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1 m op Sheen Commends Love , Spi fir" People For Their Pastor alk ] o Philadelphia Group ,a&apos;,l bier L 1'!4 Philadelphia. (NC)--The love of people fox their pastors is one of the most beauli- CO ! cy :fl ,adiC 'y u,cd ings in the world, Auxiliary Bishop Fukon J. Sheen of New York declared here ata eei:'n: begCV! rl 1 attendedl by 1,500 members, and friends of Holy Child parish in North Phdadelphka. .'on,.' al n the course of his talk, Bmhop Sheen stressed especially the devotionand loyahy to- h(y CanJllthe Pope shown by the .... , .,,,,,, it Faith 'lie clergy and faithful in Auxiliary Bishop Joseph M. Me- v*'*'*'*'*'*'*--"-":--:::-'-=; .... :._ under communist Shea of Philadelphm, attended I the dinner at which Joseph A. : P, ersonal and Social Wi:son, former C,allector'of In- Send or telephon sooial It, emn Was the principal speaker ternal Revenue, here. was toabt. by MonhL$ noon, ltl ram which climaxed a master, iten ion of lhe consecration .:,1 The consecralion of Holy Child , Church lhe burnird Church was l)erforrned by Arch- '''"'''-"---"--;----='=' n:ortgage, and the of 1he pr.stor, Father bishop Byrne, and was hallowed Soci;0s Socials Socials _ '.B. McGinley, to the raak by a Solemn Mass of Thanksgiv. SL Therese's Altar Society .... ing ce!ebrated by Bishop MeShes To Meet December 1 : Reverend Monsignor. Archbishop ,John F. O'Hma ag the work of Monsig_ C.S.,C., who presided at the Mass Geyer Sln'ings.--St. Thcrese's Bishop Sheen .saM: subsequently announced the ele, Altar Society, Geyer Springs, will resses itself in sacrL ration ,:fl' Monsignor McGinley. hold their monthly meeting Men- sacrifice is the spirit el ._. .day evening, December 1 at 7:30 of the world today." C D fA Have p.m., in the Chm'ch. he added, is being .0 more today than ;n Altar Society to Meet era of .the w00rld Day Of Little Rock.--The Altar Socieiy persecutions and vast Ri 11 ti of st. Edward's Parish will ho[:l the Catholic ,Church in he said the Corn- eco ec Oil their, regular monthly meeting, Friday evening, December 5 re!. have "an infernal sense L'ttle Rock. -- The Catholic lowing' servicers. Mrs J. M. Fin. to attack. '' Daughters, Our Lady of Perpetual ley, president will preside. All said thut priests in Help ,Court, No 1223 sponsored ladies o[ the parish are invited Io :; are told they can keep aU a Day of Recollection at the Cat!,. attend. tare but they must deny olic Boy's High Sob,sol, Sunday I .%. In answeiing his ques. November 23. Thirty-five mere- Mother' Sodality to Hold tern'bY dOte denythe theCmmuniS:Sprimacy bers participated, in the progra,n Annual Christmas Party of praj;ers and meditations with Little , Rock.  St. Edward's ?" Bishop Simon decla-.Father Felix DePrato, O.C.D. Mothers' Sodality will meet We, I- cy know that if they can )fief of Marylake as their re. nesday December ,3 at 2:00 p.m. k !l:e to deny the Pope, the treat-master. :Will die." The annual Christrra. party will :. ! Sheen said that "God al. Father Felix celebrated Mass take place fo!lowin:g tire mcetin:L big ; ; .ersecutmn to continue lor a at 8:00 a.m., beginning the 8 Each member is requested Lo 'eason. He knows He can h. mrs of devotion. His theme for bring either canned food for finl '! tl.e world by "the alchewy the conferences was 2 ways of Christmas baskets or m,aney to uivine Grace." life--the Christian or the material buy gifts l;Jr needy children,. All ishop Edwin V. Byrne, of and was divided into four periods members are invited to be pres. Pc, a seminary classmate druing the day. His seholary eat. nsignor McGinley and discussion .of the subject was most Mrs. Leon Major, chairman -- inspiring. His answer to the will be assisted by Mrs. Geor,'.,e CAMDEN questions asked by the retreat. Roberts as co-chairlan and Mes. lnctudlnl , ants in a question box were in. dames J. J. ttelbron, Gertrude ...._ . struetive and enjoyable. The Holeomb, Mary Arnold, Joe prayers of t.he Rosary and Sta- Wirges, D. L. Stuff, Frank Zan. tions of the Cross were led by grel, Dan Byrne, Mary Snyder, R D O hit members of the congregation. Louis Rhein, Lee J. Snyder, Fred uac a Father Felix closed the days de. Hart, Louise Hamuel, Charles g votion with Benediction of the Sprick, Joe Oswald, Joe Wall. & & Mi Blessed Sacrament. Hymns and hewer, Wilbur Pietz, Tillie Berg- responses were sung by the mem- man, 'George Porbeck and Char. ss rror bers. les Lienhart. i N All arrangements for the day  were made by the letreat chair- 302So. Adams man, Miss Mary Lou Brown and B D laloy rc. ] PHONE 6-3602 her committee, e'L'- e e -:" Nupti Is In ]i ed  St. Gregory of Nazianzen, says a 91 for Every Purpose" of St. Athanasius, that when ty- rants silenced his speech, his vir. Pa is Chu tues supplied the place of set- r rch s th manE. - Paris.