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PAGE TWO THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1920. !'F " iiili :i/! v  :)i i  OFICIAL NOTICE. DiOcesan Collection to Further Propa- gation of the Faith. A collection will be taken up in all the churchd# of the diocese on the Feast of the Sacred Heart, F,daY, June llth. Where this collection is not taken up on the feast day, it may be on the following Sunday. Immediate returns of same are requested. B" order of the RT. REV. BISHOP, H. H. Wernke. Secretary. Master John Kirspel will return from Subiaco College Monday. Messrs. C. F. Moare and J. J. Hol- hmd of Pine Bluff were visiting friends in Little Rock this week. Attorney Jas. A. Gray spent the week-end visiting .old frien(h; at Fort Smith, Fayetteville and Tontitown. Latest reports from St. Vincent's Infirmary tell of the rapid convales- cence of Mrs. Anna Danforth of 1005 Wolfe street. Fathers Peoples and Smith of Lit- tle Rock College were at Mona over Sunday, assisting at Father Fletcher's first Mass. Miss Marie Manley of 1500 Welch street entertained the L. C. Club on Tuelay afternoon. Games were played and refreshments served. The full report of his First Mass at St. Andrew's Cathedral, celebrated b'y Rev. John A. Flaherty, failing of timely receipt, will have space in our next issue. Rev. Thos. L. Keaney, A. M., of IAttle Rock College, left for his home at Hopkinton, Mass., last Sunday eve- ning. Father Keaney returns early in July to begin his work on the teach- ing staff of the l)ioeesan Normal "rrainin School. Mr. Eugene Rodin(rod of Fort ,news Smith, covering Eastern Avkan.as and Louisiana in the interest of ldl- road freight busines.% slopped over f in Little Rock Mond-ty and visi:(,d i his sisters, the Misses Mary and ,,argJe, nurses at St. Vincent':; In- firmary. New Residents. Mr. Edw. J. Tschann and family are soon to occupy thee' recently pur- chased home on Fifteenth street, No. 2214. They have disposed of their business holdings at Pangburn, Ark. Mr. Tschann is now of the Arkansas sales office of an automatic cash reg- ister and bookkeeping machine, and will ply the state for the sale of same Strozek-Bieganski. Miss Mary Strozek of Marehe was lmarried at 9 o'clock Wednesday morn- ing to Stephen Biegauski at St. Mary's Church. The br:dal party included Miss Annie Stozek, sister of the bride, as maid of honor; Miss Stella Sbrna, bridesmaid; Charles Strozek, brother of the bride, as best man, and John Carna, groomsman. A recep- tion followed the wedding ceremony at the home of Mr. and Mrs Charles Chudy, 1603 Marion street. Barski-Graham. The wedding of Miss Hedwig A. Browning, Emma Marie Eichelman, Mabel Frances Tully, Marie Webb, Anna Josephine Monna, Ruth Eliza- beth Guidici, Pauline Rvsalie Lochrie, Mary Marguaret. Mary Patrician Ann Powel, l, Mary Lydia Scherer, Irma Leone Samson, Marie Josephine Han- nure, Lula Mary Brunn, George Theo- dore Houck, Chm'les Joseph Scherer, William Carroll McCullen, Joseph Glenn Hare. Cathedral Notes. The hours for Mass will not be changed during the summer. Rev. Albert Biever, S. J., preached on "Devotion to the Sacred Heart" last Sun(lay night, and no doubt an increased interest in the work of the League of the Sacred Heart will be the result of his splendid sermon. The Cathedral School closed Men- (lay night with the largest graduat- ing class in its hlstory. Juanita Mundo, one of this year's class won the Alumnae Scholarship at Mt. St. Mary's Academy. Annual Banquet. The annual banquet ..ff St. Mary's Alumnae Association was largely at- tended last Saturday evening at 6 o'clock at the academy (lining hal)/. For the occasion the hall was beauti- fully decorated in lavender and white the academy colors. 