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% THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1.923 PAGE THREIg. ANDPERSONAL DRUGGIST St. Phone 21300 be celebrated at Bald Lady Queen of "v.-...--.._ Me,ran, of the Cathe- guest at St. Via- As we go to press him as most com- aS appendix subtrac- from 4-5, and 7-8:30 p. m. Confes- sions on the Thursday before the First Friday and on the eve o Holydays at 'm same hoursas on Saturday. Con- 'essions are also heard before the'Iow Masses on Sunday, and before the eight o'clock Mass on weekdays Cathedral School Closing ' The annual exercises in connection wlth the closing of the Catheddral School were held in Cathedra[ Hall on Monday, June 4th, at 7:30 p. m., with of Mr. at the Aademy on June 10th, at 3 J. J. Keller are in Prof. Keller Diamond Jubilee at has returned Washington, D. summer vacation Mr. and Mrs. Henry Louise Hum has the State Normal Me., where the training Elsken, student Infirmary, is with her par- C. Elsken, at Su- accompanied by the and Helen Sic- .city, who will be her a bunco party at evening at Fifteenth street. was Mrs. George Were won by Miss Edward Bowers, with a served on Pacific Coast T. V. Tbbin, D. on the "Sunshine" on a trip to he will visit John Tobin, of endeavor to saris o by taking an the benign influ- climate and from scenes of his The Guardian follow him Wishes that all may be and full restora- him to us. Shall 10ok selfishly L few his thoughts with "W." Club Club will Monday even- onHog Thief been in charge. at Cathedral in order furnished; The corn- I Clara Durst, Roemer, Bernardine Wilfred Robin- Hunt. This is the by the club this are asked to sffQrt to be present. Cathedral Aid, will on Thursday, L 5 to 8 o'clock and Social from 8 to 10 of Ms. Jas. T. St. Supper tick- at Lonergan's Main St'., or from Circle. An invita- to all.. Qood Counsel parish benefit card llth, at the and Bishop Sts: - played and a prize table, also a door P],ayers are re- cards and pads. A is extended to all. a large attendance of the members of the Cathedral parish present. A very St. Mary's pleasing program was presented by the members of the graduating class in which the talents of the various members of the class were displayed. The program was as follows: Graduating Exercises School Festival Chorus--High 7th and 8th Grades, accompanist, Helen O'Brien. Salutatory, Edith Reville. Gavotte, violin class, accompanist, Arthur Harp. Just as You Say, Reading, George O'Neal. Lily of the Valley, prone solo, Helen O'Brien. Charity, Reading, Loretta Wellen- brock. The American Flag, Jacob Hausen. Fancy March, Girls from L. 8th and 7th Grades, accompanist, Edith Re- ville. Mary Queen of cots, Reading by Ethel M. Browning and Mae Besiegel, Civil and Religious Liberty,, Read- ig, William Schaefer. Shepherd's Evening Song, piano duet, Helen O'Brien and dith Re- ville. Julius Caesar, Introduction, by Eu- gene Hart. Act IV. Scene Ill, Brutus, by Jas. hollow. Casius, by Wilfred Schwarz. Capriccio,'violin solo, Oliver Eichel- mann, accompanist, Arthur Harp. Valedictory by Helen O'Brien. School Days Farewell, Class Song, acompanist, Helen Cain. Violin accompanist to Songs, Oliver Eichelman. Conferring of Certificates by Rev. Father J. P. Moran. Program was donated by M. A. Biltz. of New York Life Insurance Co. :kmong the members of the Rever- end"Clergy present were the follow- ing: Rev. Albert Fletcher, president of Little Rock College, Rev. George McDermott, Editor of the Guardian; Rev. H. H..Wernke, pastor of Our Lady of Good Counsel church; Rev. John A. Flaherty and Roy. Edward W. Garrity of Little Rock College, Rev. John P. Fisher, and Rev. James P. Moran of the Cathedral. A pleasing feature of the program was the presentation Of gold medals to the students of each room who se- cured the highest average in all stud- ies. They were won by the following: Loraine Lingonfolder, Paul Murtha, ]'oberta Forster, Elizabeth Donahue, 'and Trieber Allen. Thework of the I last named was of special merit, for l in all studies he secured an average [of 99 3-4 percent in the final exani- nations. The officers of the graduating class were James Shallow, president; George O'Neal, secretary, and Wil- liam Schaefer, treasurer. Following is the list of graduates: Masters James Shallow, George O'Neal, Eugene Hart, William Schaef- er, Jacob Hausen, Wilfred Swartz Msses Helen O'Brien, Edith Reville Ethel Browning, Loretta Wellenbrock and Mac Besiegal. The entir program was arrange and directed by the Benedictine Sis- 'erstn charge of the Cathedral School. One. of the pleasing features of the day's festivities in connection with graduation was the sending of a large bouquet of roses to Sister Ce- lestine, Superioress of the school, by the members of the graduating class. I . ister Celestme, who has ,been m charge' of the .qchool for e past