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4 f P/GE TWO THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1920. % SOCIAL AND PERSONAL U MpS. Thomas Snfith is ill at her ors attached to tim wedding bell were home, 1016 Louisiana street. Mr I Florance I)onahue returned froln the K. of C. Eurol)ean trip Thursday morning. Miss Mary l'icrce Keith left Sun- day for St. Louis, where she ?ill at- tend the Visitation Acadeliw. Miscellaneous Shower. The young ladies of St. Edwards' Church will entertain with a miscel- laneous shower at St. Edwards' hall Tuesday vening, October 5, in honor of Miss Gertrude Foageroussc. Ice Cream Social. Tltc women of St. Edards' Church entertained with an ice cream social on Tuegiay afternoon that was .a great success. Cards were played and refreshments served. St. Vincent's Alumnae. St. Vincent's Alunmae will give a dance at the K .of P. Hall, Third and Center streets, Wednesday" evening, September 29, at 8:30 o'clock. Cathedral N6es. Mass 7, 9 and 11 a. m. Evening Devotions 7:45. Those who failed to get census rds last Sunday may aply to the ushers in the vestibule tomorrow. The October Devotions will open on Friday night in "c/onnection vith the First Friday Devotions. Fr. Wernke on Vacation. Roy. Father H. H. Wernke, pastor of Our Lady of Good Cunsel Church, Capital Hill, left the city last Sunday for Cincinnati, Ohio, where he will visit with his parents for two weeks. While there he is booked to - marry his brother, Henry Wernke, and Miss Edna Marie Holthaus. The marriage ceremony will precede the celebration of a Nuptial Mass, in St. Augustine's Church, on Tuesday morning, October 5. Father 'Wernke is establishing quite a reputation as a family knot- tier, Henry being the third brother he has married within two years, the three couples all members of St. Au- gustine's hurch. Evening School Supervisor. ] Supervisor Edw. R. Dwyer, for the I K. of C. Evening Schools in the south-] ern district is in Little Rock for the week, n connection with the opening f the local school. He is a Holy Cross College man and has met with several of the Worcester, Mass., Alumni during his stay. Dur- ing the war he was attached to the U. S. "N: transport, "Mount Vernon," and experienced the fearful novelty of riding a torpedoed boat. Mr. Dwyer states that the hole was large but they "just jammed 17 tons of con- crete into it, let it set and with a slight list safely arrived in port." Aluflnae Benefit Dance. S. Vmcent's Alumnae of Graduate Nurses are to have a pleasure party and benefit dance on Wednesday eve- ning, September 29, in K. P. Hall, Third and Center streets. Their many members and friends are only too anxious to answer this general call, for they know that a good deed and a good ime will be the answer to the' invitation. The p'oceeds go toward the Circulating Library. - Very Rev. Chancellor Returns. -Last Sunday the Very Rev. W. H. Aretz, S. T. D., dean of Little Rock College and chancellor of the diocese, returned to' the city after a three months' trip to Europe, where he had the pleasure of visiting with his parents and kinfolk. The Roy. Doctor reports conditions as desperate in I many European countries. Miscellaneous Shower. . ' I Miss Gertrude Fougerousse was honoree at a very attractively planned pulled and the bride was showered with rice. Indian was played, the pri::cs for high score being awarded to Gertrude Fougerousse and Mary Snyder and Will Kohhnan and mil Hanggi. Dancing followed and in the late evening refreshments were served. 