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PAGE SIX THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 ST. JOSEPH'S HAS 50th At,INIVERSARY, SATURD00 His Excellency ST.00OSE,'H'S,OS, ,HOT S,'R AR,00. 145,000 Catholic To (elebrate March in Protestation0000000000!, 9 Jubilee Mass (Continued Page 1) i! sick patients being cared for in the old frame structure. In 1920 the first step was taken towards securing the Greenway property fronting on Whittington avenue between Cedar and Pine streets, and the adjoining prop- erty at the corner of Cedar and Whittington was bought in 1924, on which has been erected the fine five-story, T-shaped, Gothic designed institution equipped to care for 118 in private rooms and 40 in wards. There are also three operating suites, a maternity de- partment, a nursery, ambulance receiving room, hotel suites, din- ing rooms, parlors, die.t kitchens, solariums, and a department de- voted to the mineral baths. St. Joseph's School of Nursing was inaugurated on March 1, 1905. The organizers were Doc- tors C. Trawls Drennan, president; S. P. Collings; Gaston Hebert; William V. Laws, and H. P. Col- lings. The first three named have passed away. The first class of graduates, July 1, 1907, were Sis- ter Mary Edward, Miss Elma Baker, Miss Minnie Sue Sims, and Miss Norma Nicol, deceased. One hundreds and forty-four nurses have graduated since the opening of the School. Contest Letters Dear Editor, slow' The week rolls by very ly when waiting for my favorite paper, The Guardian. The Question Box is the first thing I turn to, which enables me to answer religious questions asked me, more intelligently. The Catholic Dictionary of Thought is my second choice for it inspires me with deep feelings and gratitude, toward the writers of spiritual works. If we live these thoughts, happiness is just terse and vigorous arguments on l modern questions in the Catholic point of view. World-Wide Catholic News is next interest because of the at- tractive composition and precise l and effective presentation of Catholic news of each and every point of the world. Miss Christina Kordsmeier, Sacred Heart Parish, Morrilton, Ark. The Guardian, Dear Fathers, iI enjoY reading The Guardian and am particularly interested in its progress, which has been very noticeable the last two years especially. I like the Qui Vive column be- cause it explains so clearly, facts and fancies and current events that are newsy. : I:like Words of Encouragement for. the consolation it brings. First of all it helps us realize more calmly, whY so many trials and disappointments come into our life, and then it provides thought for new courage to overcome them., Having been a subscriber for number of years to "The Chal- Clarksville Study Club Is Resumed Clarksville. -- The Clarksville Study Club renewed its weekly meeting Sunday, September 18. At an election of officers, Edward Spanke was elected president and Miss Cecilia Surina was re-elected secretary-treasurer. Miss Martha McKinney and Robert Bender were elected dis- cussion leaders. Miss Helen Su- rina and Mrs. Frank Knoedle will give talks on "The Consecration."i Order here last week was city clerk of Ludlow, Ky., at 21, and later was associated with a bank in Cincinnati. He joined the Pas- sionist community 26 years ago. Holy Cross Province embraces all the territory from the state of Ohio to the Pacific Coast and more than 200 priests are under this jurisdiction. Patronize the Advertisers of The Guardian. They Are Your Friends. Flag of Nation's Capitol Given To Parish School Los Angeles. (E}.--A flag that flew from the staff of the Na- i tional Capitol in Washington was i presented to St. Robert Bellar- mine School in Burbang and form- ally raised at ceremonies presid- ed over by the Rev. Martin C. Kcating following a field Mass Sunday. The banner was the gift of Con- gressman John S. McGroarty, who made formal presentation to six- John J. Pershing, a kins- man of America's world-war Gen- eral, who reCeived it on behalf of the First Company, Bellarmine Jefferson Guards. "I know," said the donor, "what this flag will symbolize to you, young, milita , Americans." . , A color gu of the' Ameri- can Legion escorted the banner to the school and participated in exercises. Novena to Our Lady Seeks World Peace Boston. (E)--Nearly 4,000 devout