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. Greater Little l..Counsel Church .@aing Sunday, the Novena gvlCtory and Peace will be 0e.ery Sunday afternoon at ILzn clock with Congregational" nd,llg, and Prayers and Bene- i.2.n of the Most Blessed Sacra- ii.SSes on Sunday will be as , at 7:00, 9:00 and 10:30. eru s. days, 6'30 7:00 and 8:00 LdE0k. , " ida June ei r Y,. 5th, the children r-:ecewe Holy Communion at of June is dedicated Heart of Jesus. Altar Society will afternoon, June 5th, room of Good Counsel Mrs. R. C. Harville, Presiding. night this Friday night, will be in charge of Committee. Activities 8:30. Something new in of this entertainment. see. It is a surprise. Committee will be of the following: Mrs. Mrs. E. E. New- Herman Binz, Mrs. Mrs. H. K. Banks, Hug, Mrs. J. B. Blaty, Parsel, Mrs. John Jos. Renz, Mrs. C. Mrs. C. E. Lockhart, Wendler, Mrs. S. F. Lena Berg, Mrs, Mrs. Louis Bernardi, Mrs. Frank Blair, Miss Cath- Mrs. Dalton Dailey, Mrs. F. O. Me- Hickey Himstedt, ._._Chast_onay. ' '. dWard's- Church 0,." s Will be celebrated at 1:00, 8:30 and 11:00 A, M. in all Masses on 'The 2 Trinity,, General Com- thi flay. May devotions and tic Hour at 7"30 P M al 1I,, ;s on weekdays from now lg vacation are at 6:00 - . daily. , !al Novena o Our Lady :' etual Help Tuesday eve- ' 7:30. 1: of Corpus Christi, Thurs- ,' gh Mass and Benediction 7(; ., k.M. Devotions and Bene- :! . of the Blessed Sacrament iu P" " Mass and i Friday,. High M Sacred mtton at 7.00 A. . iction t evotions and Bened I Blessed Sacrament at 7:30 _Congregation and friends entertained at Bingo Tues- 8:15 p. M. octal activities at St. Ed- fluting the month of June ! "i :dctedabeY thCir12w- . Bertha Vogler, Chair- rs. Mary Bearden, Wm. [i % Albert Chaffin, Joseph- :Ialvo, Henry Duererling, ;tie Eichenberger, A. M. aard Frederick, Edward It, lizabeth Hampel, Mrs. *npel. Mrs. Dor Higgins, ,=,ante Hinze, Mrs. Emma wra. Kelly, The Kirspel ,i:' - Charles Lengg enhager, tVI. Mudon (905 Barber), i .la td, Wm. Rohlman, John , t esa Jr., Engelbert Sauter, , eerey, M A Steele, and day, May 31st at the nine : ass the following chil- 3. Anne s Parish will re- ' t e:r first Holy Communion: l rekraan, Bernice Gangluff, ' nn Mergenschroer, Barbara ierre, Before the Mass the ! Vhi ,_g of the May Queen will 1: e. Barbara Jean Kierre e .n the Blessed Virgin and llf e as her maids, Bernice 1 and Mary Ann Mergen- ;lh {kS Church ly .ekly social in the hall .,rem,ght at 8 o'clock will be 9,  vy the Holy Name So-  e Orr is chairman of I.zR ittee, assisted by U1-  woreaouse, Peter Narey, Ojhoski, George Byrnes, Rock Activities Blessing J. C. Moix, Raymond Frederick Bert J. Rivers Jr., Elmo Cahanin, i 0f P h 2 o'clock. Mt. St. Mary's Banner Swimming Little Rock--0n Sunday after- Pool to Open Little Rock--The swimming pool at Mount St. Mary's gymnasium will open early in June,. the St. Mary's P. T. A., sponsors of the project, announced. Exact date of the opening will be announced ater. The pool was open last summer for the first time in several years md its re-opening proved so suc- cessful, that the same plan of operation was deemed advisable for this season. Supervised swim- ming was permitted at certain hours, and season tickets were ob- tainable. I;0 - . BOY SCOUTS Troop No. 4. St. Edward's Parish Troop No. 4 had their weekly meeting at St. Edward's Church on Friday, May 22, 1942. The at- tendance was very good this week and was a big improvement over the previous weeks. In the absence of Senior Patrol Leader Hoyt, Jack Doig was acting Senior Patrol Leader. A new Patrol, by the name of "Hawk", has been started. The officers are: Patrol Leader, Arthur Henry Harris; Assistant Patrol Leader, James Conroy Doig; Scribe-Quartermaster-B u g 1 e r, James Anselm Sulliqan and Frankie Posherb. A new system of paying dues and recording the attendance has been adopted by Troop 4. Each Patrol is handed an envelope on which the Scribe checks the mem- bers present, those in uniform, and those paying dues. The dues are then placed in the envelope, signed by the Scribe and handed to the Troop Treasurer who counts the money and seals the envelope. Much discussion was held on the price the troop should pay for a clock to be used in timing the different parts of the meetings. It was decided that the price would range from $1.50 to $2.00. A vote was taken by the Troop to determine whether a