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THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 31, 1943 PAGE THREE PEaSONAL and SOCIALI00"0000P STORIES ' ' , SUBMITTED Telephone or Send Social Items to The Guardian [ ...... Office, 309 West Second St., Phone 5486, by I lvlol xJ Noon Tuesday. [ .t ROGERS-ERIIART ;t. Andrew's Catnedral, Men- morning, December 27, Miss Sue Erhart, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Frank J. Erhart, became bride of Lt. John Thomas Rog- Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John of Corydon, Ia., at a Nup- Mass. The Very Rev. Msgr. L. Keany officiated at the assisted by the Rev. B. McDevitt. Keith Vinson- Ned Wright and Philhp were altar boys. The bride given in marriage by father, wore a wedding gown white taffeta with a bertha of lace caught in front by a brooch, gift of her grand- mother, Mrs. E. F. Shader. Her ealotte of Chantilly lace was caught to her hair by a spray of range blossoms. Miss Marjorie Boeving, Poplar Me., maid of honor, wore dress of blue taffeta and darried Colonial bouquet. Miss Mary Hill and Miss Katherine wore similar dresses of taffeta, and Miss Mary Anid and Miss Jeanne Fuller were in pink dresses of the style. Mr. Rogers served his son as man. Groomsnen were Lo- Omohundro, cousin of the bride, Jack Chestnutt, Walter Kel- ler, Jr., and Henry F. Deckshot. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Erhart entertained with a wedding breakfast at their home. Assisting in serving were: Mrs. Gilroy Cox, Mrs. W. H. Hundling, Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., Mrs. A. W. Parke, Mrs. H. A. Schaer, Jr., Mrs. Roy E. Chase, Mrs. Edward Gaunt, Mrs. Rodney Parham, Mrs. Helen Gracie, Mrs. Grocer T. Owens, Mrs. C. N. Rainwater, Mrs. S. P. Davis, Jr., Mrs. Olive Jones, Mrs. Marjorie Pierson, Mrs. James Wallin, Mrs. O. D. Tucker, Mrs. Carroll Thibault, Mrs. Alice P. Bond, Mrs. Alfred Lund, Mrs. Alfred Kahn, Mrs. M. J. Harrison, Mrs. G. Russell Brown, and Mrs. C.R. Chestnut. Serving the punch were: Mrs. Robert Gordon, Miss Elizabeth ,afferty, Miss Ce- cile Stafford, Miss Elizabeth Gunn, and Miss Suzanne Hundling. Miss Mildred Harrison was in charge of the bride's book. Out-of-town guests for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas Rogers, parents of the bridegroom, Mrs. Edward Thomas Thompson, aunt of the bridegroom, and Miss Elizabeth Thompson, cousin of the bridegroom, all of Corydon, Ia., and Lt. James E. Belknap of Poplar Bluff, Me. T. RANGE BUT rR.u E L,ttle-Known Fact, I:o, Cathol,$ St. Vincent's Students Give Program St. Vincent's.--On December 23, at 8 in the evening, the pupils and teachers of St. Vincent's School presented a Christmas program. A song, Christmas Welcome was sung by the school chorus, while the pupils of the primary grades sang the Land of Nod. Students of the intermediate grades gave the Christmas Package Drill. Characters in the three plays, "Mrs. O'Malley's Christmas," "Sil- ver Wings for Christmas", and "Red and the Christmas Whop- pers" were: Mildred .Wiedower, Bernard Pfeifer, Frances Zimmer- man, Ernest L. Zimmerman, Charles Sponer, Louise Sponer, Lucille Waggoner, Bernice Spon- or, Leon Beck, Marie Wiedower, Isidore Nell, Fred Briggler, Carl Nell, Dorothy Gottsponer, Anton Beck, Marie Burgener, Cleo Hart- man, Otto Zimmerman. Louis Bur- goner, Naomi Beck, Loretta Beck, Helen Berkemeyer, Otto Hofherr, Anton Beck, Monica Nell, Mary Ruth Beck, and Lucille Burgener. The program was ended with the choral rendition of 'Goodbye." Catholic Daughters Head Hospitality Committee At Club Little Rock. -- The Catholic Daughters of America will serve on the Club Hospitality Committee of the NCCS-USO Club at 112 East 7th Street on Sunday, Jan- uary 2nd. Miss Louise Malarcher, U.S.O. Chairman, will have charge of the Sunday and will be assisted by the members of the Catholic Daughters. Coffee and rolls will be served to the men and women in service at the morning coffee hour and coffee and sandwiches will be the feature of the afternoon refresh- n:ent hour. All service men and women are welcome to drop in the Club at any time during the day. nYl U. Students Leave Study In Mexico ()--Sixteen students of University have left Quebec take a three months course of at the University of Mexi- They are the first group of ROGOSKI - PLUMBING COMPANY PLUMBING- -HEATING Little Rock Since 1897 W. 7th Phone 9942 Fentress Mortuary The Only gstebllshncnt in Westera Arkansas designed, built and dedi- ed