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Q 6--THE GUARDIAN MARCH 1 I, 1966 iii i What's Happening... iii i Around the Diocese (This Guardian feature is designed to serve all the Catholic organizations in the Diocese of Little Rock. The deadline for stories to be included is Tuesday at noon. All late-arriving copy will be held for the following week's edition). Little Rock -- Members of St. Edward's Mothers Sodality will sponsor a 1lay of Recol- lection Wednesday, March 16, in St. Edward's Church here. It will be conducted by Tile Rev. Hilary Smilh, O.C.D. of Carmelite Novitiate, Mary- lake. Hours will be from 10 A.M. to 2:30 P.M. Those attending haw., been asked to bring lunch. Women of all Greater Little Rock parishes have been invited. Hot Springs- Approximalely E! Dorado i "QUALITY PLUS THRIFT" STERLING'S DEPT. STORE ,o, w., ,1"* El Dorado, Ark. 150 guests attended an o p e n house and linen shower at St. John's parish house here Feb- ruary 27. Members of the Al- tar Society were sponsors and hostesses. Mrs. Jeff Gilbert, president, headed the receiving line of officers who included Mrs. Magdalen Antrim, Mrs. Mar- garet Doyle and Mrs. J. Os- bolt. Guests were conducted through a recent addition to the parish house. .Presiding at the silver punch bowl and assisting were Mrs. Cecil W. Reese, Mrs. Ferd Mazzia, Jr., and Mrs. Itarold Tinker. Mrs. Ronald Priest was in clmrge of the guest book. Lake Village  The Rev. Ber- nard L. Bolds, pastor of Our Lady of the Lake parislL was principal speaker at a recent meeting of the parish Altar Society. He showed a series of fihns taken during tile Holy Year by Tile Very Rev. Msgr. Thomas J. Prendergast of Immaculate Heart of Mary parish, North Little Rock. The meeting was lmld in the parish hall with Mrs. Eugene Sikora presiding. Mrs. Victor Mazzanti will be chairman of hostesses for an April meet- National Bank of Commerce El Dorado, Arkansas Courteous Bank Service Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Guy Jones Package Store 704 W. Hillsboro Phone UNion 3-7824 El Dorado, Arkansas All-seas0n engine protection... Better protection between 0il changes This new multi.grade motor oil does a thorough job of engine protection far longer. It works perfectly over the entire temperature range. It adds thousands of miles to the life of your engine, and saves your money. EL DORADO, LION OIL COMPANY ARKANSAS EDUCATION DIRECTOR Brother Anthony Ipsaro, S.M., has been appointed Baltimore Archdiocesan S u p erintendent of Schools, believed to be .the first Brother to head a diocesan school system. (NC Photo) ing. Hot Springs -- The Rev. John F. Doyle of St. John's ttome Missions Seminary @ill con- duct a Day of Recollection here this Sunday in St. John's Church. The parish Altar So- ciety is the sponsoring group. Invitations have been extend- ed to all Catholic women and visitors in the city. Registration will begin at 8:30 A.M. in the parish hall. Father Doyle will celebrate Mass at 9 A.M., followed by a Dutchtreat breakfast. The Re- treat will include spiritual talks and conferences. A registration fee of $2 will include luncheon. Reserva- tions may be made by calling Mrs. Melvin l'ratt, NAtional 3-4664 or Mrs. Ricilard Meeks, NAtional 4-1347. Mrs. Gus Massanelli is chairman of the Retreat. Mrs. Emil Wencil and Mrs. Ronald Priest will register guests. Plans were announced at tire group's regular meeting, with Mrs. Jeff Gilbert presid- ing. Plans are also being made for a benefit to be held at 8 P.M., Sunday, March 27 in "The Vapors." Mrs. Harold Tinker will be chairman, with Mrs. Kenneth Hartman co. chairman. At a coffee following the business session hostesses were Mrs. Hartman, Mrs. Dan Baker and Mrs. Woodrow Has- sin. Mrs. Hassin won the door prize. Siloam Springs  'The Blessed Sacrament is being reserved in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church here during Lent to enable the faithful to visit the Divine Presence