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THE GUARDIAN, OCTOBER 16, 1942 and SOC1AL| A L LANDITEMS STORIES ' SUBMITTED Send Social Items to The Guardian a 309 West Second St., Phone 5486, by [ MUST BE Tuesday. [ SIGNED and Mrs. T. J. Arnold, 109 Park Hill, have re- after a delightful friends and relatives in Texas. While in and Mrs. Arnold were of Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Ed Wortsmith, 1300 No. Little Rock, is feel- again after his recent D. Troillett, son of Mrs. Dan Troillett of Lit- reported for duty in the Army, Saturday, 3, and is now statioved at! Field, Fresno, California. has been received of the of Charles F. Gerke, U. stationed at Fort Knox, the rank of Staff Sergeant. the son of Mr. and E. Gerke, 1503 Mc- ns a member of St. Ed- leA mm Bt. Andrew's ,Cathedral held its meeting Sun- 4, in the parish hall. were: Dan Mur- John V. Busby, Max Mitchell Gillian. Dan and Mitchell worked ll's boat, There are many Sea Scout Ships. One flagship, one is the agship and of the na- the national flagship. is going to try to make flagship. Attendance is thing in this attempt, so special effort to attend so as to put Ship 11 in fleet. Friend', Yeoman, Ship 11 last Saturday and worked on this boat. This the recruiting period for Ship 11, so Sea Scouts let's get as many boys as we can for the next meeting at Kkipper Lewis' house tomorrow. Max W. Friend, Jr. Yeoman. Ship 11 Troop 11 St. Andrew's Cathedral The Beaver Patrol of Troop 11 met Tuesday, October 6, at Joe Friend's home. This was the first meeting for our two new members, Andrew Such and Garland Streett. The main discussion of the meeting was advancement. Afterwards games were played. Scribe Bob Pope. =:O Catholic Business Women's Club The regular monfhly ' dinner meeting of the Catholic Business Women's Club was held Monday eening, October 12, in the Freid- erica Hotel. The short business session was in charge of Miss Mary Raley, president. The subject of the talk by the Roy. Patrick Lynch, counsellor of lhe club, was the "Life of St. Theresa". In his talk Father Lynch stated that St. Therese is to be imitated and emulated be- cause she was so human in her attitude toward life and' had for her aim to forget the past, making the most of each day as it came. Guests for the evening included Elizobeth Carmen, Wilhehnina Krunisick, Gertrude Thale and Myra Murry Andrews. The meeting closed with prayer led by Father Lynch. Catholic OF DaughterSAMaRlCA vonars I e CATIlOLIC [ Our Lady of Perpetual Help Court The need which our diocesan seminary has of assistance from the Catholic Daughters was stress- ed by the Vice-Rector, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Jos. A. Gallagher, court chaplain, at the regular meeting of the court at the Knights of Columbus Hall on October 8th. Msgr. Gallagher was principal speaker and introduced the Roy. James Nugent, guest, who gave a short talk. The Daughters plan to assist St. John's Seminary by a benefit soc- ial to be held later in the fall. Following the meeting a social hour was held and refreshment was served. Defense stamps were given as prizes. In charge of ar- rangements for the social, were Elizabeth Kelly, Marie Danforth, Mrs. Avis Crawford and Nora Miles. The quarterly Communion breakfast will be held in Novem- ber, the date to be announced through The Guardian later. Subiaco Students Aid In Scrap Drive For Nation Subiaco.-- Students of Subiaco Academy are engaged in a "scrap drive" to aid in the nation-wide search for medal with which to beat the Axis. Classes were dis- missed for an afternoon lately by the Roy. Clement Schmidt, di- rector of studies, to inaugurate the drive. Work on gathering dis- carded objects containing metal usable for the war is progressing Alumnae of Mt. St. Mary's USO Hostesses Little Rock-- Mt. St. Mary'c Alumnae Association will spon- sor the weekly "Coffee Club" at the use Club, operated by the National Catholic Community Ser- vice, Sunday, October 18th. Re- freshments are served to the men in the service in the morning af- ter all the Masses and then again in the afternoon beginning at 4:00 o'clock. Mrs Rose Mary Ray will be chairman of the day. Assisting Mrs Ray on her committee will be Miss Dorothy Summers, Miss Dap- hne Ginocchio, Miss Carolyn Kel- ler, Miss Agnes Brizzolara, Miss Libby Lanes, Miss Mfiry Louise Durst, Miss Agnes Arnold, Mrs. Ed Mahoney, Mrs. Daniel