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THE GUARDIAN, MAY 10, 1930 " PAGE THREE --'---_ _, -.--.--. A| ~T~ Ithe side Vestry entered the Cat hed~i~h~U~'D~ ']~ U]~A~ U~ on all other Sundays of~the mo-----~th f'ATIJITI I #~ xT ~ r A ~T ~ ~#-~ ~-4 v J yALL SOCIAL IOgillllta~JILrll~ 111[JllaO I ral through the main door while the / || llLlll~ lll t d[I lll ]lOO at 8:00 and 1+0:00 a. m. ' " m L]lVag'lLi 2c~VL~ a~iL~Ls-ldClLa ITMES MUST t Chlldien s Ch.olr sang a hy n to the I -- t T E X A R g A N A, St. Edward's __ BE I-N THE Sunday Masses. tBlessed Virgin. ~/ The following list, while not corn-'Church--Masses on Sundays at 7:00 .... - = OFF~CE B Y Low M ............. ! After the Rosary and Litany oi J .......... and 9"00 a m ........ ES- ~sc~ a~ ~ ann u a.m. ! /p~e~e, gives ~ne summer scneauie 1or Z ~esS_te~d!:~lt Ir~t~s .~ T~hGn%? 5rd~8[N'D~~-- ~i~ho ti2E~i:a~ ~Ds:~ a; evening at J Oiii ~d~:s~d~d'L b~ka~n sr~AiSto~at~ h!~ c !o~ti r !!)n~sy: M isi~!s 'pu!la:h:~aSdefrl~os!tt!~ ! Su nWdAaRRo fENhe MmT:th %t :h e4:e:onmd" ~mstrel show, "Dusty Duskies" Very Rev. Monsignor James P. 7:45 o'clock, consisting of the reel-]shrine of the B!ess.ed. Vlrgn~ which while every effort has been made to: DISTRICT MEETING OF THE given bv the members of the M~r,n ^vv;o~oe;~ q~h~ 1,,.~.+ ....... tation of the Rosary, a Sermon and I nan oeen creches wilton ~ne ~anc~u- secure accurate information, Thel CATHOLIC UNION OF AMERICA ........ ' ........... ~ ................ I ....... ~ recited the Ac~ ~f ~^ns ...... Uounse: p T A on Monday. a F,'e~oh M,,~ chiffon ..... )~1~ ~,1 Benediction of the Most Blessed Sac- "~'~ .... ., _ " .... Guaratan assumes no responsibility ~a, at the school auditorium carried an arm bouauet of Br~-'~lrament" ] c~amon. ~ rne concmsmn o~ ~ms for any changes or errors herein ] The District Meeting of the Cath- !CUing of rare entertainment is roses and valley lilies Miss "M~I~- Devotions in honor of the Sacred! act, little M~ss Daphne Gmocchm, ARKANSAS CIWY.--Mass on the'lic Union of America will be held ~ed.Tickets will be 25 cents dred Besiegel, as her sis'ter's onl- at IHeart are held on the First Friday of I daughter of the late postmaster and first Sunday of Vhe month at 9:30 a. [on the third Sunday in May, May tendant, wore French blue chiffon the month at 7:45 p.m. ~Mrs. Ginno~cnio crowned the statue, m. ilSth, 1930, in the Catholic Hall of and lace and carried Columbia roseslSunday, May llth, Mother's Day. It was a beautiful sight to se~ the BLYTHEVILLE, Immaculate Con-!St" Boniface's Parish, at Dixie, Ark., Gee , ~ , . little tots assembled around the ce tion Church Mass on i 'at 1:30 p. m. High Mass will be .~ . d Counsel Parent-Teach- and sweet peas. Edward 0 Toole of Mother s Day will be celebrated m ......... P .-- es the f rst,. m~emtion will meet at the audi- Worcester, Mass served as best the CathedralParishin a truly snrme, each /ace agmw wl~n love Sunday at 7 a. m, on the second, celebrated on that day at 9 o'clock a. on F " . "' . . and devotion ror the Mother of God. i " . ,m. in the St. Boniface Church - _ nday, May 16th at 3 man. Precedmg the ceremony Mms Cathohc manner by the receptton of "" nsi nor Moran then rea h " th rd and fourth Sunday at 10.30 a. ~ ...... Re + This will be the last meet- Helen Bujarski sang "At Dawning" the Sacrament of Holy Eucharist by ~o g . p . c eu m. ~resnmen~s w~n De served by the St. the year, and all mothers are accomnanied by Miss Alice S,~enc~ all the members of the Parish. A ser- the sermon, after which the children CAMDEN. St. Louis Church-- Boniface Parish. Everybody invited. ;ly requested to attend in or- who played "The Rosar-" softl: dur: men, "The Ideal of Catholic Moth- who had received., their First Holy Masses on Sunday at 7:30 and 9:00 Come one, come all, and let's make n~ake art .............. ~" .. z "~rhaar]" will h~ nr~.aeh~d t 11 he Commumon m ~ne morning ap- a m .