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a:;3,5 , .1 i,"? C :') r ". ".4 ,'r PAGE TWO SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. Justin Mat(hews is quite ill in St. Louis. Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Harris have re- turned from Battle Creek, Mich. i Baggage hauling, plowing and first class house cleaning. M-5955. Call for Arthur Hunt. 2-27-2t Miss Nellie Eagan returned Wed- nesday from Memphis, accompanied by her cousins, Mrs. Joseph Dolin and little daughter, Helen Faye Dolin. IIOLY WEEK books--all the de- votions of Passion time--in English, will be on sale at the BOOKERY. Mr. Christopher 'J. Saenger of Newport called in at the Guardian office this week, on his way home from Hot Springs, where Mrs. Senger and her mother are visiting guests of St. John's Hospital. The BOOKERY has a fine assort- ment of Easter Cards, Book Marks and Pictures, 5, 0 and 25 cents each. Something timely and tidy for a choice purchaser to give to a chosen frien& upon the significance of the Resur- rection of Jesus Christ and its bear- ing upon the individual, the family, the nation anti the world. Special music for the occasion, with organ, solos and chorus, under the direction of Prof. J. J. Keller, will be rendered in connection with the altar ceremonies. Adequate seating arrangements have been made to accomodate the very large congregation, that annual- ly assembles for the inspiring Easter program. Catholics and non-Catho- lics from the city and frmn all sec- tions of the state annually convene at St. Andrew's and participate in the Allelnia joy of. Easter morn. All are welcome. ! THE GUARDIAN, SATU.__ RDAY, APRIL 3, 1920. NEA T WEEK SUNDAY, APRIL 4 .......................... EASTER RESURRECTION MONDAY, APRIL 5 ....... EASTER MONDAY, ST. VINCENT FERRER, C TUESDAY, APRIl., 6 ............................ ST. CELESTINE POPE WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7 ........... BLESSED HERMAN JOSEPH, CONF. TttURSDAY, APRIL 8 ............. B4ESSED JULIA BILLIART VIRGIN FRIDAY, APRIL 9 .................. ST. MARY OF EGYPT, PENITENT SATURDAY, APRIL 10 .... .................. ST. MECHTILDES, V. Ab. HOLY OIL AND HOLY WATER. Employed by the Church in the Ad- ministration of Certain of the Sac- raments and in Certain Other Functions ItOLY OILS. Three kinds of oil are used in the ritual of the Church; or, to speak mor e cmTectly, there is only one kind, but it is blessed for three dif- ferent purposes, and is called in the The smaller checking accounts are given the most careful detail attention at thil bank, where good service is the rule. The checking acc, unta of small businesses EASTER DAY SUN DANCE. An h'ish legend runs to the effect that on Easter day the sun dances languages of the Church by three dig on the sea; and the iegend is tree I ferent names" the oil of Catchumens The writer knows it is He has seen , ". " " ' .... I t-[o.y Chrmm, and the Off of the Sick. this phenomenon when ass ehldo2:lTh e first of these, which i's simply ellmbed from the little far [olix(e oil, derived its name from be- hleh was hm home, a mattm of a ' "' " " ling' used principally in the ceremony couple of miles to the top of the o/' baptism to anoint the eatchumens rugged mountain overlooking the --that is, those who are undergoing h'ish sea. This phenomenon can be instruction preparatory to being bap- seen any Easter day when the skies tized--before the infusion of water CITY CHURCH DIRECTOR Hours of Devotion St. Andrew's Cathedral, corner Seventh and Louisiana streets--Sun- days: Masses at 7, 9 and 11 (high); evening services at 7:45; First Fri- day evening services at 7:45, Rt. Rex'. Men. Thos. V. Tobin, Rector; Rev. H. H. Wernke, Assistant. Residence 617 Louisiana stxeet. Phone 3799 Main. St. Edward's Church, corner Ninth Union and Mercantile Trust Company Second and Louisiana Streets THE EASTER LILY FRENCH CARDINAl and Sherman streets  Sundays: Masses at 7, 8:30, 10:30 (high); even- 'The lily is typical of life--of truth! ing services 7:30; Friday evening .ser- It stands as the emblem of Christ, vices at 7:30. Rex'. Maurus Rolmer, of the purity of His life, His teach- O. S. B., Pastor; assistant, Rev. Plus ings, His death, and His resurrec- Zroyssig, O. S. B.. Residence 813 (ion. It announces the tidings of herman, phone M. 5089. great joy! It delivers God's message Appeal to People to Government Loan. (C. P A Service to The Paris.