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PAGE SIX THE GUARDIAN, JUNE 4, 1943 Stuttgart Merchants And Businessmen Show Loyalty to The Guardi First Freshman Class, St. Paul's School Pocahontas, Graduates Pocahontas.(Speeial to The Frank Jansen, Rosemary Sorge, Guardian) The first freshman Regina Barthel, Bernard Baltz, class of St. Paul's High School and Mary Catherine Barthel. came to the end of its four-year- Honor Students long trail Sunday night at corn- An out-of,the-ordinary feature mencement exercises during in the conferring of honors was which diplomas were awarded to the presentation of perfect at- seven high school and eight gram- tendance medals to the seven mar school seniors, children of Mr. and Mrs. Am- As Sister M. Jerome played the brose Baltz. They were: Am- processional, the elementary de- brose, Jr., Rosemary, Bernard, partment graduates anff the cap- Dolores, Jane Frances, Pauline pad-and-gowned Upper-classmen and Paul Dean, the latter twins. marched in single file to their Other students with unmarred at- seats on the auditorium stage, tendance records included Fintan decked beautifully with red roses, Baltz, Lambert BlJssenbach, Bar- class-flower of the 1943 Seniors. bare Jean Baltz, Patricia Jansen, There Joseph Peters, son of Mr. Viola Steimel, and 5ames Heel- and Mrs. Joseph Peters, Sr., de- schet. livered the salutatory address, Gold medals were awarded to: and Ellen Jansen, daughter of Ellen Jansen, for general excel- V/r. and Mrs. Andrew Jansen, the lence in studies; Bernette Junk- valedictory, ersfeld, in religion; Mary Helen The principal address was made Tyler, in English; Patricia Jansen, by the Ray Thomas Kennedy. in Latin; Rudolph Bauer, in ma- The Rev. Edward J. Yeager, pas- thematics; Ambrose Baltz, in tor of St. Paul's, conferred d iplo- science; Rosemary Baltz, in his- mas and awarded scholastic hen- tory; Eugene Baltz, for general ors. The graduation night pro- good conduct. gram, arranged by Sister M. Gold typists pins were pre- Amora, high school princlpal, and sented to Ellen Jansen, Bernette Sister M. Canisia of the elemen- Junkersfeld, and Mary Helen tary school, included the songs: TyleL "For Christ The King," by the High Honor For School student body; "We're Coming," A framed document, citing St. by the graduating classes; and Paul's "for distinguished service "Goodbye", by the high school in behalf of the war program," seniors. The poem, "To Thine was exhibited by Father Yeager Own Self Be True," was recited to the audience and presented to by Mary Helen Tyler, and two ]the school. The document was cornet solos were played by Ru- signed by Henry Morgenthau, dolph Bauer. secretary of the treasury. The Graduates = : : -" Graduated from the high school Religion attaches the emotions were: Calvin Louis Grave, Mar- and passions of man to lofty oh- tin Edward Jansen, Joseph Hu- jects, and thus purifies, chastens bert Peters, Lloyd Leo Lewallen, and consecrates them. Ellen Cecilia Jansen, Mary Helen ::v Tyler, and Rosemary Mondy. Fidelity in the daily outine of Completing their elementary life, as well as on great occasions, schooling were: Billy Jansen, is the secret of attaining to Sanct- Margaret Halter, Garnetta Grave, ity. COMPLIMENTS OF HOTEL J RICELAND Stuttgart  Arkansas E. fl. NOBLE & CO. Insurance - Real Estate - Farm Loans Stuttgart, Arkansas Holy Rosary Church and Rectory, Stuttgart Above is Holy Rosary Church, built in 1895, one of the older churches of the Diocese. At the right is the rectory, where the Rev. James G. Evans, pastor, lives. At the right can be seen the school, which is under the direction of the Olivetan Benedictine Sisters. The Rectory is situated between the school and the church. Timely Eternals Rt. Rev. Msgr. Peter M. II. Wynhoven Editor-in-Chief Catholic Action of the South f Wins Six Scholarships Kingston, Ont. (E)--Miss Jac- queline M. D. Cote, of Kapuskas- ing, Ont., a first year student in Arts at Queen's University here, won six scholarships at the Spring examinations. They were a uni- versity scholarship of $10q given by the Arts' Class of 1940 in mem- ory of Sidney Watson, one of their members who was killed on ac- tive service, and scholarships in Laatin, French, Colonial History, Economics and public Speaking. Miss Cote is vice, dnpresident of the Newman CPab at Queen's. r domestic lute is the wrong kind of thoughtfulness. When, for ex- ample, the husband brings in :somebody to teach the young wife a few useful things, harmony goes i out. "This is Miss Scissors, darl- ing, the stenographer at the office who makes practLcally all her own clothes. She has consented to come over and show you a few tricks in sewing." Mrs. Couch Heads Club Hospitality Committee Little Rock. -- Mrs. Harvey Cotch, Jr., will head the Club Hospitality Committee of the USO-NCCS Club at 112 East 7th Street on Sunday, June 6th. Assisting Mrs. Couch on her committee are the following ladies: Mrs. O. B. Clark, Mrs. H. F. Ghent, Miss Mary Pierce Keith and Miss Rose Lafferty. These ladies will be assisted with the serving by the Junior Hostesses of the Club. Coffee and cinnamon rolls will be served during the Communion Breakfast in the morning and cof- fee and cake will be the feature of the afternoon refreshment