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S'gNAL a LIALL IT.S nd SOCIA AND ...... . STORIES or Send Social Items to The Guardlan SUBMITTED 309 West Second St., Phone 5486, by] MUST BE o0n Tuesday. | SIGNED Louise Prendergast, Fort announces the marriage of Margaret, to Master B. Reding, of bispo, Calif. The core- place Thursday, April 5 F. A. Regiment Chap- L. F. Obrist, for- Robinson, perform- and celebrating e bride wore a dressmaker's suit and meetings so all members are now advised that they must attend Scout meetings each Friday eve- ning at 7 p. m. if they wish to keep in good standing and ab- sences will now be excused only upon presentation of a written ex- cuse signed by a parent of the absentee. The meeting was especially en- joyable as there were games and boxing matches ,for entertainment. -ssories. Mrs. Clara Olson, The committeemen present were nly attendant, was in Messrs. Wilson, Sargent, Doig and' eding, the daughter of Pfauser, with of course our Scout- lliam Prendergast and master, Mr. Spinnenweber. is the sister of J. Prendergast, Bus- of The Guardian, Francis X. Prender- St. Joseph's Church, She attended St. Anne's Fort Smith, and was a of last fall from St. Vin- of Nursing. Sergeant the son of Mrs. Leo G. St. Mary's, Kansas. Fol- ceremony, the wedding was served' at the  apartment at San Luis. Sergeant Harry H. Me- best man. i r. Brugnone left Sunday LJ olfis, Me., to attend the o:'. her niece Catherine. be gone for several days. A. Vogler, son of Mrs. 1301 Barber Ave. United States in Jan- stationed in India, a relatives last week The Indian Patrol of Troop Four had a hike on Saturday, April llth at 2:30 a. m., starting in North Little Rock and proceeding via Fort Roots to a point up the river approximately five miles from North Little Rock. The boys pitched camp, built fires, cooked lunches and swapped stories. The Scouts voted the Rev. Adam Mi- cek a No. 1 "Good Scout" as he went along on the hike, doing all the things the boys did and in addition took pictures of the land- scape and the Scouts. First Aid was not needed on this hike (rather a novelty for a Scout hike) however it was feared for a time that there might be casualties caused by overeating. One poisonous and one non- poisonous snake were .killed and many a target was missed, but they all had a swell time. The Scouts on the hike were Pfauser, Sprick, Doig, Miller and Page and also Alfred Schnebelen and Jimmie Doig, the latter two , Mass Before Bataan In this picture taken before the fall of Bataan. Mass is being cele brated at a hospital of the U. S.-Fllipino Forces somewhere on the Bataan peninsula. Wounded who were able to walk, and some mere2 r$ f t_llv l!q.faJ 99.rps, assisted at the Mass celebrated here every .... , morning. (N.C.W.C> are not members of the Indian ,errant meeting of Mr. Patrol.--Jack Doig, Troop No. 4 Alumnae Association scribe. Sunday, April 26th, Troop 11, St. Andrew's Cathedral St. Patrick's Church rooms at the con- By Jerry Wrape The P. T. A. will sponsor a dance a. m. All members Troop 11 met at St. Andrew's in the parish hall Friday night, to be present, hall on April 17, 1942. May 8. Members of the commit- fls ers' Club will Papers containing information tee in charge are: Mrs. Emile about the Camp-O-Roe and events Thirion, chairman; Mrs. R. L. Ben- nett, Mrs. A. C. May, Mrs. Fred )ly p" m.SoulsOn MondaY,school. AprilMrs. toWhiChpatrolWillleaders.Ccur' were distributed Feasey, Mrs. T. C. Quinn, Mrs. Jno. wis president, asks that Patrols held separate meetings Riley, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Coch- be present. . during the troop meeting. One ran, and Mrs. Carl Glover. : ::- patrol decided to ride their bl- The weekly social in the hall - cycles to the Camp-O-Roe: The Monday night at 8 o'clock will other patrol hasn't decided yet. be sponsored by the P. T. A., Mrs. Knots which the scouts did not Thomas Jones chairman. know how to tie were demonstrat- Instructions will be given in the rectory Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. ed. The