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PAGE UGIdrt THE GUARDIAN, JUNE 21, 1930 Social and Personals girl who arrived during the past gladioli and sweet peas, palms and The annual Retreat for the Priests young priest in northern Michigan, nominated July 14, 1927, Miss Catherine Muldin, 943 East week. Congratulations. ferns forming the background. The of out" Diocese opened Tuesday morn- l~a(1 met the jubilarian frequently bishop of Fukuoka. This new Parkway South, left the past weekI flowers being arranged in ivory bas- ing in Nashville. Rt. Rev. F. C. Kelly. ill his work. cese counts 7,333 Catholics d for Washington, D. C, to be present We regret to note the name of Mr. kets. Miss Olivia Longinott~ presid- D. D., Bishop of Oklahoma, will con- ---- personnel of 28 priests at the ordination of her brother to Herbert Moriarty, of 909 Oakmont c~ at the organ, and Miss Mary]duct the Retreat Years of experience ONE THIRD OF AFRICA --- ---- as President of the Extension So- MISSIONARIES FRENCH CATHOLIC ITIONS the Doming,can priesthood Place, on the register of St. Joseph's Welch was soloist. -- " 1 ~Iospital. Here's hoping he will soon Rev. Fr. Leppert, of Nashville, ciety have fitted him for his duties as GET LARGE Miss Corinne Crenshaw, daughter be able to return to his happy tam- brother of the br'de, officiated, as- a Retreat Master We feel sure it : (By N. C. W. C. News Service) FROM E of Mr. and ~Irs. Ed Crenshaw, 1419 ily circle._ slated by Re~. Fr. L. J. Kemphues, will be a rare spiritual treat for all : Paris, June 2. Figures taken from-- - Cart avenue, left last night TAOI[ pastor, our clergy and that the bless'ngs of the newly published "Missiones Cath- Baltimore, Md., June ._ Cart avenue, left last week for a l A young Catholic girl who is fast The bride was gowned in beige God will descend on our Diocese az olicae," official statistical book of the charitable bequests made~ - .......... n-* climb;ng to success in the business chiffon, trimmed in baby Irish lace, a result, ithe Sacred Congregation of Propa- will of the late George C. J ~rip to tJuDa, ~ne ranama ~anal ~o ~l and Nicaragua. ]world is Miss Eleanora Maceri, of with a beige picture hat of transpar- ~ganda Fide, show that one-th],'d of former Baltimore philanthropist i 373 Avery Place One year ago she ent braid. Her bouquet was of Entertainment for Children ithe foreign missionaries in Africa Clwl War veteran, who dmd he~ After a delightful visit with[graduated from Catholio High School. Sweetheart roses and valley lilies, Next week the children of St. are of French origin After France, week, leaving an estate of $~ friends in Washington, D C, Mrs ] and in this short time she has risen made in shower effect. Mrs. Mat-Peter's Orphanage will be entertained with 9i0 in a total of 2,862 foreign 000, were to Catholic charitsm Margaret C McCadden joined a par-l: anP:= o: c~io~hti g?nkN~hd:;tthew J. Sitter, mat~'on of honor, wore by the Press-Scimitar and Loew's priests, comes Belgium with 385, Ita-~educatlonal restitutions. . t. of friends in New York and sail-~ g g n n . . orch!d point d'esprit, with picture hat State theatre They will be guests at ly with 215, and Holland with 209. The Ben Secours Hospital i~ Y ....... il' daunts this ambitious, 18-year-old ! in harmony. She era-fled an m~m a matinee perfornmnce at the State Native born African priests total 127 !city, the chief recipient of M~. ~amrua ~or ~urope ~ne w J " . ea y ' , s bouquet of summer blossoms in pas- theater. The fifth annual Kiddie : -- kins' charity during his life, I~. ~ i~] ]Itel tints. The maid of honor, Miss Revue will be presented next week::JESUIT GEOLOGIST WILL ,largest beneficiary, a bequeathal [ Edith Leppert, was gowned in pink for the beneft of the Cynthia Milk! JOIN ASIA EXPEDITION'000 being given the" i ts~j point d'esprit, with which she wore Fund. Th's is quite an elaborate pro-i ~ [$100,000 of which was ~o]~a.teu a pink picture hat and her bouquet duction of local talent and is surei (N. C. W.C.