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: THE GUARDIAN, JUNE 4, 1943 , PAGE, SEKEN , i i ii i iiiiii I i illi II II I I :! '::  ................... -- '-,,, "  . Pope Receives Gern       SIX BISHOPS HEAR PRESS LEADERS Ma,or Crane. Caotann -L' I /  Vatican City. (E)--Diego yon  @ @A Bergen, Germany's Ambassador to 0 D,oo. Studer Speakers A t ,.o soo ,,00oro 0r Of /  years and long dean of the dip- Subiaco Commencement lomatic corps accredited to the Vatican, was received in a fare- well audience by His Holiness  Pope Plus XlI Little Rock IS . , ,t. Mary's Church, St. Vincent, Arkansas te I r cry Rev. Msgr. Otto Loeb, V.F., Pastor lithe following is a list el a showing series the !holic men and women of the Diocese of Little Rock l serving their country Forces. in the Armed j.M.J. [ PRAYER TO THE HOLY FAMILY IFOR OUR BOYS IN THE SERVICE lali'I, ests, Ma,-y and Joseph and all the Saints in Heaven, we beseech ora the bottom of our hearts to watch constantly over and ]L". all our boys in the services of the United States of America r.e exposed to the dangers inseparable from a military life. hera such a strong and fervent faith that they may never or fear to practice it. Do Thou by Thy Grace, fortify them .as contagion of bad example thet, being preserved from sin ' rmg Thee faithfully, they may be always ready to meet death II.M?I u where it may occur !t Sacrei Heart of Jesus, mindful of Your most Precious Blood ,: ae Five Sacred Wounds, we beg You to inspire them with a SOrrow for sin and grant them pardon. "other of Perpetual Help, in honor of your Seven Sorrows y oYful, Sorrowful and Glorious Mysteries of Your most and Ul Rosary, we beg You, as the Queen of Peace and of Heaven l k'th, to Protect and intercede for our sons and to be by their aattle. If it is God's Holy Will please bring them home soon ,t sound to their loved ones. Should they be called upon to e supreme sacrifice, obtain for them happy death. St. Joseph laf the Universal Church pray for them. _.owerful and Immortal God have compassion upon us mis- strtners and upon the whole World. With bltter tears of re- c e we invoke You to end all wars and grant us peace in the aanae of the Holy Family. ly One Our Father, Hail Mary and a Glory be to the Father. } Serving In Armed Forces !! II Serving in the army are: teek, Gottsponer, Leo- Emil :I ?eck, Albert Ferricher, Wil- i'. naggoner, Ernest Sponer,  leck, William Zimmer- COMPLIMENTS man, Florian Kaufman, Richard Nell, Albert Beck, Herman Kauf- man, Carl Sponer, Alfred Zimmer- man, Frank Beck, Leo Nell, Ed- win Nell, Albert Wiedower, Law- rence Ferricher, Caspar Bruge- ner, Henry Beck, Carl Hartman, Carl Wiedower, Joseph Miles, Vic- tor Zimmerman, Albert Brugener, Eugene Beck, Frederick Hartman Oscar Gottsponer, Leo Kaufman Ferdinand Beck, and Bertram Beck Those serving in the navy are: Alex Zir0merman, Joseph Wied- ower, Emil Zimmerman, and Franci: Beck. Leo Gottsponer is a.vith the Ma- rine Corps, and Joseph Reiter is in the Air Corps. I : Our Lord tries those who are generous. He is often disappoint- ed in our trust that He eagerly seeks for a soul wbom He can try, and rejoices when He finds one. J. I. Porter Lhr. Co. StUttgart COMPLIMENTS OF Arkansas STANDARD ICE CO. Stuttgart, Arkansas : BEST WISHES Members of the Hierarchy from a half-dozen Sees were present at various sessions of the thirty-third annual convention of the Catholic Press Association of the United States, just held at Toledo, O Among those taking part were, top, left to right: The Most Rev. Karl J.'. Alter, Bishop of Toledo and host to the convention, and the Most Rev. John F. Nell, Bishop of Fort Wayne, Editor of Our Sunday Visitor, i .'