1.ave.nder sweet l)Cas were profase.ly used. Nineteen new members were adm'itted to the Alumnae Avsocmtlon. qoasts and le- .lconscs were made by a number .'of the alumnae and members of the graduating class. Maay Sympathizers. Miss Anna Joyce of the Guardian stall' is too ill now to attend to the 'social -rod personal items concenaing olhers. She was seriously stricken iwith lumbago last Thursday, prior t.o the funeral of hvr cousin, the late ]Miss Ellen Battelle, making it tin- ,possible f()r her to attend the funeral from the .levee home. She i. "s vet confined to the bed, hut expects to be on the convalescent list in a few clays. I-I(w many friend' hope that .:uch ,,nod ! will be of early receipt. OBITUARY J Mrs. A. L. Ginocphio. l.'tmeral serwees for Mrs. A. L. Ginocchio, 32 years ohl. who died Sat- urday night at her home, 605 West F.omh street, were held at 9:30 Mon- day morning at St. Andrew's Cathe- dral, Seventh and :I,ouisiana streets, in charge of Rt. Rcv. Monsignor Tobin, D.D. Burial was in Calvary Come- [tory. Pallbearers wex.: John Ketch- or, Bruno Egner, Ed Wortsmith, J. E. McGowan, W. J. Flynn and T. G. Ori'. She is survived bv her husband, her Iparents. Mr. and ih's. om Mason of I North Little Rock; one brother, Joe Mason; four sisters, Mrs. Joe Mathis, North Little Rock; Mrs. Henry Mc- Millan, Texarkana; Mrs. W. W. Walk- I t zr, Van Buren. and Miss :Aggie Mason, North IAttle Rock. M:ehaei Cichochi. Funeral se tices for Michael Cichocki, 23 years ohl, who died at 1 p. m. Sunday at the family residence, 816 Magn.olia street, ,North Little [Rock; was held Tuesdax morning at St. t atrick Church, Seventh and C.- Barsli of Munistee, Mich., and How- press st,ees, Nortla Little Rock, in ard L. Graham of Owensboro, Ky., charge of Father Demerger. Burial took place at the home of Mrs. T. J. was in Cah, ary Cemetery. He is sur- McCarthy, 2415 Gaines, Tuesday[vived b3 his parents, Mr. and Mrs i Frafik i Cichocki; one brother, Pete; afternoon at 2 p. m., the ceremony be- [four sisters. Mrs. Rosie Drew, Har- ing performed by Monsignor Tobin. The bride wore a becoming gown of rell,.Okla.; Misses Helen, Marie and ..... . . ,xr_n, -ll of North Little Rock. He white net wih hal; ann accessorms o --,", -- match. There were no atendants]was a member of the Carmen Local Immediately after the ceremony Mr.(No. 114. and Mrs. Graham left for Hot Springs, '   _ __...'.. 'where they will spend tlaeir honey- CONTROl, YOUR TI;MI "1'. In'DOlL "Reckon," says Epictetus, "the days To Tour Europe. fin which you have not been angry. I Miss Sllie Geie left Little Rock fused to be angry event day; uow e,ery last Wednesday for New York, where lot.her day ;then every third and fourth sh will emain a short time before lday; ni if you miss it so long as e " " " s her denarture on a European tour. ! thirty days, offer a sacrifice of thank.- t he has serwations on the world's , giving to God." The advice is warthy. largest liner, the Imperator, sailing Those who follow it will taste some-[ on June 19. Miss Gracie expects tl.qing of the joys of life. Those who l ' re udmte t and continue hfe wzth a return about September 1. I p " " " " " Baptized at Morrilton. i..empiteaL quarrel upon their hands will have their own share of misery Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Frey- [and have the satisfaction of inflicting ......... :'^n Ark May !erual, if not greater, evil on others. :tl(lennoven, o morru, , ., , , . dau hter Emma Louise. The ,The man who is wedded to the pan- 31, a g. , ...... .^...n... [sion o fanger and refuses a divorce infant was baptize{1 a ne ,,-,,,-. I. .- .... " -'s-ess and . - o. _a... ,,  the Rev l.,' (no emno(llmen el nem.. Father Goebel, C. S. Sp., oflleiating, is worthy of whatever of misfortune Sponsors were Miss Grace Rohlman and ill-repute men and the gods see and joseph B. Wirges, both of Little fit to inflict.