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THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 30, 1938 PAGE THREE. / cI,' r A r I ALL SOCIAL aa .J,J//ITE1VIS MUST BE IN THE, € OFFICE BY, Send Social Items to The Guard-TNOO N or TUES- ! 3091 W. Second St. Phone 5486.|DAY. Agnes and Mary of Mr. and Mrs. 915 West Fourth St., to Washington, D. a visit with their parents. others Club of St. Ed- will sponsor a card *be held on Friday after- 7, in the parish hall. be a prize at each table door prizes. Refresh- be served and admis- leCents. The following committee in charge: Mrs. Josephine Katie Hoppe, Mrs. Mrs. Henry Vogler, Krebs, Mrs. D. O. Joe Kordsmeier, Mrs. Mrs. Adeline Long and Clara Jansen and Mar- Thos. J. Prendergast, Manager of The Guard- changed his ad- now resides at the rectory, 1615 Mary- where the Rt. Rev. H. Wernke is pas- the past three months has been liv- John's Seminary. Fifteen volume used Catholic Encyclopedia• Home Furniture Co., Phone 4-4422. Ielen Yocum and Miss Melkovitz of 1216 West Rreet returned last week trip in the West. in Colorado Springs, Falls and Mani- Murray has return- Little Rock where she make her home after four months in Chicago and of the St. Patrick's North Little Rock will the annual all-women's at the church recreation and Maple streets, and Tuesday nights, 11. It will be given sponsorship of the Altar will be under the di- Mrs. John Pruniski. has been made of Miss Lillian of Mrs. Naomi of Little Rock, and Mr. son of Mr. E. J. Hite, Rock, which took Nuptial Mass at Our Counsel church on September 20, Rev. Msgr. H. H. Wer- ', performing the cere- Vera Hite, sister of was the bride's only and Louis Mueller groom as best man. Dains, mortifieatrons and Should offer to the Sac- of Jesus in the spirit of , that we may spend this Him alone. Cathedral Notes Sunday Masses Sunday: Low Masses at 6, 7, 9 and 11 a. m. Miraculous Medal Novena Perpetual novena in honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal will be conducted every Sunday evening at 7:45 o'clock with special prayers, congregational singing, a sermon by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Jas. P. Moran, rector of the Cathedral, Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. and investiture in the Miraculous Medal. Weekday Masses Masses dally at 7:00 and 8:00 o'clock. Inquiry Class The inquiry class in which are explained the teachings of the Catholic Church is held every Tuesday evening at the Cathedral rectory, 802 Center street, at 7:45 o'clock. Special Devotions The perpetual novena in honor of St. Therese, the Little Flower of Jesus, with special prayers and veneration of the relic of the Saint will be held following the 7 and 8 o'clock Masses Wednesday mor- ning. Confessions Confessions are heard every Saturday from 4 to 6 and from 7:30 to 8:30 p. m., and on the Thursday before the First Friday and on the eve of Holydays Ot the same hours. To accommodate those who cannot conveniently come:during these hours, Confes- sions are also heard before the 7 and 9 o'clock Masses Sunday morning and every morning be- fore the daily Masses. Holy Souls Chapel North Tyler & "r' Streets (Attended from the Cathedral) : Mass on Sunday at 8 a. m. Mass on Holydays and on the First Fri- day of the month at 7:30 a. m. Confessions are heard on the eve of Holydays and the Thursday be- fore the First Friday at 2 p. m. Confessions are also heard in the Chapel half an hour before the Mass on Sunday morning. ST. EDWARD'S 9th and Sherman OCTOBER 2, 1938 17th Sunday After Pentecost Services on Sunday: Extra early Low Mass at 5:30 a. m. Other Low Masses are at 7 and at 8:30. St. Edward's school children will receive Holy Communion in the 8:30 Mass. High Mass at 10:30. The sermon in each Mass will be on the subject: "Our Responsi- bility of Spreading the Kingdom of Christ," and the coming Mis- sion as a means towards this end. Gospel text: "On these two com- mandments dependeth the whole ! ALENDAR HIGH FATHER'S CLUB.Meets second Thursday of each month in the school gymnasium at 8 o'clock. KNIGHTS OF AMERICA, NORTH LITTLE ROCK. every first Sunday at 2:00 p. m. 1'. MARY'S P.