Boone, Miss Zoo Ellen Zeisler, Miss Bob- bie Forester, Miss Catherine Eich- off, Miss Dana Kumpe, Miss Mary Ann Keith, Miss Evelyn Oswald, Miss Cecelia Keith, Miss Mitzi Gulley and Miss Mary Raley. October Circle Making Success Of Bingo Parties Little Rock. Last Wednesday night the Bingo Party sponsored by Catholic October Circle, claim- ed an attendance over that of the first week. The Rev. B. Francis McDevitt the Roy. Henry J. Chin- cry Catholic assistants, did the calling for the bingo and made the evening very enteraining, with promises that eaach Wednesday would be bigger and better, so bring a guest with you for the next party. Next week will be the Big Bingo Party, with many added prizes and gifts, including a set of dishes. The tickets are out for the tur- key dinner for Wednesday night, October 28th. As turkey is going to be a real treat this year, plan on coming, and bring the family. Observance of 'Newman Day' Is Stressed Rochester, N. Y. (El--The Most Roy. James E. Kearney, Bishop of Rochester and Episcopal Modera- tor of the Newman Club Federa- tion issued the following statement in connection with the observance of "Newman Day" on Sunday, ' October 11: "The practice of our Church in dedicating churches, colleges, hos- pitals, and similar institutions to certain Saints, suggests also the .significance and value of dedicat- mg organizations to great figures in our history./ "No more worthy or more ap- propriate selection of a patron for our clubs could have been made than that of the great Cardinal Newman. "I am certain every club will avail itself of the occasion of New- man Day to honor our patron. Every Newman Club member should be familiar with the life and character of John Henry New- man and every college student who would make any claim to cul- ture should be familiar with his writings." The observance of Newman Day is being sponsored by the Newman Club Federation in connection with the anniversary of Cardinal New- man's reception into the Church. A large number of the same 500 Clubs of Catholic students in secu- lar colleges are planning special activities as a part of th obser- vance. satisfactorily, Father Lambert Echclhoff, director, said. Students have learned to "hook up" teams and wagons borrowed from the abbey farm and have scoured the countryside in search of scrap ma- terial. Several truck loads have been hauled to junk dealers, and i the drive will continue inde- ;finitely. 11, there are three pro- Cub, Boy and Seniors. for boys between the and 15, inclusive. Cathedral is one of parishes in the South three movements for boys. of Msgr. Chinery and' Mr. recognize the Cub Pack s suffered because of the its leader into the Army. is a very interesting and all boys between the to 12 should be interest- cubs. All interest- Holy Souls school to attend the meeting 1 7:30 at Holy Soul's 1 former Cubs are ask- this meeting, and parents. St. Andrew's School equal chance at this, as will be Monday 7:30 at St. Andrew's boys are asked to parents, also. So let's boys at one or the Andrew's Cathedral the ages of 12 and Would like to become attend the scout meet- mrsday nights at 7:30 edral Hall. Troop 11 known as the best ittle Rock. So here is Andrew's Cathedral Will meet at Skipper Saturday at 1:30 to boat. This will be meeting. Pat Kelly, Isby, Pat Gilliam and attended the meeting St. Edward's,Annual Bazaar AND CHICKEN DINNER UNDAY, OCTOBER 18th GATHER "SMOKES FOR YANKS" ]It's "Smokes for Yanks"--more than a million ctgarettes--gathercd Iby these girls, pictured with Mayor James G. Steward of the Cin- llnnati USO-NCCS club. Selling bonds to civilians, doing canteen twork at the troop trains, dancing with soldiers and sailors on lea "e, . part 0 the volunteer work contributed by these "Minute Men." IN.C.W.C.) Greater Little Re St. Andrew's Cathedral Masses every Sunday at 6:00, 7:00, 9:00 and 10:00 o'clock; High Mass at 11:00. Masses every unday at Holy Souls Chapel at 7:30 and 8:30. Confessions are on Saturday from 4:00 to 6:00 and from 7:30 to 8:30. Also before the 7:00 and :0O o'clock Masses. Miraculous Medal Novena devo- tions are held every Sunday even- ing at 7:45, concluding with Bene- diction of the Mos Blessed Sacra- mont. These devotions are espec- ially dedicated to the members of the parish serving in the armed forces. On Tuesday evening at 7:45 the regular weekly instruction class will be held