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THE GUARDIAN, MAY 24, 1930 PAGE THREE ONAL ANDSOCIALI ITMEsALL SOC,IALIMUST - _ ....... BE IN THE OFF~CE B Y Telephone or Send Social I~ms to The Guardian | NOON TUES- Office, 307 West Second Street.Phone 5486] DAY. Graduates Entertained of a series of parties hen- graduating class was given lay, May 16, when the Fresh- entertained the graduates party__ at St. Mary's Alumnae will Ie annual banquet on Tuesday, ~The business meeting will be o order at 5 o'clock and the at 7 o'clock. Mem- requested to make reserva- AS. early as possible by calling rlSto Brizzolara Jr., 3-2721. bregular monthly card party Y the ladies of St Edward's er, cleverly rendered the song, "Sing, y ~' y, . ou Stoners, after which an amus- ing bla.ckface playlet, "The Pink W " ca, was presented by the same cast. Mrs. Alford, who had just re- ceived $500 damages in an automo- bile accident, and who was socially ambitious, entertained her friends with a fashionable tea, and~ delighted the audience with a grandiose mis- pronunciation of big words, accom- panied by affected gestures She was CATHEDRAL NOTES ILITTLE ROCK COLLEGE ATKINS [ taining numbers which were contril~ uted by the pupils of the various GremmencementrPrgram'faced by the p esence o His In spite of the inclement weather class rooms, and if one may judge by SundaZ M--~sses of last Sunday, a large crowd attend- applause, the numbers were exceed.. Low Masses at 7 and 9 a.m. Lordship, the Bishop, who will con- ed the Solmen Holy Communion ser- iugly well given High Mass at 11 a.m. . fer the degrees, the annual cam- vices at the Church of the Assump- One feature of the program was a Evening Devotions. mencement exercises of Little Rock lion. At 10 o'clock the Altar Boys bil, different from the usual type, it Devotions every Sunday evening at College, which will be held on the led by the Cross-bearer and followed was a fashion show in which nine- 7:45 o'clock, consisting of the reci- oval at the College on the evening lby our beloved pastor, Father Feld- teen girls belonging to the 4-H Club tation of the Rosary, a Sermon and of Thursday, June 5th, will bring to kamp, proceeded to the vestibule of appeared in dresses which they were Benediction of the Most Blessed Sac- a ,close another year in the history of the church, where the class of First required to make as part of their ramcnt, this Diocesan institution. I Communicants joined the proces~ion, sewing project In the dress-making Devotions in honor of the SacredThe program for the commeuce- The beauty of our three marbelized contest Stella Cook took first place, Heart arc held on the First Friday of meat week will .begin on Sundfiy, ialtars was made more pronounced by Seltimia Reginelli, second, and Vic~ the month at 7:45 p m. June 1st, at 7:45 p. m., when the the artistic tastes of the good Sisters,tria Mazzanti, third. ---'-----=-~-----~.