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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 30, 1982 What's Happening Here and There Around the Diocese LITTLE ROCK Active and auxiliary members of the Legion of Mary of Our Lady of Grace Curia will hold annual Acies Services Saturday, May I, beginning with the 8 AM. Mass at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church. Members will renew their consecration to Our Lady. Coffee and donuts will be served after Mass in the Conference Room. NORTH LITTLE ROCK St. Anne's Youth will hold its annual May crowning Sunday, May 3, at 3 P.M. in St. Anne's Church, Remount and Camp Robinson Roads. The Blessed Virgin will be crowned by Christy Taldo. ROGERS A Day of Recollection will be held Monday, May I0, at St. Vincent de Paul Church, with registration at 8:45 A.M. Father Herbert Vogelpohl, O.S.B., of Coury House at Subiaco Abbey, will conduct the day whose theme is "Alive to God." Both men and women are invited to attend. LITTLE ROCK The Central Area District of the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women will sponsor Mary's Day Saturday, May 8, at the 12:05 P.M. Mass at St. Andrew's Cathedral. The collection at the Mass will go to Birthright and the Madonna Plan. Above Monument Gray Granite on 4ft. Base s395oo Installed On YOUrcemetery Lot-- Guaranteed Delivery Before Memorial Day OCKER NONUNEIIT CO. 3018 Oak Lane Acrou From Cloverleaf Plaza R. W. OCKER OWNER MARKERS FROM $50.00 INSTALLED SHERWOOD "Singles Again," a Christian support group, is being formed in Immaculate Conception parish. Members are widowed, divorced or separated. Activities include rap sessions, guest speakers, outings, etc. For more in- formation, call John Knights of Columbus Elect Peters Continued from Pg. 1 In the Tootsie Roll Drive competition, the most money was returned by Russellville Council 6398. Father Joseph M. Correnti, diocesatr director of Vocations, Seminarians and Youth Ministries, spoke on the need of seminarians and how the Knights could aid in vocations work. "We need to mention the possibility of vocations to young men and women," he said, "as this is sometimes the farthest thing from their minds. We need to Goromboly (835-6093) or Ann urge them to open their minds Thompson (834-1164). to the call of God and support LITTLE ROCK The Secular Carmelites will meet Saturday, May 8, at Marylake. Father Mary Philip, O.C.D., will offer Mass at 11 A.M. Members are asked to bring their favorite covered dish for a noon luncheon. Francis Hart will preside at a business meeting, followed by candidates for membership having a study period. The day will close with Benediction. NEW DIXIE Knights of Columbus Council 6680 will sponsor a spaghetti and sausage supper Saturday, May 8, from 4 to 7:30 P.M. at St. Boniface Hall. Price is $4 for adults and $2 for children 6 to 12. Children under six will not be charged. LITTLE ROCK An Exchanged Life Con- ference sponsored by Grace Fellowship International of Denver, Col., will be held Thursday through Saturday, May 6-8, at the Little Rock Hilton Inn, 925 South University. The conference, conducted by Charles R. Solomon, Ed.D., will teach how to find victory over emotional difficulties and defeat in Christian life. For more information, contact Wanda Stephens, M.D., 1090 Medical Towers, phone (501) 225-9750. For a FREE Demonstration In Springdale Area Call In Fort Smith Area Call 474- 79 ! ! DRINKS BY 756-5801 the 6 soda ha'$ delivered o your door those in the seminaries so they will remain there. We also need your prayers." State Deputy Peters presented Father Correnti with a $300 check from the Knights to help cover ex- penses at the annual CYO Convention being held in / +. Imagine! Mak soda fountain fresh drinks at home. The CharGe 0 home beverage system allowsyou to make Sltklmg fresh drinks from tap water. A squirt of one of the 31 fountain syrup flavors and presto. you've got a delicious soda, and it only costs 6. OJMRS Dr it Recent Deaths (Information for this column is prepared from data fur- nished by the families of the deceased, their pastors or funeral directors. ) MRS. MARY MARTHA BURKE, 88, of Pocahontas, died April 2 in Randolph County Medical Center. The widow of Daniel M. Burke, she was born in Randolph County July 9, 1893, a daughter of the late Hubert and Teresea Lesmeister Peters. She and her husband established Burke's Pharmacy in 1920, then opened Burke's Ladies' Dress Shop in 1938, which became Burke's Specialty Shop in later years. She retired from active business participation in 1975. Through her and several associates' efforts, St. Paul's High School was added to the Parochial Elementary School during the 1920's and 1930's. She was a charter member of St. Paul's School Auxiliary in 1927 and was that group's first secretary. She was a charter member and a past president of the Pocahontas Business and Professional Women's Club and the Chamber of Commerce. She was a graduate of Mount St. Mary's Academy in Little Rock and a member of St. Paul's parish. Surviving are a daughter, a sister, two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Fat- her Andrew Smith offered the Funeral Mass April 5 in St. Paul's Church, assisted by Deacon George J. Ed- Fayetteville this year. initiated in 1915. Mr. Hilary F. Schmittzehe, wasun Supreme Director from Cape due to illness. Girardeau, Mo., was the Receiving prizes speaker at the annual banquet conclusion of the held in the Sahara Shrine were Roger Lisko, Temple. He spoke mainly on Gus Massanelli, Hot the re-entombment of Father Rick Siens, Stuttgart; Michael J. McGivney, who Beck, Little Rock; founded the order 100 years Fischer, DeWitt; ago. He was entombed in St. Oliver, Lake Village; Mary's Church in New Haven, H. Sanderson, Conn., in a bronze casket. Andrew Berry, Mr. Schmittzehe said there Flagg, Jonesboro; were many legal en- Burton, Hot Springs, tanglements that had to be Goergen, Hardy. cleared before the transfer Among resolutions could take place. State at the convention was Deputy Peters then presented which the him with an Arkansas The Guardian, Traveler certificate, newspaper, was His Excellency Bishop help offset the rise ia Andrew J. McDonald of Little rates. Rock spoke briefly, noting the It was announced group's 100th anniversary, year's convention will Deacon Tim Massanelli was at Helena. the master of ceremonies. Mr. Peters honored HILL John J. Plafcan, 92, of Slovak, as both the oldest living Knight and the oldest member SlIOPPERS in Arkansas. He is a member of Council 3998 and was RETIRED CRAFTSMAN -- Carpentry, cabinets, mantles, install locks and repair furniture. Joe Prause, Sr. Call 753-0514. ORGANIST-PIANIST -- weddings and receptions. 227-5105. 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