Copyrighted 1912, by Church Publishing Company
Owensboro, Ky. All Rights reserved.
Sacred Heart Parish
Rev. James M. Hayes, Pastor
Rev. James M. Hayes, Pastor Sacred Heart
Sundays – Low Mass, 8 a. m.; High Mass and Sermon, 10:30 a. m.;
Rosary, Congregational Singing, Sermon and Benediction, 8 p.m.;
Mass every morning at 8 o’clock.
Holy hour of Prayer, first Friday of each month from 8 to 9 p.m.
Office of the Blessed Virgin every Sunday after High Mass.
Confessions are heard on Saturdays.
The Vigils of Holy Days on Thursdays before the first Fridays from
4 to 6 and from 7 to 9p.m.; also every morning before mass.
The Parish Grammar and High School.
The schools of the Parish are conducted by the School Sisters of
Notre Dame and consist of the Grammar and High School Departments.
The attendance has increased in two years from sixty to over two
hundred pupils. The school is for boys and girls and is directed by
Sister M. Pauline, assisted by five teachers.
The Choir is composed of the boys of the parish, directed by Sister M.
Paulina. They are trained to sing the Gregarian Chant according to the
regulations laid down by our Holy Father Pope Pius X.Holy Name Society –
Communion Day is the second Sunday of each month.
President : L. F. Esk, Vice President: C. T. Motz, Treasurer:
L. A. Tanhunson, Secretary: Pat Byrne, Choir Director: Thos. Trodden,
Organist: Clarence Motz, Chairman of Promotors: Thomas Hunter,
Promoters: John Egan, Frank Marks, Tiny Huck, Com Brice, Claude
Martin, F. G. Cook, Leo Sullivan, Henry Columbus;
Sacristan: Roy Motz, Librarian: H. L. Snook.
St Ann’s Sodality –
Communion Day is the first Sunday of each month.
Promoters: Mrs. Gimore, Mrs. Mills, Mrs. Schact, Mrs. Sullvan,
Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Motz, Mrs. Eck, Mrs. McDerment, Mrs. Mosher,
Mrs. Zimmerman, Mrs. Cook, Mrs. Snook, Mrs. Mackin, Mrs. Rodgers.
Alter Society and School Building Association –
President: Mrs. C. T. Motz, Vice President: Mrs. J. B. Preidhomme,
Secretary and Treasurer: Mrs. H. L. Snook,
Promoters: Mrs. Waight, Mrs. Sullivan, Mrs. D’Arrigo, Mrs. McDermott,
Mrs. Cook, Mrs. Rodgers, Sacristan: Mrs. Eck,
Assistant Sacristan: Mrs. Blair.
St. Aloysius Sodality –
Communion Day is the fourth Sunday of each month.
Prefect: Frank Williams, Secretary: Charles Columbus,
Treasurer: Joseph Mundella.
Children of Mary, Sodality –
Communion Day is third Sunday of each month.
President: Miss O’Toole, Secretary: Miss H. Halderman,
Treasurer: Miss M. Quinn.
Children of Mary, Junior Division – Prefect: Miss Florence J. Hunter,
Secretary: Miss Dorothy McNulty, Treasurer: Miss Lizzie Walsh.
League of the Sacred Heart –
The members receive Communion on the first Friday of each month.
The Promoters are: Mrs. C. T. Motz, Mrs. J. B. Prudhomme,
Mrs. L. Eck. Mrs. James Sullivan, Mrs. Wm. Wright, Mrs. H. Snook,
Mrs. F. J. Rodgers.
Knights of Columbus –
The Texarkana Council includes in it’s membership the parishioners
of Sacred Heart Parish and St. Edwards Parish. The council, however,
is a Texas Council subject to the general officers of the Order in Texas.
Chaplain: Rev. James M. Hayes, Grand Knight: Thomas W. Hunter,
Deputy Grand Knight: Victor A. Ghis, Chancellor: Rollen W. Rodgers,
Recorder; Anthony Sweeney, Financial Secretary: Will J. O’Dwyer,
Advocate: F. A. Thomas, Warden: Andrew L. Doyle, Inner Guard:
H. L. Sook, Outer Guard: John Grosse: Treasurer: Pat Byrne,
Lecutrer: J. L. Lontkowsky.