in the Rectory. Mem- bers of the Young Peoples club will receive Communion in a body at the 9:00 o'clock Mass. They also will meet in the Parish Hall, Ninth & Louisiana Sts., on Sun- day evening at 8:30. Novena in honor of St. Theresa is held every Wednesday morning after the 7:00 and 8:00 o'clock Masses. On Sunday morning, October 18th, at 10 o'clock, there will be a short meeting of the members of the October circle in the Parish Hall. All are requested to be present to make returns for the first part of October. On Wednes- day evening at 8:15 a bingo party will be held in the Parish Hall under the sponsorship of the Oc- tober Circle. St. Edward's Masses will be celebrated at 5:30, 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00 A.M. Short instruction in all Masses will be on the Commandment, "Thou Shalt Not Kill". All married wo- men of the Parish are to receive Holy Communion in the 7:00 o'clock Mass. Novella of the Sacred Heart of Jesus at 3:00 P.M. Sunday on ac- count of the GRAND ANNUAL BAZAAR in the afternoon. SAINT EDWARD'S ANNUAL BAZAAR AND DINNER begins t" CAKE-WALK sponsored by the St. Edward's P.T.A. on the church lawn immediately after services in church. In the meanwhile all At- tractions and Booths will open. Chicken Dinner at 5:00 P. M. Daily Masses at 6:30 and 8:30 A. m. Daily October devotions at 7:30 P.M. Novena of Our Lady of Perpet- ual Help Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. Social Parish-month Bingo sponsored by the St. Aloysius Sodality, Tues- day night at 8:00. Various attractions. St. Patrick's Church North Little Rock Masses on Sunday at 7, 9 and 11 o'clock. Weekday Masses at 7 and 8 o'clock. October Devotiors and Novena for victory, Sunday afternoon a! ROGOSKI. PLUMBING COMPANY PLUMBING- -HEATING Serving Little Rock Since 1897 307 W. 7th Phone 9942 ! Activities 3 o'clock, concluding with Bene- diction of the Most Blessed Sacra- ITx nt. Sunday is Communion Day for gh'ls of the parish. The Mission collection will be taken up Sunday at the Masses. Peter's Pence offering will be taken up Sunday aat the end of the Masses. The weekly social will be held in the hall at 8 o'clock Monday evening. It will be sponsored by the Altar Society. The commit- tee in charge will be Mrs. John Pruniski, chairman, assisted by Mrs. L. H. Meinert, Mrs. E. The- !rion, Mrs. Charles T. Ryan, Mrs. W. A. McDermott, Mrs. E1 Zawis- lak and Mrs. J. H. Montgomery. Instructions will be held in the rectory at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. Good Counsel Novena for Peace and Victory is held every Sunday afternoon a' 5 p.n. Novena in honor of St. Anthon is held every Tuesday morning af ter Mass. Novena in honor of the Littl Flower and the Most Blessc Sacrament is held every Frida? night at 7:30 p.m. The Novena in honor of Chri:: the King begins tomorrow an: will close on the feast Sunday October 25th. The Blessed Sacra- ment will be exposed at the 7 o'clock Mass on the feast and re- posed at five o'clock with Bene- diction. The St. Anthony Sodality will hold a Parents' night Thursday night at 8 p.m. All parents are invited to attend. A program has been arranged and refreshments will be served. Builders night tonight will be in charge of the Altar Society. Ac- tivities will begin at 8:30. The Good ounsel Unit of the National Council of Catholic wo- men will meet in the hall on Mon- day at 2 p.m. Allsopp & Chapple Booksellers and Satloners 307-309 Main Street r Call @e DAN DEARASAUCH For Office Supplies--Ph. 9612 HIMSTEDT Plumbing & Heating Company Serving Little Rock For More Than 20 Years Installation and Repairs of PLUMBING & HEATING 321 West Capitol Phone 6153 Little Rock, Arkansas Reliable---Satisfactory ll',li Bone Dry BASEMENT HALL Roofing Sheet Metal Work 9th and Sherman Sts. []i Ji E. Horrki|wook IMMEDIATELY AFTER BENEDICTION AT 3 P.M. All Attractions and Booths Will Open :, Chicken Dinner at 5:00 p.m. ADULTS 50c_CHILDREN 35c : All the Usual Booths & Up To Date Attractions COME AND ENJOY THE EVENING ;>i '"" : 7,.':." 