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THE GUARDIAN, OCTOBER 9, 1942 PAGE THREE d SOCIALI AL' ITEMS an AND  STORIES or Send Social Items to The Guardian "' SUBMITTED 309 West Second St., Phone 5486, by [ MUST BE Tuesday. [ SIGNED Hanson Walton is this week at home with Mr. and Mrs. Charles He is home from the Lakes Naval Training having finished his Basic as a 3rd Class Petty Of- of his Company. On his re- he will enter the Aviation Trade School. Edward's Card and Bingo sponsored by the P.T.A., held Tuesday, October 13, and evening, at the par- 9th and Sherman Streets. Prizes, elour prizes anad re- Everyone is cordially to attend. . W,qdrew's Mothers Club, . C. Bray, Jr., President, at 2:30 P.M. Thursday, 15th, at the school hall, 6th Street. Bozoor Be Nov. 3rd is made of 3rd as the final date Alumnae Bazaar of SL Mary's AcademJ. 2nd being All Souls, to move the date day. This annual event, by former students Mary's and assisted by is for the benefit Academy and always a large and enthus- attendance. Committees plans for the usual and carnival attractions, will be announced or 6 room furnish- Rent must be reasonable. and Carpenter. Re- kinds. Cbinet work a Free estimates. Call Phone 3-4286. : Cites Further Nazi Cruelty In Poland London. rE)-- Further instances of extreme cruelty perpetrated up- on the population of Poland by the Nazi invaders were cited and de- scribed over the radio here by Minister Stronski, of the Polish Government in Exile. Minister Stronski told of the ar- rest of 30 priests in Vilno, among whom were 15 seminary profes- sors and six monks, ll Polish the- ology students were also arrested, he said, adding that Archbishop l Romulus Jalbrazzykowski, of Vil- no, and Chancellor, the Rev. Adam Sawicki, have been deported to Mariampol. Polish nuns also were arrested, he said. Some months ago, Mr. Stronski said, all students of the theological faculty in Vilno were deported to Germany for forced labor and 50 civilians were executed in the prison of Lukiszki. He added that in one week 300 people were executed, most of them Poles, including 85 boys and five girls from the Mickiewicz High School. Recently, the of- ficial stated, the Gestapo started to murder people in the streets and houses of Stare Swieciany. Two hundred persons, two of them priests, were killed, he reported. At the same time, he said, 1,000 Poles were arrested in villages situated 50 and 60 kilometers from Vilno. Cardinal Sends Message to Polish Youth in Exile London. ()--A message to the Polish youth in exile has been sent from Lourdes to Gen. Jozef Hai- ler, President of the Polish Section of the Sword of the Spirit, by His Eminence Augustus Cardinal Hlond, Primate of Poland', it is re- vealed by KAP, Polish Catholic agency. The text of the Cardinal's mes- sage 'follows: "To you, my beloved young boys and girls in exile, I am sending my heartfelt blessing as a Primate hum this Czestochowa in the Py- renees, to express the wish that you should be worthy of your destiny. "From the darkest hour of our history, new Poland will emerge as a proof of divine justice and against the background of the uni- versal reconstruction of the world she will shine as the realization of the Christian political and social i ], Troop 11 ideals, as an example of worthy Little Rock Flier Receives Wings Lt. Herman Hum Lt. (J. G.) Herman E. Hum, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hum, 918 Dennison St., Little Rock, has fin- ished his (AX). T. training at the Naval Air Base Pensacola, Fla., and received his wings as Naval Air Pilot. He spent four days at his home last week, en route to Oakland, Calif., where he will be stationed. BeTore entering the Navy, Lt. Hum was a flight in- structor at Kansas City Flying Field, Kansas City, Mo., Monti- cello A. & M. College, Monticello, !and Kenneth Starnes Flying Ser- i vice, Conway. The Navy flier re- !calved his education in Good Counsel school and Little Rock ,College. Before entering