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THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 16, 1927 i promises to be one of the largest and l l I season, over 500 tickets being sold Future Social All social items must be in -vents i Monday afternoon, it is expected, will stage the biggest card party of Tuesday noon. the post-Lenten season, when the Al- tar Society of Good Counsel Parish will entertain their friends in their hall at Ninth and Bishop streets. Every ~letail has becK completed and Page Three t L i C0 GE i The rT:il~e~t:; Sh:n~::: trimester were posted on the bulletin boards lege non-letter men was played be- a~ the College during the past week, fore a large gathering on the White and those who know the "pep" of i the Pharmacy "boys" have no doubts as to the results. A large attend- ianee is expected at the meeting on tMonday, April 18th, when further i plans will be outlined. AthLetics I The postponed football game be- tween the Morris Preps and the Col- EAGLES' FOOTBALL DATES ARRAHGED L!ttle Rock College faces one ot n f the s u .... i ......... ~ - the stiffesL football schedules in the CALENDAR members and friends are enthusiastic as were also the standi go t- GIW xeia on lvlonoay oi ~ms weeK, . " ." in anticipation of ths annual society dents for the entire trimester. Stu-lwith the Preps taking the long endlhlstry of the college, in the nine .... ~batda ' ' " av ra e of "51 ........ ri--an~ t~^ -'-*^-'- ~o algames announced yesterday by the ~, y, springtime affair. The prize for high dents WhO recmvea ane g ~ oi ~ne ~cu ng u ",, ....... z April J-~--k/, [ 16 F I Little Rock College Athletic Assocm ~in Strew, ,.'--~ood S%le at Lonergans' Furniture Store, 618 score at each table will be dainty or more in the College Department ~ It was a good game to watch, andj ." " ' " "" - tmn All opponents will be Arkansas i~0~_ ~, oy Uircle No. 7, Cathedral Aid. and pretty hand embroidered refresh- were: geith Chapler, Albert Clarke, leven though a little warm for foot-I ~, " r t harles al er d 'o k u the int r .... fteams and five of the games will be e~m: aurch--!~' (I~' April 18"-~Annual Easter Card Party by Good Counsel ment set. A door prize will also be Robert Dolan, David Dos, C . b ls ve z eep p e es~ Oil ~i]~ a at their hall, Ninth and Bishop streets given. Mrs. William Heibach is c,hair- Eickoff, Joseph Flynn, Paul Heslin, the gathering. For a spring game, it played at Kavanaugh Field. - L~ttle Rock College will meet one .:iNieaday' April man of this annual event and will be William Jones, Leon King, Ralph Le-lwas fast, and while the Prep team t " " 19 ---01d-fashmned" dance at St. Edwards' Hall,assisted by Mesdames L. C. Cronk, hun, Henry Lyons, Edward Minor, lwon,, the college men put up a firstoI the o{fits old opponents which has been lIlth schedule for several yea ~p~,.~ "'~ terry streets. Charles Drees, Samuel G. Harmon, William Murphy, Robert Power, Wil-iclass game. Several injuries of a ra, ', 11 d "o rain r n ur r "" " fr ~h --- when it opens the season on Se tern ~;~ ~ouay, A "- W.J. Heibaeh, Joe Heibach, Jack fred Schwarz, William Wa an J - o az e esm~eo om ~ e game,~ P - of ~_ Phi 19.~Card party by St Mary's Church, at the home Hudgens, A1 H. Lensing, Mary Man- seph Walshe.In the Department of~whleh proves that it was not a "ping-,ber 30 with Hendrix College playing ~~::=:O t ,, at Kavanaugh Field The second piela, 1622 Orange street, North Little Rock. gle, J. J. Mahoney, James Peters, Wil- Pharmacy the following were on thetpong game, and a good line was had i " game will be w~th Harding Colic e at ~ -~e of ~I- _ .