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A L L ITEMS and SOCIAL I AND STORIES Send Social Items to The Guardian  SUBMITTED 309 West Second St., Phone 5486, by J MUST BE Tuesday. [ SIGNED Sarna, 1623 No. Allen, Rock, and her two Rita and Bridget Ann Friday for Webster Missouri to visit her Sister Joanna at the Mercy. Mrs. E. A. Epple de- morning for an of two months visit- and Cold Water, Mrs. John A. Hart, Dianne Farrell, have to Denison, Texas, after days with relatives 4n and North Little Rock. accompanied his Uncle on their return, : guest for several weeks. acre farm, at St. parish near Morrilton Land joins church and Good neighbor- rOom house. Write Box Guardian, 3091/z W. 2nd les Sterling Silver, soldered link chain, 2 inch sterling sil- with drooping ms. All beads set on each side, maktrtg Length 23 in box at ............ $10.00 ItionM value in Silver rosary, made, beautiful- soldered link Lds, chain, cross and all solid silver. ............................. $5.00 SUBIACO ACADEMY, SUBIA- CO, ARK., class "A" Catholic boarding school for boys and young men. Grades 6 to 12. Bene- dictine Fthers. Small classes, personalized individual instruction. Many outdoor activities. Splendid sports program. "The Friendly School That Builds Men." Address: Registrar, Subiaco, Ark. WANTED -- Experienced white cook. Must have health certificate and reference. Write P. O. Box 182, Little Rock. St. Edward's Ladies To Serve At USO Club Little Roek.--Ladies of St. Ed- ward's parish will be in charge of the Hospitality activities at the USO Club, operated by the Na- ticmal Catholic Community Service, 1J2 East Seventh St., on next Sunday, August 16. Mrs. J. M. Hampel. chairman will be assisted by the following committee: Mrs. Camille Mctrailer, Mrs. John Wcrges, Mrs. Thus. Krah, Mrs. Chas. Haman, Mrs. Louis Hoyt, Miss Pauline Itart, Mrs. J. C. Hanson. Miss Anna Weny, Mrs. Ge.o. Guanella, Mrs. Richard Cas- sinelli, Mrs. Carl Bopp, Mrs. Mary Beck, Mrs. Roy Atwood, Mrs. C. D. Johnson and Mrs. Leon Major. Mrs. Hampel announces the lad- ie. will serve cinnamon rolls and coffee to service men during the morning hours and hot dogs and iced tea during the evening. Catholic Business Women's Club The life of Madam Marie Curie was the subject of an interesting talk by Miss Anna Russell, Assist- ant Librarian, Little Rock Public Library, at the regular monthly dinner meeting of the Catholic Business Women's Club held Mon- day evening at the Freiderica Ho- tel. Miss Russell touched on Madam Curie's life as a young girl, a stu- dent in Paris, her life and studies with her husband, Pierre Curie, and her continued studies after the death of Monsieur Curie. Miss Russell's talk was interspersed with interesting stories of Madam Curie as a person rather than as a scientist. The business session of the club was presided over by the presi- dent, Miss Mary Ralcy, who also introduced the guests of the even- ing, Miss Regina Barron and Miss Dolores Kirchner. The new mem- bers who were introduced to the club included Miss Kathleen Beardslce and Miss Marie Call. The meeting closed with prayer. 680,000 Copies Of Catholic Hour Topics Requested Washington. (E) -- More than 680,000 copies of "Catholic Hour" addresses have been requested by listeners during the last twelve months, it has been annuoneed by the Executive Committee of the National Council of Catholic Men, producers of the program. The "Catholic Hour" is broadcast over the National Broadcasting Com- pany network. Wilbert J. O'Neill of Cleveland, President of the N.C.C.M., said the Men's Council headquarters re- ceived in one year requests for 242,600 copies of pamphlets con- taining 680,080 of copies of talks on the "Catholic Hour," indicating an "immense audience of listen- ers." The N.C.C.M. has 1,700 af- filiated organizations throughout the country. sterling Sliver, finished, engraved Soldered link and center all In box at $4.50 TO GET RID OF A BAD COLD IN A HURRY TRY S. & B. "SPRATOX" It is just the remedy to check it quickly and if used in time will often prevent it, and other troubles that follow a cold. We are mailing it out every day, why can't we mail you an outfit--75c complete and guaranteed to satisfy SNODGRASS & BRACY _ --Advertisement. ,, , Say It With... FLOWERS FROM ' Fentress Mortuary Silver, Loo-i With fine cut stones. Cru- Head 21 inches. $7.50 : the Only Establishment in Westorn Arkansas demJsned, built and dM* cated oxclusivoly for FumtraJ u'v- |COl. PHONE 6178 THE GUARDIAN, AUGUST 14, 1942 Greater Little Rock Activities St. Adadrew's Cathedral Masses next Sunday will be celebrated at 6. 