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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN. SEPTEMBER 20, !974 What's Happening Here and There Around the Diocese LITTLE ROCK Father Joseph Correnti, associate pastor of Holy Souls parish, will conduct the monthly Day of Recollection for women of Greater Little Rock next Wednesday, Sept. 25, at the Carmelite Monastery, 7201 West 32rid Street. Confessions will be heard at 9:30 A.M. Mass will be devotion is available from Mrs. George Runshang at 663-7274. MALVERN The Jerry Brown family, oldest members of St. John's parish here, will gather most of the material for a history of the parish, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. Members of the St. John's at 10, and conferences will Altar Society decided to have a follow. Sack lunches will be celebration in commemoration carried. Information about the of the church's silver an- niversary before the end of the year. The committee selected to head the celebration includes Marcelle Buckholz, Pat Speers, Jerry Brown, Etta Battreal and Jane Boers. During the meeting, Mary Sampson was named chairman for an Altar Society rummage sale and Mrs. Boers was elected society reporter. Father Lewis D. Cooper, pastor, read letters from Bishop Andrew J. Mc- Donald and Pope Paul VI membership chairman. State Deputy Odell Yocum of Morrilton presented the engraved trophy to past Grand Knight Clem Kordsmeier who accepted on behalf of the council. Yocum said Conway council also won the COlumbian award, Founders' award and the coveted Star Council award. The three trophies will be presented later. HARDY concerning the forthcoming The annual St. Michael's Holy Year. parish picnic will be held this SLOVAC Sunday, Sept. 22, at 2 P.M. in Pam Melkovitz, 13-year-old the church basement. A pot- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clar- luck dinner will be served by the ence Melko- Altar Society and the Men's ritz of Slovac, Club will furnish drinks and won thetitleof direct games for adults and W,.,4I "Miss Fluffy children. :0NBMSroI!,Bc!!: -•=-' Rice" of The Altar Society and the -:i Prairie Men's Club met Sept. 3. The mi ....  County re- women heard a report on a Hi cently in a fund-raising booth they cooking operated over the Labor Day 2710 01iv Bluff, Ark. competition with four other weekend at a Flea Market in the girls. Arkansas Shopping Center, and An eighth grade student at they decided to sponsor other 7t'S SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE 205 Main St. Pine Bluff, Ark. .I.E. BOYCE AGENCY INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE * Walter Cook * Lin Nixon Weaver Loyd * Budd Lybrand , Phone 534-7041 O 612 W. 6th A, ve. Pine ,Bluff, Ark. -, ] I JOHNNY TURCHI GROCERY 1217 Ohio Street • Pine Bluff, Ark. I PHONE 534.2081 • ! • JOE TURCHI tlQUOR • i01 Solith Michi|ali " Piiie Bluff, Ark. Phone 535.5745 I I [ Acme:l)anPost.Nocono.Texas Boots H&lts. J ] DAVE LOPO'S I / 5HOE REPAIR & SHOE CENTER I | 409 State St. • Pine Bluff, Arkansas J FAILLA JANITOR & HOUSECLEANING SERVICE ALSO PARKING LOT CLEANING 130g  MII Ple. Bluit, Ark. 71601 Phone 534-8236 ii i i 1 YOUNG'S LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS 917 Main Stree Pine Bluff, Arkansas J_ ,,,,. so. FUNERAL DIRECTORS CHERRY ST, ATTH AVE. / PHONE 534-3131 Hazen High School and a communicant of SS. Cyril & Methodius Church, Pam received $75 in cash from the Prairie County Farm Bureau and the right to compete Nov. 18 in Little Rock in the State "Miss Fluffy Rice" cookoff. Her winning recipe was Shrimp and Rice Creole, copies of which are available from her at Route 2, Hazen, Ark. 72064. All correspondence will go into Pain's scrapbook for judging Nov. 19. Pam is active in 4-H and has won many awards for project work. McGEHEE Hauser Studios of Winona, Minn., is starting work on stained glass windows to be installed in St. Mary's Church here, according to Father Robert Dagwell, pastor. The windows have been given as memorials by families of the parish. During the summer, Knights of the Altar from St. Mary's and Holy Child parish at Dumas enjoyed hiking, swimming, boating, fishing and camping at Shady Lake near Athens, Ark. On their return, the group, accompanied by their pastor, visited Animal Wonderland near Hot Springs. CYO members from St. Mary's and the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary parish at Dermott attended the Passion Play at Eureka Springs. While there, they camped on Beaver Lake and visited Dinosaur Park. They were accompanied by their moderator, Miss Ann Chance, and the pastor. CYO members of Holy Child parish helped sponsor a concert of bands at "The Picture Show" in Dumas with proceeds going toward the "Big Bill" King memorial scholarship fund. MOUNTAIN HOME A nominating committee consisting of Mrs. Matthew Barden, chairman, Mrs. Melvin Carberry and Mrs. Ruth Rudd was appointed at a Sept. 3 meeting of St. Peter's Council of Catholic Women to prepare a slate of nominees for the annual election of officers in Novem- ber. Mrs. William Malenchek, president, announced the council had completed payment for parish kitchen equipment, and the pastor, Father Rainer DeClerk, appointed Andy An- derson, John Swanfeld, Mrs. Malenchek and Mrs. Casimer Alexiak to a kitchen committee. The Council's October meeting will be a social session. Plans are underway for en- tertaining the Northwest Deanery CCW in November and for selling pecans and walnuts during the holidays. CONWAY The Father Dellert Council No. 4143 of the Knights of Columbus at Conway has been named recipient of the "Contest of Champions" award, which was presented by the Supreme Council for attaining the highest number of new