~ i this a day of enjoyment The meet aagemen~s xor ~ne mg ~ne servme. ~OllOWlng zne acre .............. ~ ..... a a t..~ - - ,, -,- - " " + i. . " - School -ic .............. * Masses on that da,, proacneu one ~ar ann were en- CHARLESTON Mas ~ ~ " mg will be worth while, and the res- t ~ p nlc wnlcn is t,o De mony stoner was serves a~ ~ne home * z. ,, , . ~ ~, , , ^ +, -- s~s ~n First,+ , ....... P ' ~t. Jose--h' ........... I In the evenin-"at 7"45 o'clockrouen m ~ae ~capuar o~ our ~,aayThird and Fifth Sunda_vs at 7 3d men~ ox ~nts meeting rages that es e p s orpnanage, oi ~ne price on ,.ee avenue ~or ~ne s , ..... , ,~ _... ,., + _. : 0 an_. " P - +there will be s ecial devotions with oI M~. ~armei. ~eneatc~mn o~ ~ne 9 ~'0 a m, on Second and Fourth cmlly all members of the different bridal party and the immediate fam-[ P , " .... . . [William Heibach announces flies. The bride is a graduate of a programme of specially arranged Most Blessed Sacrament concluded Sundays at 10:30 a.m. lsocmtems of this district be present a+e Easter Monday card party Mount St. Mary's A, cadem,, and the'music by the Cabhedral Choir. the ceremony. . . CONWAY, St. Joseph's Church--!at thin meeting without fail.Let's I~ Qood z , Cathedral A,d Society Got a - Counsel Auditorium bridegroom is connected with thel Rectors Feast Day. ..,. ..... ". , Masses on Sunday at 7:00 and 9:00] " " ," Phenomenal success, and Union Trust Company After a shortI Thursday, May 1st, the feast of.. *rne reguJar monthly . meeung o~ a.m. I ~o t Vhe Ua~neara~ ~m ~oc~ew was held ,, hank the members of her wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Lucy will Sts. James and Philip was celebrated ........... DEQUEEN Mass on the second gNIC~-~T~ ~ ',~ee ~)n lvionoay ms~ m one parior~ of ~ne ILI]iSklIIILJ . for their splendid co- be at home in Hillcrest apartments, in the Cathedral parish by bhe chin . .......... and fourth Sundays at 8:00 and U| ' ~0~1 a Cathedral ~enooJ, wl~n a large at 'i nd the many friends who dren of the Cathedral and Holy , , - 10:30 respectively. ~ttlr ITt~T~WT~ a a tendance or memoers present, and E . ttendance Mrs J H .............. Souls schools, and was made the pc- ~, ~ . L. DORADO, Holy Redeemer LULUI IBU, '0~ .... xne seven o CLOCK servtce a~ t)ux w~h Mrs H A ~cnaer or nro~i~,~ ~ .... +, ........ -- ~:,-ery, 2104 West12th St ............ casion of honoring the name day of .... . " "., ....:-~.~nurcn ~uasses on ~undays, 7:30 ~_ _ " ,.a~y o~ ~ooa wounset ~nurcn ms~ ...... , ~___~ ........ -_ The minu~es o~ ~ne previous meeting and 10"30 a -~ " -- -- ',-her o~: the porch rocker tiae r~ec~oT, vn wednesday evening " " ..... JONESBORO a this occasion. Sunday morning was beautiful and the children gave a programme in were read .by Mrs. Vrctor Koers, EUREKA SPRINGS, St. Eliza- COUNCIL NO. 1702 afternoon, May 11, at at Good Counsel Church, a May procession from the church, where th6 the Blessed Virgin will Immediatel.y after, the signor Wernke will en- tildren in the scapular. church they will go to the litoriu a and at 4 o'clock ng of the king and queen Place, after which a pro- presented and supper Tickets~for the sup- 35c. party of the post- was that of the din- given members of Good and their neighbor- by mothers of Good Parish last Monday evening auditorium Mrs A. J. t~ charge of arrangements, her committee. A de- ~e COUrse dinner was serv- e'clock to approximately ~+members of the