---Card party by St. Patrick's Church at the liam Rogoski, Arthur Sluyter, and honor roll: Garland Childers, Alanion some of the youngsters who w'll " " " g Little" G. W. Murray, 408 West Eleventh street, North Misses Ola Haler, Maggie Kennedy, Frey, Edward Garbacz, Reuben Ham-~enter College next fall. Mormlton. Ouach~ta College will up- - lpear a~ ~avanaugn yield October 15 .. * and Ellen Tighe. All friends are in-mend, J. D. Harris, Russell H~tze- Murray, Wfllett, Brady, St. John, [:~) ~' ~C01y' April 21_~Car cited to help make the afternoon one mann, Robert Jackson, Allen Low-[EicheJmann, Ross, Walsh, Schultz, land will be one of the big features hg~a+,~ 5" d party by Senmr Class of L~ttle Rock long to be remembered socially and man, Emmitt Mitzell, Vance Mont-[and Smith played sterling games for " " - PP during Fair Week Another o orient ;B~ - ~ae Elks' Club. at the same time perform an act of gomery, Oscar Oswald, June Shill-'the Preps, while Dorhan, Walshe, lwhich has been off the Eagles' sched- i'-~Circle No 4 will Mve a card art in the School charity in favor of Good Counsel par- cute, Lloyd Snfith, W. Vancil, Jesse Power~ Patton, Feldman, Higgins, Dix-[ule for several yea~ is the Hender- d ou son Brown Reddles who will be met E " o P Y ish. Vanderhoven, John Walker, 1~. Wat- on. 0 Connell, Hendericks an D -, - " " ast Sixth street. : : : : , : : = z = : : -~ son, R. Wardlow. It will be noted jack played well for the non-letter at E1 Dorado on October 28. The Oq~ ]nt A ql~rl~ |~][r Pt'~ - ers hereN vember 5 an ~ that n the abve Hst' are many f cllege men" It is hped that this'Eag!es w!l!otake n the State Teach" party by the ladies of St Edward's Church and Ferry steets " I 31. gttllilbh i) ; Ithe athletes who have taken part in feature of spring football will be! d will try to ~ 1 [most of the sports at the College, and made an annual event in the future. ~::khandedrevengethem last 'ear for the unexpected de- . 'd party by Circle No. 7 in School parlors,~ ~||~-~ ~ !yet have kept pace with their studies After the Easter holidays, the trackt y by the street. ~ ~llUlil,~ll I lull through the Trimester. The above men will begin an intensive course of Bears. . 27-4_o .... * = : : = = = = : = -- = :=[averaces represent not only the ex-ltraining in preparatilon for the meet[ To Play at Batesv~He ,~ara party at the Elks' Club by Circle No. 2, Holy Week Schedule" ".~ I " " ~'~t~- ~" ~-r ..... " . laminatmn marks, but also the marks,at Conway on the 23rd. { Relatmns with Arkansas C~)llege ~y, v~ eunesaav uonlesslons after dr~ ~ay 1 Ma noon and eve:Kin -[for all studies during the Tmmester. [ Senior Class Party lhave been resumed this year and the u, o Y pole Dance g f e ~Eagles will 3ourney to Batesv]lle mad ~'~.:~i~. n the -- by the Good Counsel School chil- ~ ..... " ........ I Glee Club The big social event o th post-! " " " : i~0nday, , ~, ~ sctxool grounds. ~.~oiy rn.ursoay, ~assoz ~e- [ Daffy' rehearsals of the College Easter season will be the Senior ClasslPlay the Panthers November I1, Arm- ,::m ~aa~ ~ posmon w~zn procesmon zo ~ne _ne-~ .................... listice Da,z The next o-,*,~nent will attho'-','''~Card "a .............. " ............ |Glee Club are oeing neia in ~ne re-lcaro par~y wmcn wm De g~ven lnl ~" ~*" )~%, ~,r Call ~,- - ~' ~Y uy the laaies ox ~oou ~ounse~ wnurchpom~ory a~ ~ o emc~:. Auorauon aul ........... u.,~ o~..~. ~ ...... ,ph .... ~o , ]be the champions of the Conference. ". ~da d Brahe streets day Thursday w~th Eucharistic Hour ' ,, ,, - :X -Y' ~ay 2.