members in Arkansas last year. The Con- way council gained 32 mem- bers, according to Jim Strack, booths in the future as an easier LJ=. i! : - Holy Ghost Fathers Elect New Superior Rome (NC) -- It was an- nounced here that the general chapter of the Holy Ghost Congregation, meeting in Paris, has elected the youngest superior general since the founder in the congregation's 270-year history. He is Father Francis Tim- mermans, a 39-year old Dut- chman who for the past six years has been regional director of the congregation's 90 missionaries in the Central African Republic. The founder of the Holy Ghost way of raising money than conducting church suppers. LITTLE ROCK The Home School Association of Good Counsel parish here sponsored its annual food shower recently for the Religious Sisters of Mercy who staff the parish school. It was held in conjunction with an Open House at the school. Mrs. Hardy Banks, preside'fit, introduced new officers. They are: Mrs. Robert Koehler, vice president; Mrs. Jim Dailey, secretary ; Mrs. Garland Brown, treasurer; and Mrs. Bernard Dean, counsellor. Committee chairmen are: Jane Gring, activities; Teresa Glasscock, program; Marjorie Hunecker, Christmas cards; Mary Edwards, attendance; Anna Ullrich, sick and vigil; Julia Dallas, publicity; Georgia Berry, health; Mary Ellen Koehler, Girl Scouts; Alice Humphries, paper drive. NORTH LITTLE ROCK The Social Committee of St. Anne's Parish Council will sponsor a dance Saturday, Sept. 28, from 8 to 12 P.M. in the parish hall. Admission will be $6 per couple. Music will be by Danny and the Polka Dots. An Anticipation Mass will be of- fered in the parish church at 5:30 P.M. WALNUT RIDGE A get-acquainted outing to launch 1974-75 activities was sponsored by the Walnut Ridge Congregation was Father Claude Poullart de Places, a Frenchman who died at the age of 30. LITTLE ROCK The" Third Order of St. Francis will meet this Sunday, Sept. 22, at 2 P.M. in Good Counsel parish conference room, 13th and Jackson Streets. Benediction will follow the business meeting. CLARKSVILLE Ben Light was elected president of Holy Redeemer Home and School Association at a meeting Sept. 9. Other new officers are Mrs. Henry Mar- tens, treasurer, and Mrs. Mary Jones, secretary. On the transportation com- mittee are Mrs. Martens, Phil Mayer and Mrs. John Werner Jr. On the secretary service committee are Mrs. James Blackwood, Mrs. Mayer and Mrs. James Kaelin. Arranging children's parties will be Mrs. Joie Oberste, Mrs. Martens and Mrs. Bernard Werner, Jr. "Education of the Whole Person" will be the topic of a discussion at a meeting Oct. 7. Leaders will be Mrs. Mary Stikley and Mrs. John Werner, Jr. The association is planning a spaghetti supper at the parish school Oct. 18. JACKSONVILLE Ethel Villemaire was in- stalled Sept. 10 as president of St. Jude the Apostle Altar and Rosary Society by the pastor, Father William J. Burke. Also inducted were Rita Travis, vice president, and Jane Clayton, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Mary Marchelites, retiring vice president, presided. Sylvia Roper made the secretary- treasurer's report. Louise Husson spoke on understanding. the Rosary. LITTLE ROCK CYO Sept. 8 at the Tillman Greater Little Rock CYO Farm. Singing, games, ad- officers, chairmen, adult ad- dresses and discussions visors and priest moderators )receded a cookout, will meet Sunday, Sept. 29, at i Archbishop Sheen Back On Televi: " Toledo, Ohio (NC) chbishop Fulton J. SheeB return to national Oct. 3 with his own show. Entitled "What America?" the series taped here and aired on Public Broadcasting (PBS) at 7:30 Thursday The 79-year-old retired of Rochester, N.Y., who lives in New York City, was doing the "because I have concerns d the country. I felt I a positive contribution and 60s, and I feel to do so again." Archbishop Sheen had work television and programs during the 1960s. 1:30 P.M. in Fitzgerald St. John's Catholic Mass will follow the E NEW DIXIE Thirty-one CYO memb from St. Boniface parish and St. Elizabeth's Adona, enjoyed a Eureka Springs with pastor, Father H. Paul and Pete Olles, who Bigelow Baptist Church They visited St. Church, the Christ of 1 statue and witnessed Passion Play. The were greeted by Mr. and J Gerald L. K. Smi' who each of them a The teenagers and chaperones were guests home of Miss Edie Eureka Springs. A dance party concluded the day'S tivities. The trip ended the morning with a party at the pool of the Holiday Motel. TEXARKANA Seven men, initiated in Marshall, Texas, in second and third degrees Knights of Columbus, welcomed as memberJ Texarkana Council. They George DeLoach, Filogamo, Dennis Mahr, Mounsey, Ricky Smith, Washington and Ed The Council Altar Boys' picnic Sept. Beach of the Pines on the River Arm, Thirty five altar boys Knights attended. A dance in St. parish auditorium has scheduled for Saturday, 28. Tickets will be $4 per CENSORS AT WORK Santiago, Chile (NC) Jesuit magazine Mensaje again undergone censoring by the military government. JohannWiederkehr was awine maker So is his son. So are his son's sons. The Wiederkehr wine making heritage goes back all the way to 1880 when the young Swiss immigrant, 3ohann Wieder- kehr, brought his family to Altus, Arkansas• He chose the location for his new home in one of America's best grape-grow- ing areas. His son continued to plant the noblest grape varieties and produce fine wines. And his son's sons are carrying on the family tradition. Today, the Wiederkehr line of fine wines includes a wide selection of deli- cious white, red and rose' wines and champagnes• And 94 years of wine making heritage go into every bottle of Wiederkehr wine, 0000ede&ehr WINE CELLARS. INC. ALTUS, ARKANSAS