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THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 19, 1943 ................ X PREsiDE-NT TAKESA-BRIDE SOCIAL; 3, and A L L AND STORIES SUBMITTED e] or Send Social Items to The Guardian / MUST BE Office, 309], West Second St., Phone 5486, by Noon Tuesday. [. SIGNED Guardian wishes to an- with this issue that it has a policy for years in not social or entertainment of any kind during the If anything should appear, it is entirely an over- " Rose Gaisbauer, Evening Operator for the Southwest- Telephone Co., at Ben- Ark., has been a patient Bates Memorial Hospital for 14 days, suffering from 'case of neuritis and the Miss Gaisbauer will report the last of the week. refined lady for housework. Good home. !ty. References. Write Guardian. Council 1 CK of A rlphonse Mueller, O.S.B., Ual director, Charleston i, Arold. president  Hill, No. Little Rock Kenkel, secretary, BrtnkleT ameer, treasur:r, Ft. Smith arlsstonbUerr' Ist vice preeldent, ry Burke, 2nd vice-president, etas Srd vice-president, t Peter p. Hiegel, Secretary Branch No. 994 reports and burial 'of Brother :Urban (Urb) Halter, age ars, after a residence of 65 1 n Conway and a member i t Joseph's Church and a member of Branch No. 994. Y Services were held at the SUnday evening The funeral t9 , o clock Monday morning. everend Anthony Lackow- :.S. Sp., pastor officiated at cquiem High Mass. . The rs of Branch No. 99 at- me services in a body and e Procession from Church to etery. The attendance at  i oy the members and many liSa'Catholic friends showed r" esteem in which he was Yell. R.I.P. ensce Shriver With the U S. , Blytheville, Arkansas, e Week end with his par- . Y. and Mrs. Thomas Shriv- rth Little Rock This whole are. members of Branch ' Rtle Rock 1} th point given the Catho- 'v,n by His Excellency the sia:n"Adopt a poor mission lY' aary proposed by the r . a-raring the presidency ','. F. Stauder, His Excel- t"nrned Batesville and New- ) Slaeh Missions, and money '" raised for this pu ose ,,cl tes of the C K rp . " af.'-'-. . . of A., that L anted with the Catholic are herewith ur ed to re )or t ' g - LCy,S '1Is 9th point of His Ex- ,,. and trv to raise some [i:2 lheir aranch and con- , "" or this Most Worthy ranches not now affiliat- i - rged to join the Catholic :erW and thereby help in or Catholic Action. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Landen- berger of 410 West 21st, North Little Rock, ,have received word from their son Robert, who is at- tached to the Finance Detachment somewhere in North Africa, that he has been promoted to the rank of Corporal. Cpl. Landenberger entered the Army on August 24th, and received his basic training at Fort Harrison, Indiana. " 3:m ' -- Mt. St. Mary's Presents Recital Of Musicians Little Rock.Mt. St. Mary's Academy music department pre- sented Frances Atkinson, pianist, last Sunday evening, in the third of a series of recitals planned for the current school year. Miss Atkinson was assisted by Margaret Cahanin, vocalist, and Ann Webber, violinist. The young pianist's number in- cluded "To Spring," by Grieg; "Fantaisie, Impromptu," by Chop- in; Rachmaninoff's "Prelude," Op. 23; "Caprice Viennois," by Kreis- ler; and Mendelsshon's "Concerto No. 1 in G Minor," third move- ment, with second piano accom- paniment. Miss Cahanin sang "Men coeur s'ouvre a ta voix," from the opera "Samson and Delilah," "Thanks Be to God," by Dickinson, and 'L'Amour Toujours," by Friml. Miss Webber's numbers includ- ed "Canzonetta," by Friml; "Ober- tass," by Wieniawski; "Romany Caprice," by Webber; and Fi- bich's "Poem." Accompanists were Patricia Smith and Patricia Clark. Abp. Stritch Says Requiem For Jesuit Cousin New Orleans. (E)--The Most Rev. Samuel A. Stretch, Archbishop of Chicago, offered the Solemn Ponti- fical Requiem Mass in the Church of the Immaculate Conception for the