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THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 8, 1930 PAGE SEVIgN Leuis School Children Celebrate of Fine Addition to Sthool and Stage Delightful Halloween Party. was indeed a day of great for St, Louis Catholic It was announced some time new addition to the school built, should the increase warrant it. Since the Ch- at present is doable the of the previous term, the concluded that the space un- given over to the pupils was joy over their new and comfortable rooms, since both Sister Pins and Sister" Bernardine, together with Father Butterbach, are greatly pleas- ted at the progress the school is mak- ing. The r~ations existing between the Sisters and the patrons of the school are very pleasant and the in- terest of the latter cannot be too highly praised, CONSECRATION OF TWO BISHOPS ARE HELD SAME DAY (Continued from page 4) Bishop O'Hara and the visiting clergy and prelates a banquet at the Hotel installed as Bishop of that diocese on 'Catholic action, he made himself an November 5. A large number of the authority on problems of rural life es local clergy will accompany him.affecting the material and spirtual Father Thompson, in his sermon, iWell.being of his fellow Catholics. declared that "in the service of GodLh'Bis op O'Hara goes to diocese which and the winning of souls, a virtuous a and amiable character is an indispen- he is well qualified to serve. His sable condition of fruitful activity." sympathies are with the tillers of the New Bishop Lauded soil." "If I may single out one quality in 3ur new Bishop which fits him, along with many others, for the high office he is roan to fill, let me mention his zealous and able attachment'to this field of Catholic effort," Father Thompson added speaking, speaking of the Church's labors in behalf of inadequate for the ever-in- Portland. The Rev. George Campbell [those who are needy and oppressed. enrollment, and so found was toastmaster. A gift from the "He not only exerted himself in the forced to meet the needs of clergy of the Archdiocese was pre- cause of pure charity, rendering s, and a new addition Was sented to Bishop 0'Hara. Isplendid aid, in particular, to the which now stands templet- This evening, a public reception!child-caring home, which fittingly sponsored by the Archdiocesan Coun- bears the name of the late Archbish- much rejoicing, therefore, ely of Catholic Women, was given Jot lop, but.he worked and fought valiant- children with their teachers nov- Bishop u-nara in zne t~atnearat nan. iiy zor tne women workers of Oregon. intothelr" new quarters Friday Bishop O'Hara will go to Great. [ "Summoned several years ago to ring. After assigning the earl- Falls early next week, to be formally,aid in carrying out the program of classes to their respective crass- Is, the Sisters immediately for-~ ~ted plans to celebrate the occa- ~ 2 p. m., 48 children had con- ~ , ~~ ated at the school, where a de-] ~ ii .... 7- ~r'~~~ Us plate luncheon was served, ] _~j~ -- " ~~~ ng in costumes befitting the, ~ ~ . ~~ .~Ween festival, the children pre- ~ ~ ~-- ~d a wonderful display of color, Ether and nationality, r ~~ ~ ~ [ter the luncheon, games of va i- ~~~ ~ t~ ~ ~ ,. kmdSarW:recPllYe:ds =r:nda;:t , ~ ~ ~ ~ ~J~J~$ 'izes were given the successful~~ |. s~{~,~ ~'" .,~. ,r a rather varied and inter .... " I |4.~~ t ,V~d~'~-: ~Y program was rendered by four "~- * -~ .~ x k] ~ _ho~ 'n~ "~0 ~g.,rO .... W-Y girls, under the title "More ~ ..... ~..