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St. Mary's ;diction. | upervislon Of gard to wine [ONT LA sA] s of the Chtg WINES d str )there themeCl :E ALTAR IN lting msas City |: nentlon The 6 Welcome To 00'00ood Counsel Victory Lm of FI Little Rock.--Preliminary or- ganizations of Mr. St. Mary's So- dality took place last week when Miss Jean Sweeney, a resident student from Chicago, and a mem- ber of the senior class, was chosen Sodality Prefect for the coming year. Assisting Miss Sweeney are athedrs] , Justice Vatican City. (E)-- (Radio). -- Peace can only be bought with ZECHDSLOVRK/A. I truth, justice and charity, His Holiness Pope Plus XII told six nk.mbers of a House of Rep:esen- tahves sub-committee on war ap- i propriations whom he received in private audience. The legisla- tors were accompanied by General ttichards and other officials of the U.S. War Department. The Holy Father, expressing his happiness at welcoming another group of American legislators to V'ltican City, said: "Your partic- ular interest, We are informed, is to check and measure the cost of the war. You have, no loubt, found it enormous--and fabulously so. Yet the concern of your com- mittee is obviously limited to the sphere of mere material cost. No human agency will plumb the depths or gauge the length and breadth of the suffering, of the pain and anguish and the heavy desolation that have tortured the bodies and souls of men during these long, long years. "It all sums up," the Pontiff continued, "to the price which in the calculations of men had to be paid for a stable and lasting peace. But will it suffice for that? God knows, and right-thinking men should know, that peace is pur- chased with a far different cur- rency. Truth, justice and char- ity--at no other price can peace be bought. The group of Comgressmen was composed of Representatives Fran- cis Cast, South Dakota; J. Buell Snyder, Pennsylvania; Albert J. Engel, Michigan; W. F. Norrell, Arkansas; Joe Hendricks, Florida; and Harve Tibbott, Pennsylvania. New Officers Take Over St. Patrick's P.T.A. North Little Rock.St. Patrick's Bernardine Kenney, vice-prefect: P.T.A. met in the School Hall, Mary Ann Lucas, secretary, and Tuesday gfternoon, September 18. Majorie Meehan, treasurer. New members and the new of- ficers of the group were intro- Students to serve as leaders for duced by the President, Mrs. Our Lady's Committee, the Eu- George Byrnes. The new officers with selling charist Committee, the Parish are as follows: Mrs. Leon Slept- on the black Committee, the Catholic Literature ella, V.Pres.; Mrs. H. McCarroll, puppy, raffled at Committee, and the Publicity Sec'y.; Mrs. Mary Carver, Treas.; Jerry Glen received Committee will be chosen during Mrs. Ernest Koehler, Reporter. selling the greatest the current week. The main at- Plans were made to serve a art was the The Sodality officers, all of spaghetti dinner on Sunday even- whibh in- whom attended Summer School of ing, October 7, with. Mrs. J. Pier- to the P.T.A. Catholic Action in Chicago during posit as chairman. the month of August, are bubbling Mrs. Thomas Jones and Mrs. H. over with plans which they hope Cochran were appointed on the Qnthusiastic start was to put into action for the better- Program Committee for the year by the 4th ment of the Sodality during their and Mrs. T. C. Quinn on the are working on a term of office. Hospitality Cemmittee. Room the earth as a :: sponsors are the following: Mrs. silhouettes of the Post-War Problems L. Kaczka, Mrs. Joe Lenski, Mrs. The 5th and 6th their work on panels Subject Of Forum Carl Rosenbaum and Mrs. Robt. the develop- Dittemore. )ortation. Science Washington. (E)--The theme of Sr. Vivian's room won the at- were made by Mel- the 1945-46 lecture series of the tendance prize. Door prizes were I Charles Carroll Forum of Wash- won by Mrs. Ruth Tucker and Alfred Lynch, and i ington will be "Problems of Re- Mrs. L. Domboski. Refreshments Catechism pos- i construction and Peace," it has were served. culminatingwere madea i been annunced by the Rev" James -  AustI Works of Mercy. A. Magner, Procurator of the Ca- ' tholic University of America and m an Posters Patsy Jo Reid, chairman of tile