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PAGE 6 THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 4, 1969 Wkal's Happening Around the Diocese (This Guardian feature is designed to serve all the Catholic organiza- Uons in the Diocese of Little Rock. The deadline for stories to be in- cluded is 8:30 A.M. of the Friday prior to the week of publication). HOT SPRINGS St. John's Altar Society will sponsor a luncheon and style show Saturday, April 12, at 12:30 P.M. in parish hall. Door prizes will be awarded. Tickets will be $2.50. Reserva- tions are in charge of Mrs. R. J. Phone FR 2-2277 HAJKSTIC... Cleaning with "Sanitone" -- Will appreciate your business LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS Laundry with "Ivory Soap" Distributing ARKANSAS PACKING CO. Schneller, Rt. 6, Box 231D, Hot Springs, 71901. All reservations must be made by April 9. SLOVAK The Rev. Walter B. Clancy, dio- cesan director of hospitals and social service, conducted a Bible Vigil at a meeting of the North Little Rock Deanery in Sis. Cyril and Methodius Church. Mrs. Jos- eph Tresp presided. The Rev. Ray O'Dwyer welcom- ed visitors and spoke on the need for dedicated women in the workof the church. Parish club presidents gave re- ports on activities of their organ- izations, and Deanery chairmen suggested things to be done in the local organizations. Parishioners served refresh- ments. The next deanery meet- ing is planned for September in Immaculate Conception parish hall. LITTLE ROCK The Right Rev. Msgr. John B. Scheper, pastor of Our Lady of Good Counsel parish here, will leave Easter Monday for a two- weeks visit to his native Ger- many where he will visit rela- tives. He will spend some time at the home of his sister, Mrs. Frie- CITY SEWING MACHINE COMPANY PFAFF SALES & SERVICE Repairing-Parts-Supplies H. L. Steen, Owner 618 Center St. Little Rock FR 2-2507 WE CONTROL RATS AND MICE Pest Control FR 4-8489 - 2210 W. 7th WE CONTROL PIGEOHS And Other Pests Just Down The Street from Mt. 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Garish and Mrs. John Conville. The affair was held in the lobby of Leisure Lodge where "Aunt Mary" makes her home. Two of her nieces, Sister M. Stanislaus, R.S.M., of Fort Smith and Mrs. William Mitchell of Dallas, Texas, visited with her over the week-end. Forty guests attended. da Kroger in Dinklage, Province of Oldenburg, and with a nephew, The Rev. Albert Kroger, pastor of St. Mary's parish, Delmen- horst. He also will visit four other nephews, Otto, Ernst, Aloys and Clemens Kroger and a niece, Elizabeth Kroger, all of whom live nearby. Monsignor Sheper will return in time to attend the episcopal ordination of Auxiliary Bishop- elect Lawrence P. Graves on April 25. PRAIRIE VIEW The Catholic Women's Union of Arkansas will meet Easter Mon- day, April 7, in St. Meinrad's parish here. A Mass will be of- fered in the church at lh30 A.M. Members will carry sack lunches, and a party will be held in the hall during the afternoon. Smith and The Rev. John Riddell, dean of boys, St. Anne's High SEE AROUND ON PAGE 7 WEST MEMPHIS Twenty-three children received their First Communion recently in St. Michael's Church here. They were Charles James, Joseph Mar- coni, Nancy Ellis, Mary Jo Mc- Little Rock Ko of C, Clubrooms Ex Little Rock -- Little Rock( cil No. 812, Knights of has formally opened a new its clubrooms at Ninth berland Streets here. contains a gymnasium, room, sauna bath and a A throng of members, wives and guests were March 18 for a buffet that marked opening of quarters. Speakers council chaplain, Msgr. X. Murphy, and the Msgr. John E. Murphy. Two K. of C. have been entered in a is being formed. tice in the new gym. COUNTY MAPS 1" to the mile $1.35. 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Thomas Reynolds is their q POOR pastor and they were instructed by Sister M. Eileen, O.S.B. GRADES?%00 DeQUEEN The Rev. Leo Riedmueller, pas- YOUR CHILD may be one of 57% / of all pupils who need help in one dil tar of St. Edward's parish, Tex- or more school subjects. arkana, moderated a Day of Rec- ollection for members of St. Bar- bara's Altar Society here March 20. FORT SMITH Immaculate Conception Church Women's Auxiliary of Fort Smith viewed a color film of The Rev. John B. Manchino's missionary activities in Mexico at their gen- eral meeting, presided over by Mrs. Kenneth Schmidt. The film was shown by Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Earnest of Little Rock, who later conducted a question and answer period on Father Manchino's work in Mexico. Mrs..Jack Berdan announced the programs for the remaining Auxi- liary year. 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