>:;~:~.~.p tl Crackers." The girls pre- --t- g this program were Mary Me- Y, Mercedes Averett, Betty Joe John Hagon gave an impromptu rig. ll0wing this, photographs were ~ ~~ "'*: , to comgnemorafe another joy- day in the history of St. Louis pupils are not alone in their ~J -I ,oiLy will opera;-, (] VQCUUITI ,'1', oner a hours! R. C. (Bob) BIRD Candidate for ALDERMAN Eighth Ward e Birds Are Builders Let'n have teamwork in the city government. beraocratie Primary, Nov. 10th. Tb; O,-U,,,['(S, tireiegz decb'icd servants ,~" endles: cnergy, are NOW working at: REDUCED WAGES. They will do any task .... do it bel- ter than con be done by hand ... and ask wages of only 7c and 5c an hour. Unlike most "hired help"..., they're never late .... for all you need do is plug inyour electrical appllar, co and there they come .... ready to work, ond work and WO~IC...any hour o~: the day or nightl Now ..... no charming woman need do burdensome heusehold t~sks which endanger her health, her beauty her energy .... v.'.~en electrical servont~ co~t so Iltt4e. POWER LIHT CO. It C COUCH, MAKE YOUR OWN GOOD TIMES ~'- I I III Wanted, 10,000 Representatives for the New Catholic Dictionary, One in Every Parish. Pre-eminently The book for Every Home, School, Library for Non-Catholics as well as Catholics. good money by doing good work part time or all your time" Write for particulars and send reIerence with the name of this paper (weekly or monthly) to MANAGER NEW CATHOLIC DICTIONARYi 15 Union Square, New York City Your Vote and Influence Will Be Appreciated. VOTE FOR Will C (Bill) Mullins FOR ALDERMAN Fifth Ward Subject to the Action of the Democratic Primary, November 10, 1930 ,iiiii!G'!h.'ii!~iiii!ii~ .:::::::. ======================== Ordinary glass cuts out virtually all the ultra-violet rays of the sun. Eighty per cent of the meat eaten in London. Eng., is imported. Light travels 186,000 miles per sec- and. tt i, a mark of distinction to be a reader of thi* paper Don't fail to let our ~lvertiser~ know it. When art- I -d WHERE TO HEAR MASS The following list, while not com-j ~, on holidays of jlete, gives the summer schedule forl ion at 7:30 and 9:00 a, m ~unday Masses in various parts of HOXIE, Mary Immaculate :he State. It is published for the convenience of our readex% and fhile every effort has been made to ~ecure accurate information, The ]uardian assumes no responsibility for any changes or errors herein. ARKANSAS CITY.---Mass on the ~Irst Sunday of the month at 9:30 t. nL ATKINS.---Chureh of the Assump- ,i9n---Masses on first and last Sun- lays of the month at 7 a.m. On etA- --During July and August, Masses am ;he first and third Sundays at 8:00 L ~.; on the second and fourth Sumtalm at 7:00 a. m. JONESBORO, St. Roman's Chu~b --Masses on Sunday at 8:00 a. m. ~nd 10:00 a. m. During June, July an~ August at 7:30 and 9:30 v, m. KNOBEL---Mass on the :first mad "~hird Sundays at 6:00 a, m. LAKE VILLAGE, St. Marls Church---Masses on Sunday at 8.'0@ and 1O :0O a m. LITTLE ROCK, St. Andrew's Ca. chOral--Masses on Sunday at 7:~ h:00 and 11:00 a. m; on holidaya a~ awering their ads, men* sr Sundays, at 7 and 9:00 a. m. ti~n this ~a~- BALD KNOB--Mass on the first, = ~hird and fifth Sundays at 9:00 a. m. BLYTHEVILLE, Immaculate Con- Schneider the Tailor 103 Main, Little Rock 115 Main, North Little Rock, Ark. Write for samples and self-meas. urement blank. Guaranty Building and Loan Assn "Save and Have' 6% Full Paid Certificates Dividend Checks Monthly or Semi-Annually 7o7o Systematic Savings Certificate Definite Maturity State Banking Dept. Supervision Main at ~ - ROSARIES i Ex luisi ;e Ines at tt Pr .