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PAGE TWO Silver Jubilee Celebration Observed at St. Anne&apos;s Alumnae of St. Anne's Joins With Sister Mary Helen of Mercy Convent In Celebrating Their Silver Jubilees Fort Smith.--A three day cele- bration marked the combined Sil- ver Jubilee anniversaries of Sister Mary Helen's entrance into St. Anne's Convent of Mercy, Fort Smith, and the organization of St. Anne's Alumnae group, which events took place on Mercy Day, 25 years ago. Beginning with attendance at Mass and Holy Communion, Fri- day morning, September 23, the student body of St. Anne's Acad- emy started the celebration At 1 o'clock the student body enter- tained the jubllarian in the Im- maculate Conception school audi- torium. Lillian Schenk opened the program with the reading of the Jubilee address. This was fol- lowed by "Come to the Fair," sung by the Boys' Glee Club; "Little Gypsy," Girls' Trio, Patricia Farn- and, Frances Peluso, and Kath- leen White; "The Blue Danube," the girls' glee club; "Auf Wieder- sehen," the mixed chorus. Individ- ual numbers consisted of readings by Mary Nell Kelly, and Alice Catherine Hough, and a vocal solo by J. L. Moody. A humorous Skit, Not So Welcome, was acted by = Subiaco Deanery Held Regular Quarterly Meeting Scranton -- The Rev. Richard Eveld, O. S. B., was host at the quarterly meeting of the Subiaco Deanery held at St. Ignatius rec- tory, Scranton, Thursday, Sep- tember 22. All the Reverend Pas- tors of the Deanery were present. The Rev. Peter Post, O. S. B., and Rev. Ambrose Branz, O. S. B. were guests. The following members of the lergy comprise the Deanery: Rt. Rev. Abbot Burgert, O. S. B., Ph. D., Dean; Very Rev Basil Egloff, 0. S. B., Rev. Athanasius Zehnder, O. S. B., Rev. Stephen Hienkle, O.  B., Ray. Alphonse Mueller, O. B., Rev. Thomas Buergler, O. S. B., Rev. Augustine Linbeck, O. S. B., Rev. Edward Crisman, O. S. B., Rev. Richard Eveld, O. S. B. New Catholic Women's College In Illinois ; Belleville, Ill. 00--An Archbish- op, three Bishops, Governor Henry Homer, of Illinois, and Mayor George Remnsnider, of Belleville, attended the solemn dedication of the new addition to Notre Dame Academy, here, and' took part in the inauguration of Le Clerc Col- lege, first Catholic College for ,Women in Southern Illinois < Governor Homer, in an address, praised the work of Bishop A1- thoff, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. John J. Fallen, Diocesan Superintendent of .... Schools, and the Sisters of Notre .Dme; saying "there ' 'must be . something more than science: and .: ,material research taught in our" schools and colleges, and these  Sisters. :are doing that; they are , ,.,:. teaching character." .... :'.ArChbishop Glennon cited the ': .... sacrifices that must be made so .; ":'.that Catholic schools might pros- ' per.. "Modern requirements for " , :Catholic higher schools are many," -:: h.e said. "The schools must have ( proper :aCcrediting, the teachers +' must have'the necessary degrees and'years of training in order to "'" become faculty members, period'i- "eal reports on the conducting of ,the school must be made to the i . :' proper authorities. Besides these l many routine obligations, the fi- : nancial upkeep of Catholic in- Ed Grave, Mike Cullen and Pa- tricia Farnand. The final num- ber, "The Flag of Newfoundland," sung by the boys' chorus, was dedicated by them to Sister Mary Helen. At the conclusion of the program, the jubilarian was pre- sented with a spiritual bouquet, by Sam Gearhart, sophomore, a basket of flowers, by Rose Mary Word, freshman, and the pupils' gift of a silver offering by Jack Hough, junior. Besides Sister Mary Helen, other guests of honor were Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Walsh of St. John's, New- foundland, and Miss Rose Walsh of New York City, brother and sister of the jubilarian, who ar- rived in Fort Smith earlier in the week to be present at the jubilee I celebration. On Saturday morning, Septem- ber 24, High Mass was sung in the Convent Chapbl by Rev. Paul Desmond, pastor of the Immacu- late Conception church. Immedi- ately before Holy Communion Sis- ter Mary Helen made her renewal of vows. With Sister Margaret Mary as organist and director, the Sisters' choir sang the Mass in honor of the Sacred Heart by Tur- ton. Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament immediately followed the Mass. At noon Saturday a banquet was served in the new spacious dining room of the convent to the members of the Forst Smith clergy and the relatives of Sister Mary Helen. Those present were Roy. M. J. Norton, Rev. P. F. Desmond, Rev. J. G. Laughlin, Rev. Peter Post, Rev. William Murray, Rev E. J. McCormick, Rev. Stephen Jacklin, Rev. Ambrose Branz, and Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Walsh, and Miss Rose Walsh. Sunday evening was devoted to the silver jubilee celebration of St. Anne's Alumnae. At 7:30 o'clock the convent chapel doors were thrown open to members and friends of St. Anne's Alumnae who filled every available space in order to assist at solemn Benedic- tion of the Blessed Sacrament at which Rev.