--Miss Ros Zita Ben_ =='=='"  " daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ant.an li, 3 , Benz became the bride of Jo,hn A. "THE Dela]oye. son or Mr. and Mrs. ......... A F. Delaloye, For Smith at a Nuptial High MazG Saturday, Feminine Apparel & Shos November 8 at 9:00 a.m. Fath,::r rING ...... [A ............ Arkansas IE BENS, BERG'S ,-- Baldwin and Other Pianos - R C A Radios Jefferson St. S.W. Phone 6-3002 Cam&on, Arkansas SILLIMAN AGENCY Complete Insurance Service PHONE 6-5776 Arkansas tr 1 rh US1 nSl at, O. K. Grocery And Market O. E. Carden, Prop. PHONE 4-4335 Arkansas Carton To Icebox-To Hospitality N MIRROR COMPANY Manufacturers of Mirrors - Mirrors Resilvered Glass Of All Kinds "-"--=.Protects Paints Against Peeling TELEPHONE 6-2283 108 Newton Street / Arkansas / Only Printer Specializing In School Printing Class Records - Permanent Record Sys[em College and High School Yearbooks THE HURLEY CO., Inc. Arkansas THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 28, 1952 PAGE THREE DEDICATE NEW $2,500. ,000 SEMINARY Dedicated by the Most Rev. Amleto Giovanni Cicognani, Apostolic Delegate to the United States, this W  " " nc . $2,o00,000 Christ the King Seminary at St. Bonaventure University, St. Bonaventure. IN" Y., is conoucted by the Franciscan Fathers This exterior view shows, left. facult " " _ . y and administration wings; center main wing" housing" classrooms or first floor; ll0-foot campanile with outdoor pulpit and Nuelu ristic clock, right; entrance to Chapel of St. John the Apostle. (N Photos) .t Mrs. J. D. Hebert,  SEIINARY . LITTLE ROCK Fatal Accident Carlisle. -- The accident in  Rev. Claiborne Lafferty which Mrs. Joe Do Hebert nf Carlisle was latally injured and in which her huslzand suffer,.', a fractul'ed P,l'?ll and colhlr boric, disrupted phms for tire GoMer Wedding anniversary which the couple were to celebrate witf then. children at El Paso, Texas While driving near Breckin_ ridge, Texas on the way to the home of their daughter, Mrs. S::F Davis and Major Davis at E1 Paso, the couple were involved in an automobile accident. From h,_ formation received it was on the outskirts of Drcckenridge that Mr. Hcbert applied his brakes on his 1953 Kaiser car to avoid hit. tins a wrecked car on the high- way. His automobile skidded ell tile wet pavcn',ent and rata inko the path o an approaching trans. port Members of St Rose parish, Carlisle, for many years, Mrs. Hebert died instanlly and her hu'band, a retired ' rice grower', suflered fractures and is report. ed in serious condition at a Breckinridge h.ospita u Another daughter, Miss Rachel Hebert of Washington, D.C., has been visiting her sister Mrs. Leo Eberling in Panama and arrived at E1 Paso by plane the same day to be on hand lot her parent's an. Mark Berger, O.S.B., officiated at the double ring ceremon,y. Also present ill the sarlctuary were Fort Smith nrd Mr'' Gone Ben', Roy James Foley, O.S.B., Rev. " ", Martin Fisher, O.S.B., and Rev. Fayetleville. Gtls Dclaloye ser- Otto Butterbach Fort Smith. ved hit brother as best man. The bride, beautihflly gowned in white satin and carrying a colonial bauquet of white carna. lions and a white orchid, was given in marriage by her father. The maid of honor was Miss h'ene Sharum, FaN Smith. Brides. The nuptial music was pro- -maids were Miss Mary Delaloye, vided by Mrs. Ollie Zeiler or'. ganist; Miss Gusta Kleba, vocal- ist and the men's choir of St. Best Wishes! November 14, 1952 Adehna Hodgins asked me to say Mass for our mutual frien'.t, the late Bernadine Schmink Madigan, on the anniversary (;[' her death. She had more friends than just the two ef us and all of them who could be present wet:e at Carmel., It is consoliny to know that death does not end affection. While we cannot speak to them, we can speak for them and we know that they, in their turn, will speak for us. That night Mons'gnor Murray and I boarded the train for St. i D:mis. The Bishop wanted us to attend