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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 10, 1982 FORT SMITH OFFICE SUPPLY "Your One Stop Office Products Shopping Center" 812 Garrison 782-0311 -00--FAMILY LIVING 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Bedroom Apartments, 20 Acre Tract, 4 Acre Playground. RATES - $145 per month and up ALLIED GARDENS ESTATE 5221 Johnson Phone 782-3611 Ft. Smith St. Patrick's Men's Club CATFISH SUPPER Friday, Sept. 17 4:30-7:30 p.m. PARISH CENTER 211 West 19th Street, N.L.R. Nun to Make Promises Fort Smith -- Sister Delores Vincent Bauer of St. Scholastica Convent will make her First Promises at a 7 P.M. Eucharist offered by His Excellency Bishop Andrew J. McDonald of Little Rock Wednesday, Sept. 15, in the convent chapel. Homilist for the occasion will be Father David Flusche, O.S.B., of Subiaco. Father Joseph E. Milan, chaplain, will be master of ceremonies. In the presence of Sister Mary Hawkins, prioress, and the community, she will make vows of Obedience, Stability, Conversion of Life, Poverty and Celibacy, committing TICKETS AT THE DOORe CARRYOUT ORDERS AVAILABLE 758-1534 Adults $4.25 " Children under 12 $2.00 CHOOSE A FACILITY CLOSE TO HOME There is something comforting and reassuring about a quality nursing facility close to home. We operate nursing centers all over Arkansas providing the best professional care available anywhere. Our homes are licensed and approved by the Arkansas Social Services Division Office of Long Term Care, and best of all, cost no more than other nursing homes. To learn more about our facilities in your area please give us a call. Our (toll-free) number is 1-800-542-1041. herself to the Benedictine way of life in this particular community. Invested as a novice a year ago, Sister Delores Vincent has spent the year required by canon law at the motherhouse under the direction of Sister Rosalie Ruesewald discerning her vocation as a Benedictine in the Fort Smith community. In her letter to the community requesting permission to make her profession of vows, Sister wrote, "I see living the vows fully as an on-going, life-long process. I see this com- munity as a group of imperfect human beings, who, through the vows, try to recognize and appreciate the talents, gifts, limitations and uniqueness of each other. "It is a group of women struggling to live in harmony, working, praying and playing together for the good of the whole community as we strive to reach our ultimate goal, the joy of seeing our Father face to face for eternity." Her formal request was approved almost unanimously by the community at the annual Chapter this summer. She will continue to live at the motherhouse, where she will share in community life while receiving further instruction in theology, Scripture and the Rule. Daughter of Vincent and Mary Bauer of Spalding, Neb., Sister Delores Vincent was born Aug. 8, 1946. She has one brother, Jerry, and one sister, Carolyn. A second sister died in 1971. She has a bachelor's degree in elementary Raaches? Ilnts? TERMITES? ' ARAB PEST CONTROL SISTER DELORES Bauer, shown here vested as a novice a year Sister Mary Hawkins, will make her First St. Scholastica Convent nesday, Sept. 15, during a 7 Eucharist. education and social sciences State College, Neb. Her acquaintance with the Benedictines began in the when she worked in the summer children at St. Joseph's Home Rock. She entered the community ia The Want-Ad FOR SALE: A.B. Dick machine, $150.00. Call 666-7072 P.M. ORGANIST-PIANIST -- receptions. 227-5105. 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That's right - wrong time on education. That was the worst record of any member from ArkansaS' 3. The National Farmers Union, a farm organization that has been watchit Congress since 1919, said J.P. Hammerschmidt voted against farmers on of the important farm votes in 1981. In fact, 23 Congressmen from New better voting records than Hammerschmidt. 4. The Consumer Federation of America said Hammerschmidt voted against tPe interests of American consumers on 93% of the important issues in 1981. Ags ip' he had the worst record in Arkansas. 5. The League of Conservation Voters said J.P. Hammerschmidt voted wrong every crucial vote concerning energy and the environment in 1981. That's ri, zero score on energy and environmental legislation. And once again, worst record of any member from Arkansas. 6. Congressional Quarterly, the non-partisan organization that follows Congre ional action weekly, said that, among the,Arkansas delegation in 1981, Hammerschmidt had the highest record of support for the radical theories which have given us 10.8 million people unemployed, a $180 budget deficit, record high interest rates, and a record number of failures.