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I ,lored00SONAL and "00'SOCIAL aal " " MUST,0000.. at of forY- Or Send Social Items to The Guardian '[ SIGNED ;t. Gabrief P  West Second St., Phone 54g6, by | AND | the SpeciaI . S TORIE r years  ca, mr.. prey . 00a00t00ucC00] h N (3 E S U T T R U Me-Known Facts I:or Catholics E  ss, z  w. n sws s.zvs Vlary in charge  Streets TI. trrow, ;tion of Walls are is le by use of which lestones ss donkeys nerals, )s In cting tCb, t  o Polish ll(l00n VII Easter se$ ag camps-LI , was acc0[  Rev. Jose ltO I J| the Fol --= Gem Jantlln  (IC) __ Admiration anaer ot lff'^,.r the manner in ritain. [;'yac Parents and Cath- _1 rs have kept the Ca- _v.._11  S.Ystem in the United told feel laCtionin durin the )uld feel nv  g he h,-.vel|,'J Years are expressed e estV.[ adopted by the Gen- ....... . Board of the Na- ood honeltf. Educational As- .......... ' 42nd Annual Meet-  this week. IL SCI'I extends Its sympathy _ __ ,ill  .Who have lost sons f,.p:r n this war, hoping St -ttlon rna- t  ._J .--St 1tll,,- .y u ,uu.(4 __   ,. ag Christian peace P|' = aspiration of Our .r nat increasing num- FOR Air,SPend to the aivine :|n, - d held up to Cath- "' " ""  . and women the IffC.PDrtunity to serve Tewso OUs teachers." Fort atholic Eduea- 00'.Anthony's 00'00"l00Oapital A00T0000:LT o ..... d Suppll/l ' .11 PklKi. | ,rawn To Heroic :atl00c,lic S(h001s tional Association,"" the resolu- tions begin, wishes to express its admiration and appreciation for the excellent contribution made by the Catholic school system to the general welfare during the troublesome war years. "Our thanks are due to the Catholic educators who in us- stinting measure have given high service to the cause of Christ in education. "We commend the zeal of Ca- tholic parents who at great sacri- fice have made possible the con- tinuance of our Catholic educa- tional program, and moreover we extend our sincere sympathy to those bereaved parents who have lost sons and daughters in the struggle for victory. May their consolation be found in an endur- ing Christian peace based on the aspirations of Our Holy Father, Pope Pius XII. "We wish to hold up to Catholic young men and women the con- tinuing opportunity to serve God as religious teachers and we ex- press the hope that they will re- spond in increasing numbers to the divine caU to this apostolate of youth by which His Providence makes provision for the growth and welfare of His Holy Church." % MY PRAYER BOOK By Father Lasanee A MOST POPULAR PRAYERROOK The reflections preceding the prayers in this book so attune the mind and heart that the prayers would seem but a natural outpouring of the soul to God. 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Leather the Best Gift for Wedding Souvenir Certificate and autograph space for Bridal Party $3.75 White Leather $6.50 haediate Delivery at Standard Prices order from The Guardian $nd Little Rook, Ark. , 'Angel. of-,Ba:.t, aan.,, 00s00ts, Al,mw, Mater, , Sisters Mary Delphine and Mary Bernard (shaking hand) and Mis Rachel Buffalo, Superintendent of St. Joseph's School of Nursing, recently welcomed Lt. Dorothy Ludlow back to her Alma M:ter for  mtwh needed rest. NurseHeroine, In Hot Springs IIot Springs (Special).--First Lieut. Dorothy Ludlow, Hot Springs' Angel of Bataan recently liberated from Santo Tomas pris- on camp in Manila after three cars internment was the guest of the Sisters of Mercy of St. Jo- seph's last week. The Army nurse,, who graduated from St. Joseph's School of Nurs- ing, devoted her say here pri- marily to taking a much needed rest and enjoying the baths and seeing her old friends. One of the high spots of her visit was a public reception at the nurscs' home which was beautiful- ly decorated for tim occasion. Dr. George B. Fletcher. Presi- dent of St. Joseph's Medical Staff paid tribute to the heroine nurse in behalf of St. Joseph's and Bill Seiz, Jr., president of the Cham- ber of Commerce, presented her with a solid gold fountain pen and pencil set. The reception was staged