Saint Edwards Parish
Rev. Father Boyle, Pastor
The new parish of St. Edwards, King and Confessor, was founded
bypermission of the Rt. Rev. Edward Fitzgerald, D. D. Bishop of Little
Rock, Ark., on the 20th day of June, 1903, by Rev.. E. W. Fowler.
Mass was at first celebrated at the Miller County Court House by
Father Fowler, by his successor, Rev. M. J. Delaney, and by Very
Rev. Fintan Kraemer, O. S. B. then Vicar General of the Diocese.
On the 25th of December, Christmas Day, 1903, Very Rev. Father
Kraemer dedicated the chapel on 4th and Hickory Sts., and celebrated
the first mass in the new chapel on the same day.
Father Dougherty took charge on March 10th, 1904, and the present
Pastor, Father Boyle, succeeded him August 26th, 1906, his appointment
being the first made by Rt. Rev. John B. Morris, D. D., in his Dioses.
Winter Regulations – From the first Sunday in October, till the
second Sunday in June.
Sunday – First Mass, 7:30; High Mass, 10 o’clock.
Sunday School, 2 p.m.
Evening Devotions and Benedictions, 7:30 p.m.
Week days, Mass 7:30.
Summer Regulations – From the third Sunday in June until the last
Sunday in September.
Sunday – First Mass, 7 o’clock. Low Late Mass, 10 A.M.
There will be no Sunday School during the time of the Summer regulations.
Weekdays, Mass 7:30 o’clock.
Confessions are heard every Saturday afternoon from four o’clock till six,
and from seven o’clock till eight, and before first Mass on Sunday, by
On the Thursday before the first Friday, confessions will be heard as above.
Confessions will also be heard any week morning before Mass.
This school, situated on East Fourth and Hickory Streets, Texarkana,
St Edwards Parochial School
Ark., is a well ventilated and sanitary building, equipped with all modern
appliances for comfort.
The School Superintended by the Pastor of St. Edwards Church,
the Rev. P. H. Boyle, and conducted by the Benedictine Sisters of the
Congregation of Mt.Olivet.
Although this is a Catholic Parochial School, it admits pupils of all
denominations; there is no interference with anyone’s religion, no
distinction in regard to creed.
The scholastic year comprises nine moths, the first session commences
the second Monday of September, the second session begins February 1st.
Tuition fee is one dollar a month, in advance, for each pupil, in all grades.
Pupils are admitted at any time, but not for a shorter period than one session.
No deduction is made for a pupil with drawing before the expiration of the
St. Edwards School, in strict conformity to diocesan schedule, teaches
three primary and five grammar grades. The completion of the eighth grade
entitles to graduation certificate from Grammer School. St. Edwards has
been teaching two grades of high school work including French and Latin,
and is prepared to teach a full four years course of high school work.
The studies of each grade comprise all branches required by law for graded
schools. At the close of each session a complete examination is required of
each pupil, 75 per cent, being the minimum for promotion.
Monthly reports are sent out to parents informing them of the conduct
and progress of the pupils, also statement of the results of the examination.
The pupils receive free lessons in drawing, water color work, and
embroidery. Besides class singing twice a week, the schools give yearly two
entertainment’s affording the pupils special training in singing, evolution and
The Sisters teach instrumental music on piano and violin at $3.00 per
month, two lessons weekly. They also give lessons in art painting and
embroidery on Saturdays, at moderate prices.