the annual meeting of the Canon Law Society of America. It was the first time either one of us had been present for the affair and we both enjoyed it thoroughly, it was an opporttw- ity to see old friends from dif- ferent parts of the counh'y and to learn from them the problems they had to aMve in their posi- tions requirint., a h-nowledge of Canon Law. DifficulUes have a way of seeming to iron them- solves out when they are talked over with others wh< have had to face the same problems. The schedule at a convention like that is not made Out to al- Morgan Hardware niversary celebration there, low much time on one's own. I had hoped to see an old friep.d Mrs Hebert is survived by her frm way back in college days, husband three " daughters and Margaret Creekmore. She has seven grandchildren, always been a favorite traveling Requiem Funeral Mass for the deceased ,was held today. (Friday November 29) at St. Hose Church at 9:00 a.m by the pastor Ver. Rev. Msgr Tl'{onms L. Keany. :Burial was in Calwry Cemetery Little Rock. Houseware and Hardware Camden Arkansas Groomsmen were Walter cousin of the bride, Little Rock and Raymond Benz, brother of the bride, Fayetteville. Ushers, were B.abby Moody, Fort Smith and Jimm.y Benz, Little Rock. Joseph's Church. Following the ceremony a breakfast, dinnor and reception were held at the home of .the bride's parents. After a wedding trip tire couple will be at home in Cactus, Texas where Mr, Delaloye is employed by the Phillips Chemical Com- pany. i Out-of-town guests included friends and relatives from. Jop- lin., Missouri; Little Rock, Ark; Fayetteville Ark.; Oklahoma City,' Oklahoma and For Smith, Azl. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK CAMDEN, ARKANSAS Season's Greetingsl Cotton Belt Hotel Cotton Belt Cafe Camden Arkansas THINK OF USREY'S DRUG STORE, For Prescriptions - Drugs - Cameras . Cosmetics PHONE 6.2966 Camden Arl Best Wishes to St. Louis' Parish! LINEBARIER TIRE SERVICE 317 S. Adams -- Phone 6-3056 ' Camden Arkansas . Phone 6-5374 P.O. Box 117 Gammill Lumber Company Building Material - Ruheroid Roofing and Siding Crane Pumbing and Heating Benjamin Moore Paints Camden Arkansas Dr. Rothert To Head Cathedral Altar Society Little Rock. -- The annual Christmas parly of the St. An- drew's Altar :)ciety will be held in the parish hall en Tuesday. I).ecember 2nd at 7:30 p.m. Christ- mas carols will be furnished Ly the Catholic tIigh Choir under the direction of FatLer Raymord O'Dwyer. The last meeting ",,.'as presided over by Mrs. Carson Bray, presi. dent, when plans were oampleted for the annual card party held on Tuesday, November 11 and sponsored by tire Altar Society and the P.T.A. of S'. Andrew's. Mrs. Granville Sutton, chair- man of the nonainatnrg committee )resented the following slate of officers for the following year: Dr. Frances Rothert, Pres.; Ms. Fred Brysn, Vice Pros.; Mrs. Joe Buddenberg, Secretary and Mrs. Walter Standridge, Treasurer. There were 35 members pres- ent who enjoyed .delicious Nescaie the courtesy of drs. Phyliss Instant Coffee donated through' companion ,:)f my sister, but we have not been able to persuade her to travel this way in a 1or, g time. I .talked to her on the phone, that was all. , Who I did get to see some friends I had made in Rome. Their moth- er died in Florence just a few: days after I ba(i to!(l her good. bye in Rome. It was a great shock to everyone and a real s.:n'- row to me that I did not hear of it until she h:d been buried in St. Louis. She had lost an ear- ring, a favor!to heirloom, while attending a function in St. Peter's. In spite of the thorough_ ness with which all lost articles are cared l;m', it was not found. I toak the one left over, had it made into a locket for a relic oi her patron saint and gave it to the daughter. It made an un- usual reliquary, but quite an at. tractive one and, of course, one that it treasured in the family for the sentiment attached to it and the sacredness of the relic itself. =.. .... Refugees Tell How to Counteract Communis Montreal. (E)--The best means k. counteract thc menace of eommunism is in progressive social reforms, coupled with a campaign of truth, love and Christian solid6rity. People In All Sections Call , For Literature Clean-Up Arkansas Congressman Says Washington. (E)--People in all Gathings of Arkansas said here parts o1'. the counlry are de- today. manding that