Newspaper Archive of
Arkansas Catholic
Little Rock, Arkansas
May 24, 1930     Arkansas Catholic
PAGE 4     (4 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 4     (4 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
May 24, 1930
 

Newspaper Archive of Arkansas Catholic produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




PAGE FOUR THE GUARDIAN, MAY 24, 1930 1 $10,000 A YEAR FOR MISSIONS' the dioceses within the country are problem is not one of orgamzatlon ler, superior of the Maryknoll Jun-' height, and will accommodate 700 AID NEW PAPAL GOAL I still missionary, another decade will but of extension of the present quite ior Seminary at Los Altos. The fig- more pupils and a gymnasium. The (Continued from page 1) find them with a greatly improved complete organization in order to em- ures upon which Father Keller based class room wi ~ i'" c ....... !~_ , n . ..,ooo rarmers RL ReD. Monsignor William Qu'nn, situationThe percentual adva ce, braceall Catholics. his announcement were receive~ ,., t t of these ._ . , ". ana the gymnasium $90,000 ~ he said, will not equal ha- Extension in Italy from the Apostolic De|egate to " ~,___., Director of the Pontifical Society in lseven years, quite naturally, but t In Italy states Monsignor Jose-h China. The additfonal facilities permits I~ClLlll~k the United States, the nation at pres-/prgnsticatmns' can= rea.sonablYtb:t Zanetti,~ b'ut 30 of the 300 dioceses The number of Chinese religious an emollment of 1,400, making the CLARKSVILLE, ~,mt giving the heaviest contribution,I ma~e ?~,;at ~easL ~r~,?u%~ng:~feels/are organized strongly i-or Propaga-I were listed in the report as follows: sch?ol one of the largest Cathohc recounted that within the sevenlt~:~7:ir~tS"o7' en~h%sias~m for the[tion work. True, these include the[nine bishops; 1,371. priests; more hign SChOOlS in Lnisvic!nky. ~ne in- " ' " t .~ stitution was established by Bishop years of the pontificate of Pope Plus/nanal nro~ram of mission activity has/ largest dmceses m the country 'butI han 5,000 sisters; and approxm ate- , , . . . . v ~- ,- o / ....... .- ,1u/an P. Farrellv m 1916, and is m ~,t ~,, ~ ........ ~, T~ ..... a~'~-- re [+~,~ United States in its ~rip, but be- great possibilities lie undeveloped rally 4,000 young men prepaxmg for . .. " ~ a ~ww ~tq~ turns ....... in "'~'~ae ~:~'~unn:ea "''"" =[-t,-S~ates naN: ..... oeen" -I ~i'e'ves much of ~he results of this en- the remaining 270 The (lay. of or-I the priesthood, charge of the Society of Mary. [VL ~. I~ilJ 1/~ 400 .-er cent lisinTM from $350 000 inlthusiasm will be felt only when the gamzatlon still lies ahead, says th~s/ ...... ~. J, Representing ths :~ v , ". s ' ' I ....... t -Dunker r, eneration in Amer- keen leader The beauty of the cau-eI ISL~V~LANI) L:AIIrtI~DKAL t~v,l~r~,~t.~ ,, FIRST Company in the I'l~ 1922 to $1,400,000,000 in 192~J. It J." ......... ~- '-~-: -..a-~:o i-*~ caught the populace immediately[ SCHOOL WINGS DEDICATED ~ .... v .......... s ,~. Business of the Wola~ " * ' I leapasse~muo pum~ ,x~. ~s safe to say, he stated, that ha'41yl ..... ~- ~ -re~ent P~-e issued his ur-/ -- ~tl ] w A~ets: Over One Billtolb more than,10 per~ cent of the dioceses I, EquillYt, of oneinterestlngof the ~woWere~ne~rencnCm'-al- ~;in"i' c:ll tTor mission activity, but/ Cleveland, May 16.--Two new lvlecnamcs Lumoer ~,d~e M,mon ,ol . in the Untied Suates have yet been men s ......... this enthusiasm must now be haT-/wings to Cathedral Latin school were ~'~ ....... ]~J .... ~igr---*|- |.lt~ ....... d Yet frankl" the timental appeal " g "- . .~_ ........... o.. o 19~ Little TONY MASSA'S I~an:2nap:o~bl::'is stii'l but a~ ac- tention of all rightminded s ou~s otro. i ~ ll0B Dora~hte, Butld~ to drive home +~ *act that missions fines of the country Italy I | ..... HOME-BOILED HAMS l area great co~pe~]ing duty in the[Passed the first stage, states th~l] g"--~.,,~].',~,.~,~*. ,~g ] "]F~- Cof~~ Best in the City | .... '" "ask ard ..... ;"~' I Monsignor, and is now emvarkext | ~.,~a~ala*aaaa~a,~ vi . ~t,l.t~.lil,,ll " I ua~nonc worm t , ~=~ .... the ...... ainl an l! ! '..~ ~ ''lm~:'KiOKnlT~iO~:';:dlM~c:arnl I average I ~ii!