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t page Six THE GUARDIAN, SEPT. 24, 1927 11 Mission House Activities l ST. WINAND'S MISSION HOUSE. MeGehee, Ark. By Rev. Thos. H. Lillis. A meeting of the heads of the Cir- cles last Monday afternoon at the rectory, resulted in the unanimous de- cision that we continue all plans here- tofore laid for the having of a booth at the Fair in October. As far as is known, this is the first time that St. Winand's ever participated in this sort of thing. Inexperienced, it will take considerable time and trouble. But with the whole-hearted support of all of us, there is no ques- tion but what we can put it over big. Financially, if it is a success, a booth at the Southeast Arkansas Fair will mean much to us. But more than the material gain realized, there will also be one of prestige--the pres- tige it will give us with our non-Cath- olic brethren• Living here is a back- ground which is not opposed to Cath- olicity, but a background which hums with Protestant activity, we are apt to consider our minority of lesser im-I portance. Truly we are small in1 quantity. Figures don't lie• But ofI quality we have sufficient to swingt any enterprise of this kind with ease. [ This booth will handle food. AllI kinds which may be made up into short order lunches. Should the crowdI be as thick as it was last year; the demand will certainly be great. Our women folks know how to cook. That is not an extravagant statement the writer has eaten some most de- lightful meals here in McGehee. And people as a whole have a tendency to take their meals where they promise to be best. Hence it remains for us only to get on the grounds to offer the best that can be had, regardless of corn petition. A meeting of the entire parish will be held Sunday. All plans will be four other schools in the county that bore the badge of standardization, and thus Dixie school is among the most efficient in the entire county. By the way, the attendance increased to such an extent that an additional teacher must be employed. discussed, and as complete arrange- chetical Instruction was given the children and young people of the parish. Many of the parents remain- ed for the instruction• Parents will do well to attend these instructions for they will then know themselves how well their children have prepared: the lesson and the manner of their answering the questions. Great in- i terest was manifei% by the children 'and splendid attention was given. In connection with the catechism the questions given in the Sunday Visitor lure used. Catechism will be taught Masses on Sunday, Dixie 7:30, Ledwidge 10 o'clock every other Sun- each week: after Mass on Sunday and day and so alternately until further after the Mass on Saturday when notice. I there is not a Sunday visitation. Masses on Sunday, Oppelo 7:30, i Mr. IIenry Sellmeyer is much im- Bigelow 10 o'clock every other Sun- proved and is able to be up and about the house. He pays an occasional day and so alternately, visit down town during the day. Ev- eryone is thankful for his recovery MARY IMMACULATE MISSION and hopes that he will not suffer a HOUSE. relapse. Mrs. Joseph Sellmeyer is again Hoxie• confined to her bed. She has been By Rev. R. J. Marmon in poor health much of the summer. Mass on Sunday at ten o'clock Her relatives and friends mindful of was followed by Benediction with the spiritual and corporal works of the Most Blessed Sacrament. The mercy are doing all they can to corn- young people were urged to attend for her in this hour of affliction by the choir rehersals which are con- their kind ministrations.and visita- ducted each Sunday afternoon at tions. Blessed are the merciful for 3:00 p. m. Many people like to be they shall obtain mercy (Mass V. 7). coaxed. When Our Blessed Lord But woe unto those who are hard selected His Apostles and Called hearted and self-centered. Those who them He said "Follow Me" Is more think of themselves only and desire an necessary than to say Young People easy carefree life. Remember the God has given you a voice, Use it I words of St. Paul to the Galations the in singing His Divine Praises as you VI chapter, "Bear ye one another's are too frequently want to use it in ' burdens, and so ye will fulfill the law singing the trashy songs of the day, of Christ, And let us not be weary for your own personal amusement, in well doing, for in due time