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THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 26. 1943 and SOCIAL| A L LANDI=MS STORIES - SUBMITTED or Send SocialItems to The Guardian / MUST BE 3090 West Second St., Phone 5486, by Tuesday. I SIGNED HAMLING-LUYET marriage of Miss Albertine daughter of Mr. and Hamling, Conway, to Luyet, son of Mr. and ,ee Luyet of Conway, was solemnized at St. Jo- Church, on Tuesday, No- 16th, with the Rev. An- celebrant, and James Riley, assistant in altar was beautifully decor- With chrysanthemums. The e Wore an ensemble of soldier !With navy blue accessories, of white carnations, and a prayer book. bridesmaid, Monica Layer, of the groom wore a navy sUit with British tan acces- and a pink carnation car- Hamling, brother of the served as best man. was served in the home bride following the care- The dining room was with white and yellow mums. A three tiered cake was topped with bride and groom. attended St. Joseph and is employed by :& Co. The co'aple will make home at 1129 Davis Street. Anna O'Hara, formerly of returned to Jefferson Catholic Hero Given Nation's Highest Award City last week after spending a Washington. (E)--In tribute to two week's vacation visiting Private Joe P. Martinez, of the friends in Little Rock. Miss Army, who in death was awarded O'Hara has for the past five years lhe nation's highest honor, the been employed in the State Au- Congressional Medal of Honor, ditor's Office in Jefferson Ci W. Representative William S. Hill, of Colorado, had reprinted in the Mrs. Ruth Jacquemine, 1919 Congressional Record a story of the Catholic soldier's heroism Brown, Little Rock, is at St. Vin- cent's Infirmary where she under- went a major operation last Tues- day. Robert P. Daley, B.M. 1-c, ex- pects to return to his base soon, after spending a thirty day leave with his mother, Mrs. Rose Daley, 1823 West 2rid., and friends. Robert has been recovering from injuries sustained in combat in lhe North Atlantic. His younger brother, Franklin, who is in the Naval Cadet Air Reserves, will soon receive his "wings of gold". He is stationed at Corpus Christi, TAX., and writes home that he is flying patrol bombers now. Both boys are members of Cathedral parish. Electrical Contracting and Repairing Of all Kinds Estimates Free EDDIE BALL Telephone 4-4904 T.R A N G E B U T TR.U i.,ttl..K,ow, Facts for Catholic's E 1. MURRAY Q,,,t ,m -. . ,"  s L & STEN$ON I :,DUCTS of" t 00bodq b.otk namOd rot their A( t/zcrpJotL _ j. . CO#ll, lls ) IMSTEDT birLg&Heating Company Little Rock For More Than 20 Years BILL SCHMIDT AUTO-PARTS & TIRE CO. , PARTS FOR ALL CARS Vulcanizing - Retreading $08-10 Towson Ave, Dial 414'/ Fort Smith, Ark. i ii [[ and Repairs of & HEATING Capitol Phone 6153 Rock, Arkansas Bone Dry Roofing Sheet Metal Work J. E. Hornibrook East Markham Street Phone 4-2494 THE SUNDAY MISSAL by Father leance NEW-- IMPORTED --SIMPLI- FIED--ONE OF THE FINEST BOOKS PUBLISHED---MADE IN EXCELLENT BINDINGS Father Kelly's Study Plan shows how to ass this Missal and teaches nil about the Moss, Altar, sanctuary, vestments etC. Father Laeance explsino the spiritun| nature of the Mass. No interruptions, avoiding confusion. When to kneel, stand, sit 18 Indleate& 3.4 x s s.4 Imit. Leathor limp covorst round corners, red edsss $2.2S Seal Leather, limp covero, gold oide, red undor gold $4.00 Morocco Leather gold roll, red under gold odaes. $4.50 Order from The Guardian which won him the decoration. The story, which appeared in the Washington Post, told of tri- bute paid by the Army to Private Martinez and other heroes. The story recalled that in the Battle of Attu, when the American ad- vance was slowed down by heavy Japanese mortar, machine-gun and rifle fire on two occasions, Private Martinez led the attack up slopes of snow against the enemy. With his rifle still at his shoulder, Private Martinez was wounded mortally as he attained a ridge overlooking a pass lead- ing into Chichagof Harbor. His efforts, the War Department stat- ed, permitted all units to move up against the enemy and played a great part in ending organized resistance on the Island of Attu. Before he entered the Army, Private Martinez, who was 23, was a farm laborer, at Ault, Colo. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Martinez. Besides the Congres- sional Medal of Honor, Private Martinez also was decorated with the Purple Heart. He was a mem- ber of the parish of Our Lady of Peace in his home town. ' :Ot OBITUARY | Mary Boyle Dresbach The funeral of Mrs. Glenn Ward Dresbach, who passed away at the Army-Navy General Hospital in Hot Springs the night of No- vember 11, was held at St. Eliza- beth's Catholic Church in Eureka Springs, Monday, November 15 at 10 a.m. with the pastor, the Rev. Louis V. Stemac, celebrant. Serving at the altar were John- ny Lester and Gregory Juenzell. During the offertory, Mrs. Char- lotte Crider played Gounod's "Ave Maria". Father Stemac's sermon, after the absolution, was timely and deeply inspirational, appealing to Christians to live with the thought that we too, are certain of death and to be prepared to meet the summons of the Lord. Mrs. Dresbach was a graduate of Western Maryland Hospital, Cumberland, Maryland, and a post-graduate of ,Bellevue Hos- pital, New York.' Mrs. Dresbach was an oversea's nurse in France in World War I and it was there that she met Captain Glenn Ward Ddesbach whom she married in E1 Paso Texas, in 1921, after the war. The Dresbachs came to Eurek Springs less than three years ago, when Mr: Dresbach, a nationally known poet, decided that the natural scenery and beauty of the town would be an inspiration for his work. Mrs. Dresbach was a member of the Walker-Wilson, No. 9 Le- gion Post of Eureka Springs, and before cominghere had been com- mander of the Chas. Y. Crause Post No. 357, American ,egion of Illinois. Mrs. Dresbach was given a full military ]uneral. Her casket was draped with the United States flag, and two sergeants of the present war were color bearers Sg:'. Frederick Helm md Acil Walkm. Russell C. Worley, who ha:' been h(m,u'at;ly discharv, ed 'fro' T, he .;Cl-vice, hc,2.:l/.:e of irl- ]ur!..-.s, was color guard. Pallbe::rers were Arr:erican Le- gie,'.naires: Clyde Perki)s, G,oII( CI[, r., Captain M.D. Adkins, Bur- ris Pendergrnft, Dick Simpson, and Mr. Quhflas. ld. the cemetery after the brief gra,cside services and the ble,.:s- in, of the grave, taps were sound- MoRR,SON 'l'l E II ATTF.R HATS M EN'S CI.EANED AND BLOCKED 523 Main St. Ph. 9976 Plumbing And Heating "k REPAIR SPECIALIST GEe. M. WOODS Call 2-3342 Little Rock Fentress Mortuary The Only Establishment In Western brktnoao desig6sd, built and dedi- cated exclusively for FunaraJ IJorv- ICSS, PHONE 6178 il i F RELIEF FOR THE VICTIMS OF WAR A French nnn assists an American Red Cross girl (left) tn dlstrlbut- ing milk and other food necessities in Algiers, following the Allied occupation. The work is carried on through the Civilian Relief sac. I tion of the American Red Cross. Photo by ellis Atkins. (N C.W Cl[ Greater Little 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 and 8 c/clock. Sunday night, November 28th, Meeting of Young People's Club at the Hall immediately after evening devotions. On Tuesday, November 30th, the Feast of St. Andrew, the Patron of the Diocese, the Most Reverend Bishop will celebrate a Solemn Pontifical Mass in the Cathedral at 10:00 o'clock. This Mass will mark the opening f the Centen- nial Year of the Diocese. Each parish throughout the Dio- cese has been assigned a certain week in which to hold special parish celebcations. The week of November 28th to December 5th has been assigned to the Cathe- dral. The special qrogram of spiritual activities will be found elsewhere in this week's Guard- tan. Novena in honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal followed by Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament will be held Sunday night beginning at 7:45 o'clock. Novena in honor of St. Teresa, the Little Fh)wer, on Wednesday morning following the 7 and 8 o'clock Masses. Friday, December 2, will be the First Friday of the month and Masses will be said at 6, 7 and 8 o'clock at the Cathedral and at 7:30 at Holy