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February 15, 1974

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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 15, 1974 What's Happening Here and There Around the Diocese LITTLE ROCK The Old West Dinner Theater was the scene Iast night of a Valentine "Sweetheart Party" sponsored by Bishop Andrew Byrne General Assembly, Fourth Degree, Knights of Columbus. Upwards of 250 members and their ladies at- tended. The Knights had bought out the dinner theater for the evening. SLOVAK The North Little Rock Deanery of Catholic Women will hold its first meeting of the new year Sunday, Feb. 17, at 2 P.M. in SS. Cyril & Methodius Church Henry Block has 17 reasons why you should come to us for income tax help. Reason 12. We have had years of experience and our people have been specially trained. We will do our best in preparing your return, and then we'll carefully check it for accuracy. [Ela[]00BLOCi00 THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE here. An open board meeting will precede the business session. Sister Fades Gough, O.P., diocesan coordinator of teacher training, will speak on liturgy in the home and the religious education of children. Car pools are being formed. Mildred Engster, deanery president, said arrangements for a ride can be made by phoning 374-2790. LITTLE ROCK Stephen H. DeSalvo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry DeSalvo of Little Rock,  an alumnus of Catholic High School, has been elected to Who's Who Among Stu- dents in Am- erican Universities and Colleges. DeSalvo, a senior in the College of Industrial Engineering at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, was cited for outstanding merit and accomplishment. He is president of the Blue Key National Honor Fraternity, president of the Engineering Council, engineering representative on the University's Senate Council and a member of the American Institute of Industrial Engineering. He has been residence hall assistant, an administrative aide to the student body president and, in 1972, was honored during Engineering Week. DeSalvo is a grandson of Tony L. DeSalvo and Frank Rossi, both of Center Ridge. SPRINGDALE portant to me because it teaches me to love and serve God and that is the most important thing in life. The Catholic school gives me different advantages. One is being able to help plan the liturgy. Another advantage is having a nun for a teacher. It is important to me because I learn religion and religious songs from someone who knows all about them and is a very good teacher in other subjects also. My classmates are kind and willing to share their thing with me. And I feel that God is always with me." LITTLE ROCK A "Sock Hop" will bring back the 1950s for members of the Christian Couples Club tomorrow, Saturday, Feb. 16, in Holy Souls School auditorium. Dancing will begin at 8 P.M. Mrs. Mary Ellen Hayden, publicity chairman, said dress of the 50s is being encouraged Jonesboro Essayists Honored Sister Mary Anne, O.S.B., principal of Blessed School, Jonesboro, presents prizes to winners of an contest. From left, Elaine Bosche, fifth grade, the winner; Steve Kincade, sixth grade; and Janet fourth grade. (See text of Elaine's Tannin on this page). for the dance. Information which followed in the Carroll about the program is available Room, Mrs. Calascibetta ap- at 663-7412. EL DORADO Mrs. Anne Gaunntt was appointed to fill the vacancy of secretary of the Holy Redeemer Altar Society during its monthly meeting in the school auditorium here Feb. 4. Hostesses at the workshop were Mrs. J. Frank Clark and Mrs. Albert Abdella. PINE BLUFF Mrs. Richard Pierce of the First Methodist Church is the new president of Church Women United. Also elected at the Jan. 31 annual meeting in Gallagher Hall with women of St. Joseph's parish as hostesses parliamentarian; Re Struever, historian; and pointed new commission Kileen, publicity. chairmen. They were Emma Alice Murphy and Rock, church; Margaret Bayne, were added to the community and family affairs; rolls, bringing the numb J Nell Door, altar; Lucille who were present. Rthe r Calascibetta, hospital; Frances SEE AROUND ON P*ROI Berls and Elsie Ross, program chairmen; Nina Longinotti, inure will VALENTINE'S DANC0000: R,c!'s Armory. i:n: 1 r J[ (War Memorial Park) t,ttle Rop Saturday, Feb. 16 W Cost: $6 a Coupi 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. v T,ckets at the dw., Andrew Penzo is the new were: Mrs. George Barron of by JIt TILLER COMBO  president of St. Raphael's Trinity Episcopal, vice Music: Parish Council here. Other president; Mrs. Roy Hunter of officers are Ken Broch, vice First Presbyterian Churchl Door prizes, set ups, snaks prov|de president; Mrs. W.D. O'Mara, secretary; Mrs. M. J. Cook of secretary; Joe Taldo, vice Wesley Methodist, treasurer; pv.uruvyvbuD,nmlinrmua l DBRK; G=! 