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Knights of Columbus State Council THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 26, 1943 I 'CONFIRMATION AT CASABLANCA ,Auxiliary By J. P, Reynolds It must have been intensely gratifying, and certainly encouraging every loyal knight, who read last week's Guardian to learn that J. of the largest councils in this jurisdiction, Little Rock and Ft. !!th., have gone into this bond drive in a big way, and have about nleted prehminary arrangements and appointed committees ready  ,aKe off when the starting' gun is fired. Composmg' the committees" tles two councils are men who years have been interested in Columbianism in Ark- and many activities of the Owe their success to the work wisdom of these good broth- ho have undertaken the task atting over one of the most rtant jobs ever tackled by Knights of Columbus of this .el sure that the other coun- this jurisdiction arc busy he same lines, for certainly should appeal more to iotic knights than this op- to participate in the of democratic peo- the. world who are and dying to maintain )endence. Our own boys where fighting is If we can't be with them and buy what bonds you can. If you are already buying on the pay-roll deduction plan, tell your committee where, how many, and how much. If you can promote the sale of bonds, do it. Cooper- ate with the committee of your respective councils in every way you can. Remember the date March 29--April 28. Go to the next meeting of your council to show your interest, and encour- age your committee. In what was believed to be the first Confirmation of American mili- tary p'ersonnel in North Africa, 20 soldiers and sailors and one! Army nurse • received the Sacrament recently from Bishop Henri THIRD DEGREE COUNCILS Vielle, Vicar Apostolic of Rabat, who is pictured above. The nurse and her sponsor are unidentified. Among the chaplains assisting NEWS were Chaplatn Edward J. DeMars, of Detroit (back to camera), and Chaplain Joseph M. Clark, S. J.. of San Francisco (in background). * The picture was taken in the Sacred Heart Church, Casablanca, ACTIVITIES IN THE French Morocco. (N.C.W.C.) STATE OF ARKANSAS .,eeee+_ e, members, who were admitted to _-_-_- _- _-_- _- _- _-_- _- -   Arkansas State membership. K. Of C. Elects Officers Council Genial "Jerry" Kenkel, State To Fill Unexpired Terms Of  Secretary, has mailed out his an- Men Called To Service I _ a nual report membership and Fin- At the regular monthly meeting [ of the Pocahontas Council, Knights I tr'  " uncial Statement of the C. K. of A. State Council, from January of Columbus, held in the Council I r' v ltffi chambers Monday evening, the fol-/ Llh £ 1st, 1942, to January 1st, 1943, lowing officers were elected to )  jllr UJIL which shows a very healthful fill the unexpired terms of those I JJkkJ], & growth both in membership and who have been called to the set-l[ .  money matters• He shows only vices of their country: [ 1-- our deaths in the State i the past Edward Steimel was elected dep- | .p,r---- year. The Juvenile department is luty grand knight in place of Ray-)I also on the way up and all the , mond Promberger; Lee Barthel |[ Roy. Alphanfe Muelr, O.-q.B., District organizers are specializing i .............. 1 " "a'- t  /' spiritual mrectar, narmstan youth, realizing that young ; was e*eea cnance or Lo t tie nell T J Arnold president on place of Stuart Davis and the] "Prk Hill.' Na. Little Rack boys and girls will be the main- grand knight, Bartha Baltz,|2 G. H. Kenkel, co€rotary. Brinkley stay of the oiMers future. Mr. will appoint a lecturer at the next  ' m=r :treare.;'r::th prizesKenkelofferedalS° calledto theattenti°nthree Branch-t° the regular meeting to fill the vacancy/] "Claarlestan " es obtaining the most new mere- previously held by Rev John| Mrs Mary Burke, '-lad vice-president, bers and stated that only four •   " /[ Pocahontas Mulhgan, who has been transfer-| Victor Kardsmeier, 3rd vice,-president0 months remained before these prizes would he :,awarded. It is Morrlltan red to