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THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 20, 1942 PAGE THREE soc00.00L00 =?: un Telephone or 8end Social Items to The Guardian " SUBMITTED Office, 309 West Second St., Phone 5486, by [ MUST BE Noon Tuesday. [ SIGNED lL00tholie Daughters, Our Lady '|Perpetual Help Court, are urg- to attend the quarterly Com- tion breakfast at the Cathedral 11, Ninth & Louisiana Sts., next nday, following 7 o'clock Mass  the Cathedral. he regular weekly bingo, with ed interesting features, will be lcl next Wednesday, Nov. 25, at 15 p.m., at the Cathedral Hall, ]2 Louisiana St, sponsored this 0nth by the November circle. "1 =€:LWANTED--Girlor woman to do eral housework. Write Box A, iy Guardian, 309½ West Second ,rL, Little Rock, Ark. at LPOR SALE--80 acre farm, Elizabeth's parish near Mor-  n for sale. Land joins church . School property. Good neigh- ill.hood, 3 room house. Write  E, The Guardian 3091/2 West , Little Rock, ?rk. lolv Rosarv School nPresents Ectucatmn I[eek Program . ],tuttgart.-- Preparation ior a .| and complete citizenship was illbsaries ||li,l[ 275--A11 Sterling Silver, || ItUrdy soldered link chain, i| 0Val beads, 2 inch sterling sll- er crucifix with drooping ||| qead Corpus. All beads set |l ith coil on each side, makinJg !t unbreakable. Length 23 l--°lches, in box at ............ $10.00 an underlying theme of the Edu- cation Week program, carried out at Holy Rosary school here, last week with assembly topics on civilian defense, salvaging and ra- tioning, activities of the Red Cross, Junior Red Cross and other na- tional organizations. Patriotic songs were sung. Education Week in Catholic schools is nationwide, and appoint- ed by the National Catholic Wel- fare Conference, Department of Education, Washington. The predominant note in the discussions on education was that education is not something that is confined to class rooms and or- !ganized schooling; rather it goes on constantly through life under all possible circumstanc._e. Cathedral Circle Announces Party Of the Month Little Roek.The Special Bingo Party for November will be held Monday, Nov. 23rd, at the Cathe- dral Parish Hall, 822 Louisiana Street. The plan for this party is to be the same as that of the Wed- nesday night Bingos, namely cash prizes for Bingo and Cover- alls, and a large number of prize packages for those who hold the lucky number. Also, a $5.00 door rize will be given. In addition to the regularfeatures of this party, a $25.00 War Bond will be awarded and a beautiful, hand-made silk quilt will be given away. The November Circle of St. An- drew's Cathedral Parish, Mrs. J. O. Martin, Chairman, cordially in- vites every member of the parish, and their friends, to attend this party to be given Monday, Nov. 23rd, at 8:15 p.m., at 622 Louisiana Street. Come, enjoy an evening with friends, and you may be lucky enough to Bingo. Price of tickets is 40c. Named To Advisory Board • Of Sociology Publication Washington. (IC)--Dr. Brendan F. Brown, Acting Dean of the Law School of the Catholic University of America, has just been named a member of the Advisory Board of the new publication, "Journal of Legal and Political Sociology," which is published in New York City by the Philosophical Library. i I . : 275--Exceptional value In 11 Steling Silver rosary, Ubstantially made, beautiful- !Y finished, soldered link Chain beads, chain, cross and ater piece, all solid silver. box at ............................. $5.00 Sterling Sliver, finished, engraved beads. Soldered link cross and center all silver. In box at_$4.50 No. 80 Companion To The Holy Ghost Prayerbook No. 80.  Novena Booklet to ',The Holy Ghost, with short ',novena prayers for private de- votions ............................. 