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THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 13, 1930 PAGE THREE ITEMS MUST BE IN THE OFFICE B Y Social Items to The Guardian | or Send Second Street• Phone 5486j~ ~IOON TUES- 307 ½ West DAY. CATHEDRAL NOTES Evening Devotions. Devotions every Sunday evening ant, and by the chairmen of ,he Cir-! ST PATRICK'S clcs and the entire membership of the Aid Society. Circle No. 1 will CHURCH have charge of the Fancy work booth; " Circle No. 2 will be in charge of the home-cooked supper to be served on Autumnal Fest;-val Tuesday, Septem- the second eveni~ag of the Carnival; bet 30. at 7:45 o'clock, consisting of the reci- Circle No. 5 wil! have charge of the Active work is now on for coining Fletcher and Miss Eliz-, On Thursday, September 25th, in ration of. the Rosary, a sermon and Tango booth; Circle No. 6 will direct Autumnal Festival or Carnival to be m have returned from]Our Lady of Good Counsel Hall there Benediction of che Most Blessed Sac- the monster card party to be held on held this year in the Elks' Home on vacation in California. , ]will be a card party sponsored by the rament. , . .. the first day of the anniversary car- Tuesday, September 30, afternoon ladies of St. Anne's Altar Society• Evening devotions are also nets on nival; Circle No~ 4 will direct the ac- and evening. The general committee ence Hemans will arrive|Proceeds will be for the benefit of the first Friday of the month at 7:45 tivities of the home-naade candy and decided this change of place and pro- ember 12, after a stay]St. Anne s Building Fund. There will o clock, consisting of Bened~ctmn of cake booth, and Circle No. 7 will be grain instead of the former carnival months in London ~nd]be a prize at each table, and a door the Most, Blessed Sacrament, with in charge of the refreshment booth, features always held on the school !~rize beside- p~..-- --.- ..... the Act of Consecration to the Most It is also planned to have several grounds. The splendid Elks' Home ! p ~ ~. lay Wln oergln a~ ] 2 p. m. Admission 50 cents• Par| Sacred Hear of Jesus. booths in charge of the children of on Third street, near Main, offers sea Janet, Mary Pierce and[ ticlpation in this card party by the Weekday Masses. the school, under the direction of the everything in the way of comfort and Kcith have returned from a[ladies of the city parishes is respect- ] Masses daily at 7 and 7:30 a.m. Sisters, and another novelty booth by convenience for the guests 'and the ~full re u " Confessions the men of the parish will be a fen- workers, as also protection if the ~tay at the Cavalier Hotel,| y q eaten. 3eauh, Va, and a later trip Confessions are heard on Saturday, ture. Plans as outlined will make weather be not propitious• " -- ' -~ t.his one of the best and bigges~ car- Dixie Fried Chicken Dinner City Harrison Narey the eve of holidays and on the Thurs- The big hit of the Festival will be of St. Edward's Parish a card party on the after- ] g] ~ of Wednesday, Octo- St. Edward's Hall. Ninth 4 A pretty wedding was solemnized Wednesday morning at St. Edward's church, when Miss Laura Harrison became the bride of Anthony Narey. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was gowned in white duchess satin with close fitting bodice and puff sleeves• "She wore a lace cap and long tulle veil held in place by orange blossoms, and carried a shower bouquet of bride's roses and lilies of the valley. Miss Marie Narey, sister of the groom, was the bride's only attendant• She wore a flesh chiffon frock with picture hat and blue accessories, and carried an arm day before the first Friday from 4-6 and from 7:15-8:45 p. m. Confes- sions are also heard every morning before Masses and on Sunday before the first two Masses, for one-half hour. Church