hour. i The boys are indeed grateful for this mark of homelike atmosphere .and leave expressed themselves [many times during their visits to the club. All are welcome and a great number drop in the Club Benedictine Conservatory Recital, Pupils of the Benedictine servatory of Music were p r ed in a recital Sunday, 1 at St. Edward's Hall on  Ferry Streets. Students wl part were: Joan Eros, PQli Eichelmann, Beulah Marie ris, Mildred Dumbosld, Ainsworth, Lorine FrO Rosemary Kordsmeier, Belmont, Larrie, Herman Kresse, Margie Marie Yeager, Caroline Theresa Ann Knott, paul, Halter, Patricia Messles, 'E]ler, Ann Maloch, M Jablonski, Alma Jean t! Betty Lou Pozza, Kay I. ]Nordeen Ledet, Edith RI ton Greer, Della Mac pier lores Ann Krah, Jack Pipki garet Elizabeth Blankenshii Jean Rohlman, Dolores a ginia Cassinelli. Those who took part See RECITAL on page 7 Compliments MEEKS RECREATI000!00 PARLOR rcl * "k STU]'I'GART, AI[ .... RATS IN THE MATRIMONIAL ATrlC Did you ever hear rats at night, gnawing at the woodwork or cavorting about in the attic above your bedroom? They don't do much direct damage, but they disturb your slumber and tax your nerves. .csides, if they are not gotten rid of, they may make a hole, with their small sharp teeth, that is large enough to cause a leak in'the roof or expose electric wires that may set fire to the house." They craftily avoid the traps you cautiously and painstakingly set. Poison cannot be spread, for if they eat it and die between the walls, the whole place will give testimony to the fact. It is, indeed, a pesky problem. A similar situation sometimes is allowed to develop in the life of recently married people. After the honeymoon days are well out of the way, and the couple is settling down to every- day, commonplace life. rodents may be !at loose, to frustrate a harmonious matrimonial adjust- ment. Most young people forget that they took each other fo "better or for worse." They over- look the fact that nobody is per- fect. They are somewhat startled when courtship's love-tinted film falls from their eyes; then they see imperfections which they had pressed for Aunt Mamie, who em- broiders the initials on all her husband's shirts. There is no im- mediate harm done by these casual statements, all of which may have a real foundation and on honest reason; but, all the same, the peaceful matrimonial slumbers are disturbed, and mischief is afoot. The same thing happens to the young man's state of mind when, a year after the wedding, he is re- . . now going on at our store. Let us help you to never noticed before. Here is brighten-up . . . palnt-up where the little pests start com- . . . and save the things ing in, if common sense is not you can't replace! ' brought up to save the day. , I  The bride has a feeling like the drying of one's face with a soggy, that his mother can cook a par- tieular food more tastily; or when " ",,,? .. h L r IS-: a wondering question is interposed --IRACL ""'k as to why his sisters can get along V with much less housekeeping money; or when admiration is ex- A new kind of finish that covers wallpaper with one coat, dries in one hour, has 29Per no offensive $ paint odor--and is washable, gal. One gallon does PAST a room. FORM HER WIN. WILLIAMS minded that there will soon be a p |[0E PAINT baby, and why didn't he get a raise in salary or procure himself Your home is your a better job. He has worked hard, ERSTINE biggest and best . I'/% saved and tried his best for a investment. Pro-  .dpU promotion, hence he is extremely teat it more thor- .} .'! miserable when he senses an im- oughly, lastingly, P' ffael r. plication that she married him with America's fa- (Coss'le: only for better and is not saris- HARDWARE COMPANY voritehousepaintl pergallonin  gal. fled with hirfi as he is. paid Young Deople always should conscientiously strive for faith in each other. With a disposition of SHERWIN-WILLIAMS mutual appreciation, and with kindly hints and wise, gentle sug. STUTTGART, ARKANSAS [ N A M t L 0 [ D gestions, mingled with timely ex- Quick.Drying Enamel pressions of legitimate pride and praise, there will be an incentive Brighten-up f u r n i t u r e, for the bread-winner to win more ,,, f woodwork, toys and tools than bread, and, on the other ] to-use, quick. 1, a real joy in her housewifely drying one-coat ]i/l[ task. enamel. 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It does happen, however, that hap- piness is gauged in various ways by different people. All who mar- ry, marry happily, unless there is compulsion involved. When, lat- er on, they do not find in wedded life what they had expected, they will be disappointed and will be- come unhappy if they refuse to abide by the rules of the game and are unwilling to use practical, common sense in working out their problems. It may often prove difficult to rid the domestic castle of psy- chological vermin; but determined steps, taken in the very beginning, will make most marriages happy. Poisoning the pests after they have found their way into the ma- trimonial attic, is always repul- si'ely unsatisfactory. Unswerv- during the day. mg faith in each other will event- ually rectify all initial disappoint- ment. 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