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THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 5, 1927 Page Three i I i - "" ....... " ..... " sitedth H°lY ed°emerSch°°li' PIN BLU" ! ~hhlPll~" or ~d } ..... •--T .... ? ~'"it I a~lL'~l[]l?~r~'~ P'I[ IkTtlTlrY.~ ~lJ, w cr~they were cordially greeted by I b/ JUr aL IIUI I I I ll K Schola tiea of the Sisters • t future ocim t --" '. I I .......... : : I I II SundayMasses• I'D LULI~..I NUI~ .Toseph Burns and the ~Rev. Thomas " " " 107 W. See end St. i vents l TuPlday aoou. t! t~ow l~lasses at '~-~ a.m. [ I I , Keany of the college accompanied the I High Mass at 11 a.m. ] .... team. Gus Bernier, chairman ef the " Daily Mass. J • • Confessions I A very interesting and instructive past master at the art making ar- !r. and I gs J L Kenney left Ilook its best The rooms looked quite ] " Imee*; .... rangements and nothing was left, un- ii ay .... afternoon for a short visit in lelaborate, decked in the pretty and] Confessions are heard e cry Sat- ISociet., was held at the eolle-e on done to assure the comfort and con- h0uis, Me. tasteful gifts of the different florists, urday, the eve of Holyda.vs, and on ~ ~ " te • " Sunda-" last wiTM ~ .... :~ ~.o .... vemence of the team and th~ roe rs • " ~ ' 3 ~zt r ~u~l~ ±U~XJUW~ttL, B -- land the floor lamps and rugs given the Thursday before the First Friday . . • ¢,~ . .......... Imaster of ceremonies, presiding at who accompanied it. A lalge number 0ra, to Mr. and Mrs J L De by the leading furniture companies --,m ~ ~o ~ ann ~:~o LO o:~o p. m. .~ I the meeting and with the Rev John ot former students of the college were ~s, 504 Main street No~'th Little of Little Rock. The shades and cur- re aecomm~)date those "~ho cannot • I " x/' 't r ~e ' • - -e ...... ~^-" .......t these hours !J" Healy, spiritual director, present, at the game all rooting for ~c o y, ~, TUesday, October 25th, at St [tams, donated by different members u~,~L~uy cumc a , IFather Heal ..... *~- ....~.~.~ but had to be content with the root= ~eent's Infirmary, a daughter I of the congregation and the Mothers' Confessions are also heard for one-i ~ ~;,,~ ~,,~ ,,,~,,,~,~t~l. • ~I " !Society added to the comfort and half, ,h°ur before, the Low. Masses, --°-" presentMas, s anand thilluminatiVee ceremomes" talkconnectedOn the ~ng,opposingfer fortuneteam, seemed to favo~ .the ,, rs. William B Robinson and Miss icheerfulness of the rooms. Judging ~un(~ay ann every morning o~ ~ne I .................. week oeI re ~ne (1ally ±wta~ I - , -- - . "~ Rol~inson have returned home from hearsay, especially the ventila- " ........... s with its celebration, and the benefits l wm~e ~tue ~OCK boiieger, ag~es "~ .... " accruing to those who serve the altar were tasting the bitterness o~ ~e~eat, ter a Visit of four months in Los[ti°n and lighting systems seems to ~.venmg vevouons. I lgehs and Long Beach Cal. have attracted unanimous approval. Devotions are held everySunday as members of the Society. i,a,L E1 ,?oracle, the Normal Sch.col I~ Surely it is self-evident that the Sis- evenin,,~, ..... ~ ,7.45 o'clock Therecita- A general discussion, was after-. I ~ears. o~ bonway were maKlng.q ~;~, ,,f ~ho ~.~,~ - Rerm~n ~,a wards held regarding the ceremonies I th]ngs rather warm for the Bulldog~ 0ra, to Mr. and Mrs Louis Hoff-Iters will now,be better able to accom- ~::od~fi:-~- ~'fh~'M~'~t. Rlo~:d .q-n'~" of the Church and the objects of the I°f Hendrix, and while they were de- ~, l~riday, O~tober •28th at St l modate even a larger class of music ................................. - • • " th Hen ~een!,s Infirmary, a son, Billy Wal-Ipupils. rament comprise the usual Sunday society• It was a highly enthusiasticlfeated, they,managed to give e - evening devotions and instructive meeting,and was ~r.,x College eleven a scare by Scoring is"s xr_Ylrs. Hoffman was formerIyl The St. Edward's orchestra, ~is well ~ .... " ...... largely "ttended 112 points.This week end the Con- ~qadie Brewer Ins some of the music pupils of the ~urmg tne mon~n o~ ~ovem,er, ~ -" • . . devotions in honor of the Holy Souls The next meeting of the society way "boy~. wfl!. meet tip x.vlth .the ~, " l Sisters, together with some vocal __~ ~ ~_ ~_;~ ......:.._ ~ . ~=will be held on Sunday,November r~agies, ann as ]t is ~o be the ~]rst mrs..J.A. Kline has returned from]numbers and recitations, afforded ...... ~ ....