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PAGE EIGHT THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 8, 1930 PH'ls DO The ladies of the Little Flower] ?Oh-. and Mrs. A.J. Buerer, ~f 1604 Agnes Academy and St. Mary's Col-and C. L. Lefresh. It mattered litt'e A~-~|~~T~ THRONGS Church are planning a card party to vinton Avenue, have returned from a.lege at Notre Dame, Indiana. She to the boys if the victory of Sunday be given at the Catholic Club, Wed- delightful trip to Hot Springs, At- was mal:r{ed to Prof. Lyne in the old~afternn the Tigers,_ they nesday afternoon, November 19. The kansas, where they have been for the!St. Patrick's Church, which sh~ at-had a glorious fmle, and they proved AT INSTALLATION OF ballroom will be beautifully decorated past month, tended for years, 'til the formation to one of the largest crowds that they ~CBIS~0P with fall flowers, home made candy! -- -~ of the new Parish of the Immaculate are good players. They were escorted STRITCH will be sold during the afternoon.[ Mrs. M. E. Carter, Sr., and her Conception Church. to the train Sunday night, and quite There will be both table and attend-,daughter, Miss Anne Carter, of 2921 Mrs. Lyne is survived by two sons, ance prizes awarded to the success-]Union Avenue, lef~ Saturday for New Thomas C. Lyne and James J. Lyne; ful contestants. This will be tl~e ]York, where they will visitwith one sister, Mrs. Louise Ford Booth, second- in the series of card parties for several weeks, of Chicago, and two brothers, Edward that are to .be given, the proceeds telfriends' ____ B. Ford and James A. Ford, of Mem- be used in the building fund for the] There will be a special meeting of phis. Mrs. Lyne was also a sister of in the English Room of Hotel Pea-irahies attending the enthronement new church, which has recently been the Ashfield Memorial Circle of the the late Mrs. Frank Sturla, Mrs. El- body, in special complimen~t to the of the Most Rev. Samuel A. Stritch, complet~d. Mrs. Fred Sehul~ is King's Daughters, Thursday morning len Ennis, and Mr. Thon~as Henry little Miss Elizabeth Flannery, the oc-ins Archbishop of Milwaukee. Invi- general chairman. She is being most at 10:30 o'clock in the CatholiciFord, all of this city. The funeral, casion .being her eighth blrEl[ay. Theitations are being mailed to the Apes- ably assisted by the following ladies Club. Mrs. J. T. McTighe, president, under ~he direction~'~f her nephew, Hallowe'en i~dea was carried out, both itolic Delegate to the United S~ates, of the new Parish: Mmes. Pat Lyons, will preside, and urges a large at- Mr. Frank Sturla, of Spenser-Sturla John Schaffler, Tom Robinson, Jr., tendance. Company, was held from the family able to pay a fee, only eight eeeded in obtaining a nullity tion. And of the 28 poor twelve heard their I arrih nounced void. The summary further discasses~ steps which must be taken cause reaches the Rota Mentioning the local courts which first hear comments on the for the most part Protestants and to not a few olics as well. Diocesan Matrimonial Ca In every fully constituted there exists a Matrimo erected by the authority op, which is competent to order to play. At the bunco tables, luck was still against them, as th~ dice were of different sizes. Every known device, game, or call it what you may, was introduced, to shake the dignity ~f the "Solemn Seniors." The afternoon was indeed a delight- ful one, and will long be a treasured memory in tb, e minds of the Class of $'1. The youthful hostesses felt amply repaid for all their work by the spontaneous cooperation .of the class, proving they were "good ~wports." A delic!ous menu was served, in which the colors of the "spooks" were carried out, and at the vote of thanks was ~iven to thesmem- hers of the Music Department ~f the High School. The pi~pils of St. Agnes Academy and College were entertained with a Hallowe'en party, Friday afternoon. Dancing