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i" PAGE TWO . &apos; ,- _ Mr. Ed. Monahan is spending a few ] Down on the Rio Grande. )reeks at St. Joseph's, Hot Springs. I Mr. and Mrs. John Kirspel of 123 -- , ]McGowan St, returne to Little Rock Rev. Harrold J. Heagney of Cam- last week, ater a touring trip which den is progressing ,p;endidly at St embraced all the interesting point Vincent's Infirmary Miss Mary Holland l'ortis has re- turned to her home at Pine Bluff from the Sacred Heal" Convent in St. Louis. ,J THE GUARDIAN, SATUR DAY, JUNE 26, 1920. i i[ " . . at[on of being with her in hfe and OBITUARY leven unto death and burial. ' " I R.I.P. EL DORADO MOURNS STUDE"N- M---TON Death of Miss Geraldine Signor bla- CRUSADE CONVENTION bony Es.eeme nd Belored by Large Clrcld Of Ireaved Friends (By N. C. W. C. News SmMce.) All Over the State Washington, June 20.--The Second National Convention of the Catholic After a lingering illness of several Students' Mission Crusade will be held months following a nervous break- at the Catholic University, Washing- hony, died on last Saturday evening, present indications an attendance of June 19, at the home of her brother, about 125 students, together with Joe K. Mahony on Beach St. E1 Do- I forty priests and sisters is expected. rude, Ark. These will represent the Catholic in- bank, where good service is the rule. along the Texas coast. Reaching ]New Orleans via Memphis, they spent Leckinl : acce ants of sr lull busi la few days viewing the old and new down, Miss Geraldine Signor Ma- ton, D. C, August, 6, 7 and 8. I sections of this interesting city. From ]there they took the Coast Line with }stopovers at several of the Gulf cities, [making a final stay at Rio Grande n n an erc [river, with St. Juan as their head- The smaller checking accounts are given the most careful detail attention at 'thk The checking accounts of small businesses Miss Anna M. 3oyce of the Guard- , Funeral. stitutions of higher learning in all [an staff, with present improvement, quarrs. Side trips were made to Her funeral was held -* ,t ,_ __t ^ the country They are Ruth-  ].. , . " .... l, bxte lY/a o [Jttl-i v ....... ." . .  l may be able to leave St Vincent s Brownswlle, MeAllen, Mlss!ons, am hen,- he-1 ...... | .... " ..... " m. - ....   a  6h Sunda ernoon at erlig at this donvenmn to foster the sho00ly, oth-.r va.ley rosor00s. ,-.- , ...... - .... I . . " - l i, B.I] Y " x#. ,,.. .... , . .i*ur o caoc wlen iev. Gee -l, uv Immstonary spirit amon, Catholic tu - . m, ,,,. rspel, an expert on real  " . . , . . " " " . ..... ]Dermott of Little Rock, officmtmg.|dents, to d,scuss methods of mission- ,, .,_ - Mr. and Mrs. Will Rogoski and R::tGdeITll:'al:: :, :;nth:erStohslThe body was interred in the family!ary 'ork and to gain inspiration for[ :'i"iii' - ?1 "il d Louisiana S daughter, Miss Virginia, left Thurs- . Y |lot of the local cemete ........ I ........... I kJ:;:;.' it   . . ry, ne i:nai sues WOrK outing ne ensure scnol-  '" , " productive seetmns of the South He g   day for California, where they will be " " /re-uiem -ra-er ...... -" - - J -" " ] t .J- " . . - p y  ucmg oIzereu Vy aspic year . '..I the guest of relatives was especmlly taken wth the alfalfa }F_,. .............. 7 .. ] ..... " .  . I  -- " and corn cros makin- '-'- -" .... | ,,,,cr mcuermo.. Ala bon the! ,he vlSSlOn urusade is now about " v,,  -me ,nspec- home and ra tion of the latter whi L g ve services, several|two years old. having been organizen . Miss Sallie Gracie sailed Thursday . y . . ch.he found to close associates of the deceased, in/in July 1918, "at a conference held in l average over 1 ee in StalKS wln a  nm afternoon from New York City on:, ' ............ saddened voices, rendered appropriate lTechnv, Ill At that time it consisted[ 1 I  ur f Euro e i heavy narves o o. x wnie uorn, h .... : " [ -  ===== - the Imperator for a to o P "'o ...... ymns ]n connection with the ritual-]of thirteen societies. Today it con- - She will return home in September ...... n ears x4 inches long anti very egu'. " istic ceremonies, tai ,= .-a -, .__ :_.,[lowIn' g the publl'c announcement that lilt| I11 lll Illll tar ano eomnac Kernels. It is quite ..... ns more than ,o ,,,,u , ,,, Jl . s ...... II/l |'Hl! LIlIIII l an admission for Joh- ..a. .... a^ l'enaer Trmute. [begun to grow. Its purpose is to co-|SUCh a .'urn s urgen.y neeoeo, mane II P/Ill Ill/llll S lit lVllZl lie " r " Mrs. Gordon Stevenson and son ,[ ....... :render tribute to her nious Christ- | ordinate all missiona,-., a-tivi * .... r ]at the annual commencement exer- I|II|INI| Illtllll _, . ........... [clares nere is somerninr bette., than . ..... "- ' " I ,#   ,* -/ . aaaaaau amu tlyue aria arie, reurnea o merle] .... " .... o - mn aria hatnoiic life and death was|r'ed on bv rouns of Catholic u-i cIses" [nls own ArKansas nolalngs. ' " .  ..... Rock Thursday after spegdmg the I offered m a few words by Father Me- [dents. Each of these affiliated groups / The Rex'. Edward J .Tivnan, S.J., Made by winter in Texas. I ORPHANS' PICNIC Dermott at the conclusion of tim/called units, is independent in the|president of the institution, has issueo Igll gl'v -- [' THURSDAY, AUGUST 5 home service. He said, that her whole ]management of its own affairs, nur-[a public statement in which he points A DAAA Miss Mamie Donohue left Tuesday I , -- life was a preparation for a happy]sues its own methods of missionary]out that the student body has multi-. 'qPhA I/IGo , night for San Francisco with the Ark-I "Ihe Working Committee for the St. death, and this her dear Lord vouch- i work, and makes its contributions di- [ pl':ed tree times during the past a, ,,av ,o ansas delegation to the Democrat[el Joseph s Orphanage Pmnm held a shied her, in having passed awaylrectly to the missionary agency of its twelve years and that a buihling fund Joe Jung . meeting las l, riaay nign win l<ev/ .... .   " . conventmn. She will spend the re'!H w wo,t. .... "i,, ..... fortffmd wth all the graces and the]own chmce of $00000 and an endowment fu d mamder of the summer m California, i The old reliables were thore and consolatlon the rehgmn she loved sol Among the moblems which will be for a like amount are requircd. returning from Long Beach late in this year's picnic received a great ira- well could obtain for her. Hers was discussed at the convention are the He pointed to an enrollment of 2,740 as an indication of the high est:ma- tion in which the university is held and declared that a new science build- ing- and a library and administration building were absolute necessities. PROOF OF LOVE. The proof of love is in giving. A :love that gives nothing, that makes no sacrifice, but asks all, is not love; it is selfishness. Love is large and generous, high and h01Y, while self- ishness is narrow and greedy, low anti mean. It is the very essence of sin. He that seeks only his own loves not August. l pctus at this initial meeting Hearty co-operation was promised to make I the 1920 picnic the banner event of bliss Margaret Martin left Monday night with the Arkansas Delegation l the summer. Thursday, Augfist 5, has been de to the Democratic Convention at San eided upon as the grand fete day for Fneiaco, Cal. She will spend two,St. Joseph's Ornhans. months touring in California and +,,,I Some few m=rangements were ler .... I fected, but the real nreliminary