209-11 East Markham Street Phone 4-2494 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA,4kJk,JbA k. i, p, "Home for 2: ;rgywear" Reasonable Prices RUBE SCOTT INCORPORATED 1"/-419 Main Street Little Rook, Arksamm vvvvvvVVVVVVV PAGE THREE Catholic Fraternity Honors Alumni In Armed Forces Fayetteville--Phi Kappa Theta, an address given by the Rev. social fraternity for Catholic men Charles McCauley, pastor of St. on the campus of the University Joseph's Church, and spiritual di- of Arkansas here, observed Na- rector of the colony chapter. Fath- tional Service Day on October 5th, er McCauley's talk centered about honoring members of the fratern- the qualities a Catholic serviceman ity who are serving in the Armed should possess, and lauded the Forces of the Nation. spirit of Sacrifice which has char- The observance was nationwide acterized those so serving their for the fraternity, having been country. proclaimed by Edmund L. Flynn, The chapter honor roll was read, national president of Theta Kappa revealing that seven alumni of this Phi Fraternity, of which Phi chapter are now serving in the Kappa Theta is a colony chapter, armed forces. At the national headquarters at The service flag has a blue Catholic University in Washing- n ton, Theta Kappa Phi is maintain- I field, bordered by the colors red ing an honor roll of servicemen. ] and white. At the top of the blue Highlighting the unveiling of [field is placed the coat of arms the service flag in Fayettexille was of Phi Kappa Theta. C hi d up until the time of the Refor- atec sm Awar s mation in London the clergy walk- Gi P pil f od in procession once a year, on ven u s O the Feast of Corpus Christi, from Cheapside to St. Paul's Cathedral. " "" " "uamearm School o,1 the way they recited the Pa- ter Noster (The Our Father) and Little Rock.-- Defense Savings when they arrived at the corner Stamps were awarded as prizes to they all said, Amen! This street lhe pupil in each classroom having is still called Pater Noster Row the highest score in Catechism and the corner is still called Amen during the past month. Those re- Corner. ceiving the prizes, awarded by  :: Msgr. Allen, are the following: He who looks toward' the light Room I, Doris Lewis; Room II, Bernard Flaherty; Room III, Ger- sees no shadow. aldine Flanigan; and Room IV, - 0000o,o0000ow,o0000e-MO000000SON ceived the prizes at Holy Souls School: Room I, Lynn Renfroe; THE HATTER and Room II, Tommy Keen. HATS Perfeet scores were made in MEN'S spelling during the past month by the following: Mary Frances CLEANED AND BLOCKED Heinze, fourth grade; Rose Marie 523 Main St. Ph. 996 Battisto, John Frank Lewis and Thomas Stuart, fifth grade; Eve- , ....... lyn Biltz and Lois Poussard, sixth grade. Those at Holy Souls School making perfect scores in spelling are: Barre Findly, second grade; and Lynn Renfroe, third grade. HANOVER SPECIAL! 3 Plain $1 Cash & Dresses Carry Expert Knit-Wear Blocking And Dyeing The Only Establishment in Westo  Mens $1 Carh, Sult Carry 700 W. Markham Ph. 2-9908 PHONE 6178 L [II$1NI II III I I I 0 [I I II I I 1 F. H. KUIPER, Jeweler 206 West Capitol Phone 2-4724 Little Rock, Ark. DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, WATCIIES, CLOCKS, POTTERY NOVELTIES AND GIFTWARE We repair all kinds of plain and complicated wtches, clocks, and Jewelry. Mail orders solicited. All work guaranteed. Prices moderate. For 25 years head watchmaker of largest local jewelry store. Every Home Should Have A CRUCIFIX, The attractive articles pictured here are on hand at The Guardian religious arti- cle department for immediate delivery anywhere. Add postage to the list price when ordering by mail. No. 133Large Crucifix, of dark walnut, 24 inches in length, fitted with gold bronze, corpus, at... $3.50 (postage and packing 25c extra) No. 130Attractive'crucifix of dark walnut wood and gold bronze corpus, 13 inches in length, at..$1.50 (Postage and packing 15c extra) No. 256--Sick Call Set in crucifix form to serve a double purpose. Made to hang onthe wall or to be taken down and used at the bed-side when the priest calls to attend the sick. Candles, linen finger towels and complete instructions in preparation for the visit of the priest enclosed in hollowed body of cross. 'Made of dark finished walnut to sell for ................................... $2.25 (A Beautiful and Practical Gift) No. 143New Sick Call Crucifix, 15 inches in length, made of highly polished walnut with burnished gold- plated end decorations. This beautiful set is the most expensive sick call crucifix made. It is not pictured above. Complete in sateen lined gift bd- at ................................. $6:50 (Postage and packing 25c extra) 309% West 2nd LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS