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I I iiIIiW| III THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 10, 1943 I 00RSONAL and SOCIALI^L00. I STORMS . A SUBMITTED ephone or Send Social Items to The Guardian  ...... fflce, 309 West Second St., Phone 5486, by | r. Oon Tuesday. [ ILiJILI a., to re- jo'm his ship. us' brother, Sgt. Earl Kelone zor the ooys m serwce. Any of the Army, was home at the tions of tree and house orna- !tS, cookies and cgndy that the P]lle would care to make would teatly appreciated by the staff ell as the boys. The cookies candy are greatly needed and ld be very welcome for the tay parties from December through Christmas. Anyone ag any donations to make may them by the Club or phone 82. The staff would like to this opportunity to thank the l lie who have been so goner-i md responded to their call onations. Their cooperation een grand and the service are very appreciative of the that is being done for them. irtus p. Kelone, second class officer, son of Mr. and Mrs. .Kelone, Sr., was home last [ same time on a 15 day furlough, and it was the first reunion of the brothers in a year. Earl is stationed with the Headquarters Detachment Corps at Camp Max- ey, Texas. Sgt. Kelone received his basic training at Camp Robin- son, and was stationed at Camp Grueber, Oklahoma, and Sherman Texas before being sent to Camp Maxey. The eldest of the brothers S-Sgt. Lee Kelone, Jr., has been in the service for 19 months. He is attached to the Army Medical Corps and at present is on man- euvers in Louisiana. His wife has just returned to Little Rock after spending several days with him in Alexandria. The three brothers are grad- uates of Catholic High School. .. .. . Electrical Contracting for a wmt wRh h,s parents. as been in the service a year, Repalrin ang ot is was his first leave. Linus all Kinds Wed his boot training at the Estimates Free Training Station, San ]rr|]l ][A|]r 0: Calif., and was later sta- L.dLUL lAklLd. at the Navy Yards, Phila- Telcnh,-,, o ..:ia, Pa. After his leave he . ........ "_--==:__-___.____. I TRANGE BUT TRU00 00Little-Known Facts Catholics 00cheon Precedes [ : 0000ting Of St. 00ldrew's Mothers , e Rock. -- St. Andrews ,.r's Club will meet at the - at 2 o'clock on Thursday iiToon, December 16. A lunch- con will be served at the school cafeteria at 1 o'clock before the meeting. All the ladies who ex- pect to attend the luncheon are asked to call Mrs. Chamberlain, Phone 4-7081, after 2 o'clock on Monday or Tuesday afternoon. The plate will be 50c. THE CATHOLIC GIRL'S GUIDE by Father Lasance "This prayerbook is intended for girls from the time of their leaving school to their settle- sent in life." No. 211 -- Catholic Girl's Guide, lmlt. leather, limp. round corners, red edges ...................... $2.26 No. 212 -- Catholic Girl's Guide, American Seal leather, limp, gold side, round corners, red edges .................................... $4.oo The Catholic Boy's Guide 201  lmlt. leather, $2.25; No: 202, American Seal Leather, $3.75 The Guardian 09 West 2nd Little Rock, Ark. CHRISTIAN BROTHERS ALTAR WINES ,.l.: (Mont La Salle'Altar Wines) ',iade with painstaking care under the devoted supervision r n i::r: RELIGIOUS who know the requirements of the Chu ch i , ?lard to wine used in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, the ':|Midity of MONT LA SALLE ALTAR WINES is assured and ' ::}| eePted by Metropolitans of the Church and local Bishops. Very container of MONT LA SALLE ALTAR WINES  otUmntn:Brote= th:#slLLesD t :hedir oAvitia D inYN Thp:, ; " '; " 'I["J}'I'T LA SALLE ALTAR WINES ARE NEVER SOLD IN LIQUOR STORES. Distributed only by F. Schutte Distributing Company Greater Little Rock Activities St. Andrew's Cathedral I Novena of the Sacred Heart of Sunday Masses at 6, 7, 9, 10. and I Jesus and Benediction of the 11 o'clock. Blessed Sacrament, 3:00 p.m I Masses at Holy Souls Chapel Weekday services: CommUnion will be at 7:30 and 9:00 o'clock. Mass 6:30 and School Mass 8:30 Masses during the week at the a.m. daily. Cathedral will be at 7 and 8; o'clock. 