~e )u ' Caw to P~ ' ' l' (i " . C ms, ,,. , tlf| :on pan: A St~re "~oor" All tie People Exquisite Ones at the DARDANELLE--St. Augustine's NEWPORT---Mass on the second Pmce You Want to Pay _: " ]hurch--Mass on the first Sunday of and fourth Sunday at 9:30 a. m. 'I r-k_, q -qtifft Ce month at 9:30 a. m. I Corn-anv DEQUEEN.--Mass on the seconu NORTH LITTLE ROCK, St. Pat- :-';----y"~ -'... ~.('a~'Z'~'7~ ~~ md fourth Sundays at 8:00 and rick's Church---Mass~ on Sunday~..I 3re Ior 2kll ~ne .t'eopie ^ ^^ .. , . ~u:i~u respectively. 7:00 a~d 9:00 a. m. =- ~_. ..._/L L.. ~--~-----~-~ DE VALL'S BLUFF--Mass on the OSCEOLA ---Masses on second. j j **ourth Sunday\of the month at 1.0;00 third and fou~.b Sundays at 8:00 a. HIMSTEDT 1 ,,o,o~ ~ , EL DORADO. --- Holy Redeemer PARIS, St. Joseph's Chur~h-- t,-. "" -- "" tin- I ~hurch.--Masses on Sundays, 7:30 Masses at 8 and 10 a.m. , :.~ It'lumolng eye mea g I ,nd 0..30 a. m. J g...m.an ENGELBERG.--St. John's ChurchPINE BLUFF, St. Jose~O,~ ~hnre~ --Masses ~- *-: - .~,-- "~"~ =~~ .~"*~t~'/t~dt i l " '~"', "'Y~'= at $,8~' 0'~1~@. .... ,, vunaay at 7:3o an~ - --~/~ass on ~uz:~,~ " ...... ",:. " IO:~-O a. m.; on holidays at 6:30 and [ - ......... I EUREKA SPI~INGS, St. Eiiza-~,.-a ...... 208 LOUISIANA STREET I " I I eta s Church--Mass on first and third ~ :'~POCAHONTAS,-" "" ~t. ~atiJ~s ............ dhtireh I Phone 8342 II SundaYs of .the month at 9 a.m. Masses on Sundays at 8 :OO I I1 FAYETTEVILLE and TONTL 10:00a. m. I LITTLE ROCK, ARK. ]! ~OWN--Masses ~at 8:00 and 10:00 a. PtCESCOTT---Ma~s'" on the firs~ ] [ a. N.B. As the hours 0:~ Mass al- Sunday of the month at 9:30 a. m :ernate each Sunday it i~ well to find ~~ ~ut at Fayettevil]e as to the hour for RATCLIFFE---Mass on the seeped p a~---~icular Sunday. and fourth Sundays of the month at a 8:00 a. m. OgEMAN--1~asses on the second THE CATHOLIC CLUB ~nd fourth Sundays,~ "at 10:30 and ROGERS--Mass on the fourth Sm~ day of the mont hat 9:00 a. m. 'rhtrd and Adams, Memphis, Solicits men's ~:00 ~esDeetivelv. patronage. Hotel Rooms, clean, cool and " - RUSSELLVILLE -- St. A n n's zumfortabte. Reasonably l~rlced. PHIL BLEECKER General Manager Buy Your Lumber and Mill Work From t Snell Rile3t Lumber Company t Phone 3-4136 Little Rock t WALL PAPER We carry a complete line of Wall Paper, Paints, Linoleum and Window Shades. Phone us for Painter or Paperhanger. Diamond Paint & Wall Paper Co. ~16 Louisiana Little Rock, Ark. Yeur Vote and Influence Will Be Appreciated VOTE FOR Will C. (Bill) Mullins ~eption Church.--Masses on the first 5:30, 7:30 and 9:30 a. m. ~unday at 7 a. m., on the second, LITTLE ROCK, St. Edward's third and fourth Sunday at10:30 Church--Masses on Sunday, ]hew t.m. ~ass at 7:00 and 11:00; High Maw BRINKLEY--St. John's Church--- tt 9:00 a. m ....... LITTLE ROCK, Our Lady of Good ~ass every ~unaay at ~ :uu a. m. .............. Counsel Church--Mass on Sunday at CAMDEN, ~t. ~oms unurcn.--- ........... 6"00, 7"30 and 9"00 a m ; on hoR- tiasses on ~un~ay at 7:8o an~ ~:oo ." " _ ' ~ nays, 6:L5 an@ 9:00 a.m., t. m. ......... h first and~MARI~NNA---St. Andrew's Church GAKLI~LI~--MaSs on I~ e ~ I bird Sundays of the month at 10:00' --Mass on the second Sunday of the m month at 8:00 a. m.; on the fourth " _ ,, Sunday, at 10:30 a m CENTER RIDGE.