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May 24, 1930     Arkansas Catholic
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PAGE SIX THE GUARDIAN, MAY 24, 1930 SMITH School and Social Events. Not alone the educational centers. but, the entire city of Fort Smith, seem bent on recitals, plays -'and school exercises and social activities all leading up to the final gradua- tion, or commencements, which are all booked early Juffe. St. Anne's is also busy along those lines, and the first, in a series of. closing exercises, was given last Fri- day night at the Knights of Colum- bus Hall, when the kindergarteners and primary grades were presented in a program of music, song, dance OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP CHURCH, ALTUS, ARK. lOWS : Evening Hymn---Third and Fourth Grades. Welcome Song First and Second Grades. , The Nations Groups of Second and Third Grades Girls. Stylish Ladies, imperso:).ations Primary Girls. Japanese Fan Drill--Third and l?"ourth Grade" Girls. My IAttle Yellow Duck---~Second Grade Boys. Dance, in costu~ne---Four Girls. Boys' Philosophy Third and Fourth Grade Boys. "A Country Boy's Troubles" Hoyt Kirkpatrick. . n O~d Faslnoned Dance--Sixteen Boys and Girls. Piano Solo---Paul Lavoi. The Troubles of Little Folks, play- let--Twenty Small Girls. Lyonne Flory, Margaret Mary Kay- ser, Ruth O'Keefe. St. Anne's Mothers' Club Entertain Senior Class. The annual luncheon sponsored by the St. Anne's M:others' Club was a charming event at St. Anne's on Tuesday at one o'clock. It was given at the c.onvent where a series of ta- bles were placed in the long, spacious hall. The decorative motif was in laven- der, pink and green, the class colors; graceful ferns, pink roses and pinks. formed the floral effect. Correspond- in~' colors were carried out i'n the place cards, ice cream course and the crystals, bouquets of pinks were used for favors. Mrs. Burley John- ston had charge of the decorations. Mrs. Arthur Franklin Hoge,, pres- ident of the club, and Mrs. P. J. Carney, past president, were the extended to the parents and to others interested in the school work and in- dividual entertainers. Tile following program was pre- sented: ! Hello, welcome Chorus by class. | Music lessons Margaret Ferrand. i Castles in the Air--Clyde Moore i and Frances Peluso. l A Boy's Dream Vance Braze.lie. A Visit to the Dentist Patricia I Keating. Valse, violin solo~Mary Pothast. Why? Gene Dressendor~er and Robert Derdyen. A Girl's View of Boys--Margaret Triesch. Value of Smiles Sarah Lee Creek- more. In the Dark- Hoyt Kirkpatrick. Master Kerchoo and Worry Cow, voice solos Roy Shultz. Wonderful Speller Charles Lewis In their desire storation of Government in sas, the people for leadership, his sincerity termination and to hold the above private Over 60,000 1928, and Everybody Arkansas BROOKS HAYS. Compliments of rlaylet . Paris, Ark. Nearly two hundred children ap- peared in this production, and capti- vated the hearts of their audience by A Excursion to their Intent and training. Some of hostesses, and Robert DeWinter. ~he numbers were quite spectacular "Good-bye Pencils, Good-bye Mrs. Robert Skinner was the toast- Sad Effects of oGod Intentions-- An enjoyable trip to Erin--a trip that will forever in presentation and costuming. Books" Chorus. mistress and gracefully introduced Patriots Johnson. remain a pleasant memory--a trip on which you wi~ The program rendered was as "fol- Accompanists--Grace Jo Morris, the speakers and presented the pro- (Continued on page 7( . look back in the years to come as the most delightful experience you ever had . . . can be yours by joining our - .................... .:. [ gram as follows : FIFTH ANNUAL IRISH EXCURSION PARTY, sailing in | ; [ Class Song "Framing the Day ] the Cunarder SCYTHIA, June 14th, from New York. ] WARD CO [ With Sunshine." ] Phone 7320paint 911 Rogers AVe.and Wall loadsOUr c0ngenial lrlsh Assistant Manager, Mr. Oweu J, The Graduates, toast--Mrs. Edwin[ Lenihan, will again go along to personally superintend Johnson. ] the excursion. Not a dull moment throughout the voyage; Response Bernice Clinton. [Ozark of hospitality and sociability await every one who " Piano setoction Mary Porta. [ Paper Co. joins the party. Many special features will be arranged" | Special facilities for the celebration of Mass during the "AT ALL FOUNTAINS" St. Anne's, t0ast--Margaret Mary [ voyage. J Prendergast. [ Distributors ENT RPRISE PAINTS reasonable. Write now for particulars to your local steaW" Guire./ . :1 FEDERAL VARNISHES ship agent, or, Re~ponse--Mrs. Choppesky. HENRY BOSH WALL Song', "When Our School Days CUNARD ILIINE, 1135=37 Olive St. l ] t ' '" PAPER ~ave Come to An End. There were 52 guests. Member~ Wholesale and Retail FORT SMITH, ARK. of the ela~s are Mihtred Abington, Gladys Bill!. Marie Brun. John Chop- A. L. Bosse, Mgr. Fort Smith. pesky, Bernice Clinton, Clymer Coop- r er, Mary Fenolio. Lyonne Flory, Ha- I zeI Gille spie, Edwin Johnson, Rosa li[llililllllillllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllUil THE CITY NATIONAL BANK Kun , Liberto, Elizabeth Miller The College Offers the Catherine McCarthy, Claire McGuire: FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS Vincent N~arisi. Mary Porta, Matthew Ports, Margaret Mary Prend.ergast, KENNEY BROS. USUAL CLASSICAL COURSE Elsie Pipp, Leona Roppollo, Annie ..... - /~ Julia Skinner, Robert Taylor, Heler in the .~ Verrucchi.. and Frances Warner. Sash, Doors, Glass, Lime, ~~ ...... ~,~, ~ ~ Recital Given. Cement, Lath Pupils of the expression class-of Steel and Asphalt Roofing HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT St. Anne's Academy were presented OUR MOTTO: Monday night at" 8 o'clock at the FORT SMITH, ARK. For Terms and Information AddreSS school auditoMum in a program corn- posed of individual find group num-I ,, Rev. Rector, ,-- "Not the Largest But the Safest" bets, Ti0velties, specialties and musi-I i!![lllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll eaI acts. A special invitation was~ I Jl I _._ Illlllllilllll$1111111111]l$1;! ..... t tIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIHIIIIlilIIll = Subiaco, Arkansas OF PIIRPOSE--rAITHTO |[)E LS Compliments of Farmers National Have the Protection of E ...... And a careful consideration of the Customers' desires and best Bank a Monahan Memorial interests, are the foundation stones of real and lasting success in Above all a Memorial must be = ] any business. = Clarksville, Ark. ing. 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