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THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 5, 1943 PAGE THREE Noon Tuesday. ! Mr. St. Mary's P.T.A. will meet t ursday, March llth at the Aca- : ay. The hooked rug class un- '[1 the direction of Kappy Neal c|ll open at 10:00 a.m. Lunch will served at 1:00 p.m., followed ,t a business meeting at 2:00 p.m. frs. H. J.d of Detroit, , |caigan, is visiting her mother, .ogS. B. Helm and sisters Miss ,]aa Helm and Mrs. M. Rappilard. ' . . st[I r. and Mrs R S Crossman "i|00Mrs. Clyde bavis 00ave moved 0|t. Louis, Mo., to make their tn e T " . heir former home was at ,a 2 Rice St., Little Rock. lr. and Mrs' George Hm, 918 Faison St, who are leaving to !.t. their son and daughter in [aI0rrda were entertained with pay parties during' the past _k.. Mrs. R. E. McFarland en- irlned with a going away party prUary 15th and Mrs._ R. a A. L ader gave a party 'eoru y |t'm their honor. Many lovely [' Were received by the hen- nas. A L L ITEMS NAL and SOCIAL00 .... STORIES Telephone or Send Social Items to The Guardian - SUBMITTED Office, 309 West Second St., Phone 5486, by [ MUST BE [ SIGNED r: .and Mrs. H. J. Chinery of uelphia, Pennsylvania, ar- i a the twelfth of February to ,aelr sons, the Rev. Henry ,.amery, assistant at St. An- i ws Cathedral, and Mr. Joseph :ery, student at St. John's _ae Missions Seminary, and to ,rfl the Ordination Ceremonies. '-.,It. and Mrs_ Chinery attended Solemn Mass of the Roy. m C. O Dwyer ' in Texarkana, 'aay, Februa 21, and s ant a --a- ry _ p .i,ays as guests of Father 5iwYer at his home in Shreve- .,,'r_'. They will return to Phil- d'llhia this week. ajr Bernard T. Heinze, who ,|. tl February 6 for Dallas, "1 8, has now written us that *.ti stationed at Princeton, N.J., i,[ag a 5 weeks Refresher course ,-trlnceton, University He sends Natural Walnut 'Finish :le.crosse's are in natural .,, ,. ut finish to bring out the tlt_ of grain. The corpora ,:,. artistically designed and tlecl in Old Silver or Gold 'e. Specify finish when ram/ , , , his regards to his many friends in Little Rock. Maynard H. Walton has enter- ed the U.S. Naval Air School at Pensacola, Florida, since his graduation on February 6th at Memphis, Tenn., with an average of 94 per cent. Maynard graduat- ed with the higest average of a class of 240 men. He has received a rating of 3-C Ordnance Man. He took his basic training at the Great Lakes Naval Training Sta- tion. He is a member of St. An- !drew's Cathedral and of the 1942 i graduation class of Catholic High. Maynard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Walton of Little Rock. Euphrussi-Raley Rites Solemnized At Paragould Paragould.  The wedding of Miss Mary Virginia Raley, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thomas Raley and Rudolph Jo- seph Ephrussi, son of VictOr Ep- hrussi of London, England, was quietly solemnized at 8:30 o'clock, Thursday morning, February 25, at St. Mary's Church in Para- gould. The Roy. Joseph M. Hoflinger, pastor officiated at the Nuptial High Mass, and read the impres- sive ring service. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She was lovely in a navy two-piece suit, with navy and white accessories. She car- ried a white prayer book, and her shoulder bouquet was of gardenias, and white rosebuds. Miss Pauline Raley was her sis- ter's bridesmaid, and she wore a suit of soldier blue, with brown accessories. Her corsage was of pink rosebuds. H. T. Raley, Jr., served as best men. James and Roland Raley, brothers of the bride, Thomas Lane, and Bernard Schmuecker served as altar boys; Sister M. Theresa presided at the organ and Wagner's "Lohengrin" was used as processional, and Mendel- ssohn's "Wedding March" was used as recessional. The young couple left Thurs- day for Williamsburg, Va., where the bridegroom is stationed. St. Anne's Ladies To Receive Communion Sun. No. Little Rock.The ladies of St. Anne's Altar Society will re- ceive Holy Communion 'in a body at the 9:00 o'clock Mass on Sun- day, March 7th. Immediately fol- lowin Mass a breakfast will be served for the ladies of the parish and the regular monthly meeting will be held. Circle No. 1 wishes to thank all those who took part in making their recent Card' Party a success. The ladies in charge of the ac- tivities during the month of March are: Mrs. John Wirges, Mrs. Be- siegel and Miss Gertrude Zimmer- abner. State Convention Greater Little Rock Activities St. Andrew's Cathedral Feast of St. Thomas Aquinas. Lenten schedule of Masses at the Cathedral on Sunday will bc at 6, 7, 9 and 10 o'clock. High Mass at 11 o'clock. Masses during the week at the Cathedral will be at 7, 8 and 12:05. Holy Souls Chapel will have Masses on Sunday at 7:30 and 9:/}0. On Tuesday and Friday mor_- ings during Lent, Mass