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',,,',"f /,i:':/> : '>:., . ,.,:: .-: .... . . • C( i{i: THE GUARDIAN, SATUR DAY, MARCH Ii, 1922. .) St. Vincent's Aid will meet Tues- ]President, Miss Grace Mitchell in the day afternoon at 3 o'clock at St. Vin- chair. NE., r WEEK cent's Infirmary. A large attendance The report of the committee on Sunday, March 12II OF LENT--St. Gregory the Great,.a noble Roman, who the recent entertainment given by the renounced his wealth, turned his house into a monastery and lived as a is urged. The Philomateia Cluh of Little Rock College will meet on Monday, March 13th, at 3 o'clock in the K. of C. Club rooms, 609 Scott St. A card party will be given by St. Mary's Altar Society Thursday night, March 16, at the Polish hall, Four- tcenth and Orange street, North Lit- tle Rock, by the following ladies: Mesdames Zarnoski, Farywicz, Zaw- lak, L. Hart, F. Kordsmeier and Sarna. Mrs. J. H. Maratta was called to Searcy last week on account of the illness of her mother and brother. society was made by the secretary, Miss Eleanor Mallory, and showed that a goodly sum of money had been added to the treasury of the society, as a result of the entertaimnent. The society voted to send a Spiritual bou- quet to the family of the late Lindley Clawson as a mark of respect. Two of his daughters are members of the Queen's Daughters and this means was taken to show the sympathy of the society for them in the great loss which they have recently sustained in the death of their father. Miss Ma- rie Call, treasurer, reported a goodly -- spirit of Lent. Owing to the fact that Her many friends rejoice in the re- the society was obliged to forego one turn to her l mme, 300.1 West 13th of it's regular meeting Elate:;, during St., of Miss Clara Berg, who recent- the rehearsals for its show, it was ]y underwent an operation at St. Vin- voted to meet on Sunday, March 12th, I cent's Infirmary. at 2:30 o'clock. At that time the reg- uku" program will be carried out, and Miss Mary Tschann. daughter of a paper will be read by Miss Ruth monk. lie did great work for the church at the court of Constantinople and was finally made Pope, governing for fourteen years. He extended the faith to many lands, set in order the prayers and chants of the Church and exerted an immense influence for good. He died in 604. Monday, March 13.--St. Euphrasia, Virgin, who, when seven years old, beg- ged that she might be permitted to serve God. Her mother permitted her to enter a monastery in Egypt at an early age and she spent a life that was a pattern of meekness, humility and charity. She died in 410. Tuesday, March 14.--St. 5Laud, the wife of Henry, Duke of Saxony, who was afterwards chosen King of Germany. She founded many churches and monasteries, but her two eldest sons, Otho and Henry, tried to strip her dowry on the pretense that she squandered her revenues on the poor. They afterawrds repented. She died in 968. Wednesday, March 15.--St. Zachery, successor of Gregory III, who ruled the Church with great prudence and benevolence. He adorned Rome with sum of money in the treasury. Fr. ninny sacred buildings. He died in 752. Moran was present at the mceting IThursday ' March 16.--St. Abraham, a rich nobleman of Edessa and guardian and gave the nmmbers a talk on the of St. Mary, a daughter of his brother, The saint, who had retired to a Mr. and Mrs. Edw. J. Tsehann, of 2816 West Fifteenth street, wa: operated on for appendicitis at St. Vincent's Infirnmry Wednesday morn- ing. Favorable" conditions are re- ported today. Mrs. Brewning's Condition. As The Guardian goes to press, the conc ition of Mrs. Mary C. Browning of 1307 West Capitol avenue is re- ported to be quite serious. Mrs. Browning on last Tuesday swallowed a teaspoonful of carbolic acid which she mistook for a tonic. Both were on shelf of the medicine chest, and Mrs. Browning, having set aside her reading glasses, made the damaging selection. Her son, Dr. H. W. Brown- ing, was immediately summoned and arrived with Dr. W. F. Smith in time to relieve Mrs. Browning from im: mediate danger. The shock of the affair now corn- Hoses. The meeting adjourned to meet on Sunday, March 12th, at 2:30 o'clock. Death of Lindley H. Clawson. The rather sudden death of Lind- try H. Clawson, of 505 West 31st Street, this city, came as a shock not only to the members of his family, but also to a large circle