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THE GUARDIAN, MAY 24, 1930 PAGE FIVE is now open in FORT SMITH EVERY ROOM WITH BATH CIRCULATING ICE WATER Dan James, Manager o:, t: obn' GALLUS D'AUJOURD'HUI, O. S. B. RECTORY, ALTUS, ARK. BRINKLEY mother of the Rev. Charles B. Mc-James A. Hughes, Harold J. Hoban, 200,000 the number of official listen- ~Rr~t~ Coy of Brinkley, Arkansas, and sis- i William F. Gaughan, William J. ers-in to the programs "of the Catho- Mrs. Mary E. Me-ter of Sister M. Corn of the Sisters Grubb, Newton T. Miller, Edward J. lic Radio Association. R ....... ~--~- .Ta~nh ~, If it gives the desired results, the uey, ~amei J. ~nuau~, -+~r- --. cam ai nis likel to" Philadelphia, Buried With of St. Joseph, died suddenly on May Coleman, Ignatius F. Bash, Henry F...,P g. , .~ y influence the HOnor, With Her Son as 7 SECURING FOR THE DIOCES OF LITTLE ROCK t of Funeral Mass. Many" The funeral took place on last Kiggins, Joseph ........... M. Corr, Charles M. aallYthat willexpecteadetermine~Vernment'Sthe numberdecisinof THE EDUCATION AND TRA iNING OF WORTHY ndN~uns Attended the Re- ~ ........ Diegel John A. lvlc~lnnls, ~lcnolas h rs allotted to ECCLESIASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHNS 'Catho ...... ~acuraay xrom her za~e remaence. -- Kenn Jose" ou each of the four ,hilade;i~ 3M:dvar:7 and A solemn requiem Mass was cele-A. Travo, Josepn.~. A.. d J Y'KearnPn rlollano ...... ~roaacasting Associations SEMINARY FOR THE ARKANSAS PRIESTHOOD p a. Y " brated in the Church of the Holy A. McGrenra, ....... mcnarDlobel, and joeY' con~enoi2g' " ~ ior~ public patronage" Any Full Burse or Share in an Incomplete Burse May Be Do- IT E. McCoy (bort~ Mur- Angels, Oak Lane, by Father Mc- J" U' lJ,. wimam d.. ..... " R' k -- "lfrm the stations of Huizen and of Rated. Donations, Large and Small, Will Be Gratefully seph E Laughlin oI ~,lt~le oc , ArK. I .... Received and Recorded. of John P. McCoy, and Coy. The Rev. James A. Shea, a " " " Sisters of St ~milversum The Huizen Station is A large numoer oz " " " A Burse Is a Su mof Money Invested and Drawing Enough - ,nephew of the deceased, was deacon, . _ " t the Mas l the joint property of the Catholic dosepn were presen~ a s, 1 ........ Interest Always to Provide Board, Lodging and Training .~. and the Rev. Joseph A. McGrena was ...... r Mar "~o~ ,~nurcn are oz l~rotes~ant organiza- l~ __I__L sub-de,con. The Rev. Vincent C.~:ms~ge:h:Yth:ldegc~=; Mo~h:i ~'[tins" The Hilversum Station is used for One eminarian. andmpn Moran was master of ceremonies ..... .~ ..',by the so-called Liberals, or neutrals, Requests for further information and the benefits shared by I Aluigi, a cousin, ann ~s~er bach-, .. . , . ~ " After the absolution of the .body the, . . and by the ~oclalists are & Serwce -- i the Rector, The Very Reverend Monsignor S. J. Peoples, e~. . sermon was preached by the ~ev. [ erine Terec~ta, a mece. Representa-~ " contributors, and likewise all donations, should be sent to Otahon highWilliamtribute J" Garrigan,to the faithD' D.,andWhO pietypaidI MassWmenfiVes OfwereOther a,so'religiUSpresenv-~rdersa~ th-f[e [1 PRIESTMoTHERREACHESIN DYINGPLANE DASH Ph. D., St. John's Seminary, Little Rock. ' W`lres .... Tubes of Mrs. McCoy. and Among the priests present were cemetery,IntermentwhereWaS madothe inpriestsHOly Cross/sang [ c(BYcNo" g ,CIW'., C'aNeWSy 16.---TheService') I ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY BURSES. [ , COMPLETE _ the Very Rev. Monsignor S. J. Peo- - ReV'IsT. MARY S BURSE, Hot Springs ................................................... $5,000.00 ALTUS, ARK ples, Ph. D., rector of St. John's Sere- ] the "Benediction"waand ~venthe finalb Fatherbless" ~ BartholomeWst Stephen A.church,Murtaugh,Holdenvflle,pastor of ling at the graves g" y l " I MONSIGNOR TOBIN BURSE, Little Rock_ ................................. 5,000.00 l inary, Little Rock, and the Revs. P"M~nv /Okla., recently flew from his parish[ANNIE JONES BURSE, Pine Bluff ................................................. -~ 5,000.00 ": PRODUCTS F. Fogarty, James T. Higgins, Wil-i ....... " /to Parkr~dge, Ill., in order to arrive[MARY HOLLAND-CRAIG BURSE, Pine Bluff .................................. 5,000.00 liam J. McCaffrey, Edward J. Hola-1 PS at the bedside of his dying mother, [ALUMNI BURSE, in Honor of St. John the Baptist ....................... 