exclusively for Funeral $orv. ICES. PHONE 6178 IN,@ --, Canadian students to accept the invitation of the Mexican Minister of Social Welfare, Dr. Baz. These students will be good- . will ambassadors of French Cana- dian culture and of Laval Uni- versity, where they have been studying Spanish. St. Anthony's Hospital MORR:LTON, ARK. Happy New Year Ball Electric Co. 2519 Schiller Phone No. 4-4904 THE CHRISTIAN BROTHERS ALTAR WINES (Monk La Salle Altar Wines) Made with painstaking care under the devoted supervision of RELIGIOUS who know the requirements of .the Church In regard to wine used in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, the Validity of MONT LA SALLE ALTAR WINES is assured and accepted by Metropolitans of the Church and local Bishops. IV very container of MONT LA SALLE ALTAR 'WINES distributed by us is FILLED and SEALED by The Christian Brothers themselves at their Novitiate in Napa, California. Mrs. Blick Martin headed the NCCS-USO Club Hospitality Com- mittee, who sponsored the re- freshment hour on Sunday, De- cember 26. Serving with Mrs. Martin were Mrs. J. O. Martin, Mrs. A. E. Epple, Mrs. J. L. Kenney, Mrs. John Dashbach, Mrs. Katherine Dehmer, Miss Sue Cannon, Miss Ethyl Cannon, and Miss Ruth Scott. Coffee and rolls were served the men who dropped in for the Communion breakfast, and coffee and cake was the feature of the afternoon refreshment hour. Student Panel Reviews Problems Of Youth Los Angeles. 0)--A student panel presenting the views of high school youth on the problems that confront hem both in and out of school was one of features of the annual institute of the Cali- fornia unit of the Secondary School Division of the National Catlaolic Educational Association. Educators from all parts of California attended the sessions at the Catholic Girls' High School, which were opened, with the cele- bration of Mass by the Most Roy. John J. Cantwell, Archbishop of Los Angeles. Notable among the speakers was the Rt. Roy. Msgr. James T. O'Dowd, Director of Archdiocesan Charities, who spoke on "Catho- lic High Schools and Catholic Leadership." The Rev. Dr. Pat- rick J. Dignan, Superintendent of Archdiocesan Schools contributed a paper on "The Catholic High School and the Present Crisis." A session on "The High School and the Liturgy" was led by the Rev. Robert Brennan. Hflaire Belloc Pleads For Restored Poland London. (E)--The London Week- ly Review in a November issue printed an article entitled "Po- land is tim Criterion" written by Hilaire Belloc. The English writer asserts that only the rebirth of a strong Po- land con give evidence of vic- tory. Should the Allies fail to understand the role of Polahd as a key-stone nation--indispensable to lasting peaceand not give the Poles freedom and indepen-i dence, the war will have been lost, he says. -- iiiii I ) uI HIMSTEDT Plumbing & Heating Company Serving Little Rock For More Than 20 Years Installation and Repairs of PLUMBING & HEATING 321 We.st Capitol Phone 6153 Little Rock, Arkansas Reliable--Satisfactory I- I II _J BILL SCHMIDT bIONT LA SALLE ALTAR WINES ARE NEVER SOLD IN AUTO-PARTS 00IQUOR STORES. & TIRE CO. Distributed only by. Harold F. Schutte Distributmg Company , P00TS FoR ALL CARS, 314 N. Askew Avenue Kansas City 1, Mo. Vulcanizing . Retreading, , (Write for complete Price List and please mention S08-1O Towsen Ave. The Guardian) Dial 4147 Fort 8miflz, Ark, 00ireater Little R0ck Activities St. Andrew's Cathedral Sunday Masses at 6, 7, 9, 10, and 11 o'clock. Masses at Holy Souls Chapel will be at 7:30 and 9:00 o'clock. Masses during the week at the 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. Teresa, the Little Flower, on Wednesday morning following the 7 and 8 o'clock Masses. The regular "Inquiry Class" will be held at the Cathectral 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' Church Sunday services: Masses, 5:30, 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Sermon: "The Papacy." AP. school children of St. Ed- ward's School are invited to re- ceive Holy Communion in the Soldiers' Mass at 8:30. Novena of Our Lady of Per- petual Help--Sacred Heart of Jesus will be held this afternoon at 3:00 with Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Weekday services: Communion Mass at 6:30 and School Mass at 8:30 daily. Nnvona of O,lr l,mv nf :Per- )etual Help, Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. First Friday devotions in honor of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Jan. 7th. High