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.. , ..... ,, o o , Morris Camp and Morris School Located Near Searcy, Ark.-Every Modern Convenience Offered Paper and the nCeti., of Arkansas Rt. Rev. Msgr. H. H. Wernke, Little Rock, Spiritual Director T. J. Arnold. Little Rock. President Leo Hammer. Ft. Smith, 1st V.oPres. Jos. En'derlin, Conway, 2nd V.-Pres. Jos. A. Schnitzer, FL Smith. Sec. Meeting of Catholic Union ant Catholic Women's Union of Ar- kansas at Morrilton Sunday, May 15. 1 p. m.mRegistration of Dele- gates. 1:33 p. m.Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. 2 p. re.aMass Meeting: Welcome Address, Rev. F. A. Schwab, C. S. Sp., Morrilton. Call to Order--Mr. S. J. McNeil, Dtstrict President, Little Rock, Ar- kansas. Prayer--Eeo. A. Lachowsky, C. S. Sp., Conway, Ark. Installation of officersm(Cath- oUc Union and C. W. Union.) "America"Entire Assembly. "Individual and Social Piety," Rev. Geo. A. Carnes, Perry, Ark. (Lecture No. II, Series "Christian Family Life Institute") "The Catholic Union of krkan- sas," Mr. T. J. Arnold, State President, Catholic Union, Little Rock. "Our Central District League Program," Mr. H. B. Nagel, Dis- trict President, C. W. U., Central District League, Morrilton. Public Speaking Preliminary Elimination Contest---Mrs. Frank Severson, Chairman, Little Rock. Appointment of Judges and In- troduction of Contestants -- Mrs. Frank Severson. "Our National Convention," Mr. F. F. Stauder, Little Rock. "Our Lady cf Good Counsel," Hymn entire assembly. Awarding of Prizes--Mrs. Frank Severson. Prayer, Rev. A. Lachowsky, C. S. Sp. Adjournment of Mass Meeting 3 p.m. Separate business meeting of the Catholic Union and Catholic Wo- men's UYdon will be held from 3 to 4 p. m., after which the ladies of Morrilton will serve refresh- ments. Delegates and visitors are expected from Atkins, Conway, Little Rock, Perry, Morrilton and other points in the vicinity. Qi;00e Cattjolk 00gnig00ts of 00merica @ g ACTIVITIES OF BRANCHES AND MEMBERS IN ARKANSAS Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Frenker of Glendora, Calif., have been iv Little Rock the past week visit- ing Mr. and Mrs. Jos. H. De- Clerk. Mr. Frenken is a nephew of Mr. DeClerk. He moved witll his parents from Pocahontas in 1912. He is the youngest son of Peter and Gertrude Frenken. Mrs. Gertrude Frenken was a member of St. Paul's Branch No. 476 at Pocahontas, and was the first lady member of the branch. Bhhop Gilmore Urges Support d Boy Scouts Helena, Mont. (E).Endorsement of the Boy Scout movement is given in a statement just issued by the Most Rev. Joseph M. Gil- more, Bishop of Helena. Urging support for the scout campaign, Bishop Gilmore says: "Through a diversified and co- ordinate series of activities, wisely based on its direct appeal to youth, it (scouting) aims to build char- acter and to irain for citizenship. The individuals duties to God and country, to others, and to self are emphasized in a practical and effective manner. "There would be no youth prob- lem if all our young boys could be made to understand the value and importance of this ideal and could be trained in their forma- tive years to be faithful to it al- ways," he adds. "Scouting needs and deserves the support of every adult citizen." Jonesboro, Ark. GREENHAW ABSTRACT COMPANY Established 1882 510 Main Telephone 307 Jonesboro, Ark. assigned 1i sectional 4 to the consideration I! problems. The ReV.I  Prendergast, Busine | The Guardian, Little,q: will present a paperJ[ printing the Catholi discussion of which the Rev. Richard ._,S' C. S. P., of The MisSl ington, D.C. :' There is to be a 411 Brother Andrew Announces Openin9 Date Searey.