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q PAGE EIGHT THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 20, 1930 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ] third Saturday. A full attendance is ope[a~ion at a local hospital She is nounced, has selected Oct. 11 as the -- I urged by Mrs Scott, for the meeting non able to receive a few friends, date of her wedding. The ceremony Miss Mary Louise McPhillins, the~ Saturday. Mrs. Dunbaris pleasantly remem- will take place in the Immaculate , ~ ' " " " " " r r accomnlished daughter of Mr and~ -- bered as Miss Jo Cleta Howe, and zs Conception Churchwith Monslgno Mrs P Avila McPhillips, 2183 South] The good ladies of St. Mary s Par-the daughter of Mrs. Lacey Wynne. D.J. Murphy officiating. Miss Kings- Parkway, East, is leaving this week] ish, ever on the alert, to assist: ley has chosen Mrs. Winters Roach Immense Crowd Present at Dedication -~ ~w York and will sail October ~ wherever possible, are planning a: Mrs. Mary Carlin and daughter, as her matron of honor and hert l~|~,,,,~,. /'~k .... l~ l~,'ol~,,~, Nff~.|,^,, D|,~ :tO for Paris, where she will attend bridge party to be given on the roof Miss Mary Ehzabeth Carhn, have re- cousin, Miss Josephine Peters, as he ] . ' th~ Sarbonne and s,~ecialize in the I of the Catholic Club Wednesday eve- turned from a delightful trip, which maid of honor. Mr. DeLaMott will Cathohc Educahon-Recephon anVd art Particu ning Both ,bridge and bunco will be l included New York, Rockaway Park, be attended by Mr. Winters Roach I |~ T~nr]~t-,~r] R;el~,~ ~t FrenChlar attentionlanguagewill be given" to Maga-" played" and in addition to table prizes," ~Xliagara Falls and several points in ' ~ best man Slid" ]}y his nephew, Mr. ................ I-I .~ 1. t-~l ~"lv" ~ zinc illustration by Miss McPhillips. there will be several attractive conso- Canada Robert Mogridge, as groomsman. ! ~auloll I.,lUD She was -raduated from St A~nes { lation and attendance prizes awarded ! -- Master Luke Kingsley, Jr., nephew of ] __ The vested choir boys Academy t~he past June, where ~sheJ The ladies in charge are: Mesdamesl Mr. and Mrs. James Craven and the bride, wi!l serve as ringbearer. I Last Sunday was indeed a day of ;'id's Church under the~c attained high honors in the workshop I C. I. Fuchs, Joe Meagher and C. F. itheir three interesting children, Mary Many prenupuai p.arues are Demg days for Memphis Catholics. To be- i tion of the Sister in cl s Cello e Eller Vllgmm, Jimmy and Edward Carhn givento honor thin popular Drme 1 at St Agnge g / : "" " " " " " " g'n we were honored by the presence music department, rend, CIaven, have returned from an East elect, mnong them being a m~scel l ~ " - " of our Rt. Rev. Bishop Smith, wholtiful program of appropr Miss Bernadine Sheehan left the ] The Young Ladies' Sodality of the ~iern trip, which included New- York, laneous shower by Mrs. James Stead- has recently returned from his offi- I In choosing a subjec~ ~astweek for Knoxville Term ]Blessed Sacrament Church will open l~Niagara Falls and Canada. man in her home on Willett street :cial visit to His Holiness, Pope Piuslmon Bishop Smith brot v ' "" 1 " " n " " " . , whor~ qh~ will ~ntor the U~niversitv/a series of partms, the first of which I -- . Mrs. Winters Roach zs e ter~ammg XI. Bishop Smith came to our city the matter that is uppe o'f-T*enne's;ee'"Sh';'Tls; was a mem~- [will be given Tuesday evening at 8' Mrs. M Coyle Shed, with her two in her home on Buena Vista this week to dedicate the new church