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ii:  &apos; PAGE TWO I i * LAYMEN'S COUNCIL. * The game which is to be played for * * the championrh'p of the Parochial * The Laymen's Council con- * grade schoels of Little Rock, will * venes at 9 o'clock next Sunday * hohl forth on the grounds of the St. * morning, December 19, at Lit- * Joveph's Orphanage. corner of Twen- * tie Rock College, Pulaski * ty-tifth and Gaines streets, and a * Heights. Bishop Morris will * warm contest between these two well * be present. * matched elevens is expected. , ] .  Fo'lowing in the wake of this game: ]:t baket-hall team w!l be selected] ---- [from among the large number of I Mr. A. W. Geheb of Barling was a I i:layer s at St Andrew's and much in-I Guardian visitor this week. terest lms been aroused among tbe boys of the School. Rev. Father Itaeringer and John THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920. @ Church Calendar .......... J ,/ NEXT WEEK Sunday, December 19.IIV. OF ADVENT--St. Nemesion, martyr, who was condemned during the persecution of Deeius. The joyful manner in which he met his death inspired those about him to embrace Christianity. Monday, December 20.--St. Philogonius, who achieved great success as a lawyer, chiefly because of his eloquence. His holiness caused him to be advanced to the see of Antioch. He died in 322. Tuesday, December 21.--St. Thomas, one of the fishermen on the lake of Galilee whom Our Lord called to be an apostle., He was slow to believe and very apt to see difficulties, but withal had a loving, sympathetic and courtgeous heart. Wednesday, December 22.--St. Ischyrion, martyr. He was an inferior officer to a titled Egyptian, whocommanded him to sacrifice, and, on his refusal, killed him by plunging a stake into him. Thursday, December 23.--St. Servulus, a beggar, who was afflicted with palsy I [ _ m ---1 II ' .i I, The smaller checking accoun are given ! the most careful detail attention at this bank, where good service is the rule. , Ac an E ROCK ihoma- Leiple speak ag was Mr. Cincinnati. Spooner of St. Vincent, Ark., were ..... from infancy. He bore his sufferings with great fortitude. At his death in Little Reek Tuesda: The Chri:tma: program will be the he bid his friends gather about and sing symns. Suddenly he stopped [.ame as usual, namely: Midnight them and cried out: "Silence! do you not hear the sweet melody and Almanacs -- 1921 Almanacs -- at[Mass and low Mas3 at 6:30. 7:30 and praise which resound in the heavens?" BOOKERY. [9:30 a.m. Friday, December 24.St. Delphinus, Bishop, who assisted at the council of ..... [ Saragossa in 330 and later at the Council of Bordeaux. He died in 403. Dr. C. W. Dixon and Mrs. Dixon] ST. JOIN'S SEMINARY. Saturday, December 25.THE NATIVITY OF CHIlIS'r, Christmas Day, the of Douglas, Ark., are doing their t  __ (lay on which Jesus was born in a Christmas shopping in- Little Rock. Ce'ebration at Bauxite welcome the Christ-ehihl in the'.r Possessed of a strong character she Mr and Mrs -. HTWalton of New I Sunday was indeed a (lay of great hearts on Christmas Day. cast a charm around her; ber child- (jmemg that will long be lemem port visited Little Rock this week. ]: ..... ' - The party had dinner in camp and ten, grand-children and great-grand [btrCdnbOlb by the Mexicans at Baux- then reln,ned to the Seminary in the ..... -- .... / a (I the fortunate "tudents of St r. aonn enraz OI vocanonms, t " " " ' " 2f',ernoon, having vewe(I the m!nes came over Wednesday to see the city John s Seminary, who lind t',e pr:vi- and variou's points of interest It was ........ tege cf helping them to celebrate in m nonuay aure. , unanimously agreed that they had a roD'S . fitt'ng manner, the Feast of spent an exceedingly pleasant day Have you a Catholic Picture in your Our Lady of Guadalupe, the Patron and are most grateful to the kind She has joined the loved ones gone home? BOOKERY carries those of Saint of Mexico. CarmeFte Fathers for the t,'ip. It was before in that home not made with artistic merit. Framed and un- Under the able and efficient diree-lenjoyed by each and every one who hands where the tried and true of I framed. 