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. , i: PAGE SIX THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 31, 1943 ! ;i -El Dorado 00rchants ,,end Guardian Readers New Years Greetln8 " Trojans Defeated In Pre-Season By Mansfield, Greenwood Subiaeo.--The Subiaco Aea- in. The Tigers used their tower- demy Trojans dropped two pre- season warmup basket ball games Wednesday and Friday, Dec. 15 and 17, to strong teams of their  district, Mansfield and Green- wood. The Mansfield Tigers drubbed the Trojans on the lat- ter's home court here Wednesday (Dec. 15), by a 27-15 score. Mans- field's second team defeated the Subiaco reserves, 18-13, to rub it NATIONAL CATHOLIC RURAL LIFE CONFERENCE 3801 Grand Ave.. Des Moinea, la. Ownership And Lnd Sound agrarianism is an es- sential element for the making of a total peace. The Conference holds it as a self-eviden truth that the core of sound agrarianism Js the private ownership of land. The farmer who owns the land he cultivates will work more eagerly and willingly and thus produce a greater abundance of wealth. Landownership is democracy's best defense because it safeguards best democracy's cherished herit- age of freedom and security. The ownership merely of good of con- sumption is not an adequate own- ership upon which to build or con- serve a true democracy The Family And The Land The family farmstead is the "holding where the family lives and from which it draws all or part of its subsistence." Family life becomes a common enter- prise for husband and wife, par- ents and children. The Confer- ence is convinced that a great *Above the clangor of the midnight bells one might hear the ringing of another Bell, whose chimes mean "llfe, liberty and the purmit of happiness." In your pursuit of happiness during 1944 we wish for you the fullest measure of at- talnment. Garrett Hotel Roy Deere, Manager EL DORADO, ARKANSAS ing height to control the ball in econd half and snatch a victory from the Trojans after Subiaco had held the foe to a 9-9 tie in first half, in the main bout. Mc- Cullah, Tiger forward, was high point man of the night, with 15, and Lueken, Subiaco guard, was runner-up, with 6. Subiaco used Savary, Weedman, Wolf, Noble, Lueken, Brown, and Lux, while Mansfield's acres were McCullah, Hern, Elmore, Lasater, Claborn, and Price. Greenwood pasted Subiaco to the tune of 48-27 on the Green- wood court, Dec. 17, and the Greenwood reserves made it a perfect twosome in the double- header by taking the Trojan re- serves 19-13. Greenwood's for- ward ace, Bolin, led scoring in the main game with 17 points. Subiaco has a small team this year that will have trouble with the boys who sport extra height, as do Greenwood and Mansfield. But when they find the range they are likely to give any opponent a good battle. Coach Maus of Su- biaco is concentrating on a major wartime physical training pro- gram for all students, leaving lit- tle time to polish up a varsity. However, he is using basket ball as the main winter conditioner and hopes to develop some fair play- ers by midseason; The Trojans will play in the District 12 con- ference and match two or more games with each member school having a basket ball team. need of the times is to build a new generation of home-makers on the land--home-makers on full-time farms and home-makers on part- time farms. The Government And The Land The government as custodian and promoter of the common good has the grave duty to seek to achieve the widest possible dis- tribution of landownership. The government must not make taxa- tion on the land burdensome. When the war is over, one of the An old adage assures us that "silence is golden," but, on the Eve of New Year's we can hardly E agree. We believe this is the time to spesk up and tell you how much we [ have appreciated your | ptronage during the past year, and to wish you [ good luck in 1944. RETAIL MEAT MARKET Alphin Ice & Cold Storage Co. Meats Cured and Smoked 400 LOCKERS Phone 2800 EL DORADO, ARKANSAS Beautiful Spanish Style Church Serves E1 Dorado Holy Redeemer Church, erected of white cement in the Spanish Mission design, is finished on the inside with rich, dark woodwork. At the left may be seen Holy Redeemer School, which is finished in white clapboard chief tasks of the government will be to settle men in the armed forces as well as workers in de- fense industries on' the land. Plans for that, the Conference in- sists with all the emphasis at its command, must be made now. Religion On TheLand The Conference would impress upon the farmer the need to give religion the first place in his home, and therefore foster in it a religious atmosphere by family prayer and home devotions. He must cooperate with his pastor in the work of religious instruction of his children. The rural parish is Divine Providence's agency to communicate the spiritual