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THE GUARDIAN, OCTOBER 30, 1942 PAGE SEVEb ' st 6ives Mission St, Joseph's, Faye00 ,00ville week's Mission, cago Province of the Passionist in five years, is being Order of Missioners, and is a at St. Joseph's Church, speaker of outstanding ability. is announced this " : . the Rev. Charles Mc- First Woman to pastor. Rev. George Jungels, C.P. the mission last Sunday the 8 o'clock Mass and with Benediction of the Sacrament and the i next Saturday, 31. the week a special sermon was given Jungels at the seven with the principle the day delivered at the 7:30 in the evening. is from the Chi- Ark. Win Surgery Prize Catholic Graduate Brisbane. (E) -- The first woman to win the prize for operative surgery awarded annually by the University of Sidney Faculty of Medicine is a Catholic graduate. She is Miss Joan Fotheringhame, 22 year-old alumnae of Bethlehem College, Ashfield, conducted by the Australian Province of the Irish Sisters of Charity. She has also been awarded the prize for anatomy and the prize for gen- eral proficienty among women students. She is now a resident doctor at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney. Church To Have Mission Tontitown.-- A week's mi.sion for St. Joseph's Church, Tonti- town, has been announced by the Rev. L. H. Schaefer, which will open Sunday night, November 1st. The mission will be preached by the Rev. George Jungels, C.P., who is finishing a similar mission at St. Joseph's Church, Fayetteville, Saturday night. Father Jungels is a missioner of the Order of Preachers from Chicago province. Holy Mass is celebrated each Sunday morning at Tontitown at 8 and I0 o'clock and on week days at 8 a.m. MISSION ART (Continued from page 6) of these same Madonnas. Let u take as a case in point the illus- tration used for the month of November. "Our Lady of Java" painted by the native Javanese artist, Abdullah, shows the Blessed Mother as the gateway to heaven. It is deeply religious in presenta- tion with a spirituality which would seem to be an outgrowth of centuries of Catholic training. It might be well to remember that a nation's art is an expression of a nation's soul and that the western concept of an eastern ideal might prove obnoxious to the people of the orient. Thus in 1659 the Sacred Congregation of Propaganda Fide traced its outline for mission work in the Far East and since that time, nearly three centuries ago, has never failed in its appreciation and encourage- ment of native art, whether in painting, sculpture or architec- ture. There is one point to re- member when the question is dis- cussed. American Catholics would -z= ,, be prone to criticize a religion SOCIALS expressed through the media of I TAIdt20 oriental art, buildings, etc. Why ).Irl, k2,%. (Continued from page 3) then should not our Chinese, Jap- ond lieutenant in the Army Air anese, /frican and Oceania Cath- STORE corps on October 3rd, at Miami. olics expect to express anew the Fla. Lt. Slattery is a graduate of truth and beauty of Catholicism Prescription Pharmacists Phone 376 Catholic High school, Little Rock, and attended' Notre Dame Uni- /ersity. He is the son of Mrs. J. J. Slattery, 1918 North Monroe St. Lieutenant and Mrs. W. M. Hal- liburton of Fort Smith announce the birth of a Adelaide, at St. Hospital. Lt. Halliburton is at present stationed at Camp Perry, Ohio. Mrs. A. M. Landenberger of 410 West 21st St., North Little Rock, Ark., has returned home after spending a month with her son Pot. Robert Landenberger at Fort Harrison, Indiana. Pot. Landen- PATTON CLOTHING CO. Style Headquarters Fayetteville, Arkansas STER'S SHOE STORE through the adaptation of Christ- ian art to local tradition? With the wisdom of ages "the Church has always entrusted' to artists the task of speaking to the faith- ful the artistic language of the epoch, of the race, being careful at the same time to advise them and to supervise their work.", Right Rev. Msgr. Thomas J. McDonnell, National Director The Society for the Propagation of the Faith. berger who was sent overseas from Fort Hamilton, New York, cable- gramed his parents that he had ar- rived safely at his destination. Lt. Wm. S. Allen, of the archi- tectural firm of Brueggeman, Swaim and Allen, left last week for Quantica, Vs., where he was called to active duty with the Marine Corps Reserve Lt. Allen is the son of Mrs. W. S. Allen, 708 North Ash St., and a brother of the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Francis A. Allen, Rector of St. Andrew'S Cathedral. Lt. Allen is a graduate of Little Rock College, and was architect for a number of parish and Ca- tholic institutional buildings. Fayetteville, Arkansas CY CARNEY APPLIANCE Springdale "Supply ,CAR AND HOME NEEDS Butane Gas Eauinment Dial 6801 Duo--Therm Fuel Od" Heaters Wood-Gas-Brooders-- SPRINGDALE, Tappan Ranges Water Systems 29 East Mountain Phone 787 ARK. Fayetteville, Arkansas JONES TRUCK LINE "Serving The Entire Southwest" GENERAL OFFICES: PHONE 2341 Tontitown Church Completed --Guardian Photo Shown here is a