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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 23, 1982 What&apos;s Happening Here and There Around the Diocese I,ITTI,E i{O('K Knights of Columbus Little Flower Council 6615 donated 55 Easter Baskets and 55 assorted books and gifts given to the children at Children's Hospital here. ,=r,,l .,i,.=to,., 4 J[RRY YOUNG DIRECTOR EL DORADO ARK 71730 NEN DIXIE The annual picnic, with games and barbecue beef dinner, will be Sunday, June 20, sp(msored by the Knights ot Columbus. Proceeds go to the parish. This year's chairmen will be Conrad Gunther and Lee Nutt. The event is open to the public. LITTLE ROCK Health Professionals for Life will meet Thursday, April 29, at 7:30 P.M. at St. Vincent Infirmary, Room E 155. Dr. Rosemary Brandt will speak on the emotional problems associated with abortion. For more in- formation, call Saundra Meeks, 225-0006. The meeting is open to the public. DeSalvo Pharmacy Richard DeSalvo, R. Ph. I.,. Lowell Southerland. R. Ph. ( !411 Jim Riedmueller. R. Ph. I --7''lt 11" _L.. .lW, Mom,on.,rk. rai.lf I GREER'S Home of Fine Clothing for Men and Women Henry Rohlman, Jr. Phone 354-3186 Morrilton, Ark. and Publicity Director, Jody Massanelli. FORTSMITH A Pre-Cana Day will be held Saturday, May 8, at St. Scholastica's Education Center, 1205 South Albert Pike. The day will begin at 10 MAUS IMPLEMENT COMPANY John Deere Phone 354-3527 Sales & Service Morrilton, Ark. ALLISON FORD COMPANY, INC. MORRII.TON. ARK.t.NSAS I,.R. P|ION F: 375-147"; I,O('AI, PnONE 354-4541 Here tomorrow to service what we sell today. MERCURY OTTO LIENHART INC. WHOLESALER 204 WEST RAILROAD AVE, P.O. BOX 110 MORRILTON, ARK. 72110 WHOLESALER BUDWEISER" MICHELOB" BUSCH BAVARIAN MICHELOBLIGHT" NATURAL LIGHT HORACE CROFOOT PHOTOGRAPHY PORTRAIT- COMMERCI..'I - &EDDING ll,i N. Moose Phone :54- t408 New Work - Remodeling - Repair <I Horriltu Plumbin! & Heatin! go. HIGHWAY 64 EAST. 354-2052 . MORRILTON L HERB KORDSMEIER PRESIDENT Jo,n the STAG Lint. EMMETT HOFFMAN Distributor The First State Bank LITTLE BY LITTLE ADDS UP TO A LOT! Save systematically in an account here. ,Member F.I).I.C. MORRII,TON. ARK. I,AKE VII,I,AGE The University of Dallas at Irving, Texas, has announeed that sophomore Joe Paul Mazzanti, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paul Mazzanti, Jr., Lake Village, and nephew of Sister M. Coneetta, St. Joseph's Home, North Little Rock, has been placed on the Honor Roll. A grade point average between 3.0 and 3.49 for 14 or more eredit hours qualifies a student for the Honor Roll. ltEI,ENA The ladies of St. Mary's parish hosted the Eastern Deanery of the Diocesan Couneil of Catholic Women reeently. Deanery President Jean Simon presided. Parish activities were reported and various committees named. Sister Catherine Marks of Little Rock spoke on Peace and Justie work. The next Deanery meeting will be at Wynne in June. N()RTII I,rFTI,E ROCK Saint Anne's Youth recently elected new officers for 1982- 83. They are: President, Mary Page; Vice-President, Dayne Gilliland; Secretary, Joan Woeltje; Treasurer, Mark Uekman; Liturgical Director, Catherine Massanelli; Fund- Raising Director, Phil Brown; Social Directors, Mindy Thessing and Brigitt Crowder; Telephone Com- mittee Director, Jo Ann Hess, A.M. and is for all engaged couples contemplating marriage during the summer or early fall. Pre-Cana is now required by the diocesan marriage policy. For reservations, call 783-7963. LITTLE ROCK The April meeting of Court Our Lady of Perpetual Help No. 1223, Catholic Daughters of the Americas, will be Sunday, April 25, at 2 P.M. at Holy Souls Parish Hall, 1000 North Tyler Street. Members who attended the State Convention will report on the activities of the convention. Regent Rosemary Kelley will preside. NORTII LITTLE ROCK Tom Kieklak, a member of Immaculate Conception