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PAGE 6 THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 26, 1969 Wkal's Happening 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). ALTUS Court Queen of Peace, here re- Members of the Catholic Wo- men's Union of Arkansas will have a state fall meeting here in St. Mary's parish Sunday, October 5. The Rev. Lawrence M i 1 le r, O.S.B., pastor, will be host for the day. Activities will begin with a Mass at 10 A.M. This will be fol- lowed by a dinner in parish hall. Benediction will be 1:10 P.M. to be followed by a business meet- ing. Mrs. Ernest V. Magtnnis, president, will preside. NORTH LITTLE ROCK Mrs. Clarence F. Boeckmann was elected Grand Regent of the Catholic Daughters of America, Controls,,, cently at a meeting in St. Pat- rick's Hall. Named to serve with her were Miss Sara Luibel, vice grand re- gent; Mrs. Carl Wilson, prophe- tess; Miss Catherine Moore, trea- surer; Mrs. Frank Bargiel, his- torian; Mrs. Carl A. Zajac, sen- tinel; Mrs. R. L. Selig, lecturer; Mrs. Joanna Johnson, organist; and Mrs. J. M. Brewczynski, monitor. The new trustees elected were Mrs. E. J. Hobbs, Mrs. Bill How- ell, Mrs. Ralph W. Firslck, Mrs. D. Gertrude Fallon, Mrs. Chris- tine Priest and Mrs. Joe L. Tresp. The Rev. Charles S. Diamond, pastor of St. Mary's parish, was named new chaplain for the chap- Termites... and  PESTS! Call FR 4-6469 Write: Box 2597 Little Rock - 72203 Hungarian Reds Add Anti-Rel igious Pressure Bonn, Germany (NC)--New difficulties have been placed by the Hungarian communist re- gime before parents who seek to enroll their children in reli- gious instruction classes. According to the German Catho- lic news agency KNA, Hungary's school principals had been told to contact suchparentspersonally by Sept. 15 andwarn them thatthey face civil disadvantages unless they cancel the enrollments. The directive to the principals was passed along privately, it was re- ported. Statistics from various parts of Hungary show, according to KNA, that enrollment for religinus instruction continues to decline. ter. Committee chairmen appointed by Mrs. Boeckmann include Mrs. Howell, ecumenical involvement; Mrs. M. P. Page, charitable in- volvement; Mrs. Johnson, social involvement; Mrs. Boeckmann, youth involvement; Mrs. Tresp, personal involvement; and Miss Ann Anhalt, civic involvement. New members are Mrs. Tom Jones, Mrs. Tom Jones, Jr., Mrs. Elizabeth Stanfield, Mrs. John Zeiler, Mrs. John P. Froley, Mrs. Step into the Old World at @00ederl00ehr WINE LAND You have a cordial invitation to visit the Wiederkehr Wine Cellars, the oldest and largest winery in the Southwest. The whole family will enjoy a guided tour of the vineyards and the wine cellars where our fine wines are made and aged. Browse and in the quaint Chalet Suisse, then dine in the Wein Keller Restaurant. It has the rustic charm of an Alpine Mountain Inn and features authentic Swiss cuisine served in the con- tinental manner. Lunch is from 11:30 to 1:30 p.m. and dinner from 5:00 until 10:00 p.m. daily, closed Sunday. Enjoy a gourmet meal, accented with your choice of Wiederkehr dinner and dessert wines. Plan a trip soon to Wiederkehr Wine Land atop St. Mary's Mountain at Altus, Arkansas. It's like stepping into the Old World of Swiss charm, grace and hospitality. DINNER BY RESERVATION. PHONE 468-3551 or 468-2611 WIEDERKEHR WIEDERKEHR WINE CELLARS, INC. /ICTUS, ARKANSAS U.S. HIGHWAY 64 Oooing and A aahing Sheryl Sutton joins Sister Madeline Gill, R.S.M., in saying as Sheryl feels the vibrations in Sister's throat. Speech is one of many programs offered Richmond, Va., inner-cltY t dents at Center House, formerly four buildings that St. Joseph's parish plant. Center House, incorporated Bishop John J. Russell as a community center, affords to match the needs of the people and the skills of Sisters, seminarians and teenagers, some of whom are to help groups of five children each to "do their thing" their own ideas and interests. (NC Photo by Jane Gerring) Rayburn Adams, Mrs. Michael Cass and Miss AnhalL BATESVILLE Members of St. Mary's Altar Society met September 10 in the parish hall. Plans were discus- sed for a bake sale to be held Saturday, October 4, and for the annual bazaar which will be held in November. Hostesses were appointed for each month in the year for the pot luck suppers and meetings. Mrs. Wallace Gainey and Mrs. F. W. Brewer were named a telephone committee. Mrs. Mark Smith, Mrs. Thomas P. Dalby and Mrs. Keith Collins were appointed a visiting committee. Refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. Jerry Jeffery. LITTLE ROCK Members of Third Order Secu- lar, St. Francis Fraternity, will hold their monthly meeting this Sunday, September 28, at 3 P.M. in Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, 12th and Jackson Streets. PINE BLUFF Mrs. Freda Marlo, president, presided over a meeting of St. Joseph's Altar Society in the Knights of Columbus Hall Sept- ember 11. Mrs. Don Lynch opened the session with a prayer. Plans were discussed for a covered dish supper to be held the last week in October in Galla- gher Hall, committees to be ap- pointed later. The society voted to make and fill 21 ditty bags to be Sent to men in the armed services over- seas. Members made cash dona- tions with the balance to be paid from the treasury. Mrs. Marlo announced a meeting of the United Church Women to be held September 1 in Hawley Methodist Church. The mystery package was won by Mrs. Leslie Leas. Rolling of bandages wlll be continued on the third Tuesday each month. Miss Juliet linoret and Mrs. Mildred McEwen were chairmen of the social committee. NORTH LITTLE ROCK Members of St. Mary's Altar Society will have a pot luck sup- per at 6:30 P.M., Wednesday, Oc- tober 1. A business session will follow am supper. Plans have tmenma&tormem- bers to receive Holy at the 10 A.M. Mass tober 5. MENA St. Agnes Council of here held its September 1 recently in parish hall, Robert Campbell called mittee reports on the car to be held in Hilton sales room November Plans were corn Deanery meeting of the of Catholic Women to Mena october 15. ers were assigned for House to work in the center. This center was by the members of St. has now been joined by vice group of Church Polk County United. A pot luck supper, the Sisters and velco parishioners was September 21. A DaY collection for all women parish to be held in CourY New Subiaco Abbey, for September 23. Sister M. Janet, R.S.M., talk on the reli and answered questions floor. Some of was on display. The fall semester of instruction has begun for; parish, Mena; St. Jude's Waldron and All Saint'S in Mount Ida. St. Agnes has 60 led. There are nine using the team-teacher the three school rooms J two rooms in Ermaun have been equipped for rooms. MAGNOLIA Members of Iron of Mary Altar Society first fall meeting Sept{ parish hall. Mrs. John Mrs. David Hill were Mrs. Tom Rocconi, P was In charge of a meet plans were made for activities. A pot lucg was planned for Septemt a welcoming party for | olic students at 3outl College was to be held 31. 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