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l THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 19, 1938 PAGE THREE ,, i . &apos; Th a r .0 -IFu oral Serwces Austria Catholncs chairman; circle No. 3, by Mrs. , , * n i"UUbr., j, .... Eugene Hart, acting chairman, e 'T 1| !' 1 -11"1"/1"1" Jl'l.l '-ONA report, of circle No. 4, was made 7'4"a*'4' *" ]'7'*"''*'''C'- .... '"r I H d ins Not Affecte B ['I-(-NA Dy mlss Agnes Halhburton and SECURING FOR HOME MISSIONS THE EDUCATION AND TRAIN- For Mrs. o g d y ' "lepoe- Mrs. May Gaines in the absence J ;i e of the chairman, Mrs. G. J. Shra- New Agreement [L and SOCIALII%E0000c000000t BE IN THE d 4 %OFFICE BY or Send Social Items to The Guar "|NOON TUES / Office, 3091/2 ). Second St. Phone 5486.|DAY. der, who is ill. The report of Cir- i' cle No. 5 was made by Mrs. J. Frank Cherry, vice chairman of --( Uions cache eve of Holy- the circle. =:::, -,,r--h- Interesting reports were also )ol cal ay at 2 p. m. Confessions m eard in the Chapel half s. u before the Mass on Sun- mn the Cathedral at 7 and ntS ph's Aid So- 8 o'clock. 'dow- ePrpetual _Novena . . la The services of the perpetual   novena in honor of Our Lady of ;ee"eannualCarnival Card party the Miraculous Medal are held th.el "aeld attthe Catholic High every Sunday evening at 7:45 t'a 0n Monday, May 9, and o'clock with special prayers of the r J! t tholic High School carni- novena, congregational singing, a b,." ll be held on Thursday, sermon, Benediction of the Most d[ 19. Blessed Sacrament, and enroll- <i " "' !--Wy gerijn: Unee!"'-'-- ment in thelnstructlnMiraculOUSclaMedal. 1 A Class of instruction in the be *J the home of Mrs Mary Por- teachings of the Catholic Church , 09 Eas " is held in the Cathedral Rectory, ^5,'J. t 16 th Street. Every ;;,rested in this missionary Lenten Services :b  cordially welcome. During the holy season of Lent services will be held in the Cathe _ ------- dral Sunday, Wednesday and Fri- c00ub for young day evenings at 7:45 o'clock Sun- i [' leets regularly every day evening the services of the tJ aeStlay night after Lenten de- perpetual novena in honor of Our ti  1 the Seventh Street Ves- Lady of the Miraculous Medal will _, the Cathedral'. The Rev. be held in conjunction with the 8 S. Guy, Ph.D., moderator regular Lenten services and will *,ue8 at these meetings, consist of the prayers of the no- .:  vena, congregational singing, a sermon and Benediction of the ral Notes Most Blessed Sacrament. m Wednesday evening the services :' '1' ----'--- will consist of special prayers, ..k Smday Masses congregational singing, a Lenten Mases at 6,7 and 9 a. m. sermon, and Benediction of the :'s at II a m Most Blessed Sacrament. On Fri- ,. " . es on Holydys day evenings there will be the fa-'711^_on Holydays of Obliga- Way of the Cross followed by " :0, 7:30, 9:30 and 12:05 Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. . Weekday Masses A special series of sermons has 8 daily been prepared for the Lenten sea- at 7:00 and 8:00 son, as follows: [ Jl Little Flower Novena Sunday, March 20, "The Denial of Peter." Wednesday, March 23, "Christ Before Pilate." i Sunday, March 27, "Mary's Part in the Passion." Wednesday, March 30, "The Way of the Cross." Passion Sunday, April 3, "The Crucifixion." Wedfiesday, April 6, "The Good Confessions and the Bad Thief." are heard every Palm Sunday, April 10, "The from 4 to 6 and from Lesson of Lent." B:30 p. m., and on the The Cathedral Aid Society before the First Friday The March meeting of the Ca- eve of Holydays at lhedral Aid society, Mrs. F. J. hOUrs. To accommodate Woltman, presiding, was held in cannot conveniently the Cathedral school parlors, 503 these hours, Confes- East Sixth street, Monday, March also heard before the 7, with an unusually large attend- O'clock Masses Sunday ance. and every morning be- Miss Nell Eagan read the treas- daily Masses. urer's report, after which re- Souls Chapel ports of the circles were made in Tyler & "r Street the following order: the report of from the Cathedral) Circle No. 1 was made by Mrs. SUnday at 8 a. m. Mass J. McFarland, vice-hairman; elf- and on the First Fri- cle No. 2 by Mrs. George Danaher d Thursday of each month. .... J AID SOCIETY---Meets every first Monday of the ;1 month in the Cathedral School parlors, 503 E. 6th St., 2:00. .,l,l.d,l L'at'athedral School Parlors, 503 E. 6th St., at 2:30 p. m. P.