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I, b [ 6 NSRTlt I.iI"rLE ROCK Bann. The negative stile won, a]- Wednesday night the ladies of the .U ........... .,v--.. I though both shies were well worked parish working for the doll and the I , ---- "[ up mM were equally rewarded, fancy booths. I SI. Patrick's Parish Notes I On Friday afternoon the first-team Hortense Louise Zanone, infant Sunday Masses at 8 and l0 o'clock, grammar grade boys tied with the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Louis Za- ' Weekday Mass 'at 7 o'clock. Sun(lay evenings at 7:45--Rosary and Bened ictimi. First Friday--Mass at 8 o'clock, with Sucre(1 Heart Devotions in_ the evening at 7:45. Confession hours on Sat'ui'days and the eves of 'all holydays and First i I second-team boys in their last football battle of the season. I Reporters for this month were se- lected as follows: The Guardian, Frances Quinn; The qexarkanian, Elizabeth Thomas; Four States Press, Josephine Murray. The first week in December l. Fridays : 4 to 6 and 7:30 p.m. Golden Jubilee Week in Texarkana. Ifiqnuiry class on Monday evenings The whole populace are striving to at 7:45, for those interested in Ca(h- make it well worth while. Each day olic doctrine and practices, in the week is set aside for separate Cypress and East eSventh street, i festivities. There will be Governors Rectory phone: 4-5075. I Day, American Legion Day, and Tex- Last Monday night the St. Joseph's arkmm Day, and also many parades. Guild put over their annual bazaar I with great cheer and :ginancial sac-, J,0N0R0 tess. These good women of St. Pat-' rick's left nothing undone to satisfy I Bazaar their friends, who came to them n The ladies of St. Roman's Parent- Teachers' Association have all the large numbers, plans finished for their bazaar, which MIA opened on Ihanksgiving Day with a Thanksgiving turkey dinner. This bazaar is in the form of a car- Who, Where, When Mrs. W. F. McMillan and daughter, nival and bazaar combination. The booths are all carried out in the form Mrs. Williams, who for the past two years .have been residing at Corpufi f weather forecasts. The following are some of'them: "Fresh and Bree- Christi and other Texas points, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.' zy," "Changeable," "Intense Heat,". "Continued Cold," "Showers," "Sun- John McMillan, on Magnolia Ave. beams," "Cloudy, Brighter Later," Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fried chaperon- "Fog," "Disturbances in the Interior," ed a party of young folks on an out-I,,Weathe r Bureau," "Freezing," and "ing to Rich Mountain, Sunday, and "l)ry." There will be a pppular ft)rm- made the ascent to the top of Mt.i er contest, the prize being a very fine [ Menu. plow. Dinner will be served on Louis Robert was in Ft. Smith re-]Thanksgiving clay,, the booths will be cently, attending the Farrar concert open all day and evening, free prizes while there. [will be given at the door every af- G[ ARDIAN, DECEMBER 8, 1923. I The officers elected are as foll(,ws: which will be on Christmas zone, of Memphis, was baptized last Suflday. Sponsors were Miss Corne- lia Gatz, of Jonesboro, and Enrico i Zanone, of Memphis. Official Notes Rev. Victor Wagner, C. PP. S., hay- Regular Meeting Little Rock Council No. 812 held its 'regular monthly meeting last Tuesday 'night at the Club rooms, 609 Scott "St., at eight ()'clock. One of the larg- est number of members recorded in 'sometime attended the meeting and 'were given a real treat. The mem- 'bers were entertained, by Brother Bil- ['ly Mitchell and his youngsters from the Little Rock Boys Club, and were given a variety of boxing ,wrestling, and tumbling never before seen in this Council, and possibly few people of Little Rock realize what a great ing finished a mission at Osceola on last Sunday night, visited with his uncle in Truman on Monday, and 'spent the evening in Jonesboro. en- route to his Motherhouse at Catha- gena, O. , . Brothers Anthony, Xavier, and Gregory, brothers of the Third Order of S. Francis, who are conducting