• .... ~ ....... g ~ .: .............. rear. ., s stay in California as the/pleasant pastime and entertainment o'clock, consisting of the Way of the 13th, in the study hall of the Morris game xor uttte ~OCK).n tne;.~on, xer- Cross ann tsenemc~lon o~ ~ne Most • had b all wh a'tend the battle ~:l,°f her daughter, Mrs. Harold]to the constantly moving crowd. A .......... ttall once series, a merry ume snoulo be Blessed Sacrament " Sodality of tbe Blessed Virgi'n. y o t . . o~ Ayres and Captain Ayres on]delicious cup of tea or coffee, the Devotions in honor of the Sacred The regular semi-monthly meeting Coach Murphy has been driving his ~raz I " • ' . sland. Mrs. Kline is at dgnat]on of C. D. Kenny Coffee Co., Heart are held on the First Friday of the Sodality of the Blessed Virgin charges hard and fast al~ weel¢ long, !eat_ the guest of Mr. and Mrs. was served to each guest as they on- ^~ ,~._ ---nth -* 7"45 " m at Little Rock College will be held and if the Eagles do not fly high and ~es I. Madigan 622 North Cedar tered the community room, which ..... ~ "'-'~ - ~- "- -vL " this coming Sunda- in St John's fast on Saturday it will not be his !et ' , Cathedral Aid 5oclety, Y • . .......... • t had been artistically decorated with During the past few weeks the chapel, Morris Hall, at 10 a. m. ruth- .~au,~. ,~ wm be a game w o]r~n see- al i lug However, ann ~ne ~agle rooters 1 e~ He y, spntual d~rector, wall be ,a'ele" N livy and silver for the occasion. Circles of the Cathedra Aid Society " "" ! " are "ust "rarin" for a win and the • 0. 1, Cathedral Aid So- This home will not only afford the have been busy with many social in charge of th~ meeting. ,, ~ . , W~!l meet Tuesday, November Sisters more conveniences, but will events ann ]n re armg ~or the car- ~ • . ...... "3 ' • • , ...... The Morris Debatin~ Society COllege "boys" promise them one. • 0 o clock with Mrs. Brodie, be a lasting monument to the untir- nival which is Po ~e held at the Par The first meeting of the Morris De- "'ttere" Hoping!" bating Society, the senior orgamza McFarlane~t Sixth street.will beMrS'hostesses.Br°die ing efforts of thosewho have labored ish Center, 503 East Sixth street, on .... ,o: Mr. H. I. Holderness, Mr. Louis in its behalf, the afternoon and evening of Men- tion was held i~n the college : = - - _ : Mitchell and Mrs. Fitzpatrick. are requested to bring Thursday last with the factulty di-i C!mNwiY -" }/:I: .... -- day, November 14th. :~: Other items of interest to friends they may have finished CUNARD AI~NOUNCES MOST The entire efforts of the Circles rector, Armando Carli, A. M., in of the ~chool are in regard to the re- charge and with all the students in ' cent addition to the playground work booth for the ear- EXTENSIVE CRUISE PRO- and of all the members is directed the college department present. is to be held the follow- GRAM EVER UNDERTAKEN towards the success of the Carnival, equipment in the form of swings and and in preparation for this event, a Challenges for public debates were the announcement of a recital to be Two Cruises Around tbe World, One meeting was held in the Cathedral received from the University of Flor- F~neral f given on November 22 by the music Will be a benefit card party Around Africa, Six to the Medit-Vestry on Monday last with Mrs. M. ida and the University of Wisconsin, Frank k::nhh~'E:~eeeF31'R;:~:~ pupils in h°n°r °f their patr°nes%way hasmadehjshome K., of C. hall, 609 Scott itth Rock, for St. Ann's erranean, and Six to the J. Harrison, chairman, presiding and and action was deferred until a later C ~f St. Joseph's Orphanage, West Indies. with a large number of the members meeting, until the society is fully or- at Morrilton for ~the past eig~ years, St, Cecilia. The Lambda Omega Club of the [November 8, at 2 p. m. A of the general committee in attend- ,ganized. died at a hospital in Mo~rrilton at 9:45 Seniors, Juniors and Sophomores wilI be given for high score atNo less than fifteeff ships bent on ante. Professor Carli is highly enthused o'clock Thursday morning, following hold its regular meeting on Thursday. ~le. Players are kindly.ask- pleasure cruises will sail from New Each Circle will have charge of over the outlook fotr a successful year an emergency operation he had jud This meeting will be a social one at ~g their own cards and score York under the flag of the Cunard some particular activity, while all the "n connection with this work, and undergone. Mr. Lien hart was taken which the Juniors will entertain. or reservations call Mrs. Leo Line during the coming season, members of the Aid Society will unite judging by the enthusiastic interest ill Wednesday, but his condition in making for the success of the en- shown at the first meeting of the year grew worse so rapidly an operation~ CARDINAL GASPARR! s, Rural 9343• ., These ships will sail to almost every tire program. The carnival will open the society is destined to accomplish was resorted to Thursday morning.