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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN, JULY 5, 1974 Under Changed Apostolate Spa's Good Shepherd Sisters Teach Young Children (This is the sixth in a series of articles on communities of women Religious serving the Lord in the Diocese of Little Rock.) Hot Springs - One convent -- it's autonomous -- and one apostolate, the care and teaching of young children, and that sums up the mission of the Order of Our Lady of Charity of Refuge. For 66 years - Bishop John B. Morris invited the Good Shepherd Sisters from Ottawa, Canada, to make an establish- ment in Arkansas - the Sisters have operated Good Shepherd Home, a day-care center and elementary school, in Hot Springs. And it is a good one. All four units of the day-care center, beginning when the children are just a few weeks old through age four and pre-kindergarten, have full enrollments, Sister Mary Theresa, O.L.C.R., superiqr, said. She said the elementary school enrollment at St. Michael's School on Malvern Avenue now numbers about 90 students, including young boys through the fourth grade on a day-student basis only. All classes in the four-room school, dedicated in 1972, are taught by Sisters of Charity, but lay people do help in the day-care center, Sister Theresa said. The school is a boarding f / Mount Students Work as Volunteer Summer Tutors The accompanying scenes are from twice-weekly tutoring classes in mathematics, spelling and reading being conducted at the Little Rock Community Center on East Sixth Street by junior and senior students from Mount St. Mary Academy. Selected fourth graders from George Washington Carver Elementary School are the pupils. In the photo above, A.J. Haaga and Roy Little. "BUILDING PRODUCTS" MILITARY PLAZA CENTER, BENTON  YEARS AGO THB WEEK The Guardhn reported: 50 RUFF'S Little Rock -- Father Joseph W. Laura, one of Little Rock's six new priests, is the first FLAVORS TASTEE FREEZ former GI of World War II in the United States to become a school for girls but does take day students. Over the years the Good Shepherd Sisters have shifted their apostolate from one of caring for unwed mothers and as a home for wayward girls to a boarding school for neglected girls from broken homes and for girls whose discipline created problems at home. Being autonomous, the Good Shepherd Sisters do not have a motherhouse in Arkansas, only a convent. However, make no mistake, the order, which came to the United States in 1885 in Buffalo, N.Y., does have motherhouses throughout the country -- one in Wisconsin, two in Pennsylvania, two in New York, three in Texas, one in West Virginia, one in Ohio, one in Alberta, Canada, and several in Mexico. Sister Theresa said the convent requires a high school education for entrance. All enter the monastery at Hot Springs and the novitiate is about six years, after which the woman makes her final vows. Applications are accepted for unmarried women from age 18 up. The Order of Our Lady of Charity of Refuge was founded by St. John Eudes in Caen, France, on Nov. 25,1641. Memphis Nun Seeks Political Office Memphis, Tenn. (NC) -- Sister Mary Anne Guthrie wants to become a member of the U.S. House of Representatiees. The 47-year-old Dominican nun, who is director of the Memphis diocese's Department of Health and Welfare, will face four men in the Democratic primary race Aug. 1. In the Day Care Center Era] a'gi Sister Marietta, O.C.LR., is in the day care cgnter for twatYel year-aids at the Good Shepherd Home, aided by idl laywoman in taking care of the youngsters' needs. B co di d !tee Mr beautiful CHAPEti. spacious and quiet, ia the perfect place fohic fer Rosary Services. OCt the t c tss w ] fl ol aye] nel ead HEALEY ( ROTH ,go , FUNERAL DIRECTORS tle PHONE (501) 664-4433 ' 5800 WEST TWELFTH re ret LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 72204 aun, ,tio] As close to nature's beaqty as man- kind can create. Little Rock'slar- gest Chapel and Fa.mily Room... for Rosary Services. Ample Parking al Ider rna. SHAKES BENTON priest. 2204 West 10th St. I Phone 847-.355:1, From bombing missions over Little Rock , ro00an0000ricatot00ea ar ;: Christ is the saga of Captain Laura. United II MEDIc; L He received two --t tllg Distinguished Flying Crosses Rent-AIIs from the King and Queen of I I Pharmacy, inc, i [ j 00.o00in 00uc00in00am ace for heroic service in both the and I I Two Locations if, Royal and American Air II r  Forces. He also holds the Air Sales " - 5901 West 12=  Rth', Medal with Oak Leaf clusters. Father Laura returned last STANLEY J I [ -and-  |.Uc Special Occasion: "We rent most anything" I I week from his vacation with his five classmates who were or- HADWAR[ CO. 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