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i/if   . &gt;,;!/ !:, ii:!7 ,< /,, ,!,7( F, ;: ili:7: : / . 7!) ::: r%,., : i :L:/::!I ' i  L7 :!/i: i!?:i.li/ / !:+ PAGE FORTY i Mount St. Mary} Academy[ 00ulaski Heights, Little Rock, ,flrt00ansas Modern Sehbol That Offers Wonder- Thorough Courses. ful Advantages For the Develop- The courses of instruction are very ment of Young G."rls. thorough the requirement fm gradua- tion being the equal of any school in the State, being the sixteen units, as Among the many beautiful spots determined by the State Board of on Pulaski Heights, Mount St. Mary's Education. Academy is located in a most com- A good commercial course is main- manding place overlooking the cties and the river and the fertile valleys rained for the purpose of those wish- beyond. From this spot, surrounded ing to enter the business worht. with rural beauty, the 'smoke of the Music a Feature. factoe.s is seen; the tall buildings Unusual musical advantages are o- in the city are discernable from the fered those wishing to take advan- smal'.er ones; the fisherman in his tags of the opportunity. During the quest for the finny tribe, may be seen past scholastic year 115 pupils were in his launch or canoe; and the fields taught music. Every three months laden with crops changing daily as music recitals are given, and twice a they near the harvest time is restful ,ear public recitals are heht so that tgthe mind and 'eye. parents anti guard!ans may be kep t. St. Mary's Academy is conduct- thoroughly acquainted with the pro- ed by the Sisters of Mercy and is a gress of the pupils. A domestic sci- modern instPution alwa s abreast of ence course is also included in the  ' Y year's work During the past year the times. " " ...... [200 pupils were enrolled, 96 of whom rne extensive grounas, covering u  . .... ; .... .. acres, are surrounaea in part y a _ . .... .. I musemems growth of sturoy pines, azoralng, healthy protection. The lawns anti While the greater idea is for the %g terraces are beautifully kept and all during the season the numerous , . blooming flowers further enhance the beauty of the place. This year they have spent mucn time and expense in beautifying the grounds and buildings, cement walks and driveways. The entire ten acres '-",.  will" soon be a beauty park, in thet  .... . center of xlxieh,, is the large aml corn-[ ".,':-" modious building. As up-to-date ) :' conservatory is a interesting lea-| tare of the grounds. The" building, which is of pressed brick capped with stone, is 200 feet Ion anti five stories high. It is heated with steam ant lighted with electricity. Plan of Rooms. On the first floor of the main build- ing are the parlors, library, class- rooms, study hall, art room aml din- ing rooms. Great care has been used in furnishing the pupils' dining room so as to conform as fa as possible to the family table. On the second floor are dor|nitories for pupils who do not desire private rooms. Each bed has a good mat- tress and woven wire spring. The bed is surrounded by curtains; this arrangement affords privacy. On. the third floor are the audi- torium and private rooms. The east wing contains a handsome spacious THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1920. FIRST CONVENT OF SISTERS OF'MERCY IN LITTLE ROCK 1851, Seventh and Louisiana Streets education of the pupil, much is also| The Rt. Rev. John Baptist Morris, done for their amusement and pleas- D. D., b!shop of the Diocese of Little are. A tennis court, basket bali Rock, made the commencement ad- court anti a'l out-door sports are pro- videtl, whilst fox" inclement weather, indoor sports are also arranged, an everyone who might chance to drop in amongst the group of scholars couhl not fail to be impressed with thet smiling-faces anti gentle manner, showing conclusively that the good Sisters are doing everything in their power for their happiness and pleas- ure. dress anti distributed the honors to the graduates. A musical program was given including three songs by the school chorus, an "Indian Cradle Song," sung by Misses Doreen Cyrier, Gladys Perrine, Jewell Campbell anti Made!ins Steen, and the class song, "Alma Mater," by the seniors. Delilah DuCharme, f;rst honor pu- pil, gave "The Mystery Book," as the valedictorian "a'ddress, Olivia Schultz . f >: :;5 I chapel for the Sisters and pupils On the fourth floor are the music . .  rooms and the commercial rooms. OLD ST. MARY'S ACADEMY, WHERE, ARCADE NOW STANDS --'---- One of the most conxincing argu- who won second class honors, gave[ - ments posmble m regard to Mt. St. the salutator3, and I rancesca Zero- Mary's Academy is to visit it. Once ler, third honor pupil, .e:ectcd the / t  Jl II W I I ,  ,, V[mn, l|[nnnan  [hrnnhnn I]aaanmhan havm$ been within Its portals ant, class motto, We Launch, to Anchor ] |]||||| [[W|||[|]f||  b||]|[||| ||||]|||[| seeing the incomparable school-life,--Where?'!' as the subjecfi of the t |ltUII 0 IIUi. IIUII,__U JiliiULIUr' |iUUUqJIUL|I/I the poise and gentle manner of the class prophecy. Margaret Van Lear[ pupi'.s, and having met the Sisters, read the class will, Catherine Finn] Fourth and Scott Streets, Lttle Rock, Ark.. cannot fail to be impressed., with the read an essay on the rose, the class.