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THE GUARDIAN, AUGUST 25, 1928 Page Three SOCIAL1ALL SOCIAL ITEMS .MUST -- BE IN THE OFFICE B Y Social Items to The Guardian NOON rUES- West Second Street• Phone 5486 DAY. Edward's Church annual St. Ed- en Thursday, Miller has returned stay at Lud- has returned Ethel Gaughan Stuart A1- and Josephine ', Mrs. J. C. Powell, a motor trip to Biloxi, Miss. ~" Joe McNeil and to Lake Village to as the guests Hart, Jr., and their race- Mass at Church. card party by Edward's Church month on Tuesday, Edward's Hall, Streets• A beauti- L SCore will be given will be committee will Win. Gilmore, Lee Snyder, , Mrs. Victor Koers, card party will be Mrs. A. Brug- t Tyler street, Men- L, for the benefit of ~rs' Asso- linen lunch given as the prize each table and re- served. The fol- will be in charge: G. Hum, Mrs. Mrs. W. E. Detert. the presence of a gathering that filled the edifice• The chancel was banked with palms and the altar was d~cco~at- ed beautifully with white roses and white lighted tapers• Preceding the ceremony, Miss Francesca Zeisler sang "At Dawning" and "God Made You Mine," with Henry Lensing at the organ. Mr. Lensing played Loh- engrin's wedding march as a proces- sional and Mendelssohn's wedding march for the recessional. During the Nuptial Mass whach followed the ceremony, Miss Zeisler sang, "Ave Maria." The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, E. H. Reville, was lovely in a period gown of white taffeta and lace and a long tulle veil which was held in place with a coronet of orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of Bride roses and valley lilies. Mrs. Victor Gardner Gordy, as matron of honor, was gowned in pink taffeta and carried a bouquet of pink roses• Miss Helen Flanigan of E1 Reno, Okla., sister of the groom, as maid of honor, wore nile green taffeta and carried a col- onial bouquet of pink roses• Miss Alice Bernier and Miss May Besiegel, as bridesmaids, wore frocks of peach and pale blue taffeta and carried colonial bouquets of pink roses. Mas- ter James Clifford Henson of Chick- asha, Okla., the ringbearer, wore a white satin suit and carried the ring in the heart of a lily. Harry Din- widdie served the groom as best man. Robert E. Palmer of Brockton, Mass., and William S. Allen were ushers. Immediately after the ceremony a wedding break'fast was served at the Hotel Marion for the bridal party and the immediate families. Mr. and Mrs. Flanigan left for a wedding trip to Oklahoma. The bride is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Reville and is a graduate of Mount St. Mary's Academy. She is a well known danc- er and reader. Mr. Flanigan is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Flan- igan of E1 Reno, Okla. Out-of-town guests for the wedding were Mrs. James A. Lines, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas CATHEDRAL NOTEStLittle Rock • s e 't College Notes m Co-Education. Low Masses at %9-11 a. m. No evening devotions. Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament im- mediately after the eleven o'clock Mass• Weekday Mass. Mass daily at 7!30 a. m. Hours for Confessions. Confessions are heard at the Ca- thedral every Saturday, the eve of Holydays, and the Thursday before the First Friday of the month from 4 to 6, and 7:15 to 8:45 p. m. Confessions are also heard before the seven and nine o'clock Masses on Sunday and every morning of the week for one-half hour before the daily Mass. Church of Our Lady of the Holy Souls. Sunday Mass at 8 a.m. Confessions for one-half hour before the Mass. Mass on the First Friday at 7:30 a, m. Circle No. 1 Meeting. The regular monthly meeting of Circle No. 1 of the Cathedral Aid Society was held on Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Jessie Smith, Prospect Terrace, with a large number of members attending, and with Mrs. N. I. Bushey, chairman, presiding. The report of the secretary was read, and was of more than the usual interest, for it showed that this Cir- cle has been exceptionally active all through the summer months. Mrs. Fred Morrison, treasurer of the Cir- cle rendered a report that was un- usually good, and it was immediately voted by the members to make a do- nation of a substantial amount to