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PAGE TWO St. Luke's Mission Chtlr,:h, Cathedral Pupils Honor Sr L, ellne Warren, Has New :or OLnleFc?kaStadawYdnesday a special program was arranged as a surprise program for Sister M. Celine, whose feastday was cele- brated on that day. The pupils of St. Andrew's thoroughly enjoyed taking part in the following pre- sented for Sister: Recitation, Otelia Drew Brahms Lullaby, Sung by all the pupils Jolly Breeze, piano, Mary Cath- : erine Hall. Summer Days, piano, Rita Ann Bray Gliding, piano, Ann Robinson Trumpet Solo, Philip Johnston Sweetheart Waltz, accordion, Lois Poussard Stepping Stones, piano, Janet Lee Jones Trombone solo, Austin Haya Over the Waves, accordion, Bev- erly Balch THE GUARDIAN, OCTOBER 30, 1942 Warren Pastor Trojans Win, 12-6, In University_ City Upset Subiaco.-- The Trojan football lit is only fair to say that the line team of Subiaco Academy pulled play of little Ed Herlein and big Rev. John E. Murphy another "upset" last Friday night to remain undefeated and among the ranks of legitimate claimants to state con-conference champion- ship which is shared with another team three years ago. Playing at i I,'ayetteville, the Subiaco boys out- maneuvered the heavier and very able Bulldogs of the university c,y, to win a 12 to 6 verdict. In tl;is game the outweighed Tro- jans played the only style of foot- bah likely to be effective against supm'ior weight well used. They kicked out of danger, held with the death grip when forced back t,, [heir goal, and laid for the "breaks." Outrushed by about 100 yards, and with the first downs :,ainst them in a ratio of nearly 55 o 1, the Catholic boys never- Frank Perona, with that of Johnny Nolle at guard and "Seabee" Siebenmorgen at center, stood out. Phil Herlein, the Trojan general- issimo, llayed his usual great game, and was ably abetted by Carl (Hoot) Lueken, returned to the fold after four weeks of idle- ness enforced by a broken hand. Chuck Barclay. and' Chick Nolle were other stars in the backfield. The Trojan lineup at the start was: Ed Herlein, 1. e., Perona, 1. t., Murphy, 1. g., Siebenmorgen, c., J. Nolte, r. g., Sacra, r. t., F. Gar- rell, r. e., Chick Nolte, q. b., Barclay, r. h., Lueken, 1. h., P. Her- lein, f. b. This same group of stalwarts likely will start next Friday night when the Trojans meet the Crim- 0000noSoo 0000emso00ve00 ahoa00 on another dan00erou00 Accordion Solo, Geraldine Mas- he score board, where the real foe, at Paris in their only "home" sery. payoff is chalked up. game of the season. It will be Reverie, piano, Geraldine Flani- Council 1 The first of two Subiaco tou'ch- the Subiaco homecoming. gun t downs came on the last play of the Sublaco Queen Chosen Presentation of Spiritual Bou- first half as Leston (Butch) Sacra, Miss Hattie Lee Campbell, Warren.  St. Luke's Church, Stanowski, when appointed to St. quet, Geraldine Mastery  1 he tackle position vacated by !he converted halfback who took Paris, has been chosen as home- Winand s Mission, McGehee, in Stella Mia, accordion, Rose 1 _.,J,[l-"  Hank DeSalvo, injured in the first coming queen of the Trojans. She 1938, went about the completion Marie Battisto tJfC K of the renovation of the little War-i aLll game of the season, intercepted a is a Paris high school girl, elected short Bulldog pass and ran 65 by vote of the academy student ren mission church. Until this Abbot P And Ilffb of t yards to goal. Only three Trojans body. Her maids are Miss Imo- year the Warren mission has been Father a part of the St. Winand's mis- Faculty Members . A l figured actively on the play as gene Beck, Subiaco, and Miss mt r.ctor I siGn territory, the Subiaco outfit was surprisingly Rosemary Henderson, Paris. All fide:e at Considerable work on the in- Attend Texas Frohc | k-dt[  t switched from defense to offense, three girls received a good vote not1, c,m- terior was done by Mr. Robert Subiaco. President Paul M. I  Eddy Herlein, little firebrand of a in the spirited balloting, but Miss e i:trs Smith a former parishioner of St Nahlen of Subiaco Academy, the I -  Trojan end, charged the Bulldog Campbell led by close to three to ].' [Luke's, who built the platform Rev. Francis Zimmerer, and' the I  passer to spoil his aim, Sacra in- one over her nearest opponent, t. ::,1 e's for the altar, constructed an altar Rev Justin Wewer, of the faculty, I  . - old resl'ent  tercepted and chugged for goal, Miss Beck. xce 1 or railing, a confessional, and a vest- ,, ,, " J" Arn , p a attended a Fall Frolic at Muens- I Park Hill No. Little Rack  and Frank (Lulu) Perona, big After Russellville, the Trojans mnth. ment case, installed electric lights ter-Lindsay, Tex., last Sunday. I G H Kenk'! secretary Brinkley  tackle, wheeled over from the will face Catholic High of Little : pll,ula- and personally donated a sanct- The afir was put on by the IZ Leo Hummer'treasurer 'Ft Smith  other side of the line to mow down Rock, Springdale, Bauxite, anad t. : 5' 1 e's I uary lamp. to tleir Each summer students from St. Northwest Texas alumni chapter/ j. j. Duorr. 