of Our Lady of the Holy Souls ! Schedule of M'asses and devotions: Mass every Sunday at 8 a. in. Mass on ,holidays and on the first Friday of the month at 7:30 a. m. Confessions. Confessions are heard on Sunday mornings for one-half hour before the Mass. on the eve of holidays and on the Thursday before the first Fri- nivals ever held under the auspices of the Cathedral Aid Society. The dates, September 30th and October 1st, Tuesday, and Wednesday, will be gala days in the history of the Socie- ty. At the conclusion of the meeting delightful refreshments were served under the direction of Circle No. 1, M~:s. Brodie, chairman. Monsignor Moran, spiritual direc- tor of the Society, was present at the meeting and addressed the members. Welfare Circle. The Welfare Circle of the Cathe- dral Aid Society is anxious to secure E• Leppert and daughter, of Memphis, Tenn., who in California, spent sev- as the guests of Mr. and Walshe in San Francisco. F. Walshe, pastor of Church, Fayetteville, left the Dixie Fried Chicken Dinner to be served in ¢.he diIfing room of the Home from 5:30 to 8 o'clock on Tues- day, September 30, by the ladies of the parish. This feature spells suc- cess from the start, as St. Patrick's has ever been no.ted for the well- cooked and generous provision the ladies offer, whenever it is a matter of feeding their friends. Whango-Tango Party All the old carnival features of the school grounds give way this year ~o a Grand W.hango-Tango Assembly, which will have a special setting in CATHOLIC MEDICAL MISSION Medicines, Foods and Suppllea For. warded to Are.hblskop--Callhedlral Withstands Ravages of Disaa- trous Hnrrle.mae. (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) New York, Sept. 8. To aid in the relief of the thousands of persons left homeless and suffering by the terrific hurricane which swept ever the Dominican republic last Wednes- day, the Catholic Medical Mitmion Board, a.t 10 West Seventeenth street here, is concentrating its effortm oa sending medicines, foods and tonics to the Bishop of Santo Domingo, that he may be able to meet the nee~ of the people. On the occasion of the Po~to Rico hurricane two years ago, the Catholic Medical Mission Board sent two medi- cal units, each eonsi~tbng of a deetoJ and three nurses, to assist in the re- lief work., While these medical unit~ were able to do much good, the Board feels that in .the present inMamee it will be best to center its efforts on the.sending of supplies to the Bi~op of Santo Domingo. for San Francisco, where vacation as the guest bouquet of pink roses• The brides- day at 3:15 p.m. used clothing, particularly for chil- the Home and will offer comfortable seating arrangements for those who Domingo, Sept. 8.---The maid entered alone and was met at Cathedral School. dren. An appeal was made at the will count the corns and ~ake home tomb of Christopher Columbus Mr. and Mrs. Martin the altar by the best man, Robert The Cathedral School opened on Masses on Sunday at the Cathedral. the prizes. The committee expect to uninjured by the disastromB hnrricane Harnson. broth a Thursday, Septem.ber llth, with Mass in which all who had clothing which ~, ........................... ~ .......... ,._ ~.._.-_t_.L _. • • e • of the bride The ,,,.~ ,. ~,anu assor~men~ .oI ~ooaty wmcn ~wep~ ~cron~ t.t: ~am~ • ' " in the Cathedral at 7"30 o'clock was suiCable for this purpose were • ~ • - _ bride entered, on the arm of her fath- . " " things for ¢he home and person, public Wednesday, leawng a trt~ of B. Scheper left Thursday ea Theceremon-- was erformed After the Mass the children marchedasked to leave same at the Cathedral i Afternoo~ Card Part havoc and desolation Col~mb~m' • . . '. . y P . • . ] " Y • his studies at the each to the school, where they were asSchool on East Sixth s~reet A gen • by the Rev.Maurus Rohner in the . . . .