15e each Order now from The Guardian Other Editions of Calls Home On Parents' Jubilee Lt. Frank Anthamatten, of Little Rock and a graduate of Catholic lligh School, from somewhere in the Atlantic talked over cable con- nection with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. IL Anthamtten on their Silver Wedding Anniversary last week. Soon after volunteering in the armed service, Lt. Anthamat- ten, was selected for the Officers Training School at Fort Benning, Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. Anthamat- ten are members of St. Andrew's Cathedral. Cathedral Pupils Entertain Mothers With Program Little Roek.The St. Andrew's Mothers' Club was entertained with a special Thanksgiving Pro- gram at their regular monthly meeting, Thursday at 2:30 p.m. The program was as follows: Thanksgiving, Seventh & Eighth Grades; "Ship Ahoy," Accordion, Bernard Heinze; The Educative Knockout, Play, Pupils of Seventh and Eighth Grades; Thanksgiving, Reading, Mary Myers; "Jealous," Accordion, James Browning. Pupils ranking the highest on the Health Chart in Room II, the third and fourth grades, are: Bernard Flaherty, Ann Robinson Deborah Ann Ebbing, and John Louis Segalla. Close runner-ups are: Jimmy Barre, Mary Frances Heinze, Albert Gasper, Jean Rita Hays, Jacquelyn Youngblood, David Steber, and Dickie Savary. The Health Chart includes a daily check-up on personal cleanliness mouth hygiene, and general ap- pearance. The third grade are making nature booklets, consisting of colored drawings and original compositions on animal, bird and fish life. BOY Troop U--St. Andrew's Cthedral The Beavor Patrol met Tuesday,' November 10, at the home of Joe Friend• Plan's were made for the scrap drive. The following scouts of the Beavor Patrol are now participating in voluntary work at the USO Club at Third and Main Streets: Joe Friend, Jerry Wrape, Bob Pope, Grant Hampel, Garland Strett, Andrew Such and Jerry 00reater Little Rock Activities St. Andrew's Cathedral Low Masses next Sunday at 6, 17] 9 and 10 o'clock; High Mass at o'clock. Masses at Holy Souls Chapel at 7:30 and 8:30 o'clock. Weekday Masses are at 7:00 and 8:00 o'clock• Conessions will be heard on Saturday from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., and then again from 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.; also before the 7:00 and 9:00 o'clock Masses on Sunday. Novena in honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal on Sun- day evening beginning at 7:45. Novena to SL Theresa, the Little Flower, on Wednesday morning following the 7 and 9 o'clock Masses• Stations Friday evening be- ginning at 7:45 p. m., followed by Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Regular "Inquiry Class" will be held in the Cathedral Rectory, 802 Center St., at 7:45 Tuesday even- rag. Regular weekly bingo in the Parish Hall, 9th & Louisiana St., new and entertaining, Wednesday evening at 8:15 p. m. Monday, November 23, there will be a meeting of the Holy Souls' Mothers' Club at the school at 2:00 p.m. Beginning this Sunday, Novem- ber 22, there will be a Novena in honor of St. Andrew which will continue until November 30. November 26th, Thanksgiving Day, there will be a High Mass at 9:00 o'clock in Thanksgiving. All members of the parish are urged to try to attend. St. Edward's Church Masses will be celebrated Sun- day at 5:30, 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00 o'clock. Sermon at all Masses will be on "The Lily of Innocence" All men of the parish are to re- ceive Holy Communion at the 7:00 o'clock Mass. Novena to the Sacred Heart at 3:00 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Daily Masses are celebrated at 6:30 and 8:30' o'clock. Novena to Our Lady of Perpet- ual Help is held every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Devotions to the Holy Souls, in- cluding Stations of the Cross and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament will be held Friday at 7:30 p. m. The parish and friends will be entertained at Bingo Tuesday, No- vember 24th, at 8 p.m., by Circle No. 11 of which William Frederick s the Chairman. The public is invited. St. Patrick's Church Masses Sunday at 7, 9 and 11 o'clock. Novena devotions and Novena for victory, at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, concluding with Bene- diction of the Most Blessed Sacra- ment. Weekly socialqn the hall at 8 o'clock Monday night, sponsored by the P.T.A., with Mrs. Robert Dittimore as chairman. Masses on Thanksgiving Day at 7 and 8 o'clock. Benediction will follow the 8 o'clock Mass. Con- fessions Wednesday afternoon from 4 until 5 o'clock and before Masses Thursday morning. The offering taken up at the Masses Thanksgiving Day will go te the parish charities fund. Good Counsel ,Novena for Peace and Victory is held every Sunday afternoon at five o'clock. Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament follows. Novena to St. Anthony is held after all Masses on Tuesday morn- ings. The relic of the Saint is venerated. Novena to the Little Flower and the Novena in honor of the Most Blessed Sacrament is held every Friday night at 7:30. Stations of the Cross are made every Friday night during No- vember for the Poor Souls in Purgatory. Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament follows. The Senior Players wil] receive Holy Communion in a body at the 7 o'clock Mass Sunday. They will have their meeting at the rectory on Tuesday night at 8 p.m. The St. Anthony Sodality will meet Thanksgiving night at 8 p.m. in the school hall. Builders night this week will be in charge of the St. Anthony sodality. Activities will begin at 8:15 p.m. The new plan is very attractive and interesting. All arc invited to attend'. The Good Counsel P.T.A. will sponsor a food and linen shower for the Sisters of Good Counsel school on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. All are invited to attend. He that cleaveth to creatures shall fall with them. Man beholds the face, but God looks upon the heart. Man con-; siders the actions, but God weighs the intentions. Bone Dry Roofing Sheet Metal Work llii J. E. Hornibrook ii; 209-11 East Markham Street Phone 4-2494 !! 417-419 Main Street SEMINARY NEWS Requiem Masses Last Sunday, November 15, a High Mass was sung by the Rt. lev. Msgr. Joseph A. Gallagher for the recently deceased Very Roy. Msgr. John S. O'Connor, Pas- tor of Fort Worth, Texas. Mr. Paul Bujarski was Master of Cere- monies. The Messrs. James Reilly and William Mulligan were servers of the Mass. A Solemn Requiem Anniversary will take place omorrow, Nov. 21, in the Seminary Chapel for the re- pose of the soul of Mrs. Clara C. Gallagher. The Sacrifice will be offered by her son, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Joseph A. Gallagher as- sisted by the Rev. James Nugent, Deacon, and the Rev. Mr. Bernard Loughrey, Subdeacon. Mr. Joseph S. Quinn will be Master of Cere- monies. Mrs. Gallagher had the consoling privilege of being called to her eternal reward on her Feast Day, Nov. 22, 1941. May St. Cecilia offer to God the merits of her martyrdom on behalf of her devoted daughter. Atklns and Missions Remain FaJthful The Messrs. Francis J. Janesko, Joseph F. Wenger and Thomas J. Culhane were appointed' to make the annual trip to Atkins in or- der to collect the free-will offer- ings of'preserved goods which the kind people of Atkins, Russellville and Dardanelle make yearly to St. John's Seminary. It has be- come a tradition among the Ca- tholics of these three Missions to share the canned products of their farms with the Diocesan Seminary. The families bring their contribu- tions to the pastor, thus making it easier for the students who go each year after them. Despite the war-conditions, this year's offerings were beyond ex- pectations. By this fine gesture. of Christian Charity these splendid Catholics are doing their part for the success of the Diocesan Semi- nary and are setting a fine ex- ample of loyalty and devotion to the Catholic Church. The Messrs. Janesko, Wenger and Culhane were the objects of many kindnesses from both the Pastor of Atkins, the Rev. Joseph C. Feldkamp, and the Sisters. l"rom the Preparatory Department: The students of the Preparatory: Seminary held their monthly Cru-: sade Meeting on Sunday, Novem- ber 15. Mr. Aloysius Dunleavy (Theology I), was appointed to address the students on the mean- ing and purpose of the Society of: the Propagation of the Faith. Mr. Dunleavy gave a detailed account: of the activities of the Society: since its establishment• He men-- tioned in particular the efficacy: of its program among the Ameri- can Ind'ians and Negroes. He also. brought fourth the leading role this Ponticifical Society is destin- ed to play in the Post-War Period, when the Catholic Nations of Eu- rope will be unable to send forth their missionaries to foreign lands as they have done in the past. As ;a fitting close, Mr. Dunleavy pro- posed with eloquent emphasis the aim of his talk, namely, to bring See SEMINARY on page 6 No. 94--Extra heavy endless Sterling Silver chain, 24 inches in length. Each ........................................................... $1.75 No. 92--Strong Sterling Silver chain, 22 inches in length with clasp. Each ...................................................................... $1.35 No. 103--Untarnishable extra heavy chain, Miraculous and Scapular medal combination, on card and in box, for men. Each ......... - ............................................................................ 