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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 22, 1974 FORT SMITH OFFICE SUPPLY 16-18 SOUTH 6th STREET HEADQUARTERS FOR OFFICE FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT Mike Cullen-Bill Turner-Larry Biggs FORT SMITH Jerry Lambiotte-Juan Jordan PHONE 782-0311 OPEN 24 HOURS EVERY DAY MIDLAND BOWL '! i]i 'I "' ii?"'iiii!!i'i i These were the Arkansas Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts and Scout leaders who were honored during recent Scout Sunday services at St. An- drew's Cathedral, Little Rock. ills Excellency Bishop Andrew J. McDonald awarded two Plus XII Medals, two St. Anne Medals, one St. George Medal, 40 Marian Awards, 11 Ad Aitare Dei Medals, 14 service pins and five Parvuli Dei Awards. = ....  =,  Boy and Girl Scouts Cited for Attention to Their Faith What's Happening Kelley Hwy. & North .32 st.-785-2551 CLINTON FURNITURE CO. 919 Rollerl Ave. Fort Smith PHONE 783-8281 et, les Its Enderlin of Stuttgart, has been named to Who's Who Among Stu- dents in Am- erican Uni- versities and Colleges. She is a senior mathematics major at Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, is student govern- ment secretary and a member of Chi Omega Sorority. She is a communicant of Holy Rosary Church and is active in the college Search program. LITTLE ROCK The monthly day of recollection for women of Greater Little Rock will be held Thursday, Feb. 28, at the Carmelite Monastery, 7201 West 32nd Street, with Father James E. Mancini of Good Counsei parish officiating. Confessions will be heard at 9:30 A.M. Mass at 10 o'clock will be followed by a conference. Information about the devotion is available from Mrs. Lee Rogers, 663-5988. POCAHONTAS A workshop on "The Nature of the Church" has been con- ducted in St. Paul's Church here on two successive Sundays. Miss Charlott Jones of Jonesboro, secretary of the Deanery Adult Education Board and a member of the Diocesan Board, spoke Feb. 10 on "Who We Are as Church." Last Sunday Sister Maxine Vogan, O.S.B., conducted a session on goal setting and methods of attaining them in the parish. MAGNOLIA A Memorial Fund honoring Mrs. Catherine P. Rajmund, mother of Father Walter P. Rajmund, pastor of Im- Follow the highway signs up St. Maws Mountain on Highway 186, easily accessible from U.S. 64 and In- terstate 40. Tours, 9:.00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Wein Keller Restaurant open 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., Monday The tours are nice too. Wein Keller Restaurant. Havea glor.ious meal 0000ederkehr00 Fort Smith, Arkansas PRODUCE EXCHANGE "For Those'Who Care To Save " 1120 Garrison Shop At The FOOD CENTER 00DRINK Fort Smith, Arkansas HELP PREVENT FOREST FIRES IN THE SOUTH through Saturday. Reservations please. 0000ederhehr WINE CELLARS, INC. ALTUS, ARKANSAS STUTTGART Miss Emily Enderlin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. American Field Services and installed as president of the St. the CYO and arranged to Edward's Altar Society at a prepare Sunshine Baskets each  potluck dinner Feb. 7 by Father month for an elderly or shut-in Alcuin Kubis, O.S.B., pastor. Other officers installed were Mrs. William Hanson, vice president; Miss Lucille Young, secretary; and Mrs. James Flippen, treasurer. Mrs. Ellis Clark discussed "Religion in Art" at.a Feb. 7 meeting of Holy Cross Council of Women. Plans were made for a community-wide Spring Day to be held in Crossett March 23. Mrs. Gwendolyn Banks will be chairman. The Council reported contributions to the local unit of LITTLE ROCK Miss Elizabeth Rose was maculate Heart of Mary parish here, has been established by the Parish Council of Catholic Women. Mrs. Rajmund died recently in Pennsylvania. Contributions to the fund, ac- cording to Mary Johnson, CCW president, should be sent to Father Rajmund at 201 Smith Street, Magnolia, Ark. 71753. The CCW met at the home of Mrs. Stella Trimble Feb. 14. An Italian dinner was served with Mrs. Ella Dees as co*hostess. LITTLE ROCK St. Francis Fraternity, Third Order of St. Francis, will meet this Sunday, Feb. 24, at 2 P.M. in Good Counsel Church. On Saturday, March 2, the Fraternity will sponsor a Rosary service for world peace in St. Andrew's Cathedral. The devotion, opening with a Holy Hour, will last from 1 to 4 P.M. FAYETTEVILLE A Young Adult "Search for Christian Maturity" will be conducted March 8-10 at Mount Sequoyah Assembly here. College age men and women have been enrolled for the program. NORTH LITTLE ROCK A Parish Work Day will be with study of the held tomorrow, Feb. 23, at Penance and Immaculate Conception Church students of Teenage here. Men of the parish will do SeE AROUNO ON painting, repair a sewer line, clean storage rooms, tile restroom floors and plant new ROGERS shrubs. Plans for the work were made by Glen Bennewise, Bart Barre, Andrew Hiegel, Bill Hoffman and John Leszczyna. Men and CYO boys have been invited to participate. 0tlS LITTLE ROCK !,ing St. Vincent Infir graduated 28 students fro m h e a 1 t h career schools[", Friday. The School of Pratv t Nursing graduated Patrici{ Barnard Elizabeth A tr aa Kate Chandler, Barbaro Davis, Peggy A. Garrett, Lawrence, Monica F. MIAti Maxine G. Phillips, Luer, Roth, Brenda Smith, Lit&See Smith and Bertha D. Stell, Little Rock; Betty J. Cormaek, Anita G. Sharon A. Page and Peten, all of North Little Julie A. Thompson and Williams, both of Mary E. Walden of Linda M. Waters of ville. The School of Laboratory Assistl graduated Carol Cook Deborah Givens of Little I Sandra Pointer of Pine Virginia Ray of Cabot Rockwell of Hot S Deborah Bellah of Flint, Graduated from the Nurse Anesthetists Jean Cottrell of Little and Betty Wald of FORT SMITH The second quarter of religious education St. Scholastica Educ Center has been completed POCAHONTAS The junior boys basketball team of St. Paul's School won the Area IV League cham- pionship with 21 victorms. The team was defeated only twice. Members were Roger Baltz, Ronnie Baltz, John Farley, John Throesch, George Dust, Terry Redwine, Scott Baltz, Dennis Thielemier, Jeff Baltz, Jim Green, Ronnie Jansen, Andy Baltz, Kevin Ungerank, Doug Baltz, Mike Prichard, Jerry Sharp, Larry Mondy, Mark DeClerk, Bert Anger, and Ken Carucci, manager. The coach is Rick Peterson. FARMERS AND MERCHANTS ( MAIN OFFICE-2nd & Elm ROGERS. ARKANSAS F & M SOUTH OFFICE-- Hiwa, Immmmmmm FRED'S 71 TRUCK STOP HIGHWAY 71 WEST, ROGERS, ARK" 72756 501-636-7020 24 HOUR SERVICE person. A potluck supper tonight will feature an address by Sister Fides Gough, O.P. of the Diocesan Education Department. Assisting Mrs. Jerry Crow as hostess were Mrs. Michael Ausmus and Mrs. Robert Schultz. CROSSETT len !y a for  Ihi Here and There Around the DioceseS::