the Boys' Proteetory at ArmStrong Springs, stopped at the rectory last Friday night on their way to the Springs. They had autoed through in Ford cars. ]work the Club has been doing for the ] betterment of the young boy of Little OSCEOLA Rock. The entertainment consisted from boxing of two youngsters, seven Successful Mission years old, to wrestling of two men. It nmy interest you and the read- We might say that the boxing of tlle ers o The Guardian to hear again of two youngsters was the most enter- the doings of this little parish. Thro' taining, because it appeared that the the thoughtfulness of our beloved recent Dempsey Firpo bout had noth- ing o'n this one. This bout had plen- ty of action and thrills. The wrestling match also was a hair raising affair; the climax of the affair occurred when our favorite threw his opponent over his head and laid him out for five minutes. It was a real loop to pastor, Rev. O. P. Butterbach, we had the happiness of attending a Mission here given by two Rev. Fathers of the Order of the Precious Blood from Ohio .The services commenced Sunday November 18, continuing until Sunday evening the twenty-fifth inst. The Mission was well attended and on loop affair and an airplane had noth- the last evening the church was fill- ing on this. Another point we wish ed to an overflowing capacity. The to make mention of, ten minutes be- sermons (luring the entire week were lore the entertainment we found that just what we needed among our prof we had gotten some tumbling mats estant friends. We heard the oft- instead of the wrestling and boxing time repeated remark, "that was the a real feed, so-called a Dutch Lunch.., Transfersc to Other Council I Brother James H. Power was granted a transfer to Seville Council Nol 93 of Brockton, Mass. Bro. Pow- er has been a student at Little Rock College for the past three years and I was granted a transfer to his home town Council at Brockton, Mass. 1' Applications for Membership [ This Council hopes to put on a large I class sometime after the first of the year. Brother M. Cook D'Argonne of North Little Rock, and a member of the faculty of Little Rock College is leading the field in securing applica- tions for membership. Every mere, bert is requested to get at least one member for this next class. If you are a prospect and have not time yourself, inform the secretary and he will gladly call around and see him. Three Priests With Us We had three priests with us at the regular meeting. Rev. H. H. Wernke, of Our Lady of Good Council, Rev. John A. ']/laherty of Little Rock Col- lege, and Rev. James P. Moran. We had the honor of having the Rt. Rev. i Monsignor'W. H. Aretz and Rev. Fa -* (her Peoples of St. John's Seminary, 1 visit the Club Rooms during tbe Week. t ,We are .always glad for the clergy of Little Rock to drop around to the club rooms and make themselves at home.' days, so shall thy death be." Their merit: Boxing, Henry Tisdale and R. very con- Johnston, at the small [L Edmond Hill and Byrtle astonishment regatmn, and thmr good attendance g " " I Ramsey; Allen Morrison and Henry d during the services were often corn .... I Haney; Henry Dgby and Clyde Muse, mended, also the neatness of the l .......... enton ooers and viaurce Jays. mch of the beauty of the new rec- ch ' ,  . . . r IThe wrestlers were Roger Chestnut( tory, and the devotion and zeal oI ou[  ,, ,,astor to us and us to him land LI DeClare, with L. DeClare win-, v , nmg We wsh to thank these mem I This work of erecting tle rectory)' ' ' "' and renovating the church outside and bers of the Boys Club and also Billy inside, has been under the auspices of Mitchell for this fine entertainment. the Altar Society, with Mrs. G. R. After the matches every one enjoye- Spiritual Director, Very Rev. H. J. Goebel, C. S. Sp. President, Rookie DeSalve. Vice President, Frank l)eSalve. Secretary, Joe L. DeSah'e. Treasurer, Toney DeSalve. Escort, R. A. Paladine. Guard, Carmie DeSalve. Trustee, 1 year, Toney Andrews. Trustee 2 years, Frank J. Paladine. Trustee 3 years, Peter I)eSalve. These