309 W. Second. tion of Roy. Fathers Edward. O. C.I.h.dl look forward to many more such earth find at last their eternal re- I D., and Raymdn(1, O. C. D., a party )leasant jaunts, ward. Their crown promised by Our Mr. Leland Loekhart, one of the of ten sem:narians had their first ex- .Saviour who said "Come unto me and e pemnce of eal mission r veteran enginemen on the Me. Paeifi , '" " " a y llfe. Upon I I will give -ou rest" Mrs Rouan I now running on MeGeehee and Mem- their arrival at Bauxite, they traveled ]l t ... _ ,  " . ""  ,,? [ to the Mexican a ............ a is SUlWlVe(l ey one son, eon bUlllvan ] phis division, was a welcomed guest " cmp in true mission-ll OBITUARY I a member of the Brickey Me, cantilel of the Bookery this week, while doing ary sty:e, which all agree was quite II I ........ ! ,,  o., one (mugner, lwrs toula tog-I d to he wa fo be mnes Little Reek shopping. He returue " Y " g" ". to travel The ers of B'ytbeville, four -rand child I McGeehee Thursday i('amp was arrayed in holiday attire[' MRS. MAltY SCHRATZ. ren" ,'- g -,, "l " ,d!!:ilt:e!l l:APc:h:!!c!f?at. .am, iour great-grand-chilaren, WHAT SHALL I GIVeEs? A v'sl!3; st :eabllea:i:l;y of O:eLnttl2 old Catho2:  iS:ihdeatt: :ldofn;::e:cM:xteLdU::lB:;Ythy THE BOOKERY dec'd that-- ' ' t ul portrait was l d :: ...... r . ...... and love. May she rest in peace [ West Second--opposite postoffice. I o'slrined directly above the altar,[ agel o, met mere on lov. x, mm " I I::hmh2: was buried fl'om St. Pau]:s church on E--I]--- Old Fashioned Dance. iavmo: stb:fu;V|:::::l?aifn:':a;:" dha:g23::l., S: ciSHuwdn :/N::e NEAR AS?HAEI IEsFLuMS The ladies of the Good Co, nsel Par- . nd must be attributed great ] ' " """ " "- I BARRED TO PRIESTS I ..... port and five sons ish in committee are very busy ar- prmse. H|s foresight and painstaking I "" I - ] ranging for an old fashioned dancing pre0arations made the trip possible; IOHN HENCHF (By N C W. C. News Sewice ) party on December 27. while lheir ,'ea(lv wit and humor "   " I New York, Dec. 13--Catholic Kaiser Lang, an old time expert, kept the boys in the best cf spirits John ttenche formerl- in business priests anxious to instruct Catholic[ on the square and round, will lead at a 1 times. The hu,,,e snccrss of th .............. oiphans n the . froth are being re- the march to the strain of old hme eelebrathm must also be .hared by h"s rtzse( a(mu'anee into orphan asy-{ confrere, Fr. Edward, who aided in dohn's parish there later residing at i!um s conducted under the superv'sion i music, no small degree to tlae joy and merri- l'ocahontas, (lied in St. Louis, Mo., last of protestant directors and which ae 1 , week. Mr. Henehe was a great lover of being supported paVtly by eontribu- I Holy Childhood Sealing Stamps, lc ment of the entire journey, music, and well skilled in the choral tions of American Catholics to the] for your packages and letters--- The ohl fashioned way of beating a chants of the church with always a BOOKERY has them. Help the Lit- huge iron ring' with a piece of iron melnbership in the choir of the church %mmittee for Near East Relief in tie Ones in need. is still in vogue at Bauxite, so the where he resided. Syria, saw with which they eml the men to q'hi information, together with the Gifts Appreeir.ted. dinner also called tim men to chu:ci. .MILS. CLARA A. ROUSSAN. ;act lhat mnisters of other religions A very prominent man was asked;It was a'ded by a small cannonade of are gNing instruction to these ehil- what was the most appeciate(I gift he lfireorks that had been purchased for Pioneer Catholic Woman of Oseeola dren, and that Major Nicol and other had ever received, and Ins answe tlc th (hen oi th ca ". ' " :' '. " e "" np. Soon the membe,s of the Near East committee was, a rosary, which he received over t,,llc camp seemed to pour forth D!es After a Long Life of De- vltedness to Church and are establishing, with American twenty-five years ago from the ladylfrom the p!nes as.if from the earth funds, schools ,nd co:leffes that are' who later became his wife Tlmt gift, it elf and the Church s o . " " " " ." , ' wa." so e m- Family. opposed to Catholic institutions wasl not so much from i! value nor from pleteiy filled tlmt many had to stand St. Matthews Church, Osceola, sus- "eceivcd here today by the Right Rev. i the one that presented it. but because i outside. The large number of confes-ltaine d a severe loss on the Feast of Monsignor Joseph Freri, director of t of the deep rehgmus ,,fervr whmh. it I :ons as" edifying.' ' Fr. Edward cele- our Immaculate Mother, when the the