-T. A.--Mee00 eve00 W0000day of the month ; 0 at 2 p.m. OOL P.-T. A.--Meets the second Monday j'/!) TI(}C HIGH :otHh ( at 2p m )AIVpS MEN'S CLUB.--M ts see ot each ee the ond Monday of each lil 1 raOnth in the Cathedral school hall, 505 E. 6th St., at 8 p. m. m d "" II of the CATHEDRAL BOY SCOUTS.--Meets in the Cathe- ei at  dral school hall, 505 E. 6th St., every Thursday evening pr ,-' 'aO ! OUISEL p._ T. A.--Meets the second Friday of the month ia the school hall at 2:15 in the afternoon. VIRGIN'S SODALITY of St. Andrews Cathedral--Meets Brothers. I ! ?Very first and thrd Thursday at 7:30 p. m. in the Cathe- Assisting Mrs. Murray will be i ural Vestry. the following members of the Aid I'IoNY,S YOUNG PEOPLES' SOCIETY--Meets every sec- society: Mesdames John Kenney, Jennie Halberstadt, J. Frank *(. Ond Thursday of the month in Good Counsel hall. it i'q OF COLUMBUS, 4th Degree-Meeting first Monday of Cherry, E. W. Martin, Frank tt the month. Haley, John Sanders, Nick Eichel- STUDy CLUB--Meets every first and third Monday of man, Ed Huck, George Massery, ", i1 each month at 7 p. m. tn the Lena Latklm room of the, M. D. Rossi, E. R. Kemp, O. Ebb- i ,084 bile Library. ing, J. J. McGrath, F. H. Sever - S MEN'S SOCIETY_--Meets second Monday of each son, Ralph Adams, J. C. McFar- il S onth in Good Counsel Hall at 8 p m land, J. O. Martin, B. R. Bur- . OF COLUMBUS---Meeting first and third Tuesday of rows, George Danaher, James Me- 4O8eac, h month at Knights of Columbus Hall, 809 Scott St. Carthy, J. D. Flynn, J. I. Madi- tIS SOCIETY.--Meets on the Thursday preceeding the gan, Mullins McRaven, Clarence F,t,h Sunday of each month at 8:00 p. m. in St. Ed-Roth, Eugene Hart, G. J. Shrader Wards hall. Monthly Holy Communion on the Fourth Joe Beck, F. J. Woltman, John {:}, Unday at 7:00 o'clock Mass. Craig, Ben Booth, C. K. Call, Jr., t'I?hCMC CLUb--Meeting is held on third Thursday of Edward O'Brien, Fred Bryson, ae month. IV Our '{I,IC DAUGHTERS aY AMER A, Lady of Perpetual Dan Sherry, W. T. Gilmore, Joe ' t?P, Cottrt No. 1223, meets every seaond Thursday ,_ e Cathedral School Palors, 503 East 8th Street. ' :!i." I-KN'IGITS OF AMERICA--Meets every 2nd Wednesda i'DLithe manth, at 8 p. m., at St. Edward's Churl l BUSINESS WOMEN'S CLUB OF LITTLE ROCK.--Meets , ( Second Monday of each month. Dinner meeting at Peacock xea Room at 6:15 p. m, made by Mrs. Edward O'Brien, chairman of the Welfare Commit- tee, and Mrs. Thomas W. Chi- chester, chairman of the Sick and Visiting Committee. The report for the house committee was made by Mrs. James I. Madigan, who announced that she had selected the following members of the so- ciety to serve with her on this: committee: Mrs. Ralph Adams, ! Mrs. George Danaher, Mrs. Frank Cornil, Mrs. G. J. Shrader, Mrs. John L. Kenney, Mrs. E. R. Kemp, Mrs. John Sanders and Miss Nel- lie Eagan. Mrs. Madigan read a list of rules which had been adopt- ed and which will be enforced in the future. Mrs. J. O. Martin, chairman of the recent parish supper commit- tee, in her report expressed ap- preciation for the splendid coop = oration which she had received from the Cathedral Aid society and the other societies of the Ca- thedral parish. She was tendered a rising vote of thanks by the members of the society. Mrs. George Murray, chairman ot the post Easter card party, to be held on Monday, April 25, announces that plans had been made for this second public event of the society as a whole. Mrs. Murray will have a committee of 40 members of the society asset- ing her. A question box period followed the order of business under di- rection of Monsignor Moran. Mrs. Woltman also read the schedule as outlined by the National Coun- cil