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THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 29, 1938 PAGE THRFV. ALL SOCIAL' ONAL and - I OFFICE BY, or Send Social Items to The Guard'NOON/ TUES 3091/2 W. Second St. Phone 5486.|DAY party and hooked rug sponsored by the Mt. St. Alumnae Association, will at the academy on Tucs- teernoon and evening, May rug exhibit will open at rn. and continue in the eve- Tickets are 25 cents. Every- cordially invited to attend. Saturday night, April 30, Will be held at the home and Mrs. Ben Meyers for of the St. Anne's in Levy. Mrs. Meyers is of the committee in and she will be assisted Cecilia Gangluff, Mrs. Perrin, Mrs. Frank Knoff Henry Boerner. F. Porbeck, Jr., has re- Notre Dame University, Ind., after spending vacation with his par- and Mrs. George Per- at their home on Mar- George, who is a of Catholic High school, the Junior Prom at Mt. Academy last Friday GOod Counsel P.-T. "A. will a luncheon to be served High school with the class of '36. On Monday, May 2, the annual May day celebration will be held at Mt. St. Mary's academy. In the afternoon and evening a card and tango party will be sponsored by the St. Mary's P.-T. A., with Mrs. R. Engles and Mrs. A. R. Mouton co-chairmen. Luncheon, field sports and various booths will also be featured. An invitation is ex- tended to all to enjoy tlis enter- tainment. Mrs. Summers Moore, president of the Brinkley unit of the N. C. C. W. and vice president of dis- trict No. 9, attended the spring meeting of the West Tennessee Deanery of the National Council of Catholic Women, which was held at Jackson, Tenn., on Thurs- day, April 21. The Good Counsel Senior play- ers will sponsor a card party and bingo game in the school hall on Friday ecening, May 6. There will be an attractive prize at each table and a large number of door prizes. This affair is for the bene- fit of the new church building fund. on.Monday, May A card party and social, spon- ha Connelly is chair- sored the members of the Sanc- [ by is affair and she will]tuary Socie.ty of St. Jotm's clmrch libY a capable commit- I in held at the home Brinldey, was nvitation is extended I of Mrs. Thomas Kelly, Sr., on be present. Tuesday evening, April 26. The [party was under the direction of spring card party of lMrs. Kelly and more than G0 High school will be afternoon and 9, at the Catholic The party this the direction of Mrs. Slattery, who will be a large committee. As- Slattery will be Mrs. Mrs. A1 Rust, Borden, Mrs. John Mrs. James McCarthy, Miles, Mrs. Paul Mrs. Michael O'Brien, Hart, Mrs. Eugene Mrs. Har- Mrs. Joe Oberle, McDonald, Mrs. W. T. Mrs. Walter Koehler, Vogier, Mrs. Win. J. E. Gehrki, Mrs. Mrs. C. Metrailer, .Raley, Mrs. Paul Park- Meinart and Mrs. Harris, son of Mrs. A. 1624 Broadway, and in the College of En- at the University of has received a cash having maintained a average of 94 per cent year. His average in the class. Rus- from the Catholic guests were in attendance.. Stewart-Luctkemeyer The wedding of Miss Ruth Stewart and Edwin W. Luetkemey- er has been announced by Miss Stewart's sister, Mrs. John L. Priest, the ceremony having been solemnized at 9 o'clock Monday morning, April 25, at St. Andrew's Cathedral with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Yames P. Moran officiating. The bride wore a white satin dress and short veil of illusion and she car- ried a prayer book from which fell a shower of lilies of the val- ley and sweetheart roses. Miss Arlene Luetkemeyer, sister of the bridegroom, was the bride's only attendant and she wore a dress of rose with gold accessories and carried a bouquet of roses and snapdragons. Robert Berry was best man and the ushers were Dennis Dallas and John Priest. Following the 'ceremony an in- formal breakfast was served at the Albert Pike hotel for the bridal party and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Luetkemeyer departed for a wedding trip to Oklahoma, after which they will live in Lit- tle Rock, where the bridegroom is employed with the Black and White Stores, Inc. ALENDAR Catholic High Carnival Card Party on Monday, May 9 Catholic High Carnival and Parochial school track meet. ST. IVIARy' P.-T. A.mMeets second Thursday of each month. LUncheon at 1:00 p. m. AID SOCIETY--,_Meets every first Monday of the month in the Cathedral School parlors, 503 E. 6th St., 2:00. C P.-T. A.mMeets the third Thursday of every month in athedral School Parlors, 503 E. 6th St., at 2:30 p. m. P.-T. A.Meets every third Wednesday of the month Lt 2 p. m. HIGH SCHOOL P.