Society of the Propagation of the I instilled in his heart And ever since b:ated the High Mass which followed, soul of Mrs. Clara A. Roussan, passed Faitl: ir a lettei, froa Monsignor[ ,, " " " I Qiannlni, Apostolic delegate to Syria. then, he stud, I choose my gfftslMv. Taulty and Mr. Fees assisted as I :o her eternal reward. She was born; The secretary to the Apo'stolie d le- from something religious, a rosary, a lacolytcs anti Mr. Leppert aeted ascii n St. Genevive, Me., 1846; her par- crucifix, a statue or a religious pic-lcnsor_bearev" The choir compesed of lent s being of French extraction. The: gate declares that it is prob-'bIe that[ ture. A visit to a church goods sup- .:essrs. Gaffney, Felcamp, Crann, i deceaved possessed all the good qual-i Wa/ter George Smith, the epresenta- ply house settles all my doubts as to GaEagher, DeMott, Grzybowski, and I itie: of the French peop'.e, among tire of the Near East Relief has been what to give." McManus, directed by Fr. Raymond i others and ch:ef of which, was her unable to make good his promise to rendered the 'Missa tle Angelis.' [ove for Mother Church. Leon Rous- have the alms collected distribute ROSARIES---All kinds, all prices, A sermon admirably chosen to fitl san, her brother, together with her with imparUality and without any at- at BOOKERY. h occasion was preached by Fr. mother, Mrs. Sophia A. Rousan, and tempt at protestant proselytism. Raymond. We had the pleasure of see-i her youngest siter, Lula, now Mrs. ,ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL leg him robed in the white mantle OiG. R. (h.ickey, came to Oseeola in ART METAL GOODS--Everything I NOTES. l:o Carmelites, whmh suggested to l<q70 In 1871 the deceased was wid- in the Religious line--Crucifixes, Can- our minds scenes in whmh those great l owed antl came to Osceola, where she dlesticks, Fonts, Statues and Medal- The boys of St. Andrew's Cathedral men stood in the midst of the poor ihas ever since resided. Therefore the lions for CHRISTMAS GIFTS at School have organized a football team Indians, anti preached to them the i Roussans and Matthewu were the first BOOKERY. and will play their first game against word of Gcd. His imposing and pic- t Cathoiics in Osceola. Tl Semmes he team from the School of Our Lady ure:'que figure was sermon enough l and Listens followed shortly after. of Good Counsel on Saturday morn- for llmse who did not understand bisiTbese families were the beginning of CHdSTIBS GIFTS ing, December 18th, at 9:30. eloquent (liscourre on Our Lady ofi the Church and were the founders The boys have displayed much in- Guadalupe. In vpirit h brought back'. :rod builders of St. Matthews Church. FOR OtlLDRF21 trest in the coming game and every his hearers to December 12th, 1539,! Mrs. Rou.,an gathered the chihlren evening for the past two weeks they hen Our Lady designed to leave her i i(,gelhcr in her home in 1875 amlfrom have been practicing faithfully on the school grounds under the direction of )icture on the tihna of Juan Diego, a i th.tt lime on, she has been superin- PleaSeourTiemBestWithsellersBooks--SOmeat $1.00, of Mr. Frank A. Loda, star half-back on poor Indian. His description of the i temtent of the Sunday school. The the Litt:e Rock College eleven the apparition was couched in the most !dearcvt w;sh of her hea't wa to seo b"autiful phrases which the Silver-!:t church bnilt-at Oseeola. When it Captain Ted. past season, and William S. Allen, a ounding Spanish language possesses Iwa, finished in 1879 her dear heart A Khmdike Picnic. member of the Little Rock College, This apparition, Our Lady left as a felt that her work and that of the few Test of Courage. Junior High School eleven, o-e token to the Mexican people, the[ fami ies had indeed been rewarded. Children of the Log Cabin. After much effort on the part of mo, al of the sermon turned on the l Funeral Services. Jack Hildreth on the Nile. thee two coaches the following have words which she spoke to the Indian, On Thur:'day, Dee. 9th, her body Petronilla. been so|coted to represent the Cathe- who being afraid to meet her again, wr:; borne to the Clmrch by loving Forgiw and Forget. dral School in the coming ame: Bra-]choe a different road to go back to h-mds, some of whom had been her Mystery of Itol'nby Hall, d.v, lo, Perry lt. Kirby lg, Falk c. ' " .'