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PAGE SIX New Morrilton THE GUARDIAN, JULY 8, 1938 Pastor Welcomed at Parish Rece Fr F A SchwabAppointed SAINT ANTHONY'S HOSPITAL IS New Pastor TOe Catt)01[' GREAT ASSET TO CITY OF MORRILTON Dedicates Statue of To Pittsburgh Pastorate o00s00c00o00.e00r, Morrilton, Ark.--The newly ap- ./,/S::.:(. pointed pastor of Sacred Heart i:\\;!,.-iI, i parish, Rev. Chas. Wolffer on Sun- 'V-r:t( : Morrilton.--With a three-fold purpose the members of Sacred day, June 26, dedicated the new: Heart parish, Morrilton, met in the parish hall last week. The gather- Sacred Heart statue recently! ACTIVITIES OF ing paid a farewell tribute to their retiring pastor, Rev. F. A. Schwab erected on the church grounds. He AND welcomed his successor, Rev. Charles Wolffer, and congratulated the was assisted by Monsignor Pinter A_RKANS/ Rt. Rev. Msgr. Nicholas Pinter of Columbus, O., a native of Con- who is visiting in Morrilton. way County. Almost all of the members of the congregation were This beautiful statue of Our Di- The regular present. Mr. George P. Kordsmeier acted as chairman, vine Lord is most appropriately ward's branch 1o. 79 The Rev. F. A. Schwab, C. S. Sp., has been pastor of the Sacred placed in the foreground and cen- olic Knights of Heart parish since 1926. He has recently been appointed to a pas- ter of the parish buildings. Promi- held Wednesday, torate in Pittsburgh, Pa. While pastor of Sacred Heart parish many nently visible from the highway P. m. This will be improvements have been made ' that passes in front of the church with the following under his supervision. The love Measure to Forbid Anti.God it makes a striking picture. (Continued and affection that his parishioners Congress Sought in England have toward him was ably ex- pressed in a paper read by Wil- Central Insurance liam Drilling. A generous purse London. (E).An effort to in- was presented to him. Due to ill- troduce a bill which would haye Iorrilton.----Connected with the of St. Scholastica's Convent, Fort demand for hospitalization in this ness Father Schwab was not able to attend these ceremonies. H the effect of banning the forth- Sacred Heart parish of Morril- Smith, this is a modern up-to-date section. During the few months i is now in St. Anthony's hospital coming Anti-God Congress here ton is the new St. Anthony's hos- hospital in every respect. It is a that it has been open all space Gee. P. Kordsmeler, Mg. pital recently dedicated. This fire-proof structure capable of has been in almost constant use. v undergoing treatment. When his is to be made by Capt. A. H. M. handsome twostory hospital build- accommodating 30 patients. Equip- The Sisters and the citizens of CONSULT US---IT PA health permits he will take up Ramsay, who wiI] seek to move ing of brick and stone exterlor is mct of the finest includes major Morrilton are to be congratulated MORRILTON his newly assigned duties, in Pittsburgh, the place of his birth. "The Aliens Restrictions (Blas- justly a source of pride to the city. and minor operating units, labora- upon their sincere efforts and their Outstanding among his many la- Bill." Run by the Benedictine Sisters torY,sinceanditsX-raYcompletiondepartment.it has well newSaCrificeShospitalWhiChpossible.have madeAt dedNthis hers in Morrilton is the excellent justified the long contention of the eatery ceremonies recently His development of Sacred Heart school. Victor Kordsmeier, speak- Benedictine Sisters that a newer Excellency paid a beautiful trib- ! ute to them. I' ing for the alumni lauded him and largerhospitalwasneededin M0rri[tog r nlfl Dacl;='" and thanked him for the capable Morrilton. The new building