[ Dormitory Administration Offices Cafeteria idea that it is decidedly worth while flower, and Catherine Clark spoke on : Waiting, Reading, Writing, Rest and Recreation to enroll a child among the students, the "Empire of Art." and keep her there until the comple- The class of 14 is the largest which Rooms, Rooms Registry Information and Era- tion of her education, has yet been graduated from the aca- ployment Bureaus Mt. St. Mary's Alumnae. demic department. There were also Mr.'St. Mary's Alumnae has been six graduates of the commericial de- Travelers Aid Service at Railroad Stations. An one of the most active organizations prominent of the high school and 20 I Association working frvm a convenient center to in Catholic lifo in our community eighth grade graduates. Those grad- I since its organization in 1908. uatipg" from the high school wee: I help girls and women help themselves, mhe members "have been ever an- Delilah Du Charme, Olivia Schultz, xious to do all in their power to fur- Francesca Zeisler, Catherine Finn, Out of Town Families Welcomed to Cafeteria ther the interests of their Alma Mat- Catherine C:ark, Margaret Van Lear, er. Each year the Alumnae maintains Roberta Hurley, Louise Ma*honey, ,.,,.,,., ,.,,,,,.,--.,-- .......... four scholarships at Mt. St. Mary's, Beatrice Higginbotham, Lelia Winn, , the awards being made through a IIeten Beardsley, Anna Eickoff, Do- competitive examination. Every men,- lores Burrow and Eileen Jones, from ber made sp!endid record in the war the academic department, and Jewell A Campbell, Undine Osbo-ne, Ro' l WithoutCmplete Extravagance.Department Store,,, Everyfeaturingpurchase"QualitYmade anWrkidlefmoment.ur nation, never spending Scheafer, Christine Grummer, Eliza- here means a saving to you. The senior class of the Mount St. beth Engleberger and Agnes Van[ Mary's Academy held its. commence- Lear of the commercial department. I" ment exercises on June 5th, at Saint The Sisters are making consider-[ Mary's convent, attended by the par- able improvement about their build-', ents and friends of the gwaduating ing and expect to have everything I class. The auditorium was deco- most pleasant and comfortable for rated with palms and the class colors the coming season. Anyone desiring of purple and white, and 100 mem- to enter their daughters for educa- i. V V.VlL .l.,-q.,r.i,.ql bers of the school were seated on the tional training may communicate with TKLII'I00IIVIISK D platform, the Sisters of Mercy at the Convent "Out of The High Rent Dstnct. ' :':*  : ........ "::' .... :<" :"::: : ' ...... ..... Sixth and Center Streets. Little Rock, Ark. vt ,, :: ........ +: ,,, :':' ..... ,:,: _" ,4  ' : y ff:? :*: ,; : " :; :*,,t, ' ;_, . ,-: : ...........................  ----- ,,:, '. ....  !. IVe Sell adu e Only ST. MARY'S ACADEMY, PULASKI HEIGHTS O'Leary Pr0,:tuce Co. in mm00" Our Live and Growing Town In Pope County Atkins is situated on the Missouri Pacific railway, 64 miles west of Lit- tie Rock and has a population of 2,500 prosperous citizens. It has strong banking houses, large up-to-date mer- cantile establishmen!ts, three co, ton gins, electric light plant, roller flour mill and a stave mill, besides many vocational enterprises. Atkins has splendid churches and a fine school system under the manage- ment of a live Board of Education The school building is modern and well equipped Water and sewerage dis- tricts have been formed and the toavn is in splendid shape for growth and prosperity. Hard surface roads run north and south, which ane lined by fertile and prosperous faithS. To the south the fertile river bottom land has very productive farms that raise big crops of corn, cotton and pasture, while those to the north abound in fruit, livestock and other products. Church of the Assumption 'the Catholic people of this vicinity worship in the Church of the Assump- tion, B. V. M., umler the charge of Rev. Otto Loeb, who is building up a large congregation and is doing a good work in the community. The Benedictine Sisters maintain a COMPLIMEN TS OF good school here that 75 pupils every year the community in stancl.ard educational ins REFORMERS The reformers who our spelling have their propaganda. It the death of Andrew was the principal source supply, has something decision. More reason lies in the fact reform exalted pense of philology. It ignorant rather than A Real Drug Heart of the Make Our Headquarters. Fifth and Phones 30' COCHRAN.FOSTER LUMBER The Best in --First of ,all we guarantee that the you buy of us are the purest and best the purpose that money can I our prices tell their own story. Hayes Feed 00tores Main Retail Store, Sixth and Center LITTLE ROCK, ARK. When in Need of ials, Call the LUMBER Main That's the-- MECHANICS "The Lumber ARGENTA MEAT MARKET M. P. Wilkiewicz Prop. All Kinds of Cuced and Fresh Meats Country Produce and Oysters In Season 307 Main St. Phone 5097 North Little Rock, Ark. Eugene M. ARGENTA I Phone Main 4341 and let us clean that suit by our new process. LUKAS BROS. CleanersPressers---Dyers We Call For and Deliver Special Attention to Ladies Work 124 Main St. North Little Rock J New and Second Repairing Phone, Main 4126 i JOHN BARRY = - Fancy Groceries and Feeds 112 East Fourth Street Phone North Little Rock, Mallory and Stetson Hats THE HOME of HART SCHAFFNER & CLOTHES WILSON BROS. SHIRTS Akers Ryan 220 Main Street North . : ' . . ..