Newspaper Archive of
Arkansas Catholic
Litlte Rock, Arkansas
October 11, 1930     Arkansas Catholic
PAGE 8     (8 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 8     (8 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
October 11, 1930

Newspaper Archive of Arkansas Catholic produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

PAGE EIGHT THE GUARDIAN, OCTOBER 11, 1930 Rev. Father Louis J. Kemphues an- Prickett, Mary Stone and Jenny Reed and to the two boys whose educationI Miss Catherine Albemine, the ]ln][~.]lHrl|l[][~ 1%1[ A]i}'I~FI~ IIw. , nounced Sunday morning that a mis-I Dunlap Fortunes'. Misses Virginia the members. . have pledged~ themselves, charming young, d~ughter of Mrs. i lflrdHl'lllO ,Inlsl:rlC.lwn . sion will be opened in the Sacred Turner and Virginia Parks. These la- The res~gnatmn of Mrs. Franchere was Louise Albertme of 704 South Belle- rw . i,.. I Its First Prmst Heart Church on Sunday, Oct. 19. It ]dies are working hard for the success regretfully accepted, as she has served vue avenue, motored to Nashville with ~ [4| ~|| ||~l|~'~ ~4~%L /[ [%[|| J 11 1 I" !..,~ a aJa a aaa ua ,O kl11$ rloly will be conducted by Jesuit Priests, of the party and we feel sure that the Circle most faithfully, devoting a party of friends, where they spent [ and will conHnue for two weeks. Rev. anyone who attends will get more:a major portion of her time, and al-,the week-end with Miss Rose Alber- ~| ALT ]~.A| | rlrb/%~rb Aill;~ -'---- Father Kemphues is most desirous of I than their money's worth The pro-:ways ready and willing to do every- tine, who is a student at Vanderbilt] [L~'~l~ l"~'~Lh l'~.]~/~l~|l; (By N C. W. C. News the success .of the mission and has i ceeds off the fete will be turned overlthing possible to broaden the scope'College. I ------- Charleston, S. C., Sept... asked the prayers of the congrega- to the Sisters to aid them in the noble of the Circle, and to increase its use- ------- ] Wh~ M ..... hl .......... [trieville, one of the most ng. tion for this purpose. An invitation work they are doing in the cause of:fulness. Expressions of sympathyI The many friends of Mrs D. Gari- rnadefor-the~m~12:Y:S~able'~aepe m South ?ar~na, has ~: is extended to the Catholics of the city ~higher education were sent to Mrs Franchere, with the baldi of 471 Simpson street, will be .~ ................. - [first priest. "me ~ev. by Father Kemphues to join the mere- -------- !fond hope that her health will soon I glad to hear that she is at home again' :omU:~Br:Ya:::~UsCu:cge:=~ ;:::'~Y. tJ" Buckley, "C: S. Sp., r, bets of his parish and take advantage One of the prettiest bridge partiesibe improved and enable her to again after a stay in St Joseph's Hospital -anize ..... ~ . , .." [dained at Soutn morwam, of the spiritua| benefits of the mis-l of the present season was given Sun-]take an active part in the work of the where she underwent an operation for' u~nanim~o:~v::ee MT1jagmY:a~}cco~Y [the Rt. Rev. John J. N?;:~ stun day afternoon by Miss Minnie Za- ~Circle. an infection in her knee .... " "- i Hartford. returned to n ' .......... r ~ mac~, wno has worked untiringly to to celebrate his first Mass none, m nonor o~ ~vuss wary ~v,~cua - .... (brin the ~ " " A.ta meeting of the International thy of Cairo, Ill., who is the charm- The card party held last Wednesday Miss Bessie Kehoe, the devoted sis- standard, asga:g:a:mhUPnttoah~gh The little parish Marls is its name--'s day afternoon, Nov. 8. The party artistically decorated in a profusion will be in the ballroom of the Cath- committeesOlic Club. Annuncementin eharge willfbeVariUSmade later. This card party is an annum affair and is ahvays one of the largest and most attractive affairs of the season. The one planned for this year will he no exception, in fact from the present plans, those in charge in- tend to even excel their past suc- cesses. We