that haslmind, that of Christia'~ .... " ..... c, ~ [o'clock, in the home of IVfiss Lenora!childi~en, has returned after a visit with a shower and bridge party On just been completed on Jackson-ave-!In his plea for Catholi oer oi me grauuaung class oi ~. ~s- i " ' " ~ lan ~ - ~ ~,~,~ ~-=t .lune Miss Shoe-/Hay, 3535 Tutwfler avenue. The with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fro- Sept. 21 Miss Peters has pned a nut; this, the twelfth Catholic church.their responsibility on i ............. J ...... ~ .... iv a t ea o h~,~ h~ h~A ....... ~ ,~-,~;~ ~iw- in [ affair has been arranged m the ha- Idette' m Phfladelphm. In a very bridge tea to .be g en t he P b dYim Memphis, bears the name of The ~not only Bishop Smith, :'*'" :" ...... ff~-~'~'-J" ..... :..~" .~'-'--~ | ture of a school, with Miss Anna ] short while Mr. and Mrs. Shed and Hotel. On Oct. 4 Mrs. Mary A. Bion- Little Flower of Jesus, and has been ~,pority of his hearers we her honor, une oz me pre~tles~ wa.~, Louise Smith in the role of principal, lfamfly will move into their new bun- di, a sister of the bride-elect, will .... ,~ .._~^. ,~ .~.:u~.., ~: ...... ~ ........ o , ~ ~, --'~'^'- ~qss Pau | ~,~v=,~ ~,,u~ ~,,~ ~,,~u, ~rc~n o~ iee~ea. Truly 1~; was in her/No details of the "Day in School" gwalOw on Lemaster street, where they h:~ ho~ Ai~he: di~a;;r dM::.iLuhk: Rev. Fr. James Whitfield and his able address for the openint ........... e-- -irt/have been announced; this we must] "1 be at home to their friend~, g P ~o-worker, Rev Fr Charles Quest school home on ~res~mere rlace, mx~ n ~ t .... fwri;nd;o~ .:he ahnO:O;ega:;~;;1 B;~dg;/lae;;:in~eYd bte;n: lW:f:eld::k: i;ts:hye. I Mrs Mary Shed and granddaugh-"tK:ncg:lmepYlih:::h:;ins OpC:pb:: t~oud:Y .oF:::;; Ph:es::;:h;u~hd~:~h, b:d ::h:h~ .Bi~h:he;;;tTn~e;tt:wte w~th silk hosiery Miss Marquette~tainty return home much wiser tha~]~h M:::o;~]d home after a~it b:~dgs~z:he~We~fit:rht;eh;7;e=alHiagt ~hllforamore spacious structure for city. His Holiness g~ I .~,.~ ~., '~: ~o~ M:~ J-hn| when they entered this new kind o ~" " J 1 s father in New "k. i " " e church, while the present build- Bishop the power to imp ' ~he Church the evening of Oct 10, n h . . ..... he] school [ -- [ z g will be used for the school. The ing in one church in eac A. S~alm, Jr. ThOSe wno nan / " z , pleasure of being eP:hsent B::::a]The initial meeting .of the St Phil-/EvM~;;eAUl:ltllaeeFr;ns::ltlert:/~ai~g?l:hs I~eOm~:d: :flth:hb:i=:lP:~;r:~id l!~e ~:d:?~:;y*?iTl:;: b:rg~tn ~I~'als0 ~: ~hde T;:n:::t:nDl::;::ity?:s t G':rrS'e:o~Vn;g~;: D:ye~n~Iary and[ omena Guild for the fall season will]her house guest Miss Christine Hamp. !ahves wzth a buffet supper, new Church was sung by Rev. Fr. even standing room beznl' ~,~ ~n,~,~o ~ ..... ~acGinnL Lil | be held Oct 7, according to an an- ton of Chicago Many delightful par xWhitfield. The clergy who were pres. before the hour of serv~ . ii;~ G:;~;:i"~a:r";"K "Wood Hazel| nouncement made by the president, | ties have been arranged in honor of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Kohtbry of ~nt and assisted our Rt. Rev. Bishoplrived. Hundreds stood o J ........... "_.'_,~"~'__~___: ,~-.'~r ~ai Mrs P M. Birmingham The meet-|this popular visitor /Chickasaw Gardens "are announcing ~vere Monsignor D. J. Mm'phy, Rev. JChurch, remaining until t:~ ~ur~e, narr~yb ~ppvrb, ,:,a,~, ~:. ,~. -|in" will be held in her home at 1036[ " /the engagement and approaching mar: ~Fr. Whitfield, Rev Fr Charles Quest, I Immediately after the ~ ~ zassa, l)oro~ny ~onnougn~on, luanan s -------- ' " ' I { Rosserana Lois Kenneff~ and Eliza-| Faxon avenue Plans for the work[ Dr John Metz who com,qeted his Iriage of their daughter, Katherine, to ~Rev. Fr. James T. Lor~gan, Rev. J. the services an informal re, ' " " ! ~ ,~ ..... ~ ......... -u ~^ a~ ...... ~1 " . .' v . 