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Page Six THE GUARDIAN, OCTOBER 17, 1936 =Caiholic ..... Union:or: . Rev. Alphonse Mueller. Spiritual Director T. J. Arnold, President, James Jest, 2nd V-President Loo Hammer, 1st V-Proaldent The proceedings of our Annual Meeting at Fort Smith appear in this issue. I would kindly ask you to read it carefully, especially Resolutions. Copies of this issue have been sent to each secretary of our affiliated societies for dis- tribution to tle members, especi- ally those who are not now sub- Jos. A. Schnitzer, Sec.-Treasurer CATHOLIC WOMEN'S UNION At a separate meeting of the Catholic Women's Union held at Engelberg last Sunday Miss Mary J. Meurer, State President of the Women's Union, gave a resume of the National Convention held in San Antonio, Texas, in September and further explained the program : scribers to The Guardian and is the fondest hope of the writer that they will become subscribers! real soon. The Northeastern District of the Catholic Union was held Sunday, October llth, at Engelberg and a large crowd attended, especially many young people were present. Four new societies were accepted for membership in the Union. The Rev. H. W. Nix, pastor of the host society welcomed the assembly. The Very Bey. Msgr. A. G. Haer- inger, the Reverend Fathers W. J. Kordsmeier, Joseph M. Hof- linger and Michael Daley all made addresses on various phases of Catholic Action. The Rev. Michael Daley was chairman of the Reso- lution Committee. The ladies of the congregation served refresh- ments to the assembled guests. A constitution and a set of by- laws were adopted among which was one setting a definite date for the quarterly district meetings in January, April, July and October, the next meeting to be in Poca- hontas the second Sunday in Jan- uary. Benediction and Te Deum were held after the meeting and attended by all.--T. J. Arnold. For Safety Sake EQUIP Your Car and Truck With Raybestos Lining For Longer Wear---Better Brakes BERY & AL ]Phone 6810 418 Broadway ,'':$:7,7,=:=a Oldsmobile "The Car that has Everything" And For Safety Tested Used Cars See----- Leo Anthamatten at COMMUNITY MOTORS, Incorporated Broadway at Sixth PHONE 4-5574 15 Years Experience it adopted at the recent convention l held in Fort Smith. Miss Florence Liebhaber of En- gelberg was appointed to organize: a mission circle in Engelberg as a Mission Activity. Members were urged to sub- scribe to the Catholic Women's "Bulletin," the official organ of the N. C. W. U., and the following members were appointed on the subscription committtee: Miss Jo- sephine Pfeffer, Engelberg; Miss Amy Carnes, Jonesboro, and Mrs. Theresa Peters, Pocahontas. Two new societies joined the Catholic Women's Union, the Mothers' Society and the Blessed Virgins Sodality of Engelberg. Delegates Albert Schoen, Louis Bartch, Charles Wagner, C. K. A., Subiaco; J. J. Wagner, Little Rock: Ernest Briggler, St. Vin- cent;  "Charles Widower, St. Vincent Paul Geels, Sublaeo; Will Seiter, Mor- risen Bluff; Don Vorster, Subiaco; Gee. Hart. Little Rock; S. J. McNeil, Little Rock; Henry Weisenfels, Morrison Bluff; Matt Koinegseder. Scranton; James Post, Altus; Hermon Weis, Scranton; Augus- tine Penontz. Charleston; Otto Werner Charleston; Leo J. Byrnes, Little Rock; S. ,L Lynch, August Korte, North Little Rock; Henry B. Borgerding, Scranton; Carl J. Meurer, William Margrave, Little Rock; Rev. Father Post, John Ver- furth, Joe Hasslor, Ed. Lutz, Leo