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PAGE SIX THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 29, 1930 i~/IDT ~MNTU ney Barry; three sisters, Mrs• Eila'member thinks of his organization against the onslaught of time and lWinona Epps; two stri al HISSlON HOUSE l'U~l OlI~]lll Kelly, Mrs. J. J. Grace and Mrs• Arch and what he does towards building it the elements, trailer; one stripe, Mart FEAST OF ST BENEDICT, [Greelee, and eleven grandchildren• up. Without new members coming l Not until the Church of Christ IKathryn Hart, Aileen R~ )~ in regularly, an organization remains was built upon the rock, with Peter'garet Briscol, Gertrude Vogler! ACTIVITIES .... -=- ...... o~, o~ ~,ss ~o~T where it stands, or goes backwards. ! as its head, was it given to man, an zana Hart and Ruth Finley; the rounaer of the ~enedlctlne uraer, - , l HANSON Therefor~ lets get after ourselves institution destined to last till the ter "M" signifying business man~ Observed at :~t. Boniface s s;hMary Immaculate' H-°x',e- :hh,td:l;~iv~a~Sd:y~::thY :::n Church I After a tedious illness of one year, and put our good will to work and end of time. Not till the prophecy Evelyn Tare. the beautiful soul of Miss Margaret bring in that application we had in of Mala,chias was fulfilled, that Mr. Toni Newton, whose dau$ i p e~ ~. ~onnace s t~auren, wnlen 3ely Communion will be distributed ..... ~ ...... Bhanson passed to its early reward mind. You are doing your friend from the rising of the Sun till the is captain-elect for 1931, and ............ on Saturday morning Miss tIansonand applicant a big, or rather a tre- going down thereof, a clean obliga-t Joseph Roe were called upo~ at 7 a. m•, with low Mass at 9 a. m. ~nas since l~S es~a~)nsnmen~ veen in . • • was m her 24th year and was the mendous, favor, when you sign him tion would be offered, was man priv- talks and responded very gracl01 Sunday evening devotions at q:30, t charge of the Benedictine Fathers, • only child of Mr and Mrs R E Han- with Stations of the Cross on Friday the feast of their founder, the Great .... up for membership in the Knights of ileged, through the instrumentality They congratulated the players ....... me son. She was born in Toledo, Ohio, Columbus. You are doing something of a priesthood, to participate in a commended all who supported ~. rJenea~c~, was sommmy corn - , ' team in this, their most succ nightMassatsunday7:30 ........... at St. Fidelis, Bates- moratea on ~rmay, ~ne zis~. ana came to Fort Smith with her for him, which will bring to him and work, so enduring, so effective, season. Great things" were prop~ ville, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1he .... riign" luass'" was at 8 o'clock .... parents four years ago. She was a_ also to yourself a rich harvest of This is our heritage. We havefor next year's team, of ........... er mmn~ea musician and a graduate of spiritualand material compensa- been selected as practical Catholics, John P• Cargill at 8 a. m. The Way wkn ~ne pastor, ~ev. ~a~ner ~'e~ ...... J~arnard College, New York Gertrude Vogler was appointed ' ~f the Cross will be conducted after IPost, O. S. B., as cmenran~; ~ne ~ev. • tions. That new member will again our Order in the state has undertak- the Mass. An indulgence crucifix John F. McBarron was deacon and Funeral services were held at go out and bring in new applicants en to raise a burse of $5,000 for the I hess manager. At the annual ........... Christ King Church Saturday at 11and so it will go on indefinitely for education, in perpetuity, of young captain with Kathryn Hart sul will be used for this purpose, l~ev. lvi. J. l~or~on suD-oeacon, lne , I quet Evelyfi Newton was e -:~ -~^- *~- ...... i ....... r~nd..r^d o clock, the pastor, Rev. John F Mc- the good of the Knights of Colum- men for the priesthood. Will Texar- Hoxie 1"- *~'~ ~"" -h^ir Th"~ Jar~'~ con-re Barren, offlcmtmg for the requiembus to bring good Catholic men, i kana fail~ I tain• • . • rngn ~ass ~er remains, accompa-young and old, to rally around thei The Committee Art Exhibit fro.m the Unive~ , Mary Immaculate School opened Igatmn m attendance completely filled , , , " on the Feast of St. Joseph with all .. church and ]nan a roached the niea ny her parents, were taken late standard of our great order. WhatI " A splendid exhibit of work the Catholic children of the parish in ~ne y pp ~" " Table Saturday afternoon to Toledo forour Order does for our Holy Moth-I~./,~||~||][~. by the Art students at the I: attendance and a number of non- ~o~y . . . . A special pmwlegeof the plenary Catholics, Reverend Mother .M• W~I( . . . nurlal• er, the Church, and Her institutions, [ r.db[IU~.