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' THE GUARDIAN, MAY 28, 1943 PAGE THREE 9NAL and SOCIAL t A L LANDI00Ms STORIES or Send Social Items to The Guardian "31 SUBMITTED MUST BE 309 West Second St., Phone 5486, by [ Tuesday. [ SIGNED @ULLIVAN-MICEK of Miss Amelia Micek, daughter of Mr. Andrew M. Micek, and J. Cullivan, son of Mr. Patrick J. Cullivan of Kan., took place at 9 May 20, at St. church in North with the bride's the Rev. Adam A. Micek, in the presence of re- and friends. was decorated with and lighted white seven-branched candela- children's choir sang direction of Sister M. wore a wedding Imported Swiss organza with a veil of illusion. a white prancer book With a white orchid with !treamers. Pont Micek was her sis- attendant. She wore an model with insets of lace forming the yoke. was of shaste daisies. Smiadrowsky of Wil- Del., served the bride- best man. the ceremony a wed- was held at the the bride's Darents. I short wedding trip, Lieu- and Mrs. Cullivan will be in Water Valley, Miss., Cullivan is sta- ,ioncd at Camp McCain. For traveling, Mrs. Cullivan wore a brown faille dressmaker suit with a lace jabot and brown and white accessories. She pinned an orchid on her shoulder. Mr. and Mrs. John Waggoner, Joe Waggoner and Mrs. Boyd Barker have returned from Waco, Texas, where they were present for the graduation of Lt. W. E. Waggoner. Lt. Waggoner return- ed to Little Rock to spend a 10 day furlough with his people. He will report for duty at Tucson, Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bentz, Sr., announce the engagement and ap- proaching marriage of their only daughter, Catherine, to Harold Dale Schutter, son 'of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Schutter, also of this i city. The bride elect is a grad- uate of Mt. St. Mary's Academy and St. Vincent's Training School of Nurses. Mr. Schutter, form- erly of Kansas, is employed at the Arkansas Foundry Co. The mar- riage will he solemnized the mid- dle part of June. Camp Subiaco, at Sublaco Aca- demy, for Boys aged 9 to * 15 in- clusive. Two weeks, staxting July 11. May enroll for One or Two Weeks. Number Strictly Limited. Parents should inquire now. Ad- dress: The Rev. Camp Director, Subiaco, Ark. T_RANG E BUT TRUJI00 Little-Known Foct, [or Cathol|$ ], MURRAY .px.*, ,a. a. . hnm 00WER. Fr v/G# -- WHICH oF HOUCT 1'0D1 "mE 'VI! CENTURV ts DOWN. 00jo.. STEPHEN III OBITUARY LOUIS BARTSCH Louis Bartsch, 78 retired farmer of Su- l at his home Tuesday lay 18, following a long services were St. Benedict's church, morning at 9 o'clock, Anthony Schroeder, officiating. roll bearers were Joe ;r., John Gorrell, Sr., reedy, George Huber, and William was born in Wash- muri, and moved to his parents when he of age. He was an of St. Benedict's of the St. Benedict ill health forced him years ago. relatives are five and George, connected Grocery Co., ; Frank, manager of Barber Supply Store Conrad, U. S. Army Atlantic City, New Fred, farmer of Su- Rose, Ger- of Los Angeles, md Ida Marie and dace; three brothers, Paris; Martin of and Joe of Prescott, MeMAKIN "--Lawrence M. Me- Years of age, well of Immaculate parish, Fort Smith in a Fort a week's ill- waas Secretary of Company, and Gas Company, and m commercial and lie had been in 1919, having nest of Leigh captain dur- by his wife, the Carter, a ary Joe MeMakin, Mrs, Nick Georger / Mrs. Joe Beck Chairman USO.NCCS Club Little Rock.  Mrs. Joe Beck will serve as chairman of the Club Hospitality Committee of the USO-NCCS Club at 112 East 7th Street on Sunday, May 30th. Assisting Mrs. Beck on. her committee will be the following ladies: Mrs. Arthur Alexander Mrs. A. A. Oberle, Mrs. J. L. Oberle, Mrs. Wm. Booth, Mrs. W. P. Gilmore, Mrs. Gee. Porbeck Mrs. H. H. Mooney, Mrs. J. J. Murtagh and Mrs. Conrad Elsken. Coffee and rolls will be served to the men in the Armed Forces in the morning and ham sand- wiches and coffee will be the f@ature of the afternoon refresh- ment hour beginning around 4 o'clock. All service men are wel- come. Mothers' Club i Completes Picnic Plans Little Rock.