of his friends and acquaintances in Little Rock. Mr. Clawson, who was a member of the Cathedral parish ,passed away on Saturday evening, following an opera- tion for appendicitis, and his passing took from the Cathedral parish one of its most staunch supporters, and from his family a loving and devoted father. His funeral was held from St. An- drew's Cathedral on Monday last ith Requiem High Mass celebrated by Fr. Moran. Rt. Rev. Monsignor Thomas V. Tobin, D. D., rector of the Cathe- cell, placed the nmiden in a cell close to his son and guarded her care- full),. Finally she fell from grace, but Abrahan by prayer and inter- cession brought her to repentence. Mary worked many miracles before her death in 365, :rive years after that of Abraham. Friday, March 17.--St. Patrick, the APOSTLE OF IRELANI). Saturday, March 18.St. Cyril of Jerusalem, aL the time of whose episcopacy the apostate Julkm tried in vain to rebuihl the walls of the temple. Cyril suffered many persecutions bct'orc his death in 386. He was noted as a teacher and many of his expositions of the faith have been preserved. of the Church. Funeral services were states the purposes of the Social held at Our Lady of Good Counsel church, last Friday morning at 10 o'clock, Father Wernke saying the Requiem Mass. Burial was in Calvary cemetery. The following acted as pallbearers: John Kirspel, E. J. Pope, J. E. Walpole, I,eo Pfeiffer, G. E. Lewis, and Carl Hunt. SOCIAl, ACTION AN OBJECTIVE The National Council of Catholic Men ,.Should Organize Social Study Club. The committee on Social Action should undertake as the first task, the organization in the parish council of'a Social Study Club. The Club or Class consists of a grouR of men who meet once a week to study social and economic prob- plicates matters and the hopes of her many friends were lessened when they received the reports from her home this morning, dral, occupied a seat in the sanctuary, lems from the Catholic point of view, The funeral was attended b; a large using as a guide the Catechism of the gathering of sorrowing relatives, Social Question prepared by the So- friends and associates of the deceased who testified by their presence their grief and sorrow at his passing from this life. Music for the Mass Wgs furnished by the Cathedral choir under the di- rection of Professor Kcllar, organist CATHEDRAL NOTES. Sunday Masses at %9-11. Sunday Evening Devotions at 7:45 o'clock. Weekday Masses at 6-7-8. Confessions on Saturday from 3-6,1 °f the Cathedral, and "Pie Jesu" and 7-8:30 p.m. , i"Libera" were rendered as solos by Lenten Devotions e cry Sunday, I Dr. Browning. Wednesday and Friday evenings at I He is survived by his wife, three 7:45 o'clock, sons, Sterling, Lindley and Gilbert; Special Lenten sernmns on Sunday three daughters, Mihlred, V/innie and and Wednesday evenings. Clara, of Little Rock; his father, L. Stations of the Cross with Bene- H. Clawson; one brother, L. F. Claw- diction of the Blessed Sacrament on son, of Shreveport; four sisters, Mrs. Friday evenings. Special attention is A. F. Filhiol, Shreveport; Mrs. M. S. called to' the change in the hours for Kerley, Tulsa; Mrs. C. A. Wilson, daily Mass during the Lenten seasons. Arkmore; Mrs. F. J. Longley, Pine S. A. Y. M.A. Bluff. The regular weekly meeting of the Burial was in Calvary cemetery, St. Andrew's Young Men's Associa- where prayers were recited by Fr. tion of the Cathedral Parish was held Moran. in K. of C. Hall, Scott street, on Fri- day evening, March 3rd, immediately GOOD COUNSEL CHURCH after church services with President George C. Wiggins in the chair. Prac- tically every memberwas present at the meeting. The semi-annual election of offi- cers was the first important business to come before the body. ]resident Wiggins appointed Sam Kirby and Louis Hoffman to to act as tellers and to distribute the ballots. The fol- lowing were elected to serve for the coming six months. President, George C. Wiggins, first vice president, Wil- liam Letzig, second vice president; Howard Adams, secretary and treas- urer, William S. Allen, financial sec- retary, Daniel Broderick; executive committee, James Hornibrook, chair- man; James Brady and James Burrows; Sergeant-at-Aarms, Louis Hoffman, assistant sergeant, Thomas Canada. Those newly elected of. ricers will take office at the first meeting in April, and will serve the Association for a period of six