Membership of St. Edward’s Church
|Mr. P. J. Ahern||Mr. Con Brice||Miss Ethel Connerton|
|Mrs. P. J. Ahern||Mr. Pat Brice||Joseph Connerton|
|Joseph Ahern||Mrs. Pat Brice||Edward Connerton|
|Mary Ahern||Pat Brice, Jr.||Agnes Connerton|
|Anna Ahern||Annie Brice||Mr. Jos. Connerton|
|Mr. John Brown||Mary Brice||Mr. Peter Costello|
|Mrs. John Brown||Mr. John Brenan||Mrs. Peter Costello|
|James D’Arrigo Brown||Mrs. John Brenan||Miss Lizzie Costello|
|Mrs. Bradfield||Audrey Brenan||Mr. Louis Coleridge|
|James Bradfield||Winifrer Brenan||Mrs. Louis Coleridge|
|Mamie Bradfield||Mary Brenan||John Coleridge|
|Myrtle Bradfield||Mr. F. L. Carrara||Miss Louise Coleridge|
|Myrtle Bradfield||Mrs. F. L. Carrara||Vincent Coleridge|
|Cyril Bradfield||Louis Carrara||Mr. Cigainero|
|Mr. Will Bann||Caroline Carrara||Mrs. Cigainero|
|Mrs. Will Bann||Miss Rose Carrara||Joseph Cigainero|
|John Bann||Mrs. Paul Crouch||Louis Cigainero|
|Margaret Bann||Miss Louise Cella||Gus Cigainero|
|Miss Kate Bann||Miss Matilda Cella||Miesch Cigainero|
|Mr. John C. Culver||John Cigainero||Miss Joanna Darrigo|
|Mrs. John C. Culver||Gilda Cigainero||Mrs. F. Darrigo|
|Frank Culver||Manny Cigainero||Mr. Jas. Doyle|
|Louis Jean Culver||Charlie Cigainero||Mr. Andrew Doyle|
|Mary Culver||Victor Cigainero||Mr. C. C. Dorrian|
|Pauline Culver||Rudolph Cigainero||Mrs. C. C. Dorrian|
|Mr. Pat Conners||Rosie Cigainero||Miss Anna DeGrazier|
|Mr. Pat Cawley||Mary Cigainero||Miss Amboline DeGrazier|
|Mr. Mike Cawley||Mr. Vince Cegainero||Mickey DeGrazier|
|Miss Annie Cawley||Mrs. Vince Cegainero||Mr. W. F. Daniels|
|Mr. Mike Cassidy||Lena Cegainero||Mrs. W. F. Daniels|
|Mrs. Mike Cassidy||Alma Cegainero||Harry Daniels|
|Kathleen Cassidy||Albert Cegainero||Agnes Daniels|
|Elizabeth Cassidy||Mr. John Cegainero||Mary Daniels|
|Margaret Cassidy||Mrs. John Cegainero||Thomas Daniels|
|Mary Agnes Cassidy||Matilda Cegainero||Mr. John Fant|
|Edward Cassidy||Lawrence Cegainero||Mrs. John Fant|
|Mr. Flora Cigainero||Frances Cegainero||Edward Fant|
|Mrs. Flora Cigainero||Mr. O. Darrigo||Miss Agnes Fant|
|Peter Cigainero||Mrs. O. Darrigo||Clarence Fant|
|Walter Fant||Mr. F. J. Graves||Harvey Howard|
|Lucile Fant||Mrs. F. J. Graves||Helen Howard|
|Claude Fant||Florence Graves||Hessey Howard|
|Mrs. Fielden||Edna Graves||Mr. D. C. Harrington|
|Clayton Fielden||George Graves||Mrs. D. C. Harrington|
|Russ Fielden||Miss Amelia Gragnani||Dan Hardin|
|Margaret Fielden||Miss Aneta Gragnani||Mrs. Davis Jones|
|Mr. A. W. Grant||Miss Grace Gragnani||Isabel Jones|
|Mrs. A. W. Grant||Mr. John F. Hunter||Mr. Jno. P. Kline|
|Margaret Grant||Mrs. John F. Hunter||Mrs. Jno. P. Kline|
|Allen Grant||Hester Hunter||Miss Ollie Kline|