1Mr John Kenneth Boyle of St Louis, Kemphues, Rev Fr Theodore and]held at the Catholic Cllt h~ ~i1~ t u~ --~ .~,,,,,,~ ~,,- ~,- ~ ,,,~-o~,,tcourse in uenml sur-er,, tne ~ast ~ " " ' " " .......... ' | and outlines made A full attendance I June, left Sunday for Be;ton, wh;re 'IBM;" the sonnOfn M:n ned M~;.eJ~eW. ~Rev. Fr. Harold Shed. Catholics of the city. : ------ . . . [ is urged as according to the old max-Ihe will be associated with the For B yle of Sto " gt , . - zs Marflese Montedonlco, daugn ,, ! t ................. "| im, A good beginning assures a good syth Dental Infirmary for Children of ,runny will beperformed ~n theBle~ed j ~,~TL~| |~I ~| 111'~ ]and Mrs. R. J. Rega.n, M : ~er oz mr. aria ~vxrs. #oe luonzeaomco,| ending" t,~, ^:,. l~acramenz t~nurcn oy ~ev. r r. Far-I b/qklll~$t,lb ~UU I C. P. Boyer, Mr. and ~r~. is leaving this week for Washington,| j " ~rzck 0 Hanlon, on Saturday morning, !rt~ a a~t~ a~t'~ rtt-t ~z,~zezt~[ Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Ed D. C., whereshewill enter Trinity! ] FL/I ~ ~ ~/~|||~lMr and Mrs Tom SharP, ., Th, /XlltJ llh II IL~I'IIUA~I.~O] , oilege. ! I. MrS. Jno. T. Shea. -- ! Ijo U: I:flR I:AII PRfl AM Dramatics--Miss MarY Miss Mary Katherine Vorder I /]ust avat a ~]tL,~ a~tt.aU~t~l~l Mr. J. M. McCormack, : Bruegge, daugh~er of Mr. and Mrs. man, Waterman, M~ss M~ry John Vorder Brugge, leaves this week ~ Phillips, Mr. Lawrence to enter Lady Wood Convent in In- diana. Mr. Joe Buchignani is planning to study the coming year at Cornell Uni- versity. Joe is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Buchignani of Poplar avenue. Plans are being made by +& group of hdies of the new Parish for a card party to be given at the Catholic Club Wednesday afternoon, October 1st. A very interesting meeting was held in the home of Mrs. T. M. Cummings, at which time committees were appoint- ed and details arranged. Mrs. Cum- mings was selected as general chair- man, with Mrs. C. E. Shannon. The other ladies Who will be in charge are as follows: Attendance prizes, Mines. J. Paul Kent, H. J. M. Jorgen- sen, Jr., George H. Herbers, a~nd James Sheehan~ equipment, Mines. Jones, Howard and Annie Flowers; door and tickets, Mines. John Linder and John Glankler; table prizes, Mines. Valle O'Donnell, Chas. Red- dora, William Ryan, William Neut- zell, and A. Scarborough; btmco, Mines. Fred Best and James Cleary. Mines. ~.barg~oIl ~nd Cummings are in i charge of~ publicity, Th~ special pr'ze, a satin comfort, is in charge of Mines. John T. Griffin and James Barrasso. The table prizes will be ~rand-embroidered pillow cases. A group of ladies of the Sacred Heart Church are sponsoring tt car- nival .bunco party to be given at the Catholic Club during the coming week. The proceeds to be used for the .benefit of Scout Troop No. 49, of the Sacred H~art Parish Attrac- tive prizes have been arranged and a pleasant ax~ternoon is assured all who attend. The following ladies have ar- ranged all details: Mesdames Gee. McNamara, Teddy Chandler, H. P. Jonas and Robert Wilkerson. Mrs. L. D. Scott, regent of the In- ternational Federation of Catholic Alumnae~ has announced the date of the first meeting of the Tall season. It will be held at