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:Y: :C ' THE GUARDIAN, MAY 14, 1943 PAGE SEVEN t Suggests In Service For Of America By Elmer Murphy dagton.--The post-war position of American youth was into the conjecture by two announcements emanating in recent days, in the opinion of qualified observers. announcements were, first, the hint dropped by President after his completion of a tour of war activities in 20 States be a good idea for American youths to give a year's their country in the post-war era, and, second, the disclosure Department that a Would be made of nding and achieve- training, wage- aptitudes and of every boy ho is graduated from or is about to leave Ool before graduation. all, observers point out, idea has been put raerely as a suggestion-- Mortuary FUNERAL blRECTORS Go Anywhere Any Time 106 El Dorado, Ark. at this stage--and it is impossible now to tll what practical results it will achieve, or what ramifi- cations it will have, if actuated. Then, too, they add, the War De- partment program, while decided upon, has not been put into prac- tice, and it remains to be seen jtst what it will do and how it will work. It is not that either of these programs holds within it any- thing to be feared for itself, ob- servers say, but rather that, being unknown quantities as yet, they only add to the confusion that is already besetting the minds of youths especially those who are looking forward to collegiate and post-graduate courses. Now comes President Roose- vett's suggestion about American youths spending a post-war year serving the country either in in- dustry or in the armed forces. While it is not yet clear, it seems to have the aspects of a plan for utilizing the vast war plan and army encampments which have OLYMPIC BILLIARDS JOE ANDPAUL BURGOON IL DORADO ARKANSAS SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT COMPANY Style'Perfect Wallpaper, Gift Shop and Artist's Supplies 03 West Main Street Phone 187 EL DORADO, ARKANSAS ,You'll Like Sterling's Quality Goods and Friendly Service.* YOur Sterling Store is operated by folks you kaow ..... men and women who are working to raake your town a better place in which to live. And they offer you quality merchandise at lowest possible prices, tool Visit them next tiaae. IF-aMEMBER__YOI ALWAYS PAY CASH AND PAY LESS AT STERING! STORES COMPANY, Inc. Photo Shows Spanish Design Of Holy Redeemer Church, E1 Dorado --Guardian Photo been built up in the emergency, and which may lie idle on the na- tion's hands unless some use is thought up for them. The Presi- dent, it has been said, believes that this program will give to on- coming American youths some of the beneficial experiences their predecessors are finding today in the armed forces and in war Work. Apparently there will be more I discussion of this proposal. Mean- while it should be borne in mind that, in its weighing, account should be taken of the effect it, and other plans will have on education. Catholic Business Women's Club The Blessed Virgin Mary was the subject of an inspiring talk by the Rev. Thos. J. Prendergast, Business Manager of The Guard- ian, at the monthly dinner meeting of the Catholic Business Women's Club Monday at the Freiderica Hotel. After a business session con- ducted by the president, Miss Mary Raley, the guests for the :evening were introduced. These included Mrs. Garnet Kimball Mrs. Anna Belle Cleaves, Mrs. Helen C. Eubanks and Miss An- toinette Hart. The meeting closed with prayer Holy Name Society Elects Officers Little Rock.-- At the regular monthly meeting of the Holy Name Society Monday, May 10th at Good Counsel Hall, Ernest Na- rey was elected president to suc- ceed Carl Urbani. Others officers are Robert Ros- si, vice-president, and Curtis Sluyter, Secretary Treasurer. The nominating committee, consisting of Frank Mullen, Louis Hug, and James Peters made the selections. The Holy Name Society has just completed a very successful year, highlighted by a dinner served en- tirely by the men. The men also kept all night vigil before the Blessed Sacrament in the Respository on Holy Thursday. War bonds were purchased by the Society for the building fund for the new churcK. Large numbers of the men have received Holy Communion on the first Sunday of each month. New Officers have pledged themselves to work hard for the advancement of the aims of the