year, was unable to be present at the clos- ing eercises on account of illness, and ,the graduates took this means of showing their appreciation for her un- tiring efforts in their behalf. NOTES m, a. m. 6:30, ' 7:0 6-8 a.m. evening at on the First 0nor of the p.m. Saturday Cathedral Aid Society The regular meeting of the Ca- thedral Aid Soclty was held in Cathe- dral Hall on Monday, June 4th, at g;15 p.m. In the absence of the pres- Tdent, Mrs. J. J. Keller, Mrs. Frank Gibbs, vice-president, " occupied the chair. Reports from the various Cir- cles were made by the chairmen of the Circles and much interest was shown in the reports as they were made, as they evidenced increased in- terest in the work of the society dur- ilg the past month. During the sum- mer months, July and August, the So- iet will.suspend meetings and in Ilace of the meetings'of the Societz, [meetings of the executive committee will be held, These:will be 'attended by the chairmer of the various Ci- I les and'by the of.ricers of the Society. .The Society, voted to assist in mak- 00aint 00obn's 0000minarp u r z t SECURING FOR THE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK THE EDIYCATON AND TRAINING CF WORTHY ECCLESI- ASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY FOR THE PRIESTHOOD OF ARKANSAS. Any Flt Burse or Share in An Incompl Burn May Be Do- nated in Memory of the Deceased. New Burs or Down,ions Toward An Invarwplete Burst Will B6 Gtfull Reatived and Recorded. A Burse Is a Sum of Money Invested and Drawing Enough Inter- est Always to Provile Board, Lodging, 'and Tning for One Seminarian. ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY BURSES COMPLETE ST. MARY'S PARISH BURSE, Hot Springs ..................... $5,000.00 MONSIGNOR TOBIN BURSE, Little Rock ............... ... ...... 5,000.00 ANNIE JONES BURSE, Pine Bluff ............................ 5,000.00 MARY HOLLAND-CRAIG BURSE, Pine Bluff ................... 5,000.00 JOHN M. GRACIE BURSE, Little Rock ........................ 5,000.00 INCOMPLETE BISHOP BYRNE BURSE ...................................... $1,225.00 ST. JOHN'S ALUMNI BURSE .................................. 93700 SACRED HEART BURSE ..................................... 100.00 INCOMPLETE BURSES Bishop Byrne Burse The Burse to be known as the Bishop Byrne, a memorial hon- or to the first Bishop of the Diocese of Little Rock, already has a credit deposit of $1,225.00. This burse calls for no stated amount of donation, and its present sizm total is the result of large and small donations by those interested in p'petuating the name of Bishop Byrne in connection with the priesthood of the diocese which he organized and unto which he gave of his prayers, of his work, and of his life. The Bishop Byrne Burse is a popular one, toward which even donations of one dime or more will be acceptable andreeeive due credit on the Seminary records. Bishop Byrne Burse credits to date: Previously acknowledged .... $500.00 " Donation ................... 500.00 Deflation ................... 200.00 Club Gif ................... 10.00 Rev. Friend ................ 5.00 J. J. M ..................... 2.00 M. E. D .................... 1.00 Martha B ..... ____: ......... 1.00 J. S., Jr ..................... 50 Edw. and John .... .- ........  .50 Total _" .................. $1225.00 St. John's Alumni Burse Previously acknowledged ___ $900.00 .... Rev. Friend ............... 5.00 Rev. Alumnus'15 .......... 10.00 Rev. Alumnus'13 .......... 10.00 Rev. Alumnus'15 .......... 10.00 Morrilton Friend ........... 2.00 Total .................. $937.00 This Burse is a founvation by the priests who have been or- dained from the Seminary and is open to the clergy and the people in general as a ecognition of the present-day success of the, facul- ty and the students of this important diocesan institution. x Sacred Heart Burse Grateful Recipient of Favors .................................... $100.00 " INFORMATION AND DONATIONB Request for further information regarding any or all matters pertaining to the foundation of Burses and the benefits shared by contributors and like- wise all donations should be sent to the Rector, Very Rev. W. H. Aretz, S. T. D., St. John's Seminary, Twenty-fifth and State Streets, Little Rock, Ark. ing the Tag Day of the Playground Association'a success and members of he :Aid will assist in the sale of these tags. The report of the chairman of the Charity Circle, Mrs. Edward O'Brien, was of unusual interest, and displayed much' work on the part. o his&ranch of the society's activities. Events which the society will foster during the present month, are a chick- en supper and sociaI at the home of Mrs. Weaver on June 13th, and a so- dial at the Elks Club on June 14th. Members of the Aid are taking an active "part in the picnic which is to be held on July f6urth in aid of St. Joseph's