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THE GUARDIAN, AUGUST 2 I, 1942 ' IA L L ITEMS NAL and SOCIAL AND 1  ,,r ~-B ORIES SI Items to The Guardian T SU MITTED 309V2 West Second St., Phone 5486, by | MUST BE Tuesday. ] SIGNED Kleck of Scranton, her brother Albert of North Little Rock, entertained with in celebration of her 85th Sunday afternoon at the another brother Eugene on Fouche Pike. Among present were William Frederick, brothers; William Kleck and family; niece Sister M. Florentine Smith. Mrs. Kleck re- lovely gifts. and Mrs. Frank Sellmeyer announce the engage- approaching mariage of Frances, to Law- son of Mr and Mrs. of Jonesboro. The is a graduate of St. school of nursing and of the most popular regis- .Urses in this section. Mr. Is_ a graduate of the Uni- ' of Detroit, and is employed York as a civilian naval where the couple will future home. The will take 'place next re Sterling Silver, soldered link chain, 2 inch sterling sil- Crucifix with drooping Corpus. All heads set Oil on each side, making Length 23 s, in box at ............. $10.OO  ! month in St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York. : FOR SALE--120 acre farm near Mena, Ark., with a four-room house and barn. Price $700.00. Address C. F. Furgeson, R. R. 2, Mona, Ark. WANTED---To rent a house or duplex around Catholic High. Will lease Phone 2-1936; after 5 P. M. call 4-6167. Four Sisters And Mother Take Final Vow As Nuns Victoria, Tex. (E)--Four blood sisters, former members of an all-girl dance orchestra, and their mother have made their final vows as Sisters of the In- carnate Word and Blessed Sa- crament at the Order's Nazareth Convent here. The five, together with an- other former member of the dance band, entered the relig- ious life at the Ord'er's convent in San Antonio in 1938. Before entering the sisterhood their were Mrs. Mary Jones and the Misses Gladys, Hazel, Dorothy and Evalyn Jones. With Miss Ierry McRae, herself a con- vert, as the leader, and Miss Willeon Gray, the Jones sisters constituted the "Texas Ranger- ettes," a popular dance orche- stra, which had toured the Uni- ted States and the Hawaiian Islands. For the past three years they have been teaching in Nazareth Academy here. Conduct00 Services! 4 Six Sundays q In One Month Washington. )--The report of a Transport Chaplain, as quoted in the Circular Letter of Monsig- nor William A. Arnold, Chief of Chaplains of the United States Army, contains this remarkable bit of information: "This chaplain conducted Re- ligious Services during six Sundays this month--account one of the five Sundays was repeated as we crossed the 180th Meridian east- . |,, ward bound. 'Czecho-Slovakian Night' For Soldiers At NCCS Club Mineral Wells, Tex. (E)--All the color and gaity of pre-war Czecho-Slovakia lived again last week at the use club operated' by the National Catholic Commun- ity Service here, when Director Ed Hanifan staged a "Czecho- Slovak] m NI " ' "ght for soldiers from Camp Welters. A group of Czech girls from Fort WortiL dressed in traditional costume, carried baskets of "kol- aces," or sweet rolls, and danced with the soldier-guest. . The program included Czecho- Slovakian national songs by the costumed girls. Camp Wolters Pvt. Z. Demek and his wife, Mrs. Hum Heads use Hospitality Next Sunday Little Rock.--Mrs. George Hum of Good Counsel Parish will serve as chairman of the "Coffee Club" at the U.S.O. Club, operated by the National Catholic Community Service at 112 East 7th, Sunday, August 23. The following ladies will assist Mrs. Hum; Mrs. Robert Peters, Mrs. Harry Snider, Mrs. Louis Oberste, Mrs. Tom Connelly, Mrs. Frank Mullen, Mrs. Henry Wecker, Miss Ella Mac Schay, Mrs. Lorene Allen, Mrs. Joe Huffman, Miss Katherine Murphy, Mrs. Joe Blaty, Mrs. Nell Castle and Miss Elizabeth Prieur. Cofee and doughnuts will be served to the men in the morning and punch and sandwiches in the afternoon. Scapular Privileges Further Extended New York. )--All priests en- joying Scapular faculties will henceforth be able to use such faculties even in those places in the United States and its posses- stuns where there are convents of the Carmelite Order, it was an- nounced today from the central offices of the Scapular Militia here. Moreover, the Scapular faculties already granted individually to all military chaplains listed as of No- vember 1, 1941, have been further extended so that these chaplains can use their faculties even in those places throughout the entire world where Carmelite convents are to be found. Hitherto, Scapular faculties have been restricted in their use to localities which are not already served by the Carmelite Fathers. Now the Most Rev. Hilary M. Doswald, Prior General of the OUR.LADY IN STRIFE-TORN INDIA. Father (ronin Returns To Catholic Hour Washington. (E)--"The Victory of the Just" will be the title of a series of addresses to be given in the nationwide "Catholic Hour" during September by the