~- P " ~ ....................... ]Prof C. A. Jacobu~, A.M., and April 21st at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. John the Magnoha Mule R~ders. Thin ~k * J.~]. lrOlI[ O bO ~ O CLUCK, ~V~IIIlI~. ' " * * )~ call,my" ay Day Fete and card party at Mt. St. Mary's ~-~.~ ~-;n .... "~o~ of tho D~. /progress has been made in the oper-]L. Kenney who is in charge of the[game willbe playeL.m 21~le Rock "~eMaY ~" - c-"~]+~"~""~'~z[- ^~*'~:~ "+ 8 :,.~*^==[etta which the club hopes to pro-[event will be assisted by the mothers/n ~ovemuer ~u. rne ~agtes nave r~ , ~aav\or- ............. *" -~ " ........ " ~"~ .......... ~ ............. |not ,qa~,ed Macmolia for several .al--~ atr..- *~,---q2ara . :.~..~.~ ~.._..+:.... ^..~.~ u^, .~ ~duce aider zne ~;as~er nonoays, oI :he ~:uuen~s oz ~ne bemor ulass. I ~" ~ ~,~ ~,~, b,t_ u party at St Edward's Hall, Ninth and Ferry ............. a ............... y wross.| ... ~..~..~ ..... ;~+~n .+ +~.~ ~.~ [~+ ...m .... ~k~.. ~.~ +~.~ ~ ..... + o++~.~ Ivears On Thanksgiving Day the , lid , Rose So " Good FrMay Evening there will be[ ]~.':~! ay, u_ e~ety. . ,~ ....... ~,~, ~ .... +; .... + +~ ~o+~o led ,~art- of its kind this year I Eagles will try to hand the Arkan- x~ "~aY 8--__~ ' the Hour with the Sorrowful Mother]U~ ........ s ..................... " "" ~" " " " --- ~^-~" .... "^- ~^~^^* ~'Uis ~am- stun t , dral last week, and ten e d the mu ~.a~ll~lay ~, o Subiaco College, Subiaco Ark. devotions beginning at 8 o clock -[ ............................ --"~' ~'~ "-~---'~ -t "u-~q]viPe The . ,aa ' h th f th .................. " " . . wn~ uv pa~ycu ~ ~* ~ * , :Yr~ lt~'~cAo~Ual Carnival by the students of Little Rock be:ihnr:~ H;ur;?g;idYa/;Vthtlth: ~t~1 =df;:r bB:nedi:ti21aYo; th: ?:::l ~ I~1|I]1~| 1[ ~. t~t~| | I~.fli~I_ ~ Eagles last year upset the dope and '7,~ ~..~ uege grounds - - ...... r .... 11[' _~tlll~ltil|! /111 1 PI,P ? ladministered a defeat to Tech. As a ,:t~. k, _"~-~._ tions Of the Cross at half -ast two ~esseato be congratulated~aeramenr" on~" the~' duteous Is i[ !" ~m%#v ~a-t#~~ ,F@ I ..... " P " success _ _ _ @|post season game ann zo en~ ~ne Easter Saturday: At 7 o'clock Sat- of[ : : - - ~ - - Ifootball season the Ea-les will meet :~Teac_hers' Association urday morning will be the blessing ellthe clubthus far. .... I a ......+~ h~,h ...... .... no, no,~ Ith,~ College of the O;:rks at Little ~~s 1 School will entertain Fi~e ~.--h~' --dl~ and Ea~+~_ [The club hopes 1:o oe note ~o pre-I ............. ~ .... ~ .............. -I ~ ., " . ...... :,~- - ,-- --2 ---(-;,-... - ' ~"~ ~' ~"" ~ ~1 ........ ............ = ........ I ,lie to Paris to Fort Smith will belRock uecemoer ~ rue uzarKs nas l~~st on ~unday, April 24~n, Water followed by the celebration of sen~ an en~er~ammen~ a~ ~ne :~ay ~o-[ " . .......... ] .... ~ ..... "._~ ......... . -- ~1 hall, Ninth and Bishop the High Mass of Alfeluia [eial meeting,of the Little Rock Coun-[ me ox ~ne zxrs~ pro3ec~sunuermKen a~ways ~eea a r~gma~.yppv~tvl*b ux* . ~'rn, a n(~ dau ht ' " ' )y ~n~ ~a~e highway t)epar~ment zne ~agm scneame nnti, las~ year, ~n honor of the First Holy Confessions Saturda- afterno-,~lcfl of the Kmghts of Columbus.! ........ :] ., ....... ~~ian ~l~ n tl~ n~i~h l~ , ~ ~'" ... ... ,. .. . ,, rhis was announceo Dy~o. ~. ~'arKs oz ann we game ~ms year e~ers zne owe ~" ............ ,,..,, ..