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THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 29, 1923. SOCIALANDPERSONAL 00aint 00o00n'z -t- th St. Phone 214m0 L ---[---- Cathedral Catholic Ch, b 00rminar urzz Rose atferty is the guest of The regular business meeting 6f the Medea Rainey, in Tex- Cathedral Catholic Club was keld in ------- Cathedral Hall, September 24th. Varion Lewis has returned Elizabeth Kelly was appointed SECURING FOR THE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROG THE of two weeks in Chicao anada left .Wednesday where he will attend there. George Eickhoff, 910 McGow- family, have returned where they spent the chairman of the Welfare Committee. The other members of the committee are as follows: Bess Rogoski, Mar" Froley, Aileen Collamore, Ruth Church, Rose Lafferty, Helen Robin- EDU'CATION AND TRAINING OF WORTHY ECCLESI- ASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY FOR THE PRIESTHOOD OF ARKANSAS. son and Ed Monahan. Any Full Burse or Share in an Incomplete Burse May Be Donated BrtJk Lewis was elected Lo fill thel  an Incomplete Burse Will Be Gratefully Received and unexpired term of James Tuoimy, ser- Recorded. geant-at-arms, Mr. Lewis, John Hain and Lillie Fiehl were also added to the Executive Committee. In accordance with the schedule of "--"-- the fall activities of the club, a benefit G. Streett,and. family are dance will be given October 19th. De- Camden tolve. Miss Pa- tails will be announced later. The will continue her stud- following committee is in charge: W. Mary's Academy. lB. McConnell, chairman, Ben Booth, Helenurke, Lillian Atwood, Aileen Mrs." Frank Letzig have Collamore, Louise Simon, Arthur their wedding trip tel tIimstedt, Bernard Heinze, Louis Grand Beach, Mich., and lHoffman ' Frances Trapp, Katie atorth Monroe St. Durst and Ed Massar. This Will be Maratta was called to/the first affair to be given under the regime of the new president, and the Indianapolis ou aC-lcommitte e have already started work- scffous illness in his !amily. ing out the details and making ar- in Sear with her Who is aisle very ill. r e rangements to make this one of the most successful affairs given by the afternoon Miss Ma i club. The 'next. meeting of the club will entertained at a bridge be a social meeting, am] will be in honor of Miss Clara Berg, charge of the following committee: Prize for high score was Zita DeClerk, chairman; Jos. Bujar- Robert Parum and sec- ski, Jas. F. Barnett, Walter Powell Ed Mahoney. The t$ide Elizabeth Ring and Helen Roemer. With a beautiful bride which dainty refreshments GOOD COUNSEL CHURCH Annual Fall Festival A meeting of all the church socie James p. Gaffney has ties was hehl last']Wonday night at 8 Chicago, where he had o'clock in the parish hall, to make vacation at the Chicago preliminary arrangements for the lie is at St. John's Sem- coming Fall Festival. Father Wernke and Will be a member of the usual, presided, and expressed his thanks and appreciation of so many present looks well and has at the first meeting. smile, and genial dis- Festival to be tbeld Oct. 10, 17, 18 It was decided to have the Fall Fes- F: Duttlinger and Mrs. entertained with a rots- Shower at the home d Mrs. 1508 College street, last Sept. 21st, in honor Regina Berg, bride- and Pitch were played. were awarded to Miss Louise Ma- Win.-Gilmore. or Pitch were awarded Mrs. Louie Mrs. Frank Berg. D- were selwed. ganle Miss Berg was the re- beautiful and useful house was decorated in and potted plants. of yellow and white out in the decorations. Linen Shower .... afternoon, Sept. 24, 1 at her , with a linen shower, Miss Clara Berg, home was decorated carrying out the of pink and green. The to the bride in a wagon drawn by little After the game of Ss Anna Schmelzer and Mrs. Were presented with high The prize for the guess- won by Miss Marie was served during the Presided over by Miss Later in the afternoon Were served Assisting Was her sister, Miss Josie ;he Misses