will probably have a list of the committees in time for next week's issue Mrs. Joe Wilson of Nashville is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Alice Bailey in her home on Tu~wiler avenue. Among those who attended the world series games played in St. Louis were the following prominent Catholic boys: Messers. Leo Doniphan, Matt Dwyer and Winters Roach. Miss Josephine Podesta proved her- self a charming young hostess when she entertained the members of the Delta Tau Gamma Sorority last Sun- day afternoon in her home, 265' Stone- wall place Bunco was enjoyed and the attractive prizes were won by Miss nue were discussed. The members are also planning a theater party foJ: Saturday afternoon. The next meet- ing will be held at the home of Miss Agnata White, 1682 Mississippi ave- hue, Ever mindful of the growing needs of the school, the good Sisters in charge of St. Thomas' Parochial Sehool have carefully laid their plans to raise a quota for. the School Fund in a most unique way. They are gath- ering together old magazines and pa- pers, which have a ready market in our city. Great rivalry among the children is resulting and at present writing the sixth grade of the school seems to be leading by a big ma- of garden flowers carrying out the ! of Hallwe'enfall in theClrs'air, provedand wfl;han idealthe tingeset-: ~ing for the bevy of young people present The prizes were attractive and at the close of the afternoon an ice course was selwed. In the eve- ning Miss Zanone entertained the members of her sorority and their es- corts in special compliment to Miss McCarthy. This latter affair was in the nature of open house for the Al- pha Kappa Delta Sorority. The members of the Phi Sigma Sorority met at their chapter house :f eG:td:;: ;;:sTd:n:t: ::ceePedrM:: M~rie Hawkins, who has served the been vice president, was chosen to fill the office of president, while Miss Marie Nagisni will handle the affairs as vice president. Monday evening a special meeting was held at which time the pledging of the new members took place. They are Misses Lillian Cahill, Gladys Jennings, Emma McCarthy, Marie Louise Buehl, Carmel Galella, Eleanor Hayes and Sophia Benham. hard to make the affair a success and it is the wish of Mrs. Charles Shan- non, who was ~hairman, to thank each member of the various commit- tees, as well as all who contributed in any way to the success of the party. The attendance prizes were awarded, to the following: Mesdames Ed Sla- Tau I ter'flowers,MarYMesdamesO'DnnellHastings,and Huntzicker;waLer Joyce and Vic Reisser; fish bowl, Mrs. V. A. Venner; permanent wave, Mrs. Ben Love; electric toaster, Mrs. Sam Waddell; spread, Mrs. R. S. Warnken; floor polisher, Miss Barron; cake, Mrs. Miskeal; bath spray, Mrs. Dave Za- none; card table, Mrs. Ira Laramie; silk hose, Mrs. Thamann; photo order, Mrs. Gus Brunner; basket of grocer- ies, Mrs. Raggio; beauty orders, Mrs. Ed McMahon and Misses Kate Smythe and Dunsworth; light globes, Miss Reinhart; set of glasses, Mrs. J. Kelly; scarf, Mrs. T. A. Fauver. The special prize, a silk comfort, was won by Miss Genevieve Barrom success. The proceeds will be added to the fund ~hat these good ladies are raising in connection with a bazaar which they are planning for a later date. The members of the Linen Fund of St. Joseph's Hospital will entertain at the Catholic Club on Monday after- noon, Oct. 13, at 2:30, wi~h a bridge and bunco party Attractive prizes are being secured both for tables and attendance and every detail will be arranged to insure a delightful after- noon for all who attend. The admis- sion is only nominal and when we consider the cost against a worthy cause we feel sure no one will hesi- tate to secure a few tickets St. Jo- jority. This manner of raising mon- seph's HospitM is an institution in ey will work no hardship on anyone our city that the Catholics may well