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PAGE SIX THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 12, 1930 o MISSION HOUSE hall in which four tables were placed. KNIGHTS pupils and those of St. Anne's, Ken- ! David Johnston, Charles Lewis, James Stella Ske inberger, ttelene Bridal wreath in tall vases and ferns! neth Croft, former director of the Lewis, Charles Kuper, Kuper Mad-1 The Home Economics ACTIVITIES I in wicker baskets were used in decor-] COLUMBUS Players' Club, Chicago, presentqd a den, Robert Derdeyn, Charles Myers, tires are: ation. Ctlt glass baskets, containing beautiful musical dramalogue, "King Gone Dressendorfer, Vance Brazil, Cutting Demonstration, - violets served as center pmces. Can-I Robert of Sicily," being the leading Ronald Briggs, Clyde Moore, Sonny gun. MARY IMMA'CULATE HOXIE dles in exquisite silver candlesticksI .................. feature. Another, lighter ~nd more Brown, Lawrence Keating Robert Child's Garment further enhanced theattractiveness l~r'~r~r-r" ~lV~rLtrl~o fantastic number,was "The Maker DeWinter and Hoyt Kirkpatrick,! mary Meyers. - i " IN ARKANSAS DISTRICT ,, ~ . . ......... o'" of the sett ng. ] of Dreams. I Kctsy AnnDavis, Betty Jane Edel-I Pie Making, Gladys FmkeY dlt'o:lum W:;:SuMd:y L:~:M~i!aYt~,WeiioxlB_~ePa: ;o:lo:lnfB: ::::e: -/ "l..h.'tl. .m ~d;u." r Pus" ulna'_ .eg:" ,'. " 1 "..s week . " -1} A1 ". .. " .~ "" . . " ". e .i. ~ ~SLuise Tul.l)r, 1VI ........... " ".. .. ~dren greeted " ' PPY g"{ " ~ ~"- " parochial schoolBoth this and the ierine Ann Grier, Nancy Ruth Jaber,] Care of Silverware Helen L ana D~strlDutlon oI vamm oelore ~ne ] .......... ~candidates in the Third Ail, an~a~ Dis " ~ - ' .xnen rne pmce auras were consutreu ~ "" ~ " - ' , " well at 'Kathle n Massh The Passmn will be read dur-land seats taken accordingly. Seated trict and four candidates from Poplar teVned~ed? pro entatmn were t Virgine: KWah:~:,, J:s//hNne~I NT~ly: A.H:;:sl~h=:mg that dear o1! mg~ e xwas: ...... at table wiVh the hono~ guest were t~Bluff, Missouri, during ~he month. The stage of the Academy audi- Marie Steigner, Helen Irene .Gamble, I Typtwritlng Awar& ~aunety ~rnursaay---.~ow ~ass a~ Stella Cook, and Vincent and Nenno/I'ollowing the degree, a banquet was torium was well suited for this kind Aline Russell, Mary Mock, BettyI 30 word certificate, Hele~ 8.~o a: n~:. ~umm ~evo~ons ar x~.6u Mazzanti. Iserved for the members and their la- of drama, its draping and lighting el- Jane Dansby, Mary Peters and in*- A~no~ ~ .... a. m., :~':3u p. m. ana ~:~u p.m. " " ha - ~' ~ ..... ~" ...... ..... The girls of the seventh grade idles. Speakers included State C p fects adding much to the entire pro-. Blanche Derdeyn. I 40 word ,,in Wilma Bail~ Good Fmday--Mass of ~ne rre- served at table and were daintv in llain Reverend Joseph Hoffliner, Right ~..~,;^~ I I .... .~ '. .~, . Sanctified at 8"00 a m Way of the l , . , " ~ ~ ......... -_ _" ......... I -- xaeger, ua~nerme ~mKorn. .. "" " .. their immaculate caps ano aprons. ~r~everena ~uonsig~or ~rol~znlem~ The nro~,ram was" I q, e_t_t .. , ., ~ . ~ .