-Fides) [right and the remainder in the was similar to the one carried by the to afford the children a great deal of: Shanghai, China, June 10. The of trust funds. Fr. Leppert is always welcome, he scaling of the ladder to succe matron of honor. The groom was at- pleasm~e, iRev. Teilhahrd de Chardin, S. U., ~qll Loyola College in is a Memphis boy and one of whom we are justly proud. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Berta have returned from their bridal trip and are at home to their friends with the bride's parents, at 1226 N. Parkway. Mrs. Berta was Miss Louise Gala. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dolan and children of Minneapolis, who have been the guests of Mrs. J. Dolan, 1487 Court, have returned to their home. Mrs Albert E. Mahannah, 1577 Cart avenue, and her nephew, Wil- liam J. Rees, have returned from a motor trip to Mobile, Ala., where they attended the centennial eelebra- tlon of Springhill College. Mr. Ries also attended the reunion of the Om- icron Sigma fraternity, of which he is a member. En route home they stopped at Biloxi and were present at the Confederate reunion. Mr. and Mrs G. W. Harris and daughter, Mary Eloise, 1051 Jeffer- son avenue, and Dr. John Metz, 1045 Jefferson avenue, left last week for Jackson, Miss. Dr, Metz was one of the contestants in the Mississippi state tennis tournament, held last week. The charter members ef Delta Tau Gamma Sorority were entertained in the home of Miss Agneta White, 1632 Missisisppi boulevard. The following officers were elected: President~ Jean Wilson; vi~e-president, Estelle S'tter;~ secretary and treasurer, Mary Margaret McCullough; Sergeant at "arms, Florence Malone; chairmen of social committee, Julia Fenili and Mary Ellen Shea; investigating com- mittee, Eunice Gibney and Josephine Podesta The next meeting will be held with Miss Julia Fenili in her home, 1737 Peach street. One of the most delightful parties for the sweet girl graduates was given by Mrs. A. J. Heintz when she complimented the class of St. Bri- gid's School, of which her daughter was a member. Bunco was enjoyed and a delicious lun~ch served the happy young guests. The home of Mrs. T. G. Barnes, on Cox street, was the scene last Fri- day of a most delightful lYridge party when she complimented her sis- ter, Miss Marion Daugherty, and Miss Muriel McFerrin, who are to leave this week for a Western trip. A color scheme of green and white was car- ried out, both in the decorations and in the ice course served at the con- The many friends of Mrs. Joe clus'on of the game. Punch was dis Kelly of lllO Tutweiler avenue, hear pensed during the afternoon. Mrs. that she suffered a fall last week Barnes was assisted in receiving and and while spared any broken ,bones, entertaining by her mother, Mrs. A. she received several bruises that have C. Daugherty. The first prize, a held her house-bound for awhile, chiffon and lace dance handkerchief, Here's hoping it won't be for long. was won by Miss Theodora Abdalis~ - the seoona, a ~ompact, was capture Miss Catherine Croty, one of the by "" "" --" -- --" "Mms'~artna l'Wl~e'w~n'~es,nze no,. x, n vo ~u,s "'--uor-~ne a r dooo~y p , a a , e - most popular students at the S c e ...... : .... Heart School, spent several days of :to:.)" a~'c~s~:i ~e p?:r~o,:t::~laZc~- her vacation at a local hospital, hay. ' ....... ' tng her ton~-P-,~ r^m^ved~ u . ~* ~"reent~ was arawn oy ~ziss ~;ugenla ~um-.. e " roa ^ h^r "or pus. The hostess presentedMms she m on th high d t~ ~ , - ............ real self uaugnerw w~tn a wm~e ~a purse and Miss McFerrin, a jade necklace. -- ..... Those who had the pleasure of being ~z~er unaergomg a major opera , "present were: Misses Mary Cather tion at St. Joseph s Hospital, Mr. ~.