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!ii!: 00ERSONAL and 30CIALIAL00000000Ms I Fund Building u, JIIeff mJssmon tuna I ofam 00ver 4,1,300 00a .esaVy " i SlGNEO i 003UUU kUUllSl$1 OdZdd[ : St. Anne&apos;s building fund gauge TO Aid Fire-Gutted Church r IIMERMAN-BKIGGLER t:: Lucille Briggler, youngest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward of St. Vincent, became the Victor Zimmerman, son 'and Mrs. Searove Zimmer- St. Vincent, Tuesday September 15th, at 9:00 St. Mary's Church at St. Very Rev. Msgr. Otto Loeb, astor, celebrated the Nuptial II.. M the ass and performed I ring ceremony, before an Iibeautifully decorated with roses. " the I bride who entered with I:was lovely in her wedding 0f white crepe back satin, mlled with sweetheart neck- d long fitted sleeves which Iiln calla lily points over her I. He long veil of English ira- filmy silk illusion with a I0f ehantily lace fell from Itlful coronet halo of open Idesign beading. Her only t was a heart shaped lock- of the groom. She car- : white prayer book and IHer arm bouquet was of 'nations and ferns tied 'r with white satin ribbon. Miss Frances Burgener, niece of the bride, served as bride'Jmaid, She wore a floor length frock of pink taffeta with a corsage of pink carnations Clemens Bilgischer served as best man. The Nuptial music wa in charge of Miss Jeannette Sponer, cousin of the bride Following the ceremony a re- ception was held at the home of the bride's parents and a dance in the evening Both the bride and bridegroom was reared in the St. Vincent Community and have many friends there. WANTED---5 or 6 room furnish- ed house. Rent must be reasonable. Phone 3-4826. Contractor and Carpenter. Re- pairs of all kinds. Cabinet work a speciality. Free estimates. Call Mr. Murray, Phone 3-4826. Experienced man wants position as bookkeeper, office or clerical work. Can furnish bond and re- ferences. Write The Guardian. Box K. +Ii r Greate Little Rock Activities ew's ,Cathedral will be held this Sunday afternoon each Sunday at 6:00, 7:00, 0 and High Mass at 11:00. at Holy Souls Chapel at 11 8:3o. lous Medal Novena ue- jare held each Sunday even- Im:45.  ,ela each ction class i ....  at 7:45 in the Seventh St. l.0f the Cathedral. Novena t of St. Theresa is held af- 2j00 and 8:00 o clock Masses L[aeeday. at five o'clock This new hour will continue for the duration of the war. Since we are anticipating $1, a gasoline rationing and tire shortage, we have set this hour which we hope will be convenient to all. $1, Novena in honor of St. Anthony will be held every Tuesday morn- ing after mass. Novena in honor of the Little $1, Flower and The Blessed Sacra- ment is held every Friday evening has been advanced to $1,600.00 to show the remarkable total that almost doubles the previous an- nouncement made August 28, which was only $803.85. $69900 has been received since the publication of this scale in August. Following the announcement of this campaign to raise a building fund to replace the little church of St. Anne at Gillett, which was destroyed by fire last July, the fund grew rapidly in weekly in- stallments from 289.85 to 53385 and then to $57555 and $803.85. The Guardian will be glad to extend this guage to 20 inches if donations make it necessary. $1,600.00 ! 1,550.00__ ,rd's will be celebrated Sun- t 5:30 7"00, 830 and 11:00 i',.hort' ins{rueti'on in all Mas-  be on the "Respect Due to s". St. Edward's school  Will receive Holy Com- in the Soldier's Mass at ::thly Novena of Our Mother lttual Help at 7:30 P. M.  Masses at 6:30 and 8:30 A. i: ,etober devotions daily at Little Rock.  