--At the final meet- ng of St. Andrews Mother's Club, plans were completed for the school ,picnic to be held May 27th at Willow Springs. After the meeting was opened by the Rt. Bey. Msgr. F. A. Al- len with a prayer, the presldent, Mrs. W. C. Bray, Jr., read a brief report of the year's work. After the .picnic expenses are paid, a balance of approximately $198.00 will be left in the treas- ury. Mrs. Bray thanked the school aeulty and the members for their hearty cooperation during this most successful year of the Moth- ers' Club. Great Falls, Mont., Miss Kathleen McMakin, Minneapolis, Minn., and Mrs. Jack Cooper, Sheldon, Iowa; a brother George McMakin with the Royal Air force in South Africa. Funeral services were conduct- ed at the Church of the Imma- culate Conception, Tuesday morn- ing, with the Rev. Paul F. Des- mend, pastor, officiating. Mena Students Crown May Queen Mona, Ark.--The children taking part in the May Day celebration at St. Agnes' Church, Mona, Arkansas are: First row, Erika Blattel, who did the crowning of the Blessed Virgin; second row, Betty Jordan and Dorothy Ryan; third row, Eileen Ryan and Marie Martin. Last row, Jean McKinnon. The ceremony closed with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacra- ment by the Rt. Roy. Msgr. A. P. GalIagher, V. F. Greater Little Rock Activities St. 'Andrew's Cathedral Sunday will be the fifth Sun: day after Easter. Masses at the Cathedral will be at 6, 7, 9, 1( and 11 o'clock. Masses at Holy Souls Chapel will be at 7:30 and 9 o'clock. Masses during the week at the Cathedral will be at 7 and 8 o'clock. Novena in Honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal followed by Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament will be held Sunday night beginning at 7:45 o'clock. Novena in honor of St. Theresa, The Little Flower, on Wednesday morning following th 7 and 8 o'clock Masses. Thursday will be the Feast of the Ascension, a Holy Day of Ob- ligation. Masses at the Cathedral will be at 6, 7, 8, 9:30 'and 12:05. Confessions will be heard on Wed- nesday from 4 to 6, and from 7:30 to 8:30 in preparation for Ascen- sion Thursday, and for first Fri- day. , Friday will be the first Friday of the month. Masses will be at 6, 7 and 8 oclock. The regular "Inquiry Class" will be held at the Cathedral Rectory, 802 Center St., Tuesday evening at 7:45, or any other night during the week (except Wednesday or i Saturday nights) by appointment. Thursday night the Catholic Convert League will meet at 8:00 p.m., at the Cathedral Parish Hall. The Rev. B. F. McDevitt, director, will continue his talks. The regular weekly Bingo will he held at the Cathedral Parish Hall, 9th & Louisiana Sts., Wed- nesday night beginning sharply at 8:15 p.m. Saint Edward's Church Sunday services: Masss, 5:30, 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Sermon: "The Effects of Confirmation". Evening devotions, Novena of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Bene- diction of the Blessed Sacrament at 7:30 p.m. Weekday services: Daily Mas- ses, 6:00 and 7:00 a.m. Rogation Days: The three last days before the Ascension of Our Lord are called Rogation Days, that is spec- ial days of prayer and petition. Special prayers will be added to. the regular services on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday May devotions, daily at 7:30 p.m. Noyena of Our Lady of Per- petual Help, Tuesday night at 7:30. The Ascension of Our Lord, Thursday, is a holyday of obliga tion for Catholics. Masses: 5:30 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Sermon on the Ascension. , Friday is the "First Friday." High Mass at 7:00 a.m. Sacred Heart devotions and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament, 7:30 p.m. Exposition of' the Blessed Sacrament all day Friday. Soelal: The congregation and friends will be entertained at bingo, Tuesday night at 8:15, by Circle No. 6. This Circle will be in charge of all social activities in June and is composed of the fol- lowing members. J. C. Hanson, Chairman, Leo Ambort, Emil Benetz, Tony Binz, Win. Binz, John Breyel, Katie Cash, Mrs. Cumnock, Josephine DeSalvo, Mrs. Maggie Durst, George DuVal, Mrs. A. Engel- berger, Henry Fredrick, ,mne Fuchs, Harold Grobmyer, Mrs. E. Hampel, J. J. Helbron, Mrs. A. Ilgner, Albert Isenman, Hans Keller, Joan Kemper, Frank Korsegi, Ben Myer, M. C. O'Brien, Mrs. Ida Pass and Pauline, Mrs. J. Powe]l, Richard Sehappl, Jos. Renschen, Christine Rinke, Win. Rohlman, Mrs. T. Snyder, John Snyder, Aloys Sarna, Mrs. B.. Swift, Mrs. B. Thompson, Joe Walter, Henry Yager. Good Counsel Novena for Peace and Victory will be held this Sunday after- noon at five o'clock, followed by Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Novena in honor of St. An- thony is held every Tuesday morn- ing after all Masses. Novena of the Little Flower and The Blessed Sacrament is held every