--Opening date of Camp Morris was announced this week for June 19. The camp life pro- gram will be carried out over a six week's period. In making the announcement, Brother Andrew says, "Art or- ganized and properly directed camp is one of the safest and best places for a boy during the summer months, and every boy should be given the opportunity of spending at least two weeks in such a camp. Camp Morris, nine miles west of Searey, Arkansas, rear the foothills of the Ozarks, meets all the requirements. Ideal Location Ideally located in the wide open spaces Camp Morris offers boys the fellowship of companions their age and size under the able and efficient guidance of the Francis- can Brothers, a congregation of men trained and experienced in boy-leadership, who freely devote their entire lives to boy-work. Opportunity to train and de- velop in any sport will be found at Camp Morris. Hand-crafts and Hobby formation are sponsored. Good fellowship always prevails between counselor and campers. The well-balanced and whole- some meals are above reproach, as any previous camper can and will testify. Drinking water is pure, filtered, and pleasant to taste. Sleeping accommodations may be had in large tents or airy dormitories. Hikes, Swims and Thrills Camp life at Morris is attrac- tive to all real boys. At home the average boy does not have the o13_ portunity or facilities to enjoy to a full extent the games and sports so dear to his heart. Lack of space, lack of accommodations. lack of guidance and supervision in his games all result in disap- pointments. At Camp Morris, un- der the guiding influence of the Camp Directors who stimulate rather than repress initiative, the healthy boy can really enjoy and indulge in almost any sport. He can make those much wanted hikes and jaunts into the nearby woods; he can swim safely to his heart's content. This safety should appeal to all parents---clean water and lifeguards. Sleeping outdoors is always thrilling; real boys like it; Morris offers the solution and opportunity. Army tents, wood- en floors, hygienic but still close to nature. No growing boy should be de- prived of the opportunity of spending at least a few weeks at some good camp--Morris is very economical but satisfying and ap- pealing. Make arrangements now to register for the camp period June 19 to July 31. Delay may mean disappointment as only a limited number will be enrolled each week. Hygenic principles of right liv- ing are stressed constantly. A trained medical nurse will be on duty at all times. Complete infir- mary facilities are readily avail- able, should any of the boys be- come ill, and reliable physicians are within easy calling. Last, but not least, the boys are not wholly removed from the influence of church and school. The habits of order inculcated during the year are not lost but are strengthened. Catholic boys may attend Holy Mass daily. Camp Morris is located on the campus of the Morris SchOol for Boys, which is about nine miles west of Searcy, Arkansas, on High- way 36. This latter highway meets numbers 64 and 67 at Searcy. It is truly, admirable, this Ros- ary, composed of the Angelic Sal- utation with the Our Father, and calling for interior meditation. It is an excellent manner of pray- ing and is most useful for at- atining our eternal end.Pope Leo XIII. Morris Camp Music Students At Mt. St. Mary's Receive Honors Little Rock.  