^ . . .., . -- Cross at z:00 p. m Devotions at ..... ,, . . . . I~.+_ ~^....+.. ~xr.]+... ~, ~xr~.~. Ua~t r ~, _ .... ~...o~ao, asuca s honor~weatersI OU wora pin, ~telene ouer~' 7"30 m ~ . I ro oe, ................. ~war**~t~ uur ~:lass news is prlneq,~ ",,P" ~'+, ~Jo,~,~1 ....e ~..~a tempt is made to give an account of lState Deputy James Favor, Past State Prelude, Czerwosky Helen Juergens I Immediately after the banquet, corned with contests this ~-~.*~---Ts--~:.-~ .... :~ the meal itself. Suffice it to say that I Depu~y ooseph S~rau~, r~evere~l~ w. The Maker of Dreams Fantasy in honor sweaters wor~ nwnvnod t, whioh n ot~,,rea. ~ n.tnrSl, 7.0r~. ~n~:8ao0~s ~raay evening the mothers of the entertainers were!J.: Kordsmeyei, D, tr t De,yt G o. o=e ct. i tho o who had met-;he requirements everybody has put forth -w0~ "Easter "Sunday~ ~Ioly Communion requested to send certain dishes and, I~t. .~te~me~ ann t~rana ~mgn~ ~ ~: Pierrot .................. Emma James Moore of the Academy for receiving a let- efforts to represent S. S. A. .................. as is always the case, they did notl~UUW~g, t.ne toastmaster was reru Pierrette ........................ Myrtle P0ag ~er The sweaters are in the coat meet Will De flistrlDul~etl at t~:6o a. m.wlzn. i n " " ~ * " " stop at the request but added to ~t to Sp nne weber Cu ~d d~srased as a manufactur st 1 1 " " ] Hi--h Mass at 10"00 a m ~ ' I " P ( g " - y e, wh'te and the letter S is in] A Musical Contest is being ~. , ~ . "~.. ". " .~ such an extent that the amount of er) ......................... Kenneth Croft Kelley Green th- Ac~Aom,,. ol~;,~, A~te i~ l~alm bunaay---l.ne xoung t'eoples ...... . . - - ~ ~ ~ =~ ~ ~ ~ i ~ " I ....... a, ...... ~ ---- o at seemea suxllcmnt ior " imen. .... o a broug Pianoaccompan ..................... w,H ,.oco,vo Holy Co mu.- . ........ I I'FXARgANA .. - ! Those rece, vmg sweaters are:, 17. , . . severat iUll-SlZe(1 spreaas. ~nere was ~ l~alll~UtllUlll .... MadellneMoore xtr:,___ =,_:, ..... ._: ~ . I .~ . . . ion in Doly ........................... . ,, vvatm*t ~n,en, ~:ap~am, ,having two ' t~ontes~anzs are: will begin at 7 30, H~gh Mass at 9 00 ~moued, aimved a few minutes befme Wednesda Pro ram /Lonely Princess " " " ~.d ~ " " _ _~__'_ ~,tell the children how very much he of Columbianism that sends a warmth St. Scholastica's Academy Contest- Piano, Helene Juergens. Vincent's Infant Asylum $ .............. I . . . I ' ' I ants for the Univers|t- Hi-h I Girls Trio, Dorothy Anderson, I Little Sisters of the Poor |~|||||| ~'||||~'| !appreciated thmr efforts m preparmg iand thrill circulating, through the, . s I ~VV~J ~V~U~ I o o School Meet for him such a pleasant sur Iise H~s[ " "" " subordinate councils to vivify and " ~|lWTl~f~|l !talk was sincere and sank into theI nourish, and make us feel that we are] The winners from St. Scholastica's b~O~br~ hearts of all present. 