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THE GUARDIAN, MAY 2, 1969 PAGE 11 Happening Around the Diocese Guardian feature is designed to serve all the Catholic organiza- the Diocese of Little Rock. The deadline for stories to be in- 8:30 A.M. of the Friday prior to the week of publication). NORTH LITTLE ROCK lay of The 21 Club will at 8 P.M. this Sat- 3, in the home of Apt. 3G, Lakewood number is 753- the Garden Gate Garden Club, spoke on flower arrangements. Plans were discussed for flow- ers for the May procession to be held May 11. NORTH LITTLE ROCK PARAGOULD  monthly meeting of St. s. Altar Society was held , l in the Church basement. :harles Bean, a member of Members of St. Mary's Altar Society will attend a 10 A.M. Mass and receive Holy Communion this Sunday, May 4. All women of the parish have been invited to attend a pot luck supper Wednesday, May 7, at 6:30 Helena rker's Hardware Co. 111 Cherry St. Helena, Ark. Massey's II00NU$ Liquor Store 3 Walnut St Helena, Ark. C. Maggio Grocery & Market For the Best in Staples & Meats Helena Crossing Arkansas Mr and Mrs. Chas. Maggio, Owners Ohio St. Commission Co. Helena, Arkansas ena National Bank ,!ielping to Develop the Agriculture and Iadustry of the Helena Trade Territory HELENA, ARKANSAS K & M Sales Company, Inc. Distributors of Falstaff- Schlitz - Old Milwaukee Beer CHERRY STREET TELEPHONE: HICKORY 4-3721 HELENA, ARKANSAS CHICAGO MILL & LUMBER CO. Helena Arkansas II Yugoslav Priest Mrs. Joe St0rthz, Sr., Elected Legislator Awarded Volunteer Bonn, Germany (NC) -- A Catho- lic priest has been elected to a Honor at St. Vincent's Yugoslavian regional parliament for the first time under communist rule, according to the Zagreb newspaper, Vjesnik. The priest, a Father Veres, was asked by the newspaper how he will relate his political duties with his priestly ministry. Fath- er Veres replied that it is un- necessary to answer such a ques- tion in view of the current state of democracy in Yugoslavia. P.M. sponsored by the Altar Soci- ety. FORREST CITY The Eastern Deanery of the Diocesan Council of Catholic Little Rock -- Mrs. JoeStorthz, Sr. of 450 Midland has been named Volunteer of the Year at St. Vincent Infirmary. Mrs. Storthz was among a group of volunteers honored recently for their community service by the Arkansas Association for Mental Health. Mrs. Howard Taylor, director of volunteers, said Mrs. Storthz' selection as Volunteer of the Year was based on her many years of service to the Infirmary and the contribution she has made as a member of the Infirmary's Ladies Auxiliary. Mrs. Storthz is one of 10 char- ter members of the Ladies Aux- iliary which was founded 16 years It Was Bound To Happen Eventually Crognaleto, Italy (NC) -- An age-old custom in the Abruzzo mountains of throwing money into the grave of a departed friend or relative has recently received a modern touch. Some mourners in this Abruz- zo region east of Rome, attending the burial services of a dear one, dropped four 10,000 fire notes ($64) into the open grave. Then a shopkeeper and friend of the deceased stepped forward, but hestitated for a moment as he seemed to be searching in his pockets for some money. Appar- ently finding none, the shopkeeper reached into the grave, picked up the 40,000 llre and put the money into his pocket. Then he calmly wrote a check for 50,000 lire, which he dropped into the grave. i Women met in Forrest City, April 13. Mrs. Jane Mills presided. Mrs. Granville Sutton and Miss Rose Marie Nabhloz, Little Rock, were guests. Mrs. Edwin Walling of Cros- sett gave a program on the In- stitute, "Fashion Me a Person", which she attended in Little Rock. Mrs. Stephen Stoyanov and Mrs. Edward Wagner of Brinkley as- sisted her in the demonstrations. Msgr. M.F. Donovan, V.F., The Rev. John J. Kettler, The Rev. James P. Reynolds and The Rev. John E. Barnes were present. All seven affiliates were repre- sented by a total of 40 women. NORTH LITTLE ROCK ago. The membership now totals ear00 Mrs. Storthz has served the HELP PREVENT FOREST FIRES I Auxiliary as an officer and for i __ %.o,, INTHESOUTH. [ the past 12 years has been par- liamentarian. Ready-to-Wear, Shoes, Clothing 229 CHERRY STREET HELENA, ARK. The annual mother and daught- er of the parish appreciation breakfast will be held Sunday, May 11, after the 8:30 A.M. Mass in the School Hall. The breakfast will be sponsored by the Holy Name Society. There will be no charge. Helena Federal Savings AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 604 CHERRY STREET HELENA, ARKANSAS I I I ! , Centenio Distributing Co. J DoYou J b: Distributors of -emem'er" PABST BLUE RIBBON and MILLER HIGH-LIFE Helena Arkansas 50 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK 2'he Guardian reported: Fort Smith -- A very succes- ful mission, conducted by Rev. Fathers Cahill and Clark of the Dominican Order, opened at Im- maculate Conception Church on Palm Sunday. Nicholls Printing Co., Inc. Printers- Lithographers- Engravers- Stationers ALL KINDS OF OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT Helena Arkansas FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 421 PERRY ST., HELENA, ARKANSAS 2S YEARS AGO THIS WEEK The Guardian reported: Little Rock -- His ExcellencY, The Most Reverend Bishop has been notified by the Apostolic Del- egate of the elevation of The Very Rev. Msgr. John B. Scheper to the rank of Domestic Prelate, with the title of Right Reverend Monsignor. The Apostolic Delegate has also notified Bishop Morris that The Rev. Joseph A. Murray, The Rev. Joseph C. Feldkamp, The Rev. Edwin A. Hemmen and The Rev. Joseph M. Hoflinger have been elevated to the rank of Camer- iere Segreto Supranumerario, with the title of Very Rev. Monsignori. Don,t Be Confused About the Faith w Read The Guardian i ii e  "THE HOUSE COMPLETE" Reedy-Mix Concrete C.M. JOHNSTON & SONS, Inc. Main Office - River Front Lumber Yard Paint Store Phone 4-3417 511 Cherry St. Warren Johnston, Pres., Woody Galyean, V. Pres. Mrs. Marie Clayborne, Sec. Treas. P.0. Box 116 Helena, Ark. I