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THE GUARDIAN, MAY 7. 1943 PAGE THREE 3NAL and SOCIALIAL0000 MS A STORIES or Send Social Items to The Guardian " SUBMITT 309 West Second St., Phone 5486, by I MUST BE Tuesday. I SIGNED Ann and Buddy Ba- f Fordyce spent the Easter with their grandparents, Mrs. Louis Baresch, Sr., Rock. They Were also for the First Communion cousin, Freddie Baresch. May Circle of Cathedral Under the chairmanship A. G. Brodie will hold bingo, Wednesday 12, at the parish hall. basket of groceries away to some lucky Be sure and attend. ary Agnes Wendler, 1311 treet left last Sunday for to be gone four She was sent out by the Union for whom she has in Little Rock for the Miss Wendler gradu- Mt. St. Mary's ill 1942. The Good Counsel Altar So- ciety will hold its meeting Friday, May 7, at the home of Mrs. R. A. Schader, 2319 Izard. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Eiland of Washington, D. C., announce the birth of a baby girl, Betty Marie on Tuesday, April 27. Mrs. Eiland is the former Mary Schultz of Little Rock. * * * * * $ * * * * * * * * * * * * WANTED mCouple to live on * * place and take care of kitchen * * and light farm work. Place * * 6miles out on paved high- * * way with bus line service. * * mode'n facilities, no children, * * good pay. Call Gee. Porbeok * * at 9226 or LD 182 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * FOR SALEs--White Palm Beach ,Suit, age 7. Good as new; Suit- able for First Communion. Call 3-0518. A N G E B U T TR.U Little.Known Facts for Cath % Y AN l,,tO[ OF "IW" VI/IN WHO WAS TO 8WMO FOR, r/./" WOAfIIIO I ItUtO$ AT CHarTRES 7HX RtCU/vlBENT "/'08 ZUIVR I/V Greater Little Rock Activities St. Andrew's Cathedral at five o'clock followed by Bene- Sunday will be the second Sun- diction of the Most Blessed Sacra- day after Easter. Masses at the ment. Cathedral will be at 6, 7, 9, 10 and Novena in honor of St. Anthony 11 o'clock. Masses at Holy Souls is held every Tuesday morning Chapel will be at 7:30 and 9 following all Masses with the yen- o'clock, oration of the relic of the Saint. Sunday will be special Com- munion Sunday for the Holy Name Society, and for the Junior Members of the Holy Name So- ciety, in honor of Mother's Day. They will receive Holy Com- munion in a body at the 7:00 Mass. Sunday evening devotions will be held at 7:45, a Novena in hon- or of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, followed by Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Novena in honor of the Little Flower and the Blessed Sacrament is held every Friday night at 7:30 with Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament and veneration of the relic of the Little Flower. Bingo tonight for the building fund is in charge of the Senior Players with activities beginning at 8:15. The Holy Name men will re- Masses during the week at the ceive Holy Communion in a body Cathedral will be at 7 and 8 at the 7 o'clock Mass Sunday. o'clock. The regular 'Inquiry Class' will be held at the Cathedral Rectory, 802 Center St., Tuesday evening at 7:45 or any other night during the week (except Wednesday or Saturday nights) by appointment. There will be no convert league meeting on Thursday nlght. The regular weekly Bingo will be held at the Cathedral Parish They will meet in the school hall Monday hight at 8 for their monthly meeting. The St. Anthony Sodality will meet next Thursday night at 8 in the school hall. The Good Counsel P.T.A., will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 in the school hall. Msgr. Wernke will act as chair- man of the May Committee of the Hall, 9th and Louisiana Sts., Wed- Altar Society. His committee nesday night beginning at 8:15 iwill consist of the following mem- p.m. Saturday of this week is Mary's bers: Day, and Mass will be celebrated Mrs. Roy Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. at