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THE GUARDIAN, MAY 14, 1943 PAGE THREE and SOCIAL I A L L00DI00MS: STORIES Send Social Items to The Guardian *:! SUBMITTED MUST BE 309 West Second St., Phone 5486, by I Tuesday. j SIGNED Reception Room Added To Rectory of Mt. St. Mary's Association are request- meet in the Alumnae Room Academy Sunday, May 16, This meeting is called purpose of formulating the annual Alumnae which is to be held Sun- 23. All members are be present. AJford A. Hart, attached ortation Corps (Wat- in Washington, D. C., days' leave with his and Mrs. Adolph Nmth Liittle Rock. i May Circle of Cathedral Under the chairmanship of G. Brodie will hold the Wed'nesday night, the parish hall, 9th & A bushel basket of Will be given away to winner. Be sure and Mrs. A. M. Micek an- the engagement and ap- marriage of their Amelia Margaret, to Lt. Cullivan, son of Mr. Patrick J. Cullivan of Kansas. The wedding )lace on Thursday, May Mary's Church, North with the bride-elect's the Adam Micek performing the ceremony. The bride-elect is a graduate of Mt. St. Mary's Academy and has been connected with the Arkansas Or- dinance Plant, Jacksonville. Lt. Cullivan is a graduate of Wamego High School and Officer's Candi- date School at Fort Sill, Okla- homa. At present he is stationed at Camp McCain, Mississippi Where the couple will make their home. The Altar Society of St. Mary's Church will hold their monthly Bingo party at the school hall, 16th & Parker Sts., North Little Rock, Tuesday, May 18th, at 8:00 p.m. The following committee is in charge: Mrs. Monica Kresse, Mrs. Matthew Kresse, Miss Amelia i Nahlen, Mrs. Josephine Jackson, i Mrs. Joanna McMurray, Mrs. ;Marie Hammons, Miss Cecilia Kresse, Mrs. Carl Schnebelen, Mrs. :Joseph Schnebelen and Mrs. Frank Nosal. Guardian Photo Little Rock.--The attractive, comfortable reception room shown here is a recent addition to Our Lady of Good Counsel Rectory. The need was initiated by the necessity for additional facilities for instruction classes and parish requirements. 6reater Little Rock Activities St. Andrew's Cathedral Sunday will be the third Sun. day after Easter. Masses at the Cathedral will be at 6, 7, 9, 10 and 11 o'clock. Masses at Holy Souls Chapel The regular quarterly meet- will be at 7:30 and 9 o'clock. ing of the Little Rock District Na- Masses during the week at the tional Council of Catholic Wo- Cathedral will be at 7 and 8 men will be held Tuesday after- o'clock. noon, May 25th, at the NCCS-USO Club, 112 East 7th Street, begin- Novena in Honor of Our Lady of ning at two o'clock. Reports of the Miraculous Medal followed by Parish Presidents and District Benediction of the Most Blessed Chairmen will be made, followed Sacrament will be held Sunday by a program of interest, night beginning at 7:45 o'clock. Novena in honor of St. Theresa, Sunday is Communion day for girls of the parish. Weekly social in the hall Mon- day night at 8 o'clock, sponsored by the P.T.A., Mrs. A. C. May, chairman, assisted by Mrs. R. L. Bennett, Mrs. Kate Pratt, Mrs. Paul Halter, Mrs. W. M. Coch- ran, Mrs. Charles Long, Mrs. Al- bert Hamling and Mrs. Henry Gray. Good Counsel Novena for Peace and Victory is held every Sunday afternoon at five o'clock followed' by Benedic- Little.Known Facts for Catholics M: |, MURRAY 0,. a. . w.  DEPOPULSrnNG ORDERS uSuALLY v/eaR iTE Co/ol" 7HE/R ORDZ g HOT RED sJr.Ou'meliges. ldEe, 1 iS Nor vopnv PosmwP/ ow gUT " S-nm-noALu' iNTtIEO A; "mE PLACE'. IMSTEDT &Heating Company Little Rock For More Than 20 Years and Repairs of & HEATING Phone 6155 Rock, Arkansas ctory E Call In Advance For Appointment BRANCH BEAUTY SHOP 1107 Battery Phone 4-1564 | The Little Flower, on Wednesday morning following the 7 and 8 o'clock Masses. 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. Thursday night the Catholic Convert League will meet at 8:00 p.m., at the Cathedral Parish Hall. The Roy B. F. McDevitt, director, will continue his talks. The regular weekly Bingo will be held at the Cathedral Parish Hall, 9th & Louisiana Sts., Wed- nesday night beginning sharply at 8:15 p.m. Saint Edward's Church Sunday services: Masses, 5:30 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Sermon at the Masses, Instruction on the Sacrament of Confirmation. All women of the Parish are invited to receive Holy Communion in the 7:00 o'clock Mass. Novena of the Sacred Heart at 3:00 this afternoon. Weekday services: Daily Masses