'an essential ,,art of a ,-rear er,,aniza-]Academy in the distric~ contest for ~|~1 ~l ~| I At 2"00 o'clock the celebration at tion that ha[done an~i~ doin~ suchIthe Educational meet at the univer-I ~l||L~l~m ~b~['~"~l-~._@~ _ ~ Ii ~ s ty are Gertrude Schuster, geom Palm Sunday I the school ended and the party went wonderful work for God and Country. etr M int - NO. 1 INGRAMS---................................... a*O The Blessing and distribution of in cars for a drove around the Lake. t,. ,Y; ~ argaret .W. ~er, spe!lmg;l Per bushel basket_ Palms will take pluace before thel Those responsible for making the I~t~ltl~t~FtO I~FtCtllt rtnllFt ~e~en ouergens, ~,ngnsn; tose ~viary] ~,,-, , ...... - ...................................... -r 10"30 mass on Sunda- A,~ril l~+h ~idinner the success that it was wereI ~.~Lfl|]~.~ ~l~|][~| |M~.~ [Myers, Latin; Madeline Moore, t a~u. 1 IOl~h~-- I Devotions Sunday "ni-h't at ~7"45 't the following: Mrs. S. Alpe, Mrs. A.I -- ......... I French; Cecila Klaeger, Spanish. l SO baskets or less ............... t l. ........ s - ~-" "lBan~hetti Mrs J Borgognoni, Mrs M~ITMT From the music department, Helen .................... rue way oI ~ne wross ana ~Jene- i , " ,nt ms stem , -- ;F Cingolani, Mts H E Cook, Mrs I ~vavv~a [uuergens will enter for piano, and m~m~ m mm~m~ d'ctlHo~thwB1;Ked:Rv~E~nt" A'.E. Dabney, Mrs. F] Fong, Mrs. Jo; for the voice trio, Dorothy Anderson, e.nmn ~Tnnae.e ~n ............. !Forte, Mrs. I. L. 'Gilliam, Mrs. S. A. I Mount St. Mary's students v).ho f Helen 3uergens and Stella Stienber-I v v vv~ ~ llVll|~lUlilmm ~V~ vpecmt aevouens weanesaay mgn~ ~ Lttle Rock o~ ~ ~ ~ ...... . . ~. l Mansour, Mrs. E. Marchetti, Mrs. E. t participated in the preliminary aca- ger. I " , Arkansas -~ Phone 4-0157 --- Long Distance I ~o,,~, ~ermon ana ~ene- - i . . "" ":" " ' ;Mazzanti, Mrs. Igino Mazzanti, Mrs. :dem~c contests sent out by the Um-I From the home economic depart-I diction of ~he Blesesd Sacrament. IA Men~,ucci, Mrs P Mulligan, and versity of Arkansas are all districtlment, Louise Tully, Jessie Robenson, " Holy Thursday |i~rs" Anna~ Reginelli." ' I winners." They are as follows: En-[Ruth Mangher, Gladys Spmker," Mar- ~ High Mass at 7:30, followed by a " __ ]glish, Kathryn Hart; American His-lgaret Winter, Rose Mary Myers andI ~ m nr~ processl0n to the Reposltery. Adora-I Riccordo Nicolini /tory, Lillian Summers; Geometry,[Helen Lessing. I [] [] ~ I." [] am [] l ~lon an hay. ~Mar ar ' " g et Kelly, Algebra, Lourme Hol ..... " ..... I Th~ people of Lake Village were i -" I ..... I "[] H K W~I ~'~ []1 [] I y Tnursaay mgn~, aevo~mns atI ..... ~ ..... h ':Lingenfelder; and Spelling, Anna Mae lNew Plan Is Used for Recital Given l ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ | 7:45, in honor of the Holy Eucharist, !snoc~ea when ~ney marnea oI ~e !Lipsmeyer. Winmers of the prelim-~ By Academy Class t i~' a~t'~ ~ m-~ .... = ...... and a smmon on the Real Presence death of Rmcordo Nmohm which oc l The um "] ..... -linary contests are invited to the In-, j "or expression class of St t ~~L~4[N ~ kA~~ Good Friday curred on Monday at the hospital in I terscholastic High School Meet, w.hichIAnne's Academy was presented in] ........ - Mass of the Presanctified at 8:00 i Greenville, Mississippi Mr Nicolini is to be held at Fayettevi]le, April 11-Irecital at the Knights of Columbus/ T1 ..... J~.~ 1 ...... ; o'clock, the unveiling of bhe cross and I ....... ] 12 Thero t.hov will ...... to wi;h I hall Monday in two neff,........ [ ....... ".'" ........ ~..OUS way to Er~n... economical, too , unaerwen~ an o era~lon ~atur~ay ...... * ......... , ................... , on these s aclotl " " " $ P l . ~ .... p s Cabin ships. Large tory stateroom, adorahon. At 3:00 o clock, there will the district winners from all over the [ matinee and evening presentation at / ]oun~es and libraries cheery v el b~ t.h~ Why ~f t~,~ ~ ..... [ morning and although his condition t .... ,, . , ....... , o .. ~-erandah caf6s... Cunar ..................... l . i~ta~e- v'rances ~owser wm repro- ] ~ O'mOCK. racKea houses greetedl food and service Snecial facilities for- ;1.... ~,k..+:., of On Friday night at 7:45 devotions j was semous, death was not expected, l sent the school in the Dramatic Art lithe presentations. / Mass on board Calvin ~ ~'~'~' Y'*~'':~="-~ to the Five Wounds of Our Saviour,[Members of his family crossed thelcontest. ] Divergence from the routine work/ WouristWhird Cabin ~'~ruP'~ecna ~amn~l"~"o~?~4 and a sermon on The Passion ......... ex " ' | . , vim way cxuo up, nouna Imp vxu ~ver dally to v~mt h~m, hence hm wife P~cnt~: Supper Of pressrun remtals wher ........... :.. [" - I I e reading, up, $85 Third Class, accordino to steamers ,qus U S ta~. x ne olIerlng on ~ms ~a Will De ior o , r Y land some of ~he children were nres I On Tuesday afternoon the board-land recitation follow each other was[ ASK ABOUT THE FIFTH ST LOUIS EXCURSION, S S SCYTHIA. U E I&TIR' the Holy Land t' ' - - .... . .... _ a N ............ ling students went for a long hike 1n I observed xn the entertainments Pu ! ,, , ~ _ tent in his lasl~ hours, all~ ~ne o~ner~ . ' t ., . " -I "" " --" ~t noty ~aturday ......... " ]tho woods. At sunset they enjoyed a tP~m were grouped in a charming o~- I .... oee tour t, ocat ,agent or Th " , Cnlloren~ wnowere nurrleolysum ..... - , e ceremomes on Holy Saturday I tweeme roast and pwmc supper, l eretta m two acts, entitled, "The{ ~ ~l~"l'~Y~ "~ ~. ~ ~t~ " : " : I :" " " ] y g : Leading roles were t ~ ~ l~l~ IJl~ o'clock. }his death. The body was broug~ht toi The Wednesday afternoon ]~rogram' taken by Margaret Brun, 1%rleyl" ~ 1135-37 OHve St., St. Louls Easter Sunday ILake Village late l~onday eveningllast week featured two dancers from I Johns~on, Jr., and Charles Lewis. The l The High Mass on Easter Sunday/ .......... !the Dorothy Donelson School of Danc-lexpression pupils were assisted by--" ill ' an~ ~aKen ~o the nome on ~ess ~vlary ~ . . : , _-~ w be at 7:00 o clock, the next Mass- l . . ling', Mr. Jimmy Sutton and Miss Flor- i the jumor .music pupils of St. Anne's,' I J__ _ Ll_ l~__f_..~.'