the treasury of the Aid Society at its Edith Mary Burke, Miss Mabel Burke and Miss booth at the Aid Carnival which is Joseph Flanigan Mabel Estelle Burke, all of Chicka- to be held at the Cathedral Center, 9:30 Thursd~" she, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. George W. 503 East Sixth street, on the 2nd, Cathedral Flanigan and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. and 3rd of October. The Circle will P. Moran, rec- Sewetl of Et Reno, Okla., and Miss promote the fancy work booth, and officiating in Norma Bacon of Kansas City. judging by the wonderful success The King, the last Sunday in Octo- which this Circle attained at the last carnival, and by the great enthusi- her. asm shown at the meeting for the coming event, the success of former Visiting Sisters From Nazareth, Ky. years is to be maintained. Sister Ann Patrick McShane and The Rev. James P. Moran, rector :il No. 2650,Sister Teresa Angele Rhdmond are of the Cathedral, and the Rev. James lumbus, visiting their girlhood homes here in G. Evans, assistant at the Cathedral, Wholesome; races Fort Smith. Sister Ann Patrick is were both present at the meeting, ball games peppy the eldest daughter of Mrs.- E. P. and expressed gratification at the craters loud and McShane, and Sister Teresa Angela is enthusiasm which was being shown by amitteesl~PY and congenial;busy, but one of six daughters of Mr. and Mrs. this Circle in its activities, and in rding to the latest M. F. Redmond. Both religious are the results obtained. graduates of St. Anne's Academy and Following the meeting a delight~ful ck or in distress, are now guests of the Sisters of Mer- lunch was served, consisting of fancy )es the second pic- cy while in the city. Sister Ann Pat- ices and cake, by the hostess, assist- L given by St. Ed- rick, is also a graduate of the Cath- • 2650, August olic University, Washington, D. C., ed by Mrs• Smith. having received her degree, Mus, It was a delightful meeting, and one certainly deserve Bac. there and Sister Teresa Angela which augurs well for the success of thorough, and is agraduate from the Training the efforts, of the chairman and mem- , bers of Cncle No 1 economical way School for Nurses, St. Vincent s Hos- " • • fis over. pital, Little Rock ~ , St. Edward's who The Cathedral School will resume of the city limits, F~-----~ its fall and winter terms, Monday, elon patch was re-] ~r]~ ~l~D~ ]lSeptember 10th, with Mass in the over night, is I ~|s ~lJ ~ ~'~l~kV t~ ~i Cathedral at 8 o'clock• All children is, but says he was ]t~ylwTt~#~11 i i attending this school are expected to L for hogs anyway, i I.HIIKI.H Jibe present at Mass. [ ~ ........ | I Our Lady of the Holy Souls School ~ . ., • _ . ~~lwill re-open Monday, September 10, on ivlonoay mornmg, Augus~ZU, l ........ , . ....... , .. l w~n ivlass m zne cnurch at 8 o'clock the Altar ~oys oI ~t. ~awara s rar-I .......... .... ~azer wmcn tne Inn ann winter terms ish enjoyed their annual picmc, mace! ..... . , ,• | Wlll De resumee possible by the generous aonauonsI ~hrist the King, or of members of the parmh on Assump-] ........... darly known, "the tion Day. I IITILITIE. gGgg Tfl L" located in th~ After assisting at the 8 o'clock] v-- ,-. ~ ~.,.~,J.*aL a~ section is a fas Mass, thirty altar boys accompaniedI ~fl]~]trRfll PlIIDIT~ 5sh.Two Masses ~r by about seven or eight ladies of the] ItJ1tlll lll¢ltA lIJl~lllO , - Y Sunday at six parish, left in autos for Forest Park.[ ~ AIDLrAIUOA and the church is The morning was spent in roam- ,,,, /tlXlkAI'4 A2) :Y for both,Masses, ing arouno, and by the laaies annI • r the Church. others in preparing for the noon meal, l whmh was eaten out in the open alr.] eriol, of thechurch ' • * • A recent issue of the United o s States Daffy carrmd a steno re finished aspect. Great anxiety was shown by the b y [" " " magi:. ~a~erlv awa't 2 n , ]graphic reportof the examination handeliers, sconces who ........ o____ ___Led _ ,.. m,. ~P have been in- +h~ +; .... h~, fh~ ,mblic swimmin~,l of the Public Relation Council of the very original and ~-~" ....... "Y- ~ ~'~ ......... ~ i Arkansas Utilities In the course of pool was openeo. -~l ~n~ uoy~, ...