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PAGE 4 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC FEBRUARY 18, 1 P R H 5 By Joyce Dillingham Our Lady of Good Counsel, Little Rock, Altar Society will have a Sweep heart Potluck luncheon in the school gymnasium on Friday, Feb. 16 at 12:30 PM. Members are urged to invite a guest and to bring their favorite dish Loretta Longinotti is club president Immaculate Conception, North Little Rock, recently installed its new Pastoral Council Executive Board. Officers are Julie Stewart, president; Dr. Amail Chudy, vice-president; and Kathy Nau- man, secretary. New council members are Marjo Hadfield, Spiritual Growth; Suzy Shaunfield, Education; znd Rick Cook, Parish Life. Other members are Diana Harsa, Christian Service; Larry Shelton, Fhaance and Administration; and Anna Centanni, Public Relations. Outgoing board members are Tom Stramel, president; David Kraft, vice- president; and Janie Calvert, secretary. Bertie and Ray Jones, members of Blessed Sacrament, Jonesboro, recendy Bertie and Ray Jones celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary with family and fellow parishioners. A commemorative Mass was celebrated by Fr. Ralph Lynch of St. Meinrad Archabbey, St. Meinrad, IN, assisted by pastor Fr. Ernest Hardesty. A reception was hosted by the couple's children in the parish hall. They are Sharon and Ray Jones III, Jonesboro; Therese and John Snively, Highland Park, NJ; and Lisa and Dennis Newton, Tarpon Springs, FL. The couple has five grandchildren. The Joneses were married Jan. 20, Z The diocesan office.of Justice and Peace will sponsor a mlm conference on the United States Bishops' Economic Pastoral.. ECONOMIC JUSTICI FOR ALL for the Central Deanery parishes on Sat., Mar. ;5 from 9 AM to 1 PM at Christ the King Parish Life Center, 4000 N. Rodney Parham, Little Rock. The program will include prayer, l ge and small group discussions as well as time for parish members to meet and plan steps of action in their own parishes. Costs: $;5 per person which includes a copy of the pastoral. Registration forms are available from your pastor or the Office of Justice & Peace, ,P O Box 72;59, Little Rock, AR 72217 or phone 664- 0340, ext. ;566. Please hurry...registration forms w/ must be returned by Feb. 25. X W g 1940, at Blessed Sacrament Church in Memphis, TN. She is the former Bertie Walden. He is a retired district man- ager of Sears Roebuck and Co, where he worked for 40 years. ',Mardi Gras Madness," a fundraiser sponsored by St.John's Youth Ministry, Hot Springs, will be held at Benedic- fine Manor cafeteria, Second and Grand Ave. on Saturday, Feb. 17. Dinner will be served from 6 - 8:30 PM. The menu will be baked chicken breasts, (with special cajun sauce optional), au gratin potatoes, green salad, French bread and cream puffs. Tickets are $4 for adults, $2 for children. Proceeds will benefit the ministry's convention fund. :,k * * :,1 I m not a chef, I'm a cook," sai Fitzgerald, who with her husbandJoh founded Captains Nine Restaurant which evolved into Captains Nine Ca" tering in Little Rock in 1972. Native New Yorkers, the FitzgeraldS were always "nautically inclined," and named the business after their boating interests and their seven children. A Wills Awareness Seminar will be sponsored by the Development Co " mittee of the Catholic Education En" dowment Fund (CEEF) at Christ The King, Fort Smith, parish hall on Su ' day, Feb. 18 at 3 PM. A qualified pan.d will be present to answer questions and give explanations about wills. Everyoge is welcome. Stephanie Woell, sophomore nursing student at Franciscan University of Steubenville, OH, was named to the Dean's List for the fall semester. She is the daughter of Tummy and Fred Woell, parishioners of Christ The King, Little 7:30 - 10:30 PM. Tickets arela Rock. couple and may be purchased at th! | .. door. Food and drinks will be serVCd [ t and music will be provided by a { jockey Proceeds will be used for repai/!_. ,l | " , ~ on the school s ballfield/playgrou "! Christ The King, Little Rock, Me '! [ Club will sponsor a dancein the par i Life Center on Saturday, Feb. 17 fr0 I Casual dress is in order. [ ! Billy Bock, Pine Bluff High Scii~| ]' baseball coach, has been named S 'I :: tional High School Coach of the Def| tallied 143 wins, 21 losses .... A raduate of Subiaco Academy, 13 | m ...... o ~ ! Stepharfie Woell has coached baseball throughout + I state for 31 years. Among his assi l ql * * * * ments have been St. Anne's Acader Y'[ " Frances Fitzgerald, parishioner of Fort Smith (now closed) and Imm [t Christ The King, Little Rock, was late Conception school, North Litw| named Chef of the Year by the Arkan- Rock. | sas Professional Cooks and Chefs Asso- Bock and wife Joe Ann, parislfiotte [ ; ciation. The award was sponsored byof St.Joseph s, have four children ARKLA Gas Co. She was honored at a two grandchildren. banquet and received two dozen roses L to R: Jeff Medbury of Alouette's, Frances Fitzgerald and Arthur conl r of ARKLA Gas (Robert Poole / Arkansas Democrat)