75c No. 100--Untarnishable, heavy chain, Miraculous medal On card and in box; also Scapular medal. Each ..................... 85c No. 102Untarnishable, heavy athlete's chain and scapular medal. Each .................. -it ........................................................ 65c No. 99--Solid Sterling Silver chain and Scapular medal on card and in box, also Miraculous medal. Each ......................... $1.75 Little Rock, Arkansas Oberste. Dick Martin former pa- trol leader has been promoted to No. 33Combination Sterling Silver St. Christopher, Scapular senior patrol leader and Joe and Miraculous medals. Each '. ........................................... $1.00 Friend is now patrol leader o£ the No. 34---Sterling Silver Scapular medal. Each ....................... 50c Peaver Patrol. Bob Pope, Scribe No. 38Sterling Silver St. Christopher medal with "I am a :v  ,, Catholic in case of accident call a priest" inscribed on ForMem°rlal Service HeldGeorge M. Cohan hi .,/  ! back. Each ............................................................................. 50e Chicago. (E)--k memorial ser- . No. 93Sterling Silver St. Christopher medal, plain on back vice for George M. Cohan was for non-Catholics. Each ............................................................ 75c held here at the Erlander Theater. No. 73Oxidized, patriotic combination Scapular and St. The service was sponsored by the: Joseph medals. Each ................................................................. 75c Catholic Actors Guild and' the in- vocation was given by the Rev. .-- Edward V. Dailey, Chaplain of the Guild. , % IJW f/lF j,//tr ROI/ My Pra'/,00.rbook On Hand at The Guardian Office for Immediate Delivery Anywhere• No. 263-Imit. Leather, limp, gold edges at ............................................. $2.75 No. 264-Imit. Leather, limp, gold edges, india paper .............................. $3.00 No. 265-American Seal Leather, limp, gold side, regular edition at __ $3.50 No. 266-Persian Morocco Leather, limp, gold side, regular type at ...... $4.00 No. 267-American Morocco Leather, limp, gold edges, india paper edi- tion at ..................................... $4.00 No. 268-American Seal Leather, limp, goldside, large type edition at $4.50 The New Roman Missal, by Father La- sance, beautiful American Seal Leather cover, 1850 pages, at $7.00 t Make Your Gift This Year A Religious Article Friends appreciate articles of devotion. Make your Christmas Gift this year an attractive rosary, a fine pray- erbook, a beautiful picture, or any one of hundreds of items on display at The Guardian Office. Your friend in the Convent would like so much to have "A Prayerbook For Religious," The Imitation of Christ, or Think and Pray by Father McSorley. A Sick Call Set, a Sick Call Crucifix would make a wel- come gift any time. Crucifixes, Medallions, Statues, all kinds of oxidized or Sterling Silver medals and chains, all for your selection. Many metal articles are impossible to replace once the present stock is exhausted. Do your Christmas shopping early. t 3091/'s West 2nd Telephone 5486 No. 101Beautiful Sterling Silver combination Scapular and St. Sebastian m6dal inscribed "patron of athletes pray for us. On back, "St. Sebastian martyr, athlete, soldier." On neat card. Each ........................................ $2.50 No. 90---Untarntshable medal and chain, inscribed on face of medal is, "Mary Our Mother, protect our Boys." St. Christopher medal on back. Each .......................... 60e No. 96---Sterling Silver chain and Scapular and Miraculotm pendant. To open slide from let to right, 24 inch chain. Each .................................................................... $2.00 No. 31--Soldered link chain with miraculous medal. Each__35e No. 86--Gold, 10k, Little Flower medal and chain. Eaeh__.$5.00 No. 97---Sterling Silver chain and Lavalliere with Scapular medal concealed. Each .......... $1.50 For Immediate Delivery Write: THE GUARDIAN 309 1-2 West Second St. Little Rock, Ark