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October 14, 1966

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H A R R I S O N S T RE E T I6---THE GUARDIAN OCTOBER 14, 1966 TONY NAHLEN, Agent CONTINENTAL OIL CO; 601 Front St. Fk 9,3743 Conway BELL S MENS STORE Conway's Only Store Exclusively For Men I 1120 Oak Conway Tltsu.ance Is Our Business 1118 Oak Conway Ph. FA 9.5676 Trade at home with your regular Guardian advertisers MASS SCHEDULE CONWAY St. Joseph's Church. Sunday Mass. es: 6:00, 8:00 and 10:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. Holyday Masses: 5:30, 7:00 and 8:30 A'.M. and 5:00 P.M. Good Shepherd Church. Sunday Mass: 900 A.M. Holyday Mass: 9:00 A.M. CiTY LUMBER CO. Building Materials of All Kinds Phone PA 9-3821 1311 North St. CONWAY, ARK. SECURITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION of Conway, Arkansas "'Save With Security" SIMON'S GROCERY, BAKERY AND MARKEI Fresh Fruits, Vegetables & Meats FA 9-3411 814 Front Conway i SANITONE DRY CLEANING Model Laundry & Cleaners FA 9-3221 717 Parkway - Conway HIEGEL LUMBER COMPANY Complete Millwork Service Plumbing Supplies Benjamin-Moore Paints & Varnishes 1160 OAK ST. Phone FA 9-2941 CONWAY, ARKANSAS LITTLE ROCK -- PHONE FRanklin 5-4093 KORDSMEIER Furniture Co. Conway " Morrilton HAMBUCHEN SUPPLY CO. GENERAl, ELECTRIC --Goodyear Tires and Batteries CENTRAL Heating and Air Conditioning Conway Phone FA 9;2832 1015 Oak NABHOLZ SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. Complete Building Service 608 Oak Street Phone FA 9.5631 Conway, Ark. L I .v ' ; C / / J I-- U.I W I-- gO ? EXISTING CHURCH h TYLER ST R.E ET FLOOR PLAN AND EAST ELEVATION of proposed Church for Our Lady of the Holy Souls parish. Little Rock. are shown in the accompanying architect's sketches by Swaim Allen. Wellborn & Associates. The parish, the largest in the Diocese of aill]e Rock, a fund appeal last week to raise as possible to finance the $750.000 cost of tim new church and rectory. ! /i!i i HOLY SOULS (Continued from Page 1) training instructions and made initial selection of parish pros- peels. They were asked to re- view campaign operational ma- terial and to reserve one of the 336 memorial items available in the proposed new church and rectory at the brief meeting that will follow the solemn opening ceremonies this eve- ning. The men present at last Tues- day's meeting were urged by The Right Rcv. Msgr. Francis A. Allen, V.F., pastor, to set an example /:or the rest of the par- ish by making their own memorial gift before starting calls on felh)w parishioners. "Because of the workers' in- valuable contribution of time and effort in this campaign, we are offering them an advantage in prior selection of memo- rials," Monsignor Allen said. Every adult wage earner among the 1200 families of Holy Souls parish received a memorial gifts brochure in the mail this week ]h addition to offering a complete list of ob- jects available for memorializ. ing in the new buildings, the brochure gave details of the eonstruetion program. Memorials start at a floor- giving level of $500 and range upwards to $50,000. They are payable over 36 months on a monthly installment b a sis. Donors of memorials will re- ceive recognition in the form of individual plaques attached to a central plaque in a promi- nent h)cation in the new build- ings. Monsignor Allen said: "[n most capital funds cam- . paigns the cost of each memo- rial is not truly the cost of the item. Consideration of the privilege of designation enters into the determination of t-he price. The donor is not actually paying the true cost of.the item. Rather, the donor is helping defray the cost of construction, and building materials which cannot be easily memorialized. But in this appeal most of the memorials have hecn pruposely kept fairly low in order that all might have an opportunity to participate. Thus this is a rare opportunity for our people to share in both the rewards and benefits of a memorial donor. We ask our people to study the memorial opportunities a n d make their selection on the basis of their financial ability, remembering tbe words of our Divine Lord "of everyone to whom much is given much will be required." Memorials will be on a "first come, first served" basis. Memo- rials may-be reserved by tele- phoning Holy Souls rectory, 918 N. Harrison Street, or paign office, 824 Nortl The campaign has vided in three phases: vance Memorial Phase derway in which offic drive, spearheaded signor Allen, are seel of $5,000 and up w "floor" level of wide Memorial Phase of $500 and above, an, oral, or wind-up, of In tim last phase the gift expected of those not taken a determined by the qt giving in the initial At last Tuesday meeting, volunteers their team captains a for the first time team captains William H. Thompsot al chairman; A. W. memorial gifts chairm ry W. Elliott, Charles er," Fred J. Mcnz and Finley, associate morn  chairmen; Hem W. and Frank A, chairmen, public mittee; James E, chairman, audit Team Captains '  Sehonhoff, J, Edwa Fred R, Giles, Fred Jr., Edward P. Fitzge J. D. Fitzgerald, W, Jr., Russell L. See IIOLY SOULS, o ,!! ql, ,{I;