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PAGE EIGI-rl THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 29, 1930 I Social and Personals panions. She is a general favorite with both teachers and pupils. Mr. and Mrs. Ceylon B. Frazer, the MEMPHIS TEACHER HONORED latter formerly Miss Charlotte Bruce, have arrived home from their honey- moon trip to New Orleans, Havana It gives us great pleasure to read and other southern points. They are of honors bestowed on our Catholic now at home in their apartment, 1781 men and women. One of our lbcal papers is publishing a serms of ar- Peabody avenue, ticles about prominent members of Mr. Frank L. Halloran, president the Business and Professional We- and general manager of the Halloran man's Club of Memphis. A recent Tractor Company, caterpillar tractor article was on Miss Alice O'Donnell, dealers for the tri-states, has ob- assistant principal at Tech high rained a passport for himself and his school and one of the best loved charming daughter, Miss Martha teachers in the entire band. "Miss Gene, to sail on May 9 for Europe. IAlice,~' as she is fondly known to Their trip will include Ireland, Scot- thousands of Memphians, represented land, England, Wales and continental/the Business and Professional We- Europe. They will not return till men's Club last summer when, with late fall. thirty other members- from other parts of the United States, went to Miss Mary Phelan, one of the best Europe on a good-will tour, which loved girls in Memphis, is in St. Jo-]included Norway, Sweden, Denmark, seph's HospiC~al, convalescing after j Czehco-Slovaka, Austria-Hungary, an operation for appendicitis. She Germany and France. She has been gave her family and friends quite a honored with the presentation of the scare, and we are glad to report at first life membership in the Tennes- present writing she is doing fine. We also note the name of Mrs, Harry Kelly, 2290 Union avenue, among those admitted to Gartly-Ram- see P. T.A. In addition to her regu- lar duties she devotes three nights each week to her classes in English at Tech night school. Her classes are inspirational and every one falls under the magic influence of her per- early life was spent, Mr. Shea came to Knoxville in 1900 and engaged in extensive developments of timber lands in the Smoky Mountain ranges, as well as in various districts of East Tennessee and North Carolina. Later he and his brother, James T. Shea, entered the construction busi- ness, which is still engaged in con- struction of railways and highways. The funeral was held in Knoxville• friThds sym::::n~ :df ta 1Rr:e Fi:Cl;h :~ in the loss he has sustained. WORK OLICS IN MEMPHIS PLAGUE SHOWN IN PHOTOS (By N. C. W. C• News Service) Memphis, Tenn., March 17. The death last week of Mrs. Mary Louise Cohh, a member of the gallant band of volunteer nurses who spent days and nights administering to the sick during the "Yellow Jack" plague here in 1879, and the display in this city of photos taken from "Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, September 30, 1879,' have served to recall to the say Hospital. We hope it is only for a short stay and that she will soon be out among her friends. The continued illness of Mr. Chas. W. Ferriter, 1407 Lauderdale, is caus- ing deep concern to his devoted fam- ily and friends. Mrs. Vincent F. Bocto, Hotel Claridge, left for New York City the past week to spend severaldays with friends. Later she plans to visit her daughter, Mrs. Atkins Wolfe, in Glen Ridge, N. J. Mrs. Bocto will not re- turn to Memphis till after Easter. Mr. David W. Saxon, Jr., an at- sonality. Perhaps nothing more fit- people of Memphis the story of the ting can be said of her than t'to know Yellow Fever tragedy that struck the her is to love her." city 51 years ago. . , The illustrated sheets of the old Y. L. I. PLANS FOR [Leslie publication are entitled "Ten- SPRING FESTIVAL nessee---Memphis Under Quara.ntine ]Rule--Scenes in the Plague Stricken Plans are under way for the an- City." The part that the Sisters of nual spring festival'sponsored by the Charity played in those days admin- Young Ladies' Institute• It will be istering to the sick and dying victims held Saturday afternoon, May 3, in.of the plagues is emphatically brought the ballroom of the Catholic Club. I out in some of the photographs Mrs. John Aste and Miss Margaret grouped under the title "Sisters of Friend have been appointed co-chair- Charity Administering to the Sick and men. This fete is given annually, Dying." The picture shows Sisters and the money derived is to further of Charity at the threshhold of a the good work of the welfare depart-house within which a man lies in ment of the Institute. A musical pro- agony while his wife and daughter, BISHOP SMITH'S MARRIAGE By special permiss'on of the Rt. Rev. Alphonse J. Smith, D. D., Bishop of Nashville, the Guardian has been authorized