Cash. night Mrs. August with a lawn party shower for her Hanggi, bride- Were played and the the Misses Marguerite Sprick and  Rose Luet- Was decorated in pink and the refreshments car- oolor scheme. Little Orr presented the hen- ( of beautiful gifts. afternoon Mrs. John Mrs. Joe R. Gil- 50 guests at the 1323 McGowan shower, compli- Clara Regina Berg, house was decorated carrying out the color in blue and white. Presented to the brite with blue by Miste r Billy a8 a ehef and little as Miss Dutch sea in the games were Miss Louise Mahoeey, Tuohey and Mrs. Joe Which refreshments CATHOLIC THEATIR GUILDS DECIDE -- TO COOPERATE (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Washington, D. C., Sept. 24.Plans for cooperation of the Catholic Dama Guild of America with the Catholic Actors' Guild and the Catholic Thea- ter Movement were announced here by the Rev. John J. Callaghan, fol- lowing the receipt of com-munieations from the Rev. Martin Faby, chaplain of the Catholic Actors' Guild, and Mr. Alfred Yodng, of the Catholic Thea- zer Movement. "There is considerable confusion among Catholics regarding the work of these three national organizations all interested in the stage," said Fa- tiwfl on the 16th, 17th mat 18th of October. Mr. Steve Mullin was ap- pointed General Chairman of the I all Festival. The following chairmen for the various booth were appointed: Mrs. Emily Rixse, of the fancy booth. Good Counsel school chihtren of the fish pond. The Good Counsel Society Young Ladies Will have char of'the novelty booth, with Mary Lee Beaers as chairman. Mr. Sylvester Lynch, chairman of the candy booth, Mary, '1_: schann in charge of home-made can- dy boofh. Parcel Brothers will be on hand to serve hot sausage, and cold drinks. Robert Peters chairman of the dancing committee. Mr. S. E. Wisher chairman of the Countly Store. Ed Blady of Casey's Flats. Mrs. Chas. Drees chairman of the Postoffice. As chairman of the supper committee, Mrs. A. J. Epps was appointed.  Program All booths will be placed ther Callaghan, in announcing the re- A Burse Is a S7, of Money Invested and Drau,ing Enough Inter- ceipt of the communications est Alawys to Provide Board, Lodgi,g, cnd 2'ranig for One "The Catholic Actors' Guild exists Semanaran. for the spiritual benefit of Catholic . professional actors. It endeavors to ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY RJRSES ]t:.tke ,re that actors playiug in strange cities are give n notice of COMPLETE when and where they can hear Mass MARY'S PARISH BURSE, Hot Springs ..................... $5,000.00 and be brought into contact with MONSIGNOR TOBIN BURSE, Little Rock ...................... 5,000.00 Catholic organizations; it makes pro- ANNIE JONES BURSE, Pine Bluff ............................ 5,000.00 vision to care 'for the distressed mere- MARY HOLLAND-CRAIG BURSE, Pine Bluff .... 5,000.00 hers of the profession, and it seeks to JOHN M. GRACIE BURSE Little Rock ........................ 5,000.00 maintah fraternal anti social rein- INCOMPLETE lions among its members. BISHOP BYRNE BURSE .... - .................................. $1,226.00 "The Catholic Theater Movement ST. JOHN'S ALUMNI BURSE ................................. 975.00 endeavors to warn Catholic theater- 3ACRED HEART BURSE ..................................... 104.00 goers against salacious plays and to recommend clean anti worth-while plays. It caters to no play or players INCOMPLETE BURSES of any kind and does not care to be Bishop Byrne Burse known as an organization created for The Burse to be known as the Bishop Byrne, a memorial hen- the encouragement of play-going. or to the first Bishop.of the Diocese of Little Rock, already has a "The Catholic Drama Guild invades deposit of $1,225.00. This burse caUs for no stated amount neither of these richly. Its "peculiar of donation, and its present sum total is the result of large and work is the building up of a Christian small donations by those interested in perpetuating the name