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PAGE 4 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC AUGUST By Judy Hoelzeman Greg Rieger, son of Walter and Marilyn Rieger of Immaculate Con- ception in North Little Rock, was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout at a recent ceremony held in the church. The award was presented by Duke Monroe, Scoutmaster for Troop 427, Greo Rleger which is spon- sored by the parish. For his Eagle Scout project, Rieger assembled volunteers to help him clear heavy vines at Toltec Mounds State Park. Rieger completed his junior year at Catholic High School. He and his family will move to Kansas City this summer. "Christmas in July" was celebrated at St. Michael parish in Cherokee Village and many shoppers came out to grab up the bargains. The booth was part of a parish Ice Cream Social celebration, which also included a "trash and trea- sure" booth and a car wash conducted by the CYO. S * * S 1876 Affordable Capable Quality Personal Service We ate eager to serve families looking for P E II I iI II The Anthony Lachowsky General Assembly #1703 of the Knights of Co- lumbus met recently at St. Boniface church in New Dixie. Walter Townes, of St. Boniface, was installed as the new Faithful Navigator. A dinner at the parish hall preceded the installation ceremony, which was conducted by Worthy Master Herman Dahlem and Marshall Bill Wright, both of Fort Smith. Chuck Mayhew, 13, was one of 14 boys and girls from the U.S. and five foreign countries to be named named an "inter- national cham- pion" after com- peting in the an- nual Knights of Columbus inter- national free- throw competi- tion. Mayhew, who made 25 Chuck Mayhew free throws out of 25 attempts, won on Council, district and state levels. More than 400 young people from 15 Arkansas K of C councils participated. Mayhew com- pleted the eighth grade at St. Theresa's school and will be a freshman at Catholic High School in the fall. He is the son of Charles and Theresa Mayhew of St. Theresa parish in Little Rock. Immaculate Conception in North Little Rock sponsors a Babysitting Coop for mothers of the parish. The 30 members of the coop earn credit hours by babysitting for each other's children, then use the credit when they call on another member to babysit their own children. Each time a woman babysits, she reports the hours to a timekeeper, who keeps strict tabs on the number of hours donated and the number of hours used by each member. The group meets once a month and officers are re-elected every six months. $2 yearly dues pay for a family Christmas party, an Easter egg hunt and a picnic in the summer. For more information, call Fran Davidson at 835-6938. She is the newly elected president of the group. , ~ ~t Fr. Jerry Dorn, GHM, pastor of Holy Cross church in Crossett, along with a group of nine Catholics from southeast Arkansas, recently spent five days on the campus of Notre Dame University in South Bend, IN. The group partici- pated in seminars on discernment, ministry to youth, feminist spirituality, St. John of the Cross and other topics, all a part of Retreats International, a summer institute offering programs of varying lengths on a wide variety of topics. The group also toured the Glenmary Home" Missioners headquar- ters in Cincinnati, OH. Those attend- ing from Holy Cross were Eleanor conducted by Rev. John Delclos timore, MD. The event will Monday, Sep. 3 at 6 PM with s[ luck dinner in the parish hall. through Friday, the mission beginS Mass at 7 p.m. Fr. Delclos will each evening at 8 PM. The the mission is "Come, Make a Noise Unto the LordI" and topics will include prayer, giftedness, heating and faith. onciliation service with private confession will be held evening, i Immaculate Heart of Mary ners invite all to join them of renewal. For more int the parish at 851-2763 or 851:1430. S S S t Srs. Nishke and ProvoSt Sr; Sylvia Provost, SSND, Fingertip Facts Fortune Game fro.nt of her telephone book, and it in to the telephone she does every year. Her paid off this year when her drawn to win a week-long Madrid, Spain, the second prize contest. The free trip includes quali /10dgingandservieewia aChnstian .:: : , .'.:%, Henley, Lewie Herren, Beverly Richards trip air fare and hotel atmosphere. Large heatedpool, dacuzzi, and Priscilla Walling. Also attending for two people, plus Cable TV, David's Place Restaurant were Sr. Teresa Duly, DC, of Holy Spirit some meals. provides excellent meals for breakfast MAUS Church in Hamburg, Don Stephan of and dinner. Give us the opportunity to Provost is pastoral associate make your next trip to the Ozarks special. IMPLEMENT CO. st. Mark in Monticello, Peggy GriderAugustine, North Little Rock. : 1876 Inn and Jane Hammons of St. Luke'in the school year, she also dire( 1120 West Broadway Warren and Kathy Screen of Baton Leaming Club, an after school! (501) 253-7183 Morrilton, AR 72110 Rouge, LA. ing service for disadvantaged chi! Call toll-free for reservatlonl She and Sr. Carol Nishke, SSNI] .~ 1"8OO-6~-3890 Immaculate Heart of Mary in Marche of St. Augustine, will leave for Sp will sponsor a parish mission Sep. 5-7 Sept. 4. il We salute Cathol Schoo Morrilton Packing II 'They Begin Their 152nd I Company, Inc. G r e e r s | "Pork Packers...D rect Fro ' Home of fine cloth!,ng for men and women II The First National 11 Bank of Conway 354-3186 II county Morrllton . II 119 1"I. 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