-- Rt .... Rev. Edward Burgert, 0 S B, in char,~es The Main" 2il~ar--'" was" I Mr. J C. Gray, cb~4nty superi~ Very Rev. Monsignors Fisher. andAbbot o{ New Subiaco Abbey, will adorned with lilies, and the Sacred tendent, gave a talk at~ the conclu- Peoples will take part in the celebra- deliver ~ne oaccalaureate sermon to tIeart and BlessedMother'sAttals sion of the program. He also dis- tion. Mayor Lawhon and other city trib thd eightI ~rade c rtific: .es to officials will also be present The the following: Bonina Alpe, Allem the graduates in the Cathedral. This wll be a very beautiful and effective were decorated with red and pink tributhd eighth grade certificates to the fell wing: Bonil t Alpe, Al em roses and ferns respectively Banchetti, Stella Cook, Scott Da, b- constantly annoyed by the trim col- High Mass will be celebrated by Rev. I beginning of the program for corni The Communicants' candles were ored maid, played by Mrs. Beadle, P. Maurus, O. S. B., pastor of St.t mencement week. Preceding the placed before the image of the Little zanti,ney' Saleemaand LenaMansur'ElizabethVincentMulligan.Maz" and by her daughter, played by Mrs. Edward's, while the music Will be services in the Cathedral, a proces- Flower under whose protection the John Sullivan, who to her embarrass- rendered by the Sisters of St. Bar- sion of the graduates in cap and ciass offered themselves I Father Galloni presented medals to : ment, delivered frequent messages tholomew's convent in Little Rock. gown, visiting clergy, members of: At the Offertory of the Mass, two'the following winners: from the "wash-lady" who was at the Rev. Conrad Kinder, a renowned mu- the faculty of the College, and local of the class, Homer Shinn and Wil- I First and Second Gardes--W. G. Will be held on Tuesday, back door clamoring for $9.00 which sieian, will be at the organ, and as clergy will form at the Episcopal helmine Kerster with lighted can- Durham, average; Rosa Mazzanti, at- th, in , Mrs Black owed hel for a month's l~Cslaence to esco~ l~ls t,o~snlp, ~enuance St. Edward s Hall, " the same Father many times proved ....... ..... , _ dies in hand, and to the impressive ' ~nd Ferry streets" A orize washing Fun and consternation in the past his high skill in takin ~snop luorl:~s, to tne ~a~neoral, strain of that a re ri Third and Fourth: R. D. Forte av- - " g n il " pp p ate hymn . , s " rei .... wnele e w I occu th . . . core will be .given at each . gn, ed when Mrs. Pope, as,the wash pictures, he will photograph the van- . ..... py. e Episcopal "Fest sell, mere Taufbund roamer erage, Lydia Bassattb attendance. u there w lacy, s~ormea in, loualy oemandlng ~nrone curing me services An elab ,, ~ Fifth and Six ill be a door nrize ous scenes worthy of being handed . " stehn, nmrched to the Saunctn~rv " " th: Marine Mazzanti, he "- the a u " . .. orate musicalre ram will ., .... ~ 1 ....... following committee wilt P y' b t she was quickly ap- down to the coming generatmns. , .... P g . be fur , and there before a temnorarilv ~r~t average, Edwin MancmL attendance. arge.M - peashed by a ~hect given her by the i " hro nisnea oy tne ~a~nearal choir under ....... e ,, " Seventh and El" hth Seltlml" " mes. Bertha Vogler, h ay the big day t w many sprit- . ..... ' d altar placed their hand on the Sa I g : a Red- robert hostess, and was obli in enou h to the airecdon oI r'rof J J Keller ~ ,, - , Lores Hart, Ernest g g g lights rote a future bright and suc-] .... " " " ,,cred Bo6k and in the name of +h~ melh, average; Vincent Mazzanti, rc Cos" write a receipt on the back of the organist ann airector. The benedic-I . ~ ~i smelh, and Raymond ........... cessful for pastor and teachers of ........... class renewed their Baptismal Vows; ~attendance. "cnecK ann re~urn i~ to ~wrs ~lac~ St Au-ustine's --ar]sh Iwm concmae w~n solemn ~eneaic-laftel whi ...... ~ - Catechism" Group 1 Josenhine _ calling the debt square Mrs Black's " g ' p " ~ion of the Most Blessed Sacrament dressed th: ~ne ~everen(~ taster no- Giorgini; Grow- 2 Vincent N~olini ~l~ss ~_ -- treat for her guests was a lon~ and ....... ~ ~" On Monday, June 2nd, the Seniors, ~ cnnaren with a ver3 im- ~ .... .v ........ "'~aors -- - - o. ~ '~[a~.$*,*'~[*~ ,pressive sermon , ~. ~vlary s is gra~elm ~o tne xol- ~nnouncea at ~t.stirring lecture on "Women's Rights" at ,~.,~.% , mt.t i arrayed in cap and gown, will form ....... " ..... ! - . . . _ Mary's ............. IMUUIIIO ~I '- -,--" ............ I 'toe ~ouowlng cnrlaren were the llwlng donoxs of medals. F~rst Na- o~ r~ " oy iwrs w T UrlcKe~L as uarr no- m procession a~ lvlorrls l=tal! ann es- ' " , Cement has ~'e .... n- -* " " " Y ~ ,,=,t.~=,r, i ....... Iprlwleged ones to receive their w.. ftmnal Bank (2), Chlcot Trust Co. n ~ . ~ ....... u= ~ tion Pink, renowned colored suffrage ~ "~ i| |lltmU|lk"I cor~ ~ne members of tne Iaculty to I ....... ~"- ~, .......... " graauat,~ ,+ ~.,,,..+ ~, " ~, |||| |l|l~m~tll~ ~ .. ...... . ,, cnarlslAc Lora Ior the first " e "n n ~2~, ~iOOln ~ro~ners ~rug ~tore, ~. _ ~ ..........~ '-'~ lecturer Mrs Angelo Sarloas the ~vi~avtJ~ ]the ~wemoriai WalK, wnere ~ne exer-~ .- , tim_ ~_ -~r,-~ ........... ' ,ulss Patrieia Meb,l:~ll~v ~f " " " ' " , . . .. ...... ,. ... ]lnost; solemn manner, aanhael Ar~s l~'ILy l)rUg ~tore, Mr. lvlcualn, ea~- a o ...~ ............ ~/ -- greedy guest, who cared little for re- i,c~ses oi rne oay win De nero. ~nesel~ ~,.;.. r~ ........ :.;.,. 7 . .. ""tier First ~nti,,,,1 m,,l~ M,. ~.1~,-~ , waose average was high- I onsist of ~ . ~uu,,~e zunemann, -Wllllelmlne r~er- - ............. , .......... , tt~., fmement or fashion, offered much On Sunda~, Ma,, 25th the mem ,willc . the pre~entatmn efl .... t ..... ~.~^. ~.~.^. ~ ..... ~ ~ Y at *u- ................... - aiversion. The evening's entertaim bers of Little Rock Council No. 812 I tne tv~emorlai wal~: to tne ~onegeI .... " "" ....... -'r ..... " ]Sam and Joe Forte J L Tush,~k -,~d a *t"e commencement exer- ment closedwith a Virginia reel, will ~o~,o 14,1v C,~m|nnninn ,~ ,z I by the President of the Senior class, l~[~.~elcnman' oosepmne ~ eager, I ....... ' ..... ~ae evon~.~ ,, ,.-- .~,_ - ......... - ........ t . . .. . . , . ~Anarew K'ern and H~m,~- ~,;~- i i, lorto t~lngolanl. ~, ^,, - ..... ,... oune ,~ni danced by all members of the cast. o'clock Mass at St Andrew's Cath,~- ~ ann tne reaamg oi tne cross hmtory[ . " ............. I D, ..no ~* ~...a ......... .~ ^:.a., ~Uen of Little Rock, who i w~ .... , .............. ~.,...~; .... +.~ ......... ". ..... ~ , hv the secretary of th~ ~1~ n,~;ol in the afternoon, the weather be- t --v ..... s--~=~ ~=~- ~-u **s., nner of ....... I .... v ................... ~ ...... '=,, oral. ~o~ces to tna~ elIec~ nave been ~- - .... - . ~ ~'"[:" ~ .... liu~ more favorabl,~ ~ M, ..... I were divided into two groups, which d -~- cae Ammnae bcnoi- I by Mrs Prickett ~ mailed to aH members with cer+i*~ t program wm .~e alrec~ea Dy ~ne r~ev. I ~" . _ ~, ....... ., v.-- t ..... e ~e"ded ~'- * -"- ~" ........ e wno holds a splendid rec-] Miss Louise Mattingly played the I alien card and we sincereN hen; "'~ Thomas L. Keany, Ph. D., Dean ellcessmn and Crowning of the B]essedt':~'." ::...~ ~ "~ ~:~:" ~uzaDe~n.mui- ~our - . . , ' ~ r ..... ,virgin took '-lace Wh ........... ~,..