-ind acharter member of the C. P. A." Center, the /0t Rev. John ;Mark Gannon, Bishop of Erie and Episcopal Chairman of the Press Department of the National Catholic Welfare Conference, and the' :Most Rev. Thomas K. German, Bishop of Reno and Assistant Epis- copal Chairman of the N.C.W.C. Press Department. Bottom, left "o :right: Tie .Most Rev. Paul Yu Pin, Vicar Apostolic of Nanking, ChL-.a,. .nd the Most Rev. Edward F. Hoban, Coadjutor Bishop of Clev,,;a.d. (N.CWC.) RECITAL (Continued from page 6) Monday night recital were: Jim- my Schmelzer, James Harvey Davis, Danny and Tommy Beard- en, Liance Rhein, Pat Brown, Ed- ward Allison, David Emil, Har- old Berg, Donalct Eros, Lan'y Sargent, Michael Pipkin, Ernest Chaney, Sam Poe, Franeille Ma- loch, Michael Belmont, Ferry Thompson, Frances Smith, The- resa Ann Nabholz, Mary Ann Worley, Selma Jo Gilmore, Paula and Patrieia Land, Philis Ham- pel, Marguerite Cumnock, Eugene . BEST WISHES Joyee, Mary Ann Bopp, Allie Weeks, Marilyn Finkbeiner, Wil- liam Probst, Carol Ann Hart, Dorothy Ann Probst, Anna Marie Bohmer, Richard Byrne, Charles Heman, and Louis Hart. The Reverend Lawrence Hoyt presented National Honor Certi- ficates to Jack Pipkin, Helen Marie Yeager, Dolores Cassinelli, Vera Jean Rohlman, Herman Kresse, Leo Olberts, Kay Reinohl, Edith Rhein, tIarriet Ivy, Betty i Sue Ellard, Dolores Ann Probst, Mary Birnback, Dolores Ann Krah, Richard Byrne, Nelle Flip- pen, Helen Jane Barre, Elizabeth Cassinelli, Theresa Ann Knott. Original compositions which mhieved recognition were corn- }osed by Margaret Elizabeth ]lankenship, Paul David Halter, VirNinia Cassinelli, Helen Jane Barre, and Charles Heman. R" THORELL SUPPLY CO. C.H."HaI" ,STUTTCARI he Store That Gives You Service" T RA V I S StUttgart "k Arkansas LUIBR A. G. DUNCAN FURNITURE STUTTGART, ARK. Subiaco.Hundreds of boys are misfits in the military life simply because they do not understand why they are in the service and why they are called upon for such i vast sacrifices, Major Emmet P. Crane, C. Ss. R., Catholic chap- lain of the Fourteenth Armored Division at Camp Chaffee, told graduates of Subiaco College and Academy in an inspired and in- spirational sermon at the corn- mencement Mass, Thursday morn- ing. The Rev. Bede Mitchel, head of the philosophy department, was celebrant. Major Crane discus- sed, fully and fluently, he Amer- ican form of government, point- ing out how it gives Catholics more to fight for than does any other form of government today, because of its consistent emphasis upon religious freedom. The speaker went into detail in show- ing traces of Catholic philosophy embedded in the constitution. Captain James N. Studer, West Point graduate, commander of the Headquarters and Headquarters company at Camp Chaffee, was the commencement speaker at the civil program in Anthony Hall following the church service. Saying that the one word, "real- ize," is the secret to success in military training, he showed how students can know things theo- retically without truly realizing what they mean, and hence with- out being able to apply them in a practical instance. "Drive from the inside out, and don't expect too much to be imposed upon you," he tersely advised graduates about to be inducted. "Instruction ca do only so much for you, the rest is a matter for self-discipline something that cannot be im- posed upon you by any external force whatever," Captain Studer said. The Rt. Rev. Paul M. Nah- Ion, president, who presided, feel- ingly gave the customary farewell address, quoting from "The Tro- jan Crusader," religious bulletin issued to the campus by the Roy. Michael Lensing, sodality director. Students John Hilpert and Ar- thur Harris, Little Rock boys, ap- peared as voice and piano soloists and scored big successes. Two Honored With Degrees Joseph W. Gatz, Jonesboro, and William L. Ga, tz, Paragould, brothers, who were honor students in the classes of '09 and '13 re- spectively, received honorary de- grees. They were cited for "hav- ing over a period of years fol- lowing their graduation been found possessed of outstanding qualities of Catholic Praide 4iew'i' F'l-nk Gorrell-lr., Subiaco, Martin Lynn, Odessa, Tex., Walter Nolte, Subiaco, Jo- seph Siebenmorgen. Morrison Bluff; general course, Vincent Raible, Altus, Gilbert Schneider, Prairie View, Michael Steil, Tul- sa, Okla., Joseph Turk, Knsas City, Me., Harold Turrill. Dallas, Texas, James Whitaker, Prairie View. Promotion cards to grade nine in the pre-high-school course were issued to: John Burnside, Little Rock, Richard Dillard, Fort Smith Henry Hoffman, Little Rock, Fen- ton Painter, Fort Smith, Paul Pfeiffer, Piggott, Blakely Phil- lips, Little Rock, Robert Savary, Little Rock, Harold Wardein, and Thomas Dardein, Houston, Tex. William Toland was valedic- torian and Gilbert Schneider salu- tatorian. Medalists Announced Winners of