Rev. Thomas E. Stretch, S.J., a cousin, who died Friday at Hotel Dieu. Father Stritch's brother, the Bey. John Stretch, S.J., died in New Orleans last year. Father Thomas E. Stretch was born in Dublin, Ireland, 73 years ago. He came to the United States in 1888 and entered the Society of Jesus at the old St. Stanislaus novitiate at Macon, Ga. He was a Archbishop Giovanni Malztegul. of Panama, officiates at the wedding of Panama's President Rieardo Adolfo de LaGuardia to bona Carmen Estripeaut. It is said to be the first time a President of the tim. reuublic has been married while in office. INP photo. O,r r" r Greater Little Rock Activities St. Andrew's Cathedral Second Sunday of Lent. Lenten schedule of Masses at the Cathedral on Sunday will be 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 9:00. On Tuesday and Friday morn- ing during Lent, Mass will be said at Holy Souls Chapel at 8:30. Evening services during Lent will be at 7:45 p.m., as follows: Wednesday, Rosary, Sermon, by the Rev. Francis Donovan, pro- fessor at Catholic Hi School, and Benediction. Friday stations of the Cross and Benediction.' Sunday, Novena in Honor of "Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal and Bene- diction. 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 b heard on Saturday 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 Young People of the Parish. They will receive Corn- mathematician and scientist and from 1932 to 1935 was Superin- munich in 'a body at the 9 o'clocR tendent of Schools of the Arch, Mass. diocese of New Orleans. During Saint Edward's Church -- the same years he was Prefect General of studies for the New Sunday services: Masses, 5:30, Orleans Province of the Society 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00 a.m., Sermon: of Jesus. At the time of his death "Intentional and Willful Decep- he was chaplain of St. Vincent s teen." The Mothers-Altar Soc- Infant Asylum. iety and all married women of the :: -- Parish are expected at the Table Collections In of the Lord today. E ,.  . Stations of the Cross and Bene- ngllsn uloceses diction of the Blessed Sacrament Give China Aid will be at 7:30 p.m. March 22 is the Feast of Saint By George Barnard Benedict, Founder of the Bene- London. {E) Collections in Ca- diction Order, and the 1400 An- tholic Churches in 15 of the 18 niversary of his death. High Mass, dioceses in England and Wales pro- followed by Benediction of the duced $20,000 for the United Aid Blessed Sacrament, at 8:30 a.m. to China Fund. Tuesday, Novena of the Mother A check for this sum has been of Perpetual Help' at 7:30 p.m. sent to the Fund by Monsignor George Telford, National Director Catholic Charities of the Pontifical Mission Aid Soc- ieties. , Stress Health The United Aid' to China Fund now totals $1,290,000. A nation- Program For Youth wide tag day has been arranged New York. (E)The health, re- for March 23 and it is expected that this will raise the fund to over $2,000,000. Of Prager T,)e Manual o creational programs for yodth of the New York Catholic Charities aimed last year so to strengthen thousands of boy and girl members that they might better be fitted to shoulder the war burdens fall- ing on young and old alike, accord- ing to the 1942 re.p.ort by the Rev. Harold S. EngeI, director of Youth activities, made public. The 24th Annual Appeal of New York Ca- tholic Charities is now under way. It will be concluded the week of April 4 with an intensive canvass in the 375 parishes of the Arch- "If government regard their ,outh with every serious consid- ,ration," aid Father Engel, "so much the more mdst the Church exert every force and effort to guard and guide the boys and girls upon whose shoulders rest the fu- ture of the nations. No opportun- ity has been lost to interweave plan and action expedient to war effort with the high supernatural Wednesday, lecture 6n the Life of