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THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 19, 1943 PAGE THREE an AND STORIES or Send Social Items to The Guardian " SUBMITTED 309 West Second St., Phone 5486, by [ MUST BE ]Noon Tuesday. I SIGNED Garvin, St. Joseph's Fayetteville, has recently the Army Air Corps, and stationed at Sheppard Texas. His father, a Col- the army, is seeing action Pacific theatre of war. Charles G. McNeil, 1311 returned to Camp Hulen, Tuesday night, after a de- visit with his parents and Charles was recently to the rank of First Paul Bujarski is spending day vacation in old Mexico, by her son, Petty Joe Bujarski, A.M.M. 3-c Naval Air Corps, stationed ms Christi, Texas. Before home, she will also visit in San Antonio, and McAllen, Texas. Cpl. Robert A. M. Landenberger, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lan- denberger of 410 West 21st Street, North Little Rock, has received his good conduct medal after more than a year with General Eisen- hower's Headquarters. He espec- ially wants to thank his many friends for their frequent corres- pondence vhich has helped great- ly to brighten his "Army Days". Electrical Contracting and Repairing of all Kinds Estimates Free EDDIE BALL Telephone 4-4904 TRANG E BUT TR.U Little-Known Facts for Catholics E tM. J. MURRAY I. m  ,. -, a,, iSLe'NO oF" "r00E [ 4..lOkY VIROIN. [ w, ts uge t;o IMMEDIATELY AFTER ITS CONSCIrlON " WAS IN'TROOUCED EIIONIOU S " TEACl..IIN "TI-T ,i CHRI$'I" BOOy WAS NOT PRESENT . UNTIL AF'11R "IHE ] Ccsc.'no I or CUCJ Red Hears five Junior Red Cross of Saint School was addressed Owen, County Represen- of the Junior Red Cross of Rock. Miss Owen express- admiration and apprecia- their splendid work and program given by November Meeting Of Altar Society Makes Many Plans Fayetteville. 7- At the Novem- ber meeting of the Altar Society of St. Joseph's Church, members planned to have a rummage sale on November 20th. Plans were also completed for GAZE ON THEIR GRANDMOTHERS, Representing the fourth generations of women in their families to attend Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Ind., are two freshmen in the college this year, Margaret Harrington (left), Denver, Colorado, and Janet Taylor, Albany, New York. Their mothers, grandmothers, and great grandmothers attended Saint Mary-of-the-Woods. Here they are looking at pictures of their grandmothers in the headquarters of the college alumnae associa- tion. (N.C.W.C.) Greater Little Rock Activities St. Andrew's Cathedral Sunday Masses at 6, 7, 9, 10, and 11 o'clock. Masses at Holy Souls Chapel will be at 7:30 and 9:00 o'clock. Masses during the week at the Cathedral will be at 7 ad 8 e'clock. Novena in honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal followed by Benediction of he Most Blessed Sacrament will be held Sunday night beginning at 7:45 o'clock. Novena in honor of St. Teresa, the Littie Flower, on Wednesday morning following the 7 and 8 o'clock Masses. The regular "Inquiry Class" will be held at the Cathedral Rect6ry, 802 Center St., Tuesday evening at 7:45, or any other night during the week (except Wednesday or Saturday night) by appointment. % Holy Souls' Mothers Club will meet at Holy Souls' School Mon- day afternoon, November 22nd, at 2:00 p.m. St. Edward's Church Sunday services: Masses, 5:30, 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Sermon: "The Middle Stage after Death." This is Communion day for the women of the Parish. Novena of the Sacred Heart of Jesus at 3:00 p.m. Weekday services: Communion Mt. St. Mary's the regular monthly spaghetti d00n-j C ig ner, to be served Thursday, Dec- eep ampa n ember 2nd. A Christmas Bazaar' ,embers of Saint Edward's following officials an( of the P.T.A. were pres- the meeting: Mrs. Herman President; Mrs. Yerby, -sident; Mrs. Anthony Secretary; Mrs. Charles Mrs. Louis Hart, Mrs. tterman Kreese and Edith Will represent the Junior of Saint Edward's at a on Saturday, November Rhein will give a re- the activities of Saint Ed- SPecial Christmas gifts the are making filled stockings, tray covers, Cribs, Menu covers and They are also col- oys for poor children. cards were given last The three highest grades class are respectively: eight, Charles Hanson, Malachowski, and Grade seven, Betty Jackie Foreman and Elms. Grade six, Do- Rose Marie Nab- Cumnock. Grade Seerey, Sam Poe, and eat. Grade four, Mary Bob Fore- Patricia Land. Grade Nabholz, Betty Proctor Taylor. Eleanor Lipsmeyer, Belmont, and Lawrence Grade One, Joseph E. Kordsmeier, and Belmont. Flower Sodality had l was planned early in December'. Installation of officers is to