was enjoyed, and at a ]ate hour supper was served. The guests were all- in ,costume. The prize waltz was captured by Misses Harriet Leppert and Stel]a Robilio. Guessing games a'nd other Hallowe'en sports were enjoyed. A fortune telling booth, with Miss Mary Sue Rhodes in charge, proved a great source of fun. The carnival that was held on the grounds of S~. Agnes Academy, Thursday afternoon grid evening, un- der the sponsorship of the Alumnae proved a most delightful affair. Edward Longinotti, Maury Young, residence, wi~h a Requiem l~igh Mass rimonial cases, it is pointed out~ at the Immaculate Conception in entertaining her youthf~uI guests . e, J'Handwerker, J" McNamara,W.JosephH. Pisto]e,Hewitt' J.samG. st.Thephilomenaregular monthlYGuild w]llmeetingbe Ofheldthe Church, and burial in Calvary Ceme- by. the ho-oree's:, mother, Mrs. I theplansDioceSeare OfbeingTOledO.made to send in- itym particularof a particulart determindmarr!ageth Lemm, Arthur Shea, C. R. Uhlmann, Charles E. Reagin, ~. E. ~Pitt, Percy Tuesday morning in ~he home of Mrs. tery. Mrs. Lyne's deat~ came as a Charles M. F,annerj. The guest list vitations also to the clergy in Nash- in certain specified types of kresult of the infirmities attendent on included the following: Misses Evelyn 'vi]le, Tenn., where Archbishop Stritch which must be sent direct to Todd, Harry Reilly, Char~les Town- Clarence Brown, 646 East Drive. The "her age. The sympathy of a large Warder, Mar~y Collette Crone, Nancy lwas born. When this diocesan court has meeting will be presided over by Mrs. circle of friends is extended to the Shea, Erleen English, Katherine and send, Mark Waggoner, and A. J p. M. Birmingham, pres:dent. A E it decision, tZe same case has McNicholas. large attendance is requested, as bust- bereaved members of the family. JeanneDorothyShea,Levy,MarYMaryVirginiaDoyle,Craven,Elaine t N "CATHOLIC Y M SscHOOLS SAT tried over again by a'se on hess of importance will be discussed. Mrs. Lena Quinlan, wife of Mr. Buchignani, Geraldine Farrell, Mar- In the normal course of The Auxiliary of St. Catherine's r jorm Oehm, and Rose Marm Mc BAPTISTS' CONVENTION trial was in a diocesan One of the most delightful Hal- James P. Quin,an, for many yea st! " - " "l second hearing takes place |owe'en parties of the past week was superintendent of Calvary Cemetery, Kenzle. " " I Syracuse, N. ~:., Oct. 27.--Dr. court of the Archbishop of s given by the Music Department o~lClub will meet at the Club, 849 Pop- died at the ~amilv residence. 1660[ -- [John F. Fraser, a Protestant minis- ince. If the case was first t~ " - " 111 Mr Sflv~o Scionti was hostat a' Sacred Hear~ High School, in specialllar Avenue: Wednesday morning, at Mississippi Boulevard, after an " - [ " " I ter of New York City, last week this latter court, then the was lovely event last Thursday, when he rame th compliment to the members of the 10:30 o'clock. Mrs. Sam Willlamson hess covering many months. She I i P " d e Catholic system of par- court might be that of one i Senior Class of the school.Bridge, lwill ~reside. The wonderful wor~I held entertained w~th a spaghett~ supper at ochml scho l 56 years old. The funeral was ~ " " ' " " i " o s in the course of an suffragan Sees designated Wi w~th the Memph s Conservatory o Music I ,, at which the Solemn Sen!ors were .being accomplished by the ladies who ~from the home Monday morning ' I ~ " " address, Faith on the Earth Or Is approval of Rome a~s the second forced to don huge farmer gloves, in compose the membership of this club One of the most beautiful features of Requiem High Mass at St. Thomas~ Church. Rev. Fr. James T. Lorigan Ithe evening was the musical program..] the Worlda ministers'Ging conferenceRed?" deliveredat the of Ifthethearchdicese'two celebratedthe Mass. The burial, tMr. Scionti and Prof. Bohlmann pro-]before courts agree annual meeting of the Baptist Mis- verdict, the sentence is a