the fly- ing service, he was with the Fed- eral Reserve Bank for ten years and the Little Rock Municipal Wa- ter Works for three years. ] Greater Little St. Andrew's Cthedral Masses each Sunday at 6:00, 7:00 9:00, 10:00 and High Mass at 11:00. Masses at Holy Souls Chapel at 7:30 and 8:30. Miraculous Medal Novena De- votions are held each Sunday evening at 7:45. Instruction class is held each Tuesday at 7:45 in the Seventh St. chapel of the Cathedral. Novena is honor of St. Theresa is held af- ter the 7:00 and 8:00 o'clock Masses on Wednesday. St Patrick's Chureh Sunday is Communion day for boys of the parish. The School Welfare Collection will be taken up at all of the Masses Sunday. Members of the Holy ]ame Soc- iety will receive communion in a body at the 7 o'clock Mass. Break- fast will be served in the recrea- tion hall and a short busines: session will be held following the Mass. October devotions and Novena for Victory Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, concluding with Bene- diction of the Most Blessed Sacra- ment. The weekly social will be held in the hall at 8 o'clock Monday evening, sponsored by the P.T.A. The committee in charge is com- posed of Mrs. T. H. Davis, Mrs. Louis Kiehl, Mrs. Carl Kiehl, Mrs. Frank Bujarski, Mrs. W. H. Shelt- on, Mrs. Owen White, Mrs. W. C. Ballow and' Mrs. E. Martella. Instructions will be held in the rectory at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. The Holy Name Society will hold a social in the hall Wednesday evening. St. Edward's Masses will be celebrated at 5:30, 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00 A.M. Short instruction in all Masses on "The Blessing of the Fourth Command- ment". Rock Activities Novena of the Sacred Heart at 3:00 P.M., so as not to interfere with the Initiation of the Knights of Columbus at a later hour. Daily Masses during the week at 6:30 and 8:30 A.M. Novena of Our Lady of Per- petual Help Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. October devotions every evening at 7:30. Feast of Saint Edward, King and Confessor, Patron Sain of our Church, High Mass at 8:30 A.M., Tuesday, October 13th. Social Saint Edward's Patron Feast Card Party, Tuesday, October 13th, afternoon and night, sponsored by St. Edward's P.T.A. Grand Bazaar and Chisken Din- ner, Sunday, October 18th, spon- sored by the Ladies of the Parish, assisted by thde men and all social groups and societies of the Parish. Good Counsel The Novena for Peace and Vic- tory is held every Sunday after- noon at 5:00 o'clock. This new Pour will hold for the duration of the war. Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament will follow. The Novena in honor of St. An- thony is held every Tuesday morn- ing after mass with veneration of tim relic. The Novenas in honor of the Little Flower and the Most Blessed Sacrament are held every Friday evening at 7:30 P.M. The Holy Name .Men will re- ceive Holy Communion at the 7:00 o'clock Mass Sunday, Oct. llth. They will meet in the school hall Monday night at 8:00 P.M. The Good Counsel P.T.A. will meet in the school hall, Wednesday ,fternoon at 2:00 P.M. The St. Anthony Sodality will meet in the school hall Thursday evening at 8:00 P M. Builders Night tonight, Friday, Oct. 9th, will be in charge of the Holy Name Men. Activities will begin at 8:30. Fall Formal Cathedral, Holy Souls Pupils At USOClub Bid Asst. Pastors Farewell October 14 Little Rock. -- The usa Club, operated the National Catholic Community Service, is opening its fall season of activities with a formal dance on Wednesday night, October 14. The ball-room will be decorated in fall colors. Special entertain- ment and music will be presented by the service men from Camp Robinson. Members of the Cath- olic Business Women's Club will serve as senior hostesses and on the door committee. Cathedral Committee Has Little Rock.The eighth grade Harmonica Medley, Philip John- at St. Andrew's School entertained the Ray. John E. Murphy and