'l st vice-pre,|'dont,  interference including the safety. Van Buren on successive week- of Subiaco Academy, as a benefit I Charleston  Despite this pretty piece of field ends. ave lelLd-John's Seminary try to includethe for the Arkansas Catholic board-lMrs Mary Burke, 2nd vice-president,  work, the game might well have t C:10rj.! great love their little Warren mission in their itinerary ing school. En route to and from,  Pocahontas 2 ended in a 6-6 tie except for Phil "  -- - urch. for catechetical instructions. Ca- President Nahlen made several  Victor Kordsmeier, 3rd vice-president,  and Ed Herlein, two brothers ing o: t: ,e , ilditg be- teehists have been in the Warren business stops. , Morr!lton ......  whose heartbeats are as one where ] 3, wl n th,  lev. Chas. mission every summer except one,   ev. Alpnonae Mueuer, u..m., Z football is concerned. From the then t Pit. Blutf, was since the inception of the instruc- Brother Felix J Malachowski  spiritual director/ Charleston  bag of tricks they pulled out a of th, r is,  . Father Ilion plan. " has resigned his office with the i '"  touchdown pass formula that has Sheriff of this County and enlisted I Memorial Breakfast by Branch been good for one or more tallies   *    ' ' " ' with the Army.. The Council ...... will No 7g an_d 1133 ..fiT" I be hel_el __n-Ru every game. After sucking in the 8ht f ( I ,h, St (" I lose one of ts progresmve mem-l_ a .o -er 8--a'-" E-ards pass defense with line plays, Phil   BOYSCOUT$ ( . o y,ove'no m : w bers, but the Army needs men of ,be Phenomenal finally rifled a t_ F" "[''-1" n] s 0 0 um s al In,:l Felix's caliber, and we feel quite Church at 8:30 Mass. This Mem- pass into the flat, and Eddy took Ne sure he will give a good account :orial Communion Breakfast is be- it over his shoulder without break- of h!mselfduring this world-wide ing held for the deceased members ing his stride and streaked down I::, u "" "'-'''2-- l*'[ WS con[net. es ot luc, ellX ........... 'the sidelines for goal. No enemy o mese wo rancnes ana or me hand touched even a hem of Ed- Pack 11, St. Andrew's ,Cathedral Warren, a small frame building, erected by the famed missioner, Father Matthew Seattle, O.S.B., is nov under the care of the Rev. John E. Murphy, who received this appointment recently. Murphy, formerly assistant rector at the Cathedral, has residence at St. Mary's Hospital, Dermott, con- ducted by the Benedictine Sisters, and {he Hamburg mission.' Mass is celebrated in St. Luke's Church each Sunday, except for the last Sunday of the month. In a sparsely Catholic popula- tion, the parishioners of St. Luke's have remained faithful to their religious practices and have tend- ed with mission church. Remodeling of the building be- gan in 1933, when the Rev. Chas. Stanowski, then at Pine Bluff, was in charge of the mission. J. P. Reynolds We are progressing satisfactorily towards the fulfillment of an obligation voluntarily assumed by the councils of this jurisdiction, and l a report will soon be forthcoming telling us that the subscriptions to the Catnolic Fraternity fund has been forwarded to the proper au- thorities. Now, that wasn't a big job, but it is a good deed, and it is safe to assume that no knight miss- ed a meal, sacrificed a good smoke, i is not so painful that you will need an anesthetic to go through with or even passed up a coke to make this donation possible. It could hfirdly be called a sacrifice because the personal efforts put forth to accomplish it weren't strenuous enough to cause a ripple, or add a single palpitation to a heart beat, but its collective effect was good. Suppose we got really enthusiastic about our Knights of Columbus, were willing to make some sacri- fice of time and money, and would gladly pool our efforts towards the fulfillment of some worth while objective. My! what wonderful things we could accomplish. Well here is another thing that's dragging a little and might be classed as unfinished business. It McCASKILL DRUG STORE Your Druggist Phone 32 204 SOUTH MAIN ST. WARREN, ARKANSAS it, and which measured in money values to the individual, would