member Scout should remain in the Troop. A majority voted in favor of keep- ing him in the Troop. At the meeting were Scout- master Spinneweber and Mr. Hart- sen who has helped the Troop in many ways in his talks on dis- cipline and behavior. Troop 4 Scribe, Jack Doig Ship llSt. Andrew's Cathedral By Max Friend Jr. Ship 11 held its weekly meeting Tuesday, May 19, in the Cathedral Hall. Jay Hall was O.D. Follow- ing the opening of the meeting and the inspection was held drill of the Sea Scouts with Coxs-i wains Browning, Hill, and Friend presided. At eight bells Coxswain Friend demonstrated signaling, the Inter- national Morse Code, a require- ment for Ordinary. Atone bell or eight thirty Ap- prentice Busby demonstrated First Aid, blood control and wound treatment. Clayton Lamey was introduced to the Scouts, a future Sea Scout of Ship II. The change of watch took place and Charles Woolford was ap- pointed O.D. for next meeting. During the Skippers minuet he showed us the advancement cards for Ordinarys, which we will re- ceive at next meeting. The ,Skipper was then piped overside and the colors were low- ered. St. Anne's Students Win Essay Contest Fort Smith--The English and History classes of St. Anne's Acad- emy covered considerable work in their competition for the City wide essay contest, sponsored by the Fort Smith Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confer- eracy, and won seven places out of eight in the high school divi- sion. Topic for the senior class was "Sydner Lanier, Soldier, Poet, Musician." First place was won i Western built stud dsd|- by Betty Kershaw, second, Nadine for ..... Massimimo ru=mu u,- . " econ ...... Junmr class topic was R - ,.. PItONE 61 | [struction Days," First place, Betty I__ - | [ Hubanthal; second, Roy Upchurch. p [ Sophorhore topic was "General ----| Longstreet at Gettysburg," First BILL .'r,,,- I place, Margaret Ann AltmiLler; ---" o%.rllYllD1- I second, Margaret Ann Bryan. A .. - ...... | Freshman topic was "Beauvoir, ,r%j-r(r_][Ail=rq II the Home of Jefferson Davis," " V,l-- I  I first place, AnnLouise aacobs. & Tin= ,-,, I nevertheless and just listen. , - a IIJE, tSU. I What a happiness it is to be l4R.  .._---- vv. |iwith God, no one knowing what - *' FOR A.v. a ,, 1 Ipasses between God and the heart Vql'"in--'_ "'''==|-uz._,_.__.r.__| but God Himself and the adoring :mg -Retreading I heart. =: -- 08.1a ,,__ I If we can speak to our Lord ll ,.--v "xowson Ave. I in prayer let us speak to Him, =." 17 , ........ I praise Him, listen to Him. If #ur mlt41, ,rig -'ur mtEtl, &rg, I we cannot speak because we are , spiritually hoarse, let us stay Rev. Donald M. Cleary, of Ithaca . Y., who has been appointed National Chaplain of the Newmanl Club Federation for the coming year. Father Cleary is Chaplainl of the Newman Club at Cornell: University. The National Office of', the Federation is now located in, the Yotth Department, National Catholic Welfare Conference in Washington.. .......... ' THIRD "DEGREE COUNCILS NEWS ACTIVITIES IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS Little Rock Council 81Z Little Rock Council 812 will hold its regular annual election of officers for the ensuing year, on Tuesday night, June 2nd, which is the Council's regular meeting night. Grand Knight, Leo J. Byrne, requests all Members to endeavor to be present, if possible, so that they may have the oppor- tunity to assist in the selection of their officers to govern the Coun- cil's activities for the next twelve months. Have received advice that Brother Herman E. Hum, son of, Mr. and Mrs. George Hum, 918 Dennison Street, has been taken out of private flying service, by the U. S. Naval Corps, and as- signed to a flying field at Pensa- cola, Fla., with the rank of Lieu- tenant. His official address is Lieut. (J. G.) Herman E. Hum, A-V (T) U S N R., Naval Air Base, Boq. Bldg. No. 661 Room No. 267, Pensacola, Fla. Pet. Peter E. Manzak, Tonti Council No. 1567, Chicago, Ill., and Pet. John Mc Kernan, Cadilac Council No. 1224, Cadillac, Mich., were pleasant visitors at the Coun- cil's Club Rooms. Both of these Brothers went to Holy Commun- Ion, with other Knights, and at- tended the breakfast, served at St. Andrew's Hall, after the Mass on Communion Sunday. This Council was honored by Fort Smith Council, through an invitation to assist in their Initia- tion ceremonies held in their Council's chambers