Forum, now in its C th li Edit Patricia Forest and fifth year. The forum will be a o c or opened on October 19 by Dr. Friday's' Magner, who will discuss his re- Still --"Alive re- t culminated by a cFnt book, "Personality and Suc- a two reel film on cessful Living." Vienna. (E)Dr. Frederic Fun- new Pictoral Pro- ' der, famed Austrian Catholic edi- Art and Eng- grade making invitations for the for who had been confined in a students of the 7th P.T.A. Several "Pop Quizzes" nazi concentration camp for two were held during the course of the years, is alive. One of the lead- couple would llke week. ing Austrian journalists, he was arrested by the nazis soon after room apartment WANTED.---Small Sets of Books the occupation of Austria in family. Ca, ll to keep on part-time basis. Ser- March 1938 and taken to the in- Box L. The Guard- vice includes all tax returns. Tele- famous concentration camp at 420097, Evenings 4-4539. Dachau. At least three times in the course of the war, and again only a few months ago, the death of Dr. Funder was reported by var- ious news agencies. Dr. Funder, in addition to serv- ing for 33 years as editor-in-chief * of the Reichspost, a Catholic daily which at one time was one of the largest newspapers published in Ba Vienna, was a member of the zaar board of the International Associa- tion of Catholic Journalists and served for many years as Austrian to be held correspondent of N.C.W.C. News Service. He is 73 years old. : WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3rd- St. Andrew's School FEAST OF THE LITTLE FLOWER Takes Active Part hicken dinner will be served in the hall In Annual Carnival Little Rock.--The pupils of St. "rnival attractions on the school grounds Andrew's School took an active part in the annual carnival held "[it, the three units, new church, rectory and on the school grounds last Thurs- Sisters' Home day. The black Cocker Spaniel given' i honor of the Little Flower, St. Theresa, will by Msgr. F. A. Allen was won by Miss Beverly Balch of the eighth Iday, September 25th, and close Wednesday grade. October 3rd at the 8:30 o'clock Mass. A cash prize promised to the one selling the most chances was won by Tommy Stuart, also of i the eighth grade. AND USED SCHOOL' Stamp Collectors :00 EQUIPMENT Desks, Teachers' Desks, Tablet Arm Chairs, , Chalk, Erasers, Etc. U.S.A. and Foreign Stamps in packages for Sale. 10c, 20c, 25c and $1.00 packages at ITHE GUARDIAN PRESS 309z/z W. 2nd Street Supply Company Arkansas Greater LittleROck St. Andrew's ;/ Masses on Sunday at the Cathe- dral are at 6, 7, 9, 10 and 11:00. At Holy Souls' Chapel Masses are at 7:30 and 9:00 o'clock. Sunday night there will be a No- cena in honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medel followed by Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament beginning at 7:30 p.m. Novena in honor of St. Teresa, the Little Flower, on Wednesday morning following the 7 and 8 o'clock Masses. Confessions are heard at the Cathedral every Saturday from 4:00 to 6:00 snd from 7:30 to 8:30 in the evening. Confessions at Holy Souls' C2mp- el every Saturday afternoon from 2 to 2:30. The regular "Inquiry Class" will be held at the Cathedral Rectory, 802 Center St., Tuesday evening at 7:45, or any other night dur- ing the week (except Wednesday or Saturday nights) by appoint- ment. St. Edward's Sunday services: Masses, 5:30, 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. C.S.T. General Communion day. Even- ing devotions, Novena of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Bene- diction of the Blessed Sacrament, 7:30 p.m.C.S.T. Weekday services: Daily Mas- ses; Communion Mass 6:30 and :School Mass at 8:30 C.S.T. Novena of Our Lady of Per- petual Help Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. C.S.T., followed by a social for the entertainment of our members and friends. October devotions will be held daily at 7:30 p.m.C.S.T., beginning Monday. Activities, man, Mrs. E. J. Theri0n, co-ciair- man; assisted by Mrs. John Hum, Mrs. Guisto Mancini, Mrs. Claude DeRoche, Mi-s. Curtis Cayw0od, Mrs. Edward Husick,. Mrs. Jess House, Mrs. A. Siebold, Mrs. M. Barthol, Mrs. Calvin J. Ebbe and Miss Margaret Pratt. Catholic