Ham- mer, J. H. Kramer, Chas. Gisler, Sr,, L, C. Bogner, Will Wewer, Win. Rupp. Albert Grunert, V. A. Gramlich, Fred Dueber, Jacob Glsler, John Borrengas- seh, Ben Kriener, all of Forth Smith: Frank Geols, Morrlson Bluff; Stephen Sehlaf, Morrtson Bluff; AI. Wi]lems Sublaco, Leo Eezkorn, Subiaeo,, Andrew Kehres, Subiaco; Win. J. Drilling, Mor- rilton, Ark. ;Bruno Linhart, Morrilton Matt Evans, Altus; John Dahlen, Altus; Lea Heinrieks, Charleston; Casper Roll, Altus; Leon J. Sortet, K. of C., Fort Smith; L. I. Wathen, K. nf C., Fort mith; J. A. Caroll, K. of C., Fort Smith; J. J. Heigel, Conway; J. E. Maus, At- kinsi W. A. Maus, Atktns; Herman Sic- bold, Baring, Arkansas. Clergy In Atten,dance Rev. Dr. J. B. Scheper, Ph. D. Rev Father Strauss, St. Charles., Me Rev. Father Alphonse Mueller, O. S. B. Rev. Father Richard Eveld, O. S. B. Roy. Father Bode Mitchel, O. S. B. Roy. Father Alcuiu Kubis, O. S. B. Rev. Father Peter Post, O. S. B. Rev. Father Basil Egloff, O. S. B. Rev, Father Conrad Horda, O. S. B. Rev. Father Lawrence Hoyt, O. S. B. Rev. Father Augustine Linbeck, O. S. B. Solemn High Moss Sunday 10:00 A. M. Celebrant, Rev. Dr. J. B. Scheper, Ph. D. Deacon, Rev. Peter Post, O. S, B. Sub-Deacon, Rev. Alphonse Mueller, O. S. B. Master of Ceremonies, Rev. Alcuin Kubis, O. S. B. Sermon Orator, Rev. Bede Mitchel O. S. B. Monday' Solemn High Mass (For Deceased Members) Celebrant, Rev. Father Alphonse Muel- let00. S. E. Deacon, Rev. Father Richard Eveh! O. S. B. Sub-Deacon, Rev. Father Conrad Herda O. S. B. Master of oremonies, Rev. Father Peter Post, O. S. B. The meeting adjourned nnd the Dole. - gates assembled in the Church for Bene- diction of the Most Blessed Sacrament, and th,singing o the Te Deum. T. J. ARNOLD, President JOS. A. SCItNITZER. Secretary Catholic Hi News Reporters Have Been Appointed Bujarski, Flnan, Kelly, Craig and Hart, Reporters Reliable Tyewriter Company New and Rebuilt Machines Rebait--Repaired Call Us Far Better Work We Can Save You Money No. 8 Arcade Bldg. H. G. Oats Little Rock, Ark. Little Rock.From the student body of Catholic High School a number of boys have been ap- pointed as news reporters for the purpose of assuring the proper publicity for the school activities. The following have their various assignments as reporters: Paul Bujarski, Reid Finan, Win. Kelly, Wm. Craig, and Ed. Hart. It will be the duty of these boys to report to The Guardian and the secular newspapers on i all sport activities and other af- fairs of the Catholic Hi School throughout the year. The high standing of Catholic High as an educational institu- tion as well as the splendid athletic program of the school will offer a rich field for the assignment of the students. /, Welcome Knights of Columbus Visit Our Up-to-Date Men's Clothing Store QUALITY CLOTHES AT REASONABLE PRICES RUBE and SCOTT Inc. 417-419 MAIN STREET LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS Healey &Roth Burial Assn. Licensed by State Bank Department, Securities Division Adequate Protection at Resonable Rates FOR INFORMATION CALL 4-0549 Activities in the State of Arkansas TEXARKANA, ARK. Ripley said that Columbus was born in a half dozen different places according to the claims of as many different cities (and he wasn't sextuplets either) and was buried eight times, which all goes to show that you can't keep a good man down; for as I write this, on the four hunded and forty-fourth anniversary of his great discovery, I