Mt. St. Mary's music department had five entries in the recent state competition sponsored by the National Fed- eration of Music Clubs. All five entrants received high ratings-- three "Superior," one "Excellent," and one "Good." The students, entered in the state contest, had previously won local and district honors. Laurie Butts and Jean Courtney, win- ners in the local contest, were eli- minated in the district comleti- tion, but all others carried honors on through the state contest. Win- ners are: Larry Parker, baritone, "Superior"; Arthur Henry Harris, piano solo, Class B, "Superior"; Ann Webber and Arthur Henry Harris, piano duo, Class B "Su- I perior"; Mary Helen Thomas, pi- ano solo, Class B, "Excellent"; and Mary Helen Thomas and Juanita Clift, piano duo, Class A, "Good." CATHEDRAL NOTES (Continued from Page 3) Mass on Sunday morning. Discussion Clubs As a feature of the work of the Arehconfraternity of Christian Doctrine, two discussions clubs will be conducted in the 7th Street Vestry of the Cathedral. One for young men and women will be held twice a month on Wednesday evening after the novena devo- tions. The other for adults will likewise be held twice a month on Friday evenings at 7:45 o'clock. Both discussion clubs are in charge of the Rev. Francis S. Guy, Ph.D., of St. John's Seminary. May Devotions Devotions in honor of the Bless- ed Mother will be held every morning during the month of May during the 8 o'clock Mass and on Wednesday and Sunday evenings in connection with the novena de- votions. Cathedral Aid Society At the June meeting of the Ca- thedral Aid society, to be held on Monday, June 6, reports will be made by the chairmen on the ac- tivities held during the first six months of the year and each chair- man will present a check, repre- senting the financial returns from the efforts of her circle during the first six months of the year. The program of the National Coun- cil of Catholic Women will be carried out in its entlrety at the June meeting, at which time it is hoped to have present the presi- dent of state N. C. C. W. as well as the district president and other officers of the society. Circle Activities Circle No. I, Mrs. J. C. Mc- Farland, acting chairman, held a well attended and financially suc- cessful spaghetti supper Wednes- day from 5 to 8 of the committee in charge, assisted by the follow- ing members of the newly appoint- ed executive committee: Mrs. J. I O. Martin, Mrs. F. A. Besiegel, and Mrs. J. D. Finnegan. Circle No. 2, Mrs. George Dana- her, chairman, held a successful and largely attended meeting at the home of Mrs. Rowland Frazier on Friday, May 6. Luncheon was served at the noon hour by the hostess. The meeting on Friday, May 13, will be held at the home of Mrs. James I. Madigan, 622 North Cedar, at 12:30 noon. The circle is also preparing for its annual picnic to be held in June. Circle No. 3 was happy to wel- come its new chairman, Mrs. Frank Cornil, to its meeting on Tuesday, May 10, in the Seventh Street vestry of the Cathedral. Mrs. Eugene Hart has been acting as chairman since the beginning of the year, due to the illness of Mrs. Cornil. Circle No. 4, Mrs. G. J. Shrad- er, chairman, held a well attend- ed meeting at the home  Mrs. P. B. Gaines, 1516 Main street, on Thursday, at which time prepara- tions were made for a series of ac- tivities. Circle No. 5, Mrs. John L. Ken- ney, chairman, will have a busi- ness meeting