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THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 20, 1942 PAGE TWO StM ' P 'hA I arys arls nnua Thanksgiving Bazaar, Nov. 26 I No. Little Rock.--St. Mary's A1- mings will be served from 5 to 81 tar Society will hold their Annual p. m. Tickets will be 2. 5 cents. Thanksgiving Bazaar at the school This new feature of the bazaar is hail, 16th and Parker Sts., North expected to draw a large attend- Little Rock, on Thursday, Novem- ance. her 26th. Carnival attractions and games A delicious Turkey Dinner will be arranged at the hall to in- Sandwich Plate with all the trim- sure visitors an enjoyable even- ing. Mrs. Frank Farjewicz, gen- ':::::::: .......... eral chairman of the bazaar, an- ]  , o, - nounces the following committee Z, ArKansas orate chairman: t ncil Miss Louise Siepiela, Bingo ,OU Booth; Miss Dorothy Barron, Fish Pond; and Miss Ad'elaide Kos-   cielny, Raffle Booth.  This is an annual affair at St. Id.   Mary's parish, and Father Bart-    odziej and his parishioners cord- F --- !ally invite everyone to come. A ,..,o o00o,.,cou.a0000 | -'00'tNj NEWS Rev. Alphonse Mueller, O.S.B., splritual director, Charleston T'. J. Arnald0 president Park Hill. Na. Little Rack G, H. Kenkel, secretary, Brlnkley iLeo Hammer, treasurer, Ft. Smith J. iJ. Duerr, 1st vice-president, : . Charleston Mrs Mary Burke, 2nd vlce-presldenL Pocahontas Victor Kardsmoier, 3rd vlce-president, "Mariltan Word has been received ,from Anthony J. Ehemann, Recording Secretary of Atkins Branch No. 103, tating that he is in the Army now and stationed at Davisville, N.J., and that Miss Hilda Schmall has been elected to his former posi- tion as Secretary of the Brarmh. At the recent Arkansas State Fraternal Congress the C.K. of A. State Council was represented by George H. Steimel, Miss Bobble Ehemann, T. J. Arnold, Leo J. Byrne and key. Cyril Lange, O.S. B., who gave the memorial address on our deceased Supreme Presi- dent, of the Congress. T. J. Ar- nold was elected Sergeant at Arms and Leo J. Byrne and Miss Bobble Ehemann were appointed on Fi- nance and Program Committees. Mr. P. P. Hiegel, Secty-Treas- urer of Branch No. 994 of Conway writes of their latest meeting at which installation of officers took place. He reports that the Branch has bought an electric lawn mow- er and has taken over the care of the cemetery for the coming year. It is works of this nature which should be undertaken by every Branch. Help your church in some way. Be a help to your PastOr. There is plenty of work to do. This is real Catholic Action. Hope is expressed that other Branches will report on their efforts along these lines. Mr. Hiegel also re- ports that the Branch will send Christmas Greetings to every one of their members in the Armed Forces, along with the Kit con- taining rosary, prayer book, med- als, etc., which are furnished free by C. K. of A. Headquarters, if name and address is furnished them of the members who are serving in the Armed Forces. Mr. Heigel also reported that a sum was set aside for promotion of ACTIVITIES IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS Rev. Lawrence Hoyt, O.S.B. Pas- tor St. Edward's Church, 9th and Sherman Street, has returned to active duties after a recent illness. Private Rhinehart J. Miller, at- tached to Air Base Department, 314th. Base Headquarters, A.B. $., Saratasota Field, Fla., was a pleasant visitor at the Club last week. Brother Rhinehart, was one of our most active members and we miss him very much since he entered the Armed Service. At present he is on a furlough, in order to visit his relatives, two sisters, Mrs. Dan W. Strong, 1616 West 13th Street, and Mrs. J. L. Merrell, of Hoxie, Ark. Born to Mr. and Mrs. James F. P. Broderick, 2602 Welch Street, a daughter, at St. Vincent's, Friday, March 13th. Congratulations Brother James. Brother George Hart, Jr., 804 East Ninth Street, is at home, con- valescent from a recent ailment. Many expressions for a speedy recovery were expressed at the meeting Tuesday night. Brother Ed Pope, Trustee, ad- vises that a long distance phone message was received last week tbeir Juvenile section. This is the most important thing for every