note "Oct. 12" in big red letters on the calendar, our national flag flying from the public buildings, in accordance with the President's proclamation, and the name and fame of our great patron more universally acknowledged and honored than ever before It doesn't make so much dif- ference where or when one is born, or the exact date of one's death. Those are two things we have in common with kings and beggars. Look at St. Patrick, there's just as many conflicting rumors about his chronology, and yet even to this day, long after we Irish trans- ferred out membership from the Hibernians to the Knights of Co- lumbus, we still look back with pride on the great work of the Apostle of Ireland, regardless of where or when he was born or died. 7, 7, : $ 7, : -- 7, $ : = $ i. no choice as to the details, we are sure, and we are just as posi: tive that we will die. Its what happens between these two events that _should concern us greatly. Shakespeare said "Man is master of his fate. The fault is not in our stars that we are under. lings" and the great voyage of Columbus proved this. It was no astrological influence that moved him to the fulfillment of his pur- pose. It was his own free will, and determination, in the face of so many obstacles. It was his faith in his God and the correct- ness of his idea, that made the discovery of a new world possible and wrote the name of Christopher Columbus as first among the world's great navigators and benefactors. St. Edward's Council No. 2650 commemorated the discovery of America October 12th in St. Ed- ward's auditorium. That we were born, and had good many candidates Little Rock Council No. 812 Brother John J. Craig, P. S. D., made a splendid radio address last Monday evening over Station i KLRA in behalf of Little Rock Council and in observance of Co- lumbus day. It also gives us great pleasure to congratulate the 4th Degree Knights on their succes- ful termination of their member- ship drive, which will bring in a for the MOTION PICTURE GUIDE CLASS A--Unobjectlonable for General Patronage And So They Were Married And Suddn Death The Bohemian Girl Border Flight Boulder Dam The Bride Walks Out The Dancing P/rate Early to Bed Earthworm Tractor Educating Father The Ghost Goes West Give Us This Hight Girl's Dormitory The Green Pastures Hearts Divided Hearts In Bondage Let's Sing Again The Life of Louis Pasteur Love Begins at Twenty Mary of Scotland My American Wife My Man Godfrey Meet Nero Wolfe Picadilly Jim Public Enemy's Wife Poor Little Rich Girt Poppy Private Secretary The Princess Comes Across Three Cheers for Love Rhythm on the Range Romeo and Juliet San Francisco The Sins of Man Son O'Guns Three Wise Guys Ticket to Paradise Trouble for Two We Went to College The White Angel White Fang CLASS B--Unobjectlonable for Aduls Anthony Adverse The Bridge of Sighs Bullets or Ballots The Case Against Mrs. Ames The Crime of Dr. Forbes Desire Dracula's Daughter The First Baby Florida Speeia! Fury Under Two Flags The Great Zigfleld Give Me Your Heart His Brother's Wlfe Hollywood Boulevard Dangezous First a Girl Forgotten Faces Tbo Robin Hood of El Dorado It's Love Again I Married a Doctor I Stand Condemned The King Stes Out Next Time We Love One Rainy Afternoon Private Number Roaming Lady Show Boat Sing, Baby, Sing. Suzy To MaryWith Love These Three Times Square Playboy Women Are Trouble Yours For the Asking CLASS C---CONDEMNED Secret Agent Soak the Rich Spendthrift Things to Come Two