---St. Joseph s ..... " " " ....... mcGEHEE, St. Winand's Church #nurch, Mass uuring me months oi Mas ...... ,, , . _ -- s every ~unaay a~ ~:uu L m. luly and August on me seconu ann MENA ~t -- ' .... - ....... , ~ ~gnes unurcn---m.~. fourth ~unuays at zu:~u a. m on fi--~ ~--~ ......... , . r~ ounuay a~ ~:uu ana u:uu a CHARLESTON---Masses on zirst,rn on e -~ " " d "; s eonu ~unaays at 9"00 a. ms; ,hird and fifth Sundays at ~/:30 an on third and fifth " - " .... "h ~unaays a~ ~ :uu L J'30. a. m., on second and fours m.; on fourth Sundays a~ .... "l'uo a. m, ~undays at 10:30 a. m. , M 0 R R I L T O N, Sacred Heath CONWAY, St. Joseph s Church.-- t~asses on Sunday at 7:00 and 9:00 Chureh--Masses on Sundays at 7:00 t.m. and 9:5~)~ a. m. Church--Mass on the last Sunday of the month at 9:30 a. m. SEARCY---Mass on the second and "ourth Sundays at 9:00 a. m. SLOVACTOWN, St. Cyril an~ Methodius Church---Mass on Sunday and all Holidays of obligation at 9 a. IT1. I STAMPS--Mass on the third Sun- day of the month at 8:30 n. ~a. STUTTGART--Mass on the seeom~ Sunday of the month at 7:30 a. m. On all other Sundays of the month at 8:00 and 10:00 a. m. SUBIACO--Subiaeo Abbey Ch~ ---Masses on Sunday at 5:00-5".80, 6:30, 7:30, with five-minute sermon; 9:00, sermon; 9:25. High M&qs. HeR- days, same time TEXARKANA, St. Edward*e Church---Masses on Sundays ~t "/.-~ and 9:00 a. m. WARREN--Mass on the ~mcom& Sunday of the month at 10:46 a WYNNE.---Immaeulate Coneeptiem Church--Mass on the first Sunday of the month at 10:30 a. m.; on th~ third and fifth Sunday~ at 8:00 a. ms| fen holidays of obligation, at 9.'0@ a. m. -- " Searcy, Ark. An Elementary and Junior Eigh ~chool for Boys Conducted by the Brothers "of the Poor of St.2Francm Write the Rev. Superior for free Catalog J. T. HORNIBROOK Ventilating and All Kinds of Roofing \ Will you be spending the kappieet holiday of a!J the year with those nearest and dearest hack in old Ireland? Cross in the luxurious liner S. S. SAMARIA From N. Y. December 12 From Boston December 14 Direct to Cobh (Queenstown) One Woy Rates: Cabin $1S2.SO Tourist Third Cabin One Way Bates: Cabin $152.50 Tourist Third Cabin $110 Third Class $87.50 Special Reduced Round Trip Rates Cabin $268.50 Tourist Third Cabin $194 Third Ch~ SlOe Cunard cuisine . , Cunard service . . . Mr, J. J. Keating, renowned authority on Ireland, offi- cial conductor and your personal advlser on this excursion. Da~ly Mass celebrated on hoard organized entertainment. UNARD LINE 1135-37 Oli~te St., St. LeuiJ When The Christmas Bells Ring in FOR ALDERMAN Fifth Ward Subject to the Action of the Democratic Primary, November 10, 1930 FORREST CITY.-- St. Francis' dhureh---Mass on the first and fourth ~undays of the month at 8:00 a. m.; m the second, third and fifth Sun- lays, at 10:30 a. m.; on holidays of ~bligation, at 7:00 a. m. FORT SMITH-- Immaculate Con- ;eption Church--Masses every Sun- lay at 6:30, 7:30 and 9:30 a. m. FORT SMITH, St. Bonifaee Church -Masses on Sundays at 6:00, 7:30, md 9:30 a.m. On Holidays at 5:30 md 8:00 a. m. FORT SMITH, Church of Christ ,he King--Masses on Sundays at ;:00 and 9:00 a. m. On Holidays at ":00 and 9.~ a. m. GILLETT---Mass on the second ~unday of the month at 10 a. m. HAMBURG.--Mass oat the fourth ~unday of the month ~t 10:30 a. m. HOPE---Mass on the first and third ~undaysof the month st 7:30 and 1:00 r~spectively. MARRISON--Mass o~, the second Thursday of the month at ~ a. m. HELENA, St. Mary's Church-- ~asses on Sunday at 7:30 and 10:00 L. m. HOT SPRINGS, St. Mary's Church --Masses on Sunday at 8:0~ and