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PAGE TWO ,, Jonesboro Hospital Honors Graduate Interned By Japs Jonesboro. --St. Bernard's held an informal reception on Mon- day, June 25, at Blessed Sacrament Hall, Jonesboro, honoring a form- er alumnae member, Mrs. Rebecca Carlton Self, who has recently returned to the States following a three year internment in a Jap prison camp. Mr. Leonard Self, shared honors with his wife. The occasion began with a program in which Sister Mary Hilda, hospital superintendent and su- : Alumna Honored perintendent of nurses at the time' of Mrs. Self's student career, gave the welcome address. The school song was sung by the alumnae as- sembly, accompanied on the piano by Miss Marion Byers. Readings were presented by Misses Jane Sellmeyer and Josepha Byers. Reverend J. W. Kordsmeier had the honor of re-presenting Mrs. Self with a leather bound duplicate of her nursing diploma, a gift she says, she treasures more than all other gifts she received. Her original diploma was de- stroyed along with all personal possessions and their home on the island of Cebu. Informal games, paper and pen- cil contests, and bingo offered di- version for the rest of the even- ing. Prizes in the form of per- sonal gifts were presented to Mrs. Self, and each winner selected between candy bars or chewing gum. Many of the gifts had been sent in by alumnae members com- ing from far off states. Dainty re- freshments were served to thirty- one. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Self are Mrs. Self is a member of the shown shortly after their ar- 1929 graduating class of St. Ber- rival at San Francisco, Call- nard's She served in the Veteran's fornia, in April, just two months Facility, then transferred to the after the Americans had lib- Army, where her Army nurse erated them from the Santo career terminated in marriage in Tomas prison camp at Manila. 1938. She lived on the island of Mrs. Self, a graduate of St. Ber- Cebu, and worked for Col. J. T. nard's Hospital School of Nurs- Cook, as a civilian nurse. After ing, Jonesboro, was living on being captured on May 12, 1942 he island of Cebu at the time she was put in charge of a con- of the Japanese invasion, and centration camp, where she mis- after capture was put in charge sed being on duty only twenty- of the concentration camp, eight days "in three long years. where she served as nurse until  = : = her rescue. : Good Shepherd |THIRD DEGREE COUNCILS Donors NEWS Guardian Office  The follow- ing have contributed to the re- ACTIVITIES IN THE building fund of the Good Shep- STATE OF ARKANSAS herd Sisters, Hot Springs, and the .----------=:--:,--:j total of $2356.50 is registered on Fourth Degree Knights the gauge shown on this page. Elect Officers Sir Charles and Mrs. Jewett, Little Rock.--The Bishop Byrne Ft. Smith ........................ $200.00 General Assembly of the Fourth Rt. Rev. Msgr. H. H. Wernke. Degree Knights of Columbus V.F. Little Rock ............. 25.00 Mr. and Mrs. Schratz, elected their Officers for the an- Newport ....................... 50.00 suing year at the Knights of Col- New Subiaco Abbey, umbus Hall in regular meeting Subaco .......................... 10.00 June 21st. Mr. Frank Andrews, Brinktey ............................ 100.00 Sir Knight Bernard Randolph, Mr. Paul Nottenkamper, 1who until recently was a Major Atkms ............................ 10.00 I in the United States Army but now N. V MiPden, Ft. Smith .... 