will be said at Holy Souls Chapel at 7:30. Evening services during Lent will be at 7:45 p.m. as follows: Wednesday, Rosary, Sermon, by one of the Little Rock Priests and Benediction. The Roy. Wm. E. Galvin of St. John's Seminary will deliver the sermon on Ash Wed- nesday night. He will speak on the First of the Seven Last Words. Friday stations of the Cross and Benediction. Sun- day, Novena in Honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal and Benediction. Ashes will be distributed Ash Wednesday after each of the Masses and in the afternoon at 3:00 and again after evening de- votions. Ashes will be distributed at Holy Souls Chapel at 3:00 in the afternoon. Novena in honor of St. Theresa, The Little Flower, on Wednesday morning following the 7 and 8 o'clock Masses. The regular "Inquiry Class" will be held at the Cathedral Rectory, 802 Center St., any night during the week, except Wednesday and Saturday, by appointment. Confessions will be heard on Shturday from 4 to 6, and then again from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m., and before the 7 and 9 o'clock Masses on Sunday. Sunday will be Communion Sun- day for the Ladies of the Parish and all will receive Holy Com- munion in a body at the 9:00 o'clock Mass. Regular meeting of the Youtg Peoples Club will be held at the Parish Hall Sunda after evening devotions. Regular weekly Bingo, sponsor- ed by the March Circle, at the Parish Hall, 9th and Louisiana Sts. Wednesday night. During Lent the Bingo will start at 8:30 p.m. St. Edward's Church Sunday services: Masses, 5:30, 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Sermon: "What Mortifications to Practice this Lent?" The school children of the Parish will receive Holy Communion Sunday in the Sold- ier's Mass at 8:30. Novena of the Mother of Per- petual Help, Sacred Heart ser- vices will be held at 7:30 p.m., fol- lowed by a "Mystery Play" pro- Carroll Mceuller Killed In Airplane Crash K. of C. To Be Held Stuttgart April 26 Stuttgart.  Announcement by the State Secretary, Enos A. French, of Jonesboro, of the State Convention of the Knights of Col- q' s0s llv-  Crucifix, 12 inch, Old umbus to be held at Stuttgart on . er finish on corpus, at .... $1.00 Easter Monday, April 26 is made W']r. BG Cruci h Gold this week. (M" lnlsh on corpus at--$1.O0 With the exception of a lunch- '  ISc for postage and l*ckins) leon for the delegates and the state officers and their wives, the con- 2ICIAL * * *r vention will be confined to busi- ness sessions only, opening with 'r   Jl'l'   Walnut c uclf/x, 18 inch low Mass at 9 a.m., at Holy Ros- ary Church, by the Worthy State "| %rpu ' old Bronze eight inch (, , at ...................... $2.00 Chaplain, the Very Reverend Msgr. I SC for postage and packing) James E. O'Connell.  Hotel Riceland will be head- er fro quarters for the convention, and because of crowded conditions, the #09 . The Guardian delegates are requested to make Committee of the NCCS, use $1:West 2nd, Little Rock reservations at least two weeks in Club, at 112 East 7th St., Sunday, i . March 7th. Assisting Mrs. Hamp-  el on her committee are the fol- lowing ladies: Mrs. Joe P. Gil- more, Mrs. Mary J. Hart and Mrs. S. J. McNeil. The Junior Hostes- Word was received recently of the death of Carroll Aloysius Me- Culler, 18, in an airplane crash on February 19th in a lagoon near Point Reyes, about 50 miles from San Francisco. He enlisted in the Navy in March, 1942, and had completed his training in aviation mechanics and gunnery. He and' three other sailors were making a routine flight when apparently the plane exploded in the air and crashed in the lagoon. The body was recovered Feb- ruary 23rd and funeral services were held Thursday, February 25th, in St. Elizabeth's Church, Oakland. Carroll McCuller was the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McCuller of Oakland, who were former reoidents of Arkansas. Mrs. Me- Culler is the former Miss Anna Hampel of Bigelow, the daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth and the late Peter Hampel. In addition to his parents, he is survived by a sister, Miss Kath- I erine McCuller. Mrs. Hampel Will Head . USO Sunday Little Rock.Mrs. Joe Hampel of St. Edward's Church will serve as chairman of the Hospitality sented by the Little Flower Sodal- ity, in the School Hall, beginning at 8:15 p.m. Weekday services: Daily Mas- ses, 6:30 and 8:30 a.m. Novena of the Mother of Per- petual Help, Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Special services Ash Wednes- day 8:30 a.m., and 7:30 p.m. Also Friday 7:30 p.m. Social Circle No. 3 will entertain the Congregation and friends at a "Masquerade Party" Monday even- ing. Regular Bingo will be played Tuesday night at 8:15 p.m. Good Counsel Novena for Peace and Victory is held