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Greater Little Rock Activities Ae ew's Cathedral es at the Cathedral on Sun- 'are celebrated at 6, 7, 9 10, 1111 o'clock J.ses at Ioly Souls' Chapel : be celebrated at 7 and 8 .;lk, Car00 l ^ .P sored by the May iaWRh Mrs. Ed O'Brien,:  n. This will be held in l IL aew larish hall, 9th & Lores-: fWill be given as prizes. 'fward's Church n'V' 1 ay, Sunday within the e o: scension, Masses will eleb] 711:0, ited at 5"30, 7:00, 8:30 A.M. Sermon in all "--Sf 's out the "Breaking of 'he members of the h, s ltar Society are invited l Holy Communion in the ' :l : Mass. [ ;a cp devotions will be I .M. 1V asses at 6:30 and 8:00 !ay devotions daily at e Novena of Our Lady . ) al Help Tuesday at 7:30 5 will entertain the and friends Tuesday 7:30 P. M. The ts Mr. John Breyel. Church collection will be Masses Sunday. Communion day the parish. consisting of prayers for peace, will be held Sun- Y social in the hall 1. m. will be spon- -T. A. Mrs. J. C. assisted by .Mrs. FROM Andrew Seibold, Mrs. Martella, Mrs. Julio Pierpaoli, Mrs. L. Dum- boski, Mrs. Mary Gore, and Mrs. Nick Miller. The committee for the annual parish carnival to be held June 3, will meet in the hall Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. FOR RENT  Upstairs glassed-in sleeping porch, double bed, con- venient to bath and phone, for one or two Catholic gentlemen, 1122 Commerce, phone 2-1330. Banquet For St. Edward's Nursing Graduates Fort Smith  The graduating class of nurses from the St. Ed- ward's Mercy Hospital was hon- ored on Monday evening by a banquet at the Goldman Hotel which was participated in by fifty- six guests. A patriotic spirit was in evidence in the table decora- tions, favors and place cards, and also in the program theme, "The Nurse in the National Emergency." The Rev. Paul F. Desmond, pastor of the ImmaculateConception church, pronounced the "Grace." The welcome address was given by Mrs. Amos Spicer, president of the Nurses' Alumnae. Mrs. Louise Maledon was toast- mistress and between courses in- troduced the following speakers: Miss Oddy, public health nurse, whose subject was built around selected theme; Miss Rose Mindin, Who extended the welcome to the class of 1942; Miss Louis Marie Highfill, who made the response. "Our Alma Mater" was toasted by Mrs. Bessie Greely Homan, dean of Fort Smith's nursing service. The singing of "God Bless Amer- ica" brought the evening's enter- tainment to a close. Fort Smith  On Wednesday evening 7:30, at the Boston Store tea-room the graduating classes of St. Edward's Hospital and Sparks Memorial Hospital were enter- tained by the District 4-A Nurses' Association. Gunter Lumber Company MANUFACTURERS OF Yellow Pine Lumber Hope, Arkansas A, j. MILLS EMMETT THOMPSON MILLS & THOMPSON Optometrists Eyes Examined -- Glasses Fitted MAIN STREET PHONE 36 Ho_e, Arkansas Hope Heading Co. Ho_e, Arkansas PHONE 245 Mrs. Rapillard Heads USO Coffee Club COMPLIMENTS THE GUARDIAN, MAY 15, 1942 I Our Lady of Good Hope Church, Hope Little Rock--Mrs. M. Rapillard will have charge of the "Coffee Club" Sunday, May 17, at the U.S.O. Club, operated by the Nat- ional Catholic Community Service, at 112 East Seventh. For her committee she has selected the following ladies: Mrs. Helen McAvery, Mrs. John Prun- iski, Mrs. Joe Roddy, Miss Melba Jane Pruniski, Miss Laura Woj- hoski and Miss Louise Wilkiewicz. The director and assistant direct- ed of the Club want to express their sincere thanks, together with the men in the armed service, to the many people over Greater Little Rock who were so kind as to adopt "a son for Mother's Day". Over 100 service men enjoyed the hospitality of the people of Little Rock. The NCCW deserves special recognition for sponsoring this splendid project. Business Women Have Mothers as Dinner Guests Members of the Catholic Busi- ness Women's Club had their mothers as guests at the monthly dinner meeting