the Cathedral at 7:00 o'clock Paul Bujarski, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. F. A. Allen, Reiman, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. rector Mt. St. Mary's Alumnae Flynn, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Mitchell, Association sponsors this move- Mr. and Mrs. James Peters, Mr. ment and it is hoped that a large and Mrs. Steve Cole, Sr, Mr. and. Mrs. Mitchell Allen, Mr. and Mrs. gathering will attend to pay Louis Schaufele, Mr. and Mrs. E. homage to our Blessed Mother. E. Paulette, Sr., Mrs. Nell Castle, Saint Edward's Church Sunday services: Masses, 5:30, 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Sermon in the Masses: "Our Mother be- queathed on the Cross." The Mother's--Altar Society will hold their Annual Commu*nion and Communion Breakfast in connec- tion with the 7 o'clock Mass. The Host of the breakfast is the St. Joseph Society. The Little Flow- er Sodality and the St. Aloysius Sodality will have their monthly Communion in the Soldiers' Mass at 8:30. Novena of the Sacred Heart at 3:00 p.m. Weekday services: Daily Masses, 6:30 and 8:30 a,m. Novena of Our Lady of Per- petual Help, Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Social The congregation and our friends will be entertained at Bingo Tuesday at 8:15 p.m., by Circle No. 5. Next Sunday night at 8:00 p.m., May 16th, the St. Edward's Ushers Guild will present a Musi- cal Minstrel in the School Hall, and invite everybody to enjoy the evening with them. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schay, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Woolford, Miss Cecilia Drilling, Mr. and Mrs. Black Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Springstead, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Street, Miss Marie Kearney, Miss Elizabeth Prieuer, Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Leslie, Mrs. J. C. Hindman, Mrs. J. W. Imboden, Mrs. Guy P. Slaughter, Mrs. J. Lorren Smith, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Schader, Miss Ellen Gallwitz. St. Patrick's Church North Little RoCk Masses Sunday at 7, 9 and 11 o'clock. May Devotions and Novena for Victory at 3 o'clock Sunday after- noon, concluding with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. School Welfare collection will be taken up at all the Masses Sun- day. Sunday is Communion day for the boys of the parish. The Holy Name Society will re- ceive Communion in a body at the 7 o'clock Mass Sunday. The boys from St. Patrick's parish who are members of this year's gradu- ation class at Catholic High School Good Counsel will be guests df honor at the Novena for Peace and Victory Communion breakfast following is held every Sunday afternoon the Mass. The other boy from the parish who are pupils at Ca-J tholic High School have also been Mother's Day Suggestions for SUNDAY, MA"9 An article of devotion is always a most appropriate Gift, especially for Mother. Make your selection here for immediate delivery. We do not hesitate to recommend the prayerbook for mothers, "Mother Love". Silver, Sturdy round beads, R sliver crucifix with corpus. 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Frame as chairman, assisted by Louis Kiehl, WW. J. Toland, Fred Casavechio, Frank Lukas, Elmer Gray, S. G. Yanker, A. Seibold and A. M. Gunderman. Instructmns in the rectory at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. St. Partick's school will hold graduating exercises in the hall Tuesday evening, May 25 at 8 o'clock. A program will be pre- sented by pupils of the school pre- ceding the closing exercises. The P.T.A., will hold the final meeting of the school year at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Of- ficers elected for the coming year at the last meeting will be in- stalled at that time. Mrs. Emil Therion is the new president- elect. Catholic Hi P.T.A. To Plan Carnival At Next Meeting Little Rock.