Union of Arkansas October is our PARISH MONTH retreats for returning servicemen and there will be many activities and women and subscriptions to i under the leadership ' of the our national magazine "Social Jus- Ladies of the Parish, directed by tree lewew . Copies of the ha- the Mothers-Altar Society. tional resolutions will be mailed to all affiliated societies, as soon Good Counsel as these are received from the Novena in honor of the Lit- printer together with the resolu- Rev. Anthony Lac1owSlky. C.S. p. Conway, Spiritual Dlrctor Carl J. Meurer Little. Root, ,'eeiden G. H. Kenkel Brinkley Secretary-Treae urez John Maus Jr., Atk[ns First Vice Plesident Frank Willems, Subiaco Second Vice Presi]ent Peter P, Hiegcl, Conway, George Steirnel, Pocahontas Third Vice President Much enthusiasm prevails at'i our State Convention held each year in doing the work of God and His Church in Arkansas. However in order that the maximum re- sults of these conventions be at- tained, and that the work of the organization be carried on throughout the year, it is neces- sary for each affiliated society to take a part in the work of the program adopted throughout the entire year. Among the recommendations of our Resolution Committee at A1- tus, are the support of our diocesan weekly, "The Guardian", the study of the national resolutions, adopt- ed this year at Milwaukee during August, especially the resolution "The Will to Peace", support of tle Flower, St. Therese, began last Tuesday, September 25th. Every morning after all the three Masses special novena prayers are recited with the veneration and Blessing with the relic. After the 8:30 o'clock Masses Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament is given. The close of the Novena will take place on Wednesday, October 3rd, at the Feast of the Little Flower. Special devotion is held every Friday night at 7:30 in honor of the Holy Eucharist and the Little Flower. Sunday evening devotion at 7:30, with Rosary, litany, prayers of Thanksgiving and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Wednesday, October 3rd, Good Counsel Victory Bazaar will be held. Chicken dinner will be served at the hall from 5 until 8:00 o'clock. Alr'other carnival attractions will be held on the school grounds. Benefit Ior New i Church Rectory, and Sister's Home. rlday is the First Friday. The children will receive Holy Com- munion at the 8:30 Mass. Confessions will be heard Thurs- day from 4 to 6 and 7:00 until 8:30 o'clock. The Good Counsel Altar Society will meet Friday afternoon in Good Counsel Hall at 2:00 o'clock, with Mrs. Henry Wecker, presi- :dent, presiding. During the month of October, the month of the Holy Rosary, Rosary devotions will be held dur- ing the Mass and evening devo- tions. The weekly social this Friday night, September 28th, will be in charge of St. Anthony Sodality. Activities begin at 8:15 o'clock. St. Patrick's Church North Little Rock Masses on Sunday at 7, 9 and 11 o'clock. Confessions Saturday afternoon from 4 until 5 o'clock and before the 7 and 9 o'clock ,Masses on Sunday. Instructions in the rectory, Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Novena to the Little Flower will conclude Wednesday, October 3rd, the Feast of the Little Flower. De- votions are held each evening dur- ing the Novena at 7:30 o'clock and consist of Novena Prayers, Bene- diction and veneration of the relic. The P.T.A. will serve a spag- hetti supper in the hall Sunday evening, October 7 from 5 until 7 o'clock. The following commit- tee will have charge of arrange- ments: Mrs. Julio Pierpaoli, chair- I[ |[[ [I | ROGOSKI - DAVENPORT PLUMBING COMPANY PLUMBING--HEATING Serving Little Rock Since 1897 OT W. th Phone 9942 ,I I I I II tions adopted at Altus. In addi- tion to the recommendations of the resolutions committee, the dele- ,ares at the convention adopted as their program for the ensuing year the support of the State Sanator- ium Mission near Booneville, sup- port of our Diocesan Missions, sup- port of Public Speaking Contests at District Meetings and State Conventions, subscription of all affiliated societies to Social Justice Review and support of the Cen- tral Bureau, our national head- quarters