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PAGE TWO Bishop Presents Diplomas to 67 Mt. St. Mary's Graduates Little Rock. -- His Excellency, Miss Virginia Jean Massa our Most Rev. Bishop presided Miss Sarah McLarty for the 37th consecutive year at Miss Katherine Elizabeth Miles Mr. St. Mary s commencement Miss Anna Theresa Muller exercises last night, and awarded Miss Lee Anna Nagel diplomas to the 67 graduates. Miss Catherine Janet O'Brien The exercises opened with the Miss Cecelia Marie Petrus graduates' march, played by Mt. Miss Frances Marie Pierpaoli St. Mary's orchestra. Dressed in Miss Madeline Mary Pierpaoli long white formals and carrying arm bouquets of American Beauty roses the graduates proceeded down the side aisles, from the back of the auditorium, to the stage. The program included "The Wind's in the South," by Scott, sung by the Glee Club; the salu- tatory address by Miss Mary Ar- line Powell; "O Cor Amoris Vic- tima," Lambilotte, sung by the Glee Club, with canto obbligato by Miss VIary Dorothea Fahrion and Miss Beatrice Mattingly; class essay by Miss Elizabeth Cas- sinelli; violin solo, "Ctprice Vien- nots," Kreisler, hy Miss Bille Louise McCall; "Miserere" from "I1 Trovatore," by Verdi, sung by the Glee Club with Miss Dorotl>y Dale, Miss Margaret Ann Ca- hanin, Miss Johnnie Lee Hampel, and Miss Ann Webber, soloists; valedictory by Miss Mildred Har- rison. Very Rev. Msgr. T. L. Keany, academy chaplain, /assisted. the Most Rev. Bishop in awarding diplomas to: Miss Helen Jayne Barfs Miss Rose Marie Bernardi Miss Erma Elizabeth Cassinelli Miss Mary Christina Cenac Miss Betty Ann Chambers Miss Mary Jo Carter Miss Dolores Madelyn Cassi- nellt Miss Beatrice Ellen DeS,lvo Miss Teddy Gene Dodson Miss Rosemary Downing Miss Peggy Jane Dunn Miss Miriam Echols Miss Margherite Friend Miss Rita Louise Gerke Miss Patricia Genevieve Gisbon Miss Elizabeth Louise Gott- pone: Miss Jean Carolyn Grothjan Miss Mary Ann Guides Miss Martha June Haden Miss Evelyn Elizabeth Halliwell Miss Virginia Frances Hars Miss Mildred Estelle Harrison Miss Charlus Mae Henderson Miss Merle McGee Hollingshead Miss Dorothy Marie Hoyt Miss Ruth Emily Hursf Miss Mary Gertrude Janesko Miss Rita Louise Krallman Miss Leona Carolyn Kresse Miss Mary Mathilda Lewis Miss Elsi Ann Lynch Mis Nancy Louise Macklem Miss Patricia Marie Mahoney Miss Pollyanna Edith Pollick Miss Mary Arline Powell Miss Marcella Irene Pur,is Miss Ruth Virginia Rauch Miss Mary Joe Redmond Miss Helen Johanna Reiter Miss Beatrice Elizabeth Renda Miss Billie Jean Scott Miss Betty Jayne Shephard Miss Peggy Louise Shields Miss Emily Marie Siebold Miss Elaine Elizabeth Stand- ridgo Miss Gertrude Ann Stuart Miss Carlene Throop Miss Barbara Treadway Miss Mary Ellen Ucker Miss Peggy Van Lear Miss Margaret Alice Ward Miss Paula Rose Wears Miss Rita Jeanne Weny Miss Betty Lee White Miss Lynda Margaret Williams Miss Sue Vaughene Yates Miss Irene Frances Zaloudek Miss Mary Elizabeth Zanone Present Play For Sophomores Red Cross Benefit Sbiado. The Subiaeo Aca- demy sophomore class presented at the school gym Sunday evening a comedy, "Betty, Beware." It was a benefit show for the purchase of war bonds. Carol Sprlngle, Curtis Breeden, and O. L Sch- feeder had lead roles, with W. G. Galligan directing. The band and glee club lent their services to the benefit engagement. Class officers have promoted the raising of more than $200.00 for the Junior Red Cross in recent weeks, under inspiring leadership of the Rev. George Strassner. Holy Father Sends Gift To Internees On Isle Of Man London. (E)--The Holy Father has sent $2,500 to the governor of the Isle of Man. the Earl of Granville. for the 'benefit of the internees, irrespective of race and religion. The money, offered as an Easter gift, was handed to the Governor by the Apostolic Dele- gate, the Most Rev. William God- frey. LEGION OF DECENCY A moral estimate of current entertainment feature motion pictures prepared under the direction of the New York Archdiocese