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PAGE 6 THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 12, 1969 What's Happeninq Around the Diocese (This Guardian feature is designed to serve all the Catholic organiza- tions in the Diocese of Little Rock. The deadline for stories to be in- cluded is 8:30 A.M. of the Friday prior to the week of publication). LITTLE ROCK Members of the Third OrderSe- cular of Our Lady of Mount Car- mel will convene this Sunday, September 14, at 3 P.M. in the Carmelite Nuns' Monastery, 7201 West 32nd Street. Renewal of vows will be made at this meeting. Visitors will be welcome. HOT SPRINGS Pope Paul's recent discourses on the great need for personal prayer were presented by The Rev. Msgr. James P. Gaffney, V.F., at the September meeting of St. Mary's Council of Catholic Women. He quoted the pon- tiff's comments on the spirit of the times which has put pray- er out of public life and private habit. Miss Ruth Kileen, president, had charge of the business session during which plans were made for the farewell party to be given for The Rev. James R. Sa- vary, assistant pastor, who has been transferred to Our Lady of the Holy Souls parish, Little Rock, as assistant to the Rev. Msgr. Francis A. Allen, V.F. Committees were also appointed to assist in the parish census, an initial move in the survey of the parish undertaken by the parish council. Two members are seat- ed at the entrances to the church at all Sunday Masses during September to obtain names and addresses of parishioners. They are assisted by St. Mary's Council of Men. Following the business meet- ing, refreshments were served by the hostesses, Miss Kileen and Miss Anne Beagney. NORTH LITTLE ROCK Mrs. Carl Wilson has been ap- pointed chairman for the month of September of St. Patrick's Altar Society. 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She attended high school at St. Scholastica Academy here, graduating in 1967. After high school she worked at Sparks Memorial Hospital. She entered the Prac- tical Nurses' training program sponsored by Sparks and com- pleted the training in May. She will continue to work at Sparks. Miss Dalton is a communicant of Immaculate Conception parish. at 3 P.M. this Sunday, September 14, in the parish hall. Assisting Mrs. Wilson will be Mrs. Craig Barnett, Mrs. Lyle Croft, Mr. O. M. Blaekford, Miss Albena Brewczynski, Mrs. A. J. Chudy, Miss AngelaKaczka, Mrs. John Dunnaway, Mrs. Al- bert Hamling, Mrs. George Sie- benmorgen, Mrs. W. T. Whitten, Mrs. Carl Fassler, Mrs. Mary Gisler, Mrs. Thelma Rltter and Mrs. Lawrence Ehemann. LITTLE ROCK Members of The 21 Club have planned an evening party at the Rock House at Our Lady of the Holy Souls parish for 7 P.M. tomorrow evening, Saturday, September 13. At 1 P.M. members will meet to work at the Rock House. SPRINGDALE The Rev. Francis J. Janesko, former pastor of St. Raphael's parish here, was guest of honor at a meeting of the Altar Society September 3. Father Janesko thanked the women of the parish for their coop- eration during his four years as their pastor. He left September 9 to become pastor of St. Vin- cent de Paul parish in Rogers. Plans were made at the meet- ing to sell Christmas cards this year as an Altar Society project. A special meeting was announced for Tuesday, September 16, at 7:30 P.M. in the home of Mrs. Robert Lukas to make children's jackets for a mission in Mexico. A special tribute was paid to Met Sanders, a charter member of the society, who died recently. Hostesses for the meeting in parish hall were Mrs. Gordon Boles and Mrs. Glenn Springston. NORTH LITTLE ROCK Mrs. H. W. Engster, president of St. Patrick's Altar Society, has announced the following com- mittee chairmen to serve through- out the coming year. They are Mrs. Julian Oswald, Church Com- munities Commission; Mrs. W.E. Culp, Organization ServicesCom_ mission; Mrs. John Dunaway, Family Affairs Commission; Mrs. J. J. Kennedy, Community Affairs Elaine O'Donnell, Bishop Gra retary, Weds Francis Little Rock -- Miss Elaine O'Donnell, secretary to His Ex- cellency Auxiliary Bishop Law- rence P. Graves, became the bride of Francis A. Gerard, Jr., of Little Rock August 30 at a Nuptial Mass in the chapel of St. John's Catholic Center here. Bishop Graves officiated at the marriage ceremony and was the principal celebrant of the Mass. Concelebrating was The Rev. Robert A. O'Donnell, C.S.P., pres- ident of St. Paul's College, Wash- ington, D. C., an uncle of the bride. In the sanctuary was His Ex- cellency Bishop Albert L. Flet- cher, who presided at the Mass, and several priests. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William W. O'Donnell of Holy Souls parish, was given in marriage by her father, the managing editor of The Guardian. The bridegroom is a son of Booklet Available On Challenging Films Washington (NC) -- A booklet, "Films To Challenge You," has been issued here by the National Newman Apostolate as an aid to meeting such current problems as drug addiction, war, hunger, racism and youth. The booklet evaluates 101 films and is a revision of a previous work, "Movies -- Titles and Sour- ces." The 36-page booklet may be purchased from the National Newman Apostolate, 1312 Massa- chusetts Avenue, N.W., Washing- ton, D.C., 20005, priced at $1 for a single copy, and 80 cents each in bulk orders of 10 or more. Mr. and Mrs. of St. Edward's parish, The maid of honor Eleanor Ann O'Donnel Rock. Bridesmaids Donald Terrell of Miss., and Mrs. Jr., of FayetteviIle, are sisters of the Howard Hardin the honorary best Gerard, a brother groom. Groomsmen Gilbert Caver, a bridegroom, and Gilbert Gerard, a the bridegroom, was Earl Kelone and John O'Donnell bride, were ushers. At the conclusion of Father O'Donnell newlyweds with an tolic blessing from t{IS Pope Paul VI. A reception was Fletcher Hall lounge nuptials. After a wedding Ozarks, Mr. and will reside at 18 Little Rock. Mr. Gerard First National Bank. Commission; Miss Mary Ann Chudy, International Affairs Com- mission; Mrs. Margaret Isaacs, program; Mrs. Ruby Wood, sun- shine; and Mrs. Mary Gisler, Catholic charities. Officers who will serve with Mrs. Engster are Mrs. Nell Narey, first vice president; Mrs. J.J. Barthel, second vice president; Mrs. Joe Brewczynski, secre- tary; and Mrs. G. F. Wankum, treasurer. ents Wyatt-Mq George C. 2121 WRIGHT LITT t /l00ansa$' 51amp Is