- " , The program calls for a cardparty, tomb is inside, aml elotm to ~ e~r ty at Washington, D C signed to theil classes and given their erous response was made to the ap ~ , , a c f the Santo Domm o the • " presence of many relatives and " ",in the Elks Hall, beginning at 2 tr n e, o " g Ca - o" Per is a member of the friends• James and Robert Narey, book list. School was dismissed at peal, but ¢he Circle is anxious to se- ]o,clock. This, too, has been one of [dral, which escaped demolition in the St John s Seminary ne hews of noon on Thursday, with full sessions cure still more Used cloth,rig of all s ~ f arful storm • " p . the groom, served as al- • " " " . .." ..... - .... ]the succe sful features "n the past] e . tar be s an - . being resumed on Friday. kinds is solicited. ~virs. ~ u'l~nen, 1~ y , d Joe Naley, brother of ........ l year and has brought together hun-[ Churches are now being used to trev. Monsignor James P. Me- the groom, acted as usher• The A large attendance of children was chairman of the t~:rcie, .assls~ea .t)y dreds of our friends from all sections [house many of the thoutmnds of t:.raed home last week from bridal party entered to the strains noted at the opening of the school• St. Mrs. P. G. Roemer and Mms Florence i of the Twin Cities• I homeless survivors, and to aecemmo- ~ola, which he spent in Brock- of Lohengrin's wedding march. For M. Maura, O. S. B., is the Superior. Cash, will be.glad ~o receive any ar: Names of the .commi¢tee and theldate the hundreds upon humire~ of % as the guest of his sisters, the offertory, Mrs. William Harrison this year• Eight graces are ~augn, ticle of c!ovmng cna~ nas oeen usefl. I several assignments will be announced l injured and suffering. la ed Gounod's hw M~;, ~- ÷~ at the Cathedral School or di~cardea, ann same .can ve lei~ . . P Y ................. " ~ ~ ......... i nex~ wee~, wi~h furbher detail of the l The storm has caused between 4,- regular monthly "card party violin, with H. Leasing at the organ. Many improvements ,have been at the ca~neara, .~caom, where ~.ue !Festival, whic.h is now under way, and 1000 .and 5,000 deaths and prol~rty Y ' , After the ceremon- - ,~,~m,~. ~..~i. made at the school during the sum- disposition oI i~ wm oe ms(re ~y ~ne. ., the ladloo ~¢ ~t Eclw~rct ~ ~ ~ ....... s ~r .... .~. . " " wi~n an enmusiasm auspicious of an- damaged in the neighborhood of $50,- ...................... fast was served at Blue Gables A mer months New desks have been Welfare t~lreie , , dll b ....... . . . • ' other great success for St. Patrick s--- 1000,000, it is estimated. Twe~a~45ve nero on tuesday ~ep ~ece tlon was'h 1 laced in many of the rooms and the ae al la - ' ' " p-" ' e d at the home of P • ~ I OVER THE BRIDGES Tuesday, [per cent of t~he popul e are ea~ - ~, in St. Edward's Ha!l, • • • eneral atmos here of the building is ' • • • ~. M1. and Mrs. P. Narey. The bride is g P ~|~]~V September 30 Card Party, Whango- ties. Exploration partms that have fl~t Ferry streets. The pro- the youngest daughter of Mr. and one of cheerfulness. ~$1~ ~! l~g Tango, and FRIED CHICKEN DIN- now penetrated a distance of 15 miles this card ~art- w;H be given Mrs. J. E. Harrison and formerly liv- Holy Souls School. -- ! NER Dixie style• l on every side of Santo Domingo re- SiSters ~ -" . ~ - "~ ,. ' ~, ed in Joplin, Me She received her The School of our Lady of the Holy SISTERS' HOME IS COMPLETED port that all is desolation. Rivers are ~ehool A°v::aC:sI~ulu r~: education at the Academv of MercySouls opened on Friday morning, with -- ] School opened on Wednesday [said to be flooded and bridges b]o'wn i~ ~a" : y e p " ' in' that eit" y. The groom is the son Ma~s .... at 8 a m Foua" glades" will" be Cathohc" Congregation'' Near