Mass at 8:30 a.m., and Benediction of the Blessed Sacra- ment at 7:30 p.m. SOCIAL: The members of the congregation and our friends will be entertained Tuesday night at 8:15 by Circle No. 1 of 1944 Good Counsel The Novena for Peace and Vic- tory is held every Sunday after- noon at three with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. The Novena to St. Anthony is held after all Masses on Tuesday morning. The Little Flower and the Eu- charistic Novena is held every Friday night at 7:30. The Altar Society will receive Holy Communion at the 7 o'clock Mass Sunday morning. The St. Anthony Sodality will sponsor a dance next Thursday night, Jan. 6th, in the school hall at 8 o'clock. All are invited to attend. Forty Hours Devotions will be- gin at Good Counsel Sunday, January 9th and close on Tuesday night at 7:30. The Good Counsel part of the celebration of the Cen- tenary of the Diocese will be held the week of January 9th. Special devotions will be held daily. Masses New Years day at Good Counsel Church will be at 0:00 7:30 and 9:00 with Benediction af- ter the 9 o'clock Mass. r'rn-o,-io xzill bn he,rd tn- Beneficiaries of Miracles In Mother Cabrini's Cause For Canonization Now Alive Peter Smith is in the U.S. Army today--a strong and healthy oung soldier stationed at Fort Riley, Kansas. On the day of his birth, March 14, 1921, he was blinded totally. Sister Delfina Grazialo, a member of the Missionary Sisters of i the Sacred Heart of Jesus, is at the community's convent in Seattle, Wash., enjoying good health. But in December of 1925, Sister Delfina literally was a living skeleton, having undergone fot3r operations which gave her no relief. Physi- cians agreed there was not the slightest hope for her recovery. Private Smith and Sister Del- fina are the beneficiaries of the two miracles attributed to the in- tercession of Blessed Mother Fran- ces Xavier Cabrini, which were accepted by the Holy See at the time of her beatification in 1938. The striking fact that Private Smith and Sister Delfina are alive and well today is made the more noteworthy by the announcement from Vatican City that the Sacred Congregation of Rites will meet on January 11 in the presence of day from 4:15 to 6:00 and 7:15 to 8:30. Monthly bingo will be held at Good Counsel hall, sponsored each month by one of the parish groups. The first one will be Friday night, Jan. 14th, at 8 under the sponsor- ship of the Holy Name Men. All are invited to attend these. At- tractive prizes will be given. His Holiness Pope Plus XII to con- sider the decree of Tuto, the final step before the actual canoniza- tion of Mother Cabrini. Private Smith was born in New York ity. Soon after his birth, as is prescribed, a nurse placed a solution of silver nitrate in the eyes of the new-born babe. The solution should have been 1 per cent, but through an error it was 50 per cent, and burned the sight from the infant's eyes. Physicians examined the infant and agreed only a miracle could restore his sight. The Superior of the hospital with all the Sisters and nurses of- fered fervent prayers, begging the intercession of Mother Cabrini. Their prayers were heard. On the morning of the fol- lowing day, March 15, three visiting physicians made a careful examination of the eyes of the stricken infant. To their amazement they found the eyes were perfect, cured and entire. See CABRINI on page 7 T00O 'RI l"N THE No more joyou s news could come to us in the new year dawning than word that the war had ceased. Yet, as evident as it is that such word WILL come, it ill behooves any American to let his dreams become too rosy. Now is a time when the full weight of Allied might must be pressed harder than ever .... a time when it would be folly to think we had gained the opportunity to rest on past achievements and contemplate a world of peace. That time will come only when every bit of intolerance and bestiality has been crushed forever. The Arkansas Power & Light Company along with other business- managed power companies throughout the nation has worked ceaselessly to supply one of the world's greatest blessings: ample electric power. That this power has played a decisive part in plac- ing us on the threshold of victory cannot be denied. Yet, in 1944, our full resources will be devoted to helping win the war .... and When peace has come .... to helping even more to build Arkansas. DON'T WASTE ELECTRICITY JUST BECAUSE IT'S NoT RATIONED. ARKANSAS, POWER & LIGHT CO O HELPING BUI'q ,ARKANSAS ii/