Friday night at 7:30 . Bingo tonight for the Building Fund will he in charge of the St. Anthony Sodality, with activ- ities beginning at 8:15. Beginning Monday morning May 31st, weekday Masess at Good Counsel will be at 6:30, 7, and 7:30. Next Friday is the First Friday of the morRh. Masses at 6:30, 7, 7:30. Confessions Thursday af- ternoon and evening. Thursday is the Feast of the Ascension of our Lord into Heaven. Masses at 6, 7:30 and 9. Confession before all Masses on Thursday morning. The Altar Society will meet Friday afternoon at 2 at the home of Mrs. R. C. Harville, Mabel- vale. Those wishing transporta- tion will meet at the Rectory at 1:30. St. Patrick's Church North Little Rock Masses Sunday at 7, 9 and 11 o'clock. May Devotions and Novena for Victory at 3 o'clock Sunday after- noon, concluding with Benedic- tion of the Most Blessed Sacra- ment. Weekly social in the hall Mon- day evening at 8 o'clock, sponsor- ed by the Holy Name Society, D. H. Frame, chairman, assisted by other members of the May com- mittee. Novena for Vocations will con- clude Monday. Prayers for the Novena are said following the daily Masses. The Altar Society will met in The Most Beautiful Sick-Call Crucifix Made Plain Highly Polished Walnut Sick- Call Crucifix, with Burnished Metal Decorations. ! 5 inches In Length No. OIBG  Walnut Sick-Call Crucifix, Gold BrOnze corpup 'and metal decorl. tions in Sateen lined Gift Bo, at ........................... $.o0 No. 915S -- Same M above only eorpu# and metal decoratJone finlehed fn Old Silver ._. 87,00 (Add 2Sc for postage and packlns) Order from The Guardian 809 / W. 2nd., Little Rock, Ark. Holy Rosary Graduation, Stuttgart, Sun. Stuttgart, May 27.--Graduation exercises were held at Holy Rosary school Sunday night with eight students receiving their diplomas. The program, held in the school auditorium, opened with the processional 1Mayed by Mrs. J. E. Grdner, who had clarge of musical numbers. The salutatory address was de- livered by C. D. Davis and Mil- ion Oliver recited the class poem. A solo number, "Trees," was sung by Joe Ann Foti after which the following talks were given: Clas Colors, Rudolph Papan; Ad- vice to the Class, Cecil Erstine; the Class Picture, Walter Straba- la; Class History, Wanda L. Rob- ertson; Class Prophecies, Rose Mary Wittenauer. The valedictory address was given by Jo Ann Foti and the program closed with the class song and distribution of diplomas by" the pastor, the Rev. J. G. Ev- ans. In his address to the gradu- ates, Father Evans thanked the Sisters of Holy Rosary school for their untiring efforts in behalf of the pupils in their charge and the splendid training given. He com- plimented the student body, es- pecially the graduates, for their work and the parents for their cooperation with the Sisters. The class presented the school with a gift of $17.50 to be applied on the debt. The amount was raised at the annual senior play which was presented May 18 at the school auditorium. The three act comedy, "Uncle Ed's Inherit- ance" was written and directed by Joe Ann Foti. The cast was as follows: Uncle Ed, Walter Strabala; his nephews Thomasa, Marion and John Bern- ard Barkley, Charles Davis, Ru- dolph Papan,' Milton Oliver and Cecil Erstine; his nieces, Faith Harriet and Carolyn Cramer, Rose Mary Wittenaur, Wanda Lee Ro- bertson and Joe Ann Foti. Mrs. J. E. Gardner had charge of the musical numbers. Ushers Billy Dick Conrey and Th.omas Stringer. Plays Presented By St. Andrew's." School, May 25 Little Rock. --The pupils of St. Andrew's School presented a group of hree plays at the Parish Hall Tuesday night, May 25. The "cast of 'Rosalie' consisted of the following: Tommy Heifer- man, Ann Barre, Carrel Ann Bray, Leland Jones, Carolyn Keatts, Mona Ann Emmerling, Jimmy Broderick, Johnny Prince, Larry Johnston, and Tommy Donahue. Girls and boys of the 1st and 2nd grades took the part of court ladies, fairies, and grum- ble bees. 