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September 26, 1969     Arkansas Catholic
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THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 26, 1969 PAGE 3 Cothol ic High Di sappoints Mother Little Rock -- A non-Catholic mother of two sons visited the office of Catholic High School for Boys here one day last week to place her sons' names on the waiting list for admission When the rector, The Rev. George W. Tribou, got to the line on the reservation form that lists the present grade of the appli- cant, the lady informed him that one boy was in the second grade and the other is a pre-schooler. The woman said she had heard so many great things about Cath- olic High that she wanted to get on the reservation list as early as possible. She was disappointed when informed that reservations are accepted no earlier than four years in advance. Candidates and Team Members-Women's Cursillo No. 2 Trade at Home With Your Friendly MALVERN MERCHANTS MALVERN MASS SCHEDULE MALV|RN- St. Jehu's Church. Sunday Masses= 7:00 end 8=30 a.m. Holyday Mass: 7:00 p.m. DRUGS rlin ED 2-2101 Art-Craft FURNITURE CO., Inc. Household Furnishings qi} in & Pine Bluff St. Arkansas A Friendly Bank MALVERN Two Locations 'Q Service You Better EVENGER'S DRUGS 77261 I1 ltln EO I1 II. Highland ED 7.7301 ALVERN, ARK. MILLER'S Ih'ug&Pharmacy SINCE 1890 "We have filled over 1.000.000 prescriptions" 231 Main ED 2-2351 132 Highland ED 2o7061 MALVERN, ARK. i FOOD CENTER Quality Foods at Every Day Low Pr lJvem Aflame, 0LGA'S FLORIST "We Give That Exffa Touch That Means So Much" PHONE ED 2-5012 230 E. Hlghland-Maivern The Fashion VIVIAN BAKER 230 South Main Malve,rn, Arkansas i LDERS LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY, Inc. Join the STAG ,Line Sta_o,0000 EMMETT HOFFMAN Distributor Building Materials, Hardware and Steel Items n Phone ED 2.2744 Arkansas i .auk o,.a,vern [ Serving Malvern end Hot Springs  C:U::l:l::kll8n: 9 , -- Cursillo CONTINUED esa Lammers. Auxiliaries who assisted the five groups into which the class was divided were Mrs. Robert W. Maes of St. Theresa's parish, Little Rock; Mrs. Leo Deuerling of St. Edward's parish, Little Rock; Mrs. Herman Nahien of St Anne's par- ish, North Little Rock; Mrs Char- les Emrick of Holy Souls parish, Little Rock; and Mrs. Joe Bartsch of Good Counsel parish, Little Rock. The hostess was Mrs Bernard Nabholz of St. Joseph's parish Conway. Chief stewardesses were Mrs. Philip Piechockl of Imma- culate Heart of Mary parish, Mar- che; North Little Rock, and Mrs. Malcolm Pierce of Holy Soulspar- ish, Little Rock. Stewardesses were Mrs. Don Henderson of Im- maculate Heart of Mary parish, Marche; Mrs Andrew Seiter of St Joseph's parish, Conway; Mrs John Gunther of St. Joseph's par- ish, Conway and Mary Jewell Driedric of St. Andrew's Cathe- Notre Dame Salutes Catholic High School Little Rock -- The University of Notre Dame has chosen 200 high schools out of the nation's 26,000 high schools from which the top five students in each grad- uating class will be permitted to Drs. Bunten & Thessing CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES 510 So. Pulaski, Little Rock Phone FR 4-5902 FROM PAGE 1 dral parish, Little Rock Fifteen lectures are delivered during the three days of the cur- sillo, five by priests and 10 by laymen. The priest lecturerswere Monsignor McDevitt, F a t h e r Lange, The Rev. Paul Bujarski, pastor of Christ the King parish, Little Rock; The Rev Richard Davis of Mount St Mary Academy, Little Rock and The Rev John Doyle of Catholic High School The laywomen who delivered lectures were Mrs. Joseph Brew- czynski of St. Patrick's parish, North Little Rock, Mrs. Florence Kordsmeier of St. Joseph's par- ish, Conway; and Mrs. Pierce, Mrs. Nabholz, Mrs. Lipsmeyer, Mrs. Emrick, Mrs. Bunten, Mrs. Piechocki, Mrs. Nestrud and Miss Lammers. Ever Wonder... . . how many Americans will read FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover's new book "On Com- munism"? WORLD'S FINgST RADIOEAR LITTLE ROCK HEARING AID CENTER II0 W. Capitol - FR 5-8264 To Buy or Sell Your Home Call Charlie Fox Mo 359300 MIgMIBKN OF g OI F G :1 i TUTORING ALL GRADEe & eUBJECTe NOH INAL coat NfeuLTe G UARANTlUrD PHONE 66d-2880 PARK PLAZA CENTER- L.P apply for admission withoutpaying ' ' an application fee. O.e of these outst.00gschools OAK FOREST iS Catholic High School for Boys DRUG STORE here. THE REXALL STORE Notre Dame notified the school George Wojhoski, owner manager-- in recent days that it has been placed in this honored group be- Member Good Counsel Parish cause of itslargenumberof schol- 12th & FAIR. PARK BOULEVARD arship winners and the scholastic performances of its alumni at No- tre Dame. FLAME-KIST STEAKS PRIME RIBSOFBEEF From the Rotisserie A VARIETY OF TEMPTING SEAFOODS Every entree on the menu is served with baked potato topped with golden butter, or sour cream and chives, crisp bacon chips and cheese, the famous Embers tossed green salad...indivldual loaves of French bread...and plenty of piping hot coffee... Markham at University 663=6321