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THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 17, 1927 PAGE THREE ~ J --________ -- .......................................... ~~ I 11 "IIRISNAS GREfflN g ll II!I I Future Social mast be ia ' "vm, rye CHURCH hlh om , ( =, I br l.,Ulhli lil 11 11 II T i i|lt So* I.., ! I.(. ) ...... / I ; WJ" I I i " _ t I I " ~lJ( ".2'. ~nd St.~ I'JvtJlltO ) "'-'--" --"-- ~! l ~ , . .~-~L: , "[ .... I I ~ I ~ ~I~,~- 2-i ~Vl~?.~ Llb~Z~{L~':i[fd. It='/. ~----'Z' i l~14u.~ ~ Trimester Examinations Revised. ~. - _ ~ -~~ ~ %~ ~ L%~ t_- ~__- - -__-__~__-__~ . ~ " - " The Guardian extends the smcere The regular trimester examinatins ] After the announced percentages : rs. Louise Keller 1 ft hursda Kni ht, Bro Kenney and last but not " " . " will be held at the college on Friday, I of the boss and girls who took part i;llfr St, e T Y| g : ........ wishes that this Christmastide of 1927 ........ ~n the recent elocution contest as , ~[ ' .-ou]s to visit her daughter, least Bro. Jonn VlcK, WHO calico to ~+. . . . ~ M,.d.,# .... d Tuesday, December 16,1 ' " " ' '~:1 rs. H. j. Black I our attention that next vear this court-I ~ will abound m the chmcest of blessmgs L'illl ~,~ z0. ~t the conclusion of the pubhshed ]n the Guardmn last week, '[ " I ........ - ...... ~ ~- ........ A ....... ~%~-- 1-~minations the trimester renortslit was discovered that a mistake was ~ . . ci~ win ~e ~wen~y-~ve years om anu~.CM1 bU .YOU. ~tilLt .yuLt~ ~'I$I~" ' ' "- ~ ....... ~.ls~ J . . . ~ -- " - " maae in [ne iiguring oz points oy (i~ ....nnnle.Reichardt who is at-}suggested that we should star~ now ~'kV4f ~]wlll be issued. I ............... .... ,mug V' " ' I "~ t . . ~no judges, and t'=a~ ]n justice co ~ne '|Win- ]mtahon College, St Louis, I to work for a fitting and grand cele- i ,.~ ~ ~ I -- ~ . ~- ~ Chr,stmas Hohdays. I .......... " arrive " ~ . . paruclpan~s ~ne correc~ ~lffures, as ~:-':Pen(l" home Wednesday the 21~t,[bration.. for this occasion. ~ ~ our t, nrlstmas ~peCl~l-- W.) The Christmas. hohdays will. begm~ (lesigna~eo ....... on ~ne 3uoges papers, e.l" the holidays. ] The talks and program show that ~ ~T~, ~,,~,~,~ at the conclusmn of the tmmester] ....................... " a .... . , .. . ~ yy K:~ 11~V%5 [x)(A~U~L 111 ~112.~,~ ~IAta.%A~. OJ[,~,~,%~.u.,e ~ . , tl sda December 20 snored De g~ven m u.u wee~ ....... - ~iss -- our council has really unusual good , . . l hohdays, on T e y, ' tan. ~1~h0^~ Vernack, who is attendingltalent among our membership ]~ edltlon of The Guardmn the many adver- land will extend to Tuesday, January/ ot at th " -" ..... n While the matter is deplored by 70~i~gt0n r, n e Holton Arms in Wash-] The last and best speech was made I,.~'~ t sements of our co-operahve friends m 12 d. c~ ~m b~ o /.......... ~d/leernb 'r~: U., wilt arrive Friday, De-[by our Worthy Chalpain Father [ ~ 4],, ...... ]r ~-te K~]~ ..... ].