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and the ;. A salad hers' ,,ty has who ment hildren ted. {Continued from Page 6) NEW BLAINE towgive a larger comprehension md that the little mustard a few Years ago, has grown to spreading out its various parts of facing the great realities present students of the ay well look on today feeling of gratitude, a fOrmer associates have the welfare of their A cordial welcome was to the members, and a silt- YOU" for their interest, and zeal in furtheri, the of plans and under- of the Association. l',usiness held during the day, Wahl presiding as chair- our honorable president, was absent for lcgiti- ons. Man: new plans were a(lopted. Miss elected presi(lent of and Miss Mary Roll. for the ensuing year. COngratulations. Very interesting feature of a picnic, to which all the Parishes and commup.ities denominations were invit- Were races, contests, has- band music ,nd all A beautiful and by the Academy crowned the (lay. Sisters of New Wish to extend sincere lung of Little Rock and r of North Little Rock, for the picnic and Who helped to make the Perpetua, O. S. B., of a slight illness, Weeks at St. Josepil's Me., will be in Week to attend the In- of our Rt. Rev. Dr. Aretz, who is the dignity of a Mon- e again offer sincere con- At the same time Rev. important meet- the final plans and ar- the new Convent and Benedictine Sisters of Which will be erect- will be discussed. members to at- are: Rt. Rev. Bishop lIonsignoF Aretz and Architect. agreeably ear- ago when Rev. 8:. B., honored us visit. Srs. Ga- and Ganzaga accom- had genuine pleas- a Family Reunion." Sisters from were the happy re- grade teachers' li- their public exami- Rock, Arkansas, ago. Congratula- School at New , Wtll Open next week. The a good attend- the kind parents his Wish. pastor of New go to Little Rock attend the Investiture Re. Rev. Dr. Aretz. WEINER )il llom News,,, published at county seat of Polo- of the oil prospects follows: activities in the of Poin$ett county rich find at Harris- leasing in this lo- was reflected land sale re- in some time, sold the Jones the best rice farms Hierch, trustee, to represent a large Operating in the A large block of! Pared and drilling] is said: I )n in the above sale l )e $70,000 cash, and[ a 300-barrel oil well field. I THE GUARDIAN, OCT. 27, 1923 exercises began with a processional march from the parish residence of the pastor, Rev. W. J. Tynin, led by the clergy, altar boys, and His Lord- ship, Bishop Morris; with Bishop Mor- ris was his Guard of ttonor, composed or the Master of the Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus of Arkansas, E. J. Kerwin, and with him were the fol- lowing Sir Knights: J. P. Kennly, Joe Foti. R. J. Dempsey and Oscar H. Miller. As they marched in full view council is opening the year's adtivi- ties with under the leadership of the of those assembled in front of the.l lecturer. This will be followed as church they were greeted by the third provided at the last meeting with an degree l{nights assembled under the,Annivers.n.v 1)anee on November 16th, leadership of the Deputy G}'.mdi,, "'.,', . "" . .' .... " '  ,q,lle conl3e.l[ Doing ]n existence nero i:mt ht (.tzl:;i ch,_(":":u"w!'a"ye.'dlseventeenyears. We had as om" /,uest p tl an(l lXlllglll; txilx, x, ln i ........   " l'ather Shaffer, who is now stationed assisted by the warden of the council, near Washington, D. C., but at the 'Jas. J l)owl, who stood at aLteltioll witll tim American flag. The Fourth degree Knights nmrched arouud the church with ttis 15ordship, returning to the entrance again; after which the clergy and altar boys and ills Lordship entered accompanied by his Guard of Honor of the five fourth de- gree Knights; they then nmrched down the right aisle of t;-q church back to the entrance, ann remnmd by the left aisle; at which-time ttis Lord- shil) took his place on the throne and his Guard of Honor retired genu- flecting in the center aisle with swords uplifted surrendering tribute to the Cross. At the conclusion of. the Confirmation Class the clergy, al- tar boys and tits Lordship accom- /)anted again hy his Guard of Honor the Fourth Degree Knights nmrched down the center aisle of the church and back again to the parish resi- dence. Thus ended one of the great events of this parish, greater and more beautiful than anticipated. It was a day that many dreamed about but they were gone; and the dream was realized oflly by those who re- mained to .witness it. The beautiful church was commenced b:.Monsigr. J. M. Lucey, who had behn pastor here for 40 years, and who was buried at Fort Smith. Father Lucey was of Arkansas, and it foil to the lot of an- other Arkansan, Father Tyni, to complete it. His work will live as a monument to him and his