~o .,~ ~,.,. t,.,.,o.,. ~"" anu evenin ~ne ~Ollege ~.ar1~lv~,l . -. . . ~~,'R:"'ih~" 11''" " g" I .... .,]Fort Smith a member of the Statelschools into frmndly relat,ons aga, n. astey Su qay will)e vl mn,zed vex eet,n V ~ne ~enerallHighway Commission, at a Kawanis[ The Eagles schedule is as foll6ws: ~~ ~_ w:~~; ; Ill ~ 12as ~ with a rlign Mass a~ 5 o ClocK. eele- ] womml~ee wnlcn is ~o nave cnarge oi ' [ e " % ~Ial returne - . . . luncheon held at Paros, Arkansas, re- S ptember 30, Hendmx College at ~s'o~Jne~so- br~ted b-Father McDermott with +~,~'the College Carnleal will be held in .... ., . i .... ~ ........ .......... ~ ~ ~ .... I .... ~ ..... Icenuy. "Although ~ne announcemen~l~ue Rock. ~'~as ,,~ ~uva Easte~ Se~mon by Rev Mr John J the Ua~neurai parlors on luesoay,[ ,, " " " " " . . , , . .. . ,may be a little premature, said Mr.I October 8, Harding College at Mor- Healey of St. John's Seminary. The April 18th, at exgh~ o cmc. tcepor~s r).~. .... +m .... + ~+ .... ~ ....;~+,~,~ ~ge crowd is expected at the E~ister Services will close with the from the Chmrman, Mrs. W. B~gelow ........ ] ..... ~. ....... ^n .... , 0~~tv to be ~iven b~ Circle No ..... , ...... { .......... ~rus~, as ~ne commmsmn has unam-{ uc~ooer xo, ~uacm~a w .... s~ .*- -~r~y ~o De g~ven ~ b~rcm secona mass a~ tu o CI0CK ~Oliowed ~omnson ann zne members oi ~net .............. ~ ....... ~t Aid a. tthe Elks Club ..... '," ~ ...... I ......... /moumy.ano oe~mi~e~y aecmeu on ~nell.a~ue ~oe~. ,~ ~,~ ,,~ .~..,~u~ ~.. o ~eneuic~ion o~ ~ne ~lesseo ~acra-ivarmus eommlz~ees reee~veu ~nus ~ar/ . - ............ ' ,, ' ~'urni~ Y " . mavcer.'" Dcr, oBer z~, rlenoerson- tsrown ~ot- ~y afternoon, April 27, at ment ' ~presago an unusual amount of mter-]... e i ew ~are now at le-e at El Dorado I~ " ' 2 30 ' " " ~x engine r ng cr s g~ ~ ~ifuf hand "era- Holy'Week Notes lest m the coming event, and ,t would[ ....... I ........... '~ases will be ~iven - " . . ~ ............ |wor~ surveying ~or ~ne project. ~ ~ovem~er o, ~tare Teachers ~m- cases wm ue g~ The ladies of th~ Altar ~ocie~y no~ oe a~ au surprising ~:r ~ne ~ar-/ .............. ! ......... t~~~vh~ h~ ~ear~ nt. ~aeh tn~'~^ ~ . . ' ........ ds esdmatea tna~ a ~ra~ic o~ z,ovo liege a~ lAt~le l~OCg. Ior nlgn score a~ eacn ~aut~ ~... ~,.,,., ~ -,'~'~'~'~+o~" w~rk far~ royal ~ms year DroKe ati previous/ .., .,, . . . | . . ~~ +, ,~.~k~ ~-~.,~ " ............ P~' ...."f ~,, ~ { ........ /cars uauy wm pass through the towns/ November 11 (Arm~shes Day), Ar- ~se aeslnng to maKe reser...- snme tlmo n~cl an Thursaav will nre-{returns, lvir,s, ~ermer, chairman o~ . , . /, ,, ..... -,, ~~1 Mr~ "lq~rri~'~ "" ............ " [-" .4 .......... ~on the route when the h~ghway ~s|~ansas uottege a~ t~a~eswne. , , .............. sent a new Repository with the usual Y ..... ttl ~ 4-16-3t ton .- . . . . ,completed. November 19, Magnoha at L~ e ~~,"'~lng candle and floral decorations asmstantsincluding Messrs Victor .......... {~. , ]R ~ly t " " ~ . . . ~vir. l~arKs also said tha~ wni~e ~ne ~ocg. 1~~ and score pads. On Geea Frida- the offerin~,s Will~Koers, Maunce Bfltz, and Alvin Bu-! . . . [ . . . ........... ~ ........ , , ~ ~ . , s~ -/ ..... ,~. '~,- ~ roaa at present is only in class C,[ November 24 (Thanksglwng Day) ~t~ of ~ansas ~e oonated to~ard the upkeep oi JaESKI are meeung \vl~n a mos~ en ~-'--~v~hnh'm'~n of C~" ~ '" " i ........ /'lits many natural advantages, includ-~Arkansas Tech at Russellville. naiey, cnmrman o~ w.,-thoS.c~odn~oo~ ~f Pale~tine ~nus:asuc response~rom mca~ mer- 1 ...... -~=l --,,eS " ~ .....~" ......... ' .... " ' rK YI~ nze mother clo 4 ' '. [ . m~: a sawng of 17 miles, makes ~t the December 3, ~odege o~ the uza s ~~. Andrew's Cathedral an- T ',~4,,h~ lJ .... " ~vi~ , art W- chants and friends of the College, and ............ 