~ ~,,*~,'~,~'[ "g;,,*o~,~;o] ~" [Tuesday, January 2, for all but the[ an concerne.a., yet It. ]s ~ut p~oper ;~,~ ~ Db, tO snepA +~... ~...~;A ....... ;+h } .......... ~ ~L_~ } ~ bll~7 Yv Ulh U xJllt~ tbll~ ~li~l~ XlilO, ll,~l~l~ ~ } seniors The senior class will return/tna~ ~ne merits snouio go ~owaru ~ne . of|aetHEr ,. .~, ~,= .v.ua~ "'~-IwernKe. /~e sl;ressea ~fle point ~II~bl~h~~ ~.~ 1 . "~ ml " 4~,1L%~i .... / ....... -.- - - '~'~f g .eats, Mr and Mrs A C C00k[o.,h~.l;o; ..... ~ r~,,1-mh;anism is] ~X~mercanule, lnctuSWlal Drogres rne]r ~K~._-{to their classes on Wednesday, Janu-{ ~oys and g~ris ac~uauy cremrea oy t~tmmVern. " " " " I .......... '.',' .......... - ,. [.C/~ " ~ ~ . "~ ,- )-,-. . .~,l~l__._ ~.,.~ /tho judges, but in the summing up ~il ,. [ closely umted and that goodCathy]csi $" names spell Honesty and renamn y m f, e2 ...... _ ...... /was in error in the matter of percent- t~[| ~trs Jus" ~ maKe good ~nigh~s oz IJOIUlY1DUS. I -i"~It~ ,...-Jt...~.-~ 4-].,, .... -i~-I~ ......... t.*,r,~.n~,~o~. -~.~,.~ 4-]~,~ ...~-~r .~.~1 l+ootoal] ~anquer. I ' tm Mat WH~tb bll~.y U1~1 UU~ i~t~.t~ ~ll ~l~ ~.y ages )]~d~r0ra : ." thewshas returned] Therefore we should see that all up-] ~'k~ ~ [ The annual football banquet of] ' iCil0ra~a:.Vmit in the East and was ac-[.qications for membership be care-]~ O]e help and profit. ~,mlt~ College Athletic Association will}the following names and .the percent- '=:i~Iiz:'~ae(l' n, ae Mhme by her daughter. ~ [ ~;m,,z ......; .... f i~,sted~._ as to their CALKS"-[ ~r ~Wlbe held this },ear m" the Hotel Lafay-|ages attained. " ;;~de.nt _. _ atthews who ~s a stu-[,:_i_.u and we would surel- get[~ -'~ ~ , ~)ett~ on the evening of Thursday, De-| Boys---Ed Krebs Jr., 91; quinton :~h~,. - Marymount,Tarrytown on/ ....owrxrw ...... ~.~,~ r~.. our t~eaaers--- ~[cember 15th, at 7 oclock The mem-lDeClerk, 89; C Metrafler Jr., 79; :L on I,,r..... ..... ..a faithful[~ "~T,~ a~l';o';'i" xrr~* v-o~'wo" ~ff~rl+;~w ~:o l~Ibers of the football squad will belJoseph gneasal, 71. , ;~T~'~--~-~ ~,[ ~z..:_t...-~ ;o ~ ....... +here when we] f~,~ ~., m. ~. - _1 .~ ]guests of the Athlehc Assocmtmn on| G~rls Roberta Major, 98 2-3, AI- .... "':" " .... :'~" ~ " .'1 r our aovemsers, they are ourzr]enas--- ~lk,M[this occasion, and a large number ofibertine McNeil, 94; Mary Deubler, dlY|~ CO~USI ]~i:~t': :i:lPn:p~'i:;t:llk:YSH::l:o]~ they wish to be yours. They seek your i ionby the ;0t:r_ ..... ~_ ~v,vl ] called our attention to the visit of a] ~ business annually through the col- ~l . . ", .... I ........ ~ Little 1~_:_ ~ [ prince of our church, His Eminence ] Im~l~t _ _ _ _e mL f~ ,~- ~ ~ . 4~k~ [toastmaster at the ~anque~, and ~neI judges gives tHe con~esr prize zor ~ne ) .~. ""~ dock Council No. 812 ]~.n,,,Q~ ~r, ndelein to Hot Snrings] ~ umns O1 lne ~uaY (llarl an(][ ~re reaoy ~'>~/letters will be awarded by the Rev.I girls to Roberta Major, and for the , ..... t ............. - -',-t ff )-,-+ ,*o-o -,i h LKeany, Ph.D., chairman[boys to Ed Krebs, Jr. ~,][ Littl~'~ .... ~ ....... /andurgedourmenmerso~epresen~ ~ ~tu ~,~ 1.,o~ a. just u~,~, ~ ~-,p,~*~ vv ~ ~',:9 / .,: . .. / ~ -"'~ *rOck, Ark.. Dec. 7th. 1927~ ............ ~ ..... ~ "'~ .e~. ;of the atmefic commktee. / e~~g;E'S~"' ~"'| at ~he ded~cauon oz ~. ~osepn s nos-I~tl~ mem and Wlm us. I The banquet will be sponsored bY[ CUN'ARD CABIN SHIPS ~,~1~_ _ :-~.~,-,, ~o [ pital. . - ] ~ ~t ]the Philomatheia Club of which Mrs.[ ' ' ~a y Now let us compliment and thank ......... isNr Y'u .... B,gelow Robinson ,s premdent, lFortmghtly Sam,g, S. S. L,o=m T t t, attg De tteaaY/our Worthy Lecturer, 13ro. Tn. mor-/ ~ ~za(,st,~t~'---- a&~land will be directed by Mrs. M.J.I and Scythia. Was th: k%e~:n:t," .... Irissey for arranging this splendi.dl~l~ The Guardian herewith expresses its ~]Harrison, chairman of the ZnterLain~ speech of o~Yl o~e ozone .we~-|program and the Orchestra should El-| ~ ~.,of~-1~-]~ ~e~ fh;o ~,,~O,fxr or* ~n--,~,;,*-* o~e )~l~k,~ lment Committee of the club. FatherI During the season of 1928 the Can- , ,, ,- arEna i~n]gn~/o~ h~ c-mmended for its good per-t~" ~.u,~.~.~ ~-,.,x uxxxo xxw~x.d ~,-,---.l.-,..x,J,,~x.J** v~- ,e,,J ~.. , ~ ~,__ ,,___ :_ ,._..z,:_~ .,.^t_.., ,: ..... ;, ,,,., ~,~ ,~, +,~,~,~,, 5ths~=~,,~, v~onaay mgn~, uec-|formance. We also wish to thank all[~k~ our auverusmg nnenas, we apprecmte l fo," to. steamers LACONIA and xnls meetin was es- ~'+" r -- " " " " g embels who weze resent for the "~'~ fll ~" dedicated to those / m " ..... l.c the favor and on our part would call the decorations and favors w" I[ SCYTHIA as Cabin sh,pf m their 'ere ac ..... ] good attendance anct neip, ~na maae/ ~r ..... , ~ ~ c, _- J,~------ ~,3]be donated by the Philomatheia Club. lNew York-BostonoLverpom ~ervme. rove tor over io ears and U OH our Z eaoei s ~o IaVOr mere. ra att Soc:et mmencm with the SCYTHIA re to Y | this meeting one of the' best | p ' a,~| College D m " " y. | Co " g " r.--- a great extent respon-/snappiest in the history of our Coun-/~ ~ -- ,--~. " ~-~/ The College Dramatic Society waslsailing Saturday, April 28th, 1928, io,~tgress and success in the[ cil ]~ ~,,.~J~ ~)t,~[oranized last week under the direc-[ for Liverpool, via Boston, followed -~ury " . -- oi our council, thus ~ ~,J a the foundation of Little/ _ .~[~. ~r~.~,~,~,~,~.~~,~.~,~~[tion of Mr. Hugh Higgins, Associate]by the LACONIA, on May 12th, ~uncil N ..... |= _ | I r~_)~~~'~'~~~~~~|Instructor at the college, with the|fortnightly service will be provided tf ,, o~z uur Worthy~]l 1]~'~ "~" ni " . ......... I - ifollowing officers: President, Paul|exclusively for one class Cabin, Tour- _ ght also urged all mem-I~ OBITUARY ]~/~ ..... , ....... TI i"--~~_i |HealtH: vice-president and secretary, list Third Cabin and regular Third assist ' ~ E m the Selective Mere-l- - I ~llgl~l~l| I|fi~fl ~[ [-- -- ~- :-: :- - = -=- --:[ ]James Hornibrook; treasurer, James|Class passengers. ixtenslon Program, which isI ""e" ~'"~"=T LETSON I I LAl'l:ll Vligl, lIO 1 !