5.00 returned to private life was elect- Rt. Rev. Msgr. A. P. Gal- ed the Faithful Navigator. Sir lagher, V.F., Mena ..... 10.00 Knight Randolph served in the Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Richter, same capacity for a two year per- Little Rock .................. 100.00 iod, July 1939 and July 1941. Mr. Edward Diehl, The other officers elected were: Little Rock ...................... 25.00 Faithful Captain, John Helbron Holy Name Society. St. Pat-' Faithful Admiral, Leonard Dunn rick's, N. Little Rock .... 50.00 Faithful Comptroller, J. C. Rev. Otto Butterbach, Hodges Weiner ............................. 25.00 Faithful Purser, Dr. A. B. Tate Rev. Gregory Keller, FaithfulPilot, Carl Meurer Helena 25.00 John Liske, Jr., Hazen . 25.00 Tamo ................................ 25.00 Good Counsel School Chil- Very Rev. Msgr. E. P. Garrity dren, Little Rock ............. "10.00 Little Rock .................... 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Deutsch, Mrs. W. S. Raible, Little Iock ........................ 1.00 Prairie View .................. 10.00 Mary Gallagher, Mena ...... 2.00 Mr. Joe Meyer, C,)nway___ 1.00 Peter P. and Mary F. Hiegel, Buchheit Family, 0 Conway ............................ I00.00 Morrilton ....................... 5.00 E. A. Morsani, Hope ........ 25.00 Ed Schmalz, Paris ............ 5.00 Thelma Butler, R.N. Mrs. Frank Christian, Little Rock ...................... 10.00 Mena .......................... 1.00 Mrs. Josephine Gilmore, John L. Moix, Little Rock ....................... 5.00 San Diego ..................... 25.00 "Anna & Lena Oberste, J.W. Hilpert, Little Rock.. 50.00 Oklahoma City ................ 10.00 J. P' Keith, Little Rock . 5.00 John Kohne, Fort Smith .... 25.00 In Memory Mrs. Anna Massar, Mrs. J. C. Hemm, Little Rock ........................ 50.00 Texarkana ......................... 25.00 Minnie Day, Rose Lafferty, Little Rock 10.00 DeSota, Missouri ........... 2.00 Rt. Rev. Msgr. Joseph A. Gal- St. Scholasticas Convent, laghcr, Fort Smith .......... 10.00 Fort Smith ...................... 25.00 Mr. and Mrs. Hiegel, St. Michael's Altar Society, Conway .................. .- ........ 20.00 Van Buren .................... 10.00 C. J. Conner, El Dorado .._ 2.00 Mr. and Mrs. Martin Renck, Rev. Claiborne Lafferty, Jonesboro ........................ 5.00 Little Rock ........................ 25.00 H.M. Strobel, Subiaco ..... 1.00 Miss Antoinette Thessing. 10.00 Mrs. J. W. Land, Mrs. Maggie Roth Brown, Little Rock 1.00 Judsonla ......................... 5.00 P. T. Philips, EI-Dorado----" 100.00 Mother Provincial, Mary Hellos, Paris ........... 3.00 Webster Groves, Mo .... 100.00 Mr. and Mrs. John S. Gunder- Jacob Hartz, Sr., man, St. Vincent 1.00 Stuttgart ......................... 100.00 Leo Favre, Jr., Conway[ 20.00 Sister Mary Rose & Sisters, Mary V. Lindborg, Sacred Heart Academy, Conway .............................. 25.00 Helena 30.00 St. Edward's Mothers-Altar Holy Angels Convent, Society, Little Rock 10.00 Jonesboro ................ 20.00 Gazzola & Leo Vaccaro, Chester L Clayton, Forrest City ..................... 100.00 Fort Smith ....................... 25.00 Frank H. Riga, Jonesboro. 2.00 Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Anthamat- Mothers Society, St. Benedicts ten, Little Rock ---v ....... 10.00 Parish, Subiaco .......... 