assistance they had received from stands on the site of the old hos- pital which could only accommo- Patronize the adver- him. date about a dozen patients. With risers of The Guard- The newly appointed pastor, expansion the Sisters have been Rev. Charles Wolffer was former- able to adequately cope with the Jan. Phone 268 ly a professor at St. Mary's Semi- nary, Ferndale, Connecticut. Mrs. Clara Thines read a message of welcome to him at these exercises pledging the full hearted support We Did the Plumbing and Installed of his new parishioners. Pope PiusXIrecentlyhonored Th H ting Sy in th M0rrJ[t011 Is rtllll the Rt. Rev. Nicholas Pinter e ea stem e by elevating him to the rank of Monsignor ,a marked distinction. N will Monsignor Pinter is a native of e ospital Conway County and usually Many now enjoying g od he, a] spends his summers in or about Morrilton visiting relatives. He not fully appreciate wht this | is a brother o, Peter Pinter of This beautiful Sacred tleart statue was recently erected and Patton Plumbing Co Morrilton. Monsignor Pinter has: will mean to the Morr on corn for years been a member of the] blessed on the parish grounds at Morrffton. It was given in faculty of Josephinum Seminary at l memory of the late Henry T. and Mary Kordsmeler by their lief f Columbus, Ohio. A paper of con- children. Sacred Heart Academy is seen in the background. MORRILTON :-:- ARKANSAS in saving of life and re rorn gratulation was read in his hen- ing. We know it will be operated or by Bruno Lienhart. The Sacred Heart parish has L]ENH.T CREAMERY  greatest goodofthecommunity been greatly blessed with voca- tions to the Holy Priesthood. At COMPLI NTS FROM we know the organization that will the present time there are seven I!ers In t native sons who have been or- L ly-em'e !--ro|lers0000 h charge.tractors toWe did ourbest aSgive the :i ter dained. Of this number one. has Ward's "s-;s been raised to the Episcopacy, the Budweiser & Falstaff Beer a Most Rev. It. P. Rohlman, D. D., Bishop of the Diocese of Daven- MORRILTON :-: iurt will serve them for many' years port, Iowa. Hardware, Furn e, and we are proud of the trust p] Farm Implements 0'Heals toWear Funeral Directors  Undertakers J.H. Laveck & ATKINS, ARK,qSAS Since 1 94 GENERAL CONTRACTORS f MORRILTON :-: ARKANSAS COMPLIMENTS OF Spotless eaners C H E E K Mrs. W.R. ,,Owner REID'S WECLEAN ; [D BLOCK HATS Wholesale Grocery Co. PHONE 451 i MORRILTON AudreyStraitcandidate for ! Atkins .' =Arkansas Funers[ Ho (Sth Dlstrlet) MorrlIton,ENDORSEDByCOnw"y County. Ark. Ba [ C air s Conway County Bar ,; OF ,, "BE IT RESOLVED that Audrey / t,. flU l Di Strait of Morrilton possesses the ',, nera rec high qualifications above men- MILK " tioned, and it is our privilege and ': Emb lm pleasure to unqualifiedly endorse : a (Ir8 him for the position of Circuit  r JudgeDistrict.,,of the said Fifth Judicial Phone 833 Morrilton McAninch " ^o'n 'ers0n The Dardanelle Post-Dispatch (Yell County) in its paper pub- ': lished June 2, 1938, said: " "Mr. Strait is well and favor- ' \\; ably known to the citizenship of *' 1 18 SOUTH MOO the County, having served from J C PENN 1928 to 1934 as Prosecuting At- ARCHITECTS torney, in which position he won @ @ . the confidence, respect and ad- : miraUon of all by his able, con- scientious, and fearless discharge \\; of the ardous duties of this im- portant trust. He is an outstand'ing It Pays to Shop at Penney'  MORRILTON man and citizen, splendidly quali- \\; , fled by disposition, education and experience tc k preside on the bench with fairness and justice and Insurance Bldg Little Rock equality to all, and credit to him- MORRILTON :-:- ARKANSAS self." .,' Political Adv,