~ ~ I I~ : .= I /O'Co.n~lL The ,uS i~ Composed ofl The entire accommodation hither- ~red by the Supreme Coun-[ "~ ............. [ ~-.- : -- -- : : .... : : '~[ ~ :-- -~_ - - -:-- -: -~] /about 25 students and is planning to|to comprising the Saloon or First prospechve t Sunda Masses 1 c medics durra the se tmn of these vessels vall be -. " members'abu;I ~r;~M.~r~m,~tLetsondiedMonday,] y . [, [~[lt~~~[ |produce severE o " "g eIClass c' " , Principles and teachings Of] x~."~,~'~'-~h- -~t her home in El~ Low Masses at 7-9 a.m. [ ]~[~[~~~'~~] | year. The club also plans to make a| available at the moderate Cabin rates, Tell them {tbout its ac-]b_.^ T,~:n~ .~h~ is ~urvived by her[ H~gh Mass at 11 a.m. [ [~~~[ |tour of some of the larger c~hes m .which much of the Second Cabin space resell, th ........ ~. .... a] -- _ ..... I hour as on Sunday evening. [ [~~'~| land the amount appears in the lists of] On the completion of the 1928 h^ " .............. ~ .... "1 MRS. KATE DEARbAUGH ] .... ]~~~~= - - :- --| [Burses which are being raised for the . IA and .~ entire Or -" __ t.onressmns. - - Toumst Season the LACON ddress was adn:;e~ed by Bro. l Funeral services for Mrs. Kate/ Confessions at the CathedrM aret the young men from thelSCYTHIA will again be operated as lea ia a ver-~ ~l-,,;r way He[Dearsaugh' 1916 Ringo, who d.~ed[heard on Saturday, the eve of H01y-[ [~~[~~~I [Diocese who are studying for the|First Class ships. The.ir empIoyment ~r Our -- ".~ ~(- .. 7" :[ Tuesday, December 6th, at a HOSpital| days and on the Thursday before the[ "~ [ priesthood, i ] during the summer will in no way El- membership I1SC arl(1 I, -- "- ~'~ Andrew's Ca ' , ~ '~ " " " "' ' s that alm,,~ ........ H,,,M_|nere' were neta a~ ~t. -| First I~riday of the Month, from ~ to.] ED KREBS JR. | It is now the mtenhon oz ~ne pupas} feet the status of the vessels during ........... ~ ........ ":' and Louisiana , " -'~ally the "Irish" was renre [thedral, Seventh . [6 and 7:15 to 8:45 p.m. To aeeom-~Who won the Boys' ]h'ize in the Elo-/of St. Annes Academy according to}the winter season when the present Not onl .......... ~_,__ Istreets, at 9 a. m. Friday in charge} modate those who cannot convenient- I cation Contest at St Edward's School | the letter from Sister M. Catherine to] policy of operating them as First hat theseyn~mse O:~r:3elt:3,of the Rev. J. P. Moran. Burial ,vas|]y come at the above hours, Co,n~es-[ "" , -~ ............ ]devote their efforts to the work of|Class will be maintained in keeping ~ of t--- am s r p . }in Calvary cemetery. Pallbearers| sions are also heard for one-half hour [ ~heir co-operation during' the year,[increasing the Burse in honor of the}with the high standards of the Cunard redes, colors, prozes Ed a were J H Funk, Will Brelbach, re -'nd ~ a a re ue th all circle late Bishop F~tzgerald, second Bishop ru se ro e terial ......... =[ " ' ' .