--Th French issued an appeal for the new French loan, anoth of the strength the Church State. They recall their Mr and Mrs. James Maratta spent last week in Searey visiting relatives and friends. EVERYTHING CATHOLIC for self, friend and home may be secured at the Bookery, 309 West Second St. CIGAR MAKER WANTED--Union scale, steady work. Hoyt Bros. Cigar Co, Clarksville, Ark. 3-13-3t S|sters Mary Linus, Flavia and Brtha of St. Vincent's Infirmry re- turned from Nazareth, Ky., last at- urday. At the conclusion of their annual retreat, they were present at are bright. All necessary is to be on some commanding height as the sun pokes his heed out of the sea to the.east. =, ! OBITUARY I IRENE L. WOJGIECHOWSKI changes them from catechumens to Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, Christians. The second is composed Ninth and Marshall--Sundays: Mass. of a mixture of olive oil and balsam, es at 8 and 10 (high). Rev. P. H. or balm, and derives its name from Boyle, pastor. Residence 1615 W. its being used to anoint; Chrism being derived from the Greek word chrisma, which means anything of grace; and our divine Saviour being anointed Priest, Prophet and King, is by pre- eminence the Anoited, and hence His The balsam used in Irene Lonalto Wojciechowski in- fant daughter of Mr and Mrs. Louis Wojciechowski, died at the residence, 304 W. Seventh street, at 11 o'clock Tuesday morning. Besides her" par- ents, she is survived by one sister and name Christ. Holy Chrism m a kind of odoriferous re.sin which exudes from a tree that grows in Judea and Arabia This pecies was ahvays used in the West till the sixteenth century, when Popes the Golden Jubilee celebration of two brothers. Funeral services will Sister Jovita. The Sisters of St. be held at the residence at 3 o'clock, Vincent Infirmary] marked the An- Thursday afternoon, Rev. Father De nunciation Feast and the Jubilee of Rinke. their former companion with a High ] ing several years. Mother Antonia is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Joseph Snitzer lind Miss Hedwidge Grunert and by one brother, Paul IlI and Plus IV permitted the use of a better kind brought from the West Indies. The Oil of the Sick is so named from its principad use being to anoit the sick in the sacrament of Extreme Unction. Father MOTHER M ANTONIA GRUNERT \\;\'ifll regard to the time when oils I aged " are consecrated, and the person by Mother M. Antonia Grunert, wl',om tlt(,, solemn ceremony i,-; per- 52 years, died Sunday evening, Mmvh refine:l, it is to be remarked that they are consecrated by bishops only, and that the ceremony takes place during the Mass on Holy Thursday. The consecr:'tion of the oils during the ?,iass dated from the earliest times. and St. Basil attributes the origin Jdseph Grunert, all of Fort Smith. of it to apostolic tradition. In the Mother Antonia was a native of V,:stern, or Latin Church, it was al- Gernmny, but came to this country at ways performed by the bishops, but an early age. She was a pupil of St. in the Eastern Church it was resmw- Mass on Thursday morning. McDermot celebrant FOR PIANO TUNING See R. L Caton, 310 Bishop St. !28, at 7 o'clock, at Mt. St. Mary's Completed tuning at A-kansas Academy P. H., after an illness cover- School for Blind. All work guaran- teed. M. 2203. 4-3-2t CATHEDIAL AID Cathedial All Society will meet Monday afternoon, April 5, in Catlmdial Hall. CARDS faithfully in every employment which obedience assigned her. To know her was to love her and to revele her many admil"able traits of character. A true woman intel- lectual to a marked degree, she was ever patient, charitable, staunch and loyal to her friends, with always a warm loving welcome for her "dear ohi girls" as she designated her form- er pupils. That she in turn, was be- loved by her puTfils and her many friends among the patrons of the in- stitution, was strongly attested by Mrs. Ed O'Brien and Mrs. L. B. 5ary's Academy, this city, where her Goetschins will entertain at cards on, girlhood clays wete spent. At the the i age of 16 years, she entered the corn- Tuesday afternoon, April 6 at home of Mrs. O'Brien, for the benefit munity of which she has ever been a a valued and beloved member. For a of Cathedial Aid. number of years, she was the Super- C]CILIAN DANCE ior of the order, and while in tlutt The Cecilian Club will give their position labored untiringly in behalf Easter dance at the New Capital of the community sfie loved so well. Hotel, Thursday evening, April 8. and whose interest she served so ed to the