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THE GUARDIA'N, MARCH 29, 1930 PAGE THREE ~AT|Irl~lFb~l l~Ig~qPrOsiding and one of the most attractive r lrlwlmV ~ ~'~wr coming Annual is to be one of the ALL SOCIAL t bBlIlr.l/l / Ll'qUlr, as .-ell as costly gifts ever aw rded LIIILI KULI best ever oduced b th " . .... " - P" y e student~ L AND SOCIAL I ITMES MUST ~ at a hke affan" m this city was se- g~/~it It IFI/~, I~,~lrlrl at the College. The local merehantt ! BE IN THE ! Sunday Masses. lected to be given for play at each LOLL~.~%~.8 I~UI~.4b have been very kind in purchasing .......... ~ OFFICE B Y ~ Low Masses at 7 and 9 a.m. table. There will also be a valuable advertisements to the book, and the or Send Social Items ~o T~he Guardian ~ NO%N TUES- | High Mass at ll a.m. l door pmze for those who do not play, i A" T board of editors feel very much en- west Second Street. Phone 5486 ~ ~ ~ Evenin Devotions land other features will m'uk this tumnt t~ampaign coura~ed with the-rein--~ | ! g ' " , . . ~ p s n~ prospecu~ ' air as one of th^ most outst-ndin~ One of the most interesting of the ........................ h Devotions everSunday evening at p Y ~ - ~. It is expected that the book will g: i n i t " 1 " c 'campaign for the athletic re ram ,, ,, ea Tue~ ....... ] ....... ramcnt hairmcn of the various circles and P g William Bill ~ Dicke~, f,~rm-* ~,~a~, luay o~n. - " ~ars anu ~mpes. . at th " " ~' ...... , 13,,~;~,~ ;, h~,~ ~ th~ .q~ all the members of the society are e College, was that held at member of t ~ a ha~h~ll i~,~ .... , ........................... he Ea 1_ Wednesaay morning came w~th its .............. Byrne HalWat the Colle-e on Th"'-~ ............ P W co o erasing wml ~uis r~enne in net s ,~ A of ~o+~-J~-~ ~-.~^~ I ............. I Heart are held on the First Friday of - P " " Y , . . " in years gone by, is now the re~alar } . .~.,~.=u~a, ~,,,,,. magnnlcent sunrise Calling Ior~n ~ne ~ " ' aay evening last. " , ~'- ld ~ts regular monthly meet .... f th ir t'" 1 ithe month at 7"45 p m leffrts to make the coming event a. catcher for the Yanks baseball team -~exm~anc sp~r~ o e you nlu " " " I Throu h the ki " " ursdav ~ ........... . . . .... Confessions ~most successful one. g ndness of the presb in the Amemcan Lea ue. Dieke h "' rtprn 4Lfl, a~ Z'~u,. m sentiments, towald" the ln~ of ~neir " A ml" th will' den~ of the Colle e 1" g Y eel l Monday, p 28 , be a gala. g , Mons gnor Me- la ed at the Colle~ i parlors, 503 East Sixth school fla~ that was to be henceforth Confessions are heard every Sat- . ......... ~ ....... , p Y ~e n the yea~ o ~ ......... aay in ~ne annals oi ~ne Aid Society i ran ~ne memoers oI ~ne specml cam- 1924-25 and is favorably remem~ ]the emblem under which they were to uruay, the eve oI nmyuays ana on this year l mittee selected to conduct this cam-tbered by the member-s of the team . -- J~ .... i,h~ i-over,~thin~ ~ertainin~ I the Thursday before the First Fri-, " ." I . . ,. I AI*- - ~ ........... ~ ~ ~ ~" ~ ~ j Circle No 5. ~palgn were the guests at a aeii ht- which re resented th " ~r ~ocmty of St Edward's]to their education ~ros~erit- and lday item 4 to 6 and from 7:15 to, , ...... -. .. ; .... g , p e College m that Will-~ ...... I '~" v ~, ~ : ........ t Circle ~o. o, russ ~mrence uash, !iu~ mncneon, year. st-v a cam parEy on Ene happiness ,~:6o p. m. Uonlessions are also neara . . . 0n and ..... :-- ^, ~xr^~_~ [ " ] ............ chairman, will meet m the Cathedral l The luncheon, which was prenaredt "Pete" Merloni on~ -~ ~.~ ~.~* ~# ~.=.tlls ~ ,, ~u.co- oexoro line oany lvlasses ann Deiore , , ~ , - -~- ~,,~ ~o-, ~, ay 7t Rev. Joseph H. Haarmann, S.V. . Rectory on Wednesday, April 2nd, at~by the Olivetan Benedictin i s ., t~ h, at the homeof Mrs. In .,oo~.. ,~ ~+ a ...... +;,,~, ...... A the Low Masses on Sunday morn- . ........ ~ .... e S ster ,that the best football player ever ,mold, Park Hill I .... v ............s- ........ v~-~-:lin~ ~:~o p. m. A mrge a~tenaance o~,unuer ~ne very capable direction of wear the Eagle colors, is back in the }the day with the private ceremony oi ~ the members of this cnc" -~ , , " " "" le is expect-iS'ster Antonio, O. S. B., in charge city after a ver successful ' 1 k a Weekday Masses. I .... Y se~on e No 4 ......... ~.;~ ]Mass and prayers at 9.00 o c oc " I ~ , . . . . ,ed as plans will then be outlined for of the dmtechc department at the tin the North ~n-~ ~o~+ "P~" ~ ~_ , ~a~nearal 2~la ~,~,~-~m attended by more than 100 chil-I masses are celeora~ea every weeK-., . ; .. I ...... I - ~ ......... , ~ ' meet o+ ,~^ ~ ...... ~ ,~__ I " " I .,~.. _+ o,~ ~ o ,,. l~ne wor~ oi ~ne year. uonege, was a~enaed by twenty' we have been informed, mona ed, and ~ ~,,~ .~.,c o~ m~. dren . uay a ............. 11 win i " " I . . g Leas, 410 Cross street Men I " Church of Our Lad'- ef the Hob" I The fo o g s a hst of commit- [ members of the committee. Among i Played with a professional football ~reh 81. at 2 .qo ~ 1~ ~ J The public flag raising features [ ~^..w. ~ " 'tees and activities of Circle No. 4, the newcomers at the meeting were Iteam this ast season and as m e~ were scheduled for 11 o clock a m I Aid s exuectt~l ] I " Cathedral Society, for the year Dr. Torrentine and Mr John Prunis- lv th~ c~ ,~h,~,, ,,~+~,, ~..o ,~ - [m the school yard. They began] Mass every Sunday at 8 a m '1980 ki both of North L~ttle " " I " ................... ........ " " t : t ' " necK. . football shoes, carried off most of ~- - ]with the formation of the school] Confessions on Sunday morning Chairman, Mrs F E Hurrle" firstI At the conclusion of the re I " ",Smbe , . . , , past Dr. the honors. are~ ers .of St. EdwardS]children supervmed by the Ven. Sm-!for one-half hour before the Mass, vice-chairman, Mrs. J. J. Keller; sec- W. F. Smith, chairman of the newlyt A ....... ~ v-~parmg tar a May xes- ,ters Inviolata and Susanna, S Sp S, ]and on the eve of Holydays and the o-~ ,,;-~ chairm-n M.~ x~ ,~ ~, ..... ~ _,u~^,:_ ~ .... nether Pete --Hedges thin tim~ ~e hel~ ~- *~-- _~^^i t " " " ~ ........ - ..... - - , ......~. ~. ~. , ~-,,,~ ~m~rc .Doara, assumeu, has lately entered the em~lo-~ ,,~ *~- % the ~-~.'". ~"~ ~c"v:[The first note of jubilation came I r~rs~ ~moay at 6:1o p.m. i Hanan; secretary-treasurer, Mrs Bur-]charge of the meetin~ A re~,ort ofI ...... --~ ~. ~ -~.Y.':~ ua~eto oe announcea ..... - - "" -~ ~ ~-- Lente " votions ~ ..... ,.. e. e Inonm ~nsurance bompany ox Llggle i xrom ~ne scnoot Dana, 4:llreci.e~l uyl n ~se . nie V:lliott ~ne variou ~ -" - - - t s ~eams wnicn nave Deen,Rock',,pe,^,,....,,u^-.