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PAGE 5 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC MAY 6, 1990 gram. __ Ed. With this issue, we wish a Happy Retirement to Joyce Dillingham, who wrote W Parish News from 1986 until last week, and ~lcorne Judy Hoelzeman, a long-time pres- ence in the diocesan Permanent Diaconate ? By Judy Hoelzeman 'The Altar-Rosary Society of Blessed Sacrament parish in Jonesboro will sPOnsor the annual Mother-Daughter Pot Luck Dinner on Tuesday, May 15, at 6:30 PM in the parish hall. All V0rnen of the parish are invited to with their mothers, daughters, or ends. Those who attend may bring a gift for a new mother. The gifts will be distributed throughout the year to eedy mothers of the area. tI ~24 Forbing Rd., LR 72209 (1/2 BIk. west of Univ.Ave~ to your home every week. ~ Subsczlbe today ! ~- The first group of catechumens to complete the year-long RCIA at Sacred Heart Church in Charleston was received into the Church on Holy Saturday. Pictured are Deacon Bill Ralston, new Catholics Deborah Theising, Tracy Verkamp, Yvette Ketter, Pam Mitchum and Michelle Mealer, and Sacred Heart pastor Fr. Carleton Sheehan, OSB. (Dolores James) "TO scrvc as WC would be served" Jason Campbell, an 18-year-old sen-Kiefer, JayJackson and Doug Eveld. ior at Northside High School and a * * * * * * * * member of Immaculate Conception Our Lady of the Holy Souls School, parish in Fort Smith, received the rank ttle Rock, will present "Art Festival of Eagle Scout on April 22 at Christ the Perfect Vision 1990" on Sunday, King parish center in Fort Smith. ,*lay 6 from 9 AM to 2:30 PM in the Jason, the son of Gary and JoAnn It-heel classrooms. grEVa'Lou Wellborn, art instructor for Campbell, is a member of Boy Scout Troop 3. His Eagle Scout project was es four through eight, hopes to to work with the National Parks Service i.i^ e on display an entry from every to clear overgrown brush and weeds h uq Souls student. Blue ribbons will along railroad tracks leading to the .e awarded for each classroom and an gehth'grade entry will be selected for original site of Fort Smith. i e school,s permanent collection. The St.Joseph's CYO in Paris recently George Hoelzeman, art instructor at olic High School and a member elected new officers. President is Zeke Nehus; vice-president, Keith Pohlmeier; taoly Souls, will judge the entries, secretary, Pare Ullrich; treasurer, Craig j, A Science Fair will be held in con- Neumeier, sergeant at arms, Kurtis ' Ction with the art festival. Seventh- Simmons. eighth.grade science projects will Laura Ullrich received the Merit ue oft display in the Allen Center gym. Award. Delegates to the state CYO * * * * convention from Pari include Bruce As creatively as any investment bank- ing firm could have done it, parishion- ers at St. Joseph's in Pine Bluff made over $3,000 for the parish during Lent. Fr. Frederick Zarrilli, pastor, gave each adult who attended Mass on the first Sunday of Lent an envelope contain- ing $2. He read the parable of the talents and challenged people to invest the money wisely and bring back their earnings on Palm Sunday. Parishioners invested their talents in a variety of ways. One parishioner gave a friend a home permanent she had bought with her $2, then charged the friend for her labor. Another bought fishing bait, then cooked his catch and charged friends to join him for dinner. Half the proceeds will go to help the poor in Pine Bluff; the other half will go to the parish building fund. JOE England, AR Mr. Insurance...all lines of coverage." Ch Philip Brooks eryl Ripple~Baxter Bulletin) Brooks, a resident of the e Nursing Center and a mem- O[ St Peter's in Mountain Home, recenfly honored with a surprise of American Legion members fa ends for a special presentation I / a ear pin. 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