End of / moanln'' g, with" Mass~ m" honor of the [ down. Heaps of .bodms" have' bee~ h - ~xlng bowls, will be given of Mrs. Mary Narey. The couple will taugh~ at the school this year. Sister $150,000 Program• 1 Holy Ghost, followed by class as-I seen on the river banks. ' ~COre at each tame and re- be at home after S'~ tember 1 M Maura O S B, of the Cathedral -- ]signments and delivery orders fenIThe stoOn has virtually destroyed p 5 at . . " • " "lain Will be served• The fol-161.4 Spring street. Out-of-town School will be Superior, assisted by Conwa,~ Aug 30--Wi~h occu-'text-books. The initial registration'the city, and, more than Uhat, hsm %~araittee Will he in charge" guests at the wedding were: Mr. and Sister M. Teresia, 0. S. B., and Sister ...... ¢~:~,~ h .... *~r ~h, Risters oflPromises one of the largest for sev-Iwipcd out that upon which the couu- ff" S .......... Mrs. J. E. Harrison, Cotter; Mr and M. Gabl el, O. S.B.Chlldaen above . . ..... t eral years. Iry depends for exmtence, great stores • xa~e, Unaries nelnrlcn, " • No~re Dame, the .congregation o~ ~c. ' . . h~l~ , Mrs. Charles E. tIarrison, Houston, the four grxades wall attend' the Ca- ] of coffee, cocoa and frmts, which had m ~"-~' ..... zohn Tuohey, A. J. Isch Texas, and Mrs H l Hough and thedral School. A large, number of Joseph's Catholic Church has corn- Returns from Colorado after vaca- t been pre.pared for export and were " " : ~.,~re,children v±of wmcago.Chica o children, attended the opening exer- ,pleted a $150,000 building program, Lions mention Mrs.l M. P. Wilkiewicz., I ruined by the wind and raln. crees ~ch dlflce 1~ as r-- '" which includes the chu" e "" , {'~. John and Miss Anna Hempling, E. Prenarator-, ment to make them an outstandin-~ Cathedral &"d Society. tl parochial school and the pastor's Mrs. C. J. McGuire and children, Miss "I dropped my watch in the river ld ,y " , ~; " ] ' • ~h~.,1 t'~ feature of the school The first fall meeting of the Cathe- home ..... ion to sidewalks ~ave Helen MeNierneyand Mr and Mrs and didn t recover ~t for three days. • pens on M-~----" - - " ., dral Aid Society Was held in the Ca- , ~.n aaol~ m, , v - August Korte. " tit kept on run'sing, though." ,uernlzea snowers, locker rooms anent and landsca big ~ne program ,, . , Sentember 15 s-'im ...... 'thedral School parlors, 503 East Sixth " ' p " . Mrs. Joseph Engelberger and Mrs. I Imposlble! A watch wont run • -- --Jr-- ~w/~^..~g pool, comna um~y room, au-I street, on Monday, September 8th, was undertaken soon after the assign- Marteen Gisler returned recently i for three days." !tins on Thursday and Friday, feaiur~c:~'o;~:h' are the outs~anmng with a large attendance of members ment of the Very Rev Joseph Poble- from a visit to relatives in Western ! "Of course not;I was speaking ,)f ~zpt "'. -he gymnasium building, . . . ,, ember 11 and 12. which is lo'-*-3 -- o~* ...... ]present, and with Mrs. H. A. Schaer, chek to the nastorate, and it has been Texas. I the river. c ....... . .~. ~breec De- I . . I ,- fir, premdmg It wa.~ a meeting corn lete his leadelshl ~] ~Iorr" -- tween the school building and the ad-]mar "' " " " " P d under• " "P" ][]HH]IIHHHHHHHH]IIIHH[]]]IIIIUH]HiIiIIIIH]]HIWUUlUUU[IIiI[RiIHR][U~ I 1 ken w~th enthusiasm for ~he pie Th cost 85 000 --- s Pre alatoI School ofministration hal [~ p " "y . ' !. " . l. The combination I . "i" ".'1 e church edifice $ , ~-- ~--__ ~k auditorium mn gram which was outlined by the presl ~- ,- College will open Sep- " -gy asium is to be corn-I. _ = ..... " .. "l and the school .building $35,000. The ------ ~ .... ~-- 15, 1~ ...... pletely furnished with mod ........ laenL ann ~ augurs weu ~or ~ne suc- I ............ = ~m'~'~ ou ~-,, ~y-~ home ~ ~reuame ~lsl;els , in its new quarLers " cess .... "--- .. . or the l'~o " --- ° ... ~h*- - nastic eoui-ment fol t~'~ -~ ....... ' 1 ~ ~ne coming year. ~epor~s were I , . ---- ____ .-- , __ ~ --- ~Y-l'ifth and State streets. _~, .... -~' -_~ ,~_- ~ , -~ auequa~e ~e- [ made by the Circle chairmen for the [who serve as faculty for the parocnial ~_ ~~ ~,~ ~ ~_ ate- - vc,up,neu~ ol ~ne s~uflen~ in trio e~,,.~., • • , ' --- --. on Thursday and Fr:-in ,~h-sical educ"'" .............I workdone during- the summer school, ,ncludes 10 bedrooms, study ---- V~D- ~il'll~ = m*_ v .r .a~u. ~Ctlulreu OI all ...... t ~ r -,~ '*~e~nber 11 and 12. students. [ months, ann ~Inaneial returns were [room, chapel, parlor and rectory. For- ~ ~, _-, Ul~e~ing on Monday Se--tem Stu.~ ................... I made to the Society by each chair- merly the church'sactivities were = aA~ ~., --~-~ ~---~ , ~, v - u~.~ may regvqLer in ell~ner ~ne ~ ~. . . --- m~ n • urm"~•~ --- ~930 ~housed m frame structures, wmcn w _.. , of Morris Preparatory Classical or Scientific course. In the oi..,~ x~ ................ ~ L-lUi m'~ " ff T:..,-- , ..... former tho -*---~--~- - . ~- . .. ] ~.~ x.~.,~ .t~u. O, IYlISS -wlorence uash, were outgrown anu inaaequate re rne ~ m ~ .__ ~le I~OCK , :~11~,~ ~.,;.. ~ , ,-.,- ~uuen~ ~peclallzes in znet-~-. . . . . --- -~ F .re- ~ -~ ~ ..... ,~_~_= ............ [ Chairman, mane an exceptional report neefls of the congregation and scnom. = new policy for Catholic .... ~cs, wmle in ~ne sclennnc course, for ~*:--:*-'^- ~- -" -- "~ ..... - ....... = in --. • -- stress is laid-" • " I ,~,~tw~e~ (luring~ne summer ~atner r'oolecneK sale tna~ wnen = ~nis city The Rt Rev- on one various scmnces, months Throu " " • • = --- 'h~l ~ .. " " The -e ............ l • gh aseries of events, building eqmpmen~ and surplus lna- ---- ~ ~'~ a ~ " "- v r~onnei oI nots the execu • ~. ~v~orris, D D, Bishop "such as card arti " - = ~--- - ,, -- m ---- ttoc~- -- - " -; . - rive and *"-"~': ........... [ p es, rummage sales termls have been removed, the = ~,~,, DID k~l~Lp- ~ o~uing ~t,aIIS OI allae I ~, az~er wnom tne scnool - and ma azine s 1 " ' " --- I, h ..... --~*~,, ............ ~ ' g a es, this Cwcle was grounds will be landscaped to ~m- = II~PLO ~ ~,ll~& ][~lk ~ ~ --.. .... ueciued ~o operate the v ......... ~ ,t~e comprisea oI prmsts Oflable to acc-''--~*^ *T ............... ........ ~ ~ noel • • -- the Diocese o* Li'"- "- - ' cx o.u uurmg, pruve nelr appearance. ~ne cnurc,~ ~ _ , ... ~epartment as a ~ree x ~le r~ocK th s = lie ............. - ........... I e ummer months, and the chair-tproperty is west of the Little Rock~ = th::_ ~lgn ~cnoo.l.. ine CARDINAL ............ I man was complimented for her splen-jpike, near the Conway Compress ~_ 1~11~ LI '~ee" vas~ nas oeen re charge ' u ~u~r~LL WARNS |did reoort__ • ] Company plant ...... ---._ tt:::v:~l, :tnUd:;t:h:nn:~l OF W~/R~I~ES,Sc~MO~)GIcs ! The report of ~he Welfare Com-1 ~ -- • -- s --~" ~Y*Cath ..... I !mittee, Mrs. Ed 0 Brien, chairman, ~ALVATION OF CHINA ~ /1 fffl~l~ ~ataff~lt~t'lo ]k/~@~ • . OllC boy in grea~er~ -- I was n ....... • LIEo .......... I*NITY ~ X-1 ~'g&&F& I F~bg/&<gt.~ .L ~g4~ ek ~a-- -*-^-~ ~*^--:- ~-~--I /~. xr ,~ .,,,, .., ..... t o e oI exceptional interest. Tne ! o lr~ t.rt~l~l ~ , ~ 0 .~. ~iti- ( ~,u.*,~u~ rr~fll ~Dy ~. ~. w. b. ~ews ~ervlce.) ' amount of good work which this Cir- i MISSIONARY'S BELIEF ~ un iree.Omer students' Boston Mass ~ ......... ' ..... ' ~ t- --- - .,, .... , , .,~p~. ~.~rllS ~ml- c~enas (tone curing the summer'. -- .--. _ ,,.-,,,~,~,,.~,~v~-,....... = " etbLenu, Will ne enrolie(l ~ B ~,,~... hence, William, Cardinal 0 Conn~ll 'months was unusual Many urgent; ( y N c w c News Service) -- A P-1LR (]ON = • t e tmtmn fee. . . . . • --- --- least ni,^,,. ~ ..... ~.^ ~....~ Archbishop of Boston, in an address cases have .been cared for through, San Francisco, Sept. 5.