~.^.-,..,_,,, e i:; o i ladies O~Counse1 Parish ; at StP:Cc~thL:d::ln DesV::lc;:ys, w:dh:Isd-! The first MA::~aym:; the month SwO2~ci~ihn: ffi~So:2:r thf CbumslP.::sg~s' ~e:oh~a: t^ -. " ]keys. " " g - da~ and Friday evenings at 7:45 Cathedral Aid meeting in the after- When all had been made it was found ] . . e ,, . t~elr a ' I ," ~ position. If Pete sells insurance rdv-rry'~ onnnualth afEasterr Men- prise of the day to have. the llttlen I o clock. Inan' and buffet supper at night, i that but a very small amount was as well as he played football at Lit-" e te noon of tots bu le and dlum their compa 'lot i t g " " I On Sunday and Wednesday eve-. Second Monday Card party, t needed to secure the total sum aimed I tle Rock College his success is at~ lhop ls~rthelr parish hall, 9thjmns m marshal notes from the rec-lnings the devotions consist of the 1 Third 1Vfonday--Luncheorr and sew-!at when the campaign began. It was I sured ~' eels. tory porch to the flagstaff, recitation of the Rosary, a Sermon ins party, the general consensus of all present re~--, -- ' ' ] As the procession passed by the land Benediction of the Most Blessed t Fourth Monday--Current events of ~that this would be reached in a very I FIRE CAUSES 43 000 LOSS ,y ~hmr monthly card party I front of the parsonage, it was joined [ Sacrament. I the Catholic world. I short time, and that an even larger I EVERY' r~,v ~ v~.~ "'~ indies of St Edward's by His Honor the Mayor of the city, . . t ~ ..... "~''~ Mll be ...... " ] ' . .... I On Friday evenings the devotionsl Publtc,ty Committee. t sum would be obtained before the ] ,~1 'Tueaem :[or tne month of ]escorted by Father ~aarn.)ann; :hen]consist of The Way of the Cross, fol-I Chairman, Mrs. A. J. Heyden; Mrs Icmmittee had finished with its work. I It is said that an- nation is as . ~ay, April zzna. A IOllowea very ~ev. Monsignor ~. o. I The name ~Vitati ......... [ ........ , ~ :. flowed by Bened~ctmn of the Most Chas. Gaunt, Mrs. A. N. Famuler, I s of several candidates[strata, as the homes within ~, hmm un is extenaea ~o all I veoples, rec~or o~ ~. oonn s ~emm-I~, . L i~- -- ~ ~ - i who ~---- ~---, , ~- - , o .............. " - l ary, and Rev George H McDermott;I messe~ ~acrament. ,urs. ~L. o.. ~.ennausen ]the "a;~i ,,anueu m rne~ name.s ~ortdaries. Fire, then, strikes at the very Cat - - I_ .. " ~.. ~, ,, ,~ . I Church of Our Lady of the Holy I ~ntertamment ~on~mittee. j pea ~ on o~ coacn or ~ne ~agles ~^_r, ^ ^ .... :~.. -~_ :,. ........ "~ral Aid Sealer will14evs. luaurus ~onner, u. ~. D., an~, ~ f . I,:~" ~ ~. ~,,~,u~ w.c, ~ cau~c~ ~r a~ Y ........ I Souls [ Chairman, Mrs F. J Woltman; t el next year were presented for th~ loss of over ~4 .......... :s ~;r~;al2~:~t2"30rdi:a;h~eY C::~ard eK~n:7'=r/thl A~d:::~:: WSpecml Lentenyasses on Monday, MM::. ~tJ{1KeBll;:ckMrS. Charles Franz, :t;~de~=dona :~ theta~;:e~:lcu:O= Jithrough care,le:~:::sa2at~ l~:~ch:: l~,. ,~, - " I_. c. .......... e nes~ay an~ rmaay mornings a~ . 1 u - :and smokes The ational o ~"- -rob. Mrs. J. L. Ken- ] Messrs. w. A. rmney, acmes ~uano- I ~.~n ^,.~^., Wele hone Committee I was held ~n which the res ective~ . . N . B ard ~aeral i " f ublic im rove- " ............ ~ . " . P ~of F~re Underwriters points ant that ~ill ~.- chmrman. The com-lney,.comm~oner o .P .P . t t- ....... t . ..... ...... ] Chairman, Mrs. IhcksMallory;Misslmerlts of several of them were con-'~ +~+~ w. ~oo~ ;..~+ ..... ~...~.~. .~e announced later jmen~s, u'. 19. nu~cnms, con~rac~m,sl n..=:=~":~'~=~.".'~=.:::,'":~'T~.., IAgnes Halliburton, Mrs. Murphy An-tsidered. No definite action on this~.~v ~'.~'. ~.~.; ~:: ""..=~:~ ::;^~'~=~ )l* ~..~/~~ j wnas. ~ y . ~. " . .... I ...... ;,., ......... , ~..,^., ....... drews, Mrs. Frank Ginocchio. Mrs I matter was taken at th~s meeting, {,.. ~. ~o~. nnn OUOTH'S IRISH I fred Frederic, ana ~elnar~ ~anoo~pn i~ ~, ....... -~ .............x,-o,,s ~s .............. , "l as it ..... ~'~ ~-~ ~' .... I~ ........... .^. or the lastsurviving I eight little girls dressed " " ' ] : [ ......... :" ~ " "-- " l tion will ~^ -: ........ " - "tMatches are thrown away carelessly uI t " ' W " ' 1 ~.urren~ r~ven~s u.ommtttee. -~ an.ouneeu in Ene Ewe .... he car m the folded banner at arm s[ ednesday, March 5th, Man s 1 gallant Irish Volun- ry g - " dail . . without being completely extinguish- of .................. ndin- feature in I Destinv" Rev James G Evans 1 Chmrman, Mrs. Harry Meyers; Mrs I y papers. Credit was also given ! ........ ~ne len ~n 2~n euboea ~ , -' ' " ea "I'D, ' " , Iirs~unks of l g ...... b h " I ey are ngntea wnere conu~- lrffant- ........ a cinated all those { Sunda-" March 9th "Life" " g.R. Landmark, Mrs. Fred Snodgrass, ] Y t e general committee to the Ar-, .... ,_ ry to go out garbed in neea ma~ guide I s . y, , --Key. ,,. ,...;~ A..;.~ [1~,,~- o~_^~_ __~ .,_ . , ,tlons are uangerous--wnere explos- . the war between the]present On the other s~de of the lLawrence O Neff. , / . . ive fumes may De" present," or near nl the - " ' ~ e ,, Rummage Collection Committee Democrat for the splendid pubhc~ty ,., death here last week[ flagpole stood Hm Honor, the Clergy,] ,Vedn sday, March 12th, The I _. " I ........ a uile of ,a,ers or rubbish They are "~ ~ ,, 1 Chairman, Mrs Fred McDonald; wmen nas neen g~ven ~ne campaign. - - ~. " - ~ ' ~Ynihan, after a brief and the mwted guests. Eternal Questmn Rt. Rev. John P.. . " . - [ .......... ioften kept w~thin reach of young ehiL tte ~ ..... I ........... ~:-~-- ~ ;, n ~v~rs. M Biltz, Mrs walter Keller. I~nus Iar. ~o~n oI ~nese papers navel ' . . . t{o,~_ .". as 8~ years ore. I The ceremony star~e~ with ~ne Ir*~n~r' ~ ..... ;~r~ ~,,'~.:. ~,,:^** " ' " t ho,n ~-~.~,~m,, ~;,,~ :,, +h~ ,~*+~.. 'dren or in cardboaru ooxes instead of d - n was born m Ire-[song, America the Beautiful, sungI Sunday, March 16th, The Tempta-, ......... ] -ivin .... *^ ...... " .... m metal or earthenware contamera ~a to Augusta 72 years lby the school .children. Father Hoar-lhon"--Rev. Thomas Costello ~ Chai ......... the ,committee is a--reciative ! The hazard from smokes devel- Waa a " " " of " ,, I rman, ~vrs. r~. u. r~. nanen; vv . I--, member of the parish]mann gave a pleasing mtroduchon I Wednesday, March 19th, The Mrs ............ I The meetin- was an unusuall- -'n lops when they are thrown away with- ~Ya-o . . . ,, A. ~. l~aKer, ivlrs, h.a~e llling,) ~ y ~ - _ n-the-Hill. He m sur- ]Mayor Lawhon rand m part he said. Great Leader --Rev. George Corns ~ ............. iterestin~ and "-e .... ), ~ .... ~ . .n {out being carefully extinguishedh ~ae ,, i . ..... ~1. ~. ~ennausen, ~urs. nerDer~ ,, v vv~ -,,~ ~,1~ wm . . t~ daughter, Mms Mary] We assembled here at an early! Sunday, March 23rd, "Love's Mes- Levoek M;oo a ....w~+~ [be nroductive of ~nl~n~{,~ ..... ~+, Iwhen they are thrown m piles of ' ~ather James A Kane, hour of the day to solemnize an lsage"--Rev Josenh G ~ ....~'~;" ,i- ..--': ......... ~ ............ t... - . . -" ....... ~ ...... I ner or rubbish or when the .... 0ffic;~.. ' [ ........ ! _ . ." ..... s ....... l tArcle No. 2,Mrs. C. C. Walker, Ime nex~ meeting will be called at 1~ , . . ' .... ~ ~'= -~e~l at the Reqmem even~ ox unusual enaracter. ~t AU- Wednesday, March 26th, "The Ideal ~-~^i .......... I the re-uest of th~ ^~^: .... ~,_ I smoKea wnere conuiuons are aange~- '----~-'--'- -~--1 -hall be -laced un I .... ,, .. ~ c,~, rman, nelaa very Interesting "~ ~ ~u~rman, ~r. gu~b~n~ s ocnoo ~ p " oI l~lie ---l~evda ~ ous. i~~ der the patronage of the emblem of Ph.D. . mes P. Gaffney, lmeeting at ~the home of Mms Janet i Smith. [ ~ , .... . ._ '~olJ. ~,e~,~,~ .... ~ ....... +,,, ~h~ .qt~r Shank, led I ....... ~e~th,2200 Broadway, last Friday, The Library Campaign [ ~ven wnen an classes oi proper~lt , -~,o.~o ,,, ,~,, ........ ~, ....... ~unaay, March 30th "The Le ac " It , g .~ with are conmdered, the careless us~ of IJILr~ ............ ] ~ ...... * *~'^ "~*ion The ,~resence [ .............. . a largeattendanceof members These are the days of campaigns [ . . _ . MOTHER-HOUSE of the Mayor of our beloved city is mers " present. 2he meeting on Friday of The one for the Library is still run-!match~s and smoking matermls m the ,, ]nnrf.leulnrlv ~at~emed since we rec-[ _.'_ I this week will be held at the home]ning along and is meeting with excel- largest single cause of fire in Ameri- : #---- ...... - -- - [ wednesday, April 2nd, "The Mercy of M,s lent results Thro ca In 1928 it was responsible.for a " {3 W ...... ]~--iz^ in His Honor the very rep- - l . A. E Harris, 1616 Broad- ugh the interest of " " y " x~. z~ews ~erwce~ ~gn ~ i of God " " ' " " ~rk, March 18 Permission resentative of our Government and . %, --Rev. Edward J. Yeager. Iway. I the Rev. Joseph M. Burns of the Col-iless of over $34,000,000. Thin m With the construction o~lthe head of ~ur city Mayor Lawhon I..,~un~aYLApril 6th, The Prayer of/ Circle No. 7, Mrs. L. H. Clawson, [lege faculty, the local Council of reason enough ~or eautinoing A.mer- ~ t~nms~ Rev ease h J GaIla her ha,rn the Km hts of icons to be careful w~thout menho~- :eat Moth~.~ ..... ;, h~ I has contributed by his friendly ~o-I .... ~" " P g lc " ion, met this week in the Vestry / "g Columbus has kindly ! " th "" ' t weanesday, April 12th, "The Lave'ofh , and ene~ousl mg the fact that our total annual fire at fn,,~ ~.