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CARNIVAL of the Outstanding of Season--Large Earnestly to a Success. for the ammal Rock College, the of the institu- their efforts to this year even more , any yet held under College. "Pat week, the chair- cumin ittee,s who activities, under of Rev. Thomas L. of the Colege, enthusiastic meet- COmpleting arrange- n seems to connected with the these signs do not: event will meet with all expect it to of the pupils of of the twin cities North Little Rock a large number from both of these rivalry aroused last feature was inaugur- continued and has in- extent that a large will be (m hand to on the afternoon more than a hun- been made for the Which will easily be afternoon pogram. senior pupils over 12 all of the five par- classes for the boys held, with two groups of boys and girls age. Reports from to (late show that selected their the greatest amount been aroused in Previous years has for the excellent under the di- of the eneral Year the carnival self fortunate in se- to lake charge and with the assist- grOUp.of ladic: from the twin cities, Ma s. to supply the in a lnanner to be desired. of home cooked in the dining room immediately meet in the late tinuing until the satisfied. Innovation is to be out the entertain- carnival. Two lnade, one calling for "Par excellence" in and the other the holding of the Refectory in case Year, which proved Under the man- John Pruniski of North Little Rock, will be even more attractive this year, and with Mr. Pruniski in charge once again, no one douhts but that the entertainment of all star vaudeville will attract a still larger nuflber of people. With an athletic meet of school children &apos;for the afternoon program, a dance and entertainment in the eve- ning, with booths of all description scattered about the grounds in charge of competent matrons and ardent workers the College campus is going t;o be a big center of attraction for one day at least and from tim reports that l,'ather Keany, General Chairman, has been re(,eivinff from all or" the com- mittee in charge of these varied events, no one doubts but tlmt the car- nival this year will easily surpass in magnitu(le and inte:'est, any of like nature ever hehl in tim city. 1)uring the week Mr. C. C. Ruhin- stein, chairman of the advertising' committee, has been husy in placing auto stickers on all the crux-: of Ih'iend.(s of the College in the city, and this part of the work has attracted much attention and has nmde known the fact that a real "honest-to-goodness" carnival is going to be hehl on the College campus on Wedne:<iay. May 6th. Others who have been working an:l who promise to make their part of the day's program a success, are the fol- lowing chairmen of the various com- mittees in charge of the other attrac- tions at the carnival: Miss Mary Fruity, (lance committee; M2s. Joe Flynn, bingo committee; Mrs. Harry H. Meyers, cake and fancy booth committee; Mrs. George Gihnore, fish pond committee; pop an(t ice cream booth, Mr. "Pete" Garrett. and the candy booth Miss Mary Cooper, of Mr. St. Mary's Academy. The Rev. Thomas L. Keany, vice- president of the College and director of athletics is in charge of th6 entire program assisted by a large commit- tee of interested men an(t women in the twin cities, with Bernard Heinze as reasurer and Hugh Kearns as sec- retary. Harold Muvphy, captain o the 1924 football team and an all- around athlete, will be in charge of the athletic program which will oc- cupy the greater part of the after- noon of the carnival. In ad(lition to the above named, the pastors of all the clmrches in tim two cities of Little Rock and North Little Rock, as well as the membership of the faculty of the College and the en- tb'e student body of the College are at working with the greatest amount of enthusiasm to make this carnival one of the outstanding social events of the college year. The funds which will be raised through ths form of entertain- ments will be turned over to the ath- letic association of the College for the pl emotion of athletics (luring the com- ing' year. Father Keany with his large and enthusiastic committee extend a cor- dial invitation to all friends of the College to come out to the College grounds on Wednesday, May 6, the (late of the carnival, and enjoy a clay of wholesome fun and entertainment. Wednesday, May 6. from 3 in the aft- ernoon until midnight there will be something doing every minute of the tim at Little Rock College. The final meeting of the committee THE GUARDIAN, MAY 2, 1925. After celebrating 7:30 Mass for his Mena congregation, Msgr. Gallagber left for his mission at Egger, Ark., to hold the regular fourth Sunday services. Five little Mena girls and one boy made their First Holy Com- munion at the 7:30 Mass. ', Beginning with the first Friday, May 1, the summer schedule for sere- SEMINARY COL LECTION-EASTER 1925 ST. MARY'S CHURCH, North Little Rock. M. Cook ...................... $2.00 Mike Siepiela ................. 