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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, JUNE 25, 1982 What's Happening Here and There Around the Diocese FORT SMITll A free-six hour seminar on "Financial Freedom" in two sessions will be given by Perry and Polly Cowin in St. Boniface Parish Hall. The first session is Sunday, June 27, from 2 to 6 P.M. The final one is Monday, June 28, from 7-9 P.M. For more in- formation,, call 783-0971. NORTil LITTLE ROCK Effective Saturday, July 3, new week-day and Sunday Mass schedules for St. Anne's Church, Camp Robinson and Remount Road, have been announced by the pastor, Father William E. Kane. Week-day Masses will be at 9 A.M. Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and at 6:30 P.M. DON'$ DOWNTOWN SHOE SERVICE , Complete Boot and Shoe Repair 311 W. 7th, L. R. - PHONE 378-0228 7:30 A.M. - 6:00 P.M., Man. - Fri. 8:30 A.M. - $:00 P.M. Sat. DON P,]EL Wednesday. The Saturday Vigil Mass will be at 4:30 P.M. Sunday Masses are scheduled at 8 A.M. and 10:30 A.M. The Holy Day schedule remains the same, with the An- ticipated Mass at 7 P.M. and the Holy Day Masses at 9 A.M. and 7 P.M. FORT SMITI! Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court Joan of Arc No. 482 will hold a family picnic Friday, June 25, at Columbus Acres, starting at 6 P.M. Meat and drinks will be furnished. Those attending are asked to bring vegetable, salad and dessert dishes. RAILTOURS Private Pullman- "Cynthia" St. Louis Mini-Vocation, July 16- ! 8, 1982 Cardinals VS. Cincinnatti, "Gigi" at the Muny Opera, the Arch and Riverfront Eastern United States in Early August 4,000 miles with overnight stops In Boston, Washington and Chicago and 3 full days in Colonial Williamsburg. Group Limited to 14 Peop/e Contact William H. Eldridge, 8615 Chicot Road, Little Rock, AR 72209 or Call 565.6656 or 565-4056 The Guardian Has Opening For Advertising Representative in Greater Little Rock Generous Commissions Send Resume To: W.W. O'Donnell, K.S.G. Managing Editor The Guardian P.O. Box 7417 Little Rock, Ark. 72217 00iederhehr WINE CELLARS Visit the Southwest's oldest and largest winery. Makers of award-winning wines in the true Swiss-German tradition for over 100 years. . Free cellar tours . Free wine tasting . Swiss Family Vineyards . Village Gift Shop . Weinkeller Restaurant . Grape Lounge Tours daily: 9:00-4:30. Closed Sundays. Restaurant: 11:00-2:00 and 5:00-9:00. Grape Cocktail Lounge: Till 11:00 pm. Wiederkehr Village, Altus, AR 72821 501 468-2611 I NORTH LITTLE ROCK Tom Kieklak, a member of Immaculate Conception parish, has been elected at Boys' State to be an Arkansas representative to Boys' Nation in Washington, D.C. MORRILTON Gerald Dold was named Knight of the Year by Knights of Columbus Council 5209. LITTLE ROCK Mrs. Martha Dickson (Mrs. D. B. Dickson) has been elected president of the St. Vincent Infirmary Auxiliary for the year 1982-83. Other officers include Mrs. Becky McMath (Mrs. Bruce Mc- Math), vice-president; Mrs. Mary Roman (Mrs. Juan Roman), recording secretary; Mrs. Judy Adams (Mrs. Donald Adams), treasurer; Mrs. Louise Byrd (Mrs. W. F. Byrd), corresponding secretary; Mrs. Betsy Bransford (Mrs. Hasty Bransford), historian, and Mrs. Toni Franke (Mrs. W. J. Franke), parliamen- tarian. Sister Margaret Vincent Blandford, S.C.N., SVI president, is ex-officio member. The first Auxiliary meeting of the new year will be Friday, Sept. 10. In- stallation of officers for 1982- 83 will be held. A board meeting will be at 11 A.M. preceding the luncheon meeting. TONTITOWN St. Joseph's Church con- ducted its annual Vacation Bible School, combined with Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Siloam Springs by Father Frederick B. Zarrilli. It was the largest Bible School yet, with 95 children attending daily. Classes consisted of doctrine, film strips, singing and crafts, concluding with a Mass each day prepared by the children. WEST MEMPillS Mrs. Larry Marconi, Proctor, was installed as chairman of the Infant of Prague Guild at a recent meeting of 38 women at St. Michael's Churcl',. Other officers installed were Mrs. Sharon Hunt, vice-chairman; Mrs. Murphy Smith, treasurer, and Mrs. Mike McCain, secretary. Mrs. Jim Ellis conducted the in- stallation. A dinner followed. Want-Ad Sect/on II RETIRED CRAFTSMAN -- Carpentry, cabinets, mantles, install locks and repair furniture. Joe Prause, St. Call 753-0514. ORGANIST-PIANIST -- weddings and receptions. 