held Monday even- ing at the Freiderica Hotel. Miss Jennie Foy, program chair- man, introduced Mrs. Bigelow Robinson as guest speaker. Mrs. Robinson chose "The Madonna and Mou.t S Ma y's To Present Art" as her subject. Series Of Musical Recitals Mrs. Teresa Morrison, president, presided over a brief business ses- sion at which time Committee Chairman submitted their reports. Miss Myrtle Skees, Recreation Chairman, reminded the mem- Little Rock--The music depart-Lois Wilkie, Patsy Wilson, ment of Mount Saint Mary's Acad- emy will sponsor a series of re- citals by piano, voice, and violin pupils, beginning May 19 and con- cluding May 25. On the afternoon of May 19, a recital vill be given by the pri- mary and intermediate groups. The following music pupils will take part: Geraldine Bensky, Sylvia Bensky, Janice Blassingame, Bar- bara Blagg, Julie Ann Crook, Pat- sy Cummins, Carolyn Cypert, Dons Lou Davis, Barbara Eck, Mary Carol Eck, Mary Ann Finley, Betty Frazier, Susie Gilmore, Dolores Glendenning, John Glendenning, Florence Gocio, Joan Gosser, Mari- lyn Greco, Beulah Harris, Marilyn Hart, Patsy Hayes, Elizabeth Jones, Peggy Lafferty, Mary Ann Lyons, H. B. London, Thelma Massery, Patsy McGuire, Lee Ann Molter, Patricia Mulholland, Joan Newby, Claudine Nickelson, D o rot h y O'Dell, Emma Lou Seamon, Mar- garet Simms, Nanette Sluyter, Vir- ginia Smith, ,Verona Belle Spatz, Sammie Wafkins, Patsy Watts, Mary Jo Wheeler, Joan White bers of the Book Review to be held Friday evening, May 15, at 7:30 P. M. at the New Cathedral Hail. The following members were elected to serve on the nominating committee: Miss Margaret Pargen, Miss Nora Miles and Miss Mary Measler. Members and guests seated at the Surprise Table were the Misses Ora Peaker, Mary Weny, Modena Holland, Helen and Mac Yaeger. Miss Ora Peaker gave a very inter- esting talk and Miss Helen Yaeger played several piano selections. Guests of the evening were: Mrs. Marie Johnston and Mrs. Wm. Murphy of Ft. Smith, and Mrs. Bigelow Robinson, Mrs. Adolph Arnold, Mrs. Peaker, Mrs. Louis Hart, Mrs. 'McDonald, Mrs. Driill- ing, Miss Helen Yaeger, Mrs. Wm. McDermott, Mrs. Win. McKiernan and Mrs. Sam Field. and Beverly Woodson. The more advanced music stud- ents will have a recital the even- ing of May 20. Those who will participate on the program are: Norene Alien, Frances Atkinson Betty Ruth Bujarski, Juanita Clift, Margaret Cahanin, Rosemary Col- felt, Marilyn Des Lauriers, Miriam Echols, Mary Joan Gibson, Beatrice Glendnning, Johnnie Lee Hampel, Arthur Henry Harris, Billie Louise McCall, Judy McCall, Marion Mof- fett, Arminta Jane Nichols, Bobble Jean Roberts, Betty Jayne Shep- herd, Jessie Smith, Patrieia Smith, Eleanor Snyder, Elaine Stand- ridge, Mary Helen Thomas, Bar- bara Treadway, Margaret Ward. Vivian Ward, Ann Webber, and Patsy Young. Marilyn Des Lauriers, pianist. Johnnie Lee Hampel, vocalist, and Billie Louise McCall, violinist, will give a special musical the even- ing of May 22. A program of piano, violin, and voice ensemble members will be presented the evening of May 25, to conclude the series of recitals. KNIGHTS (Continued from page 2) a number of the candidates would not be able to attend. The program of the day con- sists of the meeting of all members and candidates at the K of C home Sunday, May 17, at 7:00 A. M. from where they will march in a body to the Immaculate Concept- ion church and receive Holy Com- munion at the 7:30 Mass. At 1:00 P. M. promptly all candidates should return to the K of C home and initiation begins at 1:30 P. M. After the initiation a buffet supper will be served in the club room. All members of the State are cordially invited as a good time will be assured to all. All men in the armed service are particu- larly invited' to attend this big affair. Broadcast Marks 120th Year of Propagation of Faith New York, (E}--The Society for the Propagation of the Faith has arranged a coast-to-coast broad- cast, to commemorate the hundred and twentieth anniversary of the founding of the Society, over the Red Network of the National Broadcasting Company May 23. The broadcast will take place from 2:30 to 2:45 p. m., Eastern War Time. Miss Margaret Anglin, celebrat- ed stage and radio star, will have the leading role in a dramatization of the life of Pauline Jaricot, Foundress of the Society. 