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PAGE TWO THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 30. 1945 I * ! ' I [ I I lib | ,, ,. Confirms Lady of the Lake Church, Lake Vii]age 14 Confirmed At Lake At St. John's Village Colored Church Lake Village.  St. John the Baptist Church for the Colored Class of 29 At was the scene of a Confirmation Ceremony last Sunday @fternoon, Our Lady's Church when His Excellency, the Most Rev. Auxiliary Bishop conferred Sunday .._ . ,Mornlnc, the Sacrament on fourteen young Lake Village.  On Sunday members of the parish. morning, Nov. 25, at Our Lady of Present for the ceremony were the Lake Church, His Excellency, the members of the clergy who at- the Most Rev. Auxiliary Bishop tended the service at Our Lady of Fletcher conferred the Sacrament the Lake Church in the morning of Confirmation on twenty-six with the pastor of St. John's, the children and three adults. Chap- Rev. Angelus Schaefer, O.F.M., lain Francis X. Murphy, U.S. Brother Dennis, O.F.M., also at- Army, a priest of the Diocese of tached to St. John's Parish and Little Rock, was celebrant of the Brother Ambrose of St. Raphael's Solemn High Mass. School in Pine Bluff. Present in the sanctuary besides Sponsors for the boys of the the Most Rev. Auxiliary Bishop Confirmation Class was,Neal Ben- was Very Rev. Msgr. Joseph A. nett of Pine Bluff. Sponsors for Murray, Rev. Edward N. Hinckley, the girls of the Class was Mrs. pastor, Roy. Shown Sheehan, Roy. Lake Village, the church, the rectory and the Sis ters' home face Lake Chicot and only the highway Kate Pierre, also of Pine Bluff. John T. Feeney, Roy. Francis X. separatesthe buildings from the lake bank. Sisters of Our Lady of the Lake Prendergast, Roy. Charles Stan- The smooth-running parish which boasts active organization under its pastor, Roy. Edward N. parish composed the choir for the owski, Roy. Angelus Schaeffer Hinckley, is (edicated to Our Blessed Mother, under the title, Our Lady of the Lake. service with Sister Generose as O.F.M. Father HinclCley, who has been pastor of the Church since 1934 built the above beautiful church organist. Four Sisters from St. The Sacrament of Confirmation in 1939. Mary's Hospital at Dermott were was administered to the following: C=::: :_:_:::::..::::: also present. ^n00ro. .,o,ao, It'mpr.ovemen-s Knishts otColumbus State::::::::::::::::::::::::: Council i Members of the Confirmation Eugene Grassi, Robert Mazzanti class were: Wilbert Watkins, Raymond Nicolini, Santo Olivi, Charles Albert Moon, Richard Leroy Ottremiri, Edward Streeter, [ At News .l Quitman' Oscar Dunbar' GeOrge Patti Scucchi, Jean Marie Alpe, |n Parish &- Lynch, zee Alfrynn Holmes, Magdalene Bariola, Patricia Balch, Glenna Mac Jones, Maizie Heath, Jacqueline Holmes, Lou Alice Martha Casali, Jeannette Cingo- -==::r=::r: Holmes, Rose Marie Holmes, Ruth lani, Josetta Catalani, Jo Ann Cingolani, RosFenaForte, Mary Lake Village By J. P. Reynolds  Watkins, Norvelle Williams and Josephine Forte, Carolyn Ann  Forte, Virginia Forte, Catherine This is the season of Advent, representing that long period of Helen Gross. ==: Mazzanti, Mary Dell Mazzanti, time preceding the first Christmas, when the chosen people of God, The best of all prayers is the Mary Ann Nicolini, Elizabeth Lake Village.--Many improve- looked eagerly forward to the coming of the Messiah.. The manner Olivt, Co:ella Reginelli, Anges moots have been made this fall in of His birth, the great events of His life and the purpose of His homage rendered by the creature Rocconi, Ben Warfield, Marjorie Our Lady of the Lake parish. Roy. coming, had all been prophesied long before, and yet when He came, to His Creator and our utter de- Stork and Niza Shaen. Edward N. Hinckley, pastor has the religious leaders of His time" who were familiar with the laws pendence on Him. announced. The interior of the and the prophecies, saw in Him, only the son of Joseph the carpenter. ::::::::::::::.:--::=::. Following the Confirmation ser- The truly humble, in the person ' " church has been newly painted Arkansas State vices an Italian dinner was served, and fluorescent lights have len :::=:::_-:_-===;:r==::-=----, of the lowly 'shepherd, and truly Upon the arrival of the Bishop Saturday evening, a delicious installed in the sanctuary adding a wise, in the person of the three : kings, recognized Him for what He Council beautiful blue tone and brilliancy TH|RD DI:GR I:1: CONII-$ was. banquet consisting entirely of to it. Syrian food was served to His l.xcellency, the Auxiliary Bishop The Sisters'househasalsobeen NEWS  The Anniversaryofthatgreat and the visiting clergy, renovated and repainted which day is coming; commercialized and ' gives much comfort and beauty to modernized so as to almost hide #' tM" Mnxines --Helped=Bulld School their living quarters. In the its true significance and yet pub- school, a new heating system is ACTIVITIES IN THE licized so extensively as to be al-' Honolulu. 