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Rock.--Mr. and Mrs. of 221 Olive, Park parents of a daughter day, November 22 at Infirmary. Mrs. En- former Juanita Baer, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rock. J. Wernke of Ohio, is visiting his Rev. Msgr. Herman H. of Our Lady of Church[ Mr. z, eceive his dis- the U.S. Army after months overseas• He was with the Ninth Division Infantry under General Omar N. Bradley• He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wernke of Cincin- nati, ,... , **** o+., , ** *** *** , * Accountant * Wishes part time accounting * * work. Payroll and Tax pap- * * ers prepared. Phone 2-1654 * ******* ********** WANTED.---Small Sets of Books to keep on part-time basis. Ser- vice includes all tax returns. Tele- phone 4-0097, Evenings 4-4539. .u+ E Ihle.Know, Fact, for Catkolrcs Greater Little Rock Activities at the Cathe- 7, 9, 10 and 11:00. Chapel Masses are o'clock. there will be a No- of Our Lady of the Medal followed by of the Most Blessed at 7:30 p.m. honor of St. Teresa, lower, on Wednesday lowing the 7 and 8 e are heard at the Very Saturday from and from 7:30 to 8:80 d t Holy Souls' Chap-, ay afternoon from r "Inquiry Class" will ly other night dur- t (except Wednesday ghts) by appoint- Masses, 5:30, 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. All chil- !dren of St. Edward's School are expected to receive Holy Com- munion in the 8:30 Mass, Evening devotions at 7:30. Weekday services: Daily Mas- ses at 6:30 and 8:00 a.m. Novena of Our Lady of Per- petual Help Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., folloowed by a social conducted by Circle No. 12. The members are: Mrs. Thomas Gaisbauer, Chairman; Mrs. Rosine Balbat, Lawrence Beck, Mrs. V. Beckman, J. A. Benetz, Leo J. Byrne, Mrs. Roy Crawford, Mrs. Ira Cupples, Quinten DeClerk. Os- car Deubler, J. M. Finley, Anna Fuchs, W. A. Gerke, J. M. Hampel, Mrs. Alma Hanggi, Louis Hart, Sr., Mrs. Barbara Helm, L. A. (Jack) Irvin, Dave Knesal, Jr., George Kokal, Edward Lipsmeyer, Paul Puette, Peter Measler, Joseph Mikos, Mike Denosky, Mike Min- ning, Emelda Neuman, Mrs. Ada Pierron, Theodore Probst, Win. Rohlman, Engelbert Sauter, Mrs. Mary Snyder, Frank Strobel, Mrs. Gilbert Tapp, Athalee Walrod, ,John Wirges, Mrs. Agnes Weny, Valentine Zakrzewsky. Saturday, Dec. 8, is the Feast of Morgan- Lindsey Store "Store of Courtesy" Arkansas / f I Visits Chaplain Francis X. Murphy Chaplain (Captain) Francis X. Murphy of the Diocese of Little Rock, now stationed at Camp Livingston, La., was the cele- brant of the Solemn High Mass at Our Lady of the Lake Church at Lake Village last Sunday when His Excellency, the Most Reveend Auxiliazy Bishop con- firmed a class of twenty-nine. Father Murphy spent a year as Chaplain in the Southwest Pacific islands of New Guinea in 1943. He was attached to the group invading Woodlark Is- land and later he built a chapel on that island. Formerly pastor of Foreman and DeQueen, he was released by the Most Reverend Bishop in April, 1942, to join the U.S. Army Chaplains Corps. He graduated from St. John's Home Missions Seminary in Little Rock and was ordained in 1938. the Immaculate Conception, a holi- day of obligation for Catholics. The Masses will be at 5:30, 7:00. 8:30 and ll:00 a.m. Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament after the High Mass at 11:00. Good Counsel The members of the Good Coun- sel Altar Society will receive Holy :Communion on Sunday, December 3, at the 7:00 o'clock Mass. The Good Counsel Altar Soci- ety will meet Friday afternoon, December 7, in Good Counsel Hall at 2:00 o'clock• All members are urged to attend• The annual Christmas Social will be held, af- ter the meeting• Friday, December 7, the First Friday• The children will receive Holy Communion at the 8:30 o'clock Mass. Confessions will be: heard Thursday from 4 to 8, 7:00 to 8:30 o'clock• Feast of the Immaculate Conception Saturday, December 8th, The Feast of the Immaculate Concep-i tion, A Holy-Day of obligation. Masses will be at 6:00, 7:30 and  9:00 o'clock, with the devotion to Our Blessed Mother and Benedic-  tion after the 9:00 o'clock Mass. The Gee Club will be in chai'ge of the weekly social this Friday night, November 30th, at 8:15 o'clock. The GeeCee Club will present a Comedy, "Have A Heart" on i Sunday evening, December 9th, at 8:00 o'clock in Good Counsel Hall. The St. Anthony Sodality will meet Thursday night, December 7, in Good Counsel Hall at 8:00 o'clock. Novena in honor of St. Anthony every Tuesday morning after the 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 o'clock Mass. Eucharistic and Little Flower Novena is held every Friday night at 7:30. Masses on Sundays, at 7:00, 9:00 and 10:30. St. Patrlck"s-- North IAttle Roek Masses Sunday at 7, 0 and 11 o'clock. Confessions Saturday af- ternoon from 4 until 5 o'clock and before the 7 and 9 o'clock Masses Sunday. Devotions Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Sunday is Communion day for member of the