-': village. "Why do you tak that llmpils. Mass was said by Fatl'er Otto[ Fabiola. Burns r, Donalme ,t, Rob'non re,]road, my son," she sa:d to him "Go Butterbach who oa;d a fitUng tribute ltarmony Flats. i I ' -- Allen qb, Lewis rhb. LaForge lhb, bac k on the other road and you will 'o her wo-ih o hr piety and her I -O iin,tit strewn wi.h fezes." The 'ch. -e:,l well her Ch,'istian fort;-l Some of Our Best Sellers at $1.25. pro as One Worry is ver cr ihcn asked'his listeners why they .... do u-d,'r s:cknes and affFction. When You Decide on had Fit the hautiful e|:;tois of their rer :-oul seemed to say in th word Tempos! ef the l]eart. A CHRISTMAS GIFT wn t,'ue Christian, Cathol!c country I f St. Augnstine, "4 shall have no Marcella Grace. and entreated them to frequent t,iae .... st oh, Lord. save in Thee." The Turn of lhe Tide. SELECT A GOOD BOOK Sacraments and live as upr'ht Chris-lohoh. composed of loving friends Facing Danger. [ticn peop!e. He cnecmraged them t') ',n" the hymns .,he loved so well. Mostly Boys. :.cspoml lo the call of Our La(ly hYi'7,o body was convoyed to V:olet Ce - Cupid (;f Campien. Here Is a Splendid Selection oming back to her as th Dor Indian 'tory where, amid the prayers of the Tom Playfair. ISABEL C. CLARKE'S NOVELS had do.e in the bygone ,ge. [--o)le and th', tears of re'ativcs and That Football Game. "Lady Trent's Daughter" Then Father Edward Soler, the friends she was laid to rest. Claude Lightfoot. "The Deep Heart" astor, made a few appropriate re-. Our Mother Mary, called her on her , "The Elstones" "arks. He ca:led to their mind the be,,nt:ful Feast, a fitting reward for Postpaid 10c Extra. "Only Anne" 're)roaching Feast of Christmas o I her life of good deeds and acts of "Ursala Finch" ':hat that might prepare to celebrate  mercy and love. The Altar Society Opposite Postoffice "t in the most fitting ganner. He will mi'ss her, the Church will miss 13 0 0 K E R Y Per Copy, $2.25--Postpaid, $2.40 wants it to be the first and best fruits her, her fr!ends and her family ill f he Patron's Feast Day that many.bare ever cause to remember her. 309 West Second :809 W. 2d--BOOKERY--Little Roeko may approach the Sacraments and Wessed With Great-Grand Children. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. ePutation, The checking accounts of small businesses sol ted that at ::i SPeakers, of real subst laving chose Union and Mercantile:'000,o00o, bo, all Catholi, ent of its Trust Company I rs of a m L a. most im] lhies not onl Second and Louisiana Q,-*Atalso of th t = 'lldkamp into th a strikin t-of war--d J[. tribulation -- I I PI -. discontent II , ===:=Ah,world a stable at Bethlehem..  f0rce the " i mer, society, I ' t'5 if'I" * | . llhUrMation," Haley HornlDrOO,,t00mmed, children idolized her, while the mem-I[ Ve][l[lla[!n  aild bcrs of her Church and those of thej I All Kmds' of Reeling' tributes which make a perfect Chris.l I, ,'" ,,** " tian. To know her was to love her t il[.]r_ ' CENTRAL Capital Stock ........... $100,000 Surpl/us ............... 10,000 We are constantly adding new aeotmt business is increasing at a very satisfaetorY However, we shall be glad fo have you with is our inflexible rule not to impart informati][ cerning t.e deposits of others ]HI 00XEHAH0000 HA][00HAL AqNOUNC b ahoney, de Ire his frie al of his , toss street lg. Pho dy in S 'en, cont sugar sei Schools m interest order Cm W Texark of St for tal Now at 113 West Second St. STENC M. LITTLE ROCK, CAPTITAL and SURPLUS; $500,00 Servicer W| g ORD  DIOCES -'OUR ASSETS ARE OVER TWO MILLION oR-o RY309 We make a specialty of investing same L LE first mortgage loans--and therefore supp# t'tstomel's and estates we represent with g0'qLLo CEN'. vestlnents--We act as achninistrators and ex Tb Me 192S Pulaski and tinder Will of many estates in  DR1 counties in this state---We will be pleased t0! you. h Store of PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BAN 1 Little Rock, Arkansas McKI EWEL] Open an account with COMMERCIAL TRUST Frmerly LASKER-MORRIS BANK & TRUST Fourth and Main If Deposited in Savings Account will earn 4 % Repairi St. Litth lille / always expresses to the passer-by the. lovi with which it was selected. If you have a such a memorial, we will carry it to the last accordance with your desire. We are at vice for monumental work of any kind. No Agents--No Commission. Write for MONAHAN & 412414 Weet Markham SL LITTLE AT N ATA