Rev. John F. Cronin, S.., professor of economics at St. Mary's Seminary, Baltimore, it has been announced here by the National Council of Catholic Men, producers of the broadcast. Father Cronin's series: will begin on September 6 with an address entitled "In Labor and in Toil," and will be heard over 104 stations of the N.B.C. Red Network each Sunday at 5 o'clock, Central War Time. The titles and dates for the balance of the series will be: Sep- tember 13, "The Greatness and Littleness of Man"; September 20, "These are My Brothers," and September 27, "God is My Father." Father Cronin will be making his third appearance in the Catho- lic Hour in this series, having spoken in 1940 on "The Social Crisis and Christian Patriotism" and again last year on "Liberty Defended." Father Cronin has written and lectured widely in the 'hfs dodcarvtng of Ou Lady of the Assumption reposes in the social field. His Economics and Cathedral of Simla, in India. In 1739, it was taken from the Cathe- Society, published recently, has dral of Basseln, India, when the city was sacked by the Mahrattas: been acclaimed as a unique cam- Only in recent yer was it returned to Catholic hands. For nearly bination of careful scientific an- - ' alysis and Catholic social princi- two centuries following its theft, the carving was venerated in a plea. He also organized and con- Hindu teraple at Chandore, Nasik district. (N.C,W.,) ducted an Institute on Social Stu- ' dies at the 1941 Catholic Univer- sity Summer School, which was 6reater Little Rock Activities repeated this year. Carmelites temporarily residing St Andrew's St. Edward's , ,,^ TT.:,^.,is,resriconStates ' has relaxed Masses next Sunday will be cele- 13th Sunday after Pentecost The new extension of r" i" brated at 6, 7, 9, 10, and 11 a. m. Masses will be celebrated at 5:30, , p iv leges iwas announced by the Very Rev Week day Masses are at 7 and 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00 A. M. Sermon Gabriel N. Paus-back, American 8 o'clock. Confessions on Satur- in all Masses will he on "The Duty Assistant General of the Carme- day are from 4 to 6 p m. and from of Children to Provide for Parents ]lites and Director of the Scapular 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. in Need' Men's Communion Day. i Militia. Perpetual Novena to Our Lady The men of the Parish are asked . z: = of the Miraculous Medal is held . Mdtary Delegate To Offer every Sunday e .... in h,o;,,;, to receive Holy Commumon in the Mass For Philippines ' at 745 o m .... " ............  7 o'clock Mass Sunday. Novena o . ' . . the Sacred Heart at 7:30 Sunday Washington. ()A special Mass Instructmn m Cathohc Doctrine evening I will be offered here Sunday, Au- is held in the seventh st., chapel of Daily Masses during the week ;f:/tplr6esidfortt  Philippines and the7.C5atheal Tuesday evenings are, at 6:00 and 7:00 A.M. Novima an*:^" " ........ a.nue.l .uezon. in .. " " of Our Lady of Perpetual Help" ,pauu, o ms mrmQay, AU- _ovena to St. Therese, the Little Tuesday at 7:30 P. M. Social-- gust 19 The Most Rev. J'ohn F Flower of Jesus follows the 7 and The membeI ann h ' _ , .. , "S d uends of t,:_ O Hara, C.S.C., Military Delegate, 8 o clock Masses each Wednesday. Parish will be entertained at binr_: will pontificate at the service, Next Wednesday from 5 to 7:30 Tuesday, 8:00 P. M., by Circle Nol which will be held at St. Aloysius' a supper will be served in the 8, of 'hich Mrs. George Hart Jr, Church. ]lull by the August circle. C. K. is the Chairman. The Mass is sponsored by the Call chairman. Mrs. Paul Collins Filipino Catholic Association of is chairman of the supper and Mrs. Good Counsel Woshington. In announcing the J: Allen Greesomewill serve as i Novena for Peace and Victory i. service the association said it will :clmirman of the dining-room. Af- held every Sunday afternoon at be a Mass"humbly begging God I ter the supper bingo will be played two o'clock followed by Benedic- to grant victory and freedom, [at which the attendance prize, tion of the Most Blessed Sacra- peace and safety, health and siren- ]$25.00 bond will be awarded, to ment. Novena in honor of St. gth to the people of the Philip-Isomeone who has been present Anthony is held every Tuesday pines and their President." /during the month of August. See ACTIVITIES on page 6 . . ^, --,----- -,-.---------^/- ...... .,,...-- --- _ Hectanooga, N. S. (E)--As long i; SJj as her health permitted a daily /$!|1 let r : communicant, Mrs. Hilarion Theri- k.t[J It r') I'. I J rv tilth ault died here at the age of 100 t'l ........ l [|i] years and seven months Noted [[J[ ----:---- 1_---- ax_. = a; / I for her charity to the poor and (%J Iu|lrl onee nneal work ,t;? i l her work in religious societies, t;ll ' -- -- sa L[il he had aided a number of young  ]  H/'rl ':?if .... -. -....... abrook men to study for the priesthood . Out of a large family, only one I'1 209-11 East Markham Street Phone 4 2494[[ I]! sister survives Mrs. Paule am- I1;,t--------. - ........ , .......... . ..... -, ......................  ................. 2.^ 4 x, eau, of Meteghan Centre. Cho [i--g+i:i;.__,):;.:;}:;l is 94 " " ....................... " .......... .......... ' ........ " ............ '" ........  ............ " ..... value in Silxer rosary, flly made, beautiful- soldered link ds, chain, cross and [ece, all solid silver. .......................... $5.00 Sterling Sliver, finished, engraved Soldered link and center all In box at .$4.50 Mildred Ptak, gave folk-dancing ,-- , ,, performances, but here and there on the colorful dance floor the "besed'a" gave way to some all- BILL SCHMIDT American "jitterbugging." --:= AUTO PARTS Universities In Nation's Capital Receive Legacies & TIRE CO New Bedford, Mass. (E)--The Catholic University of America and Georgetown University, both r PARTS FOR ALL CARS r in Washington, D.C., receive leg- acies of $5,000 each in the will of Vulcanizing . Retreading Edward P. Harrington, of this city, Mr. Harrington was a Treasury Department official in Washington 308-10 Towson Ave. for more than four decades. The Dial 414 Fort Smith, Ark will also left $500 to Washington Council, No. 224, Knights of Columbus, of which he was a charter member. TO GET RID OF A BAD. 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Miss Bernadine Lipsmeyer will be chairman of the dance held at the NCCS--oper- ated use Club, 112 East Seventh St., tonight, with Miss Helen Scog- gin, Miss Dorothy Schichel, Miss Genevieve Scarlett and Miss Pau- line Mullen serving on her com- mittee. Misses Ann Simon and Gertrude Walter will be in charge of the door. Warns Invasion Of Countries Must Be Humane London ()--The warning ut- tered by His Holiness Pope Plus XII in his Easter, 1941, address, in which he declared that a nat- ion invading another country must treat the inhabitants humanely and with justice, was repeated in a Vatican City broadcast directed to Germany, which was heard here. The Holy Father had said this treatment must be humane and just since God's pleasure or dis- pleasure depended upon it. The words of the Pontiff, the Vatican --radio speaker said, are still valid today. Catholic Army Nurse Dies At 31 In Camp Pittsburgh. (E)Lieut. Emma May Amend, 31-year-old Army nurse at Camp Polk, La., and' a former resident of this city, has just died after a six-week illness. A Catholic, May Amend volun- teered for Army service in July, 1941, and was assigned to Camp Polk. Also stationed at Camp Polk is a sister of the late nurse, Lieut. Rebecca Amend. Re ,t I ;g;ous, krnc es I "urea'arC er0,Wear ill 00ea.ooo00,e,r.e. i:l No. 101--Beautiful Sterling Silver combination scapular medal and St. Sebastian inscribed "patron' of athlete's pray for 4 INCORPORATED $11 us On back "St. Sebastian martyr, athlete, soldier" on 417-419 Main Street Little Rock, Arkamma  I I No. MEET Your Friends AT BINGO Where: Catholic High School grounds When: Thursday, August 27, 8 p. m. Why:__ To Lend Support to our High School for boys 94Extra heavy endless Sterling Silver chain, 24 inch length on card ...................... : ...... _.:::: .......................... $1.75 92--Strong Sterling Silver chain, 22 inch length with clasp at ................................................................... $1.35 neat card at. ............................................................... $2.50 90---Untarnishable medal ad chain, inscribed on face of medal is "Mary Our Mother, protect our Boys." St. Chris- topher medal on back, on card at ............................. 60c 38--Sterling Silver St. Christopher medal. Inscribed on back, "I am a Catholic in case of accident notify a priest, each 50c No. 40---Steriing Silver Miraculous medal, each .............. 40c No. 33---Sterling Silver Combination medal, St. Christopher, Scapular and miraculous medals all in one at ............. $1.00 No. 37--Oxidized patriotic combination scapular and St. Joseph medals _75c Help Make This Annual Bingo a Success. No. 34---Sterling Silver Scapular medal, each_ ..................... 50c No. 105---Sterling Silver crucifix, suitable for rosary, 1 3-4 inch in length, each ..................................... 75c No. 40---Oxidized pardon cross, 2 inches in length, each ......... 20c No. IS--Oxidized Scapular medal, each. ........................ 15c No. 13---Oxidized St. Christopher medal, Inscribed, on back, "I am a Catholic in case of accident notify a priest." each No. 1?--Oxidized combilaation Scapular and St. Christopher medals with inscription on back "I am a Catholic in case of accident notify a priest." Each _ 15c No. U0---Neatiy arranged black leather folding case with snap, only 2 1-2 inches square, packed with black cocoa bead rosary, miniature prayerbook, scapular and St. Christopher medals, "For God and Country" stamped on case. 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. Prizes will be awarded .... Your Tickets have Been Mailed