another parish. | therefore up to ihe officers and Delegates chosen to attend thelN,  members of each Branch to bring state convention, which will be in as many new members as pos-! held at Stuttgart Easter Monday, Last Sunday!s local daily paper sible. As per Resolution of the April 26, were: Grand Knight bad a report from the Director of State Council, these prizes will Bartha Baltz and George Steimel. th lderal lura, nf inv.tia be awarded to the local church lte nates were John V. Baltz and ...... Mr J E- r Hoover where the Branch is domiciled• Ben Thielemier. uon (F..I.) . . clga ' Mr. Kenkel further calls attention Following the regular meeting, in which among other increases of the Branches and members that luncheon was served and a very in crime he showed where delin- C. K. of A., Subiaco Burse instit- enjoyable social hour was spent quences of minor girls increased uted several years ago, is still in- by the members• complete and urges contributions 64.8 per cent in the last year. In by every Branch to complete this the same Sunday's paper there ap- good and noble cause this year. peared a' full page advertisement The C. K. of, A., Journal for of salacious sexy, trashy, filthy March had almost a page of Ark- books which more than likely ansas News therein, and is most helped in the enormous increase willing to do this every month if of delinquencies in these mere same is furnished by the 25Lh of children. The publisher of those every month. It is suggested that dirty books has been branded by Branch News be sent them every the Hierarchy and by good think- month. ing Christians all over the coun- - try and nothing more can be Only eleven Arkansas Branch- added. But to think that our home es are shown with members in U. paper supposedly a family paper, S. Services. The other Branches to be read by both old and young are urged to send in the names of ublished this, is too much to their boys to headquarters so that bear and as Catholics and law names be published and boys re- abiding citizens, the members of ceive their free Mass kits, contain- the Catholic Knights of America ing books, rosary and medals. unite in protest against this out- Five Arkansas Branches are rageous adverhsement of filth and shown on Honor Roll of Juvenile indecency. Instead of building up Department in Marcia issue of C.K. the morale of the country in +Ames of A., Journal. These are Subiaco like this, this paper is tearing it Branch No• 1010. i down to the gutter with this filthy Little Rock 79. advertisement, just for a few Conway 994 paltry, filthy dollars. Charleston 999 Ft. Smith 652. Mr. M. H. Eddlcman, Secretary The other Arkansas Branches of Branch No. 652 Ft. Smith, re- are urged to try for this Honor ports another very enjoyable, Roll. Every Catholic child from healthy meeting at which Sister time of Baptism, is eligible to join Catherine E. Eddleman took the the C.K. of A., therefore thousands obligation of the order and also of prospective members could be that of local organizer• She an- secured for this oldest Catholic nounced as her initial offering as fraternal society for men, women organizer the names of four new and children.  a person, we can be behind ,' Willing to sacrifice, not only ort and luxuries 'but every- g!hat might be required to us war. 0W You individual members to a' You have three duties to rra, Buy War Bonds, Pro- ,ethe Sale of War Bonds, and rat,°rts. Don't wait until your ve foemen call on you, they  a big field to cover, show $L',aterestand good judgment, llcmS is a safe investment, as kL _pa t r?::ic du:y,Z:ofo !,11100[1' a COMPLETE FOOD [j _ MARKET |P. 32 We Deliver ! WILLIAMS BROTHERS h I ! ,.IVY.STOCK I MONTGOMERY'S HATCHERY00 . I IIvlORRILTON ARKANSAS | B " " I B & B Esso Service Station SPOTLESS CLEANERS Phone 451 "For Those Who Care" COL. ROY R. CHANEY LACHOWSKY BROTHERS Machine Shop and Foundry MORRILTON, ARKANSAS Addressed NCCW Mar. 15 Little Rock.