~ r~Jl~| ~r~ sity of Arkansas has been on i indulgence, "tortes queries," was ex- ~ is clearly demonstrated in every dayI at the Mount for a week beg burgh, O. S. B., Prioress ot rio y life. Our Holy Father himself, Pope [ MflUNT Friday, March 21st. Angels Convent has assigned Vene- tended to all who would visit the ~y~, Plus XI has imparted the Apostolic ava~,~ a table, Sisters M. Igantia, O. S. B., church during the day and evening, "" ...... • blessing to the Knights of ColumbusI ADALBERT KRSAK, SLAV and Sr. M. Anna, O. S. B., to the and this blessing was sought not on several o,ccasiens and in his own1Honor Sweaters Awat'ded PHILANTHROPIST Missions School. With the opening only by the parshioners of St. Bert- The birthday of Mr. Eugene J. words conveys "to the Knights ofI On Thursday evening, at St. of this school Mary Immaculate Mis- face's, but also by the members of Badinelli each year is an occasiort of Columbus in his name his keen pleas- IMary's Gymnasium, the Academy (By N. C. W. C. News Sere sion District now has two schools the other congregations, many and unusual .celebration among his inti- frequent visits being made to the mate friends of old. Before being ure and fatherly wishes that the ac-"cagers played the final game of the San Francis co, March 2 within its confines• Blessed Sacrament. called home by Almighty God, Mrs. tivities of this beloved and well de- season. The first quarter was an quiem Mass was celebrated tion of the Most Blessed Sacrament is always given at the close of the Mass. The regular attendance num- bers around forty e~ch visitation and there are usually several tourists in attendance. Two weeks ago a visitor was there and since that time they hav~ again returned to a large city, where there are plenty of Newport Mass was celebrated Sunday at St. Badinelliof Mr• celebrated the anniversary John's, Newport.The Way of the OBITUARY Badinelli's natal day each year by entertaining the friends of Cross has been conducted there each DEATHS OF PROMINENT ]Mr. Badinelli and treating them to a Sunday on our visits there during CITIZENS OP PORT SMITH Isumptu°us and appetizing macaroni Lent. An indulgenced crucifix has 'dinner• • been used for that purpose. Benedic- The sudden death of Mr. Antonio Th~ Omnipotent God has taken many of these old friends away and Marre, well known business man, was a surprise to all his friends and a.c- Mrs. Badinelli, too, has been called quaintancesFas he was apparently in to her reward• Nevertheless, this ! the best of health• His death oc- custom of celebrating the birthday curred at his home, following just a of Mr. Badinel!i, the grand old man few hours' illness on Saturday, the of this section, must be continued in 15th, and his funeral services were spite of all obstacles. held at the Immaculate Conception Since the death of the beloved Mrs. on the following Tuesday, the Right Badinelli, Mrs. Elizabeth Collins has I Rev. Monsignor Horan, D. D., offici- transferred this annual event to her ating. He was buried in Calvary ceme- own home. Thursday, March 20th, Churches. We wish to quote from itery' the following acting as pail- found the few surviving friends of their letter in order that those more favorably situated tha nthe faithful beares: Gus Boehmer, W. H. A1- old seated together at a table on of Newport may appreciate better bright, Dominic Narisi, Sam B. Stev- which was served the usual aristo- the church they worship in: "There inson, Joe Mone, A. F. Delaloye, John cratic macaroni dinner. Among the was more devotion at Mass in the Guler, T. W. M. Boone, M. F. Bren- few survivors of the 80's in attend- Laundry that Sunday than there nan, Jake Narisi,David Botte and ance were the guest of honor, Mr. sometimes is in a rose windowed J" F. McGraw• Eugene J. Badinelli himself; Mr. Ike Ca~thedral. The Stations of the Cross Mr. Marre was born in Genoa, Block, Mrs. Julia Block, Mrs. Eliza- were said with as much fervor be-Italy, November, 1861. He came tobeth Collins, the hostess, and Miss fore the