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THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 26, 1969 PAGE 9 P r i vate Banned Chile (NC) -- Fashion- ceremonies in clinics andhos- been banned by Raul Henriquez, S.D.B., who ordered parents to comply with tican Council directives conscious" Bap- that all baptismal s are to be held within community and after of the adults, by the Constitution on Liturgy of 1963. originated with parish through the pas- it is also aimed at y practices, the poor came to the par- the rich stayed in the Circle of private clinics Fund Raisers Adopt Code of Ethics New York (NC) -- A code of ethics for Catholic fundraiserswas adopted here at the second annum meeting of the National Catholic Development Conference. The conference is a nationwide professional association of de- velopment directors, missionpro- curators, stewardship officials and other fund-raising adminis- trators. The code of ethics -- called "precepts of stewardship"-- comprise the first set of ethical standards ever officially adopted in the history of Catholic fund raising. About 400 Catholic fund raisers representing religious orders and institutions, dioceses, hospitals and colleges tookpart inthe meet- ing. nsas- ri Power Company PhOne 892-3219 b. DeMand, Mgr. Arkansas Holy Souls Faculty Sister Henrietta Hockle, O.S.B., principal, poses with the 1969-70 faculty of Our Lady of the Holy Souls School, Little Rock, as the school begins its 42rid year of operation. Front row, from the left is Mrs. Raymond Crawford, fourth grade; Sis- ter Jacqueline Benoit, O.S.B., third grade; Mrs. John Berky, junior high science; Mrs. Steven Reed, fifth grade; Sister Brenda Willett, O.S.B., first grade; Mrs. J. M. Adams, third grade; Mrs. George Hays, fourth grade; and Sister Nancy Grek, O.S.B., junior high social studies. Second row: Sister Valerie Comer, O.S.B., junior high math; Mrs. J. C. Welborn, junior high art; The Rev. James R. Savary, junior high religion; Commander George Berg, physical education for junior high boys; Sister Anna Knoff, O.S.B., second grade; Mrs. Ronald Williams, junior high english; and Sister Henrietta. Third row: Mrs. H. L. Aday, librarian; Mrs. Lawrence Jegley, sixth grade; Miss Joan Heyburn, special education; and Miss Sheila Atwood, first grade. Last row: Sister Carine Myers, O.S.B., Mrs. Gene VanHorn, physical education for the junior high girls; Sister Pieta Decker, O.S.B., fifth grade; Mrs. J. S. Abercrombie, second grade; and Mrs. Katherine Perrin, school secretary. Absent when picture was made was Mrs. Fred J. Menz who assists with the music program in the junior high department. In addition to the above listed faculty members, a number of volunteer mothers assist the teachers as library aides and as teacher aides in supervising the lunchroom and playground during the noon break. De Bons & Company Tinners and Sheet Metal Workers DIAL CE 6-6041 907 N. 3rd PARAGOULD Austin Furniture Co. COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS " LVINATOR APPLIANCES BEAUTYREST MATTRESS 21 0 W. Broadway Pocahontas, Arkansas Offset and Letterpress Printing and Office Supplies POCAHONTAS STAR HERALD RANDOLPH COUNTY'S NEWSPAPER SINCE 1880 i i Motor Co. FORD - MERCURY POCAHONTAS Service ARKANSAS 892-3388 Sterling Store ALL YOUR VARIETY NEEDS )8 W. Everett St. Pocahontas, Ark. PLUMBING & HEATING )ing and Heating - Sales and Service . Rural Water Systems... Thomasville Pocahontas, Ark. MARTIN AGENCY "Complete Insurance Service" OVER 60 YEARS OF KNOWING HOW :ahontas Arkansas Club Work Improves Holy Souls School. Little Rock -- The Holy Souls Men's Club collaborated with the florae-School Society in improving the parish school during the sum- mer months. New drapes were purchased and bung in the school auditorium. Volunteers from both groups assisted Mrs. AI Wrape, Jr., president of the Home- School Society, and Ken Hiegel, president of the Men's Club, in painting the auditorium and cor- ridors. Besides physical improvements a number of innovations have been made for the new 1969-70 term. Both the Junior High boys and girls have a qualified coach to direct the physical educationpro- gram. Commander George E. Berg is in charge of theprogram for boys and Mrs. Gene VanHorn directs the program for girls. In addition to the departmen- tali,ation in the Junior High de- partment, both The ROy. James R. Savary and The Rev. Msgr. Francis A. Allen, V.F., assist in teaching religion. The fifth and sixth grades have been organ- ized on a departmentalized basis in order to facilitate more in- structional opportunities. Four In-sorvice workshops have been conducted for the teachers. Before school opened, the teachers participated in an audio-visual workshop conducted by A1 Fish- er. Pete Peterson conducted a workshop on art in the grades us- ing various media. Since the opening of school, the teachers from grades one through six par- ticipated in a SRA Workshop con- ducted by Paul Brown. Joe El- liot conducted a workshop on the use of machines. He demonstrated copying, laminating and pro- jection equipment available to teachers in the school. Industrial Farm Home Gas Co. Mill Street P.O. Box 788 Phone CEdar 6-8711 BUTANE -PROPANE GAS & APPLIANCES Paragouid Arkansas I I H I iii [p oNE39883 pr,nt,ng company 113 W. EMERSON , PARAGOULD, ARK. Office Supplies & Equ!pment - Quality Printing I HORTON CHEVROLET COMPANY New Chevrolet Cars and Trucks NEW OLDSMOBILES 315 So. Znd. St. Paragould, Ark. CE 6-'/777 I, I ) I j THE PARTY STORE On Highway No. 1 at County Line Between Paragould and Jonesboro e COLD BEER and COMPLETE LINE OF LIQUORS I