months. Progressive reports were rendered by the committee on base- cial Action Department of the Na- tional Welfare Council. This booklet can be purchased from the Welfare Council or from the Paulist Press, 120 West 60th Street, New York City, at 5 cents a copy or $3.50 per one hundred copies. We hhve given a brief outline of the organization of the Social Study Class in your parish council. THE SMALLER CHECKING ACCOUNTS ARE GIVEN THE MOST CAREFUL DETAIL AT- TENTION AT THIS BANK, WHERE GOOD SERVICE IS THE RULE. The Checking Accounts of Small Businesses Solicited Union and Mercantile Trust Company SECOND AND LOUISIANA STREETS OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH " 11 W. B. WORTHEN CO. Study Club, and its WdUC in prepar- BANKERS ing for the future. 10. Then the introduction to the 500 MAIN l Catechism of the Social Question is taken up. The first question and an- If Deposited in Savings Account will earn 4% Interest swer are read and discussed by the members to clear up the meaning, set- tie doubts or nmke improvements on it. Then the next question is taken up. 11. The leader should try to draw all into the discussion and not let a few monopolize it. 12. At the end of the evening some one should summarize the even- ing's work. It is well to repeat the summary at the beginning of the fol- lowing meeting. 13. Outside reading is very impor- tant. Not only should the text itself be read but the listed readings should be gone into. It might be well to as- point some of the members to consult the appended readings for the next meeting. 14. Keep to the subject in hand. Do not branch off to remedies, for example, at the beginning. 15. Tie the matter uu with per- sonal experiences and current hap- penings. 16. Differences of opinion will arise. If they cannot be settled, do not let the differences bring up bad Organizing the Social Study Clubs-- feeling or even the heat of bickering Using the Catechism of the Social Question. 1. The purpose of a Social Study Club is to train men to be leaders in the solution of the labor problem along Catholic lines. With the su- perior knowledge gained they can communicate their information, and argument. I 17. Occasionally vary the program by a short paper written by one of tne members, or a shor deoate. 18. Send in list of members with the name of the leader, and their ad- dresses to Social Action Department, can help in guiding others. Leaders, National Catholic Welfare Council however, do not come along from the 1312 Massachusetts Avenue, Wash- educated. Anybody can belong- to a ington, D. C., and keep in correspond- Altar Society Monthly Communion The Good Counsel Altar Society will receive Holy Communion on next Sunday during the 7:30 Mass. Good Counsel Sewing Circle. The Good Counsel Sewing Circle will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 sion, and it is well to have it varied. o'clock in the parish hall. Mrs. Win. Heibach will be on hand to direct and cludeSpecialindustrialeff°rts shoUldemployees:be made to in- suggest the work to be done for the 4. It is not a class or a series of Social Study Club so long as he is willing to spend the time, thought and work on it. 2. A Social Study Club is small. Twenty are perhaps too many; fif- teen is a normal number; ten or even less are enough. 3. The membership can be drawn from any occupation, trade or profes- once with it. [ Note: Explanatory talks on the Catechism of the Social Question to be used by the Lecturer will be fur- nished on request. Address: Infor- mation Bureau, National Council of Catholic Men, 1312 Massachusetts Avenue, Northwest, Washington, D. C. ANNUAL REPORT OF ST. JO- SEPH'S ORPHANAGE. altar and sacristy. ] lectures; the members do the work Receipts from the various parishes Joan of Are Young Ladies Society themselves. They meet together and of the Diocese: The St. Joan of Arc Young Ladies add for the benefit of all their ex- Altus, $35.00; Atkins, $20.00; Society held their special meeting last perience and thought. It is not a de- Brinkley, $15.00; Charleston, $20.00; Sunday after the 7:30 Mass. Miss Ma- rie Mahoney, the president, presided. A committee was appointed to draw up a constitution for the society. A report on the play, "The Borrowed Wife," which will be given under the auspices of the Joan of Arc Society I after Easter was made. The cast is I busy every week rehearsing their / parts. , ] Children of Mary Meet. " I The children of Mary held their / monthly meeting last Friday, and Fa-' bating society. It works in an infor- mal way through informal discussion --or rather conversation. It is not an argument club; it is a study club, fol- lowing a set plan, first by reading the text of the Catechism of the So- cial Question ,the suggested readings, and current news in the papers and magazines, and then by discussing the text in the light of the common experience, information and thought. 