last Sunday. It was a large Class and the work was ably done. Fort Smith is to be congratulated on their wide-a- wake Membership. , =.: Seniors at St. Anne's In Class Play Fort Smith--Marked by expert- ness, alertness and smooth speed the St. Anne's Academy semor play was a big success from start to finish. It was given on Wednes- day night befoi'e the usual over- flowing capacity audience that yearly meet, greet and applaud the seniors in their, last public performance as students of St. Anne's. The plot, interesting and amus- ing, centered around a group of 'oung people in New York writ- ing home of their success as "stars" in various roles; their small town home paper publishes these reports, an inquiry follows throw- ing the fibbers into a sorry plight from which they are rescued by a wealthy old man seeking un- known talent; "Beginners' Luck" was the tRle. Fifteen boys and girls were in the cast. In-ter acts were dances by Sidola Shaffer and a group from the Madden school of dan- cing. : 2,000 Employes Attend Mass of Former Co-Worker Chicago--Almost 2,000 Railway Express employes, members of Castle No. 3, Order of Seville, at- tended a Communion Mass at old St. Patrick's Church here. The celebrant was the Rt. Rev. Msgr. William A. Cummings, pastor of Ascension Church, Oak Par, who before his ordination was an em- ploye of the American Railway Express Company. A colorful escort led the men to the church and later to the LaSalle Hotel for breakfast, The escort consisted of a motorcycle detachment of police, a color guard of Sea Scouts and a band. Castle No. 3 of the Order of Seville was founded seven years ago for Cath- olic Railway Express employes. We should manage our years, our months, our weeks, our days, our hours, our moments so well that, being employed for the love of God, they all may be profitable to us for eternal life. THE GUARDIAN, MAY 29, 1942 St. Seholastiea Honor Graduates ")i!:!:-i,:. :: : , : noon, May 31, at 2:00 o'clock, the Blessing and Bnediction of the Parish Service Banner will take place There arc 37 names that appear on the parish honor roll, and 37 Stars will appear on the Service Banner, each star repre- senting one of the parish boys in the service of our country. The parents will assemble in the school hall, and in procession with cross-bearer and Acolytes, followed by one of the fathers carrying the service banner with two of the mothers assisting, fol- lowed by other parents, will pro- ceed to the church. On entering the church, The Hymn to Our Blessed Mother for Soldiers and Sailors, which is the theme song Courtesy Times-Record Marian Heinrich (left) and Margie Ihle (right) were high ranking students of the nineteenth graduation class of St. Scholastica Academy, Fort Smith. Miss Ihle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben lhle of Paris gave the salutatory, and Miss Heinrichs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Heinrichs of Fort Smith delivered the valedictory address at the during the Novena for Peace and Victory, will be sung by the entire congregation. After the hymn Monsignor Wernke will bless the Service Banner; A talk to the parents and relatives of these boys in Service win be given by. the Rev. Edward Maloy. This will be followed by the Novena for Peace and Victory, with congre- gational prayers and Benediction of the Most Sacred Sacrament and the Holy God We Praise Thy Name. OBITUARY ] Mrs. Math Miller Morrilton--Funeral services for Mrs. Math Miller, 73, who died here May 13, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Carl Kordsmeier, were held at Sacred Heart Church by the Rev. Chas. Wol.ffer, C.S.Sp. on May 15. Interrment was in the Catholic cemetery. Pallbearers were: Louis Kords- meier, Carl Bellinghausen and Carl Peitz, all of Morrilton; and Alex Sponer, Casimir Ferricher, and Joe Miller of St. Vincent. Mrs. Miller, the former Margaret Catherine Weber, a native of the French Rhineland, is survived by her husband, five sons and four daughters: Pete Kisel, Lakin, Kans.; Mike Miller, Solgohachia; Nick Miller, North Little Rock; Martin Mille.F, Little Rock; Simon Miller, Perry; Mrs. John Lachow- sky and Mrs. Carl Kordsmeier, Morrilton; Mrs. Edgar Worthing- ton, St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. Joseph Montana, Buffalo, N. Y.; thirty- three grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. John Berkemeyer, San Luis