Souls' Chapel. Con- fessions will be heard on Thurs- day afternoon from 4 until 6 and from 7:30 to 8:30. Confessions at Holy Souls beginring at 2 o'clock. The regular "Inquiry Class" will be held at the Cathedral Rectory, 802 Center St., Tuesday, s, evening and during the week (ex- cept Wednesday or Saturday nights) by appointment. Saint Edward's Church Sunday services: Mmses, 5:30 7:00, 8:20 and 11:00 a.m. Sermon on the "Real Presence of Jesus in lhc. Holy Ev.chari,'-t." We at St. Edward's will stm't the Celebr:- tio, cvnmemorating the Cen- Rock Activities cese of Little Rock, with Forty- Hours Adoration, beginning with Itigh Mass and Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament in the Soldiers' Mass at 8:30 a.m., today. The men of the Parish have been invited to receive Holy Com- munion at the 7:00 o'clock Mass. Adoration of the Blessed Sacra- ment will be held all day today, and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrarnent will bc 7:30 this even- ing. , ExposHion of the Blessed Sacra- ment will take place tomorrow and Tuesday at 6:00 a.m., with High Mass. The School Mass will be at 8:30 and adoration will be continued after the Novena of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, 7:30 p .m. Regular weekday services: Mas- ses, 6:30 and 8:30 daily. Social, sponsored by Circle No. 11 will be held Tuesday after the Novena and Forty-Hours Adora- tion. ,, .,, Good Counsel The Good Counsel Senior Play- ers will receive Italy Communion on Sunday, November 28th., at the 7:00 o'clock Mass. The month. ly meeting will be held Tuesday :ight, November 30th., at 8:00 o'clock in Good Counsel Hall. Friday, December 3rd, the First i Friday of the month, the children will receive Holy Communion at the 8:30 o'clock Moss. Confes- sions will be heard Thursday from 4 to 6. 7:15 to 8:30. The Good Counsel Altar So- ciety will meet Friday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock in Good Counsel Hall. Following the regular meet- ing the annual Christmas social will be held. Every Tuesday morning Novena to St. Anthony after the 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 o'clock Masses. Eucharisti,c and Little Fhlwer Novenas exery Friday night at 7:30. Novena for Peace and Victory i, held every Sunday afternoon at 3:00 c.'clock. The Way of the Cross will be held tonight Friday, , November 28th, at 7:1t0, followed by devo- tions to the Sacred Heart, and Bencdicti(aa of the Most Blessed co by Legionnaire H. P. Webb, 'fte'" which the flag was removed i''131 the casket and handed (o b,-. bereaved husband by Cap- fain Adkins, both saluling. During her short residence in Eureka Springs, Mrs. Dresbach had made many friends, both in Church and literary circles, and these friends deeply sympathize with Captain Dresbach in h.is great sorrow. Book On Eternal City Tells Story Of Vatican Washington. (E)--"The Eternal City," by Desider Holisher, a new book on "Rome of the Popes" con- taining 228 photographs and ac- comrmnying text, is soon to be published. With an introduction by the Rev. James M. Gillis, C.S.P., Editor of the The Catholic World, "The Eternal City" presents in pictorial form the rich traditions and priceless treasures of Vatican City and Papal Rome. It deals with the Catacombs and the Colos- seum, the relics and the sanct- uaries, St. Peter's and the Sistine Chapel. There are views of the monasteries and convents, of the clergy and laity at work in the Papal library and other institu- ions, of the map, nificcnt paintings and sculptured works in the Vati- can c(fllections, of the celebrated Swiss Guard, aria some interesting phfforaphs of Popes Plus XI and Plus XII. The Mosaic Studio o Vatican City, damaged in the bombing by an unidentified plane on Novem- ber 5, is pictured in the book, as are the Governor's Palace and he raih'oad station, also hit in the :ame raid. St. Anthony's Hospital MORR:LTON, ARK. Allsopp & Chapple Booksellers and Stationers 807-309 Main Street . Call * DAN DEARASAUGH For Office Supplies--Ph. 2-1846 I I F. H. KUIPER, Jeweler 06 West Capitol Phone 2-4724 Little