picture of the attractive St. Joseph's Church, Tontitown, recently completed. TIc Catholic Church extension Society gave $1,500 towards finishing this church, which is valued more than twice its actual cost of $6,500. Seating capacity is 400. Men of the Italian community donated much of the time and labor in erecting new St. Joseph's, which replaces a frame structure destroyed a few years ago in a storm. Six Weeks Tests Held at Subiaco During This Week Six-weeks tests were held in all subjects at Subiaco Acedemy last week and results and other in- formation will be mailed to par- ents and guardians by the Rev. Clement Schmidt, director of studies, this week. The 1"oll of honor for the period will be com- piled from these results. Unof- ficial returns denote a number of high study averages and presage a spirited race for some ten medals annually awarded by Subiaco at commencement to leading students in various important studies. State-Wide Period Of Daily Prayer In Connecticut Hartford. (E)--The "Connecticut Minute of Prayer" was inaugurat- ed yesterday and will continue for the duration o the war. Un- der this plan, radio stations which cover the entire State broadcast one minute of prayer each day. The program was worked out by the Committee on Unity and Amity of the State Defense Council, and has the warm indorsement of Gov- ernor Robert A. Hurley, who has issued a proclamation urging that all citizens of Connecticut join in the daily period of prayer. "While we legitimately pride Ourselves on Connecticut's contri- bution to the war effort," the proclamation says, "let us be mindful of the fact that arma- ments and men are incapable, in themselves of producing just and early peace. The - supplemental support and God*s direction and guidance is required." High School's Pupils Salvage 25,000 Keys Los Angeles. (E)mMore than 25,- O00 keys were collected as salvage by the student body of Catholic Girls High School here. One sen- ior brought in 4,310 keys and an- olher senior accounted for 2,011. Newman Club Moves Into New Home On Coast Los Angeles. (E)---Catholic stu- dents of the Unive'sity of Calif- ornia at Los Angeles moved into their new home with a formal re- ception at which guests of honor included the Most Rev. Joseph T. McGucken, Auxiliary Bishop of Los Angeles, Dr. Robert Gordon Sproul, of the University, Dr. Earl Miller and Mrs. Helen Laughlin, Dean of Women. For 12 years the activities of the University Newman Club, now under the direction of the Rev. ! Benjamin F. Bowling, C.S.P., have been conducted in the Uni- versity Religious Conference Building. Liturgical Altar In Natural Wood Finish --Guardian Photo Four kinds of brightly finished wood have been fashioned into an unusually attractive liturgical altar. Shadings of cherry, walnut, light oak and cedar woods were varnished to give a natural appearance. The dossel is also made entirely of these woods, with cedar giving a radiant background to the crucifix. Holy Mass was celebrated for the first time in the new St. Joseph's last Easter. Appointed National Junior C.D.A. Director New York (E)--Miss Beatrice M. Hoffman, of Mount Kisco, N.Y., has been appointed National Jun- ]or Director of the Catholic Daugh- ters of America, succeeding Miss Mazie V. Scanlan, of Atlanta City, N.J., who has been responsible for the junior program since its beginning in 1926, Miss Mary C. Dully Supreme Regent, announces. Miss Hoffman has been New Through the generosity of the York Chairman for the junior Most Rev. John J. Cantwell, Arch- group since 1933, and national field bishop of Los Angeles, a spacious representative for the East since three-story building formerly oc- cupied by Theta Phi Alpha, has now been acquired for the 600 Ca- tholic students. There is an ex- tensive library, provision for in- formal lunches and dances and other facilities. Lectures on Foundations of Religion are given by Father Bowling twice a week and ach week there is an inform- al'discussion on modern ethical problems. Service Chaplains Luncheon Guests of Archbishop Los Angeles. ()Fourteen Ca- tholic service chaplains located in the Los Angeles metropolitan area were guests of the Most Rev. John J. Cantwell, Archbishop of Los Angeles, at an informal luncheon here. The luncheon was held to bring His Excellency and the chaplains into closer contact and to assure them of a welcome to the archdiocese and the cooperation of ecclesiastical authorities and the faithful in their labors. SPRINGDALE AMUSEMENT PARLOR HUGHES' CAFE SNOOKER AND We Specialize- BILLIARDS T-Bones Springdale, Ark. Plate Lunches and -'----:------" " Sandwiches BE PREPARED-- Why you or I should carry a certificate in the Nelson- FOR FACE CREAMS and ALL TOILET GOODS For All KITCHEN WARE Go To .. MEYER'S 5c-$1.00 Springdale Arkansas 1935. In addition to her youth work, she is Grand Regent of Court Newman, C.D.A., of Mount Kisco; President of the Lake Ron- konkoma Cenacle Auxiliary, and school librarian of the Greenburgh No. 8 School, White Plains, N.Y. 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