A $500.00 and a $100.00 gift to St. Anne's Mission at Gillett raised the total funds given towards rebuilding St. Anne's to $1,502.85. The little mission church at Gil- lett was destroyed by fire last July, and friends and patrons of St. Anne have come to the assistance of the good people at Gillett. Ap- plication has already been made to the War Production Board for per- mit to rebuild Since churches and schools ordinarily enjoy a high rating, the only delay expected on the permit is the slow procedure of approval experienced on such ap- plications. The recent donations appear at the end of the long list of bene- factors. The Guardian ....................... $ 15.00 Sir Charles and Mrs. Jewett, Fort Smith ......................... 100.00 Miss Annie M. Stiesberg, Fort Smith ...................... 5.00 Grand Knight of Stuttgart Slovactown Council. Stuttgart ..................... 50.00 KPK Soroity, Stuttgart ........ 25.00 Altar Society, Stuttgart ...... 25.00 St. Anne's Altar Society, Gillett ................................. 25.00 W. F. Winkelmann, St. Louis, Mo ......................... 2.00 A. Feany, Hot Springs ........ 5.00 Mr. Joseph Enderlin, Conway ........................... 25.00 People of McCrory Mission 7.85 Rev. Jos. N. Doyle, Wynne.. 5.0C Rev. Thos. H. Lillis, Texarkana ......................... 10.00 C E. Hammans, Stuttgart .... 10.00 Herman Luebker, Stuttgart 1.00 Anonymous, Texas ............. 10.00 Anton Sieter and family, Morrison Bluff ................ 3.00 Patron of St. Anne, Nor- ristown, Pa .................... 10.00 at 7:30. Edward Massar, Little The solemn Novena in honor of $1, Rock, (In memory of Mrs. Anna Diehl Massar) 25.00 the Little Flower has been held every night this week at 7:30 and John H. Durst, North Little will close solemnly Sunday after-  Rock ................................... 5.00 noon at five o'clock $1,  Dr. Annie M. Bremyer, The annual Bazaar will be held Little Rock .................. 5.00 Thursday, October 8Ph. We hope Miss Hanna Whelton, to see a large crowd present and Houston, Texas ............. 1.00 we promise that everyone will $1, Paul Nottenkamper, Atkins 5.00 have a good time. St. Anthony Sodality, Good October devotion will be held Counsel parish, Little every morning in the month at Rock ................................. 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. Umberto the eight o'clock mass. $ Brugnone ......................... 2.00 Builders night tonight will be in John Erstene, Stuttgart .... 500 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Scherum, Stuttgart ........ 25.00 Friend from Brockton, Mass. 5.05 Mrs. Anna Rice, Blytheville 1.00 Margaret Hampel. Little Rock .................................... 1.00 Tom Newton, Little Rock .... 5.00 J. F. Harlser, Texarkana .... 5.00 George & Aloys Rienhart, Stuttgart .............................. 25.00 Mr and Mrs. Chas. Davis, Stuttgart .......................... 10.00 Mr. and Mrs. Irv Strabla, Stuttgart ........................... 500 Honor of St. Anne, Troy, New York ........................... 1.00 Gengler family, Stuttgart .... 5.00 Oscar Genter, Stuttgart .... 2.00 Anna Richeback, Stuttgart_. 1.00 Paul Wallworth, Stuttgart .... 3.00 At Parish Grounds, Oct. 8 Father Maloy Little Rock The annual Ba- zaar for the benefit of Good Counsel p a r ish will be held on the parish grounds on Thursday, Octo- ber 8th, with the Rev. Edward R. Maloy, assistant pastor, as gen- eral chairman. Father Maloy will be assisted by members of Metrailer, Mrs. Florence Hoffman and Mrs. Henry Weeker. Mrs. J. E. Gehrki is chairman of the dining room, assisted by imembers of the Senior players. Mrs. J. Peters and Mrs. J. Castle will manage the linen booth. The St. Anthony Sodality will conduct many interesting booths on the grounds. The lunch stand will be in charge of Mrs. Harper. The country store will be in charge of the men of the parish. The Sisters and school children will have the fish pond, the re- freshment stand, novelty and the cake and candy booth. A $25.00 defense bond will be given away, as well as a beautiful Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lee, all the parish organizations. Mrs. DeWitt ................................. 