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. Theresa, the Little Flower, on Wednesday morning following the 7 and 8 o'clock Masses. The regular "Inquiry Class" will be held at the Cathedral Rectory, 802 Center St., Tuesday evening at 7:45, or any other night dur- ing the week (except Wednesday or Saturday nights) by appoint- ment. Saint Edward's Church Sunday services: Masses, 5:30, 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Sermon in all Masses: "The Second Death." Text: "Their part!on shall be in the pool Novena of Our Lady of Per- petual Help Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Social: Weekly entertainment by Circle No. 12 Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. Good Counsel Peace and Victory Novena will be held Sunday afternoon at three followed by Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. St. Anthony Novena is held af- ter all Masses on Tuesday morn- ing. Little Flower and Eucharistic Novenas are held on Friday night at 7:30. The Holy Name Men will re-: ceive Holy Communion at the 7 o'clock Mass Sunday 'and will meet in the school hall for their regular meeting Monday night at 8. The St. Anthony Sodality will meet in the school hall Thursday burning with fire and brimstone, night at 8. which is lhe second death." (Apoc. ! Good Counsel has now paid over or Revelation 21,8.) The mere- $6400 on its Seminary pledges. bers of St. Rose Society and the  Little Flower Sodality will receive Holy Communion in the Soldiers' Mass at 8:30.  Priests Protested Through Dalmatia Zurich, Switzerland. (I,L") -- The arrest of 83 priests in the Kagreb area has caused a storm of in- dignation throughout all of Dal- matia, it has been learned here authoritatively by the N.C.W.C. News Service correspondent. The priests were taken into cus: tody after they had called atten- tion from pulpits and in seminar- ies to the stand taken by the Most Rev. Alojzija Stepanic, Archbish- op of Zagreb, in protesting against the destruction of family life and the demoralization of children. In their comments on the state- ment of the Archbishop, which was incorporated in a sermon he delivered, the priests told the members of their congregation that the Catholic Church could not but support the attitude of the Archbishop.  The fate of the priest-prisoners is as yet unknown. It was as- sumed that Archbishop Stepanic was not molested because of his high position and ecclesiastical immunity. The sermon of the Archbishop was attacked violently by the Croatian Propaganda Minister, who accused the prelate of inter- vening in political matters. The Archbishop poipted out in his ser- mon that the 'Chhrch does not acknowledge racial 'theories or favor one race above another. He also asserted that Germany had no right to complain about the devastating air raids against the Reich since it was the Nazis who started total war against civilians. Miss Keith Heads NCCS-USO Committee Little Rock.--Miss Mary Pierce Keith will serve as chairman of: the Club Hospitality Committee of the NCCS-USO Club at 112 East 7th Street on Sunday, December 12th. Assisting Miss Keith on her committee will be the following ladies: Mrs. H. A. Schaer, Jr., Mrs. Hugo Norvell, Mrs. John Sherrill, Mrs. H. P. Crawford, Mrs. A. M. Keith, Miss Pat Hard- ing, Mrs. R. B. Myers, Mrs. S. C. Vinsonhaler, Mrs. E. Cornelius Conner, Mrs. Harvey Couch, Jr., Mrs. C. C. Walker, Mrs. W. P. Wiggins, Miss Fay Stevens, Miss Katherine Senhausen and Miss Rose Lafferty. These ladies assisted by the Junior ]tostesses will serve cof- fee and rolls to the men and wo- men in the armed forces at the morning breakfast hour and cof- tee and cake during the afternoon. The NCCS invites all to drop in the Club any time during the day and meet and make frmnds. Fine Rosaries At Low Cost No, BS.lmported (Czechoslovakian) rosaries, silver plated chains, oxi- dized crucifixes, pastel ehades, pink, green, blue, lavender and white. Exceptional value at. $1.50 No. 6S.---ttractive rosary, plastic heads in crystal, amber, blue, ', white, and purple. Strong chain, and very nice oxidized crucifix $1.25 These rosaries were purchased long aSo belore they went o|i the market. Order from THE GUARDIAN Christmas vacation at Good Counsel School will begin after the Christmas party, Friday morn- h .__ Decembe_ r l 7th.__   Catholic Priest Assigned War Prisoners Camp Robinson.  New mem- ber of the Chaplain's Corps at Camp Robinson, albeit :in the pris- oner's compound, is the Roy. Richard F. Wersing, C.S.Sp., first lieutenant. Father Wersing, originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, grad- uate of Duquesne University and St. Mary's Seminary for the Holy Ghost Fathers, Norwalk, Con- necticut, has been stationed in the south and southwest since his or- dination, in 1938. His first parish was in Opel- ousas, Louisiana, which he en- joyed to the fullest. "The bayous, covered with water hacinths, the Spanish rice, and the Creoles!" Louisiana proved almost heaven for the northern-bred missioner. After spending a:ew nearly perfect years in the!deep south, Father was transferred to Mus- kogee, Oklahoma, ,h're he be- came pastor of St. ';.Augustine's Mission Church for the Colored. This parish was one of the unique results of street preaching, from which the whole mission received its initial converts. Father Wersing was called to Camp Robinson, reporting for ac- tive duty with the Prisoners of War on November l, 1943. Good Counsel School Wins Treasury Flag Good Counsel School, through its weekly defense stamp sales, has obtained the Treasury Flag, which is presented by the U. S. Treasury Department to all schools in the country in which! 