and the Sisters feel confident that a be proud of; it is not often that ,call is substantial sum will be realized. We made on our people for this hospital, wish them success and feel sure that and we are confident that the pres- and Mrs. Joseph Cortese, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Loring, Miss Imelda Stan- city. She is a nurse by profession and it was while ministering to an invalid that she slipped on a polished floor, resulting in a very painful fracture. St. Philomena Guild will hold ,the first meeting of the fall season Tues- day morning at 10:30 o'clock in the home of the president, Mrs. P. M. Birmingham, at 1036 Faxon avenue Plans for the coming year of work will be outlined and discussed and va- rious committees appointed. A full attendance is urged by the president. The regular monthly meeting of ladies' auxiliary of the Convent of the Good Shepherd will be held Friday afternoon in the Catholic Club. Fol- lowing ,the business meeting a social hour will be enjoyed at which time bridge and bunco will be enjoyed by those attending. The hostesses for the afternoon will be Mesdames Er- nest McKinney, W. E. Harmon and J. C Scott, Jr. ders of Mr. McCormack. Miss An- gela Monteverde and Mr. Kevett Ad- ler form the executive committee; their duties will also include the se- lection of plays and casts. An important announcement was made concerning the producing of British under Admiral Sir ker were attempting to enter ton Harbor in 1776, General) William Moultrie constructed a fort of Cannonballs sank into the ~ho:~:?dange~ri~g those As one leaves the Maris, the first sight that eyes is the grave of Osceola, leader, who died in Moul,trle, his spirit ofthreeeacb ThePlaYfirstthereperformanceWill be at leastwill be followed by the customary dance; two additional presentations to be sponsored by different Catholic par- ~shes. It is even rumored that the players intend to present several plays in Jackson, Tenn. Their plans also include entertainment for the boys at the Veterans' Hospital. The initial effort of the Memphis Players will be that popular comedy in New York April 20, 1927. The '!fForttruce'Moultrie was one of from which Fort Sumter upon, which marked the the Civil War. Father Buckley knew these as a boy. As a member Ghost Order, he returns to labor among colored Order ministers to 30,000 51 missions in the United the Charleston diocese Peter's Church and School maculate Conception School at Charleston, and Church and School a,t cast has not as yet been selected, but Roads. many as possible to be present They have set a very high mark, and PROMINENT CAROLINA program and the Sisters of the St. _____ " , we feel sure they will attain it and ' CATHOLIC S Agnes cordially invite all music lov- The Auxiliary of St. Catherine s even additional honors Sciontiers of theis a memberCity to beof thePresent'facultyMr'of Club will hold the first meeting of ~ (By N. C W. C News the American Conservatory of Music the season Wednesday morning at TOUCHING RECEPTION Charleston, Sept. o~). 10:30 o'clock a~ the Club Home, 849 OF U. S. CATHOLICS BY Lynch, who died suddenly at and has come to Memphis to hold a Poplar avenue It is hoped that as NATIVE SWABIAN TOWN in Cheraw, following a hem: masters' course for four weeks at the many as possible attend as great plans ]was a member of one of Memphis Conservatory on Vance ave- for the work of the auxiliary during By Dr Frederick Funder, ]~rominent Catholic families hue. Following the program an in- the coming year will be discussed. Vienna Correspondent, N. C. W.C. Carolina. He was a nephew formal reception will be held in hon- ,., .. News Service.) noted Bishop P. N. Lynch of or of Mr. ScionH in the salon of the xne Altar Society of the Immac- Vienna, Sept 22.