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March 15, 1974     Arkansas Catholic
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March 15, 1974

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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 15, 1974 CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3 tively to Kenneth Hiegel, a fifth grader at Holy Souls School; Jean Farrell, a fifth grader at Good Counsel; and Scott Varady, a fourth grader at Holy Souls. In Division II - for seventh, eighth and ninth graders -- first, second and third prizes were awarded respec- tively to Terry Campbell, a seventh grader at Mount St. Mary Academy; Anne Jansen, an eighth grader at Holy Souls; and Lisa Glarer, a seventh grader at St. Theresa's. Judging was by Mrs. Valeria What's Happening Here and There Around the Diocese Thornton and other members of the Poets Roundtable of Arkansas. Pauline Hart and Melanie Hart were CDA co- chairmen for the contest. SUBIACO Thirty-three persons were honored here March 2-3 at the 10th anniversary celebration of the Subiaco Abbey Retreat I,eague. Twenty-two are members of the Advisory Board, Louis Alpe of ('rawfordsville, Mrs. Mary Bowling, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Caldarera and Mrs. Catherine | COVINGTON ROOFING CO, Metal Shop - Paints - 'Wall Paper Best Materials and Service that Satisfies Dealers and Contractors - Wholesale and Retail Phone 329-3357 1055 Front Street Conway, Ark. Wanslow, all of Fort Smith; Daniel Burton, Miss Nathalie Marlin. Frank Tarleton, Jr., and Mrs. Lyda Wolf, all of Hot Springs: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Charon and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Scarbrough. Jr., all of Fayet- leville: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gerney and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lammers, all of Little Rock; Miss Agnes Graves and l,t. Col. and Mrs. Paul Parker, all of Texarkana; and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Roell of Mountain tlome. Honored for work on Sisters' retreats were Sister M. deLillis Allison. R.S.M., of Knoxville, Tenn., and Sister M. Alexander Fouin, M.H.S., of I,afayette, La. ttonored for work on youth retreats were Mr. and Mrs. William Lisko of Stuttgart and Sister Catherine Siena, O.P. of Memphis, Tenn. Special promoters honored were Paul Marinoni of Fayetteville and Ernest Miller and William O'Donnell of Little Rock. Cited for services rendered to wall, Mrs. Helen Schneider and Brother Leonard Shroeder, all of Subiaco. ST. VINCENT Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Sponer will celebrate their 50th wed- ding anniversary tomorrow, Saturday, March 16, with a Mass at 5 P.M. in St. Mary's Church, followed by a dinner, reception and entertainment in the parish hall. Mr. and Mrs. Sponer were married in St. Mary's Church here in March 1924. He is retired from the Arkansas State High- way Department• The Sponers have three children, Louis Sponer and Bernice Berkemeyer of Lake - Village and Rita Sponer of Little Rock, and two grandchildren, Janice and Ronnie Berkemeyer of Lake Village. I,ITTLE ROCK The Diocese of Little Rock has received a letter of gratitutde from the Catholic Near East Welfare Association Mission Sunday Collection in Arkansas. Msgr. John G. Nolan, national secretary , wrote that the money will be applied toward the training of priests and Sisters, construction of churches and schools, care of the aging, blind children, lepers and deaf mutes. PINE BI,UFF St. Joseph's parish here will mark its patronal Feast Day with several sacred and social events. A Novena in honor of St. Joseph began last Monday and will conclude on the Solemnity of St. Joseph, March 19. Novena devotions are being conducted at 7:30 each evening. Tomorrow, March 16, a talent show will be staged in Gallagher Hall to mark the feasts of St. Patrick and St. Joseph. Between acts, there will be an audience sing-along of Irish songs. On St. Joseph's Day, March 19, a sung Mass will be celebrated in the parish church. 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IJTTI,E ROCK Discussion• of "the communications gap" sponsored by St. this Sunday, March 17, parish hall following P.M. Mass in the parish c The public is invited. 1t mcnts will be served. MOlllIII,T()N Mrs. Earl Bently 'qlow Community Help Underprivileged Your Community" addressed the Sacred Altar Society here Knights of Columbus Serving refreshments Miss Lorene Bernard Maus, Mrs. Drilling, Mrs. David Mrs. Harold Thomey, DeSalvo, Mrs. Vincent Miss Julia Riedmueller, Rupert Sanderson, Mrs, Riedmueller, Mrs. Speights, Mrs. Mary An Mrs. Alphonse Beck, Mrs Moll, Mrs. Luke DeSalv0, Margaret Gunderman d Stella Rinehart. ROGERS A Catholic Men's been organized in St. Paul parish here. of I elected were Lionel J. venu, president; Steve vice president; Ed secretary; Jim treasurer. Committee appointed were A1 warden's; Don sickness and death; Necessary, auction ; Foster, man of the Wilicowski, $100 Steve Geigle, prograr Kilker, internal enter Clarence Leis, youth; Foerster Paul Peake, ushers. The club will meet second Sunday each 6:30 P.M. in the parish Do You V FIRST STATE BANK &TRUST "THE FRIENDLY BANK" FOUR LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU Conway - Greenbrier- Mayflower Member F.D.I.C 50 F.ARS AGO THIS WEEK 1"ae Guardhm North Little Rock John Pruniski of the section had a wrestling ] Arkansas Phone 329-5656 with John Jr. last Friday ' John Sr. won after three but disclaimed victory John Jr. awoke on with the mumps. He was so was John Jr., when well again on Monday that papa was on the also. "COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE" 25 ARS AGO THIS • Phone 327-1331, Industrial Park, Conway The Guardian J j, • Little Rock -- More I - persons attended the KORDSMEIER REMODELING SERVICE Catholic High School banquet, sponsored "We Make Space" Booster Club. Club were Dr. Ralph E. °' "/elepnone 329-3865 chairman ; Francis L. secretary; Barney O'Malley, treasurer; BOB KORDSMEIE Garland& Hamilton mittee chairmen H. P. OWNER Conway, Arkansas: Robert S. Peters, and Snider; and trustees Heinze, Harrison, and V. O'Brien.