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PAGE SiX THE GUARDIAN, AUGUST 5, 1938 ;i: i + !/!; Fr. Nell, Noted Auth0rityl And Staff Here, Aug. 11 tion ? !a 31ed 1Patgeonl )Con- ference in Milwaukee, Father Nell has just completed a weeks dem- onstration at the Summer School of Catholic Action, at the UrsUline College in New Orleans. His Excellency, the Most Rev- erend John B. Morris, Bishop of Little Rock, has expressed not only his approval but his keen interest in the Demonstration because it promises to be of real, practical service and assistance to priests, sisters and lay Catholics as well. Monsigno/" A. L. Fletcher, V. G., who is in charge of arrangements, states that Father lell's dynamic personality and large fund of prac- tical experience is a certain guar- antee that the Demonstration will be enjoyed by all who attend. Father Nell has been engaged in this work for over twenty five years and has developed a nation- wide service for Parish Activities, based on his own parish experience. "He is a man' Monsignor Fletcher says, "whose ideas have been made to work. His services are now in general demand by parish priests who are interested in de- veloping and promoting live, ac- tive organizations in their par- ishes." There will be no ,admis- sion charged for the Demonstra- tion on August llth. GOOD COUNSEL The Good Counsel Altar So- ciety will receive Holy Commun- ion on Sunday, August 7 at the 7 o'clock Mass. Holy Name Society Meets The members of the Holy Name Society will meet Monday night, August 8 at 8 o'clock, in Good Counsel hall. A social will follow the meeting. St. Anthony Society The Good Counsel St. Anthony society will meet Thursday night, August 11, in Good' Counsel hall at 8 o'clock. Novenas Novena to St. Anthony Tuesday morning after the 7 o'clock Mass. Blessing with the relic is given after the devotion. Eucharistic novena every Friday night at 7:80. Special prayers, period of silent prayer and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. STATE COIJEGE COURSE LISTS BIRTH CONTROL Baton Rouge, La. (EL--Birth control is announced as one of the problems of the course in "Marriage" to be offered at Louis- iana State University this fall. TO THE VOTERS OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT I find.that it has been impos- sible for me to see each voter in this district. I have made an ef- fort to see as many as I could before the close of the campaign. I certainly appreciate the en- couragement, the help, and the kindly attitude all during this campaign, and I hope that your attitude toward me will continue. The reports that have come to me from all over the district are most gratifying, and I know that your support for me will continue, and I feel confident of the result on August 9th. Thanking you in advance for your support, I am, Jesse Fifth Judicial District Political Adv. Sunday Masses Sunday: Low Masses at 6, 7, 9 and 11 a. m. Miraculous Medal Novena Perpetual novena in honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal / will be conducted every Sunday evening at 7:45 o'clock with special prayers, congregational singing, a sermon by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Jas. P. Moran, rector of the Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. and investiture in the Miraculous Medal. Weekday Masses Masses daily at 7:00 and 8:00 o'clock. Inquiry Class The inquiry class in which are explained the teachings of the Catholic Church is held every Tuesday evening at the Cathedral rectory, 802 Center street, at 7:45 o'clock. Special Devotions Tim perpetual novena in honor of St. Therese, the Little Flower of Jesus, with special prayers and ,veneration of the relic of the Saint 'will be held following the 7 and 8 o'clock Masses Wednesday mor- ning. Confessions Confessions are heard ever Saturday from 4 to 6 and rom 7:30 to 8:30 p. m., and on the Thursday before the First Friday and on the eve of Holydays at the same hours. To accommodate those who cann6t conveniently come during these hours, Cortes- sions are also heard before the 7 and 9 o'clock Masses Sunday morning and every morning be- fore the daily Masses. Holy Souls CIII North Tyler & 'T' Streets (Attended from the Cathedral) Mass on Sunday at 8 a. m. Mass on Holydays and on the First Fri, day of the month at 7:30 a. m. Confessions are heard on the eve of Holydays and the Thursday be- fore the First Friday at 2 p. m. Confessions are also heard in the Chapel half an hour before the Mass on Sunday morning. Board of Wardens There will be a meeting of the Board of Wardens of the Cathe- dral parish at the rectory, 802 [Center street, Thursday evening, August I1, at 7:30 p. m. St. Andrew's Men's Club The August meeting of the St, Andrew's Men's Club was held at the Cathedral school hall, Au- i gust 1, with the president, Mr.! Wright F. Lewis, presiding. The meeting was opened wlth a pray- er by Father Maloy. The presi- dent discussed the ims of the club. The following committee was appointed to arrange the program for the September meeting: C. J. Hudgens, chairman; Sam Down- ing, John J. Healey, Ellisworth Downing, L. H. Gasper, John Jacob Idema, Louis McCroy, E. G. Rig- don, Joseph