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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 22, 1974 7th Graders League Tourney Champs The Pine Bluff Catholic School seventh grade team that won their league tournament are, from left, top row, Coach Elmer Bankston, Charles Freeman, Raymond Dixon, Rodney Kindle, Earl Buckingham, Jarvis Morehead, Derwin Clark, George Schreiner, and assistant coach Larry Buckingham; front row, Chris Cronin, Ricky Jasper, Michael Jasper, Ray Mosley, David Morehead, Raymond Smith and Charles McLarty. At right, Coaches Buckingham and Bankston present the league trophy to Sister Carissima, S. Sp. S., the school principal. CYO to Honor Local Unit For Improvement Little Rock -- Nomination forms for the Most Improved Catholic Youth Organization in Arkansas have been mailed to parishes throughout the state, Vivian Svestka, state president, has announced. Based on replies and presentations, three CYOs will be honored at the state CYO convention in Little Rock May 3- 5. St. Joseph's of Conway won the award last year and St. Michael's CYO of West Mem- phis was runner-up. Miss Svestka .also announced new election campaigning regulations, enacted at the national CYO convention, for those seeking state office in 1974. She said the move was made to avoid giving better- financed campaigns an ad- vantage over others. Regulations include no campaign materials being distributed in hotel rooms, no Planning CDA Convention These women are drafting plans of the Arkansas State Court, Catholic Dau America, to be held in Pine Bluff April 19-21. From are State Regent Mrs. Johnny Turchi, Mrs. Harold and Mrs. Alfred Bednar, co-chairmen of the committee, and Regent Mrs. Charles Failla of Lady of Victory, the host court. signs, confetti, balloons and the advertising like at the convention, which one person signs this year will be held at the "nitted in the Little Rock Convention Center. Banners, bands and demonstrations will not be permitted, nor will campaign hats, pins, vests, and other Oberstes Celebrate Jubilee A reception in the First Federal Savings meeting room in Park Hill followed the Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Oberste have five children, Louis J. of North Little Rock, George H., Jerry A. and Kenneth E. Oberste of Little Rock and Mrs. Francis (Rosemary) R. Bergeron of Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., 21 grandchildren and one great grandchild. i LaBrot Sewing Center Family Machines-Industrial Repairs and Service 1508 So. University North Little Rock -- Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Oberste of 3707 Lakeshore. Drive celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary recently with a Mass in St. Patrick's Church here. They wre married Jan. 30, 1924 in St. Joseph's Church, Paris. Mrs. Oberste is the former Hermin Rose Zeller, youngest daughter of GeorgeM. Zeller of Paris. Mr. Oberste is from Hartman. He is retired after 45 years service with the Internal Revenue Service. DO You The couple renewed nuptial Remember? vows Jan. 30 at the jubilee Mass offered by their pastor, Father Joseph N. Doyle, V.F., with His Excellency Bishop Albert L. ) .A1RS &GO Fletcher, former Bishop of THIS WEEK Little Rock, and Msgr. Thomas Acme Typewr:ter Exchange The Guardian reportecl: J. Prendergast in the sanc- Victor Gestetner Royal Typewriters Mena -- Three circles, each tuary. Chuck and Dan Oberste Adding * Duplicating Machines * Standard Electric having 17 members, were were servers. Lisa and Denis SALES -SERVICE -RENTALS 521-2550 formed at a meeting of the St. Oberste carried the gifts. Mrs. 408 W. Dickson - BILL WEAT,HERFORD, Mgr. 442-7672 Agnes Auxiliary at the home of Frank Kordsmeier provided .. Mrs. C.B. Nall. Mrs. J. Thinnes music and Kenneth Oberste was AMPLE Ne PARKmG al HEALEY " FUNERAL Mq Sa! PHONE 15011-6 5800 WEST l' i LITTLE ROCK, AB. Frances Flower Shop 1222 W. 6th St. - 72-2203 Little Rock, Ark. We honor your l)iners, American Express and Ba ilkA rne rica rd. week. This was almost one ton COLONIAL FLOWER SHOP more than was contributed in all the good 1972. , s.191 o i Additionally, the diocese 3017 Kavanaugh Blvd. things baked in whichCntributedwas $973.13remittedin toCaSh'the Little Rook, Arlmasu national office of Catholic Relief Services. Father Savary said 22[ ,u,., [ Take parishes donated 14,430 pounds VESTAL LAB , , of clothing last year, as against TEOFORD DRUG STORE six pack Tl -. . To Advertise 12,622 pounds in 1972.  .................... Rexall , ! :i! Tom Jones C.& w,t- T.E. Ma,. ISEHMAH t CARPETING ...In This ;nice ,  B.s. a76-1o2a Pu,,cs'rs   i Res. 753-1314 Phone 374-4926 hOFIQ Ceramic wall and floor file -r STEINWAY PIANOS J,:. z116 Ml.e. 915 ET m STREET L RUe Resilient Floor Tile = " FOR THOSE , No. Little Rock . Linoleum and Formica Sold Outright or Installed Write WHO WANT Jan uary's Tom Chipman THE FINEST TheBeautifulEaSy WaYFioorsTO GERALD NEAL Ozark Floor Co. P.O. Box]417 ,,,,w. ,,.,*,,,h..o.k 106 Ouachita, Hot Springs Hospitals Schools 928 College 442-4451 L.R., Ark. 72207 319 W. Mai., Jo, .... iuo Institutions Agriculture i i was elected chairman of Circle lector. 666-7187 , No. 1, Mrs. J.A. Connell of Circle No. 2 and Mrs. C.B. Hall of Circle No. 3. Mrs. T.M. 'e Fletcher was elected general ec chairman and treasurer, and Mrs. F.J. Greiner, secretary. ,-5 .co   LYON -- .... .j[ - Phone  61 Pharmacy, I -- 4020 Bruno Rd., Little Rock -v Oil church in Grant County, Holy __ MacArthur Drive Cross Church at Sheridan, was Phone 565..4674 North Little ock, ArK. | lu dedicated by His Excellency  Bishop Fletcher last Sunday. II ___i ........ i 5901 West 12th jLr The $12,000 building, erected I- m--ss Ct.eE=[ I PIK[ PtMI [CHmV Oru I [ 664-3907 _[tor JesseUnder Cheney,the directiOnrequiredOf Fatheran ex- a.,U pill &  , ,,, :::r;::-"  I -= i,,. penditure of only $2,500 by the "l)ersoaall00dWo,00' ! I ";;i';m; ! I.-..7,;,= - parish. A few parishioners, an C.C. BUMPASS, OWNER i [ L -.. i I 562-3740 It  energetic pastor and a host of .909 W. Markham I | ZTU IJIKe_ A.:ve._- a'q-aTe= I thefriendsdifference.f the mission made up Telephone 663-6200 !  ------------------------------------'% Diocese Donates  Immm 7 Tons of Clothing DUMODS I I * * * I WATCHES-JEWELRY I I I Little Rock -- The Diocese of WATCH REPAIRING I i For Each Special Occasion ! Little Rock donated more than Cantrell & Grant-666-6651 I | A SPECIAL CAKE i theSeVenu.s.tnSBishopsf usedThanksgivingClOthing to Heights Shopping Center J I 1318 Main St.-Ph. 375-6418 I Clothing Collection, Father James R. Savary, director of social services, announced this "Send Flowers, But Send Ours"