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;PAGE SIX  11 THE GUARDIAN, AUGUST 17, 1945 _ I III St. Anne's Academy Studer,J Reg,ster Septem,oer 6 & 7 Fort Smith.--St. Anne's Aca- demy now in itsninety-third year of educational service to Fort Smith and surrounding territory, will open its 1945-46 school term with registration dates set for Sep- tember 6 and 7. Classes will be in all day session September 10. Sister Mary Helen will be Su- ]perior at St. Anne's, assisted by Sister Mary Frances, Principal St. Anne's is a co-educatlonal institutional, embracing a four year high school course, a school of music r a complete commercial Immaculate Conception Church Immaculate Conception Church dominates the group of Catholic institutions which are located at the head of Garrison Ave., Fort Smith. The Rev. Paul F. Des- mend is pastor, assisted by the Rev. John C. O'Dwyer and the Rev. Joseph N. Doyle. department, and a department of speech. The Academy boasts the high- est affiliation, being a member of the North CerRal Association of i Secondary Schools and Colleges, with grade A classification by a the State Department of Educa- tion. . , The boarding department of the I Academy accommodates girls from Kindergarten age through eighth grade, and boys through eighth grade. The boarding stu- dents of grade level attend the Immaculate Conception Parochial School, taught by the Sisters of Mercy who reside at St. Anne's. The curriculum of the Academy is so constructed that special at- tention is given to the spiritual, physical, and cultural develop- ment of the student. The Sodality of the Blessed Virgin, an organlza- tion to which all Catholic pupils belong, supervises not only the re- ligious life of the pupil, but also the every day life both in school and out. The Sodality Mothers established by Rev. John C. O'Dwyer, Assistant Pastor of- the Immaculate Conception Church and spiritual director of the Sodal- ity, sponsors bi-weekly activities such as dances, skating parties, weiner roasts for the benefits of student recreation in the after- school hours. The course of studies at St. An- ne's includes every requisite for college entrance, business life, and enrollment in Nurses' Train- ing Schools. Subjects introduced during the "emergency prepara- tion" period such as practical Math, physics, and physical edu- cation, will be continued inde- finitely. The music department offers courses in piano, organ, violin and voice training. The Glee Clubs of the Academy participate in all public functions requiring their services. In preparation for the coming school year, the Academy building has been thoroughly renovated. All the windows have been weath- er-stripped and painted, the entire top floor, halls and cafeteria have been touched up in delicate shad- es. Laboratories, library, study hall and class rooms are now in readiness for the opening date in the first week of September. - St. Anne's Academy I St. Anne's Academy is located at the left of Immaculate Concep- tion Church in Fort Smith. Directed by the Sisters of Mercy, the academy offers every opportunity for a well rounded education to Fort Smith youth. Registration this year will take place on September 6 and 7, and classes will start off September I0. OBITUARY (Continued from page 2) In 1940 Father Abbot Paul re- called him to Subiaco, and here he held a prominent place on the faculty until his weakened heart condRon made it necessary for him o retire from teaching last Christmas. He stayed in the ab- bey hfirmary except for several brief intervals when he seemed improved until he was taken to Morrilton last month. A versatile man, Dr. Sauve was prinarily a musician and lan- guage scholar, but his interests ran to such varied fields as telegraphy and law. Burled at Sublaco Funeral services were held at the abbey church Sunday morn- ing, August 12, at ten o'clock. Father Alois Walbe, O.S.B., had te funeral Mass, with Fa, t, hers Robert Lazzari, O.S.B., and Mau- rus Gerke, O.S.B., serving as dea- con and subdeacon. Mrs. Sara Teresa Fazio Helena.--Requiem High Funeral Mass was said Saturday morning, 3]y 14th, at 10 o'clock for Mrs. Suppression Of Religion In Yugoslavia Charged Berne, Switzerland. (IO -- The clergy and religious life in Yugo- slavia are under the strictest sup- ervision by communist militia guards, according to reports to KAP, Polish Catholic Press Agency. The reports stated "a totalitar- ian system completely alien to the spirit of Christian morality and freedom" had been set up in Slovakia, the majority of whose citizens are Catholics. Arrests in churches, it was stated, are a com- mon sight and only small groups are permitted to take part in re- ligious ceremonies such as Mass, marriages and funerals. There are eleven concentration camps in Solvakia, it was stated, in which merchants, industrialists and other persons are confined. A devoted and faithful member of St. Mary's Church, her illness drew her even closer to the faith she loved. Had she lived another month, she would have celebrated , Immaculate Conception School Immaculate Conception school, one of the most up-to-date schools in the state, is fireproofed throughout, and has every equipment and device for the work of both teachers and pupils. The Sisters of Mercy at St. Anne's Academy are in charge of the school.' ew Term Opens At Immaculate Conception School, Fort Smith Fort Smith.Rev. Paul F.Des- mend, PaStor of the Immaculate