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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, January 05, 1925, Image 9

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HOLY NAME SOCIETY
AT VESPER SERVICE
24 Parish Branches Repre
sented at St. Martin's
Church.
Twenty-four parish h ranches of
the Washington section of the Holy
>-Hine Society attended the annual
solemn vesper services at St. Mar
tin's Church yesterday.
The ideals and work of the Holy
Name Soci- ty were highly praised by
R* v. M. .1. Jtlordan, rector of the
cliurch, who referred to the celebra
tion yesterday, which was one of the
n any in a!i parts of the world hon
oring the i\ a t of thi.' Holy Name of
Jesus. •
Mgr. (ißvan Celebrant.
My,r. I*. t’. Gavan, spiritual direc
tor of the Washington section and
pastor of tin- Shrine of the. Sacred
Heart, \\;.s >l, brant at the vesper
services; llcv. John Dowling, rector
of the Holy Name Church, was dea
con. and Rev. Joseph A. Kennedy,
assistant rector of St. Joseph's
Church, subdeacon. Rev. Francis
N. Cavanaugh, assistant rector of St.
Martin's Church, was master of cere
monies.
Jn a special pew were the knights
elect of the Order of St. Sylvester.
Capt. J. Harry Walsh, grand marshal
of the recently Holy Name parade,
and Patrick J. Haltigan, president
of the Archdiocesan Union. These
two men were honored by the I’ope
for their activities in the Holy Name
demonstration in September. With
them was J. Iladley* Doyle, one of
the organizers of tHe society in the
District and one of the prominent !
local Catholics who has worked con- '
tlnuously for the betterment of the !
organization.
Memorial Service Held.
In the morning a memorial service
for the departed members of the
society was held at St. Martin’s. The
mass was celebated by the pastor,
Rev. M. J. Riordan; Rev. Francis X.
Cavanaugh was deacon and Rev. Raul
Furfey was subdeacon.
Very Rev. Ignatius Smith, O. P., of
the Dominican House of Studies, de
livered tho sermon. He stressed that
the men of tho Holy Name Society
were not out as reformers, but were
endeavoring to follow the teachings
of Christ and by the example of
their own personal holiness to in
fluence others for good. “Tho women
of America,” he said, “can eloquently
testify that a loyal Holy Name man
is a good husband, a good father, a
good home protector; and such men
are the very bulwark of American
institutions.”
Tribute Paid Holy Name Society. |
Father Smith paid high tribute to
the achievements of St. Martin’s
Holy Name Society, in whoso mem
bership are a number of District I
Holy Name leaders, including Capt.
Walsh, Frank P. Gunning, president |
of tho District Holy Name Union; I ]
President Charles W. Floeckher and
John F. McCarron, all of whom were
prominent factors in making a suc
cess of the rational demonstration of
tho Holy Name here last September.
POOR HORSES TO DINE.
The postponed dinner to poor horses I
will be given bv the Animal Itescue
League in tho garden of league head
quarters, northeast corner of Maryland
avenue and Four-and-a-lialf street,
Wednesday, beginning at 10 o’clock in
the morning. All poor horses will be
welcomed by the league.
Births Reported.
Ttio following births have been reported to
the Health Department in the la*t 111 hour*:
llcnry and lVarl M. Foley, boy.
George M. and Mnrfhenn Wolcott, t*oy.
Carl M. and Blizal’etli 11. Toopfer, glrL
Hriießt H. and Edna L. Hoflman, girl.
Alonzo and Dorothy Itiley, boy.
Frank G. and Helen I>. Potter, girl.
Jzler and Luretha Green, boy.
Frank and Almay Kenner, girl.
William and Annie Harris. Ujjr.
James and Estell Tate, girl.
Thomas and Elsie Vines, bov.
George W. and Edna M. Roasley. girl.
Thomas and FlizaU th Nelson, boy.
James ami Mary Colbert, girl.
Bradley and Lucille Richey, boy.
Deaths Reported.
Tl»o following deaths have been reported to
tl Health Department i tL«* last 24 hours:
Sarah Cootuan, 02, Georgetown University ,
Hospital.
I‘iiiiua V. Rapp. 72. 10iS Irving
\delaidu < . ('oonibe. Ft months, 28 Dab's st.
Joseph Forbes, tin, 1113 7th st. s.e.
U a Brooks, U. Freed men's Hospital.
<*eorge T. Jones. Ob. 5227 Bell pi. n.o.
, v Dmighis H. Gordon. "4, 778 Morton st.
Mary ltussell, 53, 38 1) &t. s.c.
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Coolidges Pay Visit
To Gallery of Art
As Private Citizens
President and Mrs. Goolldge paid
an unannounced visit to the Cor
coran Gallery of Art yesterday
afternoon and passed more than
an hour mingling with the regular
Sunday visitors.
The President went primarily to
view a special display of paintings
by Willard L. Metcalf, many of
which depict Vermont scenes near
Plymouth, birthplace and boy
bond Home of the Chief Kxecutivo.
Tl> also inspected, with interest
the new marble group by Daniel
Chester French recently purchased
by the gallery.
The visit was entirely informal,
tin party including the President
and Mrs. Coolidge and three secret
service men. They came In by the
front entrance, and when their
presence had become known were
welcomed briefly by gallery of
licials.
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