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May 3, 1930     Arkansas Catholic
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turned from Knoxville, where he went to attend the dedication and which took place Tuesday of the past week. Fr. Kemphues speak.~ most glowing of ~.he new hospital; he was really the promoter of it, and I Miss Katherine Schulte and Miss i cent to Gallatin, are to be honored learning of the cata.~trophc . ~ "s opportun-land one that the people of Gallathl Mr. Patrick O'Sulliwm, one of our flY after the ceremony for a nmtor!day night, rh~.~ is a rare it was largely through his efforts and Icadin~ musicians was guest-artist in under his personM supervision that a recital given at Germantown Tues- the ereetion was begun. The build day night. The program fol!ows: ing and its appointments are the Air---Bach. Chromatic Fantasy and Fu~ne-- "last word" in hospitals and is in- deed a credit to theCatholics of Bach. Etude (Ip. 111 ~,To. 3: [avcarolle; Tennessee. Our Rt. Roy. Bishop Smith was in charge of lhe dediea- Two Mazurkas---.Chopb~. The Rain, Eas!;ern t{oimmce: Vi- tory eeronmnies, sion; Eea Drama---Patrick O Su h Vail. trip ~o Atlanta and other points and;~ on their return will he at homo withI lhe groom's mother. The bride fired! in Memnhis until a few months ago[ when ttlm family moved Lo Atlanta. { She has many friends here who will[ welcome her return to our city. "['he[ groom is a graduate of Sacred Ileart! School and is conneceed with the lo-j cal office of the Standard Oil Co. ity to receive gvaeeu amt Divine are eagerly anticipating, n o~ alone Help, that we need so much. When lthe dedication of the Church. but the we pause and consider the true llwe~oncv of Bishop Morris. whom meaninlz of this beautiful devotion, they cltdm as "their own " Gtdiatin its origin and abcve all its ahnost being his boyhood home. We take unlimited graces to those who really this opportunity of assurina our Ar- care. its surprisinl~ how few of us kansas friends how deeply we ap- go out of ore- way Io seize the op-] preciate the honor, and ex~(ind our portunity of gaining the various In thanks; t(~ ihe Rt. Rev. Bishop. idu]gencor. For inslanee a Plenary [lldu]~enco is ffl'allt~d Lo ~inv Det'solat _t~l-loth~r [l|lrl('llliloo~2~nl ,,~,u,,llw Roy. Albert O'Brien, (2. i'., v~ the ('athoiic prisoners in e.d* tering [.he last rites *o those faith. Those who were iu the were Father O'Bricn, the chaplain. (he Rev. dame~, ney, paslor el St. Jos(ph>s Cath the Roy. Edmund Bufl:ley, and the Roy. Joseph l,app~bn, anl; a~ St. Mary's (;tmr,,'h. Mc~vlno, .d, .... ~; ....... -,~ of breadth:of AmeriCa. HiS a oeiation ........ I began tearing down one of the. build Bishop Smith has been received by ranged for the occasion; one that,Easter'I ?aptized two y:mu Mr and Mrs ff R Burke, 1934 Memphis at the age o~ 1~. .~ne mar- , , ~ .~---~--'^-~ ~f .,~L - -- ,~. r~ - - . ~ ....... Iwno paa oeen unoer i~.~rt ..... ~ ~ . , . ^, ~ ..... a u~.t. ~ ~1"-o-a~ L-~ ~ va~ ,-~u~ .....u~r~a~ ".~, ,ny,'arI ,~, .~m *jm* tO leave a lastingim- I , ^ ~. a - ~ , ,' ,~z~ 2~:C~A',; ~ -,L~ .it,.- ,;t... i*i ,-,'s .... ~,,, ,,.,, .,,...,, .... o- ~,..--,..-~.-~_rle ~u , , . . ~ . ~s . wa,aeu among ~-~ ~, - ' * ~ ..... t excavation will be in full swing schools, request ng ~he prayers and l ~ressmn on the youthful minds. [ ........ ed uy ~,ratulati0ns Of their many friends on years was one o~ ~ne prominent / . :. 1 .~_~.. ,- ...... "^n --~*~- _~.,a___ ] m_._,.._ ,..,~, ..... I aymg many ox ~nem reach - '- , - " *- - ] The new school will face dexter t~am~ ,,o----,-,, w .vuechurnon ~wetve ~ue pages wm Iorm a ~ ~ ~ -" .... t =co " ' "1 who *oin business men oI our cl~y ~e nas - . nanus an(i alea as i 1121 t~ r~ the armval of a baby g~r ~ "' ral ears " / son Ave, having a frontage of 135[during the month of May, be offered! guard of honor to escort each ,child]lution ' v ed the lama turtle of thin popular been dead serey ' " Y " ! " [ .- --' - ~ ~ feet It" rill be three stories and]fr our Holy Father. These will be ] to receive Holy Communion Two of] ,,,~" aer un cou le the ast week A memoer of baerea near / " -t . .......... " ......... ; yo g P P " I ............................... e e ., . ~ , , o~ " ; 'f.. _e_~, ~ -.'- * ~ o ' " ~ e . . e " e "~ i~ ~ ~ ~ ~ . % ~< ~ ~,~