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6--THE GUARDIAN JUNE 8, 1962 What's Happening... zil ound the Diocese Pine Bluff -- Theresa Tomboli has been elected president of the Junior Catholic Daughters, succeeding Linda Hirsh. The new officers were elected at the last meeting of the school : year held at St. Joseph's par- ish hall. Other new officers, to be in- stalled at the first meeting next Fall, are: Linda Reynolds, vice- president; Debby Lupo, secre- tary, and Daria Wineland, re- porter.. Fort Smith--Winners of the an- nual Bridge Marathon, spon- sored hy the Home-School As- sociation of Christ the King parish, were announced at a luncheon at the ltoliday Inn here May 23. Winners were: First place, Mrs Donna Pumilia and Mrs. Doris Bowers; Second place, Mrs. Ann Coffey and Mrs. Esther Taylor; Third place, Mrs. Frances Waelder and Mrs. ,, Janie Freeze. Cash awards were given the winning couples by Mrs. A1 Reis, chair- man. Eighteen couples played bridge twice a month in tile immcs of members during the school year. Mrs. Carl Pumilia assisted Mrs. Reis as co-chair- man. Pine Bluff -- Junior Catholic Daughters of America were presented awards by The Rev. Thomas Keller, assistant pas- tog in a ceremony last Sun- day in St. Joseph's Church. After Benediction of the Most ANDERSON & NEWELL Complete Insurance Facilities Fire - Marine - Casualty For Arkansas Agents PHONE FR 2-1807 A. Roy Atwood, Special Agent Campbell, Mallory Colvert & Hornor INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS Aetna Floor Wallace Bldg. Little Rock, Arkansas Phone FR 4-0225 Blessed Sacrament, a Mother and Daughter tea was held in the parish hall. Outstanding member awards for various grades went to: Margaret Lyncl, grade 8; Ce- cilia Smith, grade 7; Cinda Culpepper, grade 6; Shirley Aureli, grade 5; Elizabeth Col tez, grade 4; and Elizabeth E1- kins, grade 3. Runners-up were Pam Wineland, Daria Wine- land, Dixie Cooper, Betty Regi- nelli, Margaret Meyer and Pa- tricia Hand. Serving as counselors and group leaders during the past year were, Mrs. Jean Schaff- net, Mrs. Olga Nance, Mrs. Pat Hirsh, Mrs. Rosemary Smith, Mrs. Bradley Roberts, Mrs. Margaret Beasley, Mrs. Frankie Owens, Mrs. June Smith and Mrs. May Landry. Fort SmithMr. and Mrs. R. P. Greiner, members of Christ the King parish here where Mrs. Greiner is president of the ih)me-School Association, have won an all-expense paid trip to Bermuda. The Pontiac dealer in Fort Smith, Mr. Greiner won the trip through his company. Clarksville  Five students of Holy Redeemer parish school graduated from the eighth grade in ceremonies at tile church on the Feast of the Ascension. The Rev. Herman Laux, O.S.B., pastor, addressed the class and presented diplomas before Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament closed the ceremony. The graduates are Thomas Franklin Rofkahr, Mary Virginia Rinke, Anita Marie Oberste, Mary Anne Lorfing and Moreo Margaret Creapo. Little Rock--Wives of Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus will have their monthly party on Tuesday, June 19, at noon at K. of C. tlall. Hostesses will be Mrs. A. M. Wrape, Mrs. Leo J. Byrne, Mrs. William T. Gil- more, Mrs. Dan Murphy and Mrs. August Probst. Wives of Third Degree members have been invited. Jacksonville -- A dinner and dance for members of the Fourth Degree Knights of Co- lumbus will be held next Mon- day, June 11, at the Officers' Club at the Little Rock Air Force Base. Reservations will be necessary and can be made with G. J. Siebenmorgen or Joseph M. Brewczynski. Mem- bers will be allowed to bring guests to the annual affair. Hot Spring,---Twenty-six mem- bers o f St. John's Altar So- Dr. Annie M. 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(NC Photo) ciety, their husbands a n d guests attended a Communion breakfast at tile Stagecoach Motel Restaurant here last Sunday morning after Mass in St. John's Church. Mrs. Ann W. Bednark, break- fast chairman, presided and Oscar ,l. GIoor gave lhe spirit- ual meditation. Special guests included Mrs. Helen Diken of Rice Landing, Pa., mother of Mrs. Nick Senager; and Mrs. Lon Humberhouse of La Grange, Texas. Others attending were: Mrs. Oscar Gloor, Mrs. Harvey L. Deardorff, Sr., Mrs. George H. Biggs, Mrs. W. E. Waterworth, Mrs. Katheine Skill, Col. Kath: ryn Morgan, Mrs. Edward T. Piper, Mrs. Dave Baker, Mrs. Alvin Taylor, Mrs. Joseph Brennan, Mr. Vincent Gage, Mrs. Josephine Green, Mrs. Agnes Bird Fitzer, Mrs. Mar- garet M. Doyle, Mrs. John Kirscht, Mrs. J. F. Walsh, Mrs. Nick Senager, Mrs. Clara Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. John Wetzel, and Mr. and Ml;s. G. F. Roetzel. Mrs. Jessie Howe will be chairman for the breakfast next month on Sunday, July 15. Jacksonville--Women of the Al- tar and Rosary Society at lhe Little Rock Air Force Base had an interesting program last Friday on "Life in Russia Today." The Rev. James l)rane of the faculty of St. John's Home Missions Seminary was guest speaker and illustrated his remarks with slides he made on a recent tour of the country. The group bade farewell to their spiritual director, The Rev. Edward B. Hemkens, who is being transferred to an Air Force base in Germany. The luncheon meeting that follow- ed First Friday Mass in tile To Get Degree Baton Rouge, La.