00 St. Joseph's being installed, desks in all the STATE OF ARKANSAS most universary celebrated in _ School at Makawao, Maul, was chiss rooms have been worked some way. dedicated by the Very Rev. Rob- over and revarnished, new drink- ;====--=----:===--:--=::::-==-'--====:= This is a Splendid opportunity ert Schools, SS.CC., Vicar' Gen- ing fountains outdoors and indoors Council 812 oral of the Honolulu Diocese, be- have been added, and a sidewalk Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Hoyt, for the Knights to give to Christ- fore a large gathering of the faith' is being laid around the school. 710 East Ninth Street, are the mas its true meaning, and there ful. Among those who contribut- School Is BusY proud parents of another baby is time to organize your activities ed to the building of the new Our Lady of the Lake school boy, born at St. Vincent's, Nov. 23. along lines that will promote this Rv. Chas. Wolffer, C.S,Sp, school were men of the Fourth opened for the fall term on Sept. Congratulations Brother Lawrence idea. Make the Angelic message spJrltpa] director, Morrllton Division during their spare time' 1O with a satisfactory enrollnent, find wife. "Glory to God in the Highest and T.J.H.Arnold.Kenkel,preS.,sec,y.,N,BrinkleyLittle Rock Leo Hammer, treas.. Ft. Smith when they were here after the At present, theteachcrs and pdpils Mr. and Mrs. John A. Vogler, Peace on Earth to men of good c. .... will", your slogan. Look for the Albert Hiegel+ Ist v-pres., Conway" battle of Iwo Jima. are busy making preparations for 621 Cumberland Street, are the poor and the needy in your corn- P.G. O'Donnel, 2nd v-pres,, -'-:: the Christmas entertainment to be happy parents of their first baby, munity; you have them, for the Pocahontas Let us ask St. Andrew to help given on Dec. 14. The school ts a boy, born at St. Vincent's, Nov, poor you will always .have ith t! Nick Mindon, 3rd v-pres., Ft. Smith US to love the cross; not. to bear taught by the Benedictine Sisters 23.. Congratulations Brother' John you, and what You do good even ! Supreme ConventlOnin 1946 In Little Rock it, for bear it we must; not only of Fort Smith, Arkansas. Sisters ahd wife. for the least of them, will col:- Supreme Delegates: Bruno'L|enhart to bear it cheerfully, but to love stationed at Lake Village are: The next meeting of the Council tainly be in keeping with the true and fieo. H. Stelmel " it as He did. He loved it, because Sister Geraldine, Superior; Sisters will be Tuesday night, December spirit of Christmas. It is a re- Alternates:' Leo,Hammr and T..J. it united Him 'to His Divine Mas- Pauline, Annunciata, Generose, 4. The Council may be able to ligious feast, and as practical Ca- Arnold. ter. Joan, and Mar:ella. have exemplification of the First tholics, we should celebrate it as Degree in December in order to such. To achieve this end, we must  have those admitted to member- be truly humble like the shop- C.K, of A. Branch No. 79 in St. ship, that could not attend the herd, because too few ot us are Edward's parish, Little Rock held J. P. Hampton Frank Eberdt exemplification of our Degree truly wise. : its installation of newly elected ViH F nd d C work onNovember 11. This activ .... = officers. Installing officer being Lake age eed a See o. ity of course depends on the co- i operation of the members and the British Army Vicar Retires T.J. Arnold, state president. Newly elected president, Au- Garden & Field Seed  Feed & Fertilizer candidates to be initiated. London. (tC)Msgr. John Cogh- gust Probst, Jr., presided at the Baby Ohioks & Supplies --- PHONE 263 CatechetJcal l)ay Held lan has reached the statutory age meeting, which was unusually and has retired as Vicar General well attended, auguring well for Lake Village Arkansas At Catholic University for the British Army. His Sucres- the new regime, which