--When a group~ton who was sen~ to EurOpe conservatory Miss Virginia Alexan- ulate Conception Church will meet of American citizens, visitors to the Confederacy on a dip]omatlC der, president of the Conservatory Thursday afternoon at 2:30 in the' St. Emmery celebrations in Budapest, and uncle of Commander P. ~ Alumnae, will receive. She will be auditorium of the school A social returned to their native Swabian vil- Bellanger, American naval,~ assisted by the other members of the hour will follow the regular routine lage at Zsambek, near the Hungarian lRome. Alumnae and the following ladies and of business capital, with the Rt. Rev. Joseph The deceased was 74 year~ gentlemen: Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Hill, --~-- Schrembs, Bishop of Cleveland, at throughout his life had been MrS.Mrs. D.w.L.L.Griffith,wilhoit,MrS.Mrs.R.A.M" A.Martin'Ad- Mernphis Boys their" head, they were g~ven" a rousing" ber of St . Peter ' s Parish" amS,S.Angiers,Blair,MrS.MrS.MadameJ. W.R.E.NorriS,Tumanskaya,Bailey,MrS.Mrs.A.Mr.E.F. Leave infOrEternalSerninarYcity habitants,an~ht::hh~fgm=~:tPtai:::ndincluding the girlsallinthetheirin'ib:~h:;'aFnT:C~stL:r:C~h~arle'' -- .festal dresses, greeted the party at CARD. HAYES There was quite a crowd gathered the village limits. The visitors were AT FUNERAL others will adopt this means of con- ent call will not go unheeded. The ~on, Miss Elizabeth McVoy, Miss Elsa at the un ion station last Wednesday cheered and the band played in their FOR MSGR. T. J. verting old 'things into cash. ladies in charge are Mesdames Gerber.. Miss Mary, McCormack, M~ss" night. .t bid adieu to two of our honor. Then they pro,ceeded to the ---- Schlocker, Brenner and Mike Kelley Christine Herbers. Miss Mar~,aret M~. Cathohc boys, who were leavin~ for village church and knel~ in prayer ......... " ""~- w " , ~Dy 2~. ~5, W. L;. The members of St. Agnes Alumnae .---- -- nson, Mms Margaret Fell, Miss Rose Ne Yo~k to sail for Europe, whereTears of 3oy were shed as people New York Se-t have selected Oct 30 as the date for Miss Josephine Kingsley, a popular Marie Burckell; Mr Ernest Hawke, they will continue their studies in the were reunited after long separations Ha ..... :~ia'" '~ " their annual fall fete. This year it brlde-elect whose marriage to Mr. Jas. Mr Adolph Steuterman, Mr. Virgil American College at Rome; their Poems were read in the visitors' hon- yes~:;day~7:r~ th: Rev will be in the form of a Hallowe'en DeLaMott will be solemnized on Oct. Smith and Mr Richard Stanton goal being that of the priesthood, or, and Bishop Schrembs, replying, ex- Heaf- who died on Fri'daY 11, m bern corn hmented vath a se The youn me ~ Y' party and will be held in the gymna- " " g p " " - g n who left were John horted the Swablans to remain true '-~ - -- - : - -~.l, slum of St. Agnes College, both after- ties of beautifully planned parties. Mr. T N Humphrey, Jr, the ca- Welsh, son of Mr. and Mrs. George :to their religion, their fatherland and t:::l,~0oSpp~ear~so~sn, ~[c]u~i] noon and night At a meeting of the Saturday afternoon Mrs. M. A. Biondi pable and ~leasant cashier of the New Welsh of Polk avenue, and Leon En- [ their race. He also praised highly i, .... ~ +~ ,,~ ..... ~,.,,~ net Alumnae held last Friday plans were entertained with a Dutch supper, fol-!York Mutual Insurance Com~an- of glert, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.' the people of his diocese who came ~-~o"~,[~o~'~:a';~::~tv made and .committees appointed to lowed by informal dancing. The dec-!our city, slipped away from his hen,,,, Englert of 1309 Jefferson avenue ~from this village. The St. Emmery ;;d~usi'ne~:'~^_'~'~^:~ever be-'n --re- arations so tha~ the affair oratmns carried out 'the Hallowe en.r .............. The: ~fll be Joined m New York b,,. standard was pre~ented to the vis~. ~ ....... g~ p p , .......... ! esponsmnmes an~ spen~ ~ae wee~- ..