Against the World For yeas U. S. Tires have been the ehotce of makers of flue automobiles and of discriminating motorists... convincing proof of their high quality and all-round performance. II. S. Royais are quality tires inside and out. Safety plies in the body protect you from dagerotm blowoutm...the world- famous U. S. CogwheelTreadprotect$ you from skidding...tough Tempered Rubber protects your poekeibook with dollar-saving long mileage. Come in now and replace worn tires with safe, dependable U. S. Royais. See uJ today while prices are low. t U. S. Royals 4.75x19 $9.10 5.00x19 $9.75 525x18 i0800 U. S. Tires (Guard Type) $5.8o 4.50 x 20 Wright Service Company Service the "WRIGHT WAY" BROADWAY AT SECOND PHONE 6143 :-: LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS Fourth Degree to be initiated Sun- day, October 18th. Our next meeting will take place Tuesday, October 20th. Members are urged to attend. There will be the usual attendance prize. At our last meeting Worthy Chancel- lor Jos. Brewczynski won the at- tendance prize of $2.00. Good Counsel Church St. Anthony's Society The members of Good Counsel St. Anthony Society will receive ' Holy Communion Sunday morning October 18th at the 7 o'clock Mass. St. Anthony Novena Every Tuesday morning after the 6:30 and 8 o'clock Masses. Bles- sing with the relic after the de- votion. Eucharistic Novena Every Friday night at 7:30, the Eucharistic Novena takes place, with congregational singing, per- iod of silent prayer, meditation and Benediction of the Most Bles- sed Sacrament. Rosary Devotion Every morning at the 8 o'clock Mass the rosary devotion takes place during the month of Octber. Bazaar Activities On Monday evening at 5 o'clock October 19th, the annual Bazaar will be held for the benefit of the new church There will be booths of all kinds, and varieties of goods on display. The tango game will be in charge of the Good Counsel Senior Players; the country store, the Holy Name and St. Joseph Society; the penny game, in charge of the St. An. thony Society; also the hit a peg game; the childrens' booth, in charge of the school children; and also the fish pond. Hamburgers and hot dogs will be served Mon- day night by the Altar Society. The three grand prizes will be given away Monday night at 10:30. Every hour from 5 until 11 o'clock there will be a door prize award. On Sunday night, October 25th, the annual Parish Bazaar supper will be held under the auspices of the Altar Society The supper will be served from 5 o'clock un- til 8: The devotion and Bene- diction on Sunday night, October 25th, will be held at 5 o'clock, after which all will go to the hall for supper. GOOD COUNSEL 11 DEFEATS ST. EDWARD'S 36 TO 24 St. Edward's opened the scor- ing early in the first quarter with! Serri, fullback receiving from Ross scoring the first touchdown for Good Counsel with Bujarski, quarterback, scoring two. Ross carrying the ball down to the 50 yard line was downed by Muel- ler. Pass from Ross to Serri was intercepted by Bujarski with in- terference by Schay and Cham- bers enabling Good Counsel to score Serri also scored. D. Vick fast left half receiving pass from H. Vick for touchdown intended for Bujarski. Good Counsel open- ed the fourth quarter with Sout- ter receiving and downed by Wen- dler on the 10 yard line with H. Vick scoring. In the last quarter Serri plunged through for the fi-i hal score. The game was played i i LATEST STYLES High Quality Reasonable Priced SHOES $2.65 $3-3o 210 Main Street Others Stores at 314 Main St., Pine Bluff 320 Main St., Jonesboro tJ. office and Residence Phone 2-2684 Dr. Annie Ms Bremyer Chiropractor 14 Years Ex- perience as a Graduate Nurse 310 E. 9th St, Little Rock, Arkansas at City Park Field on Thursday, October 8th.