01n( I secretary" Mrs" C" F' Marl f St' Jseph's' I  pi--e- Bi-uf-fo  Elected to three year terms advisor; and Mrs. Hazel .... _ ..... by parishioners were Raymond Dabney of Lakeside Methodist, - ......... Franco and Richard Weis. advisor. Reiaresenting parish Father Al Baltz of St. organizations on the council are Joseph's parish installed the hone892-5273 Pocahontas, ArkP Ray Wisniewski, Men's Club; officers. The pastor, Father ! Mrs. William Roblee, Altar John F. O'Donnell, gave the i !:I!IIIIL9 1 Society;AndreaPenzo, CYO; invocation. Fifteen churches of u!s Mrs. Gordon Boles, DCCW; and six denominations were Garvin Martini, DCCM. Mrs. represented. Mrs. Wes Smelley as Harlan Montag is youth cam- of Youth Home, Inc., Little sici mitteechairman. Mr. Martiniis Rock, was guest speaker. choir director. Guests were welcomed by Mrs. -  1 Five visitors at the council's John Turchi, Mrs. Robert P. recent meeting were William Fratesi, Mrs. Harold Martin, I   m- WHERE YOU ,,.-0 1 Roblee, Roger Honey, Herman Mrs. Thomas Dial and Mrs. AI I  SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE .... ;fight Seater, Debbie Roblee and Bednar. Chairmen for a social "" ff of Thomas Baumgartner. hour were Mrs. Louis Smith and Ireq The next meeting will be held Mrs. Earl Clemmons. March 4 at 7:30 P.M.  ,;w HOT SPRINGS h l JONESBORO Mrs. Lucille Calascibetta was installed as president of the St. Elaine B0sche of Jonesboro Mary of the Springs Altar and | * WalterCook * LlnNixon _ was chosen school winner in a Rosary Society in the church I Weaver Loyd * Budd Lybrand recent Catholic School Week preceding the February essay contest conducted at meeting by outgoing President Phone 534-7041 612 W. 6th Ave. Pine Bluff, I Blessed Sacrament School. The Kay Schildgen. school is planning a special Other new officers installed at liturgy and social for all in- services conducted by Father valved with the school. Bernard Malone, pastor, were y UN G 'S J Elaine's essay, entitled "Why Emma Rock, vice president; ' Z A Catholic School Is Important Gertrude Albright, secretary; to Me," reads: and Mary Allman, treasurer. LAUNDRY AND CLEANER5 ,, "A Catholic school is ira- McDANIEL HARDWARE AND  FURNITURE COMPANY G. E. APPLIANCES Phone 892-5231 On Pocahontas" Busiest Corner OIdsmobilesAtES & gl00[ $ ] FrigidaireAppLiANCES BALTZ EQUIPMENT CO. Highway 67 and 62 at "Y" Firm Equipment  Motor Trucks  Parts end Service PHONES: 892.5254 or 892-5255 POCAHONTAS ARKANSAS Arkansas MRS. CATHERINE HIEGEL Conway -- Mrs. Catherine Moix Hiegel, 87, mother of the late Father Louis J. Hiegel, S.J., and the aunt of several Religious, died Jan 20 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Philip J. Pinter, 605 S. Donaghey St. Father Victor Gillespie, O.S.B., of Subiaco Abbey, a nephew, celebrated the Mass of Christian Burial for Mrs. Hiegel at St. Joseph's Church here Jan. 23. She was born Sept. 28, 1886, at Praz-Jean, Valais, Switzerland, the daughter of the late Martin and Catherine Moix. She was married to the late James J. Hieget Jan. 16, 1912, in Conway. Mr. Hiegel died in 1960. Survivors include three sons, Alfred J. Hiegel of Schenectady, N.Y., Edward P. Hiegel of Memphis, Tenn., and Arthur F. Hiegel of North Palm Beach, At the business meeting, Obituaries Fla.; a daughter, Mrs. Marie Pinter of Conway; 19 grand- children and 10 great grand- children. Relatives in the Religious life, in addition to Father Victor, include Father Michael P. Hiegel, Maryknoll missioner in the Philippines, a nephew; Father Harry Hiegel of the Order of Precious Blood in Los Angeles, a grandnephew; and Sister Sabine Gillespie, O.S.B., of Our Lady of Peace Convent in Columbia, Mo., a niece. Two Rosaries were recited the day before the funeral at the McNutt Funeral Home Chapel here. One was by the Christian Mothers Society in the af- ternoon and the other by the family in the evening. Burial was in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Julian Nabholz, Theodore SEE OBITUARIES ON PG.7 917 Main Street Pine Bluff Arkansas RALPH & SON FUNERAL DIRECTORS CHERRY St. AT,TH AVE. / PHONE 534-3131