~-, testlmon iven n almost the y g by thin gentle ed by Fathe~ Fla- very few exceptions, e joyed ] " " " • ^ ~- ..... ~ ~li-htful b-thin~ and]man it is developed that the Public Wrought in iron by t,~ ,,~, .... u~ ~ ~ ~ , ~, h$ been placedswimming." • ]Relation. Council planned a campaign n oth eel] to wm the support of the ministers The de altars are At about 4:15 . m. an er m Soon ~ill be ready .......... ~ +o h,,n~r,, mouths and at] of Little Rock for the utilities. In about~5"~" re"the entire arty left a course of questioning it is brought dch ave been or- P- • P Mrs. Frank Lewis for Fair Park, where new enjoyments out in, December, 1923, there was a ~g statue, awaited them dinner given under the auspices of Le Flower Due to the'exceptional kindness of the utilities to the mifiisters of Little an alcove Mr. John Keenan arrangements were Rock. Some thirty or thirty-five An un- made so that all of the boys as well ministers were present and out of Although the fact that LitEe Rock College is to open its doors this year for the first time to "women in all branches, and although this fact of the change in the conduct of the Col- lege has been announced in the Guar- dian and in both of the local papers, bhere seem to be many who appear to be unaware of the change. Dur- ing the past week, on Sunday morn- ing, both of the local papers carried short articles in which mention was made that Little Rock Co~ege would this year be co-edffcational. The week following this announcement, a large number of women called on the phone or in person, and were surprised to learn that the College was making plans to branch out this year as a co-educational institution. That the change has met with favor is still further evidenced by the in- creased number of women who are making application to the College au- thorities daily and have signified their intention of entering the Col- lege this year. The Department of Pharmacy--,which was added to the curriculum of the College four years ago~-and which has met with unusu- al success in training young men for the profession of Pharmacy, was al- lowed last year to accept a limited number of women jn this department. Four young ladSes took advantage of this opportunity offered them and successfully completed their first year in June. The innovation proved to be so successful, that the authori- ties of the College decided this year that the co-educational feature would be extended to all departments of the first meeting in September• Small College. That the change in the con- turtles, among the members have been duct of the College has been a wise held during the summer months, all of which have netted substantial sums, and the last one was held at the home of Mrs. Richard Miles, Jr., according to the report rendered at the meeting and was just as success- ful as those which had been held previously. A general discussion followed the business meeting, at which plans were set on foot looking to a successful Medical, Pre~Legal, Pre-Engineering one, is indicated by the increased in- terest which has been aroused among the young women of the city and state, and it would not be at all sur- prising this year if when the regis- tration has been completed~ the wo- men students outnumbered the men. Courses at the College are now avail- able for ~vomen, not only in the course of Pharmacy, but in the Pro- ~f sanctuary chimes as the ladies could enjoy the giant been donated by roller coaster, the merry-go-round, Miss M. and the electric train. A little after A church 6 p. m. a tired but satisfied party ~ph Ferrari, made their way home. us] arhas Due to sickness or other reason, New about 15 of thealtar' boys were not to be rung for present. Those who were, ~horoughly feast of Christ enjoy~ the day. this dinner according to the utilities' representatives grew the local min- isterial alliance. It is also brought out in the course of the examination of the utilities' representative that a former minis- ter of Little Rock devoted some re- marks to the advantages the utilities were giving the public. and Pre-Dental, as well as in the courses of Arts and Sciences. A bus- iness course is also offered to all who care to avail themselves of this p~tvilege. Little Rock College is the only in- stitution in the state under Catho- lic auspices which offers the above courses to