--Reporter. THIS IS PATRIOTISM. "Ade- quate and rational patriotism should be quite as active in peace as in war, and it should extend to every matter that affects the common good. If patriotism is love of country its only rational and concrete meaning is love of i the people who inhabit the try and compose the Therefore, its ultimate object the same as that of the namely, the common and Church, N. C. Washgto C. God, and God alone, knowS wills, and can give us more we know how to ]emre. SECURING FOR HOME MISSIONS THE EDUCATION AND WORTHY ECCLESIASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN'S HOME SEMINARY Any full Burse or Sharee|nb an Incomplete Burse may be donated. large or small, wiil gratefully received and recorded. A Burse Is a Sum of Money Invested and Drawing Enough Interest to Board. Lodging and fratning for one Seminarian. Requests for Further Information and the Benefits Shared by like wise all Donations. should be sent to the Rector, Rt. Rev. Msgr. P. Gaffney, Ph.D., St. John's Seminary, Little Rock, Arkansas. ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY BURSES M. P. Gcngler COMPLETE Alumnus, 1934 ............... St. Mary's Burse, Hot Springs; Msgr. Monsignor Tynin .............. Tobin Burgs, Little Rock; Alumni Father McDaid, 1926 ......... Burse, in honor of St. John, the In Memory of Msgr. Aretz Baptist; Bishop Eyrno Burse; Rev Joachim F. Galloni Burse. Total ......................... $ BISHOP FITZGERALD BURSE SACRED HEART Incomplete Previously acknowledged---.$1 Thanksgiving .................... This Burse is a memorial to the Good Counsel Holy Name So. Most Reverend Edward Fitzgerald, Miss M. P. Gengler ......... second Bishop of Little Rock. Thanksgiving, Clarendon .... From a Benefactor ........ : ..... $ 50.00 Pupils St. Anne's Academy._. 25.00 Anonymous, Hot Springs.__ 50.00 Anonymous, N. L. It- .......... 100.00 Msgr. GaHegher, Mena .... 100.00 Anonymous, addn. sums rec'd 226.25 Anonmous, addn. sums rec'd 480.00 For favors received .......... 2.00 Anonymous, Hot Springs __ 25.00 Anonymous ...................... 430.00 Anonymous, adds. sums .... 99.40 Mrs. J. J. Keller ........... 5.00 Thanksgiving .................. l.O0 Anonymous ........................ 68 Victor Koers, Little Rock .... 100.00 Mrs. Ernest Botto, Ft. Smith 100.00 Total $1,769.88 ALUMNI BURSEIN HONOR OF THE BLESSED TRINITY This Barge is the second founda- tion made by the Priests wh were ordained from St. John's Seminary. It Is open to the clergy and the peo- ple in general who have the work and interest of the Seminary at heart. Previously acknowledged .... $ 101.00 In memory of llugh McDevitt 25.00 Raymond Maus, Atkins ........ 25.00 Appreaiation, Slovaktown ....... 25.00 Alumnus 1914 ................... 20.00 Alumnus 1914 ..................... 20.00 Alumnus 1910 ....................... 10.00 Alumnus 1919 .................... 20.00 Alumnus 1928 ...................... 20.00 Alumnus 1924 .................... 25.00 Alumnus 1924 ................... 20.00 Alumnus 1925 ..................... 25.00 Alumnus 1926 ....................... 20.00 Alumnus 1026 .................. 10.00 Alumnus, 1927 ..................... 