Congress do something to clean book and magazine racks of objectionable material Representative E. C. Full Turnover Of Scottish Hierarchy Dumfries, Scotland. (IC)--With the consecration of Bishop JoE- eph McGee of Galloway, all eight dioceses of Scotland have now r-e. ceived new Ordinarics since the end of the ,war. As a result of this complete tmmover within seven years, the Scottish hierarchy is now prob- ably one of the youngest in the world, so far as the average age of the Bishops is concerned. DIES (Continued l'rom rage 1) master of novices for some time. Father Basil, Who was bot'n April 27, 1865, at Wettingen, Can- too Aaf'gua, SwitzeHand began his studies for the priesthood at Einseideln Abhey in that coun., try and in 1887 came to the Unit. ed States as one of a group of eight to continue 1.i studies a and join the young oundation at Subiaco. In 1390 he was the first priest to be ordained for Subiaco. He was the last survivor of the "Eight Beatitudes" as this class was called, because heir coming was such a blessing for the struggling foundation, Office of the dead was recited before the pontifical Requiem Mass offered by the Rl. Rev. Paul M. Nahlen, O..B., abbot of New Subiaco Abbey. A large number of diocesan and religious, clergy as well. as lay friends of Father Basil were orerent. The Congressman, chairman of a special House Committee investigating Iublic :;ales of ob- jectionable reading hmtter, said a flood of literature has come in upon the committee The material is mostly pocket'.sized novels and so-called comic books, sent in by people callin3 for action, he added. Representative Gathings sad it is not yet known what the committee can do to curb traf. fic in objectionable literature, but that it might of;oct changes in existing laws to strengthen them. He pointed out that while the law forbids the transporta. tion of obscene mat,*er by com- mon carriers, objectionable ma- terial is often transported by private trucks. He said the com- mittee may alsa be able to persuade publishers to adopt a voluntary 'code of ethics. But most of all, the Congress. man added, it is a job for the public, and espectally parents. "When people realize how ser. ious the situation is, "he de- clared. "they will take steps to stop it. The committee is try. ing to bring t,o public atten- tion what is happening." CAMDEN E. J. LEYSATH ..:aTd:n ...... 2r?.7:a[_ Davis representative of the Nes-I cafe Compan,y. Assisting in serx- I ing were Mrs. Marion Grimes, Compliments of lVh-s. Joe Budd.enbe,'g and Mrs.] LEON'S SHOE STORE Norman Bailey. Meeting closed with prayer by Father McLough-, Fine Footwear and Accessories lin, - - I Camden Arkansas ; British Press [.. .................................. _ .............. , Eulogizes ] Philip Murray [ ANTHONY HENRY'S Dandon. (E)  British Catholic][ , "The Store for Men and Boys" [j papers have paid striking tribute/[ t0 the late Philip Murray, the 66./H Camden _2:kan__ .. year-old, Scottish born president|J of the CIO. ]" Under the banner line "Man Kept Encyclicals on His Desk," the Catholic ]{el'aid pub- lished an obituary written by its assistant editor, Iauglas Hyde. lie said that Philip Murrays' lille "was that of .a man who, through all the difficulties and tempts. tions of a caarer as a trade union leader, not only rehembered that he was a Caflolic but took his Catholicism with hi.- right into his work. "You are rich enough", says St. Ephrem, "If you obtain eternal life." I Ouachita Valley Dairy Association, Inc. Grade A Dairy Products PHONE 6-3256 500 South Callfornla PROCTOR FUNERAL HOME AND FURNITURE STORE Camden, Arkansas Palmer's Grocery & Market Staple and Fancy Groceries 510 S. Adams St. Camden Arkansas Season's Greetings! White City Bldg. Material Company All Kinds of Building Material Ready Mixed Concrete PHONES 6-9391 . 6-9392 and 6-3202 Best Wishes to St. Louis' Parish! ' CHAS.TAIN'S Visit Our Down Stairs Store TIIE PLACE TO GO FOR THE BRANDS YOU KNOW Congratulations to St. Louis Parish and Father Joseph Burns from the following County Officials, SEASON'S GREETINGS MALCO THEATRES, Inc. 'Camden, Arkansas [ MALCO -k RIALTO t STRAND Ouachita County Parker Elliott Chas. E. Hallum ' Best Wishes to St Louis' Parish! % Bearden Lumber Company Manufacturers of YELLOW PINE KILN DRIED OAK FLOORING ANTHONY BRAND OAK FLOORING Bearden Arkansas Bill Smead Judge Reynolds Mearl C. Merritt