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NLR Catholic Daughters Award Poetry Prizes '++°--"" N. Little Rock -- Students in 1)eath." He made the dark, IIe made - : t parish elementary schools here Brenda Chudy of Immaculate+ tim lig"t, C.D.A. State have been busy since l)efore llcart of Mary won second lle made the day, tie made the the Christmas holidays .el}b- place in Group I with her poeln night. Convention Set  bling" poems to enter a poetry "Mother of God." 1)ebby tlen- But the most wondrous thing Little Rock -- Mrs. Camcll contest, drix of St. Patrick's placed lie made of all, Albertine, state president, has This event was sponsored by third. She wrote "What Should Was every human, one and all. anm}unced plans for a canyon- Catholic ])aughters, Queen of Make Us Ilappy and Sad." Bill Wells lion of Catholic Daughters of ,i Peace Court No. 1809. Yester- Christi GiveJs or St. Augus- America, to be hc.ld in Tcx- day marked the culmination of tine's l)laccd second in Group al'kana Saturday and Sunday, lhe contest with winners an- II wilh "Ilcavcn, My llomc." The Trial and Death April 23-24. nounccd in two groups. Group Cynthia Gangluff of St. Mary's "Crucify film," the people Holiday Inn will be canyon- ] was composed of fourth, fifth was third place winner with cried, tion headquarters with regis- and sixth grade pupils. Group her "Roses For Mary." "With Itis life we'll make IIim tralion to open at 1:15 P.M. lI was formed by seventh and '1'11(, contest under the aus- pay. Saturday in the lobby. The eighlh graders, pices of the Daughters was con- For Ilc claims to be the King first meeting is slated for 2 Bill Wells of St. Mary's dueled along rules formulated of Jews, P.M. The annual dinner is School was first place winner by lhc national office. Each And Leader of the way." timed for 7:30 P.M. m Group 1. Ills poem was child atl:cstcd the poem was his "Crucify Him," tile people Tim Very Rev. Msgr. James '0 SPEAK AT MOUNT--The "Maker of tim Univcrse." Pat own worlc and prizes of five, cried, G. l¢vans, V.F., stale chaplain, lv. Danaian C. Fandal. O.P.. Kirspel of hnmaculatc Concep- three and two dollars were And nailed Him to lhc Cross. will celebrale Mass at 8 A.M. bore, academic dean at. lhc tion won in Group II with her awarded in each division. But Jesus let them have their Sunday in St. Edward's Church. aiversily of Dallas, Texas, p(em titled "The Trial and Subject matter was restricted way, Complete plans will be an- Io Catholic lhcmcs, the poem To save the souls from loss. nounccd later. Will be the featured spcalcer at to be composed of ciht lines. Pat Kirspel alceting of the Mount St. Judges were two recognized :r Organization next Tucsd'y, Thcsewilmingpoems will be Arkansas Valley "larch 15, at 7"30 P.M. lie will submitted to compete at the pr°vide general information on I,f.e,tio,s state level. The state contest Chur(h Shoppers .u.ide W |o select a college ,'rod how will close May 1, with winning °hfillancc higher educati°n' A d poems being forwarded to the • national chflirnla}l of education i .ue P.T.O. will open the mcct- |.g to all parcilts of high rro[Jr)c,e tO vie for national awards. ALTU$ A.M. .ehoo1 age children. Rome (E) -- The Church in Two poems were released by St. Mary's Church. Sunday Mass- * Vietnam, the wcll-heing and the sponsoring organization, es: 8:00 and 10:00 A.M. Holyday PARIS developnaent of religious of Masses: 8:00 A.M. and 7:00 P.M. St. Joseph's Church. Sunday Mass- tiers and congregations in Afri- Maker of the Universe * * * es: 8:00 and 10:00 A.M. Holyday ca and m(n'e vigorous opposi- God made tlm moon and the B00NEVILLE Masses: 