in the school parlors Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. This circle will sponsor a tango party Friday evening in the parlors with Mrs. C. G: Conn and Mrs. L. H. Judge in charge. The cir- cle will also have a card party in the school parlors Friday, May 27, with Mrs. Samuel Smith as chairman of the committee in charge. The following members of the circle are on this com- mittee: Mrs. J. D. Rabbitt, Mrs. Jack Moore, Mrs. J. E. Guinee, Mrs. L. H. Judge, Mrs. C. C. Trapp, Mrs, C. E. Crichton, hrs. Morris Farrell, Mrs. Thelma Was- era, Mrs. Nick Eichelman, and Mrs. Samuel Smith. Blessed Virgin's Sodality The Blessed Virgin's Sodality, Miss Alice Richard, prefect, held a very enjoyable weiner roast at Boyle Park on Thursday, May 5. The next meeing of the Sodality will be held in the Seventh street vestry of the Cathedral on Thurs- day, May 19, when plans will be. made for further activities. The Cathedral School The annual outing of the pupils of the Cathedral school was held at Boyle Park on Tuesday, May 10, with the Mothers' Club, Mrs. E. R. Kemp, president, in charge. The children made the trip to and from the park in a school bus and enjoyed the day in picnic fashion. The annual m.eeting of the Mothers' Club will be held on Wednesday, May 18, at 2 p. m. This meeting has been changed rom its regular date of Thurs- day in order not to conflict with the annual carnival of the Cath- olic High school. At this time Altar Society Is Formed in Parish At Bald Knob Bald Knob, Ark.Last Sunday, the ladies of St. Richard's parish, Bald Knob, Arkansas, under the direction of their pastor, the Rev. Charles McCauley, formed an altar society. Heart, will lead the discussion of this paper. William P. O'Connell, Managing Editor of the Catholic Northwest Progress, Seattle, will speak on "What Advertising Means to the Diocesan Newspa- per," and the Rev. Dr. A. M. Fitz- patrick, Editor of the Catholic Universe Bulletin, Ceveland, will lead the discussion. "The Buying Power of the Catholic Family" The following ladies were elect- will be the topic of H. E. Desmond, ed as officers: Mrs. J. E. Albert, General Manager of the Catholic president; Mrs. J. Freeport, vice Herald-Citizen, Milwaukee. Char- president; Mrs. Cecile Parham, les C. Murphy, Business Manager secretary and Mrs. W. P. Albert, of The Catholic Review, Baltimore, treasurer, will lead the discussion. After the election of officers, A general theme--"The Catholic suggestions were made for hold- ing benefits for the raising of funds. The society will meet again Sunday, May 22, His Excellency to Give Invocation at Press Meet (Continued from Page 1) non, Bishop of Erie and Episcopal Chairman of the N. C. W. C. Press Department, will deliver an ad- dress at this time, and Mr. Fitz- patrick will give his presidential address. Following this general meeting there will be two concurrent ses- sions--one devoted to editorial matters and the other jointly to advertising and circulation prob- lems. The Rev. John J. Gough, Editor of The Catholic Light, Scranton, Pa., will preside over the editorial section, whose gen- eral theme will be the "Individu- ality of Our Newspapers." A pa- per on "Freedom of Expression," presented by Richard Reid, Edit- or of The Bulletin, Augusta, Ga., will be discussed by the Rev. A. R. Zuroweste, Editor of The Mes- senger, East St. Louis, Ill. "News- paper Awareness," a paper by Roger Baudier, Associate Editor of Catholic Action of the South, New Orleans, will be discussed