to publish the Bishop's Pastoral letter to the CAtholics of Tennessee. Th's timely, in- structive and scholarly exposition of the Christian ideal of Marrige so simply and accurately expressed merits the attention of every Catholic. The Bishop's Pastoral will be continued from week to week until it is concluded. (Editor's note). ha, but illness and the journey greatly of the monk, who was Vienna with great given quarters in the Im On February 16, 1630, died, bemoaned as a Emperor and the people mortal remains repose in of the Carmelites of :urb of Vienna. i History records a The Sacrament He Instituted Perverted and lustful teachings'markable favors But not content with merely re- would tear out of the hearts of men people to the intercession storing marriage to its original de-land women all respect for the teach-icu~. Soon after his sign, He would do more. He would ings and principles of the Blessed Sa- ings were instituted for elevate it to the digpity of a sacra- [ viour of the World. Against this re- ,tion of the pious monk ment in His Church, giving to the turning paganism let all decent-mind- marriage contracb the power of a dl- ' ed men and women rise up in holy rect claim on the merits of His pr~c- rebellion, holding fast to His teach- ious Blood. The marriage of Chris- tians henceforth became a direct channel of His grace, a sacrament, especially blessed and cared for by God Himself. Shall We Go Back to Paganism? In order to fortify ourselves against the moral perversion of the ings with obedience and *confidence such as He demands of His follow- ers. With the Apostle Paul, let us repeat, to ourselves, and to the world, "This is a great sacrament; but I speak in Christ and in the Church." (Continued Next Week). odious doctrines which are being broadcasted through the world to-AUSTRIANS SEEK day, it is well Lo take a moment to BEATIFICATION OF consider the consequen,ces to which FATHER DOMINICUS these very same doctrines led nations of the'world before and at the time of Christ's coming. May Christian society today rise up and call a halt, bmfore the world is again dragged down to such a shameful abyss by departing from God's all-wise laws. Companionate marriage and di- vorce-yes, the ancient pagans prac- Resumption of Beatification Proceeds- i ngs to be Asked of Holy Father in Petition. By Dr. Frederick Funder (Vienna Correspondent, N.C.W.C. News Service) Vienna, March 17.--Thousands of terrupted. In 1848, ,tion of Rites ordered the former proceedings ed, and, some years ago, Plus XI, they were revised ent petition of the Austrian that the proceedings be conclusion, is intended to memory of the monk to Austrian people are preservation of their Faith stormy period of the HAITI IS OPTIMI AS NEW IS GIVEN M. Roy, Temporary siastically to Follow Out Plan. Success Ex (By Special Cable to News Service Port-Au-Prince, riced them; and the time came when signatures are being collected in this lwith the departure of the Roman matron counted her age, I city in a. petition to the Holy Father, v ..... not by the years she had lived, but]Pope Pius XI, for the resumption 'of ers Haltmn Commmsmn by the husbands she had had. ]the interrui~ed proceedings for the a few days ago, optimism Freedom of the sexes the ancient beatification of the Carmelite Father to the ultimate success of pagans also practiced it.And the!Dominicus a Maria Jesu. ment by which a provisio • ' " l • y , ast, there was a ment will be set up to t~me came when only the harlot oc On Feb~uar 16 1 cu md the place of honor at pubhc fittm comm mor p" " " g e ation of the 300th fairs of the republic assemblies, from which the wives anniversary of the death of the noted can be held, and daughters of the Athenians were Friar, who breathed his last in the throughout the country• rigidly excluded, arms of Emperor Ferdinand II, in th~ resentative opinion tache of the South Bend (Indiana) gram will be rendered at 2:30; the tears in their eyes, open the door Birth control this, too, was prac- Imperial Castle of Vienna, after a life the Commission plan Tribune, is visiting his parents, Mr. bridge game will commence prompt- for the nurses, riced by the ancient pagans. And of extra achievements, fully carted out. (By N. C. W. C. and Mrs. David W. Saxon, at 1379 ly at 3. Silk hose will be the table Shortly after the plague, Catholics those nations perished at the hands I Domincus Russola was born on Feb- Port-Au-Prince Haiti Peabody. He has been welcomed prizes and several attractive attend- were accused of standing off and home and his host of friends are do- ance prizes will be awarded also. withholding help for the stricken, al- of virile barbarous races. They died/ruary 16, 1559, at Calatayud, Spain, M. Eugene Roy's desig~ by self-extinction, land took the cowl of the White Friars rousinging all ingoodtheirtime.pOwer-to give him a __._____ hadth°UghnursednUmbersthe victims,el