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THE GUARDIAN, MAY 24, 1930 PAGE ,qEVEN Rt. Roy. Edward Burgert, O. S. B., Ph. D., Abbot of New Subiaco. Rev. Placidus Oechsle, O. S. B., Pastor, Altus, Ark. FT. SMITH from page 6) tt O'Shea Ken- ennedy, Antionette Lo- arbara-~Betty Jo Irber. rl Question---Kuper Mad- Girl, musical reading Itummell. a Man---Charles Myers, and James Lewis. the Baby--Charles Ann Davis, Wanda Russell, Cather-]Recital Is Given. ine Ann Grier, Betty Jane Edelman, The Benedictine Sisters of L.he St. Antoinette Level, Helen Irene Gain- Scholastica Academy, Benedictine ble and Alene Russell. Heights, presented a group of pupils Spring Blanche Derdyen . in recital Tuesday evening, May 20, Autumn--Mary Peters. at 8 o'clock at the new auditorium How the Girls Played School, play- in a program arranged in connection with the closing exercises of the school te rm. The following program was given: March, two pianos (Mendelssohn) Agnes Berghaus, Anna Mae, Slaughter, Sadie Foster, Helen Fox. Valse La Grace (Crawford~-- Brown. Katharine Zink. Helen Ruth Ucker, Hermina Elsken. Concerto, violin (Seitz)--- Lillian E. Moore. An Imminent Peril (reading) -- Emma James Moore. PaJe Moon (Logan)--Dorothy An- derson, Madeline Moore .at piano. Hopak (Moussorgsky) Margaret Spieler, Helen Juergens. The Benedictine Sisters of St. Scbolastica's Academy presented a group of pupils in recital on Wed- nesday evening, May 21 at g o'clock. Program lian E. Moore. Hungarian Dance (Brahms)~Hel- en Fox. The Tease (Huerter) -- Agnes Berghaus. Did You Expect Humming Birds (Reading)---Emma Jane Moore: In the Cathedral (Lemare)--~-Myr- tle Poag, Lillian E. Moore t FLAUBERT OBSERVANCE SYNCHRONOUS WITH CARTHAGE CONGRESS q Paris, May 5.---By a strange coin- cidence the Eucharistic Congress is being held at Carthage the same week that the fiftieth anniversary of the death of Gustave Flaubert is being commemorated in France. It is to the vivid imagination of Flau- bert that we owe the best modern conception of ancient Carthage. There is some discussion among the savants as to the absolute ac- curacy of F]aubert's detailed de- scription of Carthage in Salammbo, ,but no one questions his graphic por- trayal of life in this segment of antiquity. tt$11111111111111111111111111111Milillllilllll St. Edward's Mercy Hospital Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy FULLY STANDARDIZED Fort Smith, Arkansas ilillllllllll IIlillIIIilIIIIillIIIilIlIIlIIIIIIIlUll ~mml~ o.,,ll. O.mlm.O ~lll.- --. _ - Shields. Fantasy---Butterflies, Norma EuykendalL lsby, Sarah Lee Creek- Mary Regina A~- Triesch, Virginia es Peluso, Betsy When Will Turned Into a Boy-- Patricia Farrand. A Dreadful Mistake--Joan Flocks Our Visitor--Class of small girls. Doughnuttirtg Time, musical co~- . cert reading, class of boys. Fairies Lullaby, chorus, the girls Pianis$, Juanita Warren. Breslin Boiler & Iron Works Boilers, Smoke Stacks, Steel Tanks Ornamental Iron and Wire Work Iron and Chain Link Wire Fence Long Distance Phone 5536 Pl'll S- 10th Street Fort Smith, Ark. J. FRANK BEASLEY FOR State Treasurer for this office solely on my qualifications. Vote and influence will be deeply appreciated. "Build While You Live" Tom Daly's Monumental Works Established 1872 Sole ~istributors Montello Granite and Guardian Memorials Ave. Fort Smith, Ark. We Use the Sand Carved Process Keller Plumbing & Heating Co. I General Plumbing and Heating Water, Steam and Gas Fttlnl Tarantelle (Dennee) Eugenia i Dealers in All Kinds of Natural Riddle. I Gas Appliances When ,Love is~Done, voice (Mc-i Clean); Smilin' Thru (Penn3--Mary Kathle~n Tracy, Madeline Moore at the piano. Childhood (Reading)---Mary Jane Gearhart. Contra Dance (Beethoven)--Sadie Foster. Tarantelle (Piez0nka)---Ann~ Mae Slaughter. Venetian Love Song (Nevin) Helen Ruth Ucker. Butterfly (Lege)---Rose Eligabeth FORT SMITH, ARK. Ill Model Drug Co. Drugs, Chemicals and Prescriptions e At Your Service Since 1897 C. J. SHARP, Ph. G. ALTUS, ARK. EDELMANN ELECTRIC CO. "PROGRESSIVE ELECTRICIANS" Fixtures, Installation and Repair Work, Art and Her Sweetest Charm (Reading)----- Gift Articles, Greeting Cards Geneva Cannon. Prelude (Chopin)--Freda Hight, 0n the Lahe (Williams)--gtella --::2~;:~ Steinberger. ~ The Guitar, 2 pianos (Gaynor)-- Gertrude Schuster, Sadie Foster 1103 Garrison Avenue--Phone 3082 -- Trials of a Boy (Musical Reading~ . ---Sam Gearhart, rJ., Ethel Baker at FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS th~ piano. ...: t11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 ! IIIIIUlIIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiilIIIIIUlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUll ......................... ': -- [or j ' forPROSECUTING ATTORNEY" -- -- mmm,m CANDIDATE FOR PROMOTION __-= 1 Since Januaryfl, 1927, I have been deputy prosecuting attorney. arge majority oi my cases have been concluded successfully. I am years of age, ,married, and we have six children. I am a member of the Parent-Tedchers Association, and various fraternal orders. In seeking the office of prosecuting attorney I feel that I am prompted an ambition common to us all--the de,ire to improve and advance. If you are willing for me to have that opportt nity, I will evidence ,=:m my appreciation by conducting the office in such a manner the.* there hall be no occasion for you to regret having supported me. --'---- Respectfully __------ - CARL E. BAILEY -- _----__ ' m Spinning Song (Ellmenrichl -- Hungarian Polka, 2 pianos, 8 hands Moellers. Frances Gcarhart. (Alfordy) Lillian E. Moore, Eu- Auntie's Dress (Reading)--Betty ,_Rondos, No. 1, 2 and 3, 2 piafios, genia Riddle, Frcda Hight, Stella Ann Tully (Gurlitt)--Lillian E.Moore, Rose Steinberger. Menuet DeL'Arlesienne, 2 pianos Elizabeth Moellers. The Gay Little Bird (Weston)-- (Bizet) --- Mary Kathleen Tracy, The Story of a Song (musical Gertrude Baker. Madeline Moore reading) Myrtle Poag; Lfllian Maore Climbing (McLachlan) Mary Ce. Vivid Description of a -Midnight at the piano leste Denman. Murder (Reading)---Virginia Tully. Impromptu (Schubert) -- Ethell -_~ l In the Dark (Reading) Joseph The Dancing Doll (Poldini)--Lil- =.=,== Baker Ferrari, Whispering Voices (Rolsethl -- in the Month of May, 2 pi~mos, 8 Martha Jane Daves. hands (Behr) Anita Rooney, Edith One Fleeting Hour (voice) (Lee) Dodson,- Katherine Zink, Gertrude, --Stella Steinberger; Violin obligate Baker. by Lillian Moore; Madeline Moore atValse Petite (Ketterer) Mary piano, Jane Gearhart. Gondolieri, 2 pianos (Nevin)---Ag- nes Berghaus, Anna Mae Slaughter. Valse C Minor (Chopin)t-.Made- line Moore. To Spring (Grieg)--- Helen Ruth Ucker. Egeria (Kroeger) Agnes Berg- haus, "Home (musiial reading)--~irginia Tully, Lillian Moore at the piano. Mazurka, 2 pianos (Godard)---Eth- el Baker, Sadie Foster. Prelude C Minor (Czerwonky) -- Helen Juergens. Maytime (Brown)--Martha Jane Dares, Mary Jane Gearhart. Ro~ary (Nevin)--Louise Tully. Butterfly (Lavellee)-~Rose Eliza- beth Moellers. Canzone Amorosa, 2 piano.~ (Nev- in)---Louise Tully, Eugenia Riddle. Impromptu (Re~inhold) --. Sadie Foster. Sunbeams, voice trio (Salter). Kentucky Babe (Geibel)---Dorothy Anderson, Stella Steinberger, Helen 3"uergens; Madeline Moore at piano, l~--- [ Buena oNtte, 2 pialos (Nevin)---: ~_~__,~___~ Compliments of Little Rock, Ark.