prcdeces-. SOl:So ,,.,.AIL', ! ,. ., : '."" Council 1153 of the Knights here arc active, progressive and doing some constlctive work, not only for the local council, but such work as all the councils in Arkansas can do with cred- it to themselves and the order. At the meeting on the seventeenth, after literature had been sent to each mem- ber in good standing in the council with a full explanation of the matters to be finally disposed of and with the Grand Knight Bro. Kerwin, taking matters up as he did at the meet- ing, this council on the 17th by an unanimous vote did the following .things: let. Took out $500.00 worth -of Building.and Loan Stocl, maturing in five years and four months at the rate of $62.50 per month; at which time the council will have saved and invested $400.00 of their money but receiving at the end of that time an increase of $1,000 on their own mon- ey. It is the initial step of this coun- cil under Grand Knight Kerwins leadership to own their home in this city at some future time. Second. The council by unanimous vote appropriated a sum of money equal to $1.00 per member in the coundl membership in good standing on December 1, 1928, for the first year, and a similar appropri/ltion for the years 1924, 1925 and 1926, as their full quota to the Knights of Co- lumbus $5,000 Seminary Burse fund for the purpose of aiding His I,ord- ship in maintaining the Seminary, and for the primary purpose of aiding to educate young men for the priest- I ...... tober 26th, he had provided a lecture [ St. John's Branch No. 1007 This (lay f with slides to be held at the Annun- ] was a great (lay in the history of St. elation Academy on the Sacrifice of John's Branch No. 1007. The three the Mass. The lecture will be given degrees of the beautiful Solemn Cere- by Father Campbell of Memphis,[menial of the C. K. of A. was exem- Tenn. Admission will be free to the plified to a class of 15 of St. John's l entire membership and to the congre- Branch. Meeting was called to order gation of this parisl. In about two by l'resident Gee. H. Steimel at 6 p. weeks from that there will be anoth- m. Regular business was transacted, er lecture on the Vatican with slides, and under new husiness, it was order- Two great educational events tlia the ed an(t arranged with the Spiritual Di- present time is in Baltimore. Md. lie nmde the council an mteresung talk on the nmny activities of t;he Catho- lics in that section o, our country. Grand Knight Kerwin announced just before the meeting closed that it lwas his intention te exemplify the fourth degree in the city of Little Rock. Wshington's Birthday, Feb- ruary 22, 1924, making i: a state ex- emplification consisting of all eligi- ble third degree Knights from each of the eight councils in the state. He said there was at the present time every reason why it should be held in the capital city and he hoped that ev- ers, true Knight would take advan- tage of it and become a full fledged Knight of Columbus, because through the :fourth degree Knights more can he done for the cause of education in Arkansas among our own people as well as those not of our faith. He an- nounced it to be his intention to be- gin tim taking of applications on No- vember 7th, which will be the next meeting of this council, Sa'g that he wouhl then see the other councils in the state as to how many desired to awdl themselves of the first oppor- tunity they have ever had to show the people what the Fourth degree really is. We closed with prayer for the de- ceased members of the council. " ,I. V/. . Iranch officers should net f,,:'.:: t arrange for Mass 2or the Dead--,int. ing the month of November. The Su- preme Constitution reads as follows: Annual Mass for the Dead--Each Branch of the order shall have a Mass said annualllr in the month of Novem- ber, for the repose of the souls of all diseased members. Branches should arrange with their pastor or spiritual director for this Mass. The souls of our deceased members look appealing- ly to their living brothers and sisters in the C. K. of A. to help them with prayer and the sacrifice of Mass, so that they may soon enter into the eternal glories of Heaven. Let us reach out our hands to these suffer- ing souls in Purgatory, and by Divine intercession, lift them from their sor- rows to eternal joy. Let us not for- get that in proportion as we help the poor souls, so will others assist us when we are helpless and dependmg upon the prayer of the Church to ob- tnin delvierance from the purging flames. Class Initiation at Engelberg Sunday, Oct. 21, under auspices of Hours 9.12-2-5 Others by Appointment Phones O f fee9890 Res. 4-2681 ANNIE M, BREMYER Chiropractic Physician Consultation Free hood. This was done because at the Hesse Calls Made Day and Night