25.00 U. Brugnone, chairman of the din- Patron of St. Anne, Jones- ner, will be aided by Mrs. Frank boro .................................... 5.00 Sarlo, as assistant, and the follow- lev. Bernard L. Bolds, DeQueen .......................... 500 Dr. A. B. Tate, Little Rock 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. W. El Austen, Li11e Rock ......................... 5.00 Gregory Pierini, Lake Vfihge ............................... 1.00 Mrs. Henry Boeckman ......... 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Walton, Stuttgart .......................... 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Walsh, Jonesboro .......................... 25.00 Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Koehler, Carlisle ............................. " 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cox, Brinkley ............................ 5.00 Miss Mary Williams, Phil- adelphia, Pa ...................... 1.00 Mr. nd Mrs. George Run- shang, Little Rock ......... 1.00 Captain P. H. Symbol, Seattle, Washington ....................... 5.00 Mr. Ben Berg, Sr., Stuttgart .............................. $5.00 Margaret Pruitt, Stuttgart .............................. 2.00 Friend of St. Anne, Little Rock ........................ 10.00 Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Selig, Stuttgart ............................ 500 Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Richie, MeGehee ............................. 25.00 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bohnert ing other committee members: Mrs. J. E. Page, Mrs. Frank Mul- len, Mrs. T. W. Newland, Mrs. Joe Caldarera, Mrs. Charles Clark, Mrs. Louis Hug, Mrs. Lorene Al- len, Mrs. Granville Sutton, Mrs. Henry Altenhofel, Mrs. M. B. Men- ne, Mrs. R. C. Harville, Mrs. A. DeWitt .................................. I00.00 John Fisher, Stuttgart ................................. 10.00 Mr. and Mrs. M. Berg- schneider .......................... 2.00 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Minch .. 3.00 Mr. and Mrs. Sakarda ........ 1.00 SS. Cyril and Methodius Altar Society, Slovactown ............ 10.00 Mr. and Mrs. AI Thorell, Stuttgart .............................. 2500 Anonymous, Little Rock ...... 1.00 Mr. Fred J. Perron, Little Rock ........................ 2.00 THE GRAND TOTAL AMOUNTS TO .............. $1502.85 SPECIAL: ? rain lCash Dresses tpI C&rry Expert Knit-Wear Bloekll And Dyeing  ran, lmsh 0 Suits pL Carry crocheted bedspread and quilt There will be a $5.00 attendance prize given to someone present on the grounds. A delicious chicken See BAZAAR on page 6 H I L I ! HIMSTEDT Plumbing & Heatingl Company I Serving Little Rock For More Than 20 Years Installation and Repairs of :PLUMBING& HFTING 351 West Cspltol Phone 6153 Little Rook, Arkm Reliable--Satisfactory I[ U r Fentress Mortuary The Only- Establlshmont In Western Arkanns dNIInod, built and dodi- cated dusively for Funeral Ssrv. ICel0 !lI%a of n,,,- r o,,, ,e 0,,* charge of the Senior Players. -.----- Mr. Mike and Miss Kate Gillett ............................. 500.00 00 W. Markham PK 2-9908 PHONE 6178 II T,,o- o, 7..a p M Good Counsel has now prod over - Gillispie, DeValls Bluff_.. 5.00 Rouseau Grocery Co, -- -- Aloysius Selig, Stuttgart ...... 5.00 - " lai,, ,-. .-,II"'Enter{ainme( "of "the $2000.00 on its Seminary Pledges. f1000.00__.- Patron of St. Anne, I I "IT It"2'ef::?:....--, ----.. ubagy St. Patrick's  El Dorado ........................ 