'A Rose Dream' consisted of the following: Ann Robinson, Jimmy Barre', Rose M. Battisto, Ann Wrape, Jerry Fianigan, Janet Lee Jones, Jerry Masscry, Loretta Wilkiewicz, Sarita Noble, Jean Rita Haya, Jacquelyn Young- blood, Deborah Ebbing, Mary Frances Heinze, Yvorne Mathews Marion Wise, Thelma Wise, Joan Sylor, Betsy Weber, Billy B. Beck, Beverly Balch and Helen Krall- man. Those taking part in 'Inn of the Golden Cheese' were: Julia Krall- man, Charles Dea'rasaugh, Jack Savary, Hilda Massery, Rose Marie Stuart, Mildred Patricia Hain, Otelia Drew, Anna Louise Lock, Bernard Heinze, Theresa Cia, James P. Browning, Augustine Hess, Pat Doyle, John Craighead, Nicholas Kirchner, Helen Booth, Hugh Chambers, Dick Watkins, and students of the 6th and 7th grades. the hall, Thursday afternoon,' June 3 at 3 o'clock. Prayers in honor of the Sacred Heart will be said following the daily Masses during the month of June. Sick Call Crucifix Sick Call Set In Crucifix form to serve a double purpose. Made to ha on the wall or to be taken down and used at the bedside when the priest calls to attend the sick. Candles, llnenflner towels and complete instructions In preparation for visit of the priest enclosed in hollowed body of cross. No. 256 Made of dark flnlehed walnut to sell for .................. $2,25 / (0mmen(ement, St. Anne's To Be Held Mon. Evening, May 31 Fort Smith.- Commencement Hough, Mrs. Mary Boyd Mock, exercises for the students of St. Anne's Academy will be held Monday evening, May 31, in the Immaculate Conception School Auditorium. Chaplain Emmet P. Crane, Major, Camp Cha:ffee, is to be the Commencement speaker. Diplomas and awards will be con- ferred on the members of the graduating class by Rev. Paul F. Desmond, Pastor of the Imma- culate Conception Church. Preliminary events incident to the closing of school started Mon- day evening, May i7, with the presentation of the senior play, "She's a Soldier's Sweetheart," a three- act comedy. The Junior- Senior banquet and Prom took place Wednesday evening, May 19, on the Roof Garden of the Im- maculate Conception School. Bob Bullington acted as toastmaster at the banquet, and Rev. Paul F. Desmond was the principal speak- e?. Reception for the graduates in to St. Anne's Alumni Association was held Sunday afternoon at the Convent Parlors. Mrs. Ber- nice Clinton Hamm, President, of- ficiated at the reception, which was followed by a banquet at the Goldman Hotel. Miss Patricia Farnand, using "Service" as her theme, acted as toastmistress fo, the banquet. The principle speak- er for this occasion was Rev. J. G. Laughlin, Pastor of Chris| King Church, who toasted the Sisters at St. Anne's. Other toasts were given by Alice Kathryn Concetta Narisi, Ethel Marie Barry, Jack Derdeyn, and Roy Upchurch, 3r. Musical numbers for the banquet were "Golden Days" a vocal solo by Miss Jose- phine Brun, with Mrs. Kathleen Kerwin Madden at the piano. En- semble singing of "Anchors Aweigh," The Army Air Corps Song," and "God Bless America". concluded the program. Father Desmond will deliver the Baccalaureate sermon for the graduates Sunday morning, May 30, at the Immaculate Conception Church. After Mass the speaker and the graduates will be guests of the Sisters of Mercy for break- fast in the dining room of St. An- ne's Convent. Honor students of the class are Valedictorian, Betty Lu Etzkorn, Salutation, Betsye Ann Price, and class Essayist, Dorris Kin- cannon. Other members of the class are Walter Bridgman, who has already entered the service, Virginia Brown, Bob Bullington, Mary Elizabeth Caldwell, Irene Caton, Milton Crawley, John De- Lagrange, Edwin Edelmann, Don- ald Falvey, Bill Degen, Dorothy Flusche, Edward Gross, Helen Hainbach, Jeanne Hardenstein , Bernadine Hindman, Betty Hu- benthal, Jeanne Kane, Dorothy Leding, Anthony Limberg, Ann Luckinbill, Keith Parrett, Charles Porter, Nobert Smith, Bertha Thompson, Roy Upchurch, Jr., Carmelita Wahl, anad Wanda Lee Wallace. Vatican Bureau Continues To Send Word Of Us S. War Captives; Work In Russia, Reich Blocked Vatican City. (E)--The Vatican Information Office continues regularly to send to Washington lists of American prisoners of War in Italy'and word from the camps states that hhe men are anxiously awaiting first news from home. An announcement in L'Osservatore Ronmno states that all at- tempts to obtain news of soldiers in Russia and to organize service communication with them have failed. However, it is stated, the Information Office, following ha, struetions received from the Holy Father, is continuing its ceaseless interest and efforts, leaving noth- ing untried in the face of grave difficulties. This official clari- fication it was announced, was made necessary by ten of thousands of requests received re- cently at Vatican City for news of persons missing in Russia. As is known, the Holy See ' has been unable to obtain direct news of prisoners in Germany and is not permitted to establish cor- respondence with them. 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