under the direction of McDowell and sented the Kublau Sonatina, the sec-lsionary Convention here. one and mav be acted upon, Monteverde, was in Calvary come- end part having been written by[ Dr. Fraser urged religious educa- either side chooses to has attracted the attention of the city at large. They are indeed to be congratulated. The club contin- ues to grow, and the young girls who make their home at St. Catherine's are about the most contented crowd of girls to be found anywhere. The Home is under the patronage of the club, with Mrs. Lucy McCall as t}~e hostess. A graciou~ welcome await~ anyone who visits the home, from the charming hostess, who is a veritable "Mother" to the girls. The Auxiliary of the Christian Brothers College has selected Tues- !day afternoon, November 18, as the date of their annual card party. It will be given at the Catho]ic Club. Unusually attractive prizes are be- ing arranged by the committee, and an enjoyable afternoon is assured all lwho attend. The ,chairmen of ~he various committees are as follows: !Attendance prizes, Mrs. R. E. Ching; iTable Prizes, Mrs. J. B. McGinnis; iCards, Mrs. Dave Zanone; Bunco, i Mrs. I. C. Fuchs; Candy, Mrs. J. iMetts. Reservations may be made with Mrs. C. M. Miller, or any mem- ber of the Auxiliary. The ladies of St. Mary'~s Parish are busy with arrangements for the Ra- violi dinner and card party to be given at the Catholic Club, next Tues- day, November 11. Dinners will be served from 12 to 2; the card game Quite a large crowd were present, a financial and we feel sure it was . " ." iwill begin about 2:30. Hand era- success. One of the mostinteresting .,broidered scarfs and centerp!eces will ~ery. Mrs. Quintan is ~urvived by her husband, a daughter, Mrs. Mary R~der; two sisters, Mrs. Barbara Ryan, of Memph!s, and Sister Pact- flea, of Oldenburg, Indiana; and two bro~her~, William Darr, of Alligator, Mississippi, a~d Jacob Darr, of Old- enburg, Indiana. Mrs. Victoria C. Cucinotta, widow of the late Sylvcster Cucinotta, died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. James A. Venderburg, 1274 Green- wood Street, after an illness of only ithree days. Mrs. Cu.einotta was 64 years of age, having been a resident [of Memphis for over 40 years. She was born in Germany. Her husband I preceded her in death about 35 years ago. She leaves the following daughters, Mrs. Venderberg, Mrs. Clothilda Dreiling, of St. Louis, Me., Mro. Will Wade, and Mrs. Frank Malone, of Tuscumbia, Alabama, and Mrs. S. A. Puryear, of Memphis. The funeral was held from the residence, with services in St. Mary's Church, and burial in Memphis Memdrial Park Cemetery. The sympathy of a host of friends is extended to the bereaved daughters in the loss of their devoted mother. WEDDING ~tucke. by Cha~=~inade. It was indeed a delightful evening, and at the con- clusion of the mus!cal program, sup- per was served. Continued improvement in the health of Rev. Fr. John F. Hayes is the latest report. While Fr. Hayes is not yet ab:e to take up the duties of the parish, there is a decided turn to the road to normal health. Th~s an- nouncement is sure to be a source of g~;eat pleasure to th~ hundreds of friends of this noble priest~ who have been anxiously awaiting his return to his usual good health. We sincerely hope that the improvemen~ w~ll con- tinue, and that his friends will soon have the pleasure of seeing him again. Plans are about completed for the annual party of the International Federation of Catholic Alumnae, which will be giveri in tt~e ball room of the Catholic Club. at 2:15 the afternoon of November 8. Mrs. L. D. Scott, local Regent, is general chairman. The proceeds of this affair is used in the educational fund of the parochial school, preserved the age- old teaching of Christianity, Dr. Fraser declared. Ite advocated the establishment of similar educational systems by other denominations. Figures of Rota Marriage Court Refute Calumny Of 58 Causes Heard, Ofily 20 Unions Were Declared Null; Most of Cases Involved Poor Persons, and Many Paid Nothing. (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) Paris, Oct. 28.