of Catholic Women and an- nounced the formation of a study club which will meet in the near I future. Following a talk by the Spir- itual Director, a very interesting and instructive lecture on Chinese customs was delivered by Dr. Mil- ton Beckwith. Dr. Beckwith, who has appeared before a large num- ber of Catholic organizations in this country and has also spoken at many Catholic colleges and in- stitutions, proved to be a most interesting talker and discussed in detail the customs and laws which govern the Chinese people. An announcement was made at the meeting of the monthly Com- munion of the society, to be held on Sunday, March 13, at the 7 o'clock Mass. Easter Card Party The annual post Easter card party which is held every year following Easter by the Cathedral Aid Society will be conducted this year under the direction of Mrs. George Murray, first vice presi- dent of the society, and will be held on the afternoon and evening of Monday, April 25, in the school parlors. The preliminary meet- ings of the committee which will assist Mrs. Murray in the second public effort of the Aid society as a whole have been held, tickets have been distributed, and prizes for the event have been secured. Each year the Cathedral Aid Society conducts three public events. The parish supper, which was held in February. The other events are the post Easter card party, to be held on April 25, and the parish reunion, which will be held in the fall. Prizes for the party this year will be a pair of pillow cases at each table and in addition to which there will be 40 door prizes and many other novelties. Tickets have been priced at 25c and have been donated for this occasion through the kindness of Pfeifer 1NG OF WORTHY HoMEECCLESIASTICALMIsSION SEMINARySTUDENTS IN ST. JOHN'S Held wa a"re'nes'ay Any full Burse or Share in an Incomplete Burse may be donated. Dona- tions, large or small, will be grateCully 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. Rev. Msgr. James P. Gaffney, Ph. D., St. John's Seminary, Little Rock, Arkansas. St. John's Seminary Burses Hot Springs 10.00 Complete In memory of Mrs. St. Mary's Burse, Hot Springs; H. McMahon 10.00 Msgr. Tobin Burse, Little Rock; Memorial Crusade Unit __ 33.31 Alumni Burse, in honor of St. In memory of J. M. John the Baptist; Bishop Byrne Schwartz 20.00 Burse; Rev. Joachim F. Galloni In memory of Mary Burse. F. Flaherty Bishop Fitzgerald Burse 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 ...... 5.00 Thanksgiving 1.00 Anonymous .68 Victor Kocrs, L. R ..... 100.00 Mrs. Ernest Botto, Ft. Smith I00.00 Total ...... _: .......... .-"..$i69:33 Alumni Burse -- In Honor of The Blessed Trinity This Burse is the second foun- dation made by the priests who were ordained from St. John's Seminary. It is open to the clergy and the people in general who have the work and interest of the Seminary at heart. Previously acknowledged.__$ I01.00 Anonymous ............ ,_.. ..... 81.43 In memory of Hugh 2.00 McDevitt ......................... 25.00 5.00 Raymond Maus, Atkins __ 25.00 2.00 Appreciation, Slovaktown.. 25.00 10.00 Alumnus, 1914 20.00 10.00 Alumnus, 1914 20.00 5.00 Alumnus, 1916 ............ I0.00 I0.00 Alumnus, 1919 20.00 Alumnus, 1923 20.00 28.00 Alumnus, 1924 ..... 25.00 5.00 Alumnus, 1924 20.00 Alumnus, 1925 25.00 10.00 Alumnus, 1926 ............ 20.00 Alumnus, 1926 ...... 10.00 10.00 Alumnus, 1927 10.00 Alumnus, 1934 .............. 10.00 N. N., Paragoulcl? Ark.,-- 10.00 Friends of Little Flower, Dixie, Arkansas I0.00 In memory of John M. Murray 10.00 Jubilee offering, Total .