[befo . the Low Masses on Sunda~,[., n d~ q st at " | "' ' ' ~" ' /Winter ,C i p gramm . , splrll;Ual Hi;erasure, last ..... '. . . }Dillon, Will Rogoski, Ralph Davis and|and every morning, before the 8] chtdrmen nmke final returns during| of Little Rock. | .mtt I%II~ule in lac~ our! ~ , '~ hip s~_ _ " . . Charles S. Haler. {o clock Mass. /Lhe present month. Mrs. Kenney, I Two schools in Lhe Diocese have nowt ~erns ~o cover a glea~ I ]es~ e al o x ssed her ~alsed one hundred dollars each for a~n ......... "-'"-~"'" JOHN F. FROLEY [ The annual meeLino- nf the Cathe-[appreeiatin for the honor conferred]the Bishop ~yrne J~urse, ~t. 2~nne si "'" quantities. Brorner ~ ~" '" - "~ ' ith and the Ca ~s Well 1. ...... ,^.. ~.~ ...;~.. John F. Froley, aged 66, died at/dral Aid Society wa~ held on Monday, tn her, a~d asked for a continUance|Academy of Fort.tim , ...... ~-~ .-,,w, ~u~ ,,,~ ,~,~a thedral :~cnool Ctllldrerl oI I ltlb]e I~OCK rtainin.. ,_~ ..... ~ .a.:_ ---as 9:55 a. m. Friday at his home, 1404]December 5th, at 3:15 p. m, in the[f the apter~did co-operation which ,,., ..... ~ , ., .] s best ~-~"~ anu ~ .... .~'.~ Maple street, North Little Rock. He/Cathedral School parlors, with an ex-lh~d Mways been evider~t in the so-] In a~c, mon ~o the aoove t.~o otherI ~nu made a glea~ m~ / c] Fathcr Moran b the ~upermi oI tne~ e sons ec )t ely Mrs John L Kenney, who was 3 at~di. .... is survived by his wife, thre ,~ 1 ion ally large attendance of mere-| " : ..... I ' ". : , ~ 1 - ~ I el ~ h omm schoola m the D]oco~e ~ave snown a ~l'e ~r:[_" . Tom, John and James Froley, all of,bets present, and with the president,| ected as pres'dent ~or t e c " g] ,- , , ,(,- ~" . r v ugram was earned in .......... . . .. ,' -,-~--.- rm~ r~..~.~ ~. .... ;.. ,~.~ .~.., w~iyear has Mways been a most active.lgreat] il~,teres); in ~ne J~urse, namely n ..... . Mrs. Julia Fitzpatrick of Heavener, ] . , ~aae ]~s rem~er a [~bl ~ ~ an If 11 the ~chools of the Diocese P P a remdent of y f, |led the potation of cha rm Uud Okla. He had been [' . ...... a s ' . er D] I b( encoura ed to take an rater "rector Thomas H ........... ~- ~ man .... eals of the Welfare Circle during the cou d ~ 'g - y 8.D,4 )) .,., INorEfl l~lEl:]e -~0C,~ ~,,~ ' a a "~ ) , ~n~'~,went over big,. l~r.o, and formerly was engaged in ~oad |.pas~ year. The meeting, adjourned|eat m these Burses, ,they .would be s ~ never knew I dmiss fin~ soenal seumon with C~rcle No 1, comp]e ed m a very snort hme md rec construction.Funeral services took I ...... [" ' .... e~ved ~hundermg ap , Mrs Burrows, chart-man serving re I ~t - " ' -place Monday evenii~g at 9 o clock ~ s. " , " " "-~ ~ : : : = = : : : : : 4' only from the present au H tee Mls A freshments Father Moran, Spmtual ~t ". -with Requiem Mass B. Rev. Geo. .[ , ". J. Hayden; SickCom-[ . .. "" " [[ ~,~,w~vl~, a telegram armved from t ~ I Director of the Aid Society, was pres C(. McDermott. Present in the sanctuary lnfit ee, {rs. Thomas Chichester. Mrs.