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THE GUARDIAN, MAY 3, 1974 PAGE 3--A J 00at's Happening 'H d Th ere an 21,  I,ITTLE ROCK the fourth annual Festival of rt, Teacher Recognition Day ad Homecoming celebration ill be held this Sunday, May 5, 0n 9 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. in Holy Uls School Tyler and H lreets. Mrs William Waters. the hool"s speech therapist, will ItYeeive a five-year service pin ring a 9:30 A.M. ceremony. tiring scfiool board members o will be recognized. }tatting alumni will be Ored guests, Tours of the Ool will be conducted. efreshments will be served [ GREENWOOD  I[he Catholic women 's Unin .sponsor an all-day sewing ion for the missions next ttlnesday, May 8, in the lOllteherville Community ilding on Highway 71, seven u!les from Greenwood. Mrs. ie;]lriam Maginnis and the ladies lthe Greenwood area will be [Stesses. Those attending will el@] rry sack lunches. Dessert and #l'U will be served. ere Around BI,YTIlEVILLE A car wash and a bake sale were conducted by the Blytheville CYO last weekend to raise funds to send delegates to the state convention in Little Rock this weekend. Delegates will be Kevin McNulty, Mafia Carney, Margaret Simon, Toni Hughes, Robbie Donner, Teresa Simon, Paula Hughes and Denise Dias. They will be ac- companied by Mrs. Sam Macre. I,ITTLE ROCK A continuous Rosary for peace will be offered from I to 3 P.M. tomorrow, May 4, in the Cathedral of St. Andrew here under the auspices of St. Francis Fraternity, Third Order of St. Francis. The Rosary will follow a Holy Hour. the Diocese Ronald Clayton, Mrs. Arthur Watkins and Mrs. Thomas Privitera; From Immaculate Conception parish - Mrs. Ed- ward Taldo, Mrs. Arnold Prieve, Mrs. Mirl Byrd, Mrs. Laula Loveless, Mrs. Roger St. Onge and Mrs. William Schlatterer; From St. patrick's parish -- Miss Louise Siepiela, Mrs. Terrence Kerr, Mrs. Fran- ces Fox, Mrs. Julian Oswald, Mrs. Margaret Isaacs and Mrs. Courtney Renshaw. A breakfast honoring the new members was held last Sunday in Sambos Restaurant following Mass in St. Mary's Church. I,ITTLE ROCK TheThird Order Secular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel will not meet in May. The Marylake retreat for members has been Mary's Doy Mass At Cathedral May 4 Little Rock -- The annual Mary's Day Mass, sponsored by the Mount St. Mary Alumnae Association, will be offered at noon tomorrow, May 4, in the Cathedral of St. Andrew with Iris Excellency Bishop Andrew J. McDonald presiding. Mrs. Kenneth Oswald, Alumnae president, has ap- pointed Mrs. Lawrence A. Hoyt chairman of the arrangements committee. The Mass will be open to all wishing to honor the Blessed Virgin. Mahon, a businessman; Father Joseph Correnti of Immaculate Conception parish, Dr. Paul Kradel of the hospital staff, The Rev. Howard Marshall of the First Christian Church, The tev. Jack Pollard of Southside Baptist Church and Richard postponed until June meeting will be held then. FORT SMITH St. Edward Mercy Hospital Benn, a businessman. Music 7-9. A was by the First Baptist Church NORTI! LITTLE ROCK "Transition" College Seventeen new members Career Choir. have been received by Court Queen of Peace No. 1809, NORTII I,ITTLE ROCK Catholic Daughters of America. recently sponsored its annual They are- From St. Jude s day of Christian Awareness. St. Patrick's Altar Society parish -- Mrs. Robert Donald, Speakers included Dave Me- will sponsor a potluck supper Mrs. Gerald Frisbee, Mrs. Hot Springs Guide Musical Department Store INSURANCE DEPARTMENT ARKANSAS BANK & TRUST CO. lloyd 14. Bryant, Ins. Mgr. COMPLETE COVERAGE AUto-Home-Business- Life BROADWAY SQUARE PHONE 624-4611 Chas. W. ,, Moenster All Your Insurance Needs." Hammond Organs - Pianos Band Instruments Records - aeet Music 623-1212 911 Central i i dll00 *L00E *COMMERCIAL I ! I NA 3-6648 MEEKS NEON Manufacturing Co. 50 RUFF'S TASTEE FREEZ BENTON MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER May 17 - 19 St. John's Catholic Center 2500 N. Tyler, Little Roek A Marriage Encounter enriches married life, Throe who have lived the recommend it highly, Interested couples may register for the forthcoming Ew ouninr by tilling out and mallthg the coupon below, enclosing $10 depedt. MR.  