1.50 S. Lukaszewicz ................ 1.50 S. Garstka .................... 1.50 E. Wortsmith ................. 1.00 ices at St. Agnes Church will be oh- Ferd. Faryjewicz .............. 1.00 st've(1. Daily Mass wil be at 6:30 Frank Barren .................. 1.00 instead or 7 o'clock and the Sunday Fer(I. Bargiel .................... 1.00 services will also be at an earlier hour. S. Zarnoski ......................... 1.0,9 May 1, 2, and 3, the altar of the Bless- W. Zawislak ...................... 1.00 ed Virgin will be decorated by the I,'r. Barffiel Jr ...................... 1.00 officers of the Young Ladle's' Sodality. iJos. Goshen, Sr ............... 1.00 During the rest of the month the ] M. Zwiefel .................................. 1.00 pupils of St. Joseph's Academy will A. Mieek ........................... 1.00 take turns in keepng the Bcssed Moth- Fr. Garstka ...................... 1.03 er's altar adorned with beautit'ul Jos. Goshen Jr. .................. :_ 1.00 flowers. In his hrief Sunday morn- St. Kaczka Sr .................... 1.00 ing sermon, Msgr. Gallagher dwelt M. Lukaszewicz Jr ................. 1.00 upon the faithfulness with which all A. Kolodziejski ................. 1.00 (.hihtren of Mary, young and old, Jack Chudy ....................... 1.00 shouhl weave Rosary garlands for Our Frances Zaloudek ................ 1.00 Lady's crown during the month espe- Oscar Zalou(lek .................. 1.00 dally (ledicated to her. 'lPhe high school students of St. Jo- seph's Academy enjoyed a marshmal- low and wieme roast at Pine Grove on Jefferson Highway on Tuesday evening, April 21. An unexpected awl exciting feature of the evening's en- tertainment was the total destruction bY fire of a residence about a mile distant from the picnic grounds. Aft- er "taking in" the fire, the party with their chaperon, motored home tire(I and (lusty, but ready for another roast at the first opportunity. Very Rev. Msgr. Gallagher an'l Miss Mary Gallagher are entertaining Mrs. Pearl Mam and little daughter A. Friedrich ................... 1.00 Ferd. Kaplon .................... 1.00 J. Meidert ..................... 1.00 J, Rutkowski ..................... 1.00 I J o,s. Buhnanski .................. 1.00 T. Szczepaniak ................. 1.00 St. Chudy ....  .................. 1,00 I Jos. Kaplon ..................... 1.00 [ Leo l,ukaszewicz ................. 1.00 M. Lukaszewicz Sr ............. 1.0:) Ft. Kordsmeier _ .................. 1.00 Jos. Siepiela ..................... 1.00 Louise Siepiela ................... 1.00 Ennna Jorski ........................ 1.90 W. J. Ilsley _ .................... 1.00 J. B. Wirgcs ........................ 1.00 M. Barry ........................ 1.00 and Mr. Joseph Kennedy anti sister, John Zakrzewski .................. 1.00 Miss Maggie Kennedy of Little Rock. Nick Lukaszewicz ................... 1..00 The. trip was nmde hy motor. The party arrived in Mena Friday after- noon and expect to return lolne Tue'a- (lay. Mrs. It. lI. Scbmidt, of Humbohlt, Kans., has returned home after a visit of several weeks at the hmne of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Meyer. The condition of J. A. Connell, who underwent at operation recently at St. Edward's Infirmary, Fort Smith, for a trouble of long standing, is re- ported as very satisfactory, though it will probably be a fortnight befo,-'e Mr. Connell is able to return home. Mr. and Mrs. l'hil Connell accompa- nied Mr. Commll to Fort Smith. Mr,. Phil Connell, who is a professional nurse, remained in Fort Smith to as- ,ist in caring for the patient. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bochow of Lin- coln county, Karts., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Fried. of arrangemens will be held in the Cathedral School parlors on Friday, May 1, at 8 p. m. Little Rock College Carnival, Col- lege campus, May 6. 