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PAGE 6 THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 7, 1969 Wknl&apos;s Happening Around the Diocese (This Guardian feature is designed to serve all the Catholic organiza- tions in the Diocese of LiRle Rock. The deadline for stories to be in- cluded is 8:30 A.M. of the Friday prior to the week of publication). LITTLE ROCK Members of the Third Order of Mount Carmel will hold their monthly meeting at 3 P.M. this Sunday, March 9, at the Carme- lite Nun's Monastery, 7201 West 32rid Street. Visitors will be welcome. PARAGOULD The Altar Society of St. Mary's parish here, held a meeting Feb- ruary 19 in the church basement, following Ash Wednesday de- votions. Mrs. Anna Guard presided. The Rev. Bernard G. Malone, pastor, was moderator. Standing committee chairmen were appointed by the president as follows: visiting, Mrs. Ronnie Faulk; social hour, Mrs. Pat Diglia; scrapbook and reporter, Miss Emma Martin; telephone, Mrs. Dena Brown; sacristan, Mrs. Anna Alvey; lesson (Scrip- tural), Mrs. Ed Raley; apostolate of good will and poor, Mrs. Dave White; food, Miss Ethel Raley; finance and budget, Mrs. Gene DeBons; public relations, Mrs. Ed Bay. The project for mending altar linens and vestments was com- pleted. SLOVAK A meeting of the Slovak Catho- lic Youth Organization was held in the rectory February 18. Chuck Proctor, president, presided. A discussion was held of ways to raise money for hiring a band to play for a dance in the near future. It was decided that the Stutt- gart Ricelanders would be invited i FOR YOUR PHARMACY NEEDS .... I Nmith'00 :hh s 00tore Visit the gift department . . . costume jewelry . . . leather goods . . . wHtir materials . . . ready to be gWt packaged in our new, automatic wrapper. 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With donations and personal funds, the priest builds the basement of the house and gives it free along with a plot of 12 square yards of land; the rest of the construction is to be made by the occupant himself. I to sing for Friday night services during Lent. The Rev. Raymond O'Dwyer, pastor, suggested taking CYO members to Little Rock for a dinner and a movie. The CYO members were also reminded to pay for their HiTime subscriptions covering the '69-70 issues. DEQUEEN Mrs. Linus Bolds and Mrs. Will Larseingue were hostesses at a meeting of St. Barbara's Altar Society. Mrs. Dare Gueydan presided over a business session in the parish house. Mrs. Bolds gave the "History of St. Barbara's" telling many in- teresting facts about the 60 year old parish. The Rev. Earl Booth, pastor, was moderatior. MORRISON BLUFF Women of Sts. Peter and Paul Church will be hostesses for an all-day sewing project Wednesday, March 13. Each person attending is being asked to bring a sack lunch. Des- sert and coffee will be served. BLYTHEVILLE The Catholic Youth Organiza- tion of Immaculate Conception Church of Blytheville, entertained the Catholic youth of the North- eastern Deanery, which comprises Osceola, Jonesboro, Paragould, Poc0hontas, Engelberg, Walnut Ridge, Batesville and Blytheville. After registration, there was a brunch, and a business meeting, Rosemary Hughes of Blytheville, secretary for the deanery, report- ed. The group assisted at a Youth Mass. The Rev. Robert Dagwell .:.:.:.:.:, ii;!ii of Walnut Ridge celebrated the :,:.:.:+: ::i!i!i::i!::! Mass with The Rev. Bernard G. +:.:.:.:, :.:.:.:.:. ........... Malone of Paragould preaching :+:,:.:.: :i:!:!:!:!: the homily. CYO members and :.:.:.:.:.: :!:!:i:!:i: friends from Blytheville provided {:i:i:i:i:! ::!i!ii::iiii folk music. Guitar players were i!i!i!iiiil Jann Pharo, David Smith, Dave :.:,:.:.:.: ............ Henderson and Trent Rowe. Vo- i!iii!ii!il ........... calist was Terrye Maclin. ::::::::::: :i:!:!:!:i: The theme for the day's pro- :.:.:.:.:.: ::::::::::: .......... gram was "Which WayAmericaV" !:!:!;!:!:: !iiiii!ii A skit emphasized the theme. ::::::::::. ii::i!}::i::i: Musicians for the Mass played ii::iiii!::il for the skit and were joined by ::::::::::: i::iiiiiiii! singers, Donna Seibert, president .......... :i:i:!:!:i: of the local CYO, and Teresa i:i:!:i:!:! iiiiiiiiii! Odom. Those taking part in the iiiiiiiiiil skit were: Susan Pharo, Jimmy iiiiiiiiiii Kittany, Joe Seibert, Carlos iiiiiiiiiii Salamanca, Wanda Gibson, Yvonda .:.:.:+:. ; Layton, Corky McCorkle, Craig :.:.: :.:.: i;!i;; Hughes, Dietre Thimesch, and ........ Joseph Vojcik. A dance concluded the program. LITTLE ROCK The 21 Club will attend a Folk Dance at the Immaculate Concep- tion Hall, 7000 John F. Kennedy Blvd., North Little Rock, tonight, March 7. On Sunday, March 9, the club will hold a general meeting in Day of Recollection The Rev. Charles S. Diamond, pastor, will conduct a Day of Recollection Sunday, March 23, for the Altar Society of St. Mary's Church, North Little Rock. The Day will begin with a Mass at 8 A.M. and end with Benediction at 2:30 P.M. Mrs. Bill Howell has been named chairman. Assisting her will be Mrs. M. P. Page, Mrs. Joe Marchese and Mrs. William Hatter. Holy Soul's Auditorium, Tyler & "H" Street, Little Rock., at 7:30 P.M. There will be a talk on speed-reading. Any unmarried Catholic over 21 is invited to join. Information about The 21 Club may be ob- tained from Barbara Tucker, pres- ident, TE 5-3217. SLOVAK The Slovak CYO sponsored a bake sale in Chuck Proctor's "Peanut Wagon" after the first two Sunday Masses. Plans for a reception for the Ricelanders after their perfor- S AROUND oN PAGE 7 WORLD'S FINEST RADIOEAR / HEARING t AIDS  LITTLE ROCK HEARING AID CENTER 110 W. 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