officers were duly installed, and St. Joseph Branch No. 1135 C. K. of A. was declared legally insti- tuted by Organizer Jos. H. DeClerk. I At 10:30 Mass was celebrated in the little church on the mountain, or known as Catholic point, and after Mass Benediction with the Blessed Sacrament. Then the visiting knights W. J. Gallagher came in from the ternoon and night. The Pitt & Sta- road for a visit with the homefolks, ples music house will render beautiful most touching appeal to sinners I mats; the secretary got Healy and before leaving for New Orleans to program of real reproductions of all ever heard." On the last evening one Ruth on the wire, an(1 they pressed complete his fall trip. the famous pitmists on their wonder-[fel t that heaven had crowned our el- their speed wagon into action and we Misses Annie and Josie Greiner, of ful electric reproducing piano every forts whm we were given the Papal had the big mat up here before the E1 Paso, Ill., are visiting at the home afternoon and evening. Lunches willl Blessing and allowed to renew our meeting was over. We take this up- of their brother, F. J. Greiner, owner be served every day at noon and again Baptismal vows. Truly Holy Mother portunity to thank Bro. John Healy is in the evening. All kinds of homelChurch doeth all things well for herlfor this great favor, for, if it were of the Golden Rule Farm. This i cooked food, including home raadel children. One admonition, Keep holy not for his assistance we could not of their first visit to the highlands of! bread and rolls will be on sale at the the Sabbath Day" took deep root in had the entertainment. Arkansas, and coming from a prairie llntens e Heat and Continued Cold our hearts, for the Rev. Ft. added the The following are the iames of the country, the young ladies find Polk booths. The astrologer will tell your ohl saying: "As you siend your Sun- boys that furnished the entertain- county very interesting. ! fortune by the stars, at the "Weather Miss Mari Fletcher, whp has been Bureau." attenkhng school at St. Anne's Acade- On Friday afternoon a beautiful my, Ft. Smith, came home to spend card party will be given, Mrs. Frank Thanksgiving with her parents, Dr. Williams and Mrs. James Hopkins and Mrs. T. M. Fletcher. will be hostesses. Beautiful prizes The Dramatic Club of St. Joseph's will be given for rook and .bridge. Academy presented a very clever and Saturday afternoon is the big day for amusing, comedy the Tuesday evening the kiddies and Saturday night there before Thanksgiving, entitled "Bash- will be special prizes given at the ful Mr. Bobbs." The parts were all door. All kinds of lovely fancy work, well handled and the play pleased the aprons, dolls, handkerchiefs and home large audience present, mde. dandy will be on sale. ! Brickey as leader. The total cost of - Philip and Joe Connell spent EduCational Week ]the work has been in the thousands, While it was impossib'le for the pc-land our Protestant friends contribut- tendedThanksgivingthe "Arkansas-Oklahomain Ft. Smith andfoot.at- rochiai school to follow out in detaiI led no little amount' to this collection. the program of Educational Week as lThe windows of the church are Me- ball game while there, outlined 'by the N. C. W. C., fievert'he- mortal windows of art glass and corn- Sister Raphael and Sister Antonia less on Wednesday night of that week memorate th'e first members of St. ent the ThanZsgiving holidays at the children of the seventh and eighthi Matthew's church. All of this has sp. Smith and Sister Imelda, of St. grades presented an educational en-lbeen accomplished within two years, Anne's was a guest at S. J. A., Menu, tertainment for the parish. The chiN] and our mmbership constitutes "wen- (luring that time. dren tried to include in their program ty adults nd a dozen 'children. Parr some of the suggestions offered by ticularly commemmorative of our ! Gov. McRae in his proclamation of work is the fact that our beloved'pas- T :]A educational week. Much credit and'tor approves of all we have done. We [ praise is due Sisters Cecilia, and