--Ex. Rock." Mother and babe are doing nicely. St. Augustine truly tells us that 'Mary is the Flower of the field, from Confirmation of Adults. whence hath sprung up that preciou. The following is alist of the adu]t Lily of the Valley, by Whose Birth who were confirmed in the Cathedral the natm of our first parents is 1 Sunday: Helen Susanka, Mary changed and their fault removed. , ' n Buddenherg, Rosina, Mar Corrga , Mary : He(tie  Hurley, , g se Mary PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS. c CITY CHURCH 7 DIRECTORI Hours of Devotion St. Andrew's Cathedral, corner Seventh and Louisiana treets--Sun- days: Masses at 7, 9 and 11 (high); evening services at 7:45; First Fri- day evening services at 7:45, Rt. Rev. Men. Then. V. Tobin, Rector; Rev. H. H. Wernke, Assistant. Residence 617 Louisiana street. Phone 3799 Main. St. Edward's Church, corner Ninth and Sherman streets -- Sundays: "[asses at 7, 8:30, 10:30 (high); even- ing services 7:30; Friday evening ser- vices at 7:30. Rev. Maurus Rohner, O. S. B., Pastor; assistant, Roy. Plus Zroyssig, O. S.B.. Residence 813 herman. Phone M. 5089. Our (ly"of Go'0d Counsel Church, Ninth and MarshallSundays: Mass. es t8.an 10 (high). Rev. P. H. Boyle, pastor. Residence 1615 W. Ninth. Phone 4411. St. Bartholomew's'---hurch (coloed) Sixteenth and Marshall streotsSun- [days: Masses, 7:30 and 10:30 {high); evening services at 5:30. Rev. J. J. Steinhauer, "S. V. D., Pastor. Resi- dence 1615 West Sixteenth street. I Phone M. 2994 . St. Patrick's Church. North Litth Rock, Seventh and Cypress streets-- Sundays: Masses at 8 and 10 (high); evening .--ewices at 7:30. Roy. A. Demurgr, Pastor. Residence 706 )Vve street. Phone M. 4102. St. Mary's Church, North Little Rock, Fifteenth and Moss streets-- ,undays: Masses at 8 and 10 (high); evening services at 7:30. Roy. Peter artodziej, Pastor. Residence Six- l teenth and Moss streets. Phone M. t 6686. I.AFAYETTE CONVENTION FOR NEW YORK The next Supreme Convention of the Knights of Columbus, to be known .') as the Lafayette Convent(n. will be the largest in the histoLT of the or- ganization. The convention has been awarded to New York despite the un- written rule that K-C convenlie:'- '.alternate bet,,en (lifferen tates o? the Uni(n, and that tne i.st two an- nual conventions were hehl in New York. But New Ym'k is the port from which 1,000 Knights will sail for France to present to that republic the K-C statue of Lafayette, and as this pilgrinmge will keep the mem- bers of the party abroad and on the seas for approximately six weeks, time and convenience demand New York. The convention will be the thirty- eighth annual meeting of the govern- ing belly of the K. of C., and will be the ccasion for the greaest gather- ing of Catholic laymen in the history of New York. Hundreds will come from all parts of the United States, Canada, Newfoundhmd, Cuba, Mexi- co, the Philippines, ere. The con- vention will be heId on August 3, 4, 5, and on he aftemoon of the 5th the one thousand Knights will embark [on the pilgrimage to France. By t"e time they reach France the K-C vette, with,its four bas- t statue of Laf?. reliefs, wil b(. in place in Me(z, reaay for unveiling by Marshal Foch and for the dedicatory address by Presi- dent Deschanel of France. James A. FIaherty of Philadelphia, Supreme Knight of the K. of C., will present the statue. From now until July the K-C will make a thorough survey of their activities and of new avenues for welfare work in addition to their schools and employment bureaus. Their future operations will then be decided at the Lafayette Convention at the Commodore Hotel. "The wrong way always seems the most reasonable." DIOCESAN NOTES JONESBORO. The school chihlren and teachers of St. Roman's School, Jonesboro, are re- ceiving much praise from the public for the splendid rendition of their closing exercises Thursday, June 3. The prog ram follows: 1. "Two Little Honey Bees," Clover Blossoms, 12 little girls. Honey Bees--Mary Stack and Fran- ces O'Brien. 