5.00 Mrs. Helen B. Ganghan, George Bergman, : t THE GUARDIAN, JULY 6, 1945 i President Offers Thanks To God s,22nofF;a:iuC. fanksn :pr - mighty God for the accomplish- ment of the delegates from 50 na- tions in drawing up a charter to preserve world peace, and a warn- ing that no one nation, nor region- al groupp, can or should expect special privileges to the detri- ment of other countries, was con- tained in the address by President Harry S. Truman at the closing session of the United Nations Con- ference on International Organi- zation here. After complimenting the dele- i g,tes on their work, President Truman declared: "That we now have this char- ter at all is a great wonder. It also is a cause for profound thanksgiving to Almighty God, Who has brough us so far in our search for peace through world organization." In his counsel to strong nations to protect the interests of weaker countries, the Chief Executive said: "We all have to recognize---no matter how great our strength that we must deny ourselves the icense to do always as we please. No one nation, no regional group, can, or should expect, any special privilege which harms any other nation. If any nation would keep security for itself, it must be ready and willing to share security with all. That is the price which each nation will have to pay for world peace. Unless we are willing to pay that price, no organization for world peace can accomplish its purpose. "And what a raesonable price that is." President Truman advocated the destruction of trade barriers which handicap the living standards of peoples throughout the world. In conclusion, the President im- plored the guidance of God in the ,'ork of establishing a lasting peace. "Let us not fail to grasp," he said, "this supreme chance to establish a world-wide rule of reason--to create an enduring peace under the guidance of God." Faithful Scribe, Henry Longi- notti Inner Sentinel, Walter Keller Outer Sentinel, Oscar Deubler The Faithful Friar has not been elected as the new officers do not take over until July 1. The Pres- ent Faithful Friar is Rev. Law- rence Hoyt, O.S.B. The retiring Faithful Navigator is Sit" Knight Leonard Dunn. Stuttgart, July-- (Special to The Guardian).--Chief Warrant Officer Bernard L. Bloom, Stutt- gart Army Air Field, a graduate of Subiaco College, was elected Grand Knight of Bishop Morris Council, No. 2780, Knights of Col- umbus, at the regular meeting held June 27 in the lodge rooms here. He succeeds Louis G. Selig, who voiced the sentiments of the coun- cil members in a statement of commendation for Mr. Bloom "It is most unusual," said Mr. Selig, "to elect a non-resident of Arkan- sas to the leadership of the courv- oil and this action is a proof of lr. Bloom's exceptional qualities." Before entering the Army, his home was in Cincinnati, although he is a graduate of Subiaco and well-known in Arkansas. Other officers elected at the meeting were: Deputy Grand Knight, Charles D. Davis; Chan- cellor, George L. Clark; Recorder, J. M. Etzback; Treasurer, Louis J. Reinhart; Advocate, George P. Schmid; Warden, D. J. Bryan; Inside Guard, Tom Strassner; Outside Guard, Steve Dubrovitch; Trustee three years, John Geng- ler; Trustee for two years Joe Dubrovch; and Trustee for one year, L. F. Carter. The Council's chaplain, lecturer and financial secretary will take their respective offices through appointment at a later date. After the election Wednesday night, considerable discussion was had on the sub iect of the exem- plification of the First, Second and Third Degrees within 2he near future. It is expected that this class will be made up almost en- tirely of soldiers. 