Fe-' only await the coming of the Rt. Rev. . licitas, O. S. B., for the success of the Bishop to see if our work for the Mas- Providence Academy Notes evening's entertainment. I ter meets his" well done." May God The pupils of the seventh and, Taking part were the boys and girls bless the beloved missionaries who eighth grades gave a very interesting t of the school, with special parts by have so zealously contributed to our program on last. Wednesday after- Lenita,Stack, Donald Murray, Agnes" spiritual advancement, and may hear- no(in. After ' recitations were given Gognai, Edna Cloyd, Chas. Willett, en bless their efforts in our,,midst is by Mary Brannan, Mary Lansdale, Richard Falk, Richard Mason, Wm. the prayer of St. Matthew's parish. ..Teresa Urban, Ruth Stewart and Wil- Mathias. lella Mackley ,the play "Father St. Cecilia Day Time's Reception," was given. Michael ] The feast of St. Cecilia was ob- FORT SlTIt Galvin personified Father Time. The l served in the morning with a High ...... -,,..na-, Itosital other characters were as follows: t Mass, at which the greater majority t. Eawarns,;---  ,..- ..... ld' Spring, Teresa Urban; Summer, Mary  the children received Holy Corn- theMi:is::etn'g:thIe::wmSt t;'d- ckle union [he Mass was stud accord Brannan; Autumn, Willella Ma y; " " ' " " ........... --:al Winter, Margaret Bann; January, mg to the intention of the St. Ro-'wardsTMu::dY a nP::b2;l;a t Anna ' Murray; February, James roans choir, and that of Sister Ce- room Y, ....... Moore; March, Ivy Picard; Aprii,!:h:,olO.and S. B r tsuperioress of the 3t2 e. ,sid:tnht, M:SlheChch:l:r: lAtere:h e ...... r Lawvnee " ' he advancement of P ." n Anearn ma e " pun , Y, utes of the revmus , ,  ". .  ,; , , ,musical interests in the parish under .interesting rain P aonnson; oune marle erolno; :JUly, I St ' " " - . Cecilia s intercession Extra recre meeting were read by Mrs. Walker Margaret Bann; August, Teresa Ur- ation was enjoyed by the children in Halliburton, the treasurer, Mrs. P. ban; September, Anna Murray; Octo- the afternoon. Sister Cecilia was the O'Shea, and the house committee, probability. Mr. Albert Senior is under tor's care, an(I so for the he was absent from (lay. I Miss Roche s Margaret to the Sunday C I which will hohl smwices' on at the church. The Rosary cited, etc., and it is who can come will do so. ing the new year, the class will take instructionS. Miss Mary Albert is great success with the ch0ir is appreciated by the entire gallon, as well, as by the The expediency of a place about next July or gone over, and it seems over 75 in number, who had come to well to go ahead with the witness the ceremonies, came from igestions with regard to the nearby branches, Little Rock, thankfully received. Branch No. 79, Morrilton, Branch No.] The new R. R. Station 993, Conway, Branch No. 99,1, St. I progress, and it should Vincent Branch No. 1002, and At- t tional prosperity for the t 0' kins, Branch No. 1030, were taken td the homes of the parishioners, and[GOI)LESS EDUCATION were treated to a real Italian dinner. CRITICIZED BY At 2 p. m. all came to the school EPISCOPAb house to attend the Solemn Initiation under the auspices of St. Edward's Branch No. 79 Degree Team, everyone enjoying the work. Invitation was extended to return soon for another ]nitiation, and especially for the dedi- cation of the new church, which will be built in the near future: Needless to say the Invitation was accepted. St. Andrews Branch No. 9(.)4, Con- way, sent in one application for mem- bership the past week. St. Adelphia BranchNo. 