1 ....... . 2~ ~e he ..~.~ .......... h the S~.o . . tO I~lZ~ f nter Stnoun d t " laeat rou~e Irom l~ussenvnle ~ovorx, aI; l~l~I31e I~OCK. ~arty to bc held a ;ful Mother devotions will be inaugur-,the same ~s true of all others who ~;+~, [ ~l ors at 2:30 o'clock ated for the frst +ime in St: Patrick's~are working for the success of this .......... ~, . .] ~ M ' ?I nd ...... " " t This is good news for ~uDiaco anu = . April 25. Ha Parish The ~nirlf n +his devation is event The Athletm Meet thin year ......... I. = -- -" = = = = = = = = = , ~ IIi e .... ~ I ll;S irlenos oecause ~ne mgnway Will cases will be .given that of companionship with the Bless- wall be confined to the boys of the ...... ~ ...... ~. ~..~.~... + ........ ~.~.~. ;o/I ~ q~||lr~lrlt II | ~Itflt~_~ + ard, ~" '* IS, the'as ' " e " ' l'"~s ~"'u"~" '~'~"~ ~" --'"~" " h s a pmze for hi h score, and ther I ar ch~ nd ~g e'Tahn:;::es ed Mother in her loneliest hours. [ P el al Schools of t)~e c~ty a at the foot of Subiaco College [I ': i at, ~_Iashi - , o p g" The Easter offe,'in~s on E~ster Il~rtn Little Rock. Two ~eams o~ ~ve~ " " ,/ . + ate% dz li eKed dance of br~ ~ and 500 will , Prepare for Contest ~- ~7~0~a' " Sunda,~ w'll be devote~ to St John s'students each will strive for the t t = = = = = -" = = = =" .... reservations., .call Seminary 'for the purpose of advanc-lchampinship honors The girls this Those students, who are listed tel Easter Sunday Masse,. ~~i'~rtoh~ha?d/~e~::jl~6rd91andP:::::Sa;d:. asked to take ~gtl~l~:l:]~ work m the dmcese of iY:trh~lt?:toPb:t::g:heoMt~eP(~vgva1 g:ld t!her~'a!i~i~lt~efi:t~h: ii:ttn?f[ L:~emMnaSp;Sn~itfi~a~ High Mass at ~. ~'~ "'~ attend. [ " [finder the direction of Miss Edithlthis n one r o ma ing the" fi a119:30 a. m. celebrated by the Bishop ~us~on oI cl~urcn ceremm " Mother Murray, the nuns and attend- attractive features of the Carnival Le,t Y u org t who Y , - ~e nerved ~ and re_l I ~ .... ants removed the patients from the will be the activity of the Little Rock There will be anexcursion from of the Holy Souls will receive their ' T " ' " ho ladms of St Edward s Church :m- ~ -~ ) north wing in, to another ~art of the Council Knights of Columbus. The L~ttle Rock to Sublaco, Sunday, May First Holy Con4mumon on Sunday, .~%ttai~~t l~._ ~will give a card party Tuesday, AprilI snital After this task was accom IKnights under the direction of GrandiS, 1927, which will give you a good May 1st, at the 8 o'clock Mass The i~00~ ~hth a~tnck's Church/26, afternoon and evening, in thelrlnlished the Sisters knelt in prayer in Knight G. P. Kordsmeier, with a large opportunity to see Subiaco Abbey and children's choir will sing~ " ~t ~Rr " ,~ ~ ..... A ~d d a parish hall, Ninth and Ferry streets committee are r m strenuousl Colle e You have heard man thin S Evening Devotions ~-A~til - ev^-- P rty on] "',the deserted wards, we k" g Y l g Y g '" .-~z0th' ~ta~g~ of Wed.[There will be a prize for high score[ Starting, it is believed, in the base- to make their attractmn" " the b~ggestlabout ..... thin mst~tutmn, but come and[ Easter Sunday evening, Solemn ~ u~a ~ne he at each table, also a door prize will " nd e " " i ~ e ' " I " ti o th M l c $.'~/~tth ~,i ~ Y' ~v~ me of[be . . . ment of the three story brock struc- a b st at the. Carmval, and )udg ng!l t the. reahty speak for ~tself. Be Bene~llc on f e oat B eased Sa - %e ttl~ ~^ W~st llth~ awarded at both the .afternoon ture, the fl~mes were not discovered by the enthusmsm shown at the meet-!conwnced yourself about the beauty}rament at 7:45 p. m. Will h~'~.