Opispo, Calif. Mrs. Miller's family emigrated to Pittsburgh, Pa., when she was 12 years old. She was married to the late Mr. Kinsel, and of this union one son survives. After the death of Mr. Kinsel she was married to Mr. Miller at St. Vin- cent on November 21st, 1888, and returned to Pittsburgh with her husband, where they lived until 1897. It was then that they re- turned to St. Vincent to make their home. In recent years, due to ill health, the couple have made heir home with their children. In November, 1938, they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. .... _ Missionary Exposition Sept. 17 - 27 MontrealThe great Missionary Exposition, which was to have been held in May, will take place from September 17 to 27 at St. Joseph's Oratory, the shrine which was founded by the late Brother Andre. The Exposition will deal with 300 years of Montreal's history, and the world fields to which the sons of this city have gone in the past three centuries to spread the Gospel. Allsopp & Chapple Booksellers and Satloners 307-309 Main Street 4r Call "k DAN DEARASAUCH For Office Supplies--Ph. 9612 commencement exercises at the academy Friday, May 29th. St. Patrick's Carnival IWednesday North Little Rock--Members of St. Patrick's parish will play host at their annual carnival to be held on the school 'grounds Wednesday afternoon and evening. The ladies of the parish will serve dinner in the hall at noon and again in the evening. The dining room will be open from noon until 2 p. m. and from 5 until 8 p. m. Games and' contests for children will be held during the afternoon. The main carnival attractions will be presented Wednesday evening. DAUGHTERS (Continued from page 1) sistant pastor of St. Joseph's Church, was appointed chaplain, subject to the approval of the Most Reverend Bishop. Court Victory 564 held an initi- ation Sunday, May 10, which opened with the celebration of Holy Mass by the Rev. Thomas F. Walshe, pastor. The group re- ceived Holy Communion in a body. At 1 o'clock members and candi- dates attended' a luncheon in the main dining room of Hotel Pines. The luncheon program, in charge of the grand regent, Mrs. Chris- tine Ernst, who presided as toast- master. Addresses were made by the state regent of the Catholic Daughters, Mrs. Agnes Steele and state chaplain, Father Walshe. Mrs. Angle Hansen, acting district deputy in charge of the initiation was introduced. The initiation was held in St. Joseph's hall, under the district of Mrs. Hnsen, who was assisted by officers of the court. , ,, : Requiem For Men Believed Lost In Submarine Ottawa, (E)A solemn Mass of Requiem was chanted at Sacred ffeart Church here for the sailors who are believed to have been lost on the Surcouf, the world's largest submarine which was in the service of the Free French and is now persumed to have been lost as it has long been overdue. Representatives of the various United Nations were present for the Mass. St. Anthony's Hospital MORan.TON, ARK. II II Campbell, Mallory & Throgmorton INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS Aetna Floor  Wallace Bldg. Phone 4-0225 IH Calls For Peace Of Generosity Washington (E)--"If ever cause were just; if ever war were neces- sary; if ever the divine decencies of human life were entrusted to the integrity of a people--now is that moment," Postmaster General Fzank C. Walker !said in his address at the commencement ex- ercise of Georgetown University. In a ringing appeal for whole- hearted dedication first to victory in a war forced upon us and then to a peace that will be neither false nor selfish, Mr. Walker reviewed this country's efforts to maintain peace and the shortsightedness through which we were caught un- prepared for war. The Beatitudes must be the "Covenant". of the post-war world, or else "the fight will have been in vain," he as- serted. "We were unprepared for war because we were unprepared for malice--the deep, planned malice of an evil soul," he said. The hands of our enemies, "once stretched out to us for bread and !bounty, are now grasping at the throat of our civilization," he de- clared. "We are at last aware that this had always been their aim. We have now begun to fight and only the strength of our en- emies will determine the final cost. Stating that many "precious" lives must yet be lost as we fight back out of "critical danger," Mr. Walker said the United States stands