The Jeffersonian (Jefferson, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 2, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 1, 1950 Page: 1 of 8
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THE EUCHARIST - WHAT IS IT? - Page 3
Five Converts Received Into Church!
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RENEWED BY THIRTY
AFTER FIRST WEEK
As we go to press, we are able
to report the results of the first
week of bur annual drive for sun-
scriptlons as follows: Thirty en-
velopes out of 848 letters mailed
have 'been returned with sub-
scriptions ' totalling $75 to help
carry on the work of THE JJ5FP-
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Progress on the home missions
1s reflected by the above pic-
tures taken on the occasion of
the recent reception of 5 adult
converts into the Catholic Church.
All took their instructions under
the editor of this paper. Upper
left, R. T. Campbell of 'Marshall
is shown being presented a ros-
ary by his wife on the pccaslon
'of his Baptism Aug. 24th... Upper
right, 'Mrs. Allen Barr. holds her
3 week-old, infant son, James Al-
len, immediately after their joint
Baptism. Mrs. Bin's oldest
child. .2 .,year . old Elizabeth Jean
was BV, O'Rpurke's first,, papism
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after ordination. Lower left,
Mrs. James Prudhomme, former-
ly of Hughes 8prings and now of
Stonewall, La,, holds her Infant
son as she admires the Papal
blessing which the editor obtain-
ed for her on the occasion of her
entrance into the Church. Lower
right, John Douglas Nichols signs
his profession of the faith before
Our Lady's altar In St. Joseph'p,
Marshall, as William Craig, Jr..
his fellow convert, looks on. Both
are Marshall High School stu-
dents. Insert, god-parents pose
with the converts in the sanctuary
of (immaculate Conception Church
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after the ceremony. Left to right,
Mr. A. K. Roscoe, Bll Craig, Mrs.
Roscoe, Mr. S. D. Wood, Jr., John
Nichols, Mrs. Wood, all of Mar-
shall, and Mr. Alphonse Perot,
Mrs. Barr, Mrs. Perot and James
Barr, all of Jefferson. Four of
the six Baptisms took place in
the Jefferson church Sept. 3rd.
Mrs. Prudhomme was received
into the Church at Stonewall, La.
Aug. 20 and Mr. Campbell, now
with the Nary In Tokyo, <Wa
baptized In St. Joseph's Church,
Marshall. Aug. 24. JEFFERSON-
IAN1 staff photos "by' the editor.
$111 ADDED TO
FUND FOR SHRINE BY
"With $3715 officially raised In
the first campaign for funds for
shtine chapel In the missions of
East Texas to honor Our Lady of
Fatima THE JERFHRSONIAjN
with this issue is happy to report
that fourteen friends 6f the home
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O'Rourke, John G. The Jeffersonian (Jefferson, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 2, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 1, 1950, newspaper, October 1, 1950; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth293184/m1/1/?q=%22%22~1: accessed April 3, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.