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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 February 1952

FEBRUARY, 1MB THE JEFFSR80NIAN Lady Dies Fixing Flowers for the Lady Of Fatima IS. HERMAN BOEHMER, LOYAL DAUGHTER, [RICHEN JAN. 26 IN OUR LADY S CHAPEL, lED RECITING THE HOLY NAME OF JESUS Daingerfield — Requiem Mass, first luneral Mass to be cele- nted in Our Lady of Fatima lurch (completed June 16, 51) was offered here Tues., In. 29 for the repose of the ill of Mrs. Herman Boehmer, a kthful parishioners of the Our Idy of Fatima Mission ever Jice the first Mass at Hughes (rings, Dec. 5. 1948. Mrs. Boehmer. born Mary Ho- In at Dunbar, Pa., 60 years a- I, died of a heart attack Sat., In. 26th at 4:45 p. m. whilst leparlng flowers for the altar fr the 8 a. m. Mass the next rning. She and Mrs. Madelyn toodruff. the two ladies in Jai'ge of the altar for that 2 pek period, went to the church 4 o'clock only to find that It |td already been thoroughly eaned toy Mr. and Mrs. George (orton. DUSTED BVM'S STATUE ['Some dust had settled on the Itar. So the ladies dusted it and Je statues. Mary ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 February 1952

1 J 1 i i i > ;~vi ftiH 4 THE JEFFERSON I AN FEBRUARY? 1982 Only 20% Of Plowable Land Is Now Plowed "THOU ART DUST" AFTER THOUSANDS OF YEARS OF GROWTH OF HUMAN RACE THE CREATOR HAS LEFT 80% OF TILLABLE LAND FOR FUTURE CHILDREN Since about the year 33 Catho- lics and later some who have In- herited part of the Catholic tra- dition and way of life have sr id in the Apostles Creed: "I be- lieve in God the Father Almigh- ty, CREATOR OF HEAVEN AND EARTH." With this expression of belief In Clod as the Creator of Heaven and earth of all be- ings In both places the Apostles Creed, the official statement of what the Holy, Roman, Catholic a nd Apostolic Church believes, begins. Since the year 33 the Catholic Church has never been vague a- bout what this first tenet of her official creed means. She li a s taught the world that Uod is the Creator of Heaven and of earth tind of all things and that since the time He created Adam not one of the billions of descen- dants of Adam could have gotte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 March 1952

THE JEFFERSON I AN "Whose Sins You ShalhForgive, They Are Forgiven Them" — Our Lord to Men of Flesh and Blood. Established In Jefferson In 1948 VOLUME FOUR NUMBER 7 MARCH 1952 OUR LADY OP P ATI MA MARY AS "BLESSED MOTHER" IS IN BIBLE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Our Lady s Debt —Many Thanka— Ground Blessed for $75,000 High School 663. Mrs. Mary Tlerney Kinsey, Los Angeles. Calif. (2nd install- ment on sedilia) $25 664. Lt and Mrs. James A. Murphy, Hous. ,(aKar cloth) $13 665. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Roscoe, Marshall (2 candlesticks in mem- ory of Rita Marie Rogerson) $13 666. Mrs. Ruth N. Joyce, Roswell, N. M. (5th on desk) $10 667. Durbln Toogood, Dallas (500 tricks) $15 668. Mrs. Joseph L. O'Rourke, Sr., Dallas (in memory of husband) $13 669. Aaron M. Harrison, Marshall (1st Installment on 1000 'bricks) - $10 670. J. A. Kane. Dallas (No. 6) Paid on note by parishioners since Jan. 1 $122.88 "The choice of candidates for the priesthood recommended by Canon Law to pastors of souls must ba the pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 March 1952

JTm THE JEFFERSONIAN MARCH IMt THE JEFFERSONIAN j i i i i XV REV. JOHN Q. O'ROURKE. EDITOR "THE HISTORIC CHURCH FOR AN HI8TORIC TOWN" Btered In the post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class ot matter January 24, 1949, under the act of March 3, 1879. The Pftscrfption rate to THE JEFFERSONIAN, which Is publish* monthly, Is two dollars per year. Address all communications to THE JEFFERSONiiAN, Box 705, Jefferson, Texas. Editor's phone. Jef ferson 632. The official organ of the mission churches of the Immaculate Con- ception of the Blessed Virgin at Jefferson and of Our Lady at Fatima at DaLngerfield, THE JEFFERSONIAN is published with the ap- probation of the Most Rev. Joseph P. Lynch, D. D, Bishop of Dallas. Humbly it intends to carry out the mandate of Our Divine Lord: "Going, therefore, make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son and ol the Holy Ghost, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you." Its only purpose ie to se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 March 1952