firm and dedicated to victory." "We will find that vic- tory," he added, "if we must pur- sue it to the ends of the earth. We will find it, if need be, through sorrow and struggle and pain. And when we have found it, we shall place it at the altars of Almighty God in Whose service we are and in Whose Name we shall triumph." Bertha Raible New Head of S.S.A. Alumnae Fort Smith--The St. Scholastica Academy alumnae installed new officers at their annual meeting May 3, which boasted a fine at- tendance in spite of war condi- tions. Miss Bertha Raible is the new president, Miss Marion Hein-- richs was elected first vice-presi- dent, and Miss Irene Spanke be- came second vice-president. Sister Raphael is faculty sponsor of the alumnae Association. Body of Heroic English Catholic Flier Recovered London, (E)Two and a half months after he was killed leading PAGE THREE 11 Graduates For St. Patrick's Parish School North Little Rock -- Dip]oma were presented to 11 members of the graduating class of St. Pat- tick's school by the pastbr, the Rev. 5oseph M. Burns, at exercises in the parish hall Tuesday night. The graduates are: Mary Ann Lucas, Gloria Elouise Martello, Imelda Ann Thomey, George Dillon, Robert Engleberger, Joseph Johnson, Pat Luck, Stephen Pruniski, Herbert Rossi, William Shelby, and Hugh Turrentine. A musical program was present- ed under the direction of the Sis- ters of Mercy preceding the award- ing of diplomas. Hitler Hatred of Catholic Church Cited Washington, 0)--The "deadly" hatred that Adolph Hitler and the Nazi regime bear toward the Cath- olic Church was stressed by Ray- mond H Geist, Chief of the Divi- sion of Commercial Affairs, De- partment of State, in an address yesterday at a luncheon of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. "At the great Catholic Church, which has mothered civilization throughout Christendom for near- ly 2,000 years," Mr. Geist said, "the master of political bigotry was unable to strike the mortal blow which destroyed the Ger- man Jews. But his hatred and jealousy of the universal Catholic Church is even deeper and more deadly. "The Catholic Church is doomed in Hitler's Reich. The National- Socialist view of life is in strict opposition to the fundamental be- liefs of the Christian Church, just as violence and war are opposed to mercy and peace. The Concord- at which Hitler. made with the Holy See was purely gesture of convenience. It was a part of his policy of choosing one victim at a time." Hitler's grand strategy" against the Catholic Church, Mr. Geist said, is to delay a "final blow" un- til, in a Europe prostrate from war, he is convinced that a single Stroke will be successful in ab- solutely eliminating Catholic In- fluence. "In preparation of this scheme, which, if it should ever be ac- complished, would shake the foundation of the religious world, the National Socialist masters of bigotry have delivered three major blows at the Catholic Church," Mr. Geist asserted. "The first has been the relent- less and cruel order by which the Catholic parents have been compelled to withdraw their chil- dren from Catholic Schools. The second was the false indictment of the Catholic Sisters as violators of the German currency laws; and the third was the public arraign- merit of innumerable priests on ab- solutely false and perjured evi- dence compromising their morality and integrity of character." Swordfish torpedo planes in an attack on the escaping German battleships in the Channel, Lt. Commander Eugene Esmonde's body has been recovered from the River Medway, in the southeast of England. He won the Victoria Cross for his exploit. Eugene Esmonde hoped to be a missionary. He was educated by the Jesuits at Wimbledon, here, and at Clongowes Wood, Ireland, and afterwards at St. Joseph's Missionary College, Freshfield. " N The Nurse's ManUal By Rev. F. E. White Bone Dry Roofing Sheet Metal Work J. E. Hornibrook 209-11 East Markham Street Phone 4-2494 y No. 228--Nurse's Manual, this is Morocco, in box ................................................ $1.30 i i . I| NO. 229---Nurse s Manual, Pin Morocco, 00kll DeLux, roll gold stamping and gold ,00ll e,o, in box ......................................... $2.50 _ . . &1ill No. 230Nurse's Manual, Extra DeLux, , U...-- _ _ rl_tA/___. Jb|l roll gold stamping, etc., with silk lining, m box 3 60 . 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