at 6:30 and 8:30 a.m. Novena of Our Lady of Per- petual Help Tuesday night at 7:30 May devotions every evening at 7:30. SOCIAL: Musical Minstrel, presented by St. Edward's Ushers Guild at 8:15 Sunday night, in St. Edward's Hall, Ninth and Ferry Sts., May 16. All are welcome and an enjoyable evening is )romised to all. The Congregation and our riends are going to be entertained': at Bingo by Circle No. 5 Tuesday night at 8:15. St Patrick's Church North Little Rock Masses Sunday at 7, 9 and 11 o'clock. ' May Devotions and Novena for Victor'y at 3 o'clock Sunday after- noon, concluding with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Mission collection will be tak- en up Sunday at the Masses. tion of the Most Blessed Sacra- ment. Novena to St. Anthony follows all the Masses on Tuesday morn- ing. Novena to the Little ilower and the Blessed Sacrament is held every Friday night at 7:30. The St. Anthony Sodality will give a dance Monday night, May 17th, honoring all the Seniors of Mt. St. Mary's and Catholic High School. Everyone is invited to attend. The Seniors will be the guests of the Sodality. The St. Anthony Sodality will receive Holy Communion in a body at the 7 o'clock Mass Sun- day. The Good Counsel Unit of the National Council of Catholic Wo- men will met in the school hall Monday afternoon at 2. The Seminary fund has now reached $4400.00. It is hoped that a complete burse of $5000.00 will be finished soon. The Good Counsel Altar boys and Choir picnic will be held at Boyle Park Tuesday, May 18th. Catholic Hi Annual Carnival May '28 Final arrangements for the an- nual Catholic High School Carni- val have been made and a plea- sant afternoon and evening is in store for all who attend. As usual, the feature will be the sup- per which will be served from five until eight, rain or shine. This will be handled', as always, by the ladies of the P.T.A. The Health Parade at 1:30 and the Parochial Schools track meet at 2:00 will be the features for the children. All the ordinary attractions and new ones will be offered for your profit and amusement. The grand prizes of $25, $15 and $10 will be awarded at ten o'clock the night of the Carni;val. Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. 419 West Capitol LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS dral Parish I Celebrates 95th Birthday | Little Rock.--Mr. W. H. Jarrett, 1514 Main Street, will celebrate his 95th birthday on Sunday, May 16. Mr. Jarrett is the oldest native born convert m the state, and the oldest member of Cathedral Parish. Mr. Jarrett was converted to the Catholic faith in 1868, when he was living with his parents on a farm near Pocahontas. "I never saw any Catholics until 1856 or 1857, when Fatler Hogan brought down an Irish colony, and settled in Southeastern Missouri. They had built a road down from St. Louis to Iron Mountain, and were given this land for the work. They were driven out when the Civil War began. This was our introduction to Catholicity." After the war in 1867, Mr. Jar- rett tells of seeing a Catholic )riest. "It was like a circusthe )eople turned out in full force to ;ee. I believe the priest's name was Father D'Art. He brought a steam boat down with him." When the Rev. James P. O'Kean came to Pocahontas he set about preaching to the few Catholics in the vicinity, and to the non-Ca- tholics, and soon baptized Mr. Jar- rett. Becoming a Catholic in those days was a step to consider well, for upon his conversion Mr. Jar- rett lost his job in the store where he worked. He had been promised work in Louisville so he decided to move there, how- ever before he. could leave a friend suggested that he come to Little Rock first. It was in Little Rock that Mr. Jarrett became acquainted with Bish6p Fitzgerald. "I could al- ways borrow money from him. He lived in a little bit of a house, and I used to go into the alley and walk in the back door. I would always go over, and fill up the lamps with coal oil. "I knew Father Pat (Rev. Pat- rick Reilly) very well, too. He was the rector of the Cathedral. He died of a broken heart because he was sent back to Ireland." After Father Pat left, Father O'Kean, an old friend of Mr. Jar- rett's, was made rector. Mr. Jarrett can tell sgme inter- eating tales of the earlySchurch in Arkansas. He served Mass for the Bishop quite often, and accom- panied him on sick calls. Many trips were made on mule-back. Once, when Mr. Jarrett was rid- ing a big