-T. A.Meets second Thursday of each month. Luncheon at 1:00 p. m. AID SOCIETY--Meets every first Monday of the month in the Cathedral School parlors, 503 E. 6th St., 2:00. P.-T. A.Meets the third Thursday of every month in School Parlors, 503 E. 0th St., at 2:30 p. m. P.-T. A.--Meets every third Wednesday of the month at 2 p. m. HIGH SCHOOL P.-T. A.Meets the second Monday c4 each month at 2 p. m. MEN'S CLUB.Meets the second Monday of each month in the Cathedral school hall, 505 E. 6th St., at 8 p. m. of the CATHEDRAL BOY SCOUTS.Meets in the Cathe- ¢L"al school hall, 505 E. 6th St., every Friday evening at 7:30. OSEL P.- T. A.Meets the second Friday of the month in the school halt at 2:15 in the aftegnoon. VIRGIN'S SODALITY of St. Andrew's CathedralMeets first and third Thursday at 7:30 p. m. in the Cathe- Vestry. YOUNG PEOPLES' SOCIETY--Meets every sec- Ond Thursday of the month in Good Counsel hall. OF COLUMBUS, 4th Degree---Meeting second Thursday of the month. MEN'S SOCIETYMeets second Monday € each onth in Good Counsel Hall at $ p. m. OF COLUMBUS--Meeting first and third Tuesday of each month at Knights of Columbus Hall, 609 Scott St. tiJH'S SOCIETY.Meets on the Thursday preceeding the Fourth Sunday of each month at $:00 p. m. in St. Ed- Ward's hall. Monthly Holy Communion on the Fourth SUnday at 7:00 o'clock Mass. CMC CLUB--Meeting Is held on third Thursday of month. DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA, Our Lady of Perpetual I'Ielp Court No. 1223, meets every second Thursday in the Cathedral School Parlors, 503 East 6th Street. KNIGHTS OF AMERICAMeet,0 every 2nd Wednesday 'f the month, at 8 n. m., at St. Edward's Church. BUSINESS WOMEN'S CLUB OF LITTLE ROCK.--Meets eond Monday n¢ pcb month. Dinner meeting at Peacock ea Rom at 6:15 p.m. I'] law and the prophets," (Matt. 22, [ ,-| (j| if # , , '#O 40)unday evening services will belI4"Oq so,00emmar0_murses held at 7:30 p. m. Services will l k_ consist of the Monthly Novena in I SECUR_ING FOR HOME MISSIONS THE EDUCATION AND TRAIN- "nnnr nf (31 r]v nf Pornohmil I1NG OF WORTHY ECCLESIASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST JOHN'S • • [ HOME MISSION SEMINARY Help, followed by Bcnedmtmn of A 1 B ny fu 1 urse or Share m an Incomplete Burse may be donated. Dona- the Blessed Sacrament. tions, large or small, will be gratefully received and recorded. Circle No. 11 will meet for the first time tonight after services. All social activities at St. Ed- ward's during the month of Oc- tober will be in charge of Circle No. 10. This circle consists of the following leaders and their re- spective households: Mrs. George Porbeck, chairman and Mrs. Ben Weavers, vice chair- man; Emil Benetz, Paul Birnback Miss Ruth Carson, Mrs. Roy Craw- 'ford, Herman Durst, Mrs. Max Duttlinger, George Dural, Jr. Wm. Finley Edward Frederick Henry Frederick, Frank Gerard George Guanella, Thomas Hayes, Fred Hohenschutz, Mrs. Kollrus Herman Kresse, Edwin March Ralph Nord, Vernon Oberle, Adolph Rinke, William Roll, Jas. Serrey, Emil Sponer, F. P. Strobel, St., Mrs. C. Urbani, Mrs. L. M. Weems and Norman Young• Weekday services: During the month of October St. Edward's church will have special services every weekday evening at 7:30, known as "October Devotions•" The devotions will consist of the Rosary and Litany of the Blessed Virgin and special prayers and Benediction of the Blesesd Sacra- ment. Tuesday night, however, serv- ices will be special, featuring the novena of Our Lady of Perpetual Help. After this service the con- gregation will be entertained by Circle No. 10. Masses will be celebrated daily at 6:30 and 8 a. m. Friday will be the "First Fri- day" of October, there will be a High Mass in honor of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, in which the Feast of the Holy Rosary will be com- memorated. The Mass will be sung by the children's choir at 8 a. m. GOOD COUNSEL The Good Counsel Altar So- ciety will receive Holy Commun- ion Sunday, October 2, at the 7 o'clock Mass. The monthly meet- ing will be held Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. R. E. Mc- Farland, 1616 West Thirteenth street. First Friday Friday, October 7, the children will receive Holy Communion at the 8 o'clock Mass. Confessions will be heard Thursday from 4 to 6 and 7 to 8:30. Month of Holy Rosary Beginning Saturday, October 1, Rosary devotion will be held every day. Novena Novena to St. Anthony every Tuesday morning after the 6:30 and 8 o'clock Masses. Blessing with the relic is given after the devotion. Eucharistic novena every Friday night at 7:30, with special prayers in honor of the Little Flower, St. Theresa. Annual Bazaar The Good Counsel Annual Ba- zaar will be held Wednesday, Oc- tober 5. Supper will be served from 5 to 8 o'clock in the hall and various attractive booths will display articles on the midway. ACTIVITIES IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS HELENA The Helena Council, No. 1770, entertained the Catholic men of the parish with a barbecue in hon- or of Special Agent, Brother O'Leary. About 50 men were pre- A Burse is a sum of money invested and drawing enough interest to provide board, lodging and training for one seminarian. Requests lot further information and the benefits shared by contri- butors, and likewise all donations, should be sent to the Rector, Rt. Rev. Msgr. James P. Gaffney, Ph. D., St. John's Seminary, Little Rock. Arkansas. St. John's Seminary Burses Complete St. Mary's Burse, Hot Springs; Msgr. Tobin Burse, Little Rock; Alumni Burse, in honor of St. John the Baptist; Bishop Byrne Burse; Rev. Joachim F. Galloni Burse; Bishop Morris Burse. Bishop Fitzgerald Burse Incomplete This Burse is a memorial to the Most Reverend Edward Fitzgerald, second Bishop of Little Rock. From a benefactor .......... $ 50.00 Pupils St. Anne's academy 25.00 Anonymous, Hot Springs._ 50.00 Anonyanous, N. L. R .... 100.00 Msgr. Gallagher, Mena._ 100.00 Anonymous additional sums received .............. 251.25 Anonymous additional sums received ............. 430.00 For favors received .... 2.00 Anonymous, Hot Spring& 25.00 Anonymous ...................... 430.00 Anonymous, addn. sums__ 99.40 Mrs. J. J. Keller 5.00 Thanksgiving 1.00 Anonymous ................ 68 Victor Koers, L. R ....... 100.00 Mrs. Ernest Botto, Ft. Smith 100.00 Total ........................ ._-J$1-769.33 Alunmi Burse  In Honor of The Blessed Trinity This Burse is the second foun- dation made by the priests who were ordained from St. Jolm's Seminary. It is open to the clergy and the people in general who have the work and interest of the Seminary at heart. Previously acknowledged... $101.00 Anonymous ................... 81.43 In memory of Hugh McDevitt .......................... 25.00 Raymond Maus, Atkins _ 25.00 Appreciation, Slovaktown.. 25•00 Alumnus, 1914 20.00 Alumnus, 1914.  20•00 Alumnus, 1916 __ 10.00 Alumnus, 1919 ....... 20•00 Alumnus, 1923 20.00 Alumnus, 1924 25•00 Alumnus, 1924 _ 20.00 Alumnus, 1925 25•00 Alumnus, 1926 20.00 Alumnus, 1926 10.00 Alumnus, 1927 10.00 Alumnus, 1934 1000 N. N., Paragould, Ark.,__ 10.00 Friends of Little Flower, Dixie, Arkansas 10.00 In memory of J'ohn M. Murray 10.00 Jubilee offering, Hot Springs I0.00 In memory of Mrs. H. McMahon I0.00 Memorial Crusade Unit  33.31 In memory of J. M. Schwartz 20.00 In memory of Mary F. Flaherty 100.00 M. P. Gengler 5.00 Monsignor Tynin _ 2.60 Father MeDaid, 1926. 25.06 In memory of Msgr..M-etz 5.00 Mrs. E. M.S. 5.00 Father Schaefer lO.OO Total $723.40 Arkansas Courts Catholic Daugh- ters of Americ State Courts ............... $241.00 Knights of Columbus This Burse is a foundation by the Arkansas State Council to as- sist St. John's Seminary in the training of candidates for the priesthood. Reported to Aug. 31, 1932_$3665.65 State Council, 1933 ..... 177.75 State Council, 1934 .... 164.40 State Council, 1935 .... 201.80 State Council, 1936 .... 178.00 State Council, 1937 ............ 194.80 Total ................................ $4,582.40 Sacred Heart Burse Balance, Feb. 1, 1930 .... $1041.05 Thanksgiving 132.00 George Reidmuller  5.00 L. P. Zureher 2.60 Mrs. Ed Ash 2.00 M. P. Gengler 25.00 Seminary Sunday Donations 45.21 Mr. and Mrs. M. Biltz __ 2.00 Victor Koers 5.00 Baresch Family 2.00 Mrs. A. Hart 5.00 Mrs. F. Margrave . 