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THE GUARDIAN, MAY 7, 1927 Page Three ! Future Social Events All social items must be in by Tuesday noon. CALENDAR 7.~Food sale by ladies of Good Counsel Church at Store for benefit of flood sufferers. ard party at home of~m. Franke, Palm Streets, for Circle No. 1. 10.~Card parLy by ladies of St. Ed,ward's Church at Ninth and Ferry streets. 18.---Wedding of Miss Marie Korte and Andrew J. St. Patrick's Church, North Little Rock. 24.-~Annua] Carnival by the students of Little on the College grounds. !8.--Annual reunion and banquet of Mt. St. Mary's the Academy. Business meeting at 3:00; banquet k. J. R. Gasdorf spent Boon eville, Ark. married couple, with- sexton and house- Heart Rectory. exas. Counsel Parish Sale at Saunders Capital avenue on 'Y, for the benefit of ~rers. will enter- 1414 West 17th shower on Miss Marie Korte, May the 11, school annual play, in the and Ferry streets. friends. Ad- enter in Party at her on Tues- No. 1, Ca- Everyone in- bring cards l/ldward,s Church card hall, 9th and May 10. will be Invitation is ex- T. Coleman are now of Mr. and Mrs. ia the Country remainder of have as their ell of Chicago school concluded a much spirited, popularity contest during which i Mary Elizabeth Paulette the beauti- ful little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Paulctte was elected Queen of the May by her little school mates. ]The voting accomplished at the was sacrifice of the children by saving their pennies and depositing same to the credit of their favored class- mate. Mary Elizabeth, who is a pupil of the Fifth Grade of the school. After the crowning of the statue of Our Blessed Mother in the church the lm'ge assemblage repaired to Lhe school grounds to await the pro- gram which consisted of a pretty pageant made u]o of eight small girls who were the queen's escort, the next number was pretty little Mary Eve- lyn Sarlo, cunning little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Sarlo, as cupid, who released with \her bow and arrow, two doves. Master Frances Sarlo, bearing the golden crown came next, and following was the gracious queen, Mary Elizabeth, on her . glorious throne. Several numbers were presented by members of the different classes and the final num- ber was the May pole dance by one hundred girls of the school. The boys of the intermediate department presented a pretty patriotic drill, much to their credit. An orchestra furnished music for the occasion. Lunch was served on the ground by the Parent-Teachers' Association. The affair netted an amount which will purchase considerably more than the new desks for one room, which was the goal set by Mrs. A. Bur- guone, the President of the Associa- tion, who extends sincere thanks to all for assisting so ably in making the affair a success; Mar- Ham- Anna Reig- COrdial invitation entertained at din- at.her" home, 723 of Miss The rooms with cut Le dining room With a silver with candle present ss and honoree NATIONAL HOSPITAL DAY ~AT ST. VINCENT'S will be given May the twelfth is again rolling of St. Ed- around, the day which commemorates May the birth of Florence Nightingale, the Ninth and the heroine of the Crimean war. Missegs are on This" is the day set apart by our Clev president as National Hospital Day, with the idea of affording the peo- ple an opportunity to become better acquainted with hospitals and to create an interest in their support and to give them the recognition which they so justly deserve. National Hospital Day was first observed in 1921 and since then it has become more or less spectacular on the Horizon of Hospital activi- ties. Annually on this occasion, Hospi- tal workers plan interesting and edu- cational programs for visitors. These visitors are also shown through the various departments thus gaining a Mrs. Joe Ege,realization of the magnitude of the Anna Karte, work required in the modern treat- Katherine Me-ment of disease. and Mrs. Max Joe Massery, e, Mr. and Mrs. ~nd Mrs. W. B. J. K. Massery, inns, Mr. and and Mrs. Mrs. George P. L. Lack, Mr. ~nd and Mrs. W. L. C. Beadel, Mr. and Mrs. Abel Kelone, The hos- The visiting hours at St. Vincent's Otldoir pillow to Infirmary are from 9 to 11 a. m. and during the afternoon. The gradua- tion exercises will take place in the assery enter-] Infirmary chapel at 4 p. m., after Thursday which the nurses will entertain in me on South their home with a reception and a gifts short program which will be in keep- Was served the ing withkthe character of the day. Present other[ "~: Mr. and Mrs. ~CARDINAL MUNDEI~EIN -~ RECEIVES DR. CUNO Chicago, April 18.