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THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 10, 1982 PAGE 5 Lynch aln Father Ralph Lynch, O.S.B., of bleinrad Archabbey, St. Meinrad, Ind., been chaplain of Holy Angels Mary John Seyler, O.S:B., prioress, Ralph was ordained in 1946 at St. Archabbey and has taught in St. Seminary in the high school and divisions in social studies, economics, science and religion since 1947. He Served as secretary to Archabbot ', O.S.B., from 1947-1955. y of the St. Meinrad Alumni from 1948 to 1966 and was director St. Meinrad College CCD Program He spent 1967-1970 as retreat Oceanside, Calif. Ralph received his M.A. degree in at Notre Dame University in 1954. Presently will be teaching classes to the and to the novitiate at Holy Angels as chaplain. MIKE VAN VRANKEN 4q42 W Markham L*Itle Rock AR 6662803 Father Ralph Lynch, O.S.B. Catholic Team State Champs Little Rock -- Christ The King men's soft- ball team, sponsored by the Men's Club, won the Amateur Softball Association of America (ASA) Arkansas State Tournament recently in Texarkana. Christ The King was the only team which went undefeated in the three-day, 30-team tournament. Players who participated in the tournament were John Balducci, Conrad Battreal, Jimmy Battreal (bat boy), Bob Benning, David Binz, Phil Binz, Tim Daley, Ed Frost, David Hall, Hank Hooper, Jim Lareau, Dean Martin, Gone Schumacher and Tom Shook. HOWARD HARDIN LARRY WILSON WHEN YOU'RE INSURED "Since 1958" & WILSON, INC. 1501 N. Pierce- Hillside Bldg. Phone 664-0204 Gray Granite on 4ft. Base SO 0 Installed On Your Cemetery Lot- 0CKER NOIlUNEIIT C0. 3018 Oak Lane Across From Cloverleaf Plaza Van Buren R.W. OCKER, OWNER MARKERS FROM $50.00 INSTALLED Diocese Receives $20,000 Chicago -- The Catholic Church Extension Society has approved a grant of $20,000 to the Diocese of Little Rock to assist a parish building project, according to the Very Rev. Edward J. Slattery, president of the 77-year- old Papal-chartered society. The grant was made at the request of His Excellency Bishop Andrew J. McDonald to help St. Norbert's parish in Marked Tree, Ark., with the construction of a chapel and multi-purpose building for religious education and other parish programs. -Construction of chapels and catechetical centers is a keystone of Extension's funding to the home missions. So far, more than 8,000 chapels and multi-purpose buildings have been built with the aid of Extension donors. The Extension Society has been working since 1905 to support the neediest home missions across the United States and U.S. protectorates. In the past five years alone, Extension met needs totalling more than $25- million for the construction of chapels and catecbetical centers, support of religious education programs, subsidies of priests and religious, seminarian education and emergency relief. Con way Nun Dies at 90 St. Louis, Mo. -- Sister Ida Thessing, a native of Conway, Ark., and a long-time elementary school teacher in Illinois and Missouri, died of infirmities Aug. 23 at Viila Gesu Home, her 90th birthday. A member of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, Sister Ida was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Theo Thessing, Sr., and made her profession of vows in August, 1912. She had celebrated her silver, golden, diamond and gold and ruby jubilees of taking her vows. A former elementary school teacher in Alton, Effingham, Ill., Valley Park, Hannibal and St. Charles, she most recently taught at St. Peter's Elementary School in St. Charles from 1952 to 1969. She was a seamstress for the School Sisters of Notre Dame between 1931 and 1949. Surviving are two sisters, Gertrude Finkbeiner and Nettle, and a brother, Joseph, all of Conway. A concelebrated Funeral Mass was held Aug. 25 at Villa Gesu Home, North St. Louis County. Burial was in the Villa Gesu Cemetery. Pallbearers were nephews of Sister Ida -- Theo J. Hiegel, Paul Finkbeiner, Jr., Raymond and Gus Enderlin, all of Conway, and Robert Retaken, St. Louis. DeSalvo Pharmacy Richard DeSalvo, R. Ph. Lowell Southerland, R. Ph. Jim Riedmueller, R. Ph. Highway 64 East Morrilton, Ark. I Home of Fine Clothing for Men and Women } Henry Rohlman, Jr. Phone 3__ __ _ 54--31_87_ M orri/ton, Ark-- 3 Mordlton Security Bank "The .Friendly Bank"  Alomlt, Arkansas MAUS IMPLEMENT COMPANY John Sales Deere & Service Phone 354-3527 Morrilton, Ark. I ALLISON FORD COMPANY, INC. MORRILTON. ARKANSAS L.R. PHONE 375-1477 LOCAL PHONE 3544541 Here tomorrow to service what we sell today. Gerald Laux, Mary D. Laux, Herb Laux, Jim Loyd MORRILTON -- CONWAY OTTO LIENHART INC. WHOLESALER 204 WEST RAILROAD AVE., P.O. Box 110 MORRILTON, ARK. 72110 WHOLESALER: BUDWEISER, MICHELOB, BUSCH BAVARIAN, MICELOB LIGHT, NATURAL LIGHT Friends, Singles Slate Activities * HORACE CROFOOT -PHOTOGRAPHY PORTR,LIT - COMMERCI.',I -  EDDING 11: N. Mooe Phone :54-40 6th ANNUAL BENEFIT DANCE (For Retarded Citizens) Sponsored By KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL 6253 k North Lmttle Rock Kmghts" Of Columbus Hall '* 6253 Camp Robinson Road /ii) Saturday, September 18 Music By Danny and the Polka Dots, Wide Road, and Steve/)russ & the K/ngsmen ;1 .oo nation Bring Your Own Refreshments 8:00 til 1:00 Little Rock -- The Friends and Single Club, a group of unmarried Christians over the age of 21, will hold a dinner at Fu Ji's Japanese Restaurant, 5024 Club Road, on Saturday, Sept. 11. A meeting is scheduled at 6:30 P.M. Sun- day, Sept. 12, at Our Lady of the Holy Souls Church, Tyler and 'T" Streets, to make plans for October. On Saturday, Sept. 18, there will be a Razorback Listening Party, starting at 7 P.M. at Mark Billedeau's house, 4019 Pine Cone Drive, in southwest Little Rock. A trip to Mud Island in Memphis is scheduled Saturday, Sept. 25, starting at 8 A.M. from the Forest Place Apartments, 1400 North University. Final event of the month is a 6:30 P.M. meeting Sunday, Sept 26, at Holy Souls.  HELP PREVENT FOREST FIRES e%c, IN THE SOUTH M0rriltan Plumbing & Heating go. New Work - Remodeling -  j --__. Repair HIGHWAY 64 EAST. 354-2052. MORRILTON HERB KORDSMEIER, PRESIDENT The First State Bank LITTLE BY LITTLE ADDS UP TO A LOT! Save systematically in an account here. Member F.D.I.C. MORRILTON, ARK.