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i PAGE FORTY-TWO THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1920. Mb:s Josephine Miller has returned 1 OP, PHANS DAY from a stay in California. ] Miss Nellie ]tgan has returned SLI., WIIAT JOY YOU BRING TIlE frun New York and Chicago. Mrs. Henry Lcnsing has gone to New York and the. Eastern markets. Miss Bess Rogoski will leave the coming week for Grand Haven and Muskogee, Mich Mrs. W. H Jnrrett and ,laughter, Niss Vesta, have gone to Ashville, N. C., to join Mrs. A. E. Walkley of Florida. LI&apos;IWLE ONES BY YOUR CItAR- ITY A NI) CO-OI'ERATION. Solieitors Make Their Report. Committees soliciting for the annual benefit picnic to be given at St. Jo- seph's Orphanage, Thurs,lay, August 5, at Twenty-fifth and Gaines streets, nmde reports at a meeting heht at the Knights of Columbus hall last Thurs- day night The Rev. l,'ather Wernke is general chairman on arrangements ifor the picnic. He has been in charge of arl'angements for the annual picn:c Mies (]race and Catherine Eiek-!for t]"e past three years, and with his huff left Sunday for Pueblo Denver and Colorndo Springs to spend the rest of the summer. Mrs. Charles T. Coleman and Mrs. Ned Campbell left Monday for St. Joe, Michigan, where they will re- main until September. Mrs Henry Zureher of San Fran- cisco, California, and mother of 712 Olive street, North Little Rock, have gone to Toledo, Ohio, for the remain- der of the summer. Mrs. Elizaheth Lewis, Mrs. Etta But- let and Mrs. Nick Murphy are spend- ing several weeks at Hot Springs and are registered at St., Joseph's Infirm- ary Roy. P H. Boyle has returned from a visit in Galveston, El Paso, San An- tonia, Texas, and New Mexico. While in El Paso Father Boyle visited his brother and his family, who are resi- ,lents of'E1 Paso. Mrs M. Eagan and little grand- daughter have relurned from a visit with relalives in Memphis. Mrs Leo P. Zurcher of 712 Olive Church Calendar @[ I .: ........ --.o,.;. . NEA 1" WEEK SUNDAY, AUGUST ]--Tenth af ter l'enteeost--St Peter's Chains. MONDAY, AUGUST 2--St. Alph onsus l,igouri, ]).C.1). . TUESDAY, AUGUST 3--.I,'mding Relics of St Stephen. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4--St. Dominic. TI{URSDAY, AUGUST 5--Our Lady Gf the Snows. FIH1)AY, AUGUST 6--Transfiguration of Our Lord. SATURDAY, AUGUST 7--St. Cajetan. ST. Dt)MINIC AND THE ROSARY. St. Dominic was born in Spain, in 1170. As a student, he sold his books to feed the poor in a fmnine, and of- fered himself in ransom for a slave. At the age of 25, he became superior various energetic committees, and the of the Canons Regular of Osma, anti co-operation of tile public, has made, accompanied his Bishop to France each picnic a success The solicitorslThere his heart was well-night broken gave very encouraging reports, and a]by the ravages of the Albigensian good supply of articles will be tlis-]hezsy, and his life was henceforth posed of at the variou booths, Which,devoted to the convcrsion of heretics will be rected on the grounds. Come and the defense of the Faibh. For out to the grounds on the fifth (lay of this end, he established his threc-foht August, and you will see what good can be derived by one who co-operates with a good cause. Mr. C. J. Griffith, general manager of the IAttle Rock Raihvay & Elec- tric Company, will give the chihh'enl of the Orphanage at street car ride over the city, fo:lowing the custom of] several years. Two special cars mx' given at their di::posa] Dinner and supper will be served in the orphans' dining room at the very reasonable I !)rice of 50 cents. There is no place m town where you can get a full meal Religious Order The convention for nuns was founde(1 first, to rescue young girls from heresy and crime. Then a company of aposto'.ic men gathered around him, aml became the Or,lcr of Friar Preachers. Lastly came the Tertiaries, persons of both sexes living in the worhl. God blessed the new Ortler. and France, Italy, Spain, and Enu'land welcomed the Preaching" Friars. Our Lady took them unde, her spec al protect:on, and whispered to St. l)ominic as he pt'eache(l It was in 1208, while St. for this price, l,eave your work at l)ominic knelt in the little chal)el of Inoon and take a run out to tim Orph-]Notre Dame de la Prouil'.e, and .im- anage and enjoy a good meal, al the same time realizing you are helping a geod cause along. Of course, we ex- pec you back fro" the evening celebra- tion. Various booths wi:l be in operation. The country store, fancy booth, candy ,booth, ice cream, col( drinks, fish plore(1 the great Mother of God to save the Church that Our Lady ap-- peared to him. gave him the Rosary, and hade him go forth and preach. ,This he di,I with such success that he utterly crushed the heresy. Though pure as a virgin, thrice before morn- ing broke he scourged himself to dreds of visitors to the famous health resort. "Grandma Kettler's" loving moth- erly disposition made her the cher- ished friend of all who fell under her kind attentions. In her home, she stood forth the good old Catholic mother and friend. All her neighbors and friends recognized in her the de- vout Catholic woman, the exemplar of all the virtues in the making of a truly Christian home. Thrift, effort: helpfulness, sympathy, touched as those virtues ever were, with a pure religious motive, made of this good mother an edification unto all who had the pleasure of her "lcquaintance. She left her Missouri friends only on condition that the chihh'en wou'.d locate their home near a Catholic church. St. Paul's, here at tile Springs, gave her all the consolations durinff life and at her (leath came the unswer to her frequent prayer to have the priest with her at the last hour. Paucity of members never allowed of the celebration of a High Mass in the cozy church here, an,l this was a matter of great yearning on her part. Only a few we,,ks ago she remarked that she would like to hear a Mass chanted before she died. The signifi- cant A, vent came toher only at her own funm'al Mass, when a Iligh Req- uiem Mass was made possible by the presence of he,' good friends Mr. Nicholas Sclunidt and family of La- tona, who kindly and tenderly offered the ren(lition of the Gregorian Req- street, Mrs. John Ray of 608 East,pond ' eohl ham sandwiches, jack in Washington avenue, Mrs. Frank ]the barrel, the Orphanage postoffice, Wentz of 311 West Ninith street l fortun e teller, and a side show which North Little Rock, left for St. 1,outs]will be a surprise to all. Come out Mo, Fllday to spend the ek end ( s "" ' " " ' - ,ant .'ee what good actors we have with relat,ves and friends " "" " "' ]among our young men and won'en. t Watch for the side show. Bring the Miss Josephine Ruth returned to ch;hh'cn " " 0i 1' ' '" her home at Norwalk, Ohm I r day ....... lmthm.  ....... . I in ortler TIlUl; TAle l ' ." may nlornlng al:er a vigil; oi six nlonEns .... ......... comc ana enjoy the day, a nursery will te net sister, l1rs.. Leo 1". l, urcnel Ot ........... h L .... P k be opened to take care of the little l iz ,)dye Sl'ee, P, lorl; lrtle .oe . . . . . , ones, in charge Ol gra(luage nurses o1 I .... ._" , , ISt. Vincent's Infirnmry Nil'. ana g, rs. eor,e tOO(lman are I ...... " . , Those who wish to enjoy bathing in the rempmnts Ol nume,ous eongratuta- . ^ , . t " "', " iv 1 " new I the u,pnanage swimming pool, are lons on me recen are a oi a . I ........... St I requested to bring their own bathing] uaoy aaugmer, t)orn duly - a .I ..." 0, . . .. . . ., Vineent's Infirmary, Little Rock. Miss su,s. L. he w:te, ,s :me. "1 f;(, Goodman tipped the scales at 8 1-2 game ;ht e ttae xeau,re ,nt . a e'2 ...... a. Inoon. Jn ne evening ne mgns o '*'" [Columbus will give a dance for the Miss Mary Elling*on of Paducah ]benefit. f !he. Orphanag;is 2;mHt::T ,,1 ott ]s enallman oi l<Y., is the guest of Miss Pauline Kir-.I ' "' . ,  anti every one knms what tune anti spel, 1.823 MeGowan .,treet. Mis. El-I" "" '" enmgy he ge to make ths a sue l'ngton has been the recipient of a ' '' " ' ' '" - )umber of entertainments whilst here. cess. n Tuesday afternoon Miss T, helma All is in readiness, and the corn- Clark entertained with a Majestic mittees are prepared to take care of party followed by refreshments at la good crowd. Come anti follow the /qamiltous. The guest list included crowd. Take South Main street ca,', liisses PaBline and Marie Kirspel, and get off on Twenty-thlrd ant1 Julia May Apple and Gussie Haynie. Gaines, or Twenty-third and State, Sunday afternoon Miss Pauline Kir- spel entertained at an outing for her guest, Miss Mary EIlington of Pa- ducah: Ky. There were 16 guests, and they motored eight miles out in lbe country, whcre a delicious lunch was spread. Indian Party. Mr. and Mrs. George Porbeek en- tertained with an Indian party on Thursday eveninz for Miss Mary E1- hngton. The affair was beautifully planned and much pleasure was en- joyed. Quite a number were present A MODEL FOR OTHERS. Tile will of Mr. Gustavus Leopold Goetz, lately deceased, has been ad- mitted for probate in