~ CONGRATUI.ATES GIRL important maritime country in the in the afternoon with a Baby Carriage great good• Every student in the The local pastor being out of the POET IN COLORADO ROse.Society will give a benefit world, with the exception of Aus[ra- Parade, in which the school children colhge has signified his intention to city an emergency call was made on St. Edward's hall, Tues- lia wtaich figured in cruises last November 8th. A prize given at each table, also a d refreshments will be following are in charge: Runshang, Annie Marie Kirspel, Madeline Pauline Hart, Elsie Jan- Rt~nshang and Anna Hemp- invitation is extended to J. .--7---- Lensmg and Mrs. Lexing- ~son. entertained seven tables eon-bridge at 1:30 o'clock C. Clark, will sail westward, 'going at The Peacock for Misses through the Panama Canal and re- Thompson and Frances turning via the Mediterranean. The tables were placed in France and Scotland• which was bright with of red dahlias and each centered with the same The game of bridge was on- Prizes were given for high honorees were presented gifts. 2ard of Thanks. express our sincerest thanks and deep to the entire congrega- generous benefactors for co-operation in and opening of our Especially the commit- of the Silver" Tea, the of the Mothers' Society, Tipton & Hurst, Mas- Co., Lonergan's Fur- % Kenney Coffee Co., Gus Benedictine Sisters At St. Edward's• athedralAid Society will the Parish Center, street, on the after- of Monday, Novem- will be the usual eatures, with several new added. In the afternoon a baby carriage parade in the first three 9ad several prizes will be At 2:30 a monster card ba held and from 5:30 to a horae cooked supper will popularity contest will Mrs." Frank Letzig in the members of the Aid -~ Working hard to make this most successful affairs Under their auspices• SISTERS, HOME O- EDWARD'S IS PENED TO THE PUBLIC from the first co the third grade of NIA, sailing on January 7th, under be offered for the most novel decora- the auspices of Thos. Cook and Son, tion, the most original, etc. A large will sail eastward, going around the list of prizes will be awarded for this world by way of the Mediterranean, feature. A monster card party will down the east coast of Africa, around be held beginning promptly at 2:30 the Cape of Good Hope, across to p. m. and continuing until 5:30. This South America, calling at .the West will be held on the seceded floor of Indies on the return to New York. the school building, which will be ar- The CALEDONIA, sailing January 16th, under the auspices of Frank There will be one cruise devoted i principtrlly to Africa• This will be made by the LACONIA, sailing from New York January 14th, under the auspices of the Raymond & Whitcomb Company. The ship will voyage down the west coas~, up to the east and homeward through the Mediterranean, will call for stop-over in France and England• There ~wLll be six cruises to the Mediterranean. Two of these will be under the auspices of the Cunard Line, the first on the C ARINTHIA, sailing December 3, ,including Egypt, and the second, on the MAURE- TANIA, January 21st, under the aus- pices of the Raymond and Whitcomb Company; the SCYTHIA. on January 25th, under the auspices of the Frank Tourist Company; the TRANSYL- VANIA, on January 25th, under the auspices of Frank C. Clark, and the CARINTHIA, on April 7th, on her second cruise for the Raymond and Whitcomb Company. The Cunard Line will operate three cruise to the West Indies• The first will be a Christmas-New Year's cruise on the FRANCONIA, sailing from New York On December 20, and cov- ering fifteen days. The other two will be made by the CALIFORNIA and will each be of 31 days' duration. The first wilf leave New~Ybrk on January 21st, and the second on February 25th. Three other West Indies Cruises will be