SisterSandoftheCharitYHow. Then there is the sad picture ellat 12 years of age. When in Rome, porary President of Ht ~'~|T~|~V ards, a volunteer organization for of- family life; the miserable condition ihis intellectual ability quickly attract- ters of the agreement : Mrs. Joseph A. Cortese and sons, UJLIPll I U/'~I~ 1 fering relief to the distressed, were of the child over which the father]ed the attention of Pope Paul V. In factions here a few days John Bt~rns and Anthony, 1287 Har- , .... almost two-third Catholic possessed absolute right of life or ] 1617, he was elected General ~f the the arbitration of the U bert avenue, are enjoying an extend- Mrs. Minnie wagner, a l~iemng res- " death• When the mother presented IOrder of the Carmelites, and was en- Haitian Commission, was ident of Memphis, died .at her rest- ~ her new-born child to its father, if t usted with important missions as proved today by an asseV~ ed visit with Mrs. Cortese's parents, dence,, 286 Bickford avenue. At the ! £~|[~I]~ ~?.~-l~j pie's delgates amid intenS~ a a lllllli$ U 1-I IU¢ VIIILIIIiall Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burns, of Lon- death of her husband, Conr d W g- he took it into his arms, it was a sign Papal Legate which took him to all enthusiasm. the 'child might live. If he refused parts of Italy and into Germany. "don, Ontario. ner,-in 1919, she assumed charge ofI ~flD ~ ~||~ to do so, it must die. Woman was in According to the settlel his business, the Wagner ElectricI I It111, lilt I! ~JIIUII~II[ a pitable state. No longer regardedI Cheered Catholic Troops plish.ed by the Commissi~ When the Thirty Years War broke will assume his duties as Mrs. Charles B. Bryan has been Company, at 111 Adams avenue, and t~r~. ~q[I~||r~.r~r,~A as the cherished helpmate of man, out, and the Protestant princes im- Provisional Government signally honored by the Daughters continued its management until her] II|IP .'~I/ I! Ilr.~..~I/.l made like him in the image of God, of the American Revolution, at their health began to fail several years] vffi ,,*~e~,a~,,,L~-~= and called upon to work Out equally periled the Catholic Empire, together which time President L0 with the existence of the Catholic term will expire. The On Tuesday mormng, March 25, annualheld in'StatechattanoogaC°nference'MarchWhich19 WaSand ago. She is survived..^ ^bY~rthree ..... sons,¢ ~ ground was broken for" the erection with him an eternal destiny, she had Church in Southern Germany, Be- President will guide the J. Roy and Geors~ ,~. ,,~ ...... ~ " become the slave of his passion, hemia and Austria, Dominicus, who RepUblic until a p 20. It was unanimously agreed to en- Memphis and H J Wagner, Toledo, I of Memphis' newest Catholic Church, worth nothing except as she could dorse Mrs. Bryan as honorary vice ............. the Church of St Teresa, Little umo; a oaugn~er, ~rs. ~rea weiss, • ]minister to his gratification. It was enjoyed the reputation of a saintly president general of the National So ............. :Flower of Jesus A more fitting ciety of the D. A, R. oz lviempms;. ~nree. granucmmren,, time could not have" been chosen, , woman, that purest and sweetest of philosopher and prophet, accompan- Frederick C. Weiss of Toledo, V]r-I God's creatures, ~who suffered most ted the armies of the Catholic League -inia and H J Wa-ner Jr of Mere ] than the feast of the Annunciation. t from man's departure from the laws into the first battles, advising and • . g , ., - . . The s~te~s at JacksonAve and Mr. Victor Demarchi, 1i22 North phis. The funeral took place with • I of God. in regard to the sacred con- cheering Catholic princes and their Parkway, left the past week for Hol- Requiem Mass at St. Brigid's Church, I Belvedere Boulevard. The first unit I generals. Wearing on his breast the lywood, Cal., for a visit with his sis- and burial in Elmwood cemetery It° be erected will be a combination ltract of marriage. ter, Mrs. William A. Lambe. ~ .......,~ ...... a h .....~, ~,~]~hurch and school, and will cost up- But because woman always draws pictures of "Mary of the Victory," which afterwards became so famous ......................... "'-"'-- r 10 . man with her, lifting him up or drag- and is tb this day greatly venerated acted a~ ~allbearers [p oximately $ ,000.00. Rev. Fr']ging him down, man, too, suffered in Rome, he encouraged the troops Miss Mary Lucia Hutchinson, the ~'lnomas--'rL ~yan" "~eu ...... a¢ ~ne iam- ° l~Jas".. P., Whitfield,. . pastor of St. ~dire consequences. In substance this in the decisive battle of White Hill, charming and talented daughter of ................ t Br~g~d s, who ~s m charge of the Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Hutchinson, 1896 uy nome, ...... 1~ ~or~n ~c~ean, ,. ~ome~, I worK, ...... messea ~ne grouno," and- turnea~ can be taken as a safe historic princi- at Prague, in November, 1620", when Madison avenue, continues to add var