horse, the Bishop's hack broke down, and he took the Bishop up behind him, and road him out of the woods. "I'm going to give you another name--Chris- tr'n' Vird ::reEtccfelsnCYme to Little Rock, there were only 6 priests in the Diocese, Father Pat at the Cathedral, Father O'Kean at Pocahontas, two Father Smith's, one at Helena, and one at Fort Smith, Father McGowan, New Gascony, and Father Garrity of Hot Springs. "When we would get a message that some one was sick, the Bishop would say, "We']l have to go. Father Pat is too old vnd Father Garrity couldn't get here on account "of high water." "Once when Bishop was hunt- ing for a hotel he went into a saloon. The Irish proprietor was. shocked', and hustled him out, and into the hotel. His Excellency was not the least upset about it how- ever." Mr. Jarrett said there were about 400 Catholics in the Cathedral parish when he came to Little Rock. The first Cathedral was located on 2nd and Center Streets, where the Gleason Hotel is now. Mr. Jarrett worked for Laffer- ty's Mammoth Store when he first moved here, and then for Blasses, and at many places before he opened his own store. He was a Charter member of the Knights of Columbus "in this state. He took. an active part in city and county affairs, serving as a volunteer fireman for 25 years subject to 24 hour a day duty. He "gpent 18 years serving Little Rock faithfully as an alderman on the City Council. Mr. Jarrett is one of the few Confederate Veterans left. He was able to attend the reunion in Gettysberg in 1938. He had joined the Confederate forces at the age of 17 as a cavalryman. On his 90th birthday Mr. Jar- rett received greeting cards, tele- Fr. Stanowski Honored By St. Winand's Parish MeGehee.  The Roy. Charles Stanowski was honored on his feast day, April 26 by St. Winand's School and Parish at McGehee. The day began with a High Mass, the pupils of the school re- ceiving Holy Communion in a body. A feature of the music of the Mass was a violin duet played by Mary Lynn White and Mary Gale Stuart. In the evening an entertainment was presented in the auditorium of St. Winand's School. Ladies of the parish were the gracious hostesses. An allegorical playlet, entitled 'The Garden of Prayer', was pre- sented by the smaller children. Two songs, entitled 'The Green Cathedral, and 'God Bless You', were rendered by Naiomi Kerr, Mary Gale Stuart, and Mary Lynn White. Refreshments were served buf- fet style from a table covered by an exquisite crocheted table cloth and decorated with an arrange- ment of pastel Iris as a center- piece. Guests of the evening were the Roy. John Murphy and the Sisters of the Dermott Hospital, the sold- iers from the Relocation Camp at Rowher, and the members of the parish. --Guardian Photo Mr. W. H. Jarrett quainted with the clergy of recent years, however, he is a very close friend of His Excellency. He re- calls very vividly the time when Bishop Morris came to the Dio- cese in June, 1906. His interest in the Cathedral Parish naturally..di- rected him to this acquaintance- ship with the Most Reverend Bishop, although his active parti- cipation in the work of the church was somewhat curtailed with his; advancing years. Mr. J'arrett does know and rememb'ers the priests who have brought the Holy Eucharist to him. g I I II I COMPLIMENTS OF St. Anthony's Hospital MORRILTON, ARK. 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One of his most cherished letters is 907 High Street Phone 4-4426 LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS quoted below: DRUG CO Orange  'Pineapple Orange  Grape "My Dear Mr. Jarrett: " "It has just come to my atten- CITRUS JUICE COMPANY Gene's Food Market lion that you will celebrate your 90th birthday on May 16, and it Service "holesale Druggists gives me real pleasure to join Best Wishes to the Parishioners of Our Lady of Good Counsel Church LAY'S CAFE LUNCH. BEER. CIGARETTES, DRINKS 1432 West 9th St. Little Rock, Ark. RUEBEL & CO. Phone 4,-0207 1602 West 14th Ph. 2-9254 Complete Line of Nationally Advertised Food and Quality Meats ,,\\; Battery Street Drug Store PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Phone 4-5584 l lth and Battery Streets LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS TERMINAL VAN & STORAGE CO. Little Rock, Arkansas FUNERAL HOME 12th & Wolf your many friends in extending hearty congratulations on this oc- casion. 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