parish, has been elected to Boys State from North Little Rock Northeast High School. ('I{()SSE'I"I" A ('YO Deanery meeting was beld recently at ttoly Cross Parish Hall, folh)wed by a Gumbo supper. The guest speaker was Shannon Ralliff, who spoke on ideals for teen- agers. NORTI! I.ITTI.E ROCK "Introduction to Com- munity Mental Health," a workshop for minority ministers and Christian missionary workers, will be held Saturday. May 1, from 9:30 A.M. to noon at Shorter College-Jones Complex. Ninth and Cedar Streets. The workshop, presented by the Central Arkansas Mental Health Services, Inc.. and Shorter College, will be free of charge. Those planning to attend are asked to register in advance by calling Rex'. James Vault. 562-9220, or writing: Introduction to Community Mental Health. care of Rev. James Vault, CAMHS, P.O. Box 16150. North Little Hock. Arkansas 72231. Recent Deaths (Information for this column is prepared from data furnished by the families of their pastors or funeral directors.) ('ARI, F. PEITZ, 88, of Balsam Cortese; a son, husband Morrilton, died March 27. two daughters and eight mother and two A retired farmer and grandchildren. Father Father Joseph 1. carpenter, he was a James R. Savary offered V.F., offered the member of Sacred Heart the Mass of Christian Mass April 17inSt parish. Surviving are two Burial April 12 in St. Church. Burial sons, five daughters, one Francis Church. Burial Calvary brother, four sisters, 27 was in St. Francis grandchildren and six Cemetery. great-grandchildren. Fat- her Leo A. Riedmueller, (;F()R(;E ()I,IVFIIL.L 84, of V.F., offered the Mass of Van Buren, died April 6 in Christian Burial March 29 Van Buren. Born Feb. 1, in Sacred Heart Church. 1898, at Fremont, Calif., he Burial was in Sacred Heart was a Catholic. Surviving Cemetery. are a daughter, a son, five grandchildren and 10 ROBERT CORTESE, 78, of great-grandchildren. Fat- Little Italy, died April 9 in her John C. Choppesky, Little Rock. Born May 15, S.J., conducted funeral 1903, in Caltrano, Italy, he services at the Edwards Mar i. IIiintdllr was a member of St. Van-Alma Chapel April 8. MemberSl Francis parish. Surviving Burial was in Forest Park I HAVE MANY are his wife, Mrs. Jovanna Cemetery. EQUITY BUYS in All, RANGES and AREAS. details. Home 562-2557. McCRORY KRISTINE J. CIESLAK, 54, of Hot Springs, died An anniversary Mass for April 14 in Hot Springs. A Mary Jo Stuckey was offered native of Poland, she was a  ! April 19 at St. Mary's Church member of St. Mary's PRO REALTY 561|" by Father Thomas J. parish. Surviving are her Sebaugh. She was a 1962 graduate of St. Vincent In- firmary's School of X-Ray Technology. At the time of her death, she was employed by Market Place Medical Clinic in Little Rock where she was a member of St. Theresa's parish. She was the daughter of Vera and Bert Stuckey. LITTLE ROCK Dr. Gil Caver of Our Lady of the Holy Souls parish will appear in the role of Frank Butler, Annie Oakley's sharpshooting opponent, in the Little Rock Community Theater's performance of "Annie Get Your Gun" at the Arkansas Art Center Theater Friday and Saturday, April 23-24. Curtain is at 8 p.m. Reservations may be made by calling 372-4000. Before each rehearsal and performance, the entire cast and crew kiss a medal of St. Genesius, the patron saint of actors NEW DIXIE Knights of Columbus Council 6680 held a Founders Day celebration recently for members and their families. Honored were H. F. Lip- smeyer, oldest member at 87; John Segalla, most years in K.C. with 41, and A. J. Paladin(), oldest Past Grand Knight. Awards went to Loren and Mable Ritter for their work in the council, Conrad Gunlher family as Family of the Year and Lee Nutt, program award for promotion of the Rosary. Guests in- cluded Stale Deputy Bob Peters. a II Want-Ad Section :! 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