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"" Future Social mu*dl,u rout ,be Im 1"~ -- --d k r vents 'I'u amtay moot $416 Weekday Mass. Mass daily at 8 a. m. Thomas F Walshe, assistant prepared by the pupils of the Sacred Eveni'ng Devotions. Cathedral, is recovering from l Heart School, who will offer ou all Devotions every Sunday evening at Perati Y ~ -. on he recently underwent varieties of such daily necessities, 7:45 o'clock. or. Ymcent,s Infirmary. towels and handkerchiefs. November Devotions. Fish Pond where every bait Devotions in honor of the Holy l'Ioit-Balmat [ catches its fish; where everyone from Souls are held every morning at the Dolly t~stelle Holt of Cabot the tiny infant ola its mother's arm 8 o'clock Mass, Sunday evening in Balmat of this city, weer to grandpa or grandma can geta connection with the regular devo- marriage by Rev. Maurus bite. tions, and special devotions on Fri- 0. S. B., on Friday, Novera- Other Committees. day evenings at 7:45 o'clock, consist- Besides these other committees are engaged in arranging for the dinner. ladies O~dward,s parish supper and dance that will furnish the ,e~ their regular monthly card evening s amusement for all who en- a~, the parish ha!l, Ninth and joy this pastime. The music will be Lreets, Tuesday,. the best, the kind that makes every- The following ladle ~" M ody s feet sore. "" rues. W.D. Lenard, Do not fail to spend your Thanks- Thee Duewe, and giving at the Sacred Heart Parish Hall. Bring your families and friends ----~ - You will not regret a minute spent THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 12, 1927 Pag._. e Thr. ee r ]star of the game. Fred can always IMONSlGNOR ARETZ IS CATHEDRAL NO iw~ doing it nicely until the injuryl MOTHER'S DEATH It his leg forced him from the game. I ~he eve of hm Sunday Masses. ~ | | | | ] Coach Murphy seems: to have develop- I name'sLaSt daWednesdaY'S t , " led two star ends m Harwood and/ "y, t. Hubert s, the Rt. Rev. Low Masses at 7-9 a.m. | | | ][O'Toole. Both these young men play-IMonmgnor Aretz, P. A. V. G., Rector High Mass at 11 a m. "- ! of St Jol 's Semm ed a wonderful game of football, and . )rt ~ ary, was pleasant- ing of the Way of the Cross and Ben- highest pitch of excitement good into that backfield combination he ediction of the Most Blessed Sacra- and bad playing interspersing the will be able to win the remaining ment. Confessions. game, and even to the last minute of games on his schedule. The Eagles play the result seemedto he in journey to Batesviilc on Armistice Confessions are heard every Sat- doubt. D~xy to meet the Arkansas College urday from 4 to 6 and 7:15 to 8:45 Lookiog much b~tter than at anyteam, and unless all signs fail, the p. m. To accommodate those who cannot conveniently come at the time since the season started, the game should be evenly contested. above hours, Confessions are alsoEagles went into the contest as fay- During the month of November,~ heard every Sunday before the Loworites. The presence of Bazil Walsh special devotions of the Holy Souls Masses, and every mornim~ for one- in the lineup seemed to give "pep" are being held at the College in St. Athletics. ] their tackling was a delight to wit- ly surprised by the seminary students Filled with thrills a-plenty, but] ness. For the Bears, it can justly be with a banquet in honor of the day" lacking that push which would as- I said that they did well to keep' the which was 'attended by the Reverend sure a victory to either team, the I Eagles from scoring. Three different Faculty and the pastors of the city. Little Rock College Eagles battled ].times the Eagles advanced the ball It was an evening of festive enter- the Normal College Bears to a 0-01t within scoring distance of the tainment. Sincerely grateful for this score on Kavanaugh Field last Sat-lBears' goal line, only to have their mark of loving fellowship on behalf of the students whom he directs, the urday afternoon before a good-sized{effrts frustrated by the play of the Rt. Rev. Monsignor granted them a gathering of fans and supporters of Bears. free day on Thursday. the Eagles. The Eagle team looked better than It was one of those games which at any time this year, and if Coach Pleasant anticipations of the holi- kept the spectators keyed up to the Murphy can put a little more punch day was dispelled early on Thursday morning when word was received from Aix la Chapelle, Belgium, announcing the death of his beloved mother. The holiday spirit was immediately chang- ed to one of sincere sympathy for the heart-heavy grief of their beloved rector. Arrangements were immedi- ately made for a Solemu Requiem Mass in the Seminary Chanel on Fri- day morning with the Rev. Dr. Fletch- er, Chancellor. as celebrant, Rev. Ed- emale Cast to Present Laugh- $ for St. Patrick's Altar eCiety, November 22. Altar Society of St. Patrick s ,~orth Little Rock, is to prc- mUghable farce, with an entire cast in the Elks' Home, on evening, November 22. Re- are now going on under the Mr. John Pruniski. there. The parishioners promise to half hour before the daily Mass. Con- make your day a pleasant one. fessions on the eve of ttolydays and on the Thursday before the First " = - " ~ Friday are heard at the same hours LAKE VILLAGE on Saturday. Cathedral Aid Society. .... ~ ........ ,*. What is hoped to be the morn sue- All Saints' Day was solenmly ob- eessful carnival in the history of the served at Our Lady of the Lake Aid Society will be held on Monday, Church. As always on Sundays and November 14th. beginning with a tes to Serve Chicken Dinner. holy days. there were two masses. nior class of St. Vincent's Each. was attended by our parish- Nursing are making elabo-tuners and by a large number of out- for their annual siders, who came to take paFc in the which will be served procession to the cemetery. No eight p. m., November 17,doubt, there are often times when Home. In connection former members of this congrega- a bazaar will be held tion long to return for a visit from ~}any pretty hand made art- iClally suitable for Christmas t.e disposed of. The pro- ms affair will go towards their year I'ook, "The gale.,, COUnsel p. T. A. will enter- card party Wednesday after- 16.. the proceeds to defraying the cost of the recen fly purchased lool grounds. A door pr.ize and the prize for ~re at each table will be td-embroidered luncheon Brugnone, president of is in charge, assisted tes Richard Miles, W. E. Frank Mullen, who urge assist in making this Players will ldndly SCore pads and covers. aedral Aid Society will Val at the Parish Center act, on the after- "~Vening of Monday, Novem- "There will be the usual with several new In the afternoon a baby carriage parade in the first three several prizes will be 2:30 a monster card and from 5:30 to a home cooked supper will Popularity contest will Mrs. Frank Letzig in the members of the Aid working hard to make this most successful affairs lder their auspices. iGIVING/PREPARA. SACRED HEART PARISH, MORRILTON :d ~eart Parish, Morril- sending out a bugle call far and near to be big annual Thanks- The affair prom- ~%iggest of the year so the invitation is to the many kind and ads of the parishioners. dinner will be serv- 2 and supper from g Day. The Yes of the parish promise as Will rival tho~e of the far and wide. Ask Who have feasted at Here is your our family and friends dinner at Y low ,pri(e. Do not of getting the ~aOaey can buy at very rates. Busy. committees are busily the event a marked f{a]l Idnds are re- on. The fol- a list of attractive cen- Gift Booth where you Purchases for each family for the holiday low prices, and avoid town rushes. drawing point for ~Weet tooth. and Cold Drink Booth ds Often like to meet. Handkerchief Booth, their present respective homes to old St. Mary's, but they are compelled by circumstances to stifle their ar- (tent longings; however, it is praise- worthy indeed, to note the number of "old timers" who bend every el- fort to get to St. Mary's at least on the first of November each year. Their principal end in coming is, of course, to visit the graves of their dear departed ones. It is a cause of edification to see so many of our former parishioners return for these most beautiful daysbut what is to he said of St. Mary's present mem- bers? To them, indeed, belongs nmch credit for the admirable work they do in beautifying our cemetery and our church property, and for their fervent partaking in all efforts which are conducive to the success of the annual procession. No time or labor is spared when it is time to decorate our graves, and even the non-catho- lics admire the spirit shown by the Catholics of this congregation. On Nov. 2, there were three masses at our church. The last, which was at eight o'clock, was a requiem high mass. During each of the All Souls' Masses there were many of the faith- ful who received holy communion. Rev. J. F. Galloni drove to Lake Providence, La., on Oct. 30, in order to meet the Rt. Rev. Bishop Van De Ven of Alexandria, La. The Rt. Rev.: Bishop administered confirmation at Lake Providence on Sunday morn- ing. The pupils of the third, fourth, and fifth grades of St. Mary's entertained the pupils of the remaining grades at a Hallowe'en party Monday, Oct. 31. The little folks were charming entertainers. After having conducted a series of clever stunts and games, they served dainty refreshments. They netted for the school fund, $7.30. The first Friday breakfast, which is monthly served by the pupils of the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades, was remarkably~pl#asant this month. Besides the school children, there were card party at 2:30 in the afternoon and continuing until late in the eve- ning with many attractions and events to hold the attention of all who at- tend. An afternoon feature will be the I)oll Carriage Parade which will have a large nmnber of entries. This will be open to all children in the city below the first three grades of school. A real "'honest to goodness' home cooked supper will be served in the Cathedral Hall from 5::),0 to 8 p. m., with plenty to eat for all. The entire group of buildings which comprise the parish center at 503 East Sixtla street, will be utilized for the carnival, and "from present indications they will not be any too large to accommodate all who will wish to attend the carnival. During" the evening hours, the ladies in charge of the various booths will offer nov- elties suitable for Christmas gifts, all of which may be purehase,t at nominal prices. This will give every- one an opportunity to secure their Christmas gifts ehrly: Home made