be held at the next regular meeting, the first week in December, at which time a covered dish lunch- con will be served. A cordial in- vitation is extended to all new parishioners to attend this meet-: ing. Present offiicors are, Mrs. Sam Gearhart, president, Mrs. G. P. Stocker, vice-president, Mrs. A. Hernandez, secretary, and Mr. D. McCormick, treasurer. At the meeting a surprise pack- age was donated by a member, and raffled. The proceeds went to the War Bond Fund. AIte the business meeting, Mrs. Jack Reed, and Mrs. Helen Barren, hostesses, served refreshments. Surprise Shower For Benedictine Nuns, Nov. 10 The Sisters of St. Benedict's School, Subiaeo, were very pleas- antly surprised with a generous shower of food and miscellaneous gifts, given by the Mother's Soc- iety of St. Benedict's, November tenth. The Sisters were very grateful for theme most welcome donations and wished the Society God's richest Blessings. election of new officers. They are as follows: Mary Dolores Probst, President; Katherine Probst, Vice President; Bernice Henderson, SecretarY; Irene Gerke, Treasurer. "Home for Clergy Wear" Reasonable Prices 00UBE s SCOTT INCORPORATED 41?-41g Main Street UtUe  P. Passes Half Mark Little Rock.--Mt. St. Mary's students passed the half-way mark last week in a campaign to buy their second army jeep. The Campaign to sell $1165.00 worth of defense stamps and bonds during a six-week period, to end December 7, has every in- dication of being most successful. Sales at the end of the third week :how that $765.80 worth have been b0ht. Members of the Mount Press Club sponsor the sale of defense stamps to the classes, on Tuesday. Defense stamp salesmen during the jeep campaign are Dorothy Sue Gaines, replacing Arminta Jane Nichols, Senior Class sales- man; Jane Morgan, Juniors; Helen Louise McCulloch, Sophomores; Rose Metrailer, Freshmen; and Geraldine Wright, grade school. Mt. St. Mary's has also applied for a Minute Man Flag, awarded by tbe Treasury Department to schools in which ninety per cent of the students are regular de- fense stamp purchasers. Student defense stamp buyers received from the Rt. Rev. Msgr. John J. Healy, diocesan super- visor of schools, tickets admitting them to view the Jap Suicide Sub- marine, recently exhibited in Lit- tle Rock. Junior Red Cross Organized Mt. St. Mary's chapter of the Junior Red Cross reorganized for the year with 100 per cent en- rollment. Projects undertaken by the stu- dent members include the knit- ting of sweaters, mufflers, and af- ghan squares; the making and fitting out of utility bags; the col- lection of magazines and medicine bottles; and various other ac- tivities. Mrs. Joe Beck, Red Cross chair- man for the Little Rock parochial schools, has appointed Joyce Frazier chairman for Junior Red Cross activities at Mt. St. Mary's. Students See Vatican Film Through the courtesy of Mon- signor Healy and Mr. W. E. Nap- hen, director of the Catholic U.S.O., here, Mt. St. Mary's fa- culty and students enjoyed a beautiful movie on Vatican City. The picture was shown in Mt. St. Mary's auditorium, last Wednes- Mass at 6:30 and School Mass at 8:30 a.m., daily. Novena of Our Lady of Per- petual Help, Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Poor Souls' devotion Friday night at 7:30. :Social, sponsored by Circle No. 11 Tuesday night at 8:15. Good Counsel Peace and Victory Novena is held every Sunday afternoon at three followed by Benediction of (he Most Blessed Sacrament. The St. Anthony Novena is held every Tuesday morning after all Masses. Eucharistic and Little Flower novenas are held every Friday night at 7:30. The Good Counsel P.T.A. will sponsor a parents night Tuesday night at 8 in the school hall. It will give the parents an opoor- tunity to meet the teachers. The St. Anthony Sodality will sponsor a barn danqe and tacky party tonight at 8 in the school hall. All young folks are invited to attend. Good Couusel Parish has now given over $6300.00 to the Semi- nary on its pledges. The St. Anthony Sodality will receive Holy Communion Sunday morning at the 0 o'clock Mass. The Stations of the Cross will be made Friday night at 7:30 for the Souls in Purgatory. Vatican Gives Information On Bombing Damage Vatican City. () -- Regarding press reports concerning the re- sponsibility for the bombing of Vatican City, official Vatican cir- cles state that no special investi- gation commission has been con- stituted. Furthermore, it was stated, competent Vatican techni-i cal experts have not yet reached l any conclusions from their in-i vestigations. Vatican City. (:)Further in- formation as to the damage done day, and the Benedictine Sisters and children of Holy Souls School were guests. Communion Sets With Fine Rosaries No. 60.