made by the SAMARIA, char- tered by the Raymond and Whitcomb Company• The first will sail on Jan- uary 28th, the second on February 29th, and the third on March 31st. The first two will be of 30 days' dura- ~tion and the third 17 days• The long cruises will include San Domingo and calls at the Leeward Islands of Quad- eloupe. Dominiea and St. Vincent, ho~e of the Benedictine places not touched at on regular West St. Edw~.rd's, was opened Indies Cruises. )c last Sunday afternoon, With the exception of the MAURE- Other's Society ef the par- I TANIA, all the other cruising ships o~f re a Silver Tea. ~ That the the Cunard Line have been built since charge worked very dil- the ~war. Last winter the MAURE- d by the many and TANIA was improved to the extent t?hings that were brought of a quarter of a million dollars, many ae already attracti~;e home rooms with baths being added. ranged to take care ef the crowd which will attend this feature. Mrs. W. C. Bray will be in charge of the card party assisted by a large com- mittee. At 5:30 a home cooked sup- per will be served in the Cathedral Hall, adjoining the school. This will become an active memberof the so- ciety this year. A debate will be held at the next meeting on Thursday• The society meets every Thursday morning at the third period, thus en- abling all students to receive the ben- efit of the work of the society• College Glee Club. Plans ~are now being made to re- organiT.e the College Glee. Club which was so successful last year. A direc- tor is to be chosen in the near future and rehearsals will be held regularly at stated intervals. Athletics. Another defeat has been chalk&t up against the Eagles for. this sea~¢)n after their contest with Henderson- Brown at E1 Dorado last Friday. Ac- Rev. Father F,eldkamp of Atkins, who hastened to the hospital and for{~ified Mr. Lienhart with the Last Sacra- ments of the Church• Mr. Lienhart, who was a son of the late Joseph Lienhart, was born at the family homestead two miles east of Conway on October 4, 1889. He was married May 2, 1916, to Miss Lily Imho•den of Conway. During the world war he saw service in an infantry band, but was not sent overseas. At the time of his death he was a fore- man at the new cotton mill at Morril- tell. (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Denver, Oct. 27.---Miss Vera Tracy, a Colorado Springs girl, who has re- cently achieved distinction for a book of poems, is the proud possessor of a card of commendation from the Vatican itself. A note of appreciation of her work, penned by Cardinal Gasparri, Papal Secretary of State, and forwarded to the Apostolic Delegate at Washington and later sent to the Rt. Roy. J. Henry Tihen, Bishop of Denver, has been presented to her. Bishop Tihen delegated the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Godfrey Raber, Vicar-General o;f_ the diocese, to present the card to Miss Tracy, who is an invalid. The book of BISHOP SCHREIBER IN U. S. TO LECTURE, PROFOUND SCHOLAR 'New Yoffk, Oct. 26.--The Rt. Rev. Christian Schreiber, Bishop of Meis- sen, in Saxony, who arrived here re- cently to lecture in aid of his diocese, is one of the most eminen~ scholars of Europe. Before his Episcopal consecration in 1921, Bishop Schreiber was direc- tor of the Seminary of Fulda. While in this country he will lecture on Kant, Thomas Aquinas and Schopen- hauer, and other subjects dealing with and defeat the Reddies, the Eagles went down to the worst defeat of the season to the tune of 32-0. It may have been the heat, or it, may have been the long ride that slowed up the Eagles, but whatever it was. it gave the Henderson-Brown team one of the largest scores chalked up against the Little Rock College boys this season. Starring for the college were Hes- lin, Halley, Garbacz, Harwood, Bar- bour and O'Toole, and for Hender- son-Brown Parker and Hill. McGow- an again demonstrated that he is the punter par excellence of the state, but since many of his efforts were blocked, he did not have the oppor- tunity to show up as well in this game as in former struggles• He is with- out doubt the best punter in the state this year, and his work is attracting much attention• Bazi| Walsh got into the game for a short splell, but as he was still very weak after his long lay-off, be did shine in the usual brilliant style for which he is noted. One of the most pleasant features of the