~ f~t,,.! M.... ~r~ 1~.l~nh~-1~ Wiil Usic convalescing, to the Wind~er:--Dorothy ~I~ing'sto~'C1;de dehght of h~s many friends. Rudisill, Elizabeth Bumpus, Marion _ --'--'- . Seymour, Martha Wolfe, Theodor~ It surely is a pleasant sight to see Abdalis, Juanita Waddell, Mary Mr. John Hughes of Tutwiler ave- Theresa McCarver, Mary C. Mangan. hue, back in harness again. Mr.Annie Koch, Mary C. Wallace, Zita Hughes underwent a major operation Koch, Evelyn O'Neil, Gladys Flora- at St. Joseph's Hospital and has been ing, Patricia O'Neil, Elizabeth Kear critically ill. Glad to see you on the nay, Corinne Schuler and Mildred job, Mr. Hughes--just continue and Hagerty. your friends will be more than glad. - The Alpha Kappa Delta Sorority Among the young men who have gathered in the home of Misses Mary returned to Memphis to spend their "l and M'nnie Zanone, 943 East Park- summer vacation with the home folk~ [way South, for an informal tea On m Mr John Welsh, son of Mr and I Thursday they enjoyed a picnic held Mrs George Welsh of Polke avenue i ~v ~ P "[ n R" era'de ark, especially compli- John is a student at St Gregory's men n he our [ ti g t f new pledges, College in Cincinnati. [Misses Hazel Cox, Elizabeth Griffin. "--'---" J Dorothy Moxley and Catherine Chiles. Miss Annie Mae Silk is among the J The initiation will be held some time visitors in our city; she is one of our [ in August. A hayride a~d picnic is Memphis girls who teaches school in jbeing planned for June 80. The next far away Texas. She is with her lmeeting will be held with Mi~s Mar- mother, Mrs, John Silk, on Tutwiler ~garet Cattaneo. avenue. ! ------ "-- -------- ! Miss Evelyn Smith, a graduate of Improvement in the condition ofI St. Mary's School, entertained with Rev. Fr. James F. O'Neil, who has an al fresco dance in Overton Park, been critically ill at St. Joseph's Hos- the members of the class being espe- pital, is the pleasing report being ~ial guests of honor. The school eel- made. We express the hope of many that he w~ll soon be able to return to his post of duty. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gallina of 1793 Evelyn avenue are being con- gratulated on the arrival of a hand- some new son, Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Mascari Jr., of 230t South Wellington street, are indeed proud of the precious baby ~rs, orchid and silver, were used' in the decorations. The Sacred Heart Church was the scene last week of one of the mos~ beautiful weddings of the season. when M'ss Blanche Leppert, daugh tar of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Leppert, became the bride of Mr. Ray H. Mo- ran. formerly of Wichita, Kan. The church was decorated with tended by his brother, Mr. Frances E. Moran of Wichita, Kan., and Mr. Joe Gramlich. A wedding breakfast at Hotel Gay- oso followed the ceremony, the guest list being limited to the bridal party, out-of-town visitors and relatives. Mr. Moran and his bride are spending their honeymoon in Ashevtlle, N. C., and on their return will be at home at 1775 Madison avenue. Among the out-of-town visitors who came for the wedding were: Roy. Fr. Leppert, Mr. Frances Moran of Wichita, Kan.; Mrs. E. J. Klein and Mrs. D. P. Shanahan of Greenville, Miss.; Mrs. T. L. Shanahan of For- rest City, Ark., and Mrs. E. J. Turley of Nashville. An announcement that will be of interest to both our Arkansas and Memphis readers, is the marriage of Miss Thelma Shipp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Shipp of Newport, Ark., and Mr. Edwin Joyce of this city. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Fr. Whitfield, of St. Brig'd's Church. The bride is a valued em- ploye of the Postal Telegraph Com- pany, while the groom is associated with the Memphis Outdoor Advertis- ing Company. The Blessed Sacrament Church was the scene of a double wedding ceremony Monday morning, when Miss Marie Marguerite, daughter of Mr. A. E. Marquette, became the bride of Mr. John Stalm; and M ss Kathryn Collins, daughter of Mrs. We feel that it is only fair to the iaccompany the Transasiatic Citroen ;bther beneficiary of Mr. i Exped~tmn management of the theater and to, " " as geological expert. Ac- terosity while alive, received the Press-Scimitar to mention that:C~dmg to present plans the caravan and St. Mary's Seminary not only the children of St. Peter's[will go as far as West China and Other bequests were: ~ - .. .... ,^ ~. ..... +- h,,~ ~h~ Ithence return to Peking From there The Catholic University of ~ urpnana~ ,,,~ ,~ ~ ~.