Conception Church, Fort Smith, has announced registration days at the Immaculate Conception Parochial School to be Wednesday and Thursday, September 5 and 6. On Friday, September 7, the Sisters will meet their classes and begin work for the 1945-46 school term. During the vacation days every care and attention has been ex- pended on the beautiful school I building, the class rooms, and playgrounds for the convenience and comfort of the pupils, to help to increase their interest in class work and their wholesome fun during recreation periods The school is under the direc- tion of the Sisters of Mercy, who for more than ninety years have been leaders in Christian, Cath- olic education in the city of Fort Smit. The Immaculate Concep- tion School has a staff of ten i . . teachers, including the Principal, Sister M. Philippa, who holds her degrees from St. Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri. The school has a fully equipped kindergarten for pre-school age children un- constant effort to uphold and in- Crease that standard. Jr. Hostesses Attend Mass At Camp Chapels Little Rock.--A group of Junior Hostesses from the USO-NCCS Club, 112 E. Seventh Street, plan to attend Mass and receive Com- munion with the servicemen of Camp Robinson at Chapel Nine, Sunday. The Rev. John W. Mad- digan, S.J., is chaplain. Another group of Junior Host- esses attended Mass at the Expan- sion Area Sunday, August 5th, and were heartily welcomed by Chap- lain Hubert G. Bordenave. Both Chaplains are pleased to have the girls from the club at- tend Mass with the service per- sonnel. The servicemen in turn have a chance to see in their midst some of the girls who contribute so much time nd energy in mak- ing the USO-NCCS Club a suc- cess. Junior Hostesses are planning to 1 Scout Troop 11 Little 7th, Mr. Harry teeman, and Mr. Scout Master, took troop 11 to Mr. home on Lake days and a night. joyed swimming, board riding and the they all came home sunburn but said that it it. Friday night the re$ ing was held and w$ tended after the busineJ Mr. Himstedt the asstl master, took the boys to lure golf course for s golf, after which he toc Summerfields for ice score at golf was made Himstedt, Jr., Tommy second and Billy Broadhurst tied for The regular as usual Friday Mr. Spinnenweber to attend the due to the death of Mrs. Mary nenweber, in Clarifies Source' Alle Vatican Vatican City. 0O --( Servizto Stampa, a pre issued daily under the Osservatore Romgno, lion to the fact that it no statement regarding titude of the Holy See international questions, opinions that may be this connection by cert are from private sourc It is believed here comment was occasiorle cent report of Pucci ag A secular press rep in this country quoted source" as saying that expects Japan soon to to the Allies, and ass "Msgr. Enrico Pucci'l press bulletin said toda Vatican viewed the Eur tary and political situs A( as at firs cellency, Convent in 1924. rend Mott i Counc t MueUer, director,  pruldemt NI. Utt I, sreta till., trestmls*, tst ve-p rk Sml %gram of nial Mee State Corn ights of A rrilton, Ar 19th and : ty, Augu Assemblinl rs and ma ! one der the direction of Sister M. An- make these visits every few weeks, ap)rehension'." Sara Teresa Fazio, 79, of her 61st wedding anniversary. , Helena's beloved residents. Dr. Besides" her husband, she is thony. It has also an excellent ]i!:uml n H G. TI. Keller, pastor of St. Mary's survived by three children, Mrs. music department under Sister M. [ , Mueller, Church, Helena, was celebrant. Sam Saint Columbia of Helena, Mercy, who in additionn to pri-[ J][ ]}V  trt.l.l.l.| | V [by the M, Clinton Furniture Co. IVrs. Fazio passed to her eter- Sam Fazio of Memphis, and Jo- vate instruction in piano and] 1|'1%. qio ]L'Ir'-LdJL.d .Fletcher, hal reward Thursday, July 12th, seph Fazio, Jr., of Baton Rogue; speech, directs school music in [ ishop of L after a two year illness of heart ten grandchildren; five great the classes and choir singing in [ RFAkL F_gTATI. __ IN.IlRANI_ [Opening o a'nent, grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. the upper grades specializing in ........................ Ill, T. J. Ar 919 Rers Ave. Brn in Cefalu, Sicily (Italy), Angela Papa of Helena, and see- Gregorian Chant . [ ^ ____,__ |rayer by Mrs. Fazio came to the United eral nephews and nieces. The faculty of teachers in Ira-[ bl im'rmon ector Staes 44 years ago, and resided  Mrs Fazio's family hold in maculate Conception School are:l . [ .... Fort Smith Arlums in /bodaux, Louisiana for four i grateful remembranc-e the kind first grade, Sister M. Urbana; see- W..s --k &..-. yem before coming to Helena expression of sympathy from re- od grade, Sister M. Agatha; third Ill .,. .,. 'mm'[, grade, Sister M. Clementine; I sm=s,m where she lived for forty years. :latives and friends, fourth grade, Sister M. Ricarda; ] #. Pl    fifth and sixth grades, Sister M. ]| 0 ra] FORT SMITH , Beatrice; seventh grade, Sister ]11 I ...... M. Ligouri, and eighth grade, Sis- [| ze = , .. S I G N & N E O N Godt Brothers Drug Store ter M. Welhelmina. All the Sis-J| ,,.orJ.l]irlo S " 3 uers of the school have spent the l| greater part of the summer in [| T=,..-- Smmdw,.k o  RAm. |,,  COMPANY .es 4s-4tsz . college at various places, in-s .........  -own  s, cluding Our Lady of the Lake [| .... i. ,  ..-  a__= *-sL No. 8th  A Streets "=' . . 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