St. Agnes Academy Saturday afternoon, Sept. 20, at 2:30 o'clock. At this meeting Mrs. Scott will make a report of the Dixie Con- ference which was held in Bfloxi last May, at which time she represented the }ocal ,branch. The program for the afternoon also includes the ap- polntment of department chairmen, and the discussion of plans for theI convention of the organization whichI will be held at Chattanooga some time ] in November. Plans for the work of ] the coming year will also be outined, l Theorganizatton will have regulart monthly meetings to he held on thei Bridge--Mr. Wm. Mrs. A. H. Egan, Mr. Tobin, Mr. and Mrs. J. Domestic ven, Mrs. Jas. Sheehan, Brown, Mrs. C. Meehan, Carrigan, Mrs. J. J. J. Conroy, Miss Mary Sewing--Mrs. Henry G. Mrs. Clara Warnken, MrS. Mrs. W J. Stotz, Mrs. Mrs. Strickland, Miss Miss Lorena Sambucetti. Christian Brothers College the past June. Mrs. Claude Tully, accompanied by her two daughters, Misses Eugenic and Josephine, and her mother, Mrs. John Manogue, of 2364 Strathmore Place, and her niece, Miss Nancy Stair of New Orleans, La., have returned from an extended Western trip which included a most interesting visit to Yellowstone Park and points of in- terest; on the Pacific Coast. Friends of Mrs. Ralph Dunbar of New Y~rk will be glad to learn that she is convalescing after a serious all things into consideration, the sub-~Palazola. Following ~lae ceremony and Annie Buckley. The funeral was scription of $1.00 is reasonable and we hope that all the friends of the Catholic Club will be l~resent the aft- o e ht ~leans to spend their honeymoon On ernoon of the 6th and enj y a d lig - " . Church, andl burial in Calvary Ceme- ful party. The committee will be as-Ireturning Mr..and.Mrs. Dine will be tory. Mrs. Melhorn was one of those h eneral chmrman of the at home to thmr friends wath her par slated .by t e g - sweet, gentle souls who believed that ladies' department of ~he Catholic[cuts. her home and family were entitled Club, Mrs. John J. Farrell. to her attention. To really appreciate DEATH WEDDINGS Mrs. gosie O. Melhorn, wife ,of Mr. Charles L. Melhorn, department man- Miss Josephin~ Kingsley daughter ager of Goldsmith's, passed away at o Mrs. Gus Kingsley of 1277 Agnes the family residence, 533 Pontotoc I ,lace, whose engagement and ap- St., Sunday night after-an illness of ,roaching marriage to Mr. James R. several months. Mrs. Melhorn had DeLaMott has r6cently been an- lived in Memphis for 40 years; she the character of Mrs Melhorn it was necessary to be around her; truly she counted her friends by her acquaint- ances. The sympathy of a large cir- ~cle is being extended to the bereaved ;husband, daughters, son and sisters In the loss of their dear one. Requies. cat In Pace. preached; we feel sure rs would enjoy reading stated in a previous has a triple purpose, to Therese, the Little Flower, - :L^ + 'ril ed Mother, ann ~n~ f Members of the Guard o services are held both and ' at Teaacher ws giving a idiosynucrasies of March "What is it," she comes in like a lion and a lamb ?" "Father," replied the pi.--Oral Hygiene. " rest She is not seriously ill, but The St. Agnes Alumnae Associa- will be able to resume her accus- i~on proved ideal hos!esses last Thurs. tomed place in the family circle in a Spanish--Dr Vincent ~Iz:;r:;o: :h:ntneynonored SeZS- few days. Christine Cerrito maid of honor was 'sized the athletic side, but wi.