~ " "[ ? |]INW~ 1 IllCs. ~ ~VA I ! A 1~ go who was hsLenmg were e Car M I Harrison chmrm n ~ ent m~d congratulated the members 1% " i the Rev. Fathers KeEn y, -] ... ". , " a of the Ira - l " , . l ~ ....... I q193]H[AT a thrill as the ad~o and re uested an, , eum n n ~o~ tbe f/no work accomphshed dur * - q rit3, Wernke, Duffy and Desmond ish R "o Co anaittee gave a de- - : -- = -- -" ....... - ~ good ship drawa 7o112 ' " ,, . Bro. Mather to singlBuria1 services were in Calvary cem-ltailed report of the ]ate carnivM held}mg the yeaz. ] Social Activities at St. Joseph's nearl "The deepest green ;uachree.,, Another tele-!etery, conducted by Father McDer-l in aid of the work of the society,[ The first meeting of the new yearI School. that's e'er been seen"-- received from Bro. Ca- '~mott, " land turned over a check for more}w-ell be held in the Cathedral School| Plays, entertainments, and social a huge emerald rising son, KEn. Brother Mathert ~ ILhan six hundred dollars as a result|pnrIors on ~onday, January 2. At|gatherings are educational as well as from the seal Ireland-- ~s number "Mother Ma- MRS. BARBARA KING'S [of the evening's.entertainment. Mrs..[this meeting the circles will makelwholesome recreation for al] who take the homeland | What joy' ro O'DOWD our oldest Harl~son was given a I~sm vole of thmr final re rts for the ear then art an them nae--~: ] WILL LEAVES $14,000 " " " " g i " po - y ] P : tO visit old scenes etched .,,a+er and the oldest 4th[ TO rATI-I~IIC CAt)qE~lthanks for the splendid work whiP, tended and the newly elected officers[ Realizing this/the pupils oL St. deep in memory--the ]ght m the United StatesI __ }she had brought to a' successfUl con-IT|I[ be suitably instal/ed. Circle No.[Joseph's School reded by the Chins- place of your birth--the mE. Bro. Frank J. Ginoc-[ tB,, N ' ~xr o ~,~ ..... ~vi,~x [clusion. She announced that CireIe[2 wiII serve, and an entertainment[tian Mothers' Society, got up an ap- scenes of your youth| Called on phone and ex-[ ~, v'~.~ r~",~v'~"'~. ~: ,,~( .viNo. 1, Mrs. Burrows, chairman, had[:will be givem Ipropriate Thanksgiving social, Their regret ~or not being able ] ,,"-"~ ~-]~'[-'.-~'~'~" ~" ,~_~._ ~"~:~' .... ~ [ been awarded the special prize fbl)[ During this month all of the circles [ efforts were rewarded fcr a large i S AI L 1 N G S ~wrs. ~ur~uru ~leaenourg ~mg oi ~ New York to Cobh (Queens- h us We trust that he~-- Y k "i ............ |the best decorated booth at the re- [wilI eIeet their chairmen for the corn- }number of their relahvcs and fmends, town) and Liverpool, a " ~ew or" ~J W, ~i4,vvu was Q1sI~rlD- , .... nd enjoyed the program./. +.~ ....... ,-;...: .... : ++^_. l un,on and that the tab]+ premded ore,'/ mgye~r, ~he seIeehons to be announc-/came to make the pro3ect a success, t SAIVIARIA Dec 3, u~u +u ocvc. ~+u~**t*~+ *.++*+u++u,+~ ..... ANDANIA +Jan" 7 lections rendered b,, our] ........ ,- .. .... [by the members of Circle No. I hadled at the first meeting m January.] Thus encouraged, the pupils areI ASCANIA (H) ~Ian[ l'~ J as XOltOWS: ~. 