young- two cities, and danc- ~ed by the merry crowd Their pastor, Men- being unabl~ to be account of absence from Iil~ce was filled by Dr. Father Burns of Little These social features sponsored by mothers of Good Counsel with the a closer union boys and girls in from present indies- with remarkable took place last when Miss Ann impressive, when 40 little children of the Communion class received the Blessed Sacrament for the first time. After Mass there was a pro- cession to the school auditorium where the P. T. A. served break- fast. The large table was arranged in the shape of a cross. It was at-I tractively appointed, having as its j center-piece a huge basket of EasterI lilies, the handle of which was tied] with tulle; vari-colored butterflies fluttered among the flowers. The Right Rev. Monsignor H. H. Wernke presided. A second table was ar- ranged for the fathers and mothers of the children The ,breakfast was served by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sar- lo, assisted by several ladies of the parish. Following is a list of the children of the communion class: Jack Crawford, Ernest Forrester, Peter Muller, Joseph Such, John Mattingly, Noel Millet, Clarence Shock, Billie Chambers, Joseph H. Burjoski, Fred Merck, Ethel M. Mil- let, Marjorie K~lone, Ellen Matting- ly, Dorothy Kaufman, Margaret Smith, Ruth Marie Dillon, Dorothy Summers, Kathleen Murphy, Mary Joe Imbry, Mary Miremont, Marjorie Hart, Gertrude Worden, Jeanette Lynch, Dorothy Kenney, Mary Eve- lyn Sarlo, Mary Ann Keith, Helen Grummer, Howard Bidwell, Syinus Bidwell, Bessie Foster, Armour Mc- Farland, Domimi Pozza, Earl Caton Perry Butler, Catherine Butler Mary Elizabeth Butler, Marie Kuhn Irvin Hendrix. Vatican Coinage. (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Rome, April 28.--The Popolo d Roma anounces that the Sovereign Pontiff has issued instructions for the coinage of the money of Vatican L was married to Den- City in gold, silver and bronze, to ucy at the rectory of be put into circulation the latter part cathedral with the of this year. AL CARNIVAL IN AID OF THE E LL ITTL ROgK gO Ell SCHOLARSHIP FUND College Grounds Dance |0- | 2 p. m. SOmething" Doing- Every Minute" d Attraction An electric refrig- to he given away. Attraction booths," features. Something for ev- Admission Free Afternoon and Evening Come and Help a Worthy Cause the Cathedral Hall, which for orig- secretary, after which Miss Florence inality and interest has seldom been Cash rendered the financial report surpassed. Practically every pupil astreasurer of the Society. The re- in the two schools had some part in ports of the various circles were the programme and the manner in made by the following chairmen: which the children portrayed their Circle 1, Mrs. Brodie; Circle 2, Mrs. various parts was a joy to see. The S. A. C. Club gave a very: fine play- let, illustrating a meeting of the Club, and the older girls gave a pageant. At the conclusion of the programme, Miss Rose Massery in behalf of the children presented Monsignor Moran with several ap- propriate gifts and a large bouquet of flowers. The Rector after thank- ing the children for their gift grant- C. C. Walker; Circle 3, Mrs. P. G. Roemer; Circle 4, Mrs. F. E. Hurle; Circle 5, Miss Florence Cash; Circle 6, formerly the Junior Circle, Miss Helen Robinson; Circle 7, Mrs. L. H. Clawson; Welfare Circle, Mrs. Ed- ward O'Brien; Sick C~)mmittee, Mrs. Eugene Reville; Sanctuary Circle, Miss Bessie Cavanaugh, and Mem- bership Committee, Mrs. M. J. Har- rison. The reports were unusually ed them a holiday. The gifts were interesting, evidencing as they did given to Monsignor Moran by Louis the fine work which each Circle has Eugene Browning, Emmett Kearney been doing during the past few and Mary Katherine Herbert. On months. Each circle in turn through it's chairman made substantial fin- Thursday morning all of the children ancial returns to ~che general tress- attended the parish Mass at 8 o'clock and received Holy Communion as a ury of the Aid Society and a~ the spiritual g~ft to the Rector. 