~a. a.u ~cotc ~gaDney, respectively, . years, nan an aver-[a.ccompaniment for allsong and have a 100 "~r ~nt attendance the College t ~, e crown o~1~.," +~ ........ " xraetion . n ,~.~,~ ] ...... 1. . ... . , v .... , troses was carried on a ~illo,,, ~,, u++]. 1 i,,; ~,,e purpose oI semng ~lc~er~ ~r~x, .. -" ~- " ~ .......... r laanee numoers.~e~ween ac~s music i Bros John A Vick G P Kords t On Tuesaay, June 2nd, the mere-I_ . . v .. o~ ...... t~,,++ ~.~ .... ,o ..~ ...... ~ ...^. alley s and will be the , f . i .... P el Arts, and Frances Rexchman la~ ~, , I was furmshed b~ Mr. W. P. Fortson. memr and Gee. W. Massery, who at- bers of the Alumni Associatmn wfltl ....... I-'iven a ver., attraetiw b^x ^* ~-~-~ -" -* her class The third and f mil f nan tne honor oi crowning the image I n ~ ..... ,m,~a. o we- ~ ....." ~. a y. . tended the stat~ Conventmn of 1930 ! meet at the College for the annual/_, ............... , Severalothers also were helnful " -y ~mss ~eanie ~icos- ~ The P T A Association through, ...... , ...,_ ~ . I ^~.-~-ni Do.."-rooram~A ~._.~,,!,,~ om ~mssea ~aay. rne ~c~ oi~ " -- wiD -. . ! , s . on may x~n ann o~n ms~, mane a~m-, ~ v s ~ ~o~.~(. ........... ..... l in sellin~ tickets. Miss Catherine lYe ~ ~uasccra~lon was I;nen r " r ~ " g an essa on the I ecitea 05 an tt^ Y [~ts premdent,Mrs. A. Metrafler, 'very interesting report on the Con-, game between the members of the] ..... - t Fort~ ~o11~ ~m~ ,h,n ~,~ n~ at commencement Next " , . . I . tne cniiaren o~ the parish who had' .. ...... ~ ..._r ........ , ...... r ,~ [wishes to thank all the ladies taking vention The- esnecmllv ~ramed the I Alumm and the Collegewillbe / .... ;,.~,~.~ . . . . d x~ a ~ " . ae honors was Miss Mar 1 I likewise placed their offering of " ~ " [lev ....... - ]part m the minstrel, and also. a 1~ hospitality of Fort Smith Council, I played, after, whicl~, both Alumni and/..nower~ at" "" ' ..... y. [ ......... Personals . , WhO wm make a plea those who m an way contubutedt aa n em ~aduates will adjourn to Byrne Hall , t~e ~ee~ oz lv~ar l.~ [ " Y " . which hadchargeof "ra g entslg" ] ~-.|l~ ..... . ..... lud e Cook received a tele am "-Ssion of the 1 .~ I . ...... i_~. ~,i.~ ceremon the R ,- t ' g gr A, . C as~ of 19301to making theperformancea suc-~f . ~ C w tion I for the annual Alumna droner, at[ ._ y e~ ........ el th on n "t~Upmnae Association of/cess I r+ ~.-~.~, n~'~n ~,, +~;~ (, .... which the members of the graduat-|erend t'astor enrolled the children of las~ weeK.iron! ~ena~or t~araway ~a- ~uar,,,~ t " ' ....................~ ..... "~"""'~ ........... /the Communion ~I~ ;,~ +~ ...... ,~_~ormlng nim tnar, harry uook, .Jr., "~" [ I cil to confer the first degree on a ling class wm De ~ne guests o~ ~ne/ .... "~fl ........... c"v~'U~had successfull--assed the examina ------ ,[ 0BITUARY l[number of candidates at a special' Alumni. As this will be the yearly[t, our:say o I Mount Carmel after .... ~v ....... - ~-, Recital. meeting Tuesday, June 10th If youI meeting of the Alumni Association,|~:dlC~ ,enemc~ion of the Most BleS-!d~J:t A::::=Hs~ ~ne r~ava, Aea- ~:~Yn Johnson presented h~r [ MRS. ALFRED FINKBEINER. t have an application to turn in, please ! tha annual election of officers will/,~:m ~,?c_ramn~,,was given and thel ]~i~" Sam Fo~'te ' Sr has oone o ~ U mgmg el she le IJeum elosea the ' ' ~ P pils in a recital at the ] Ida so at your earliest convenience !be held, amt at the conclusion of the |~.. ]Rochester Minn to: consult th~ aSe . . _ " , .... -u a~v. - , ., - -, tAuditorium on Wed ~ , , ~ban uet all will joulney to Morrmt --- - Mrs. Emma Francis Finkbeiner, A very important meeting will be~q . ~*.,, ~, , .... ,- I Mavo Brothers All here hone that sa_L May 14th, to a largel.