13ering-Cavenee. A pretty wedding took place at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening, the contract- ing parties being Miss Florence Bering and Lieut. Ray E. Cavenee, the eerelnony being perforlned at the home of the bride's uncle, H. O. Arend, "2424 K street, Pulaski Heights. Monsignor T. V. Tobin offi- ciatinR. Quantities of golden rod was used in the arrangement of the draw- ing rooln. The bride, who was given in marriage by her uncle, wore a handsolne toilette of embroidered net with overdraperies of chiffon. Her boquct was of white roses and valley- lilies. Mrs. Irwin Dierking was lna- tron of honor. Her 'gown was of changeable blue and green taffeta over chiffon. She carried an arm boquet of pink roses. Miss Jewcll Spear, in a costume of pink taffeta and carrying pink roses, was the bridesnmid. Lieut. S. I. Williams per- formed the duties of best man: Little Brunelle and Beulah Belle Bradley, in frocks of blue organdie and carrying pretty little baskets df rose petals, were the flower girls. Little Jane Logan, in a dainty frock of white organdie, carried the golden circlet in the heart of"a lily. Mrs. Gaff played the wedding march, and preceding the ceremony Mrs. Boyd sang "kt Dawning." Following the ceremony congratulations were said and refreshments were served in the dining room, where the color scheme of pink was carried out. Lieut. and Mrs. Cavcnee left imme- diately for a trip to Kansas and Okla- homa and upon their return will be at tome at Camp Pike. The going away gown was of blue tricotine with ac- cessories of brown. Arkansas Geology. Commissioner of Mines, Ianufac- lures and Agriculture Tom Ferguson has just issued an interesting work,, "Outlines of Arkapsas Geology." We are all anxio)a to know "our Arkan- sas," especiaqly what it has in stor- age for us and odl' children. The Commissioner exposes in his late booklet the very depths of Arkansas resources. If you want to know  the scientific dope on ang. of the follow- ing questions, read his suggestions and 'reports, gleaned from such an authority as Doctor Branner. His subjects are: _. 1. Bring up to date the work on the coal lands and publish the report. 2. Report on the petroleum and nat- ural ga resources. 3. Report on the fertilizers. 4. Report on the soils of the State, their 6rigin, distribution and treat- ment. 5. Report of tim clays, kaolins and fller's earths. 6. Revise and publish the report on the Lower Coal Measures. 7. Report on the struclral mate- rials, including Portland cement. 8. Report on the state water sup- ply, including underground waters. 9. A comprehensive work on the get, oral geology and gelogic history of the State. 10. Thetpreparation and pubiica- lion of a large scat topographical and geologic map of the State. OPENING OF BALTIMORE'S COMMUNITY HOUSI (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) Baltimore, Sept. 20.--Formal open- ing exercises were held.at Baltimore's new Catholic Community House yes- terday, with Cardinal Gibbons -pre- siding. The home was furnished by the National Catholic War Council, hicl will furnish its staff for the first year, after which it will be con- ,i Chu,0000h i NEA T WEEK Sun(lay, September 26 ............................ XVllI after Pentecost Ionday, Sel)tember 27 ................. SLs. Cosmas and Damian, Martyrs Tuesday, September 28..., ...................... St. Wenceslans, Martyr Wednesday, September 29 ........... Dedication of St. Michael, Archangel Thursday, Septenlber 30 .............. . ..... St. Jerome, Confessor Doctor Friday, OctolJer 1 .......................... St. Remegius, 131. Confessor Saturday, October 2 .............................. Holy Guardian Angels THE CLAIMS OF THE CHURCH PROVED BY HER ADVERSARIES "The" Caflmlic Church From Without" By Rev. Jas. A. Carey, Maine Cath. Hist. Society. THE CHURCH The Church's Title Clea'. IV. The Church cannot be robbed of her title. Her seal is indelible. The pioneers in the work of civilization, who were the apostles of the different nations, states and localities, are now the patron saints of those places. That is her watermark. It is wrought into the very work. Her title is clear and beyond dispute. Dean Church says: "The crowd of unknown saints whose names fill the calendars, and live some of them only in the titles of our churches, mainly represent the age of heroic spiritual ventures, of which we see glimpses of St. Boniface, the apostle of Germany; of St. Co- lumban and St. Gall wandering from Ireland to reclaim the barbarians of the B.urgundian deserts and of the shores of the Swiss .lakes. It was among men like these-=men who were termed emphatically 'men of reli- gion'-that the new races first saw the example of life ruled by a great and serious purpose, which