1 end of the meeting the Society's The programme was as follows: p treasury was substantially enriched. "Spring Pageant"--Pupils of Holy Mrs. John Kenney, chairman of the " " last card party whi, ch had been so Souls. "Greeting Song" 1st, and 2nd grades of St. Andrew's. "Shadows"--Song, Holy Souls I school cEildren. "Smiles," Song--3rd, 4th, and 5th grade Cathedral. "The Angel's Serenade"--Panto- .mine, Holy Souls. "The Club Meeting"--S. A. C. Club. "Mystical Gifts" Children's Choir, Cathedral. Address Miss Rose Massery, Cathedral School. successfully conducted under her very capable management w~s un- able to be at the meeting and her re- port was made by Miss Cash. The party was perhaps the largest ever conducted by the Society and three hundred dollars was raised through this one effort. The members were urged to make final returns on the Lenten Self-Denial Banks as soon as 19ossible. Each circle to receive credit for the amounts thus receiv- ed. Following the meeting at which the Rector spoke, luncheon was serv- beth's Church--Masses on first, third, fourth and fifth Sundays at 9:00 a. m. FAYETTEVILLE and TONTI- TOWN Masses at 8:00 and 10:00 a. m. N.B. As the hours of Mass al- ternate each Sunday it is well +to find out at Fayetteville as to the ~our for a particular Sunday. FOREMAN Masses on the second and fourth Sundays, at 10:20 and 8:00 respectively. FORT SMITH, St. Boniface Church --Masses on Sundays at 6:00, 7:30, and 9:30 a. m. On Holidays at 5:30 and 8:00 a. m. FORT SMITH, Church of Christ the King--Masses on Sundays at 6:00 and 9:00 a.m. On Holidays at 7:00 and 9:00 a. m. GILLETT Mass on the second Sunday of the month at 10 a. m. HAMBURG.--Mass on the fourth Sunday of the month at 10:30 a. m. HARRISON, St. Blaise Church-- Mass on the second Sunday of the month ot 9:00 a. m. HOPE--Mass on the first and third Sundays of the month at 7:30 and 11:00 respectively. HELENA, St. Mary's Church-- Masses on Sunday at 7:30 and 10:00 a.Xm. HOT SPRINGS, St. Mary's Church --Masses on Sunday at 8:00 and 10:20 a. m., on holidays o~ obliga- tion at 7:30 and 9:00 a. m. HOXIE, Mary Immaculate Church Masses on the first and third Sun- days at 10:30 a. m.--on the second and fourth Sundays at 7:00 a. m. JONESBORO, St. Roman's Church Masses ,on Sunday at 8:00 a. m. Before a large crowd of hilarious and to say the least, mirth-provoked spectators, the Jonesboro Council 1702 of the Knights of Columbus was ignominiously defeated last week by the St. Roman's Crusaders, at Willett's pasture, to the tune of 33 to 7. The Knights, all agog for the base- ball pennant in the form of a ban- que~ to b~ presented by the losers, had their shins toasted by the glass. armed toy soldiers representing the Crusaders. They stood around with gaping eyeballs like a hen on a hot nail, and suffered the nimble Crusad- ers to run the bases until t'heir necks were long with thirst. An- drew Murray had more errors than Coins Financial School, and led the rheumatic procession to the morgue. The C{usaders were full of straw and scrap iron. They couldn't hit a brick-wagon with a pickax, and ran the ,bases like pall-bearers at a fu- neral. They stood about and whistl- ed for help, and were so weak they couldn'~ lift a g~ass of beer if it had been