-T. A.Meets the second Monday ,of each month at 2 p. m. -EW'S MEN'S CLUB.Meets the second Monday of each month in the Cathedral school hall, 505 E. 6th St., at 8 p. m. 11 of the CATHEDRAL BOY SCOUTS.Meets in the Cathe- dral school hall, 505 E. 6th St., every Thursday evening T:aO. 0OUNSEL p.. T. A.Meets the second Friday of the month in the school hall at 2:15 in the afternoon. VIRGIN'S SODALITY of St. Andrew's CathedralMeets every first and third Thursday at 7:30 p. m. in the Cathe- YOUNG PEOPLES' SOCIETYMeets every sec- ond Thursday of the month in Good Counsel hall. OF COLUMBUS, 4th Degree---Meetlng first Monday of month. STUDY CLUB---Meets every first and third Monday of each month at 7 p. m. in the Lena Latkin room of the Lib--. PI-Is MEN'S SOCIETY--Meets second Monday of each in Gogd Counsel Hall at 8 p. m. COLUMBUS--Meeting first and third Tuesday of each month at Knights of Columbus Hall, 809 Ssott St. C)..]pH,SR SOCIETY.Meets on the Thursday preceeding the Fourth Sunday of each month at 6:00 p. m. in St. Ed- Ward's hall. Monthly Holy Communion on the Fourth at 7:00 o'clock Mass. CMC CLUB---Meeting "is held on third Thursday of O" AMERICA, Our Lady of Perpetual Court No. 1223, meets every second Thursday in Cathedral School Parlors, 503 East 6th Street. KNIGHTS OF AMERICAMeet,, every 2nd Wednesday Lhe month, at 8 p. m., at St. ]dward's Church. WOMEN'S CLUB OF LITTLE ROCK.Meets Second Monday of each month. Dinner meeting at Peacock Tea Room at 6;In p. m. Cathedral Notes 4 . O II tlt" The annual May day celebration [ SECURING FOR HOME MISSIONS THE EDUCATION AND TRAIN- with the crowning of the statue lING OF WORTHY ECCLESIASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN S of the Blessed Mother will bc held [ HOME MISSION SEMINARY ........... Any full Burse or Share in an Incomplete Burse may be donated. Dona- at me amearat unoay evening tions, large or small, will be gratefully received and recorded. in conjunction with the perpet- A Burse is a sum of money invested and drawing enough interest to ual novena services in honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal at 7:45 p. m. A sermon will be preached by Monsignor Moran. The services will be brought to close with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Cathedral Aid Society The regular monthly meeting of the Cathedral Aid Society, Mrs. F. J. Woltman, president, will be held in the Cathedral school par- lors Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. .... Circle No. 5 Circle No. 5, Mrs. John L. Ken- ney, chairman, announces one of the activities to be held by this circle during the month of May. Tuesday, May 3, a raviola sale and luncheon will be held at the school hall with Mrs. M. D. Rossi in charge. Other announcements next week. ST. EDWARD'S 9th and Sherman MAY 1, 1938 Feast of Sts. Philip and James, Apostles Sunday Services Early Low Mass 5:30, adult's Communion Mass 7, children's Communion Mass 8:30. High Mass 10:30 a. m. Sermon text: "And other sheep I have that are not of this fold; them also I must bring, and they shall hear my voice, and there shall be one fold and one shepherd." John 10, 16. Today marks the first day of May and we shall begin our daily provide board, lodging and training for one seminarian. Requests for further information and the benefits shared by contri- butors, and likewise all donations, should be sent to the Rector, Rt. Rev. Msgr. James P. Gaffney, Ph. D., St. John's Seminary, Little Rock, Arkansas. St. John's Seminary Burses Complete St. Mary's Burse, Hot Springs; Msgr. Tobin Burse, Little Rock; Alumni Burse, in honor of St. John the Baptist; Bishop Byrne Burse; Rev. Joachim F. Galloni Burse. Bishop Fitzgerald Burse Incomplete This Burse is a memorial to the Most Reverend Edward Fitzgerald, second Bishop of Little Rock. From a benefactor ........ $ 50.00 Pupils St. Anne's academy 25.00 Anonymous, Hot Springs .... 50.00 Anonymous, N. L. R ....... 100.00 Msgr. Gallagher, Mena__ 100.00 Anonymous additional sums received 251.25 Anonymous additional sums received 430.00 For favors received ..... 2.00 Anonymous, Hot Springs.. 25.00 Anonymous 430.00 Anonymous, addn. sums__ 99.40 Mrs. J. J. Keller ____ 5.00 Thanksgiving 1.00 Anonymous .68 Victor Koers, L. R ..... 100.00 Mrs. Ernest Botto, Ft. Smith 100.00 Total $1769.33 Alumni Burse  In Honer of The Blesaed Trinity This Burse is the second foun- dation made by the priests who were ordained from St. John's Seminary. It is open to the clergy and the people in general who have the work and interest of the Seminary at heart. Previously aclmowledge&_$101.00 ,Anonymous ........ 