Council of the Legion of Decency with the co-operalion of the Motion Picture Department of the International Fed- eration of Catholic Alumnae. Forever and a Day Immortal Sergeant, The REVIEWED THIS WEEK Power O the Press Two Fisted Justice CLASS A---Section IUnobjectlonable for General Patronage PREVIOUSLY REVIEWED Air Raid Wardens. The Assignment in Brittany At Dawn We Dte Billy the Kid in the Renegade Black Raven, The Blocked Trail, The Bombardier Border Buckaroos Cowboy Commandos Calling Wild Bill Ellott Border Patrol Carson City Cyclone Days o Old Cheyenne Death Rides The Plains Desert Victory Desperadoes, The Enemy Agent Eternal Gift. The Fighting Buckaroo Fall In False Faces Frontier Fury Gentle Gangster. A Ghost Rider Gildersleeve's Bad Day Glory of Faith, The Hatrtgan's Ice-Capades It Ain't Hay It's A Great Life Kid Rides Again,' The Law of the Northwest Land of Hunted Men Let's Have' Fun Man from Thunder River Man Trap, The My Friend Flicks . Mrs. Miniver Monaster Night Plane fro'm Chufig- king One Dangerous Night One of Our Aircraft Is Missing Overland Stage Coach Purple V, The Perpetual Sacrifice, The Pride of the Blue Grass (formerLy entitl'ed "Gantry the Great") Ghost and The Guest. The Queen of Destiny Hoppy Serves A Writ (formerly entitled "Sixty High Explosive Glorious Years") Reville with Beverly Ridin' DoWn the Canyon Riders of the Rio Grandc Saludos Amigos Santa Fe Scouts Shantytown Sherlock Holmes in Washington Somewhere in France Spitfire Stage Coach Buckaroo Stranger in Town Sued for Libel Sundown Kid Swing our Partner Tennessee Johnson Texas to Bataan Trail Riders U.-Boat 29 Underground Agent War Against Mrs. Hadley, The West of Texas Western Cyclone Wih] Horse Rustlers Pride of the Yankees, The Wild Horse Stampede World at War Yonngest Profession. The CLASS ASectlon llUnoblectionable for Adults REVIEWED THIS WEEK Crystal Ball, The Margin for Error Dawn on the Great Divlde Powers Girl Above Suspicion Alibi After Midnight with Boston Blacktea Bataan Beyond the Blue Horizon Busses Roar City Without Men China Crash Dive Criminal InvestigatOr Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case Edge of Darkness Five Grave to Cairo Silent Witness They Got Me Covered PREVIOUSLY REVIEWED I Escaped fro'n the Gestapo I Walked With A Zombie Isle of Forgotten Sins." (now "Prisoner of Ja- pan") Isle of Missing Men Jitterbugs Journey for Margaret lungle Siren, Lady From Chungking Preseting Lily Mars Prison Girls (also entitled "Gallant Lady") Prisoner of Japan (formerly "Isle of For- gotten Sins") Queen of Broadway Ravaged Earth Redhead from Manhattan Reunion Rio Last Will of Dr. Mabuse Salute for Three Leopard Man, The Stand By for Action Midnight Taxi Mister Mission to Moscow This Land is Mine Fralkenstein Meets the - Moon ia Down, The Wolf.Man Good-Morning Judge Girls in Chains Hello, Frisco, Hello Hitler-Dead or Alive All by Myself Boys from IPed, ingrad Dubarry Was g Lady Terror House Mr. Lucky Tonight We Raid Calais Murder in Times SquaTs Undying Monster, The Next of Kin," 'Th Voice in the Night, The Ox-Bow Incident, The X Marks the Spot Petticoat Larceny Young Mr. Pitt Prelude to War CLASs B--Objectionable in Part' REVIEWED THIS,WEEK White Savage More The Merrter The Hangmen Also Die . A Man and His Wife Bedtime StorF Captive Wild Woman Dust to Dust Esaort Girl Flight for Freedom 40.000 Horsemen PREVIOUSLY REVIEWED Heart o' Paris Sunset Murder Case I'll Sell My Life That Uncertain Feelinir KIIou . This Thing Called Love MummJs Tomb, The Three Girls About Town Passion Island Time In the Sun (La Isla de La Posies) Traitor Within. The (Mexican) Virgin Bride, '/'ha CONDEMNED Lady of Burlesque THE GUARDIAN, MAY 28, 1943 St. Mary's Honor Graduates Honor-graduates of Mt. St. Mary's Academy who were commence- ment speakers at graduation exercises Thursday night were: Top, left, Miss Mildred Harrison, daughter of Mr. aand Mrs. M. J. Harrison, valedictorian; Miss Mary Arline Powell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Powell, salutatorian; bottom, left, Miss Eliza- beth Cassinel!i, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Cassinelli, class essayist; and Miss Elaine Standridge, daughter of Mrs. Walter Standridge, who presented the graduates' plea for admission into the Alumnae Association of Mt. St. Mary's, at the alumnae ban- quet and reception at the academy, last Sunday. 