every Sunday afternoon at five with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Novena to St. Anthony is held every Tuesday morning after all Masses. Novena to the Little Flower and the Blessed Sacrament are held every Friday night at 7:30. Bingo for the Building Fund to- night will be in charge of the Senior Players. Activities begin at 8:15. Lenten Services will be held during Lent every Wednesday and Friday evening at 7:30. On Wed- nesdays there will be prayers, a sermon and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament, and on Fridays Stations of the Cross and Benediction. The Good Counsel P.T.A., will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 in the school hall. The St. Anthony Sodality will meet Thursday night at 8 in the school hall. e Wednesday of this week is Ash Wednesday and is the first day of Lent. Ashes will be blessed be- fore the 8:30 Mass and will be dis- tributed before that Mass and also on Wednesday night after ser- vices. St. Ptriek's Church North Little Rock Masses on Sunday at 7, 9 and 11 o'clock. Novena for Victory and Bene- diction at 3 o'clock Sunday after- noon, Sunday is Communion Day for members of the Altar Society. The Catholic High School col- lection will be taken up at all the Masses Sunday. The P.T.A. will meet in the hall at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Weekly social in the hall Mon- day evening at 8 o'clock, spon- sored by the P.T.A., with Mrs. A. Siebold, chairman; assisted by Mrs. L. P. Dumboski, Mrs. C. E. Taylor, Mrs. Leo Luyett, Mrs. S. M. Car- ter, Mrs. Lawrence Robinson and Miss Meta Machen. White and Klein Lead Honor Roll At St. Scholastica Honor students for the first period of the second semester were announced at general assembly Monday, March 1, and report cards Plain Highly Polished Walnut Sick- Call Crucifix, with Burnished Metal Decorations. 1 5 inches In Length No. 91SG -- Walnut Sick-Cell Cruclf/x, Gold Bronze corpus and metal decora- ', tlons in Sateen lined Gift Box, at', ........................ $7.00 No. 91BS  Same a above only orpu and metal decoratfons finished in Old Silver .................... SY.O0 (A4d 2So for postase and packlns I) Order from The Guardian 09  W. 2nd, Little Rock, Ark. [(ard.Dougherty fireeted By Cuba Church Havana. (C}--His Eminence Den- nis Cardinal Dougherty, Arch- bishop of Philadelphia, .received diplomatic courtesies when he ar- -ived here by plane on Washing- tcn's Birthday. He was met at the airport by His lxceltency the Most Rev. George Caruana, Papal Nuncio to Cuba, the Most Rays. Manuel Arteaga y Betancourt, Archbishop of Havana, and Eu- uardo Martinez Dalmau, Bishop of Cienfuegos, Vice-President Cuervo Ruble, Under-Secretary of State Rodolfol Miranda and the Auditor of the Papal Nunciatura, Monsig- nor Carlo Martini. Cardinal Dougherty came to Havana at the special invitation of the Very Roy. John T. Sheehan, Provincial of the Augustinians, to dedicate the Church or Santa Rita, recently erected in the new Mir- amar residential section of the Capital. The day after his arrival, the Cardinal was guest of honor at a luncheon given by United States Ambassador Spruille Braden and attended by members of the Diplo- matic Corps. In the afternoon His Eminence blessed the new church in the presence of a dis- tinguished gathering, including Senora Elisa Gobinez de Batista, wife of the President. Some 3,000 persons, including the Ministers of Argentina, Great Britain, Po- land and Brazil and the wives of all Cabinet members, were present on Wednesday morning when the Cardinal presided at the first ser- vice held in the new edifice. This was followed by a reception for the clergy at the Archiespiscopal residence. His Eminence had an audience with President Fulgencio Batista. He also presided at a patriotic rally at the headquarters of the National Council of Veterans and pontificated at a field Mass spon- sored by this organization whose President sent a message greet- ing Cardinal Dougherty upon his arrival in Cuba. His Eminence is accompanied on the trip by the Rt. Roy. Msgr. ,Patrick E. McGee and Rev. Salva- tore Burgio, C.M. were distributed. Those making the honor roll with their respective ratings were: Geraldine White '43 6.00 Viola Klein '46 6.00 LaVerne Elsken '43 5.71 Marie Celine Falleur '45 5.71 Amelia Schmidt '46 5.43 Anne Steiert '46 5.43 Wilma Edlin '45 5.00 Florence Schnitzer '43 4.85 The following girls were placed Ion the honor roll for good citizen- ship for the same six-weeks per- 'Chain Letter' Used Against Nazi Invaders New York. (IC) -- The "chain letter" has been revived in Nazi-dominated Holland as a means of spreading the move- :ment of non-cooperation with the invaders, according to ad- vices received here by the Netherlands Information Bu- reau. Circulated