scouts were then dis- St. Edward's Church. missed. Ship 11, St. Andrew's Cathedral Third Sunday after Easter. By Max Friend, Jr. Masses will be celebrated at 5:30, ) Ship 11 did not have a meeting 7, 8:30 and 11 a. m. The subject this week because of bingo in the of the sermon in all Masses is " "Vows " # new hall. No. 4, St. Edward's ur of the Boy Scouts regular weekly meeting April 10th in hall. Seven- 30 members compris- op were present. ting was called' to or- the leadership of Patrol of the Indian Pa- of Sr. Patrol It was felt necessary to correct the absences from further it I FROM Members of Ship 11 went to Lake Hamilton to get their boats and bring them into Little Rock for repair. Leaving St. Andrew's Cathedral after 6 o'clock Mass, we arrived at Lake Hamilton at 8:30. Upon arriving we got the two boats and parked them at Mr. Hill's house. We engaged in water activities such as: Swimming, life-saving, and rowing merit badges, although the water was a bit cold. We went into Hot Springs for dinner, and then returned to the lake to en- gage in more water activities. We left Lake Hamilton about 3:30, ar- riving at Little Rock about 6, and took the boats to Skipper Lewis' house. Scouts participating in this were: Billy Browning, Bill Oberle, Dan Murphy jr., Fred Margrave, John B. Busby, Charles Woolford, Jay Hill, Harry Hastings jr., Conrad Rucker, Frank Letzig, J. J. Kel- ler, and Max Friend jr. ' TORY UNITED STATES DEFENSE" eNDS STAMPS Greater Little Rock Activities THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 24, 1942 .............. iviCtorY-c-ard Party To ..... Feature Mary's Day Fete PAGE THREE ........... cited for Bravery WAR NEEDS MONEY! : Velll cost money $$o defeat our enemy arssors. r OVernment calls on you tO help now. D>  Dafense Bonds or Stamps today. Make every i Y Bond Day by partluipatin in the Pay-roll Say. tan. .. , " onds cost $18.75 and up. Stamps are 10, 25 and up. Tile help Of every indivldual iS needed. D YOur part by buylng your share every pay day District 1, NCCW, To Hold Pot Luck April 29 Little Rock--Catholic women are invited to attend the District 1, quarterly meeting of the Dio- cesan Council of Catholic Women, which will be a pot luck lunch- eon at the home of Mrs. John Pruniski, 143 Crestview, Park Hill, on April 29, Mrs. Granville Sut- ton, district president, has an- nounced. The business session will follow he luncheon. Officers for the coming year will e named at this meeting, Mrs. Sutton said. St. Andrew's Mothers' Club Elects Officers Little Rock.--St. Andrew's Ca- thedral Mothers' Club P. T. A. Little Rock.--The P. T. A. of! Mount Saint Mary's Academy will sponsor a "Victory" benefit card party, May let, in the academy gym, from 2 to 5 p. m., under the chairmanship of Mrs. J. B. Finley. Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. Finley or from any St. Mary's stu- dent. There will be around 12 door prizes and each table will: have a 25-cent defense stamp as the table prize. Mrs. Beck Heads USO Hospitality Committee Sunday Little Rock--Mrs. Joseph Beck, chairman of the Club Hospitality I Committee for Sunday, April 26, has announced that her committee will serve rolls and coffee to the, Coffee Club at the U. S. O. Club, operated by the National Catholic Community Service. In the after- noon, ham sandwiches and cof- fee will be served' to the service men and their guests. Mrs. Beck's committee will consist of Mrs. Ar- thur Alexander, Mrs. W. S. Al- len, Mrs. D. E. Richard, Mrs. A. A. Oberle. Mrs.' Ray Kemp and Mrs. M. Gray. Anyone wishing to entertain any of the service men at their homes are asked to telephone the U. S. O. Club, number 4-3982. Many of the service men attend Mass' in Little Rock and spend the remaining day at the U. S. O. Club or in town. They would enjoy a good home-cooked meal and the atmosphere of a Catholic home. If you happen to be taking an automobile drive on Sunday after- noon, why not take a soldier or two with you? Again, the service The victory card party is the principal activity of the