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and SOCIAL,0000A ITEMS  * SUBMITTED or Send Social Items to The Gua d a j 309 West Second St., Phone 5486, by I MUST BE Tuesday. \\; SIGNED Blackwell-Kordsmeier Juanita Kordsmeier, daugh- Mr. and Mrs. George P. of Morrilton and St. became the bride of Staff Owen Blackwell, U.S. Corps, Monday morn- 19th. Rev. W. J. of Jonesboro, uncle bride, performed the core- at the 101st Medical Re- Battalion Chapel, Camp T. Robinson, after which party and families went Hotel, where a breakfast was served. Mildred Laux of Morrilton, ef the bride and only at- wore peach taffeta with shoulder-length veil and bandeau in her hair. She a Colonial bouquet of rain- Colored flowers. :, Kordsmeier gave his daugh- raarriage. She was in white made on princess lines, lace yoke and insets of in the shirt. Her veil of illusion was held a coronet of lace and n Flowers * for * , All Souls Day * , Beatty of the Beatty * , Farm will have cut * , for sale at Calvary * , all day Saturday * Sunday. Get your cut * and wreath decora-* Mrs. Beatty at the * entrance.. * **** * ** ** * * * * seed pearls. The bride carried a prayer book covered with a white orchid and staphanotis. The bridegroom, son of C. O. Black- well of Little Rock, and the late Mrs: Blackwell, was attended by Fred C. Young of Little Rock. The bride is a graduate of Font- bonne College, St. Louis, and a members of Kappa Gamma Pi, national honor sorority for Cath- olic college women. The bride- groom was graduated from Little Rock High school and Little Rock Junior College and was employed by the Southwestern Bell Tele- phone Company when called into service. The couple will make their home in Washington, D. C. The October Circle of St. An- drew's Cathedral will sponsor a Hallowe'en dance in the Cathedral Parish Hall, 9th & Louisiana Sts., on Friday night, October 30th with Mrs. E. R. Kemp as chairman. Costume wearing is optional. Ad- mission 75c a couple and 50c stag. Everyone is cordially invited to come to the dance, the last activity of the October circle. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. H. H. Wernke, pastor of Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, Little Rock, announces that Corporal Karl Baresch, of the Engineers Division of the Armed Service, has advised him to apply the $25.00 bond which he won at the annual flood' Coun- sel Bazaar to be applied to the building fund. Corporal Baresch's address is in care of the Postmas- ter at Seattle, Washington. A brother Eddie Baresch, a Hot Springs baker, left last Tuesday after enlisting in the Navy. Fred- die Baresch, another brother who for sometimehas been apharmacist at Walgreen's in Little Rock, left Thursday as a selectee in the Army. Joseph J. Slattery, 20, received his wings and commission as sec- See SOCIALS on page 7 FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. Full Instruction Review Office Workers Needed You can Develop Skill and Speed SECRETARIAL STENOGRAPHIC ACCOUNTING Personalized Servlce--Careful Placement Fayettewlle Business College $09 W. Dickson Street Fayetteville, Arkansas MOORE'S Funeral Chapel Phone 14 Fayetteville, Arkansas Fayetteville's Finest O AUND MERCY THE GUARDIAN, OCTOBER 30, 1942 SISTERS JOIN NURSES' AIDE CORPS Huge Crowd ,.Enjoys Bazaar At St. Scholastica Academy These Sisters of Mercy, graduating from the Red Cross Volunteer Nurses' Aide course, at Mercy Hos- pitl}!_, Pittsburgh, wear on their left sleeve, the Joint Red Cross and Ofllce of Civilian Defense lnsignll Of the Nurses' Aide Corps. Photo courtesy of the American Red Cross. (N.C.W.C.) Greater Little Rock Activities Tommy Keller, Tommy Stuart and Rose Marie Battisto in the fifth grade; and Joseph Biltz, Dickie E1- lington, Patrick Flanigan and Bobby Heffernan in the seventh grade. Library book jackets were made by the fourth and fifth grade pup- ils of Holy Souls School. Each individual pupil keeps a record of all library books read, together with a short report on each book. This information is then entered into the little booklet. St. Andrew's Cathedral Low Masses next Sunday, Feast of All Saints at 6, 7, 9 and 10 o'clock; high Mass at 11 o'clock. Masses at Holy Souls Chapel at 7:30 and 6:30 o'clock. Masses on Monday, All Souls Day, beginning at 6 o'clock, with the last Mass at 8 o'clock. At Holy Souls Chapel on All Souls Day three Masses, 7, 7:25 and 7:45. Confession this week atCathedral dn Thursday and Saturday from 4 to 6 and from 7:30 to 8:30. Con- fessions at Holy Souls on Thurs- day at 1 o'clock. Novena in honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal on Sunday evening beginning at 7:45. Novena to St. Theresa, the Little Flower, on Wednesday morning, following the 7 and 8 o'clock Masses. Regular instruction classes are held in the Cathedral Rectory, 802 Center St., at 7:45 Tuesday even- ing. Stations of the Cross will be held each Friday evening during No- vember, the month of the Holy Souls, beginning at 7:45 o'clock. Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament will follow. Cathedral Aid society will meet in the parish hall on Monday af- ternoon at 2:30. Big, New Bingo party is held every Wednesday night at 8:15, sponsored by the November circle. Big surprise in for all who attend. The Young People's Club will neet in the parish hall following Novena services next Sunday evening. St. Andrews School News An Indian project is being'ear- ried on in correlation with social studies in the third' and fourth 'grades. Indian Pottery and an Indian home, the pueblo, are being made from clay during their acti- vities class. Some of the class are making Indian heads, with feath- ers mounted on the heads. The 10upils have become very interested in the homes, habits, customs and dress of the early inhabitants of our country. The fourth grade are mvking a minature stage setting of Marco Polo when he had his au- dience with Kublai Khan, the ruler of China. with Benediction" of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Members of the Altar Society will go to Communion in a body at the 7 o'clock Mass Sunday. Catholic High School collection will be taken up at all the Masses Sunday. Masses on Monday, All Souls Day, will begin at 6 o'clock. The last Mass will be celebrated at 8 o'clock. The weekly social will be held in the hall Monday evening at 8 o'clock, sponsored by the P.T.A. with Mrs. Robert Dittimore, chairman, assisted by Mrs. T. C. Quinn, Mrs. Helen Jablosnki, Mrs. St. Edward's Church M. Bodner, Mrs. Margaret Ham- Masses on Sunday, Feast of All mer, Mrs. Charles Youngblood, Mrs. 0. T. Canada and Mrs. J. B. Saints, are at 5:30, 7, 8:30 and 11 Moser. o'clock. Sermon at all Masses on "The Example of the Saints Our Enc(mragement and' Hope." All school children are to receive Holy Communion at the Soldiers' Mass at 8:30. The Novena to the Sacred Heart of Jesus will be on winter sched- ule Sunday, at 3 o'clock. On Tuesday, November 2, All Souls Day, Masses will be cele- brated at 5:30, 6, 6:30, 7 and 8 o'clock. Devotions and Benedic- tion for the Suffering Souls at 7:30 p.m. Masses on week days at 6:30 and 8:30. Novena of Our Lady of Per- petual Help will be held on Tues- day at 7:30 p. m. Devotions for the Suffering Souls will be held Friday at 7:30 p.m. Circle No. 11 will entertain the Congregation and' friends at bingo Tuesday at 8:00. All social activities during No- vember will be in charge of Circle No. ll. The Circle consists of the following members:: Wm. Frederick, Chairman; Roy Baer, B. J. Birnbach, Frank Breyel, Leo Byrne, Frances DeClerk, The Drees Family, Herman Durst, Gee. DuVal, Jr., Alfred Emmel. Mrs. J. D. Fields, Gee. Guanella, Mrs. Christine Hanggi, J. C. Hanson, Joseph Hart, Mrs. Barbara Helm & Anna, J. J. Helbron, Mrs. Anna Jarvis, Chas. Kleinschmidt, D. C. Knesal, Jos. Kordsmeier, Lorine Lehman, Steve Lipsmeyer, James Lee, Mary Measler, Ben Meyer, W. C. Montgomery, Mrs. Sam Poe, Mrs. Josephine Quickert, Mrs. Ed- win Rhein, Albert Rinke, Wm. Rolf, Aloysius Sarna, J. D. Savary, Richard Schappel, Mrs. W. S. Smedley, Mrs. Clyde Smith, Joe Spinnenweber, Mrs. Henry Volger, Ben Wewers, Emma Young. St. Patrick's Church North Little Rock Masses Sunday at 7, 9 and 11 o'clock. Novena for Victory, Sunday af- ternoon at 3 o'clock, concluding Instructions in the rectory at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. The Altar Society will meet in the recreation hall Thursday after- noon, November 6 at 3 a'clock. Good Counsel Churh Sunday, the Feast of All Saints Good Counsel Altar Society will Perfect spelling scores were made during the past week by John Louis Segella, David Stever, and Peter Lock in the third grade; and Bernard Flaherty, Deborah Ebbing and Mary Frances Heinze in the fourth grade; Lois Poussard, James Hain, Evelyn Biltz, Ray- mond Bujarski, John Lewis, Ann Wrape and Geraldine Flanigan in the sixth grade; Richard Massery, FRANK'S CONFECTIONERY " The Place to Eat" Warren, Arkansas MARTIN BROTHERS & CO. Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Shoes, Etc. Warren, Arkansas PAGE THREE Fort Smith.--A record-breaking attendance marked the St. Schol- astica bazaar which was held last week. The Sisters, in announcing prize winners, expressed appre- ciation for the cooperation of mer- chants and members of the Aca- demy Alumnae association and ether friends of the school, re- sponsible for the success of the supper. Five hundred persons were served dinner and many hundreds patronized other bazaar al tractions. Winners of the various classes were Rosemary Edelman, sopho- more; Antoinette Edelman, sen- ior champion; Dorothy Jean Maus, junior class; Dorothy Finney, freshman, Leo Erman received the door favor. Other winners were Frank Moel- lcrs, bedroom dresser; Miss Cath- erine Etzkorn, Subiaco, lace receive Holy Communion on Sun- day, November 1st, at the 7:00 o'clock Mass. The monthly meet- ing will be held Friday afternoon, November 6th, in Good Counsel Hall at 2:00 o'clock. On Monday morning, All Souls Day, there will be nine Masses continuous from 5:15 until 8:00 o'clock, with a Requiem High Mass at 8. Attend the Solemn Mass and the Blessing of the graves at Calvary Cemetery Mon- day morning at 9:30. Every Friday during the month o' November, there will be'The Way of the Cross, at 7:30. Novena to St. Anthony every Tuesday morning after the 6:30. 7:30 and 8:30 o'clock Masses. Eucharistic and Little Flower Novena will be held after the Stations of the Cross on Fridays during November. Novena for Peace and Victory is held every Sunday evening at 5:00 o'clock. On the First Friday The children will receive Holy Communion at the 8:30 o'clock Mass. Confessions will be heard Thursday from 4 to 6. 7:15 to 8:30 o'clock. Builders night this Friday night, October 30th, will be in charge of the control committee. Beginning Friday, November 6th, activities will begin at 8:15 with a new set up, and will be more ihteresting to all who attend. Come and see the new arrangement, and we know you will be more than pleased. spread; Rev. J. C. Fcldkamp, em- broidered quilt; Miss Sarabeth Davis, crocheted bed spread; Mrs. F. Edelman, doll; Joe Corkemus, deer skin rug; Mrs. J. H. Schnit- zer, crocheted table set; Mrs. Josephine Pasdera, Dardanelle, lace table cover; Rosemary Rock- enhaus, statute of the Blessed Vir- gin; Mrs. E. Cook, live turkey. Five $25 dollar war bonds were awarded. They went to Billy Ver- furth. Billings, Me., Raymond Schnitzer, J. H. Griffin, Miss Hazel U1ageman, Billings, Me., and Miss Betsy Eslinger. Good Counsel Parish Sponsors USO Hospitality Little Rock.  Mrs Hoffman and Mrs. Allen of Good Coun- sel parish will be co-chairman of the use Hospitality Club, which will serve coffee, rolls and dough- nuts to service men in the morn- ing, and coffee and hot dogs to the men in the afternoon at the NCCS-operated club on 112 East seventh St., next Sunday. Assisting Mrs. Hoffman and Mrs. Allen will be the following ladies of Good Counsel parish: Mrs. T. E. Moseley, Mxs. Ed Ball, Mrs. Dave Volpert, Mrs. Lena Bruner, Mrs. Frank Bauman, Mrs. Louis Baresch, Mrs. W. E. Austin, Mrs. Ola Haler, Mrs. R. A. Schad- or, Mrs. Louis Hug, Mrs. J, F. Prieur, Mrs. Tom Neiuwland, Mrs. R. E. McFarland, Mrs. John Rauch, Mrs. Henry Wecker, Mrs. Mary Mitchell and Mrs. A. F. ,Malin. . Compliments of OWENS For Shoes That Fit CHAS. E. OWENS 102 So. Main Warren, Arkansas West Brothers DEPT. STORES GANNAWAY DRUG STORE DR. C. E. GANNAWAY, Proprietor Drugs and Dugglat's Sundries, Chemicals, Toilet Articles, Sundries Warren, Arkansas WARREN, ARKANSAS The management and personnel of The Bradley Store takes this opportunity to extend to the readers of The Guardian a serious message. While we are deeply concerned in the trim task of defeating our enemies on every front, we must not lose sight of the fact that many sacrifices are demanded of us at home. The safety and protec- tion of our boys in hostile lands depends in great measure on our willingness to make sacrifices on the home front. The thought of our utter dependence on God should in time of such grave trial serve as a constant reminder of the integrity of character and unity of purpose that must direct our every action. / Shoes and Harness Repairing 1552 PHONE 552 Corner of School and Dikson Streets Fayetteville, Arkansas Pastime & Avalon Theatres Telephone 213 lm Business for Your Pleasure for 30 Years Warren, Arkansas I II I II f