$1925.94 In McDonald and Misses Nell Eagan, Susan Zeisler and Alice Richards. The light of friendship is like the light of phosphorus, seen plainest when all around is dark. ST. EDWARD'S Ninth and Sherman Streets MARCH 20, 1938 ] I Third sunday of Lent [ St. Edward's offers an oppor- I tunity to its members and others[ to attend an early Mass. Our! first Mass is at 5:30 the year round. Other Masses are at 7, 8:30, and 10:30 a. m. The reading of the Bishop's Pastoral Letter will be continued and concluded in- stead of a sermon in all the Masses. Lenten evening devotions will be held this evening at 7:30. We shall have the Stations of the Cross, a short instruction on "Faith" and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Weekday devotions: daily Mas- ses at 6:30 and 8 a. m. Lenten devotions, Tuesday and Friday nights and private devotions on all other nights, at the same time namely 7:30 p. m. The Social Activities at St. Ed- ward's are now being conducted by the following group and their families: Mrs. Wm. Kelly, chair- man; Mrs. Anna Barber, vice chairman; Louis Balmat, Mrs. Jo- sic Bauer, Mrs. Verona Bech- man, John Bins, Oscar Bopp, Plus Brucks, Frank Breyel, Mrs. Eich- enberger, Mrs. Anna Engelberger, Eugene Frederich, Thomas Gais- bauer, Mrs. Mary Glicker, Mrs. Katie Hampel, Mrs. Jeanette Hig- gins, John Imbrey, Mrs. Mary 100.00 M. P. Gengler 5.00 Monsignor Tynin 2.60 Father McDaid, 1926 25.06 In memory of Msgr. Aretz 5.00 Mrs. E. M.S. 5.00 Father Schaefer 10.00 Total $725.40 Arkamms 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 $4,367.60 Sacred He't 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 Mrs. A. Hart ...................... Mrs. F. Margrave ..... Relative of student ._ Msgr. Haeringer George Bergmon ........... Memory of Msgr. Aretz._ Holy Angels Academy, Jonesboro "J." Morrilton Memory of Beatrice Williams _ Memory of Sarah Gallagher Memory of John Gallagher 10.00 Elizabeth B. Bailey  50.00 Schwarz ................... 300.00 Cassio N. Coleman  25.00 Anonymous 184.08 Little Rock, March 16.--Fu- neral services for Mrs. Mayme Hodgins, who died Monday at her home, 700 Summit avenue, were held at the Church of Our Lady l of Good Counsel, Ninth and Mar- shall streets, at 9 o'clock Wednes- day. The Rt. Roy. Herman H. Wer- nke was clebrant of the. Solemn Requiem Mass. Mrs. Hodgins was a native of Nashville Tenn., but had been a resident of Little Rock and a member of Good Counsel parish for many years. She is survived by a son, Wil- liam B. Hodgins, of Little Rock; a daughter, Miss Adelma Hodglns of Little Rock; and a sister, Sister Mary Adelma of Davenport, Iowa. Burial was in Calvery Ceme- tery in charge of Healey & Roth. Pallbearers were: Active  J. I. Madigan, Fred B. Smith, A. M. Keith, Harry Richter, Barney Peaker, Walter Keller and B. F. Busby. Honorary--A. H. Lange, W. R. Wrape, W. H. Henson, Dr. John Dibrell, Dr. H. W. Hund- ling, George Vaughan of Fayette- ville, Jerry Williams, J. Merrlck Moore and George Wittenberg. Elleora Joyce, Pupil Of Good Counsel School Dies Little Rock, March 16.--Elle- nora Joyce, 9, a pupil of Good Counsel school, died Saturday morning after a short illness. On Monday morning at 9 o'clock a Requiem High Mass was celebrat- o'clock, after which all will go to the hall. A special program will be given during the dinner and several talks will be made and community singing will be held during the dinner. The din- ner will be sponsored by the Altar Society, and the proceeds will be for the New Church Building Fund. St. Patrick and St. Joseph Special devotions will be held Thursday after Mass in honor of St. Patrick and Saturday the feast of St. Joseph, special devotion in his honor. Easter Monday Card Party GOOD COUNSEL The annual Easter Monday card party, April 18, will be held in i Good Counsel hall afternoon and I St. Anthony Society evening, for the benefit of the I The Good Counsel St. Anthony New Church Building Fund. i society will receive Holy Com- Special preparations are being i munich at the 7 o'clock Mass made for this event. Mrs. R. E. Sunday, March 20. McFarland is chairman assisted by Lenten Devotions ,the April Altar Society commit- Wednesday night at 7:30, Ros-i tee. ary, sermon and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Fri- day night at 7:30, the Way of the Cross and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Novenas Every Tuesday morning, No- vena to St. Anthony after the 6:30 and 8 o'clock Masses. Blessing with the relic is given after