--Glrls' Communion Sets, at- tractive laced moire bag ontaining unusually nice rosary and white celluloid bound child's prayerbook as illustrated above, with colored pictures of the h#ass, Scapular. At ............................ $2.S0 No. 7O.Boys' Communion Set, elsting of fine black covered child's preyerbook, imitation loather case,  rosary', medal. At ........ $2.001 Many Bishops At Extension Meet, Chicago Chicago. (E)--The thirty-eighth annual meeting of The Catholic Church Extension Society held in Chicago was outstanding in the many years of the Society's ex- istence owing to the fact that ,it was attended by the largest num- ber of Archbishops and Bishops since the Silver Jubilee of the Society 13 years ago. The Chan- cellor oi the Society, the Most Rev. Samuel A. Stritch, Archbishop of Chicago, presided at the meeting. The Most Rev. Francis C. Kelley, Bishop of Oklahoma, the Vice- Chancellor and Founder of the Society, was not able to attend the meeting owing to illness. The governing body of the Ex- tension Society now consists of all the Archbishops of the United States, a dozen Bishops, twelve outstanding prelates and priests, and a similar number of laymen. This Board, unaer me chairman- Elected Queen At St. Edward's Miss Irene Gerke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gerke, 1503 McGowan Street, was elected queen for the St. Edward's Parish month. Mr. Julian Nabholz, of the A. & J. Electric Shop s0nsored Miss Gerke in this contest: Miss Gerke is a junior,at Mt. ..St. Mary's Academy. . ship of Archbishop. Stritch, com- t _ , ---- .... prises the directing power of the t00uest nr,,- Society, and the annual meeting r--"-- held each year the week fonowing Open s Season the Annual Meeting of the Bishops of the United States in Washing- For Presto Club ton, is for the purpose of survey- ing the activities of the past year and directing the Society's work for the coming twelve months. Features of the annual meeting of the Society are the reports made by the different groups of the So- ciety. For more than 35 years the Ex- tension Society has been accept- ing annuities for the ultimate benefit of the Home Missions. A generation ago Extension paid as .high as 6 per cent on such an- nuities, but gradually through the years has been compelled by a changing commercial world to re- duce its annual interest on an- nuities to 3 per cent. The Board of Governors makes this decision, but of course it is understood that all old annuities held by the So- ciety will continue to pay the in- teres contracted at the time of the writing of the annuities. When the new policy of 3 per cent for annuities goes into effect on Jan- uary 1, 1944, on all new Exten- sion contracts, they will be in harmony with the annuities put cut by the Propagation of the Faith Society. Archbishop Stritch, by virtue of his office as Archbishop of Chi- cago, holds the position of Chan- cellor of the Extension Society all his life. Bishop O'Brien is serving his fourth five-year term. The other fficers who were re-elect- ed at the meeting of the Extension Society were: The Rev. Joseph B. Lux, First Vice-President and Managing Director of Extension Magazine; the Ray. Richard R. St. John, Vice-President and Gen- eral Secretary; Charles C. Ker- win, Vice-President and Treas- urer; James F. Burns, General Counsel; the Rev. Thomas J. Reed, Secretary to the President. The Presto Club of the Bene- dictine observatory of Music opened its season with David Le- det, assistant Band director of Little Rock Senior High as guest speaker. Mr. Ledet spoke on in- struments and instrumentation of the Symphony Orchestra, stress- ing the quality and range of the individual instruments. The club announces the follow- ing officers for the term; .Vera Jean Rohlman, president: John Eros, vice-president; Edith Rhein, Treasurer; Caroline Elms, sec- retary; publicity chairman, Helen Marie Yeager; program chairman, Patricia Pyle. "Music In History" by McKin- ney and Anderson will. be the course of study, which is suggest- ed by the National Federated Music Clubs. The Presto Club will also stress an American com- poser at each club meeting. The club will sponsor an orig- inal composition of a "war-song, and give a prize to the best com- position. floor. Windows in the adjacent church and the railway station were blown in. The near-by Vati- can Radio Station was shaken but no serious damage, was reported. In St. Peter's Basilica, which was reopened Sunday,.:many win- dows were blown in. There were several