2.00 Relative of student __ 10.00 Msgr. Haeringer ..... 10.00 George Bergmon ........... 5.00 Memory of Msgr. Aretz_ 10.00 Holy Angels Academy, Jonesboro 28•00 "J." Morrilton 5.00 Memory of Beatrice Williams .... 10.00 Memory of Sarah Gallagher ...... 10.00 Memory  of John Gallagher ............. 10.00 Elizabeth B. Bailey 50.00 Schwarz .................. 300.00 Cassie N. Coleman ____ 25.00 Anonymous 184.06 Total ........................... $1925.94 Catholic Union of Arkansas Rt. Rev. Msgr. H. H. Wernks, Little Rock, Spiritual Director F. F. Stauder, Little Rock, President Leo J. Eyrne, Little.Rock, Ist V.-Prcs. Jo Eckert, Subiaco, 2nd V.-Pres. Jos. A. Schnitzer, Ft. Smith, Secy. Little Rock.--Tbe president of the Catholic Union of Arkansas, Mr. F. F. Stauder, makes known tlmt he wishes the various districts to be sure to notify their respective societies in sufficient time of the date and place of their meetings to permit them to have the op- portunity to broadcast the infor- mation in their parishes. Also he wishes that the same infor- mation be sent to The Guardian in sufficient time for publication. Items for publication must reach The Guardian at least by noon on Tuesday prior to the date of pub- lication• The Guardian which is also the official organ of the Cath- olic Union will be glad to give this publicity. It is the hope of Mr. Staud'er that the drive for new members will realize some success• He !St. Mary's Alumnae Offers Mass For Mrs. Wm. Feild Little Rock:--On Tuesday morning, October 4, the Rev. Thos. L. Keany, chaplain of Mt. St. Mary's, will celebrate Mass for the repose of the soul of Mrs. Christina Luc- chest Feild in the academy chapel at 6:30, according to the announcement of Miss Mary Raley, president of the St. Mary's Alumnae. Mrs. Feild was one of the oldest members of the Acad- emy Alumnae, and was known and loved for her active par- ticipation in all Alumnae ac- tivities. Members of the St. Mary's Alumnae will be present at the Mass. Studio Converted into Chapel London. ).The former studio of the famous portrait artist Philip de Lszlo, at Hampstead, here, has been converted into a chapel and it will be opened as a Mass cen- ter by His Eminence Arthur Car- dinal Hinsley, who will say the first Mass. The chapel will be the forerunner of a permanent church which is planned for the district. leaves it to the discretion of the ts pastors whether or not various organizations not members should join. Because of the definite pro- gram which the Catholic Union now has, and which was carried in last week's Guardian, it is especially wished that the district  officers, particularly the presi- sent and a good time was had by all. The Helena Council is making plans for one of the largest Co- lumbus Day banquets ever held. A prominent out-of-town man will be the speaker. There will be a $1.00 admission fee for this Turkey dinner with all the trimmings from cranberry sauce to ice cream and cake. Everybody is invited. We should pay adoration to the helplessness of Almighty GOd, which manifest itself not only in Crib, but also in the Blessed Sac- rament. Allsopp & Chapple Booksellers & StaUonere 307-309 Main Street Call DAN DEARA8AUGH For Office Supplies--Ph. 9515 dents, take an active part in mak- ing contacts. The dues are most reasonable at 10 cents a year for each member. Personal contact is the best method of promotion. Mr. Stauder will gladly assist in personally explaining the work of the Catholic Union to any pastor wishing further information. L. Be Dumboski Wrecking C9. "Parts for All Makes of Cars" Phone $-013 Levy, Ark. ST. ANTHONY'S HOSPITAL MORRILTON, ARKANSAS OLD SHOES MADE NEW; NEW SHOES MADE TOO METRAILER AND HART Custom Shoes Made to Order Over $7 Years In the Same Loeatton ghop No. I Shop No. 2 110 E. 4tb 8t. 12th & Maid Phone 4-0710 Phone 97$5 ATTENTION PASTORS A, TEACHERS SCHOOL CHILDREN'S PRAYERBOOK By Rev. Lawronce loyt ,O. S. B. A '"rENT BOOK" for the CAtholic S-Io,,Is of America, for training young folks to