vitality need for good rural living; it is the anchor for a healthy rural population; it is the fountain head of wholesome rural culture; it is the natural center for the settle- ment of new families on the land. The Conference pledges its full support to rural pastors whose daily work is dedicated to "the conservation of the golden mass-- the rural population of the land." Education For The Land Better rural schools and better trained rural teachers are very much needed. The rural schools should by proper choice of sub- jects and methods develop,, en- large and perfect the creative abil- ities in boys and girls for the making of a good rural home and the building of a better rural com- munity. The Conference further- more advocates the establishment of diocesan or regional farm schools for boys and practical mhools for girls, in which tbe rural boys and girls will receive the education and practical train- ing necessary for success in farm- ing. An agricultural school to train men and women for both home and foreign missionary dis- tricts is also something to be de- sired. The 'City And The Land The Conference pledges its sup- port to 'all efforts that have as their aim the promotion of a sympathetic understanding of the respective problems of city and country and the fostering of a Season's Greetings NOA' Jewelery Store 302 So. Washington EL DORADO, ARKANSAS UNDUE OPTIMISM is hardly justified, but, looking into our crystal ball, we see better days ahead. In the light of this fact we say Happy New Year with the old-time spirit. May the best of everything come your way in 1944. MACMILLAH PF, TROLF, UM CORP. El Dorado, Arkansas spirit of mutual cooperation be- tween rural and urban people. Peace Tasks On The Land When the war has come to a conclusion and peace once more reigns in the world, the first task will be to rush food to the strav- mg people of war-stricken areas. i The next immediate task must be to rehabilitate quickly the stricken agricultural economy of nations that have suffered directly from the devastating impact of the war. From Rural Life in a Peaceful World. A Statement of Methods and Principles adopted by the NCRLC at its War Time Meet- ing, Oct. 9-13, 1943. Holy Rosary Students Give i Christmas Play Stuttgart. Outstanding among the Christmas programs here was the Christmas operetta given by the pupils of Holy Rosary school at the American Legion Hall Sun- day night. A capacity audience attended the four act play "In Quest of Santa Claus" which was preceded and concluded with selections by the Rhythm orches- tra, composed of 28 talented little tots. The entire production won much well-merited applause and showed the results of careful train- ing and skillful direction. The entire cast enacted their parts with unusual ability and the many attractive chorus numbers were given with professional skill. Beautiful costumes and artistic stage settings completed the perfection of the Christmas pectacle. Outstanding players in- eluded little Carolyn Conrey, as Jane, the heroine of the play, James Selig as the Wongaloo, Thomas Stringer as Santa Claus and the good fairies, Ailene John- son, Dolores Reinhart, Mary Ann Selig, Corene Alice Beeble and Jeanne Hicks. Sister M. Patrick was director, Mrs. J. E. Gardner had charge of the music and Jo Ann Foti played the accompani- ments for th'e Rhythm orchestra. First to Fly Minute Man Holy Rosary school has the honor of being the first Stuttgart school entitled to fly the Minute Man flag, a citation from the Treasury Department for a total of 90 percent or more war stamp sales during the past month. The flag was raised at a patriotic cele- bration on the school lawn. Pup- ils, parents and other members of Holy Rosary congregation at- tended and took part in the sing- ing of patriotic songs. The pas- tor, the Rev. J. G. Evans, gave the invocation. CHURCH BELLS RINGING .... CRISP CRUNCH OF SNOW . . . LEADEN SKIES . . . EAGER FACES. IT'S NEW YEAR'S . . AND MAY NEW YEAR OF 1944 OPEN A CHAPTER 00PPINESS FOR Bullion Insurance Servme SERVICE AND PROTECTION Phone 271 El Dorado, Ark. Abbot Addressed Students At Subiaco Subiaco.The Rt. Hey. Paul M. Nahlen, president, addressed the Subiaco Academy student body in special assembly Thursday, Dec. 16, giving them salutary advice on conduct during the Christmas season and dwelling on the special importance of hard study and good discipline in Catholic schools, particularly during the present war crisis. "War is the most terrible thing in the world right now," Father Abbot said, and dwelt on the fact that our nation, like the rest of the world, is experiencing dif- ficulties in maintaining high standards of transportation, busi- ness practice, supplies, and the like for civilian benefit while at the same time carrying on a global war. "All students should make i the best of the situation," Presi- dent