5,000.00 No. 70 [han, Thomas L. Clooney, Philip E.,HOLLAND BISHO [ [ RECOMMEND RADIO [Mrs. Anna J. Murtaugh, 'before sheIBISHOP BYRNE BURSE ....................................................................... 5,000.00 Donahue, Henry A. McCracken, JohnI TO THEIR FLOCKS should pass away. The priest reached [ J. Meagher, John F. McElvenny, [ his mothers home 24 hours before[ INCOMPLETE (By N. C. W. C. News Service)she died. He was celebrant at the [ BISHOP FITZGERALD BURSE ST. ANNE'S ACADEMY Boarding and Day School Separate Department for Boys Boys Under Twelve Accepted as Resident Pupils. ted High School Music and Commercial Department. Accredited with University of Arkansas THE SISTERS OF MERCY Convent Place, Fort Smith, Arkansas Phones: Academy 8965, Convent 8366 Rock Street and Arkansas River Phones: 4-0157--4-0158 L.D. 129 LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Ice, Fireproof Storage, Cold Storage arehouse, Street Refrigerating Pipe Line Service FROZEN EGGS, FLORIST FERNS Utors for Solvoy Sales Corp. of Calcium Chloride, Soda Ash and other Alkali Products in Stock at-Little Rock PUt and Fur Trimmed Coats and Furs Cold Stored FOR MERCHANTS ONLY The Hague, May 3. The Hol- land Catholic Bishops have addressed a collective appeal to their flocks to patronize their own Catholic Radio Broadcasting. It is the first move of the drive going on to bring .to Mrs. J. W. Johnson Hardware, Furniture and Undertaker ALTUS, ARKANSAS Solemn Requiem Mass said for Mrs. Murtaugh in St. Paul of the Cross Church in Parkridge. $1,023,403 EXPENDED ON ST. LOUIS CHARITY St. Louis, Me., May 16.--The Catholic Charities of St. Louis in a report released at the recent annual meeting of the organization here gives a figure of $1,023,403 as the estimated amount expended on dio- cesan charity in 1929. In 13 institutions caring for de- pendent children and aged poor an average attendance of 2,184 is listed in the report. At the 10 hospitals 107,805 free days have been given, while institntions aiding the poor at headquarters or in their own homes numbered 1,446. Organizations en- gaged in general outdoor relief work ~have aided 9,806 individuals and 1,- 757 families. $$$1$$[,l$$$$Hm$$1$$HI' for Clarence Saunders Operator J. P. Baker ALTUS, ARK. The Burse is a memorial to the Right Reverend Edward Fitzgerald, second Bishop of Little Rock. From a Benefactor ................................................................................... $ 50.00 Pupils St. Anne's Academy, Fort Smith ......................................... 25.00 Anonymous, Hot Springs ..................................................................... 50.00 Anonymous, North Little Rock .......................................................... 100.00 Very Rev. Monsignor A. P. Gallagher, Mena, Ark .......................... 100,00 Anonymous, additional sums received ............................................... 226.24 Anonymous, additional sums received ......................................... 430.00 For favors received, Morrilton, Ark .................................................. 2.00 Anonymous, Hot Springs .................................................................... 50.00 Total ........................................................................................ $1,033.24 ALUMNI BURSE -- IN HONOR OF THE BLESSED TRINITY -~ This Burse is the second foundation made by the priests who were ordained from St. John's Seminary. It is open to the clergy and people in general who have the work and interest of the Seminary at heart. Previously acknowledged ................................................................ $ 101.50 In memory of Hugh McDevitt ............................................... 25.00 Master Raymond Maus, Atkins, Ark .................................................. 25.~0 In Memory of AIfred Frei ................................................................... 20.00 Appreciation, Slovactown, Ark ......................................................... 10.00 Alumnus, 1924 .......................................................................................... 25.00 Alumnus, 1919 ......................................................................................... 25.00 Alumnus, 1924 ' 2@.00 Alumnus, 1914 ..................................................................................... 20.00 Alumnus, 1925 25.00 Alumnus, 1923 ............................................................................... " 20.00 N. N. Paragould, Ark ............................................................................ 