---Complete refuta- tion- of the ofte-repeated assertion that large sume of money find their way into the Vatican coffers from the purses of the rich in return for decisions of the Sacred Tribunal of the Rota decreeing the nullity of marriages, is to be found in a list of cases tried by the Rota during the year 1929. The list has just been made the subject of an interesting Rome. If the two courts the case is referred to a diction, and for all poses this means the of the RoSa in Rome. Bishop Blesses French Brl dge; President Paris, Oct. 30. A ma crete bridge, a thousand and said to be the largest world, which crosses the ~he Elorn between Plou Brest, was blessed by the Adolph Duparc, Bishop of and inaugurated by the the Republic in an im mony attended by 40,000 pe Two processions made up from the parishes on the river set out Brest and Plougastel, meeting way on the bridge. The mounted a temporary platform on one of the/sidewalks of the and from this great height river addressed the multitude e and women, most of the regional costumes of After the chanting of Bishop blessed the superb and declared it to be features of the carnival was the pop- be given as table prizes. About 20 The marriage of Miss Aline As~or, Circle. Home made candy will be on summary published in Etudes, a lead- public. ularity contest. This was won by attendance prizes will be awarded, daughter of Mr. John J. Astor, of 820 s,!e, under the charge of Miss Imelda ing French ecclesiastical review. Miss Pauline Marquette, a I member :Among them are basket,, of groceries, North Avalon Street, and Mr. Everet~ ~anton. Mrs. J. B. Coon, and M'~ss Contradicting anti-Catholic reports Quimper, Oct. of the Senior Class of the Academy. l a ham, and several attractive arti- H. Loucks, of Denver, Colo., was Alice Bri~,nardello. Cards. Pencils that the tribunal is literally swamp- Brest, President Doumergue Tal!ies care l cles of electric goods. The list is n:t quietly solemnized in the Rectory errand will be taken of by ed with nullity actions, the total hum- t::i; tt~QUllhl:::,/;ember At a meeting of the Junior Class ye~ complete. The ladies in charge The Little Flower Church, last Wed-:~rs. John Breen. Mrs. P. Avila Mr- ber of cases dealt with by the Rota . g ~, of the Sacred Heart School held Tues- of this affair are Mines. John De]an- Inesday evenlng, by Rev. Fr. Charles ~PhilUvs and Dgrs. Frank Byrd are so.- during the year was only 67, and of ce~ved at the Prefecture a w, day afternoon, the election of offi-leY, C. S. Ellers, Louis Penochio, BeniN. Quest, in the presence of re~ativesicuring the table prizes. The attend- these only 58 concerned the validity the Rt. Rev. Ado'.ph Dupare, cers was held. This is a very ira-iWatson, Mary S. Joyce, T. H. Bran-land a few close friends. The bride :~nee prizes are ~n the care of Mrs. of particular marriages. In twenty o~ Quimper. portant event, and we feel sure it is ~;non, George Monaghan, W. S. Gil-twas dressed in green velvet, with ac-iWill Duke. The decorations will be I cases out of the 58 the court passed' The prelate, in offering th preceded bv a bit of "lobbvins" We!bert. T. A. Haggerty, Frank Co!e, W. I cessories to match. She carried a !attended to by Miss Ro~e Catherinela sentence of nullity, and in the re- dent the homage of the ~annot tell how our state elections'S. Schurmeyer, Tom Robinson, Neppie shower bouquet of Pernet roses and ~:tIerbers. Reservations may be made maining 38 declared ~hat the mar- clergy, reminded him that he ~Dgiia~~, ~r~]~ii:r sDoium::~::~ii:tR!i ti !~U~cp~Tn~h~:i!di~Mi::!~::/Pi~ ~!iiYwA]iltol~dSi o~lYe~!!in daGai~':[ S!i ~!!~h~,,I~:: ~ddarF~aM!