4e _ . o , ] Bish Sister Madelein00., op s Sister, Visitor In Little l Rock This Week " Little Rock. Sister M. Mad- ter the war, at which time she will immediately return to France to eleine of the Sisters of Charity, sister of the Most Reverend Bish- op, was the guest of His Excel- lency this week. The Guardian has carried sev- eral remarkable stories on Sister Madeleine, among which was an 'account of her flight from Europe before the fall of France, her pub- lic direction of air raid precau- tions on the .West Coast during the earlier and more threatening periods of the war. She is agam visiting her distinguished brother, the Most Reverend Bishop, and a sister, Miss Margaret Morris. It is the first time in many years that His Excellency has had his two sisters together with him. Accompanying Sister Madeleine from St. Louis, is Sister Mary Margaret, Superior of the St. Vin- cent Sanitarium m St, Louis. While in jLittle Rock, they are staying with the Sisters ai St. Vincet's Infirmary. Sister Madeleine left Thursday for St. Louis. From there she will go to Emmetsburn. Maryland, where she will remain unti! af- zepresent the American branch of the Sisters of Charity there. Since her escape from France by way of Lisbon, Portugal in July, 1940, Sister Madeleine has spent most of her time in the Western Province of the Sisters of Charity. The Mother house of this province is in St. Louis, and the province extends from there to the West Coast. There are 76 houses of different communities of the Sisters of Charity in the Western Province, while the East- ern Province has 94 communities. Sister Madeleine belongs to both Provinces, which have a com- bined number of 2,300 religious, and represents both provinces in France. Sister Madeleine has been the American Secretary at the Mother House of the Sisters of Charity at Paris, France, for 11 years prmr to the war. This is her second visit to Little Rock, the first visit following her return to this coun- try in the summer of 1940. Knights of Columbus State (0undl News By J P. Reynolds How did your council function during tim last twelve months? Was it activG alert and progressive, and if so, can you personally feel proud for hawng contributed your share towards its success? Or did it just exist and struggle along for its very life, and were you partly responsible for its irmctive and apathetic condition? Well, we have come to a time in the year when the remedy should be applied, but first we shocdd know what remedy to apply and where to apply it. Did your council lack leadership, was the year's work planned, was a good example set by the if!leers that might inspire the membership to full cooperation with the activities outlined by the committees? If not, you should at least know where to apply the remedy, and the election night is the opportune time. On the other hand, did you pay your dues and assessments on time. attend meet- ings, take part in discussions, and fall in line with the conclu- sions of the majority, willingly serve on committees, and feel protid and glad that you were a Knight. Did you try to interest others in the order and its op- portunities? If you did not, then you should know best where to apply the remedy. If you do de- cide some reforming is necessary and would be beneficial to your council, be sure to analyze care- fully the Whole situation to see whether it's you, or the others that need releasing, Your Grand Kight is the chief executive and directing spirit of your council. The office.is one of high trust with grave moral and material responsibilities. He should have ability to promote and sustain united action in charity and