10.00 Alumnus, 1926 .................................................................................. 20.00 Alumnus, 1927 ..................................................................................... 10.00 Alumnus, 1916 ................................................................................... 1~,00 Friends of the Little Flower, Dixie, Ark ............................................. 5.00 In Memory o~ John M. Murray ....................................................... 10.00 Jubilee Offering, Hot Springs, Ark ......................................... I0.00 In Memory of Mrs. Hannah McMahon * 10.00 Alumnus, 1914 ...................................................................................... 80.00 Total ,-,~mm ~l~ ~ -- , I" I SACRED HEART BURSE '" :! : '~ l$lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIl lllllllPllullllllllllullllllllllllllll$ll [ Illlillllllllllllllllilillllllllllllllllllllllllilll [Thanksgiving=-- ........... [ This Burseto theCnsiStSsacredfHeart.dnatins' large and small, in Petitioo and -- ' '[Previously acknowledged ................................................................ $ 326.00 Gratitude .................................................................................. or a ;r Soon . . . everybody who can will be answering the call of Summer You, and you and you--and you---allthrill with the joyous antici- Pation of happy days out of doors. And here at Pfeifer's---awaiting your choosing are the newest styles for sports or dress, that you may be correctly attired for every Summer occasion. Never have we been better prepared to satisfy your needs for a happy SUmmer's vacation than nbw . . . and at prices extremely moderate. m i Compliments of Gem Drug and Manufacturing Co. FORT SMITH, ARK. = illlUlllllllillllllllllll]lllllllllillllllllllllllll I I I ----Wakefield & Co. ammm "'Everything to Weal"' 5.00 Good Counsel Holy Name Society .................................................. 25.00 Miss M. P. Gengler, Stuttgart, Ark ....................................... 10.00 In Thanksgiving for Favors Received ............................................ 25.00 Thanksgiving ......................................................................................... 20.00 Thanksgiving for Favors Received, Morrilton ...................................... 2.00 Miss M. P. Gengler, Stuttgart, Ark ................................................. 5.00 For Favors Received, Clarendon, Ark ........................................... 5.00 Little Missionary Club, Stuttgart, Ark .............................................. 5.00 Morrilton Friend ................................................................................ 5.00 Anonymous, additional sums received ................................ 107.84 OZARK, ARK. SIXTH mlm$,[ ll,HSmm$$$1$Hmlmlmsm$$ $I$$$i ms1 $$$$$m$$$$i+I 476.50 For Favors Received, Mr. L. P. Zurcher ............................................. 10.00 A~ Friend, Paris, Ark ....................................................................... 5.00 In Thanksgiving for Favors Received, M. O. B ................................. 5.00 Special Intention, Mrs. E. M .............................................................. 5.00 Jubilee Offering, Pocahontas, Ark ..................................................... 5.00 A Friend, Paris, Ark. .......................................................................... 5.00 For Petition Granted Through Little Flower 10.00 Mrs. J. K. H ......................................................... 6 ............................. 1.00 M. P. Gengler ................................................................ 5.00 Tota L ............................................................................................ $ 596.84 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS BURSE The Burse is a foundation by the Arkansas State Council to assist St. John's Seminary in the training of candida~s for the priesthood. Arkansas K. of C. Councils, 1926 .......................................................... $ 392.00 Arkahsas K. of C. Councils, 1927 ........................................................ 326.80 Arkansas K. of C. Councils, 1928 ................................................... 482.80 Arkansas K. of C. Couneils, 1929 .............................................. 380.80 !~, Total ................................................................................. $1,562.4ff