at St. Louis. Although it was voted by the delegates at the Altus Conven- tion to complete the "In Memor- iam" memberships in our national organization, the Catholic Central Society of America, which mem- berships were inaugurated at a meeting of the Northwestern Dis- trict held prior to the State Con- vention, at Fort Smith, these memberships were not completed during the Convention. The mem- bership referred to are for priests instrumental in the founding of the Catholic Union of Arkansas, over fifty years ago and who were very active in spreading its work for many long years. The "In Memoriam" membership, of Rev. Gallus D'Aujourdhuie, O.S.B., was completed in full by Mr. Leo Ham- mer, Fort Smith. The other mem- berships are incomplete and are for the following: Rev. Wolfgang Schlumpf, O.S.B., Rev. Matthew Saettle, O.S.B., and Very Rev. Monsignor John Eugene Weibel, O.S.B. The "In Memoriam" mem- bership of Very Rev. Monsignor John Eugene Weibel, O.S.B., was added by the delegates at the A1- tus Convention. The funds derived from "In Memoriam" as well as "Life Memberships", being $100.00 for each such membership, are placed in the Endowment Fund of the Central Bureau, which fund is established for the purpose of in- suring the continuance of the many phases of social and charit- able work done by this "Workshop of Catholic Action", in St. Louis. i Those of our members who are in a position to do so, should take advantage of becoming a "Life Member" of our national organiza- tion, for in addition to partaking in all the advantages of this Life Membership, such membership at the death of its holder, is auto- rustically transferred to an "In Memoriam" membership. All of our affiliated societies are MOnnlSO N THE HATTER LADIES AND HATS MEN, s CLEANED AND BLOCKED 52 Main St, ph. |97 I I ! F. H. KUIPER, Jeweler 206 West Capitol Phone 2-424 Little Rock, Ark. DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, WATCHES, L',OCKS, POTTE.Y NOVELTIES AND GIFTWARE We repair all kinds of plain and oomplloated watohes, docks, and Jewelry. Mall order sollc|ted. All work guaranteed. Prices moderate. For 25 years head watchmaker of largest local Jewelry store. John J. Healey  Clarence A. Rot& HEALEY & ROTH  AMBULANCE BUR IAL ASSOCIATION I NC SERVICE SEMINXRY NEWS Major Crusade unit, Athletic Assn. Hold AhnUal Election Little Rock.--Due to the accel-: eration of the present scholastic year, which commenced last Feb- ruary and which will terminate on October 14th, the members of the Major Seminary Crusade Unit met on Sunday morning, Septem- ber 23rd to choose new officers who will head the Crusade Unit for the forthcoming scholastic year. The Committee shoulders many responsibilities as the chief  duty is to guide and direct the student activity for the Major Seminary. After much nominat- ing and balloting the following men were elected to the respec- tive offices of: President--Mr. Leo Reidmuel- let of Morrilton, Ark. Vice-president -- Mr. J o h n O'Rourke of Dallas, Texas. Treasurer--Mr. Bernard Rober- son of E1 Dorado, Ark. Sccz'etary--Mr. George Tribou of Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. Raymond L. O'Dwyer, re- tiring Vice-president, and Mr. James E. Naughtin, both declined nomination to the Presidency. Messrs. O'Dwyer and Naughtin will have the obligation, duties, and responsibilities as Student Di- rectors of the Seminary Choir this coming scholastic year and would not have sufficient time to do jus- tice to the office proposed to them. Mr. Bernard Roberson Was re- elected to the office of Treasurer by a vote of acclamation which was followed by the constitutional balloting giving him the greatest plurality in the history of the Crusade Unit. The entire staff of ,Officers, namely Messrs. Andrew Gonda, retiring President; Raymond O'Dwyer, retiring Vice-president; and Leo Reidmueller, retiring Secretary and President-elect, all have worked admirably in deliv- ering the Unit from a three hun- dred dollar deficit to some sixty- odd dollars to the good, but it was primarily the keen management of the Treasurer, Mr. Roberson that made the year such a success- ful one financially. He rid the overburdened religious store of