Altar Society. The Catholic High School col- lection will be taken up at all the Masses Sunday• Masses for the Feast of the Im- maculate Conception, December 8, will be at 6, 7 and 7:30 o'clock. Benediction will follow the 8:30 o'clock Mass. Confessions will be / THE GUARDIAN; NOVEMBER 30, 194-5 I I II IAnnual Mission Rally Is Held A! Sem!nary Crusade Unit T e R . tony Lac ow y, men of the Country Club Statmn C.S.Sp., pastor of St. Joseph s PAGE.THREE St. Luke's Ch00ch, Warren::::00 :! and the unhesitating cooperation of 'Church in Conway, Arkansas, will a great number of students wi be the principal speaker at the an- the firemen saved the seminary nual mission rally being conducted lawns and garages from an on by the officers of the Msgr. Aretz sweeping grass fire which threat- Crusade Unit. Father Lachowsky ened to destroy the seminary land- is well known by the members of scaping on Saturday, November the student body and had occasion 24th. Messers. J. Reynolds, J. to speak to the students at Rural Bauer, McSweeney, Abele and Life Conference, recently held at Foster were among the first to as- the seminary• Father Lachow- sist the firemen in controlling the sky's talk will deal with the mis- fire which broke out just as the sionary problems in Arkansas• students were leaving the dining The mission rally began this halls after the noon meal. morning with a Solemn High Mass -- in the major seminary chapel and Food Collection will close on Sunday evening, De- Mr. Joseph P. Abele, Theology I, cember 2rid, aftet a day of recol- is organizing a student committee lection and prayer for the mis- for the collection of canned goods sions, with Solemn Benediction of from the student body: in connec- the Most Blessed Sacrament• Mr. tion with the national NCWC Leo A. Reidmueller. president of campaign on behalf of the needy the Crusade Unit, will act as chair- in Europe• The Rev. Patrick M. man at all the discussions during Lynch is the diocesan chairman. the rally. This evening Father ---- Lachowsky will address the stu- Requiem dents in the seminary auditorium Mcssers, O'Dwyer, Reidmueller. and will conduct an open forum Quigley and the Rev. Mr. Ender- after his talk. A motion picture lin, representing the various clas- entitled, "The Dragon and the ses in the major seminary, attend- Cross" portraying missionary ac- ed the funeral services for the tivity in China will be shown to mother of George Freyaldenhoven, the students. Theology II, on Saturday, Novem- On Saturday evening at eight ber 24th. o'clock another discussion will be On Monday morning, November conducted. Mr. Raymond LaVelle 26th, Msgr. O'Connell sang a O'Dwyer, a third theologian, will Missa Cantata in the seminary deliver an address on "The Mis- cimpel for the repose of the soul sionary Progress in the Diocese of of Mrs. Freyaldenhoven. Little Rock." Mr. O'Dwyer is a The seventh anniversary Mass native of Texarkana and is study- was sung for the respose of the ing for the diocese of Little Rock. soul of Mrs. John C. O'Dwyer on Mr. Robert Foster, Theology III, Tuesday morning, November 27th. will discuss the "Mexican Missions Mr. Raymond L. O'Dwyer was in Grand Island." Mr. Foster is Master of Ceremonies. studying for his native diocese, ::: Grand Island. The Rt Very Msgr. Catholic Member Of James E. O'Connell will deliver the closing address• Following Parliament Protests these discussions on the home mis- sions the students will be served Mass Deportations Dublin street, his passing merited refreshments in the recreation London. {IC)--Renewed protest only a few lines of agate type room. against thc "villainy" of mass de- tucked away in a newspaper. The remailing committee at- portations of people from Central ranged a very elaborate mission Europe into Eastern Germany has One'of 12 children born in 1856 exhibit for the mission rally, arisen in the House of Commons, in a poor family, he left school at Prominent in the exhibit is a very led by Richard R. Stokes, Cath- lhe age of 12 and went to work as colorful map of Arkansas on olic Labor member• a messenger for a wine merchant. which is designated all of the par- Rec i " " " ishes and the missions in the dio- tions ap tuloaoteg dhisx;aflJr oqe.- drinkHe thUSanddevelopedat the agetheof 14habitwas Of a cese. Nearly every Catholic news ....... P Y  . ":'. drunkard, Father McCarthy relat- vv,vuv ermans zrom e'omno, led So strong was the hold of paper and magazine is included in Czechosolavakia and Hungary Mr t dr: - -" P" " • ' " InK on nlm tna on one occasion the display and the various mis- Stokes said that he had raised the I h e -ave the shoes off his feet in ionary publications have a con- question three timesand still the s ..... paymen rot a armK spxcuous place in the exhibit Government had no information t " . ^" ..... which takes up nearly a quarter on the subject "What are Hi. At the age ot zo, amer lvc- , + • ..... , of the recreation room. Members je y ep e entatives doing of the remailing committee who Ma st s