Christ and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament at 7:30 p.m. Friday Stations of the Cross and Benediction of the Blessed Sacra- ment at 7:30 p.m. Daily Masses, 6:30 and 8:30 a.m. Good Counsel Novena for Peace and Victory is held every Sunday afternoon at five o'clock, followed by Bene- PAGE THREE Little Rock: -- Mrs. Harvey Couch, Jr., will serve as Chairman of the Hospitality Committee of the use, NCCS Club, on Sunday, March 21. The Hospitality Committee of the Club is very active, serving breakfast to the boys every Sunday morning and having refreshment hour again in the afternoon. Ladies of the different parishes volunteer to assist in the prepar- ing and serving of the food and their loyal assistance is greatly appreciated. All service men are cordially in- vited to drop in the use, NCCS, "Home Away From Home" Club at 112 East 7th St., any time during the day. OSO, NCCSClu, ...... :" =::=, Entertains Each SEMINARY NEWS Sunday Msgr. O'Connell Speaks On Mission Experience Names On Mt. St. Mary's Roll Of Honor Little Rock.--One enior, Rose Marie Bernardi; one junior, Mary Biltz; and seven freshmen: Mary Agnes Barre, Patricia Clark, Pat- ty Mulholland, Martha Rauch, Johnnie Ross, Mary Helen Thomas, and Catherine Zaloudek, head Mt. St. MarY'S Academy Honor Roll with all A ref0orts for the first six weeks of the second semester. Other names on the Roll of Honor are: Seniors: Elizabeth Cassinelli; Peggy Dunn, Rita Gerke, Millie Harrison, Tillie Mae Lewis, Mary Arlene Powell, Helen Better, Emily Siebold, Peggy Shields, and Elaine Standridge. Juniors: Dorothy Breyel, Doro- thy Sue Gaines, Agnes Hain, Rose Hamling, Margaret Kaufman, Helen L. MacCulloch, Arminta Nichols, and Ann Webber. Sophomores: Mary Birnbach, Margaret Ann Collins, Marilyn Ebbing, Hilda Ann Farrell, Patti- cia Findley, Irene Gerke, Juanita Ingram, Jean Johnson, Betty Jo Kane, Wanda Kissinger, Betty Radnedge, Clara Raymond, Mar- guerite Strickland, Mary E. Troll- let, Vivian Ward, and Helen Yeager. Freshmen: Billie Bowley, Pa- tricia Jones, Carol Keenan, Mary Ann Lucas, Dorothy Strobel, and Lois Wilkie. Grammar school pupils making the Honor Roll this month are: Eighth grade: Carolyn Cypert, Lee Ann Molter, Sally O'Connor, and Mary Jo Sanders; seventh grade: Janet Garbacz, Hallene Lang, and Polly Weny; sixth grade: Mary Lou Brock and Anna Ruth Rankin; fourth grade: Mari- lyn Greco and Mary Rolphe. On the morning of Sunday, stay in Kansas City, Kansas Marcia 14, the Very Reverend Father O'Connor is assistant at Msgr. James E. O'Connell, Prin- the Church of the Most Blessed cipal Little Rock Catholic High Sacrament, Kansas City and his School addressed the students family lives in the Cathedral parish of the Major Seminary at their in Little Rock. monthly meeting. The formalities There are at St. John's Semi- of Parliamentary Law were dis- nary twelve students studying for pensed with by unanimous vote the Diocese of Grand Island, eight in order to give more time to the for the Diocese of Lincoln, and six speaker. Mr. Francis J. Murphy, for the Diocese of Leavenworth. Presideht, presented Msgr. O'Con- nell as the Retreat Master to the Traditional "Prep" Minstrel Seminarians some years ago. Under the direction of the Bey. Msgr. O'Connell's address was James J. Allen, Choir Director, characterized by an ideal blend, assisted:by Mr. John Collins, of humor and profundity of Preparatory Student, the Minor thought. He related in a very Seminary presented the traditional interesting manner his missionary Minstrel, last Tuesday evening, experiences as a Seminarian, and March 16. The celebration corn- the difficulties which were a joy memorated the Twelfth Anniver- for him, of his initiation into the sary of the "Prep Minstrel." Missions of Arkansas. In brief Besides the Faculty and the stu- and striking words he analyzed dents of St. John's Seminary, most the