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PAGE 4 ARKANSAS CAll-K)LIC April 14, 1991 P&III II By Judy Hoelzeman The Men's Club of Our Lady of the Holy Souls in I.Jttle Rock will sponsor a parish fish fry on Saturday, April 20 from 5 to 8 PM in the school cafetorium. The menu includes catfish fdlets, cole slaw, french fries, hush puppies and dessert. The price for the meal is $6 for adults and $3 for children under 12. All are invited. Parishioners of St- Peter the Ktsherman in Mountain Home recently enjoyed visits from two musicians. Craig Cramer, Associate Professor of Music at the University of Notre Dame, presented an organ concerL Cramer has performed in 30 states and in Canada and has appeared as a featured recitalist for conventions of the American Guild of Organists. David Schubert, a mis- sionary with "Celebrant Singers," gave a presenta- tion on his faith in Christ and and on music as a tool to share the Gospel. Schubert has held many positions with the Singers, including cellist, vocalist and conductor. The Senior CYO of St. Peter's recendy sponsored a softball game -- CYO'ers versus their par- ents. Parishioners of St. Louis in Camden cel- ebrated St. Patrick's Day with a dinner ofIrish stew, "The Four Leaf Rollers" perform at St. Patrick's Day and corned beef and cabbage. A talent show Celebration at St. Louis in Camden. followed the parish din- ner. Peggy Simpson sang the national anthem and "Danny Boy," the CSzO presented a skit, Phillipi Rivera performed a medley of Mexican songs and Pancho Echeverria from Urbana, AR, conducted an Irish sing-along. Anna Griffith played Dolly Patton, and a medley of t lllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll~ m Immaculate Conc Parish Carnival . Fort Smith, AR . May 3rd and 4th from 5:30 PM til 10:.00 PM == Enjoy food and game booths Grand Prize is a 1991 Chevrolet Corsica = Tckets are avar ble at the rectory, call 783-7963 =- This ad compliments of Ben Gosey, Arkansas Poly. lllllillillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllJ % songs from the 1960s was performed by the "Four Leaf Rollers" (Pastor Rev: Scott Friend, Tom Colby, Mike Zimmer and Dean Mullins). Fourteen-year-old Brian Curry of St. Joseph's in Pine Bhfff recently earned the Eagle Scout rank. Curry, a ninth-grade student at White Hall Jr. High School, is a member of-Troop 800, led by Arthur "Bucky" Hendrix. Curran's Eagle Scout project involved cleaning up the grounds at St. Joseph's cero" etery. He is the son of Stephen and Nancy Curry. Brian Curry Smith and Mildred Zinser Eucharist and discussion. St. Mary's parish in Arkadelphia recently hosted a meeting of the Diocesan Vocation Committee. The tc,~m consists of Rev. David LeSieur, director of vocations for the diocese, ReV. Aaron Pirrera, OSB, and Rev. Hugh Assenmacher, OSB, of Subiaco Abbey, Sr. 'Elaine Wfllett, OSB, of Holy Angels Co0" vent in Jonesboro, Sr. Stephanie Schroedcr, OSB, of St. Scho lastica Monastery in Fort Smith, Jo Ann Vonder Heide of Fort of Morrilton. The event included t toly Hour, celebration of St. Patrick's parish in North Little Rock recently began renovating the church. Weekend Masses during the renovation will be held in the parish center. Weekday Masses will be i,n the convent chapel on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. On Monday and Thursday, Mass will be held in the parish center. The times of Masses have not changed. Chris Wald, a fifth-grade student at St. Boniface School in Fort Smith, recently competed in the third annual National Geography Bee held in Little Rock. The competition was developed by the National Geographic Society in response to a growing concem about the lack of geographic knowledge among young people in the U. S. Wald is the son of Virgil and Patsy Wald, all of St. Boniface parish. Henry Tuck, of Christ the King in Little Rock, is seeking a vol- unteer bookeeper for "We Care," an outreach program partially supported by Christ the King parish. The non-profit agency pro- vides food, dothing, emergency assistance and other services for the poor communities in southeast Pulaski County, and receives most of its funding from churches and individuals. For more infor- marion about this opportunity for ministry, call Tuck at 221-9100. Chris Wald 'q'ree," from page 1 dense forest area of New York State to the bar- ren prairie of Nebraska, Mr. Morton worked to have the Nebraska legislature establish a day for the planting of trees." In 1882, the American Forestry Congress passed a resolution promoting Arbor Day. The following year the National Education Associa- tion adopted a similar resolution. According to statistics from the National Arbor Day Foundation, a nonprofit organiza- tion working toward a goal of improved tree planting and tree care throughout America, the Arbor Day idea has spread to all 50 states and to many foreign countries. Dr. V'nginia Davis, representing the Garden Club of Rogers which sponsors the annual tree- planting event, challenged the students '~o pint the tree with care and get growing." 'q'his is your tree," she said. '~Do take care of it." Mike Rockers, principal of St. V-recent de Paul School, dedicated the Bradford pear gee in honor of Sally Bacino and Alma Belesky. For many years both women have shared their and talents with the school through volunteer work. After distribution of pine seedlings to each student by members of the Arkansas State I Forestry Commission, Sampler presented Rockers with a Tree City USA flag. "Let this flag show the importance of a tree to our way of life in Rogers," the mayor said. "A living memorial is one of life's finest things." Winners in CYO Winners of the 1991 CYO / Arkansas Catholic subscription contest are.., first place - St. Elizabeth CYO in Adona and Church of the Assumption CYO in Atkins sold 43% of their parishes; second place - St. Joseph CYO in Center Ridge sold 35/o of their parish; third place - St. Mary's CYO in Hattieville sold 31% of their parish. First place winners will receive a check for $100 and a trophy. Second and third place will receive trophies. We congratulate these CYO groups and thank all who contest. ARKANSAS CATHOLIC participated in this Phicip Taro... In the s ayeanMde~ tte ville aria, callus for a[l your real estate needs. previously owned hbmes, also apartments and rental THE 756-10o3 GRIFFIN COMPANY REALTORS 1201 Henrietta St. Springdale, AR 72764 "That Arkansas Wine..." iederl e r Wiederkehr Village Altus, AR 72821 468-2611