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THE GUARDIAN, MAY 2, 1969 PAGE 13 ITvo Former Arkansans Die, One !]i,s Mother of Sister Henrietta ITHUR GEE ELdOah, Iowa -- Mrs. Arthur HOckle) Gee, the former Thielemier a native of rg, Ark., 'who was the  0f Sister Henrietta Hockle, i' Driacipal of Holy Souls .*: Little Rock, died here ,|q2, neral services were held ,r% Gee, the first in St. Church, Shenandoah, on 4, the second in Blessed O at Church, Jonesboro, tUrday, April Z6. A Rosary lVas conducted at the Gregg home the evening before the Jonesboro funeral. Burial was in Holy Cross Cemetery, Jones- boro. Mrs. Gee is survived by her husband, Arthur Gee of Shen- andoah, and her mother, Mrs. Mary Thielemier of Engleberg, Ark.; four daughters: Mrs. Vernon Warr of Hot Springs, Sister Henrietta, Mrs. Robert Koubek of Arnold, Nob., and Mrs. James Wamble of Columbus, Miss. Mrs. Gee also is survived by eight brothers and sisters: Joe Thielemier of Engleberg, Mrs. Vester Clifton of St. Louis, Frank Thielemier of Engleberg, George Thielemier of Engleberg, John New Heber Springs Church Needs Organ Heber Springs -- The new St. Albert's Church, under construc- tion here, has received many note- worthy memorial contributions, but it still is in need of an organ. The pastor, The Roy. Edward E. Simpson, whose mailing ad- dress is St. James Church, P.O. Box 172, Searcy, Ark., 72143, wants the word of this need spread across the Diocese of Little Rock. The new Church is named in honor of His Excellency Bishop Albert L. Fletcher, and Father Simpson believes that"somewhere in Arkansas there is a music lover who would like to honor God and honor our Bishop by contri- buting an organ." I EL REXALL DRUG STORE Chas. Gunn & Don Gatewood Registered Pharmacists St. Helena, Arkansas tt's Laaies Apparel Cherry Street  Helena, Arkansas PACKAGE STORE up - Speak up" Liquor, Wines and Cold Beer Nunzio T. Messina, Owner Dial Hickory 4.3711 Helena, Ark. STATES MONUMENT CO. Phillips National Bank Two Convenient Locations I?IONG - FRIENDLY - DEPENDABLE Helena, Arkansas Biscoe St. i  Helena, Arkansas andoah. Mrs. Gee was active in St. Mary's Church in Shenandoah and in other local organizations, and was instrumental in forming a Senior Citizens Group in Shen- andoah. "Home of Fruit Cakes." Helena, Arkansas Charlene and Hoot Lueken III I I Midland Heights Helena, Ark. MRS. J. J. FOUGEROUSSE Little Rock - Word has been re- ceived, here of the" death on April 22 of Mrs. Dorothy Gerke Foug- erousse, who has made her home in Cleveland, Ohio, for the past 35 years. She was a former resident of Little Rock and a communicant of St. Edward's Church. Survivors include her husband, Joseph J. Fougerousse; two sons, Joseph J. Fougerousse, Jr., and Louis Fougerousse; a daughter, Mrs. Patricia Meyer, all of Cleve- land; a brother, WilliamA. Gerke; and four sisters, Mrs. Helen Isen- man, Mrs. Cecelia Hemann , Mrs. Veronica Rohlman andMrs.Nettte Tiller},, all of Little Rock. Burial was April 25 in Cleve- land. I Trappists Founding New Monastery Spokane (NC) -- Three Trappist monks who want to retain the traditional monastic values in a world of change found Bishop Ber- nard J. Topoi of Spokane willing to accept them in this diocese. Father M. Thomas Aquinas Por- ter and Brothers Cyril Anderson and Robert Groghan of the Cis- tercian Order of Strict Observance have arrived to establish the first silent, contemplative foundation here -- Our Lady of the An- nunciation Monastery at MountSt. Charles Farm. Abbot M. Emmanuel Spillane, O.C.S.O., abbot of Our Lady of the Holy Trinity Abbey, Hunts- ville, Utah, gave permission to the priest and two Brothers, who had been stationed at the abbey, to establish a "simplified" foun- dation wherever they could find a bishop to accept the idea. ALPE PACKAGE STORE West Helena, Ark. Raft Mohawk Tires Sales SALES - SERVICE- DISTRIBUTORS West Helena, Arkansas H & M Lumber Company, Inc. ii B PLAZA STREET -:- PHONE JU 5-3777 West Helena, ArkannJ i FRANK PADULA Groceries- Fresh M eat-Vegetables "Your Patronage is Appreciated" 1248 Holly St. Helena, Ark, HI 4-g293 i Floyd-Keys Metalcraft Company Winter and Summer Air Conditioning Sheet Metal Work Helena 522 Missouri St. Arkansas Vincent DisJ'ributing Co. Distributor of BUDWEISER - BUSCH - MICHELOB I IN I II II 107 Walnut St. Helena, Arkansas Forte Groo.00rg & Market Thielemier of St. Louis, Mrs. Francis Schneider of Herman, Mo., t and Martin Thielemier of Pueblo, Helena Colo.; by 15 grandchildren;asteP-son, Dr. Kenneth Gee; and five ArkalsanatS. P.O.F. Covlfereylce step-grandchildren. Msgr. Edward T. O'Meara, national director of the Society for Mrs. Gee was born in Engle- the Propagation of the Faith, left, and Msgr. John M. Bann of Ics i l CRESCENT berg, November 18, 1904, the Little Rock confer during t hell midwest regional meeting of the daughter of the late Henry Thiele- Society's diocesan directors in St. Louis. am's mier. On October 16, 1923 she .,**. s,. ,!1, JEWeLRYTDD, married Joseph A. Hockleandlived ) 1 a 4 age Store in Jonesboro, for 33 years until _. ,or usa i. m ,,, w.e nC n in Jonesboro, Mrs. Gee was active i][l s than a mile from I I gvml in the Ladies Aid Society and other .It e "elena Bridge, | | Leon H Tr " organizations of Blessed Sacra- S INN TWEEN llll-,.. on,..,o) |1 . eor ment Church. HABIB' -B- liP",---.- I I '" Cherry Street On September 23,1964, shemar- i " I ried Arthur Gee in Blessed Sac- CAFETERNDBAKERY DRIVE IN I C00urch.,one,boro. then the couple has lived in Short- ,,,,