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THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 21, 1969 PAGE 11 ii What's Happening Around the Diocese FROM PAGE 8 1969. "Easter Bonnets." array of chic hats Hat Shop was modeled members. The models rs. John Powers, Mrs. Mrs. Dannie We- Thomas M. Sweeney, BoRe, Mrs. R.B. Rea- Hawksley, Mrs. lg, Mrs. Hugh Turner, foeman Necessary, Mrs. Fairchild and Mrs. John "-, A. Lois won the rays- Refreshments were served by Mrs. Lionel Beinvenieu, Mrs. Robert Holmes and Mrs. William Teitzel. LITTLE ROCK On March 18 the Knights of Columbus held a grand opening of the new addition to the club- rooms. This special meeting was open to wives and friends of members. In honor of St. Patrick and St. Joseph, a carnival theme was used. A Dutch lunch was served. The meeting of the Fourth De- gree, K. of C., will be held Tues- Poca00,rc)ntas , Walnuf Ridge Church & Shopper's Guide! Trade & Save at Home wlth your local friends and neighbors ,where your' business is always appreciatedl Paul'e Church. Sunday Messes: e.m. Holydey Messes: 7:45 Immaculate Hee of Mary Mass: 1st, 3rcl end 5th Sun- a.m.; 2nd and 4th Sundays- CITIZENS NATIONAL '* BANK RIDGE U 6.3531 I JANSEN UpPLY COMPANY WALNUT RIDGE 8:00 a.m. Holydey Mess: As announced, usually 7:00 p.m. ENGELSEIG--St. Jahe the Baptist Chwrch. Sun- day Masses: 8:00 a. m. and 5:30 p.m. Holy- day Messes: 8:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. day night, March 25, in the NCO Club at the Little Rock Air Force Base. Wives and Third Degree members have been invited. Price of dinner will be $3. Reservations may be made with Bob Peters, Jr., MO 6-8065. " SLOVAC The North Little Rock Deanery, Diocesan Council of Catholic Wo- men will meet this Sunday, March 23, in Sts. Cyril and Methodius Church in Slovac. The meeting will convene at 2 P.M. LITTLE ROCK Members of Our Lady of Good Counsel Ladies Society met after Mass March 7. Mrs. W. L. Wer- ner announced that due to the Easter holidays there would be no meeting in April. Instead the women will meet March 28 to clean the church and preparePalms for Palm Sunday. They will be assisted by the eighth grade civ- ics club. Mrs. Robert Kennedy said the March meetLqg of the Pope's Storehouse will be cancelled but will meet in April. Mrs. D. E. Hogue, community affairs chair- man, made a report. JONESBORO McDANIEI. HARDWARE AND .FURNITURE COMPANY .... G. E. APPLIANCES Phone 892.5231 On Pecahont!s' Busiest Corner m i BARDEN'S CLEANERS "Tops in Dry Cleaning" tUs - Ph. 89Z-58.5 Clark Shopping Center Ark. Walnut Ridge, Ark. LDSMOBILE I.H. TRUCKS Lawrence County Implement Co. HENRY BALTZ TUrner 6-2461, 6-2462 Walnut Ridge, Arkansas ERS & STOCKMEN BANK POCAHONTAS, ARK. .. "Youe Friendly Bank" -- A Full Service Bank ;hecking Accounts Savings Accounts Xmss Clubs Safsty Deposit Boxes All Types of Loans Member F.D.I.C. -- Phone 892-5252 A. J. BALTZ Owner Oldsmobile TOM BALTZ Manager Frigidaire BALTZ EQUIPMENT CO. Highway 67 and 62 at "Y" PtI, Equipment m Motor Trucks -- Parts and Service 'AH PHONES: 892-5254 or 892.5255 ' ONTAS ARKANSAS The Council of Blessed Sacra- ment parish met in parish center March 6. Phil Jones presided at the meeting which was opened by The Rev. Louis Janesko, pastor. LITTLE ROCK A Day of Recollection, open to all women of Greater Little Rock, will be sponsored by women of Holy Souls, Good Coun- sea and Christ the King parishes next Wednesday, March 26, at the Carmelite Monastery, 7201 West 32nd Street. Confessions will be heard at 9 A.M. Mass will be offered at I0. Conferences will follow. In charge will be The Rev. Philip Wurth, O.C.D. Women attending are being ask- ed to bring their own lunches.. HARRISON Members of Mater Dei Altar and Rosary Society attended Mass March 6. Afterwards there was a covered dish luncheon and a business meeting. Announcement was made of a Deanery meeting to be held Tues- day, April 15 inSprlngdale.Mem- bers voted to send a card of con- gratulations to The Very Rev. Msgr. Lawrence P. Graves, on his appointment as Auxiliary Bis- hop. Plans were made to roll band- ages in the home of Mrs. Frank Perkins. Bridal showers are to be continued in private homes under the auspices of the Altar and Rosary Society. The next meeting will be Tuesday, April 1. LITTLE ROCK The monthly conference of St. Francis Fraternity, Third Order of St. Francis, will be held this Sunday, March 23, at 3 P.M. in Good Counsel Church, lth and Jackson Streets. The meeting will be open to visitors. Keep Current READ The Guardian Step Toward Total Modernization Dr. James A. Brown, local neurosurgeon, dictates a current case in the newly constructed Doctors' Medical Library at SL Edward Mercy Hospital in Fort Smith. The addition to the hospital's facilities includes direct hookups with the central dictating system and a complete doctors' library for referrals. According to Robert McCuistion, St. Edward's associate administrator, this Is another stop for total modernization. II FOR LENT: TRAIN ANUN /'*i THE HOLY FATHER'S MISIIION AID TO THE ORIENTAL CHURCH Have you ever wished your family had a nun? This Lent you can have a 'nun of your own'-- and share forever in all the good she does .... Who is she? A healthy wholesome, penniless girl in her teens or early twenties, she dreams of the day she can bring God's love to lepers, orphans, the aging .... Help her become a Sister? To pay all her expenses this year and next she needs only $12.50 a month ($150 a SHARE year, $300 altogether). She'll write you to ex- FOREVER press her thanks, and she'll pray for you at daily  IN THE Mass. In just to year s you'll have e 'Sister of GOOD your own'... We'll send you her name on receipt SHE of your first Lenten gift. (All gifts are tax-de- DOES ductible, of course, in the U.S.A.) As long as she lives you'll know you are helping the pitiable people she cares for .... Please write us today so she can begin her training. She prays some- one will help. 4b 1IF HOW TO MAKE $1o S-T-R-E-T-C-H WHILE YOU CAN Look at the nearest $10 bill. What is it actually worth? Only what it will buy. In Boston or Cleve- land or St. Louis, it will hardly buy enough to feed a family for two days. In the Holy Land, it will feed a poor refugee family for an entire month. The Holy Father asks your help for the refugees, more than half of them children. Your "money multiplies--as you give it away. Tell your lawyer, when you discuss your will, our legal title is: CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOCIATION, [] Stringless bequests are used where the Holy Father says they're needed most. [] The Masses you arrange for will be offered by priests who receive no other income. [] $600 will train a native priest, $300 a native Sister, who will pray for you always. @ CA Dear ENCLOSED PLEASE FIND $ Monsignor Nolan: Please return coupon with your offering THE CATHOLIC FOR. NAME STREET CITY STATE__ZIP CODE NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOCIATION NEAR EAST MISSIONS MOST REV. TERENCE J. COOKE, President MSGR. JOHN G. NOLAN, National Secretary Write: CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOC. 330 Madison Avenue. New York, N.Y. 10017 Telephone: 212/YUkon 6-5840