3 p. m. to mid- night. Frank Balmat Barber Shop Only Best Old Head Barbers Ladies' Work Specialists 118 LOUISIANA STREET Little Rock, Ark. l lulullll$llll$llllllllllllllllllllllllll00lullllllullllll00llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll m MAY CARNIVAL Little Rock College COLLEGE CAMPUS Y 26 Noon to Midnight Continuous Vaudeville Performance Zosso ........................ 1.00 Geshwend, Patricius, Pocahontas 1.00 Warner, Earnest, Pocahontas .... 10 Young folks of St. John's 'Parish 7.00 Total ...................... $44.90 : REFRESHMENTS :DANCING- I. Even00 by Children of Our Five "-arochal Schools--;Cathedral, St. Ed- 00)rds, Good Councd, St. ea.tr,cks, St. 'nstrys...lO0 Entrws---Keen Compet#ion MAY 6 -I Collegians I0071l be Sporty Sports ",rLE ROCK COLLEGE CAMPUS Pulaski Heights Cars Will Get You There lMlmllmmlllmmmlll Herman Kresse ................. 1.00 Ft. Witkowski .................... 1.00 Louis Hart, Sr ................... 1.00 John Dasbaeh ................... 1.00 A. Makoski ......................... 1.0') Anna Engelberger .................... 1.01} Fr. Bauman .................... 1,00 Fr. Michalak ...................... 1.00 John Koseielny _ ................... 1.09 Mike Barren ........................ 1.00 St. Zakrzewski ....................... 5:) Ennna Taylor ...................... 50 P. Hamernik ...................... 50 Eleonora Barren _ ................. b0 G. Lukaszewiez .................... 50 Aloysi0s Kaczka ................... 50 ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH North Little Rock. Antonacei, Emilio ............... $2.00 Balth, Mrs. Caroline ............... b0 Bauer, Edward ........................ 1.00 Bauer. W. M. Jr .................. 75 Bauer, Lucille ..................... 25 Bauer, Mr. and Mn. J. R ......... 1.50 Beschorner, Mrs. Wm .................. 1.00 Beschorner, Elizabeth and Margaret ....................... 1.00 Beschorner, Mrs. Mary .......... 1.50 Boyle, Miss B ...................... 5.00 Brunet, Mrs. Lena .................... 1.0') Byrne, James J ..................... 1.00 Carmack Mrs. J. F .............. 1.00 Celarier, R. R .................... 1.00 Clark, Mrs. R. C ................ 1.00 Chadwick, Mrs. J. R ................ 2.00 Cheney, Ray ...................... IO0 Cotter, T. 'P ..................... 50 Conrey, Michael .................. 1.5:) Cuneo, Mrs. John .............. 1.00 Cuneo, Laura .................... 50 De Buns, J. L .................... 2.00 Engelherger, Joe ................ 1.00 Engelberger, Mrs. Jotm ........ 1.00 Engelberger, Adolph ............... 1.00 Engster, John ................... 1.00 Engster, John Jr ................ 25 Faryewiez, E. J .................. 1.90 Fischer, Mm. Raymond ......... 1.00 Frederick. Lawrence J ........... 2.00 Frederick, Lawrence Jr .......... 25 Frederick, Lueille ............... 25 Froley, J. F .................. 2.00 Froley, Jimmie .................. 50 3anser, Lulu .................. 1.09 Giles, Mrs. A. M ................ 2.00 Gisler, M. W ................... 5.00 Guenter, Mrs. Elizabeth .......... 1.00 Hat(on, Joseph J .................. 2.00 Hedge, Mrs. P ................. 1.00 Holt, Mrs. T. W ................ 1.00 Hunt, Family ................... 2.00 Hunt, J. M ...................... 59 Inda, Mr. and Mrs. Joe ........... 1..00 ] Inda, Frances .................. 1.00 Johnson, Mrs. W. R ............. 1.00 Kellogg, Ben D ................ 5.00 I(ennedy, Mrs. J. J .............. 1.00 IllllllllllllllIMHullllllMil Koehler, Walter .............. 2.00 A. Utecht " .59 Kolnoski, Carl ................ 1.00 A. Pasierb ....................... 5:) Kornmeyer, Mrs ................. 50 George Ka plon .................... 50 Korte, August ................. 1.00 P, Gubanski ..................... 5,.9 Korte, Marie ................... 1.00 Helen McNeil ....................... 50 Mat. Kresse .................. :59 Korte, Rosa .................. 1.00 George Sarna ................... 50 Lemon, J. M ................... 1.00 Adelaide Koseielny .............. 50 Lemon, Mm. Julia .......... =-- .25 St. Kaczka Jr ..................... 50 Lmke, John A ................. 1.'30 P. Szezepaniak .................... o01Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. S. J ....... 2.00 Jos. Pabian ........................ 50 [ Machen, Mrs. Meta ............... 10.00 Fr. Bargiel Sr .................. 50 McDermott, W. J ............... 1.00 .P.W. Dehmer ..................... 50 A, Lukaszewicz .................. 50 Frances In(la ..................... 25 Rosa Wilkiewicz ............... 