by F. A. Fink, Associate Editor of Our Sunday Visitor, Huntington, Ind. "The Personality of a Newspaper," a subject on which the Rev. Thomas J. Drury, Editor of the Texas Panhandle Register, will present a paper, will be discussed by Ray H. Pfau, Associate Editor of The Michigan Catholic, Detroit. A. J. Wey, General Manager of The Catholic Universe Bulletin, Cleveland, will be chairman of the session on advertising and cir- culation. "A United Front for Se- curing National Advertising" will be the theme of a paper by How- ard W. IGippert, Manager of the Catholic Courier, Rochester. The Rev. Charles J. Mullaly, S. J., Edi- tor of the Messenger of the Sacred J the annual election of officers will be held and the reports of the retiring officers will be given. See Our Double Service wo SU00TS $2 5 AT ....................... In the new and wanted models. Sizes to fit regulars and the hard to fit. Rube & Scott Inc. 4 ! 7-419 Main Street Little Rock, Arkansas QUALITY CLOTHE AT REASONABLE PRICES OUR MOTTO: SERVICE THE "WRIGHT WAY." OUR AI M: EVERY CUSTOMER SATISFIED OVER 7 YEARS OF CONTINUAL GROWTH (There must be a reason) Give us a trial--You are the judge Wright Service Company, Inc. Broadway at Second 200 E. Broadway Little Rock, Ark. No. Little Rock Phone 6143 Phone 8373 Distributor of United States Tkes and Batteries DR. ANNIE M. BREMYER Pathometrte Precision Diagnosis 14 Years Experience As a Graduate Nurse Phone 2-2684 310 E. 9th St. Little Rock. Ark. Rouge Friday aft ed by a French-SUi, on the banks of the Friday evening. G0! ard W. Leche of Lo 1 host to the delegates T fry. " :' Saturday morningt: see-a continuaUO torial, advertising discussions. Then statement of Frank rector of the N. Service; the considerS! lutions, unfinished  the election of offl0 Saturday noon thei be taken on a tour! CarTe, and will be ! Dr. Joseph A. Da a: luncheon. Saturday aftern0:, gates will be takerS' across the Huey Hope Haven, and guests of Sheriff 1 at a German Gard The Picture Gm CLASS A. UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR GENERAL A Yank at Oxford Love and Hisses Annapolis Salute Mad About Music Beloved Brat Make A Wish Bringing Up Baby Merrily We Live Ca:ssidy of Bar 20 Of Human Hearts Change of Heart Over the Wall Crashing Hollywood Radio City Revels Daredevil Drivers, The Rawhide Everybody Sing Romance Gold Is Where You Find It Rosalie Goldwyn Follies Sally, Irene and Goodbye Broadway Snow White and Hawaii Calls Start Cheering He Couldn't Say No Thin Ice Heidi Trip to Paris, A  i Heart of Arizona Tarzen's Revenge ": -- ' International Settlement The Kid Comes Bs In Old Chicago This Marriage Bus Little Miss Roughneck When G-Men steP Lone Wolf in Paris Wide Open Faces il CLASS B. -- UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS: i Accidents Will Happen The Awful Truth Condemned Women Double Wedding Double Danger Dangerous to Know Fools for Scandal Happy Landing Island in The Sky I Met My Love Again Joy of Living, The CLASS C. Wine, Women and Horses The Rat King of Newsboys Law of the Under, Mr. Moto's Gamble My Old Kentucky Merry Go Round of Night Spot Second HoneymoOl i Stage Door Swing Your LadY Slight Case of CONDEMNED ' Adolf Armstark Let's Make a Two Who Dared Love, WHERE TO $| ALTUS.  1st, 8rd and 4th Sundays at 7:30 and 10:00; 2nd and 5th Sundays at 7:80. ATKINS.lst, 2nd and 4th Sundays at 8: 8rd and th Sundays at 8 and I0. Holydays at 6:60 and 8:80. BALD KNOBMass every second and fourth Sunday at 8:00. BARLING.