cakes, fancy articles, homemade can- dy, soft drinks of all kinds, with a wide variety of selections of articles will be ~n sale all evening in the parlors of the school. The entire school will be given over to the card party, while the supper will be held in the hall. The rooms on the ground floor of the school building will be utilized for evening carnival features. The game of tango will occupy the members of Circle No. 2, Mrs. Eugene Harrington, chairman, where these ladies will direct the play. The booth containing the fancy articles will be in charge of Mrs. Burrows, chairman of Circle No. ], with a lart~e corps of assistants. Circle No. 4, Mrs. Frank Haley, chairman, assisted by the members of the Circle will have charge of the home made cake and candy booth. Circle No. 7, Mrs. Harry Casey, chairman, will direct the sale of fancy ices and soft drinks. Miss Florence Cash, chairman of Circle' No. 3, will have charge of the supper arrangements, and it goes without saying that the supper will be well served. Miss Cash will be assisted by a large number of ladies of the vari- ous Circles in her work. A popularity contest in charge of Mrs. Frank Let- zig will be another feature that should att~"act a lot of interest. The many of the grown-ups who} Carnival Committee is composed of the various members of the Aid So- "nickel breakfast" as for themoral. . during the past month, and will con- plam support which can no~ be more- I tinue unabated up 'to the. Chrishnas ly shown than by their presence. Last holidays. Circle No. 4, Mrs. Haley, can imagine. it possible to have these breakfasts The credit of making West Twenty-fifth street, with a large is due mainly to Mrs. Sam Forte, "St. Mary's doughnut genius." She is kind enough to make and donate two hundred or more delicious dough- nuts each time. The sugar, milk, co- coa, etc., used at the school are do- nated by various members of the congregation. Mr. Pete Mulligan re- cently donated a sack (100 lbs.) of sugar. This week we were surprised by Messrs. Sam and Joe Forte, who presented us with a fifty-pound4stick of candy to be used for the benefit of our school. Many thanks to these two loyal supporters and active boost- ers. Our pastor, Rev. J. F. GaUoni, has i attendance of members present. A delicious luncheon was served at the noon hour after which all the mem- bers present adjourned to the monthly meeting of the Aid Society. Circle No. 1, Mrs. Burrows, chair- man. held an enjoyable and interest- ing meeting on Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Brodie and Mrs. McFarlane as hostesses. Plans were made for the coming carnival at the meeting. recently been appointed as a anember of the advisory board of the new city library. We are willing to pre- dict a gTeat success for this new undertaking; for Father Galloni could not be at the head o~ an un- mcesful enterprise. to the team, and time after time when " kie" w Boo" as called on to put over a few yards advance, he seldom fail- ed. tie is'still quite a few pounds un- der weight, but that did not seem to slow him up one bit. Paul Iteslin. at halfback also played a sterling game of football. Paul is a heady player, who knows how to play the game for all that it is worth, and it was not his fault that the Eagles did not win. The punting of Francis McGowan was again a big feature of the play. Mc- Gowan continues to lead all others in the state as a punter, and on Satur- day he clearly demonstrated l~is abil- ity as a punter par-excellence. John Sullivan, Dave Barbour and ttenry Namour were others of the Eagles' team who gave a good account of themselves. Until he was injured, the old reliable Fred Halley was a Circle No. 3, Miss Florence Cash, chairman, held its regular weekly ineeting in the Vestry of the Cathe- dral on Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. Circle No. 7, Mrs. Harry Casey, chairman, held a largely attended meeting at the Cathedral School par- lors, 503 East Sixth street, on Wed- nesday to plan for the work of the carnival. This Circle held a very successful card party at the school parlors last week. Circle No. 2, Mrs. Eugene Harrh:g- ton, chairman, held a largely atten-!- ed meeting at .the home of Mrs. W. Biffelow Robinson, 1009 Batqcery St., on Friday last with the hostess serv- !ng a dainty lunch at the noon hour. This circle will meet during the nres- ent week with Mrs. Frank Erhart, 494 Ridgeway, Pulaski Heights, on Thurs- day at which plans will be made for future activities, and for the work of the Circle in the carnival. The regular monthly meeting of the Aid Society was held in the school parlors on Monday of this week with the president, Mrs. Charles Franz, presiding. Circle No. 7 served re- freshments at the close of the meet- ing. Cathedral Catholic Club. Due to the interest of a group of young ladies, members of the Cathe- dral Catholic Club, a successful work is being carried out in the adjoining town of Bauxite among the Mexicans who are living there. Every other Sunday these young ladies journey to Bauxite where they have charge of the Sunday School for the children of the Mexicans who reside there, and their work has met With unusual suc- cess. The latest reports tell of the increased interest in the wbrk being done and of the numbers of children who are now in