the St. Louis court. While not a ,nan of large aml walk south two blocks. There will be no admission fee. There will be p'.enty opportunity to show your gen- l erosity when you get on the grounds Mr. C. J. Griffith will have a suffi- eient numher of cars to take care of the crowd. "The picnic last year was a great success," says Father Wernke. "We deeply appreciate whatever aid may be given us. St. Joseph's Orphanage is a Catholic institution, but its serv- ices are by no means confined to Catholics. At present there are 145 tchildren in St. Joseph's. half of wham are non-Catholics. Workers will con- tinue to solicit contributions and articles'for the picnic this week and until the time of the entertainment. AMERICAN JESUITS FOR PItILIPPINE MISSIONARY WORK blood. His words rescued countless souls, and three times raise,t the dead to life. He died in 1221. either, and evidencing an equal lack The Jesuits of Maryland and New of understanding of the stewardship York province were last year assign- with which God honored them. It was ed to a mission in Bombay, India, to not so with Gustavus ,,Leopold Gectz. ireplace German priests evicted by the He chose as his beneficiaries the British but were unable to secure 'Church, the school, the hemeless, the passpms from the British gevern- helpless, the poor and institutions ment to take up the work. [ ' founded for and devoted to the Chris- ian cause of humanity. It was, there- OUR MOTTO: "THE GUARDIAN t a truly IN OBITUARY, I Mrs. Mary Anne Ketller. uiem. Our few Catholics were pres- ent and the neighborhood was repre- sente,t t)5' alarge number of her non- Catholic friends. Mrs. Kettler wa,, born of Gm'man parents near Washington, Mo., in 1848. She was married at St. Louis and until her removal to Arkansas. devoted her long years in maldng Armstrong Springs, July 26.--Mrs. homes for herself and family at Glas- Ma,y Anne Kettler thed hme on last .. . "  s I cow and Slater, at both places finding F, nday evening, hel death following , , , " " the family as xietims of great rier a nara,yt,c cond,tlon of about twenty ^^a.. m,, a;,,, .+ +h, ,,., , v6 - [ fl,,,,,,s. ,..= ...... a .....  .... hours Her funeral took place from "ca .... f= .... *" .... a on a .... St. Pauls Church with a Requiem R I P High Mass on Satur,lay morning at 11" "_ " " o'clock, Rev. Geo. H. McDermott of- , ficiatin- OUR MOTTO: THE GUARDIAN s" IIN EVERY HOME "' Tile body was taken to her ohl home [  ' at Slater,' Mo., accompanied by her _ ............. ':' Nora E. Kettler, with funeral services there on Monday afternoon. Although "Grandma Kettler," as she was lov- ingly called by the many friends whom she had ,net during her six years of residence at Armstrong Spring Hotel, for tile past two years, had [men somewhat incapacitated from home and garden activities following a severe illness, yet she was able to be ahout, and in a measure manifest her usual supervision of general af- fairs. Her illness added to the cares of her daughter, Miss N'ora, already over- worked with the management of the hotel, brought about the cessation of catering to the general public at Arm- strong Springs for this season Her sudden death gave to her a well earned rest, an eternal rest, we! pray, after a long life of constant en- deavor in the making and the mainte- nance of the family home. The keynote of her life's labors was "all for the good Lord." as she fre- quently expressed herself. She was the mother of ten children, five now surviving he,'. Widowed for ten years, her desires were to keep intact the Kettler home for her two umnarried chihlren, Edward and Miss Nora To this end, after two flood disasters in Missouri, the Kettlers established themselves in Arkansas in the au- tumn of 1913, securing a 90-acre tract at Armstrong Springs, upon wh!eh they built a modern home I They leased Armstrong Springs Ho- 'tel in January of 1914, and since then Made by ROSE CITY BAKERY 'The Most Sanitary Bakery' Joe dung Proprietor. wealth, the testator shows himself .... broad and generous in his provision (By N C. W. C. News Service) for Catholic charities. Seventeen be- Washington, July 26.--Announce- "SFA'aX  or ,.,'a_ quests, ranging from a hundred to ment of the assignment of mission - five hundred dollars, are set as!de for work in the l.hilippine Islands to the Jesuits of the Province of Maryland various charitable and religious pur- Opposite the Postoffice poses. The Church Progress hohls and New York has been made by the Rev. 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