90 per cent of the students are: regular purchasers "' of defense stamps. The stamp sales are held every Wednesday. Students are continuing to col- lect tin cans. At the last collec- tion several containers were filled. Members of the Junior Red Cross are collecting toys to be! distributed to the poor at Christ- mas, and are also making nut cuPs for the soldiers. The Girl Scouts are working on a knitting project. ,J,, ,i ,, BILL SCHMIDT AUTO-PARTS & TIRE CO. * PARTS FOR ALL CARS Vulcanizing - Retreading 308-I0 Towson Ave. Dial 4147 Fort Smith, Ark 314 N. Askew Avenue Kansas City 1, Mo. :ii I ' I ! (Write for complete Price List and please mention I 309 1-2 West 2nd /:! . The Guardlan) Little Rock, Arks Z" i i ;:,' L Extends Prografi00 Development of the Sacred Heart Radio Program in Central and South America will be supervised by Rev. Hugh E. Harkins, S. J. (above), former missionary there, and now Associate Director of the program. Station HOK in Colon, Panama, is the first station to.be opened under Father Harkin's su- pervision. (N.C.W.C.) Literary Club Elects, Holds First Meeting St. Vincent s.--At the first of- ficial meeting of the St. Vincent's Junior High School Literary Club which was organized the latter part of October, Mildred Wiedow- er was elected president; Rita Berkemeyer; vice-president, Na- omi Beck, Secretary; Bernice Sponer, treasure,-; Monica Nell song leader; and Carl Nell, re- porter. An outstanding feature of the meeting was a very interesting book report by Loretta Beck. Club members were appointed to three committees, for the pur- pose of raising funds for the li- brary. Plans for the Christmas plays werq completed, with "Red and the Christmas Whoppers" and "Silver Wings" chosen. Intermediate grades too have organized a .literary club, with Rosemary Beck, Louise Zimmer- mann, and Paula Berkemeyer as officers. Their aim is to improve reading by giving oral reports and creating interest in outside reading. Their contribution to the Christ- man program is a drill, "The Christmas Packages" and a play- let, "Mrs. O'Malley's Christmas Party." Mrs. Selma Roth Elected President Altar Society Weiner.  Mrs. Selma Ruth was elected president of the St. An- thony's Altar Society at the meet- ing December 2. Other officers are as follows: Mrs. C. L. Down- ing, Secretary-Treasurer, and Miss Rose Schwarz, reporter. Mrs. C. L. Downing won the contest prize, while the door prize went to Mrs. Albert McIlroy. The next monthly meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Henry Ritter, January 6th. Mrs. Lena Millalin and Mrs. Albert McIlroy were guests. St. Anthony's Hospital MORR:LTON, ARK. Allsopp & Chapple PAGE THREE t sE.i00.Y ,,Ews i AUxiliary-Confers-Diaconate On '2 From Seminary, 5 From Subiac0 Among the many;.hig!alights comprising the scholastic year for the Seminarians there is none, perhaps, which has more of a per- sonal appeal than ordinations: to the various orders, tim reason,for this is not difficult to discover. It is the wonderful encouragement that comes from seeing one's, fel- low student making another great step towards that common goal to which we all aspire. On Sunday morning, December 5, His Excel- lency the Most Roy. Albert L. Fletcher, D.D., Auxiliary 'Bishop of Little Rock ordained to Dea- conship the following: Rev; Mr. Francis J. Murphy of the Diocese of Raleigh, North Carolina, the Rev. Mr. Bernard Cabnaski of the Diocese of Grand Island, Nebraska and the Rev. Fraters Victor Beuckman, O.S.B., John Walbe, O.S.B., Aloysius Walbe, O.S.B., Robert Lazzari, O.S.B,, and An- selm Mendez, O.S.B., all of New Subiaco Abbey, Subiaco, Ark- ansas. Continuing the interesting dis- courses on the Eight Beatitudes in the Seminary Chapel during the past 'week, Mr. William Smyth selecting as his topic the Sixth Beatitude: Blessed Are the Clean Of Heart For They Shall See God, presented to the student body the beautiful exemplification of this virtue in the life,of man. On Saturday Mr. Clarence :Reis- dorff, taking his cue from world conditions and basing his" Sermon on the Seventh Beatitude: Blessed are the Peacemakers: For They Shall Be Called The Children .Of God brought home forcibly to' his audience the irrefutable fact ttat true peace is to be found utile, in ChristThe Prince of Peac. R'he eighth and final sermon on the Beatitudes was delivered on SUn- day afternoon by Mr. ,Aidrew Gonda. His text was' Blbssfl Are They That Suffer 'Persecu- tion For Justice,s SaRe:, FOr Theirs Is The Kingdom of'Heaven. This particular sermon wa" ad- mirably suited to our timed:'ahd the speaker pointed out the gat reward that is in store for "aH who bear patiently persecutions for' the safe of Christ. .