MI. STREET ADDRESS CITY add PARISH MAIL T - BILL ad MARNO SUTTON 8 MILLBROOK COURT, LITTLE ROCK, ARI 72207 For Information, Call: Fred and Tammy Foell 225-9287 Father Riddell 663-9435 next Thursday, May 9, at 6:30 Woods, secretary, and Mrs. P.M. in the parish center and G.T. Wankum, treasurer. will conclude the year's ac- Hostesses will be directed by ,tivities will installation of Mrs. Mrs. Lawrence Ehemann. Mike Peterson as president, Smoked turkey, drinks and rolls Mrs. Joe Brewczynski, vice will be furnished. Members will president: Mrs. Max Isaacs, bring a vegetable dish, salad or first vice president; Mrs. E.H. dessert. BAKER Y Special Occasion: Wedding Cakes. Petit Fours. Birthday Cakes * _Roils * Bread West South Street, Benton Arkansas Obituaries MILS. ANNA M. FORST l,ittle Rock -- Death came here April 1 after one month's illness Io Mrs. Anna Marie Forst, 80, of 1708 North Taylor Street. Burial April 4 was in St. Mary's Cemetery, Lamar, Mo., following a funeral from St. Mary's Church there, with Father Frank C. Palermo of- ficiating. Mrs. Forst, who was born Dec. 1, 1893, in Zenda, Kans., daughter of Joseph and Margaret Hane Eichman, was the widow of Fredrick M. Forst, whom she married in Paris, Ark., in 1915. She is survived by three sons, Raphael Forst of Altus, Okla., Urban Forst of St. Paul, Karts., and Robert Forst of Lamar, Mo.; a daughter, Estelle Forst of Little Rock; a sister, Marie Gieber of Por- tland, Ore., 13 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. MILS. FRANCES McNULTY Ratcliff -- A Mass of Christian Burial was offered April 1 in St. Anthony's Church here for Mrs. Frances McNulty, 84, a former resident of Ratcliff Who died in Kansas City March 29. A Rosary service was con- ducted in the Smith Funeral Chapel the evening before the funeral. Burial was in St. An- thony's Cemetery here. Mrs. McNulty is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Freda Kleck of Kansas City ; two sons, Maurice of Yukon, Okla., and Norbert of Kansas City ; a sister, Mrs. May Bullard of Dardanelle; three grandchildren and three great grandchildren. KATIII,EEN IIOGAN El Centro, Calif. -- Kathleen Frances Hogan, 20-month-old daughter of Jim and Agnes (Boeckmann) Hogan, died here April 21. A Mass of the Angels was offered in the chapel of the E1 Centro Navy Base where Mr. Hogan is stationed. Besides her parents, Kathleen is survived by two sisters and her grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Boeckman of North Little Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Jarrell Hogan of Memphis. Appeal CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2-A and I Bridal Registries Our Specialty 219 North 14th st. 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"We are worried about the social dimensions of the present economic situation, among them unemployment and firings for arbitrary or ideological reasons..." There is a lack of efficient legal safeguards for personal security, the bishops said, and this results in "ar- bitrary arrests and long im- prisonments, in which neither lhe person nor his family kno what the charges are." Reading The Guardian KEEPS A CATHOLIC INFORMED in Marche. Fathl'r Thomas R. Stauder -- Born in St. Louis, he was or- dained in Little Rock in 1950. He has served Catholics at Pa.ragould, Tontitown, North Little Rock and Pine Bluff. Father Stauder retired in 1966 and is in residence at Morris School at Searcy. 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