~s:!ill contributiol ~thll; i!l~)!:~:st;h! t I rere than dub]ed'i[i:rtmdicS~:esti bc?'Tr:p ytt:l ll,, GeORGe B0ULLI0N ,1 ~, ,. o, ,i ....... -'" Go to o y " I the Propagation is but 22 centimesl I o Meat Market and I m w,~ 1,9-,21 EAST MARKHAM I Per person. Somel0,000,000 are yet I CHINA CAZHOILIcCRSE~Hs7 IWN 1929 I! .... "Y ~ L~,. R~ek, A r~ , roll d for the cause France s ~i,~at t I '. a " "~ !to be on e | t:1"/ f~ o. | .[" " 'i' .L,.. ,James or. . ' Ginocchi0:g ?t*=~'~'~'~''=~ ........ ~'~ .............. ~', (By N. C. W. C News Service.) [ I t~~.~-,~-~ t Compliments of the i TSaneF:b rp'lflf :i!ffl:!6iil::t ] Little Rock, Ark. i -- [ A otn nAoSaR SUPPLY CO. i total num'ber of i i I K~ ~1~, , x-~t%*,~.l~.i~" a.~,', t t Catholics in that country to 2,473,-[i ~ ] ~ ~l~ll~l~' " | { this week by" the ReD James G Kel ! ] Barber Supphes of All Kinds and . ti , . . ! - ' I I ,, ! tlrKa12sas t1 v I eauty rarlor rlxtures I i t;:. ........ -- ..... i .Phone 4.133~ I'1 l Utllltyt;O. [ Grinding I[ -" er Furniture II [ Telephone 260 ,-L- ........... ,', No,,, and Socond Hand Fur.i-I PATRICK SHOE COMPANY I ;: " I i ii . ~ ~-. it II | I~ Lure ana otoves t~ougn , l l I " i ]1 Sold and Exchanged jl Good Shoes for Everybody . i Graham dt ! 11 ' CASH OR CREDIT I SINCE 1878 I Broenin i ..,,.,v ii~t]nidl"~li~ U A I~r~[l~'k~"1 ~d~k I I lS 20 W Seventh St. II 913 Garrison Ave. Fort Smith, Ark. II Outfitters for g ,~J~.ll~li,~ .][ ~[~l~K~J~s 1-1~K~p ~ ~'~kJ~ ~li~,,, I J 712-14-16- - m -" 708 Main RETAIL i l Little Rock, Ark. g tl I[ WHOLESALE AND a r" t lllll I III Hardware, Queenswa e, Sporting Goods, Hotel a v1 l I ........ ....... I ReVtaurant SupplieT, Hous Furnishing Goods i,lUUU!UU!!,uuuuuluuuutuuuulittl llll , I : / 513-515 Main Street " Little Rock, Ark. I! ItaJI?HNFKc?HNeErl!Ill i / fcel?n sd ::e i rS'' Up'T'Date ' 8'9o6 Mai-balStr'et:s ifl0d: " .:i= .............. ....-- ..... ._.- Pand Cc, nfectlonery es [ Ml$Sl eUlll ali| V ! llll D i~lt~ll~ ] Phone6494 .?~ ' ' i l i vv. '! COMPLIMENTS OF * lele 3138 1122 North llth St R C C0ff r ~--"~. | I t y, ,ice-President and General Manager --- i ~'~ i . ~r w., i tnt'l~-~., i FORT SMITH, ARK. 1 I I ]! Thompson, [ bAIVI, IVt. WA; bP.,LL j i Courteous Personal Attenhon to i Canald: ,or !' I ' ! Every Customer II t: i I) Ii!111111111,1111!1111111111111111111111111111111111 ! I, -., ~ , - . . , i LITTLE ROCK A~~;ll~?' I Comrressman. 5th Dlstrmt ,i , ! i, l t | ........... !ll QUALITY PHI)TO l Pulaski County Yell County if ...... [ i [I _ ,., [ Perry County Johnson County |i t " " ~ |ll Our Major Offer, Faulkner County Franklin County ! am n | IFA I !fl . I'ope County i mayne l taneyi III '< 1 c , A ~" ..... r 120 Main ph0# E e t'o= ueust 12, 193o. i 18 North Eighth Street ! i II - - -- ....... Fort Shaith, Ark. ....... - .... :" "Good Things to Eat" I[lllml in 1111111 Fort Smith, Ark. The Ideal School for Your Daughter! ST. SCHOLASTICA'S ACADEMY FORT SMITH, ARKASSAS Accredited with University of Arkansas The "Seven" Liberal Arts or Objectives which constitute the "Com- plete" foundation at St. Scholastiea's builds for the lives of the students. THE ART OF BEHAVIOR BEFORE GOD THE ART OF BEHAVIOR AMONG MEN THE ART OF EXPRESSION THE ART OF KEEPING HEALTHY THE ART OF HISTORICAL REALIZATION THE ART OF CULTIVATING LEISURE THE ART OF MAKING A LIVING Competent Faculty Adequate Facilities Ideal Proximity to Entire State of Arkansas. Address Sister Directress or Phone 5804 Insurance, Loana, Bonds ISU$$111$$$1!$$1$i$!USU$i- iii ill Compliments of Seaman Store Co. Altus, Ark. -- IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIii111111111111111111t111111111 i L Compliments of Wallace H. Bruce Plumbing, Heating and Sheet Metal FORT SMITH, ARK. Little Rock, Arkansas For Boarding and Day Students A four year College offering courses leading to the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Also offers Pre-Medical, Pre-Legal and Commercial De (Three Year*) Course leading to the Degree, Ph. G. Modern and well-equipped buildings, very strong Faculty, location unsurpassed for venience, healthfulness and beauty. Rates Very Reasonable For Catalogue Apply to the Dean (Under Direction of the College.) A standard (Class A) High School offerin a four year Courses: Classical, S cientific, Commercial Modern equipment and strong f acult,,--Very Reasonable Apply to the Principal