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PAGE 6 THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 3, 1969 What's Happening Around the Diocese (This Guardian feature is designed to serve all the Catholic organiza- tions in the Diocese of Little Rock. The deadline for stories to be in- cluded is 8:30 A.M. of the Friday prior to the week of publication). LITTLE ROCK Holy Souls Cub Scout Pack 27 met in the school auditorium re- cently. Joe Kirchner, packmas- ter, presided. Beginning with a flag ceremony, Bearcat pins were awarded to the following cubs: RorkBiggs, David Goodgame, Mark Woods, Donnie Perrymore, Mike Baldwin, John Madey, Mike McManus, Robert Halinski, Tom Ed Vogler, Jimmy Binz and David Lipsmeyer. Grog Reynolds was awarded two silver arrows and a gold arrow award. Showmanship achievement badges were awarded to the following: Michael Bailey, Pat Baldwin, Lie Bauer, John Breen, DeWayne McMahurin and John E. Meisenbacher, Jr. One-year service awards went to Michael Bailey, Lin Bauer, John Breen and John Meisenbach- er. Two-year service awards were presented to Pat Baldwin and DeWayne Mahurin. Donner Badges were presented to Pat Baldwin and John Meisen- bacher. Den Number One presented a riverboat minstrel skit with Den Chief Andy Bunten serving as Mr. Interlocuter. KNOBEL WALNUT RIDGE Members of the Catholic Youth Organization of St. George parish in Knobel and Immaculate Heart of Mary parish in Walnut Ridge met in Memorial Hall recently for a Drs. Bunten & Thessing CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES 1515 W. 7th., Little Rock Phone FR 4-5902 Controls... Phone FR 2-2277 HAJESTIC . . . Cleaning with "Sanitone" -- Will appreciate your business LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS Laundry with "Ivory Soap" Termites... and ethel.  PESTS! Call FR 4-6469 Write: Box 2597 Little Rock- 72203 Just Down The Street from Mt. St. Mary's HILLCREST SHOPPERS GUIDE Where your business is welcomed & appreciated by these friendly folksl FREE PARKING HILLCREST CLEAHERS Kavanau=h & Aah Me 3.2889 "We Launder Shirts" ROY RHEA, Owner CHURCN-RHEA DRUG CO. 2809 Kavaneugh MO 3-4131 FREE DELIVERY DAN'S SHOE SHOP RAY AND CLARENCE TROILLET "The Best in Shoe Repairing" 2903 Kevanauoh Me 6-9731 Member Worthen Charge Service SPA TZ Bakery & Caterers 2809 Kavanaugh MO 3-2039 HILLCREST ALL STAR MARKET 2804 Kevanaugh Me 4.1486 Free Parking Lot S & H GREEN STAMPS The Guardian A Makes A Fine Gift Another Magazine Ceases Publishing Carthagena, Ohio (NC)-- The Society of the Precious Blood cea- sed publishing its 74-year-old monthly magazine, Precious Blood Messenger, with the Decem- ber issue, it was announced at St. Charles seminary here. According to the magazine's co- editor, Father Don Ranly, C.PP.S., the periodical will be replaced by a quarterly "dealing with the men and activities of the Society of the Precious Blood." In an editorial, Father Ranly says "the cessation of one more Catholic magazine is both a sad and happy occurence." It refers to "needless proliferation" in the Catholic press as "a waste of religious manpower in an age which already is short of it." Father Ranly adds that "much better use must be made of our weekly dio- cesan press." Christmas party. A ceremony honoring Sister Lucy opened the party. Andy Lipsmeyer offered the prayer and Maria Nolan was crowned Sister Lucy. Gifts were exchanged and a present was presented to The Rev. Robert A. Dagwell, pastor of both parishes, before his departure for Rome to attend the ordination of The Rev. Albert Joseph Schnei- der. Moderators were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fox and Father Dagwell. SPRINGDALE Members of St. Raphael's Altar Society held their annual Christ- mas party for the women of the parish in Heinie's Steak House recently. Twenty-one members and guests were present. Mrs. Alice Gage and Mrs. John Enders were co-hostesses. Mrs. Edward Cel- lier won the door prize. MENA- WALDRON MT. IDA A children's Christmas party for St. Agnes parish in Mena and St. Jude's parish in Waldron was held in St. Agnes parish hall De- cember 18, after the 6 P.M. Mass. At tim offertory of the Mass the children approached the altar and gave a gift to the needy. The hall decorated by the moth- ers of the parish under the chair- manship of Mrs. Charles Camp- bell featured a large Christmas tree at one end of the hall. Games, gifts and refreshments were PrePared by the mothers. St. Agnes Diocesan Council of Catholic Women sponsored achil- dren's party for the newly-formed All Saints Mission at Mount Ida December 21. Five women from St. Jude's We Wonder... . . .how many Americans real- ize that the governmental, cor- porate and personal debt totals more than $1.2-trillion. Delegate Greets Indian Dancers At ceremonies commemorating the 100th anniversary of Diocese of Tucson, Arizona, and the opening of the Cathedral of St. Augustine, Archbishop Luigi Apostolic Delegate in the U.S., visited with a group of dancers. They are members of the famous St. John's Dancers from Laveen, Ariz. (NC Photo) # donated six hours each at St. Ag- with gifts made by them in sc nes, wrapping gifts and preparing Supervision and co-ordinat baskets December 1:. Mrs.Henry all charitable activities re: Berry, Mrs. P. J. Garish and Mrs. three parishes was done by$ T. GABI 9 A.M. T. JOHI 10 A.h Robert Campbell did the baking. Fifteen Catholic Youth Organi- zation members, under the direc- tion of Mrs. Rose Rain,s, made up 46 baskets and delivered them. Food, clothing and moneyweredo- nated by the people of bothparish- es, The Activities Group, child- ren from grades one to four vis- ited Leisure Lodge December 21 Elizabeth, O.S.B., Maxine, O.S.B. and Tra Reading braet The Guardian i KEEPS A CATHOLIC" INFORMED 00MEI  M* !:; LES zti, Distributing bym.  ARKANSAS ; -" PACKING CO. iMusi= BIG THINGS ARE HAPPENING AT THE BANK THAT MAKES THINGS HAPPEN iCall HA