+ M. J. Norton was celebrant, assisted by Rev. Paul Desmond, Rev. Stephen Jacklin and Rev. E. J. McCormick. A short program was given of the history of the Alumnae for the past 25 years, read by Mrs Will Madden. Young girls, gowned in the dresses worn by graduating classes of the last 25 years, walk- ed down the stairs to the main hail, when the owner's year of graduation and name was an- nounced. During the graduation procession of years Maurice Der- deyn's string ensemble played "Auld Lang Syne." During the evening an ice course was served in the dining room by the members of the 1938 gradu- ating class. Holy Name Men Pilgrims To New Orleans Los Angeles. ().--With the ap- probation of the Most Rev. John J. Cantwell, Archbishop of Los An- geles, members of the Los An- geles Holy Name will conduct a pilgrimage to the Eighth Eucha- ristic Congress in New Orleans, the first Organized tour they have .wer conducted. The pilgrims will leave Los An- eles October 10 and visit notable Catholic shrines and cathedrals en route. The itinerary calls for vis- its to Tucson, E1 Paso, Fort Stock- ton, San Antonio and Lake Charles before arriving in New Orleans on Sunday, October 16, the day previous to the opening of the Congress. Many of those included in the pilgrimage will attend the annual .....  stitutions is a constant worry and jconvention of the National Coun- '. :requires :untold sacrifices from the] cil of Catholic Women in Biloxi ,'' :Sisters in charge, from the Bish- Miss., following the Congress. 'cOs and pries{s and from the] faithful laity. The Catholic schools l Bisho p Hobart Sings generally are not as fortunate as!Requiem for Brother Tnany of Our: larger secular in- stitutions which have immense endowment funds at their dis- posal." Card. Mundelen Notes 29th Year as a Bishop Chicago. ).--From all parts of the world this week caress mes- sages of congratulations to His Eminence George Cardinal Mun- delein, Archbishop of Chicago, on the twenty-ninth anniversary of his episcopal consecration. The day was marked when Car- dinal Mundelein celebrated Pon- iflcal Mass in the Cathedral of the Holy Name. He was assisted by a group of young priests who were members of the first class ordained at the Seminary of St. Mary's of the Lake at Mundelein, Chicago. ().--The Most Rev. .Edward . F. Hoban, Bishop of Rockford, was celebrant of the Solemn Requiem Mass for his brother, William J. Hoban, in St. Thomas Aquinas church here. Bishop Hoban was assisted by two nephews, the Rev. Howard J. Doherty and the Rev. Edward V. Dailey, the latter editorial writer of The New World. Ill., which Cardinal Mundeletn founded. Cardinal Mundelein was con-i secrated Titular Bishop of Loryma and Auxiliary Bishop of Brooklyn September 21, 1909. On Decem- ber 9, 1915 he was named Arch- bishop of Chicago and on March 24, 1924, he was created a Cardi- nal Priest. BASILICA NEARS COMPLETION THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 30, 1938 Card. Pacelli Youth Form Hurt Slightly Study Club In Accident At Paris Priest, Once PhyskJ In Canada, Dies in U. $ Westport, Ont. Declan Edward Foley, suddenly at Los Angele former physician here. This picture shows the magnificent proportions of the Basilica of St. Therese which is rapidly nearing completion a'c Lisieux. Occu- pying a commanding position, this great edifice dedicated to The Little Flower is visible over a wide area of the countryside in Nor- mandy, France. (Wide World photo.) Sees Church As Target of The Atheist Congress London. 00.--Russian delegates to the Freethinkers' Congress here failed to get into the country, but they sent a message in which they disclosed the line of their attack Ion the Church. The message urged that free- thinkers must cooperate with the i working class and with the "in- tellectual" Christians. This means that Christians of all other sorts are to be brought into line against the Catholic Church, if the Rus- sian freethinkers' plan succeeds. Proceedings at the Congress were private, except for a general meeting held in the Scala Theater. Most of the seats at this meeting, however, occupied by ticket-hold- ers. Nothing of much consequence was said at the open meeting. Efforts were made here before the Congress to stress the fact that the Congress was not to be of an anti-God nature. But the President made the following sig- nificant remark: "If you remove ,,the obsession of God' from the minds of men you have opened Congratulations From Pope To Holland's Queen The Hague. (.--An impres- sive message of felicitation from His Highness Pope Flus XI was a highlight of the nation-wide ob- servance of Queen Wilhelmina's jubilee, in which Catholics of Hol- land joined with marked enthusi- asm. The Holy Father's message to Queen Wilhelmina is as follows: "On this happy day on which Your Majesty celebrates the pro- vidential fact of a 40 years' reign lived in full devotion to the pros- perity and welfare of the people of Holland, it is Our consoling task to forward to Your Majesty Our heartfelt congratulations and to express to God Our best prayers for Your Majesty's personal feli- city and for the happiness of the noble Holland nation?" The Jesuit monthly, Studien, has made its current issue a Jubi- lee Number in which the good works of the House of Orange are emphasized. ' sslMa On the Day of + Thanksgiving, a of Thanksgiving followed by a Te Deum wascelebrated in all Vatican City. (K}.