in the same room where on August 31, 1938, Lt. Ludlow was one of nine nurses to receive diplomas. Lt. Ludlow worked at the Army and Navy General Hospital for six months before being sworn in as an army nurse August 3, 1939. She left Hot Springs for the Philippines June 21, 1941. The St. Joseph's cadet nurses in training presented the army nurse with a solid gold identifica- tion bracelet at a banquet given by the Sisters of Mercy during her visit. Greater Little Rock Activities St. Edward's at 8:00 o'clock, Miss Lillian Sum- St. Andrew's mers, president, presiding. On Monday, Tuesday and Wed- nesday, April 23rd, 24th, and 25th, High Mass of Special Intention for the success on the United Na- tions Conference held at San Francisco April 25th, will be said, followed by special Drayers. Novena for the Feast of Our Lady of Good Counsel the Patron of Good Counsel Church which began last Thursday, April 19th, will come to a close on Thursday, April 26th, the Feast of Our Lady of Good Counsel with a High Mass at 8:30, for a Special Intention. Novena to St. Anthony is held every Tuesday morning after the 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 o'clock Masses. Blessing with the relic is given. Holy Eucharist and Little Flower Novena is held every Friday night at 7:30. Good Counsel St. Anthony So- dality will meet Thursday night, April 26th, in Good Counsel Hall at 8:00 o'clock. A social will fol- low the meeting. The weekly parish social held every Friday night in Good Coun- sel Hall at 8:15 o'clock, will be in charge of the Gee Cee Club, Friday, April 27th. Masses on Sunday at 7:00, 9:00 and 10:30. Novena for Peace and Victory every Sunday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock. Special instructions are given the children who will receive their First Holy ,Communion on Sunday, May 6th, at the 7:00 o'clock Mass. St. Patrick's North Little Rock Masses Sunday at 7, 9 and 11 o'clock. Confessions Saturday afternoon from 4 until 5 o'clock and before the 7 and 9 o'clock Masses Sun- day. Novena for victory and Bene- diction at 3 o'clock Sunday after- noon. The weekly social will be held in the hall at 8:15 o'clock Monday evening. It will he sponsored by the Holy Name Society with Ern- est Koehler, chairman of the o'clock Mass. The monthly meet- April committee in charge. ing will be held Tuesday night, Instructions in the rectory at April 24th, in Good Counsel l-lnl L 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. mr F. H. KUIPER, Jeweler 206 West Capitol Phone.2-4724 Little Rock, Ark. DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, POTTERY NOVELTIES AND GIFTWARE We repair all kinds of plain and complicated watches, clocks, and Jewelry. Mall orders solicited. All work guaranteed. Prices moderate. For 25 years head watchmaker of largest local Jewelry store. -- _._- Masses on Sunday at the Cathe- :lral are at 6, 7, 9, 10 and 11:00 Holy Souls' Chapel are at 7:30 and 9:00 o'clock. Sunday night there will be a No- vena in honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal followed hy Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament beginning at 7:30 p.m. Novena in honor of St. Teresa, the Little Flower, on Wednesday morning following the 7 and 8 o'clock Masses. Confessions are heard at the Cathedral every Saturday from t:00 to 6:00 nd from 7:30 to 8:30 m the evening. Confessions at Holy Souls' Chap- el every Saturday afternoon from 2 to 2:30. The regular "Inquiry Class" will be held at the Cathedral Rectory, 802 Center St., Tuesday evening at 7:45, or any other night dur- ing the week (except Wednesday or Saturday nights) by appoint- ment. St. Edward's Sunday services: Masses, 5:30, 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00. There will be a Solemn High Mass at 8:30 in honor of St. Joseph, sponsored by St. Joseph Society, in homage to their Patron Saint. The mem- bers of the Society and all men of the Parish are invited to re- ceive Holy Communion in a body in this Mass. After this Mass all men of the Parish will be guests at a Communion Breakfast, served by the Mother-Altar Society. The subject of the sermon in all Masses will be: "Saint Joseph, Patron of the Universal Church." The Mass at 11:00 will be a Low Mass. Novena of the Sacred Heart of Jesus will be held at 7:30 p.m. Weekday services: Daily Mas- ses at 6:30 and 8:30 a.m. Novena of Our Lady of Perpet- ual Help. Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The services will be followd by a social. Everybody is welcome. Good Counsel The Good Counsel Gee Cee Club will receive Holy Communion on Sunday, April 22nd. at the 10:30 Offering a Framed Picture with an Individual Metal Name Plate with Title of Picture and Name of Artist. These pictures have an oil painting effectno glass. The lIoly Family, by Chambers, over all sixe 12x15, at .... $5.00 Christ In Gethsemane, by Itoffman, over all size, 12x15, at $5.00 * ar Other subjects by Chambers In the same frame e: Sacred Heart of Jesus; The Immaculate Heart of Mary; Ligbt of the World, each .............................. ----, .......... $5.00 Special oilette 18x15, Sacred Heart of Jesus and Immacmae Heart of Mary, each -7- ....... $?.0 Play To Be Held April Little Rock. -- St. Edward's School will have its annual School play on Sunday, April 22, at 8:00 p.m. The grade pupils will stage a three act play, "Queen by the Grace of God". The following characters will be represented: Queen Leandra--Bettye Ainsworth Lady Loraine--Lorine Frederick Lady Olivia--Winifred Thomp- son Lady Cordelia--Frances Byrd Lady Beatrice--Rose Mary Nab- holz First Court Lady--Elizabeth Long Second Court Lady--Joan Eros Guards--Charles Heman and Bill Frank Hoyt Pages--Harold and Lynn Niemann Violette--Patricia Land Griselda--Emogene Cumnock Countess Mercedes--Phyllis Ham- pel Julia (her daughter)-- Patricia Nord Guardian Angel--Carolyn Elms CherubsGertrude Cumnock and Emily Sargent Joanna--Dolores Frederich Luitgard--Polly Ann Eichelman Rose Maiden Dancers: Barbara Ellis, MarBle Yeager, Selma Joe Gilmore, Beulah Marie Harris, Theresa Knoll, and Anita Lannie. Daisy Chain Dancers--Barbara Kresse, Mary Frences Sarna, Mary Ann Bopp, Freda Deuerling, Fay Peach, Mary Frances Breyel and Patricia Land. Imps are--Billy Long, Billy Hart, Leland Cupples, Proctor Taylor, Herman Hanggi, Oliver Eichelman, Johnny Bopp, George Hart, and Michael Belmont. The following will dance the Minuet: Therese Knoff and Rich- ard Byrne; Mary Frances and Johnny Rumbach, Dolores Fred- erich and Roman Bujarski, Joan Eros and William Deuerling, Bet- tye Ainsworth and Freddie Lon- ginotti. The Flower Girls are--Betty Jo Roses ] Shrubbery t Plants | , Phone 2-3600 | MORRISO N J" THE HA,]R HATS MEN'S CLEANED AND BLOCKED 1 SEMiNARY NEWN I Finishing Exams, Seniors To Receive Subdeaconate May '26 The members of the Senior I flowing love of God, and love of Class, ten in all, have successful- ly passed their canonical exami- nations which started on Wednes- day morning, April llth, and which were concluded at noon, April 15th. Their success is a testimony of over three years of prayer, study, and perseverance, and many recent months of in- tensified review in preparation. In their splendid accomplishment, which won the praise of the faculty, we find a cause for hearty congratulations, and an answer to our prayers. The Very Rev. Msgr. James E. O'Connell, Rector, presided over the examinations and questioned the scholars on the subject of Pastoral Theology. The Board of Examiners consisted of the Rector; the Very Rev. Msgr. Thomas L. Keany, professor of Moral The- elegy; the Very Rev. Msgr. Ed- ward P. Garrity, professor of Sacred Liturgy; Rev. Patrick M. Lynch, professor of Homiletics :and Apologetics; Rev. Claiborne Lafferty, professor of Dogmatic Theology; and Rev. Lawrence P. Graves, professor of Fundamental Moral Theology. The joy of the future levites was intensified with the an- nouncement of the date on which they will be ordained sub-dea- cons. On May 26th these ten men will sacramentally consecrate themselves to God by the recep- tion of the first oI the