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PAGE 6 THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 7, 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). FORT SMITH A Mardi Gras dance, sponsored by the St. Boniface Altar Society, will be heldSaturday evening, Feb- ruary 8, in the parish hall, North 19th and "C" Streets, here. All parishioners and guests are in- vited to dance to the music of The Cecil Halstead Orchestra from 9 P.M. to midnight. The monthly meetingofthe Altar Society will be held this Sunday, February 9, beginning withprayers in church at 2 P.M. A social hour in the parish hail will follow. WALNUT RIDGE The Rev. Robert A. Dagwell, pastor of Immaculate Heart of Mary parish here, has returned from Rome where he attended the recent ordination of The Rev. Al- bert J. Schneider of Jonesboro. On his return voyage aboard the SS Raffaelo, Father Dagwell was in company of Dr. Robert Dodd, head of the Ecumenical Commis- sion of the United Church of Christ in the U.S., who was an observer at Vatican Council If. InNew York, Father Dagwell spent time as a guest of Doctor Dodd and of The Rev. E. Delaney,S. A., aGraymoor friar, at the headquarters of the Christian Unity movement. While in Rome, the Walnut Ridge pastor visited the tombs of the founder and foundress of the Sis- ters Adorers of the Most Precious Blood. Members of this order come from Ruma, Ill., each summer to TWA--Dept. 306 P.O. BOX #25 GRAND CENTRAL STATION NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10017 Please send me your free, detailed booklet "Pilgrimage Tours 1969" of Europe and the Holy Land. INAME I/STREET  !TV/STATE/ZIP My Travel Agent Is Nocturnal Adoration Slated at St. Patrick's N. Little Rock -- Nocturnal Adoration of the Blessed Sacra- ment, sponsored each First Fri- day by Little Rock Council No. 812, Knights of Columbus, will be held tonight, February 7 in St. Patrick's Church, 19th and Ma- ple Streets, North Little Rock. The pastor, The Very Rev. Msgr. Edward N. Hinckley, V. F., will open the devotion with a Mass at 8 P.M. and will close it with Mass at 6:30 A.M. tomorrow. Hours of adoration assigned to Greater Little Rock parishes are: St. Patrick's, 8-9 P.M.; Good Counsel, 9-10; St. Andrew's Cath- edral and Christ the King, I0-II; Holy Souls, II-12; St. Theresa's, 12-I A.M.; Immaculate Heart of Mary, 1-2; Immaculate Concep- tion, St. Augustine's and St. Jude's, 2-3; St. Anne's, 3-4; St. Mary's, 4-5; St. Edward's, 5-6. II teach vacation Bible school in Walnut Ridge. FORREST CITY A finance drive, to upgrade the parish school library, has been launched under the auspices of the Home-School Society of the St. Francis Parochial School. Mrs. Sam Leslie and Mrs. Harold Sharpe are co-chairmen of the drive which will feature an auction of Arkansas factory products on Saturday, at the Civic Center, and award a 23" Silver- tone Color Television set. The chairmen explained that the library for the St. Francis School, an elementary school which has grades one through six , is sub- standard. It contains only about 1,000 volumes, and 3,000 are needed to build it up to standard. BARLING The Catholic Women's Union will spend a day sewing for the missions Wednesday, February 12, at St. Mary's parish here. Mass will be offered at ll: 30 A.M. Those attending will carry sack lunches. Dessert and coffee will be served. LITTLE ROCK The Third Order Secular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel will hold its monthly meeting Sunday, February 9, at 3 P.M. in the Carmelite Nun's Monastery, 7201 West 32nd Street. Visitors will be welcome. JONESBORO The Blessed Sacrament Parish Council h e 1 d its organizational meeting January 22 in the Parish Center. The Council will meet the first Thursday of every month at 7:30 P.M. beginning in March. Those installed as officers were: president, Phil Jones; vicepresi- dent, John Goldsmith; and secre- tary, Mrs. Tom Henderson. The newly elected officers and The Rev. Louis Janesko, The Rev. Thomas Keller, Jim Sloan and Dr. Vic Stepka were appointed to a con- stitutional committee. FORT SMITH The first meeting of a newly- organized Women's Auxiliary of Immaculate Conception Church, Fort Smith, was held January 26. A brief program outlined the goals of the Auxiliary, and a social hour was enjoyed by 94 members. New officers are: President, Mrs. Kenneth Schmidt; Vice- President, Miss Ouida Caldarera; Secretary, Mrs. Jack Waddell; and_ Treasurer, Mrs. Ed Seiter. Chairmen appointed were: Mrs. Head Catholic Business Women New officers of the Catholic Business Women's Club of Little Rock are, from left, Mrs. John Castle, Jack Dallas, second vice president; and Miss Ann Kaczka ;dent. Other officers are Mrs. Charles V. Hum, first vice and Mrs. Louise George, secretary. Tony Hug, membership; Mrs. Rudy Udouj and Mrs. George See, telephone; Mrs. Jack Ber- dan, program; Mrs. James King, social; Mrs. H.B. Evans, spirit- ual; Mrs. Lawrence Komp and Mrs. Kenneth Bartsch, sanctuary; Mrs. Joe Miller, missionary; Mrs. Catherine Wanslow, ecumenism; and Mrs. Richard Bushkuhl and Mrs. Clyde Chancy, special needs. Circles will be formed and will meet the first Tuesday of each month. General meetings of the Auxiliary will be held every other month. NORTH LITTLE ROCK(MARCHE) There will be a Valentine Dance in the Immaculate Heart of Mary parish hall here Friday, February 14, beginning at 7:30 P.M. Ad- mission will be $1.50 per person. This will be the last dance until after Lent. The Immaculate Heart of Mary Altar Society will sponsor a spaghetti supper on Sunday eve- ning, February 16, from 4 to 8 P.M. The charge will be $1.25 for adults and 75 cents for chil- dren. Members of the ticket com- mittee are Florence Kaplon, Diane Zakrzewski, Margaret Zanoff and Jeanette Szparaga. Tickets may be obtained from any of these or by calling UL 1-2271. ROGERS The St. Vincent's Study Club met in the home of Mrs. J.R. Spalding. The discourse on "Eucharistic Doctrine and Wor- ship" from Pope was studied and discussed, The Rev. H.J. ChinerY on the Eucharist. Those participating in cussions were Mrs. man, Mrs. Ben Rash, Van Allen, Mrs. Viola Mrs. Spalding, Mrs. Merritt, Mrs. and Mrs. W.D. Cortner. LITTLE ROCK The 21 Club will ride tomorrow, George Skorcz's. meet at St. Edward's lot 6:30 P.M. Further may be obtained from Tucker, president, TE 5- On Sunday, February Club will hold a general J at Holy Souls & "H" Streets, at 7:30 single Catholics over 31! vited to join. WALNUT RIDGE - The recent Week Christian unity menical services in St. Church, Knobel, youth of theparish, and Walnut Ridge, conducted representing the Presbyterian, Catholic churches of and Hoxie. The Hoxie High under Mrs. John Bacy, See ANouNo oN A few friendly Pot to ::: Next time you want something nice and mellow, one of our friendly California Ports: fragrant Tawny; rich Ruby; or elegant Treasure. Made from pedigreed grapes--and aged patiently in oaken casks, our Ports are meant to be called onmany time. Sole Diltributors: Inc., Sin Francisco, ( TheCh00 stian Wines