~.~n ~ m~n ,,, ~, ~-,il-, home Ithe first meetin~ in June namely i tIall for the initiation of the newl 2~1~ci the season oI snence' the ,, "w , ' " ........ " -- * 0~ ..... ~' "~, ............... ~ ,~ ~ , ,,,~ ....... ~social activities of the parish ~__:.. ~vn'. ~or~es nea~n wm De Denen~eo. varen~s and friends The [ ~nA ~,~.~ ~.1.. .... ~,~ ~+ ~ ~un ! Tuesda,~ June 3rd At this meetin"~ [ class into the ranks oi ~ne Ammm. [" t . ~gum ] ......... ~r , .............. K~ .... r.~, ,~ ~, ,~- o, s ~~ *tcomman~ + ~;,, --~--~ ,~ 2~ vaoy glrl arrlvea bunaay to to ~" errata was rendered" ...... ' .... !Alwa s one of the big Ieatures o~ .. ~h... v ...... anterest] : ~_ day morning. She is sure,yea ~y her our officers fo rthe coming year willi Y" I ....... ~. ..... .-~: ............. take un her abode with Mr and Mrs o ong__. We're Glad to See [husband, Alfred Yinkbeiner; her. be nominated and elected.. The wel-Ithe. week's .prgram' the mitmtmn!ers,"~.--~ v-.~moae,.s:.Al~ar ~oc~e~ nel .zne ~ocn-iGino Carletti. " " ne Class ~ th~s ea~ ~xll be ably handled by a i y d their monthly , _ " . [father, Joe Miller of North Little ,fare of our Council depends on effi-! Y~ " '- , , ....... " .... [~ocial week which li~ ............. [ It was pleasing to note the number - .-e, L ttle Girl Who Rock;; one son, Alfred Jr. a daugh-I cient officers, and it is up to the; comlmtte, wmcn n. t:. t Ivious affair' met Ore" Lady of the Lake young folks ~Y Please--Mary Mire- ]ter, Frances Louise Finkbeiner; twor members to elect them. Every mem- i Graham is the chairman. I ...... ~ , ~. s.-..~ ~c~. ~reuresented in the ~raduation of ] S ~t~nongu ~;lle menme]s ol the At t - _ - sisters, Mrs Francis Merrell of Hoxie ber should at least be present at this ! Wednesday, June 4th, will be C as ......... - ~, :'- "Lake Side High Schoolon the 15th Th~ ~ iKlns wine A~aKe ~luo en o thelr s , .. Menagerie Diet-- and Miss Tillie Miller of North Little, meeting to cast his vote for those Day. ~[he members of t?le h~aduat-~ soci.ll entertai~- ......... " J y .Ibut still more pleasing to know that u~on " : m n ', ing class and their frienos Will gath- ' " ..lenL~, Lney ao not t 1~ . [Rock, and one brother, Rhmeheart e whom he thinks will properly~ ...... [fore, el +h~ ..... ;..;~....~ ......... tp]ans are aheady made f~or entrance _'~-~or~unateBessie--t ~iller of North Little Rock. Fu-!guide th~ destinies of our Council~ er tar numerous sacral ~uncuons,[ , ~ o~:. f,,.~a, ,eeu.~ nawng!of these graduates in September, to ,amson. I "~ .... ~ '-]ockldurin~" ]930 1931 iboth at the College and at the ca-!casen ~am~ Aloysms as the patron. ............. ff~. .... i nerat serwces were neia a~ v o c ~ ~ " " ' " ~ ....... tof their Club th,~ ,~.' ~ .... ,iNotre Dame, uetrol~ university ann ~,mle vAn~er~ains ~is- I ~ ., . --- ,+ 2* A.~Arew,s [ ! rlous llo~els oI trio Cll~y. [ , ~ ,,,~-~o~r~ nunor t .. ,4., , . . . }]e~, ..... " i~uesuay morning a~ ,~ ...... [ -- t ....... , , ~this vouthful Stint e ............ 'o~ner ba~noiic insduldons. ~ ~amunds ~ ........... [ARCHBISHOP BECKMAN ~n Tnursaay morning a~ v o crucial ~ , ,. a~, .veal" uy l o- .. ........ tJarnoarai in cnarffe oi very x~ev ' " i " Ma I . , ~ ' ce~vm,. Hal, Co ~ ne ~ s~ers oi vtercy o~ ureen- and the Auto--Mary - ~ ...... .v-s in Col PRESENTED SPIRITUAL the Annual Memorml Mass for the - .- ~ mmumon m a body ....... Ise. oame~ Y. l~man. ~urlai ~ a~ .. -] B ................ DE ideceased members of the Alumni will! on six consecutive Sundays preced-I,vale' lmss., nan planned ~0 i)r,ng Hes+ ........ ~vary cemetery, ~n cnarge oi r~eamyl ._,~r.* ~. ,..r,~o~ i'-^ ~ ........ ' "~ .... ~ ~..;~.[inff his feast of .l... ~.~" [their eleven-piece orchestra to St, I ~ r~o~n 2t-altoealelS weru vv mmm 1 " Mal " "" : -- Hall "' membels of th,,I 'y's for a concert Sunday, but _ _ Steinkamp, Charles P. Meyer, J.B. (By N. C. W. C. News Service)i , at whichthe "' ~ I I ....... l~I~ ~ were prexen~ea oy ~ne aownpour le and Her Check Book! Hoffman' George Riegler, Fred E Dubuque, Iowa, May 7 A spirit-Igraduating class and alumni will at--] IA rL" I/|I ! A PI~ t whi h alsO) hindered the formal open- " " ~end I~klkL ~llz~ I~i ..... J Fleming and Fred Henn. ual bouquet~ of several million spirit-I " ] ]i,~. ~ +h,, h .... h ,,,h +,,~ ~,~.+ .. .... -.uy Keeps a Secret-- u 1 f Thulsday evening, June 5th, at 8 "-~ ............................. I a offerings from the members o " ' I f scheduled for the same da~, , ' O'C " J " Th~ Fi .] ]~,~t~fl~|| I |~l~lP| l~ lfl~g~fl|F the Catholic Students' Mission Cru-i. lock, the members of the graduat- Commencement exercises were[ __ ; rst Menagerie sad wa mg class, m cap and gown, the mere held at St Ma~ 's audit --1 l llI[! Lll IL~ ltULl e s presented ~:o the Most Rev. , ' " ... "t , ':. ''y~ " o'ium on Fri- MEXICAN SEMINARIANS -- "; Franc~s J n ~ersof the facultyand visiting da~ evenm at 8 o'clo 1 " . Beckman, for the occasio ~ [ "~ g ck. Despite IN SPAIN ORDERED BY " the Dark Busterl ~ of his installation as Archbishop ef guests will form a precession in the[the torrents which fell, an enthusi- Io " ~ , . . . BISHOPS TO RETURN St. Augustine s Church, Dubuque. The testimonial was bby of Morns Hall to escort H,s ast~c crowd came, thus provln~ their Et Paso, Tex Ma,, 9--A larg~ "esettlng Sm-- unlor ! No. Little Rock, to Be brought to Dubuque for the installa- number of Mexican seminarians wl~o~ lion ceremonies by Msgr. Frank A. becaus~ of religious conditions exi~w Discusses C]eanli- Dedicated May 28th Thin of Cincinnati, National Secre- ing in Mexico two years ago, were tary of the Crusade. obliged to enter seminaries in Spain, s Prayer---Fran-Celebration at St. Augustine's Church for Colored in North Little Rock are now preparing to return to Mex- Speaking ---The Bishop Will Solemnly Dedi- ic0, according to E1 Pais here. Ther were large numbers ot cate Church and Administer Con- . . . . n T " Mexican students m the semmarm h~ Ri~rhts of Men firmation. Present the Dinlomas. :tz. - .... ..... at Avila, Burgos, Bilbao and Baree- and Break the Ground for a New ]:lS, after which the recession wm organization was established and he " P Ark.; William J. Staten, Hackett, lena, Spain Many of these who S~Iof" t~:h::::lng:s ~ School. ,has given much time and study to }~:hfarm to march to Morris ?_-I_a!L Ark.; John C. Staten, Hackett, Ark.; [have finished their preparation for ~ , , -- . . ~ ere a recepnonwm oe t, enaereu Robeat W~u~-. *'-' ..... ~ ........ manner thanked the xts program of mission educatlon de-' . .' ~ver, ~me ~OCK, Ar~.; T. ~ne prmstnooa or are avout ~o eon~ o .... Members and friends of St Augus- ]the graduates andthew friends bv j xm.