~ this Walter T..Kelly, Dr. Joh~ g e w has recently D en --- ' , i ..... " - ....... ...... ~ ..... owned in -teen sa'i ,., .. new zeamre ~nere is no ooubttha~x~o'se 2~iDa ~weaue. appointed rrloress oz ~. Agnes &ca~ ............. g g ~ ~ n wnue the i - ...... 2~i~er ~ wee~s oi pa~zen~ su~-~ri~ ..... : ................ more interest will be takenin the Public Speaking--Mr.~'. L~Ltt25111~:tl~l~ ~.LI~,S unrlstznel~lDer~;o, . . . emy anti Uollege. ~or several years ~ I~ ~ vr ...... + ~.~, ,A--~.t .~ r, ., fermg, the result of a fall sustained .qaru T~minall, ~n~l f~h~;~+;,,~ ~,,; .... Iclub affmrs, and zn a very short hme Mr. Wm. Stanton, Mr. P- ........ ~.~ ,me o~,,~ ~ ~ouncnor whil~ vi-'*in- :- ~^ui~ville ~'- ~"-'~s ............................ v ...... ' I ......... ~" ~o: :~: "--: .... , , ,, ~ ~,~ s ,,, ~ o , :~s., m,~ wore satin "owns of flesh or_h:: :_~ eden member Will Ilnu some class or iy. r ~,ne -'~tumnae, ann n'oms an en- s , c m an~ e _.idOl ................... Maggie Curley, one of the most be- maize resnectivelvAll wow +,,l~ course that will have a special Nat- Lzbrary--Mms Catherzn~ V O t~ pO-~l~lOIl in ~ne near~s oI all ~;ne " " ~- ~ "~ ~ "~ " W memb r ......... loved women of our mty, ~s now able hats of a matehin shade a "h "r|urally this will tend to increase the Mrs P H Till, Mrs. T. e s oz me assocmuon. The a~ ..... g s ~ ex I " " ' ] fair .... ~,, ,~,~ ~, ..... .. -..,^. to receive her friends while resting tlress and carried arm bououe*~ -f populuarity of the club. The corn-I IChildren's Department',~ .............................. " in a wheel chair Miss Curley has ale mk r ..... t mzttees" appointed" for the coming garet Walsh, Mrs J J ~ mal reception, affording the many " " " " '" m " "" ~'-' p P oses. In the evening a re-, I _ . . . " " " friends an~t former uunils of this no- jusz ~een released.ire acasze wmcn ception was held in the home of thelyear are as follows: |Margaret; morrmo~. . , - -- sue has worn sinceme accioent. " ' ] " " "I Friendship MrsA J" * ble teacher an opportunity of tender- . bride s parents to which several hun- General Chamnan and Vice Chair- -- . Thanks to the skill of her doctor and ~ _.. i~I mg their congratulations to her on ......... dred friends were invited Included maal~Mrs J J Farrell, Mrs S M IWays and Means ~ne ~en~er care oz her ctevo~e(t sis- " i ...... er~tu "" in the " " i i - Chzng, Mrs. L. E. H her new position It was a beautiful ................ bridal party were two httle~W ll am,on, 1779 Autumn. ] "r~ ~ers, mrs wm ~avm ann ~vnss lWOl- ........ W Norris, Mrs Robt r party, the roomsof the college thrown ................ flower girls, Josephine Mzghcczo and] Pubhczty--Mms Lomse Nolan, 1927 I " " " xle tgurley, ffxzss ~uaggm Will SOOn D~ 1 i ' " rald 4 open for the reception were tastily .. ., C a re Muffuletto of Helena, Ark i Vinton; Miss Mary Fztzge, 34] _,~ well once more. naa.ny prayers are "~ T pay decorated in garden flowers Those , . .. ........... The gentlemen who served as ushers Lewis; Mrs. Marne A. Bumpus, 195 INOVENA AT S ....... " . . vemg oizerea m thanksgiving zor the wet ......... t ...... o e ~nessrs ~'ranK iNell WhO arranged nil ~e~ails ano wn ................ ~elucca, unarles r~. luc . t ~ -'-V . llIe oz ~nls gentle SOUl Dy all tile mere- el mn Wri lv ~v were the offzcml hostesses for the ~, ...... ~ernto, Thomas Cassata, and Charles t Athletics---Mr J C Sutton Mr I The S e p . ._t .ors oz ner iamliy. ~ " , ' patriot afternoon were: Mesdames George ,~esszna of Helena, who served as best:w P Chanman, Mr Louis Busler ]was opened m St. ~1 " man " " ~ " . ' last Friday night is prey, D~etrzch~ W. P. Cos~rov% P. A. Mc- - ........ ' Miss Ann Franklin, Miss Catherme l ...... -'oft PMl~Z~haP;e:nFdel~Z~I:~T H~:ner, WRl:h;]'~T~s~a~n~ili~o~n~;Tcai:i!in~i~ib!i Miss Sylvia Pierotti, daughter of M~r~m=ing for Women--Mrs. R. E. ]~:n/ahthi~n~ond;!i!ii~ Catherine Herbers and Helen Fay It Chin Mrs John Aste M~s, Mar ~ ( 1 Mr and Mrs H Pmrottz of Mosby g, , Holy was a beautif:l tribute o" " ." [room of the Catholic Club Unusua- . . . _ _ s ~" l in the Order of the love ~o a! ......... street whose a,,-roachin- marria~,e to garet Walsh, Mrs. Stalin, ~rs. P. I ...... f li u^-...i._~ ^~. .... ,__ I ly a~racuve prizes are ~o ~e award- , vv ~ ~, ..... tpossesses ~ne zacul~y v .. .......... =:=~" led, both for attendance and tables. Mr. Sam Dine, son of Mr. and Mrs., ~viarsmsm. ,,--n'r w Lawn Mr [hearers and transplant, n~ I s h o zt A Dine of Little Rock, Ark, was an I Bownng mr A a e , . ] surroundm s, so wwd are r Mrs~. ,-,~,~ W Saxon ~f The ladies who compo e t e c ram" " "" ' " --- " " ' g ' " Mr and . . ]tee are Mesdames R E Chin~, L E nounced recently, has chosen Miss Joe NorviUe, Miss Emma GuntL t tions that it is a simple 1379 Peabody avenue have as their I Herman, :ff W Norris" and ~'Robert Genevieve Dine for her maid of hen- Dancing---Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fran- ]imagine oneself in LiseUi~ guests their s~n, David W. Saxon, I Prest. No stone will be !eft unturn- or and -Miss Stella Lenzi as ~brides-Istall, Mr. and Mrs. H-.B. MO;mart:~ [Convent home of the Li~ Jr., and Dr. John M. Cooney, dean of] ed nor any detail neglected that could imind" Mr. Dine will be attended by Mr. and Mrs. Jno..~'. ~nea, ~. a , Ior as in the case of Su~ the School of Journalism at Notre I .... -k~,, o,~ +, +h,~ ,~leasure of *hose t:'his brother, Mr. Jesse Dine, as best i ~lrs. ~no. vor~er ~ruegge, mr. and Inboard a ~,Teat liner near~ I Dame Universtiy. They will return I v.~='=,~^nd"* 'Fro'm What information 'man, and Mr. John Robilio as grooms-!Mrs. J. T. Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Iof Molaka~the land of the to Soufl~ Bend somehmethmweek man The ceremon will be erform Cmaale Mr and Mrs A J Shed, Mr , n " " I we can glean it will really be the o= ." Y " P - , ..... j~ony. Fr. Dolan s sermO , t n ~ed m St Mary's Church Wednesday, I was m" the o ~mon" of maz I ficial opening of Catholic society i I P" Messrs. Walter Fransioli and Gar- t Memphis for the fall and winter sea- Sept. 24,. by Rev, . Fr. Rupert Hauser. 'was~ a member of St. Patrick's par-/piece" His comparison o: vin Fransioli left the past week for son A tea table, which is always an }Mr. Patrick 0 Sullivan will preside at~ ish. Mrs. Melhorn is survived by her/and those who live in t South Bend, Indiana, where they will irresistable spot, will be attractively ithe organ with Miss Sophia Grilli as ~i husband, a son, Edwin R., and ~wo I~ortal sin was beyond our enter Notre Dame College. En route arranged and will be presided .... over by vocal soloist" and Mrs. Angehna" Pal- ~ daughters, Misses" Josephine" and Edith" [t~ epress. The Novena they will visit Mr. William Whitman, the following charming ladies: Mes-]azola as violinist. The flower girls' Melhorn; and six sisters, Mrs. E. J. ]Sunday night. We Jr., in Chicago, for a few days. Both dames John J. Shed, John T. Walsh, !selected are Norton Mac Pierotti, English, Mrs. Mar~in Judge, Mrs. P. does not permit a these boys were graduated from the and Miss Margaret Walsh. Taking ~iece of the bride, and Genna J. O'Neil and Misses Mary, Annette count of the sermons that