1 i U. NUNS EN .ROUTE TO ,PERU Pine Bluff.The entire mem- bership of Pine Bluff Council 1153, at their last regular meeting, June 18, paid tribute to one of its outstanding members, State I Deputy Albert C. Ernst, Sr., for his achievements during his four years in this office. The follow- ing Resolution of Commendation I was read and adopted: In Commendation WHEREAS: that, Pine Bluff Council No. 1153, of the Knights of Columbus, has again been hon- ored, in having one of its mem- bers elected, and faithfully serve in the office of State Deputy, over the jurisdiction of Arkansas. and, WHEREAS: that. Brother Al- bert C. Ernst, Sr.. has completed four terms in this high office, during which time, he has gained the confidence, respect and co- operation of not only its members and state officers, but also "the clergy throughout the state, and, WHEREAg: that, during his term of efficient admlnistratlon. Columbianism has flourished and exoanded in a manner unpreced- ented in the history of the Order In Arkansas. The membership has increased, and in turn, loyalty and devotion to Holy Mother Church has increased, due to his efforts gather around and discuss ways and means to stimulat P s, has served umbianism in our respective councils. as in Ireland, The old stand-bys, realizing the importance, the l ranee. possibilities of a well co01:dinated society of Cathol z""-'St. Edward'. feat its attitude. If ty will meet analyze the situatiol naturally come to t]$ . _ _ that at least part oIt A N  sibiIity is yours, a-, . have:discovered that, h] V rived at a point wh," w='ll%lBOwm mation can most sutk started, j .... There is no reason.. council should remai :,'i.',.: ;:-.,,,,, .- aive, aWhiothr . cils are not comps  men, but of ordinar :.,4.: yourself, except th$ li: faith in themselves  ),1 /11 try and determined t ,"/71, putting over their i kkV/i ities, and generally  I:Ir[  bition to make yoUl Yk[i ell something to be l   to make your cou$ in your surroundings,, but inyour- you, should be incek self, if you have developed a de- See STATE COU .((: WHERE TO HEAR naturally rally to the call, and I demonstrate their good faith-and I interest by cooperating with their t Grand Knight in anything feasible [ that he might plan, but to mhke I it I unanimous, we must get Ae as-I sistance of that small minority, I who feel that they' have bCenl wronged or have grown.;:laekimis- ' tic for some real or imag{nal:y rea- son. Let's start with this hypothesis. "Until we reach perfection, there is always room for improveroent'. Since we never will'ron this earth, there is room for improvement even in your council. You can't make the needed improvements or remember conditions by al- lowing yourself to fall a willing victim to their baneful influence. You are a Knight, and th'ht im- plies courage and determination to right wrongs. The fault is not These six Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. are en route by plane to Peru. They are, left to right, standing: Sister M. Charles Borremeo, Sister M. Deo- data, and Sister M. John Evangelist. Seated: Sister James Marita. Sister Mary David, and Slster Mary Owen. The arrival of these Sisters will bring their number in South America to 47--31 in Peru and 16 in Clls. Picture taken at Immaculata College, Immaculata, Pennylvania. INC Photos.) other disciples of Christ, the l caney left by the death of the Rt. Priests