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PAGE TWO THE GUARDIAN, MAY 13, 1938 First State B. V. M. Sodality Convention a Great Event at Fort Sm' Sodalists Congratulated By His Excellency C/il ii ii St. Anne's and St. Scholastica's Academies Host to Sodalists of State-Convention Headquarters at-lmmaculate Conception Fort Smith.--(Special).--Suecess marked every step of the student sodality State rally held in Fort Smith last week, May 6, 7 and 8. Climaxing the interest and enthusiasm of the conven- tion was the congratulatory message from His Excellency, the Most Reverend Bishop, in which he assured the Sodalists of his blessing and interest in the work that they are doing. "I am sure," the Bishop said, "that this event is an inspiration to all participants and will be of immense value to them per- sonally and to the Church in general." At the inception of this rally, the first of its kind in the State, it was rather dubious as to a successful outcome, but the idea being seriously considered, arrangements carefully planned, and backed by encouragement and cooperation, the initiator of the movement, the Rev. Stephen Jacklin, chaplain of St. Scholastica's Academy, with the smooth technique of leadersliip, carried the undertaking to a decidedly triumphant finish. Under his direction the sodallsts of St. Anne's and St. Scholastica's Academies sponsored the rally and the several committees were selected from among the pupils who generously gave their services in the cause. Out-f-town delegates began arriving on Thursday afternoon registration was at the library of the Immaculate Conception school from where the housing and transportation committees conveyed the visitors to the several homes in Fort Smith whose owners had Rutt Eddy presided at the organ. The work, proper to the rally, kindly offered hospitality for so- dalists attending the rally. That. began at 10 o'clock, Friday morn- evening a get-acquainted gather- ing, in the auditorium of the Im- maculate Conception school, where ing and informal party were tea- all the business meetings were tured for the boys and girls on the roof garden of the Immaculate held. Preceding the first delibera- Conception school, refreshments tLve session, welcome addresses were served by the local court of were given by the Rev. Paul F. the Catholic Daughters of America. Desmond, Rev. Peter Post, O. S. B., Roy. Father Ignatius Bed- On Friday morning Solemn High mayer, O. S. B., prior of the Su- Mass was celebrated in the Im- biaco Abbey, Rev. J. G. Laughlin, maculate Conception church with Rev. M. F. Donovan, Mary Louise. the Rev. M. F. Donovan, prefeR- Jordan, prefect of St. Anne's So- Rer at the Little Rock Catholic dality and Johanna Rockenhouse, High school, as celebrant. The Roy. prefect of St. Scholastica's Sodal- Joseph G. Laughlin, Christ King, ity; the speakers were introduced Fort Smith, was deacon and the by Louis Webb Barry, St. Anne's Rev. Edward McCormick, St. Bar- committee geaeral chairman. bara's, De Queen, sub-deacon. The Following the reading of papers Rev. Louis Janesko, Immaculate the subject matter was discussed Conception church, was master of from the floor, the Rev. Stephen ceremonies and the Rev. Stephen Jacldin acting as moderator; Fa- Jaeklin was speaker for the intro, ther Desmond occasionally being ductory remarks pertaining to the called upon as arbitrator for spiritual aspect of the conven-drawn out points, graciously res- elan. pending, controversial points were The St. Anne's mixed student ended with concise definiteness. choir under the direction of Pro- Papers read were: "Religious lessor Maurice Derdeyn sang Indifference of Youth," Irene Marzo's Eighth Mass in F. The of- Spanke, St. Scholastica's, Fort fertory was sung by Mary Boyd Smith; "Modern Youth and the Mock, Mary Louise Jordan,, J. L', Sacraments," Patricia Farnand, Moody and Clyde Moore. Milta St. Anne's, Fort Smith; "Am I ;Proud of My Religion?" Lesion "School Children's Prayerbook" :Sacra, Subiaco high; "Profanity," by Roy. Lawrence Hoyt, O. S.B. Frank Borden, Little Rock Catho- A method of training ehihlren to tke an active part in tile Mass. Five con- lic high. g-reffatlonal Mass forms, Communion The second session began at 1:30 Available at B. Herder Book Co., Prayers, etc. with--"My Attitude Towards Bengigor Brothers, E. M. Lohmann C0., Fredrtck Pustet Co.. or the au- Mixed Marriages," Marie Enderlin, thor, Sl5 Sherman St. Little Rock, St. Joseph's High, Conway; "Our Indifference Towards Commu- nism," Juanita Hudgens, Mt. St. They Will Mary's, Little