the Ray. Amos H. Enderlin, assistants at the Cathedral, with a farewell party Sunday, Sept. 27. T he class wished to express their ap- preciation for all the kindness shown them by the assistants dur- ing their stay in the parish. Every- body enjoyed a pleasurable after- noon. After the group was enter- tained with various games, re- freshments were served, and gifts were presented from the class. A farewell party and program was given conjointly by the pupils of St. Andrew's Cathedral and Holy Soul's Schools last Wednes- day morning at 502 East Seventh Street for the two assistants who have been transferred from this parish. The program was as fol- lows: Instrumental son; Missouri Waltz, Accordion, Bern- ard Heinze. Vocal Scare' Crow, Primary Grades; Goodbye, Dear Fathers, Goodbyo Intermediate and Upper Grade': Farewell Song, Intermediate an.! Upper Grades. After the program, refreshmen' were served to all present, a gifts were presented to Fath( Murphy and Father Enderlin i the name of the pupils of bot] schools. Msgr. M'Donnell to Speak On Missions Over Radio New York. {E)The Rt. Roy. Msgr. Thomas J. McDonnell, Na- tional Director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, will deliver an address in the "Church living, as the rock of Catholic . . of tim Air" of nine Boy ,, , , ,,1 .... ,la,cl ,-nl | ld' U .... &..|.g.. Turkey in the Straw, Piano, Helen ,  ". program of the Colum- )v,nlght' ........ .-.othis.v,,..during,--v ......... ;,, Miraculous,,,,,,,oh'',,,_; -herfrmsplnta ........ rampartwllli_h,beagalnStmag mhcent" barbariSm'and __tJ L.JLittle ...... Rock.Hosptallty lu-ul LCt|IL .......... ate' the Long,' Rnnth'unamoers;, Long.' A g o, Violin , Hugh p.m.,OctberVia roaccasingvmrml 1 , frOwarm S12YTlme.Stemnoon, Sundato 12'30. Y' her power m g y USa CIuD, ill Nas evenm , nd receiving the rank of ". .... Piano Solo, Mildred Chambers; Monsignor McDonnell s will be but were: Joe Biltz, Pat ."The fateand furore at I'm.ann operated by the National Catholic Old Black Joe, Accordion, Hugh one of a series of radio programs , BI will snortly ve in your nanas, since "lly Simpson, Curtis .'. Community service, will be in Dempsey; " arranged in preparation for the To the victorious heroes will dm oe- - n r ' Soldiers' " observance o .... ,, mmy Kemp, Andrew ........... charge of the St. A dew s Cathed- March, Pinna, Jerry f Mmsion Sunday, Ch ore lS ume as a resul o lS su aries Such, Jerry Ob-' . ....... " ral committee, Sunday, Octoer 11, Flanigan; October 18. Bobby Pope. rgrb:rrggtmil iantenrsSPoS under the chairmanship of Mrs. Anchors Aweigh, Trumpet, Tommy outs were sponsored by .e.  .aa !s. g u, Blick Martin.. Kemp; trol leaders, Billy Dick vlne r'ro.vmence you sno .ct Mrs. Martin announces her cam- Stella Mia, Accordion, Lois Pous- Wh b r" " - : lnd n ae me ouuaers at t-olana s geat off n sar y U sen your loves ones Jim Pat Browning, a d ,. ........... :e. - mittee will serve e ee cake a d d; 'ested by the Rev. Henry onSomUywaImn2e ,Ullng coffee to the service men in the : . with funeral expenses ry, assistant, St. Andrew s . ...... .x -; morning following all Masses. | .......... | tl lean our nauon in me secona . During Benediction of ,, .... an. ...... o  "r h*-r -" During the tea hour, cake and [ Jl U l  1  (  | when a Healey & Ruth Superior . Sacrament, the Scouts ,,,u,. "  ....... _ ".. :'. coffee will be the bill of fare. I & A THE HATTER I  . elf act of consecration to ven now, .you snoula .give.a Servicemen of Camp Robinson | | bervlce may be provided for er of God. lofty, and Christian .meamng. yo each Sunday enoy the hospitality I LADIES AND -- ] now for just a few cents a Vestiture was directed by our hie, a sense, or mslon, auy extended' them by Catholic women [ M, =q| | Star Wright F. Lewis. The ann responslonly. eea your of Greater Little Rock, through I .... | month in a,,, tn arched in procession from souls with truth and not with organizations which sponsor the I CLEANED AND BLOCKED [ ........... of the Church behind the phrases. From what you learn Coffee Hour at the NCCS club. ] 523 ...... 