patriarchs, who consecrated the oils for their entire patriarchates. At first the oils were blessed on any day at Mass; but in a letter of Pope Leo the Great to the Emperor of the same name, in the synod of Toledo, in the year 490, Holy Thursday was per- manently fixed as the day upon which the ceremony must take place. France did not, however, adopt this ruling unti the Council of Meaux, in 845_ P, arry thus accounts for the selection of Ih)iy Thursday as the day upon v:hich the consecration should take pJace: "It was customary amon the ,ice's ['or guests invited to a banquet to anoint themselves with oil. From thi: we may understand why the Church consecrates her oils in the la:t w(,ek o Lent. Two spiritual ban- R O. T. C. DANCE The R O. T C. of IAttle Rock Col- lege will entertain with a dance on the evening of Friday, April 9. BENEFIT IARTY Mrs. James Honibrook will give a benefit card party, at her home on West Third street, Tuesday after- noon, April 13. ALUMNAE SEWING CIRCLE The Alumnae of Mt. St. Marys will have a meeting of the Sewing(the large number who assembled at Circle, at the home of Miss Mary lher last resting place to pay her the final tribute of affection and esteem. Donahue, 2420 Arch street, FcidaylR.auiem Mass was said in the con- afternoon, April 9 I __ vent chapel at 9 a.m., Tuesday, Rev. St. Joseph Guild. Father GatTity chaplain of the Corn- The St. Joseph Guild will give a munity being the celebrant, assisted dance, Easter Monday night at nuet' are l)reparing. Many that were u itha,.:t the p:fle ef truth are to be b:'ou?:h{ into it by baptism (luring the Ea:ter t:me. and made to sit down with the children of the household at the banquet of Christ's holy faith. The Holy Ghost, too, is getting ready a feast of sevenfold gifts and twelve precious fruits of holiness. For the happy guests called to these two di- vine banquets Mother Church prepares the fragrant oils of gladness where- the'by Rev. Father Heany, as deacon, with they may be anointed" to us. peal for the Victory Loan This is why we call it the Annun- the armistice, and point dation lily, or the Resurrection essity for the present Ninth. Phone 4411. f:ower. We use it on our altars to the accumulated ruins and t3 pif/ the reawakening of life, of deficiencies caused by the " St Bartholomew's Church (colmed) low, and of our belief in the future circulation of bank notes Sixteenth and Marshall streets--Sun- life. strained, and the increase days: Masses, 7:30 and 10:30 (high); The lily has for many years been. must be stayed, credit evening services at 5:30. Rev. J. J. associated with Easter. In fact, it is strengthened abroad for Steinhauer, S. V. D., Pastor. Resi- always called the Easter jlily, but and national production deuce 1615 West Sixteenth street, very few of us know why it is so ored. Phone M. 2994. ;amed. At first it was called the These measures are .' nw.:nciation lily because it was said not merely for prosperity St. Patrick's Churci, North Li,thltha t the angel brought a lily sterlmaintenance of the social Rock, Seventh and Cypress treet-- I .,.'hen the coming of Christ was toldl it is the duty of all Fren Sundays: Masses at 8 and 10 (high); ] the Virgin Mary. So it has been I to aid, according to their evening services at 7:20. RoY. A'I:opte(l by the Church as the em-/devoted men, who have Demurger, Pastor. Residence 706] .flcm of the incarnation of Christ and[ heavy task of directing )live street. Phone M. 4102. is used on the day celebrated as] of exceptional difficulties, St. Mary's Church, North Little Easter interests of the country. Rock, Fifteenth and Moss streets-- Today a festival is made of Easter, The cardinals urge all undays: Masses at 8 and 10 0figh); but still the lily reigns supreme as place their resources evening serviee. at 7:,20. Rev. Peter the Easter flower and symbolizes, ings at the service of kw',dziej, pastor. Residence Six- with the Madonna, the resurrection letter ig sift, ned by the six teenth and .Moss streets. Phone M. ef Christ, the resurrection of life dipa's, Amette, Andrieu, 6686. eternal. Dubourg, Dubois and mote autiquity. The custom of plac- ................ ing holy water at the door of the church for the use of the faithful en- TOO LATE ering' and departing is still more IT IS NOT ,.ncient, .m may be infer|d from hhe Prepare For ,vtgested by the Jewish custom of rc,tuiring purification before entering [he temple to offer or assist at the sacrifices. But it would be impossi- ble to fix the precise (late. The cus- App tom of Christians sprinkling them- Your Every arel Need is selves with water, or even of washing their hands and face before entering the house of God, existed throughout the Church at least from the time of Tertullian, that is, before the end of ':he second century. The use of holy water among the ':',ithful at their homes is of still rreater antiquity, as may be learned from the Apostolic Cons(it ation, ,,.'!rich contain a foznula for the bless- na of it. that it may have power "to :ivc health, drive away disea'aes, put he demons to flit'h(," etc. Let us now turn to the historical led liturg'ical view of the question. ir:'t. there are three or. in another mnse, four, kinds of holy water. Ac- mrding to the first division, there is, fir,:t, baptismal .ater, which is re- :tuired to be blessed on every Holy Saturday and eve of Pentecost in all churches that have baptismal fonts. This water, after the holy oils have been mingled with it, is used only in the administration of baptism. In the next place there is water blessed by a bishop to be used in consecrat- ing churches, or reconciling churches Ample time remains in which you Easter Clothes, but to insure yourself pointment, choice should be made today. Jersey Sport $35 and $45 Perfectly made Suits in which is offered ing variety of models in Wool Knit Jersey styles are belted, pleat back and button Colors are blue, brown, green and mixtures. Suits will give splendid service and are The New Silk $35 by Rev. Gregory Keller, D. D., sub- - that have been desecrated. This is Eagles Hall, Fourth and Main, North f Little Rock. The, following corn- deacon, Rev. H. H. Wernke, master cf HOLY WATER. /called Gregorian Water, because Pope mittees will act. Door committee, ceremonies. Her funeral oration was I The present rite of blessing water Gregory IX :made its use obligatory Miss Mary Vogel, Mrs. Jno. Hemp- the silent memory of her virtues; her] by prayer and an admixture of salt for the purposes specified. Wine, fling aml 'Mrs. Annie Mitchell. Floor humility, her charity and her unvary-[ is frequently referred to Pope St. ashes and salt are mingled with it. committee, =Messrs Jno. Hempfling, be: patience are her epitaph, impress-! Alexander I, who governed the Then there is the common holy water, Jno. Froley, Gabe Pratt and Albert ed in indelible chm'acters on the hearts Church from the year 109 to 119. .as is well known, is usually blessed by But from the words which he uses in a priest. This blessing may be per- Rinke. of her friends. I __ Of worldly goods she had none, yet[his decree it would appear that the , rned at any time. and any suitable ALUMNAE MEETING to her friends and pupils she has be- / riw i more ancient than the time of place. It, is directed to be done every Mt. St. Mary's Alumnae will hold queathed gems of priceless value; the I tb't Pontiff. Ile says: "We bless Sumtay before Mass, as wc shall see, the regular quarterly meeting at -vwnoT of her virtues, the pearls of f'ov the use of the people, water mint .... ith the exception of Easter and Pen- loyal, loving heart, k,d v:ith salt." Marcellius Columna tecost v:ben the water blcse,t ^" t '" Cathe(Ira, hl'l. Sunday morning, April her constant, . she rests ].rom h ' .-'," - -, ' " - ' ' ' :' "  " And o that  , r elu xxe a e ds os(d lo ac /M the baltmm of Our Lord rathe my PONTIFICAIc2TEHREVDICRSL EASTER lthb:;ghth ::(; aJg :u b:te:Y: l iii} i:! !'db::(ceaai::; u:':h:: "ra;'(?c;diYn'lhghurTntn thatdayem preparation ae under way for a[--A. M.J. ]proofis that the use of holy Baat:i;-, ,-... , . * * * Jsbl:trewle:cl:drfalET:ev::hYaad ], "* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * " :/(i::::'th:S:l:d ::::. as  th-h I: EASTER CARDS : Louisiana streets. It will be the i, ....... -)rS ,] "I'h  blessing of water before -'g I , , , ax of the Resurrection joy .a.]at w,- _ *| Ma s'on Sunday% and the sprinlding/* EASFER PICTURES very chm - ' .% ". -' * ...... 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Lordship will preach from his throne  The Springtime frock is a beautiful these are especially attractive---Georgette floral and plain effects. Taffetas, combinations effectively convey the new of fashion and the colors are sparkling Values are extraordinary. Sport Coats of. $28.50 Fo/" warmth and style, as well as a Coat bf Polo Cloth. These'are snappy hip length and longer, with pleated trimmings and a belt--tans, blues and men's and misses sizes. 'r. STOI fOR UAI.ITV i x