act[v- west. " " I ities will begin with the next meet ing. which will be held in the K. of C. Rev. Father Steinhauer, S. V. D. hall, Scott street, on Friday nigh t pastor of St. Bartholomew's Church, ;July 2. is at Shbal Creek this week conduct-] ing a retreat for the Benedictine Sis- I NORMAL TRAINING SCHOOL ters. Next week he has the same] Latest Returns f'----"mn Par'shes program scheduled for the Sisters at St Mary's Church. Paragou]d. $130.00 Jonesboro. Rev. Jos. M. Hoffinger. Pastor. a life of faith, of hope and of love With these, vi%ues in all her years was he animated to such a perform ance of good works, as to make her death a grief epoch in the lives of those who knew and loved hm,, and of these, we must count her immediate family and in host, the men, women and children who had profited in her loving associations with them, To all, she left the heritage ef a good life, a good example, and the memory of a death' assuring ef an eternal life. Her great reliance was. on prayer and the Sacraments. With these she tried to go His way, know His truth establishment of a Crusade organ, the cover!rig of the country by mean: of traveling representatives who will personally present the mission cause to all institutions of higher lemming, and the various means to be adopted in carrying on missionary work in different eJasses of institutions. Rt. Rev. Thomas J. Shahan, D. I)., rector of the Catholic University of America, is president cf the organi- zation; Rt. Rev. MsgT. F. J. Beckman, D. D., president of Mt. St. Mary's Seminary, Cincinnati, Ohio, i- chair- man of its executive board and . Floyd Keeler. of the Apostolic Mis- God or man, and to love only self is to miss the sweetest of life, its hopes, its aim. its end, and to starve the soul to death. HELLO CENTRAL! Give Me 1926 or 1927 ,, t,:,,, o llRUfl S]Ohl.. The Store of Quality Ninth and Rector Safety In Depositing Your SOUTHERN I you not only obtain for.your funds and 4 pet' compounded twice a year, I know that your money is l able whenever you may Rememher that a posited regularly at will produce far better the !lffrequent de amounts. SOUT TRUST The Mercanti'e Trust Com- pan00 of St. Louu acts as trustee under mun.cipal and corpotalwn &nd issues. Our efficient organization with Capital and Surplus of $10,000,000 and serving ur 100,000 patrons, is at yo,ur command. Address : Pjorporation Department.  / . lV[eecar00tile Tr00s/Company D IXCT  TO T. ='=vs . w= ST. LOUIS " President   , St. Patrick's Church, North and love ttis life antl her recompense sion House Brookland n , i. 6e'd Rt Rez Monsignor Tob'n, D D l .............. , .- ". , -" , " , . ., s ,, ,, anti Rc ..... P n Boyle of this city are AL,HO Ig0CK ............... ilZILI)0 ntt'e on earth came to her as in answ- set reta,-'; .., and io ,;n cllal eta" "e, ...... '" ;Iu.. .C_.eetlXo" '" " Rev. A. Demurger, Pastor.. l er to her frequent nra er o her . at Galveston, Texas, attendants at hear--' ..... ,,'= y-- t work of propaganda. "emy uoner, l-l.oly .lary, pray the Silver Jubilee celebration of the THE "ORPHANAGE" GUARDIAN fm me n ......  ....... , .... ' - [ , ow ann a me hour o1: my I, ORDHAM UNIVERSII'Y Very Rev. Jas. M. Kerwin, V. G., one - d'eath ...... " - of the most highly esteemed priests Specihl FAition to be Published. !living" she ;vner :n::ed hway,,v wht . TO SEEK $1,000,000 m the South. t the Guardmn s very busy theselpresence of God and when death came] (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) - (lays in preparation for the annuallto her body her soul found eternal I New York, June 21 elms for a Sster M. Wlnffred of St. Loms, lspecial issue o our paper in the in-]refuge .in His adorable Preence Icampaign to raise $1,000000 to cart and Sister M. Vcron ce ot tantmee, terest of the St Jose h's Or hans e ' "', -'- " " ' ' " ' "" "" Ill -f the L-e,,i-- Order r visit-I ", ...... " P ,: , p g "/ tier Life and Works. ]on the work of Fmlham University ............  "  . I ,InS msue TEl oe pure[shed with[hi Miss Gerahline was born in El Do-lure being carried for,ard b} mere ins Sister M Joln Bunt[ t of M  the next few weeks on Jul ....... / " "" ,, ' ' - , " . . - ' " ." - ,, y l, ]r ],laao, ou l*arch 3, 188, of Edmondlbers of the Alumni Associat:on fol- Maty s, Pulaski Heights, and thmr s n osmble, and ts pubhcatmn rein t ld Mar Rosins ' ' ' " " " " " ' .... P "]:- Y ." (Kloffcr) Mahcny / " parents and family, lVh and Mrs  , : : .:_ " . . , " '" *'l'ss to be of material help in swell- Her father was a native of Queens- - .... ! /ties. w. vattingly. .  . , i , Ino the I lCnlC Fund, the pesent town, h'eland, her lnother was of tliel -- --'- " " ["licitus effrts f Father WernkelKlffer farflily' ht residents of EII !i____._ Exteudt! V:mt. [and h!s picnic committee, tDorado. 'Both parents are deceased t M s Maw Po,beck of 609 East t , , anti e r. " -" ' ' Lao, yt,ars Orphanage Edition of|" G.rahline is survived by her[ 16th St., is making an extended visitlthe Guard!an netted the fund overlbrotherA Bart H. Mahony of Fe]sen-] wth relatives m St Lores Calm Ill hIl  ' " " ', " " . "", "" - . 15600 This year holds ood nromise l,  , A'k.. Judge Emon O. Doctor F Buffalo md Nlag  ] ls N Y.  O m  [ " "  .... , idesp,te tll fact that it has been an . : d ,,tier. Joe K. Mahoney, of E "--  unusuall svere year unon our financi- Dorado K. I. G. CLUIL , - al, industrial and mercantile establish-I Her early .education was acquired l The K 1 G Club was o g niett at  'In th , .... a" r a, "" " ment.' all of which wele found to be l" e s*Jlools of E1 Dor'tdo. Sne l the home of M1 . i, zaboth Rug ' " L " : :  " " " i "}'listed in answer to the many drives ]tk a course in tim St. Agnes Acad-] )5 . , , , r 21 Batte St , June 10tn lhe   em at Texad(ana under  r .. Y ", - 'and 'ubscriptions elicited for church Y " ''" -, th. di cc-[ nrst meem w'ts hed t the home of tJ ' " . g '* ". " " . and chamtable purposes. . on o. Smtm Thonmsma complet'ng Mss Catherine A,:alr, 400 Commerce I With but few xce,,tion- ta, +-I at the Peabody College in Nashville " St., on June 16, when the followngl . . ", "  ' "": w]'P,m, _. , . . ,,. . . - our grea surprise, nese are number-[ .... .(nncers were etectc,: u,.::s uauerine ed among a few cf the Catholic'firms) [ Her memory will be always cher- Adair, President; Mis Louise Hum,; ........ ,IDhed by the school chiIdren - El -S C "at .......... I "VlI', U -J. LOwrle our aumorizeu " - "* e rev y; rams frame tossnaru,, se, lieitor has meg with heart,, and 't?rad of th'is generation. Her life Treasurer and Miss Elizabeth Ring, ' generous re@oases all along th; line i wrk wa. that of instructing them as Social Chairman. ,  - , .. 'a teacher of the Imblic sehoo's Hm lhis cha:ity cal, mane in ne name I .... , . .  ,  ". , '[ ,. *- .... . ..  .. . eI:l:lelenc,l In el1. S WOli, aria ner TDDDIIlh"I DtDrllJ I0i l:nc oIlelal organ oI me L;anollC' " " "  I , ............. t l)vable dlsnomt:on in matters d's- llocese OI 1A1he .IKOCK, floes nol; / . - " ' [ o  .   . , " . . . o . " ,. , . ' " . p2; fK: :he G sT:;ebtgy:I?s:U:::: f!:ihteliTi;:/og ?:i:::'aP::eSs e. i![?