-~. ................ ~'Slgnor , eoer ~prlngs, ArK, pleI;o ~;nelI course nave received Wernke for the . , ~ . . spite the manifold duties imposedI th~ members of the Philomatheia ..... ~e audi .... tree s parish .hall witness coming ._ ,: _ -~ ...... ~ .... . ......... Joseph D. Rice, Blythewlle, Ark., I struchons from their Bishops to r~ ~orlum, ana atso ....... ~. , . ,, upon Illln a~ a seminary rector ~Iltl,]~lUD ~-r ,,,.~ ~,r~ rnomas w -.--, ~.. .. ..... "n, as ....... ,weanesoay a IOUrlola cemDranon., .......... ~__ , ................ ana ~vnss ~uarie Volperr, Little Rock, turn to Mexico tild ,well as ~ne ~isters .......... laser, as ~mnop oi ,,mcoin. un ~wo]Newton, III, is president. Ark ' " ' ur~n un tne I] s~ place oI ~ne proglam ap oc io e o~ s parents, for the r. . . . "- - cos" ns he has representedth ' The members of the graduating G;aduates ................. ~o Peration ~A ,~,,o~,,.~,~ ~pears the solemn aeaicadon of St. C,r,,~,A~ i,~ ~,~,~ _, ........ ~rom ~ne ~uorrls ~'re- ~.A~L~II~AI. fqlUINDJP.:L]P.~IN 5 ......... c-,-' , ................ ClaSS WhO ~,Vlll receive degz'ees are" her in h ..... ~- " " ~ i Augustine s Church to its future pur- ,~. . ~ , ' ................ paratory School who wit] receive NEPHEW TO blARR'If -~ =, ~o~. } ....... xne aocumen~ containing ~ne spir- ~rancls ~ Uonnolly, INatlcK, Mass.; A;,q ........ r~_..:.~ .__a ._ ~ tpose o gathering aria euucadng the ,~ , . ......... . "~ . .." ..... , -,,v -,-,~ ,,,c: uavm ~naerson rmr- -_ . ,. ~ ..,, . .. , . , .. . I l~uat Douque~ ]s a nana-ulumma~eaaosepn waisne, ~an ~ranclsco, t~aJ.; rv Andrews Char~es an^. ~V~]l;~... ~.. xT o wr r~ -, .~ . "" r'r cnllaren oI ~ne coloreo population in ' " " , x-,-,.y -,. ,,. erwee _, esents Minstrel l ..... ] parchment, executed in the medieval John M.cCarthy, Brockton, Mass.;; Boone Be~auru .............................. nose a Cou~ ~ m . . , North Little ~oc~.rne seconu num-I-__:_ _, ............ ~^_, ............ 1_ I , , ~xugus~; iVllCeg,] ~rmrclffi, ~. ~., May 10.---Mr ~.. ..~=, r. x. 2t. pre-.. ., . ~ . i~crtp WhiCh IS usea in OlXlClal aoeu- r~tttKUollJacK,l~0r~~mlt;n, 2~r~';IThomas W /q~,.~-.,, lxr ~,., o,_ l_.._~ ~, ~ ,. ,~, - . ..... 'astre ,, ,, her announces l;l]e grea~ ~acramen~, . ,- , ~)~al~ ~na,w~lail(1 mrs. dUllan 1~. flaw, ol" Wlllg~l t elf' MDayStly, bU;ok~:S'a t of Confirmation ~b:te:ha~lc:1admin-1meats ~ssued from Rome. : WllllhlaemcceiI::llthYe' 2:~hk]:Y'oA~r~sdh: ] Cl~:oe SMnuitlheralolf O~oLint~epRo:dk,;:: Pl:~:s~:::hunced the engagement of :h "vPreciative audi i istered to 22 chi y bap-IPIUS IX ....: .......... re ......"~ .................. ~'1 , " g ter, Evelyn Elizabeth to ence. . ~ IIKAIlM I'LAUED g e, wnlie ~,ranKlln J~n{JOIIl, ~l,~tIIlp~ In d" " " T tire scheduled forI I ad ltlon to the above a number Mr Theodor . The ~:~::ttwearCetecdl as lnter:~h:dndAo;hthd f~~ices in the church[ IN THE NEW__MUSEUM _. A:k., 71H receive the degree of Bach-[of prominent men of the city and Margaret Eppig, Eo~tl~ock:~loCfenMttr~ ever ann " ' ul~ ROMAN HISTORY e r oI viailosopnj. 1 ate .... S , t will receive honorary de tees L I and Pecialt ..... i~ the presenting of the diplomas to -_ . , _ .... s . g ., nephew of His Eminence ~.. ~ ,,umoers were: ~ . .... "-; The graauates of the ~cnooi OI]Examinations G " " oy Mrs. ]~, A,.~+~ ..... ~.