~. A prizeland evening games. The following/until they broke ~hrough the first ing of the K. of C. committee heldland magnificence of Subiaco and itsl Sunday, April 24th, a special Sun- , g~ven a lad~es will be in char e Mrs Andrew I , ~. 2 t each[ g : [floor and threw a reddish reflection at the club-rooms on Sunday last, the,surroundings }day evening service will be'held i~ ~%.~ ]Siebold, Mrs. Roy Baer, Mrs. George[into the hospital. A sister turned Knights are going to be heard from[ Dinner will be served by the ladies honor of the children who have.made ~? {~ ~'Te Arts, Mrs Peter Barzen, Mrs Law- which was o " efore t " " " ' " " - " " o~.. aeh .... ] ' [m an alarm, nly a s~gnal b he final reckoning. An even-[of St. Benedict s parish, m the stud ]their F~rst Holy Communion on that ~!1~'~I ~ch~'o~ ASSOciation|fence Klauser, Mrs. August Probst, lfor subsequent alarms, the clanging ing Wrestling Match is also a possi-]ent's dining hall. You will be en-lday. The rosarywill be recited, a ' 4, t4r Will Jr, Mrs John Klauser, Mrs Theodore ~ the stre fl~t I :~IG]~'2 I~, I~._ " eondu~| " apparatus fill'rig ets. b'" y. Maurice Ehrenberg, who is tertained from the moment you step[special sermon will be preached, and '~u_ ~th _. le Saturd_:~l hold and Mrs. August Probst, St. I In a bedchamber on the third floor ehmrman of-thin actxwty is workmg l off the train until you leave again. I Benediction of the Most Blessed Sac- 1~% ~,~th ~t the city c~:~]A cordial invitation is extended tO[of the clubhouse were George Stehlin to secure one of Little Rock's favor- Concerts will be iven b the college[rament will be iven The childre~a red lgaln Strew*- lull. ]and his wife Awakened after the ire wrestlers to put on a program glee club, orchestra, and band. [will be enrolled in the Scapular. ~~ Y h~ .~ g and h^_ [ [fire had gained conmderable headway, w~th another well known mat artist Cathedral A,d Soc,et . ~,%%~jve~ hy ph;~:f:i] Every arrangement is being Com-'Omy found themselves trapped intheir It., rould ttrac a monste~ c~ ,wd, t The Royal Assent has been givenl The regular monthly meeti:g of the ~ ~--~ 85. |pleted for the benefit card partylroom, arid will h wor' , s ~eing. /to the Roman Catholic Relief Act~Cathedral Aid Society will be held ~'~{~v~ '~eta~a ~. It0 be given at the Elk's Clubrooms[: Blinded by the smoke, which chok- 1~ ~sic a: cays ~ fe~ ture of ~he, ten-]which puts an end to the re~ressivelin the Cathedral School parlors On ,~i~h~arylaier -_ ]on Thursday, April 21. This card!ed their screams for help, they groped ing progr m w: [ ~[so ha~ e a fair]legislation which was a relic-of the[Monday, May 2, at 3:lb.p.~m. An ~: .~tM~ ~Ii~- Waah~a._ p rty will be g~ven under the auspices about unto a fireman reached the sha. of a ,entle t] m year Et orts~Reformatlon.t Only two dtsabfl~tms entertammen~t~ will be g~ven and a~ ~. ~ta~. I)elre~ ~gton, of the Senior Class, with Mrs. John[window and saw them. Jumping in, are being made to secure two and remain; C~tholics are excluded rom luncheon will be served. AIl.mem- ~t :~ld ~erg~t'o~."xe}th' Kenney a~.ehairman, assisted b5r the he smashed a door leading down a ~r- [bers are urged to be present. !:: ! ~:%~t~t~'With l~r"~.,vim- mothers and friends of the Seniorlrear stairway and led' them to safety, of! ] Cathedral ~Boy~ Scouts.-~ ~ t~eal~riag ;wu! go Class, who are very enthusiastic over They saved their dog and ,their Bible. ! A Father and Son Banquetspon- ' , for high score' at each table. This f;re'force in saving the hospital. " [day A;ril' 28th, at % ;. m. ".