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8--THE GUARDIAN MAY 22, 1964 i I Shop & Trade With Your Home Town Merchants . . They Appreciate Your Businessl BATESVILLE ...NEWPORT .... SEARCY! BATESVILLE -- Blessed Sacrament Church. Sunday Mass 11 A.M Holydays 5:30 PM NEWPORT--St, Cecilia's Church. Sunday Mass 8:30 A.M Holydays 7:00 A.M SEARCY--St James Church. Sunday Mass 10:00 A.M. Holydays 7:30 P.M. WHITE ABSTRACT & REALTY CO., Inc. M. J. WHITE BEN H. WHITE Abstracts Farm Loans Real Estate Escrows NEWPORT JACKSON COUNTY 520 3rd St. SOUTHERN COTTON OIL DIVISION Hunt's Foods & Industries, Inc. "Going Forward With Newport Since 1895" Cottonseed & Soybean Products Highgrade Fertilizer MERCHANTS & PLANTERS BANK Newpc*t, Arkansas "A Friendly Bank To Do Business With" SEARCY FROZEN FOODS R. G. Deener 507 $. Main, CH 5-3534 Searcy, Ark. Your Bank of Friendly Service THE SEARCY BANK Established 1904 Searcy Arkansas GARRISON JEWELERS Phone CH 5-2340 Cor. Spruce St. and Race Ave. 57 Continuous Years Service In Searcy CROSBY'S DRUG STORE "Where Most People Trade" Phone RI 3-2537 Batesville Arkansas MAXFIELD'S BETTER FURNITURE IN CONTINUOUS BUSINESS SINCE 1870 Furniture, Stoves, Floor Coverings, and Home Supplies Batesville PHONE RI 3-4550 Arkansas WARDROBE CLEANERS Gee. Robinson, Owner Phone RI 3.2542 -- "For Those Who Care" -- Batesville Arkansas PADGETT LUMBER CO. Lumber and Builders Supplies PHONE RI 3-4521 Batesville Arkansas. MAKES A BETTER LUNCH!.,. Creamy, cold milk to make your chil. dren's lunch complete, milk . . . the perfect food for growing children. MACK FARM DAIRY Serving Batesvifle Since 1928 Grade "A" Milk Products RI 3-3300 Mount Commencement To Be Thursday, May 28 IAttle Rock -- llis Excellency Bishop Albert L. Fletcher will preside at commencement exer- cises at Mount St. Mary's Academy on Thursday, May 28, at eight o'clock. Tile program will include processional of the 100 gradu- ates to the strains of Meyer- beer's "Coronation March", played on organ and pianos. A chorus by a special Glee Club group will sing two numbers. Commencement speakers ill be Mary Cassidy, who will de- liver the Salutatory; Betty Anne Blake, who will read the class essay; and Connie Cheek, who will give the valedictory. Diplomas will be distributed by Bishop Fletcher, assisted by The Right Rev. Msgr T. L Keany, academy chaplain, to: Sr. Florence, OS B,' Receives C.C.D., Papal Award Fort Smith -- Sister M. Flor- ence, OS.B, of St Seholastica Academy's director of the Con- fraternity of Christian l)octrine, was awarded the Plus X Medal at an assembly here May 14, by 'File Rev. John E. Barnes, Dioc- esan C.C.D. Director. Father Barnes told the as- sembly that the medal was awarded, with the approval of His Excellency Bishop Albert L. Fletcher, for Sister's outstand- ing work and leadership as di- rector of the C.C.D. correspond- ence course. Father also ex- pressed his gratitude to Sister Florence, Motimr Jane Frances, O.S.B., the Benedictine Sisters, and to all the C.C.D. members for the wonderful work being done at the academy for the Confraternity movement. Sister Florence is tlle second recipient of the Plus X Medal in the diocese. Mrs. Jenny Cia secretary to Father Barnes, was tile first. At present, Sister Florence is working on her C.C.D. Master Certificate from the national center in Washington, D.C. She attended C.C.D. summer school in Atchison, Kansas, last year and will resume studies there this summer. During the five years she has headed tim correspondence school at St. Scholastica's, she has established training classes for the seniors and aspirants at the Academy. Aided by senior girls, she has taught several adult classes from parishes around Fort Smith When Sister first started di- recting the correspondence course five years ago there were 110 students enrolled. That number grew to 525 the first year. Since that time .there have been no fewer than 525 pupils and as many as 600 pupils taking tile course each year. C.C.D. student teachers pre- sented with certificates at the assembly were Ann Bauer, Gil- da Bergup, Shirley Brennan, Barbara Buss, Mary Lou Con- rad, Linda Cooper, Mary Ann Cullivan, LaDonna Davis, Char- lotte Eckart, Mary Ann Erman, Barbara Forst, Carolyn Jo Fritz, Emily Geels, Laverne Geels, La- sonia Gilyard, ,loan Glenn, Judy Glenn, Rita Golwas, Pamela Granger, Barbara Greuel, Anna Griesemer, LaVerne Guettler, Debrah Honey, Mary Hathorn, ,lanette Itilton, Leo.ha Hoelting, Mary Kennedy, Margie Ker- shen, Ruthie Knauls, Celestine Leding, Ilelen Liewer, Betty Lisko, Peppy Loewy, Mary Lou Longley., Palricia Lux, Mary Meiger, Janet Meurer, Areletha Miller, Cecilia Minden, Donna Moredock, Ruth Moxley, Kath- yn Newman, Myrna Ortiz, Mar- garet Pirker, Joanne Rinke, Mary Rose Schroeder, Phyllis Schwartz, Sandy Seavers, Bar- bara Shelby. Sue Simmo)s, Mary Jane Sprick, Kalie Stro- bcl, Sharon Sl.utz, Dorothy Thoml)SOn, Sue Tinder, 13city Uth)uj, Mn'y Lee Von Hatien. lAll.'ia Wall,:el , llalnona Willems, Mary Ann W(c'stman, Carol The Misses Chris Allen, Pa- tricia Althoff, Kathleen Bake}', Bernadette B a 1 e s t, Patrieia Barry, Jane Bauer, Virginia Beck, Elizabeth Ann Berg, Suzanne Betz, Betty Anne Blake, Ann Boeckmann, Becky Borglmse, Donna Bowers, Kath- leen Burns, Marianna Bury, Mary Ann Butkiewicz, Diana Byrd, Mary Cassidy, Carolyn Cerrato, Connie Cheek, Mary Rita Coco, Nina Coco, Linda Cole, Norma Jean Cole, Chris Cook, Kathleen Cooper, Nancy Craig, Rita Crosariol, Myra Dunaway, Selena Duncan, Em- ma Eichelmann, Betty Erwin, Charlotte Fleig, Sue Fredrich, Carol Freeman, Carolyn Frey- aldenhoven, Patricia Gaiser, Virginia Ginini, Margaret Gun- derman, Kathy Hart, Marian Hart, Mary Jo tIobbs, Janine Hoyt, Jo Ann Huard, Patricia Hulett, Bonnie Hunkapiller, Rosemary Jendrejas, Cornelia Kelly, Virginia Knoedl, Kath- leen Kocinski, Karen Lajoie, Carol Lipin, Sally Logan, Bar- bara Loll, Vicki Lovston, Rose Marie Lucas, Ann Lux, Patricia Maginn, Joan Malchaski, Ange- la Maynard, Mimi McCoy, Mar- garet McGowan, Kathleen Moix, Patricia Murphy, Marion Mur- rell, Elaine O'Donnell, Joan Oslica, Susan Overton, Rita Paladino, Leslie Denise Pa- quette, Sylvia Payne, Joan Pfauser, Frances Pitts, Martha Power, Mary Raney, Sharon "Reandeau, Jane Renfroe, Dor- othy Roberts, Andrea Rossi, Carol Sandusky, Diane Sere- dynski, Mary Ellen Serio, Suzanne Seymour, Sue Shields, Sandra Shipp, Carol Ann Shir- ley, Donna Small, Theresa Straessle, Elizabeth Tarleton, Glenna Taylor, Frances Kaye Ussery, Gayle Ward,. Lynda Watkins, Viggie Webb, Susie Wilkie, Michaelene Wills, Con- nie Wyble, Charlotte Zajac, JoAnn Zakes, and Patricia Zionce. Pope Greets Louisiana Town Natchitoches, La. (El -- Pope Paul VI sent greetings and his personal blessing to tile inhabit- ants of this central Louisimm community on tile occasion of its 250th birthday (May 7). F()unded in 1714, Natchitoches is the oldest l)ermanent sellle- meat in the Louisiana Purchase area 11 Binz, Rose MInT Brown, Je- anne Eisterhold, Barbara Ann Eisterhold, Suzanne Ketchum, Jeanie Walding, Janice Radke, Nancy Ann Davis, Sharon Ge- lina, Vivian Eggemeyer, Sue El- len Baltz, Karen Gantner and Marie Gerke. Pins and medals were given to 87 students far their service to the Confraternity corres- pondence course. The assembly ended the an- nual C.C.D. day at St. Seho- lastiea sponsored by Father Barnes. Chicago K. of C' .. Breaks Race Chicago (El -- Tim Catholic Interracial congratulated Newman oil, Knights of ColumbuS, suburban Evanston, for ing the color t)arrier. The K. of C. council ted to membership White, an Evanston Ne ClC said the action will charges of discrimination have been made against C. groups in the Chicago Jenny Lind Bus Project Winning New Interest Little Rock--Reaction set quickly to tlle complete of a Little Rock bolster "the Catholics to acquire a bus with Gold Bond stamps. People began "Where call I contribute?" Tile answer to the questtotl --in special collection all Safeway Stores, in Guardian Press Store at West Second Street Rock, and in many operating ste.res and c throughout tile state. . Jenny Lind Catholics , been working t'or months t',i to collect 8,000 books of o Bon(l Stamps so they can.e ff vide transportation for t_ta l children to the paroc'e, sclmols of Fort Smith. TheYit cently passed the half-waY pu in their drive. The Liltle Rock progr _,,, billed as a "Fun House Far,a. to be held May 8 in St. .. drew's Cathedr,al Hall. A dal1  band from lhe Little Roc,es, Force Base donated its se.r':qd d w merchants donated foo .oe, soft drinks and another u 0i factor purchased 19 caseS,dy beer for the party. But n  showed up. _a A sou}" n,t that colnpoUtld, the (hsappomtment at tll .ced ure of the party was introa.-a last week when Tle Guaral.n, reported that only three P)'ih --The Bey. James Foley, v'isli, pastor of St. Edward's P:fs, and two of his parishiUe. Fred Wewer and Eugeneho bcars--r."dropped in to see " things were going." . The ,'act is that Mr. lgo;t and Mr. Sebears arrived sir, 8 o'clock to give'the party .c','d, man, Mrs. Kay Kolland, a_'ig, and" they. .... stayed until 1,30e fund ::"' helping her prepare th,,s0P for shipment to St. JoseP  tlle phanage and in recrating-N drinks Only Father JiaS 111" "dropped in to see hoW t were going." 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