|Phenie Grant||John Hunter||Cyril Kline|
|Mary Grant||John Hunter, Jr.||Myril Kline|
|Josie Grant||Evelyn Hunter||Mr. Frank Kuhn|
|Mr. M. Gazzola||George Hunter||Mrs. Frank Kuhn|
|Mrs. M. Gazzola||Mr. George Halter||Mr. Peter Kuhn|
|Mr. Jos. Gazzola||Mrs. George Halter||Mrs. Peter Kuhn|
|Joseph Gazzola, Jr.||Adolph Halter||Mr. George Lansdale|
|Mr. G. Gonzales||Joseph Halter||Mrs. George Lansdale|
|Mrs. G. Gonzales||Mr. Wm. Howard||Mary Lansdale|
|Marie Gonzales||Mrs. Wm. Howard||*|
|Mr. Jas. Lavelle||Mr. Jos. McDermott||Mrs. Meir|
|Mrs. Jas. Lavelle||Mr. Jos. Milazzo||Joseph Meir|
|Miss Annie Lavell||Mrs. Jas. Milazzo||Margaret Meir|
|Miss Margaret Lavelle||Leon Milazzo||Theresa Meir|
|Gertrude Lavelle||Mr. Dominick Milazzo||Mrs. O. E. Moore|
|Mr. W. R. Lambeth||Mrs. Dominick Milazzo||Catherine Geneva Moore|
|Mrs. W. R. Lambeth||Camille Milazzo||Olive Elizabeth Moore|
|Will R. Lambeth||Lee Milazzo||James Clark Moore|
|Jack Lambeth||Baby Milazzo||Mr. Manny Nash|
|Roy Lambeth||Mr. Ellis W. Murray||Mrs. Manny Nash|
|Miss Mary Langford||Mrs. Ellis W. Murray||Mr. R. J. O’Dwyer|
|Miss Louine Lambeth||Mr. Wm. H. Mangan||Mrs. R. J. O”Dwyer|
|Mr. M. J. Loftus||Mrs. J. J. Maughan||Will O”Dwyer|
|Mrs. M. J. Loftus||Arthur Maughan||May O”Dwyer|
|Joseph Loftus||Ralph Maughan||John C. O”Dwyer|
|Walter John Loftus||Ralph Maughan||Roger J. O”Dwyer|
|Katherine Loftus||Charles de Maesada||Thomas O”Dwyer|
|Matt McGoune||Mr. Pat Maher||Bernard O”Dwyer|
|Mrs. Wm. McKiernan||Mr. Jos. Murphy||Emiline O”Dwyer|
|Margaret McKiernan||Mrs. Jos. Murphy||*|
|Mr. Jos. Pecorella||Mary Powers||Mr. Frank Symonds|
|Mrs. Jos. Pecorella||Charles Powers||Mrs. Frank Symonds|
|Joseph Pecorella||Mr. Thos. Quinn||Miss Ruth Symonds|
|Marie Pecorella||Mrs. Thos. Quinn||Harold Symonds|
|Nancy Pecorella||Nellie Quinn||Frances Symonds|
|Josie Pecorella||Louise Quinn||Mr. A. Sweeney|
|John Pecorella||Margaret Quinn||Mrs. A. Sweeney|
|Mr. Chas. Phillips||Henry Quinn||John L. Sweeney|
|Mrs. Henry Platz||Cecelia Quinn||Miss Mamie Sweeney|
|Andrew Platz||Thomas Quinn||Anthony Sweeney, Jr.|
|Henry Platz||Francis Quinn||Joseph Sweeney|
|Mr. John Platz||Theresa Quinn||George Sweeney|
|John Platz, Jr.||Jas. F. Roach||Leo Sweeney|
|Mrs. M. Platz||Rollin Rodgers||Miss Kate Thompson|
|John Emile Platz||Mr. Fred Sava||Miss Ester Thompson|
|Mrs. J. A. Pondrom||Mrs. Fred Sava||Miss Louise Thompson|
|Samuel Pondrom||Louis Sava||Mr. F. A. Thomas|
|Andrew Pondrom||John Sava||Mrs. F. A. Thomas|
|Mrs. Powers||Anna Sava||Elizabeth Thomas|
|Margaret Powers||*||Francis Jos. Thomas|
|Mr. Robt. Taylor||Mr. A. Wakin||Frank Williams|
|Mrs. Robt. Taylor||Mrs. A. Wakin||Clayton Williams|