of the Diocese, and, [Rev. Msgr. August Vojacek, it has WHEREAS: that, the Supreme i bee n announced. Father Hruby is Knight, Francis P. Matthews, has recognized the ability and lead- a classmate of the Most Rev. ership of Brother Ernst, and has Louis B. Kucera, Bishop of Lin- appointed him on several highly [coln, who is honorary president important committees at National i of the Catholic Workman. Conventions, proving again his' The Catholic Workman, better ability and loyalty on a national known among Czech people as the scale, and, Katolic.hv Delnik is a fraternal WHEREAS: that, our Beloved association. Bishop, openly proclaimed his per- sonal satisfaction in the way Corrected as of June I, 1945 ALTUS.-----Our Lady, Help of Chris- KNOBEL.--Mss on tians Church. Mass on Sunday at 8:00 and I0:00 o'clock. Weekdays at 7:00 o'clock. ATKINS.---Church of tha Assumption. Mass on the 1st. 2nd and 4th Sundays st 8:00 o'clock, on the Srd and 6th Sundays at 8:00 and 10:0O o'clock. BAUXfTE.--Comnunlty House. Mass every Sunday at 10:00 o'clock. BENTON.  Court Room of Saline County Courthouse. Mass every Sun- Jay at 9:00 o'clock. Mass every Sunday Sunday at 8:80 o'clock and 4th Sunday at 10 I LEDWIDGE. -- St. Mass on the 1st and 8:00 o'clock: on the Srd o'clock. Brother Ernst has conducted the affairs of his office, and conferred an honor on him never before rendered a State Deputy, by enumerating his accomplishments as State Deputy and as a true and valiant servant of God and Col- umbianism, and, BE IT THEREFORE RESOLV- ED: that, we, the proud and grate- the graphic gauge to surpass ful members of Pine Bluff Court-the $2350 mark. Contributions oil 1153, thank God for having al- !arge and small continue to come lowed us to be associated with, , m daily. All money, both checks and have as a fellow member of and currency are forwarded to the Council and of St. Joseph's Mother Adrian as soon as they Parish, a man who has lived and are recorded at The Guardian of- worked as a true Knight of Col- flee. Send your contribution to- umbus, hi every sense of the word. day. st the State Hospital at 7:30 o'clock. BIGELOW.---St. Ann's Church. Mass on the 2nd .uuday and Holy Days of Obligation at 8:00 o'clock; on the 4th Sunday at 10:00 o'clock. BLYTHEVlLLE.Immaculate Concep- tion Church. Mass every Sunday at :00 and 10:00 o'clock. Novena In honor of Sorrowful Mother Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. BOONEVILLE.  State Sanatorium. Mass on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday at 6:00 o'clock in the Nyberg Bldg. CARLISLE. -- St. Rosa Church. Mass on Sunday at 9:30 o'clock. CENTER RIDGE. -- St. Joseph's Church. Mass on Sunday at 8:80 and I0:30 o'clock. Weekdays at 8:00 o'clock: Holydays at 7:00 and 8:00 o'clock; First Fridays at 7:00 and 8:00 o'clock. CHARLESTON.---Sacred Heart Church. Mass every Sunday at S:00 .and, I0:00 So we, in turn, show our gratitude $2400.00--1 by reading this resolution in his I presence, at this regular meeting l assembled thist,eighteenth day of ] June, nineteen,hundred and forty- $2300.00 five, and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED:I that, a copy of this resolution be  handed Brother Ernst, and that a $2200.00 copy be spread upon the minutes of this meeting. ' Respectfully submitted, Committee on Resolutions $2100.00-------- Harry E. King, Chairman. Joseph A. Benetz, Jr., Milton Lange Joseph E. Aull, $2000.00--------- Grand Knight. J. i Brother Ernst was then present- ed with a 21 jewel Benrus wrist watch, the presentation of which $1900.00------- was made by Past State Deputy, Frank A. Steele. Scots Committee $1so0.00---- Terms Arrest Of Poles Law Breach $1700.o0----- Glasgow, Scotland. (E)--(Radio). Charging tlm arrest of the 16 Po- lish leaders in Moscow and subse- quent prison terms meted out to $1600.0{N----.