--Mass at 9:00. BATES'VILLE.--2nd Sunday at 10:O0-" 4th Sunday at 8:00. BRINKLEY.  Sundays at 8:80. CAMDEN.--Mass at 7:80 and 9:80. CARLISLE.Every Sunday at 0:80. CHARLESTON. -- 1st. 8rd and $th Sundays at 7:80 and 10:00; on 2nd and 4th Sundays at 10:00. CLARKSVILLE. -- Mass on 1st and 8rd Sunday at 1O; 2nd and 4th and 8th Sundays at 8. COAL HILL.  2nd and &th Sun- days at 10:O0. CONWAY. -- Sundays at 7:00 and 9:15: weekdays at 6:80. COTTER. -- 1st and Srd Friday at 7:00 A. M. 5th Sunday at 10:80. CRAWFORDSVlLLE.  2nd Sunday at 8:80. DARDANELLE.--lst Sunday at 10. DE VALLS BLUFF.  2nd and 4th Sundays at 10 :O0. DeQUEEN. -- 1st, 8rd and th Sun- days at I0:00; 2nd and 4th Sundays at 8:00. EL DORADO.  Mass at 7:80 and 10:00: on Ho'days at 7:00 and 9:00. ENGELBERG.--Winter schedule. Ms at 9:00: Summer schedule. Mass at 8:80. EUREKA SPRING.S  Ist and 2nd Sunday at 10:$0; 8rd and 4th Sun- day at S:00: th Sunday at 7:00. FAYETTEVILLE. -- Sundays at 6:00 and 9:00. FOREMAN  Mass on 1st. 8rd and th Sundays at 800. 2nd, and 4tr Sundays tt I0:00. FORREST CITY.  Ist, 8rd and 5th Sundays at 10:80; 2nd and 4th Sundays at 8:00: Hulytys at 7:00. FORT SMITH: IMMACULATE CONCEPTION. Sundays at 6:00, 7:80. 9:OO and 11:00. ST. BONIFACE.  Sundays at 6:00 7:30. and 9:80: weekdays at 7:00. CHRIST THE KING.--Mass on Sun- day et 7:00, 9:00 and 11:80. ST. JOHN BAPTIST. (Colored). Mass at 8:80. GILLETT. -- Mass on 2nd and 5th Sundays at 10:80. HARRISON,  2nd Sunday at 8:00; 1st and 8rd Sturday at 9:00; 4th Sun- day at 10:80. HARTMAN.Ist and 8rd Sundays a t 8: 2rid, th and 5th Sundays at I0. HELENA. -- Mass on Sunday at 7;00 and 900; weekdays at 7:80. HOPE.  Iet and 4th Sundays at 8:00: and. 8rd and 5th Sundays at 10:0O. HOT SPRINGS: ST. MARY'S  Sundays at 8 :OO and 10:80: Holydays at 7:80 and 9:00; Weekdays et 7:80. ST. JOHN'S  Mass at 8:00 and l O :O0. HOXlE.Mass on let Sunday at 1O :80 ; ! on 2nd. 4th and 5th Sundays at 9:00; Mass on 8rd Sunday at 8:60. JONESBORO.Mass at 8 and 10. KNOBEL.Mass on 1st Sunday a 8:00: on 8rd Sunday at 10:80. LAKE VILLAGE.Mass at 8 and I0. LEVY.--St. Anne'L  Sundays and HolY ll at 8:80; on First Fr  LITTLE R@CK:  CATHEDRAL " 1 f '/.oo q.n0 tnd  ", 7:00 and 8.00._ -- ST. EDWARD'S' Holydays at fi :80. 7.,u'l GOOD COUNSE:b',,0  days at 7:00, 8:V Weekdays at 6:80 $'u-uihl days at 6:00 7:80 atl  HOLY SOULS .'-. days at 8:00; I01: I MAGNOLIA.  .nc:l 8rd Sunday at 1O: v. MARCHE--MasS  MARIANNA.  I. Sundays at 8:00; Sn.  at 10:80. Holy(lays , f,r MARKED TRE. . Sunny at I0:00.  MENA.Mass on : MORRILTON --r; MORRISON "BLUF ':! and 0:80. S#! NEWPORT.--I st, '  days. Mass at S:00.,,.al I NEW BLAINE.-./im and Holydays at _) NORTH LITTLE R_t./d$J ST. MARY'S ClW':: 8:00 and 10:00. _ ST. PATR ICK'&' I0:00. t, Il: PARAGOULD.I s i :t11 dys at 7:80 and 1, 10: 4th at 7:80. . $ PARIS.  Mass s* " T PIGGOTT.--2nd  PINE BLUFF --Ma@,;;: POCAHONTAS.--"; 7:00 and 9:00 A. ' PRAIRIE VIEW. ,l or 10:O0; Man.. TueS't PRESCOTT.  1. :? 8th Sunday at 8:OO RATCLIFF.  gaa':P at 7:80. ' RECTOR.2nd SoPI Sunday at I0. ;.d ROGERS.  1st t and 4th Saturday" ,"i at 10:80. .sK RUSSELLVILLE .''  days at 10. a SCRANTON.  - o .-oo: Thurs., Frl.,  SEARCY.--EverY "! month at 9:00. ', SLO V ACTO WN. _':"_ ;;Y and Holydays at l U; STAMPS.  8ra 2- 4th Suadays at 8: on 2nd and 8th Su' ST. VINCENT. ". days at 00:oo and SUBIACO.  M'"?; 6:80. 7:80. 9:80. -'S TEXARKANA.., 8 and 10; cn ltolYa' on weekdays at 8..,, ra$" TONTITOVN. d WEINER  Su WEST MEMPH|$, and 5th Sundays at at 7:00. WYNNE.FIrst Sunday at 8:00.