we you sing those songs for personalshall reap if we faint not. Therefore pleasure and the applase of the world whilst we have time, let us do good seven days a week" rendering to the to all, but especially to those of the world that for which it has ever househ~old of the faith." been clamoring• Are we asking tooMass at St. George, Knobel, Satur- much, do we expect too much, are we day, September 24, at 8 a.m. Corn- demanding more than we should when. munion will be distributed at 6 a. m. we ask that you give a few hours on St. Bernard's School, under the di- Sunday to render to God that which rection of the Olive,an Benedictine He has every right to demand of you Sisters, Holy Angels Convent, Jones- and to expect? Let there be more bore, opened its doors Monday morn- harmony and better attendance at ing, September 19th, for the fourth the choir rehersals. Sing for thescholastic year. honor and glory of God and He will Mass was celebrated in St. George Another surprise awaited her which ;s worthy of note and that was to see so many receive Holy Communion at 6 o'clock each morning• St. Bernard's School has experienc- ed three successful years and with the ".utlook expects to make this year the most successful. If we cannot progress to greater and better things we are sure to retrogress• However we are sure of making a marked'prog- ress this year. .Through the kindness of Reverend Mother Walburga, O. S. B., Prioress, we are adding the ninth grade• This was done as a personal favor and one which is greatly appreciated by pas- tor, parents and children in general. We are certain that the children at- tending school under the direction of the Sisters who have consecrated their lives to God, will receive the neces- sary education which 'will fit them for any work they- may take up er after life. The foundation laid will be solid and the building sure of standing against all attacks of the world, the flesh and the devil. It was to safeguard the lives of our young people that we asked for and obtained a Sister capable of impart- ing ninth grade work. May AI- mighty God shower rich blessings up- on the parish at Knobel, may Our Lady, the Saint of Wisdom, intercede for and obtain enlightenment of mind for the youth, and may this year be the greatest in the history of the par- ish• All for the honor and glory of God, the salvation of souls. Miss Anna Coragan of Poplar Bluff is visiting her sister, Mrs. Lawrence Dahmus and family. Mr. Celestine Schiller left' for Lit- fie Rock this past week where he en- listed in the U. S. army• Messrs. Lawrence Dahmus and Frank Sellmeyer, Carl and Edwin Sellmeyer, Ralph Gregory, MI'. and Mrs. Herman Cole, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sellmeyer are at Boynton-Carmi preparing the gins for the coming sea- son. They will be joined in another week by Mr. Henry Sellmeyer Jr., and Mrs. Frank Geisting. They will make occasional week-end visits to their homes when weather and crop very limited attention that a mission- , by Father Wernke, after ary, in charge of a large teni~ory, gave a talk to the children• could give them, they have kept the ,ion of the Blessed faith themselves and have fought given immediately after• against great odds to hand down thist • I Good Counsel P. T. priceless heritage to their children. Some--many, it is true, have been! The Good Counsel P. • ' .. . • their first fall meeting h lost m the fight Thear loss m an "" " ...... he I afternoon The meeting was evlaence oi ~ne ilerceness ox z t• ......... d el ended Mrs Brngnone, s~ruggm. I woum ra~ner no~ ju g , " " them for their failure to remain ;was in charge of the faithful. When I am inclined to do lcard party ~iven the other I given to defray the expe: so something seems to say to me: new school desks installed "You might have done worse than Isummer. New outdoor they did " It is impossible to esti-I ...... ] Wlll armve m a few flays, mate the depressing, deadening in- _ ......... II ants i pmcen m me SChOOl yarn ~or fluence on faith of a tots y g" I dren Bats and indoor basel onistic or indifferent community The ~___" ....... • l ueen suppneo Ior the DoyS effect of such an environment may l,..oh ~xHll h...... ,t 1~,, +ha be imperceptab]y slow, but it Is all ...... "~ most inexorably, certain. Those who 1 ~neday. r" ±" ~" every xuesaay survive such a test have been tried in the fire and their faith is the brighter