~i:~!i ~i~!!i~ roughlyriage waStwo_thirdsValid. ThiSof meanSthe casesthatthetll body,find incatholicthe DioceSeand everf Qu'mpe~o r r verdict was that the marriage was President Doumergue, a of the class above mentioned, ly in the date, as the A~mistice pc- Talisman roses. The groom was at-lFrom the plans that have been made valid in spite of the considerations in thanking the Bishop for Miss Anna Catherine Borg was rude is sure to draw a large crowd to tended by Mr. B~yant McLean, of ithe party t hi~ year will eclipse any of urged against it. wishes of the clergy, said chosen for the office of president, with Miss Della Robilio as vice presi- dent; Miss Barbara Lehr will handle the tedius duties of secretary, while the important task of handling the class funds is in the hands of Miss Anna Mae Broens. The class colors nor flowers was decided, but will be made at the next meeting. t Announcement has been made by Rev. Fr. Patrick 0'Hanlon, that on town, and where is the mortal nmn or woman or child, who doesn't "love to 'eat ravioli"? Here's to the success ~of the coming affair. In looking over the program for the coming week to be broadcast over Station WMC, it gives us great D~ea~ mext Sunday morning at the 9 o)clock Mass, a Mission will be opened. This Mission will be conducted by lar Avenue We ho"e some of our Rev. Fr. Alex Kilgour, a member of~,.. " . ..P.~ . _. .... " ... . .~ . }Arkansas reaaers Will tune Ill on ne l~asslonlsl; uruer o~ uincinna~i .............. .~., . .... lw~au Tnurs~ay morning a~ lu:~u zr ~ng~r m a notea spea~er, anOde,clock, and enjoy a rare thea~ we feel sure that any one attending will be amply repaid for any trouble or sacrifice they may make, in being present at every service. Fr. O'Han- Ion extends a cordial invitation to the Catholics of the city to be present. The Mission will continue for ten days. Mrs. John Banks, of the Almadura Apartments on Poplar Avenue, is en- joying a visit in Hot Springs, Arkan- DEATHS Mrs. Joanna Ford Lyne, a lifelong resident of Memphis, passed away at the family residence, 1947 Higbee Avenue, at the age of 80 years. Mrs. Lyne was the widow of the late Pro- fessor Dan Lyne, who for years was teacher of the Classics at the ChEs- tian Brothers College. Mrs. Lyne ~as born in Memphis, the daughter of sas. She plans to remain there about',the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ford. three weeks. She received her education at St. Denver, Colo. After January 1, Mr. the former successes of this organi- and Mrs. Loucks will be at home in tion. Denver, where the groom is connected with the U. S. government. The members of St. Thomas' Parish who attended ear!y'-~Iass last Sunday morning witnessed a most solemn scene, when the entire football team from Ironton, Ohio, who were sched- uled to meet the Memphis Tigers, Sunday afternoon, were present and 1,000 Shool Children Sing Mass of Spokane Eucharistic Congress (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Spokane, Wash, Oct. 31.---A dio- ~,esan Eurharistic Congress for the )enefit of the clergy in this diocese approached the Communion Rail in'has just been held here. Pontific~al a body to receive Our Divine Lord ~High Mass, celebrated at Our Lady of into their hearts. It was indeed an :Lourdes Cathedral, attended by about inspiring sight, and made a lasting 50 members of the clergy and more impression on every on~ in the than 1,000 parochial school ,children. Church. Rev. Ft. Brockner, the pus- The Mass was featured by the singing tot from Ironton, being a lifelong of the common prayers by the chil- friend of Rev. Fr. James T. Lorigan, dren under the direction of the Rev. it naturally followed that Fr. Loft- Edward A. McNamara, S.J., ef Gon- gun would be host t~o the "boys," zaga University. The Rt. Rev. whose official name is "Tanks." Charles D. White, Bishop of Spokane, These boys were met by a delega- was the celebrant of the Mass, while tion and escdrted to St. Thomas' Father McNamara preache