both men and women. Registration Dates. The dates for registration this year have been set for the 12th and 13th of September for the day stu- dents, and for the 14th of September for the boarding students. The first formal sessions of all classes in the College will be held on Monday, Sep- tember 17th, at the close of the for- mal opening exercises. As has been the custom in the past, the formal opening exercises wilt take place on Monday, September 17, with Mass of the Holy Ghost in St. John's Chapel, Morris Hall at 9 a. m. The sermon on this occasion will be the candidates, and the football uni- forms wil be given out• It is important that all candidates report promptly on the date seL as but a brief time intervenes before the first game of the year, and much work is to be done. "Tarzan" Holt, a former star of the University of Tennessee, will probably handle the squad for the first week of practice, as Coach Brennan will be engaged in his work as umpire in the South- ern League, and as the league season does not close until later, Coach Holt, who was a star in his day at the Uni-, versity, will come over to get the team in condition for the first game of the season. Mr. Ho~.t formerly play- ed under the direction of Coach Brennan and is familiar with his style of play, and he should prove to be of great help to the coach in the ad- vance work of the season. Morris Prep School. The Morris Prep School, a Class A High School, conducted under the supervision of the College, will open on the same day as the College, with registration for day students and boarders taking place on the days set for the registration of the Col- lege students. 550,824 BAPTISMS OF INFANTS, OUTCASTS REPORTED FOR YEAR (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) Pittsburgh, Pc., Aug. 14.--Through the agency of the Association of the Holy Childhood, 550,824 infants and outcasts were baptised during the last year, the Rt. ReD. Msgr. William F. Stadelman, C. S. Sp., Central Di- rector of the United States, has just announced. It is impossible, Msgr. Stadelman asserted, for the manage- ment of the Association to obtain re- ports of all those who received aid, adding that the total given represent- ed the compilation of reports actually received. The Association, Msgr. Stadelman reported further, is enjoying an ever increasing membership. "Not to speak of the prayers and sacrifices offered up by its associates," he said, "the children's mite last year reached a round million of dollars. This ~rincely sum was distributed on May 30 to 389 vicariates, prefectures and other mission centers that labor for the extension of Christ's Kingdom among the pagans•" This year, as in years past, he said, a substantial sum was voted the Catholic Indian Missions of the Unit- ed States, while Alaska and the Philippine Islands, too, were remem- bered. There were also grants to the various missions conducted in pa- gan countries by members of Mary- knoll, the Society of the Divine Word, the Passionists, Jesuits, Capuchins, Holy Ghost Fathers and other mis- sionaries. This year the sum voted the Indian School was increased from $2,280 to $3,140. At present, the reports show, 792,- 910 children are being cared for and raised as Christians iKdifferent parts of the pagan world. ARTIST2 ACCLAIM WITH HEAD OF CHRIST" San Francisco, Aug. 20.--Immedi- ate acclaim has been won by a work MISSIO CAMPAE MEETS WITH SUCCESS IN MANY PLACES The Very Rev. S. J. Peoples, Vice- Rector of St. John's Seminary and Dean of Missions is continuing his campaign throughout the dioceses, making known the needs of the mis- sions. On Sunday, August 12th, at the invitation of Dr. Clarendon of St. Edward's Church, Texarkana, Dr. Peoples preached at all Masses at that Church. On Sunday, August 19th, through the courtesy of the Rt. ReD. Msgr. H. H. Wernke, of Our Lady of Good Counsel, Little Rock, Dr. Peoples spoke at all Masses at that Church. On Sunday, August 26th, Dr. Peoples will speak at St. Joseph's Church, Conway, Ark., and the following Sunday, September 2, he has been invited by the ReD. P. Bartodiecj to address the congrega- tion at St. Mary's Church, North Lit- tle Rock• Dr. Peoples' mission is that of mak- ing known the needs of our home mis- sion