227-5105. Wins Lumen Christi Award The Catholic Church Extension Society's 1982 Lumen Christi Award went to Most Rev. Sidney M. Metzger who is shown, left, receiving the award, an illuminated sculpture of Jesus Christ. Bishop Met- zger, who retired from the Diocese of El Paso, Texas, in 1978, was honored for his dedicated support and service to labor and the working class people of his apostolate during the 36 years he headed the home mission diocese in Texas New Mexico. Also shown (left to ri are Very Rev. Edward J. President of Extension Society: Rev. Raymundo J. Pena, present of El Paso, and Most Rev. William Cousins, retired Archbishop Milwaukee and Vice-Chancellor Extension Society. Recent Deaths (Information for this column is prepared from data furnished by the families of their pastors or funeral directors.) WILLIAM O'BRIEN CORVIN, 69, of 1209 Vine, Jonesboro, died June 12 at his home. A native of Dayton, Tenn., be had lived in Jonesboro two years and was a retired employe of Mohawk Rubber Company, Helena, where he was supervisor. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Johanna Wewers Corvin; two sons, a brother, a sister and four grandchildren. Father George Turner and Deacon Dr. Victor Stepka con- ducted services June 14 at Emerson's Chapel on the Hill. Burial was in Holy Cross Cemetery. LOUIS MARTIN BARTSCH, 79, of 2410 Washington, North Little Rock, brother of Sisters Dominque Bartsch, Techny, Ill., and Frances Bartsch, Green Lea, Wyo., died June 14 in North Little Rock. The son of Louis and Catherine Margaret Bartsch, he was a former Kroger Company employe, head of KEMBA and Credit Union and a member of St. Patrick's parish. Retired in 1967, he was an honorary life member of Knights of Columbus Council 812, Little Rock. Surviving are a son, a daughter, four brothers, three other sisters, 12 grandchildren and 12 great- Novena Continued from Pg. 1 Andrew J. McDonald of Little Rock will offer the Mass on the final evening, July 16, Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. The Novena will be offered in gratitude for the coming of Mother Teresa of Calcutta to the diocese and the promise that her Sisters will staff Abba House, as well as for good vocations to the priesthood and religious life, that our country will have greater respect for life at all stages, for peace and that nuclear disaster will be averted, and for the needs and wants and personal intentions of all those taking part in the Novena. grandchildren. Father Francis I. Malone offered the Funeral Mass June 17 in St. Patrick's Church. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery. CATHERINE MARIE OSWALD, 17, 8205 Keats Drive, Little Rock, died June 15. She was a member of Our Lady of Good Counsel parish and a student at Mount Saint Mary's Academy. Sur- viving are her parents, :uneral )lrecl, n JERRY YOUNG DIRECTOR EL DORADO, ARK. 71730 Kenneth J. and Langham Oswald, sisters and a Funeral Mass June 17 by her Father Richard S. IOIIOF IT. NEED YOUR DEDICATED LIFE for the religious, tolloctuol, and guidance of young during their most years. Curious? Interested'? Brother Joel Stern Formation HouSe 312 Poplar Street Bellevue, KY 110 BALTZ FEED e Pocahontas, Ark. Fayetteville Shoppers' Guide ...with all the good things baked in Moore's Chapel BRENNAN-BOYD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INDUSTRIAL eCOMMERCIAL elNSTITUTIONAL 442-8374 Fayetteville, Arkansas 1751