~ .......... ~ I - [of State, Ll,,,d, ,~ttended this year will eclipse any of the past sp~m~, ~ne ~encious menu ~eing served.end in St Louis where he witnessed wm~er ~usn o~ mashville, Te]m The tots, and at a dinnerthat evening[~ ..... ~;~, ....~,ma ,, the ' ~erns w~cnes, DmCK ca'm, mlngle~l' ' ~rlemm o~ ~nes bo s. who" ' F::ltiFa::a;or " "~' "'"'~" --~ "'~" ~" successes of thlsband Of l:~pular Cath-frm,a t?p!e adorned with~ck'?"lan::the vietory of the Cardinals SundayI ~__.d~l~Y, feh.Undreds f admiring thhe 7:~r, h~Pr~d~? of the Sacred Heart in W olic women. The College and Acad- afternoon in the world series y , are conse- g " t t, u r ] ~;~,~+,,, ~ T emy will combine their efforts for the with autumn flowers and foliage, i I crating their lives to the service of:Bishop Sehrembs, his fellow-country-[ "~'~he~R'e:uiem Mass was s~] coming party and the officers of both "------ ~ .... ~ I God, will not only follow them to men have found a safe refuge in thelr[ .... .~ ..... oJ . . , , ~ ~ x~ev ,-avncz urain, pastor h ~ lrcle th ~ ~vxrs Anarew n ,,awe, natmnM the~ d~stant I institutions will be in ~hargeMiss T e Ashf'eld C of e K ng s! . I " destination, but will new home and have preserved the re-I ':' ......... n ~ nara s unurcn, manna~m " r" A Daughters held the first meeting of committeewoman, and Mrs Roane continue throughout their care~o ~ligion of their Cathohc fathers and ^ ...... ' HM:PehnilHaPy', =::e~::;~d:::e 2doinMti:d tihg af~llthT~:~i:tcT::rs~Ys.~E. Wa!d!:!:~fe %M.h~eSnM~e2ph!s]uJnlt~i~i' ~:Pr~eth:: aGt:dnthYi;pga:a~ ::th: itheir love ef their former homeland :n:Nig~:~g: the following, committees to assist" Franchere, the president, has been gu y, t h praycr of all who knew them, and ] At the annual show in Copenhagen[ ........ "- ~- Ct " " a w k pastor o~, ~ne ,mmaemav~ p st ee to attennd the natmnal con have watched the l Luncheon. Mesdames John Breen, W forced to resign her positron owing to - ir progress up to the ,this year were shown 23 cars from ,~ ............. . " " " v i " " ,~nurcn ol ~oun~ vernv-, ent on being held m Boston ~esent hm P Cosgrove, Ed Mette and Miss Chris- ill health, and in her absence Mrs. . p" e. America and 25 from all Europe [, ~, I " ~eacon fine Herbers, Ice Cream and Cake- John J. Farrell, the race president, Mrs. J. F. Bugg and Miss Rose Cath- presided. A report was made of the . Miss Mary McCarthy of Cairo, Ill., FATHER HAYES, OF [~REV JOSEPH FILLION-'~ erme Herbers Cand and S ecml summer aet~wt~es by the emergency has arrived for a wmt w~th Mr and , , y p " - " " " * .... ST. PATRICK S held in St. Patrick s Church, the peo-i " "l " " " Mrs , ~ v,, ~.~.~,..,.~. t*es: M~sses Margaret Fell, Martha committee which responds to charity. Joseph R. WMsh of 940 New ROAD TO RECOV nv ple of the parish showed their love] Gene Halloran and Louise Fell Bin calls and really is the only committee York street Many delightful par ..... 'fo~ thei~ ~astor b-" the m ....... I , "------- - . . . . ." . - . ~ y uny peu- (By N. C. W. C. News go: Mesdames Pat Conaghan, Carl whmh continues ~ts work during the .t~es are being planned m honor of The latest reports about the' co-- tions that were placed in the Inten-[~ n,~'~L~ ~,~ ."----mh~ Bel0te and Miss Bessie Cunningham. hot weather. Mrs. J. S. McTighe was lmis cnarming visitor, dition of dear Father John F Hayes, tion Box for the complete restoration IFil~:n~of'th:'White-"- ~~'te:mcM:Gn~.e.:m~e:BnWu~ Gough and Katherine Wray. Silhou- ette: Misses Elsie Mac Boyd, Valerie Kult. Beauty Booth: Misses Claire R!PnCte~; ~o~7:ai~vaMo{[obnyF~i:~m~eii!I inteM:d::~:f Shhe:h~i:mg;h~:r~:~' Phr~hr ew~i:S~}g~i~TShhCh~p~y~i~il :befItoheilr ii! nwOfilldFO~ue~ht:b(i{eeii:ul =:hk: Circle during the fall and winter will, Higbeo avem, e have returned from ing. We cannot filed words to ex-lprayer of not only the writer, but of ~o~n* several t ~r:::d~h:vd:lit%het ::t::::~ofd~hdS ~ ::~ly Memphians of other creeds as of his recall to Africa he ~.of the Order's