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PAGE TWO THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 26, 1943 Cathedral, St. John's, Fort Smith, Start Centennial Cat},,,00dral Will Feature Evenin9 Devotions Special Intentions Held For Every Day Of The Week. High Mass Of Thanksgiving On Sunday, Dec. 5th Little Rock. -- In accordance established, one hundred years with the wishes of His Excellency, ago, and will continue until Surx- 'the Most Reverend Bishop, Ca- day, December 5th, inclusive Evening devotions will be held thedral parish will celebrate both each day of the week at 7:45. the opening and closing weeks of Solemn prayers will be offered the Centennial Year, the Rt. Rev. in the presence of the Most Bless- Msgr. Francis A. Allen, Rector an- ed Sacrament, and the devotions nounces today, will close, each evening with Bene- diction. Besides the regular parish ob- servance, St. Andrew's Cathedral The following are the special will be the scene Tuesday, of the intentions for which the prayers general diocesan thanksgiving, of each day of the week will be when His Excellency pontificates ,dfered: Sunday, November 28th, for assisted by the priests of the die- the victory of our armed forces cese. and for universal peace. The Cathedral celebration will Monday, November 29th, for be opened Sunday, November 28, our Holy Father, and his inten- the date on which the Diocese was tions. Tuesday, No,ember 30th (Feast Cathedral Rector of st. Andrew, Patron Saint of the Diocese, and the Cathedral Parish) for the continued progress of the Church in Arkansas. Wednesday, December 1st, for the safety of our boys in the ser- vice. Thursday, December 2nd, for vocations to the priesthood and sisterhood. Friday, December 3rd, for the Holy Souls in Purgatory. Saturday, December 4th, for the spread of devotion towards the Mother of God, and in particular for the revival of the devotion of the Rosary in the home. Sunday, December 5th, for the progress of the Catholic Missions and the Propagation of the Faith of Christ throughout the world. A Solemn High Mass of thanks- giving will be celebrated on Sun- day, December 5th, after which the Blessed Sacrament will be exposed throughout the afternoon and the Cathedral's Centennial Week will close that evening with Solemn Benediction of the Most Rt. Roy. Msgr. Francis A. Allen Blessed Sacrament. Subiaco. Harvest Parsel's Festival Planned Model Airplanes and For Thanksgiving Subiac0.nMayor Frank H. Gor- Supplies rel served on a committee of six church leaders at Subiaco plan- : _.. +.. _  ning the annual "Harvest Festi- val" for Thanksgiving day. As- sisting him were George Huber, a Joe Vogelpohl, Emil Etzkorn, An- drew Kehres, and Conrad Mueh- legg. All officers of church so- cities were ex-.officio members, and dozens served in special ca- ' ' ' t pacRms. The mother s seem y, the men's society, and the Sodal- ity all had prominent parts in the annual affair. Photo Iolder and frame stands President Paul M. Nahlen, (glass, plastic, wood, leather) head of the academy, introduced the Thanksgiving bazaar for' the P A R S E L 'S parish-school benefit some five 316 W. Capitol Little Rock years ago and it has always .been popular. A canvas of all families in the parish this year resulted in i THIS YEAR GIVE This year, when religion is taking on deeper meaning for us all . . . a religious gift is truly a welcome selection... A gift from the heart. The HOLY BIBLE Beautiful ROSARIES Make your selections earlybeautiful crucifixes, framed pictures, large stock of rosaries, medals and chains, grand selection of praycrbooks in all kinds of bindings and prices. Many articles nO longer available; 'except at The Guardian. Use only strictly Religious Christmas cards. Inspire Faith with Friend- ship. See our selection now. Do your Christmas shopping early, : r " 309 West 2nd ...... Little Rock, Ark. 003t. Andrew's Cathedral many nice and useful prizes for the famed "Country Store" and other booths. On the religious side, the parish annually attends the high Mass on Thanksgiving day to thank the Lord for His bountiful gifts of the i harvest, and many receive the Sacraments. That