2. Floral Red, White and Blue, Drill, 22 girls. 3. Topsy Tursy Drill, 24 boys. "OLGA" or OUT OF THE SHADOWS INTO THE SIGHT! Dramatis Personnel Scene I.--Room in Farmohuse. Uncle Styles, an Oht Farmer ...... ............... Ray mend Dupwe Aunt Kitty, his wife ............ .............. Mary Ellen Cams The smaller checking accounts are given the most careful detail attention at this bank, where good service is the rule. The checking accounts of small businesses Union and Mercantile Trust Company Second and Louisiana Street Myra (Oyga), an orphan ........ "-r ............... Genevieve Mason school, the grown-ups are sober and Scene II.--La Mercede Convent. industrious. The Bishop congratu- Mother Angelica, Superioress .... lated us and told us to continue on ................ Charlotte Stack these lines; he feared for us only in Violet Jameson, an m2)han ..... (the danger that we might be un- Cathrine Murray I .............. I Ame:'ican and un-Christian regarding Mary Sove, her friend .... Lena Metz[ our family life, if we followed in the Scene III.--Mrs. Staurt's Sitting[ Room. i steps .of so many so-called Americans ..... t,,, Staudt,to whom matrimony meant but the fl'l rs. IH al'L ............. rv [ Carrie, her child ...... Laura Hopkins ]immorality of the divorce courts. Bessie, her child .... Maxine Harrison[ This we assured him was unheard AunLMercy, a colored servant.., of among clean living Catholic Ital- .................. Jack Murray tans. He said that such was true of Italians, wire were good Catholics, Hepsey, a colored girl .......... .............. Elizabeth Murray not .only in Arkansas, but through- M,.(lame Adelarde...Ca(brine Stau(tt out the worht. Ore" pastor, Rex'. Father Haeringer, Scene IV.--Room in Wm Ohlel- of St. Vincent, Ark., is ever instilling arde's House. Pearl Adelarde, her invalid (laugh- like sentiments when he is among us. tor .............. Hilda M. Falk He says if we ave true to our Catho- Charlotte, her maid ..... Nellie Ba(13 lic principles that it will surely fol- Father De Joie, a Jesuit ......... low that we shall be tae to our country. ............... Raymond Dupwe Piano Duets--Ma:'y Wehb and L(:)na Metz, 1,ouise Bauer axxd Mary ,Vebb. h'ma Nellis and Mildred Ger- .heval. ARMSTRONG SPRINGS. We are taking the advice of His l.ord::hip in having the Guardian in every home Enclosed you will lind a P. O. order to (:over the following .ubscriptions. Please mail the pa- pers to the following at Center Ridge: Nicholas De Salvo, Joseph Figo, Luke De Salvo, Angelo P. Palodinv. Robert Palodlna. Joseph Andrew, Carmile De Salvo, Andrew Figo, James Zartingo, R. A. Palodino, Pete,.. Lamnie, Pasco Zartinge, Fanny Palodino, Paul Ros:d, Philip Denbro and IL Pat.odino. PINE BLUFF. l,am pert-Westall Nuptials. " Miss Louise bampert and Joseph Hare'eli Westall, Jr., were married last n;ght at St. Joseph's parsonage, Roy. P. J. Higg;ns performing the ring ceremony, in the presence of relatives and a few friends. Miss Jennie aNunderlin was maid .of honor. She wore a gown of tan bead- ed georgette and carried pink roses. Miss Mary DeFevere of Bartleville, Okla., and Miss, Anna Mac Lampert, sister of the bride were bridesmaid,. They wore frocks of whige organdy and carried pink roses. The bride entered with her father, who gave her in marriage. She wore a gown of white organdy hung over Dr. O'Malley'.