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6--THE GUARDIAN OCTOBER 14. 1966 What's Happening... Around the Diocese (This Guardian feature is designed to serve all the Catholic erganizations in the Diocese of Little Rock. The deadline for stories to be included is Tuesday at noon. All late.arriving copy will be held for the following week's edition). Little Rock -- Catholic Daugh- ters of America, Court Our l,ady of Perpetual Help No. 1223 will meet for dinner at 6 P.M. Thursday, October 20 in the Knights of Columbus lIall. Members may bring guests. Cost of dinner is $1.50 and reservations must be made with Miss Bobble Ehemann or Miss Modena Itolland. Mrs. Charles Emrick, grand regent, will preside at the business session which will be- gin at 7:45 P.M. N. Little Rock---St. Mary's par- ish will sponsor a polka (lance in the parish hall tomorrow night, October 15. Tim hours are from 7:30 to 11 P.M. Hetasley  The semi-annual so- cial meeting of the Carmelite Fathers and Brothers with the Tcrtiaries of the Third Order Congregation will be held this Sunday, October 16, at the Marylake Novitiate on the Arch Street Pike, 15 miles south of Little Rock. Mass will bc offered at 11 A.M. A picnic lunch will be served on t h e novitiate grounds. The Tertiaries will hold their monthly meeting al- ter lunch, and the day will Charity Board of Good Shep- herd Home will meet at 2 P.M. this Sunday, October 16 in St. Michael's School. Jonesboro---John FoIey, admin- istrator of St. Bernard's llos- pital here, was guest speaker at a meeting of Blessed Sacra- ment Altar and Rosary Society October 3 in the parish school. liis subject was "The Future in Nursing Education". The Rev. James Walters, spiritual director, read a selec- tion on the Rosary from the Roman Brevim-y. Little Parek--Steve Lane of the Rehabilitation Center at llot Springs was guest speaker at a dinner meeting of the Cath- olic Business Women's Club Monday evening in the Hotel Sam Peck. Mr. Lane discussed the work done in the beautiful center in ltot Springs that now belongs to the state and its vast poten- tial of aid to the handicapped. Mr. Lane was introduced by Mrs. Harry Snider, program chairman for the month. Mrs, Ida Kennedy, chairman for scholarships, read a letter from Sister Mary Frances, R.S.M., principal of Mount St. Priest, Nun Die in Air Crash Chihuahua, Mexico (E) -- A Piper Cub plane belonging to Chihuahua state's Sisoguigi mission crashed near Barranca del Cob,'e, killing its pilot, Father Ernesto Uranga, S.J., and passenger, Sister Lourdes Ramirez. The plane crashed shortly after takeoff on a flight to bring an lndian woman to a hospital. 'at 1 P.M. the schedule is this: Families with surnames be- ginning with letters A-C--I:00 to 2:00 P.M.; D-J, 2-3 P.M.; K-R, 3-4 P.M.; S-Z, 4-5 P.M. Refreshments will be served by room sponsors. There will also be a Food Shower for the Sisters, Food should be taken to the cafeteria. Cresset  A recitation of tim Rosary, led by The Rcv..John F. O'Donnell , opened the Oc- tober Ineeting of lloly Cross Altar Society. Mrs. Gary Gies. ler, spiritual chairman, gave a short history of the custom of celebrating October as the month of the Rosary. The meeting was held in tbe home of Mrs. John Olfson Oc- tober 6. Mrs. Edwin Walling, president, welcomed two new lnenlbers, JVlrs. Joe Davis and Mrs. Vern Carlson. Mrs. Rob- art Noble, secretary and Mrs. Olfson, chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, gave reports. The production of "Quiet Books" will begin shortly to fill back orders. Mrs. Giesler Holy Souls Altar Announces New Lecture Little Rock--I)atcs and plans Ramsay, wlm will coraei have been announced for au Princeton University 0rt Ecumenical Lecture Series, 24. lie is an authoritY sponsored for the second year tian ethics and social by Holy Souls Altar Society. author of several book-' First of the three lecturers Geneva this summer will be Ilarry Golden, e(litor of World Council of ChtU'c the Carolina Israelite in Char- fercnce. Dr. Ramsey lotte, N.C. and noted speaker, on "The Christian author, editor and humorist, cipation in War." Ile will be presented on 1)teem- Assisting M,-s. Beck ' her 1. plans for