~n~: ~'~:]oneration in the past very much to e Cathedral on Tuesday at 2I g " y donated a large num-I ........... ~, ..... - ~ofCh" " ~te rmt Very Rev Ms r James m ber of books t loss from all causes amounts to about d b ..... ............. ~^_ Ithe welfare and fame of our school, i -- ' g P. Plans for activities after Lent o the College Library I t h.e Maryknoll Sisters, Whose ! I, as principal of this educatmnal in- .Moran, LL. D. ]were discussed and interest in the Fr. Burns, who is also the popular $500,000,000 annually. ~Xtle is th~ ~-~-;--- ~;oo~',-Istitution, express, therefore, our] Cathedral Aid Society. coming party of the Aid Society was chaplain of the local Council, K. of ,- ,.~ St. Dominic~ ~"'~ ............ I heartfelt thanks to Hm" Honor in the I Tb.e. main feature of the post-Len- aroused' This' clr" cle, always a lead- C., was instrumental in securing these 'CONVERT WHO SERVED ~arYknoll .~i~/'~ h~,,~ h~,, ]name of our teachers and pupils as lten season in the Cathedral Aid So-~er in promoting activities which are books for the Library. He went to~ CONFEDERACYAND WAS l~seattered*'f;a'm% "h%ule:~onlwell as their parents. Moreover, we'ciety will be the monster card "party 'i both social and financial successes, is the meeting of the Council, present- A NUN 58 YEARS, DIF~ l~da of .......... I promise that Mayor Lawhon shall be to be held in the Woman's Club, I very active this ,,ear and has out ed the matter to the members and l ~ne ua~nolle ~orelgn Fern I ~ ' - .~eietv o~ ^_^~;...~ ~ .... t always close to our hearts, and have"th and Scott streets, on Monday, hned a splendid program for each of was rewarded for his efforts by fa- 1 (By N C W C News Service) d April 28th In vmw of the fact hat th mee volable achon on the art of the I"-Y" While their con~re~a-o o ]our praise, in word and dee .. . t ~ e tings held. " P Columbia, S. C., March 21.---Ma- ~ot~nde~l ,,,;.~,~u., +~ - .... ~ I Children of St Augustine's, these this will probably be one of the larg- I C3rcle No 1 Mrs Brodie chair- Council. We are naturally very'.dame I~natia Dennison who was con- ~hea of th- ~t .... ~noll Fath-lore the sentiments which I wish to eat attended parties of the year, Mrs. !man, held a largely attended and a ~rateful to the local Coun,cil of the lverted to the Faith in 1871 and wM has been un"to~t'he present implant and foster in your hearts, Jehn L. K:enney, chairman of the !very interesting meeting on Tuesday ](nights of Columbus. They have for fifty-eight years a member of the el~dent ~ ,~^ ~--^~^---~ent the senhments of true patrmhsm and ~eneral committee in charge of the of last week at the home of Mrs always responded to our appeals, and Ursuline Order in the convent, died ~oI1 So~ety~"i~ ~s=se;a;ate gratitude. For this reason I beg you, event, is matting unusual efforts to Steplock, North Jackson street This m th~s instance they were not found last week. - ~o~, both ecclesiasticall- pray to the Lord God that He pre- assure the comfort of every person~circlo has many activities planned wanting. It would he a fine thingi ~ r .... ," ....... ~ ~,~ ~hn,~,,,! lly; andM .... k-~ll Sisters serve strong m you those two wrtues: who attends. T~ckets to the number among which is the Raviola Sale to if all of the Councils m the state!~,, +~,,~ ,,~;~o ~ ~m,~ ~,~+h ~d -*~ -~ " " " " o * we ] " ~ ..... v ........................ her Y Patrlohsm and Grahtude f one thousand hav e u d tak W e alread been b held thin ~- e the same amount of m . orking under Ordinar- - '" Y. . "" pre~ent week. Interest " " nn,.