march ins THC JEFFKMONIAjN ' 1 atL All The Money In The World Cannot Pay for One Holy Mass PRIEST, ON MARRIAGE CASE, TOLD ABOUT $200 RUMOR, TELLS FRIENDS HE WOULDN'T BE A CATHOLIC PRIEST IF SUCH WERE SO 1 A marriage investigation case, just one of the many things that i lve the average Catholic priest little time for himself, lay on the parish desk. Tha priest pick- ed it up, got in his car and drove out into the country to ask two close associates of the party in- volved to give any testimony they could to help determine the freedom or lack of freedom of the said party. The couple, both very sincere Protestants, received the "priest cordially Catholics are the largest reli- gious group in Texas as well as the nation, but in the vicinity where these good people farm- ed Catholics had been hardly ov- er heard of. "One of my daughters married a Catholic," said the father, "but he's not one now." Then the man told of his son- in-law's background. Both parents were Catholics, and the pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 March 1952

THE JEFFKMONIAjN MARCH 1M2 Giving God A Flat 10 Per Cent Is Virtue And Chancellor Catholics Can Admire In ProtestantsMake Trip t0 Reno EXPERIENCE OF BAPTIST WHO GIVES GOD 10 CENTS OF EVERY DOLLAR HE MAKES DEFORE TAXES SETS GOAL FOR ALL GOOD CATHOLICS JUvfn, Texas — Fred Scott, a merolM'r of the Baptist congre- gation here, believes that gener- osity U> his God piys rich dlvi- dendii. Like many good Baptists, Fred tithes, 1. e. gives his church n full 10% of what he (makes. And Fred doesn't whittle this nra to nothing by paying a Vhfs of what he has left after he pays taxes and bills. He gives tioJi a flat 10% and relies on Ubd to bless H 1 m with enough means to support his family and pajr J ia bills. So far, Fred re- ports Ood has not let him down. J, who la a model of 'what wage-earning Catholic is en- ted to aim at, told his atory to Uw Jan 10, 1952 iasue of THE BAPTIST STANDARD. That story Ik -worth passing on. Fred said: ""I learned to tithe as a boy when my tithe was just n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 April 1952

ii ' V'V' A'.-m 'I'M - ■ ■.■• :vW mm >UI >d study erson's 19th. ook re- I'FATH- lOYS wife la Epis- |d the Catholic ^ry gra- the will be pub- to all ible to the t. John Con- burled. kut mil THE JEFFERSON IAN ""The Faithful Should Be Urged To Read the Scriptures" — Pope Pius VI in April, 1778 Established in Jefferson In 1948 VOLUME FOUR NUMBER 8 APRIL, 1982 OUR LADY OP PATIMA IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH PRESERVED THE HOLY SCRIPTURES Father Kuyumjian Jerusalem School Is In Great Need Jerusalem — Fatima is the name of the little Negro girl shown above in a picture which 'Children here had made with Father John Kuyumjian, Armen- ian pastor. The little girl is not : a Catholic but she wept, says Fr. • John, for the picture of Our Lord's Nativity which she is holding. She is one of a group of children who priv,y daily for the intentions of THE JEFFERSON- IAN, the Jerusalem priest reports in his letter of March 31. Fatii- er Kuyumjian has a Catholic school in Jerusalem which does NOT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 April 1952

hn v .THE JirPKMONIAM APRIL, 1961 THE JEFFERSONIAN REV. JOHN Q. O'ROURKE. EDITOR i t| "THE HISTORIC CHURCH FOR AN HI8TORIC TOWN" la not there, (2) by Baying be ■ntered In the post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class at Intends to abandon some grave Jefferson Joins National Council of Women ■null matter January 24, 1949, under the act of March 3, 1870. The Hbscription rate to THE JEFFERSONIAN, which Is publish*, monthly, Is two dollars per year. Address all communications to THE JEFFERSONIAN, Box 705, Jefferson, TexaB. Editor's phone. Jet ferson 632. The official organ of the mission churches of the Immaculate Con- ception of the Blessed Virgin at Jefferson and of Our Lady at Fatima at Daingerfleld, THE JEFFERSONIAN is published with the ap- probation of the Most Rev. Joseph P. Lynch, D. D, Bishop of Dallas. Humbly It Intends to carry out the mandate of Our Divine Lord: "Going, therefore, make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 April 1952