10.00 N. N., Paragould, Ark ......... 10.00 Friends of Little Flower, Dixie, Arkansas ................. 10.00 In memory of Jno. M. Murray 10.00 Jubilee Offering, Hot Springs 10.00 Iu memory of Mrs. H. McMahon ........................ 1O.00 Memorial Crusade Unit ............ 38.81 In memory of J. M. Schwartz ......................... 20.00 In memory of Mary F. Fiaherty ................ ____ 100.00 Thanksgiving, Morrflton .-- Missionary Club, Stuttgart.-- Morrilton Friend ............ Thanksgiving, M. O. H .... Mr L,. P. Zurchor _. A Friend, Paris ............... Spl. Intention, Mrs. E. M.-- Jubilee Offering Pocahontas A Friend, Paris ........... St. Mary's School, Lake Village, Ark. _ George Reidmuller ....... Favors through St. Anthony Seminary Sunday D'tlons Spl. Intention ............... Eareseh Family Mr. & Mrs. M. Blitz Seminary Sunday Donations, 1982 ...... Donation, Mrs. S. Mrs. A. Hart ................. Mrs. Fred Margrave  "J" Morrilton ................. Relative of Student .... Father Haeringor ........... Thanksgiving ................... Gee. Bergma ............. In memory of Msgr. Aretz. Anonymous Thanksgiving .................... Holy Angels Aeadmny, Jonesboro, Arkansas ToI KNIGHTS OF This Burse is a foundation Arkansas State Council to John's Seminary in the eandidatee for the Thanksgiving ........... M. P. Gengler ............. State Councils, 1926 .... State Councils .............. State Councils, 1928  State Councils, 1929 ...... 1 State Council ................. $ , State Council ................... Addn. Sums reed ................ State Council, 1982 ......... State Council, 1988 ....... Statu Council, 1934 ...... State Council, 1985 Total : ( WHERE T 0 HEAR ALTUS.--Mass on Sunday at 7:80 and 10:00. June, July and August at 7:00 and 9:00. Second and fifth Sunday sec- ond Mass is at Coal Hill. ATKINS.lst, 2nd and 4th Sunday at 8'00. 3rd and 5th Sundays at 8:00 and 10:00. Holdays of Obligation at 6".80 and 8:00. June let to September Ist all Sunday Mass an hour earlier. BALD KNOB.Mass on Sunday at 7:80. BLYTHEVILLE, Immaculate Concep- tion.--Masses on the first Sunday at 7, on the second, third and fourth Sun- days at 10:80. BATESVILLE.Mass at 10:00 en 2nd Sunday, on 4th Sunday st 8:00. BAUXITE, Mexican Camp Chapel. Mass on the second Sunday of the month nt 8:45. BRINILEY.Ist, 2nd and 4th Sun- days at 8:80. On 8rd Sundays at 10:80. During the summer all Masses on Sun- day at 8:80. CAMDEN.--Mass on Sunday in sum- mer, May-October at 7:00 and 9:00. In winter at 7:30 and 9:30. CARLISLE.Mase every other Sun- day at 9:30. CHARLESTON.--Mass Ist, 8rd, 5th Sunday at 8:00 and 10:30. (After May 1st at 7:80 and 10:0O. 2nd and 4th Sunday at 10"80. (After May 1st at 10 :O0. CLARKSVILLE.--lst and 8rd Sun- day at 10:00. 2nd. 4th,Jth Sunday at 8 :O0. CONWAYSt. Joseph's--Masses on Sunday from October to June at 7:30 nd 9:45. Summer schedule: Masses at 7 and 9:13. CRAWFORDSVILLE. Sacred Heart-- Masses on the second Sunday at 8; on the fourth Sunday at 10:80. DARDANELLE.  First Sunday at 10:00. June 1st to Sept 1st 9:00. DEVALLS BLUFF.--2nd and 4th Sunday at 10:00. DEQUEEN.Mass on the first, third and fifth Sundays at 10; on the sec- ond and fourth Sundays at 8. EL DORADO.--Holy Redeemer--Mas- ses on Sunday at 7:30 and 10:00. Dur- ing summer at 7:00 and 9:00. ENGELBERG.St. Johns. Mass on every Sunday at 9:80. FAYETTEVILLE.--Mass every Sun- day at 9:00. FOREMAN.--Mass on the lst0 3rd and 5th Sunday at 8:00; on the 2nd and 4th Sunday at 10. FORREST CITY.