its dead stock, decreasing liabilities. He diligently, from week to week, could be seen collecting from the students the amounts of their tailor, candy and soda bills. He levied dues for the accelerated year which also brought some extra funds to wash away the de- ficit. The Student Body aware of his ability and in gratitude for the fine job he had done, desired to re-elect him by a vote of acclama- t;on, but such being unconstitu- tional a vote was taken, the gr,,at plurality 'of which we have al- ready mentioned. We are looking forward to another succc.,sful year, financiaDy speaking, with I.r Roberson as "the indefatigable bill collector. '* Athletic Assn. Elects Officers Following the election of of- ricers for the Crusade Society, the Athletic Association held a short meeting for the purpose of choos- ing new officers for the coming year. Mr. James P. Reynolds, Jr., the retiring President, presided over the meeting. The final re- turns installed the following semi- naz:ians into office with the Ath- letic Association: President, Mr. John Doyle, of Philadelphia, Pad Consultors, Mr. Charles Herley of Bedford, Indiana; and Mr. Gerald Cooney of Tyler, Texas. Oval-er Angles: Today and tomorrow the Prep- urged to assist in the completion of the "In Memoriam" memberships begun at the District meeting at Fort Smith and at the State Con- vention at the earliest' time pos- sible. Hegarty Drug Company 4th and Mailt Stt Phone 9111 Little Rock, Ark. CHARLF M. TAYLOR' aratory Students will depart from SL John's for an extended "recess" until October 24th. The Prepara- tory Students have not been ac- celerated but rather have taken extra courses in Latin, English and Religion this past scholastic year... Canonical Exams will be given to the Third Theologians next Monday and Tuesday. Final Exams will be given to the stu- dents of the Major Seminary com- mencing next Friday... Fathers Graves and Murphy have departed from St. John's to spend a few days at home before reporting to Catholic University come October 3rd... We welcome to St. John's, John Liston, who hails from the "hub of the universe" Boston. John is a member of the First Philosophy Class. Chuck Her- ley the new A. ,." Officer says that the players will receive a "yeast cake" after each game. , What no "tomato juice?" Alumni News: Again news about the newly or- dained, Father Mulligan, and it is brief but informing. Father Mul- ligan has received his appointment as Assistant at the Immaculate Conception Cathedral Parish in Burlington, Vt. He was to have reported yesterday, September 27th. Ad multos annos. Orate Fratres: In your prayers we ask you to remember the Theologians who are on retreat for Tonsure and Minor Orders and who will be ordained tomorrow morning. We also ask a place in your prayers for those taking their Canonical Examinations, and for the entire student body of the Major Seminary who will start their final examinations next week. Class Election Results At Mount Announced Little Rock.Officers selected to head Mr. St. Mary's High School classes were chosen by the home room students at special assembly last week. , The',senior class elected Mary Ann Lucas, president; Rita Call, vice-president; Rita Lynch, secre- tary; and Gretchen Vogler, treas- urer. The junior class_ Mary Joe Shader, president; Margaret Ann Burnett, vice-president; Patricia Hain, secretary, and 'Mary Jo Sanders, treasurer. The sophomore class, Annette Wahlgreen, president, Carolyn Whitfield, vice-president; Rosalyn Jones, secretary, and Grace Hoyl, treasurer. The freshman class, Sue Keith, president; Evelyn Bfltz, vice- presidept; Judy LeVee, secretary; and Charlotte Bujarski, treasurer. Junior High and Intermediate Also Elect Junior High classes and Inter- mediates of Mr. St. Mary's prep- aratory department elect the fol- lowing officers: Junior High, Dorothy Prober, president; Betty Moore, vice- president; Sammy WaLkins, sec- retary, and Susie Gilmore, treas- urer. Intermediates, Molly McAmis, president; Anita Medina, vice- lresident; Mickie O'Connor, see.. retary, and Jackie Quinlan, treas- urer. Allsopp & Chapple Boolmellers ud 8tUoners . can . 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