fraternity, and be ever ac- tive in the cause of God, our Holy Religion, and the order. Make that thought the stand- ard of your selection and try to feel that your help and continued support is necessary for even the strongest of men to reach the full- ness of success. THIRD DEGREE COUNCILS NEWS ACTIVITIES IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS Council 812 The Most Reverend Auxiliary Bishop Albert L. Fletcher, hon- ored members of Council No. 812, with his attendance at their An. nual Communion Breakfast, held at St. Andrew's Cathedral Hall, last Sunday morning, May 25th., and also addressed the assembled Knights, who turned out in good numbers. Very Reverend Msgr. James E. O'ConnelL State Chaplain Knights of Columbus, as well as Chaplain of Council No. 812 also spoke at the breakfast. Honor- able Frhnk 'Franey of Pine Bluff, Past State Deputy made the prin- cipal addres and outlined some points that should be adopted at the coming Peace conference in order that a lasting peace will be assured, and 'an assurance be giv- en to the youth of today that they/ will not be called upon in some 20 to 25 years to enter into an- other and even greater world con- flict. T. J. Arrld chairman of the Catholic Activities Committee of the Council thanked all present for their attendance in such a Council I Re:plrtlP:ndSieec?ourc'l'arO;tBo  ' !  i !!:' t iii !!:!i!' FRtB: r:. l J. J. Duerr, fat vice-president, , Charleston Mrs Mary Burke, 2nd vlce-president, Pocahontas Victor Kordsmeier, 3rd vice-president, Morrilton M. H. Edelman, Secretary of Conway Branch No. 652 reports that seven new Juvenile members were received into their Branch at their last meeting. He also re- ports the death of Brother Michael A. O'Brien, who had been a mem- ber of the branch for 42 years. In the resolutioD adopted by' the Branch on the decease of Brother O'Brien the Branch extends its condolence to the bereaved family. Sergeant Edward Hepp, son of Albert Hepp, Secretary of St. Ed- ward's Branch No. 79 for many years, has returned to his post in the Army Air Force Training Detachment at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cam- bridge, after a visit here with his parents and sisters. Thee. J. Hiegel of Conway Branch, waas elected Senior Trustee of the Board of Supreme Officers, C.K. of A., at the Trien- niel National Convention held last week at Houston, Texas. S. J. Lynch, member of North Little Rock Branch and President of the North Little Rock Lions Club, attended the Lions State Convention at E1 Dorado, Monday and Tuesday. Peter P. Hiegel, secretary of Conway Branch No. 994, reports that the last regular meeting on May 9th., the death of Brother Charles Simon was reported and prayers offered up for the repos of his soul and' a resolution of sympathy was adopted. Thee J. Hiegel chairman of the Good Fri- day Closing Committee, reported that non-Catholics cooperated excellently in the Good Friday Closing movement. The mayor of Conway issued a proclamation to close all officers and stores from 12 o'clock noon to 3:00 p.m. All Public Schools were closed the en- tire day of Good Friday. Mr. Heigel also reports that the Branch purchased another $100 War Bond. William Drilling former Secre- tary of Morrilton Branch No. 993, is visiting his mother and sisters in Morrilton and Little Rock. He is on furlough from Camp Howze, Gainesvi]le, Texas, where is has been stationed since his entry in the army last December, large number. Grand Knight John R. Helbron acted as Toast- master of the occasion in his usual congenial manner. DR. ANNIE M. BREMYER  Chiropractor Pathometrlc Precision Diagnosis It r@agl ,ApeI Oa[;e Nares I0 E Jth I |11 BILL SCHMIDT AUTO-PARTS & TIRE CO. * PARTS FOR ALL CARS * Vulcanizing - Retreading 308-10 Towson Ave. Dial 4147 Fort Smith, Ark i Appropriate Medals No. IOl.Beautifui Sterling Silver combination Scapular and St. Se- bastlan medal inscribed "patron of athletes pray for us," On hack, "St. Sehastian. martyr, athlete, soldier, n ' On neat card. Each ......... $2.50', No. 90--Untarnished mlal and chaln, .'inscribed on face of medal Is, "Mary Our Mother, protect ,our Boys." St. Christopher medal on back. Each ................. 