|Robert Taylor, Jr.||Boston Wakin||Clarence Williams|
|Miss Clara Taylor||Joseph Wakin||Mr. J. Wolff|
|Ben Taylor||Aneus Wakin||Dan Wolff|
|Daniel Taylor||Mr. John Ward||John Wolff|
|Elizabeth Taylor||Mrs. John Ward||Miss Agnes Worley|
|*||Miss Edna Ward||*|
Pew Renters of St. Edwards - 1911
|Pew #||Name||$ Per Month||Pew #||Name||$ Per Month|
|3||Mrs. Frye||1.00||23||A. W. Grant||2.00|
|4||Benedictine Sisters||*||24||Mrs. Powers||1.00|
|5||C. C. Dorrian||2.00||24||Mrs. Manghan||1.00|
|5||Mrs. M. Gazzola||1.00||25||F. A. Symonds||1.00|
|6||J. P. Kline||3.00||25||Mrs. D. H. Jones||1.00|
|7||R. J. O’Dwye||3.00||26||Wm. Howard||1.00|
|8||Mrs. J. Lavelle||2.00||26||Mrs. Costello||1.00|
|8||Wm. Bann||1.00||27||John Hunter||2.00|
|9||Mrs. J. A. Pondrom||2.00||28||Mrs. Fielden||1.00|
|9||Mrs. Percy Wiggins||1.00||28||Mrs. Bradfield||1.00|
|10||Dan Harrington||2.00||29||Fred Graves||1.00|
|10||Mrs. C. J. Morahan||1.00||29||Mrs. R. Taylor||1.00|
|11||E. W. Murray||2.00||30||*||*|
|12||A. Sweeney||2.00||31||M. J. Loftus||1.00|
|12||Pat Cawley||1.00||31||Mrs. Paul Couch||1.00|
|13||Mrs. M. Platz||2.00||32||*||*|
|14||Jno. Fant||2.00||33||Mrs. O. Darigo||1.00|
|14||M. Nash||1.00||33||John Ward||1.00|
|15||Tom Quinn||2.00||34||Mrs. Daniel||1.00|
|15||Joe McDermott||1.00||34||Mrs. O. E. Moore||1.00|
|16||P. J. Ahern||2.00||35||Mrs. Meyers||1.00|
|16||Mrs. McKierman||1.00||35||Agnes Worley||1.00|
|17||Mrs. J. Millazzo||1.00||36||W. R. Lamberth||2.00|
|17||Mrs. Harry Fouke||1.00||37||John Brannon||1.00|
|18||Misses DeGrazier||1.00||37||Jas. Doyle||1.00|
|18||Mrs. Cooter||1.00||38||Con Brice||1.00|
|19||John Culver||1.00||38||Pat Brice||1.00|
|20||Mrs. J. Wolff||1.00||40||Mrs. L. Slimer||1.00|
|20||Mrs. F. D’Arrigo||1.00||40||M. Crawley||1.00|
The merchants and business people advertised herein,
for it was their help that was the means of our getting this publication.
* The State National Bank of Texarkana
Would Appreciate and Account from You
Capital - $2,000,000.00 – Surplus – 55,000.00
*The Texarkana Trust Company - Capital $200,000.00
Offers you every Accommodation, Courtesy, and
Service that a Modern Trust Company can.
*Owensboro Wagon Company “The Quality Wagon”
* Owensboro Buggy Company, Owensboro, Ky.
* Texarkana Saddlery Co. 313 E. Broad St., J. A. Mitchell, Manager.
The House with a reputation. A full line of Harness and Accessories.
Harness made to order. Repairing all kinds. Rubber tires put on.
* Burton Peel Dry Goods Co. (The Store Ahead).
Texarkana’s Largest Department Store.
Carried Everything: For Men, women and children, Piece goods of all kinds,
notions, novelties, etc. and many household needs. We appreciate your business.