~ the very first graauates oi ~t. ~ugus- t~.. xr o ~xr t~ ....... . .... - eorge Cardinal Mundelem, Arch e~.^_...~watl< "y ......... by Mrs' ...... E J- *:--'"~'"e s ~.,~,;c-~^^' ~.~";~'+ ........... o~,~ren shall b- -'~ome,"~"~ "~" ~'~"ma vv.5 ~" Thmews ~ervlce) rnarmacy, all of wnom will receive The closing examinations at the bishop of Chicago, at a luncheon, [ ~_ ~ ......... Y e special raft- the degree, Graduat~ in Pharmacy, College for all branche~ ...m ,, ...... : ........... , . ,., . ,~rsW ~ ..... ~ne nappy ones Ann las~ ou~ not wa" *---'- --'-" " .......... .- ~ , ~ . . - - ~ w.t uegm ~veu m lvllSS ~aw S r~ollor al; tn~ u.. . t. trickery; a , . ~ ~ram WUlCn, prior ~o ~Tu, ,car- are: ~ D ]~arnes /vlansliela, ArK ; on Frida r ~, a " " a~rs, j E o-~ ......... lea~t the ~round for a new scnool..;~ ,,: ........... =. , , ~. I y 23rd, and will con- Brmrchff Lodge here toda . a~ong- " an" ,~e,r~ ann ~vxrs, ,, shall" ' be broken" The- planned edi- "="he ,r,u~ ,~. on several snor~ jour- ~lmer .l~arnett' Heber Springs, Ark.; i tinue on Monday, Tuesday and Wed- Miss Faw m" a senior. Yat Mary- d dance number ys, and which has for r I. A' ........ " .............. " a number of F ederick Booden, Worcester, Mass.;: nesday, May 26, 27 and 28 The mount Colle e . . ,~ora and Mrs An~,elo ilce stmtl accommoua~e ~wo uuuureu years been ~-- -"~--,~-- =- -~-- ---','~ - - ~- -~: . ......... g , Tarrytown, N. Y., t~ b,, a. _ o s .,,, . . ,, .... :, .... ,.~ .. ,,,, ,~,~w~ty m ~ne ~mn~ary xnomas uorcoran, ~asnvllle, lenn.;, stuaents will remain over for Mass and wlll recelv ~urs. Frank Sarlo ~na Cnll(lren ann snmt upe, ,~- v~'~,~ l~useum ~a~, +1... r,.~,~^ ^# ,~__ ,~_.__, ........... ~.. . e the degree Bachelor :e COmposed of Mrs A' "R~"I ~;nls........ iail ~ucu remarkable events Angeio- " " .................. will be m ~an uunala ~amar; ibex,, rlope, ArK. ; MurL .i on Tnursaay, May 29th, Ascension. of Arts June 2. Mr. Eppig~ wa~i'*edtt-" Its .... t . ..... , eyed to the new Donahue, L~ttle Rock, Ark ; Joseph Day, when all except the Seniors will eared a " a," u. Alford, Mrs E Aus- as t,he above mentioned snau aaa Museum of Roma~ 14"~+~,, ~r., o..~ ...... ~ .... ~ the Campmn Preparatory ~rs. Frank Sarlo 0ther'surely a glorious page to t~e annals The papal train~" a'curi':us souv-n G~bs:n~s' ~nac~o'~er, ~rK., ~onn~e[~eave ~or :near summer _vacations. School and St. Xavler's College. the - " ...... , .... L e - , ~aroaneue, Arg.; ~onn ft. i~qemoers oI the ~enioi classes will Amen the u s cast were Mrs L C o~ ~ Augustine s parlsn. ~r o~ Pontific . . . ' g g e ts at the ]u~elv firs ~_ ._ . -I ........ *~:~,,~ h .... a! Rome, will thereafter Goslee, Hot Springs, Ark.; Wilhamlremam over for the commencement con was Mass R ' 'zaut BurjarsKi and ~ne ~lgn~ J~everenu ~ .... v --~ De seen b a . . . . ita Miller of Rock~ '. y It vlm~ors to the newly Hoppe, LittleRock, Ark.; Wflhs! week exercises. At the clos " ~Ulhvan ceremomes e of the wlle Centre, also a semor at a decided to perform said ". opened buildin at ' M ry- commencement re am on T - , ~a:~:dmmstrel show, Mrs_ on Wednesday,?8t, h of MaY,mt.~c~ht, Aye_n.tlne, near Santa Maria m Winston Clark, North Lattle Rock, day, June 5th, t:: C~ooilege will ~:::, ~E;p~gt~' :bot~eirll 0fVeTdhMeo~0r .... ~___~I~, ,~ .: g the foot of the Evans, Bald Knob, Ark.; Wllham ~s a eomre~ preacn-oegmnmg a~ ~u o CroCK, a ...... o~meum. Ar~.; George Marwks, Little Rock, to reopen in September. 12