--- 12 of them constituted a "viola- tion of international law," the Scottish Committee for Polish Freedom, here, adopd a resolu- $1500.{__ tion vehemently denouncing this "flagrant breach of good faith." John J. Campbell, Secretary of the Committee, announced that $1400.00___ copies of the resolution have been sent to the Soviet, the United States and the British Govern- ments. The resolution asked that $1300.00 the British Government lodge a protest with the Russian Govern- ment and "request that all the prisoners be liberated immediate-. $1200.00____ ly." I "The safe conduct passes," the resolution stated, "granted to the 16 representatives of the Polish $11@0.00 people eonstituted an unequivocal i guarantee by the Russian Gov- I ernment that i accordance with international law, the grantees $I000,00__ would, while in the hands of the J Soviets, be entirely immune from harm. Their arrest and subse- quent imprisonment constituted on $900.00 flagrant breach of good faith on t the part of the Soviet Government, for which there is no valid ex- cuse.  $800.00 "Further the status of aeredit- ed representatives of a sovereign I nation provided, by international law and usage, an immunity from $700.00__ arrest and trial by a foreign State. Having regard for these facts this 15600 Society protests vehemently against thls violation of interna- 00 Itional law and denounces the trials and sentences imposed upon the Polish representatives as being 'illegal and contrary to the ele- mentary principles of justice The Society also calls upon His Majesty's Government to lodge a rroteot with the Government of the U.S.S.R. and to request that di the prisoners oe liberated im- mediately.' . ; ,=== Named SpirRual Director Of Czech Catholic Society Cedar Rapids, Ia. (E)The Rev. Francis R. Hruby, pastor of St. Camden ...................... 25.00 Pocahontas :....:: ............... 5.00 John Brunner, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Spinnen- Marked Tree ................ 12.50 weber, Pocahontas .......... 100.00 Mrs. H. E. Borgerding, Albert Abdella, Scranton ...................... 5.00 E1 Dorado .......................... 5.00 Miss Cornelia Gatz, Rt. Rev. Msgr. James P. Jonesboro ................... 5.00 Gaffney, E1 Dorado : ........ 10.00 S. A. Rousseau, Mrs. T. M. Fletcher, Hot Springs .............. 20.00 Texarkana ........................... 10.00 Leo J. Sellmeyer, Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Beck Leachville ........................ 100.00 i St. Vincent 1.00 Leo Hammer, Fort Smith.. 10.00 Mrs. W. T. Sclneicler ........ ,Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ash, Little Rock ........................ 5.00 Forrest City .................. 10.00 Miss Lula Ganser, Jos. J. Keller, Helena ........ 25.00 North Little Rock ............ 6.00 Mrs. Burdell L. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Enos French, Little Rock .................... 5.00 Ogden, Utah ............... 5.00 $ Bobbie Ehemann, Mrs. J. G. Bird, Hollywood 10.00 Little Rock ...................... 10.00 Felix Ardemagni, Mrs. J. J. Ivy, Pine Bluff _ 3.00 Tontitown ....................... 