during the week. Stations of the Cross and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament rites are being con- ducted each Friday at 7:30 P.M. during Lent. The parish Altar Sgciety will meet immediately after 10 A.M. Mass this Sunday, March 13. Batesville  The Rev. tierman P. Strassle, pastor, was prin- cipal speaker at a meeting of Holy Name Society of St. FR. McGLOIN (Continued from Page 5) won't hurt you to realize that the world is a topsy-tm'vey place where all the kooky things are publicized while nor- mal and steady activities get nary a word for the most part. It won't hurt you to know that the majority of teen-agers, un- heralded as they are for it, realize that it takes more cour- age and intelligence and ma. turity to obey and to imitate the humility of Christ, than it takes some spoiled kook to swing on a chandelier or loud- ly to applaud the university professor who overlooks the tragic harm he can cause as he seeks popularity and fame through an (]pen advocacy of immorality. So your battle isn't really against the majority at all, but a g a i n s t the loudmouths. Strangely enough, you'll find the same sides drawn up when you're an adult. Spanish Intellectual Says 0nly Small Factor in Civil Little Rnck -- To say that ditional system the Spanish civil war was a only elementary war with communism "is an the poor, oversimplification," Professor for the middle Jose Luis Arangm'en, a leading serving university Spanisll intellectual, told an the upper class. audience at Little Rock Uni- fle recalled versity last Saturday night, demonstrated a In a 45-minute discourse on emphasize demands, "Democratic Revolution in restraints on Spain," the lecturer did not said "the once mention airy menace of tions of the communism in his homeland, violent but very but during a question.and- In connection answer period he claimed the of the Spanish Red issue was not a major fac- lessor Aranguren tot in the war. swer to a question,  Professor Aranguren, who munism "was onl was introduced by The Rev. in a much more ,James F. Drane, chaplain of ture." the L.R.U. Newman Club, The lecturer which sponsored tile lecture, the Chair of Ethics told of restiveness among ogy at the Spain's c o l 1 e g e students, rid, but ires been Among other things, he said, ttle post as a result exposed students to they object to the nation's tra- al thought than isli permitted in Spain. Mary's Church here March 2. Ile showed a fihnstrip "The Church Througi tire Ages." Anthony Beckman, sociely president, opened a ciiscussion on the futm'e of the parish's former church, now named Blessed Sacrament Ilali. Plans were formulated to furnish the hall as a center for activ- ities. John Bryan, financial chair- man of the churctl and Paul Frenzel, the hall's financial chairman, led a discussion on financing the project. Ed Lupien, warden and prin- cipal of Confraternity of " Christian Doctrine School, was named chief architect of all church properties, with tloward Laubert tlis assistant. Steve Hannusac was host to the group at a spaghetti din- ner following tile business ses- sion. Jim Bilgischer will be host for an April 6 meeting. Little Rock -- The Arkansas Arts Center has announced that this year's show for Young Arkansas Artists will be held in the 9 to May 1. Art students of tica Academy, have entries in the hibition ,are: Judy Carfagno, ner, Aniela Dyer, See AROUND on E! D, QUALII ASSOCIATE Jack CIawson, HOME BETTER 111 E. Ccd E! Dorado El Dorado Printing & Statiom Printing * Office Supplies Office UNion 3-5173 -- 500 East Main EL DORADO AI H. E. PAUL DIST. CO. Budwelsez LAGER BEIR El Dorado BUSCH . BAVARIAN BEER ARKANSAS STEEL COMPA STEEL PRODUCTS . FABRICATORS PHONE UNo n3-7158 p.o. Drawer 1191 El Dorado THE FIRST NATIONAL of El Dorado Member Federal Deposit Insurance El Dorado Foundry, Machine & Supply Fabricators and Machinists Oil Well and Saw Mill Supplies CRANE PLUMBING AND HEATING J PHONE UNion 3-4107 El Dorado