r r s Carthy related, Matt Talbot went arranged the exhibit are: Messrs. overseas?" he asked, to his mother and told her he had John O'Rourke, lresident, Walter Mr. Stokes, who received con- rosolved to give up drinki,g. Ills progress was slow and the tempta- Phelan, Secretary, and William siderable support, said he recog- i tio n to drink persisted, but he re- Beck, treasurer, nized that there can be no perm- __ anent peace without cooperation solved not to touch liquor fr the Change In Ceremonies with Soviet Russia but that there rest of his life and he found solace Four new masters of ceremonies cannot be cooperation on a one- and strength in daily Holy Corn- have been appointed to direct the way track. Russia is losing good reunion. ceremonies in the major seminary will in this country because of her chapel. The new masters are rep-present attitude, he added. resentatives of the various classes. Miss Rathbone, leading member In second Philosophy, Mr. John of the Labor Party, a non-Catholic, Quigley is the master. Mr. James Workers Urged To Accept Matt Talbot As Model By Editor On Catholic Hour Radio Program New York. (IC)--The story of Matt Talbot is inspiring and the more it is known the more good it will do," the Rev. Dr. Thomas J. Mc- Carthy, editor of Tbe Tidings, Los Angeles archdioceson newspaper, said in an address this evening on the Catholic Hour radio program, produced by the National Council of Catholic Men and broadcast by the National Broadcasting Company. "The story of Matt Talbot has significance for two reasons," Fa- ther McCarthy said. "First, an America that is discouraged and disheartened at its failure to con- trol its habit of drink can learn much from him, and secondly Matt Talbot is needed desperately as a symbol by workingmen not only in America but throughout the world." The address conclud- ed a series by Father McCarthy on "Saints For The Times." He related that thousands the world over are praying for the canonization of Matt Talbot and recalled that 20 years ago when Talbot was picked up dead in a Boyle will direct the first Theo- logians. The second Theologians will be under the direction of Mr. John Mitchell and third Theolo- gians will be directed by Mr. Ralph Bauer. The Rev. Mr. Fxan- cis Janesko remains as Master of Ceremonies for the entire com- munity. The new masters have the responsibility was among those supporting Mr. Stokes. She asked the Govern- ment to make the "strongest pos- sible representations to the gov- ernments of Hungary, Czecho- :slovakia, Poland and Russia to stop these deportations, or ex- pulsions, or whatever you call them, now. It is no use saying that Russia does not influence the of rehearing situation." FRAZER'S Funeral Home Ambulance Service J. B. Frazer PHONE 503 Warren Arkansas For 43 years, Father McCarthy said, Matt+ Talbot's daily routine involved arising each morning at 2 a.m. after only three or four hours sleep on a plank bed with a wooden plow; praying for two hours and then going to 5:30 Mas and Communion. He would re- turn home for a small breakfast, then go off to his daily wcrk in .'he lumber yards• Never late and never lazy, Father McCarthy re- lated, Matt Talbot made his daily work his prayer. "In America," Father McCarthy said in conclusion, "we have lost that notion of work as prayer and we are the poorer for having lost it. We have forgotten that work, all work, has a dignity and that men must see in their daily tasks, no matter how menial, how governed by routine, wonderful opportunities for improving the spiritual progress. If the Ameri- can workman will take Matt Tal- bot as his model he can enrich his life immeasurably. This is not to say that he must be meek to the point of tolerating injustice and taking no steps to remedy it. Matt Talbot, for all his subdued ways, went out on strike from the lumber yards when the strike was called... If the 20th century wants on image of the common man, let it look to Matt Talbot." Death is God's greatest gift, it is the only entrance into peace and safety. I J Merchants and Planters Bank Since 1890 Member F.D.I.C. I Hurley Hardware and Furniture Company Warren Arkansas their class mates prior to all of the ceremonies. Grass Fire The quick response of the fire- heard Friday afternoon from 4 until 5 o'clock. Novena prayers for the Feast of the Immacttlate Conception will be said after the daily Masses. Instructions in the rectory at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. Compliments of Bob Parrish Circuit Clerk We have won the War. And in the winning of the Peace, the preserva- 'n of Christianity all over the world is now a solemn obligation incumbent In this final work of winning the Peam, the great virtues of Faith, Hope M Charity must be augmented by prayer that the Light of Divine Wisdom dlrect the deliberations of rulers and leaders of all people toward the erhood of Man undler the Fatherhood of God. McCASKILL C. W. Hankins & Sons, Inc. 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