intends to sor is Msgr. M. J. Clarke, Who re- hold regular monthly meetings Washington. (E)The Catholic cently served as Principal Cath- with entertainmehts, refreshments University unit of the Confrater- olic Chaplain at the War Office, and attendance prize. nity of Christian Doctrine held London. Monthly circles of members are its annual Catechetical Day exer- cises at the Shrine of the Im- maculate Conception, with a large County Clerk number of seminarians, Sisters, and lay students participating. The sermon was delivered by the Very Lake View Grocery James M. Deal ev Bernard E. Ransing, C.S.C., Superior of Holy Cross College. Staple  Fancy Announcement of the officers for the year was made by the Rev. Merchandise Lake Village Arkansas Joseph B. Collins, director, as fol- , lows: The Very Rev. Bernard E. Lake Village Arkansas Ransing, C.S.C., President; Sister Mary Enid, O.S.B., Sisters' Col- !logo, Vice-President; Louis Dunn, II I I Theological College, Secretary- Treasurer. Hollaway's Drug Store Uake Village H'D'W'E & Furn. Co. Lake Village, Arkansas Exc. DeaL Westinghouse Appliances Eudora Drug Store CITY DRY Complete Home Fumlshings Eudora, Arkansas PHONE 108 J I IIII II IIII ,, ,, , " CLEANERS PINKUS BROS. Jo Deere Quality Farm Equipment G.M.C. Trucks - U.S. Ta'es ' Lake Village, Dermott Hot Point Home App. & Accessories and Eudora Lake Village, Arkansas Rocconi Implement Company ' Arkansas  Office Phone 227 Residence Phone 217 Lake Village, Arkansas Arkansas Delta Cotton Co. Lake V;llage, Arkansas Frank' Hudson THE FRIENDLY STORE Lake Village, Ju'lrJus Lake Village, Arkansas | St. John the Baptist Church -00SONAI or 8end 8oeJ West See Rock.--Mr. of 221 eli ,arents of a Novemb Infirmary. former Juan Mr. and ] Rock. St. John the Baptist Church in Lake Village is for the parish there with Roy. Angelus Schaefer, O.F.M., neat church was remodeled from an old store finished with imitation brick siding. It was 1944, in time for the first Mass on Easter Sunday. J.W Ohio, is vis Roy. Msgr. He of Our Chur receive the U.S. Ar: months , being appointed to prepare the en- tertainment. Mrsr. Leo J. Byrne and Albert J. Hepp are the rec- ording secretary and financial secretary-treasurer, respectively. Mr. August0Probst, Jr., is also National president of the Barber Beauty Supply Dealers Institute with headquarters in New York ity and will preside at its com- ing meeting in St. Louis, Me. Dec. 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. Raymond Minden reporter for Charleston C.K. of A. Branch No. 999, reports the installation of branch officers by Mr. Nick Min- den of Ft. Smith, Third state vice- president and also district chair. man, Mr. John T. Adams, re-elect- ed for 15th consecutive term pre- sided. John Vorster, Paris, local organizer reported one new adult and three new juvenile members for the branch. The ROy. W. J. Kordsmeier, spiritual director of Jonesboro, C.K. of A. Branch No. 1172 has been appointed Pastor of St. Win- and's Church, McGehee. He had just finished his 20th year as pas- tor of Blessed Sacrament Church, Jonesboro. Says Marianist Bros. In Japan Ate Bark Honolulu. (IO--Food shortage actually forced Marianist Broth- ers at Gora, Honshu, to eat bark off the trees, according to the Rev. Harold J. Dean, chaplain with the 27th Division, who !Brothers in company Apostolic Delegate to J I bishop Paolo MareUa. ors "looled very gry," Father Dean Companion of Little London. Hugo, who in her a companion of St. Lisieux, has died in Channel Islands. oF ll CHu,C Sam Wall "" IN' ,oc$a - S' A. Mansoure::00 r , The Store That Sells The Same For Less Money ' eater .Lake Vflla8e " Sunday at th 7, 9, 10 an, Chapel Ma o'clock. . ". : =. i there will 1 i 01" of Our Lad Congratulations To  Medal follm  of the Most The Entire Membership l.beginntng at " _ .lhonorl of St. Lake Village Lumber Coml0000gg00 / tds nd from 7:31 Holy Soul _ afterno Lakeshore Motor Co. Cathedral Tuesday Your FORD Dealer other nil We Lake Village by Mass EPSTEIN'S Lake Village Sam Forte & Company Staple and Fancy Groceries Confectioneries Flour and Country Produce PHONE 8 Ldce Village We ha Chrt alL Compliments of B. J. RANKIN .. Lake Village Arkansas BANK OF LAKE Chaty direct Wa the $ Compliments of The Chicot Spectator Delta Lumbm- Co. Telephone 275 "The County Paper" II Lumber and Building Mal'iab  I [,ester W. 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