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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN, OCTOBER 22, 1982 Deacon, Wife Get Spiritual Benefits By Joyce Dillingham "The spiritual benefits we have received as a whole family and individually are enor- mous," said Pauline Jegley, wife of Deacon Larry Jegley of Holy Souls parish who was ordained last November. She was referring to her life as a deacon's wife and how she had been affected by his new role in the Church. "Naturally, we were apprehensive at the beginning," she said, "bqt our doubts quickly subsided." She praised the diaconate staff which provided enlightening classes and speakers who counseled and instructed. All contributed to this being a "wonderful, happy experience." As assistant principal to Sister Georgia Felderhoff, O.S.B., at Holy Souls School, Pauline had to wait until this summer to accompany her husband to the Williamsburg Retirement Inn and to be able to understand how rewarding his weekly apostolate is to him. He conducts Bible readings and distributes Holy Communion to the Catholic residents. He is the regular deacon at the Holy Souls 6:30 A.M. Mass and every third Sunday serves as assistant and delivers the homily. Pauline described Larry as a "people person" who has always been active in his Church and enjoys "doing for others." Upon hearing of the classes for prospective deacons, she immediately thought that Larry would be interested. Natives of Ohio, the Jegleys were tran- sferred to Little Rock in 1964 from Paducah, Ky. Larry is manager of Equifax Services, a service company which provides informative reports. Before completing the final move, he was in Little Rock and met Father John O'Donnell, then assistant pastor of Holy Souls. Larry decided that this would be their parish and he sought and bought a house in the a tea. Shortly thereafter, Pauline began teaching at Holy Souls School and has maintained an interest in continuing education with regular courses and workshops at UALR which have earned her additional college credits. She attended a workshop for school ad- ministrators sponsored by the National Catholic Education Association at Christian Brothers College in Memphis this summer. The Jegleys have six children who range in age from 29 to 20. They are Larry, an attorney who teaches at UALR Law School; Jane Ann and Paula, both .Little Rock teachers of children with learning disabilities; Debbie, a nurse by profession, Fort Smith; Lisa, a LPN at the Medical Center, and Susan, a student at UALR. They have three grandchildren. A convert, Pauline was raised as a Methodist, but was always interested in the Catholic Church and remenbers asking Catholic friends a lot of questions about their faith. When she returned to college after marriage, her philosophy professor in a Methodist college (University of Evansville, Evansville, Ind.) was a Catholic priest and she got the answers she had been seeking. The Jegleys enjoy regularly meeting with deacons and wives in this area for fellowship and are strengthened by this time of "share and prayer." Counted among their happiest occasions were two "once in a lifetime" events. Larry baptized two of their granddaughters, Melissa and Amanda, which should -- and does - make all of the JegLeys feel very privileged. %:, t" Larry and Pauline Jegley The Big Man For The Big Job Leonard Bogoslavsky Your Man For Mayor Fort Smith, Arkansas Obviously The Correct Choice! Get Out a nd Motel Pid for !y L or1Ircl OqOSlt "Ivc'k WEEKLY FEATURE Sponsored By Arkansas State Council Knights of Columbus Watch For... DIAMOND LIQUORS g We're Glad You Asked! With John S. Smith North Little Rock F uneral Home BIIEN SIIOL'I,I) I PRE-PI,AN MY FUNERAl,? A sage of old once said. "'A man cannot say to the Angel of Death: "1 v. ish to arrange nay affairs before I go with you' '" Since v.-e cannot know the exact time of our own dea I h.  e a re well-advised to prepa re for it -- spiritua lly. ethwaN), practically. So it is that arranging one's at- laws -- including the preparations for one's funeral in advance of viced prnvides the satisfaction and peace of nlnid m haxtng done it In so doing. e've spared our tanliJy some measure of grief and distr--. YIi[II O%VN ('IIOI('ES .t(e ha.e arranged services for nlanv people and have sex eral pl,ans for ynur consideration You may provide for a funeral service costing neither less nor more than yllu ,.l. ish it In be Ynur decisions v. ilI be calm and I'iIllinaI, %% Ithout strts lit" strain Can )OO imagine 3our lalnll) laced x ith all the burdens of arranging a funeral . hell Iht,lr grlt,[ a lid cnlol nlns are al their peak'! [I is 1 if.' illld pracht'al Io have professional counsehng llll llli pre-piilnlnng  ilh plenl) (if linle for dcliheriilion llld (h.t'tlS;lon Ynl] Ilia% call us fnr a free t)rl'hure or appollllintqll liE ldt'l ;ill lhe details lind dist'USSlOn ynu ilt'l'd FL00Ft00 1921 MAIN STREET, NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 756-1170 Warning Issued On Fake Soficitor Little Rock -- Diocesan Chancellor Father Royce A. Thomas has received a warning from the Brothers of Mercy at Clarence, N.Y., that a man has been soliciting funds under false pretenses that he is a member of that Congregation. Brother Christopher Sullivan, F.M.M., Provincial in New York, said a Robert Pulver has been misrepresenting himself as a member of the Congregation in good standing and soliciting funds from parishes of various dioceses throughout the country. "Robert Pulver was a member of our Formation Program," Brother Christopher wrote. "On May 14, 1982, he left with a com- munity car and some blank community checks; he is presumed to still be in possession of the car and has managed to forge two of the checks. "Needless to say, Pulver is no longer associated with our Community and there is a warrant out for his arrest," he concluded. Air Conditioning Rixie Exit- Highway 6 7 North Greater Little Rock Guide  LYON fTtOFORO ORUG STORi DRUG CO. / Rexali / I c.e Wright Ti. MottoI I I JI-- Phone 153 6161 I PHARMACISTS I I 4214 MocArthur Drive / Phone 374 4926 / I North Little Rock, Ark.  91S EAST NINTH STRE[T J Isenman Distributing Company Little Rock; Arkansas Pharmacy, I 1524 ltodnep Parhon, 224 0303 5901 West Iilh 664 3907 6221 Asher A 5623740 Bryant Center ' 8473596 AMERICAN Heating & Air Conditioning Co., Inc. 9410 Rogers Avenue - Ft. Smith, Arkansas 72903 - Phone 452-3242 Sales - Service -Installation Residential- Commercial--Industrial Free Survey d Estimates ELECTRICAL & PLUMBING CONTRACTORS EMMETT & RON MARTIN