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April 26, 1930     Arkansas Catholic
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Mrs~f"~ilton Broxmeier and little .... J .... .... t At St. Patrick's sale. daughter, Mary Lou, of Quincy, Ill., bons, placed about a bridge doll, the left the past week for home after a lucky one bearing the name Of the visit with her mother honoree. About 25 guests enjoyed the s Church Paln" Mrs. F. L. Schwantz in her home on hospitality of the three ~harm~ngl ed Easter y It was con months ducted by Rev. Fr. Bertrand Rob( r'./-%IIINUIYI JUI3ILP_.P.., Ut" ) O ,DINATION By M. Massiani. N. C. W. C. Paris April 14.--A rare cere-rI (By N. C. W. W. P~ome, April 11.--- r~ueoner, .~lma he had climbed to the top rung ofI Walsh, Mary Kathe, Nancy Shea ........... I the ladder. Leaving a clientele that~ this grand old church. Extensive experiments with fer- bishop, owed allegiance Kathleen Delaney, MillicentLouis, 13"mr:'an~4b rqorth Parkway, ar~rS-" dsepne:nnUo?:e:~ was netting him between $100,000 ! Rev. Leo M. Shea, a former Mem-tilizers for important truck crops in Portuguese dioceses so~ Mary E. Flannery, Anne Eaton, ......... Blanche, to Mr. Ray H.~ioran oilit $150,000 ........ a year, he started the phis boy, delivered the sermon: Arkansas .... are being conducted by the !distant. ~ne engagement of tnelr~augnter, i . . choosing as his subject "Faith, Yes- Frmt and Truck Branch Experimenti Indm, Ceylon, and Bu Catherine Shea, and Prudence Curia- . ., upward grade again, but w~th no terday, Today and Forever." Rev Station at Hope. This is a branch der the Most Rev. Are to. They were accompanied byMemphls," formerly of Wichita," *%an-" ! monetary m~eres~, rne _peopJe wno t* Fr. Shea is stationed at the Domini- of the State Agricultural Experi- [ward, Apostolic Delegate ,to' -- , . , i were so fortunate to hear him, could Tony D'Amore at the piano. A mock sas. "1'de marriage will take pmce~. - I can House of Studies River Forest I ment Station, and is in charge of G. iclude a total Catholic pop trial was staged by pupils of the 5th th~ earl a ....... readily attest the su~ccess he is achlev- Ill. W. Ware assistant dir, i 3,180,136. grade. Anthon McCartb the de- Y p r~ oI dune in tne bacreu~ ..... : : = < ~r~. ~.~luhno, ~rs. u. Kobertson, .....Mrs. A. Whalen, Mr, J. Egan, Mrs. .... M. Billingsley and,Miss L. Perfette, Wednesday afternoon the ladies of St. Mary's had their chance with : ]times. C; I. Fuchs, N. Lee and J. B, Delaney. In each instanee attractive ~zes were awarded and 'deliclous" home.made candy was sold' On Saturday aftrn~on, April 26, the Lourdes Circle of the Imam,culate .... ~nception Church will at ..... ~" ....... ~ ...... ~--" ~- nsnments m our city and his cars are ~MSGR. SEIPEL RESIGNS V DR. HEALY KNIGHT OF tini, S. C.; and the Rev: J~ her sister, Mrs, Jno. Schmacker, at-the disposal of any of our Catholic AS HEAD OF AUSTRIA / ORDER OF ISABEL meoni, S. C, which took place last week' Sisters, at any time. CHRISTIAN SOCIAL PARTY~ ------- ] / He is not a song writer by pro- Vienna, Austria, April 21.--Amid! Washing'ton, April 17.--Dr. Whom' N. C. C. W. CONVENTi~ :/ Deaths fession, and the announcement of speculation and rumor Msgr. Ignaz as H. Healy, Assistant Dean of the DATES ARE CHA~ Tire Schipa came as a complete sur-[ Seipel, Austria's priest-stateman, who [ School of Foreign Service and Asso- TO SEPTEM~! Mrs Margaret O,Neil Sullivan, 64, prise to him. We congratulate Capt. " " ' " " resigned from the Chancellorship of icmte Pro~essor oz International Law, -------- :~ wife of C. P. Sullivan, retired/city Hinton and wish for him continued the nation a year ago' has also givenlat Georgetown University, has just Washington, April : , fireman, died at I0:30 Sunday morn- successes. We hope some of our Ar-up his chairmanship of the Christian been advised by His Excellency, Se- for the tenth annual ing at her rime, 1683 Exchange Ave. kansas readers wili tune in on the~, Social party. Monsignor Seipel has nor Don Alejandro Padilla, Spanish the National Council Mrs. Sullivan was born in Ireland night of May 1, and hear this love!not commented on his resignation lAmbassador to~ the United ,States, Y,'omen, to I)e held in and came to Memphis as a child. Be- song of written by one of and is keepihis counsel as to the that .of Spain has just grant- have been chan sides her hu the rank Vin0~5 so s tracts for sale of the as halt have mg authority on the O~gins of Modt ~g~.inchang, in c~rcc~re ofof thetl e