- Miss Mary Alice Failla, daughter of Joseph Failla IlI, and gran- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos- eph Failla Jr. of Pine Bluff, will receive a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing Edu- cation from Louisiana State University here June 9. Miss Failla attended the An- nunciation Academy, Pine Bluff, and graduated from Mount Saint Mary's Academy, Little Rock, in 1958. base chapel was held at the N.C.O. Club, with Mrs. R. B. Harte, president, presiding. Three new members were wel- comed. They are Pat Lynch, Midge Stutiman and Joyce Gretzinger. Ann Kearn, who is visiting Renee O'Grady, was a guest. Mary Ann Williams and Jean Britton won prizes. MalvernThe first bazaar ever conducted in St. John's parish here will be held on Saturday, June 16, starting at 4 P.M. on the church grounds. Members of the bazaar com- mittee are: Merle Arr, Mrs. Bennett, Tom Christman, Mrs. Davidson, Mrs. Deinel, Leo Frang, Harold Korwes, Mrs. McMillan, Susan MeMillan, Don Oppenheim, Steve Politte, 'Live Life to Hilt,' Father Boileau Tells Graduates Fort Smith"Life is an ad- venture in grace, in culture, in personality, in being a woman. Life life to lhe hill," de('lar(,d The Bey. David Both,all. guest speaker at the Baccalaureate Mass at St. Scholastica Acad- emy here May 27. Father Boileau stressed that each person is unique and has been created by God for a uni- que work. He asserted, "To make your life worth living you must find out what you have that is unique and then develop this. You must realize that you have limits beyond which you cannot go, but you must go right up to the limit." Following the Mass, Father Boileau joined Sister Consuella, O.S.B., principal, and Sister Scholastica, O.S.B., senior class sponsor, for a brunch in honor of the 48 graduates. Healey & Roth Funeral Directors e Burial Protectio For All Young Refugees Catholic Aid Miami, Fla., (l)--The nurfl of Cuban children sanctuary in the U.S. is creasing, according to the ami Catholic Welfare which has aided some accompanied Cuban children. The bureau disclosed duririg the first 23 days of '. a total of 866 children here from Cuba, which the total of young arrixJals ing the first four 1961. About 30 children are daily from Cuba at said Father Bryan O. Miami diocesan director Catholic Charities who a program of care for the dren late in 1960. The Catholic Welfare disclosed that as of May total of 3,306 children were ing cared for by tile Diocese: Miami and by 90 agencies in 36 states and Wa ington, D.C. Out side the greater area, 1,921 children were corned in 80 U.S. Sees, they are residing in homes, hoarding schools children's institutions. Father. Walsh said that Miami 1,385 youngsters being cared for in foster and centers established in County under Catholic Iie said that the Federal ermnent allows $6.50 for each incoming chi cover the cost of food, and medical attention, an( underwrites tile cost of portation to other areas. irving McNayr, Dade Cell manager, has urged that' tional sites be sought to Cuban children cared for three buildings loaned to Catholic Welfare.Bureau bY Dade County Welfare ment. He said that 216 boys are now housed in ings designed for 80 McNayr, stated that Charities has "done a won( ful job" in assisting Cubans, and Dade ficials wish to assist the in any way they can. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ed Price and Mrs. Rhoads. Fayetteville--St. Joseph's H( School Society here met for the closing session tim school year. In January 1961 St. Jos! Mothers' Club favor of a parent and organization. The orgal officers were Mr. and J. Brennan, president Mr. Mrs. George Ernst, dent, Mr. and Mrs. George fin, secretary, and Mr. Mrs. Garvin Martini, treas They were succeeded ill 1961, by Dr. and Mrs. Moore, president; 5h'. George Diffin, vice-pre Mr. and Mrs. Richard See ABOUND on Page 10' MAJESTIC . Cleaning with "Sarjitone" Will appreciate your LITTLE ROCK, Laundry with "Ivory SoaP":: TERMITESI $5,000 GUARANTY BOND Itl01AI011ES, lSt 25 years serving Arkan|ltl P. O. BOX 2597 LITTLE ROCK, ARK" It Phone FRanklin 4.6469 Pest Control ServiCe All Over