certainly be on the rigit hand side of the decimal point in any finan- cial statement. That's the Guard- ian Picture Service that we have sponsored. Notice in this issue of The Guardian the names of the councils that have sent in their quota. Is your council among them? It isn't because your coun- cil doesn't intend to join the oth- ers in this splendid work, it isn't because the amount required is large, either to the individual or the council, that your quota has not been sent in, that the name of your council is missing. It is be- cause nobody has taken the initia- tive to bring up the matter at your council meetings, and push it to completion. November offers many occasions for council activities. There are Thanksgiving day, Armistic day and Hallowe'en, on the gay and festive side, which should be pop- ular among soldiers away from home. November is also the month in which our minds are especially dwected to our dead. Mass and Communion for the repose of the souls of our departed brothers, and commemorative exercises, are cer- tainly in order. THIRD DEGREE COUNCILS nEWS ACTIVITIES IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS Council 812 Next Tuesday night, November 3rd., will be regular meeting night for the Council. All Members pos- sible should endeavor to be present and greet the new Members on a friendly basis of fraternity. Brother Pete Merloni has given up his position as Cqch of Ca- tholic High School, in Urder to en- ter the armed services of his Country. The Members all wish you the best of luck, Pete, in your new field of endeavor. You Never Pay More at DAUGHERTY'S THRIFT DEPT. STORE Warren, Arkansas Word has just been received from Brother E. J. Pope, Jr., through his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Pope, Sr., advising that he has again reached a western hem- isphere port, after a long and dan- gerous trip from the Suez Canal, and other parts of Egypt. The cablegram was dated at Parama- ribo, Guiana, north of Brazil, in the Trinidad Islands waters. This is Eddie's second trip through the war zones. He was in Java when the Japs bombed Pearl Harbor, and his ship had to come home most of the way below the Equator. Captain William B. Randolph, A. C., is now attached to the Lake Charles Army Air School, 483th S. Squadron, Lake Charles, La. Captain Randolph, in a letter to Grand Knight, John R. Helbron, states that he is now a Squadron Commander, and is much impres- sed with the Army Air Corps. CongratuIations, Captain R an- dolph. Sergeant H. Joe Sutton, who is attached to the Weather Bureau Division, of the Army Air Corps., Mobile, Ala., made a surprise visit last week to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Granville Sutton, and grand father, Brother Joseph P. Mitchell, 1617 Battery Street. Brother Sut- ton is about all that is left at Mo- bile, from his Division, all the oth- ers have been transferred, prin- cipally to New York State. Mr. and Mrs. Thee. J. Arnold, 109 Sylvan Hills, Park Hill, North Little Rock, have returned from a delightful visit with relatives in Corpus Christi, Texas. Brother Theodore is still advising his friends of the wonderful fishing waters in the vicinity of Corpus Christi. He states that his catch was far above the average, which is quite natural. Mr. William S. Allen, Architect, 708 North Ash Street, Brother of the Rt. Rev. Msgr. F. A. Allen, Rector St. Andrew's Cathedral, has entered the Armed Services of the United States, to do his part in the defense of his Country. The Members of this Council wish you the best of luck, Brother Allen. deceased Supreme President, Dr. Felix Gaudin, K.S.C., Supreme President W. E. Byrne of Houston, i Texas, will be present for the occasion and several other Su- preme and State Officers will at- !tend. Mr. Leo J. Byrne is chair- man of this arrangement commit- tee and expects every Catholic Knight in Greater Little Rock to be present, this to include both adult and juvenile members. T. J. Arnold, 'member of Branch No. 79, has been signally honored in that he has been appointed state representative on the committee at Large of the Catholic Central Society of America. This appoint- ment was made by the President, Win. H. Siefen, New Haven, Conn. G. H. Kenkel, Brinkley, the gen- ial State Secretary of the C.K. of A will also attend the Communion Breakfast and hen leave for a visit to Saint Louis, Missouri, where he will visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Kenkel on the oc- casion of the celebration of their Golden Wedding on November 15th. Mr. F. P. Kenkel, K.S.G. K.H.S. is Director of the