10.00 Mrs. Ed Knetzer, Stuttgart.. 200 A p Ir @ n o @ o a uT o n p o iIt 8nn The Novena in honor of the Lit- ........ John Starr, Stuttgart ............ 1.00 .  i.Iberi., aw.,ra'Pnrih tleFlowerwillclosewRhdevo- ,950.00 AliceF. Dowling, Yeadon, """ " 'i'Phefol'Iowi-n"is t-he s-ched'-" tions at 7:45 o'clock Friday night. : Pa ................................ 5.00 I I Ithe month" o First Friday devotions will be: Ier 6th, Bingo sponsored by held in conjunction with the No- Anonymous, Little Rock.._ 1.00: ' } *' Mrs. Herman Woerner, . /. .. .. IOf the congregation, vena serv]ces. .... 9.00 Stuttgart ......................... 1.00 / ..... . _  __ _ J 41 _ _/_ _* ....... .. __.ill . . # _ Y, * I er 13th .t Edward's Pa unaay is ommumon Day Ior ....... " i M. Frank Deleo,     ,II..__44,_ _jL ,Iast , uo,, nnnred the members of the Altar See ety. I,P.T " ....... "' - ........ They will receive Communion in umphrey .......... : ........... 1.00  ..... --=. . -- ..... : ...... * fiber i'h aoa no--a na a body at the 7 o'clock Mass. $850.00__ Russell McCullum, "'" ........................ h " lle Stuttgart ............................. 15.00   "" ,*'I /, SPOnsn.s,,1 h. 4h 1,,.1{, nf The CanollC nlgrl bc ooi co c- psh ..... " ............ tion will be taken up at the Mas- Mr. and Mrs. Harold _. __ I:{ 20th Bingo_ sSunda . Diedrich, Hot Springs .._ 5.00 II [ 11 "  1  I] IT l -,.-_ ,, Mrs. Vernon Oberle, Little II [ [ [ I I [ ' |- 5g I , I, t . 'Sod.ait3, spnsred SeUctouerYclevotions wll be held $800.00 Rock ................................. 1.00 I " .I.0er/XlYsiusg,,, ,,,. ,,. ....... Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock con- U U llI W U I II U .I , . r *i "--41\\;: ' ,'oq=: %:': cluding with Benediction. The Selig family, Stuttgart 25.00 Ib -' "'" ...... " ...... The weekly social will be held in Thomas Murphy, Little J Rock .................................. 1.00: " - *! 3I':IlY)erittle 2''''P1m.,rum'..ali,,muum u mgthe ..... recreatiOnana wm oe" hall,sponso_._MondaY_re_,u uy'--even-'he $750.00 Joe Pauli, Little Rock .......... 1.00 p " "I.   Holy Name Socmty. Juho Pmr- Elizabeth Maus, Cincinnati 500 i " I r  Mamie Capell, Gillett ........ 1.00 I I . ,/7 I * iI[%ls' --II... '" I paoli as chairman, will be assisted, Mr. Schichtl, Alexandria, .............................. 1000 I .... II ];'a'I I i i :%a  ........ by Marion Block, Frank Paladino, $700.00 ur reace anct vcory ,,. ,u r Frank Bauer, C. H. Hammond, Ark .................................... Mr. andMrs. Wm. Loveless, II " " :I Marion Clark and Simeon Carter, Dewitt 20.001 /lIiI Jr. :"p & Chaule I Instructions are held in the $650.00 John Pruniski, North Little I '.aI /.l IJY " ".vv' I rcctry each Tuesday evening at Rock ................................. I0.00 { IF,I rs a_n.d S_ationers I 7:30 o'clock. Frank H. Riga, Jonesboro .... 1.00 [ / ll /  ) ain treet-- I Masses on Sunday at 7, 9 and Mrs. Anna Teske, Stuttgart_. 500[ I i]I .II'( . *_,,' I 11 o'clock. Confessions are held I$600.00 . .+.. 1 I /i: b,,, '- all _,___ I Saturday afternoon from 4 until Anonymous Subiaco ......... 1.00 ,/ III Mr. and Mrs. M. M Hiegel, I  _gIlllP.+:.: ::ii: ]i,_ N DEARASAUCH I 5, o'clock and before the 7 and 9 Conway ......... , ................... 5.001 I .:.. * ,''="%'h'%,, I o clock Masses on Sunday -- H.J. Matty, Camden ........... 15.00 / ::-:    I' .,cupy,t--,,u,+ I Week day Masses are at 7 and $550.00 [Edward A. Roach, Helena_. 200I ,/Jl "/;@, j,." Anonymous, Stuttgart ........ 5.001 - Itl| \\; ll( I Mr. and Mrs W E Austen, I   ' Ii--.,  |\\; .oo.oo00 I ........................... 000001 d 1 I ,. ear l' Myrle Austen, Little Rock .... 5.00 1 as*^-,s/ -- '/' I'/.J_ +1   y W.E. 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