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PAGE SIX THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 10, 1943 Conway Past0r00;00uthor Of Guard!ian Column, In Addition To Duti ,1/ Gra00es Highway :,' ' i NATIONAL CATHOLIC :: Official Catholic Director '.J On Diocese Of Little Rock![ RURAL Diocess of Little Rock visited from the Cathed a. The diocess of Little Rock era- small church much needed. braces the State of Arkansas, and * This report was received from LIFE is governed by the Right Rev. An- the Rt. Rev. Bishop. drew Byrne, D.D., who was con- Institutions secrated in the Cathedral of New St. Mary's Academy St. Joseph's Church, Conway, which is v:isille from the highway, is one of the most active parishes of the diocese. .Its pastor is the Rev. Anthony. Lachowsky, C.S.Sp. St. Joseph's will celebrate its centennial week in the Jubilee of the diocese.fiext ?gnvember' 19th to 26th. Hoyts At Mc 'rilton00,(elebr, hted Golden WedC00irlg Anniversary Morrilton.--Mr. and Mrs. George Ho)'tlCelgbrated their golden wedding anniversary, Sunday, November 21, ,at their home, five miles northeast of Adona. Mr. Hoyt is the+D'other of the Rev. Law- rence Hoyt, O.S.B., pastor of St Edward's '.Urch, Little Rock. The Rev. John J. Mulligan celebrated: High Mass of Thanks- giving Sunday morning in the presence of the jubilarians. Also at- tending were the children, grand- I ...... ,   . children, great grandchildren, and, Albet. ,I', t and. children, M.. and hosts of friends. ; Father Mulligan vffs. mr,nce oy IBa cm a n, imrmrted hi. ble.sin t/non the lvlr. ana:" tars. renry oy-q lvilss "_::?.U'Z .............. Loretta Hoyt; Miss Dorothy Hoyt, UIAIJ 1-. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt are the par- ents of nine living children, twenty, grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. Members of the immediate family who were present" at the golden anniversary celebration included: Mr. and George Hdyf, Jr;, Mr. and Mrs. Joe H0Yt::'and children, Leo and Frank IN04d: r The gblden jubilee was cli- maxed byi dance. Thei!S00iety For Mrs. Will Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller, Mr. Mrs Wilfo00d The rropagahon IPJ__ 2 Miller, Miss Evelyn Miller, of Morrilton; Mr. and Mrs. Anionic Of ThdFaith Lachbwsky, Conway; Mrs. Anna Oebhart and children, Wichita, What+ ath01ic Leper Kansas; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Home Means Hoyt and son, Milton, St. Louis, In all truth the Catholic Leper Missouri, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Home may represent "heaven on Hoyt, Crawfordsville, Tennessee. earth,, for;these poor afflicted peG- Those attending from St. Eliza- beth's parish were: Mr. and Mrs. ple. Uhwanted by their families, forsaken' by their friends, they within the home not only I physical care but mental and spiritual:soLace. "Thus," the Bish- op of NYassa, Africa, His Excel- lency, Most Rev. Joseph Julien W/" 1 9 4 $ I informs us "some of the lepers | "L,'  I who have been declared cured J''=,] _., | have been so accustomed to the '1' , t Jim | sisters they do not wish to leave. |  '_} 7"'F 1 We have allowed them to stay on {   t and they are rendering remark- . : ,, " 0000mtmas I I Season's Greetings __?,t|TIN00GS ) I L: P; CRAFTON I : ,' ,Heavy Groceries Conway Shoe Store [ Field Seed and Fertilizer I Phone/7( 1103 Front St. ARKANSAS CONVCAY, I [ CONWA ARKANSAS l | --,  }[I Our Business Grows Because of Low Prices ll[l]] HIIH And Courteous A[++t++n+ ,: IUlII +llll HOOVER'S 5c to$iio0: STORE III!1+ + I IIIIII MET :SHOP -- PAINTS " 'ALL PAPER H +Best Material and ServldS That Stisfles llllll Dealers and cont+raetors '.. Wholesale and Retail I1 Front Street Phone 379 Conway, Arkansas I  ..... ,+.7.,+  . , , 1+&,+,, . + ,+ [ .............. F'uneral Sprays, .Corsages, Plants, Blubs tm + IDLEHOUR FLORIST il |I .'m00owm.s FOR ALL OCCA+00ONS I+I 235 Locust Avenue ..' + ... Conway, Arkansas I,... : ....................................................  .................. x;ii;.:.``+`"".'.! ............ :.m, able service for the care of their fellow lepers." But the burden upon the shoulders of those who maintain these Catholic Leprosaria are many and ever present. The un- fortunate victims of this dread disease must be carefully nourish- ed if a cure is to be effected and if physical suffering is to be en- dured. "Our doctor has pre- scribed cod liver oil and malt for most of our patients," writes Bishop Julien. "We have man- aged to get one fifty pound drum of the former from South Africa, but we need at least fifty such drums and where, unless from America, are the funds forthcom- ing for such a purchase?" This is but one evidence Of the many and pressing' needs of our missionaries who care for the lepers. Won't you help them by contributing to the CHRISTMAS LEPER FUND, knowing that your charity will be rewarded a hun- dredfold? "Conway's Finest FumL,|, See'vice Consolations In Kenya "The forming of the Natie Clergy has .always been of major importance in Kenya Colony. Now We are delighted to learn that there are five students in the major seminary with twenty in the Minor. "This means we have a full house," writes Father Reep- er, Rector of the Seminary. "As a matter of fact, we need not tell you that the buildings are primi- tive in the extreme but they will have to suffice until after the war." "In June we were privileged to have a visit from Archbishop Spellman who admired our work and wished us to bring it to the attention of American Catholics. Right now our problem is to sup- ply food and clothing for our boys. As a matter of fact, cloth is very scarce, thread is hardly to be had, while buttons can only be found in some obscure little shop, but the work goes on and some day the Church in Kenya will be proud to have not only its Native priests but a Bishop indigenous to the land." Catechists' Problem "Our catechists' problem is as acute as ever," writes Father Coe- ]hen of Nangina, Africa." "After having dismissed for lack of funds 244 of my 280 catechists, it is h even a ard struggle for me to keep that handful of 36 catechists left to me at their important work as co-missionaries, as I can truly call them, in spreading and teach- ing our holy religion to the thou- sands of heathens in our district, all of whom are only too eager to know and embrace our holy Faith " . "Tle heaviest blow Nangina sustained lately was the unfort- unate death by blood-poison of Our most capable Sister-nurse Sr. Oda. Surely our Lord has given Little Rock, Ark. The institution is beautifully situated on the square at the cor- ner of Louisiana and Elizabeth Streets. (Description from here the same as last years, including terms, etc., with this exceptmn) Physician's fees, per annum $4.00 A new foundation of the Order of Mercy will be established near Fort Smith and Van Buren this year. College of St. Andrew Near Fort Smith, Arkansas This institution was chartered by the Legislature of Arkansas, with all the powers granted to Universities, and is beautifully situated between Fort Smith and Van Buren. The climate is ex- cellent and the terms of the col- lege moderate. Very Rev. John O'Reilly, President. Rev. Patrick Reilly, Vice President, aided by lhree tutors. Many Catholic fam- ilies have located within five and ten miles of the college, since its establishment, who have every opportunity of educating their children and practicing their faith. St. John's Male Academy Little Rock, Arkansas This institution is under the d'i- :rection of Rev. Edward Corcoran, 'and Rev. Richard Nagle. The. terms of the school are moderate. Rosary Societies and Sunday Schools are attached to the :churches and stations throughout the diocess. Recapitulation Churches ..................................... 0 Chapels .................................... . 2 Stations ......................................... 20 Clergymen on the mission and otherwise employed ............. :.. 9 Ecclesiastical Students ............ 3 Colleges ........................................... 1 Seminary ........................................ 1 Female religious institutions .... 1 Charitable institutions ............. 23 Catholic population ................. 