the lectures ar Mrs. Joseph C. Beck, chair- John R. Snider, man of arrangements, has an. Russell H. Matson, Jr., nounced that The Rev. John Mrs. F. Eugene Mason, Lawrence McKenzie, S.J., witty Faith representative; and articulate Jesuit theologian ,lames C. Wellborn, at the University of Notre eiety representative; Dame, will be fcatured next on A. Watkins, Jr., hand February 17. His lopic will be licity with the help "Crisis of Authority, Crisis of R. Laughlin, Mrs. Faith." Kemp and Mrs. Thomas Completing the trio of nation- buns. al figures is Professor R. Paul Mrs. William T. president of linty Society, is .working hostess and co-hostess, Mrs. Ira cmmittee as are Mrs. Green and Mrs. Gicsler. Raney, Mrs. John A. --' Mrs. E. A. Burbage,. Charles D. Maynard aria Little Rock  The Columbian Jon N. Griffin.' Squires, sponsored by Little The lectures will be Rock Comlcil No. 812, Knights nell Hall on the campt See AROUND on Page 8 ansas School for the II II Church, Shoppers Guide BRINKLEY 7:00 and 9:00 A.M. and St. John's Church. Sunday Masses: Holyday Masses: 8:00 A.M, conclude wilh Benediction of Mary Academy thankin= ,,h,h will be coordinator. A parish- 7,00 and 9:00 .A.M. Holyday Masses P.M. ,': the Most Blessed Sacrament at members for four scholarshin ;ponsored spaghetti supper 7:00 A.M. and 6:00 P.M. o- ': 3 P.M. presented to the Aeademv'il"t and bazaar is being plannedTor " " JONESBORO year. Funds for scholarstii'ps December, 6. On Nov. 6, pot- FORREST CITY Blessed Sacrament ChurCh , lUck suppe] for couples m the Little Reek--Mount St. Mary s are made available through a ari s w""  "  .... "  ' St. Francis Church, S. 'ashinoton Masses, 8:00 and 10:30 h,, Parent Teacher Organization oenefit sponsored by the club p sa' ni Del)ezoat ue JAog- St. Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 1i:00 day Masses: 8:00 A M. and each - ear wool lIoon'l O1 Lnc lose inn will hold Open ttouse this Sun- ' Y " His Ex ell "" " A.M. Holyday Masses, 7:00 A.M. and " " ' dey afternoon from 4 until 6 The party this year is slated , c ency tlsnol) A1- 5:30 P.M. PARAGOULD In oert L Fletchei ot Little Rock o clock. Those attending arc ' r Friday, November 18 in. St. . " . ' " " ' " " St. Mary's Church. Sunday , I, dward' will admtmstel the Saczament asked to corn(, to the North  sHall. Miss Gertrude . ' " ' " 8:Onandln.ona.^^.unlva of Conhrmatmn m the parish Jackson Street entrance to the Walter is chairman and Mrs ..... ' . ' " " HELENA tnzs bunaay, October 16 Mrs St. Mary's Church. Sunday Masses, : " ", . :. " high school building. Mz's. ChaHes McNeil is co-chairman  .. . ' .  .. JJou tayser m cnawman (n a John Truemper is nresident of of tile affair. ' ' ] I WALNUT RIDGE the P.T.O. "- Mrs. Alvin Lock, first vice reception to be held t'ollowing I  i Immaculate Heart of Mary I president, presided, t=onzwrnation. [ lll IP|tlPV ] Sunday Mass: l st, 3rd ar lxeports were given by Mrs. Hot Springs--St. Mary's Coun- Ira Green, youth committee; [ ILI][ ,t.J[J[ J[ | Sundays 10:00 A.M.. 2nd a oil of Men will meet at 7:30 El Dorado--Mrs. C. D. Cyphers Mrs. V. ]'. McAllister, rum- [ DBU6 | Sundays 8:00 AM 'HolydsY P.M. Tuesday, October 18 in presentedaprogramatameet, mage sale; Mrs. Jimmy Iten.. It  I 7:00P.M. " ". . Carroll Room with Louis J. ing of IIoly Redeemer Altar derson, Altar care; and Mrs. STORE : Longinottl, Jr., presiding. Satiety October 3 in the home Shirley White, visiting commit- U I WYNNE ---- of Mrs. Maurice Conrell. Mrs. tee. Mrs. ltorace Coyne will | .... I St. Peter's Church Sunday ' N. .... Littla Roe.v:  ..-qt -.-=-JM'"., Max _Lewis was co-hostess. . . be chairman of the, Thanksgw. / 'rescrlpvmns | 7.00 and 9.00 A M" HolydaY ' hold it nnn,,'l Mrs 1 A Plummer presided ing clothing drive / DruGs [ es, 7,00 A./. and 7:30 p.M. ,School will .............. a. ' ..... carnival Wednosdn, Om,,h,,. over the business session Mr. Jerry Griffin, public re- ] Druo Sundries I * * " l ' vited.19" The ThePU"" bl'iCp.T.o.-has' been'n"  " lattonSDivisiondirectOrof Georgiafr the. Crossettpacific, /F.T MEMPHIS I WEST, MEMPHIS ' St of which Little .......... 1 ...... | St. Michael s Church... 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