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PAGE 4 THE GUARDAIN, JULY 26, 1974 What's Happening Here and There Around the Diocese FORT SMITH Gregory Allen Hofriehter became the first child in Fort Smith to receive Baptism during a Sunday Mass when Rev. Mr. Ernest Hardesty, a deacon , administered the sacrament June 30 during the noon Mass celebrated by Father Jack Harris, associate pastor. Gregory, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hofriehter Jr., was welcomed by a banner reading "Welcome Gregory, Child of God." The banner was a baptismal gift of the god- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lensing. ENGELBERG Pat Lokey discussed nursing as a career and Rick Hamilton, a karate instructor, and some of his students demonstrated the techniques and exercises of karate during a recent meeting of the Northeastern Catholic Youth Organization deanery here. Marlyn Tare, deanery ad- visor, led a prayer to open the meeting. A Mass concluded the meeting. A supper and dance followed. Blytheville won the attendance banner• CAMDEN A special Mass at 6 P.M. today, July 26, will be celebrated by Father A.G. Dunleavy, pastor of St. Louis parish,to install new officers of the St. Louis Altar Society. Retiring officers are Mrs. Chris P. Schneider, president, and Mrs. Daniel L. Jones, vice president. LITTLE ROCK The Third Order of St. Francis will meet at 2 P.M. Sunday, July 28, at Good Counsel -Church, 13th and Jackson Sts. Visitors are welcome. Prayers for alcoholics will be offered in a continuous Rosary from 1 to 3 P.M. Saturday, Aug. 3, at the Cathedral of St. An- drew, following Holy Hour. All are invited to participate, ac- L Basilica's Dome Railed After Fall Vatican City (NC) -- A new guard rail has been installed around the top-most part of the dome of St. Peter's Basilica as a result of the tragic fall to death of a four-year-old girl from the dome on June 19. Maria Agustino fell from the cupola when she broke loose from her parents and tumbled through the iron railings that has protected literally millions of visitors on the narrow edge of the cupola for centuries. The new iron railing, a glaring rust-proof orange for one day, until it was painted over in a more subdued gray, closes the large gaps between the bars which made it possible for the child to slip through the grating and fall approximately 150 feet to her death. cording to Helen Jones. HOT SPRINGS A reception to welcome Father John Riddell as co- pastor of St. John's parish here was held July 7 in the parish hall following Sunday Mass. Serving were members of the Women's Circles and the Altar Society. NORTH LITTLE ROCK A Marriage encounter picnic will be held tomorrow, July 27, at Burns Park here in the Shelby Smith Pavilion, ac- cording to Jerry and Del Ex- man. The pavilion will open at 11 A.M. Games for all ages will be Arkansas Obituaries MRS. E.A. TANNEHILL Mena -- A Mass of Christian Burial was offered July 16 in St. Agnes Church here for Mrs. Elizabeth A. Tannehill, 63, a native of Nebraska who died July 13 in Mena where she had lived since 1949. The pastor, Father Thomas W. Keller, officiated. Mrs. Tannehill was employed as a nurse by Dr. John Woods and the Polk County Memorial Hospital. Her husband, H. W. Tannehill, died in 1969. She is survived by five sons, Joe and Mike Tannehill of Memphis, Bruce of West Helena, Ark., Darrel of Pen- sacola, Fla., and Roger Tan- nehill of Mena; three sisters, Sister Mary Patricia McGill and Sister Mary Agnese McGill, both of Rochester, Minn., and Mrs. Richard O'Brien of Chester, Pa., 11 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. EDWARD YUTTERMAN Fort Smith -- A Mass of Christian Burial for Edward Yutterman, 76, of Box 297, Arkoma, Okla., was offered in Immaculate Conception..Church here where he was a com- municant by Father Jack Harris, associate pastor, on July 15. Mr. Yutterman, born at Fort Smith Dec. 6, 1897, died at Fort Smith July 12. Survivors include three sisters, Mrs. Rose Smith, Mrs. Martha SloEs, and Mrs. Cecelia Shephard, all of Arkoma; a 1 Reme,ber?ro I brother, Louis Yutterman of . th Fort Smith, and several nieces and nephews. A Rosary, led by Msgr. William E. Galvin, V.F., pastor, was recited at the Fentress Mortuary the evening prior to the funeral. Pallbearers were Joe Stutz, Richard SloEs, Richard Smith, Bill Ewing, J.Mike Sharum, and John Sehaap. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery.. Pro-Life Mail Floods Congress Washington (NC) -- Congressmen have been receiving since July 4 an influx of mail in support of an anti- abortion amendment to the Constitution from about 1,200 pro-life groups now organizing in support of pro-life congressional candidates. Rep. Lawrence Hogan (D- Md.), sponsor of a proposed anti-abortion amendment to the Constitution, has received several hundred letters, an aide said. Along with the letters, the aide added, Hogan's office has also received "increased calls" from other House members inquiring about the progress of a discharge petition which would force the entire House to take action on Hogan's proposed amendment, now stalled in the House Judiciary Committee. 50 YEARS AGO - The Guardian reported: ,._ Jonesboro -- St. BerniCe d 1 Hospital was agreeably the prised with a generous gifhars hospital linen in the forrua special invalid, garments, ft'.tedl the Cathohc Ladies' Club e I Pocahontas. St. Pae d congregation at Pocahontas hen its organizations be sigh-'. ' t el numerous home activibth( remembered St. Bernaler Hospital quite substantially, y Hospital Day, May 12. e een 2.5 YEARS AGO rati( THIS WEEK :y i The Guardian reporte4 Ye Winslow . -- Cathie a: Daughters of the tht to Arkansas courts met at tsta Lady of the Ozarks Church  all Mount Gaylor last weekendllly the first retreat at the shr! at •  rat] The retreat, eonductea ' Father Joseph A. Costa, C.lal included 12 Daughters from ¢al Lady of Perpetual Help Co"ate Little Rock, six from St. Jo Arc Court, Fort Smith, and from Our Lady of Victory C Pine Bluff.. 'SEE ROME' Vatican City (NC) - Go and discover Rome, Pope F VI told throngs of pilgrims ! tourists in St. Peter's Squ! "Rome is not only history, only art, not only a type civilization; Rome is myster the Pope said. from 1 to 4 P.M. followed by an asked to bring food and drink. A Bl:heville, Arkansas Soybean Corp. outdoor Mass at 4 P.M. A $1 fee per family will be potluck picnic is planned after charged to defray the cost of the L Mass. Those attending are pavilion. H| J__r Roldon Distributing Co. I Liturgical Director I iii, i, , , 111 BlmWFJSF.CHELOS ,AntjcJpateSasCha?t,?egfe,sl !!irli D Washington (NC) -- The "P p " " "o t n s ]W. J. POLLAR I "need for the liturgical a sort of short-hand for priests movement or revitalization on and laymen who are engagbd in ] AGENCY I I COURIER  the'parishlevelhasjuststar- planning' devel°ping and 408 ted, according to Father Virgil executing liturgical celebrations Funk, newly appointed at the parish level. executive director of the ,,Father" Funk stressed that Iv: I "P'a00ned P,otecUo00( ] I NEWS  Liturgical Conference. beauty, art, quality are The diocesan priest from essential to a g oo, d liturgical I Phone 763-4553 II DI..4L,:II Ark. I Richm°nd'Va''saidhet°°kthe celebrati°n'Theresatensi°nin • • . job with the Liturgical Con- this area. A tension exists •ference because he sees a real between the desire to have the challenge in trying to help liturgy come out of the people ,a,]r,,evitiO, develop "a rich, sustaining and the need for the community liturgy" in parishes across the to be challeng,el to bemore i 2.OsNsTSTRIARRLI1R€0OYMD uATizNi I Blytlhevl'll /M'k" I  country, than what it is. He questioned the idea that He said that pastoral prac- the folk Mass is the primary titioners have often "con- model for a good liturgy today, sciously or unconsciously" He stressed that a team of good employed a single model for tel IDOWNTOWN SERVICE STATIONI "pastoral practitioners" is what makes a good liturgy, the necessary for liturgical folk Mass. I /If'Ml t'l/  Kelly Springfield I development in a parish. Andhe "I think there's a number of _ argued that a grassroots pastoral people in the United ,, ,.J_"£: "o  TIRES I development in ritual and States who, after they re done I"K UU ILK,,/ Deice BATTERIESl symbolism is essential to doing their,best, have this recapturing the richness of the twinge that it s not working," he w I I at 2nd St., Blytheville, Phone 762-2611 liturgy, said. "You just can't _sing 'Here |Ash  |, | The Liturgical Conference, he we are all together for six said, exists to serve "as a focus weeks straight and think that's or forum of exchange among sustaining Christian faith. pastoral practitioners" who are As a pastor over a four-year THE FARMER'S trying to resolve current period I started getting this problems and help the twinge: Would this celebration ,,BANKThe Oldest Bank €ff00 TRi00 M=0000p00UST C Ooco.t00,, II American Church grow and sustain and nourish this , develop in its liturgy, congregation over a long period il:b h THE BEST IN BTKING SERVICE I  il • Tractors • Combines "implements PHONE 763-8137 Blytheville, Ark. Hwy 61 North I BLYTHEVILLE WATER CO. Citizens Funeral Home, Inc. 201 Pine Street West Memphis, Ark. Phone 735-I000 ? I Give the Guardian to A Friend Subscriptions: $5 P.O. 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