annual May day fete at the academy. The day's celebration will begin at 9:30 in the morning, when Bar- bara Eck, a member of this year's First Communion class will have the honor of crowning the statue of Our Blessed Mother, Queen of May in the convent chapel. Rose Ann Turgeon will carry the crown and Betty Parker will carry the lily. Preceding the crowning, Joan Osborn, vice-prefect of the So- dality, will lead the procession of students around the campus, and Mary Hoban, Sodality prefect, will read the act of consecration. A special plate lunch will be served in the school dining hall at noon. During the course of the afternoon the students will enjoy various kinds of sports contests. In the evening, an informal dance in the school gym will close the May Day celebrations. : Holy Father To Broadcast On Jubilee Vatican City (E)--On the 25th anniversary of his episcopal con- secration, Wednesday, May 13, His Holiness Pope Plus XII will broad- cast a message from the Vatican City Radio Station at 6:30 p. m., Rome Time, which is 12:30 p. m., Eastern War Time. On the following day, Ascen- sion Thursday, His Holiness will celebrate Mass for the faithful of his Diocese of Rome in St. Peter's Basilica at 11 a. m., Rome Time, which is 5 a. m., Eastern War Time. The ceremony will be broad- Among the Army nurses who es. caped from Bataan before it fell to the Japanese was First Lieu. tenant Floramund Fellmeth, a Catholic nurse of Chicago and graduate of St. Elizabeth's hos- pital there. She enlisted in the Army Nurse Corps in 1936 and again in 1940, and was command- er of a unit which worked cour- ageously in field hospitals on Sac taan peninsula. General MacAro thur has cited her for bravery aboard a hospital ship while it was being bombed..(N.c.W.C.) Only try to love our Lord more, and to become more one with Him, then you can trust yourself to His mercy, and you will never have more to trust to Him, than His mercy is equal to. met Thursday in the school par- lors, with Mrs. Bernard T. Heinze, president, presiding. The Very Rev. Msgr. Francis A. Allen open- ed the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Henry Barre, treasurer, read the treasurer's and secretary's reports in the absence of the secretary, Lee Weber, who was ill. Plans were made for the annual picnic for the children of the school in May. The nominating committee, Mrs. Edith Flanigan, chairman, Mrs. Fred Balch and Mrs. Geo. Heinen presented the nominations of the new officers for the coming year and they were elected as follows: Mrs. W. C. Bray, Jr., president; Mrs. F. A. Zachert, 1st vice president; Mrs. Bernard T. Heinze, 2nd vice president; Mrs. Frank L. Johnson, secretary; Mrs. H. T. Dempsey, treasurer; Mrs. Geo. L. Heinen, historian. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Carroll Keatts, Mrs. Alvin Bujarski and Mrs. Bernard Heinze. Guests were the 1Rev. John E. Murphy and the Rev. Amos H. Enderlin, Cathedral assistants. All men of the parish are in- vited to receive Holy Communion in the 7 o'clock Mass. After this Mass the men will have their an- nual Communion breakfast in the basement hall, sponsored by Saint Joseph society, St. Edward's Church will stage a rare celebration in the 8:30 o'clock Mass when Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Hanson will be present to celebrate their golden wedding an- niversary. Evening devotions will be held at 7:30 p. m. with Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Masses during the week will be at 6:30 and 8 a. m. Novena of Our Lady of Per- petual Help, Tuesday night at 7:30. Friday being the first Friday of May and the feast of the Apos- tles SS. Philip and James, there will be a High Mass at 8 a. m. and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament at 7:30 p. m. Social Activities. Circle No. 4 will stage a bingo party for the entertainment of our people and friend's Tuesday night beginning at 8:15. Goed Counsel Church, Sunday, April 26, is the patron feast of Our Lady of Good Coun- sel Church. Novena of special prayers will