little Crucifix as if they the United States a.bout 1880. HeBernadine Hunheghe. were recited before sculptured mas- lived for a short time in ChicagoEspecially picturesque and impres- ~terpieces. I shall never forget that and Memphis before coming to Fortsive was the sight of the two old Mass in th~ Laundry. It taught meSmith. He was engaged in the con-"cronies," Mr. Badinelli with his 76 the meaning of Jesus meek and fectionery business sin,ce his arrival years and Mr. Ike Block, whose 80 humble of Heart. To see the Sacred here and was a very successful bust- years do not seem to oppress him. Host amid ttmse ironing boards and ness man. There they sat, these two old loyal steam rollers• How Our Lord hum- He was a member of the Immacu- friends for more than forty years bly comes down where a priest calls late Conception parish and a charter recalling past memories memories him! How. foolish it is while themember of the local council of the how long before the existence of Creator of the universe is humbleKnights of Columbus. By marriage Jonesboro, Paragould, Wynne, For- for man to be proud. It all showshe was related to some of Fort rest City and Marianna, when the the immeasurable love that God has Smith's prominent families, his wife, only towns in Eastern Arkansas were • I for weak mankind." M~ss Mary Brun, being a sister ofWittsburg, Harrisburg and Augusta. serving society, ever being inspired exhibition match with the first team by its n~ble traditions and holy pur- scoring 17 to 2 against the subs $ poses, may thro, ugh the friendly en-1 and second*team players. The line- couragement and the advice of the] up was changed after the first quart- American episcopacy, be more widely] er with Newton defeating Epps 33 diffused and bear greater fruit for to 11. the welfare of religion and country." After the game honor sweaters This alone should inspire us to get were awarded to the players who busy and do our part in this great work. Next regular meeting takes place Tuesday, April 1, at 8 o'clock p. m. An attendance prize of $8.00 is wait- ing for some lucky member, who at- tends this meetihg. At the last meeting a seven dollar prize was drawn for. Bro. Tschann's name was drawn, but.unfortunately he was not there to receive the money. At next Tuesday's meeting the delegates and alternates for the State Convention, May 12th and 13th, at Fort Smith. will be elected. It is the duty of each member to attend the next meeting and either be elected or cast his vote for the Brothers who. he thinks will properly represent the in- terests of Little Rock Council at the State Convention• Resolution of Respect In Memory of Brother Michael O'Dowd. Whreas, it has been deemed e~- pedient by the Great Lord and Mas- ter of us all, to withdraw from e~,r midst our well beloved Brother Michael O'Dowd, who departed i~om this life March 13, 1930, and Whereas, by the death of our Brother, Little Rock Council No. 812, Knights of Columbus, has sus- rained the loss of an exemplary Catholic, a zealous member and a church of the Most Holy Tuesday for Adalbert patriot, who died in this March 14. Krsak was widely known Americanization and act'Yvities among the Slavonic of California• He was born earned letters during the season just ended. The heavy dark blue jer- is now Czechoslovakia of seys in slip-over style bearing large ily, but because of his deep white emblems of the school were with the plain people and his awarded to twelve proud, happy stu- of oppressions he migrated dents. The requirements for re- ceiving sweaters, as formulated by bride to California, and :the athletic board, were discussed ~ reaching here was disinZ, and rules governing the wearing ofI father. He was instrumental sweaters were made clear to the new' ing large numbers of Slavonia~ honorees. ple to California and Those who received this highest of and settling them on farm la~t athletic honors, together with their distinguishing insignia are as fol- is survived by his widow a~ lows: Three stripes, ~Evelyn Newton;idaughter. two stripes and a captain's star, ! ! NO. 1 INGRAMS ............................................... Per bushel basket ........................................ NO. I YORKS-- 50 baskets or less ........................................... ARK Little Rock, Arkansas --- Phone 4-0157 --- Long Distance 129 Wonderful Trip to Ireland Tuckerman Mrs• Frank Doujack, Frank Brun and Everybody had their provisions and Ernest Joseph, the second son of Fire Chief Maurice Brun. other freight shipped from Memphis Worthy Knight; therefore, be it If planning a trip to Ireland this year, it will pay you tO Francis and Elizabeth Bauer answer-Besides these relatives, he is sur- Francist° the pOrtriverOf Wittsburg,when eo°n]ethetraSt" Resolved, that, while we bow in investigate our FIFTH ANNUAL ST. LOUIS IRISH EX- ed the summons of death on Wed- vived by two daughters, Miss Cecile r . P P v-submission to the will of our A1- nesday morning, March 13th. The ~arre ........... oI ~ne home, ana Mrs. tna~ae ~.eled for. miles .and. ....... miles via ...carts mighty Father, we do none the less, CURSION to dear old Erin. Party sails June 14th in the Dr. pronounced the cause as acute Virgil St Cloud Sacramento OaI . arawn ~y oxen ~o wll;~;sourg. ±here mourn the loss of our Brother, who modern, comfortable, cruising steamer "SCYTHIA." Mr. indigestion and heart trouble. He one son, Louis J'. Marre, Shre'veDort't, , they., met the boat, bought their pro- has been taken from us, and be it Owen J. Lenihan, our popular Assistant Manager, will retired the night before in apparent- La., and two grandsons, Raymond wsmns and other necessities, talked[urther once more be in charge of the party. Sail to Ireland with ly usual health with a slight com-Marre and James Malcom. with old acquaintances who, like Resolved, that this testimonial of a real Irishman, who KNOWS Ireland and who is an ex- plaint of not feeling well and as ~ themselves, had spent days, nay even condolence, duly signed and sealed, pericnced travel escort. weeks, behind slow oxen we~ding,be offered to" the family of our de- Get the facts ... Now . . . today about this never-to-be- dawn was breaking forth gave up his PASSING OF AN OLD POLITICAL their way a.cross the old militaryparted, as an expression of heartfelt forgotten excursion to the Emerald Isle, from your local. soul to Him who ha4 created it. LEADER road, traded their wares and re-sympathy ifi their deep affliction. He was born on Dec. 19, 1916, in Louis Bryant Barry, who for sixty turned home. steamship agent or direct from St. Paul's Parish, Pocahontas, receiv- years was a resident of Fort Smith, Resolution Committee, Would that we could have a photo- M.P. Martin, ing the Sacrament of Baptism onpassed away Friday morning after a CUNARDLINE I l.'15-;lTO|iveSt.,St.Lon|s, vlo, Christmas Day. His first Communion brief illness, fortified by the rites graph of these two, sitting together, G.P. Kordsmeier, was received on the 14th of June,of the church• He was in his 75th discussing the days of yore those Harry W. Elliott. 1925, during the First Mass to be)year and was th~ son of the late Dr. days of oxcarts, the time before the A spiritual bouquet of Masses will offered in Mary Immaculate Church-James Madison Barry and Sarah Bar- war, the yellow fever, the founding be offered for the repos~ of the soul Have the Protection of ' on the Sunday within the octave of ry. He was born in Lexington, Miss., and settlement of the towns and the of our Brother Michael O'Dowd at Corpus Christi, by the Rev. Fr. Peo-' and .came to Fort Smith with his par- establishment and growth of the his Parish Church, St. Ann's, at the many business houses of today. Yes, a Monahan Memorial l~les. At the time Our Right Rever- ents when 15 years of age. St. Joseph's Orphanage. Brother end Bishop dedicated the Church on Holding county and city offices for it was a grand sight, an education in O'Dowd, at his death was past 93 October 9, 1927, he received the many years, Mr. Barry was a leader itself, to listen to these boyhood rears old and was one of the oldest Above all a Memorial must be tut- friends now white with the weightif not the oldest fourth degree ing, The Guardian Memoria.