Major Or- ders, the Subdeaconate. They will don the alb and be vested with tim maniple and tunicle, the vestments of the Order. They will make the vow of perpetual celibacy and take upon them- selves the obligation of reciting daily the Divine Office. Seven dioceses are represented among these men, namely, Little Rock, by Messrs. Joseph W. Wen- ger, Aloysius G. Dunleavy and William K. Wellman; Dallas, by Messrs. William J. McCoey and James J. Reilly; Grand Island, by Mr. Cletus P. Semper; Burlington, by Mr. William R. Mulligan; San Diego, by Mr. Francis J. Ross; Lincoln, by Mr. John P. Gadient; and Tucson by Mr. Paul M. La- rocque. Arthur O'Sullivan Speaker At Academia Meeting: On Sunday morning, April 15th, the Academia of St. John's Semi- nary conducted its monthly meet- ing in the Major House Recrea- tion Hall. Mr. James R. Whalen, Chairman of the Academia Com- mittee introduced Mr. O'Sullivan who discussed "The Church and Social Order." Mr. Whalen in- dicated the great scope of the topic and the impossibility of cov- ering the entire question in one, or in many meetings. For prac- tical reasons he indicated that the talk would be limited to general principles of prime importance to the missioner. In his talk Mr. O'Sullivan stressed the point that the es- sence of the Church's teaching on matters social is charity. The missioner must possess an over- Frederick, Dana Broderick, Carol Ann Belmont, Geraldine Wil- liams, Mary Therese Spinnen- weber, Dorothy Freeman. men for God. The missioner in foreign and backward lands must be the prominent figure of the commumty not only in matters spiritual but also in matters civil. He must have power and the means to exert the power, that is the love and following of the people, if he is to succeed in the inculcation of Catholic principles. For the most part the backward peoples of the mission lands are slow at learning but prompt at imitating. Unless the missioner has such outstanding qualities that they can be easily preceived and imitated his life as a missioner will be most difficult, and most disappointing. "In the pagan cities we find mansions, the great Roman baths and arenas. We find all the things necessary for the rich and noble to satisfy their epicurean thirst. In the dismal part of the city we find the poor living in slums, the like of which is not to be found today. We find the neglected sick, and the homeless. But come back to that city after Christianity has become victor and we find the mansions turned into hospitals for the poor, homes for the aged, or- phanages, and provisions for the poor. "We find through the ages that the great Roman Empire gained the adjective "holy" and until the time of the Protestant Revolution, we found the principles of the Church inculcated in the govern- ment of the Christian world. But concomitant with the Revolution we find the evil of Nationalism, and the Church was ignored, its principles discarded, resulting in the chaos of selfishness, the abuse of capitalism." Mr. O'Sullivan treated briefly of the missionary success in Paraguay by the Jesuit Fathers, of the Franciscans in California, and of the Scheut Fathers in Mon- golia. He pointed out that the ratio of Catholics in China was one in 165, but in Mongolia one for every thirty-five inhabitants. Bringing the figures home he pointed out that in Arkansas the ratio was one in fifty-seven, and in North Carolina one Catholic for every 285 inhabitants. In conclusion Mr. O'Sullivan stated that the missioner must be a man of brains and brawn, but above all a man of profound spirituality. If he is to be suc- cessful he must have a sincere love of God, not only an internal love, but a love manifested by his every word and action as well as thought. Campbell, Mallory & Colvert INSURANCE OF ALL KIND8 Aetna Floor Wallaee Bid. Phone 4-0225 Prayer Book For Everybody 523Main St. Ph. 9978 . DA PLUMBING COMPANY PLUMBING--IIEATING Serving Little Rock Since 1897 Plumbing And Heating " REPAIR SPECIALIST r GEO. 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