4.00 Mrs. K. K. Bullion, Mrs. Frank Dodge, J$200.00 . . " ................... -- : ' , - .....  ............... , .... . . . . ," . . : : . . " . lIMdolrirsa'cC.?!!!.nger , 111.1:0 MLyrRi?Y...W....H.ver'235!!! i :Rirrd! laUi!i:!hi!i! '131;i cl'das?dai::'t7d 78 i;iiiido: ! Mrs. Earl diemmons, --" Total ............... $ " ' " " ' ''clock. CLARKSVILLE.  Holy Redeemer Church. Mass on the 1st and 3rd Sun- lay at 10:00 o'clock; the 2ad, 4th and 5th Sunday at 8:00 o'clock; H01ydays at 6:30 o'clock. COAL HILL.---St. Matthew's Church. Mass on' the 2nd add 5th Sundays at I0:00 o'clock. CONWAY.  St. Joseph's Church. Mass on Sunday at 5:30, 7:30 and 9:45 o'clock. Masses on Holydays at :30, :00 and 8:30 o'clock; weekdab' ,at 6:30 nd 7:00 o'clock. .',r.:;;'d:, i!; CRAWFORDSVILLE..--v .Sacr .,Heaxt Church. Mass on the Ist Sundays at 7:30 ; 2nd and 4th Strndays at 10:30 o'clock; Holydays at 7:30 o'clock. DARDANELLE. -- St.' Augustine's Mass on the Ist Sunday at 1.0:00 o'clock. DERMOTT. -- St. Mary's Municipal Hospital. Mass on Suudayp and 'Holy- days at 6:30 o'clock; Weokdays at,6:10 o'clock, " ........ "" " De QUEEN. -- St. Barba:a'a - Church, Mass on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays at 10:00 o'clock; on the 2nd and 4th Sundays at 8:00 o'clock. ''' .... DIXIE.St. Boniface's Church. Mass )n the Ist, 2nd and 5th Sundays and Holydays of Obligation at 10:90 o'clock ; 3rd and 4th Sundays at 8:00 o'clock. EL DORADO Holy Martyrs of Uganda (Colored). Mass on Sundays and lolydays at 7:30 o'clock. Communion Daily at 7:30 o'clock. Holy Redeemer Church.--Mass on Sundays and Holydays at 7:00 and 9:00 o'clock. Warner Brown Hospltal-*=..Mass daily at 6:00 o'clock. ENGELBERG. -- St. John's Church. Mass on th Ist, 3rd and 5th Sunday at }:00 o'clock; 2nd and 4th Sunday at :00 o'clock. EUREKA SPRINGS.---St. Ellzabeth's hurch. Mass every Sunday at 12:00 oon. FAYETTEVIL/. E.  St. Joseph's Church. Mass on Sunday will be at 7:00 and I0:00 o'clock: Holydays at 6:00 and 7:00; First Friday and Weekday Mass at 7:00 o'clock. FOREMAN.  Blessed Sacrament Church. Mass on the Ist, 3rd and 5th Sundays at 8:00 o'clock; on the 2nd and 4th Sundays at 10:00 o'clock. FORREST ClTY.St. Francis Church. Mass on /st, 3rd and 5th Sundays of the onth at 10:30; on 2nd and 4th Sundays t 8:00 o'clock; Holy Days at 7:00 fclock; Weekdays at :30 o'clock. FORT SMITH Christ the King.---Mass on Sunday at 7:00, 9:00 and 11:30 o'clock Weekdays at 7:30 o'clock. Immaculate Concept/an Church. Masses on Sunday at 6:00, 8:00, I0:00 and 13:05 noon o'clock; Bane- diction after the I0:00 u'c]ock Mass. Weekdays at 7:00 and 8:00 o'clock; ConfessionB on Saturdays from 3:30 to 5:30 and from 7:80 untll 9:00 o'clock. GILLETT.  St. Anne's Church. Mass on the 3rd and 5th Sundays at 10:80 o'clock. GRADY. Blessed Sacrament Church. Mass on the 4th Sunday at 9':00 O'clock. HAMBURG.St. AIphonsus' Church Mass on the 4th Sunday of the month st 9:00 o'clock. HARDY -- Mass on the 2nd and 4th unday at 11:30 o'clock. HARRISON.--Mass every Sunday at 9:00 o'clock. HARTMAN.Mass , the 1st and 3rd Sunday at 8:00 o'clock; 2rl. 4th and 5th Sunday at 10:00 o'cl0ck; Holydays at 8:30 o'clock. HELENA.St. Mary's hurch. Mass on Sunday at 7:00 and 9:00 o'clock. HOPE.----Our Lady of Guod Hope Church. Mass on Sunday at' 10:00 o'clock. HOT SPRINGS St. Mary s Church.  