7, 9, 10, and 11 a. m. Week day Masses are at 7 and 8 o'clock. Confessions on Saturday from 4 to 6 p. m. and from 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. Perpetual Novena. to Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal is held in the seventh St. Chapel of the Cathedral Tuesday evenings at 7:45 p. m. Novena to St. Therese, the Little Flower of Jesus, follows the 7 and 8 o'clock Masses each Wed- nesday. Friday, Vigil of the Assumption, is a day of fast and abstin- ence. Confessions will be heard next Friday from 4 to 6 p. m. and from 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. At Holy Souls  at 2 p. m. Saturday is the Feast of the As- sumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary into Heaven. Masses will be at 6:30, 7:30, 9:30 and 12:05. Wednesday, August 19, there will be a special bingo party sponsored by the August circle, Mr. C. K. Call chairman, at 8:15 p. m. in the Hall 9th and La. Sts. Defense stamps will be awarded as prizes. Tickets of admission are 40c. St. Edward's Feast of the Assumption of the B1. Virgin Mary, August 15, is a Mass of obligation for Catholics. Masses will be celebrated 5:30, 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00 A. M. Benedic- tion of the Blessed Sacrament af- ter the High Mass at 11:00. 12dl Sunday after Pentecost Masses, will be celebrated at 5:30, 7:00, Soldiers' Mass 8:30, High Mass 11:00 A. M. Sermon in all Masses will be on the "Duty of Filial Love". All married women of the parish are expected at the Communion Rails in the 7:00 o'clock Mass. Novena of the Sacred Heart at 7:30. Daily Masses at 6:00 and 7:00 A.M. Novena of "Our Lady of Perpetual Help", Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. Social entertainment by Circle No. 8, of which Mrs. George Hart Jr. is the chairman. Every- body welcome. Good Counsel Masses tomorrow on the Feast of the Assumption, Saturday, Au- gust 15th, will be at 6:00, 7:30 and 9:00 o'clock. St. Anthony Sodality will re- ceive Holy Communion on Sun- day, August 16th, at the 7:00 o'clock Mass. The Sodality will sponsor a Dance in Good Counsel Hall, on Monday, night, August 17th, at 8:00 o'clock. Novena for Peace and Victory, every Sunday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. St. Anthony Novena every Tues- day morning after the 6:30 and 8:00 o'clock Mass. Eucharistic and Little Flower Novena is held every Friday night at 7:30. Builders night this Friday night, August, 14th, will be in charge of the Holy Name Society. Activities begin at 8:30. St. Patrick's Masses will be celebrated' at, 6, 7 and 8:30 a. m. tomorrow, he feast of the Assumption. Bene- diction will follow the 8:30 Mass. The Mission collection will be taken up Sunday at the Masses. Sunday is Holy Communion day for all the girls of the parish. The weekly sociM to be held in the hall Monday evening at 8 Cclock will be sponsored by the Altar Society. Mrs. T. C. Quinn is chairman, assisted by Mrs. J. J. Kennedy, Mrs. M. W. Barron Mrs. Mary Pruniski, Mrs. E. De Roche, and Mrs. Kate Garves. Among U. S. Forces In Great Britain London. (E)--The proportion of Catholics in the United States forces now stationed in Great Britain is about one in four, Father Henry Ford, chief Cath- olic chaplain, told the London Universe. ,There are many Catholic chaplains with the considerable American force in the British Isles. Father Ford, a priest of the Archdiocese of Denver, said atten.dance at Mass and the number of Confessions and Holy Communions are highly com- mendable. Mass is celebrated in any type of building avail- able--barracks, dining halls, tents and even in the open. :Where a church is available, of :course, it is used. The chaplains have their own Mass kits, provided by the Chaplains' Aid Association of New York. Welfare work is done through the Red Cross. Altar Society Prepares Chest For Rice Carnival Stuttgart.Holy Rosary Altar society here at its recent meeting voted to give its full support to the coming Junior Rice Carnival, a major social event of the year in Stuttgart. The major project of the society will be a cedar chest filled wfth beautiful cut work and other home needs, which will be raffled at the celebration. Al- ready several pieces of hand work has been made and several articles donated. Mrs. Oscar Selig and Mrs. August Hoevels Jr., are in charge. Mrs. George Selig, assisted by her daughter, Miss Esther Selig, was hostess to the group at the August meeting, when thirty mem- bers and four gUests attended. Guests were: Mrs. Frank Oenning, Miss Vivian Wallworth, Mrs. H. F. Davis and Mrs. R. G. Roach of Jonesboro. The president, Mrs. A. R. Thor- ell, called for reports from chair- men. Mrs. Oscar Selig, dhairman of the entertainment given in the school hall July 13, reported re- turns of $51.70. Father Evans, pastor, expressed his gratitude to the society for the $25.00 donatioh made to the St. Anne's Mission Church building fund. Mrs. Selig, an invalid for many years, proved a gracious hostess. A charter member of the society, Mrs. Selig is alert and active in the society. The society welcomed Mrs. Frank Oenning as a new member and Mrs. Paul Scherm won the award. The September meeting will be with Mrs. Ed'. Knetzer, assisted by Mrs. Irving Strabala and Mrs. Paul Scherm. Catholic Hi London Issue Of Polish Stamps Bingo Tickets Mailed Little Rock.Plans for the an- nual Catholic High School Bingo to be held on the school