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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 21, 1969 Golden Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hagen, 1101 West Mueller, Pare- gould, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary February 20, with a dinner and an an- niversaxy Mass, offered by The Rev. Bernard Malone, at the home of their son, Alfred Hage, 1103 W. MuellerSt. Mr. and Mrs. Hagen were married Feb. 20, 1919 in St. John's Church, Englelberg, and moved to Paragould in 1925. They have four sons, Gerald of Flint, Mich., Lawrence of Detroit, Mich., Ed of St. Maws, Pa. and Alfred of Paragould. Those attending the Anniversary Mass were their four sons; Mrs. Alfred Hagen, two grandsons, Mike Hagen of St. Mary's Pa., and Allen Hagen of Paragould, Mrs. Alien Hagen, Mrs. Anna Alvey and W. M. Potts. We Wonder... . .why the doorknobs in the Pentagon cost $210 apiece. What's Happening Around the Diocese CONTINUED FROM PAGE 7 Mrs. Mar)' Major, Mrs. Annie chese. Brewczynski gave a talk on her view point of the Cursillo. Plans were made for a benefit silver tea to be held Sunday, April 13 from 2 until 5 P.M. in the home of Mrs. Craig Barnett, 313 Skyline Drive. Shamrock prizes were awarded to Mrs. John Sullivan, Mrs. Katie Wankum, Mrs. Frank Bargiel, Mrs. Barnett and Mrs. L.J. Oberste. Miss Catherine Moore will be chairman of the April 11 meeting planned for 7:30 P.M. LITTLE ROCK The Mothers' Sodality of St. Ed- ward's Church held it's monthly meeting in the church basement March 5 with Mrs. Charles Miles, president, presiding. The Roy. Alcuin Kubis, O.S.B., pastor and spiritual director, appointed The Roy. Fintan Oldham, assistantpas- for, to replace him. For spiri- tual development, Mrs. Lydia Kelly read an article "Prayer Answered". The present activity of the so- dality is sewing for the missions. It is headed by Mrs. Fred Wewer and Mrs. A. M. Nabholz. Hospital gowns, crib sheets and band- ages are converted from used white or pastel mens' shirts and sheets. Hostesses were Mrs. A.J. Thomey, chairman, Mrs. Joe Weber, Jr., Mrs. R. Steplock, Gaisbauer, Mrs. W. F. Binz, Mrs. L. J. Bachman, Mrs. A. R. Atwood, Mrs. Roy Baer and Mrs. O. N. Eichelmann. SUBIACO The Rev. ..... H e r b e r t Vogelpohl, O.S.B., will moderate a Lenten Day of Recollec- :: tion n e x t W e d n e sday, March Z6, for the Cath- olic Women's Union of Arkansas. The Day will be held in St. Bene- dict's Church and Coury House, New Subiaco Abbey. The day's program will begin at 9 A.M. and close with Mass at 3 P.M. The fee will be $2 which will include luncheon. NORTH LITTLE ROCK "Spring Hats" will be the theme of the next monthly meeting on Wednesday, April 2, at 7:30 P.M. in the parish hall. Prizes will be awarded for the prettiest and the most amusing hats. A spiri- tual tape will be played at this meeting. Members will receive Com- munion in a group at the 10 A.M. Mass, Easter Sunday, April 6. ROGERS Members of the St. Vincent de Paul Rosary and Altar Society met in the parish hall March 4. President Mrs. John Powers pre- sided. Final plans were made for the annual parish party which was held March 16. All prizes and refreshments were solicited from members. The senior Catholic Youth Or- ganization of the parish sent a request for assistance with a rum- St. Mary's Altar Society will ob- serve a Day of Recollection on Passion Sunday, March 23. The Roy. Charles Diamond will officiate. Services will begin with an 8 A.M. Mass, and close with Benediction at 2:30 P.M. Mrs. Bill Howell will be chair- man for the Day of Recollection, assisted by Mrs. Bill Halter, Mrs. M. P. Page, and Mrs. Joe Mar- Most Jail Inmates In Peru Untried Lima, Peru (NC) h chaplain here has 75 per cent of the persons in Peru have tried or convicted. Father Lucas Hernando, of the Prisons urged a court reform narrow the jurisdiction of c and increase the numberof: The priest and a group women were curing jobs and financial tance for about 500 oners last year. mage sale it plans to hold] 21 - 22. 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