as a result. But I began to tell you something about the Immaculate Conception Mission at Wynne. In beginning, it would be very difficult for me to describe the location of the church. As a result of such an attempt, your idea would very likely be about as correct as was mine when I received directions how to find it on my first visit last Fall. Ordinarily my in- formant's directions were very clear, and ordinarily too, I am able to fol- low road directions, but I must admit that on this occasion, after making a complete survey of the town, I was forced to ask one of the townsfolk to direct me. After a circuitous route through a maze of railroad tracks, I found the church snugly nestled in what seemed a corner of the Southern Hardwood Lumber Company of Arkansas. If it were not for the rather unecclesiastical sur- roundings the church would not have presented a bad appearance. (In say- ing this about the location of the church I am sure that I am not of- fending the pride of any of the Ca- tholics at Wynne). Less than a hun- dred yards to the north ef the church and only a short distance from the Missouri Pacific Railroad tracks State Fair Work. The work for the Good Church lunch room at the S for the Fair week is making l according to the report of Lensing, general chairman• co-operation is given by all t bers of the parish. The the booth was begun this the direction of Mr. giving his time and labor work. Quite a number of i of the parish have give an extra hand in the Steve Mullen, Sr., Mr. Joe and Mr. Frank Mullen had transporting the lumber grounds. The following. been chosen chairmen for Monday and Tuesday, Heibach. Thursday and Mrs. Page. Wednesday, Saturday, Mrs. F. Sarlo. of the dining room, Mrs. Mrs. Pope, charge of the stand. Cold drinks, Mrs• and Mr. Steve Mullen, Sr. Muller, cashier. Mrs. Man in charge of cooking the A. Me,railer, transI FORT SMITH COUNCIL K. OF C. ELECTS merits as possible made. reward you, not for time only, but Church at 8 and followed by the conditions permit• stood a two-story building formerly At the Southeast Arkansas Fair for all eternity. Sing for the world Benediction with the Most ~Blessed The Novena in honor of the "Little used for school and Sister house. The annual election of also, we will enter an exhibit from and its vanities and at death you are Sacrament• Special prayers were of- Flower" will begin at St. George When I saw Wynne last Sunday for the Fort Smith Cou: our school. This exhibit will coverltoo soon forgotten, fered in hofi0r of the Holy Ghost for parish September 23, closing with for the first time in more than six place o~ the 7th of Septe~ the work from the first to the sev- The Sunday Visitor is always on a successful year. her Feast Saturday, October 1. months, the exterior appearance of the present Grand Knight, Terbieten being re-elected. enth grade, and include many intri-lsale at the church door after services. After the services in the church the the Church had not changed much, a high tribute to the wor] eate pieces of work made up entirely lFew people take this excellent paper, children and members of the parish JONESBORO MISSION HOUSE. except perhaps that it had a still by the children. With her usual greatI The cost is merely a postage stamp gathered at the flag pole in front of more 'nestled' look because the lum- plished during the past ye energy, Sister Leona is ~lready hardI The contents are to elevate your the school where the flag was raised• ~ By A. J• Wernke. ber piles had grown taller, his guidance and the Council The pledge of loyalty to the flag and Sunday, September 10, Masswas is very pleased that Brothe~ at work on this• [mind to the higher things of life The transformation was on the in- to the country was recited after which read at Truman at the home of Mrs. side• The first to strike my eye were ten has accepted the respons: Wanted---a roof for a school andI Educating the mind on matters it , , house has been our constant plea• [ knows no,hug about and ,fain'rig1 the beautiful Stations of the i . all united in singing the National An- James at 8 o clock and at 10 o clock keeping the Council as ths them•The children then gathered in the at Marked Tree at the home of Mr. Cross, with figures,new delicately tinted, Council of the State. all summer It really looks, mght • [the heart to beat in unison with its and Mrs. Men,ague. now as though that