yet Was not one of ambition, or the excite- ment of war; a life of deliberate and steady industry, of hard and uncom- plaining labor, a life as full of activit in peace, of stout and brave work as a warrior's was wont to be in the camp, on the march, in battle. It was in these men and in the Chris-. tianity which they taught, and which inspired and Reverend them, that the fathers of our modern .nations first saw exemplified the sense of human responsibility; first learned th# noble- ness of a ruled and disciplined life; first enlarged their thoughts of the .uses of existence; first were taught the dignity and sacredness of honest toil. These great.axioms of modern life passed silently from the special homes of religious employment to those of civil; from the cloisters and cells of men who, when they were not engaged in worship, were engaged in field work, in book work-,-clearing the forest, extending cultivation, multi- plying manuscripts--to the guild of the craftsman, to the shop, of the trader, the study of the scholar. Re- ligion generated and fed these ideas of what was manly and worthy in man. Once started, they were rein: forcel from other sources; thought and experience enriched, corrected and co-ordinated them. But" it was the power aAd sanction of a religion and a creed which first broke men into their yoke that now seems so easy, gradually wrought their charm over human restlessness and indolence and pride, gradUally reconciled mankind t the ideas, and the ideas to mankinl, gradually impressed on them that vague but yet real thing which we call the general thought and mind of a nation."--"Influences of Christianity Upon National Ctmracter," p. 125. THE TOLERANCE OF KERRY PEOPLE Irish Independent, Sept. 3.--Rev. G. Browne, the Recory, Castleisland, writing to the Press, states: "On all occasions 1 have found my Roman Catholic brethren, both clergy and laity, most courteous, kindly and con- siderate; and never, by word or deed, NEW ORLEANS TO HAVE NEW bIAJOR SEMINARY (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) New Orleans, Sept. 20. A inajor seminary, commensurate with the im- portance of ttm archcocese of New Orleans, whose students heretofore have been obliged to go outside the archdiocese to complete their educa- tion, is being planned by Archbishop Shaw and a campaign to raise funds for erecting the institution will be inaugurated shortly. An official announcemen has been sent out by Archbishop Shaw as fol- lows: "We hereby officially inform our clergy and the laity of the archdiocese that we have decided, after due con- sideration and with the advice o$ our very reverend consultors to inaugurate a campaign for the purpose of raising sufi3eient funds for the erection of the proposed major seminar.y and the ade- quate endowment of the same for the immediate needs of the archdiocese. We shall give due notice when the campaign shall be actively launched." Mt. St. Mary's Alumnae. Mt. St. Mary's Alumnae will" meet at Cathedral hall. on Sunday morn- ing, following the 9 o'clock Mass. , s PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS. 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PEOPLE'S SAVINGS Little Rock, Arkansas Open an account with COMMERCIAL TRUST " Formerly LASKER-MORRIS BANK & Fourth.and Main If Deposited in Savings Account will earn A affair on Tuesday night, when Miss dueLed'by the Sodality Union of BaN has any ihtolerance on the score of compounded twice a year, but you also , , ,elf know that your money s readily avail J --^':  ........... e and Miss Doro- +imore religion been shon either to rays  .... " ' " ...... ,._ ../ahle whenever you may reqmre u of th Gerke brought together sixty five The Home will be used as a nay or o any ox my pamsmoncr .... / ' "' Y - ,  ......  Remember that a small 'amount de n o the evefiing in cards nursery, where mothers who are act, my pcopm nave ozten spoken m/ ..... uesLs to e j 3v J [ ..... |posite 9 regularly at fixed intervals -a a...h,,. ,vh, hall as taste t forced to work can leave their chil-l glowing terms of ne Kinuness anu ............ 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