~ a~ Sacrament of Confirmation from his in the Democratic party and was hands, well known here and also in Okla- I of years. These experiences and ad- Knight of Columbus in the United Monahan'a guarantee by a certificat~ IILKCK that they are perfect and latrinE. While the family live at Tucker- homa. His funeral was the largest, vice worth their weight in gold.States and Canada. See beautiful designs here. man they are regular in their attend- seen in Fort Smith in recent years• In addition to the above mentioned guests, Miss Effie Eckles and Father TEXARKANA, ance at Mass when it is offered at The municipal court and some of the Hemmen enjoyed this bounteous Members of St. Edwards Council MONAHAN & SON st. John's, Newport, and Ernest was county offices were closed during the always eager to serve the Mass funeral hour, while court attaches at- meal. Truly, Polonius' advice to I No 2650, Seldom did he attend Mass that hetended, the requiem Mass celebrated Laertes could barely overshadow the lKnights of Columbus• 41~-414 W. Markham ~t. did not receive the ~'acraments. and ['at the Immaculate Conceptmn" church words of w~sdom flowing from theI Back through the remotest anti- " ~ ~ ~ ~'~ ~ =~ s the Sunda- three by the Right Rev Monsi nor Hera l~ps of these valued citizens of Cross]_uity' even to times where history the last t'me wa :' Rel ~ • g n. county May God bless them and q • -. , at'ves and friends from several • " ........ fades rote mere conjectures, we can ,- days .before his death.- . .. I towns in Arkansas and Oklahoma me .. . trace evidence of Man s " pt gran~ ~nem gooa neal~n ~or many ' vain attem Low Mass was offered m ~ne] reyears _nepor~er _. came :tor theservices, asalsooffl "~-'- ' to build enduringly, to preserveef-[ S U "': family home at Tffckerman on ~'r~- "- ' , eers and employes of the Fort Smith ~ fe.ctiwely. day, the 14th, after which the re- " I{NICHT. I}P - Standing near the ruins of someI .0liege Offer, the : ,, and Western Railroad, from all m{~irts were taken to St Pare s " r th points Mr L B Barry, vice pres~ ............ ancient pagan temple, we marvel at/ Church, Pocahontas, wne e ey ,. . •~ .. " " " ~'- ~. .aen~; oI ,~ne road, is a son of the de ~||~|~ the ingenuity of a people, who int were received by the Rt Rev lvlsgr. _ • ' . ceased The floral offerings sent in some inexplicable manner, placed in] Froitzheim, V, F. who pronouncea1 -: .... ~ympathy numbered 500 and repre position the gigantic monolithic pil-' WSV, ,! ASSICAL COURSE the last ritesInterment was in • "~ " 1 . I seated handsome pieces in addition to LITTLE ROCK C I lows and large capstones family lot in the ~eme~ery c ose by. [._ , OUNC L NO. 812 " . . in the " ...... U~e' simpler ones of relatives and in [ Picture to ourselves,the hard A large cortege ox ~riends escor~eal ..... - -. ~ , uma~e ~riends " the remains from Tuckerman, among t ' " Remember the date for the big taskmasters of the Pharoes, as they HIGH "9L DEPARTMENT. the number being all Of his class[ Burial was in Calvary cemetery, initiation on April 27, 1930. Little ldrove the army of struggling slaves, mates and teachers. He leaves in I the pallbearers being A. N. Sicard, Rock Council has set the date and through the hot sands of the desert, addition to the father and mother, A. L. Hendricks, Henry Hineh, Ben is making preparations to go through under the sweltering sun of Egypt, For Werme, "nformation Addre.. four brothers, a large number of Cravens, C. J. Jewett, I. H. Nakdi- with it on that.day. We admit that to raise into place the huge rocks of relatives and many friends• By his men, Till Shaw and John Kerwin, M. it takes work-work on the part of the- PyYamids• the officers, and more work on the l Study the words of Priny, as he , Rector, w are reminded ~hat J Miller, B F Beckman, Joe Pat ~udden death e " [ - " • ~. - and all of ~ts cease rick, J D Morgan, Charles Sedhtz, life is deceitful " - • • " part of the indivldua] members• But tells us of the famous statute of lations are but momentary. They John A. Moore, Dick Huson and Jo- where there is a will to overcome the Diana at Ephesus, which was made appear for a moment only to be car-seph Ferrari. obstacles, which bob up here and of wood, and kept constantly ! " C '0 fled. away in the next, leaving us to Mr. Barry is survivedby one there in getting an applleation, this saturated with the oil of Nard, as a adore that Divine Providence which will to do things and help your court- protection against deterioration, to Subl \rkansa does all th|ngs sweetly; though the cil can be put to work and an avnli- im.bue it, as -it were. with a sort of motives of its decrees arehidden cation handed |n at one of the future miraculous immortality, and we from our eyes. (R. L P.) meetings shows what the individual witness only man's failure to build.