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'O 22--THE GUARDIAN AUGUST 10, 1962 Application for Men's Retreats (AT ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY) Aug. 24-26 APPLICANT PARISH_. " STREET CITY. Please fill out and mail to Laymen's Retreat League, St. John's Seminary, Little Rock, Ark. Application for Women's Retreats (AT ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY) 1 Aug. 17-19 (AT ST. JOSEPH'S INFIRMARY) (Hot Springs) August 24.26 (AT ST. SCHOLASTICA CONVENT) (Fort Smith) August 24-26 APPLICANT PARISH STREET CITY___ Age Group: Under 30 (), Over 30 (), Over 50 ( ) Please fill out and mail to Laymen's Retreat League, _ St. John's Seminary, Little Rock, Ark. Telephone POplar 2-2350 SUPERIOR Termite Control Co. General Exterminating Blytheville 535 North Sixth Street Arkansas HUBBARD & HOKE Furniture & Appliances, Inc. BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS "NONE BETTER" BAR NUNN SAUSAGE PRODUCTS NUNN PROVISION COMPANY B!ytheville Arkansas HART SCHAFFNER and MARX CLOTHES MEAD'S BLYTIIEVILLE FLORSHEIM SHOES STETSON HATS City Electric Company CONTRACTORS Electrical, Heating, Air Conditioning Telephone POplar 3-8181 109 South Fifth Street Blytheville, Arkansas ANDY'S DOWNTOWN SERVICE STATION LUBRICATION . TIRES - ACCESSORIES PHONE PO 2-2611 2nd & Ash St. Blytheville, Ark. ANDY MOSES, Owner Manufacturer of FASCO Chem-plcx Liquid Fertilizer Farmers Soybean Corporation "The Home Of Sudden Service" Blytheville Arkansas THE FARMER'S BANK & TRUST CO. Blytheville, Ark. "The Oldest Bank in Mississippi County" MEMBER Federal Reserve System Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 31/2% PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Architect's Sketch of New Jonesboro Parish School Bishop to Bless Jonesboro Jonesboro  Ifis Excellency Bishop Albert L. Fletcher will bless the beautiful new Blessed Sacrament School here next St. Scholastica's Announces Plans For Registrations Fort Smith -- Registration dates for the fall term at St. Scholastica Academy here will be Aug. 27-28 for day students and Sept. 3 for all boarders. Senior and junior day stu- dents will register Monday, Aug. 27, from 8:30-10:30 A.M.; sophomores from 10:30 A.M., noon. Freshmen day students will register Tuesday, Aug. 28, from 8:30 A.M.-noon. All boarders will register Monday; 'Sept. 3 from 8:30 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Registration for private art les- sons will begin Monday, Sept. 10. The school yea]" will begin Tuesday, Sept. 4, at 8:30 A.M. with. a general assembly in the school auditorium. Half-b our classes for tim upper-classmen will folh]w. A ,special orienta- tion program will bc conducted for the freshmen, l)ismissal on the first day will be at noon. lmncheon will not be served clay students on this day. Regu- lar cafeteria service will begin Sept. 5. Courses in music apprecia- tion to replace group singing will be offered all fresh|nen. As] art survey com'se for interested students also will be offered. Spanish 1 and li, as well as French I, are on tile schedule. Other academic courses include senior mathematics, two years of honm|naking, two years o1' business education, speech and dramatics. Arrangements for private piano and voice lessons can be made with the Music Department. Yearly school pub- lica'tions will again include the school paper, The Scholastican, which is published every six weeks, and the yearbook, The Dove. New on the faculty this year will be Sister Josclla. She re- ceived her Bachelor of Arts de- gree from Mount St. Scholas- tica's College, Atchison, Kansas, and is presently pro'suing high- er studies in education at St. Mary's, Xavier, Kansas. Sister will teach classes in religion, English, and civics. Many faculty members at- tended summer sessions at various institutions for higher education. Sister Valeria and Sister Mary Luke were enrolled at the University of Arkansas; Sister Charles Marie at St. Catherine's in St. Paul, Minn.; Sister Cordelia at St..Benedict's in St. Joseph, Minn.; Sister Scholastica at Notre Dame Uni- versity; Sister Maxine and Sis- ter Cabrini at Marquette Uni- versity, Milwaukee; Sister Ro- sarita at Webster Groves, St. Louis; and Sister Ancilla at Mount St. Scholastica's Atchi- SOll Kansas. Several Sisters participated in summer workshops. Sister Germaine attended the Health Workshop on Petit ,Jean Moun- tain; Sister Anne Michele par- ticipated in the Methods Con- fercnce for Business Teachers at Oklahoma State University at Stillwater; and Sister Cabri- ni attended a Conference on English composition in the high school at Marquette Uni- versity. Sister Stella will attend the "lAving Textbook" Confe|'- ence at Oklahoma University, Norman, Okla., Aug. 21-23. For the past 28 years St. Sunday, August 12, at 4 P.M. The Master of Ceremonies will be the Little Rock diocesan chancellor, Tile Right Rev. Msgr. Joseph A. Murray. The pastor, The Very Rcv. Msgr. M. F. Donovan, has is- sued an invitation to all parish- toners and friends to be on hand for the rites. Scholastica Academy has main- tained a Class A rating from the North Central Association, the highest accrediting agency in the country. The academy has received the same high approv- al from the State Department of Education. The Benedictine Sisters of Fort Smith conduct this academy for girls. Improvements in the i)hysical plant include an enlargement of the chemistry laboratory equipment. Twenty-four stu- dents can now be accommodat- ed in a lab session; 16 was the maximum last year. The Home- School Association has contri- buted a large stun for the pur- chase of an overhead projector, an opaque projector, and a movie projector. Officers of the Association for the new term arc Wayne Shelby, presidc||t; Mrs. Bill Avh)s, vice-president; Sister Anne Miehcle, secretary; and Sister Rosarita, treasurer. First meeting will be held in October. Carat)us organizations are lhe Sodality, which fosters t h e development of a full Catholic life with special emphasis on devotion to Our Lady; tile Catholic Studenls Mission Cru- sade, which encourages stu- dents to be mission-minded and to offer prayer, study, and sac- rifice for the unity of all Chris- t.ians; and the Young Christian Students, whose purpose it is to develop and train h,aders among the laity. The Roswith. ans, is the name of the dramatics club, and Tramoor is tile club title of the art students. St. Scholastica's students al- so will continue work with the correspondence course of the Confraternity of Christian Dot,- trine. By this apostolic work they hell) bring Christ's teach- ings to Catholics in the diocese not able to get religious in- structions in any other way. Blytheville Ground for the n( building was brokcn Fletcher last August edifice will be used time when the Fall next month. The school, desigr Little Rock ar, of Weaver & Hiegel, classrooms, a an office and a classrooms arC on floor, two on the A covered play two of the rooms is designed enclosure to provide tional classrooms. has a steel frame walls. It contains feet of floor space. The Olivetan ters of Holy Angels' Jonesboro, staff tle school. Allocations U Munich, (E)- ernment allocations building increased million in 1958 to eve lion this year, report published here, B Main at Divi! Phone PO BI) THE BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS Being Read and Enjoyed by More Than 8,700 Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri Families. " Play it smart-serve fiOlttED UNDtR AUIHORIIY OF THE COCA COLA COMPANY BY THE BLYTHEVILLE COCA-COLA COMPANY