dream m" about lsl o • ] Creator. Take more Sunday V" "t rs standing out in relief. The Stations During his administration senior room where the first confer- There is a splendid increase in at- are not only an ornament to the body had two initiations, and an to be realized. Mr. Graves, of Pinel home with you. Let your children ence of the year was held• The chil- tendance at both places. A visit was Bluff, has purchased the roofing and ' [ read them and by so domg make dren were reminded why they came made at Le Panto with Mr. and Mrs. of the Church, but they make it much in the offing for Columbus has made arrangements to come downl Loyal Catholics out of them. Scarcely to school. That they were there for Elwood. Mr. Elwood is in charge of more devotional• The center aisle achievement itself is uniqu next Monday to ,start work. We all[a home will you enter on Sunday and the purpose of learning and acquir- the ditch work and clearing of the of the Church has been divested of annals of Knighthood in t] hope that it dosn t rain in the mean-! .... thud the children occupmd with the ing the necessary knowledge which waterways east of Le Panto. A very the old carpet in preparation for a Another outstanding event time and especially on that particu-I ,~.:,.~_,_ T, .... ~ ,~.~ ,,,-, _ o. _.~.._ I ,~.,u,~. ~ ~ug~ u~ ~.~ put- ouuuay would fittingly and properly prepare pleasant afternoon was spent visiting new one. Above the white altar, at the past year was the picnic lar day. [ Visitor" but you do not need to look Mr. Graves runs a garage in Pine • . them spiritually and physically for the his camps, and inspecting the great the foot of the statue of Our Lady in July. Due to the work Bluff" and a very busy one In order [ a second t~me to see them occupied duties of life• That they came to work. of the Immaculate Conception, was a Joe Post of Altus, the Kn "th large new guilt cross. To the left I given a most cordial recept tha~" our' scnom .... cnimren~ aria" our ~is-" I w~t....~ne..~'°pumr. . ~unaay~ . papers•, school with the intention of co-oper- Tuesday, September 13th, the ters tam'hi" be protected from the ram," [ ............. wmcn wm ~ram your children to be sting with the Sisters and that if they 5onesboro Social Club presented their of the altaP, near the entrance to I parishioners of St. Mary's .... "'. . . , . eerier tn~mens De~er t~a~noncs, did so all would be well and they play at Weiner, and the'whole town the sacristy, stands a beautiful new I less to say, Father ne Wnl give up no~ only a aay s worK, .. . _ 9 .... " • . ~eai men ana women. ~e ~ne 3uage would be happy knowing that the %gether with many from the sur- statue of the Little Flower. But one us individually and and two ~f necessary, but will also brin alon~ with him one or tw- of yourself and then act accordingly, training received in St Bernard', rounding towns came to see them of the greatest ~urprises of the day members of his flock/The his men to help out in puttin-~ th~ but remember there is a God who .... • heel is on a par with that received perform. The play. was a financial~ awaited me in the sacristy, a spac- be an annual event and it is roof on l~s~ how to go about thank will demand a striet account from anywhere. ~uccess and we are indeed grateful to ious vestment ease, tinted in dark ed that next year the L[t~ in~: a g~nt]em~an of th'~'s t--e is diffi- you for the manner in wh'eh you Sister M. Cecelia, O. S. B., has the Soeial Club for playing here at oak, and with ornamental brass Couneil will join us cult Ha doesn't w-n+ +h--k~ -~-- have reared those children whom you charge of the semor children. This Weiner. handles. And besides all this, I could , how. H's interest isnot'in-'ree'ei:i~i have been given to rear and return :s her first year at St. Bernard's, but Weiner was attended this past,week not help noticing the new cassoeks a Th:eAa3atth:rtb:seb:llr2::~ thanF~ blot n the furtherance of th~ to Him. commg with many years of experi- end with Mass every day at 8 o clock and surplices worn by the altar boys. P " ......... ~nc i e utati n • • • Knights of Columbus in the Catholic Church and its ideals Mass Sunday, Sept 25th, at 7"00 " e and a splend d r p o we at whmh all the school children at-Just where all the new thugs came rest assured that thm year will be tend. Sunday a High Mass was sung from I did not have time to inquire. ~ague.closed