close, Sunday night, with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament, and the Holy God We Praise Thy Name. The Good Counsel Senior Play- ers will receive Holy Communion on Sunday, April 26th, at the 7 o'clockmass. The monthly meet- ing will be held Monday night, April 27, at 8 o'clock in Good Counsel hall. Next Sunday, May 3, the chil- dren who have been under special instruction, will receive their first Holy Communion at the 7 o'clock Mass. After Mass the children and their parents will be served breakfast in Good Counsel hall by the Good Counsel P. T. A. Next Sunday, May 3, the May procession, the crowning of the Blessed Mother statue will take place at 3 o'clock. After the act of consecration, the First Com- munion children will be enrolled men would enjoy your company cast throughout the world. and also the opportunity to see :  " :-- ,, the many interesting sights of rh. Wlt,. (?m,,.,!! w=,,,]vM / Greater Little Rock Just stop by , ....  ..... ",',"7  ..... '. ew rlonors at vat,can the club, the boys will be there. . .... . :: v vazican uiy. (IC).--The Rev. Dr. A^ ^]l--. Walter S. Carroll, American priest --s -Iie"art" " I'CILU.}, OI.,Ibb'IILLi;IL attached to the Papal Secretariat / -r  - __  of State, has been appointed to mew 00ttar [the Supreme Council of the Mis- -----r'" Company I ................ [ sionary Union of the Clergy, repre- "[ T  .... /"L .-,.t.,,.,7 I senting the English-speaking peo- tTt I..A2,Ct k../bCl,CI, I ples. 4 and Main Sts. 1 New York. (IC).--The new per- The appointment of Dr. Carroll, Phone 9111 IIii /nanent sitar in the Lady Chapel who is a priest of the Diocese of of St. Patrick's Cathedral was sol- Pittsburgh, was made by His Emi- l emnly consecrated on April 13 nonce Pietro Cardinal Fumasoni- L|ttle Rock, Ark. | by the Most Rev. Francis J. Spell- Biondi, Prefect of the Sacred Con- _._____..9 man, Archbishop of New York. gregation for the Propagation of After the consecration ceremony, the Faith. Archbishop Spellman celebrated  : : the first Mass at the new altar, which replaces the temporary altar at which he celebrated his first Mass in America after his ordination in Rome in 1916. The new altar, with table of Tavernelle marble and adorned on the front with marble inlay de- picting the Annunciation, is sur- mounted by a white marble statue of the Blessed Virgin which is to be known as "Our Lady of New York." Replicas of the statue have been placed in all classrooms of the Cardinal Hayes Memorial High School, and in virtue of the facul- ties attached to his office Arch- bishop Spellman has granted an indulgence of 100 days to all who recite the prayer, "Our Lady of New York, pray for us," at any time and at any place. Archbishop Spellman offered the first Mass on the new altar for the benefactors, both living and dead, who are responsible for the Lady Chapel and its adornment. The chapel itself was the gift of the late Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kelly and their sons, Eugene and Thomas Hughes Kelly. The new altar was given by George J. G]I- lespie. Relics from the Holy Sepulchre, the veil of the Blessed Virgin and the mantle of St. Joseph were among those placed in the altar during the consecration ceremony. With them were i'elics of Saint Joachim and Saint Ann, father and mother of the Blessed Virgin; the Three Magi, St. Luke, St. Mat- in the scapular. Friday, May 1, the first Friday of the month, Masses at 6, 7 and 8 o'clock. The children will re- thew, St. Matthias, St. Paul, St. ceive Holy Communion at the 8 Peter, St. Simon, St. Peter Claver o'clock Mass. and St. Rose of Lima. Build'ors night this Friday night,  " - April 24, will be in charge of St. Better is it tolave a small per- Anthony society, tion of good sense with humility, On Thursday, April 30, a re- and a slender understanding, than quiem anniversary High Mass will great treasures of many sciences be celebrated for Dr. Edward Ms- with vain self-complacency. _ honey at 8 o'clock for the repose o, 00ou,. 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