1,O00 York on the 10th of March, 1844. Churches and Clergy Arkansas Little Rock Cathedral of St. Andrew--Rt. Roy. AndrewByrne, D.D., Rev. Rici]ard Na$1e. Convent Chapel of Our Lady of MercyRev, Edward Cocoran. New Erin, Pulaski Co., attended from the Cathedral. i Oakland Grbve, Pulaski Co., at-I tended from the Cathedral. [ Mt. Pleasant, Saline Co., attend: I ed from the Cathedral. I Batesville, independence Co.,--] attended from the Cathedral. I Mount Olive, Izard Co., visited from Fayetteville. Mount St, Mary's_ near Fayette- ville--Rev. John Monaghan. Pine Bluffs, i Jefferson Co., church not dedicated--Rev. P. Behan. Plum Bayou, Jefferson Co., St. Mary's church: not dedicated, Rev. P. Behan. Saline Bluffs, Saline Co., visited by the same. New Gascony, Jefferson Co., St. Peter's, Rev. P. McGowan. Noble's Lake, Jefferson Co., st. Paul's, Rev. P. McGowan. Lee's Bend, Arkansas Co., St. Rose's, Rev. P. McGowan. Post of Arkansas. Arkansas Co., St. Ambrose-vacant. Napoleon, Chido Co.--vacant. Columbia, Docha Co., visited from New Gascony. Helena, Philip, Co., St. Helena, a resident clergyman much need- ed-visited from the Cathedral. Fort Smith, sebastian Co., St. Patrick's, Very Rev. John O'Reilly, V.G. The Church is too small, the congregation having increased to over four hundred souls within the last year. : Me,,art PraWe, Sebastian Co., Blanc settlernirt--attended from the college. ,: Van Buren, i Crawford Co., church not yet erected--visited from the college. Fort Gibson, Cherokee Nation-- by request of Rt.' Rev. Dr. Miege, visited from the College. Fort Towson Choctaw Nation, by request of Rtl Rev. Dr. Miege, visited by Rev. P. Martin. Rocky Comfort, Sevier Co., St. *James'--The Rev. P. Martin. Paracllfta, ASevier Co., + the Church not yet,,erected--Rev, p.. Martin. ...... Clark.rifle, in  Texas, at the re- quest of the Bishop of Galveston, is visited from Rocky Comfort. Washington, Hemp,read Co.,- visited from Rocker Comfort. Camden, Ouachita Co., Church in progress of erection--Rev. Jno. Whelan. Altar Society Holds Election Of Officers Forrest City.--The Ladies of the Altar Society of St. Francis Chfirch met at the Parish Rectory, Monday night for their December business meeting. This meetlng was advanced two weeks on ac- count of the rush of the Christ- mas season later on in the month. A report of the wonderful suc- cess of the sale of Christmas and other greeting card sale was made by the members present. Plans were discussed and arrange- CONFERENCE 3801 Grand Ave., Des Molnes. ia. lIomesteaders Pay Off The increase of wages, and the increase in working time of min- ers has enabled seven of the Granger Homesteaders to make payment in full for their Home- stead units, and one other resid- ent has made a sizeable reduction in his debt. The town of Granger lies about 23 miles northwest of Des Moines Iowa, and just outside the village itself lies the Granger Home- steads. Three miles beyond stand the coal mine and the mining camp, where many of the home- steaders formerly lived. Two hundred and twenty-five acres of good ]and were purchased in 1935, by means of a loan from the Fed- eral Government; and 550 homes --four, five, and six-room houses ---on plots of from three to eight acres, were erected. Each house has a furnace, hot-water heater and other modern conveniences. By paying the Government from $13.50 to $15.00 a month each fam- ily began buying its home out- right. The seven Homesteaders (and more will follow'suit during the coming year) have taken advan- tage of the clause in their govern- ment contracts permitting them to make advance payments on their units in multiples of ten dollars. In this way, they have not only reduced their payments, but will avoid paying all interest charges. Unless the government changes the present plan, those who have made payment in full will not receive deeds to their respective properities until Sep- tember 1, 1952. The reason for this is that the government wish- es to protect these people and make certain that no one will en- danger his security by either the sale or mortgaging of his prop- erty. During these ten years, they will be under the control of the Homestead Board of Di- rectors, as they are at the pres- ent time. This is a definite ad- vantage to the Homesteaders, since