A. Fox.and Edward Rohan. A report on the work of the welfare, committee was made by Jeff Raley. A full report of the work of this committee will be given at the September meeting. Mr. Frank Keegan, a member of the staff of radio station IK. L. R. A, offered his assistance in secur- ing talent for the future programs of the club. Father Maloy made further an- nouncements regarding the an- nual reunion and carnival to be held on September 20 and urged the support of the members of the Men's club in making this affair a social and financial success. Motion pictures on Cub Scout activity were then shown by Mr. J. V. Dabbs, Scout executive, who gave a running commentary of this phase of Boy Scout work. The next meeting will be held on Monday, September 4, in the Cathedral school hall. Following the meeting refresh- ments were served. Catholic Business Women's Club i O?6A.!ZE.2 PARIs+. k FOR HEN WOHEN AHD CHILDREPI- . ] The above are examples of the illustrations to be used by Father Nell and his staff in the Parish Activities Demonstration to be con- ducted in Little Rock this month. ALL SOCIAL PERSONAL and SOC AL|I=MS . l'elephone or Send Social Items to The Guard-TOooNC TUEBS. Jan Office, 3091 W. Second St. Phone 5486./DAY. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Kenney, 519Vz Gaines street left last Tues- day night for an extended visit in New York City, 1.4archmont, N. Y., Atlantic City and Chicago. They will be away about a month. Misses Marie and Edith Kirspel, daughters o Mr. and Mrs. John Kirspel, 1323 McGowan street, have returned from a visit of two weeks in Colorado Springs and Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Lee J. Snyler and son, Lee Jr., and Mr. Alex Isch, have returned to Little Rock after an extended trip through Missouri, Colorado, Arizona, Utah, Cali- fornia, New Mexico and Old' Mexi- co. WANTED: Middle aged man desires job as night watchman , or similar work. Good references. For information address Box G-9, The Guardian, 309 West Second street, Little Rock. The St. Anthony's Society of Good Counsel church will meet on Thursday night, August ll,,at 8 o'clock at the school hall, Mary- land and Bishop streets. The meeting will be followed by a so- cial. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Kelley of Memphis, Tenn., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. De- Clerk for several days last week. Mrs. Kelley is the niece of Mrs. DeClerk. The marriage of Miss Gertrude Gallwitz, and Sterling Shelton, which took place on Monday after- noon, July 25, at the home of the bride, with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. H. H. Wernke performing the cere- mony in the presence of close friends and relatives, has been an- nounced by the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gallwitz. Miss Ellena Gallwitz, sister of the bride was the only attendatlt and Curtis Lynn served the groom as best man. The bride is a graduate of Mount St. Mary's Academy. My. and Mrs. Shelton are at home at 1318 Center street after a wed- ding trip to northwest Arkansas. Mr. Shelton is connected with the Kroger Grocery and Baking Co. HOT SPRINGS Mr. and Mrs. James Louis Elli- son Sr. have announced the en- gagement of their third daughter Cecilia Frances, to Clarence F. Miller, youngest son of Mrs. Helen Miller of Crown Point, Ind. The wedding will be solemnized on Thurday morning, August 18, at St. John's Church in Hot Springs with the Very Rev. Charles B. McCoy, pastor, officiatihg. The bride-elect, who recently return ed from Crown Point, Ind., after an extended visit with her sister Mrs. Edward W. Henderlong and Mr. Henderlong, received her early education at St. John's paro- chial school. Mr. Miller is a = Circle No. 1, of the Cathedral Aid Society, Mrs. J. C. McFarland, chairman, will meet at the home of Mrs. J. D. Finnegan, 14 North Harrison street, on Wednesday afternoon, August 10, at 2 o'clock. Mrs. George Bocver will act as co-hostess. ST. EDWARD'S 9th and Sherman AUGUST 7, 1938 Ninth Sunday After Pentecost Sunday service schedule: Low Mass for early folks 5:30, Com- munion Mass 7, Children's Com- munion Mass 8:30 and High Mass at 10:30 a. m. Sermon topic in all Masses will be: "Sharpshoot- ers Hearing Mass," Gospel text: "It is written: My House is the House of Prayer," Luke 19, 46. Evening services, monthly no- vena to the Mother of Perpetual Help, congregational devotions with Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament, 7:30 p. m. Weekday services: Daily Masses: !6 and 7 a. m. Special evening devotions, Tuesday, in honor of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, 7:30. FOURTH DEGREE KNIGHTS Faithful Captain Charles Hum of the Bishop Andrew Byrne Gen- eral Assembly, Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus, and.the En- tertainment Committee, of which he is chairman, have completed plans for the lawn social to be held on the lawn of the home of Sir Knight and Mrs. C. K. Call, Jr., 1312 South Tyler street, Oak Forest, on Thursday, August 11. They have secured a plentiful supply of home-grown water- melons, and promise some pleasant surprises. Attendance prizes have been donated by Sir Knight