APRIL, 1MS THE JEPPERSONIAN ie- a tl- be nt- at 'a- m- eff as ot . of j^ondon. England — Elizabeth England's new 'Queen, who ueceeded to the throne on the Lath of her father Feb. 6th. [utomatically became the 19th ,cad of the Protestant Church of ~ugland' and the fourth woman t, occupy that position. , At the moment when her lather, the late lamented George n. breathed his last, his oldest laughter, the Princess Elizabeth, .utomatically inherited three jobs t world wide civil and ecclesias- ical significance. The new Eliza- beth II of England became the head of the State in England and t the same time inherited the positions of supreme head on Earth of the Church of England |n nd of the Church of Scotland. WILL ATTEND 2 CHURCHES When she is in England, the [new Queen will attend the Epis- copal Church and worship aS an Episcopalian. When she visits in Scotland, she will attend the Fresbyterian Church of which she is head and worship as a Presbyterian. As head of both the Episcopal a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 April 1952

Pill 4 THB JEFFERSONIAN * APRIL, 1982 I' \\ : Catholic Danghters Hear Discnssion On Stipends Marshall — A comment by a Jucfy tbat she had JOTI sent an offering of $30 for the Gregorian Masses provoked an interesting discussion at a recent meeting of the Catholic Daughter ol' Ameri ca here. Rev. Father Kavanagh, the moderator, observed that the stipend wuh Inadequate as a ser- ies of 30 Masses imposes obligat- ions on the priest who says Mieai. He cannot, for example, say Mass for his own departed or lor any other intention during tlwso 30 days. The proper stipend lor the Gregorian Masses is a minimum of $45, Father Kavanagh pointed out. "There are correct nftnns to follow In the matter of all stip- end^," said the priest, "and as many of you have been violat- ing these norms. It will be for tbe good of the order for us to discuss those norms right now.' NORMS ARE VIOLATED Father Kavanagh observed that these norms were violated by reason of lack of knowledge or instruction or both. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 May 1952

IY t 111 be •mpii- close riday that 'ance you itary BUC iruci Very Sod's will lason will Iday, un- ) >uch- s of was ited. aert him- iure- lirlst itho- ame liers per- elng hers or sned Oil jood We ther inst It, ome of etti, Tlte t ng~ ol In |ves ible ind aro- use all- use- ion no ind ■all nd ary tea .lie- on dy no nt. al> he ito is- of al- 4n lt- *1 to ry- ot U- 9-. or t la S t •• 0 r- a 1. fc- i. • U >• d e s e 1 1 t I I#- - ■ THE JEFFERSON!AN "I WOULD NOT BELIEVE THE GOSPEL UNLE88 MOVED TH ER^TO BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE CHURCH" — ST. AUG U8TINE. WHO DIED 4>a Established in Jefferson In 1948 VOLUME FOUR Nunam IMMACULATE CONCEPTION BIBLE WAS WORTH COST A"*', «ew Sf* • £ JSt wtjL gfr^ OUR LADY OF FATIMA BLANSHARD MAKES FUN OF LITTLE SAINT OF PURITY BY SACRILEGIOUS USE OF A RELIC Chicago — Paul Blanshard, one-time advocate of an over- throw of the U. S- Constitution and leading ch&mpon of totalitar- ian effort in America to unite Church and] State by forcing the Church t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 May 1952

MAY 1M2 THE JEFFERSONIAN REV. JOHN O. O'ROURKE. EDITOR "THE HISTORIC CHURCH FOR AN HISTORIC TOWN" ■stored in the post office at Jefferson, Texas aa seconC class iA ■fell matter January 24, 1649, under the act of March 3, 1879. The ^bacrtption rate to THE JEFFHR9QNIAN, which la publlrt*. monthly, is two dollars per year. Address all communications to THE JEFFEKSONliAN, Box 705, Jefferson, Texas. Editor's phone. Jef- ferson 632. The official organ of the mission churches of the Immaculate Con- ception of the Blessed Virgin at Jefferson and of Our Lady at Fatima t Daingerfleld, THE JEFFERSONIAN Is published with tbe ap- probation of the Most Rev. Joseph P. Lynch, D. D, Bishop of Dallas. Humbly it intends to carry out the mandate o: Our Divine Lord: "Going, therefore, make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in tbe name of the Father, and of the Son and oi the Holy Ohost, teaching 'hem to observe all thai I have commanded you." Its only purpose U to serve the HISTORIC CHURCH of tbb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 May 1952