of theater amt its present activity is de- Bishop Byrne in connection with the priesthood of the diocese signed to interest Catholic Ameri- which he organized and unto which he gave of his prayers, of his cans in the importance of the stage as work, and of his life. an institution and to encourage the The Bishop Byrne Burse is a popular one, toward which even writing and presenting of clean and donations of on dime or more will be acceptable gad receive due artistic plays for Catholic audiences. credit on th Seminary records. ] ) , , Biho Byrne Burse credits to date: 10MINICANS OFFER " [ PRIZES FOR ESSAYS . /hviously acknowledged ___$500.00 ON I)IEGO DE DEZA Donation 500.09 Donation 200.0@ Club Gift 10.00 (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Rev. Friend 5.00 Washington, D. C., Sept. 24.--A J. J.M. 2.00 prize of five hun(lred dollars has been M. E.D. 1.00 offered by the American Dominican Fathers :or the best historical essayl ]Kartha B. 1.00 dealing with iDego de Deza, the Do-t J. S., Jr. ___ .0 ' Falw. and John . minican Archbishop of Seville, who,[ J. tL M, .............. 1.00 as exchequer for the Kingdom of Se- ville and confessor of Queen Isabelhi! Total $1226.00 and King Ferdinand, befriended Chris-I (ephor Columbus. and made possible t. John's Seminary Alumni Burse his voyage of discovery. The award- Previolsly acknowledged .... $900.00 ing of such a trize, which will b' '0r school grounds, and those in charge will be on hand to meet their patrons and frientls. Many beautiful articles will be on display. Tuesday afternoon card paty. Wednesday night froffi 5 to 8:30 a good suoper. Thursday night, card party. The Good Counsel parish invite all their friends to their Annual Fall Festival, and they appreciate what- ever cooperation they have given them in the past, and thank them, and hope they will remember them again at the coming Fall Festival, on the (lays mentioned above, to be held on the school grounds, on 9th and Bishop. Just follow the crowd. FEDERATION WILL DENOUNCE KLAN, SAYS WASHINGTON HERALD (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Washington, Sept. 21.The Wash- Rev. Friend ............... 5.00 Alumnus, 1913 10.00 Alumnus, 1912 .............. 10.0 Alumnus, 1913 10.0 Alumnus, 1913 10.00 Alumnus, 1922 10.00 Alumnus, 1913 .............. 20.00 Total $975.0 This Burse is a foungatian by the priests who have been or- daed, fr'm the Seminary and is open to the clergy and the people on th ] in general as a recognition of the present-day success of the facul- ty and the students of this important diocesan institution. o Sacred Heart Burse Grateful Recipient of Favors ................................... $100.0C Morrilton Friend 4.00 INFORMATION AND DONATION Request for further information regarding any or all matters pertaining to the foundation of Burses and the benefits shared by contributors and like- wise all donations should be sent to the Rector, Very Rcv. W. H. Aretz, S. T. D., St. John's Seminary, Twenty-fifth and State Streets, Little Rock, Ark. MSGR CHOULET'S L n'a [ '- ...... * JAPAN THANKS SOCIETY LABORS IN MANCHURIA [ FOR PROPAGATION OF ARE ,NDED BY DEATH ! FAITH FOR RELIEF ] " (By N. . W. C. News Service) (By N. C. W. C. News Service) ' New York, Sept. 24.The follow- Maryknoll, N. Y., Sept. 22.--The ing letter has been received by the aged Vicar Apostolic, Rt' Rev. Felix Right Rev. Msgr. Joseph Freri, P. A., Choulet, who, for forty years labored General Director of the Society for in southern Manchuria, passed to his l the Propagation of the Faith: well merited reward it July. "Dear Sir: Msgr. Choulet was born in 1854 in "I have been instructed todhy by the Chamberry diocese, from whick Count Yamamoto, MinLter for For- twenty priests had gone forth to the eign Affairs in kyo, to convey to ington Herald prints a story to the ef- fect that the American Federation of . . . . r Labor, m ts forthconung conventmn foreign missions in Asia. He was at Portland, Ore., will adopt a