all foam. Chas. Willett and Mauri.ce Fairhead of the Crusaders, who were expected to play ha-~oc among the Knights with their trusty bats, fanned out ingloriously while thousands cheered. John Mason, first baseman for the Knights play- ed exceedingly well f~)r the Crusad- ers. The only time the Knights saw a gleam of light was in the seventh, when A. L. Carville tore the cover off the ball. It looked like the Amalgamated Union of South American Hoodoos Presentation of Gifts---Mary Kath- ed by the members of Circle 5, Miss and 10:00 a. m. During June, July was in session for work in the thir- erine Herbert, Cathedral School; Cash, chairman. It was a splendid anTI-August at 7:30 and 9:30 a, m. ty-third degree. If any sta~:s were Louis Eugene Browning, Cathedral meeting and one productive of good KNO'BEL--Mass on the first and in evidence, they certainly.were not third Sunday at 7:00 a.m. of the first magnitude. School, and Emmett Kearney, Holy results. Souls School. Carnival-Extra First Communion Through the efforts of Mr. Sam 'A ceremony that in it's simple at- Kirby, Manager of Publicity for the tractiveness touched the hearts of Little Rock College Carnival, a all present, was that in connection ,beautiful and costly collection of with the reception vf their First silver cups, gold and silver medals, Communion of more than fifty little and a large silver trophy has been boys and girls of the Cathedral and secured as prizes for the School Holy Souls: Schools last Sunday morning. The ceremony opened with Children's Athletic Meet at the Col- a procession! of the children with the lege on the afternoon of the Carni- Altar Boys dressed in white and val Thursday, May 15th. carrying lighted candles in their This is perhaps one of the finest hands. Then came the little girls selection of prizes ever awarded at dressed in white with flowing veils la Carnival of any kind in the city, and wreaths, and the boys in the more sombre colors. Marching into and in addition to the large trophy the Sanctuary the children with which will be awarded to the School Monsignor Moran leading recited the obtaining the largest number of LAKE VILLAGE, St. Mary's G~urch--Masses on Sunday at 7:30 and 10:00 a. m. LITTLE ROCK, St. Andrew's Ca- .thedral--Masses on Sunday at 7:00, 9:00 and 11:00 a. m.; on holidays at 6:30, 7:30 and 9:30 a. m. LITTLE ROCK, St. Edward'~ Church--Masses on Sunday, Low Mass at 7:00 and 11:00; High Mass at 9:00 a. m. LITTLE ROCK, Our Lady of Good Counsel Church--Mass on Sunday at 7:00, 9:00 and 10:30 a. m.; on holi- days, 6:15 and 9:00 a. m. McGEHEE, St. Winand's Church --Mass every Sund~ay at 8:00 a. m. MENA, St. Agnes' Church--Masses on first Sunday at 7:00 and 9:00 a. m.; on second Sundays at 9:00 a. m.; Creed and the Lord's Prayer after points ....... on t~hird and fifth Sundays at 8:00 a. Umpire---Sam Bartley, mmal , e~ca scnoo~ wnicn wins any which they renewed their Bapt" -~ .- u~ in6 races, will have+an opportun- m.; on fourth Sundays at 7:00 a.m. Score keeper--Alf Carville. vows. ^ r, ...... :__ ,:__ ~^,, ity to win a silver cup The three NEWPORT--Mass on the second ' At th~ ~ummum~. ~H,,~ ~.=# " and fourth Sunday at 9:30 a.m. POPE NAMES UTRECHT legged race has been added to those again approached the Sanctuary, NORTH LITTLE ROCK, St. Pat- SEE'S ADMINISTRATOR each with a Guardian Angel and re- already announced, and a prize~will rick's Church--Masses on Sundays at ITS NEW ARCHBISHOP ceived theirFirst Solemn Corn- be awarded to the winners in this* 8:00 and 10:00 a. m. mun~on. . .... event for both Juniors and Seniors, OSCEOLA --- Masses on second, (Louvain Correspondent, N. C. W. C. ne sermona~ ~ne ~ass was~ .. ' . , as well/as for all the other races third and'fourth Sundays at 8:00 a. News Service.) preached by the Rector, ~lonsignorI which are to be run Mr Kmb has m. [ Louvain, April 28.