25 Total ................. " ............ $65.50 ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, Engelberg .... Alvey, Ed (of Paragould) ......... $1.25 Brodel, John ..................... 1.00 Brodel, Peter ................... 1.00 Brunner, Joe ...................... 50 Cecil, Chas ........................ 1.00 DeClerk, Ben .................. 1.00 DeClerk, Wm ................... 2J)0 DeClerk, W. J .......................... 1.00 Dust, H. A ...................... 1.00 Favor, James ..................... 1.00 MeDevitt, John ............... 1.00 MeGuire, C. J ................... 1.00 Miller, Mrs. H. B .............. 2.00 Miller, Harry Jr ................. 25 Murray, George ................ 1.00 Narey, Peter Jr ................... 50 Nahlin, C, P .................... 50 Paulette Family ................ 3.00 Pruniski, John Sr ................ 2.00 Pruniski, John Jr ................ 25 Pruniski, Max .................... 5.00 Pruniski, Stew ................ 1.00 4andolph, Mrs. W. B ............ 1.00 Randolph, Wm B. Jr ............. 1.00 Rapillard, M ....................... 5.00 Rech, Wilhehnina ............... b0 Ring, Mrs. F .................... 50 Ring, Bernard B ................ .50 Ritchie. 'P ..................... 1.09 Sillin, Mrs. S. R ............... 1.00 Page Seven KENNY00 COFff Our Brands are perfect Blends the result of more than fifty years experience in roasting and blending only he choicest eh:etion-- A trial will convince you. C. D. KENNY CO, 121 West 5th Telepione 4-1465 Office Phone l(.si(lenee Phone 4-6401 3-0438 DR. K F. 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Mrs. E ............. 50 Frangenberg, Leo .............. 25 Frenken, N ..................... 1.00 Gain, Mrs. P ................... 50 Gschwen(I, Jos ................... 1.00 Daehs, Joe ...................... 50 Difanie, Louis .................... 50 Hausmann, Anton ................ 1.50 Ham nmnn,  rank ................ 1.00 Layton. Emmet ............... 1.00 Liebhaber, Jolm ............... 1.00 [ Liebhaber, Mathihta .............. 1.00 i A. J. Liebhaber ............... 1.00 I Liebhaber, Jacob .............. 1.00' Sullivan, J. C .................. 1.00 Sullivan ,J. C. Jr ................. 25 Tate, Mrs. B. E ................. 5.00 Thomey, Dolphus .............. 1.00 I l k BILTZ Todd, J. T ...................... 1-'00 1 Todd, J. T. Jr .................... 1.00[ Representing the Vogel, Miss Mar. ..... : ........... 10.00 t FIRRT Com,pany in the FIRST Walker, Mm. A ................... 1.00 t Business of the World. Walloeh, Mrs. M ................. 50' Weisbrod, J.  .................. 1.00 New York Life Insurance Wilkiewicz, M. P ................ 1.00 Win(z, Frank .................... 50 Company Wojciechowski, L ............... 1.00 Youngblood. Chris. Sr .............. 1.03 Assets: Over One Billion Dollars Youngblood, C. B. Jr ............ 1.00 Phone 7446, Little Reek, Ark. Zermatten, John ................ 2.00 801-8 Southern Trust Bldg. Zurcher, Mrs. I,. P .................... 1.00 Lindoer, Theodore ............. 1.00 Zurcher, Louise ................... 50 MeClain Emmanuel .............. 50 No-Name Donations ................ 21.25 Meier, Herman ............... 1.00 _ - Miles, Elbert and family ........ L00 Total ........................ $164.00 Newton, Eduard ............... 80 Osterkamp, Wm ................ 75 , A CARD OF IIIANKS" Pfeffer, Frank Xaver .......... 1.00 qhe Olive(an Benedictine Sisters of  Ryan, J. J ........................... l"001Joneshoro, Ark., express their timnks Rayan, Chas ................... 1.00 ] for the kindly interest shown by their Riney, Ben ..................... 1.00 Sparber, Anna, Mrs ............ 1.00 friends in Little Rock on the occasion of the beautiful concert given on Steimel, Helen, Mrs ............ 1.00 Steimel, George .................. 1.00[ Steimel, William .............. 1.00[ Thennis, Jacob ............... .59 I Throeseh, Christian ........... 1.00 I Throesch, Henry .............. 1.00[ Throesch, Carl ................ 1.00" Thielmeier, Ben ................. 1.00 Ungerank .................... 2.00 Weisenbach, Anton ............ 1.00 Weisenbach 2.00 April 22. The Sisters thank Profeors Rust and Keller for the arrangement of a program so appealing and meritori- ous; thanks o all the performers for the time and energy expended in this llaUdable cause. Thanks to all who assisted in thls enevolent affair. Olivetan Benedictine Sisters, Walburga. 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