Rock, Ark. DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, POTTERY NOVELTIES AND GIFTWARE We repair all kinds of plain and complicated watches, clocks, and Jewelry. Mall orders solicited. All work guaranteed. Prices moderate, , For 25 years head watchmaker of largest local Jewelry store. PAGE THREE SEMINARY NEWS The regular monthly meeting of the Msgr. Aretz Mission Crusade Unit of the Major Seminary was held on Sunday morning, Novem- ber 21. The Rev. Mr. Murphy exhorted the student body to in- sure the success of th tlrrent drive for stamps for the Missions by contributing all their stamps. Mr. Paul Laroque, Chairman of the stamp committee last year was elected once again by unan- imous consent to head that acti- vities of the committee for this year. The highlight of the meet- ing was an interesting and in- formative talk by the Rt. Ray. Msg,.. James P. Gaffney, rector, concerning the aims and purpose of the Academia. Msgr. Gaf- fney stressed the importarme of a thorough knowledge of the Mis- sions and expressed the hope .that the student body would acquire an active zeal for an extensive acquaintance with the problems of the Missions whicla would be acouired through the program of- fared by the Academia. The Rt. Rex,. Msgr. Joseph A. Gallagher, Vice-Rector celebrated a Solemn High Mass in the Semi- nary chapel on Monday morning, November 22 in observance of tim second anniversary of the death of his mother, Mrs. Clare Ce- cilia Gallagher. Msgr. Gallagher was assisted by the Rev. James Nugent, Deacon; the Rev. Mr. Bernard Cabanski, Sub-Deacon; Mr. Paul Bujarski, Master of Ceremonies. The remaining of- icers of the Mass were: Thurifers: Messrs. William Smyth and Clarence t:leisdorff.. Servers: Messrs. George Frey- aldenhoven and Dennis Scully. Acolytes: Messrs. Cornelius Buckley and Bernard Robeson. Mr. Robert Doyle, Director of athletics for the Major Seminary has informed us that the curtain will be rung down soon on a very successful football season. Mr. Doyle is rather reluctant at this time to give out any data on the standing of the respective teams, but has promised that something definite will be issued in the near future. We are sure that the re- sults at the football league of both lhe Major and Prep House will be of interest to all our readers and we will, therefore, give you ,the re- sults of both leagues as soon as possible. Word has been receivod' tceaily from Mr. Joseph Laura of the R.C.A.F. Joe, as he is more fam- iliarly known to many of the students and alumni 0f St. 'Jqhn's sends his greetings to all "and (hanks for their many prayers in his behalf. Joe informed us that he has affected-a transfer to the American Air Force Our best wishes to Joe on his transfer and many prayers for happy landings. The November meeting of the Minor Seminary's Crusade Unit was held on Sunday, November 14. The Students pledged them- selves to dedicate the first Sat- urday of each month as a day of prayer for all Priests. Mr. Wil- liam Beck, President, explained certain features of the Unit's Con- stitution for the benefit of the new students. A motion was pass- ed to supply the Recreation Room with a pamphlet rack which would contain pamphlets of cur- rent interest to the students, deal- ing especially with pamphlets of an apologetical nature. The build- ing and maintainence of the rack was put under the care of Mr. Peter Pugliese who has shown himself thoroughly capable in such matters. Sunday, November 28 will be the fifth anniversary of the death of Mrs. Anne O'Dwyer, A Missa Cantata will be celebrated in the Seminary chapel on Saturday, No- vember 27, by the Rt. Ray. Msgr. Joseph A. Gallagher. The of- ricers of the Mass will be: Master of Ceremonies: Mr. Ju- lius Romani. Se,'vers: Messrs. Raymond O'Dwyer and Dennis Sculley. Thurifers: Messrs. William Smyth and Clarence Reisdorff. Acolytes: Messrs. Cornelius Buckley and Bernard Roberson. TO GET RID OF A BAD COLD IN A HURRY TRY S. & B. "SPRATOX" It is just the remedy to che{flt it quickly and if used in time will often prevent It, and other troubles that follow a cold. 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