Orphanage. GOOD COUNSEL CHURCH. School Closing Exercises Good Counsel School closing will take place Friday night at 8:15 in the parish hall. The school children will present a program, after which the graduates will receive their di- plomas. Feast of the Sacred Heart Mass on Friday morning will be at sol Society also will take active part in the Orphan's Picnic. Altar Societ The Good Counsel Altar Society will have a card party next Monddy ufternoon at 3 o'clock in the parish hall, The committee invite their friends to spend the afternoon with them. Hours for Massee Weekdays, 7:30. Sundays, 7:30 and 10:00. Confessions, 4 to 6, 7 to 8:30. St. Patrick's Musical Contest 'A very interesting Musical Contest was held at St. Patrick's Hall, North Little Rock. The youthful partici- pants put forth their best efforts, for the happy occasion, and they were greatly appreciated by the many pat- rons and friends, that attended the performance. The first number "Curious Story," was very prettily rendered. The med- al was won by Miss Elizabeth Pru- niski, as her technic was considered exceptionally good. The prize for the second contest 8 o'clock, and all the children are re- piece, "Petite Valse," was awarded to quested to be present. Devotions in honor of the Sacred Heart, and conse- cration of families will take place after Mass, followed by the Benedic- tion of the Blessed Sacrament. Fa- ther Wernke will then address the children as to the way of spending tetr 'vacation, and the dangers that Miss Francis Beninson, as her rendi- tion was considered the best. In addition to these numbers, each performer played a piece of her own selection, and Miss Laura Wohotski won the prize. The pupils played the numbers from memory and showed careful might confront them. training. They were a credit to their Good Counsel Society teachers and themselves and received The Good Counsel Society will meet full praise from heir friends. new WedneSday night at 8 o'clock, i Two tiny tots, Constance Wilkimski June lath, in the parish haU. AI| and Virginia Guenter, won the hearts members ar0 urged to be present, as of all. by their lovely recitations, arrangements for the summer pro-[which made a very pleasing feature gram will be made.@ The Good coun. of the program. The judges awarded MOTHER JOSEPHINE, SIXTY YEARS A NUN DIES AT THE CONVENT SISTERS OF MERCY ON MT, ST. MARY AGAIN VISITED BY DEATH--LOSE THE OLDEST MEMBER OF THE COMMUNITY. The brightness and the gladness of the commencement sea- son at St. Mary's Academy and the Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, Pulaski Heights, was changed to a mournful sorrow, when dear old Mother Josephine died at 4:30 o'clock on Wednesday Afternoon, June 6. Death came to her in a imacefui repose after several years of a well-merited rest, self.obligated only by the ailments of her 86 years of life, and after 60 years zealously and most actively spent in lhe service of the Lord, studying, teaching, praying, directing the intellectual and spiritual of tim many young novice who became Sisters of Mercy, as well as the hundreds of parochial and 'academic students who went forth from her class rooms with the distinguishing impress of a thorough education. Some of her years found her at the bedside'of the sick and the injured, the ministering angel of comfort and relief. She experienced the awfulness of war, when the Blue and the Gray found refuge and care under her mothering at convent and hos- pital during the days of civil strife. She in a major measure helped to crown Pulaski Heights with the now famed convent and academy of St. Mary. Mother Josephine was a sister of the late Sister Alphonsus, founder of the Sisters of Mercy in Little Rock. During her long span of community years she carried officially the responsibility of the most prominent posts of duty. In turn she acted as Mother Superior at St. Joseph's Infirmary, Hot Springs, and at Mt. St. Mary's, Little Rock. Mother Josephine Carton was born May 5, 1837, in Dublin, Ireland. She is survived by two brothers, Richard Carton of Earl Park, Ind., and Lawrence Carton of Chicago, and a sister, Mrs. Delinda Boyle, of Ottoway, Ill. Funeral services will be held at St. Mary's Academy chapel with a Solemn Mass of Requiem on Friday morning at 9 o'c ock. Final obsequies will be at the Sister's lot in Calvary Cemetery. R.I.P. 1 TENDER TRIBUTE q To the Late Mother Patricia of the Sisters of Mercy, Mr. St. Mary's Academy by Miss Anna M. Joyce. She had done the work of a true we- mail, Crown her, honor her, love her; Weep over her, tears of woman, For the warmest of hearts is frozen, The freest of hands is stilled, And the gap in our picked and chosen, The long years may not fill. Memory walks with us today, and weaves a chaplet of love and devotion around the life and work of the late lamented Mother Patricia. Memor] bids