field here in the diocese and stressing the obligation of our Cath- olic people here of helping their less fortunate brethren in the outlying districts. Dr. Peoples likewise brings out the fact that through various agencies and especially through the generosity of the Catholic Extension Society a great many churches and missions have been built up. Dr. Peoples reports that he is very well pleased with the reception he has received at the hands of the peo- ple, and he believes an interest has been aroused in the welfare of mis- sion work here in the diocese: How- ever, he adds that the final fruit of this campaign will be shown in the monthly mission collections in the various parishes of the diocese. Your Relatives Who Coming Over not make all ar- rangements for them? You can do it quickly and easily. Buy prepaid tickets and thus save them all the bother and trouble of secur- ing their steamship aceom. modations:ifyoubook them on a Cunarder, you will be sure of their travelling on preached by the ReD. Lawrence of art entitled "The New Head of a splendid ship and enjoy- , Chmst," done by G~rard Hale, San unar 0 Nell, A.M. " " ing world.famous C d At the conclusion of the Mass, the Francisco artist service and courtes entire student body will repair to the [ The picture, on display at the Ec- Y" auditorium in Fitzgerald Hall, where I clesiastical .... Supply Association, has ..~ee ......... ~our Lacat ~rzsn .agent'or the first student Conference of the ] created such an impression maz cop- year will be held. The rules which ies have been made and now are be- K~ ....... govern the conduct of the students ing offered to the public. L~U~A~L} for the year will be read, and a gen- ] An excellent reproduction in color, A~][-][d['~]:~ | .][W~]~ eral outside of the program for the]autographed by Hale, was presented ,~t.~][l~t~ l~][x ~1~.~ year will be announced. Regular ses-t to His Holiness, Pope Plus XI, as a sions of all classes will then be held, [gift commemorating the silver jubi- .. - 1135 37 Ohve 3treet lastin for ten minutes each, in order]lee of the founding of the Catholic _" _ - g , ...... 5t Louis, Mo. to allow all the students ~o meet their I Daughters o~ America. The presenta-" " professors, and to obtain their book[ tion was made during the European - lists. Classes will be dismissed on[ tour under the auspices of CouncRProtect Your Funds With 1 Cunard Traveller'a Cheques ~ Monday at noon The regular hour[ 615, Kn',ghts of Columbus. : ' • " " - ---:~ ~^ taken u'~ on i- ,,,,, perloa ctasse~ wm ~,~ ' v I I Tuesday morning. Students who ] | come late for r~istratiOna a s thiSectal year/!fee,|[ MORTGAGE LOANS will be obliged to p y P " | I as the work of the opening oftth:t| If interested in a new loan or refinancing your old one on :favorable college has been so arranged th [ |terms it will pay you to see us. The Massachusetts Mutual Life In- delay can be experienced by the stu-~] suranee Co. makes a specialty of loans on Catholic Properties, and has who shes to advanoe with his/[ been loaning money in Arkansas over .ars. e asses, l! • , Football Practice. , • During the past week, Coach Wil-]] W. S, McCARROLL ham Brennan, who is to direct the|I • / • Loan Correspondent destinies of the Eagle ,Squad this|l ......... ........ d/I t,~,~ uonagoey Uldg. Telephone 4-1887 year, pain a visi~ ~o me :t~onege an [ I • * . [ ~] ] had an interwew w~th ,the Athlet~c[ Committee. Coach Brennan is high- ly pleased with the progress of the ,work of the committee thus far, and with the local situation generally. He went over the schedule w~th the committee and feels that with any kind of success, that the Eagles will stand at the top of the win column this year. Coach Brennanhas in- structed the Athletic Committee to send out notices to all members of the squad to report for first practice at the College on Friday, September 7th, when the general outline of his plans for the year will be given to Whether you are a fool or a wise person can be teated very Simpl~. The acid test is temorrow. _ That means: I~ tomorrow in your thought, dominating all you do today? Be a tomorrow man, The money you put in your Savings Account is Tomorrow'e Monq. BA2 C "Come Grow With a Growing Bank~' $~00,000.00 SURPLUS, $48,~M~J~