attendance. Thirty-five children now attend the school regularly, and this number is being added td each session. The young ladies under the direction of Dr. Annie Bremyer are making plans to have a Christmas tree party for the children around the Christmas time. The work is growing rapidly and much credit is due the young ladies who have shown such a fine spirit of helpfulness in carrying on the school so successfully. The Cathedral Club is also spon- soring a sale ~)f religious articles every ,Sunday in the Tower-room of the Cathedral. Here one may pur- chase religious articles such as books, prayer - books, pictures, rosaries, Christmas cards, statuary and the like, and the sale is meeting with success. It is a convenience for those who wish to purchase such articles and is highly appreciated by all. l~struetion Class. To "accommodate those who are anxious to learn about the teachings of the Church, an Instruction Class, meeting on Monday and Wednesday evenings of each week in the Cathe- dral Rectory has lately been establish- ed. The work of the class has been highly successful and during the past two weeks seven converts have been received into the Church. The at- tendance is growing each week--evi- dencing the interest shown in the classes. John's Chapel, Morris Hall, on Sun- day evenings. The devotions consist of the Way of the Cross followed by Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Devotions are also heht every morning at the seven o'clock student Mass. During the past week practically every class in the College has held an election of officers, and this week it is planned ~o organize the student conference. The Conference will be composed of the Officers of each Class in the College directed by a member of the Faculty. The student conference is an important institu- tion at the College since it enters into all the activities of the school. The Freshmen Class will hold a social at the College Gymnasium on Saturday evenings from 8:00-11:00 p.m. Later in the year, the Fresh- men plan to entertain the entire Col- lege student body at a social. The members of the Freshmen Class entertained those who attend- ed the College-Normal football game last Saturday by stunts of various kinds between the halves. Plans are being made by the Junior Class to conduct the annual Prom after the Christmas holidays at which all the students of the college will be their guests. Those who have any doubts about the .effectiveness of the "Freshman Rule" should attend the meetings on the "Oval" ahnost any no0n-hour. Herd the Froshies are properly intro- duced to the idea of observing all the rules laid down for their guidance by the Sophs, under the direction of President James Orphan. Conference. The weekly conference was held last week with the Rev. President as speaker. MORRIS PREP SCHOOL NOTES Displaying marked improvement over their previous games, the Mor- ris Preps, of Little Rock College, played a tie game with Cabot High School at Cabot on Friday with the score at 6-0 at the end of the game. Cabot scored early in the first quarter, when with a long forward pass which caught the Preps off their gfiard, they gained thirty yards, and then plugged the line for the touch- down. They failed to kick the goal. From then on it was a battle royal, with 'the ball in the possession of the Preps mogt of the time. A pretty pass at the end of the~game, Ross to Cunningham, gave a score to the Preps, but a fumble prevented the team from scoring the extra point. For Cabot High the forward passing game was resorted to all through the game, and until the Preps solved the play large gains were made on this style of play. For the Preps, Hedges played a stellar game, carrying the ball for long gains, and plunging the line again and again for a substantial advance. Power at end, Schultz at halfback, Smith and Bednar in the' line and Ross at quarter played well. A large delegation from the Prep School accompanied the team, and kept the cheering section lively throughout the game. ward P. Garrity, deacon. Rev. Father J. Gallagher master of ceremonies, all professors at the Seminary. The Requiem Chants were rendered by the Seminary choir. Present at the Mass were the entire clergy of the city who condoled wi~h the b~ reaved rector. N. C. C. W. OF DENVER TO AID RADIO TALKS (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) Denver, Colo., NOV. 5. The quar- terly board meeting of the Denver Diocesan Council of Catholic Women just held here voted to finance the radio lectures which are given Sun- day mornings by Father Francis M. Walsh of this city. The meeting also discussed plans for the annual meeting of the dio- cesan council to be held in this city in January. Mrs. M. J. O'Fallon, president of the council, reported on the seventh annual convention of the National Council of Catholic Women a~ Washington, which who atended. New York to Cobb (Queens. town) and Liverpool. SCYTHIA LACONIA AURANIA ANDANIA SAMARIA SCYTHIA *Via Boston. N. York, Londonderry, Glasgow CAMERONIA Nov. 19 Sts. Auspices Cathedral Aid Society PARISH CENTER 503 EAST 6TH ST. Card Party, 2:30 p. m. Doll Carriage Parade, 4 p. m. Home Cooked Supper, 5:30 to 8 p. m. AFTERNOON AND EVENING MONDAY, 14 All Children Below the Third Are Eligible for the Doll Carriage Parale. Popularity for all