2~avler s t;ol]ege, ,)~,- ' . ~tra, our ~.....a Kni~ht] .............. ]raised the largest amount of money.[ cb,~J, of tlhe Holy Soul.. Inow preparing a Chrmtmas play. The] ANDAN|A Feb 4 cPlat~d:nEmblmee:>:: / ;!!::'$$:~0:0:!;C~;L ~!$e[!:i;tI?:i!c~!; / i: ;/ ~::; ip::ni?:yd:! !i+~ N!;>~!:ioi:~vh:: liii] CARONIA "Fel)" ,, %':32:, ; : o2: TL'd& ?o '"' "": '+ 1 *Via Boston. (H) Via Halifax. a e r olle- N. York, Londonderry, Glasgow } LETITIA Dec. 24 Y with his" talk took us| .... ~;~ ^^~. ~.. ~+. , ... / officers too place. Mrs. H. H. Me5-| half hour before the ~Iass. I wou " . . "rPg. | ATHENIA Jan. 7 / ~ne Ageo, ~z,uuu, ~ lvlaly S /'lOS 25 "'ea-- - " .___, . " " . " ~.. "[ers, chairman of the Nominating Com-[ ~fasshs on Chrlm~mas Day at 7:30, [higher grades will stage the little ] CAMERONIA Feb. 4 # rs, wnen our c~un I p~tal, $%000, St Aloysms urpnan ~ a "T er tt0 eX: ........ ' " " " "/mittee reported for that committee,|8, aug 8-30 n m [Christmas pl y, h e Is No Room. LET1TIA (H) Feb. 18 m~ence ana pare a z]t- age, $1,000; St.Mary's Schoolfor ," . " " " , ), . CAMERONIA Mar. 3 :e to t ...... ! . /and the follo~mg were unammously| B,dtop Byr~e Bur, e. |In the Inn. It ]s a story of a Jew-[ LETITIA (H) Mar, 17 ne me4n~ers ot tHat G~rls~$1,000 eft m ty of t~ .[ .. " ....... [elected to serve the society for the[ During- the past week, the Rev.[ish family r ~s" g shelter to some [ CUNARD q Hem were presen~ Mrs ~lng was ~ne mo~ne~ oI ~ne t v ler~ of Whom ] " . . . " I coming year President,: Mrs. John{ James P. Moran, rector of the Cathe-[poor tra e ~. ! A,D ANCHOR mrs are no~ among us well known Jesmt soclolog]st, Fathe~ ro ram ~s tie als ..... [ ". ....... 7r '[L. Kenney; first vice-president, Mrs.]d ,l, anff ~ustodian :for the Bishop[ The p g " scheduled :for Sun-] BANKERS TRUST CO, b.~ -~ expressed n]s ptea-]Fredemc hindenburg, b. o., oI ~oyom| M. J. Itarrison; second vice-president,| Byrne Burse, received a substantial}day, December 18, at 8 p .m. The] 2o2 w. 2nd St., Little Rock. e'~i ~ne spirit and enthu-[ University, Chicago. IMrs. H. H. Meyers; third vice-presi-[ donation to the Burse from the pu-[public is cordially invited and prom-I 2ndF'andR" PENNELL,Louisiana Sts. " ~ present administration.| ~ ' [dent, 3Ira. Edwin Wells; treasurer, lpils of St. Anne's Academy of Fortlised an enjoyable evening. / ~ers 0.f the evening were] Padre: "Do you take this woman|Miss Florence Cash; secretary, Mrs. ISmith ] - Wilma Crammer / [.Ig, Bro. Connolly, Bro. I for butter or for wurst?" I Frank Severson.At the conclusion~ The don~Lio~ of twenty-five dollars| ] r0 ) . [ "" + . . .(3 Down, Bro. Mullen, I Hadre: "0~, liver alone. Inever of the meeting, Mrs. Franz, retiring~wfiicb the pupils had raised through l 'The best thing to give to your ~, our wartime Grand l sausage nerve!" president, thanked the members foran ~r~erta~e.J: "~as forwarded to child is a good example."--Balfour.