~o~, ~ ~-.. . ' . . ~]t will proceed to Indochma Father ~ca, Washm ton $10,000, children of the other orphanages of' . . " " i" ' " g ' ' the city. Besides the matinee, the Teflhard, who ~s attached to the Je- Little Sisters of the Poor, children are always provided with suit Museum-Laboratory at Tinetsin, of Good Shepherd, the "goodies" with which to feed their last year journeyed through Shansi ters, and the St. Vincent de "inner selves." in his capacity as counsellor to the ciety, all of this city, $5,000 geological service of the Chinese gov- ! Thomas C. Jenkins, son oi Mrs. Aleta Pera Mulrooney and ernment, financier, receives the larger Miss Avan Giavini left the past week - - the estate. In addition to s for Hot Springs, Ark. JAPAN BISHOP DIES bequest of $2,500,000, he w~ __ his father's homes at ChaSe DE- HS (N. C. W.C.-Fides) vert Sts., and in Baltimore Rome, June 2--A telegram receiv- one quarter outright from Mrs. Rosaria Mascari, wife of Sal- edby the Sacred Congregation of due after all bequests are l vatore Mascari, St., died Saturday Propaganda Fide under date of May the interest for life from morning at the family residence, 230 13 announces the death of the Rt.]quarter of the residue. -] South Wellington Mrs. Mascari was Rev. Ferdinand Thiry, M.E.P., Bishop[ A collection of hi, ;orica 63 years old. She was born in Italy of Fukuoka ,Japan. Bishop Thiry[left to the Museum of A and came to Memphis 37 years ago. was born in Anor, Diocese of Lille,]number of bequests were A faithful member of St. Patrick's France, September 28, 1884, and was[employees. Church and a devoted mother, whose home was an inspiration to many, is the tribute paid to her memory by those who knew her. Surviving are her husband, three sons, Joseph, Fred and Salvatore Mascari, Jr., and two daughters, Mrs. Mary Destifanis and IN THE Miss Josephine Mascari. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon, with ser- vices in St. Patrick's Church. Mon- day morning a requiem High M~ss was sung by Rev. Fr. Hayes for the repose of her soul. The sympathy of a large circle of friends is extended to the bereaved family in the loss they have sustained. G~Ar}I IATION DI~.CITAL MEMPHIS CDNSERVATORY Manic Fogarty Collins, the bride of Mr. Ernest Marquette.~ The ceremony Monday evening, the Memphis ..... .~ .... ~ ~.. ~... ~ v~-~,. Conservatory of Music presented a O""i~anYl:n'*~'i~"t~'~e :r~s=nC~*~f:'~ar=:-- ------ -- r---------------,,- joint graduation recital for Mrs. Jarm Peete Casey and Miss Margue circle of friends and relatives. Beta " " " a.~n ......... ~ ~,,i*s Mi~ ~o~ rite Edmundson. At the close of the quette in blue and Miss Collins in program t e d p omas were present. ,ellow M~ Mar-uette's attendant ed by the Rev. William Lawler, O. P., "~ , "~ ' of St Peter's Church The program Miss Dorothy 'lurner, wore a green " sport suit, while Miss Collins was follows: Mrs Verd Slau hter Senate D Minor, Op 31 No 2 attended by g , . --. " who wore a blue sport suit Mr Wil- (Beethoven,. liam Deupree was best man for Mr.Grillen---Op. 12 No. 4 (Schumann) ar uette was at-Gondohera (Lmzt) Mrs Casey Stalm, while Mr. M q " " ~ tended by Mr. Lawrence Wade. Pink Voice --,:'Th,,rush's Love Song" gladioli and roses in white wicker (Travers); Joy (Gaul), MissEd- baskets formed the decorations of munason. Wohn Spamsh Dance (Grana the church. Mrs. Charles Shannon " "-- " - presided at the organ, while the vocal dos) ; Melodie (Dawes) ; Mazurka solos were beautifully rendered by (Mlynarksi), Mrs. Casey. Mrs. James C. Adler and Miss Marie Piano---Senate Pathetique (Bee- Barbieri. Immediately after the [thoven); Rollers dana l'eau (Debus- r ~ sy), Theme and Yarmhons (Pade ceremony an elabo ate wedd'ng " " " " breakfast was served at the Peabody lrewski), M!ss Edmundson. hotel for the bridal party and fame[ ilies. Both couples left by motor for lREV" N. WILHELM, O. F. M., a bridal trip to Nashville, Ashevi'le, 1 78, DIES IN CLEVELAND S. C., and other places in the East. [ &fter July 1 they will be at home in I (By N. C. W. C. News Service:) .o -. I Clevemna, dune 6---The Rev" Nor- raempnm. . " bert Wilhelm, F.M., who' observ- O. ... ., ~...~.. ...... r Jed his golden sacerdotal jubilee as a mlss ~ary ~tarlaa ~laKe,