102, Fort Smith, also received one application the last meeting. St. Anthony Branch No. 1130 also (By N, C. W. C. News Washington, Nov. has come for "definite church" to combat clared the Rev. James S. D., archdeacon of the ces@ of southern Virgifita, a mass meeting last Episcopal Church of the which was a part of the the seventh synod of the Washington. Secular said, is all very well, but permeating value" unless ligious training as well. wrote one application for membership Archdeacon Russell last weel.:, ions instruction should be One application for membershil increasing the number of was made for St. Edwards Branch No. schools of the church, sine 9 .. Little Rock, this week. educatkm is debarred fro Mr. R. Riley and P. A. Riley of lic schools." He said the Minneapolis, have been in IAttle Rock i ligious training is als0 Th ' in the interest of the C. K. of A. ey  higher institutions of interviewed the C. K. of A. members people returning home who still have the old plan of Certifi- with unsettled religious cares, showing them the difference!infrequently as infidels. between the old plan and the Legal Surprising Reserve Certificates. and making Citing as an instance transfers. Ninety-five per cent of the series of questions ire '70 members living in Little Rock,[students at a junior high holding the old plan certificates have West Virginia, transferred to the Legal Reserve plan,! pointed to what he which is up to date. The Benefits pro- prising ignorance of vided by the Legal Reserve Certifi-'.facts relating to cates are: Death Benefit, Paid-up In- young people of todaY, surances; Extended Insurance; loans dents who were for Payments of Assessments; Disc- various religious truthS, places prominent in bility Benefits; Old Age Cash Surren" I butl der Benefit. 7 per cent could The Messrs. Riley will visit every, of the Old Testament, . . tl member in the State within the nex per cent could name five month in order to give every member I New Testament. But 9 hohling the old plan Certificates an who spoke the Beatitudes opportunity to make the transfer to hquote one of them. Th' the Legal Reserve Certificates. There -Now I lay me down to are"a good number of our members lthe Lord's Prayer, the holding the old plan that have only with a well-known mk $2o0, $500 or $1,000 Certificates, and bi, 'and Carmel with a are perhaps in need of additional Pro- dy. He said such an ins -tion? Your Certificate obtained sized the great need years ago may have at that time been training, and also another ample protection. The dollar of today does not have its former purchasing power, on account of the increase in prices. Should you happen to die, is your family amply protected? If not, increase your protection. Your atten- tion is called to the fact that now you can obtain in the C. K. of A. a I Certificate for as much as $3,000. I This can be had on either plan: The paid-up after 20 years' plan; or the I ordinary whole life plan. Branch dues cost no more for a $3,000 Certificate than for a smaller one. Free Medical Examination, and application can be made at time of transferring to the Legal Reserve plan. During the month of December brancheswill elect their officers; and every member should make a special effort to attend their branch meeting and help select the best members for officers, for the growth and success of the Order depends upon a measure fact--the lack of struction "at the Through religious er told his hearers, women are made better better men and women, who s principal of St. and Industrial School Vs., said that made the basis of which has an though he spoke on th ligious education amOn being archdeacon in work for southern sell made the maJ tions as applicatile to The Rev. William D., executive secretarY, religious education council of the church, ""Youth Movement," people now are standards of recreatio her, Ivy Picard; November, Ma(leline Smith; December, Joseph Murray; St. Valentine Day, Ruth Stewart; St. Patrick's Day, Mary Mopre and Vir- ginia Galvin;; Fourth of July, Andrew Wolk; Thanksgiving Day,, Edward Smith. The participants in this lovely recipient of many remembrances from her classes, and the class of last year and the School Girls' Club, the school children at Weiner sent her a floral offering, with a spiritual bouquet and letters of good wishes. Personals little program are o be highly corn- Miss Pauline Bartley, of Pine Dluff, mended for their acting as well as visited at the home of her brother, S. their generosity in donating the pro- J. Bartley, while on her way to