Branch, for if they can secure the young boys and girls into their Branch their future is secure, but without the youth the future is in doubt. Effort hould therefore be laid on sechring every boy and girl as a member of the Branch. When these young folks grow up they will appreciate this act and will thank the Branch Members for their efforts in their behalf. Dr. Annie M. Bremyer, member of Branch 79 just returned from attend'ing a meeting of the South- west District of the Chiropractic Association. George H. Steimel, President of the Northeastern District of the Catholic Union of Arkansas pre- sided a a meeting held in Para- gound last Sunday. The key. Joseph M. Hoflinger, Pastor, Wel- comed the delegates and visitors. Bledsoe Drug ATKINS, ARKANSAS I St.Atkins,Mary's Ark.Church Holy Angels' 'Mighty Mites' Teams Shaping For Action '-- " . , . j" - !g:P!:;ir:s::rtall Hi!yAenCwgee irllsir'i'a'ee:iidtrtN:!m ...... h gnes zvia le fleas, lvlcrory, cen- selected nere las week oy z e ter guard; Jeanine Willet, right Rev. James P. McDonnell, coach, guard;; Babs Hamlett, Oklahoma and Miss Betty Cillessen, assistant City, left guard. coach. Second team members are: Mar- "The Mighty Mites", patriotic gie Jean Woodward, right for- misses, will use as a conveyance ward; Dolores Clune, Paragould, to games, a wagon drawn by left forward; Dolly Gobel, West horses. Plains, Mo., center guard; Maura Pat Connelly has "been selected Lynch, Hot Springs, left guard; as business manager, and Doris and Peggy Massery, Little Rock, Ann Daniel as her assistant. Dana right guard. Substitutes for the Rae Daniel and Charlotte,Jones teams are: Jenne Massery, Little are cheer leaders. Agnes Marie Rock; Pearine Morath, Blytheville; Hess received a unanimous vote Bernice Ritter, Weiner, Jeannine for Captain of the team. Wilson, Brookland; and Anna First team players are: Juanita Marie Lindner, Advance, Mo. .. U.... Legion of Decency .,dy00 vv dtUl FId3 For The Family h ef I' I/) Fighting Frontier vec0me knlla S LaughJcare Your Blues Away --Guardian Photo The Church of the Assumption, Atkins, is shown above in a recent photograph. This parish has given to St. John's Seminary two priests: the Rev. Lawrence Maus, Bigelow; and the key. Rudolph Maus, Ca- tholic High school, Little Rock, who are cousins, and Mr. Joseph Wenger, now a seminarian. The key. Jos. C. Feldkamp is pas- toz' of St. Mary's. West of The Law For Adults Only Dead Men Walk Nightmare Silver Queen from his son, advising he had ar- rived safely at Newport News, 'Va., i after a long visit from Egypt. He will go to New York, and then re- turn home after a short visit with lelatives in Washington, D. C. His Cousin, Frank Vogler, 130.1 Barber will accompany him, as he See THIRD DEGREE on page 6 Catholic OF DaughterSAMEmCA TODAY'S CHALINZ TO CATHOLIC WOMANIlD@O Our Lady of Perpetual Help Court Reception of new members was held at the last regular meeting of the Daughters at Knights of Col- umbus Hall, Thursday, November 12, which claimed a very good attendance. Members heard a re- port from Grand Regent Louise Malarcher that Our Lady of Per- etual Help Court was the first to send its contribution to the Fraternity House fund for this year. Members were urged to attend the quarterly Communion break- fast to be held at the Cathedral Hall,.Ninth & Louisiana Sts., next Sunday, following the 7 o'clock Mass at the Cathedral. The Rt. key. Msgr. Jos. A. Gallagher, spiritual director, will celebrate the Mass. The Very key. Msgr. John B. Scheper, Director of the Confraternity of Christian Doc- trine, will be guest speaker at the Sacrament' New York. (E)--God transform- ed the "simple, noble" element of water into the "Child's Sacra- ment," the Rev. Leonard Feeney, S.J., of Weston College, Weston, Mass., declared Sunday might in his address over the "Catholic Hour." Father Feeney said that when He dwelt among men, "God" did not become fastidiously human," nor did He make "His religion some sort of esoteric thing you com- pletely close your eyes about and imagine you have." "He made it visible and picturesque and color- ful through the use of this world's materials," Father Feeney added, "elevated and sanctified by God's Objectionable