this is a good way to spend Thanksgiving is at- tested by many temporal blessings that have come to the parish {hrough it, while spiritual bless- ings no doubt have resulted through reception of the Sacra- ments and the hearing of the Mass. Arkansas State Council Ten Parishes To Hold December Celebration Parishes and Institutions at var- ious parts of the Diocese holding public observance of the Centen- nial during the month of Decem- ber ae as follows: Week of November 28 to De- cember 5, St. Andrew's Cathedral at Little Rock, and St. John the Baptist (colored) Church, Fort Smith. Week of December 5th to De- cember 12th, Blessed Sacrament Church, Jonesboro, and St. Cy- prian's Church (colored) Helena. Week of December 12th to 19th, Sacred Heart Church, Morrilton and St. Leo's Church, Hartford Week of December lgth to 26th, St. John's Church, Hot Springs, and St. Augustine's Church (col- ored) North Little Rock. Week of December 26th to Jan- uary 2nd, Christ the King Church, Fort Smith, ::and Warner Brown Hospital, E1 Dorado. Next week in the Centennial Edition of The Guardmn, the en- tire listing of all parishes and in- stitutions with their respective dates throughout the year 1944, will be carried. The observance begins with St. Andrew's Cathedral and will con- clude there on November 28, 1944. Thanksgiving Mass Offered For Survivor Of Sinking Francis L. Schilly, 2-c Petty Officer, former member of St. Peter's Parish at Wynne, attended a Mass there Sunday morning of- fered in thanksgiving for his safe return by the Roy. J. N. Doyle. Petty Officer Schilly, one of the survivors of the sinking of the U.S.S. Henley, which went down in the Pacific on October 3rd, has been in the navy three years. He has taken part in all the major battles in the Pacific area, having been at Pearl Harbor on Decem- ber 7th, 1941. He reports he was about to go ashore to attend Mass C K when the attack came. Mrs. Henry Hess and Edwin Schilly. student at St John's brothe and roster of Francis were present at the Mass. Francis Schilly was born at Weiner, Arkansas. He has three brothers in the armed forces, Louis, Marines, Ehner, Army, and Mrs. Brugnone Heads use Committee Little Rock -- Mrs. Umberto MrSpocahontasMary Burke, 2nd vice-president, Brugnone of Good Counsel parish Victor Kordsmeler, Srd vlce-presldenL Morrllton StL Sgt. Alfred B. Nabholz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Nabholz of Conway, was among 8 Arkansans of Army's 8 Air Force Base in England winning decoration the War Department announced. He was awarded the distinguished Flying Cross. In a recent letter Sgt. Nabholz said he expected to get home for Christmas. He has been on 26 missions over Nazi occupied Europe and had been awarded the Air Medal and 5 Oak Leaf Clusters. He is a member of Conway Branch C. K. of A., and is a cousin of Julian nd Antoin Nabholz of the Little Rock Branch No. 79. The well attended and interest- ing meeting of Branch 1007 of Engelberg was held on Sunday November 14th, at which the fol- lowing newly elected Branch of- ricers were installed by State Or- ganizer Gee. H. Steimel: Presi- dent Ben Thielemeier, Vice-Presi- dent John Liebhaber, Recording Secretary Edw. Stennel, Financial Secretary and Treasurer Loyola Thielemeier, Escort Paul Proffer. No Spiritual Director was chosen because the pastor Rev. H. W. Nix has just recently died, and no successor appointed as yet. Mr. Edward Steimel, the newly elected Recording Secretary of Engelberg Branch 1007, is at St. Vincent's Infirmary, Little Rock, where he has undergone an opera- tion, and his father, George H. Steimel ,State Organizer, reports that he will be there another 10 days, but he is doing nicely. C.K. of A, members are urged to visit him, The Arkansas State Fraternal Congress held a very successful one-day meeting Wednesday, No- vember 17ttL at the Marion Hotel, Little Rock. The Congress was addressed by Governor Homer M. Adkins, Mayor Charles E. Meyer and State Insurance Commission- or, J. Herbert Graves. The Con- gress is an affiliation of all Fra- ternal Insurance societies of the State and is affiliated with the National Fraternal Congress of