the devotion. Every Sunday night during Lent the Eucharistic Novena at 7:30 o'clock with congregational pray- ers and singing, meditation, per- iod of silent prayer and Bene- diction of the Most Blessed Sacra- ment. ClecheUeal Lecture Every Friday night during Lent after the devotion eatechetical lec- tures are given in the hall. A large crowd is attending and is deriving great benefits from the instructions. One half hour is devoted to instruction and 10 minutes for questions. Anniversary Dinner On Sunday evening, March 20, the annual St. Joseph's dinner will be held in Good Counsel hall, be- Isenman, J. F. Kobitz, Thomas I ginning at 5:30. The Sunday eve- Krah, Henry Lensing, Mauricelning devotion will ,be held at 5 Long, W. C. Montgomery, Her-  mah Me,,er Joseph Oswald, Mrs 121, is the Feast of St. Beneuic, ' tt e "] Founder of the Benedictine Order Antoine Schnue g n, M. A. Steele, Alfred Thomey, John Wirges, and and Patriarch of Western Monach- Henry Yager.- (Roy. Lawrence Hoyt, O. S. B., Pastor). P. S. Tomorrow, Monday, March ."School Children's Pryerbook" by Rev. Lawrence Hoyt, O. S. B. A method of training children L take nn active part in the Mass. Five con- grogattonal Mass forms, Communion Prayers. etc. Available at B. Herder Book Co., Benziger Brothers, E. M. Lohmann Co., Fredrck pustet Co,, or the au- thor, 815 Sherman St. Littl Rock. ism. High Mass by the Junior choir at 8 a. m. DR. ANNIE M. BREMYER 1 CHIROPRACTOR II Pathometrlc Precision Diagnosis 14 Years Experience As a Graduate Nurse Phone 2.2S84 310 E. 9th St. _._--.-.--. Little Rock, Ark. Vienna, March 11. 0.- The position of the Catholic Church in Austria is in no way affected by the new agreement entered into between this country and the Ger- man Reich and the freedom .of the Catholic Press of Austria to defend the invaded rights of the Church in Germany is not to be restricted. This information this corres- pondent has received from an au- thoritative source. Evidence that the Austrian Catholic Press is not to be muzzled can be had from the fact that since the conference between Chancellor Schuschnigg and Hitler the Catholic papers of this country have not receded from their position. Many reports have been broad- cast--all of them devoid of truth --relative to changes to be brought about. Among others, it has been stated that Austria virtually has renounced her liberty and inde- pendence; that Austrian Catholics, in matters Of religion, will share the fate of their fellow-religion- ists in the Reich; that the Austrian Catholic Press has been ordered to discontinue criticism of re- strictions placed upon the Church in Germany, and that the Austrian Government has agreed to re- fuse admission to this country of priests coming from Germany. All of these reports are at this time devoid of all truth. ed by the Rt.'Rev. Msgr. Her- man H. Wernke, at which all the school children were present. The children's choir sang the Requiem Mass. She is survived by her parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Joyce, 2117 West Thirty-4irst street and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Joyce of Little Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Luke of St. Louis, Mo. Sunday afternoon the school children assembled at the Healey & Roth chapel and recited the ros- ary, with Msgr. Wernke leading the prayer. The following pupils acted as pallbearers -- William R i c h a r d Martin, Uriel B. Alford, Jr., John William Hilpert, Jr., Charles Ed- ward Hooker, Jr., Joseph Pettus Wahlgreen, and Henry Joseph At- tenhofel, Jr., Burial was in Cal- vary Cemetery. Read not to contradict and con- fute, nor to believe and tak for granted, nor to find talk and dis- course, but to weigh and consider. BERNARD T. HEINZE, SOLICITS YOUR INSURANCE BUSINESS (All Kind Except Life) WITH RIGHTSELL.COLLINS.BARRY.DONHAM, Inc. Insurgnce -- Estates -- Investment -- Real Bstte Lmum 218 Louisiana Street :-: Phomm 4-$81--L. D. 10| J. T. Hornibrook & Stuart Roofing Co. 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