}!Yem7:f f tharemhe@.l{!e:!ld:hee t Hum, at her home. 918 Den[son Sun , 'P g ph . "n this man-I. : . " :  , " " I DY her friends "Miss Deenfe" be- I ner, b onenm u its a es for the , , day evening, June 20, in honor of her, Y " g P ' P g " Is " <:' s:xteenth birthday Dancing was a Idiplay advertisements of those who .peaks the" home., feehng engendered would first help the children and al-I y net nole_traits o_f womanhood. feature of the evening, until a late so employ the Catholic paper as a,I AIlevout Catloli,, i lic. state-wide publicity medium, The Outside the home circle, there is probably none who will cherfsh her Guardian is seeking no selfish ends, memory more sincerely than her co- but that o fostering diocesan enter- religionist an eo-wcrker; the' priest prises, and St. Joseph's Orphanage is and people of the little Catholic one of our special interests. 'parish of' the Gandlan Angel. Miss The whole-hearted cooperation of "Deenie" was always the" fai'thful at- the majority of our non-Catholm tendant, fulfil'ling all the obligations attached to tbs devout practfee of her Catholic fafth. She refereed in the gift of fMth and preformed her duties according i ft.s holy Fght. Her ex- ample of true piety was an inspira- tion for others less bsy than she, to be arert in all matters pertaining to the worship of God and the sa'.vation I of souls. Truly did she.work out her I own salvation through the sacrament- 1 al graces of her Church and the go-[ ins about doing good unto others. Appreciat!on. Friendly and neighborly apprecia- tion of Miss "Deenle" was very mani- fest in the large number who attend- ed the funeral last Sunday afternoon, The ladies of St. Edwm:d's congre- at boO( the house and grave exer- . t.,' Ration wil entertain with an ice cream c'ses: From near and far came large " ""' social, at St. Edward's hall, on Tues- ousness and brightness as the Catho- and beautiful floral tokens, filling all . , day, June 29.. The following ladies lic Church .... Life is dark enough l availabl, space in the home and mak- ,, :. are in charge:,t Mesdames Paul Lut- and hard enough as'it is; theCatholieing of the grave lot a veritable bower tie, Will Frierich. Casper Mergen . faith floods it with lght and joy' and, of leaves and flowers. When all was .," chroer Marie Kester Christians hope .... It is the enemy of morbid-' ever, her loved ones could well say 0 " " o  [ . Meuwley and Josephine Russ . ncss and scruple, which haunt he i that to Miss "Deckle" they did their 2. _ -. _ " footsteps of so many who are striv-lall as she would have them and inl PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERSI _tug to be good. '- 1o doing, theirs is the sweet consol-I hour when refreshments were served. ..... Those present Were: Misses Gladys Smith, Thelma Arche, Lelia Redmand, Marie Helm, Elizabeth Ring, Agnes Von Lear, Catherine Adair, Marie Danforth Kate Ducal, Gerald Hogan, Clyde Stevenson, Clyde Steele, Choice Elliot,' Gyp Robinson, Gum Paule Henry Hamilton', Joe Piiol, Cliffora business mcn in this helpful work O al Smith and Alonzo Hol will sure') meet with the kind con- qMwe  .[ sideration of the large majority of P "l ' comb. }the Catholics of the dlocese, whol LAWN PETE, are accustomed to the bickerings of l the few leading (?) Catholics ever The ladies of Our Ixady of Good pre=ent in our midst bolding a groueh Counsel Parish will entertain on We(t- I and ever trying to spread it in their neday, June 30, with a Lav'n Feteown small and selfish circles. on the School Grounds, 9th and Bishop _We are glad to know our friends Sts. All kinds of amusements for and The GuaPdian readm tlaroughout the ehildPen in the afternoon includ- the (lioce,e will have the opportunity ing fish pond Dancing and cards in of knoing them with the publicat!on the evening. A good time is promS-!of the .Orphanage Edition of The ed to all. Guardian, July 31. ICE CREAM SOCIAL [ JOYFUL A{D BRIGItT, There is no religion so full of joy-