resolu ] procurator o the Paris Fqreign Mis- tion tluneing the Ku Klux Klan. I sion Society when the Boxer Insur- The Herald's story reads: rection broke out and he was onse- "Organized labor is about to take a I stand against the Ku Klux Klan and} all it represents. I "This information was given to the Herald yesterday by an official of the I American Federation of Labor. He said it is a practical certainty that "he Federation, at its annual conven- tion in Portland, Ore., two weeks hence, will adopt a resolution de- nouncing the 'Invisible Empire.' "Such action undobtedly would prove a vere blow to the Klan. A large number of" organizations al- you the following eabled message: "'The Japanese Government has deepest appreciation of relief meas- ures taken by your organization.' "Sincerely yours,, ".T. Aneha, nAeting Consul General, "Japanese Consulate." INNSBRUCK HARBORS AMERICAN STUDENTS (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Cleveland, Sept. 24.--Conditions for tle return of American students for the priesthood to the famous Austri- an Seminary at Innsbruck are very favorable again, according to the Right Rev. Joseph Srembs, Bishop of Cleveland. There are now stud- l ents from six American dioceses at Innssbruck, the diocese of Brooklyn alone having twelve young men there. Bishop Schrembs spent several days at the Seminary ,. crated ishop in Pekin in 1901, after the cruel massacre of Rt. Rev. Msgr. Guillon and other Christians. His task of repairing the ravages of the Boxer uprising and rekindling h " " t e froth '-n a country where the tem- perature ranges from forty degrees below to forty degrees above zero, 'and t where the decisive battles of the Rug- so-Japanese War were fought, was a difficult one, but the zeal and piety of this aged apostle reaped an abund- ready are arrayed against tt, but no ant one of them is as powerful from the! harvest in spite ofall obstacles, standpoint of memberslp and influ- and his declining years were an in- ence as the American Federation of ispiration to his associates and ls [ Iabor." people. an essay of not more than ten thou- sand words, was decided upon at the recent biennial Chapter of the Do- minican Priors of St. Joseph's Prov- ince, held in this city. A second prize of one hundred dollars will be given for the best essay, not exceeding five thousand words, written by a pupil of the grammar grades of parochial schools. The awards are to be made in com- menmration of the fourth centenary of the death of Deza, which occurs this year and which will be celebrated in all Dominican churches between now anti nex June. The essay contests will close in June, 1924, and manuscripts must be submitted to. the Rev. Thomas M. Schwertner, O. P., Editor of the "Ros- ary Magazine," 839 Lexington Ave- nue, New York City. The first prize is open to Catholics and non-Catho- lics. The work mu.;t be scientifically done, based on careful, and, if possi- ble. original research, with references to all authority cited. PAGE THREE K. OI ACIlViII[S LITTLE ROCK COUNCIL NO. 812 OFFICIAL NOTES Regular Meeting This Council will hold its next reg- ular meeting Tuesday evening, Octo- ber 2, at 8 o'clock in the club rooms, 609 Scott St. At this meeting the in- stallation of officers for the coming year will take place. All members are urged (and requested to be pres- ent. Communion Sunday The members of this Council at- tended Itoly Communion in a body at St. Andrew's ' Cathedral Sunday last, September 23, a t the seven o'clock Mass. It was noted that the atted- ance at this regular Communion Sun- day was ntas large as usual, and it is hoped that the members will turn out in large numbers at the next one. Death of Brother Evans ]rother James Evans, who just re- cently moved to North Little Rock, (tied very suddenly Sunday afternoon. About twenty of the members, includ- ing the Reverend Fathers Wernke, Morau and Flaherty, went to the un- dertaking establishment and said the Rosary Tuesday night. Brother