M- may iw ,TMB JirrtNiOHIAN f. 10 NeJ Cemetery— , jtinued from page 2) ild drive down tor * *• * jpolntment the next day B. aing to Dalngerfield. the P.mbed all over the side of * Ui tain which Mrs. Fuquay wlij would sell, found it too rock, r use, later went with a local wyer and Chamber offi- cIau inspect a tract on the Ntpj« foad, still later took the loci) tteral director and Major Bo% • to Inspect both pieces °1 Rt srty. Major Boehmer ex- pretai, a decided preference for ttwtj t which later was bought. I BUSY SCHEDULE Ti, evening hours found a w«i) >astor heading for Long- vie*! r a conference with the nolgll .jug pastor, thence to M fgU t0 carry out a promise ma4( trly that morning on the long |: tance to see a sick man, n4tt i back to Dalngerfield to SDeBd ie night. •• Th i., Jan. 31 at 10 a. m. Mrs, ] iquay kept her appoint- ment, Qd she and the p. p. in- swcik the property. When the gracln lady appeared non- com^ i, she was asked If she Ud u objections to the purpose 'or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 May 1952

▼MB JEFPEItSONIAN «av mt World War 2 Cost $1,116,999,463,084 To Wotl But du the fal I pels wt | mixed and gc POBHibll Catholl' problen | }>usy k tho ag I worked every | that th t.o feet Hons. i Catholl fcringin one b< what h the qui | lion. V Vict I tho po Icamo I travel lwlthoui Itolerati |work * ion, ■ .'tc. bu sett tent ol tot ac tor 1 le <1 Church ropr if Ron fn sen rorthy linciiss (E of w laid < brand Bible given cm b )tng cl TfVi.ua At t thr, 31' i as e flint I low 1 linuld Ml Mi fohn. i O Da in«. J or th Jtilfer Jefler in tli Lady lip u morn I lie ci I mftihi- ber o Wutsr tho ( staff | utile i Cutho I made | 8UKK0: return | port i V|SI Lai I tali p home Botha mail ; impor Dallas mers idea wlthoi I exproi ATrs. Inal fi | who l Eiv | Mans L.ady I Mary lthe lever < |not al James er Tf Frl ra* 1 tiam on 1 |CSM MEMORIAL DAY ASKED FOR THE SOLDIER OF SOLDIERS GOOD FRI. Each year Americans observe a national holiday on May 30th to memorialize soluTers who tiled in our ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 June 1952

S.. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION THE J "NO ONE CAN FAIL TO SEE WHAT PROFIT MUST RESULT PlfeM A DEVOUT READING) OF THE BIELE — POPE BENEDICT XV } > , ■ ■ —V; * ■ Established In Jefftrson In 1948 VOLUME FOUR NUMBER 10 JUNE, 1M2 H <5? OUR LADY OF FATIMA WHERE PETER IS THERE IS THE CHURCH FIRST OPEN HOUSE IN RECTORY IN 42 YEARS wmmmmmm <?. & Our Ladys Debt —MANY THANKS— Now 19435.59 6T1. Anonymous $20 672. Ruth N. Joyce. Roswell, N. M. (no. 6) $10 673. Will Koestler, Palestine $1 674. Aaron M. Harrison, Marshall (2nd Installment bricks) .. $10 675. Mrs. A. Burkland, New Bos- ton —* $1 676. Joe Kane, < Dallas (7 on pew) J- $10 677. Mrs. L. R. Cash, Dallas (7 and 8 on pew) 4 $20 678. A. M. Harrison (final on 1000 brick) $14 679. J. A. Kane; Dallas (8 on pew) ; j $10 680. Anonymous (final on statue of Cure of Ars- j, $15 681. Mrs. Mary Klnsey. Los An- peles (3rd on seailla) $25 682. Mrs. L. R. 'Cast? (final on pew) $20 683. Ruth N. Joyce (7 audi 8 on deuk) $20 684. Stan and M. Fen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 June 1952

TW | ▼HC JEPPC4MONIAN JUNK, II 1 erB lie ( loptlo |t Da roba liaho )ur 1 baptit Itbe H rou." 3hrlgl sai Icodbu Re\ I Lord, Ibelp i I Chi ( I Hut ( the f I pels 1 I and POBHI Catlu probli t>usy tho i work everj that to ft lionB. Cat lit l>ring one what the t tlon. VI the carno trave wither tulei'i work tlon, tic, I ol m tent not aftur Cluir a rc wr R in e wort) dinci: <— of laid bra Uib aire on Ai tili vi an what Now slinu on John C lug, oi' Jo:, Jefl In Lai up mot lie iii.li bor Wu t)i<> ntu tibji Cut inai HU« ret! por V| i ) lull hot 1)01 tllil iml Pal me ide wit ext Mn ual wh 0 Ma Lai Ma thf ev« not Jul hoi •by. \ WK \ Ch THE JEFFERSONIAN REV. JOHN O. O'RQURKE, EDITOR "THE HISTORIC CHURCH FOR AN HISTORIC TOWN" Entered In the post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class iA mail matter January 24, 1949, under the act of March 3, 1879. The Subscription rate to THE JEFFBR90NIAN, which is publish* monthly, Is two dollars per year. Address all communications to THE JEF...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 June 1952

