;= other members of the House of ............ 2nd Sundn.v at 10:00 o'clock: 4th Sunday rl aaaect OUlXlen O] tin xori tu ..... at S:00'cloek;weekd,a_ysat8:80o'clock. destroy a trend of immorality .." .__ ]ESq&kl[]ENq I'AIA.--[. Jostpia S unnrch. Masses wl-lJt.h fhro#or fhta :,, ta rtouse ot ommons. on Sumtay at 8'0(} .... and 10"00 o'clock .... "/ ........ ,, ........ " " Addressing" the diners," Cardl- w,ddnvs at 8:30 ,clock. America s homes on behalf of the ...... . N Eliz h ' hal kilnsley SalQ PETIT JEA .--St. aeth s Church. youth of the nation. Mass on Sundays and holy days at 9 " o'clock Mr. Hoover stated he was The .peace and prosperity of the WOllCl ctepena in latge measure PIGGOTT.--Mass ou 2nd Tueday nl astounded by his daily observation " THE GUARDIAN is co-operating with Episcopal Com- thc month at 8:00 o'clock. Of "the alarminz increase in r- on mutual understanding and close mittee on the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine by o- PINK BLUFF.---St. Joseph'a t'nurch. "" .... orlmo ,tmritod- h,, --,,,..,-+ cooperation" between Amerma" and Sundaa Mosses at 7:30 and 10:00 o'eLoek. -; ......... : ......... J  ...... fering its readers an opportunity to secure this basical]y PLtr rtv ,  ..... ch.,., peoule' He said that "wnrtime the British Commonwealth. There Mass on 1st and 8rd Sundays of the recklessness is one of the causes s one bond that must be drawn important book directly through THE GUARDIAN. month at 9:oo o'clock, of the laxity among, ,out h,, t closer than ever--the onion be- Every Catholic home should have a copy of the New POCAHONTA.--t. Paul's Church.  -' ..... oi" " I ........ ,,- .... . ao ,a aoa should not be tolerated as an ex tween the Cath lcs of America Testament which should be read by its members regularly. o'clock, Htgh Mass at 10:00 o'clock: cuse for the heedless manner in and the Catholics of this country.' Secure your copy by returning the attached coupon to holy days of obligation, Mosses at 5:45 which they are plunin into in aralnal _t-linsley said he hoped ,,.,I 8.00 o'clock ''   - " THE GUARDIAN. the visit of Mr Matthews would " s s decent activities Aetions of a de- PRAIRIE VIEW--Sunday Mass at : 0 " r " " be the forerunne of other Tints or 10:80. alternattn base character will not help win . RATCLIFF.--t. Anthony's. Mass on the war They will onlv serve to xrom other members of the Knights The Guardian Sunday.s and holy days at9:00 o'clock, retard victory" " of Columbus and from representa- 3091/2 West Second, ttt-tuK.--.-st. Hanry nnron. ma --" tive " ch, rntiona (+,; xxr <+ 2nd Sunday of the Month at 8:00 He asked each police officer to fare  Vonerence " 7,e " ^.= 7, Little Rock, Arkansas. o'clock: 4th Sunday at 10 00 o'clock +l tn Cho h,,-,4,n  .... ; W s, ' ROGERS--Mass on 1t and Sth Sun- . ..............  said His Eminence, the msplra- Enclosed please find $ ...... for which send me the fol- days at 8:80; 8rd Sonday at 11 o'clock, along o use yuumS on sis Deal;, or RUSSELLVILLE.--Mass on 2nd and in his community the "deep-seat- , low copies of the New Testament. 4th Sundays of the month at 10:001 ed and timeproved values of o'clock. : . , . SCR T =St - as at .3 , S T A N D A R D _7--_copies Confraternity Edition at ......... $1.25 AN ON toda M s S- o or righteousness civic responsibility, 10:30. alternatmg." hlgh-mmded thoughts, good moral . ST. VINCENr.--St..Mary'. Church conduct and clean, wholesome liv- - ............ TU copies Skiver Leather Edition at ______ $2.50 masses, on unaay anz noy says at : ,, ]["]L " J"'H[A ...... l 0:3o o'clock. ""s. ___ l.r. t.Iv,r t,l SEARCY.--St. James Church. Man ................. --copies Flexible Leather-bound Ed/tion at ___ $3.50 on the 1st and 8rd Sundays at 8:45 1"111 11AI - - Hand-tooled at $5.00 ]O,SmorHocOh, LS.dtayeEKIMa:.S:sat fSolw0a::li! '"YCo'titls oOy h page 4) of Arkansas copies Leather bound Edition Bcedlc'tion' 'weekday Mass at 8'30 boys and gi g t to set the 4, NME ....... o'clock, mark and show t e way. The ADDRESS ...... SLOVAC.--SS. Cyril and Methodlus united efforts of all will offer the Little Rock No Little Reek Church. Sunday Masses at 8:00 and +,,+;. , the reatest d/P;,,lCv ] 0:00 o'clock. - .... - - -'=' =''r ,,antries th-"::""'" Cabot Brinkley Beebe CITY STATE .... ' STAMPS.--St. Mark s t.nuren. Mass .,u .. ,,. v ,,-umt u, ..... D -" on the 1st. 8rd and 5th Sundays at 9:80 own efforts is the pass word of Pme tSlUl! evalis Bluff o'cloLVk and on the 2nd and 4th Sundays th rt.r 0 , Little Rock, Ark, at 7:415 o'e]ock. " ..... '7" STUTTGART.--Holy Rosary Church. Masses on 1st, 3rd and 4th Sondays of i the month at 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock; 2nd and 5th Sundays at 8:00 o'clock; holy days at 7:00 and 9:00 o'clock. SUBIACO.- St. Benedict' AhheF. U tlti"ongra-u'a-'ons Church. Sunday Masses at 4:30, 8:80, 6:30, 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock; weekday Masses at 4:$0, 8:30, 6:15 and :00 o'clock. SULPHUR SPRINGS.--Ma oo 2nd , To St John' Seminary Ordmatmn" " Class of 1943 Sunday of the month at 9:00 o'clock. S TEXARKANA.---St. Edward's Church. Masses on Sunday at 8:00 and I0:00[ ! o'cLock: holy days at 6:80 and 8:00! o'e]ock. TONTITOWN, -- St. Joseph Church Mass at 8 and I0 on Sundays and Holy Days. w_+_,,,+.c++.... Brue0000eman, S0000aim & Allen every Sunday except the last Sunday of the month at 9:30 o'clock. WEINER.--St. Anthony Church. Mass on let and SrdSundays of the month at 6:80 and 8:00 o'clock: 2nd, 4th and 8th Sundays at 8:00 o'clock. WEST MEMPHIS. -- St. Mlchal's Church. Mass on Sundays and holy d.YSw00.NE_00,at 9:oo o cLockp.,.... C,.rc, M... Gazette Building Little Rock Ark Phone 9946 on Ist, 3rd cad Ith Sundays of the month  at 11:00 o'c1ck; 2nd and 4th Sundays at 8:30; holy days at 8:80: wekday Mass at g:00 o'clock: Holy Hour First Frl- day of the montk. Y:80 o'cLOck, i i li HI __