persons, jamming the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, attended the Perpetual Novena of Our Sorrow- ful Mother ,inaugurated: here by the Servite Fathers on the invi- tation of Cardinal William O'Con- nell. So great was the response to this Novena that many were forced to kneel in the aisles or on the altar steps. The Roy. James R. Keane, O. S. M. who renewed this Novena in Our Lady of Sorrow Church, Chicago, in 1937, and who has since seen 70,000 at the weekly service there, and about 300,000 in other churches where the No- vena has been established, led the prayers and hymns and preached the sermon. He called upon the vast con-: gregation to "join the diplomatic corps of the Queen of Heaven to engage in a national crusade of I I to pass from St. George's Cathe- dral, Southwark, to Westminster Cathedral after crossing the Thames near the House of Parlia-i ment ,was composed of parish groups in which members wore no regalia of any kind nor carried any banners. The men recited the rosary or said other prayers quietly as they marched. His Eminence Arthur Cardinal prayer to prevent the collapse of: Christian civilization. "Civilization is more gravely in danger flmn it ever has been be- fore," Father Keane said in his sermon. "I know the remedy. Our Creator came down from Heaven and prescribed a philosoplly. If men follow it they would not be j in difficulties. Dictators of Eu- rope may continue to mobilize: their men to fight Christian philo-i sophy--they" are all fighting God,: the silliest and most childish thing in the world, and you, too, are l fighting God when you do not combat the evils of the world." crowd before the From his study wia 0 dinal Hinsley read ta el sands outside the '-I her house a message from. Lei nence Eugenio cardin  Papal Secretary of Sta P stated that His Holl Plus XI trusted that thai  'Oil W: Y, J prayers of reparatl .... univc.rsal peace and tn:h  0 Christ in men's hearts  i1 human society. ' :. 1 The Dutch League, yfl,, cabled Cardinal H iBsley.-?li't Sacred Hearts Sistd,:, U. S. Provincial Is U :1, F ll iver  {' a  , " .i' Anna Theresa, supetn:;, North American provi .$ Holy Union of the Sacrl died yesterday at the 0': here at the age of Congratulations To St. Jseph'S !iililil ; S. A. K E M P Postmaster HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS F. b,. MARTIN'S Cigars, Cigarettes, Candy, _ .:,:,Sft IDrL All Kinds of Sandwiehes -----"---- , 1. 831 Central Avenue phone ,f?l  ahead, ice" magazine, published by Fa, The Medal Story is always a ther Stedman, it was like meeting pleasure to read as well as educa- old friends in new surroundings tional, when "Today's Parable" became I thank The Guardian for a a feature of The Guardian. It chance to express my opinion, is a pointed and' brief article Respectfully yours, which attacks the fallacies of mod- Miss Mary E. Church, i ernistic thought I " 813 W. Third Street, I Yours ever interested in The Little Rock, Ark. Guardian, : Miss Rose Schwarz, Dear Contest Editor, Weiner, Ark. Diocesan News is most inter- esting because it is the most corn- i Passlonlst Provincial Once Banker plete, concrete, and accurate re- r port on the activities and news of l Chicago. (E).The Very Rev. Catholic Arkansas. I Boniface Fielding, C. P., who was Qui Vive is second in interest lre-elected Provincial of the Holy because of its lively movement, [Cross Province of the Passionist COMPLIMENTS Leo P. ,00cLaushlin HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS Congratulations to Saint Joseph s on Thetr Fiftieth Anniversary CONGRATULATIONS TO ST. JOSEPH'S ON .HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS CONGRATULATIONS [ . .';" ) H. L. WILSON LUMBER CO. {l WHOLESALE AND RETAIL . i  MANUFACTURERS OF YELLOW PINE LUMBER I| Hardware, AutomoBile . ilt-uppli'S"'" Telephone 493 * P.O. Box 6z I. Implements, Plumbing ';, HOT SPRINGS. ARKANSAS I Sash,-Doors, Paints and Oil." :;[ Genuine RU-BER-OID Shingles  Roofings and Building Products , I PAUL HEADY, Inc. Valley Lumber & Supply Co. Funeral Directors The Department Store of Building Material "TAT EVERYBODY CAN AFFORD" T. J. Reynolds, Manager Phone 770 ., Hot StI i" DIERKS' PRE-SHRUNK LUMBER i PITTSBURGH PAINT PRODUCTS i:[: I w, 00om00',men,00 ,00ii t HOT SPRINGS -R ARKANSAS R. G. 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