-; inference Wash;nla'ton wax h'ish. etirely right. Deeper man i the spirit. George was Irish, Irish of a very hc was a Sinn Feiner. assertion needs. I May we not hope that :ome distinguished British standing" at the grave of the ident of the Irish Republic, solemn aclmowledgement lies one of England's" hecause he fought and won, ivgton ,animated hy the erty for all the Kenny, S. J., in America. ARCHBISHOP MANNIX TO VISIT Archbishop Mannix of Australia, has started ol Rome. Within a few arrive in San Francisco there is expected to "Salve Mater," Dr. of his conveision--$2.25 OF HIS CONVERSION "SALVE MATE "HAIL MOTHER!" "Salve'Mater"--"Hafl Mother !"--is the the book just published (by Longmans, Co., New York), in which Frederick man, until recently the Protestant Bishop of Delaware, tells the story of his to the Catholic Church. " The book was written in the silence and of the woods of Maine, where Dr. Kinsman after publicly resigning his Bishopric, and ing the orders of the Episcopal Church, reunion. Ten days after it was finished--an the author describes as "the last act of a ended"--Dr. Kinsman was received into _3 l THE,GUARD4AN IN EVERY HOME I ] I-- ' .... ' , ' /, ;, ', , :7 '  ,, / The Book of the Protestantism .... HUMAN INTEREST Rare Vividness--Exceptional Literary His Return to the Faith of His Fathers  i: Catholics THIS BOOK Price $2.25 (Net) THE BOOKERy, 309. W (City) .................................. (State) ..................... ...- ...... (Residence) ............................. "" II STOP..REAl)..WRITE .' CUT OUT .. SEND NOW Date .......... - .... .......... 1920 THE GUARDIAN 309 W. Second Street, ' LRtle Rock, Ark. " Gentlemen: Enclosedfind $ .............. i ....... for....... ..... year's subscription to THE GUARDIAN, Beginning with'. ......... issue. Mail Same to i (Name) ...................................... 51a.s will be celebrated at l0 o'clock next Sunday monfing "tt St. Paul's Church, Father McDermott was at Bald Knob last Sunday for the regular i monthly Mass. Several of the con- gregation wlm reside in Judsonia [ were much disturbed over the. closing ] of a local bank With fhe going of I the la;;t car of strawberries, went two of the bankers. The destination of i the strawherries is known, not so with two of the leading citizens o[ Judsonia. It is not known as yet] how nmch money they took with them, hut their trusting neighbors fear that they took all the strawberry money, which means everything to the Jud- sonia people. Men of loose morals and banks with loose supervision on the part f examiners and directors add too much to the burdens o our hard working Arkansas farmers. Keep at. eye on the leading and carving who handle your money. CENTER RIDGE. The Rt Rev. Misho9 Morn'is was here a few weeks, ago on his tour of visitation and confirmation. His Lordship was told of the constant en- deavors on the part of our over-busy neighbors to make u re Ameri- cans. They have a very big "bug" on what they term Americanizatiort. We feel that we registered 100 per cent; if not we are very close to the percentage of our best fellow citi- zens, taken as. a body. We told Bshop Morris that what we clone in, the way of patriotism and loyalty. We gave of our blood, in our army and navy boys, we bought the Lib- erty and Victory bonds, we have our thrift stamps, )ur chiklren are at slips of white satin, inset and her bouquet was sweet pea shower. Fred Harper of gPoomsman, and Robert mall. The bride is the dau Leonard Lamnert and has ier of the Hotel Pines 'for three years. The groom is the son of Westall, 907 West Sixth is connected with the dry. Mr. and Mrs Westall arc a 625 South State street. Immediately after the wedding supper was gi;en Mr. and Mrs. Westall at the bride, 213 East The home was ated with roses and sweet Among the many ding ,)resents wa a from the Hotel Pines GEOIGE FEIN. Bishop Kinsman's