__ _ . ~=~,~..~/:~ es at 9 00 and 10 30 o'clock.. The [Plantahn At 10 00 o'clock Tues ence Dlckerson. Thl Frances ipresented m two numbers with ~heir, I l-lav~ Kn~3 rro~3t;uon ~If ~~ special offering on Easter Sunday day morning the Requiem was sung tBowser was presented in .her contest rhythm band. ** i~',~,~.~,~ ]~[~m,~.~| i~.~ -.-- ~: -:-_- - | will " ~ ...... ~~ ~.~..***=.~.~ ..~.~.~.at=~ be for the Educatxon of Younglat Our Lady of the Lake Church, and readm~ and Miss Patmcm Touhey ~he following program was given: ] Men to the Priesthood at St John's ......... " ......... I gave several numbers Come Join the Dance ....... . " I~;ne oumai 1;OOK pmce lmmeulaL~,y a~-, " " , "- " AhOy* au M.morml mu'* b. '--* i~~ ~emlnary. ~ 2xrlll;la s Dance . _. .. . . "* ~" , ~t f! tH I terward in St. Isador's Cemetery. I ..... I St A , .._" .... ;ing. me tiuaraian aemoria ...... nne s tcny~nm ~ana "~ d " ,--7-.... _ [ Mr. Nicolini was born in the Prov- i: l T ! A "B ' "" Monahan m guarant~ by a ce~ifie~ .~ [/ I~l./~.EK t~ounset ~octety to rr~ent 1 ......... I l~$11kl OlYlllll , oy s viea, concert reading that they are Imrfect and l~ng ~/ ~ tlnce oI Ancona, l~aly, Oil danuary zl, / .~ ......... " ......... " ,' Comedy "Se/{~ He ...... 05] / rive ~tue Ulfickens,ensemble ~ee o~utttut a~gng n~e. ]~!~**~.j ,,_ ,~ . .~ .t . came ~o America in Iv ~ t readin .--- ~ne ~ooo uounsel Society Dramat-!and settled at Sunny Side, where he St. Anne's Academy Pupils Winners] -- rig. . .... : ' I1 ~ .. ' , 2~ ~ormal ual,. solo recitation. I . AN & SON ~e Club will presont a comedy-drama'remained until the colony broke up in District Conte,t for University I Prologue *o o'eret" , MONAH I m ~hree acts by Larry E. Johnson, i Then he moved to Bess Mary on[ High School Meet/ I ^ . . P ~a. i }~ "What Anne Brou~,ht H~m~ " -- Ta,, I ...... / " , uverture to operetta. 41~.414 W Ma~l~mm St 1 , ~" " ~ ~' ......... ~outn ~aKe front where he remained I f ~" - , -- ~ " " ~ - hay, April 28th, at Good.Counsel Au-lunti1 h" dearHe is survived b , ane l~onety rrincess. i .... i ]s h. Yl Successful contestants from St. I Act I i ..... " ...... .his widow, two ghte s, q " [Anne s Academy will go to Fayette-I The Fantassy of the Flowers. ! =l;~?epaH~:t?:/;:::e~:, h:LT/eS and Zelmlra, and four sons, Pmmo,]ville for the University High School The Delusion of G,hosts, musica! V~r ml " ~umto, ~zmo ana wncent. {'Meet to be held Friday and Satur reading ~ "" ~ m ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ "" " " A lte e be s of the congrega-ida" Those who are li ...... "[ Little Mischief en "" " ~ U I~ I A t; U t; OL L I= U youngest daughter. Winona E~s'l .............. y. e gmie ior ~ne! , semme reaaing. ~ ~-~" , ~lon sympa~mze wl~n ~ne oreavea iam- " Merr Fi " Herb Hardcastle Alm ............ -, " . l final test and who won places m the/ y shermen, wohn solo. Vmk Sluyter; Henry Bonnet Sam's ............ I d~strmt prehmmary exammahons are/ Th ang-Me-Downs, solo recita- I . The College Offers the , ~ ~ young man, ily. Tney are among the best Cath ....... e H " -- ,, ' OllCS oI uur ~aay ot ~ne ~aKe parmn, I ~ t . m , ....... ~tion ............ ~ooer~ xaytor, m,atln; wlymer uoop- browner, "tea wnKe~wmz; Anne ~en- so naturally their soxrow is keenlyt ~,. . . net .Purd=y, Sam's second daugh,er, felt by the rest of us. One thing that ca': Ehg!ish'.ffhn C hoppesky, Amer~ / Miss Grac ActII. . . , [ |,~,l&I g'*|&~Ig~&| g~g'~| ll:~l~' ~oume ~lattmgly; Dudley Purdv ............... n n story, x~uval ~onns~on, spell-| e oo ~uorms, as plamst, | ~.dOKd/-~L, ~.,L,2"~*J~.~.,Z'~L, ~...,~,t..,~z~..JL~ . ~' IS particularly eallylng in ~nls ianl .... . . . , ,, m L onne Flo a and M~ss Marne B~un what Anne brought home Herin ........... " _ I g; Y ry, lgebra and] " , vmhmst, fur-! . . IIum; Nina Bennet, Sam's old:st l ly ,s ~nelr a.evo~lon ro.,~ne ~acre~{Geom~try; Leone Roppolo, Spanish.[nished the music 'for ~he operetta;~ t In the rxearr .... ~t m naroly posmme ~o ~mn~ P il " ~ Leo Sheild' " " 't ~-,~ht~, ~* ............ -- ~ " I up s from the mumc department s wohn solo was accom-i " . ~a_,. ...., m~ry me,railer, d T t~ay a mornln wlthoutl , ...... "--: "i are Marie Brun, girls solo; Robert|P " y "s sister, Ruth Sheilds, IGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT of a First Fred y g amed B h~ / C:np'an~R:b~r~:hg::b::g~'ec~Hc ~i~hedla~ly connecting the Nl~olim~ITaylor. boy's solo; Rowena White, and Margaret Mary Kayser played H " I t; r regar~ ess of ~ne K no o t Lyonne Flory and Juanita Warren, lthe accompaniment for ~h~ Rhythm ~ ~ ..... weather, they come to commumon - - - A~ I . . . " - girls trio 3ohn Paul Hendricks will lBand. ~it For Terms and Information AddreS~ and mass Many will mms seeing Mr Pu fls [ [Ag~ VIII " -t enter :for memorized reading. P" presented were: MargareL/ ~*~ ~'~gl~lta I Nxcohm hght his vohve candles and l St Anne' ~ ' Blun M rtle ' i " " " [ . s G'rls Glee Club will be[ " , Y Muxen, Patricia John-I Rev. Rector, [ [kneeling before the ~acred Heart[represented by sixteen of its mem-[son, Mildred Paino, Margaret Poole,[ P Pastor's An'mversary" " Celebrated I statue. While his friends pray for ~ bets. ! Patricial , Keatin-g, ~uary~ ...... ~'ornasb t ~ The pupils of the seventh and him, they need,not fear for him; forI ~ I Louise Jordan, Rose Marie Hummell, ~ | ~ ~.~ ~ ~ II | I eighth grades entertained with hi it is inconceivable ~hatone so ar-tBeautiful Musical Dramalo-ue Pre [John Flocks,Eula Howard Bet ,~ sum tuouslunc ' " * ~ - , ty I~/U ~I~ULL] . *outed at St. S~holastica s Acad- I Janerber, Pat 0 Shea Kennedy Bet [[ P heon Sunday m honor dently devoted to the Sacred Heart , I , Of Father Galloni's ordination anni- should have any but a favorable and', emy on Tuesday. . I ty Kennedy, Frances P~luso, Sarah!~ Subiaeo Arkansas versary. The- corridor of the school blessed judgment. May he rest in Under Jche auspices of St. Scholas-[ Lee Creekmore, Margaret. Treisch, I~ was converte.d into a lovely dining peace. . i tica's Academy, and assisted by its Antoinett~ Lovoi, Burley Johnston, ~