widely and urging opposition to the Nazi Labor Service because it is "an in- tolerable assault on our na- tional and spiritual life," a re- cent "chain letter" warned par- ents that permitting their chil- dren to join the labor service would constitute a breach of Baptismal vows and added "it is everyone's duty to refuse to accept for himself or his chil- dren the obligation of the Labor Service." Plan Senior Prom The committee in charge of Mt. St, Mary's senior prom to be held Friday night, March 5th, at the school are (top center): Miss Ann Stuart, general chairman and (left to right), Misses Tiilie Mac Lewis, assessments; Lynda Williams, tickets; Margie Friend, pub- licity; and Elizabeth Cassinelli, decorations. The theme will be "Belles of St. Mary's" while the color scheme will be patriotic, combining senior class colors of royal blue and silver with touches of red. Harris Owen and his orchestra will play. Program for the dance includes four "no break" dances and four specials, Seniors, Juniors, Alumnae and Catholic High. Buffet Party For St. Andrews Sodality Friday Friday, Feb. 26, at four o'clock the St. Andrews Sodality had a buffet party at the school hall. The color scheme throughout was red, white, and blue. The following were on the dec- orating committee: Helen Booth, Grace Booth, Mary Myers, Julia Ann Krallman was chairman of this committee. Entertainment was furnished by Betty Ann Black. Refreshments were served by Pa- tricia Hain, Josepha Stuart, Hilda Massery, Evelyn Biltz, Lavinia Craighead, and Rose Marie Stuart. i ment hour. All service men are 'cordially invited to drop in the Club anytime during the day. Mercy prays, misery does not pray. Innocence implores pardon for guilt, guilt utters not a word. He who has not sinned assumes the posture of a suppliant, and the sinner loaded with crimes does not prostrate himself to the earth. St. Augustine. Death has its characteristic graces and joys. The presence and assistance of Our Lady, St. Joseph, the Angels and our patron suints form a very world of grace, which infuses its consoling balm into the dying soul. Archb. Spellman Visits Troops Says President Washinzton. (E) The primary objective of the current trip to Europe of.the Most Roy. Francis J. Spellman, Archbishop of New York and Military Vicar, is to visit American military and naval units abroad, President Franklin D. Roosevelt told' newspaper cor- respondents here this week. The ArChbishop is making the trip in his capacity as Military Vicar, he said. President Roosevelt said he had no comment to make upon re- ports that Archbishop Spellman was on a special mission for him or that he carried any message to the Vatican. The President said he saw the Archbishop before his departure. 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Selah R. has just been released by the Bruce Lewis, Evelyn Loitta, Georgianne McVay, Inez Novy, Wanda Jean Publishing Company here. -- ,,,, Redpath, Donna Sue Sanders The booklet lists 152 Catholic Louise Schneider, Amelia Schmidt periodicals in the United States, Dorothy Seibold, Betty Sharum paying and non-uaying, both " Irene Sharum, Martha Siebenmor- those which accept and those den, Anne Steiert, Betty Walters which do not accept free-lance and Catherine Rose Whalen. manuscripts. The publications are arranged alphabetically and in- clude such information as the name of the editor, address, fre- quency of publication, general aim of the periodical, type and length of work accepted, amount and' promptness of remuneration, and type of reading public. A section on the preparation of manuscripts is included. All statements have been basedon answers to ques- ap- manu- Italy's Mission Contributions Increase Despite War Vatican City. (IE)Contributions : made in Italy to the cause of the Missions have increased steadily despite the war, it is noted here. In 1942 Italy's Mission contribu- tions amount to more than 8,- 000,000 lira. It is a great illusion, but a very tionnaires and have been sos of the Club will assist with the common one, to imagine that one proved by the editors in serving, has little or great virtue accord- script copy. Coffee, rolls and doughnuts will ing to the many or few distractions be served to the service men in one has in prayer. I have known the morning and coffee and' apple souls raised to a high degree of cake during the afternoon refresh- contemplation who were distracted i Plumbing And Heating Hegarty Drug Company PLUMBING COMPANY PLUMBING- -HEAING ervtng Little Rock Since 1897 SO7 W. 7th Phone 9942 from the beginning to the end of their prayer.Blessed' Claude de la Columbiere. Abiding sorrow for sin is one of the best guarantees for a peaceful death. r REPAIR SPECIALIST GEO. M. 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