--There will be a meeting of the Catholic High School Parent Teachers Associa- tion at Catholic High School on Monday, May 10, at 2:30 P.M. All parents are urged to be present in order that plans may be completed for the Carnival Track Meet, and Spaghetti Dinner to held on May 20. Mt. St. Mary's Alumnae Serve NCCS'USO Club Little Rock.Mt. St. Mary's Alumnae Association will serve Sunday, May 9th, at the NCCS- use Club at 112 East 7th Street. The Misses Lillian Summers and Mary Raley will serve as co- chairmen of the Club Hospitality Committee. Assisting on the committee will be the following: Miss Theresa Kelone, Mrs. Frances Peters, Miss Katherine Boever, Miss Dorothy Summers, Miss Ruth Dillon, Mi Joan Osborn, Miss Elizabeth Prieur, Miss Juanita Baer, Miss Patricia Baer, Miss Janet Rich- ard, Mrs. Mary Todd and Mrs. Dan Boone. Coffee, doughnuts and rolls will be served the service men in the morning at the Communion Breakfast and coffee and pie will be the feature of the afternoon refreshment hour. All service men are welcome to drop in the Club at any time. First Communion At Good Counsel On Sunday, May 2nd, the children of Good Counsel parish received their First Holy Communion at tl#e 7 o'clock Mass. Msgr. Herman H. Wernke, Pastor, was the celebrant of the Mass. Prior to the reception of.Holy Communion, the children led by Edward Mahoney and Betty Ann Sutton renewed their Baptismal vows. * After the Mass, the children and their parents with Monsignor Wernke were guests of the Good Counsel P.T.A., at breakfast. Favors and communion certificates were given to the chiIdrefl. In the afternoon at three, the children marched in their May Procession from the school to the church. The statue of Mary, Queen of May was crowned by little Bonnie Jean Breaux with little Terry Palmer and Betsy Yotter as flower girls. The act of Consecration was read by Shirley Estes. They were assisted by Mary Shock. Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament was held after the chil- dren were invested in the Scapular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. The above children received their first Holy Communion and took part in the May Procession, First Row, left to right: Donald Patricia Reid, Mary Jo Priest, Betty Ann Sutton, Terry Palwer, Bonnie Jean Breaux, Betsy Yotter, Elizabeth Ann Himstedt, Rose Marie Johnson, Shirley Estes, Mary Shock. Second Row, left to right: John Alfred Lynch, Patricia Leslie, Elizabeth Hoelze- man, Joan Renz, Patsy Bauer, Drue Payne, Jacqueline Hurley, Kathryn Sue Phillips, Mary Kathryn Brady Elizabeth Jo Foreman, Oscar Oswald, Mary Jane Obsitnik. Third Row, left to right: Msgr. Wernke, Albert BKoyd, James Mennes, Edward Mahoney, Louis Mike Calderara, Rondald Deller, Albert Bartlett, Patrick French, Joseph Urbani, Edward Clowers, Thomas Fredeman, Arthur, Pozza. Back Row, left to right: Robert Pope, Derman Austen, Herman Schlumph, Robert Priest, James Hurley, Joseph Blaty,. Father Maloy, Maurice DeClerk. i Entertainment Honor Roll General Bergin Presented By At Immaculate St. Vincent's Conception Hattieville.  April 28th, the Fort Smith,Immaculate Con- children of St. Vincent's School ception pupils who have their gave their annual entertainment, names on the scholarship honor The pupils of the first, second roll for the second six weeks per, and third grades gave Janet Moy- ted of the spring term are: nahan's 'Troubles of Little Folks,' Eighth Grade, Mary E. Bell. 