'William Kearns, Former Canadian Official, Dies Ottawa, (E) -- William Kearns, former Assistant Auditor General of Canada, has died at his home here at the age of 8{]. Prior to entering the Civil Ser- vice he was a newspaperman and a teacher at the old Catholic Col- lege in Halifax. He was a former President of the St. Vincent de Paul Society and the Catholic Truth Society of Ottawa. Quill And So, Initiation At Holy 00.,lge00llAcadamy Jonesboro -- Five members of Holy Angels Echoes press club, Marjorie Hockle, Editor; Norma Massery, Associate Editor; Mar- jean Woodward and Jeanne Mas- sery, Feature Editors; and Clare Bett Novak, Sports Editor; were received into the Quill and Scroll, an International Honorary So- ciety for High School Journalists, Paper's Circulation Gain Brings Praise Of Archbishop New Orleans, {E)--Appreeiation for the efforts of the clergy and the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women and congratulations to the executive staff of 'Catholic Action of the South', archdiocesan news- paper, are expressed by the Most Rev. Joseph F. Rummel, Archbis- hop of New orleans, in a letter to pastors relative to the circulation: report of the weekly paper. An increase of 2,272 subscrip- tions in 1942 brought the total to 25,443, His Excellency points out. -7, : :- Catholic Biblical Association Formed In Great Britain London, (E)--A Catholic Biblical Association has been formed in this country. Plans, approved by the Hier- archy, were disclosed at the annual conference of Ecclesiastical Studies, held at Cambridge. The Associa- tion will organize meetings and publish books designed to inter- est Catholics and non-Catholics in the Bible. Membership is open to all, the annual fee being equiv- alent to about 50c. The secretary is the Rev. Dr. Fuller, of St. Ed- mund"s College, Old Hall,Ware, Herts. Hope Basket Co. CITY BAKERY . , Hope, Arkansas Hope, Arkansas on Thursday, April 30 in the school auditorium. Miss Dorothy Cange and Miss Marguerite Schmuck, Editor and Associate Editor for the school ] term of 1940-1941 initiated the new members into the society. Following the initiation refresh- ments were served and dancing was enjoyed by the students. Seminary Head Is New Archbishop Of Cologne Vatican City, ()--The Very Rev. Joseph Frings, Rector of the Major Seminary in Cologne, has been appointed Archbishop of Cologne, succeeding His Eminence Joseph Cardinal Schulte, who died on March 11, 1941. The Rosary is a "safeguard'." As long as you recite it, despite your weariness, your distaste, your occupations, you will never wan- der entirely away. You will be led to the priest in order to make him the confession of your faults and commence a new life. "We'll Handle You Right" Bruner-lvory Handle Co. Hope, Arkansas PAGE THREE ii Seminary Rector to Deliver Mount Baccalaureate Sermon Little Rock--The Rt. Rev. Msgr. James P. Gaffney, Rector of St. John's Seminary, will deliver the baccalaureate sermon to the mem- bers of Mt. St. Mary's Academy graduating class, Sunday morning in the academy chapel. Immedi- ately following the eight-thirty o'clock Mass, the graduates will) be guests at a class breakfast i served in the academy dining hall. Baccalaureate is the beginning; of pre-commencement activities at the academy. Wednesday is Class! Day. After the senior class lunch- eon, the graduates will present their class day program and dis- Trojans Still [Undefeated IOn Diamond Subiaco--Subiaco Academy re- mained undefeated in baseball Saturday as the Trojans took