--The Holy Moran. I \ " " " ' y PARIS, St. Joseph's Church--Aft- Father has appointed Monsignor Jan- . sen, Dean of the City of Utrecht, Hol It was a touching sight to see so devoted considerable effort in the er May 15, Masses at 7:00 and 9:00 land, Archbishop of the Metropolitan many little children, their hearts obtaining of these prizes, and he is a. m. filled to overflowing with joy on theI entitled to much credit for his suc- PINE BLUFF, St. Joseph's Church See of Utrecht. Since the death of occasion of their First Holy Com-i cess in obtaining such a large and --Masses on Sundays at 7:30 and Monsignor Van de Wetering last No- reunion. The Cathedral was packed costly arral~ of prizes. He is at to the doors with a large congrega- present time the Asst. Manager of tion of fathers and mothers and the Majestic Theatre, and has secur- friends of the class, and many were ed some fine advertising both at thi~ obliged to stand throughout the theatre and from all the merchants Mass. Music at the Mass was rend- of the city for the ~oming Carnival ered by the Children's Choir with! The Supper solos by Master William O'Brien and Joseph Ob6rle. M~y Day Celebration. The annual May Day celebration in honor of the Blessed Virgin took place at the Cathedral on Sunday afterm)on at 3 o'clock. Practically every ~hild in the parish assisted in the ceremony, and a large congre- gation of adults filled the church to overflowing. The procession from Miss Florence Cash, chairman of !the Supper Committee has received :word that more than five hundred 'tickets have been sold for this part of the carnival programme. The tickets have been sold very readily by a large and active committee, of which Miss Cash is chairman, and all reports evidence an overflow attend- ance at this big feature of the carnival. 10:30 a. m.; on holidays at 6:30 and 9:00 a. m. POCAHONTAS, St. Paul's Church --Masses on Sundays at 7:00 and 9:00 a. m, PRESCOTT--Mass on the first Sunday of the month at 9:30 a. m. RATCLIFFEMass on the secom and fourth Sundays of the month at 8:00 a. m. SLOVACTOWN, St. Cyril and Methodius Church Mass on Sunday and all Holidays of obligation at 10 a. m. STAMPS Mass on the third Sun- day of the month at 8:30 a. m. STUTTGART--Mass on the second Sunday of the month at 7:30 a, m. vember, Archbishop Jansen had been Administrator of the Archdiocese. The new Archbishop is 62 years qf age and a Friesiander by birth. He has had a varied ecclesiastical career, having been village assistant, profes- sor of Holy Scriptures in the Archi- episcopal Seminary, country pastor, city pastor, parish founder, rural dean, and administrator of the dio- cese. Monsignor Jansen belongs to a family distinguished for its number of religious vocations. There have been eight priests and three mem- bers of religious communities o~f women in the past three generations ]of the Archbishop's family. EverytMng was yellow, rocky and whangbasted like a stigtossel full of dogglegammon. The game was whiskered and frostbitten. The Cru- saders were bad enough .but the Knights had their fins sewed up un- til they couldn't hold a crazy quilt unless it was tied around their necks. K. of C. Crusaders. Jack Murray C Donald Murray Andrew Murray PCarl Bauer John Mason 1st Jack Mathias John Mason 1st .a shrdl Frank Metz 2nd Maurice Fairhead A1 Brady ss. Joe Frye Otis Willett 3rd Francis Murray ' M P Welsh L F Chas Wlilett Enos Frenchn,, CF Lawrence Staudt A. L . Carville R F William Bauer