'Miss School Ma'am,' and 'Rilla's Seventh Grade, Jerry Lee Rey- Rainbow." holds. Sixth Grade; Birnie Joe The girls of the fourth, fifth, Elliott, Joan Garafalo, Kathleen and sixth grades gave Janet Moy- Falvey, Mary Sue Harper, Monte nahan's 'The Ghost at the Board-ILou Moore, Mary Ann Schmidt, ins School,' and the boys of these Gordon Williamson. Grade Five: grades had her drill, 'A BoY's Evelyn Duerr, Mary O'Shea, Sally Trials.' ' Holeman, Carol Trousdale Terry The girls of the ninth and tenth Volker. Grade Four: Pete ,..Vet- grades played 'Mary Magdalene,', furth, Rex. Scott, Kathleen Dons, a three-act religious play. hue, Myra Lee Cameron, Mary Hagan, Patrieia Kelly, Margaret Characters were: Mary of Mag- Lutz, John Rex. Grade Three: dale, Beneva Rearer; Martha of Johnny Bell, Emma L. Cunnirg- E M M A N U E L Bethania, Martha Ann Pfeifer; ham, Johnny Harper, and Susan Benita, a poor widow, Frances Kelley. ] A Book of Prayer Burgener; Miriam, Benita's deaf .: = and dumb daughter, Bernice Sponer; Marcella, Juliana, Faustia, Catholic and Gerlinda, Mary's slaves, Naomi Beck, Christine Gottsponer, Business Women's Loretta Beck, and Marie Beck. Following this play, pupils from Club the higher grades put on a Resur- rection tableau. The 'Regina Catholic Business Women's Club .... Coeli' was sung off the stage by  Little Rock.--The CatholicBusi- the girls of the ninth and tenth ness Women's Club will meet on grades. Monday, May 10, at 6:15 at the Frederica Hotel at which time the Reverend Thos. J. Prendergast Commencement exercises were will speak on the Blessed Virgin held at St. Vincent's Junior High Mary. School April thirtieth. A one act play, 'Fun in the Picture Studio' The Catholic Business We- Extra Large Type was followed by graduation, men*s Club held their annual The six who graduated from tim Communion Breakfast on Sunday, tenth grade.were: Geneva Riet- May 2, at St. Edward's Church. er, valdictorian, Frances Burgener, The cIub sponsor, the Reverend salutatorian, Marie Beck, Chris- Patrick Lynch was celebrant of tine Gottsponer, Ernest Hofner, the Mass, and at the breakfast the and Martha Ann Pleater. Very Reverend Monsignor John Students graduating from the B. Scheper, S.T.D., was the guest sixth grade were: Rosemary Beck, speaker. Approximately 70 men- Bernice Briggler, Gerald Gang- bers and their guests attended. luff, Catherine Gottsponer, Anton Kuettle, Charles Sponer, Ernest Lee Zimmerman, Frmmis Zim- Mrs. Agnes Steele, State Regent merman, and Louise Zimmermav. announces the biennial state con- An interesting address was giv- vention of the Catholic Daughers en by Mr. Carol Johnston. The of America at Pine Bluff, Sunday diplomas were presented by the May 16. His Excellency, our Most Very Reverend Monsignor Loeb Reverend Auxiliary, Bishop V. F., pastor of St. Mary's Church. Fletcher will be the principal - = : : speaker at a luncheon. First Holy Communion At St. Anne's First Hold Communion will be distributed to the following chil- dren of St. Anne's parish at the nine o'clock Mass Sunday, May * 9: Patsy Ferguson, Johnnie Per- ran and Rose Mary Hullett. After the Mass the Crowning of the Blessed Virgin will take place. Assisted by her maids, Patsy Fer- guson will place the wreath on the statue of our Blessed Mother The music for the ceremony will be rendered by St. Anne's choir, under the direction of Sister Re- gins, O.S.B., Sister Cornelia and Sister H. Joseph' are in charge of :the first Communion class. Swimmnig Pool, Mt. St. Mary's I Opened May 4 Little Rock.The lades of the P.T.A., are again sponsoring the swimming pool at Mt. St. Mary's Academy. The pool, which be- gan its season May 4, is open for swimming from 3 to 5 every af- ternoon, and beginning June 1, will be open from 2 until 5. Boys of grammar school age will be admitted during afternoon hours. The pool is available for private parties at night. For further in- formation call Mrs. T. L. Lyons, P.T.A:, President, telephone num- ber 3-1752. Season tickets are on sale at the Academy, St. Anthony's Hospital MORRILTON, ARK. The Most Beautiful Sick.Call Regular Attendant At Mass Chungking. 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