Rock; "Influence of Literature," Theresa Hartmeier, Not Advertise Unless YOU as readers of The Guardian show your prac- tical appreciation by pat- ronizing advertisers. *** The reading worth of every paper is in direct proportion to its adver- tising income. And ad- vertisers spend their dol- lars where they produce results; Read the advertisements in The Guardian. Ask your merchant to adver- tise in your paper and notify The Guardian of- fice of prospective adver- tisers. In Ft. Smith call Fred O}Baugh, authoriz- ed representative. PHONE 8033 The Guardian SODALITY OFFICIALS AT FORT SMITH CONVENTION Left to right, seated: Mary Nell Kelly, general committee; Louis Webb Barry, General Chairman; Lucille Smith, corresponding secretary. Standing: Mary Louise Jordan, prefect of St. Anne's Sodality; Mary Jo Haman, general committee; Joanna Rockenhaus, prefect of St. Scholastica's So- dality. (Courtesy of Southwest Times Record). St. Scholastica's, Fort Smith; "Smutty Stories," Clarence Im- baden, Sacred Heart high, Morril- ton. Finishing the serious work of the first day the sodalists adjourn- ed until 8 o'clock when they and their chaperones repaired to the !roof garden for the big social event of the rally, a dance, which was thoroughly enjoyed; excellent music was furnished by the Brigadiers orchestra. On Saturday the sodalists unit- ed with the Alumnae Association of SLlAnne's and St. Scholastica's in observance of "Mary's Day." A Solemn High Mass was celebrat- ed by Rev. Paul F. Desmond in the Immaculate Conception church assisted by Rev. Peter Post, O. S. B., and Rev. JaR. G. Laughlin as deacon and sub-deacon res- pectively. The Rev. Louis Ja- nesko was master of ceremonies. A beautiful sermon to "Mary, the All Beautiful, '} was delivered by Rev. S. F. Jacklin. The faith- ful from all parishes combined to fill the church to capacity with hundreds approaching the Holy Table. The St. Azme's mixed choir again sang the Mass. Larry Mullins To Award Athletic Trophy at Subiaco Subiaco, May 1.  (Special). Larry "Moon" Mullins, athletic director and coach of the uni- versity of Loyola of the South in New Orleans, has accepted an in- vitation to be present at the com- mencement exercises at Subiaco academy on May 29 and to award the athletic trophy given annually to the student selected as Su- biaco's outstanding athlete. The trophy is awarded "on the basis of usefulness to the teams and sportsmanship ancl school spirit displayed on and off the campus." Hitherto, the three major sports of football, basketball and baseball were considered in pick- ing the standout athlete. This year tennis has been added as a major sport with inter-school competition, and will be a factor in deciding the award. Mullins' letter of acceptance ar- rived at the school Sunday. He will be piloted to the Logan county Benedictine seat by Jim Wyllie, a Trojan letterman of '34, who is a student in medicine at Loyola. Mullins began his coaching ca- reer in the Benedictine college known as St. Benedict's, in Atchi- son, Kans., shortly afte the death of the late Knute K. Rockne Notre Dame, who picked Mullins ! as his best coaching prospect in his senior year at the South Bend school. FT. SMITH, ARK. JOHN FINK Jewelry Co.. FORT SMITH, ARK. Established 1878 Complete Line of RINGS WATCHES DIAMONDS SILVERWARE CASH OR CREDIT Absolutely no Interest or Carrying Charges JOHNSON-HALES LIVESTOCK COMMISSION CO We Solicit Your BUSINESS Bonded for Your Protection West Ft. Smith Stockyards Day Phone 4091  Night 7993 Ed Johnson Luther Sharp Jimmie Hales Students' Club Distributes Papers As May Day Act Duluth. (E).The Catholic Ac- tion Club of Cathedral High schooI in Duluth, Minn. did its share to counteract any false propaganda on "May Day." Five hundred copies of The Catholic Worker, a monthly pub- lication, were purchased by the free will offerings of the student- body at the Christian Brothers school. Twelve members of the. Catholic Action Club volunteered to distribute these papers to bar- ber shops, railway and bus depots, hotel lobbies and to various mem- bers of labor unions on parade that day. Many pet"sons were anx- ious to get holdzqf, ny kind of paper, since workers on the local daily papers are on strike. The few Catholics who were contact- ed in this distribution expressed delight at this project, and de- manded more copies of the Cath- olic Worker. Veteran New Orleans Pastor Dies New Orleans. ().The Rev. John Baptiste Prim, pastor of Holy Trinity Church since 1908 and as- sistant pastor for nine years be- fore becoming pastor, is dead. He was born in Troves, Germany, 62 years ago, studied for the priest- hood at the University of Louvain, Belgium. HAs brother, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Francis Prim, pastor of Mater Dolorosa Church here died several years ago. FT. SMITH, ARK. "A GOOD BEAUTY oPERATOR IS ALWAYS IN DEMAND STONER'S BEAUTY ACADEMY The Pioneer Beauty School in the Southwest TRAIN FOR A SUCCESSFUL CAREER WRITE FOR PARTICULARS Phone 3066 9191/R Garrison Fort Smith FORT SmltU Vehicle Machinery I;o. Hardware - Seeds Sporting Goods South 9th and Rogers Phone 7564 Fort Smith, Ark. Subiaco, Ft. smith Have Dual Tennis Meet at Academy Subiaco, May 10.