us think of those blessed years "at are gone, and faith points to a beautiful crown, garlanded in Heav- en, its nms precious flowers being those which she planted in our hearts, the seeds of immortality and he hope of Heaven No more of Time is the gentle Mother Patticia, who was the sun- gI[ine of her Community, ever wreath- ed in smiles, ever at her post bidding a royal welcome to all who entered the portals of Mt. St. Mary's. Profoundly happy in the renuncia- tion of the world and all its pleas- ures, hdr forty years of religious life were years of benediction and frui- tion. wlth the quiet manner was lat- ent strength and with the gracious s]mplicity, was a winsome directness, which won the love and admiration of all who knew her. Affectionate, gear tie, refined, sympathetic with a ing and evening prayers, calling down God's benediction on their young lives. Last, but not least, will she be missed by the members of Mt. St. Mary's Alumnae Association. Would that I were sufficiently gifted to give expression to the grateful feelings of emotion surging deep within our hearts. From a tiny seed planted within tlie walls of Old St. Mary's, 'and spon- sored by Mother Patricia, whose watchword was ever "Onward, U- ward," we have blossomed into a most prosperous organizatio. To imve had the privilege of such unmeasurable care and assistance, it is fitting and right that we should strive and continue in our work, and in our efforts and appreciation plant a flower of gratitude in the meadow of memory. We will all miss her.at our re- unions, but her memory will flow on like the clear current of u melodious stream, whose associations are with the sunshine and the shadows, the song of birds and rippling waters at dewy eve, with all things pure, sweet and exalted 'that unite in that crown- ing glory of Catholic womanheod the Sister of Mercy. ORPHAN'S PICNIC Committee Meeting, Monday Night, June llth. The various committees for the Or- pgan's Annual Benefit Picnic will meet next Monday night at the K. of C Hall at 8 o'clock. A complete re- port and final arrangements will be made. The volunteer solicitors will be given their districts. It is hoped that all the parishes will be represent- c]iarm of exquisite loveliness of the ]ed, so that the full list of helpers can spiritual atmosphere of the religious,j be made Monday night. which was ever around her. ] --. , One and all who knew thi. angelic IRISH FREE STATE woman, this ideal Sister of Mercy, will in their human hearts, mourn her loss. In her community, the place left vacant can not be easily filled. But, with silent resignation, the Sisters bow their heads to the will of God and their prayers and supplications in her behalf are borne on the night wind's breath to the T/rone of the Almighty. The hundreds of young girls, whose happy privilege it has been to spend some years under her blessed in.flu: race, will recall with tenderest rev- erence the many lessons of christian morality interwoven with the instruc- tions in the classes of Science and that this was the only manner of corn- Literature. pleting a divorce in Ireland, as the ]n the school room.'she will be sad- procedure of bringing the matter be- ly missed. Day by day, she inculcat- fore the House of Lords had been ed the. seed of religion and piety swept away. within the hearts and minds of those intrusted to her care; striving and en- couraging them to reach the goal " to which they looked forward. Thrice blessed are the little ones whom she taught to lisp their morn- premiums to each for both were equal- ly good. The names of the pupils who were selected from the music class, to take part in the contest are: Misses Eliz - abeth Pruniski, Evelyn Tate, Lucille Vallist b Dorothy Underwood, Francis Beninson, Laura Wokhisti, Constance Wilkimski, .and Virginia Guenter. AND DIVORCE SIITS Dublin, June 4.The position of the Irish Free State relative to divorce hs just been raised in Fee State courts. Mrs. Peard of Dublin, plaintiff in a divorce suit, had obtained a prelimi- nary decree against her husband. Pre- viously it has been necessary to have every such decree of an Irish com't ratified by special act in the British House of Lords. In the Peatd case the attorney declared that ratificatibn woulud have to be sought from the Free State Legislature. He alleged Relctant to Grant. This contention has raised the isue of whether marriages can be dissolved in Ireland. It has always been con- trary to Irish jurispudence to' allow divorce cases to be made absolute by any Irish tribunal, and it is thought that the Free State Legislature wId be very ,reluctant to grant such' per- mission. Justice Dodd, Presbyterian, differed from the attorney's view of the mat- ter, and expreed the opinion that the British Parliament can still ratify di. vorces sought by litigants 'domiciled in ireland. )