6 ] The Healey & Ruth Burial a Flag, and occupied re- abroad, bring home only what is : : | Mare St. rn. vu ! eats in the front pews good and noble We cannot build Silence is the best way to hear | Association? : ' Poland on moral decadence of easy what God has to say to us. When - . :e mind, lips and heart be living. Get used to a hard and iwe are silent we have thoughts.  .... 'i, Fixed rates according to age, ,o think love of God, speak simple life, to sacrifice, to hard ........................... - .... l[ ay l with ....  [[ love of God, live a life j work and conscientiousness,' to real souls with" the gifts of His,d I[ FLOWERS FROM h [I and full benefits from the start. of God and then all will virtues. Keep God and the Sacred and with the fear o oa, so ma$ [[ "' [ Why not consult us now * Permeated through and ]faith of your forefathers in your] from children in exile you may II IF''/// I.Tr:| II Wth Divine hearts grow into the eagles of Polish paw We ha e ' the spirit of " " , , I ,, " - II v a plan for every need. May the Holy Spirit mold' your I er nnd ,run,hess.. 1[ kwh' ........ ,! 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It wus to fulfill tills ever in- creasing demand that the Corres- pondence Courses were started at the seminary. Catholic School Aids War Effort In Scrap Drive Little Rock.--Interest rated high during the past week as Uncle Sam called for more scrap iron, rubber, ec. for the defense of our coun- try. A contest was held in Room IV at St. Andrews School, with the seventh and eighth grades com- peting. The best poster depicting the scrap drive was voted upon by the pupils of the 5th, 6h, 7th and 8th grades of the Cathedral School. The one receiving the most votes was submitted by Johnny Craighead who was re- warded with a patriotic suggested prizeDefense Stamps. Others submitting very good posters were: Steve Battisto, Dickie Watkins Bernard Hemze, and Innocence Spinelli. Reports were made by members of the 8th grade on famous Ca- tholic generals who fought on the side of the Union during the Civil War. Perfect scores were in spelling during the past month by the fol- lowing: Joseph Biltz, Grant Bord- er, Robert Heffernan, John Hud- gens, Rose Marie Hess in the 7th grade, and Patricia Hain in the 8th grade. Many Catholics feel that they do not understand their Faith to their own satisfaction and are un- able to explain it. Many non- Catholics are sincerely interested :in the Catholic Faith and they would like the opportunity to in- vestigate it in the privacy of their homes. So this course has been designed with these needs in mind. It has proven quite practical to those whom it has reached. This is especially true of many in re- mote sections or those who did not seek formal instruction. The course is based on the wide- ly read book "Father Smith In- struct Jackson", by His Excel- lency John Francis Null, Bishop of Fort Wayne, Indiana. This book covers the essentials of the Creed, Commandments and Sacra- manta in a popular conversational style and deals intelligently with many questions and difficulties that non-Catholics propose. Since its inauguration the semi- narians have instructed over three hundred persons in the Course. A gratifying percentage of these have asked for BaptisTn. Anyone wishing to enroll as a student may apply by writing in care of the seminary. If one wishes to make an offer- ing, a dollar per student covers ex- penses. This assistance would be gratefully appreciated but any- one should feel free to accept the course free of charge. Two Normal Schools For Christian Doctrine New Orleans. (lFollowing the custom of several years, two nor- mal schools in Christian Doctrine will be conducted' in New Or- leans, beginning October 16. One, at Dominican College, will be taught by the Ray. Robert E. 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