Central Bureau of the Catholic Central Society of America and the Cath- olic Knights of America in Ark- ansas wish the Jubilarians many more happy and joyful years to- gether. Miss Bobble Ehemann of Branch 79 has been elected Treasurer of the Arkansas t-Iairdressers and' Cosmetologists Association at their Annual Convention held at Hotel Marion, Sunday, October 26th. Congratulations are in order. Miss Bobble is also Program Chairman of the Arkansas State Fraternal Congress to be held in Little Rock on Saturday, October 7th, and she is also on arrangement committee fox" the memorial communion Breakfast, Sunday, November 8th. Rev. E. J. Yeager, Pastor of St. Pauls Church, Pocahontas, and member of Branch 79 will hold the memorial service for Dr. Felix Gaudin, K.S.G. deceased Supreme President of the C.K. of A. and honorary life member of the Ark- Compliments Merchants and Planters Bank Since 1890 Member F.D.I.C. dy's tight-fitting uniform. The Bulldogs with their power- ful and vigilant line smothered both of Subiaco's conversion at- tempt. While every Trojan was a star on defense on many occasions, ansas State Fraternal Congress to be held Saturday, November 7th, at Hotel Marion, Little Rock. Mr. Gee. H. Steimel, Past State President and' State Organizer re- ports that Brother John Vorster of Paris Branch has taken the lead in the race for securing new mem- bers for the order with Brother Tom Ehemann of Atkins a close second. Little Rock, Fort Smith, Conway and the other Branches and Organizations will have to hustle if they want to stay in this race for the prizes to be awarded at the next state convention. New Cubs of Pack 11 will be invested November 1, in the Ca- thedral after Novena devotions and before Benediction. Troop 11 St. Andrew's Cathedral Troops 11 meets every Thursday night, so, fellows, let's show more interest in our troop. Let's see how many fellows we can have at the next meeting. DERMOTT GROCERY AND COMMISSION WARREN, ARKANSAS The Warren Contracting MACK GRAHAM, Manager WARREN MOTOR SUPPLY Complete Parts Service N.A.P.A. National Automobile Parts Association , ## Plumbing, Sheet Metal and Electrlcal Work TELEPHONE 1 Warren, Arkansas Holy Ghost Fathers on At Conway Conway.--Nine priests of der of the Holy Ghost meet in retreat at St. Parish Church here this the Rev. Thomas rector of the Southern Band, as retreat master. Assisting in the work of parish in the place of the Anthony Lachowsky, Father Provincial Order whose headquarters Washington, D. C. Father Provincial was the Regis C. Guthrie, procurator. The Holy Ghos Fathers from parishes in Arkansas Oklahoma. The Arkansas making th retreat were as The Rev. James A. Riley sistant, St. Joseph's Church, way; The Rev. Anthony L sky, pastor,-St. Joseph's Conway; The Rev. Charles fer, pastor, Sacred Heart Morrilton; The Rev. Andrew Sheridan, assistant, St. Colored Parish, Hot Rev. John M. Haines Gabriel's Colored Springs; The Rev. Edward F. son, pastor, St. Cyprian Helena; and The Rev. Pa thy, St. Johns the Baptist Fort Smith. Out of town priests were: Rev. Daniel C. Bradley, St. ca's Church, Tulsa, Okla.; Th Maxin Therou, Uganda 1YI Church, Oklumgee, Okla.; Rev. Collins Provincial and' Rev. Regis C. Guthrie, proc from Washington, y.C. Catholic Aid Society Holds Regular Meeti00 Little Rock.--The Cathedl Society met at the Parisl October 5th, Mrs. Jerry presiding. The treasurers showed a balance of $220.63, Discussion centered ar, question of making the / ings attractive enough t ladies to give their time meetings. Miss Eagen a question box which placed in some available these questions would the material for a round cussion, headed by one of the priests. Mrs. was appointed to act as pu chairman for the remainder year. It was voted that the ings will now begin at 2:C instead of 2:30. Hostesses afternoon were Mrs. Mrs. Hart. The next be at the parish hall MondaY,' vember 2. HERRING CLEANERS COMPELTE TAILORING SERVICI/ Phone 405 We advise sensible moderation in funeral costs. Res devotion are not dependent on lavish display. Every should think in terms of what is fitting and proper orialization. We leave the decision to you. You know how much afford to spend--we see to it that you get the maximum in'merchandise and service. You are assured of a reverent and dignified ceremonyand there are no charges. FRAZER'S FUNERAL J. B. FRAZER Ambulance Service PHONE 503 Compliments of Warren, THE HURLEY g FURNITURE (0. -======== Warren Cotton Oil and Manufacturing Co. The Home of "SUNLITE" Fertilizer Cottonseed Products Fertilizers Artificial Ice Domestic Coal Warren, Arkansas .(