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PAGE SIX THE GUARDIAN, AUGUST 27, 1943 El Dorado Businessmen Asks Loyal Support Of Guardian Reade =rkansas Girls Make Vows With ;is ers of Mercy, Websterfiroves Webster Groves, Missouri. rain a dual ceremony of religious re- ception and final profession, four young ladies who are well known in Arkansas became members of the Religious Sisters of Mercy. Thirteen others participated in the ceremony. Miss eorgia Belle 0o:, E1 Dorado, Arkansas (Sr. M. Hum- belin',-]i''t"uh Emiiy Hurst, St. Louis, M0. (Sr. M. Francine) both attended Mt. St. Mary's (Walnut, Kans.), Sr. M. Andrea Flanagan (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Sr. M. Eileen .Durnell (Carthage, Mo.), Sr. M. Leonilla Massoth (Piqua, Karts.), and Sr. M. Ma- d e 1 e v a Freimel (Umbarger, Texas.) The officiating priest was Rev. Clarence A. Corcoran, C.M., of Kenrick Seminary, chaplain of the convent. He was assisted as Master of Ceremonies by Rev. Ralph A. Lassance, S.J., who had conducted the retreat prior to the profession, and Brother Paul Frey, S. d. Present in the san- ctuary were Very Rev. Patrick J. Holloran, S.J., Very Eev. John W. Conroy, C.M., Rev. Raymond F. Diermann, Rev. James J. Dug- gan, Rev, John Kunkel, O.S.B., Rev. William S. McDonald, M.M., Rev. Eugene P. Murphy, S.J., Rev. Academy of Little Rock, and re- eeived the habit and first vows. Sr. M. Teresina Fulghum, (Fre- donia, Kas.) and St. M. Eugenia Pellin (Gilroy, Calif.) made per- petual vows. Sister M. Eugenia is a graduate of St. Anne's Acad- emy, Fort Smith, and Sr. M. Teresina has been a member of the teaching staff at Good Counsel School in Little Rock. Others who received the habit are: Miss Ann Estelle M. R?ily, Jennings, Mo. (Sr. M. Victima), and Miss Phyllis Urban, Bruner, Mo., (Sr. M. Krtstin). Those taking perpetual vows are: Srs. M. Richard Frey and M. Edwarda Maher (Springfield, Mo.), Sr. M. Thomasita Quinn (St. Louis, Mo.), Sr. M. Davida Duchamp, (St. Martinville, La.), Sr. M. Clarence Karleskint and Sr. M. Julita Lienhard (Ft. Scott,. Kans.),' Sr. M. Charlene Stephen El Dorado Oil Mills And Ferti]lizer Company Manufacturers COTTON SEED PRODUCTS AND FERTILIZER EL DORADO, ARKANSAS, ...................... - ..... :---:- ,,,- ALLEY and SONS North Jefferson and Church Phone 725 El Dorado, Arkansas MARINE OIL CO. 1 St. National Bank Bldg. J El Dorado, Arkansas II II I1 IIII I Timmins Hardware And Furniture Co. i ii iiii1 El Dorado, Arkansas Holy Redeemer Church, E1 Dorado Above is Holy Redeemer Church, withHoly Redeemer School shown at the left. beautiful Spanish Mission style white cement. The church is 112 was built in 1923. The interior Daniel J. Ryan, Rev. Thomas R. Woods. i The sermon was delivered by t v. Francis B. Koeper, C.M., of Kenrick Seminary. The rever- end speaker reminded the newly- received and finally-professed of the gratuitous grace accorded them by God in the fact of their being called to religion, and of their obligation to give him in re- turn by their vows of poverty, chastity and obedience, gifts similar to the gold, frankincense, and myrhh offered Him by the Wise Men. Turning to the par- ents, he assured them of their share in the reward awaiting their childrena reward in pro- poi'tion to their participation in the sacrifice of which the cere- mony was at once the occasion and the symbol. At a private ceremony earlier in the morning, Sister M. Aquin Buckowitz (St. Louis) pronounced temporary vows. Rev. Thomas R. Woods, assisted by Rev. Ralph A. Lassance, S.J., officiated. In the afternoon, His Excel- lency, The Most Reverend John J. Glennon, Archbishop of St. Louis, visited the convent to congratu- I late the participants in the cere- I monies of the day. In a brief ad- l dress to the Sisters, His Excel- ]lency cited many examples of tpersons who by their external works gave evidence of the true has a dark rich finish. Chicagoans To Pray For Lasting Peace Chicago. ()Chicago Catholics, at the Holy Hour to be held at Soldier Field on Septe4nber 12, will pray for "a great and last- ing peace," the Most Rev. Samuel A. Stritch, Archbishop of Chicago, declared in a statement made at a press conference here. "The first intention for which we shall pray," the Archbishop said, "is a great and lasting peace through the victory of our arms; secondly, that God may protect and watch over our soldiers and sailors and all that are engaged in our war effort; and then that God may give all of us the strength to bear correctly the hardships which the war imposes upon us and to turn these hard- ships into a great contribution to !the enduring and the widening ]of our free institutions. "The theme