~ h~ ~+h,~ ),,,;~ ,, ~,~,,,- ;,,, e not Marvknollers I After th~s introductory speech the dmtmbuted among the members of m the coming card party of the Aid terest m their own Diocesan institu- +~ ~r~;~ ~ - ."fir ~" " . , eV ~ ~ ,, + . . ~ . . . . ~,,~ ,~,.,:~ ~a~es army s~;a~lonea en etopme~, ^, ,~^ ^~^rican]children sang, There Are Many .,be Cathedral A~d Society and to the Sectary is also very evident amon~ tlon as has the L~ttle Rock Council, ~ . . ra " Fa h r Haa mann h ' ' ~ ~. ..... t e Nebraska Indmn R servatmn. issi~ ....... i Flags t e r t en tookparishioners of the Cathedral an~ ~d- ithe mere). ..... ,~ +),;~ ~,,~,~ r~. oI ~. ~ ~. .... . ~ "** Sls~ernooa has oeen me Iamll 1 d - "" "ram th irlsand w't- "he " ~" ~ ................. , y ater moved to Richmon& by ~h~ ~^. _, ~_ ~ .... t~ I the. ~lag ~ e g , . n t ~ance reports indicate an unusually I Ftrst Commumon Class. The Pharmacy Social IAftel~ the parents' death, M~ne. Igna- tou -"~ "~ u~. a. a~ ~ assmtance of Messrs Fr~derm and lar e 1 se Its members num ] " g sa e. Each c~rc]e m the Aid] The children of the Cathedral par- Under the direction of Prof Mas- tia, then Miss Anne Dennison s~ ~ese " "iRandolph it was unfolded, attached, Society has led e " I'h " " ' -, _ nt nearly four therefore, I ........... . . p g d to dmpose of one im who are of an age to receive then" Iowsh of the Pharmacy School, a cured a position in the Treasury De- ece one romeo aio~ ~o remain oreeze hundred tinkerseach,and a lar e F~rst Hal Commumon be an then very leasant and i Salty, which cannot long t " " g ' ' Y " g "" P enjo-able social ........ ~-'~- " .... - . - ~ , ~ par~men~ .oI ~ne uon~eaerac . ~ne ~erred ]waved, ever wafting ~s msson o~ committee will dispose of the remain- } instructions this week Instructions was given by the Pharmac- class ............. Y- -' s call unto the lo a , # ~ sang m ~ne cnolr oI ~rm~y enurcth freedom and it y 1-ing three hundred [ are being given at the Cathedral in the ballroom of the Marion Hotel and became a favorite With all she ~dit.. W .uninc . Socialmvement'Act l"onWhlChDe . [ ty Wither the. ........ thePep]e" _,,Old Glory-" " Mien I'ellnign" " heldLaSta meetmWeek" gthewlth'cmmitteeM~s'. Kenne~n p riZeSpre, t FridaysSChl Onat 4Mndap. m .Y' Wednesda y and pelhan . St.p sPatrick'Sone of DatheY leveninargestg'attendedIt was met_on.. ............ ' s l~us~: . . l came ~ne vo~e o~ lli~l;less a a ....... ~.. _~ ........ approacn OI ~nerman s am? rang, is snowing no- t ........ cca i ,' ~l~ll~R OF CARDINAL a~xa~rs oi ]~s Kma ever to nave ~een she ieturne~ ----'~ -'~- - ~- ~'-'-'--- --~ in . . ~lsner memoranzmg ~ne o s on . l ' u w,vn o~neru ~u x~mnmuna) Catholic parmhes, es- . ........... voice and felt that it was;-~^^~) DOUGHERTY SUCCUMBS held by the Pharmacy School, and ._~ .................. n~" I witn ~ne poem ""Lne Irlower el ~loer- . , ,,,,,~,, f- wIlere assoela~lons ~rl~n uat/lOlleS zddle western clhes.. ,, ........ , . . their father s voice The teachers I IN PHILADELPHIA prayed to be both a socml and flnan- _ . ......... ar gy This little girl s surprising " , . soon ~ea ner to seek memDersmp 11 e being formed and " . ....... too, heard it as the voice of ~ ~^~-I Philadelnhia March 2~ M~ cml success. Those Pharmacy young bein .... voice, gestures, an~ m~lec~lon maue ........ -. .... I.... ~ .......... . . . _ " the Church. In 1867 she ente~:ed the g pmnne~l. rney are . . , ......... ~ ana helpful ~rlena I ua~nerine McCormick, sister of His men can cermm~y make a success ,~ .... ,. .~ .. '.. . . - nne t~onven~ nere as a osrutan~ ever one oi her ns~eners open anu . , . - wrsu anti usury and pro broth Y The closing mumcal num Eminence Denm of anything they attempt, and we P zlti " - raise his eyes to the flag which she "A . ,, . ber was . . "s Cardinal Dougher- . ......... ons .......... menca, sung oy the ch;ldren ~y, Archbishon of Philadel-hia died congratum~e ~nem on ~nis retest yen- so sweetly ana eloquently aaaresse~. "-- " " " ' - + ,11 ~, ; .... ]" " " ression -he chil ~mry OI 2lag Day at ~t Au- nuru ~as~ weeK m ~ne ~useracorum In fu I one ana exp - , " " . old world castle, carved above the | |t]~| ~ D~.I~ .~,, +h ...... +I"" "Star S-an~ded gustme s School has now been told, Hospital after an illness of several The Aqmla ......... ............... s .... ~ ~ and . . . ga~e, emDlazonea on me coors, wov- !1~| 1 1 L~s l~bl~Banner." the p~ctures shall reinforce the weeks. The pictures of the two leading" en rote" the tapestr~'es, engraved up.- and imporLant men in the production of this year's Annual, The Aquila, ap- peared in both of the local Sunday papers a week ago. Messrs. Thomas Corcoran of Nashville, Tenn., the edi- tor of the production, and George Hoppe of Little Reck, the business manager, had this distinction given them. A very good story also accom- . memory of the occasion surprising in ] Mrs. McCormick received the Last Mayor Lawhon's Speech its many excellent features I Sacraments from the hands of the SING AT ST. In his address Mayor Lawhon cer- Father Haarmann and the Sisters Rev. Daniel I. McGettigan. Fully USTINE,S SCHOOL tainly arose to the occasion. The Inviolata and Susanna are esnecially conscious to the end, she was sur- NORTH LITTLE ROCK flag was on high, and so high at grateful to all who cooperated in any rounded by her children and rela- ~t of St. Joseph at St. Au-~that moment, that His 'Honor ira- way for the grand success of the rives. Among those present at the Chool also proved to be a parted his feelings to the audience day, particularly so to the ~ity of- bedside was Msgr. Hugh L. Lamb, Pertwo days our ~hildren in a well voiced and adeouate note of ficia]s of Nortla Little Rock, to the Chancellor of the Philadelphia Arch- ~ed.ingly anxious regarding gladness and gratitude for this hap- visiting clergy, and the many ~uests diocese. COnditions Clouds with ,py went. As the Mayor of the present o'n this auspicious celebra.[fro?eher late home here. funeral took place last Friday g in a measure their city, the children listened to his tion. % on the suits of armor, is the motto of its ancient lords. It reads, in French, "Plus est en vaus." which translated into English means "There is more in you." Infinite rescureea and possibilities within you are ing to be utilized--sufficient to give you a distinguished place in the~ worM "There is more iwyou." firm that over and over.ta panied the pictures. From advance until you have realiz information we understand that theSelected"