perforations in the Bernini window over the chair of Peter, it is believed the damage can be repaired. All foreign radios gave ac- counts of the aerial incursion on Vatican City, giving for the most part the account published by Os- scrvatore and unanimously depre- cating the occurrence. "It is now to be hoped," Osservatore said, "that the abuse, which has oc- curred too often, of planes passing over Vatican City will finally cease and that an efficacious and timely effort will be made to ascertain whence came whatever plane should again fly over the Vatican." Fort Hours Devotion Held At Tontitown Tontitown. -- For the first time in many years, Tontitown wa., blessed by having a Forty Hours Devotion, opening with a High Mass on November 7th. The Rev. Charles McCauley, II II I Campbell, Mallory & Colvert ' INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS Actn, Floor Wallace Bldg. Phone 4-0225 when bombs were dropped on Vatican City was made available as work of removing debris and initiating repairs was carried on throughout the week. Osservatore Ronno announced that the revoval of the debris from :windows and movable objects was begun Saturday and plans were made for the repair of those buildings more greatly damaged, particularly at the mosaic works, where the storeroom was directly hit by a bomb. Stone particles are being removed from the of- I'ice building of the Governor's administration, which received considerable external damage from bomb fragments. Many offices and apartments in the office, building.. Osservatore stated, were literally devastated, particularly those on the first TO GET RID OF A BAD COLD IN A HURRY TRY S. & B. "SPRATOX" It is just the remedy to check it quickly and if used in time will often prevent it, and other troubles that follow a cold. We are mailing it out every day, why can't we l mail you an autfit75c complete and guaranteed to satisfy SNODGRASS & BRACY --Advertisement Fentress ,Mortuary Polish Paper Gives Guardian Head Bad Hour Little Rock. -- The Business Manager of The Guardian had quite a start this week when he opened an envelope. Opening en- velopes is an everyday occurrence, and there should be nothing start- ling about the custom. However, the clipping exposed, taken from the Dziennik Chicagoski, would make any business manager, edi- tor or what have you jump. (By now, you should be jumping too.) This Polish Daily, published in Chicago, gave prominence to an article containing four words whose meaning would make any Guardian staff member interested: "The Guardian", and 'Qui Vive', along with a welter of unde- cipherable consonants. A frantic call was sent to the Rev. P. Bartodziej, pastor of St. Mary's Church, North Little Rock, who hurried down to the editorial offices, and made with the Eng- lish. No one was being malignedin fact the whole article was com- plimentary (an unusual happen- ing.) As Father Bartodziej read it: "Under the title 'Qui Vive?' a French military expression, which means in Polish, "Who is there', the weekly paper, The Guardian, the organ of the Catholic Diocese of Little Rock, Arkansas, brings every week a column on important questions of the present time. "This column is written prob- ably, by one of the editors, and he does it very ablywith a knowl- edge of American history, and a wide survey of social and ethical matters." That was the introduction, and finding how simple it all was, the business manager attempted to read the rest of it. With Father Brtodziej's help, three articles written by 'The Sentry' emerged. The Community Drive Movies and Curfew articles came from the November 5 issue of The Guard- fan. The Rev. M. N. Starzynski, C. R. edits the Dziennik Chicagoski, and we are glad to say, has a sense of appreciation of good writing. pastor of St. Joseph's Church, ayetteville, was preacher for the devotions Sunday night. The Rev. Louis Stemac of Eureka Springs )reached the closing night. Practically all the members of :he parish received Holy Com- munion during the devotions. Wednesday, Novemebr 10, St. Joseph's Church, Tontitown was the scene of a very pretty wed- ding, solemnized between Sgt. Harry Sbanotto, and Lt. Dorothy Fiori. Lieutenant Fiori was at- tended by her sister, Virginia Bariola, and the bridegroom was attended by his cousin, Jack Zulpo. The altar was nicely dec- orated with white chrysanthe- mums. A wedding breakfast was erved in the school hall. Plumbing And Heating * REPAIR SPECIALIST , GEO. M. WOODS Call 2-3342 Little Rock M ORRISON THE HATTER ,N,, HATS MEN'S CLEANED AND BLOCKED 523 Main St. Ph. 9976 mr II l[ . 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