--St. Franeis--Mass on the 1st, 8rd and 6th Sunday at 10:80. On the 2nd and 4th Sunday at 8. Holydays at 7. FORT SMITH.--Immaculate Concep- tion. Sundays at 6:00, 7:30, 9:30 nnd I1:00. Devotions in honor of Our Moth- er of Perpetual Help on Tuesday eve- ning at 7:80. FORT SMITH, St. Boniface--Masses on Sunday at 6:00, 7:30 and 9:80. On Holydays at $:80 and 8:00. FORT SMITH--Church of Christ the King.--Masses on Sunday at 7, 0 and 11:80. On Holydays at 7 and 9. GILLETT.2nd and 4th Sunday from April to October at 8:00. From October to April at 10:80. GRADY.--Mass on the first Sunda at 8: on the third Sunday at 10:80. HOPE.--lst, 4th Sundays at 8:00; 2nd, 8rd and 5th Sundays at 11:00. Col- ored Mtssion--4th Sunday at 10:00. HARRISON.Every Friday at 8:0O. HELENA, St. Mary's -- Mass on Sun- day at 7:80 nnd 10:00. HOT SPRING, St, John's--Low Mas- ses at 6:00 and 8:00. High Mass at 10:80, HOT SPRINGS.St. Mary's- Mas- ses on Sunday at 8:00 and 10:80: en Holydas of Obligation at 7:80 and 0:00 HOXIE, Mary Immaculate. -- Mass every Sunday at . JONESBORO.--Blcsscd Sacrament.- Masses on Snnday et 8 and 10. KNOBEL., St. George. -- Mass on the first Snnday at 7:45; on the 3rd Sun- day st 10:80. LAKE VILLAGE.-- St. Mary's. Masses on Sunday at 8 and 10. LITTLE ROCK. St. Andrew's Cathedral --Winter schedule: Low Masses at 6:00, 7:00, ad 0:00. High Mass at 11:00, Evening devotions at 7:45 Masses at 7:00 and 8:00 at Holy" Souls Chapel 8:00 LITTLE ROCK.--St. Masses on Sunday at 5:81 11; on Holydays of 0:80 and 10:00. LITTLE ROCK.--Our Lady Counsel Church -- Masses at 7, 9 and 10:80; and 9. MAGNOLIA.--2nd Sunday MARCHEs--Immaculate Winter schedule: Mass mer schedule: Mass at 9 MARIANNA, St. Mass on the let, 8rd and at 8:00. On the 2nd and at 10:80. Holydays at 9:00 MARKED TREE.--Mass second Sunday of the McCRORY.--Mass on the at 9:80; 8rd Snnday at McGEHEE.Mass every 8a.m. MENA.--From May I to Sunday Mass at 8:15; to May I, Sunday MORRILTON.Mass on 7:80 and I0:00. Summer to Sept,, inclusive, at 7:00 MOUNTAIN at 10:30. NEWPORT.Mase at 9:00 3rd, 5th Sunday at 7:00 on day. NORTH LITTLE --Sunday Masses during 9 o'clock. Benediction NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Masses during the winter during the summer at 7 OSCEOLA--Mass on fourtb Snnday at 8. PARAGOULD.Masses 3rd and 6th Sunday at 7: on the 2nd Sunday at 4th Sunday at 7:80. PARIS.--Masses at 8:00 from Sept. 15 to May 9:00 from May 15 to days of Obligation at 6:00 PINE BLUFF.--Mass at POCAHONTAS.  Summe at 7:00; 2nd Mass at 9:00. Mass at :0; 2nd Mass 'PRESCOTT.--lst, 5t and 10:00. RATCLIFF.Winter on 2nd and 4th Sundays mer schedule--Mass at 7 RECTOR.--Mass on the at 7:30; on the 4th at 10:00 RUSSELLVILLE.2nd days at 10:00; June 1st 9:80. SEARCY.--Mass on SLOVACTOWN.--SundaY days of Obligatlen at 10:0 winter.--Mass at 9:00 mer. STAMPS.Mass on at 10:80: on the 8rd Sun 1st, 3rd and 4th 0:00; on 2nd and 6th From October till April 4th Sunday at 8:00 and 5th Sundays at 8: ST. VINCENTS.---St. Mass on Sundays and 7:00 and 9:30 all SUBIACO, Subtaco Masses on Sunday at 7:30 and 9:80. - MS SULPHUR SPRING. 2nd Snnday at 8:30. TEXARKANASt. --Summer schedule: t7 and 9; winter 8 and 10:00. TONTITOWN.--Mass on and 10 A. M. VAN BUREN.--Mass WARREN.Mass on Sunday at 8:80. WEINER--Mass at Sunday and at 10 on of the. month. - 2sd, vrYNNE.Mass on tBe . 5th Sunday at 9:30 : Ist Su " 3rd Snnday at 10:80. Hodvdeys at 9 &clock. WEST Chureh.--Mass every