eleven gold medals for character traits and scholastic excellence were-announced by the Rev. Clement Schmidt, as fol- lows: Herman J. Buergler, Fort Smith, President Nahlen character medal. Tied for the honor: Joseph Abra- ham, Jack Borengasser, Martin Buergler, Henry DeSalvo, Ed- mund Friga, Glibert Gocke, Ur- ban Terbieten. Jerry Smith, Hot Springs, the Bishop Morris christian doctrine medal, founded about thirty years ago by His Excellency, Bishop Morris of Little Rock. Tied: Martin Buergler, William Sieben- morgen, John Hum. William Siebenmorgen, Mor- risen Bluff, the Morrison Latin medal. Tied: Martin Buergler. Henry DeSalvo, Center Ridge, the LaHood commercial medal. Martin Lynn, Odessa, Tex., the Krebs English medal. Tied: Otto Sehroeder, Martin Buergler, Henry DeSalvo. Martin Buergler, Fort Smith, the Dr. Horan classical medal. Distinguished mention: William Siebenmorgen. Cletus Wolf, Windthorst, Tex., the Dolje modem 'foreign lan- guage medal. Tied': Martin Buergler. John Hum, Little Rock, the AI- umni mathematics medal. Tied: Martin Buergler, William Sieben- mergeR. William Toland, North Little Rock, the Governor Bailey science medal. Distinguished mention: Herman Schlaf, Mathew Post, Joseph Paladino. Martin Buergler. Fort Smith, the Pereyra award for unselfish- ness, founded by Raymond Rebsa- men, Little Rock. Distinguished mention: Herman Buergler, Jo- seph Paladino, Joseph Schreiber, Curtis Breeden, William Rob- ert Williams, /Kenneth Turner, Frank Steele, Frank Perona, Stephen Blevins. Harold Wardein, Houston, Tex., the Bishop Lynch scholarship medal. Premiums for excellence in var- ious character traits went to: Jo- seph Abraham, Kalena, Kans., good conduct, Alfred Morsani, Hope, application to studies, Stephen'Blevins, El .Dorado, good order, Leonard Wiese, Gainesville, Tex., punctuality. Newspaper staff pins for work on The Periscope school paper, were assigned to: Carol Springle, Jonesboro, Bob Williams, Texar- kana, Frank Perona, Tontitown, William Toland, Joseph Turk, Charles Walters, Branch, Jerry Smith, Herbert MinteR, E1 Paso, Tex., Arthur Harris, Buddy Hil- pert, Henry Heffman, Bob Sav- ary, all of Little Rock, and Urban Terbieten and Donald Schnitzius, Fort Smith .and Paris. Ed Herelein Gets Trophy Edward Herlein, all-state non- conference football end of the past season, a three-sport varsity man, was awarded the Coury Athletic Trophy founded in 1924 by George Coury, Chicago broker, now ser- ving in the navy. The trophy is awarded F.arly on the bases of usefulnessto the teams and school spirit aand sportsmanship dis- played on and off the campus. The colorful exercises marked the 56th formal closing of the Benedictine boarding and day :school, which dates back 85 years to its founding in 1878 as a small log-cabin mission center for Ca- tholics in this sparsely settled ter- I ritory. OBERLY'S MEN'S SHOP Stuttgart, Arkansas faithful in th discharge .of ram- Ill l It I I I I fly, business, and social obliga- tions, imbued with high ideals and truly Christian outlook." Recipients of A.B. degrees in the academic sphere were Frater STUTTGART RICE MILL Leo Koesler, Muenster, Tex., Fra- Stuttgart, Arkansas I COMPLIMENTS OF ter David Flusche, Denison, Tex., and W. G. Galligan, Tulsa, Okla. Academy diplomas were awarded to the following twenty-one grad- uates: Classical course: Anthony Eck- art, Subiaco, James Murphy, Fort Worth, Tex., Urban Terbeiten, Fort Smith; science course, Ed- ward Herlein, Philip Herlein, West Helena, Joseph Paladino, Center Ridge, Frank Perona, Ton- titown, Mathew Post, Altus, Ralph Sacra, Denison, Tex., Wil- liam Toland, North Little Rock; commercial course, John Fox, Jones Bakery I The Arkansas Rice Growers Phone 4 Stuttgart, Arkansas Cooperative Assn. Coker-Hampton Drug Co. "IN BUSINESS FOR YOUR HEALTH" Telephone 86 Prescription Druggists I;OMPAHY CITY CAFE Stuttgart, ,Arkansas TOMMY COKER :-- BILl3 HAMPTON COMPANY PhOne 94 403 Main St. .... Stuttgart, Arkansas Rutstein, Prop. Established ! 923 COMPLIMENTS OF WELLWoRTH STORE County's Largest Dept. 100 Per Cent Home Owned Stuttgart, Arkansas COMPLIMENTS STUMP GROCERY Stuttgart, Arkansas ROMAN - OAKSMITH Buyer's Oats  Beans  Rice / STUTTGART ARKANSAS C. D. Davis, Prop. 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