Ev- ans was buried from St. Andrew's Ca- thedral Wednesda morning at ten o'clock, with a Requiem High Mass. The Revered Fat mr Moran officiat- ed at the funeral. The following t)rothei's of this Council acted as pall- bearers: Brothers Florence Donahue, Leo D. Fucbs, Frank Waskiski, Frank Kordsmeier. HOT SPRINGS COUNCIL District Deputy Gee. W. Gilmore, State Secretary J. C. Carroll, Jr., and Gran(l Knight John A. Vick of Little Rock Council, were the guests of Hot Springs Council Sunday afternoon last. This was a special meeting anal the call was issued by Grand Knight Schrader and Financial Secretary Longinotti, and the response on the part of the members was very grati- fying. The newly elected Grand KnighL Bro. Ledwidge, presided and short ad- (tre'ses were delivered by the visiting Knights as well as by Reverend Fa- ther Carroll, the Council Treasurer and Brothers Callahan, Sweeney, Wil- liams, Dr. Laws and others. The Club rooms of this Council'are very centrally located, being opposite the old Arlington Hotel site, on Cen- tral avenue. A determined effort will be made by the officers and members to increase ttieir membership by the aldition of new members as well as the reins'Stement of former mem- bers. Financial Secretary Longinotti is ready at all times to furnish any in- formation desired by visiting Knights. I{1ERARCHY MEETING IN ANNUAL ESSION AT C. U. THIS WEEK .. PRESIDENT OF PERU IS MADE KNIGItT OF S2kCRED HEART (By N. G. W. C. News Service) Limt, Peru, Sept. 10.The Presi- dent of the Republic, Senor Don Au- gusto Leguia, has become a member of the Sacred Heart of Jesus." This society has its headquarters in the Pari$ff of St. Lazarus of Lima, and it was there that the ceremony was celebrated in ho]or of the President. The Nuncio, Dr. Don Joffe Petrelli, the lVl.inisters of State and many other high officiMs were present. The insignia of the order was pre- (By N. C. W. C. News Serivce) Vashington, B. C,, Sept. 24.-:l'he ann,'al meeting of the Catholic kicr- archy of the United States will be held this Wednesday and Thursday at the Catholic University. The meeting of ta admmst'atve .committee of the National Catholic : Welfare Council is scheduled to be held today and the Board of Trustees 'of the Catholic University is to ineet tomorrow. FATHER I)ONLON S. J. ONCE GEORGETOWN PRESIDENT, DIES AT MARYMOUNT, N. Y. sentet to the new member by the town. Following the completion of Metropolitan of Lima, Dr. Don Emilio his term as president there he was Lisson. The President received thenassigne d to Brooklyn College and lat- kneeling. Following the presentation I er to St. Francis Xavier College. of 'the insignia the Archbishop cele- Shortly before his death he was ap- brated Mass, after which all with- pointed professor of philosophy at drew to the Assembly Hall where the Fordham University. Constitution of the Order was read and the President took the oath of loyalty as a Knight of the Order of the Sacred Heart. The love of Christ is a deeper thing than the mere presents He makes to His new friends:The Friendship of Christ, The object o freligion is that the soul should serve od, not that GOd should serve the soul.The Friend- shlp of Christ. All things work together for good, ff one will but trust God.An Ave- age Man. (By N. C. W. News Service) New York, Sept. 15.,--The Rev. AI- phonsus J. Donlon, S. J:, for six years, president of Georgetown Uni- versity, died suddenly at Marymount, New York. Father Donlon was born in Albany in 1967 and entered the preparatory school at Georgetown in 189x3. He graduated in 1888 and lat- er became a member of the Jesuit Order, being assigned to the faeuIty of Georgetown. He as elected presi- dent in 1912 and served until 1918. It was during his administration that the School of Foreign Service, the first of its kind in the United States was inaugurated and the preparatory school was removed to Garret( Park, Maryland. He was for many years faculty director of athletics at George-