---Among Easter worshipers at Holy Name Cathedral here yesterday was Dr. Wilhelm Cuno chancellor of/Germany in !1923, now managing director of the Hamburg American steamship lines. Dr. Cuno attended the Pontifical High M.ass solemnized by His Eminence George Cardinal Mundelein. Dr. Curio sub- sequently was received by the Card- inal. Germany's economic progress since the war, Dr. Curio said, has been slow Mrs.,Ibut steady. His country would be Lee llost without the credit it has beep Schrader'given, and the friendship and com- mercial intercourse with America are l invaluable in re-establishing Get the chil- many on a sound economic basis, he GOod Counsel said. WM. BAUER Supreme Trustee C. K. of A. DEATH OF WM. BAUER Supreme Trustee William Bauer, was born in Pennsylvania, August 7, 1872. On April 14, 1901, was in- itiated as a member of Branch No. 79. Litle Rock. He represented Ar- k2msas, at the following Supreme Conventions : Nashville,Tenn. ; Wa.~hington; D. C.: and Indianapolis, Ind. Entered upon the duties as ~Supreme Trustee, July 1. 1925. On April 23, 1927, the 50th Anniversary date of the founding of the C. K. of A., he died suddenly, while driv- ling home in his automobile, and on Wednesday, April 27, all that was mortal of Bro. William Bauer was consigned to its last resting place, in Mt. Calvary cemetery, after Solemn Requiem High Mass, by Rev. Maurus Rohner, O. S. B., celebrant, with Rev. Bede Mitchell, O. S. B., Deacon, and Rev. Jos. Evans sub- deacon. Rev. Geo. H. McDermott was present in the Sanctuary. Eulo- gy was by Rev. Bede Mitchell, O. S. B., who preached from the text. "i have fought the good fight; I have finished my course, I have kept the faith; as to the rest, there is laid up for me a crown of justice which the Lord the just Judge will render out of the city were in attendance: Rev. Peter Post, O. S. B., of Fort Smith, acting State Sp. Director. Harry J. Wuennenberg, St. Louis, Me. Supreme Treasurer C. K. of A. Math. Winzen, St. Louis, Me., State President Missouri State Coun- cil C. K. of A. Charles Barren, Mary Barren, Mrs. Herman Hoppe, of Springfield. Me. Steve Laux, Mor- rilton, J J. Hiegel, Conway, J. M. Maus. Atkins. On account clothe flood conditions several realtives, Officers of the Arkansas State Coun- cil C. K. of A., as well as friends and members of the Order, could not attend. The following telegram was received from the State Presi- (lent of the Missouri State Council C. K. of A. Mrs. William Bauer, 1116 Rock street, Little Rock. Ark. One Thousand Catholic Knights of America assembled today celebrating golden Jubilee of the Catholic Knights of America extend sympa- thy on the loss of your beloved hus- band and our Worthy Sul~reme Trustee, Communion and prayers was offered for the repose of his soul. Math. Winch. President Mis- souri State Council C. K. of A. Telegrams were also received from Dr. Felix Gaudin. Supreme President of C. K. of A., New Orleans. G.M. COLLEGE NOTES Glee Club One of the most enjoyable pro- grams which the Glee Club has presented this year, was given at the club rooms of the Little Rock Council K. of C. on Tuesday evening of this week, when the club furnished the socihl entertainment at the Knights of Columbus meeting. Under the capable direction of Prof. C. A. Jacobus, with Mr. Vance Montgom- ery at the piano, the club rendered several well selected numbers. Joseph Walshe of San Francisco. Cal., a member of the Freshman class, and who possesses a tenor voice of rare charm and quality, gave a solo which was highly enjoyed by the large gath- ering of Knights who had assembled to hear the Glee Club. Prof. Jacobus is to be congratulated on his success in this first public appearance of the club in the city, and judging by the expressions of approval heard in the club rooms of the Knights after the concert, the college boys will al- ways be welcome visitors to the Elskin, Paris. State President Ar-' Council socials. It was a well render- kansas State Council C. K. of A ~ed program and one deserving of Itarry J. Wuennenberg, St. Louis, Supreme Treasurer C. K. of A. Rev. l. 3. Laux, Covington, Ky. Mrs. Mary Porbeck, Covington, Ky., and others. A strange coincidence in the death of Bro. Bauer that he died about the hour 7:30 p. m when the first meeting was called to order, at Nashville. Tenn.. April 23, 1877, to organize the C. K. of A., fifty years ago. Bro. Bauer djed April 23, 1927. Active pallbearers were Albert J. Hepp, Gee. Bujarski,Edw. Krebs, Will Beschoner, Edw.Kleuser, and Joe Jung. -Honorary Jos. H. De Clerk, Will Baer, Math. Winzen, Dr. J. H Estes, Ernest Harper, S. E. Cooper, A. Charles, T. U. Daniels, Mike Foster, Frank Ginnochio, Aristo