Nahlen said. The head of the Benedictine school recalled hardships of pioneer days when he was a young student at Subiaco, more than forty years ago, and said that present conditions, even amid wartime difficulties, are not com- parable in strenuousness to those times. Difficulties are merely a challenge to the best that is in us, he said, and in direct ratio to how one meets such things his character is formed for life. Abbot Nahlen extended besl wishes of the school to all stu-. dents and their parents and rela- tives, and gave the student body his blessing for the holy season. The holidays began for Subiaco students noon, December 22. Will we not find mercy with God on our own deathbed if, in imitation of Mary, we have assist- ed at the deathbed of dying sin- ners? Season's Greetings TERRY, The Jeweler EL DORADO, ARKANSAS Tells Of Part Radio Plays In Morale Building Lo': Angeles. ()--The place that radio is playing in keeping up the morale of men and women in the armed services, even in the most remote outposts of American forces, was described by Captain Martin H. Work to members of the Catholic Film and Radio Guild when he addressed them here last week for the first time in almost two years. Captain Work is vice-president of the Guild and former chief con- sultant on radio for the National Catholic Community Service. Fol- lowing his pioneer work in de- veloping the radio facilities of the NCCS he was given an assign- ment with the Special Service Di- vision of the Army and subse- quently commissioned. Stressing the fact that radio everywhere in the expeditionary areas is always subject to the wishes of the supreme commander in any area, Captain Work praised the manner in which these com- manders have cooperated in bring- I ing to their units American pro-I grams which they are most anx-] ious to hear. ] Captain Work, who accompanied I Archbishop Spellman on several i flights over Egypt, penetrated the i Near East as far as Iran. He was recently assigned to Los Angeles under the command of Lieut. I Colonel Tom Lewis and is being I assisted in the providing of radio programs by Courtney Savage, former public relations director of the NCCS who attended the meeting. Requiem Mass For Song Writer New York. (E}--A Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of Thomas Joseph McCarthy, who wrote the lyrics to many popular song hits, was celebrated here Tuesday in St. Patrick's Cathedral. The Mass was attended by scores of friends and associates of Mr. McCarthy in the music and theatrical fields. Mr. McCarthy, with music-writer Harry Tier- ney, composed many song hits, which included "Alice Blue Gown." Man calls fate to account for accidents . . . but feels personally responsible when he makes a hole in one. The top of the world to you, folks! And now listen] We're going to give you still better ser- vice in 1944. Think we can? We've got a record to beat, but just wtch us. This is our New Year's pledge to old customers, to new and potential. Sklar Oil Corp. & Louisiana Iron & Supply Company EL DORADO, ARKANSAS ' , ,: 7:St Chrlstmn Ideal !ab Seen As Necessary Basis Of New Europe Algiers. (E)--The Christian ieg TM has never signified bondage or dl um pendency, Jacques des Roches, le the Derniers Novelles, Algi! said in a broadcast from Tunl_ sre on "The Concept of Christian.iU s in Europe." The same subjela was treated by this Catholic joull'." nalist in articles appearing in tb ry press of Tunis and Algiers. i l'z "It would seem," des Roch rr said, "that after our having tri e 1 "" _.ea to give society materia isuc aul." scientific concepts as a fulcrud uz society is now being directed t  er wards the more universal concell_' that incorporate the Christian*e_ r ideal. A modern conception,_01r' Christianity is the only thing tha_ pc - 0s can efficiously group peoples u, , the same faith and the same civ! T1 hzatmn.' " Should not serious pr0e, rpl jects for a European federatiorl bear its stamp?" ' ][..eat ay PROBLEM SOLVED Jeweler T.e MAN who BOB ELLIOTT & SON |: ! EL DORADO MAGNOLIA .] ! Just a line to extend to yo our sincere thanks for yot I patronage in 1943, and Iil wish you and yours a m(s Happy and Prosperous Ne Year. Remember, we a ahvays at your service. ANDRESS OIL AND GAS SERVICE Distributors of PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCT$ W. K. (Kay) Andress Manager PHONE 1230 215 Northwest Avenue EL DORADO, HFIPPIESI" FLEW, /94 * Another year, another page . . . time to renew old friendships and that resolution which we make each year--- to serve our customers still better than the year bore .... NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS TO EVERYBODY HAVE A GOOD TIME AND DROP IN TO SEE US REMEMBER. YOU ARE ALWAYS VERY WELCOME HERE Estabfished 1886 RITCHIE GROCER COMPANY Wholesale Grocers and Fresh Ftdts and Vegetables EL DORADO * ARKANSAS