the_.season w!th- - -,s, The siallness with which several Catechetical a. m. Instruction Sun- rl ' 'rue Imal s~anum a solO members of ~he B~resch family have day evening at 7:00 p. m. followed another noted event in the pa "sh. at 9 o clock and evening services at I am sure it would be interesting to g " ~, Surer M F~des, O S B, ~s agam 30 There ~s m e Kmghts m fourth place w~h been af ~cted ~s ra ~dl warn 7 q t a b~t of mckness know who the enerous donors were, z" " p" y "ng, andby the Rosary, Litany, and closing . " " ..:. " ." .... , : • "" ' " g " .. .. ~,~ with the 3umors ±ms ~s bm~er s amen the children an games se ara~m ~nem ~ they w!A all soon be on their feet with the Most Blessed Sacrament " " • g " d thus the at- and to tell of the novel means used P g . third year and everyone re3omed tendance at both school and church leaders Under the mauage~ again. Ernest and Carl are both up,Mr John Zalaker mana-er and " " " " by the resourceful little congregation • , . - o ......... " , ~ and was exceptionally pleased to have has droppedconsiderablv thishast+^ -~. .... *~-~ ~-~-. +- -* +~'~ -hurch Louis Beladd and the Cap'2 Mrs. Bare~ch is recovering speedily, r~, ;~ o^ _~ ~*r^i_..~ ~.'~ ..... SmteI return to St. Bernard s. Sls- week. The very latest surprise was Herman Terbleten ,te Kn~g~i - -~-,s ,~u•. ux,,=,..u ~lug~, ,.euterPi " :s ~ M A • • • a et Mar,~ Ella Shea hao r~+ ..... ; ,^ des was w~th S, re_ • m- Douat,onsfor Electric L~ghts s--run'- u- ,h~ Tadies Altar Societ-poor start won seven gam t a severeace der~t last week ~ l~ school in L'ttle Re-~- , •brose when the school was opened Misses Ads and Clara Fi~se $5 00-~ • ~= +ho,, h ....... rk cess'on to bring them from '" " ~" hil ' " " • ........ for several mon~.o ~-.~ .......- Mrs Baradel's rec-~+ Ol .... he W e renovatmg the cleaning tanks four years ago and has noted the A Friend .................................... 2.00on e~ ~;u ~ ,~,,,~ oboe+, ,, ho ~af˘led to one of the runner ups. necessitated her withdrawal-f'r:L .'~'~] he was severely scalded with Steam- marked progress in all the parish ac- A Friend .................................. 1.00,~5[~='~'; :^y,-.v~ :."~:~;[5;~ :ew flux of Subiaco boys made t' ~h,,;,- g y caus ng ~ ep anu pamlm t~wtms which have been the outcome . ............ the most feared in the leagu8 ......... DUllGln" Iuna. /~_DOUl; iour weeks I Mr and Mrs S~n,~lo," ..... ~.. burns upon hm hands and bemg and outgrowth of the paroehml ST. FRANCIS MISSION HOUSE ...^ +~g ,m.^~, ..~.~ ;+ ..... + ,+,-;1,1,~ Maestri, Tschann, Alfgino, i ..... drenched as ~t were from t e wrest school Pender as, Mc , Bt a protracted ws]t m Lomsmna. . ................ .._ . ~:,: ......" ........ _~. ]contents were placed on display in g , C uskey, :., Mrs Cunningham is ranidlv recov I uvwu ~v m~ ~ee~. ~ ~.,~ ws~,.g uv ±he men o~ ~ne parmn nan reno- l'orrest City, Ark .... ~, ~,_ ..... ,_ Werbieten, Lutz F, Lutz 1~ erin~ from the effeet~ a~th: ..... [is much improved and expects to be rated the premises and provided fuel Dear Mission Friends• la snow w m~.ow oz one ox ~ne ~owu~ and Liberto composed the 10 -~ ....... v~-.-- .... " , prommen~ s~ores. 'me number oz up and about m a few days. m abundance The good lad~es clean I closed m last week s letter b of th earn as ,ion she recently underwent m L~ttle Y Y e t Tschann h ..... ed and scoured the convent schooi "" chances .sold is the bestproof of its • l~ocK. [ l~ewport , - prommmg ~o ~ell you what I saw on] worth a~-~ ~-~, +. t as+ Frido,, it was tinction of not losing a ga __ [ Mass Sunday, September 25th, at throughout, leaving nothing in themy first visit to Wynne since last ....."~'~""~" ~ ~'~ "'--/-~" .... r-- ranked with the premier pit 19:30 a.m. After the Mass Cute- line of dust to mar the appearance• January• Wynne, as you probablY.o~ --"nne ] razT~e.u_.o~x ana-l~virs~'-rau'~nene u.u~e,uc~v ,~,.u~:~'c~u~Y'l the league. ' ST. BONIFACE MISSION HOUSE Ichetical Instructions will be glv- The culinary department was leftknow is a thriving little city of about [ .~ '.~ ' " " " " ~" " "'el a~ zou can imagine ~ne Jus~ prlu Oppel0 en• After the Instruction a meeting groaning under its heavy load of pro- two thousand population• It is prac- I of'the Society in reporting the net The mdoor baseball lea~ By Rev. H W Nix I of: the entire membership of St. wsmns. Nothing was hfe undone totically at the foot of the western lleturns ..... red and twelveI°n September 19th and , Ol llve nunu John s Pans 111 l start the year perfeatly , [ takes rote conmderatmn tha~; The picnic of St E1Pzabeth Parish l "h w" /be he d. Very ur- • slope of Crowley s Ridge, and is the I~: ....... , ............... " " " .. F da aft uonars tOiZ) inls lS cer~am*y a l , on the 13th of Sept, was a success gent and important matters will be The S~sters arrived n .y. er- mission center for the northwestern[ "h " " : ~ r the New Build denommatmns are represen~ in every way. It seemed a regularlhandled at this meeting. Let every noon andwere met at the sm~mn by portion of the territory which eom-IT:;FYn~gmnmg xo ]following !meup of.teams: ~ • • l ivir ann mrs ~awrence ~ammus WhO • • • , • g • thouis~, ~irs~ ~apds~, ,,exin~ home-comm_~, s nee there were nres- lmember be present. You who receive " " . ..... pmeses St• Franem M~ssmn F~eld. If • ! . . . . . ~" _ . .. ~" ! ~_ ,~.._.~_.l ....... -. ~ ........... I transported them v~a auto ~o ~ne .... ~ ~.. +~.. ~.~.~.v~ r~.^~,^~..~ I do not thmk that I am overly en- 1 Bap~is~, Calvary Baptist, . .... V . v . I___1- .... ~ ................ #parish For Sister Fides it was a re- ,. .... , ......... I ~nusms~m m prealc~mg ~na~ use ~m- I Memorial Christian, First u Irom t,-tn, ,, n~ic~Dor:llc,,,:. ~, 15~w~ ..... n~ , an t *n~ntu~r~ who uO nob ~Ke ID anu lei~ " . ,. . tar DaCK as ~ne ~u S yOU Wlll Iln(l ideal day favored the celebration and'everyoneit meet'ngbetoPresentbe held fOrafterMaSs,shortand ~?:: ahdm~aJ°rSt:h::h::~d 1:::˘. ... Wynne listedbeen as a mission. There [ o:gU t:2n;:sPt i: , iC: :h jinllern;tf I Saint Boniface, fiulphur0 h ~ ~ Presbytermn, Kmghts of everybody enjoyed a pleasant time, e the ...... ,'.: . ...... has even a time when Wynne ........... ~---"-ern' - tnln s aDOU~ "cue Deau~iiUl DUlIUln S ~ne lumDer yaru oz ~ne ouuun • • o as amusements had been provided. ]Catechetical instruction. Those who . g .......... g had a resident pastor and a parochial[ ................ f Ar ]and l~ldLand* Helghts. Metho • . ' ana grounds ox ~ne parlsn a~ lxnooel, , . naruwoou ~umver ~ompany u " may look zorward ~o ano ~: One of the attractive sights on the desire to recexve the sacraments of~ ......... h t xi " school. The moving away of Catholic[. [ I p ~ne goes wm ann harmony ~ ae sis . [ Kansas. cessful season The Kni-htS place was the stand that disDlavedl enance and Holy Eucharist will ........ famflms and the scarcity of priests ' - . - -- = ..... ~among rne t~a~noncs WhO are ever .... ~ in second place last year beautiful needle work, whxch show-!nave an opportunity ~o ao so. ready to do anything possible for the have been ~ne ~wo prmc~pal reasons] [ " ed the artistic.handiwork of the wom-] Knobel . advancement of the cause of Christ why Wynne has lapsed again into the i, ..... = ...... ]" [We expect to have news • en of t~o ,~-r ~ and a~so their g~n ) Regular serwces were held at status of a mlssmn Both of these ' r si[ :t:ward'the or "1 " " ':in Knobel, but she was not expecting • ]~ ~nna ~a~]{~| ~ lissue of the Guardian e o zy w k of beautify ,Knobel as per schedule There was reasons have meant extra burdens r~k~r,][~ • " ") . ' "to find the picture as was presented [1 ~UUL~ ~.~UU ~[ ~. . .... ~lgnea : mg the sanctuary a large attendanceat Mass each for those to carry who remmned m • . to her upon her arrival so beautiful der to kee the froth ahve ] I " r,~v~t~ ~ JOHN A (2 Db, le .~ !morning. During the visit.~tion 36land to receive the reception which or P " " • I~ I:t.ll .ll ˘ ' • Wednesday, September 7th, at persons received the Sacrament of ~was aecorded her and Sister Fides. One of the most marvelous things] ~ ..... _ ~ I Chairman 9:30 a. m., J. Hudson, superintendent Penance while Communion was dis-~,Upon arriving at the convent they on the missions, in general, is the]r:-"= = -" -" = : = -- - - . . of schools in Perry County, visited t~ibuted to 63. Many received their[were ushered into the dining room faith of the Catholics• It is one[ Schoolopened last Tuesday with 2~pprove~: ' St. Boniface dis~rkt school• Mr. i Eucharistic King daily•,~ where the ladies had prepared a warm of the most convincing proofs thatlan enrollment of 200 pupils. A Mass LEO TERl I-Iudson said that there were only[ After the Mass on Sunday Cute-'meal for them. faith is supernatural• With only the[in honor of the Holy Ghost was saidGrand Knight,