ideal of the priest, no matter of the Local Clergy and the Bene- where he be working, as a true dictine Sisters of the Cathedral and sincere love for God's work. School and St. John's Seminary, Applying to the Holy Priesthood attended the Minstrel. the beautiful sentiments expressed :: - in a letter written by Yugoslav 'Religious , ,Uoo t" father to his unborn child, Msgr. O'Connell said that for the future Week, Sponsors !priests there are waiting many 50 Catholic Books !things, difficulties among them to overcome which a strange New York. {)A list of 50 Ca- wonderful influence is required, tholic books, compiled by a group This influence shall be the corn- of priests and' members of the forting bliss of the Holy Ghost laity, is included in the "Religious which will never fail the priest Book List" prepared for the na- who, whole-heartedly gives him-'teen-wide observalace of "Relig- self to the work of the Missions. ious Book Week"' to be observed Msgr. O'Connell's talk Was March 28 to April 3. The week thoroughly enjoyed by all the is sponsored by the National Con- students of the Major Seminary, ference of Christians and Jews. who are grateful to him for the The Catholic committee was sacrifice of his valuable time. composed of the Rev. Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Editor of America, High Mass In--of St. Joseph chairman; , Sterns Cunningham, Following a long-established Executive Secretary of the Ca- tradition at St, John's Seminary, tholic  Book Club, and Dr. Joseph in honor of St. Joseph a High J, Reilly, Librarian Of Hunter Col- Mass was celebrated today in the lege. Members of the Catholic Seminary Major Chapel. The SubCommittee to select ten books Right Bey. Msgr. Joseph A. Gall- for juveniles were the Rev. J. agher was Celebrant of the Mass Gerard Meats, S.J., and Miss Mary and the officers were selected Kiely of the Pro Parvulus Book among the students named after Club, and Mrs. Grace E. Cartmell, the Great Patron of the Universal of the Queensborough Public Church. They were: Master of Library.' Ceremonies Mr. Joseph S. Quinn; The Council on Books in War- Censer and Boat, the Messrs. time is cooperating in the project, Joseph Wenger and Joseph En- which'has been designed to pro- derlin; Servers, the Messrs. Joseph mote more extensive reading of Flanagan and Francis Joseph religious books by the laity. A Janesko. diction of the Most Blessed Sacra- ment. Novena to St. Anthony is held after all Masses on Tuesday morn- ing .... The Annual St. Patrick-St. Jo- seph Day dinner will be served this Sunday afternoon from 5-8:30. It will be handled entirely by the Holy Name men. The cost will be 50c for adults and 25c for the children under 12. An enter- tainment will be held at 8 o'clock. Games will be played downstairs.' Everyone is guaranteed a good meal and a good time. All are in- vited to attend. The St. Anthony Sodality will receive Holy Communion at the 7:00 o'clock Mass Sunday. They will have their regular' meeting Thursday night, March 25 at 8 in the school hall. Lenten Services on Wednesday night will be held at 7:30 with Rosary, Sermon and Benediction total Of 6,000 public, university  and school libraries will receive Msgr. Gallagher Visits Distinguish- book lists from the conference ed Prelates with requests to arrange exhibits 'Worker, In War While in Nebraska, where he and conduct brief programs around religious literature. preached at Father Paul Wach- of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Time' Theme Of trle's First Solemn Mass, the Lenten Services will be held on Right Reverend Vice-Rector, Msgr. Friday night at 7:30 with Stations Labor Institute of the ,Cross and Benediction of Joseph A. Gallagher visited the Campbell, Mallory the Blessed Sacrament. New Orleans. ()"The Worker Most Reverend lishops Louis B. in War Time" is the general title Kucera, D.D., and Paul C. Colvert