Jack- ceeds toward the decoration of their sonville, Ill. class room. 1 C.E. Joyce of Fort Smith was a On Wednesday evening the pupils of caller here last week. the eleventh grade English class gave Lonnie Jones, manager of the Jone a debate which aroused much interest' Bros. Shoe Store at Pine Bluff, stop-t and enthusiasm. The point at ssue Mrs. Frances Busten and Mrs. Mike Next Meeting of enthusiasm and zeal displayed by ' m as well as all members, traits Smith) had made their reports, the t The next regular meeting of Little the , attention of all present was called to the Guild Sale, which will be held, as Rock Council will be held December we sincerely trust are possessed by usual, in the Sterling Drug Store 18, Tuesday night at eight o'clock at  all members. Thursday and Fridayi December 6-7, the club rooms, 609 Scott St. All KNOB 1923, for the benefit of St. dwards members are urged to attend. BALD hospital. Donations- Of articles suit- able for Christmas gifts or money t Co K. OF Ao NOTES will be appreciated. When,.later I Last Sunday, Dec. 2nd, Mass was rMother Aloysius and Sister Agnes,, , the superintendent come in, the lat- St. Joseph Branch No. 1135 celebrated by the pastor, who had Center come from Armstrong Springs in the ter reported 80 patients in the hospit-'l Ridge, Ark. I auto drive by Brother Albert, and al and 64 patients in October. Four- Center Ridge is" located about 22 had arrived in good time. On the pre- teen nurses care for them, among miles north of Moxilton, in the beau- l'vious evening he bad stayed at the these are seven Sisters, including the tiful hills of Conway Co., and is a IBoys' Protectory, and received a mot ped off here enroute to St. Louis. on four in training. Miss Baum, a grad- i Catholic settlement mostly of Italialt hospitable welcome from the Rev. was: "Resolved,. that Ruskin did business, uate of St. , Vincent's hospital, Little descent, and is a mission attended Father and the Brothers. All lboked more for the world than Shakespeare" Mrs. J. G. Jones, Sr., and her son Rock, has charge of the surgical (le- from Morrilton once a month bv the'well and were mo:'t happy. Every ,Elizabeth Thomas acted as chairman. Charles, of Pine Bluff, are visiting partment of St. Edwards Hospital. Very T{ev. H. J. Goebel, C. S. Sp. one seemed to make an effort to make The speakers for the affirmative side friends at Jonesboro over the Thanks- The recent rummage sale netted $130, Here is where our latest addition to the visitor feel thoroughly at home, were Josephine Murray, captain; giving holidays. . Joseph Adler, of New York sent "a our order, Branch N. 1135 was insti- 'and succeeded, for the time passed too Frances Quinn, George Fouke and Miss Frances Mason entertained the donation of $400 and a B. Bear Me- tuted,.Sunday morning November 25, quickly. Margaret Galvim Those fr the neg- Weekly Bridge Club last week. Miss mortal room has been furnished at a by Supreme Organizer Jos. H..De Tom Abert is getting up subscrip- ativ side were Mary Ahern, captain; Agnes Mason made the highest score, cost of $150. Vases of flov,-ers thai Clerk. This branch starts off with 12 lions for a much-wanted set of vest- Joseph Murray, Lea Hytt and Cathe- and was presented a prize. The host- will cheer the patients are needed for members, at this meeting one new up- ments, and doubtless will have suffi- rine Moore. The judges @ere Messrs.] es served dainty refreshments. ' ,ards aml rooms, plieation was .received, and many cient funds for the purpose by the J. P. Reynolds, J. C. O'Dwyer and W. Mrs. Fred Falk entertained on last "City Item." more are sure to follow, time the next Mass will be said there, be incompatible with ROME WIL L NOT BISHOP A: (By N. C. W. C. Rome, Nov. not appoint Monsigrior drea as Archbishop of and has so notified gm/ernment. Two the Bishops of La plata remain of the list of th gested by the was stated that the recognize the right apopintment of bishoPS gentine government herited from the ment. There is not a steP along the path of God' life's long journey, nearer to Heaven.