of the Holy Hour prayer this year is going to be Lepanto and now. In explaining this theme--in times of old, in times of great stress, Catholics gathered togethe with their Bish- ops and priests to pray to our Christian charity with which they were endowed. Both are built of feet long, and 40 feet wide and Blessed Lady. Our Blessed Sav- ior on the Cross gave her to us as our mother; and we sometimes gather together to pray to our Blessed Lady, asking her to bring our prayers to her Divine Son. "There are forces at work which are threatening not only our American institutions, but our Christian culture as well. Again the army of the United States and its Navy are fighting for the pres- ervation of human rights, the pre- servation of what is Christian in our culture. As the Christians prayed with the Pope before Le- panto, we too are going to gather together and ask our Blessed ;Lady to intercede with her Di- vine Son that we may preserve our freedoms and our Christian culture, and that everywhere in the world men may have the :fundamental liberties and enjoy human rights. "Just before the Holy Hour we are going to recite the Rosary in Soldiers' Field. This is going to be our prayer to our Blessed Lady. Then the Blessed Sacra- ment will be exposed, and our prayers will be addressed to our Blessed Savior. There is a great efficacy in public prayer which does not always obtain in private prayer." Mt. St. Mary's Freshmen To Register September 7th; Few Changes In Faculty Littie Rock.--Mt. St. Mary's Academy opens for registrat its ninety-second school year with registration of ninth dents on Tuesday, Sept. 7. Pupils of the grammar grades enrolled on Wednesday, and sophomore, junior, and senior will register or/ Thursday. Registration for all classes begins o'clock on the day assigned. Orientation classes will be held on day and regular school work will, begin on Monday, 13. Mt. St. Mary's is a regular four-year high school demic, commercial, and college preparatory courses. It is af- filiated with the North Central Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges, and both high school and grammar school are rated as Grade A schools by the State Department of Education. The music department, which of- fers courses in piano, violin, voice, and the various phases of the theory of music and of musical instruments, is also highly stand- ardized. Very few changes have been made in the faculty personnel for the school term. Sister M. Evan- gelist, R.S.M., is superior and Sister M. Mark is principal. The Very Rev. Msgr. T. L. Keany, academy chaplain, is religious ad- viser and will conduct classes in religion. Other faculty members are Sister M. Carmelite, Sister M. Thomasine, Sister M. Con- cepta, Sister M. Declan, Sister M. Frances, Sister M. John Baptist, Sister M. Pauline, Sister M. Ita, Sister M. Yvonne, Sister M. Agnes, Sister M. Laetitia, Sister M. Ambrose. and Sister M. dalene, librarian. Holy Redeemer School Opens September 7 E1 Dorado. Holy Parochial School and garden will reopen for the semester, Tuesday, Se Sister Mary Celine the superior, teaches the den, and is instructor of Sisters Itinefred, Aloysius, ard and Benignus are the mar grade teachers. It isn't the whistle that the train. Cast all your care on God; anchor holds.--Tennison. W. M. SWILLEY AND SONS Full Line Birdseye Frozen Foods Fresh Fruits and Vegetables---The Finest K.C. Mea At All Times 422 N. Washington Phone 48-49 EL DORADO, ARKANSAS 804 TIRE AND BATTERY SERVICE EL DORADO'S ONE-STOP SERVICE STATIO Joe and Paul Burgoon EL DORADO, ARKANSAS Exchange Drug Company Pangburn's and Martha rWashlngton Candies Belcano Cosmetics, Yardley Preparations Exchange Building , E1 Dorado, Arkansas Best Wishes Arkansas General Ice Co. Phone 2600 El Dorado Arkansas At The Start Of A New School Year We extend our compliments to the church and school Hall-Chadwell Funeral Home Philips Auto Ambulance Service Phone 23 El Dorado, Arkansas Supply Co. El Dorado, Arkansas I Ill III OLYMPIC BILLIARDS JOE AND PAUL BURGOON El Dorado, Arkansas Illl MASON TIRE CO. " 120 WEST LOCUST El ,Dorado, Arkanlas authorities and to the church members whose interest and efforts have gone into bringing about an excellent record of progress for the Holy Redeemer School. Improvements and expansion of facilities have marked the growth and influence of the school during the past few years. Marked increases in attendance furnish evi- dence of well-founded planning and action. STAR CLOTHING HOUSE We hope that further success shall mark all activities Home of " during the new school year. Hart, Schaffner and Marx Clothes El Dorado, Arkansas _ .... El Dorad'rkan:a* _ .___ . .___. I f