---Chrmtlan-~ ]~]'~,]~]|~l#-x ~ ,,=~ u=~ ..... uu,u- , ................. ':the interest of this Circle and an im- ity is the last remaining bulwark i~ L:~VJ,~A~It~ " ,,ew site naw b~- --,~- las~ wee~ ~ezore I,~UU ~ls~ers WhO ' . • " "" ca--'- .':. ~'" ~F-:'- , ......... mense amount of splendid work has against bolshevism in China, ,believes l ~ , ~ve remooenng, unaer ~eacn In one parocmat scnools of the been accomplished for the benefit of the Rev. Adolnh Paschan M.M. of ~ ~Slon of Frank W. Gibb and archdiocese, decried the action of the needy St Loui .... h~- .,,;+~. +~.,~ g'~,, Wn'lter ~ -~- are " , , ~", • ~, ,,~,~.*.~,. ,,*,,.~ ~v,~-- ...... ~ hatects,the buildings urne Re errswer Colem --- v t - Catholicparents,t d wealthy P' e also made by Mrs an, N M, of St Paul, Minn., ---~ _ " eels t | • g remodeled to meete .... all or sudd nl " .-," Brodie ofCircle No 1 Mrs C C sailed for the Orient on the liner --- ~---- ~] ne~* - . . . . , liner graau y . e y, m wl~n-, • , • • • = ,,_= t],at"~s::S:sSt::yar:e;~°:~cl , sd:h::~sg::d : :hdi~ndl ~ re~h~:on~ C::h:~lC W::ke:r of C~rcllee No° 2: MT~ P G tPrT:dn;n:fT;ft~i::;:;o~;a:i::i£:Ons ------ e h, day, special forces have ' e g o cu arHurle of Circl^ ~- " "-" "--" --" ~oun~ ~-- "~:-~ " ~ ~c t .... e ~o• a, lvnss ~telen u u xor ~ e ~.o. expedite the comple- mst~tutaons for the purpose of enhanc- Robinson of Circle No. 6, Mrs. Claw- Father Paschang said that the ~ "~-~ ~ddle of the week. ing ,their social standing• son of Circle No. 7, Miss Bessie Car- "Young Chinese are rapidly abanclon- ----- COmprises three buildings. The Cardinal's criticism of such pc- anaugh of the Sanctuary Circle, and ing the faith of their fathers. They ~ ----- building on 25th and tee.Mrs" Reville for the Visiting Commit- are tearing down temples and ridicul- "- -Tan o = ing ancestor worship. In some places ~ {~-- ~ is being equipped with rents was uttered on the final day of raodern equipment• Spe- the week's l~ctures by prominent edu- has been given to the caters given ~he archdiocesan teach- and the science labors- 'era. His Eminence asserted that with library is so construct- serve as a study hall. ul double-decker, alcove Oek shelves will accommo- 10,000 volumes. laboratory has been con- furnished in such a man- may serve as'a general The chemical laboratories are servic- the furnishings and equip- the increase of material prosperity "the spirit of the world" frequently "goes with it." Car~tinal O'Donnell added that t~he children of the " 'par- venus' have got to be brought up to meet society, to mingle among the rich, to know the fashionable code," while the Christian Code is disregard- edo It was voted to hold the annual Aid they do not hesitate to attack whites Carnival on the 30th of September and Christian missionaries." and 1st of October, Tuesday and Wed- "The young are being reached by nesday, afternoon and evening. The the Soviet of Russia," he went on. CarniVal will mark the eighty-third. "The leaders of Communist bands are birthday anniversary of the Society, for the most part young boys and girls and great interest has been shown in with but meager education. Contrast the plans which' have been made thus them with the old bandits of China far. The chairman of the celebration ' who did not molest foreigners for this year will be Mrs. M. J. Harri- fear of retaliation." son, a former president of the Socie-] The Church faces a titanic task in ty, and she will be assisted by Mrs. combating the "red wave" from Rus- John I. Kenney as first assistant and sin and the propaganda literature, Miss Florence Cash as second assist-.,Fath~r Pasehang believes• m m d Card P rty Third Near Main St. m m m m m m m m smmmm m m m mssus m m m mMms ! mmms IUUlUUUllUlUlI111IIlIHIIII111!HHIHimlImlmmllllIIIllllIilI