My Heart Belongs To Daddy Objection: Suggestive insinua- tions. Once Upon a Honeymoon Objection: Plot reflects the ac- ceptabillty of divorce. formed it into the Sacrament of Baptism--by the union of water and the Holy Ghost." Declaring that only the religious respect water, Father Feeney said the element "has a sacred Chris- tian history -- nineteen hundred years o,f it--and that spiritual wonders are wrought with it when we use it as Christ wants it used." powerchristianintOFaith.,,the Sacraments of the "Most of us," he asserted, "are Citin the Sacrament of Ba n I not going to let Christian Baptism . ' , .......... lb dried up by a couple of wars Ism as me slmpies ana moL . . - .... ,,n'm,,o ,, Fah,- ,en,,, said I ana a iew oespalrs. As in tne m- ..... " " f t-e orld' ]terml, so m t e pmtual world, ma waer Is one o n w s .... r " " ,,-o* ,,o,,-I ,-,,,,,ris" n, l xwn water we a e going to re- .................  ....... ' - "" orld that "when God's only begotten nesn me w . Son, Jesus Christ, entered our "Oh, God is very versatile, I know, and to those who have not yet heard, or been let to hear, of the covenant that has been set up by Jesus between the water we see and use, and the living water that imparts to our souls the adop- tion of Divine Childhood, God will be able to begtow the fruits of Re- demption in other andspecialways. But the honest, simple, clear, af- firmative way of Sacrament is the best way--the way of God's own institution and choice--which we are free to reject, at our peril." The glory of a good man is the testimony of a good conscience. CAFE world to talk our language and take us on our own terms. He used as the first instrument of our sanctification that which was most natural for us to know and under- stand." "He saw water all around us and did not despise it," Father Feeney added. "He turn- !ed it into the child's Sacrament. He took water .zind sanctified it with spiritual power. He trans- breakfast. These Communion breakfasts are a paSt of the work of the Convert League, and as such, should' bq:,.upported by all Catholic Daughters. POST OFFICE Bill McCracken (Cicilia Fengler) Owner Hilda Schmall Mgr. I ATKINS, ARKANSAS C 1T'S UP TO every Arcan to p'h u ! LEMELEY FURNITURE CO. FURNITURE AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS I ATKINS, ARKANSAS , i[   f ln00JaP0000 District NCCW i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii::iiii!ii::iiiii! iiii:iiiiiiii!::!!iiiiiiiii:ii!!iiii!i!i!!::i` Meet Sunday At Forrest City :!:i::::::' '. .'::"" "::!:i::..j:!:i:!:iiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiii!: !i::i::iiiii!iiii::i '::iiii:iiiiiiiiii::i::iii::ili::: Crawfordsville. -- District N , t!iiiiiiiii National Council of Cath i  i::i::i!ii::!::!iii!::i::iii...:::ii!iii::,.:; Women,on next Sunday,Will meetNovemberin Forrest C22, i. 2 p.m., according to an annoUl i?":', !" ment of Mrs. N. M. Gibson, CI .... ::i:i' fordsville, president. Hostesses will be the Ladies lar society of St. Francis par Forrest City. Guest speaker the district meet will be the Rev. Msgr. James E. O'Conr Diocesan Director of Catholic men. Represen.tatives from trict members: Helena, Mariai Brinkley, Wynne, McCrory, : Valls Bluff, West Memphis, Cr fordsville, and Forrest City are pected to be in attendance. SOCIAL WELLSPRINGS, i Volume I md II SOCIAL WELLSPRINGS, V Ii, by Joseph Husslein, S.J., quel to the first volume , -,s,me name, is surpfissing Volume I in demand. The .Bishop William F. O'Shea, M. MJ '(upper photo), recently re.turned to America, shown as he offtcl- ated at the funeral, in Kobe, Ja* I pan, for the Rev. Leo Peloquin/ M. M., of Brockton, Mass., who died in internment. Rev. Patrick J. Byrne, M. M., of Washington (lower photo), former Superior of the Maryknoll Fathers in JaJ, pan, pictured as he assisted at the funeral. Father Byrne is interned in Manchuria. (N.C.W.C.} 'Spiritual Goldrush' In African Vicariate London. 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The Vicar Apostolic of ley has also reported to ganda headquarters in Rome all his missionaries have bee leased from internment. Ehemann Garage: @ and help our nation whip the Axis . . . and do General Atkins, Arkansas