grounds at 8:15, Thursday, August 27th, are completed. Tickets to the Bingo and chances on the War Stamps have been mailed out to the friends of the school. If, due to an. error, anyone should not receive his tickets, they can be procured the night of the party or from,the chairman of the Bingo, Mrs. Joseph Beck. In case of rain on the date of the party, Bingo will be played inside the school building. Shows Shambles London. (E)  Eight postage stamps have been issued by the Polish Government in London. :They will interest collectors but they have a limited usefulness. The stamps, which illustrate war :subjects will be used from Polish ships at sea, and Polish :troops in Britain will be given an opportunity of sending their mail via Polish ships. In design and color they re- semble earlier Polish issues. ',They show airplanes, tanks, machine-gunners and war ruins in Polish cities. One stamp has a view of stricken Warsaw seen through charred beams of a bombed building, with St. John's Cathedral in the back- ground. The center design is surmounted by the Virtuti Cross which was awarded to the city for its heroic resistance. PAGE THREE Archbishop Youngest Of Hierarchy Ottawa. (E)--The Most Ray. Nor- bert Robichaud, whose appoint- ment as Archbishop of Moncton has just been announced, becomes the youngest member of the ttier- archy in Canada. He is 37. At the same time that the ap- pointment of Archbishop-elect Robichaud Was announced th Most Rev. Camille Leblanc, Rector of the Cathedral of the Assumption at Moncton, was named Bishop of Bathurst. Archbishop Robichaud, who suc- ceeds the late Archbishop J. L. Junior Nurses Sponsor USO Dance Tonight Little Rock.--Junior Nurses of St. Vincent's Infirmary will be in charge of the dance held at the NCCS-operated USO Club, 112 East Seventh St., tonight, with :Miss Alma Lou Wagner serving as chairman. Assisting Miss Wagner as host- esses will be: the Misses Nona Alley, Anna Marie tlighsmith, Belle Perry and Maxine Lee. It should be easier for us. to love God with Mary as our model, mediator and guide than if we were members of a church that does not honor the Virgin Mother. Mary, the best of lovers of God, the most perfect of all creatures can teach us how to love, how to increase our love, how to live and how to die---loving God. Bernard T. Heinze WOULD APPRECIATE YOUR INSURANCE BUSINESS (All Kinds Except Life) WITH RIGHTSELL-COLLINS-BARRY-DONHAM, Inc. Arthur Melancon, first Archbishop Insurance -- Estates -- Investments  Real Estate Loans of Moncton, was born at St. 218 Louisiana Street Phone 4-1265 Charles, New Brunswick. He made his studies at St. Ann's College, k..k..dk.dk. .k, Church Point, N.S., and at Holy "v-'v-v'v'v-v'v'qv'r'v'1--wv1-''V Heart Seminary, Halifax, and was ordained on May 1, 1931. At the time of his elevation to the Hier- archy he was Vicar General of the Diocese of Bathurst, having pre- viously served as Secretary to the Bishop and then as Chancellor. 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On back "St. Sebastian martyr, athlete, soldier on neat card at ....................................................................... $2.50 No. 90--Untarnishable medal and chain, inscribed on face of medal is "Mary Our Mother, protect our Boys." St. Chris- topher medal on back, on card at ................................. 60C No. 38Sterling Silver St. Christopher medal. Inscribed on back, "I am a Catholic in case of accident notify a priest, each .......................................................................... 50e No. 4{N-Sterling Silver Miraculous medal, each ..................... 40e No. 33---Sterling Silver Combination medal, St. Christopher, Scapular and miraculous medals all in one at ................ $1.00 No. 37Oxidized patriotic combination scapular and St. Joseph medals .................................................................... 75c No. 34---Sterling Silver Scapular medal, each ...... : .................... 50c No. 10---Sterling Silver crucifix, suitable for rosary, 1 3-4 inch in length, each ......................................................... ?c No. 40--Oxidized pardon cross, 2 inches in length, each ......... 20e No. l-Oxidized Scapular medal, each_ ................................. 15c No. IS--Oxidized St. Christopher medal, Inscribed on back, "I am a Catholic in case of accident notify a priest." each ................................................................................. 15c No. 17Oxidized combination Scapular and St. Christopher medals with inscription on back "I am a Catholic in ease of accident notify a priest." Each ......................... 15e No. llg---Neatly arranged black leather folding case with snap, only 2 1-2 inches square, packed with black cocoa bead rosary, hiniature prayerbook, scapular and St. Christopher medals, "For God and Country" stamped on ease. Suggested gift for our boys in the armed forces. Each $1.25 For Immediate Delivery Place Your Order With THE GUARDIAN 3091/t West 2nd, Little Rock, Ark. I