trip to El Dorado was the splendid manner in wwhich the Eagles an dtheir followers were treated by the ladies of Holy Redeemer parish• Dr. Keller who was unavoidably called a~vay could not be present4o greet the team, but the ladies of his parish proved, to be wonderful hostesses. Met at the station by a large number York, Dr. Schreiber was received formally by acting IVIayor McKee. Last week the distinguished visitor was received by His Eminence Cardi- nal Hayes, who ~xpressed a dee~ in- terest in the success of the Bishov's tour of America and made a sub- stantial donation toward the fund he is trying to collect. .of El Dorado who proved to be sud ~o3ral entertainers. Much credit for ~he hospitality on the part of the cit ~zens of the city is due to Mrs. Tarle- ton Phillips, formerly of Little Roe1" who arranged the program for the Eagle team, and who proved to be ~eh a charming hostess. While in El Dorado many of the Eagle rooters Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock and taken to the home of his sister~ Mrs. Wagner. Funeral services were held Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Joseph's Church, with burial at St: Joseph's cemetery• Father Joseph Poblcschek, pas~or at St. Joseph's, was out of the city on that day, and again Father Feldkamp was called for service. He offered the~Requiem Mass and officiated at the burial rites in the cemetery• The Rev. John P. Fisher of Little Rock, secretary ~o Bishop Morris• was present in the sanctuary and at the grave. A~ive pallbearers were Ben Kerds- meier, Cavanaugh Tucker,. Aiidrey Strait, Mr. Shelton, Mr. Thornton and Mr. Betbune. The honorary pallbear- ers were Mr. Van Norman, Steve Laux, John Kordsmeier, Steve Wood- ward, W. l~. Strait and J. M. Scrog- gin. ,The funeral was attended by many friends and relatives from Morrilton, Little Rock and other nearby cities. St. Joseph Pa~,ish obser#ed the October D~votion customary through- out the entire Catholic world. The Rosary was recited in public every day, usually duri/lg Mass. Benedic- tion with the Blessed Sacrament took place immediately after Mass. Dur- ing the week while the pastor, the Rev. Jos. A. Pobleschek, was absent on account of his Retreat the school children and the high school ~tudents, all under the supervision of their teachers, the Sisters of Notre Dame, assembled in church at 8:30 for the Rosary and the Litany. ttereafter Mass, followed by Bene- diction, will be at 8:00 every Wed- nesday to enable all the children to be present. [ On Sunday afternoon• November 6, the entire parish will make its annu- al procession to the cemetery. Rela-, tives and friends away from Conw:~y are invited to take part in the cere- mony. a thrill as the good ship draws Henri "The deepest green that's e'er been seen .... a huge emerald rising from the seat Ireland--- the homeland! What joy to visit old scenes etched deep in memory--the place of your birth---the ) scenes of your youth I SAILINGS; New York to Cobh (Queens- town)andLiverpool. SAM~RIA *Nov. 12 ICYTHIA Nov. 19 LACONIA ~Nov. 2S ~-URANIA Dec. 3 ~-NDANIA *Dec. 10 SAMARIA Dec. 15 *Via Boston. ~, York, Londonderry, Glasgow "RANSYLVANIA Nov. 12 AMERONIA Nov. 19 "ALEDONIA Dec. 3 'RANSYL~ANIA Dec. 10 ETITIA Dec. 24 ~THENIA ran. ? CUNARD AND ANCHOR L zS I~ANKERS TRUST CO., 202 W. 2rid St., Little Rock, F. R. Booths of all descriptions will oc- cupy the parlors on the main floor and these will be in charge of Mrs. Frank Haley, Mrs. B. W. Burrows, Mrs. Harry Casey, Mrs. W. H. Mal- lory and Mrs. Eugene Harrington, chairmen of the various circles. It is expected that the carnival will be one of the most successful ever held under the auspices of the society and judging ,by the preliminary ar- rangements which have been made thus far, everything points to a suc- cessful carnival• the society. A Popularity Contest will be held with Mrs. Frank Letzig in charge, and several other novel ties [ yet to be announced will occupy the attention of those who attend the car- nival. continue until 8 o'clock, and will be eompanied by a large delegation of Rock and Mrs. Victor Wagner and I P0eros is composed of beautiful selec- in cht~rge of ~Miss Florence Cash, as- loyal rooters who fully expected the I Mrs. James Daugherty of Conway. ' |#ions, largely spiritual. siste~ by an active committee from Eagles to show a reversal of form The body was brought to 'Conway