St. Patrick's Church of the spring term of the Arch- Schulte, D.D., tof the Diocese of Lincoln and Leavenworth re- INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS North Little Rock diocesan Labor Institute, an act- spectively. During his stay at Aetna Floor Wallace Bldg. Masses 7, 9 and 11 o'clock. Sun- ivity of the urban section of the Lincoln, Msgr. Gallagher was day is Communion Day for the Archdiocesan Social Life Commit- girls of the Parish. tee. . guest of the Very Rev. Thomas Phone 4- Kealy, C.D., brother of Mr. Daniel Mission collection will be taken The Rev. Vincent . O'Connell, Kealy, tudent of the Preparatory - up at all Masses. S.M., professor of dogmatic the- Seminary. At Leavenworth he Novena for Victory and Bene- elegy at Notre Dame Seminary, was dinner-guest of His Excell- : St. Anthony's diction at 3 p.m., Sunday. gave the opening address on "What ency ' the Most Rev. Paul C, Instructions in the Rectory Tues- Are We Fighting For?" and the Schulte, D.D., Msgr. Gallagher also Hospital day 7:30 p.m. Rev. William Reintjes, pastor of visited the Rev. John O Conner Lenten Devotions Wednesday, the Redemptorist parish and de- whose guest he was during his MnRR, TON,. = 7:45, consisting of Rosary, Sermon rector of the institute, spoke on ARK, and Benediction. The Sermon will "The Dignity of the Human" Per- be by Monsignor James E. O'Con- " "-- _g weekly. nell, Rector of Catholic High son., Meetin. Way Flier, t00atho!lc U. * SAVE MONEY ON School. Friday at 7:45 p.m., Of Bisliops,the Cross andc nejBenedictin" ThirdAlumnus' Wins Hegar ty Fire Auto _ou;._i_ Decoration I N S U R A N C E Formed To Aid Washington. {tC)--Col. James H. r}l] Wallace of the Army Air Corps, --;--g Company See Catholic Schools who has twice received the Dis- JOHN H.TUOHEY By George Barnard tinguished Flying Cross, has been 4th and Main Sts. Phone 9111 Little Rock, Ark. With A. W. Sloss Ins. Agency Phone 4-41Zl 213-214 Exchange Bldg. The Official Prayer Book For Catholics Prepared by Directions of the Third Plenary Council. Contains the Proper of the Mass for all Sundays and principal Feasts, adapting it as a Missal. * * * * $ $ $ * Large hlack-face type is most dedr- able especially in poorly lighted churches-Just the book for a con- vert--it explMns everything , London. (IC)The Bishops of England anct Wales have formed a new council of Bishops, priests, religious and layfolk to watch the interests of Catholic schools which now live under the shadow of threatened legislation. The coun- cil is stated to be "an extension of the Catholic Education Council i(a body which for many years has advised the Bishops) and of other Catholic educational organiza- tions." It comprises 18 members who represent specifically the Bishops, the Conference of Catholic Col- leges, the Association of Convent Schools, the Catholic Education Council, the Labor Party, the Con- servative Party, Parents and the Catholic Teachers' Federation. The new council will form a deputation to the Board of Edu- F. H. KUIPER, Jeweler awarded the Oak Lefif Cluster, ac- cording to advices received here from London. An alumnus of Catholic Uni- versity of America, Colonel wal- l lace is a native of this city and is i the son of Mr. and Mrs. James K. Wallace.' The report did not state what act of heroism Colonel Wal- lace had performed to win the award. DR. ANNIE M. BREMYER Chiropractor Pathometrlo Precision Diagnol 14 lfrs Jlzper- lense as a Grad. uate Nurse Phone S-S4584 SlC E. Stk Little Reck, Ark. Plumbing And 206 West Capitol Phone 2-4724 Little Rock, Ark. DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, POTTERY NOVELTIES AND GARE We repair all kinds of plain and complicated wtehes, clocks, and jewelry. Mail order solldted. All work guaranteed. Prices moderate. For25 years head watchmaker of largest local Jewelry store. 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