60 No. 904--terling Silver, medal and chain, same as No. 90. In attrac- tive h "For Gad and America." Each ........................... $2,80 The Guardian Grlholic Editors Denounce Al00,l:acks On Church '--'" " ' " s matte plac:blecdIn('igDrg:i mg ltetc)?oti gnSrclf baotaYcere an the Catholic Press Association of the United States deno attacks upon religion, "especially at this critical moment," manded that all organs of opinion in this country, secular ious, "respect the sincerity of our efforts to assist the G and the nation in pre'sent emer- gency."  s The action came as the Associa- /00nnly00r00r tion brought to close its Thirty- a-,ssssvvsws third Annual Convention held  hero urr,.llan The Most Rev. John F. Nell, .%etTtv=8 Bishop oi Fort Wayne and a i charter member of the C.P.A., called upon the editors to "help wake up our people" to the work :of the National Organization for Decent Literature, the rising tide of juvenile delinquency and other present day concerns. "Having aroused them," he added, "they may help to awaken those out- side the faith to the dangers that surround us." A. J. Wry, General Manager of the Catholic Press Union, Cleve- land, was re-elected President of the Association. Other officers re-elected are: i The Very John J. Considene, M.M., Editor of The Field Afar, Mary- knoll, Vice-President; the Rev. J. Fred Kriebs, Editor of The Wit- ness, Dubuque, Secretary; Charles S. Murphy, Business Manager, of The Catholic Review, Baltimore, Treasurer; the Rev. Daniel J. Kelly, Editor of The Catholic Week, Birmingham, Director of the Newspaper Section; the Rev. Hyacinth Blocker, O.F.M., Editor of The St. Anthony Messenger, Cincinnati, Director of the Mag- azine Section, and Prof. J. L. O'Sullivan, Dean, Marquette Uni- versity School of Journalism, Mil- waukee, Director of the School Press Section. Speaking again at luncheon session, Bishop Cannon treated of "sophistic criticism" of the Ca- tholic Press. He called upon the delegates to remember that the Catholic Press is substantially dif- ferent from the secular press and said they must not be concerned by criticism in which Catholic papers are said to have failed be- cause they have not achieved the circulation of secular publica- tions." The Catholic Press is an in- tegral of the Kingdom of God .on Earth," Bishop Cannon declared'. "Its only purpose is the propaga- tion of our Holy Faith. The Ca- tholic Press, we must remember is an instrument in the hand of the Magisterium of the Church the Catholic HierarchY,. We must consider our Catholic Press as a part of the whole Catholic Church, and when we do, we get a proper perspective of its merits, its achievements, its success." Fentress Mortuary ' " -"V " i!i;::::;!ii i!i?"i. .............. i*:;iii:! ....... ::: ....... ii!ili00: The Only Establishment in Western &rkansas deslgoed, built and dedi- cated exclusively for Funeral Sn-v. ces. PHONE 6178 Linen North Little Roek Richard J. McCauley, St. Anne's Parish, was with a Linen Shower on castes of the llth his Ordination tO the at the home of Mr. James Wellman, on ing, May 21st. Father was the recipient of linen gifts from his St. Anne's Parish was in 1909 when a few tended Mass at the new seph's Orphanage and by pastors who were at time chaplains to the the. Orphanage. not until 1936, under Cauley, the first "full tor, that the parish three acres of land and ing which was to be into the present beautiful Much of the work of building into a church by the parishioners and on Sunday, 1938, His Excellency, Reverend Bishop, new St.'Anne's Church. ne's is situated three of Levy on the Remount Hegarty Drug 4th and Main Phone 9111 Little Rock, Vnu Offer No. 5S--Very nice color bead on oxidized chaim tractive cross, in pink, | blue and iavendar. 'slovacia). 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