6:00 and 8:30 A.M. and tion to atheism in Asia are light btuc stars, Assumption Church. Sunday Mass: 7:30 P.M. 00ria| Cards among the 1967 missionary in- God made this wondrous world 9:00 A.M. Holyday Mass: 6:30 A.M. * * * • A lasting remembrance of tcntions of the Apostlcship of of ours. State Sanatorium. Sunday Masss RUSSELLVILLE Your departed loved ones. Prayer. Just by a twist of His beautiful 7:30 P.M. Holyday Mass: 7:30 P.M. St. John's Church. Sunday Masses: • * * 7:30 and 10:30 A.M. Holyday Mass- The intentions for tile 12- band, TWo TYPES AVAILABLE month period have now been CLARKSVIELE es: 7:00 and 11:30 A.M. With or without picture approved and blessed by Pope Holy Redeemer Church. Sunday of deceased Paul VI. They are: Masses: 8:00 and 10:00 A.M. Holy. ADAMS * CONTRACTOR8 • January That the spiritual be thoroughly prepared lo day Masses: 8:00 A.M. and 7:00 P.M. Plumbing & Eleetricll Write us for prices, samples, values in non-Christian roll- meet all the needs of lheir spir- * * * Sad directions for ordering glans may prepare a way for itual life and apostolic work. MORRILTON Charleston Parts Guardian Press knowledge of the Gospel. April--The increase of dioc.c- Sacre Heart Church. Sunday Phones Phone February--Foe the Churcl in san and regional schools for Masses: 7:00, 9:00 and 11:30 A.M. 178 or 11 YO 3.3255 P,O. Box 3628 • Little Rock Vietnam. lhc formation of catechists in Holyday Masses: 5:15, 6:00 and 8:30 -- 'March--Thatlnlssi°narieslrlay}nissi°nc°untrics' ]" I May--That culture and the • Air Cooled and Recommended say AirConditioned MFRRICK MOTEL G'E'M" e Motel o the • Tiled ........... SOYBEANS Highway 64, Esst, Jun©tlon , Courteo.I t] de- • venrea Meet .... 7 .... Service velopment of religious orders • Restaurant t-none wu -xJz With On Premises RUSSELLVILLE, ARKANSAS Cleanlinesl arts in mission countries may contribute to the spread of the faith. June--The well.being and de- and congregations in Africa.  July--For tile perfect formu- CERTIFIED- NON-CERTIFIED lation of the catechumenate ac- cording to the mind of Vatican II. August--The medical aposto- Lee -k Jackson -k Hill -k Hood ]ate in the missions. September--That Christians Hampton 266 -k Dortchsoy 2A ,,nd Moslems may live in sin- cere nmtual understanding. Ogd October--For the develop- en - Bragg ment of Christian communities in mission countries. November--That, in Asia, all SOYBEAN who believe in God may vigor- SEED INOCULANT ously oppose atheism. December--That all the faith- FOR HIGHER ful may give dedicated assis- tance to the missionary work LEGUME YIELDS of the Church. Use dry -- no water needed St. Edward's, SEED RICE '"'P"""'n' Open House Little Roc.k -- An open house REGISTERED- CERTIFIED NON.CERTIFIED for St. Edward's parish has been announced for Sunday, April 17, the Sunday after Blue Bonnet 50 -k Nato * Nova Easter. Guests will have an op- portunity to see the beautifully- Belle Patna -k Century 231 refurbishedsince the fire.interi°r' completed Visitors as well as members will be invited to attend. The r 8 ,"an0-en'ze announcement is made by The Rev. James Foley, O.S.B., pas- tor, whose assistant is The Rev. Bruno Fuhrmann, O.S.B. your seed this year Plans for the open house were made by officers of the with Panegen . a superior liquid seed treatment church and members of the "" board of the parish Confrater- nity of Christian Doctrine Feb- ruary 27 and March 11. JACOB HARTZ SEED COMPANY, INC. IOX 109 STUTTGART, ARKANSAS 922-1673 Quick Service Laundry-Cleaners [ Your Sanitone Dry Cleaners 105 Main, Clarksville PHONE PL 4-3060 121 $. 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