America. The Catholic Knights o1' America have been associated with the Congress since its organ- ization 25 years ago. The C.K. of A., has the followiuff members" on the officers list: T. J. Arnold Sergeant at Arms; George H. Steiroel, Leo. J. Byrnes, Miss Barbara Ehemann as Committee- merl. Mrs. Carl E. Bopp is visiting her husband, Carl, in camp near Win- will head the Hospitality Commit- tee at NCCS-USO Club at 112 East 7th Street on Sunday, November 25. I Assi.';ting Mrs. Brugone on her committee are the following ladies of the parish: Mrs. J. E. Gehrki, Mrs. Lorraine Allen, Mrs. Florence Hoffman, Mrsr. T. E. Moseley, Mrs. S. C. Schepp, Mrrs. O. G. Harrison, Mrs. Joe Mitchell, and Miss Ouida Caldarara. Coffee and rolls will be the re- freshments at the morning Com- munion breakfast, "and coffee and sandwiches will be the feature of the afternoon refreshment hour. All service men are cordially in- vited to drop in the club at any time during the day. chester, Tenn., and reports that Carl is still bothered with arthritis in his limbs. She is expected back after spending Thanksgiving Day with him. Both are members of I.ittle Rock Branch No. 79. St. John's Church, Fort Smith Tiae ftrst week of the Centennial of the Diocese will be observed by St. John's (colored) Church, Fort Smith. St. John's, as shown here was erected in 1930, due to the generosity of Sir Charles J. Jewett. It is of colonial architecture, and is complemented by the Bonneville Library. Kights of Columbus State Council By J. P. Reynolds We have a little over a month left in this year of 1943. Let's put forth our best efforts to make the required .40 per cent of our assigned membership increase before the year dies. That it is r/bt imposmble is evidenced by the fact that some of the councils of this jurisdiction have already made it. Council 812 with a quota of 24 for the entire fiscal year, has already taken in 39 members. Council 2780, with a quota of 6, has already taken in their full quota. Coun- cil 996 with a quota of 11 has taken i 5, which is more than 45 percent THIRD DEGREE COUNCILS NEWS ACTIVITIES IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS Council 812 ' ' Grand Knight, .Iohn R. Helbron, 412 Fountain Street, has resumed his duties as Manager and Train- ing Supervisor, of Safeway Store, 14th and Main, after a recent operation on his left knee. Ap- parently he is now on his way to a speedy full recovery. All Brother Knights will be pleased to hear this good news. Mr. Thee J. Arnold, 109 Sylvan Hills, Park Hill, North Little Rock, State President, Arkansas State Council, Catholic Knights of America, and Chairman of Little Rock Council No. 812, Catholic Activities Committee, is recover- ing from a recent hard attack of lumbago. He is still under care of his physician, but seems to be ion his way to a rapid relief from the dreadful pains of this severe ailment. All Brother Knights I of their quota. Cotmcil 1770 with a quota of 7 has taken in 2. Coun- cil 1153 has a quota of 13, Council 1702 has a quota of 6, Council 1713 has a quota of 4, Council 2443 has a quota of 7, Council 2650 has a quota of 7, Council 2857 has a quota of 4. It is just probable that some o these councils listed have increased their intake since these figures were issued. What we should strive for during the few remaining days of this year is to obtain for our reSpec- tive council an intake equal to 40 pet" cent of our assigned quota; for instance, if our quota is 5, we are asked to take in at least 2 members before Dec. 31, which may consist of new members, ex- members returning to the fold, or a combination of both. This one qualification required to put our council on the ttonor Roll, namely a 10 per cent gross :intakein membership for the Fiscal Year, ending June 30th., is within reach of every council in this jurisdiction, if every member makes some effort to contact the 'eligible Catholics in his commun- ity. Come on brothers let's show that the "Slow. Train Through Arkansas Days" are long past and everybody is interested and alet wish you good health again. M Jose-h H Yea-or 609 Scott Rock, is still at St. Vincent's. Strert, is Pstill 'at te Navy "nd Brother William J. Flynn, visited ............. wi.th Brother Ed and reports that '-t'my osplai, o prlngs. o- ............ ne s geung along nne arer ms vice has been received that he is] . .. . " recen operation, ano can now re- recuperatmg mcely rom the el- . ....... .... a" .. ,cewe company ,,kll mgnts are mcts o a recent m 3or operauon ...... " ......... Joe has been active in all this gma o neat" ma romer ,:fl wm Council's activities, and all Broth- er Knights are hoping for his rapid recovery. Brother George Math- er, will visit with him next.week. His mother is with him this week. Mr. Edward Wortsmith, 1300 West 11th Street, North Little THEIR INTEREST IS MUTUAL soon be up and around again. This Council has voted to waive all Council Dues and pay all Per Capita Assessments for all Broth- er members in the Armed Service. Insurance members, however will be required to pay their regular Insurance Premiums, as hereto- fore, but Dues and Per Capitas are waived. Order Christmas Cards Early Chief of Army Chaplains, Monsignor William R. Arnold (left), and Chief of Navy Chaplains Robert D. Workman, receive from Presi- dent Miller McClintock of the Mutual Broadcasting System, the first copies of "Minute of Prayer," a book based on Mutual's radio pro* gram of the same title. The presentation was made at t luncheon conference in Washington, atterlded b'y religious leaders. Royalties from the book, which is a collecU, on of prayers submitted bY clergy- men of various religious faiths, will be donated to the United Serv ice Organlzatlons. Inc. (N.C.W.C.)' No. A 1. Selection of twelve beauti- fully colored Christmas Cards, two sample cards shown above. At- tractive box with envelopes, at Per Box ....................... 7So No. B 2, Four attractive religious design Christmas cards, beautifully colored. With envelopes. At 5c ca. No. C. 3. Three attractive color de- signs unusual value in Christmas cards. At ........................ 3e vs. I i Order from ', The Guardian 309 West 2nd, Little Rock : Observa ]Solemn Mass On Sun.Nov. Fort Smith.--St. John's ed) Church, Fort Smith, gin celebration of the of the Diocese on SundaY, comber 28, the actual date establishment of the diocese, finish on December 5th. On November 28th there a Solemn High Mass at with a sermon on "What is a, ceseIts Physical Formation Mystical Significance." tion of the Most Blessed sent will follow the the prescribed prayers will cited. Since few of the have time off during the and work long hours each evening, observance will legated to the morning i a Mass at 8 o'clock, time the Rosary will be the welfare of the Bishop and members, and ors of a thankful nature at the end of Mass. A special Requiem will be held at 8 o'clock morning, November "Month's Mind" for the tot', the Rev. Patrick J. C.S.Sp., requested by children. The week's obser, close on December 5th, Mass and appropriate St. John's, one the ishes of the diocese, has' teresting history. The Church of St. John the was bfailt in 1920, vices had been held time in a frame store which the members of the rented. The present church was 1930, and dedicated Hi lency, our Most R in June of that year. Outstanding in the John's, is Sir Charles J. Knight of St. Gregory. It who made the attractive ized church possible by of time and money. also gave funds for a auditorium to be built, his wife, the late Katie This hall was John's Parish, in June, was dedicated by His on the 30th of the month. Among Other donati( Charles to this colored the Bonneville Library. rary is part of the parish, longs to it. Bonneville open to the colored of irrespective of creed. ' -ri, ddionfed it in in the possibilities that our reach, and are fully ined, as far as Knights umbus are concerned, to whatever is required of our own council and our the Honor Roll. 1944 Catholic Art Calendar i For Every Catholic Hom00 The Catholic Art complete information on bt feast days, days of fast once, and a wealth of formation. Give Ca For Christmas i Twelv. beautiful new holy One for each colors, This attractive 14 page 9 1-2 x 17 inches is with cord for hanging. Price each Order your calendar The 309 West 2nd. r