they receive greatly re- duced insurance rates as mem- bers of the Association. The land surrounding .each farmhouse is laid out in lawn and trees. The remaining land is us- ed for garden plots, orchard, and pasture. The gardens produce all the vegetables needed for fam- ily consumption during the sum- mer and winter months. Any-  thing over and above family needs !is for the market. But there is absolutely no destructive, eom- Author-Pastor The Rev. Anthony C.S.Sp., pastor of St. Conway, edits a column The Guardian each Rural Catholic Committee of th, South. Father Lachowsky fine[ time on special occasions to co tribute significant articles o current events. In addition t his writing, Father has a mo active parish life, and ente] into many county projects. tumn. In addition to the chic ens, nearly all the families ha a cow and a few pigs. Many of the Homesteaders ft that their Homestead units ! self-supporting; that is, that t produce, whether it be gard! stock or poultry, more than p! rides for their monthly paymel as these come due. A strong community exi; Recently the residents gathe irt the auditorium of the Assur$ tion school, where two leadi from the Extension Division of Iowa State College gave instm tion in folk dancing. The ero numbered around one hundr, and one and all entered into spirit of the dances and their execution. When the meeting (on the same closed at the public school group moved from the AssumP tion school to the public scho gym where still others join them for the dances. The pr gram was a great success, ! more evenings of folk dancing be planned throughout the ter months. Dallas County News: Hahn Cleaners 817 Railroad Ave. Phone 414 CONWAY, ARKANSAS j THOMPSONS Fogie Settlement, six miles from ments made for the decoration of mercial farming. Each home- Men's Shop steader maintains a few chick- Camden, visited by the same. In the .church and the altar for ens to produce eggs for home Conway's Only Exclusive this settlement, thirty-six Catho- Christmas. lies were latel,' discovered bv a The annual election of officers consumption. In the spring the zealous missionary who had "not w]s then held. The officers who I flock increases and the families Men's Store seen a priest for thirty-seven w. 11 gumethe affmrs of the so-i frequently use chicken for their ' i cmty tor me commg year are / meat Supply in summer and au- years. A Church s needed.  . ' "- The Antoine Crossing, CDrk remdent, Mrs. T. C. Anderson; Co., St. Francis Xavier--vited Xe -President, Miss Madolyn 1 from Camden. Beneath the altar M ; Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Season's Greetings of St. Francis, on the banks of ary Alice Bradford. The retir- the Antine, lie the remains f ing fficers are: Miss Madlynt00 GOAD BROS. CAFE | 'the Good Father Donahue who Ash, President; Mrs. Alice Brad- ihf riest ' ford, Vice-President and Miss w+a,a, Hot Springs, Hot Springs Co., . ary Lotuse Schellhous, Secre- tary-Treasurer. i her already the reward she de- The December Social meeting prayer'erred so well for her great work wiIiand be heldjanuaryat the home of Mrs. ,. II] SEASON'S GREETINGS l of charity here. Please say a Charlie White on December 13th for her soul and remember the Social meeting] i smetimes the gd pcple f mY will be held at the hme f Mrs" ] I MBER COMPANY district who look hopefully to.Kenneth Lueken on January 10th. CITY LU SEASON'S GREETm6S / GREESON DRUa COMPANY / | +CONVCAY'S LEADING DRUG STORE //,r k Phones 48 and 49 ' CONWAY, ARKANSAS ; SEASON'S GREETINGS THINKS' 5c to $1 THE FAIR STORE School Supplies, Notions, Dry Goods, Kitchenware CONWAY, ARKANSAS CONWAY LIGHT, POWER AND McNutt Funeral: Home w+w,+ for you and yours +, a Happy Christmas and Christmas Cheer WATER SYSTEM that every son, brother, father a n d sweetheart comes back to stay with you before Christmas 1954. I I Conway Arkansas 609 Locust Avenue PHONE 222 . Join the UNITED BURIAL ASSOCIATION Bonded and Under the Sta*te'nk Dept. t W. D. COX DRUG CONWAY, ARKANSAS SAVES YOU MONEY CONWAYo ARKANSAS May the Christ Child Bleu You This Christmas Day and This Coming New Year HIEGEL LUMBER 860 Oak Street Conway , Arkansas: