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THE GUARDIAN, JUNE 6, 1969 PAGE 9 i nglican Primate Would Ilow Pope in One Church (NC) -- The Anglican Archbishop Michael of Canterbury, declared "I see the Pope as having of providential leadership in a united Church I would )ared to follow." archbishop, speaking at an discussion at LondonUniver- r Wonder... .why so many "do-gooders" so much about the welfare and rapists, and are !at all concerned about their sity's Catholic chaplaincy, added: "I would never call the Pope head of the Church, as I see Christ as the head." Questions to the primate in a good-humored, relaxed, but none- theless serious meeting, centered mainly around Dr. Ramsey's views on church unity. When one student asked him if individuals should attend services of other religions, Archbishop Ramsey replied that Catholics would be welcome to attend An- glican services and receive com- munion there, but he would remind such Catholics that receiving An- glican communion was contrary to the teaching of their own Church. Asked about women priests, he said: "I think that the time will come when both Anglicans and : Catholics will have women as : priests, but," he added laughingly, "wewon't have them untilyou do." On worker-priests the primate said he believes in priests doing ordinary jobs, but added that he suspects the movement would not go very far. About 100 students from various university colleges in London, in- cluding a number of non-Catholic s, attended the meeting. Students sat casually around the room talking to the Anglican Primate. J=--00ARK SHOPPING CENTER MARKHAM & UNIVERSITY, LITTLE ROCK Located in the center of Holy Souls and Good Counsel Parishes. .. Every service at your FREE Parking... Friendly Shop Your STERLING STORES COMPLETE VARIETY STORE HENSHAw JEWELRY PARK PLAZA CENTER MO 3-5941 We Specialize in Jewelry & Watch Repeirl Gifts for All Occasions fingertips ... 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Miss Hinson Miss Stoltz St. Joseph's High Aw ards Diplom as Conway -- Pamela Marie Hin- son was valedictorian and Carol Ann Stoltz was salutatorian of the class graduated by St. Joseph's High School May 26 in St. Joseph's Church. Pamela's average for four years was 3.89 and Carol's was 3.79. The 32 seniors were presented their diplomas by The Roy. Martin Conroy, C.S.Sp., administrator, and Sister M. Rosita, S.S.N.D., high school principal. The ROy. Lawrence Maus, pastor of St. EUz- abeth parish, Center Ridge, de- livered the address. Seniors receiving diplomas were Anita Breeden, Ralph Claflin, Sarah Dangherty, Linda Davis, Charles Dayer, Gerald Dussex, Mary Evans, Martha Freyalden- korea, Suzanne Glover, Olga Grummer, David Henze, Leona Hermes, Pamela Hinson, Mary Ann Hoyt, Raymond Kordsmeier, James Luyet, Kenneth Moix, Lor- etta Moix, Nancy Moix, Allan Nab- holz, Daniel Nabholz, Frances Nahlen, Brenda Paladino, Richard Rappold, Vincent Rappold,.Carol Stoltz, Charlotte Strack, Edgar Tyler, Christopher Walter, Sharon White, Thomas Worm and Michael Zimmerman. Honor students having an aver- age for four years from 3.9 to 3.5 were Pamela, Carol, Sarah Ann Daugherty, Edgar Tyler, Ralph Claflin, Nancy Ann Moix and Rob- ert Daniel Nabhol% WSth an aver- age from 3.5 to 3.0 were Mary Sidonie Evans, David Hence, Al- fred Allen Nabhol% Brenda Sue Paladino, Ogla Lys Grummer, Lin- da Susan Davis, Kenneth Eugene Moix and Richard Horace Rap- pold. Honors awarded went to: Pamela Hinson for full tuition valedictorian scholarship to State College of Arkansas, to Lambuth College in Jackson, Tenn., and to Ouachita Baptist College. Carol Stoltz was awarded sal- utatorian scholarship to State Col- lege of Arkansas, Lambuth College Bishop to Go Up in Ballon Lucerne, Switzerland (NC) -- When six ballons lift into the sky against the backdrop of Swiss mountains here June 14, one of the passengers will be Bishop Anton Haenggi of Solothurn. The ballon-raising is part of a fund drive for this region's homes for the aged. Gpecially postmark- ed envelopes noting lallon mail delivery will be sold as a part of the event, in which high govern- mental and civic leaders are par- ticipating. IIIII and to Ouachita Baptist College. State College of Arkansas awar- ded a continuing full tuition schol- ship worth $1,000 on the basis of scores on the Scat and Act tests to lg St. Joseph seniors:Ralph Claflin, Sarah Daugherty, Linda Davis, Mary Evans, David Henze, Pamela Hinson, Nancy Moix, Dan- ny Nabholz, Richard Rappold, Carol Stoltz, Edgar Tyler and Allan Nabholz. The Kiwanis Club awarded its Father Dellert scholarship to State College of Arkansas to Kenneth Moix. The scholarship is worth $z50. The Knights of Columbus award- ed its $.50 scholarship to State College of Arkansas to Brenda Paladino. The Optimist Club awarded full tuition scholarships to Petit Jean Vocational and Technical School to Anita Breedon and Loretta Moix. Christian Brothers College in Memphis has awarded a continu- ing full tuition scholarship valued at $800 a year to Ralph Claflin, a finalist in the National Merit Scholarship Competition. Ralph was also awarded a full tuition scholarship to the University of Oklahoma. The Glen Irby Dancing School has awarded a tuition scholarship in ballet to the drama department of State College of Arkansas to Olga Grummer. Commencement exercisesbegan May 25 with attendance at Mass and Holy Communion. The Rev. Thomas McGuire, C.&SP., was celebrant of the MaseandThe Rev. Martin J. Conroy, C.S.SP., gave the homily. After ceremonies in the church, aJnnior-Seniorbreak- fast for the graduates and their parents was served by the juniors. Annual Catholic Point Italian Sausage and Spaghetti Dinner Near Center Ridge at ST. JOSEPH CHURCH D inner Served 5:15 to 8 P.M. June 7 TICKETS $3.00 OTHER REFRESHMENTS AND AMUSEMENTS.