take a more active pert in the Mass with the priest At the altar. Ava/lable at B. Herder Book Co., Benzlger Brothers, E. M. Lohmaon Co., Frederick Pustet Co., or the au- thor. SlS Sherman St., Little Rock. SEMINARY NEWS00 On Saturday the seminary was represented at the celebration of the golden jubilee of St. Joseph's infirmary, Hot Springs National Park, by the Rt. Rev. Mongsignors Gaffney and Fletcher, the Very :Rev. Monsignors Gallagher and i Healy, and the Rev. Fathers Gar- rity, Scheper, Keany, Murray and Guy. The minor offices of the Pontifical Mass were filled by stu- dents from the seminary, Messrs. Francis McDevitt, Rudolph Maus, John Bann, Francis FitzGerald, Adam Mice.k, Harry Chinery, Law- rence DeFalco and Edwin John- son. On Tuesday morning a Solemn High Mass was celebrated by Monsignor Gaffney, assisted by Father Guy, deacon, and Father Galvin, subdeacon, for the repose of the soul of Father Sehumacher, who for many years was profes- sor of Sacred Scripture and Scriptural Languages in St. John's. A Solemn High Requiem Mass will be sung on Saturday, October 1, for Monsignor Aretz, first rector of the seminary. It is the ninth anniversary of his death. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. James P. Gaffney, rector, will be celebrant, assisted bY Rev. Francis S. Guy, deacon, and Rev. William Galvin, sub- deacon. Chinese Veteran Enrolls At Notre Dame Notre Dame. (E).  Jackson Chung of Shanghai, China, who served his country for over a year in the war in progress there and escaped death by the narrowest of margins several times has en- rolled in the engineering school at the University of Notre Dame. Mr. Chung is one of 70 Chinese men and women students who came to the United States this year to enter the engineering and so- cial science departments of col- leges throughout the country• Mr. Chung reported that the American newspaper accounts of' the war were much more vivid and detailed than in China where all news is strictly censored. China does not lack man power so much as skilled, technically trained men, the Chinese student continu- ed, and for that reason students there are not allowed by the Cen- tral government to join the army but are placed at work behind the lines. Mr. Chung's job was to col- lect and carry clothing supplies to the front in motor trucks a particularly dangerous job with bombs falling sometimes only 150 yards away. Priest-Poet To Write Life of Cardinal Hayes New York. (EL--The Rev. John Bernard Kelly, poet and spiritual director of the Catholic Writers' Guild, has begun work on a bio- graphy of Cardinal Hayes, Fairs Plan To Observe Pulaski Anniversary New York. 0C).On the anniver- sary of the death of Kazimir Pu- laski, great Polish Catholic patriot of the American Revolution, Oc- tober 11 of next year, celebrations will be held at the World's Fair in New York and at the Golden Gate Exposition in San Francisco. The committee in charge in New York plans to invite to the cere- mony the mayors of 11 towns in the United States named for General Pulaski. They are situated in Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia and Wisconsin. The committee in San Francisco is arranging for large participa- tion by Polish-Americans resident on the West Coast. Bishop Wm. F. Murphy Hurt in Auto Mishap Saginaw, Mich. 0C).The Most Rev. William F. Murphy, Bishop of Saginaw, was injured yester- day when the automobile in which he was riding was in collision with another machine. Bishop Murphy suffered' a frac- tured left knee, a possible frac- tured wrist and bruises. Two priests riding with the Bishop also were injured. Announcing Opening Of "k Mary's What.N0t Shop MONDAY, OCTOBER 3 Specializing in Novelties and Greeting Cards No. 5 Arcade Bldg. Little Reek Good Counsel Bazaar Benefit New Church Building Fund WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5 ALTAR SOCIETY SPONSORS A HOME COOKED SUPPER 5 to 8 p m. Parish Societies and School Children Sponsor Booths & Attractions on Parish Grounds Ninth and Marshall Streets Little Rock BERNARD T. 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