John Hum, and Faithful Navigator Wm. B. Randolph, Jr. The host and hostess will be assisted by Sir Knight and Mrs. John Hum and Faithful Captain and Mrs. Char- les Hum. The time will be 8 p. m., and we hope to see all the Sir Knights and their ladies present. graduate of St. Mary's Hall, Crown Point and is now assistant man- ager of the Sample Department of the Carnegie Steel Company at Gary, Ind., where the couple will reside following their mar- riage. B. McCarroll i Candidate for REPRESENTATIVE PULASKI COUNTY A working man who understands the problems of the working peo- ple. A member of the B. of R. T. for 20 years and president of the local Union for five years. B. McCarroll will represent all of the people and will vote the sen- timents of the people in every matter. B. McCarroll will appreci- ate your support. --Political Adv. Black & White Specials LADY BETTY POTATO SALAD ,.o,. Jar ONE HANDY 15c FRUIT JUICE SQUEEZER lOc The regular monthly meeting f the Catholic Business Women's club will be held at the Peacock Tea room Monday evening, Au- gust 8 at 6:15. Installation of new officers will be conducted by the Rev. Patrick Lynch. All mere- KENNEI'HW.COULTER 2 BLACK AND WHITE SPECIALS FOR ONE PRICE 25c t Both 17c Value I For.... Here's Something Really New and Different! LO-CAL-O-RIE ' 29C DRESSING ............................................. 13-Oz Jar Don't envy slender pepple--use LO-CAL-O-RIE! bers are urged to attead. Non-Fattening! Buy it at your Black & White Store! 23-Ye-ar--0-M- Mort-k-- CANDIDATE FOR Heir of Barony ' Representative k London. (E). -- A 23-year-old Pulaski County Benedictine monk is heir to the: As a friend of organized'.]abor ancient barony of Vaux and Har- I solicit your vote and rowden, now that the King has, support. i.$t'ill$a$ called the title out of abeyance No. 15 on the Ballot _i0 ,a.+ / in favor of the monk's mother, --Political Adv. J. $. SLATTERY, PRESIDENT and GENERAL MGR. the Honorable Mrs. Grace Gilbey. The Italian OF LEDWIDGE (Little ,through the Very Rev. Msgr. F. A. Allen tion to their friends to come to their annual evening and all day Sunday, August 6-7. Spaghetti Dinner served all Sunday afternoon, Italy's orchestra will play at night. Catholic + Union of Arkansas Rt. Rev. Msgr. H. H. Wernke, Little Rock, Spiritual Director T. J. Arnold, Little Rock, President Leo IIammer, Ft. Smith, 1st V.-Pree. Joe. Enderiin, Coaaway, 2nd V.-Pres. Joe. A. Schnitzer, Ft. Smith, See. tion for one of most interesting ever held in September 4 and last year our 28 societies had capita tax and elected to annual date we list only Our motto is Catholic Action mean the of beautiful listening to -- -- bibing freely The Catholic societies of Con- offered, or even way, Ark., are deep in prepara- lusty Te Deum, Admission only by 1938 traveling ing out for per a year which card. the good work. so mail your per Captain Bernard T. Heinze, i of delegates Faithful Purses.of the Bishop An- drew Byrne General Assembly, E.F. has finished two weeks training at Camp Robinson with the 405th Infantry, of which he is Regi- mental Adjutant. LABOR Word has been received of the election of John J. Craig, District Master to the office of secretary of the National Laymen's Retreat League. Pulaski BALLOT We G that we can save you money on 3r0ur We Guarantee Our Retread Tires for iI Miles of tread wear. The Cost Is Half As New Tires. Rib or Non-Skid Designs. Convenient Terms Wright Service SERVICE THE "WRIGHT" Broadway at Second 200 , Little Rock, Ark. No. Pho 6148 The Thinking Citi- zens of Arkansas Will Elect R. A. "Bob + COOK GOVERNOR because of his constructive platform,! BUSINESS Judge Cook belie-yes t ht future depends largely & INDUSTRY attitude toward b'hsinesS upon equitable freight rates and a favorable tax will bend every effort to attract new industry t encourage those already here! FARM & Judge Cook will closely Federal Government's program LABOR servation, reforestration, wild tion, flood control, crop diversification will further the advancement and prosperity of laborer, removing the State Labor Del and placing it in the hands of an efficient ted to an impartial and constructive program. AUTO TESTING 00udge Cook favo00 LAW of that part of the hiele Safety Act automobile owners to pay 50c for testing ears. of this act have a tendency to correct the cause eidents and should be retained. SPECIAL ATTORNEY ,$udge FEES the state m ore year by working hand in hand with the office and curbing the c6Jtly practice of attorneys, long pi'omised by other candidates, never put into effect. STATE OWNED Judge Cook wiil operation of the CARS automobiles to use for state purposes only! Judge Cook ployes should own their own ears and receive mileage or tlat allowance for use in the conduct business. REFUNDING Judge Cook believes th +t Highway Bonds can be STATE DEBT a much more favorable terest through the reinstatement of confidence and its administration. In this the advice of experts will be sought. HIGHWAY Under Judge Cook's plan SYSTEM state indebtedness, interest can be saved. tion then, may be expected from this new source This selection of new highways will be made importance in travel. COOK CAMPAIGN ]