Brizzolara, Sr., Dr. A. M. Zell, Joe Girard, Ernest Barber, John Schmelzer, John A. Vick, Harry J. Wuennenberg, S. J. Laux, and Gee. P. Kordsmeier. May his Soul rest in-peace. to me." II. Tim. 4-7. On account of the flood conditions The Requiem Mass was sung by St. some of the celebrations for the Edward's ChOir. Special Vocal Sel- Golden Jubilee were postponed The ections fitting the sad occasion were Institution of new Branch at Jones- rendered by Dr. Browning of St. An- bore, and the illustrated lecture drews Parish. were postponed to May, 26. l Bro. Bauer is survived by his wife, The initiation, celebration, andI a brother, Jake Bauer, and a sister, illustrated lecture atFort Smith for Mary Platkwiz, both of North Litgle the 5th Arkansas District was post- Rock. The attendance at the fun- opned to May 29. eral was very large. The following The celebration and illustrated much praise both on the part of the members of the club and their di- rector, Prof'. Jacobus. The Morris Debating Society In conjunction with the appear- lance college glee at the Of the club Knights of Columbus meeting on able and well-drilled debat0i's, oc- cupied a large part of the program furnished the Knights by the college clubs. Prof. Joseph Crossley c q~ld hardly have made a better selecti6n of his members for this first appearance of the club in the city, than Paul Hes- lin. William Jones, Hubert Higgins and James O'Connell, who so ably represented the club at the social of the Knights of Columbus and gave a debate that was worth all the praise which the large number of Knights assembled s]lowered on the participants. Due credit must be given to James O'Connell of the af- lecture at Subiaco,~wasgpostponed to May ~0th. It is expected to have even a larger turnout on these dates than if held as originally planned, as the weather and roads will surely be fa- vorable on '~fqese dates Dr. Felix Gaudin, Supreme President of the C. K. of A. will make the following plaeeh and deliver his lecture as fol- lows: Jonesboro May, 26, Fort Smith May 29, and Subiaco May 30. firmative side of the question, for he substituted on very short notice, taking the place of a regular member of the team who could not attend. All of the debaters presented their arguments in masterly style, .and their form was excellent. It was with difficulty that the judges could make a decision, which went to the negative side composed of William Jones and Paul Heslin. The ques- tion debated was "Resolved that the Eighteenth Amendment should be repealed" and the verdict of the judges was with the negative which met with the general approval of all present.The judges were Frances Jackson.Michael Martin and John Sullivan. Among those present at the meeting from the college in ad- dition to Prof. Crossley who directed the debate, and Prof. Jacobus who had charge of the Glee Club, were the Rev. James P. Moran, president of the College and the Rev. Lawrence O'Neil, together with a large num- ber of students from the college. It was one of the most enjoyable en- tertainments which the Knights have ever heard, and the demand for a return engagement was asked by the Lecturer of the Council. Mr. George Mather and by ~,he entire member- ship present. Graduation The program for the annu~d grad- uation exercises of the college will [be completed this week. Starting on I Sunday, May 22nd, in the Catlledral, the annual Baccalaureate Sermon~will be delivered to the graduates by the cry Rev. S. J. Peoples, Ph. D. Vice Rector of St. John's Senfinary, and an Alumnus of the college. The evening will be featured by a pro- cession escorting the Rt. Rev. Bishop from his home to the Cathedral where the services will be held. A musical program in keeping with the otcasion will be rendered by the Ca- thedral choir under the direction of Prof. J. J. Keller, organist and di- rector, and Solemn Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament will be given. At the conclusion of the serw ice the graduates will escort the Bishop from the Cathedral to his home in Solemn procession. It will be one of the outstanding features of the commencement program and Will no doubt attract a large num- ber of friends of the graduates to the services. On Monday, May 30th, Class Day exercises will be held at the college with the seniors having entire charge of the p~:ogram. The memorial walk will be dedicated with suitable ceremonies, the class his- tories of both the Arts and Science class and the graduates in Pharmacy will be read, and a procession of the graduates will be held escorting the members of the Faculty from the (Continued on, page 6.) 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