june, 1Na I TMI JtrrCMONIAN DAINGERF1ELD CHURCH IS ONE YEAR OLD Spain Government Hits Persecutkn Madrid — The Government of this Catholic land has attacked the act of those extremists who broke Into a Seville British-own- ed Protestant chapel and burned its pews. There are Spanish laws to punish people who des- V property, and these laws witf be enforced against these criminals, a Government note to the English Government saidl Meanwhile In Liondon a high official there spoke In a level Iieaded fashion when he told the Parliament that "irresponsible people?' not Spain or the Cath- olic ' CfHurch, had brought abopt the unfortunato ii'cJitont. COMMENT: Wouldn't It be wonderful if people kept their heads and wouldn't blame the Catholic Church every lime Borne crazy Catholic somewhere makes it necessary for btittiiel? to go to Confession by sins of hate and] v!61ence. ' . . The above picture was taken June 17, 1951 and shows the large congregation present for the list Holy Mass in the h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 June 1952

TME JEfFCRSONIAN JONI, IMS Tolerance Fail*— and a fine student -butty There ■re now about 60 full-time Bap- tint churches and forty addi- tional fulltlme preaching sta- tlons In Italy, with more than 4000 membership. THB FRII5ND- LINKSS AND CORDIALITY OK THK PEOPLE OF ROME MADE ALL OF US WANT TO GO BACK AND SPEND QUITE iA WHILE IN THAT TERRITORY." These people who are praised • r their friendliness are Catho- lics. Dr. Stagg's testimony to the fact that religious freedom is practiced py Catholic Italy re- calls this abatement made In 1950 * y the leader of Italy's native Protestant church, the Walden aian Church, T>r. Guidfc Comba: "WITHOUT INTERFERENCE" "All Institutions owned and operated by the Waldensian Church can do their work with- out interference by anybody." JRev. Comba said the 200 pastors of his church could go about their work without any trouble whatsoever. On the other hand if we are Catholics and do not like the misguidedf efforts of some well- meaning Protestants...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 July 1952

ai M IMMACULATE CONCEPTION THE JEFFERSONIAN "ERROR MU8T BE FOUGHT WITH ALL OUR MIGHT, BUT THE BROTHER WHO ERRS MUST BE LOVED INTENSELY"—*POPB PIUS XII. Established In Jefferson In 1948 VOLUME FOUR NUMBER 11 JULY, 1962 OUR LADY OF F ATI MA CHRIST FORETOLD DIFFICULTIES FOR FAITS 21 ATTEND JEFFERSON BIBLE SCHOOL m> mm Here and There —CHATS WITH YOU- PROTESTANT PRAISES FREEDOM IN LAND OF CATHOLIC SUPREMACY Dublin, Ireland — The Angli- can Dean of Oesary in a sermon at Christ- Cathedral here has praised the prevalence of liberty, political, social and religious, as it exists in Ireland, a nation dominated by the Catholic faith. Very Rev. G. Seaver said that although members of the Church of IrelMid (Anglican) are a very small minority In the country, their Catholic fellow citizens have accorded them full liberty. "We are free to conduct our worship in our own churches and in our own way." the high Protestant said. "Let us never cease to be grateful for that tolerance and let us strive...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian — 1 July 1952

THE JKFFCMONIAN JULY, «MC THE JEFFERSONIAN REV. JOHN O. O'ltOURKC. EDITOR "THE HISTORIC CHURCH FOR AN HISTORIC TOWN" Entered ia the post office at Jefferson, Texas as seconC claas iA Mall matter January 24, 1949, under the act of March 3, 1879. The PBbacrtptlon rate to THE JEFFBRSONIAN, which la publlttttA monthly, la two dollara per year. Addreaa all communications to THE JEFFERSONIAN, Box 705, Jefferson, Texas. Editor's phone. Jef- ferson 632. The official organ of the mission churches of the Immaculate Con- ception of the Blessed Virgin at Jefferson and of Our Lady at Fatlina at Dalngerfleld, THE JEFFERSONIAN Is published with the ap- probation of the Most Rev. Joseph P. Lynch, D. D, Bishop of Dallas. Humbly It intends to carry out the mandate o! Our Divine Lord: "Going, therefore, make disciples of all nations, baptizing them In the name of the Father, and of the Son and ol the Holy Ghost, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you." Its only purpose ia to serve the ...

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