--His Eminence Eugenic Cardinal Paeelli, Papal Secretary of State, was injured slightly today when his automobile was driven off the road to avoid running over a boy. Cardinal Pacelli was returning from a Papal audience at Castel- gandolfo when a boy loomed in the way of his car. The machine was quickly swerved and headed into a bank by the side of the road. The Cardinal Secretary of State :received bruises on the forehead and right cheek. He was taken to the Vatican, where Dr. Aminta Milani verified the slight nature of the injuries. Informed of the occurrence, His Holiness Pope Plus XI at once dispatched to Cardinal Pacelli his congratulations on his escape. Notwithstanding his own hurts, Cardinal Pacelli interested him- self in the welfare of the boy. He sent the youth to a hospital for the treatment of cuts inflicted by the mudguard of the car. Bi-Annual Study Club Assembly At Prairie View Prairie View.--The second bi- annual assembly of the Study Clubs of the Subiaco Deanery will be held on October 9 at St. Mein- rad's church, Prairie View, Ark. The first was held last June at Subiaco. Every parish of the Deanery has been invited to take part in this assembly. Several prominent speakers have consented to ap- pear on the program. Members ]of the Reverend Clergy are invit- ed to address the group. An interesting program has been planned. 12:00 Basket dinner in the open. 2:00 Rosary, Procession and Benediction. 2:30 Speakers and discussions. 3:30 Musical Recreation. 4:00 Election of Officers. 4:30 Adjournment. donated by the Dictograph Pro- ducts Company of New York. The gift was presented by Har- ry H. O'Connor, Supervisor of th local Dietagraph Company. In the course of his remarks Mr. O'Connor pointed out the there are more than 15,000,000 Paris.--The pupils of the first and second year high met at the parish hall last Wednesday, Sep- tember 21 and organized the "Joan of Arc" Study Club, with Rev. Thomas Buergler presiding. The following officers were Father Foley was 75 age. Ordained in 1912 of 49, he previously medicine here for 25 was a graduate of lish and' German elected: President, Miss Leona El- He had a brother a sken; vice president, Miss Dorothy late Canon Foley of Ann Bauer; secretary, Harold El- died 34 years ago, eight sken; treasurer, Harry John Fox; fore Father Foley historian, Robert Watkins; li- brarian, Willie Kleck; parliament- will be assisted by arian, Lawrence bers of the club and chairman of committee on of the pa'ish will be ing, Josephine Fischer. charge for the month. The club will meet Wednesday Sunday, October 2, the night, September 28 to begin its Mother's Society work. The study club of the third munion in a body at the and fourth year high school pupils Mass. will meet on Tuesday night of next week for their organization and selection of name for the club. Circle No. 8 will entertain with a tango and card party Friday night, at which time the prizes for the month will be given. Circle No. 9 for the month of October will go into action on Saturday, October 1 with Mrs. John Vorster as chairman, Mrs. Win. Hockman, vice chairman and Mrs. Henry Elsken assistant. They "Buy Arkansas" Wortz Biscuit Co. Manufacturers of the "BISCUITS THAT BUILD" MADE IN FORT SMITH Distributed All Over Arkansas "ASK YOUR GROCER" CON. < Fort Smith Delicious BEST BEER IN Real Italian Spaghetti And M esr "More than an BAKERI' 1Oth & Garrison Fort Smith, l'b. Dawson & Wlholesale STAG Extra Dry. Fcwt Smith FORT SMITH Vehicle Machinery Co. Hardware . Seeds Spotting Goods South 9th and Eolers Phome 7564 Fort 8mlt Ark. 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The telegram of protest follows: "Motion picture film 'Blockade' is propaganda picture, historically false and intellectually dishonest. President Hays, Association of Mo- tion Pictures Producers and Dis- tributers of America, has acknowl-,: edged Knights of Columbus pro= test, and' gives assurance that it would be the purpose of the Mo- tion Picture Industry to present only such pictures as will be en- titled to receive support and ap- proval of the whole public." I GO TO Kohne's Grocery FOR Sprague-Warner & Co. QUALITY FOODS 1122 N. I1 St. Ph. 3138 let, Smith, Ark. ] I the Catholic churches of the adults and three million children --At-- classified as among the hard of C L i N I 0 N realm, Dutch Catholics dwelling -e " " narmg wno are able to enjoy in Belgium had Masses celebrated , , . ........... normal conversation through me- in russels ana xwug ..... __ cnamcal alas. Leftist Spain, FURNITURE CO. Not France IH M{ 11"1 I b II Mode=, Stylish Furniture . r s r_ +'2_. 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