* Your Spiritual Welfare is protected by: Your Pastor and Church.
Justice to your family demands the further protection of a good Life Insurance Policy.
The Four States Life Insurance Co. of Texarkana
Sells the best and most up tp date forms of policies.
This company has the endorsement of your pastor.
* Texarkana Lumber Company
Jno. H. Floyd, President. R. H. Whatley, Vice President. R. Brunazzi, Sec.& Treas.
Manufactures and Retail Dealers in Short Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber,
Texarkana, Texas. Specialties: Lath, Shingles, Roofing, Novelties.
Planning Mill & Yard Texarkana, Texas.
“Our Grades Are Our Best Advertisement.”
* The East Undertaking Co.
Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalmers. Both Phones 4-6-8
218 Vine Street, Texarkana, Tex. – Ark.
* F. W. Offenhauser Co. Insurance, Oldest, Largest, Best.
Established 1882. Phone 65, State Line.
* Hardin Electric Co., Texarkana, Texas.
The Welcome Light – the sunshiny, clear, white, bright light of an electric
lamp is the light for the home. Is your home wired for electricity?
Have you a full equipment of artistic brightness -–shedding lamps?
Let me show you what we can do for you.
* Carmichael’s Creamery and Ice Cream Co.
Ice cream and Dairy Products
315 State Line, Texarkana. Phone S-200. Open the Entire Year.
* The Texarkana Trust Company
Handles Real Estate of All Kinds. 226 State Line Avenue.
4% Interest on Savings Accounts.
If you are interested in building or buying a home it will pay you to
Advise with us before making a decision.
* Huddleston Bros. Meat, Produce, Fish and Oysters.
“Everything good to eat.” We’d Like to “MEAT” You.
420 State Line, Both Phones 45, Texarkana, Ark.
* The State Savings and Trust Co., Texarkana, Ark. – Tex.
Capital and Surplus, One Quarter Million Dollars.
Deposits Over a Million Dollars.
Total resources One Million and a Quarter of Dollars.
Interest Allowed on Checking Accounts,
Certificates of Deposit and Time Deposits.
* Logan Electric Co. 210 East Broad St.
Why buy fixtures from a book?
Visit our Display Room and Select You Chandeliers.
* Ralph Bros. Steam Laundry. The Laundry with a reputation.
Prompt and Reliable, Your Patronage Appreciated.
* Rembrandt Studio, John Whealdon, Proprietor.
104 East Broad Street, over Smith Drug.
Fine Portraits, Views, Post Cards, and Kodak Finishing.
All work strictly First – Class and Up to date.
Baby Pictures a Specialty.
* E. A. Dryer, Carpet and Furniture Co., 115 West Broad Streets.
Complete Line of House Furnishings. We extend a liberal credit.
Come in and see us for anything to be used in the house.
* C. Hannon Home Laundry, 203 W. Braod St., Texarkana, Tex.
Something New in Town! Silks, Flannels, Kid Gloves, Cloaks,
Gent’s Clothing. Thoroughly Cleaned Without Using water.
Guaranteed Without Injury to Fabric or Cloth.
* J. G. Hoffman, Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting.
219 Pine Street, Texarkana, Ark. Both Phones: 489.
Tinning and Sheet Metal Work of All Descriptions.
Gas Lights, Fixtures, and Stoves.
* Dr. Jno. T. Taylor, Dentist.
122 East Broad Street, Texarkana, Ark.
* Arthur S. Herrington, Wholesale and retail Dealer in
Wall Paper, Paints, Varnishes, and Window Glass.
Canvas and Tacks, Picture Framing and Glazing.
223 West Broad St., Texarkana, Ark., Tex.
* Hoffman Hardware Co.
A full and complete stock of Hardware and Queensware.
Mantels and Grates, Atlas Cement, Lily Lime.
218-220 E. Broad Street, Texarkana, Ark.
* Texarkana Ice Co. Ice and Coal.
The above material was graciously submitted by:
Mr. William A. Sweeney
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