81.43 In memory of Hugh McDevitt 25.00 Raymond Maus, Atkins _ 25.00 Hot Springs I0.00 In memory of Mrs. H. McMahon .............. I0.00 Memorial Crusade Unit __ 33.31 In memory of J. M. Schwartz 20.00 In memory of Mary F. Flaherty 100.00 M. P. Gengler 5.00 Monsignor Tynin 2.60 Father McDaid, 1926. 25.06 In memory of Msgr. Aretz 5.00 Mrs. E. M.S. 5.00 Father Schaefer 10.00 Total $723.40 Arkansas Courts Catholic Daugh- ters of America State Courts .................. $241.00 Knights of Columbus This Burse is a foundation by the Arkansas State Council to as- sist St. John's Seminary in the training of candidates for the priesthood. Reported to Aug. 31, 1932..$3665.65 State Council, 1933 ...... 177.75 State Council, 1934 .... 164.40 State Council, 1935 .... 201.80 Sate Council, 1936 .____ 178.00 State Council, 1937 .......... 194.80 Total .............................. $4,582.40 Sured Hcar Burle Balance, Feb. 1, 1930 .... $1041,05 Thanksgiving ................ 132.00 George Reidmuller ..... 5.00 L. P. Zurcher 2.60 Mrs. Ed Ash .. 2.00 M. P. Gengler 25.00 Seminary Sunday Donations 1Vlr. and 1Ylrs:M:"fii-l'(z .'-._ Victor Koers ................. Paresch Family ......... 1Urs. A. Hart .................... lirs. F. Margrave ............ Rules For 4th Degree K of C Historical Essay Contest 1. Contest is open to all registered students in the Catholic High Schools in the Diocese of Little Rock. 2. Contest consists of an essay of no less than 1,000 words, the subject of which will be "The Church and Modern Trends of Government." Essays should be typed double space on one side of the paper and should in no way indicate the name of the writer. The name, age, class and school of the writer should be typed on a separate sheet of paper clipped to the essay. 3. Entries must represent the personal efforts of the contestants. Consultation with pastors, teachers, parents or other adults is permissible if limited to general determination of content. 4. There will be three cash prizes in the amounts of $15.00, $10.00, and $5.00 offered. These will be donated by the members of the General Assembly. of the Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus. 5. An additional prize, an appropriate trophy, donated by John J. Craig, Master of the Fourth Degree, will be awarded to the school of which the first prize winner is a student and will become the permanent property of the school which wins this honor three consecutive times. 6. The closing date of the contest is May 5. 7. Contestants are requested to mail their essays to Miss Marie Danforth at, Monsignor Allen's office, 309 West Second Street, Little Rock, Arkansas, marked "Essay Contest." Here they will be code marked and the names of contestants recorded in separate file until the judges make their decision. 8. The judges of the contest will be announced in The Guardian of April 30 and the winners of the prizes in The Guardian of May 21. 9. Prizes will be awarded to the winners at the Com- mencement Exercises of the school in which the inners are registered. 10. All inquiries relative to the Essay Contest should be addressed to the Master of the Fourth Degree, Box 928, Little Rock, Arkansas. St. Patrick's To 45.21 2oo Have Annual 5.00 2.00 50o Carnival May 4 2.0{} and supper from 5 until 8 o'clock. The usual carnival features will be held on the grounds and new and added events have been in- cluded on the year's program. An attendance prize will be awarded at the conclusion of the day's pro- May devotion tonight at 7:30, com- bining the Eucharistic Hour with the monthly novena of Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Members of other churches are invited. Monthly Children's Communion Day In the 8:30 Mass today the school children of St. Edward's will keep !their regular monthly Commun- ion day. They take their places in church a little before Mass starts. They then say the open- ing prayers in common, after which they will sing: "Sing My Tongue the Saviour's Glory," at the Offertory they sing: "Jesus Thou Art Coming," and at the Elevation: "O Lord 1 am Not Worthy," and after Holy Com- munion: "Happy We Who Thus United." Between the hymns and after them the children alternate- ly with their leaders say the prayers of the Mass and of Holy Communion, in common. Preparation for Solemn Communion This week a number of chil- dren will be given a special course of instruction, daily, end- ing in a three day "Retreat," )reparatory for First Commun- ion and Solemn Communion next Sunday, May 8. According to the Decree, "Quam Singulari" of the Holy Father, and the ",Enabling Act" of His Excellency, the Bishop, promul- gating the application of the De- cree, "Quam Singulari," we admit little children, who have come to the use of reason, to Holy Com- munion, but in a private man- ner, without external solemnity, while those who are about 11 years of age are admitted to Solemn Communion, with all possible splendor and pomp. This cere- mony will take place next Sun- day, May 8. Weekday Services Every day during the month of May there will be May devotions. Two Masses will be celebrated each day, at 6:30 and 8 a. m. with special prayers in the 8 o'clock Mass and special devotions every day at 7:30 p. m., but featuring especially the devotions on Sun- day and Tuesday nights. Entertainment The Christian Mothers and Al- tar Society of St. Edward's will sponsor a "Big Card Party" Tues- day afternoon, beginning at 2 o'clock and continuing after the Solemn Novena at 7:30 p. m. in the basement hall. Table prizes and other door prizes and refresh- ments. A cordial invitation is ex- tended to all.--Rev. Lawrence Hoyt, O. S. B. The first meeting of Circle No. 6 was held Sunday evening, April 24. Eighteen enthusiastic mem- bers were present. Appointments were: Frank Fred- erick, chairman; Julian Nabh vice chairman; C. H. Gilbert, sec- retary, and George Heart, treas- urer. The next meeting will be held Sunday evening, May 10, after services. All members are urged to attend. Appreciation, Slovaktown.. 25.00 Alumnus, 1914 20.00 Alumnus, 1914 20.00 Alumnus, 1916 10.00 Alumnus, 1919 20.00 Alumnus, 1923 20.00 Alumnus, 1924 25.00 Alumnus, 1924 20.00 Alumnus, 1925 25.00 Alumnus, 1926 20.00 Alumnus, 1926 10.00 Alumnus, 1927 10.00 Alumnus, 1934 10.00 N. N., Paragould, Ark.,__ 10.00 Friends of Little Flower, Dixie, Arkansas 10.00 In memory of John M. Murray 10.00 Jubilee offering, P, elatlve of student ...... 10.00 lIsgr. Haeringer ......... 10.00 George Bergmon .............. 5.00 Memory of Msgr. Aretz_._ 10.00 Holy Angels Academy, 3onesboro ....................... 28.00 "J." Morrilton ................. 5.00 Memo.-'v of Beatrice Williams ........ 10.00 Mmory of Sarah Gallagher .............. 10.00 Memory. of Jcdm Gallagher ............... 1{}.00 Elizabeth B. Bailey ....... 50.00 Schwarz .................. 300.00 Cassie N. Coleman  25.00 Anonymous 184.08 Total $1925.94 Annual May Day Fete At Mount St. Mary's May 2 Little Rock.Mt. St. Mary's an- nual May Day fete will be held Monday, May 2. The day's activities will open at 9 o'clock, with procession, crowning of the Blessed Mother and Benediction. A special cafe- teria lunch will be served at noon. During the afternoon there will be a card party, tango, field sports and various booths. A card party Non-Catholic Leaves Gifts To Prelates ondon, April 11. 0C).Under the will of a non-Catholic, the late .Mr. James Henry Stephens, who left more than $4,500,000 largely to charity, His Eminence Arthur Cardinal Hinsley, Arch- bishop of Westminster, and the Most Rev. Peter Amigo, Arch- bishop of Southwark, each receiv- ed $10,000. and tango will also be evening fea- tures. All Mt. St. Mary's partons and friends are invited to attend. North Little Rock.--All plans for the annual spring carnival to i be staged by St. Patrick's parish were completed at a committee meeting held Wednesday night. Reports from committees indicated that everything was in readiness for the annual event and prepara- tions ate betng made for the ac- commodation of the largest crowd ever to attend. The affair will be staged on the grounds surrounding the recrea- tion hall at Twentieth and Maple streets, North Little Rock on the afternoon and evening of Wednes- day, May 4. A chicken dinner will be served in the recreation hall from 12 noon until 1:30 o'clock gram. The carnival has become an an- nual event that attracts several hundred persons other than mem- bers of the parish. New features are added each year and the com- mittee in charge of this year's af- fair promises an even larger va- riety. Plans for the carnival have been in progress for several weeks, the committees meeting weekly with the pastor, the Rev. Joseph M. Burns, who is actively at the head of the group. No prayer is ever lost; we may sometimes think it is, when we see our misery, but God Who gives the dispositions for prayer, also rewards the efforts we make. 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