- (Special). Jorge Dominguez, Cuban net star playing for Subiaco academy, handed Stanley Price of Fort Smith high school his first deeat this year as Subiaco and Fort Smith broke even in a dual tennis meet at Subiaco last Friday. Do- minguez won 6-4, 6-1. John Dunn of the academy won from Paul Hedges 6-2, 1-6, 6-2. The Trojan doubles team of Dunn and Bob Clarke defeated J .W. Gable and Fred Baker 7-5, 11-9. Kendall Stratford of the Grizzlies won over Leston Sacra, 8-6, 6-8, and Gable took off James Donohue, 6-0, 6-4. In the final doubles, Stratford and Price won handily from Sacra and Dominguez, 6-2, 6-3. Tennis became a major sport at Subiaco this spring through the efforts of the Roy. Alcuin Kubis O. S. B., assistant prefect, who manages the teams. .lOS. V. FERRARI CO. INSTYRANCE and BONDS "We Give Service" Phone 8181 Fort Smith, Ark. AUTO PARTS CO. NEW AND USED PARTS FOR ALL CARS 310 Towson Ave. Ph. 8500 AUTO TIRE CO. USED TIRES.-.ALL SIZES Vulcanizing and Retreading We Have the Largest Stock in Arkansas 306 Towson Ave. Ph. 4325 Fort Smith, Ark. DALY'S Monumental Workl Established 1821 Fentress Mortuary Novel Is Barred From Shelves Of Public Library Subiaco Study Club Has Meeting, May 4 Subiaco. -- The Little Study Club held its weeklY ing at the St. Benedict's I fed by the City Librarian, the De- troit Council of Catholic Organi- zations has succeeded in having removed from the shelves of the Detroit Public Library Ernest Hemingway's book "To Have and to Have Not." The book was or- dered removed by the Prosecut- ing Attorney,'who threatened legal action against the library officials, and who also ordered the book barred from sale and from cir- culating libraries. Arthur D. Maguh'e, chairman of the board of directors of the De- troit Council of Catholic Organiza- tions, wrote to Librarian Adam Strohm, protesting against a book o this character being offered for circulation by an institution supported by the taxpayers of De- troit "and which is not even limit- ed to adults but may be obtained by high school boys and girls." "I have read the book and failed to see one redeeming feature that justifies its publication or circula- tion," Mr. Maguire said "It is ut- terly filthy from beginning to end." Mr. Maguire called atten- tion to the campaign being waged not only here but throughout the United States against salacious reading matter, and asked "what is the sense of stopping the sale of this kind of filth at the news- stands if the youth of the coun- try can obtain books that are even worse than some of these maga- zines by simply going to the public library?" He also inquired if there is any defense to be made, and offered to debate with those re- sponsible for selecting the library's books. The Michigan Catholic vigorous- ly attacked the Librarian's atti- tude. The Detroit Council of Catholic Organizations complained to Judge Thomas M. Cotter of Recorder's Court. Judge Cotter examined passages from the books, and then I called in Prosecutor Duncan C. McCrea, to whom he read pas- sages from the work. The Pro- secutor returned at once to his office, called in Librarian Strohm, and told him that if the book was not removed from the shelves of the Detroit Public Library he would prosecute the Librarian and the Library Commission. Detroit. (E).After being rebut- hall on Wednesday, May 4} Washington, May 6. (I).Denial of second-class mailing privileges to "Ken" magazine because of an arthcle appearing in its current issue, is announced by Postmaster General James A. Farley. p. m. The meeting was order by the president, AloYS lems. The secretary, Paul called the roll and read the utes of our previous meeting. The subject discussed wa& Holy Sacrifice of the Mas$' speakers on - the progra Miss Ida Bartsch, Nicene Creed"; Justin "Offertory"; Frank WillemS, face'." The discussion was led Anne Wagner. 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