Sudal Masses at 8:00, 0:00 and 10:30 o'clock; Holy Days of Obligation at 7:30 and 9:00 oclock; weekday Mass at 7:30 o'clock. St. John's Church. Mass on Sun- days at 6:00, 8,00 and 10:80; Mass on Holydays at 6:00, 8.:00 and 9:00 o'clock. HOXIE.Mary Immaculate Church. Mass on the 1st and 3rd Sundays at 10:30 o'clock and on the 2nd; 4th and 5th Sunday at 8:30 o'clock. HUGHES.Sycamore Bend. Mass on the 3nd and 5th Sunday at 11:00 o'clock. HUFFMAN.Mass on tha 1st Sunday t 8:00 o'clock. JONESBORO.  Blened Sacrament St. Andrew's Sunday at 6:00, and 11:00 o'clock 7:30, 9:30 and days at 7:00 and 8: Fridays, 6:000 7:00 Confessions 6:00 and :30 to 8 St. Edward's Sundays at 5:30, 11:00 o'clock. .'= every Sunday and 7:30 o'clock. 6:80 and 7:30 o'cl Our Lady of Good Mass on Sunday 10:30 o'clock. 6:30, 7:00 and Days at 6:00, 7:30 Holy Soul's Chapel and 9:00 o'clock; Holydays at 7:30 sious o .... ding H"eagne till 3 o'clock; and to 3:30 o'clock. MAGNOLIA.---Girl on the 1st, 3rd and 5th o'clock. MARCHE.Im, J Church Mass on Sunda/[]%[ at 9:00 o'clock. Weck  o'clock. J July MARIANNA.--St. , , --(Special Muss on the 1st, 3rd l{tll ut 8:00 o'clock and on,qUel "Others Suudays at 10:30 o'clo4 TM to "Victory", t 9:00 o'clock. |' '. Ho',av T.Hf MARKED TREE. -a --v, ..... hurch. Mass in Home' l published by of Marked Tree High . lb;ih; . ^..,, o'clock on the 2nd, 4th  .... ""5 , McCRORY.---St. Marf]l ".-- )n the 1st. 3rd and 5thigh  ___ o'clock; on the 2nd and['] i1 10:00 o'clock.  ----v IIq MENA.  St. AsnsS'' [[][ & on Sundays at 8:00 o' ..... ices at 7:3o o'clocki[al UA'F MORRILTON'--SacrII "- rl[  Sunday Masses at 8:00 ]L  . .m m Holy Days at 7:00 and 9t .___ MORRISON BLUFF.  'M[) ,LOCJll Paul Church. Low Msk, _. Lion at 10:00 o'clock;l   8:30 o'clock. 1 NORTH LITTI St. Mary's Church, Jh. days at 7:00 and  Benediction follo'| | m  s o'clock Mass. W |1, Mllor 7:00 o'clock; FirstL  " - ....... o'clock. Jg %! .at,-- St. Patrick's ChOval L Sundays at 7:00, .' l & tevtT o'clock. M ..... 0 --" i a7 6:00, 7:00 and 8:$L-" W&|ia41 Bid OSCEOLA.--Mass o 4-0Z$$ ma Reflections, Cou tains also Marri Reg 1. Ilt. Leather, i I, huit. Leather, if tl $ . Arnerhan Seal Le rtctlve ............. tloa On Ind & I, Im 15 --It. Luther IIz Sttr*...amam'lem Saal "I Turkey Morscco 3'clock. PARAGOULD. St. Mass on Sundays at o'clock: un Holydays o'clock. PARIS--St. Joseph' n Sundays at 7:00 and Weekdays at 7:00 PETIT JEA Mass on Sundays o'clock. PIGGOTT.Mae: the month at 8:00 PINE BLUFF.St, Masses on Sundays o'clock. PLUM Mass on the 1st and o'clock. RATCLIFF.-----St. Mass on 1st. 3rd 9:15; 2nd and 4th o'clock. RECTOR.--St. on the 2nd and 4th o'clock. ROGERS.  St. Church. Mass on Sund RUSSELl. Mass on the 2nd 10:00 o'clock, j SHOAl. CREEK. - .. Church. P. O. New J', Sunday at 7:00 and 9 : lays at 7:00 o'clock, I SLOVAC.--SS. Cyrl hurch. Mass on So 9:00 o'clock. STAMPS.Mass o Sunduy at 8:00 o'clock' STUTTGART.  14 Mass on Sunday at o'clock ; Ho]ydays at o'clock. ST. VINCENT.---St. Masses ion Sundays  :30 and 10:00 o'clO 7:30 o'clock. SUBIACO. -- St. Masses on Sunday at S:00 and 10:00 o'clocl es ut 4:30, 5:30. 6:$ I SULPHUR SPRING 2nd Sunday at 7:30 o TEXARKANA.St. Mass on Sundays at o'clock, l TONTITOWN.St. d i Masses on Sunday an and 10:00 o'clock. VAN BUREN. St. Mass on Sunday at g: WARREN.--St. Luk on the 1st and 3rd SOl at 9:00 o'clock. __1 WEINER.  St. N:4 Mass on Sunday and . o'clock. WEST MEMPHIS" Church. Mass on  Days at 9:00 o'clock' WINSLOW.--Our Shrine. Mass on Su' ._a Large l;" S'I Grain Cloth, . 8peehtl h..  Vhlte Imit. Lea qaSe Cmrtifi4tte am edlate Delivery The t nd