last State council attended by every Grand Knight "and Past Grand Knigh't I and all the state officers the Order] 318 Hall Building Little Rock went on record by a unanimous vote[  ...... to give a $5,000 Seminary Burse fund./:)-" j-: " The other councils in the state can[ now do likewise, and in four years. { the Knights will have their $5,000 rl ' PlN00 BLUFF K n consider- member, and he can only become h CSo member by signing the chalq;er mem- bership list at some regular meeting of the council. The last Thursday of of New St. each month has been fixed by the ChurchThe membership for the luncheon and at ef the Council eight o'clock in the evening. It will Month of Grand be held at the Jefferson Hotel. It will s Administration. be a one dollar a plate affaiL Speak- era will be invited for each meeting 14, the new of the Club. church was ded- The council subscribed for the including Guardian fur one year and ordered guests, ap- the same paid at once. The day The active lecturer appointed by the occasion. At the dedicatory Seminary Burse fund paid up, which will be all to their own honor and glory. Third. Grand Knight Kerwilt or- I ganized a K. C. Luneheon Club. No l dues are to be paid by any member to I the Club. Each and every member in good standing in the council is ligi- ble for membership, but he cannot at- tend a luncheon mttil he has become a 1to lmmg Your Savtaga With t4te (:OSl'00 9ou not oy ofln aplst mffety for ym  and 4 lm t igx ommdd tw a ygr., but yea al Imew that r money m ma'iavafl't. sdld wheuer you may equ . Remmnber hat a snmil araeumt de. hetmqumt depeaiti of mnounts. rector, Rev. A. G. Haeringer, that the Branch go to Holy Communion in a body on All Souls day, Nov. 2nd, when also the Mabs for the Dead will be said. It was also ordered to have a Mass said for the deceased mem- bers of Branch 1007. After the husi- ness session the meeting was turned over to the Degree team, which cer- tainly did its work well, and made a lasting impression on all the candi- dates. St. John Degree team is one of the best drilled teams, if not tie best in the order, as the work done on the 21st was next to perfect, The hall as" nicely decorated with the national colors, and a great number in fact, every C. K. of A. member of the Branch was there that couht possibly attend. Even mothers with babes in their arms, were present to witness this occasion Refreshments, consist- ing of ham, cheese and chicken sand- wiches with hot coffee were served between degrees and at the elope. Also cigars for the men, and chewmg gum for ladies. Branch 1007 now ires a membership of 69 members and more applications on file. the Grand Knight Brother A. C. Ernst " announced that on Friday night, Oc- -  - - '-. M. H. BILTZ Representing the FIRST Company in the FIRST Business of the World New York Life Insurance Company Assets: Over One Billion Dollars Phone 7446, Little Rock, Ark. 801-8 Southern Trust Bldg. Take Your Insurance with Me. PRINTING OFFIC UPPLIES }_',LSK$ DR. F._ J. MAHONEY DENTIST Suite 521-22-23 Doaaghoy Bldg. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. all I U I Mr .Traveler Tourist, Motorist Visitors, Stop at the Coolest Quietesf, Nearest a Just Like Home Place The Freiderica Capitol Ave. & Gaines St. Five minutes to the heart of Little Rock. Send the Guest, we'll do the rest. n Our Brands are perfect Blends the result of , ore than fifty years experience in roasting and blending oL, lv the choicest selection A trial will cmvince you. 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Headaches, Fores's, etc., can't continue when these Idaal Liver Pills are need. One is the dos. Only 25c. Refuse substitutes. U BOYS' PROTECTORY [ Conducted by the Brothers of the Poor of St. Francis, who have taken over the famous health resort, long known as "Armstrong Springs" and adapted the proper equipment for the purpose of giving to  .... , BOYS FROM 10 TO 16 YEARS -" ELi00ARY Ei}UCATION .... Up to and inddding Eighth Grade ...... HEALTH -- DISCIPLINE -- KNOWLEDGE Acquired Within Pleasing Environment For Information and Terms Write: VEN. BROTHER ALBERT, Route No. 3 SEARCY, ARK. St. Joseph's Infirmary HOT SPRINGS The South's Most Famous Sanitarium Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy tHIS TELLS THE WItOLE STORY OF EFFICIENCY -- WITH UCH CONDUCT ST. JOSEPH'S HAS MADE GOOD FOR YIAI AND WITH ALL CLASSES. DEVOTED SISTERS EXCELLENT STAFF MEMBERS COMPETENT NURSE CORPS Well Equipped Building--Of Prominent Location Care in Appointments--Every Room Outside Room Well Ventilated and Lighted Hot Baths Affiliated With U. S. Reservation INFIRMARY - SANITARIUM - REST HOME Professional Attendance For Rrvatiou Apply to REV. SISTER SUPERIOR St. Joseph's Infirmary, Hot Springs, Ark. . i|1 i i i 7 ] ri" i