- ...... Now that the familia'r and pleasalt sound of pig skin against shoe leather no longer arjs from the Seminary grid,iron, .. the thoughts of the students, during their moments of recreationturn once again toward the gYm'nasium, where we hope to hear soon the swish of the basketball as it drops into the waiting basket. We have seen our Student Di- rector of Sports, Mr. Robert Boyle, browsing around the gym, cheek- ing up on a few of the more - portant details, in the last'"tew days so we can be sure that "he will have some .interesting news TO GET RID OF A BAD COLD IN A HURRY TR S. & B. "SPRATOX" It is Just the remedy to chuck'it quickly and it used in time Will often prevent it, and other cPouble that follow a cold. We are mailinR t out every day, why can't we aatl you an outtqt75e complete md guaranteed to saUF SNODGRASS & BRACJ --Advertisement. ,m M ORRISO THE HATTER CLEANED AND OCKED I Malu St. Ph.::n;8,":':: l' I III '1 III III Booksellers and Stationers 307-309 Main Street I I  Call t I DAN DEARASAUGH For Office Supplies--Ph. Z-1846 The Most Beautiful Sick-Call Crucifix Made for us very soon. For those who refer to brave the winter cold Mr. Boyle has been spending some time working out plans that will result in a very interesting Vol- leyball league. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. James P. Gaffney will commemorate the first anniversary of the death of Mr. John Janesko on Saturday morning, December 11 by cele- brating a Solemn High Mass of .Requiem in the Seminary Chapel. Msgr. Gaffney will be assisted by the Rev. Bernard Cabnaski as Deacon and the Rev. Francis Mur- phy as Sub-deacon. The remain- ing offices of the Mass will be filled by the following: Master of Ceremonies'. Mr. Aloysius Dunleavy. Censor and Boat: Messrs. Fran- cis Janesko and Paul Bujarski. Subiaco Academy Seniors Rehearse Play Subiaco.  Subiaco Academy seniors are rehearsing a play, "Smoky Treasure," which they plan to produce some time after mid-December. Feminine roles are to be played by young ladies of Saint Benedict's parish here. John Rowley, Knobel, and Leo Wiederkehr, Altus, are president and manager of the dramatic club respectively. Seniors having parts ace, besides Rowley and Wieder- kehr, Edward Schneider, Subiaco, Frank Hennigan, Muenster, Tex., end Herman Schlaf, Fort Smith. Parish girls who are playing in lead roles are Mary Ann Ashour, Helen Schuterman, Alice Ann Etzkorn, Frteda Lux, and Dorothy Strobel. The play is a full-length three- act comedy drama. Subiaco.Mayor Frank H. Gor- rell and Paul Geels were laymen from Subiaco attending the formal opening of the Arkansas Catholic Centennial at St. Andrew's Ca- thedral church in Little Rock last Tuesday. They are leaders in various parish units here. About half a dozen Subiaeo priests in- eluding Abbot Paul M. Nahlen were in attendance. The Subiaeo parish held Forty Hours devotions on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday of the past week. The Rev. An- thony Schroeder, pastor, is pro- mating the centennial observance locally. Plumbing And Heating REPAIR SPECIALIST GEe. M. WOODS Call 2-3342 Little Rock Fentress Mortuary I II F. H. KUIPER, Jeweler 206 West Capitol Phofie 2-4724 Little Rock, Ark. DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, POTTERY NOVELTIES AND GIFTWARE We repair all kinds of plain and complicated watches, cio,.ks, and Jewelry. Mail orders solicited. All work guaranteed. Prices moderate. For 25 years head watchmaker of largest local jewelry store. iii I I I I II I I 1 Plain Highly Polished Walfful Sick- Call Crucifix, with Burnished Metal Decorations. 15 incl)es In Lengfl Cr * * No. 915G -- Walnttt Sick-Call Crucifix, old Bronze corpus and metal decora- tions In Sateen lined Gift Box. at .............................. $7.00 No. 91SS -- Same as above only orpue and metal decorations finished in Old Silver ................. $7.00 (Add 25c for postage and packing) Order from The Guardian Black & White Specials ON SALE AT ALL BLACK & WHITE STORES PRODUCE lOT RATIONED! PACKED IN GLASSMAXWELL !IOUSE (offee 33 NO POINTS Grapefruit Juice '[: 29 C WALKER'SNOW ONLY 4 POINTS Plain Chili ,,.o,. 29 Can WINSLOW, CUT SPEARS--14 POINTS Green Asparagus 26 Can 309 Vz W. Snd., Little Rock, Ark.