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September 27, 1930     Arkansas Catholic
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PAGE EIGHT THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 27, 1930 SOCIA~AND PERSONAL Mr: and Mrs. Ge---~rg--e Welsh of P01k Avenue, accompanied by their son, John, spent several days at St. Ber- nard's College in Cullman, Ala., where they have two sons among the stu- dents, one in the college and the oth- er the high school department. Mr. John' Welsh is a Divinity student and has been at St. Mary's, in Cincinnatti. However, this year, John has been so- ; lected by our Rt. Rev. Bishop Smith, peered home about the first of Octo- at the Peabody Hotel. For many[from the presence in the Sanctuary ~i was followed by an elaborate weddingI~'reetings to their German years Miss Ashe was princial at the ,of the beloved pastor of St. Patrick's, ~ breakfast served in the home of the]it is even more than a gr bet. ---- -- ' above mentioned school and coun:s as Rev. Fr. Hayes, who has been so se-: bride's parents Pernet roses in sil-ltakes on a weighty signif Miss Margaret Hickey of South Mc- i her former pupils many of our lead- riously 'ill. True he was not able to ver bowls formed the central piece of,was an exalting and imp1 Lean boulevard and Miss Elvira Chig-' ing bankers and business men. When I conduct the services but the fact that the table. Later in the day Mr. Boyle meat when this year a Fr hizola sailed recently from New Or- her resignation was handed to the~ he was really there in the church and his bride left for St. Louis, their addressed 10,000 German C leans on the S. S. Amapala for a Ca- Board of Education it caused a deep mean~ a great deal to his people and future home Mrs. Kohlbry wore declaring that never there be a misunde " m J to his hundreds of friends m Me black flat crepe. She was assisted PhA.s l in receiving by her daughter, Mrs. a subject for his closing sermon A. R. Kearney of Little Rock, Ark., Fr. Dolan gave a most interesting talk ' who wore blue georgette. on the life of St. Therese, the LittleI Flower, or he called her, the newestI Miss Velvarose McLaughlin, a well- ribbean cruise. They will visit Ha-~wave of regret, for truly Miss Cora, vana, Colon, Cristobal, Panama City~:as she was affectionately called, has and Nicaragua Beach, returning b y;always been regarded as one of the way of the Grand Isle and New Or-t most necessary cogs in the machinery I leans. ;t of the St. Paul Street School. Be- sides the faculty, the following were democratic France and that the people of each learn the language of theN that they may study and the ways of their neighbors. to go to Rome, where he wi!l com- Mr. Sturla Candle, eldest son oil especially invited guests: Mrs. Ma- plete his studies. We of Memphis who Mrs. Arnette Sturla Candle and the i mie Cain Browne, a former pupil and late George Canale of South Belve-I for 12 years a teacher under Miss dere boulevard, left last week to on-I Ashe, and now a member of the city know the true worth of~this estimable young man, are proud indeed (hat he is being .given such a wonderful op- portunity by our Bishop, and feel sure that he will in every way ]us- tify the confidence that has been .... plra~%~cl in him. John has hun