organization. Committees will be appointed at the next meeting, and plans drawn up for next year's activities. by the Counsellor, the Rev. Pat- rick M. Lynch.. !. ALLEY and SON North Jefferson and Church Phone 725 EL DORADO, ARKANSAS GILES PHARMACY --On The Square-- Prescriptions -- Dlgs -- Sundries FOUNTAIN -- SANDWICHES EL DORADO, ARKANSAS SANDRA-LEE featuring Latest Fashions In Coats, Suits, Dresses, Sportswear, Lingerie, Hose 113 No. Jefferson EL DORADO, ARKANSAS WE TRY TO MERIT YOUR PATRONAGE CONSTANTLY IMPROVING, ENLARGING IN STEP WITH PROGRESS Holy Souls School Presents Play Pupils of Holy Souls School will present a play Friday, May 14, at 8 p.m. The welcome speech will be given by Dick Clark. The primary grades will feature "Magic Gingerbread". The char- acters are as follows: The cook-- Bernard De Bosier, Molly--Sally Lee Bedford, Jane--Lynn Renfroe, Nan--Patsy Massery, Susie Jane --Connie Brandon, Susie Ann-- Ann Hausen, The Ginger Man-- Dennis Lusy, his wife--Carol Ann Gibson, Bridget Ann -- Kathryn Meuwly, the twins--Jimmy Van Wells and Richard Bajorek, the witch--Faythe Peach, the chorus --girls and boys of primary grades. "The Way to John Sndth" --dialogue -- Sidney Gibson and Keith Vinsonhaler. , (3hildren from Room II have put forth great efforts in reheasing a patriotic play, "This Is Our Amer- ica". Characters are: Peggy--Lilln Ann Sweeny, Jackie---Douglas Brandon, Carl-- Ned Wright, Mary-- Nancy Jo Bedford. Dolls of eight nations are represented by pupils of var- ious grades. Teddy Bear--Thomas Koon, Uncle Sam--James Shana- han, Miss America--Mary Ruth Meuwly, Miss Columbia-- Mary Jo Drew, Mammy Doll--Olga Jo Simpson, Toy Soldiers -- Seven boys, Yankee Doodle--Raymond Sweeny, Sailor Doll -- Eugene Hart, Indian Doll -- Jacquelyn Massery, Favorite Doll -- Nancy Jo Bedford. The program closes with the singing of the Star Spangled Banner. Public School Named For Late Bishop Bogota. (E)--A public school at i Medellin has been named in mem- !ory of the Most Rev. Francisco Cristobal Toro, the Bishop of An- tioquia who died last November. The Most Rev. Joaquin Garcia Benitez, Archbishop of Medellin, presided at the ceremony which was attended by civil education authorities and Delegates from the Department of Antioquia. E it WITH It Likes You Electric EL DORADO FOUNDRY, 00ampte00 TWO NEW DEPARTMENTS THIS SEASON INE & SUPPLY CO. MILLINERY--TBUDGET DRESS SHOP South Arkansas' Largest Department Store. Incorporated Founders and Machinists Oil Well and Saw Mill Supplies Bottling Co. 1110 E. Main Phone 910 EL DORADO, ARK. Congratulations and Best Wishes To HOLY REDEEMER SCHOOL EL DORADO & WESSON El Dorado, Arkansas RAILWAY COMPANY EL DORADO, ARKANSAS Mrs. Joe Hampel Chairman NCCS- USO Committee Little Rock.--Mrs. Joe Hampel of St. Edward's Church will head the Club Hospitality Committee of the NCCS-USO Club at' 112 East 7th St., Sunday, May 16th. Various volunteer workers give willingly of their time and money at the USO Club to make the sold- iers comfortable and enjoy their stay in Little Rock. Assisting Mrs. Hampel on her committee are the following ladies: Mrs. Louis Hart, Jr., Miss Leona Pfauser, Mrs. Wm. Roll, Jr., Misses Marie, Edith and Hilde- garde Kirspel, Mrs. Henry Sprick, Miss Frances Hart and Mrs. Julian Nabholz. The Junior Hostesses of St. Edward's'Church will assist with the serving. Coffee and rolls will be served to the service men at the Com- munion Breakfast and coffee and apple cakes will be the feature of the afternoon refreshment hour. All service'men are cordially in- vited to drop in the club any time during the day. . St. Anne's Victory Corps In Review Fort Smith.--The Victory Corps of St. Anne's Academy, Fort Smith, held its final review and inspection of the school term Fri- day morning, May 7, on the Academy Campus. Rev. Paul F. Desmond, Pastor of the Imma- culate Conception Church, and Sr. Mary Imelda, Academy Prin- cipal acted as reviewing officers. Seventy-five boys comprise the two platoons of the corps. Each platoon staged a close order drill exhibition and then the corps passed in review and was inspect- ed. Mr. Jack McDowell, police officer and an officer of the: Civil Air Patrol, has been military in- structor for the St. Anne's Corps, and Mr. Bob Kuykendall, Boys Club official, has been physical training instructor. 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