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or e | NOON TUES- 307 West Second Street Phone 5486 DAY. - THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 19, 1930 PAGE THRI . CATItE IqflT q -' ............................. ' .... .......................... ~flRT MITI4 ]Lent will be over then and all kinds while one Red was followi~ I,f~ 111k$1Jtak$ g~ltlkl UIIi.I/LtLI of ,good, wholesome out-door amuse-across the fields, trying to het~'lmim ments will be in order, off. " DEATH ~F "~GED NUN I After he had run about 100O Low Ma~e:da~Y7M::de~ a.m. -- ~/~-~ V~ ~ A ~ ]~ ~' the bullets fell so thickly that l~tltmt tIigh Mass at 11 a.m. Fifty-Eight Years of Religions Life VyllIt.~fl~]Lt ~[IJr ]l]~]Lt/'~d~k lVltit.]kJ Malone realized it would be t~urg. Evening-Devotions. -- The following list, while not coin- mg certam death to continue, so Im Devotions every Sunday evening at Sister Mary Joseph, aged eighty- plete, gives the summer sche:lul~ for cropped down behind one of tl~ of the Alumnae throughout the day and night. Re- 7:45 o'clock, consisting of the rcci- four, the oldest Sister of Mercy in the Sunday Masses in various parts of graves with which Chinese fields aml popular and promises freshments will be served. There " ration of tl~e Rosary, a Sermon and diocese of Little Rock, passed to he'." the State. It is published for the ] hillsides are dotted. His lmrSm~ anice sum of money, will be a lawn card party at night Benediction of the Most Blessed Sac-reward on Friday morning, April 11, convenience of our readers, andils,t sight Of, him, and graduallytl~ with beautiful prizes for high score ramcnt, at the St. Edward's Mercy Hospital, while every effort has been made to'Ilrmg ~easeo.. . . ~" J. Tschann returned last at each table Dancing will also be Devotions in honor of the Sacred where she had been since last August secure accurate information, Thei The miH:ido:t;ttThn~Cck;:wl-- re a a four months visit with a feature of the ~estival. IIeart are held on the First Friday of when she suffered a stroke of paral- Guardian assumes no responsibility ' ea to for any changes or errors herein, clump of low trees a few yards a-~ the month at 7:.15 p.m. ysis. "l~er, Mrs. Beadle at Push" iMay Fete at--Mt. St. Mary's. ~States on Cunard steamers at various Until two w'eeks of her death, when ARKANSAS CITY. Mass on thc[ bhdsconcealed himself in sOrnO mrmm- I Mt. St. Mary's Alumnae are mak- she ente~'ed into a state of coma, Sis- first Sunday of t~he month at 9:30 a. e . From this vantage point he led ?. T A Card Party ing extensive plans for the May Fete dates in June, July and August. ter Joseph was in full possession of m nothing "of what took place dmrimf v. T. A. of Holy Souls School to be held at the Academy on Thurs- " her faculties, retaining her keenness BLYTHEVILLE, Immaculate Con- the next two hours. A band of ard party at the home day, May 1. Mrs. J. I. Madigan, gen-ST ~N-EWS f intellect' her memry f friends ceptin Church--Masses n the first headed fr the twn' passed wiUdat Browning, 5101 Edge- eral chairman, ably assisted by a and past events, and above all, her Sunday at 7 a. m., on the second, forty yards of the Ameriea~P on TUesday, May 6th. I corps of enthusiastic workers, are remarkable habit of px'ayers. The third and fourth Sunday at 10:30 a. He saw them enter the mis~ ~m- leaving nothing undone to make this Everybody is making good use of end came quietly.While several of m. pound and come out, carrying ~ttrel i~ ~ CAMDEN St Louis h" ~-~" ding They then rushed from ol~ y S. A. C. Club the most successful entertamment the lovely spring weather to get their the Sisters knelt around her bed re ......... -- " e,ting the rosary, tne aruen~ soul oi . ~ .:o~ ~-u ~:~ .A.C. Club of St. Andrew's lgiven by the Alumnae The fete land broken and their seeds -lanted , ...... Masses on Sunday a* " " --~ " oa Chinese dwelling to another, y ~- ool mill give a minstrel will open at 9 a. m. A procession of In spite of this, however, there has the aged religious separated itself a.m. continuously, while the ~ FAYETTEVILLE " and ,.~..~rtownspeople made no effart to dle- -dnesday, April 23"rd, at 8 the pupils of the Academy will form been ver" "~ood attendance at the from its worn and broken life corn- ~v~. f a the school hall, 503 East and the May Queen will be crowned, dull-" Ma:s Sand the s-ecial L n~ panion, her body, and winged its way TOWN Masses at 8:00 and 10:00 a. end themselves. eet ' y " ' p '' e ~en to the Divine IWaster, whom it had m. N.B. As the hours of Mass al- During the brief reign of after which all will attend Benedic- services. ' ------- ] tion At 12 o'clock a luncheon will .-. ........... so lovally and fervently served ternate each Sunday it. is well to find one person was killed and a~ ~ ... . " vn ~/le reas~ oI ~t. oosepn practl- n~tnattnSsored bytI th;tMa~iaDra, Ys~ bae ::reed in the cafeteria. At 2:30 rally the entire congregation up- Sister Joseph wash member of St. out at Fayetteville as to the hour for wounded. About twelve~of tke , a "articular Sunda es~ merchants were taken off fu y c d party will claim attentmn, a , ' " " " preached the Holy Table in beha.f of Anne s Community for fifty-eight P Y. .~- are a handsome cedar will also various other amusements, the .)oo~ ~ersecuted ~eo~le in Russia year~ She was born in Listowell, HAMBURG--Mass on the fourth ransom. Three of the large~-tffae~ " i ~ "v " ~ v v s.. ..... ~ ........... in town were looted and their tom- ,gift of Mr. Jno. Lonergan, This entertainment will close with a On A~ril 27 thirt- four children ~ .... *., V~rr,, Ireland in 1316 She ~un