5. Meetings should take place Conway, $73.45; Clarksville, $12.00; Coal Hill, $3.85; Dixie and Missions, $6.40; Eureka Springs, $8.35; Fay- eteeville, $19.20; Ft. Smith, Im- maculate Conception, $250.00; St. Boniface, $135.00; Gilette, $24.00; Hartman, $23.50; Jonesboro,.$116.75; Lake Village, $26.00; McGehee, $6.65; Marche, $30.00; Mona, $40.00; Mor- rilton, $106.65; Morrison's Bluff, $20.20; Paris, $33.38; Paragould, $10.00; Pocahontas, $37.10; Pine Haley & Hornihrook VENTILATING AND ALL KINDS OF ROOFING PHONE MAIN 1786 -c CENTRAL BANK LITCL00, R0CS, CAPITAL, $200,000.00 SURPLUS, $37,500.00 United States Depository for Postal Savings Funds" C. C. Kavanangh. Pruidmt Perry Simpon. Am. Caah. O.H. Muon 8almmam T. W. MattinfLv, V.-Pr. W. I. Llvlcato. k Kav.mmah. Joe Jumg, V.-Pr. Mgr. lml Eatat Ipt. M'r. Iumlra{m $. G. DIBard, V.-Pre. Mrs. A, E. Townm. Will Hoffman, WaRer . Taylor. V.-P. Sale€. 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Write for Catalog MONAHAN & SON ball, and by the entertainment com- mittees A report of the recent rain- ther Wernke gave them a conference, strel show was made by Secretary A1-I and spoke on the children's duty to len, and it showed that more than oriel their parents, and to be ever ready hundred dollars had been added to the I to give them a helping hand. He treasury of the Association by this I urged them to be present at Holy venture. : [ Mass every day during Lent, and Fr. Moran, spiritual director of the/suggested some good work they could Association, was present and gave a| do at this time. He congratulated short talk to the members. Follow- them on the large number that ap- ing the meeting, the members enjoy- ed the privileges of the K. of C. rooms, through the courtesy of the K. of C. The next meeting of the Assoeia- ¢ion will be held in the K. of C. rooms on Friday, March 10th, imme- diately after church services. Queen's Daughters. The regular semi-monthly meeting of the Queen's Daughters of the Ca- thedral hall on Sunday afternoon, March 5th, at 2:30 o'clock .with the preached Holy Communion on the First Friday, their, riionthly commu- nion day, and assured them that good results would come from this. The children are proudly saving their pen- nies to help swell their fund, which they will give for the new altar rail for the new church. Mrs. Lila Roberts. Mrs. Lila Roberts of 1860 Park Ave., died Wednesday morning, Mar 1st, well fortified with the last rites weekly. They "should not be long; a set time for beginning and closing should be adhered to. 6. A leader is necessary for the club. He may be a priest or a lay- man, but he need not have expert and complete knowledge of the mat- ter, although the more knowledge he has, the better. The province of the leader is to guide the discussion, and help in deciding doubtful points, and in clearing up misunderstandings. Bluff, $311.01, Stuttgart, $40.00; Su- blare, $22.00; Shoal Creek, $14.10; St. Vincent, $26:25; Slovactown, $28.50; Texarkana, $51.00; Helena, total, $1,565.64. Picnic--Little Rock and North Lit- tle Rock, $4,808.44. Total from entire Diocese, $6,374.03. FIRST SINCE SEPARATION. (11¥ R* C. . €. |PgCIAL CA|Lt) Paris, March 5.--For the first time 7. To assist the leader, the Social Action Department of the National Catholic Welfare Council will send :'egularly a page or two of further ex- flanations and comment, and will an- 'wer all letters of inquiry on the text. k secretary is chosen to keep the roll. since the passage of the Separation Law, a member of the regular clergy Its raised to the episcopal dignity in ]France. Father Giustiniani, Provin- I cial Superior of the Capuchins in I Corsica, is appointed Auxiliary Bish- op of Ajaccio. He belongs to the fam- ily of St. Lorenzo Giustiniani, which 8. Each meeting begins and ends with prayer, has given to the Church a cardinal 9. 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