the measure of Scranton in a return game, defeating their opponents 11 to 5. Brockwell and Sonny Gorrell were the pitchers for Subi- aco, and Butler twirled for Scran- ton. George Lisko, Subiaeo's hard-hitting shortstop, banged out another home run, his third in the last three games. Lensing, Sub- iaco catcher, manipulated his pit- chers cleverly and got two safeties four times up. The Subiaco boys are connecting well with the ball this year. Lisko is batting .500 and a number are in the .300 class. Pope Receives Mexican Priests After Studies Vatican City, (E)--His Holiness, Pope PPas XII, this morning, re- ceived 20 Mexican Missionaries of the Holy Ghost, who are leaving the Eternal City for their native land after completing their eccles- iastical studies. To each, the 'Holy Father ad- dressed paternal words of rejoicing and blessed them, expressing the wish that their ecclesiastical labors in their native land will be blessed with most abundant fruits. The missionaries were present- ed to the Holy Father by the Pro- curator General of the Missionaries of the Holy Ghost, the Rev. Joa- quin Paredes. Series of Statuary On Passion Completed New Orleans, (I--A statue of the Resurrection, blessed recently by the Most Rev. F. Rummel, Archbishop of New Orleans, com- pletes a series of events from the Last Supper to the Resurrection depicted in statuary on the grounds of the grotto and shrine of the archconfraternity of St. Ann. The Most Rev. Francis Badeaux is Spiritual Director of the Archcon- fraternity. Priest Is Custodian Of Air-Raid Siren Gulport, Miss., (E)--One of the city's seven electric air-raid sirens is atop the new parish hall of St. Therese's Catholic Church. The Rev. Joseph Hennessey, S. S. J., will handle the switch. ': As the ripples caused' by the falling stone can be communicated for hundreds of miles so the in- fluence of but one act of love of God reaches into the ocean of eternity. i tribute the 1942 Mereian, the school yearbook. Last Thursday, the seniors were guests of the juniors at an all day picnic, held at Boyle Park. Eighth grade graduation exercises will be held Tuesday evening, at eight o'clock in the academy chapel. The alumnae reception and ban- quet is scheduled for Sunday, May 24, and graduation exercises will be held in the academy auditorium the evening of May 28. The Rt. Rev. Bishop John B. Morris will preside for the 36th consecutive year. Widow of Former N. Y. Mayor Dies New York, (E) -- Mrs. Miriam Louise Hylan, widow of former Mayor John F. Hylan, of Iew York, has died at her home in Forest Hills at the age of 75. Mrs. Hylan's last appearance at a public function was in Novem- ber, 1929, when she attended the unveiling of a portrait of her late husband in City Hall. Born at Hunter, Greene County, N. Y., Mrs. Hylan was married to the late Mayor when he was a locomotive stoker on the Brooklyn Union Ele- vated Roard. Mr. Hylan in his autobiography, credited Mrs. Hy- lan with his decision to study law while he was employed by the railroad, a decision which laid the foundation for a long and colorful political career culminating in his election as Mayor of New York. He died in 1936. Like her late husband, Mrs. Hy- fan was a Catholic. A Catholic Diction- ary, edited by Donald Attwater, (Ideal Grad- uation Gift), designed as the basic reference book for school, home and library; for the ffesk of every writer and speaker, Formerly sold for $5.00, now in fifth printing at _$2.00 No. 82---Gold, 10K, St. Theresd ' medal and chain ................ $5.00 No. 229--Nurse's Man- ual, pin morocco, De- Lux, roll gold stamp- ing and gold edge, boxed, at ........... $2.50 No. 235-- M y Prayer Book, (For the Bride), white imit. leather .............. $3.50 Write THE GUARDIAN 309 West 2nd. ] Cooks Wh,te Star Laundry And Dry Cleaners Congratulations To Our Lady of Good Hope Church Temple Cotton Oil Co. HOPE. ARKANSAS l Bank Capital Surplus $250,000-00 l