--At the regular quarterly meeting of Little Rock District, National Council of Ca- tholic Women, held at Good Coun- sel Hall on Monday, March 15th, His Excellency, the Most Rever- end Albert L. Fletcher, Auxiliary Bishop of Little Rock, spoke in terms of commendation of the work of the National Council of Catholic Women of the Little Rock District. His Excellency impress- ed upon his listeners the import- ance of the work of the National Council of Catholic Women, parti- cularly in these troubled times, emphasizing the fact that success- ful functioning of the NCCW in the Diocese had been desired for some time. His Excellency asked lhat the parish groups continue their cooperation by planning strong monthly meetings, in which to include their members in this important work of Catholic Ac- tion. The very fine work of the NCCW in assisting in the war ef- i fort, by the cooperation with NCCS-USO, Red Cross, and' Civil- i, f mn De ense was prmsed by His i Exeellency, who expressed the de- sire that the Catholic women con- tinue to do all possible in their work toward a victorious peace for God and Country. Very Reverend Monsignor James E. O'Connell, Diocesan Director of the National Council of Catholic Women, in his address, expressed clearly his desire that the work of the NCCW, as outlined in the national set-up, be actively car- ried on in each parish unit. Us- mg as an example of the necessity for NCCW to sound the voice of Catholic womanhood, Msgr. O'Con- nell cited the opposition being registered through NCCW against the "Equal Rights Bill" in Wash- ington. Tentative plans for the annual Diocesan Convention were briefly discussed by Msgr. O'Connell. Mrs. John Pruniski, Diocesan President of NCCW brought a very timely message in "Block Wardens on the Alert", in which she peti- tioned every woman to do all pos- sible to cooperate with the Civil- mn Defense Council m their very necessary work. Mrs. Pruniski very forcefully brought out the duty of Catholic women to do their part in rendering all possible service to their country during this emergency. At the business meeting, with Mrs. Granville Sutton presiding, reports of work accomplished in the parishes were made by Miss Mary Pierce Keith for St. Andrew's Parish, Mrs. R. C. Harville for Good Counsel Parish, Mrs. John Kierre for St. Anne's Parish and Mrs. R. C. Clark for St. Pat- rick's Parish. Reports of Com- mittees were made by Miss Anne Margrave for Extension of Re- ligious Education, Mrs. T. W. Chiehester for Organization and Development, Miss Louise Mal- archer for National Defense, Miss Nell Eagan for Welfare and Mrs. Paul Bujarski for Shrines• Two new chairmen were introduced,- Mrs. Carson Bray for PTA and Miss Genevieve Sluyter for Youth. A Nominating Committee was STEVE LAUX Groceries, Flour, Feed Bulk Garden and Field Seed Phone 338 MORRILTON, ARKANSAS PAGE SEVEN OUTSTANDING IRISH ACTRES Margaret O'Brien, 6-year-old screen star, reeelvs the silver cup of the Los Angeles Gaelic Athletic Ass0clatlo as the outstding Irish actress of the year. Rev. Patrick Casey, of St. Eugenle pariSh, Lcm Angeles, chaplain of the Association, is shown presenting the cup. t Guest of honor at the St. Patrick's Night Banquet, Margaret was awarded the AuoelaUon's statue of St. Bridget. (N.W.C.), appointed composed of Mrs. T. W. Chichester, Mrs. Herbert Reiman and Mrs. Steve Pruniski. An interesting feature of the meeting was a "demonstration meeting" presented by the Good Counsel parish unit, with Mrs. H. C. Harville, presiding. In'this' "demonstration meeting", the reg - ular routine as suggested for parish meetings was followed. Reports of parish work were read by Mrs. Chas. Hooker, Mrs. F. Sarlo, Mrs. i H. E. Reiman, hrs. Frank De- Clerk, Mrs. A. Brugnone and Miss Genevieve Sluyter. Rev. Edward Maloy in a brief talk, outlined reasons why everyone should use the Missal and "pray the Mass". Rt. Rev. Msgr. H. H. Wernke and Rt. Rev. Msgr. F. A. Allen spoke o£ the work of NCCW in their respective parishes, and en- couraged the members to con- tinue their work towards the glorious goal of the spread of the Ctholie Faith. T. J. 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